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1:t Florida Alligator APRILS 1975 .r\I: \

/v< 67, NO. 123Jaworski
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discusses Nixon 'demise'' :)I

"" By STUART EMMRICH the slammer?" Jaworski asked the packed audience..
Alligator Staff Writer JAWORSKI SAID the principal indictments have already
" Former Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski said here been brought In the Watergate case, but he 'said. there were
j; Monday former President Richard Nixon was guilty of still two investigations continuing when he left.
',1' obstruction of justice,but'should not be imprisoned for his One was further investigation into the "18 minute gap" on 3i
r J"1 role in the Watergate scandal. 'one of the Nixon tapes and the other was the alleged $100,000
..f; "When a man steps down from the office of the Presidency Howard Hughes payment to Nixon's friend Bebe Rebozo.
( in disgrace and shame and retires into infamy I don't Jaworski explained there was not enough evidence to bring. ,
know how much more a man can be asked to give up," charges 'against anyone in the tape gap incident.
Jaworski told a law school audience.
EXPERTS HAVE SAID anywhere from five to nine
JAWORSKI, at UF as part of,a "Law Week" program,
segments of the tapes showed signs of stopping and starting
said Nixon was "guiltY'' of obstruction of justice," but was ,
which can only mean it was a deliberate erasure done
indicted because of constitutional
never questions. "
manually, Jaworski explained.
Jaworski became special prosecutor in the Watergate case "I have my own suspicions (about who did the erasing), but rc"I
after the firing by then-President Nixon of,Archibald Cox. "
we don't* have enough evidence now to indict anyone, he .f
Jaworski, who said he took'the job only after receiving said
assurances of complete independence from the U.S. Congress,
argued successfully before the U.S. Supreme Court that.,the Jaworski also said the new government prosecutor, \ ,''' :.
"Nixon 'tapes" must be released. Ruth,was investigating any possible involvement ; .
THE TAPES DECISION is generally acknowledged as the in the illegal campaign contributions, but that no
beginning of the end for Nixon. have been brought against him. .,

Jaworski also brought criminal charges against top Nixon ALTHOUGH PAINTING a grim picture of
aides H.R. H ldeman, John Ehrlichman, Jeb Magruder and government officials involved in illegal activities,
Former Atty. Gen. John Mitchell. said he was convinced Watergate "was not going to

Instead of naming Nixon as an indicted co-conspirator, again anytime soon,you can be sure of that."
Jaworski, said'the prosecution decided to, "let impeachmenttake Jaworski explained at a press conference later _fAr
its course" and handed over all relevant information to '"Washington is so different now." r .

, the House Judiciary Committee. '"Someone who comes in to use his influence and Iit.ics"'f'
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JAWORSKI SAID the report laid out "every step that led unethical ways would not have' a chance; he would : jJI.;'j;'.
to the obstruction of justice" and caused the "political demiseof slitting his own throat" Jaworski said. I }r.". "
Former President Richard Nixon." HE ADDED THAT large companies will also be : '
"Richard Nixon would never have resigned his office if he to give campaign contributions in the future because
did not think he would have been impeached" the Texas problems some of ,them. are facing following the
lawyer added. Presidential election.
Jaworski said he first realized Nixon was involved in the Jaworski warned that college students,
cover up in Dec., 1973. disillusioned about government in the
"I WENT AND TOLD General (Alexander) Haig,(White Watergate,.should not give up any ideas about .
House chief of staff) that the president was, culpable, politics.. photo by .rtc strin
Jaworski said. "The saddest most tragic thing(about Watergate) JAWORSKI I
"Is it wise. for the nation to have its former President'sit in if young people should be persuaded to stay out of.po l i to'sit in the slammer'

Female/ interim prof gets rehired


,1\ 1 0 0Tt after protesting discrimination

By JANET PARK BURGOON SAID Hutchinson did not know of the possibl
Alligator Staff Writer waiver.
An interim faculty member, notified her contract would not Burgoon's second basis for requesting her case be reviewed
be renewed next year,claimed UF should have made an effortto was the disproportionate percentage of women affected by the
retain women recently hired, and won her job,back. policy 'of informing all interim faculty members their con
Dr.'Judee Burgoon was one of five women in interim faculty tracts would not be renewed
positions who were told their contracts could not be renewed Six of the 20 originally notified were women, or 32 per cent.
next year because of uncertain budget conditions. Only 12.9 per cent of the UF faculty members are women, but
DR. ROBERT BRYAN, interim vice president for the interim professor category contains 24 per cent female
academic"Affairs, said her position will be available.for her.. members.
,Burgoon and UF officials described her situation: Burgoon said, "It is only because the university was remiss
She was 'offered the position. of assistant professor !of in the past in.hiring women that so many'women now fall in
speech. which includes research and teaching duties as well.as 'the interim and untenured ranks."
directing the forensics program:
Y ,1 g'1. ,This was only an interim position,and.she received: .it on' BURGOON'S, CLAIM of discriminatory release from her
August 5th because ,interim department chairman Edward contract, which she termed "violation of the I spirit of affirmative
W Hutchinson told her 'a one month period was,required to 'action' was backed up by Dr. Dorothy. Nevill,
, I advertise the permanent position according. ,. to affirmative Interim'affirmative action coordinator!
action guidelines. Nevill said none of the officials who reviewed Burgoon's
j SHE WAS TOLD'!an interim appointment required no case found "overt discrimination,! but placing her in the
advertising: and"I 1 felt my credentials and performance in the interim situation at first was a result of strict adherence to
9 job would ensure me a' permanent position. I had clear ex affirmative action guidelines.
pectation the line (faculty position) becoming permanent." Nevill recommended, to demonstrate Uf's commitment to
photo by andy ntwmon Burgoon stressed the only reason she accepted the interim .the.spirit as well as the principle of affirmative action, that

Happiness Is...... status was her belief, and Hutchinson's statement that affirmative Burgoon be awarded a permanent faculty position for 1975-
action guidelines would delay a position',
On a hot day, there's nothing like tee cream to cool 76.UF "
for 1974.75 past the beginning of the forensics season. OFFICIALS accepted this"recommendation. ,
and refresh a weary body.. At least that's the opinionof She later discovered affirmative action recriutment Burgoon is the first woman to complete,the affirmative

this dog who found happiness in cup 'containingone guidelines could be ,waived in certain cases where the can action grievance procedure, ,which was designed separatelyfrom
of Baskin Robins 31 flavors As expected, he did didate was a woman or minority worker, the type of employe the normal faculty 'and career-service''r"grievance. ''. -
not I leave anything over ihe guidelines' were designed to attract. procedures.


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McCain resigns compromise. .'

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TALLAHASSEE FLA. (UPI)=-Gov. Reubin Askew ac- political supporters and accepted and failed to report -
cepted the resignation of Supreme Court Justice David L campaign contributions.
McCain "Monday, allowing him to avoid impeachment and a McCain insisted in his resignation letter he was guilty of
possible conviction of judicial wrongdoing that could bar him nothing but "compassion for your fellow man" but added he Guerillas take/ //;
forever from holding public office or practicing law. did not want to put his legislative Mends in the position of
Askew and the legislative leadership agreed to a com having to vote on hk record during eight years as a District
promise that lets McCain remain on the court until Aug. 31 to Court of Appeal and Supreme Court Judge.It in S. AfricaJOHANNESBURG
help clear out a heavy load of cases that have already been was a foregone conclusion the House would have made mission
argued and are ready for decisions. McCain the first Florida Supreme Court Justice to be impeached
Chief Justice James Adkins after conferring with McCainall and Rish said a said a Senate trial would have cost (UPI!) Armed guerrillas, some of
weekend, assured Askew and the legislature that McCain at least $200,000.OEO hem Japanese, took over the Israeli Consulate Monday,
would take no new cases during the four months he remainson seized nine men women and children hostage and threatenedamid
the court. sent kids bursts of machine gun fire to blow up the building
"I am convinced this is the wise course," said Chairman unless the Israeli Ambassador negotiated with them.
William Rish, D-Port St. Joe., whose House Impeachment Police reported at least two persons killed and more than 30
Committee had already drafted for a vote Thursday unrefuted condoms by mailWASHINGTON injured when the guerrillas sprayed bullets into lunchtime
charges McCain tried to rig decisions to favor friends and crowds in the streets below the fifth-floor consulate office in a
((UPI)-The defunct Office of Economic downtown Johannesburg office building.
Opportunity provided $97,000 for two years to send birth Prime Minister John Vorster told Parliament the South
House votes on control information and sometimes condoms to teen-age boys African government would not negotiate with the guerrillas
through the mail, program officials said Monday. under any circumstances..Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak Unna
Initially directed at low income high school boys in refused to enter the consulate as the gunmen demanded.
Cleveland, Philadelphia and selected rural areas in 13 states,
Viet help today the condom subsidy and sex information service was expanded
about faceon
during its second year to include boys in smaller cities PSC does
WASHINGTON (UPI) The House leadership succeeded and high school athletic coaches. .
Monday in arranging a speedy floor vote Tuesday on Eventually, the program ran out of federal funds and officially utilities
a Senate-passed bill providing $327 million for aid and expired in July, 1973,but program officials say it could advertising
evacuation in South Vietnam.By have accomplished big things in providing sex education by
a voice vote, the House Rules Committee waived a rule rail TALLAHASSEE FLA. (UPI-The) Public Service
that requires legislation to sit in the House for three working A U.S. Postal Service official said the, agency's Commission (PSC) changed its mind Monday about
day before it is voted upon. headquarters here was unaware of the mail operation. He said prohibiting electric companies from passing along to
Rep. Thomas E. Moorgan, D-Pa., chairman of the House Postal regulations and Federal statutes prohibit use of the ,customers all costs of advertising and civic or charitable
International Relations Committee, argued before the Rules mails for unsolicited advertising or distribution of con contributions.The .
Committee that the bill should be brought to a quick vote traceptive materials except to manufacturers,doctors or other PSC said, however, it will still ban most.such expenseson
because of the emergency in South Vietnam. m ical personnel. a case-by-case basis.


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I .. Resignations prompt chancellor's office study I

By DEBBIE IBERT in operating multi-campus systems of higher education. appointments.
Alligator Staff Writer RICHARD IIULET, vice chancellor for student affairs is The members consist of both university representatives and
the only vice chancellor remaining in office, Chandler said. people from outside the SUS he said.
Two vacant State University System vice chancellor posts The two vacancies created an "ideal time for us to look at Mautz said the' task force' will be recommending: such
have prompted SUS Chamcellor-designate ET. York to how we function and see if we need to change' Mautz said organizational changes as rearranging administrative
initiate a task force to study alternative organization in the about the task force. responsibilities in the chancellors' office.
chancellors' offices. York said the UF University Senate resolution had "The administrative office: is quite large,it might be broken
York said Monday he wanted it"made clear we do not plan "nothing at all" to do with his decision to study possible up" he. explained.
toflll'" these positions before the economic situation Impoves-. organizational changes in chancellor's 'offi e. There will probably not be any eliminations of positions
.at least not before July first." "' York explained he "didn't even know about it" until after though. Mautz said he "can't visualize any reduction in
YORK WAS REPLYING to a resolution passed last he set up the task force. personnel"as a result of the task force study. t
Thursday by the UF University Senate, which criticized filling THE CHANCELLOR-DESIGNATE said'he decided on The SUS office now employs'about 97 persons, Chandler
administrative positions in the SUS while, funds are the six or seven task force members, but would not release said. It has grown rapidly since he joined the staff in 1962,
unavailable for hisring more faculty members. their names until he contacted them personally about the when only 15 people were employed, he added.
"We (at the chancellor's office) are under the same hiring
freeze. as the universities," York added.
Two of the SUS's three vice chancellors have announced. .
their resignations. .
VICE CHANCELLOR for Administrative Affairs Kenneth, "
Bout well, planned to resign in January to start .,a hew Unfair labor practice charges .
management services business, SUS Chancellor, Robert
Mautz said. But Mautz persuaded him to stay until the close
of this legislative session. Boutwell's resignation .becomes Board of : :"
effective June IS. filedagainst Regents

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Allan Tucker, who .
has been on leave of absence this month, reports to his'new
job May 1, according to Hendrix Chandler, corporate ByGARYBALANOFFAlligator discrimination against public employes by demotion" from the
Associate Editor of division director.
: positions chairperson or
secretary for the Board of Regents.
The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) announced Monday UF was listed as one of the five schools which received
Tucker will now head a national centef, heated at Florida
they filed unfair labor practice charges against the Board of memos from the regents.
'State University,to study the problems and training involved
Regents on April 14 for the regent's actions in dealing with NEW SAID "DISAPPOINTMENT" resulted from havingthe
department chairpersons. Public Employes Relations Commission hearings drag on
Allison signs contract; In carrying through their earlier threats to use the chargesif so long. UFF had hoped for a statewide election to select a
faculty collective bargaining hearings in Tallahassee bogged collective bargaining agent,or agents, for the State University
will work down UFF spokesman Dr. Mel New said his union "will; file System faculty by April I IS, but the public hearings are still in
start todayUF's as many (unfair labor practice charges) as are necessary to session.
protect the faculty." "We see light at the end of the tunnel" New said of the
new affirmative 'action coordinator, James Allison, UFF'S CHARGES stemmed from specific memos sent by. hearings, which began almost two months ago.
signed his contract Monday and begins work today. the regents' office to five of Florida's nine state universities The charges "were filed now to protect chairpersons," he
Allison, hired despite a university system-wide hiring informing department chairpersons they could not participate said because chairpersons were crucial to UFFs bargaining
freeze, will be paid from Institute of Food. and Agricultural in collective bargaining and still maintain their position as efforts.
Sciences (IFAS) funds. chairpersons.The BOTH UFF AND and the American Association of
UF President Robert Q. Marston has the< transfer funds from any of the three university budgets- with, restrained, and coerced public employes prohibitingand in their collective bargaining pending the outcome of the
IFAS, Health Center, and General Education- to uses such discouraging them from joining, being active in, or hearings, which are intended to solve this question of composition
as'this during the budget crunch. supporting the United Faculty of Florida, and threatening of bargaining units.


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.memorial service for the :; During these hard times, when.
late Ngo Dong and his family and Value o.0
will be presided over by; Quality C all of us are concerned ,!bO.I.KfltmgYSTE !
Father Micheal Gannon,
Wednesday at 7 p.m. on the I. : full value in the' things-we'buy,

Wayne Reitz Union North Two that product. .
Lawn. "positives" .. ,,, ,"' '\1 '. .., ,".._............ .,.. .* here' are some important thoughts

Huong Thong Lap Dong's planners accentuate, when :: = ,: about quality .
close friend and hand-picked : ?

replacement as instructor of they groom their entries'V.V .. key in :the ignition. It wouldn't

the UF Cuong I Nhu Karate I' .for competition. V ., ..... start.: You tried again and again
Club, will also speak and lead Who i Nothing. Not a *park.

the group' ,_._ in. silent The ingredients American businessmen strive Jt was a grand Mer.There\Vere

meditation. for, are indeed the ones consumers look for,' Cheers" some halfhearted offers to

when they buy: After all,the consumer Js the help:; with..the *dishes.. "No.: webough

ultimate voter in a product's.! .. and f.:ti titi : '/ ':/',' [ ;4 ':neW. ,dishwasher,"= you
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to pby -. I :';- .. WhenProducts anliouncedyroudl? ;You> loaded the
:'.:. ''. ,. ",re-election.' .. dishes and pined( the company. Un
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The Univestty SymphonicBand's -.' ;.- : cle was'describing his new boat
V = w.v But just how much quality can be built,Into a
spring concert'will be when noticed 'the ,
'* given item? How colors and sizes? How you foamy water
given in the ballroom of many
today : running :across 't dining-room
the' J. Wayne Reite .Union! -_ '.: .. will added quality affect the market price? Reads -Work t? floor-
: 1 :'{ :-:. : "' about) the route most American businessmen
The program will start,at : :. : Sound .familiar? We-all remember
8:15 p-m. and is free and open '. V *r .. A' .." v *' take-'The Main Street" approach.. Read what vividly when things don't work

this has to do with 21 million dishwashers and '
to the public.READERS' NEW-toaster was so right. somehow-_ -we'don't' even
Jr 35 million clothes winning their way 'into about it when
., you could see your think our de' covers
American homes. THB in it. But its.:first. the -lOji-mile trip,toCanada: :and
of toast looked like back without a hitch.or when the

The adjoining message from the May scorched plywood..And you burned electric'eoffeepozkeepsperkingyour ;

I Reader's Digest sums up important thoughts. fingers fishing'it out when It away- year 'after year. There's just
REDRIM .about quality and value. Its one in a series' didn't pop up. Then the machine nothing spectacular'about the

on our economic system placed by The .heaved 'a. little, electronic sigh -and .sweeper that sweeps .t the o\'el1that
An article in Monday'sAlligator bakes 'the' that
Business Roundtable. stopped toasting altogether ; refrigerator keeps.
stated that two L What a storm!And it got worse. right on doing its job. .

students were caught: Leaving.your:.wife and three kids No;the fact i it that in our-minds
breaking into a coke machinein )C llicr beneath the shopping-center canopy, one malfunctioning! product cancels
the fieldhouse at Perry I j>K you dashed to your new 'station out the thousands that: do work.One \

Field. The location of the Xl ) igc"t wagon. Soaked to the skin, you got of the greatest tributes to American:
break-in was the. Materialsand behind the wheel :and turned the industry Is the fact that the'"lemon"

Mechanics Building. ,'" :" ,
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is news-the fact that bad products the lab (sometimes to final destruction Street" where the aim is the best at automobiles, for instance

Military Boll Quon't arc the exceptions that surprise and ) before they are marketed.To 'product that can be made at a price probably the most complex and

Contort bother us. .an alert,.competitive. mpanYIthese the mass of consumers can afford.In sophisticated item the average con-
The expectations of the American efforts are as routine (and as shops and factories across the sumer will ever buy. Today's cars
April 49 i Moy 1 consumer are very high and the vital) as breathing. "The best sales, country engineers designers, shop' run much longer between engine
7 10PM PK nit. businessman knows it better than : tool possible! ; says one executive,"is"a foremen hold "product audits:ex-, tunc- ps,., 11"thanget'; ::.and lubrications -
University Auditorium I '.inyone 'el
constantly to improve his productand .". But still those negative experi- corder or child's toy before them. brakes are much more reliable their

SUP Eft lIKES Int. maintain standards.The American ences force their way into our minds. With 'production costs rising how cooling systems require much less
Society l lor Quality Control estimates Why can't we make things' more can they improve the product but maintenance.

PARTS-377-69'1 that .business jn.this' ,country .reliable Why do there have to be keep the I price: : competitive? Will this "Consumer pressure" is a healthy
s;| nds"from( K tcd tf) cents'*>f"every #lny'mistakes.To ? plastic compound be at strong and as affirmation of the market system.

sales dollar to overcome errors, to answer such questions,we must workable :as the now-tOO<05tly met- After all, what good would con-

r4SERVICE. _jest,t,, inspect and assure quality.. ', '.measure. our expectations as consumers al it must replace? Sure this transistor : sumer demands be in a society with-
i Some examples: against the realities of the i is cheaper but will it do the: job out businesses: competing in reactionto
*',.On the Tide-detergent ;)production -. mass market We must consider as well? At the Rockwell International those demands? But consumer
line in Cincinnati boxes under:.,. what'absolute product-perfection '
Corporation engineers rede-' pressure is no new phenomenon; it
rT7-0722 'filled I (damaged in. any"-ivay4are: ; 'would ,'do<'to 'prices and volume signed a pocket calculator over and is rather the'same pressure that has

10 AM -6PM (' "kickedi''. jUave' you':ever_ stopped to ,think over again to cut the cost and time always motivated the conscientious

7 DAYS'A WEEK3441S.W.ARCHBtR.D. V what itwould cost to build a television of manufacture while improving the businessman-competition.Certainly .
At the Gillette Company, i in. ;aces that :would "never" ,fail reliability of the machine. consumers have the

Boston every 'razor blade U examined or' "wear-out: ?' ,Many, thousandsof The cumulative effect of such activities right to complain, to send things
: for surface imperfections :and :dollars.t .r- And the assembly and is a boon to the American back when they aren't tight Hut
The.IndopandoiO Florid Alligator' Ita shirpne ..Some,employes come to inspection procedures'would consumer
publication. of Corpus Com- preclude especially during this difficult what really makes American prod-
mumcotion* h co pe r.d..* prhrato.nonprof work unshaven each morning to test more than a few thousand sets economic period when all of ucts the greatest bargains in the
torporotum k K pub...>adftvo Gillette /and( competitors') blades being built eachyear.Thus,the high us want
timoi......y..apt during Juno. stretch our dollars as f far world today-in both cost and per-
July end. -.... ...... .WI pubIM4d under'.laboratory conditions; uuality: ; would .be academic for as possible. For, 'what good 'is'an formance-is the fact that all of
holiday.-....sod......am and. ,.d.rs0,..... Oplnton mud.re o At Eli Lilly Corporation( in Indianapolis .the:'.:'majority :of Americans whowould improved product if it isn't readily us constantly cast our votes in. the

."' ..... Mi th*. IndopondontAHIgator .. some "pills take: &;, ,as, long ;simply. be priced out of them available! to everyone at a reasonable. marketplace. .It ,is, these consumer
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......ellNI___.... .... 45 :,price "ballots" that shape the quality of
Uni ori y of nnd. *. **cu pus process-isstopped, many time tor Businessmen! ) face a challenge. Do The Main Street ;approach means:; the goods.we purchase ,day in and
Alligator....... by AddroH d.. kndopondont torro,,indma Florida tofO tests of the purity and exact ,quan-. they travel the low road? Cut corners that there are 117 million TV sets in day out.. '
n.. ...,...... fIoo. AI''...... ,city'4ingredients.As.long M'the; use th :;cheapest materials they U S. homes, 21 million dishwashers
..* IM*.*. IMhwrtMy. Station.GaMMvtlla ... pills: ''tare ,available! on .drugsior4shelves can get bywith', Or do they take 3) million clothes dryers-and it '
i .....*Ftonria.Ftondo.Albgaior. 3MOI 1 H The amaradat to- .:a control l batch; will be teStcd the J)high i ,'road-turning out eachproduct' means that by and large this abun. I For k'printe,"wntcTFtprint; 'KJiKir, TheRcltr'i
\ PiaN,l"ka..al1lvallcJ.Y.; ""570-
Stow tacand No cress nice mattor ai at C lh...-canned. ... ; l'er odicaYYtonsllr!! : 'potencyarid .'.. ; : by: hand forgetting costs dance of products is :an :abundanceof PrictM in-jo; so-S. tist-::+si J,J.,sodsSh.n
.... 3MOISuWcriaiiori safety : Ji.nJt"Jfy' "custom., work" beyond good products constantly being -' a.n...-$ .. Prti. ,far UrgitqtunutKt
rat ...IX.00 oar year :. ,At Sears Roebuck:;;. Co"} :in the' fiiuncnl: reach of millions of improved because: of competition. 4i[*..i. rttjuot.i .. -
or.SS.SOaar uMi.. qu. rsurIb.uipIOnI or*. prsvd.d t jSicago many. new pr\'!luds.: ''frnniaironditioners 'u> ......... eud.m ......-.w for d.* tin, shotguns; to water \Visely'realistically.\merican, This n.
..... a* *>. UMvorMy. of Florida. '' message. it prepared.by the; editors of.Tht Reader's.Digest
The .Mi.pand.nl Florida Alligator. ::,. pumps, are tested in the field. and in businesx; rayelsjnstead A "Main and .
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1O% 5O% off c .. The Lewis approach to'legaleducation KEVIN BLOOM
guides you to your Alligator Staff WriterAt
Monday thru Thursday future humanistic as a competent attorney least one of UF's five largest colleges will raise admission

GU Ou"28.acraauburba,,. standards for fall quarter 1975 and others may follow suit.
campus offers a unique' learning Journalism and ChairmanDr.
Communications Department
T.nts Bookpacks Frames W environment. :
Sleeping Bogs. Shoes e Jackets metropolitan area.INTERVIEWS close-by. .. major .John Griffith said beginning September students applyingto
W Rugby Shirts. Socks. Canoes etc.4QU4TIC. AVAILABLEMAY the college must have a minimum 2$ grade point average
W 1 AT 8,M.U.WITH (GPA) as;opposed to the current 2.0 However.,he added a
AIEN'S Y DEAN A.CHURCH. stronger emphasis will be put' on the Florida 12th grade
ANN THOMAS. placement test score to counter-balance the possible
P discrimination brought about by raising the GPA.
Lewis University/ College$ of Law
( fit 63 IAOOMvalt "I THINK IPS easier t to maintain a higher grade point
3448 kMrsfUrtmsUy/Venue 3739233 Q __ Rd. average at a junior college than Florida's University College"
O'v /Monday-Friday Saturday 9-7 / l.Glen( Ellvn,'tip.e .
Gp BXlfJLfB e 60137 Griffith said, "so by looking back to the test scores we can
rnk! HeMesaJB ((312))858-7200 determine whether a student has performed consistently or

MOUNTAIN HOUSE just bolstered, a grade point average.."' .. .
I Although admissionsto the college will be limited to 1,200
students in September Griffith, said one side. effect .to'the
,policy change may be to discourage some of the,"not really
: :-.t live serious" students from "filling up space:'
Man cannot I Alternatives to admissions standards are also being con-
sidered in the College of Business Administration. Dean
Robert Lanzillotti says the real problem is overcrowding.
e ; "RAISING STANDARDS won't change that much in this
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,i' I college," Lanzillotti said. "We already. have a very. high
: caliber of student/'
.; .: a:Itf ... .J Lanzillotti said the accounting department in an attempt
,' .:t to discourage students that were not "really determined,"
':: ** : -.Ine began requiring additional math courses for 'admission.

. : Yumbo.Bi9and "The end result was that we ended up with more requests
.. tor admission than ever," Lanzillotti said.
THE BUSINESS SCHOOL is also considering closing

Whaleralone. ,..-'\' ,..',. certain courses to all but students who need the course for
'\, 'f. '>. \ their major. Lanzillotti said while this decision i is a "radical"
one. it may become a' "reality/
!" .
.. :. 'UPs largest college. Art & Sciences has no plans to limit
: 1:; ,.:....:. ; enrollments or raise standard Assistant; Dean. Dr.' David
,,' ......'...fn.... .: :
;T Stryker saidexcept in the field of speech pathology, where a

2.8 GPA is required.College .
.. of Engineering Dean,Wayne Chen.said admissions
.. .:. .'.::r :. tZ .I':!; ;;jbe\\ ; "h+gy;selective! 'for;fall,/7SJin!!the'department of

........ '.. -- '---.. : chemical! !. :tngtDeennghcre--pace: and Instructors ,are,.
limited. '
'. ;.i1i :':O'",.:. -.. '.,: : '" THE ,DE DEPARTMENT'will(require :a.minimum'.2.5-GPA
"". \\.tr, If you'U come oat with us during the next few days, .and a heavier.emphasis will.be placed. 'on the 12th grade lest'score. ,

.::'I[: .'dUk.,you'to have a:little! something, sp.cial-on. .' ;, '
< ,'tI; :. '.;".: :;.ordef';:ouchgolden!french lrl.sFEE: '. .' ,- .,"', .:'".. ._ 'We intend to provide a bigi1.q a1ity program/' Chen. .said..
i ,Order a Whopper, out: big broiled 100 percent beef "If that means limiting enrollments then(well'do it." ,

burger, .Whaler: ;fish'"s ondwithr, a. Yumbo ,hot ,ham,' College' of: Education undergraduate! ;Dean Marvin. Mo
4 and cft.o' ": Whopper,Junior o Big' Plain-:any'of Millin said two departments in the college, are considering
'" restrictions;for fall quarter 'J 1975.:
out famous sandwiches. choose,
., Whichever, you you ,
.r McMILLINSAYD'.the"department': ; of AudiologJ;;
hire:It ,'
can'' your way 'Speech Pathology.will( require a 2.8. GPA for!::admission. unless I

/ And.right now'pu'II.. u HIS,fries..Clip I the coupon additional l spaces are. ':available. ,.a....possibility rMFMiihn'said, .I is i
'and.come on In. ""doubtful/'" .tl'"r':
,t .I' ,. :::0'" t ; McMillin said',the,Department Special:Education' :will
: >
y : '. ,:" S :; consider:restrkti ni-but 4iot>r until--aU-applications.-for fall'
are,submitted.McMiIlin ;. ,
quarter ; : '; : .
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w1o\i,. Bring In this buy sandwich on our.menu, and
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G; I and get a regular order of our : works. His blunt and forceful manner have made many. of

'('Jf'i' : '''. .. .,. : golden trench fries free! But ua his public appearances eventful.
: ""l'. I hurry. Offerexpires WUR.MAYI, Mailer will earn $2,500 for tonight's appearance
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dependent students LUNCHTIME ( ,


AlUgfttor Staff Writer us down. There's a lot of paperwork
One-fourth of the approximately 1,500 involved. But hopefully, this will I help
Gainesville students receiving: food stampswill discourage those who are not eligible from ANYTIME! !
no longer be eligible after May 1. applying in the first place;" Smith said.
A new amendment to the Food Stamp Act Smith said the Division of Health and
of 1964 states that a student 18 years of age or Rehabilitative Services will be required to
older who is enrolled in an institute of higher verify each student's sources of income and Allen's Gator Haus and Red Velvet Lounge has got
learning and is claimed as a dependent on his every student will have to complete .the formon ,what you want, HOWEVER you want it!IGaInesville's
parents income tax is ineligible for food tax dependency.
subs combos & sandwiches
stamps according:: to Ken Smith regional food "When we see that the student is not a tax finest ;
stamp administrator."A dependent, then we'll continue to certify his sideorders, eclairs, and good Kosher pickles. We also
LARGE NUMBER of students on food eligibility. If he is receiving money from serve & deliver Gainesville's coldest & most
stamps are legitimately using them. Many are'' home, we will send the parents a form of beer & wine. .
here on loans and scholarships and,are not verification of income and a tax'dependency reasonably priced
being supported by their parents" Smith form. When that comes back well make AND CHECK THIS OUT COLD COLD KEGS OF
said."This decision." Smith said. SCHLITZ (Light & Dark) ONLY 28.50 plus taxi I YOU
new policy has been set up td 'Smith added that students whose parentsare CAN'T BEAT THAT WITH A WHIP WE
eliminate the use of food stamps by students receiving Cuban Refugee Assistance or
whose parents have money, but just do not, Supplemental Security Income may be PROMISE!
send their kids much," he said. eligible for food stamps."If Anytime you want it, any way you like it, Allen's
Beginning May 1 I. any student applying for I can explain the requirements for this Gator Haus& Red Velvet Lounae puts out for you!
food stamps will be required, to fill out a policy to the media and I keep the ineligible
"declaration of tax 'dependent status." A people that read it from coming in, then I've '
form is also sent to the student's parents to helped solve the problem. Just that will EAT-IN TAKE-OUT
verify his independence. eliminate a lot of hassles." Smith said.


I Schools may get moneyPublic 10-2AM GIVE US

Sunday '1 10-12:30: AM A CALL377651O
schools (grades K-12) May soon Cothran, the constituational provision would (Please ord.kegs 24 hrs. in advance
receive funds once earmarked specifically for have expired next year. The amendment No
delivery on kegs)
higher education. passed by the ,committee both extends the
'The Senate Education Committee Monday construction bond program beyond next year .
approved a proposed committee bill which and expands it to cover all public schools,
amends the Florida Constitiuation making Cothran'said.Commissioner.
gross receipts tax money available to all levelsof of Education RalphTurlington
education. has suggested the funds be dividedto
give 60 percent to K-12 schools and 40 per
The gross receipts tax is one half per cent cent to hiiher education institutions., The
tax levied on the gross revenue from,all public House Education Committee, divided capital
utilities. outlay funds SO-SO between the two levels. So
The constitution now specifies that money The bill does not mean universities will be
obtained from selling bonds pledged againstthe losing capital outlay money to elementary,
proceeds of the gross receipt tax shouldgo middle and high schools, he said- since
for capital outlay post-secondary institutions without the extension of the bond deadline
higher education would not be receiving any.
According to committee staff analyst Hank funds from the program after next year.

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..The following statement by President real hardships for our students.
Robert Q. Marston was read to the :Pr' ( S tcfe'fltM": : a r stOllC'all's'F, OJ With the Governor's budget,we estimate
.education sabcommtttee of the Senate that the University of Florida would begin
Ways and Means Comatttet by Vlce-Pre- the fall quarter of 1975 with,1380 academicman
t'(ildent Harold Hanson Monday. (The legislative, ,Funding. :' Support: I years to teach and otherwise serve
statement .Is being liveD wide distribution 25,500 students in our E&G budget This
state-wide to alert,University of Florida should be compared to the resources
r supporters to the critical needs of the While the$15 million increase in budget .nor's recommendations. Under that bud- allocated to our E&G budget in 1989, whenwe
.University.) for the State University System would not get we would be, ,forced to request a had 1322 academic man years to teach
.e We are encouraged that the Educational solve, the problems of inadequate salaries, ,declaration of financial emergency to and otherwise serve 19,017 students. We
< Subcommittee of the House Appropriations too Jew teachers, the,need for increased allow, us to meet the basic educational have added,with no additional faculty, the
I Committee has increased the funding fellowships and other graduate,support, needs of our students.There!Is Just no way number of students in a good-sized
*level of E&G functions of the State libraries, and the effects of continued to match up decreased faculty and already university like Vanderbilt or the summed
,'University System by approximately $15 Inflation,it should preclude the emergencythe overcrowded classrooms without significant enrollment of three smaller universities,
;' million above the Governor's budget Wet University of Florida would face I if curtailment of our classroom of- Dartmouth, VMI and Cal Tech.
are also encouraged with the. generally appropriations were limited to the Cover ferings. Such reductions would constituteUniversity: This indicates the dimension of .our
understanding attitude of the legislature problem but it does not Indicate the
I toward the special- needs of higher distortion which has occurred during the
''education. past year as happenstance retirements,
and resignations, not logic, have determined
4BT frotfucrt by the Division of Information Public/ aatIons where vacancies occurred. Key
Administrative if S'rvtc t to commwnMaU of,flcUl notion a.Imlto""t departments such as English, Zoology,
M { ,information! to stud.MSae"lty I* staff I
and Mathematics were reduced by the
J at Ute University of .Iorldl.'Women _
Cutbacks UrgedBy freeze on positions to the point that some
\ relief prior to September must be forth

UF SenateThe and the Law' coming. The Governor's budget would not
; allow us to repair any of the damage
already done, but would, instead, deepen
UF Faculty Senate'Thursday passed Also WeekA and exacerbate our troubles.
'a resolution to be transmitted to the It's Dorm But such immediate damage to the
chancellor and chancellor-designate- quality of our instructional programs is
f commending! "that the position cutback short course ,on "Women and The .. not the only damage we face if the
and hiring freeze be applied to administrative Law"Wednesday and Thursday highlights Governor's budget is accepted without
positions as well as faculty and UF's Law Week 1975. Open to the public, modification by the State Legislature.With ] .
I support staff throughout the SUS, inclu- the course is $1 (payable at the door) for fewer faculty members, their In-
."limited' BOR staff* and "that for two morning sessions, which will feature structional loads will increase ..signifi
t funds do become available Gainesville attorney Jeanne Schwartz on cantly. The result will be that less
some hiring of new personnel that they be dissolution of marriage in Florida, attor- research will be contracted for and done at
used first to replace faculty and support ney Clara Gehan on wills and estate both State and Federal levels. Less
staff )In areas most critically damaged by planning, law professor Joseph Little on research means fewer nooStato dollars to
the random effect of reduction by attri- legislation and the working woman, and fund the whole educational enterprise. We
tion." professor Mandell Glicksberg.on property need the 30 million dollars a year that our
The resolution states that a reduction of ownership. l Federal grants and contracts contribute to
faculty and support staff "is seriously liThe Magnificent Yankee,"a play about the total educational program of the
affecting the ability of this and other SUS Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell University.The .
institutions to meet the quantitative and Holmes, is set for 8:15 p.m. tonight and University of Florida,supported by
qualitative needs of their students and to Wednesday in the Law Center Auditorium. the people of Florida,has served the State
complete their assigned research and UF's John Marshall Bar Association is for more than 120 years. It has survivedand
service functions." The resolution pointsout sponsoring the public event Tickets are 50 Friday at Tolbert Area, and the week emerged strengthened through crisis
that "several UF departments have cents and available at the University Box winds up with a Beatle Night Dance and after crisis. The same will be true as the
been subjected to serious line item Office in Constans Theatre or at the door. movie 8-11 p.m.Saturday at Graham Area. current financial crisis which affects our
reductions": and the BOR"is continuing to Julius Marke, professor at New York Jewish Films entire society passes. In the meantime I
accept nominations for the position of Vice University College of Law and a biographer want to assure the citizens of our State that
Chancellor for Academic Affairs." of Justice Holmes, 'speaks at 8 The Center for Jewish Studies and Hillel our young people will receive the education
The Senate also approved changes to p.m. Thursday in a free public lecture at Foundation, co-sponsors of a spring quarter they need to the best of our ability.
Section 5.2 of Chapter V of the.University Holland Law Center. Jewish film series,present"Topele"at However this is a time for frankness and
Policy manual to provide for tenure-ineli Local attorneys and law students will 8 p.m. today in McCarty Auditorium. complete candor,the decreased resourcescan
gible faculty research positions. team up this week to visit local schools and Admission,is 50 cents'at the door.Norman only result In decreased education.
speak to students in various grade levels on Finally,I should like to point out that the
the citizen's relationship, to the legal Mailer Governor's budget would not permit either
: Student. Drawing system. the Health Center or the Institute for Food
'' For information on Law Week activities Pulitzer Prize winner Norman Mailer and Agricultural Sciences to carry out
Competition Open contact Dean Bunch, 392-0421.- speaks at Graham Pond at 8 p.m. today, their assigned missions in providing healthcare
sponsored by"ACCENT 75.. Known for, and agricultural services to Flori-!
The fifth annual student drawing competition Dorm Week novels, essays, political and biographical ,dians.Vitally important programs in these
open to all UF students will be works which started in 1918! with "The two areas will have to be curtailed or
accepting entries from noon to 6 pjn., Internal! Council's Dorm Week con Naked and the Dead,"Mailer captured the wholly ,abandoned if no relief from the .{
Friday at the second floor exhibition .tinues today with a 10 am to 4 p.m. flea Pulitzer, Polk and National Book AwardsIn Governor's budget b provided to these two
gallery of the! J. Wayne Reitz Union. market at the Union Colonnade and a 1968 for "Armies of the Night" That major research and service resources of
Drawings in any medium (chalk, pen 3:304:30: : p.m. Broward Field Day. was a personal account of the four-day the State of Florida.Engineering.
and ink, charcoal,, etc.) will be accepted. Field events move to M&iphree Area anti-war protest in Washington,, D.C.,- in
Prizes include a $100 first place and 3:304:30: : pan Wednesday, with a candle- 1987.
three S* gift certificates for art supplies.The ) light dinner set for 5:3-7:30; p.m. in the Faculties
first place drawing win become part Hume Area Cafeteria. And Comedy Night Medkal I Lectures
of the University Gallery's permanent. activities start at 9 pjn. in Mallory Ball ,Association ContinuesDr.
collection.: Casino Night starts at 8 p.m. Thursdayin Dr. Alselm Strauss, professor and
Faculty: of the UF Art Department, Jennings Hall, playing, opposite the chairman of the graduate program in George Bedell, BOR director: of
which sponsors the competition,will serveas College Bowl Finals in Broward. The film sociology at University of California, San personnel and faculty: relations,issued the
Judges. "Patton" will be shown free at 9 p.m. Francisco speaks at the J. Hills Miller following statement from Ids office:
Health Center Tuesday and Thursday. At "Recent: statements in the Board of
noon Tuesday In the Medical Sciences Regents MEMO and reprinted in 'tile 3
I I Job Interview Schedule for WeekFour Building Auditorium,. Strauss talks on University Digest might have created
"Accountability Awareness,and the Terminal considerable coBfoskoalx. tpartidpatioo
companies win be Interviewing on April 30-May 9 include: Patient" His topic at noon Thursday by the Florida Engineering Faculties
this week, seeking employees Wednesday John Hancock' : Mutual Life is 'The Patient wilt Pain" in Room Association in the unit determination
campus amUF'. soon-to-gradaato students.Signals Insurance Co.ThursdayFluor. Cl-11 of the Conunmicere Building. hearings before the Public Employee; ,
In fee Placement Center,G.22of Engineers and Constructors Relations OJWIII .. I should like to set "
the Hells Union and mast be at least one Inc. ; Sym ode Concert the record straig&t FEFA'has net dropped
day in advance of the Interview.' UF Friday Financial Management, Inc. ,out of tile proceedings continues to
alumni are also eligible to utilize the Monday-. None I The University Symphonic Band pre- participate as an active Interrener. This
service. Nest Tuesday Electronic Data SysThe sents,its free spring concert at 8:15: pja past week the Association presented its
in the Reitz Union Ballroom. "
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surrounding the rising cost of having a

family are well documented in the media and r f

grocery stores around the nation.

But now the cost of not having a family has gone

up, too.
Alachua County Commissioners approved a
"sliding scale" April 22 which would determinethe

cost of family planning services to families who

request the services.

The cost for the services would range from a $25

maximum fee down to nothing for a family of four

which earns less ,than $7,500 per year.

The services provided include birth control_ pills,

V.D. tests, and pap smears. ""fl.. p "- '
The size of the family and total family income ,-, --, ...

would determine a family's ability to pay. These

guidelines are reasonable enough, but a deeper
problem is evident. !I I

Jon Wershow, the only dissenting commissionerin

the four-to-one vote, explained it best. POTIOM6PCW

He expressed: fear that charging any fee would

scare away anyone who needs the services.It .
also happens that the federal government will Got any problems ?

come up with its own guidelines for this same ,
program this fall, but instead of waiting for those

guidelines, the county is going ahead and EDITOR'S NOTE Today's column makes the first of a fulfilling all requirements for his degree." Five other colleges
promulgating their own. brand of justice for the regular 'weekly feature of The Alligator ah academic University College Arts& Sciences, PHR, Journalism, and
short haul. advisement by Arts and Sciences peer advisor Riley Burns. Education -.either repeat or paraphrase these words.
Seldom is inaction the best action, but for the The column b Intended to keep students Informed about A second group of colleges I including Pharmacy, Center for (
sake of the poor and near-poor, this is one of those common, but troublesome, situations In all UF colleges.. Latin American Studies, Architecture and Fine Arts,
times. Burns, and his two colleagues Margret Mahoney and Mike Agriculture, and Health Related Professions encourages and
.. Wedner win( answer questions concerning advisement If urges students to consult an adviser before scheduling their
you would like a question answered, please contact Riley courses.A .
Special Bums at 113 Anderson HaD, or write The Alligator, Box: THIRD GROUP REQUIRES departmental approval of
regentsIt 13266 University Station. all student programs before granting a degree. This group
"The president shall provide the procedure for student includes Forestry., .Engineering, and Division of Military
finally appears likely that change will occur appeals within, the respective institutions on all matters in Science.
within the system.A What this all meant is that you the student, must take the
bill which would put three students on the initiative to make sure that you've finished your pre
requisites, major and other academic requirementsof
your any
Board of the Senate
Regents was passed by GUEST COLUMNISTwhich your college. You also need to be sure that you're gettingfull
Education Committee, and the House Education credit for all the courses you've taken. Neither Tigert Hall
Committee passed a. bill which would allow one nor the departmental staffs of the colleges has enough time to
student on the regents. the student has been aggrieved." (Board of Regents recheck each student's file every quarter for transcript errors.
We applaud the two committees and sponsors Operating Manual, 7.32)) Only you do. The system will accept'no blame when the
"In case the operation of a student academic regulation appropriate information is available to all students.So .
Rep. William Nelson, D-Melbourne, and Sen. appears to result in an undue hardship on an individual what ARE your requirements? How can you be SURE
Jack Gordon, D-Miami. But one of the chief student, he may petition for waiver of the regulation.. (un- that nothing will "go wrong, "or that you've not trapped
opponents of the bills is Chancellor-designate E.T. dergraduate. Catalog p. 32)) yourself in an unforeseen requirement?
York. His objection stems from his belief that a CERTAIN PETITIONS those involving late schedule THERE ARE SEVERAL sources of information.you might
"special interest group"' would be created by changes, exceptions to the minimum-maximum load consult to find out. The first is the catalog. You may, though,
: regulation,or late drops without course failure ought to be
have some problems interpreting it, or finding what needin
naming a student to the regents.. submitted in the college in which the student is enrolled. All it. If so, consult advisers academic
your departmental or
If York thinks students are a special interest others should be addressed to the University Senate Com- deans.

group which should be kept from making im- mittee on Student Petitions. The Office of Student Affairs in Tigert ((2.1261)) is very
portant decisions, then 'perhaps he should climb WARNING: Even with these broad rights of appeal, many willing to help you with university policies. Dean Joyce
students have found that the bureaucratic (
back into his ivory tower and think a little harder. hierarchy lovingly Taylor of that office is co-ordinating the TUTS (TeachingYou
called the ) will in
"system" not approve petitions which the
the System) in an effort to make the system
York speculated other groups, such as faculty, student didn't avail him or herself of the information that he accessible to the student.program

administrators, and career service employes, or she needed to make proper academic decisions. Students Dean Bob Burrell coordinates a para-professional of
would demand representation on the regents if often simply do not know all the regulations or,changes that students (HASSLE-FREE) which advises off group campus
students' were given a vote. affect them.: However_ every college on this campus assumes students.IF .

But there is a crucial difference. Faculty and they do., Business Administration, for instance, clearly statesin ALL ELSE fails, get a hold of your local peer advisor.
career service employes have collective bargainingto the catalog that the ,student alone: "must assume full To our knowledge University College is the only one to have
resolve their differences. And administratorsare responsibility for registering for the proper courses and for this service besides our own College of Arts and Sciences.Ron .

running the State, University .System.
Students are left with few means of valid
Cunningham David Klein'
protest. If students Had a regents Member, it The Independent Wtor-ta -ChW Managing EditorFlorida

wouldn't solve all problems, but at least we could
fell there was someone in the power structure who : Alligator George Photo Kochaniec Editor Jr. Donna Brvgmon
layout Ed.tor
I knows what :students face every day. '
till U ; 9.; :
mtltC&H: MindiKeirnon Jody Collin
'- LETTERS POLICY EP News Editor Layout Editor.
Utters must; f I .' ," .R ':

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I- ::Alternatives_

to dropping, language givenEDITOR

The writer of the "Drop
of the benefits to be language requirement"article barring an eager student from graudation. It is a sad fact that now; a sell-out of the chance to learn English:; grammar from a
Is unaware reaped from studying many language students learn and of
the systematically about English comparative potentially exciting point view
foreign languages on job market. While I do not agree tor the first 4. Argument: What would the doing of the
of the grammar time in their life when !they are,taking a away
with the general gist argument that you gain anythingby toreign language course. requirement mean in terms of the fate of knowledge or '
dropping something without an adequate substitution, I MANY STUDENTS knowledgeability? The fostering of mono-linguistic
heading for a business or legal
would like td suggest that the study of foreign languages, for chauvinism,
even more mediocre than male chauvinism the
career or in ;
a career journalism have the urge to visit or live in
does find
of market
instance a for employment in foreign countries for awhile. It is the mark of the educated enhancement of the status of generalist (i.e., the ignorant);
the United States., the self-immolation of places of education.:,
young man or woman to have opened one's mind to'the thrillof higher
demonstrated In
It has been a survey Of business opportunities understanding the structure and the thought patterns,of 5. ARGUMENT What would, the doing away of the
? in non-academic organizations that a German languages and literatures other than one's own.Let's requirement mean in terms of international understanding? '
major with the acquisition of some additional skills has added The inadvertant demotion of foreign products of culture as
chances On the job market. As far argument's sake, examine the old "dropping"bag second-rate
occupational as choice of more closely: or hyphenate, worth knowing only through a glass
'degrees are concerned, the B.S. seems most desirable in 1. darkly; doing our share in increasing intellectual 'neo-
combination with German language skills. Quite a few Argument: What would doing away with the foreign isolationism; accelerating the trend of establishing quick and
languages requirement mean in terms of policy! The final
organizations) have openings for applicants with German abolition of easy educational market values created for immediate self-
language skills right now. one of the most basic components of any liberal gratification.The .

THE SURVEY I am quoting from, which was conducted in the arts official program; the downgrading of our intellectual endeavors; following alternate roads of action are suggested: '
sanctioning of a trendy bias that know is
1973, by writing to 100 business establishments and govern anti-intellectual many I. Change the contents and meaning ,of the debated
ment agencies, resulted in the following points: "((1)) the need 2. ARGUMENT and ultimately What would provincial. of requirement by allowing for area studues (discuss politics or
for German language skills for career and business and industry the'doing away the psychology or the like in advanced foreign language
requirement mean in terms of standards?
Setting a precedent
or in a service organization is far greater than generally tor discussion courses.
ultimately doing with the natural sciences
assumed; ((2)) there exists an immediate need for job applicants mathematics away 2. MAKE THE PLACEMENT of students (freshmen) an
requirements first, then of
all' requirements,
with a thorough knowledge of German; ((3)) in occupational then of logic paving for non-education the equitable procedure in all subjects.
usefulness, German seems to have an edge over academic way ; reducing 3. Attract students for whom learning a foreign language
I other foreign languages; ((4)) German language skills are of reputation of colleges; forcing academicmindedteachers would be a joy rather than a chore; i.e., make the recruitment
foreign I languages and literatures
desirable as a secondary tool, they are most desirable in greener pastures. 'to look for non-biased against foreign languages. .
combination with a Bachelor of Science degree." 4. Admit FORTRAN,the "lingua franca" of the Computer'
3. Argument What would the of the
: doing away
Age as fulfilling the foreign language requirement.
Jim Duval, many other students, and quite a few ad requirement mean in terms of the (average) student'seducation
5. for
Charge less required courses-
ministrators outside Arts and Science are wrong in assumingthat ? A further increase in intake subjects nowadays (.:J. GellinekChairman
the foreign language requirement is just a hurdle to take considered relevant but possibly held irrelevant ten years from

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((1 An answer to cutbacks .G r

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EDITOR I have just finished readingone players had nothing to do. Their numbers SOUTH VIETNAMt'fe',. .,' .' ,

of the most i intriguing reports I have come should be reduced and the work spread more "

across in quite a while. The report is the resultof evenly over the whole of the concert, thus
an organization and method study of the eliminating peaks of activity. 6ieu Nsa

British Royal Festival Hall. For those readers "ALL THE TWELVE first violins) were < ,
:- : ;;
who may not know it, 'organization and playing identical notes. This 'seems un- :, \

method research is carried out to improve the necessary multiplication. The staff of this aC. 'c', '

efficiency and effectiveness of bureaucraciesand section should be ,drastically cut; if a large NVK13IA H1VON ; y' '',, \;.'. ",
organizations.As volume of sound is required, it could be ;,;\\ : ; .r ?
1 read extracts of this report to the obtained by means of electronic amplifiers. :
British government I could not help but be "Much effort was absorbed in the playingof .1 r ., TdogAi rice lieu ,, ., Jf

reminded of the efforts of some members of demisemiquavers. This seems an excessive '

the Florida Legislature,the Board of Regents, refinement. It is recommended that all notes '<"':) '; ".\,
and the UF administrations to drastically should be rounded up to the nearest u41 rxg uab .''
reduce the operating budget of the University. semiquaver. If this were done it would be ,
SOME WANT TO cut here, while others possible to use trainees and lower grade ..It

want to cut, there. Some want to abolish this operatives more extensively.
program while others want to abolish that "TilE CONDUCTOR agrees generallywith

program. The question which in my own these recommendations, but expressesthe is
humble opinion has gone unanswered is opinion that there might be some fallingoff Language necessaryEDITOR
simply this in box-office receipts. In that unlikely
: Just how much can be abolished, '

and just how much can be cut, without event it should be possible to close sections I feel there is a institution of higher learning our times. We are quickly

destroying the effectiveness and efficiency of the auditorium entirely, with a consequentialsaving need to, respond to Jim should not be considered becoming aware, that the
the University? of overhead expense lighting, attendants Duval's remarks which stupid but merciful ,(ex- nations of the world 'are

After reading the following extracts taken ,,etc. appeared in your April 24 pecially if it is to be comparedto interdependent, that no one
from the report by 0 & M to the British "If the worst came to worst,the whole thing issue about this university's requirements in other nation can exist totally alone.If .

government subsequent to a study of the .could be abandoned and the" public could go language requirement. countries). Pointing to ,isolationism becomes our

Royal Festival Hall, perhaps the answer to to the Albert Hall instead. It is surprising to me 'that personal experience, I learneda theme, then let us deport our
this question will become somewhat more such a requirement is conS great deal about the German French and Italianteachers.
evident. D. Barry Lumsden, Associate Professor sidered "useless and ar- structure of language, Including -
For considerable periods the four oboe Vocational, Technical, and Adult Education chaic," using Duval's English, while

phraseology. Learning 'a fulfilling my requirement. "

language is certainly not FURTHER, SAYING that .
stupid; and requiring just one such a requirement is archaic John Baric
year of a language in an goes ,against the realities of .: ; ,4AS
'T.: "

#. ., Cancer' volunteers needed";' : '.

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EDITOR la the very'near, kills, ,and we volunteers, are' help. Thank you.
future, 'hundreds of people working very hard! ,to put the
American Cancer Society out Jay Gebhardt i I

.will be working as volunteers of business. We ask for your ((975 Crusade Chairman,

for 'the American Cancer'

k Society Alachua County.In 'The 'Independent ;.{ ,
L'I oJ' ,..",,'

addition, there will be a direct ,Florida Alligator .;
I mail request,to all faculty and .. 1

!staff-,at. UF This letter is'" t Sheila Drop.rEntertainment Gary BalanoflAssooai '
.' r ,a ,. Editor '* Editor f 't :
signed ,by Education Com' t" .
,.. ..it.t'WI -
missioner' Ralph' Turlington Doug Hakh' "
and it asks for support of the ; ,* Editor

Cancer, Society and for'
Greg Forrcr Tom ShrodtrA
donations, Sports Editor .Newt Editor

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LAST chancel Voxion stereo amp : Beach Probobly RENTS SlASHEDI! Moy
powerful, pretty, perfect. rosewood- the nicest ground floor unit on any North (Special Summer Rates) Mo cO91cQ,
chrom.: $30 headphone included for Florida beoch Priced below oppraited $100 to$125 PER!MO. Zo
free. COM S249-SJOO. 373-0951 (o-St-120-' value Call 378-3950 weekday or 378- All units, 2 BR, furnished with air. Luxury
ERICA'SWORITE Pj)_ 4688 weekend or night (o-IOt-IM-p) feature 'k'
ACCOUSTIC GUITAR Harmony, with, 1968 Mercury Cougar Air-Automatic- Available for lease 'through Aug. 3)t)
Prairie View Mobile STAGEISUNDAY !
COM Wo $130, now $75 or best eHer. rodlo-Excellont asking' 700 alto used 6- Village. LIVE! ON
378-4411 I I 373-3284
Coll SKIPfY.378-0036., Anytime. (o-3t- foot Kenmore refrlg. 75.00 call Bill at!
Available !
)122.p) 392.9663 In Breword (a-St-HO-p) new tenant only 2:30-$5.50 Reserved

I Dorm die refrigerator less than 1 year nikkor! 205mm $170, Vivitar 35mm $65, (b-5t.II6-J MAY 4 7:30-$6.50 ReservedTickets .
old-Perfect lhape Woodgrain Finish-only nikkor 105mm $170 torn loon fisheye
$75 call 393-8028 after.3pm fe....."'....> 145 tekonic meter $30,mutt Mil,or bell 2 roommate needed., (ImnWiotefy.
offers call Mike 377-4436: (o-5t-120- Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 both, at Box Office! ft Rebel l DiscountDONT
This It notice of o tale by public outcry of Pj) pooltide April rent paid. 50 per mo:
lost l or abandoned property recovered plus'*util.Call Undo or Caroline at 376- MISS ITI!
on Of Compos.The auction will be heldin Stereo' components, 20-40 percent off 3421 (b-lOt-Ho-p)
collonode area of JWRU on May 1, list, all major brand available, alt .
1975 beginning at 10:00: a.m. Includedfor guaranteed, call Tom Hahn of 372-1460 for rent for summer \Vk: 2 bdrm opt w- Tr; Gt !
auction will, be approximately 45 between 1 pm 9 pm ((05t1209)MUll ) shag cen. oc, pool Vt mil la compu eat srsk 4a1U!

bicycle, I automobile, jewelry, books, Sell Epiphone acoustical guitar $150-mo. unfurniihed. cad 373-5730 ot
w clothing' eyeglasses, etc. Property that excellent condition, olio a Sony reel to 712-301 unlv garden tr. (b-3t-122-p) 233 West Univ. Ave. 377.3013
hoi been held for 30 days end not reel recorder In perfect condition, $100 Wonted male or female for Regency
claimed by the rightful owner by 10:00: each 377-8705 (e-2t-l23-p) Oak Apt. Own room 103-mo.: : + 1-3
o.m. on May 1, 1975 will be told III this utilities Fool, sauna, tennis court call
public outcry.All) proceed to go to Gator Wedding Traditional Bond, A Engagement Ring el. 377-1076 Available Immediately! (b-5t- iBC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
loon Fund (e-4t-lM-c:) or Contemporary designs !122-pl) _____
choice Handmade for Individual
I'lxz your + .
i Inn Need Wheels I'm telling my completely' who want the bett. Original' work by R..sr .Ir .J'sr I
5 ...rrw .r M.A... rebuilt Suzuki 275 for 450 or a good South' leading Artlw Matter Gold .. -ij\n 915LAST
.few.-MMr-n.----IwtlMM.wuW trade fit equivalent' value Coll 3777519 Smith and lopldiit. Unconditional : f" au:
M .rMM--_ot (e-5M22-p) Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment. only.' DA M. W. t|>r> :
373-3894 (o-49t-105-p) 2.Q$ 4:00,1r1sautIVAso
1 \\ --:7...... BEAUTIFUl KawatoM 750 just rebuilt W. 1)4 55115111
4Yltl.r. .__ I. IN IN 111 banes. clutch, front campner, very fail 70 MH 2br teprt fr kit cent air on nice lot
M.welMlit. 1st 1stIII t In excellent cond need cath. $950 call r
In moll prk w-thed, garden, near M LBR001CS
......__,. IN 1M.nY.ra. 377-8319 ((0-5M22P)
lit .11 14 4. Iound Mnfurn 4 mile to campus Only
Lew N *14 men' 10 spd bike almost new excellent 2 (
I: 1: :: $3,600 373-9510 after MrIt .== Iz! condition tubes and
.. _. UI. new AL" LANSING speaker 1 2-10 Inch
t .._ 1''M III 4114rx.rttw headlight mking $75. call 373(0( pr
+ In each oiled walnut
_::. l.II I: :: :: .I22-p) l3inch.tpeaker ROGER CORMAN Presents,
U...... cabinet high effclency 8 mon old new r
rrrrrrsr ClEAREST SOUND regretfully muM Mil 2 $323 now $225 373-1 106 (o-St-lTO-p( )

rectillnier HI, speakers under warranty. CALCULATOR 4 (function, memory, FEIN'SD -
Perfect, n.w-&IO asking 299 370692 constant, percent, reciprocal' used one
(o-3l-t23-p)_ quarter $50.00 373-2814 (o-5t-131-p) _

$ OO Down, $139 monthly payment for For Sale- set of Dura Ace racing brakes- FEDERICO FElllNIProducedbrFRANCO CRISTAlDI
three bedroom Concrete Block House. 35.00 and Coppl prefacing bike, all 2i 10 4410 SORRY
all SOW titb Av..ITI-4l2l
Why Rent 373-8424 or 374-7198 (o-7t- comp.-460 lee 392-7931 (a-5t- NO PASSES OR 7:30 30
Carry Ml KtV II per W... 121-p) campy> ) TH w. IMI toimvA unit e*|I fctOO?r 7U5 9i3.$, DISCOUNTTICKitSTHIS :

SAlE Tent, sleeping bog, bookpacki, AQHA vrlg Mollion-tuper halter, t ATTRACT .
/1 } clothing,etc. All CAMPING EQUIPMENTON performance proipect. $850. term' SYLVIq-KRISTEL w
SAIL Allen's Aquatic & Troll Center GERMAN SHEPHERD show female 12
3446 W Onlv Ave 373-9233 (Ht-123-c c) wk*. top bloodline.. $150. Also horse Julie Christie goldie hewn
boarded,A AQHA stud< / .
eve (a-3t-124-p) warren beatty

Cinema 4 Kenwood receiver 22 watt per ch.. 2 r7 J
COMINGFRIDAY vltrallneor/ 200 speaker, BSR 310 x Emmanuelle iromcotumbtaPIdures
turntable lloyd cassette deck, headphones A P-BNtata Featuredt
70 album, SOB track $700
Hit SW 16th Ave No. to-5t-124-p)

I 197( Mobile Horn, two bed room,
: living room, front end kitchen auto
stis washer central! air and hear, car port,

********* 5:20lss matt very good safe trailer condition park.furnished 4,50000 In call the errZ

before 9 AM or often 4:30 PM 377-1654
f:30 i Monday-Friday no weekend (o-2M24-
.. ?1)

Old English Sheepdog 3 month old
Tile males AKC Championship blood Knee
i Bargained priced ot $150 378-3541. (o-
R.lncarnatlonAlice. } 5t-121-p)

'" 4.-00 40 of Kalian lessens, complete home study. PRESBHTS
cassette player-recorder, cottette. ,
= =- = -'T.T.; -.r = 8:00 book,never used wo$135.$80 or best 7OXXVT lWAYALL
10:00 Peter Proud offer 378-1756! ofter 5:00: (p-St-HO-p( )


3:30s:3o Moving anytime between Now t Sept. ,
'Uii let u*rent your /house or opt at ro cost.
United Real! Estate 377.4992 (b-fr-115-p)

7130 1:30 Wl CAN HOP YOU FIND A HOME. OR ::8
APARTMENT Joel Bridges, Realtor 404 .

S.W.}4th evenwe, 377-6700. ((657104Chgl SPECIAL GUEST:

AVOID THE FAll RUSH "The Armenian Comedian"
Now lithe time to look for that /house oropt. t
for the summer or loll quarter Colitodoyll 11 .
2s'S Do.sn't Uv. 377-699 (Ot.112-p)
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7. HeN 2 bedroom I both furnished apt fa
sublet lot summer Close lo compw
10,00 Pool,tennis,towno central.*.378-5956!
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TMENTS ore o DRAGI own room In female mature or grad student ESnMATEniJeritt
own M 2 bdrm.
Thome with holf-ocre to ploy en.IfASEI for privacy w to w shop carpet walk in call mobile home torrent $135. per gully gorgeous girl to help hop .C essIfPds
I ok-eond. S W. section fortoIL rio central air + ht sun deck on roof after mo. 5 glenda 376-4446 8-4 or 472-2870 party for 20 dirty young dogs. Call >
766 b 5t-I laundry furn 1 block from campus$90 + (b-fr.l24-p) Peggy after 5:00: pm at 373-<<162 (e-2t-,
Vi utllltlei call Available now lease thru : ) 37G-444G
available 377.7982 (b.51.I2O-p august renew _
2 br forts oportment ) fall: :2 br had
duplex 2 ml taut In no section Wanted crew time !
808 SW manager
1 close to campus$200 mo. (a-St-Hl-p DepotITJ ) large 3bt-Iu. apt cent oc.ihog, pool oc furn TV$149 mo 378-5128 after 5 mil evening mutt be able to work with boys 1620 W. University
37t-3S foundry, saunas $100 security deposit week 1 ad .
doy (o-lt-124-p) 12.14 i have good Irani for more Information I
In J bdrm. trailer. paid, sublet through Sept 15, 265-mh, Quiet
own bdrm. 373-9739 b-St. .needed to share a house Call FIA TimesJnioe 372-4451
Bt ed on I acre lot 17 ml west of g'ville ( 122-p) 3 blocks from OF campus available now (e-31.I 2J-p: )
per mo coil glenda 376-4446 M orile one luxury three bedroom opt available or anytime up to July 1. Mutt rent
2670 after 500 I..molefel l for subletting. Plenty of apace and many through Aug. 31, option to rent fall, call AUTOS
other euro. Call after 7p.m. at 373-2531 373-0939 (b-5t-l24.p I )
wonted landmark
roommate 0377-6290 (b-1a-122-p)
9. Move in now or May I. $47.00 o )_ FOR RENT own bdrm In house 11 Elks Mutt Sell 1972 Honda 350 O, helmet,
+ $25.00 deposit. No lease. Call Only three block from cam from campus own both 50 per month rock,chain Mint condition, call 392-8399
f3r- -bSt1LEWIS -- put..UNIVtRSITY APTS. now for plus '. util. Coll 372-0739
e or come renting (b-3M4-p) ask for ron (g-5t-l24-p)
summer quarter. Special summer HELP neat student or couple to sublet my 1972 CAPRI 4 spared low mileage,
discount rates: June l 16th-Aug.. 31*.One furn for
apt summer at M the
qtr. mo. economical many extras,, excellent
Two bedrooms,
rent $90 + ut. option m roommate next condition only$1795 Colt 3724371 (g3t124gJ .
'111-|3I-rnonth, some carpeted All fall Don 377-9988 (b 4t. FULL DISPLAY OF
J.w4ry furnished. Pest Control. Pets allowed In )_.!_________ '
ompany elected apt. Come In soon, before It', Roommate wanted prefer female, own NATURAL PLANTBtS, HANTS,
CLASS RINGS room In large house, $7250
too late. We hove
on opt. to suit you. AND GRHNHOUSB..AT THE
DIAMONDSWAtCH Air Conditioned. Swimming Pool. You month rent plus V utilities Call 377- PERSONALDon't
> REPAIRS can beat the heat but not the prices Coll 1677. leave menage for Mary. (b-2l- LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.
3764990 or come by the office at 1524 12oC.p) |utt smoke your good health
2)0) W. UnIv nityAv*. NW 4th Ave. weekday afternoons (b- owoyl Stop smoking nowl I can help you 3525 S.W. ARCH RD.

372-4106, 101.1191>) WANTEDShare now) Private appointment. Theodore
Rein 372-7008 after 5 pm.4tl(| H>)
'voi'' Nowlll
/100 ocret to lease Huge lake on property bdrm in 2 bdrm.Frederick Garden 'WANTED)VW Pop Top camper w-atr for'3 .
located off Hawthorne Rd. Only $150 Apts. pool, got barbequo. April rent wk Western Vocation In June. Will pay
moll bee$56.25 mo. + 1.3 ut I. Joe 378-4735 fee plus you use my car while rm gone. TONIGHTHofend
3 bdr Hornet-Wolk to UF we presently (c-St.122.p) Coll 376-5012 (I-5M13-NC: )_
have 6 hornet all walking diitonce to male looking for one or two roomotetfor at
Doing Yoga? Want to get better It? a
UFII fall oaks 377-0615
quarter rengency Want 1 learn ? MICHAEL Center'sFast
to more Yoga ttIiI Law
r United RE AMOC. 3774992 ask for icon (c-S-IM-p)
for three
GEISON hot time more
(b-f.-123-p)_ Wanted pre-profeutonal student with students. Expensive ? Yet, but well Stage Play

Avail Foil Qtr good head to share 2bed-2 bath opt near worth It. Private lessons only.. 378-9609
"Only 6 wkt left to took" vo hospital, this fall 67 + '.utlllll.. Goryor ((I.51.121-p)
Keith 392-7528 (c-5t-22-p! ) '
1. Over 30 opts. near UF KARATE LESSONS ?lie Magnificent
2. $85 month-oil utilities paid 2 responsible female roommate for Small Classes $25 per mote
3. 5 bd hom.-NW section next year wonted to share 2 bedroom 1215 NW 5lh Ave (off 13th St) Men thru "
4.' Duple.et-NW 2 avail. windmeodows opt. 75.00 + Vi utilities Sot even, 7to9 37871312ot10| -p) tSlmtfB
i ty Federal 5. 3 bdr houtet-5 available call after 378-1903 oak for Jo lynn (c-
United Real Estate AMOC. 5t-12H( ) COED'i facial hair removed per. Law Center Auditorium
monently. Call Edmund Dwyer -
Open 9AM-8PM 377-6992 Tlckatt 50c at door"Curtain
(b-fr-123-p) .GOO SilVER Top prices paid tor clan electrologitt over 20 yean experience
Oliver Wsetdep Iiollrles. '
rings old jewelry, etc. confidential, Call Call 372-8039 (lI.fr-I01| ) 8:1: S p.m.
female needed to share beautiful OZZIE 373-3894 (c49t.I05pIWonted )
poolside, new phase, Hawaiian Village Hove trouble standing up for your
THERE'S MORE opt.w-orod students Marling June 1 I. 57 : Single girl to share 1 bdrm rights? meeting people? Women',
mo.Call Ann 373-8367: nHe 373-4788 (b- apart at Brondywlne, permanent Assertiveness Training Grp thus nllettldnt
'" TO SEE. WITH St.123-p)_ person, please come by Monday night mental health ,call 39211715t' (| The cookbook for the
iv footnote needed 50 per month for room after 5;30 N-11S rent' .It 75.00 mo. tee I2O-p'' f '

CAlli'tv In attractive mobile home call 378-9278 Kay (c-2M24-p) OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S. world) wo'r living In
available now address 7117-132 SW America, Africa Students all professions *

Archer Rood (b-5t-lM-p)_ HELP WANTED ond occupations $700 to $3000 monthly. ..-'tt&" _
MIIf' live In a new house for less man itwould Expenses paid overtime, lightteelng. B
cost you to live In on opt 2 bdrm Medical! Technologist needed for 7-3 Free Information.\ TRANSWORLD
TV Channel, A weatner
RESEARCH Dept. G6, Box 603, Corte
far turn,one far fall.Furnished, $100 call and 3-11 shifts In 175-bed acute
antMl, UPI, News New York b-St general Modero, Calif 94925 ((1 MOMI8-p/ ) Nowjn a bl1Rf .new
377-7210 ( 123-p)
care hospital (expansion program In ,
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from one guitarREVIEW for others by taking advantage of open houses.. "
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Leo Kottke's handlingof bad karma.
the intricate,,12-string Apparently future hosts should be cautious as to their valuables when entertaining
guitar should have been friends. Sad but true.
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years of pr ectlcing'can<< do Southern Music Hall.'
for the I muscles.. of the The 41-year-old English composer,
hands complete control.. singer and musician has been producing
Kottke's distinctive sounds from the basic blues
'music was a
cross between classical and f patterns for over*a decade.
country. It was enjoyable r With over 20 albums to his credit
has established himself well in
to listen to and even more Mayall
exciting to ',,'at h as he, :today's,musical world.\ Yet It is strange"
changed chords and 'the man who helped bring the blues to the
Picked with: amazing speed English,cannot read or write music.
and even more astonishing Une of hii better known albums was
ease The music was clean' "The Turning Point, when Mayall put
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Those who have not effectively used skat to portray the rhythm.
heard the most proficient LEO KOTTKE There will be two shows at 8:00: and -
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Healy up to UFfrom down under I

By KEITH CANNON a good doubles player. Apd we get along okay on the court."
Alligator Sports Writer Recordwise, Healy's singles performance has not matchedhis
doubles record. He is 2.2 since assuming the No. 5 spot in .,
Six months ago Richard Healy and the University of the Miami.match. He took one of the Gators' ,two singles .' 1 '.>'':; ":)I.;'('>!:>' t :,,1jJ; :,
Florida men's tennis team were literally half a world apart. victories in that contest and also won in the Pepperdine
But a letter last September to'Coach Bill Potter spanned' match, but has dropped his matches against Tennessee'and s AM
the'10,000 miles from Auckland. New Zealand to Hogtown. Kentucky."I tk
USA. And now the freshman from "Down.Under" is the PLAYED TERRIBLE in both(losses)." he said. "I knowI
starter in No. 5 singles for the Gator netters. can play better. It's just a matter of confidence."
How you might ask, did this'"Tale of Two Hemispheres"start Much of that confidence lies in his serve, which he feels is
? Healy explained. "A fellow New Zealander who had 'his main asset. And he feels he hasn't had to change his style
played in America said this was an ideal school and an ideal since coming to UF, He said "I'm playing the same type of
climate for tennis." The idea of playing at UP appealed to game-serve and voUey., These are fast courts, but it's the
Healy so he sent an inquiry to Potter. After months of same allover the world."
correspondence a UP tennis scholarship offer was on its way With his brief experience in American collegiate tennis
to Healy and Healy was on his way to the U.S., Healy is following in the tennis shoe tracks of several of.his
THE FRESHMAN, who was the New Zealand hardcourt fellow countrymen who are playing at U.S.. colleges and
s champion in the under 19 age bracket in 1973 broke into the universities. Chris Gunning of recent UP I opponent' Pep' ,
UP lineup soon after arriving here during the spring break. perdine is an example.. "We have a lot of good players," Healy' "
He made his debut teaming with Chap Brown in No. 2 said.BUT
doubles. The two freshmen have gone 7-0 since their first MAKE NO MISTAKE about it, he doesn't want his
match together against Wake Forest. country's'tennis success attributed to any influence from the
Asked the reason for their success Healy said "It's difficult other South Pacific mass producer of tournament winners, ..
to explain, actually. Chap is a good doubles player. Australia.
He's got a good serve;and if you have a good serve you can be "New Zealand is well apart from Australia. It (N.Z.) is a
country all its own," Healy said.
and Blue Those people apparently believe in developing tennis
Orange players at an early age,because Richard began playing almost
before he could manage to see over the net. His first time on
the courts in organized play was as a callow youth of eight.
game.Saturday TEN YEARS LATER, he's not exactly a grizzled veteran.
,. He is., however part of a UP team looking for an SEC
UFs spring football game Noon-1 p.m. Gator championship. As far as he knows now he will be playing at
May 3 will begin at 3 p.m. Booster Luncheon No. Sin the SEC tournament in two weeks.
following the annual Picture 1-1:20{: p.m. Gator It might seem that he will be at a disadvantage since he
Day for Gator fans and their Booster Meeting missed four SEC,dual matches by joining the team at mid-
children. | 1 1:20-1:25: : p.m. season. He will be looking at most of his opponents for.the
\ This session will enable all Awarding of Trophies first time. Healy commented that he "really couldn't say"
Florida fans to bring their f 1:25-1:45: : p.m. -Talk by whether this would be a factor but he has one area of experience *
cameras and pose their Coach Doug Dickey to fall back upon. _I, .
t children, or themselves, with 1:45-2:15: p.m. Hall of "I'm used to tournaments more than team games" he said. > photo by bob' wool;
Gator players at Florida Fame Ceremony "It will depend a lot on the draw,.because I don't think 111 be
Field. 2:15-2:45: p.m. Picture seeded." UF'S NO.5 PLAYER RICHARD HEALY I
Complete time schedule for Taking Healy may be a stranger to his opponents now but he came 10,000 miles to play tennis
\ the Orange-Blue Day: 3 p.m. Kickoff hopes to give them a proper introduction at the SEC's.



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TUCKER'S REPAIR AUTO Foreman vs.. five bums


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Complete library heavyweight boxing champ a Joe Frazier and Ken Norton continuously criticized for the
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'Thesis & Dissertations Bomber fought a successionof Muhammad AIL' With opponents. Actually, thisis
PeriodicalsNat alleged challengers in what hemophiliacs like Chuck a charge that is easily
Geographical was labelled,",he Bum-of-the-. Wepner and Joe Bugner being refuted for at least three of '
C SERVICE Month Club." treated as legitimate' Foreman's five foes In
Magazine'Bible. On Saturday April 26, challengers to All boxing's Toronto were alive and
Hard & soft 1975 alleged heavyweight blue-ribbon weight class breathing regularly. This is
covers contender George Foreman
With oil & filter change Medical books gathered all his bums in one

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attended a Mortuary Science Promoter Don King
convention a couple of years (remember his brother Sky?) Lyle.Leading off the Maple Leaf
t ago. Former champion therefore decided to come up Massacre was Alonzo
Morel) t George Foreman wasn't much with a unique GIMMICKthat Johnson who in. the. first
better; he is a true "pretender would combine the round justified his long-
to the throne" in the literal sporting grace of roller derby standing anonymity by
sense of the phrase.FOREMAN with the subtlety of a Chuck displaying all the
than aWallb'fi r WAS Barris game show. And so five aggressiveness of the South
OVERWEIGHT Saturday Christians were to be ,t Vietnamese Army. Johnson
afternoon but he made up for sacrificed to the toothless 'was knocked out in the
4x it by being slow. Gorge-ous lion five men' fighting secOnd'round' and upon
George was not terribly agileat Foreman in the All-American regaining consciousness, was
232 pounds, as his ex-, city of Toronto.AS arrested for impersonating a
,cessive avoirupois caused him A MATTER of fact boxer.A .
to move more like Herman ever since waving the flag at COUPE of Great White
Kahn than Billy Conn. With a the 1968 Olympics, George Prayers Jerry Judge and
baleful stare directed at each Foreman has fought in such Terry Daniels likewise went
opponent George tried hardto places as Jamaica,Tokyo; and two rounds- and Daniels
resemble the late and Zaire the latter undoubtedlythe proved to somewhat of a
unlamented Sonny Liston only department store to ringer by actually throwing a
thoug lacking the latter's host a boxing match. Perhaps few jabs. Then Charley Polite
f abundant wit and charm.Admittedly. George's next bout will be in acted like his surname and.

", the Switzerland so he can pay a backed into the ropes and't
heavyweight division is in a visit to his money.No tried to hide behind his
somewhat moribund state, as matter where he has gloves. .
f fr \\ Finally big Boone' Kirk-
man nearly died in the first
SCOREBOARD. round but recovered to holdon
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f .1 and stay on his feet for the
entire three rounds as Polite

"'- .I had done before him..
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M.OK.N. NMue M1Y4011M..MIN. George Foreman received a
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By KEITH CANNON tiebreaker? to.keep his undefeated string of 25 matches intact. I
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