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VOL.67 NO. 124Iol1hlfd

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,S BySTUART EMMRICH THE MOVES TO INCREASE summer
}x''( Alligator! Staff Writer enrollment are in 'answer to a legislative
mandate that the state schools should
A plan to Jower summer tuition by $5 per equalize the four quarter enrollments for
,t s pyf SR credit hour and raise tuition for the other better utilization of facilities and faculty:
three' quarters by $I per credit hour was' The universities were instructed in 1969 to
approved by the Council of Presidents in increase the summer enrollment within the
Tallahassee Tuesdaa. next 10 years but no ,substantial increases
The surcharges or rebates,would be appliedto have,taken place yet.
whatever tuition fee is being assessed,by the Besides the financial benefits of the lower
4 y$1 4S State University System at the time. summer tuition, York told the presidents they
'k $ iC b THE MEASURE, strongly supported by .ummer tuition, York told the presidents they
State University Syste Chancellor-deisgnate should also consider additional means to
S E.T. York as the best way to increase summer entice students to enroll during'the summer.
enrollments, will come, up for approval at JIM ROBINSON, president of the
Monday's Board of Regents meeting. University of, West, Florida, said his schoolwas
Under the plan, an average student taking attempting to win approval from the
15 hours a quarter would save $30 by attending regents for lowered dormitory rates fee, for
all four quarters.By entering freshmen who elect to enter collegein
enrolling in summer quarter and two the summer quarter, instead of the fall.
i 1i other quarters the student would save $45 UF President Robert Q., Marston although
over the regular cost of going fall, winter and ,voting for' the J incentive program, ,said: he
spring. favored an alternate proposal to levy a sur-
BUT A STUDENT who opted to attend the charge at graduation on students who decidenot
traditional three quarters would.be paying to attend any summer quarter.
$45 more than the regular,cost and $90 more York'said the;surcharge system would be
than the student who."went. summer and "two "too hard to administer."
other quarters. "This (the financial incentive) is the best
SSaf The altered rates would only 'apply at the way to go. It is simpler and easier for studentsto
,undergraduate ,level. No; ,plan has been pay as they'go and not have the chargeaccumulate
adopted in",regards to increasing summer ," York said.

the, law enrollment in the graduate, school.. One drawback of the incentive program
Rolling. ,over If approved by the regents'and adopted by brought up by.several of the presidents is that
the"state legislature the financial incentives there are no safeguards to prevent students
Perhaps the shortage of parking spaces lately has led these 'violators' 'to not only 'program.would go into effect in the summmerof from taking their summer courses at an
ignore the sign, but cut it down to size as wel 1976. .institution other than theer own..
Presidents from the University West,

Mailer/- forced- to battle- audience small Florida. and%-year Florida,schools International In urban ,areas University, said,

influx of
they could not handle the expected
)
'other,students.No .
By DAVID SMITH don't know what the elements of white.and "There comes'a 'point'when the'mind' can'
action was taken however, to amend.
,fir'.,,. Alligator Correspondent, black magic went through that day. take no more.(jealousy.even) if you have to the proposal.
',.
Mailer scoffed the theory that Oswald
The "poetry of paranoia" or "new and could have fired,the fatal shots in the short make yourself stupid to detach it from your
sophisticated forms .of.democracy" are the time he had' ,and drew a scenario in which the'' mind,' he said. Similarly, Americans havewithdrawn
options the United States faces,in the future, assassin was "a petty double agent for both from participation in public affairs ,
novelist Norman Mailer told an audience of the' Russians ,aqd} us." f rather than face the, unanswered
about 500( at Graham' Pond last night. Mailer then went on to depict the "horror questions of history..
Wearing battered bluejeans' and 'armed of horrors" when the Central Intelligence But this"new post-Watergate optimism"ofthe
with a briefcase full of poetry, the Pulitzer Agency (CIA) discovered Oswald was on its nation holds hope that 'we can make the
Prize-winning author told the ,crowd, "We payroll. best out of what possibilities'are ,open.to us,'
have to decide ,whether, we're paranoid or he said. '
"SO IT TAKES no great stretch of the
whether we're being manipulated.
MAILER, WHOSE APPEARANCE was scenario to assume that word went out to THE :ALTERNATIVE 11'to become 'a
sponsored by'Accent 76. called his ''speech eliminate Oswald."Mailer:said, hinting that sludgy species of totalitarian enclaves where
"Poetry and ,Espionage"! and spent.much of Jack Ruby. Osw ald's killer, was contracted nothing. unpredictable ever happens.' he said.'
the evening ,banting hecklers who didn't by the Mafia. The controversial writer frequently engagedthe
believe he,could connect the two. audience in podium 'pugi ism. J
He took the crowdthrough: a short.course The CIA and the,Mafia have a deep and When a woman in he crowd called him a :
in, the' evolution of poetry to an elaboratetheory enduring relationship..the, Mafia has to feel 'male chauvinist he boomed,"I can tell by
of the assassination of President patriotic: and the CIA has to feel that it can the sound) of your voice 'dear lady, that you
John F. Kennedy. handle any situation in the world: are more of a male chauvinist than I am. f
Calling the assassination "our, most' The point Mailer said. 'is that we don't "I'M AN,.'old club J fighter and I get mad
unendurable obsession." Mailer said the know what is going on in this country.' when you miss.,''.Mailer explained to ,hissparring
conclusion ,that Lee Harvey Oswald acted COMPARING the nation's i inability to 'partners around the pond.,
alone in killing Kennedy was"most unlikely." cope with the, unanswered questions about When one man yelled'Fuck you'during the NORMAN,MAILER .
"IPS HIGHLY UNLIKELY but it's ,Kennedy's and subsequent assassinations, 'speech Mailer.. returned the comment twice as\ .an,old S club fighter
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possible..* he said;. "It's possible because ,we Mailer drew an. analogy Jealous lovers. bud' ,,: ?' .,* '.. ,;a" ?


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US pulls out of a sinking Vietnam


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told another, "If you will l help me get out f
States out of Vietnam dressed young man
SAIGON (UPI)-The United pulled "
Wednesday
and left of Vietnam I will give you 200000.
Tuesday The last American officials fled the country Americans could do.
the
it_ up to the Vietnamese to find peace. But there was nothing more the United States 14 ,
The ended an era that cost /capsule I
The Americans were ordered out by new President Duong departure 50,000 lives the last of
than
Van Minh to meet'one of the Communists' major conditionsfor years, $150 billion and'more attack on
Communist .. .
In
U.S. Marines killed a ,
the U.S. Political which were two '' *r
talks an end to presence.
peace the pullout.
sources said the Communists and the Saigon government had Saigon's airport early Tuesday that spurred U.S. abandoned : '

agreed in principle' !Hi to> 'caU. & a,cease-fire i Wednesday.* :" **, 1 Cambodia 4 The evacuation find closed came out 27 U.S.days involvemeht'irf after the Indochina. II'Sdhlesinger'cafls I ; US"Viet

Marine CH53 helicopters protected by Navy F4 Phantom
900 Americans quietly but quickly climbed aboard Americans to
Some
ferried the
failure
gunships
and Marine helicopter
would remember for jets war fight
helicopters for the final flight out. They carriers waiting in the South China Sea. The 7th Fleet vessels
the Vietnamese cries of "please help me! Please helpme another
years were expected to leave quickly, thus meeting UPI-As the last Americans were being
!" that cut even through the noise of the whirring Vietnamese WASHINGTON(
American ships quit
Communist demand -that evacuated from Vietnam Tuesday, Defense Secretary James
propellers.
Vietnamese crowded by the hundreds in front of the U.S. waters. interfere with the Schlesinger said that the long U.S. war effort had "failed,"

Embassy pleading for a ride out. "Please take my.children," The Communists had said the would lived not to their word. but he said the attempt had not been without purpose. ,j

cried one young woman clutching: an American. A, well. American departure and apparently up In a message addressed to 2.1 million members of the

Armed ,Forces, Schlesinger said: "it will be stated that the

futile. In some sense such may be said of any
itself was
collegesat war .
threeBOSTON Mass.
Protests at national effort that fails.
.
involvement was not purposeless. It was intendedto
"Yet our
the home of President Donald Monan to complain about its independence In the
to
three Massachusetts small nation preserve
(UPI) Students at school. The assist a
colleges and universities Tuesday launched springtime operation of some minority programs at the their optionof face of external attack and to provide at least a,reasonable
students said they were keeping open "
and problems.The protesting survive.
protests against minority money chance to
Sociology Building at Brandeis University in Waltham occupying a building.
started at the r I
was seized; a two-day classroom: boycott
Amherst campus of the University: of Massachusetts; and

black Boston students College.picked the campus home of the president of Muskie calls for more spendingWASHINGTON I


The weather was balmy with blue skies and slowly warming
deficit which is the most Ford said he would ac !
$60 billion
temperatures.About Edmund Muskie D-Maine
(UPI-Sen.
100 students took over Pearlman Hall in the center with cept."Could.
of Brandeis campus before classes: began Tuesday. Ben Tai, called on the Senate Tuesday to approve a President budget Ford the federal government spend less?" Muskie askedin
than
spokesman for the Student''Action Group presented a list of heavier spending and a bigger deficit his opening speech. "Not when the very economic stabilityof

for all students involved says he will tolerate. is at,stake.
seven demands calling for amnesty Muskie, the nation
restructuring some fiscal policies at the university, protectionfor With the welcome backing of a key Republican Congress' "The budget committee's near unanimous judgment is that

and more for minority programs.The Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee,opened less and still help millions of unemployed
some faculty jobs money size we cannot spend
classroom: strike at UMASS in Amherst began in first floor debate under a 1974 reform on the appropriate workers and their families weather the worst recession in a
1.
against proposed legislative budget cuts and some of the federal budget in fiscal 1976,which starts July We cannot spend less and still meet our com ?
protest bills piecemeal, generation.
25 cent attendance Usually Congress passes tax and spending and other f
about
other matters. Many classes had only per mitments in national defense transportation
but some schools ,mainly with science and with no regard to their total impact. "

graduate students bucked the tide and attendance was his Muskie committee presenting argued the for proposal spending approved$10 billion by a 10-3 more vote than of programs.Sen. Henry Bellmon, Okla., ranking Republican on the ,

generally high. the committee, backed up Muskie.
$7.5 billion increase over
with resulting
marched in shifts Ford proposed a
At Boston College, about 30 to 40 pickets .



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Bill/ would give $15.4 million boost to collegesBy



DEBBIE IBERT More than $5.3 million for salaries fellowships, which were eliminated in Askew's revenue and $10.1 million from increased
Alligator Staff WriterA $1.2 million for operating. and capital budget. "incidental income" provided primarily by
outlay costs The ,source for the additional l universities the proposed increase tuition in the nine state I
$15.4 million addition to Gov. Reubin Slightly over $1 million for graduate funds would be $5.3 million from state universities.Qudh'tity'or .
Askew recommendations for' next year's
university system budget passed out of the
"'
House...'Appropriations1 Committee /Tuesday '\ "
night. } quality' for education ? I

The committee accepted without, amend- ,
ment its education subcommittee's additionof
$44 million including the $15.4 millionfor By STUART EMMRICH 1 1s'limit the number of students. we educate," he think about capping enrollment. We have to
universities -to the governor's education Alligator Staff Writer added. start thinking about people who want to
budget. MacKay's proposal to consider strict limitson ,attend college as a fixed cost, whose needs
SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBER Rep. future enrollments, apparently a surpriseto have to be met/' Robinson argued.He .
: Richard Modes D-Tampa, said the extra Limiting enrollment in the state university the presidents picked up quick support was answered by committee member
.I money would go to "support impending system may be the only way to provide a from other committee members. 'Curtis Peterson D-Eaton Park who arguedthe
deficits in present (education) bud&rts."' quality education for its students Florida's SEN. PHIL LEWIS, D-Palm Beach, state did not want "to make any mistake
The increased university system budget educators' have been warned.A suggested that the universities consider and let in students who should not be there,
survived an attempt by Rep. Wayne Mixson, state senate sub-committee on educationtold eliminating lower division programs at the particularly in our present financial
D-Mariana to shave $S million from the nine state university presidents nine state schools leaving the community position." _
universities to boost the community colleges Monday night that limited resources for colleges to handle the freshman'and Although MacKay said he favored some
budget. future educational funding will make sophomore levels. sort of limitations on future enrollment he
After a "round robin" of amendments in necessary a "choice between quantity and Lewis, arguing that educational funding explained one alternative would be for the
which both Mixson and Rep. Barry Katun, D- quality." problems"were "going to get worse not bet- state to appropriate a certain level of funding
Miami Beach, each moved to restore $2.5 "THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA are not ter", said it was "time we took a good look" at with the schools left to decide how it will be
million to the universities, the appropriations willing to raise taxes to pay any more for eliminating the lower levels from the spent. .
committee gave the universities the full $15.4 education," committee member Kenneth universities.A THEN THE INDIVIDUAL schools or the
million Vice Chairman Earl Dixon, D- "Buddy" MacKay D-Ocala, explained."We proposal to eliminate freshman and regents could decide which they valued more
Jacksonville, said. are already past making management sophomore classes at Florida Technological better education for a feW or lesser educationfor
THE RECOMMENDATIONS passed in a decisions to cut quality to make up for lost University ,and the University of South more he explained.:
voice vote "by a'good, margin" in the committee resources maybe it is time we started Florida was defeated last.quarter by the State UF President Robert. Q. Marston said
Dixon added and win go to the floor thinking about cutting quantity" MacKay Board of Regents after an avalanche of growing enrollment coupled with declining
of. the house next week for debate. protests.. resources "presents a real problem".
Of all the appropriations subcommittees, said.MacKay's comments came after the E.T. YORK, chancellor-designate of the "IT IS ERODING Very rapidly the quality
only education asked for more money than presidents testified for over three hours late State University System said the proposed aspect of education" he argued.
the governor recommended Dixon said. Monday about the problems they would face elimination would only "shift the burden (of Pointing out UF has already decided to
'. "My only concern (with the $44 millionaddition under the budget recommended for next year. education) to the community colleges who. stabilize its enrollment next year, Marston
) is that we still have other budgets to "AT SOME POINT in the near future we can't handle it any better than we can. said the state "has to address itself to the
1 consider. That money will have to come from have to re-examine the growth of the state York was joined in his objections by Jim problem of limiting enrollment if no additional -
some of the other areas" Dixon said. system. Maybe it is not a blessing but a Robinson president of the University of West sources of revenue are available."
n Included in.the proposed $15.4 million curse" MacKay said. Florida, who said he was "appalled to hear "We are getting to the point where increased -
addition for the universities budger are ."If we are not going to put up the money to talk about having fewer students." enrollment can only mean a decline in
$2.7 million for utility costs fund education properly maybe we ought to "IT IS SOCIALLY regretable for us to the quality of education," Marston said.



\<, Picasso print reported stolen I I



By MICHAEL MYERS Smith had left the metal case containing the Picasso
v Alligator Staff Writer unattended while he carried another case to his car.
Shuler said the case containing the Picasso did not havea
An original: Picasso engraving was reported missing lock but did hare cloth: straps around it.
1 following an art exhibit Wednesday on the second floor of SMITH[ SAID THE second floor of the union was
the J. Wayne Reitz Union according to University Police deserted at the time of the alleged theft and that he
Department (UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. noticed no unusual activity..The case contained prints of
The graphic print entitled"Picasso De Poche," is valuedat greater value than the Picasso, but the missing engravingwas
nearly $1,000.. at the top of the stack.
ACCORDING TO Ross Smith representative of the Shuler said an investigation is underway although thereis
Ferdinand Roten Galleries of Baltimore, the five by seven no proof the alleged theft occurred: in Gainesville.This .
inch engraving disappeared from a closed metal case is the third time artwork has been reported missing

'. sometime after 5 p.m. Wednesday. from exhibitions on the UF campus. A: Picasso was
UPD Investigator Martha Varnes said Smith did not reported missing in October 1974 and recovered the same
'PICASSO DEPOCHE know the engraving was missing until Thursday when he month and a Rodin Auguste painting is still missing froma
,valued at nearly $1,000 reopened the case at an art show in Orlando. Varnes said 1973 exhibit.



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,: / grad jailed/ for shielding/ .sources;

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ByTERRlSALT Tierney who graduated "'from .UF I in public information. was denied.: \ I ?
Alligator Staff Writer December 1973, pleaded the Fifth Amend Explaining that charges would be droppedif UNTIL THE APPEAL is considered
ment because "If I reveal my sources, no one she reveals her sources, Tierney said Tierney said she will probably have to spendthe

Mary Jo Tierney goes to jail today.A will ever give me information again." {'They've offered me immunity and, I said time in jail. ,

UF journalism graduate and former .DESCRIBING.THE CONTEMPT chargeas absolutely not." ,
Alligator reporter;,Tierney was charged with an "infringement my rights," Tierney The Cocoa Today is appealing the case in Tierney admitted she (is not looking forwardto
contempt of court Monday for refusing to also said the grand jury investigation is the West Palm Beach Appellate Court her jail term but she added "It's a matter oft

reveal the sources who gave her information ."financed by. the. ,public" and: should, be, .1',j because a motion to post bond. for. "'Tierney principle. I,don't. think I have any choice."
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judicial circuit's state'attorney's. '. .i' "
A REPORTER for the Cocoa' Today, '

Tierney must spent six hours in the, Brevard Bill to aSSUre schools" accreditation
County.Jail in Thusville today then appear :
before the grand jury next Tuesday, where she ,
said she will again refuse to name her sources.
Tierney said the judge "concerned with .. .' ...BDEBBIEIBERT public, applies to the accreditation: agencies IN OTHER ACTION, the HouseEducation'Commlttee''aPPtOVed
grand jury leaks" told her unless she names : ':. .Alligator Staff Writer which Florida's public schools belong to. in concept"a
her sources Tuesday she will "probably spend The committee: also passed a bill to place committee billwhich trim excessive red-
30 days in jail with a $500 fine." The House Education Committee: Tuesday one student 'on the Board of Trustees for tape ,for'certain..state agencies.The proposed

Tierney ,said John: Bartosek.,,,also a UF unanimously passed a bill which would save community colleges and referred back to, "flexibility package" was referred back to a
graduate, wrote stories about' a.grand jury state schools, from'disaccreditation. subcommittee a committee bill to reduce subcOmmittee'for technical changes.
investigation regarding "possible miscon- The committee bill resolves a public bureaucratic redtape in some state agencies.The .According to committee! ,staff member
duct" in,I the, office of the state attorney records vs. accreditation dilemna which committee bill which passed Tuesday Marjorie Sheikman.the major part of the bill
Abbott Herring: developed when .Attorney General Robert would exempt accreditation: : agencies, which "reduces one layer of redtape": .from the State
THE INVESTIGATION was soon exanded Shevin ruled that state schools could not use include out-of-state and private schools as University System by allowing the Department .

to cover, the ,Melbourne Police Departmentand state money to pay membership dues in any well as Florida's public schools,,from havingto of Administration (DOA) to delegatesome
city hall records. organization which refused to open all its open all their records to comply with of its approval authority to those offices
Both reporters were called before the grand records to Florida' citizens. Florida law. closer to the managerial level -the Board of
jury and asked to reveal their sources but SHEVIN SAID the Public Records Law, AN ACCREDITATION AGENCY wouldbe Regents, university presidents department

Bartosek was released because "he 'didn't which requires any organization which required to open io the public only those chairmen for:example.
know anything," Tierney said.Faculty receives state funds to, open its records to the records on Florida public schools and the
business records of accreditation
agency
I in court opposedBy itself.
"The bill narrows the definition (of the
Public Records Law) make clear
to
exactly
LESLIE GOLAY but I disagree that faculty are hurt that much .'da
what the state intended have ,
to
Alligator Staff Writer by not being part of the hearing'process. It committee staff director Gus Turnbull open
Proposed faculty .participation in Honor would be'tokenism to put two faculty
,Court hearings would "shake :the entire members on it." explained.
foundation" of the workings of Student Student Sen.: Ken Ofgang said he was Accreditation agencies notably the
Southern Association of
and Schools
Government, Student Senate President Kevin against faculty being appointed to the hearing Colleges
(SACS) accredit schools
themas
Malone said.Malone body because "the Honor Court is a system by accepting
told Vice President for :Student conceived by students for students. I tend to members. The schools pay a yearly
Affairs Arthur Sandeen if Tigert steps in"arbitrarily" think of the student constitution as a membership fee, and every five to 10 years are

and orders faculty on the Honor covenant and any breach of that covenant evaluated according to standards set by the ,
Court it would "relegate our entire system to would be a bad precedent." agency. ,a s

nothing but advisory., SANDEEN SAID, "I'm well aware Of the

"NINTY-FIVE PER CENT of the (changes problems. I don't want to tell the'senate whatto ACCORDING TO SHEVIN'S ruling, the 4
asked for in' the) 'report can be changed do. I'm sure there is some procedure! ,to accreditation agency must sign a statement
through normal legislative procedure. The arrive'at some" concensus 'to settle' this that all its records are open before a Florida
senate can resolve everything on its own. I'd problem." public school can send in its dues. If the
like to think the senate does something rather Discussion also centered
on a recom- agency refuses, the school may not use state
than letting higher forces do. our... work," mendation to keep a notation on a student's funds to pay membership fees.,
Malone said. grade transcripts for five years after he is Not paying fees, which are based on an
The future of the Honor Court whether it convicted of a cheating offense:: Presently, institution's enrollment, would eventually cost
will be abolished and replaced with a student when a student is off his probationary periodhe the school its membership in the agency and .ROBOT SHEVIN .

,faculty Honor Council, will depend! in part on can ask that the record be removed."I its accreditation. .oppoMS accreditation. bill

: reactions from the student and faculty senates ,.don't think it is" .anybody's .business UF has not yet paid dues to the SACS this Administrative approval'currently
and current Honor Court officials. that involved in passes
someone was
some scrape because the association had
year
not signed through three levels: the DOA the ,
Sandeen called .an., open meeting on while in school here" Sandeen said. the required affidavit and regents
recommendations made by the Task Force for TOM GOODALE, dean of student FELIX ROBB SACS university officials.
services director
said the Turnbull said the bill, which consisted of 11
Judiciary Affairs ""to"give people with Sandeen.
an, op- agreed would
agency not sign the statement because different
sections subcommittee
was returned to
portunity to say what.-theylike about the "I'm against penalizing a student once_ he it was"too all inclusive -we're not to.
willing
recommendations. May 30 is the deadline for leaves the university," he said. open the records of;Institutions which are not because, it. .contained "too many

final action on the task force report. Petersen ,said he: thought a., public .governed by the state of Florida." subjects.
One the
THE 16-MEMBER task force of of bill's measures to change the
eight reprimand was the b deterrent, to cheating The association
has
students and eight faculty, after two quartersof from the practical 'experience he's had with records Florida agreed to open all beginning of the fiscal year from July to
concerning
Honor public schools and October will probably be taken out of the
studying the' Court and the Honor cheaters last quarter.: its business
System. recommended faculty' involvement on Craig Mitchell, student member of the task required own by the record amended) to Public the public, as committee bill and made into a separate bill
Records
the hearing body in order to include all I parts force, said the' notation was necessary Turnbull said.
of the university community. because, "graduate schools want to know Law.The change in the law's A: bill to put ,a ,student. on the Board of
Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen what happened. SACS to sign the less wording allows the' Trustees for' community colleges, cosponsored .
"inclusive"
said "The initial philosophical stand of the Sandeen said another input hearing on the permits statementand by Reps. Eric Smith, J D-
state schools
Honor Court, was that ,it be run for and by recommendations would be held Thursday, and retain their to pay their dues Jacksonville" and Robert McKnight. [D-

students. I agree that we need faculty input May 13, at:4: _p.m. in the Union.. creditation. membership and ac- Miamipassed through 'the, committee Ute
Tuesday.,


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STUART EMMRICH into using funds'from federal v
revenue sharing He said the
Alligator Staff Writer '. sources for more educational :financing. back this week committee and look at was the going to "go Appropriations subcommittee, also received
figures to see
what additional support from the senate panel.
After ,months, of .financial crises and The, proposed addition would not exceed funds are absolutely

slipping campus morale, state universities gota S13.5 million, however, which is the minimum necessary.A VOTE ON the One of the top priorities of university officials
little good news Monday night. increase E.T. York, chancellor-designate of Monday and will budget is expected by next lump sum funding would change the
The education subcommittee of the state the State University System, estimated wouldbe Friday.A possibly come out this concept of state funding from strict item-by-

Senate Ways and Means Committee, after a necessary for the universisites' to operate subcommittee item budgeting to a ,more flexible method.In .
marathon session of testimony by without "inflicting great damage." approved a $15 million in the House recently other action Monday,the committee also
representatives from the nine state schools THE PROPOSED budget appropriates system, with the increase for the state approved an additional II I career service
indicated some increased. funding might be approximately $236 million for the ,state to come from higher majority of the added funds positions be added to. the UF Health Center
tuition.
available next year. system next year. This is about the same level The state Board budget.,
THE COMMITTEE passed a motion to of funding under which the schools operatedthis approved a tuition of Regents have already The positions will be'used in the operationof
: explore the possibility of increasing the level year. students. increase for state system the UF dental clinic.
of funding for the university system State Senator Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay legislature Although not yet approved by the Other requests additional funding for
recommended by Gov Reubin Askew explained the committee was acknowledgingthat cenain.! officials l say approval is almost the health center will' be studied by tM
Committee chairman Bob Graham. D. the schools would have
some trouble LUMP SUM committee later this #eek.
Miami Lakes suggested the committee look operating under the proposed budget. schools, already FUNDING for the state The request includes a$325.000 increase for
approved by a House i ia
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; LESLIE GOLAY with friends to decide the strongest possible combination. I
SG Treasurer-elect) had considered
I Staff Writer "CALEB GRIMES ( I
Alligator out amiably,
running for president also but we worked that

Jim Eaton found out fast that being Student Bodr Eaton'said. For McGovern, said
Students
was chairman of
r sacrifices.. Eaton, who
President requires personal working with his new vice
I Last'Saturday, he skipped his little brother's high school he could not, forsee any problems chairman of Students for
who
baseball game to go to Tallahassee to help' save the new president, Dan Lobeck/ was. I. *

Florida Student Lobby. Nixon. I looking for
was
because
Dan to' run
EATON SAID HE first decided to run for president during "I asked had done lot of work and had a lot to
/ qualifications and Dan a SG VICTORS
. winter quarter. 'He' be the perfect,person for vice presidentsince
,it.
for can
show
somewhere else ticket
, "Last fall I was seriously considering going the'cabinet and knows how to make it .Action
he has worked in
for law school but I decided to stay here and stay involved. I ,
went around to talk to people to see how they felt and see if work," Eaton said. close with Dan to make sure we '
"I'LL TRY TO keep things
they wanted to work with me." for ,,
when we're speaking ;
In looking for his party's running mates, Eaton sat down 1 1I don't go off in different directions and '\ ...
SG. If we don't agree when we're talking to the regents i J", .
the legislature then they can play one off another,""he said. <.\ ,' :
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I Eaton, 21, is a Florida Blue Key member and was senate ,! .
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..
president from spring 1974 until he lost reelection fall 1974. ..r..... ." ", '
Throughout the campaign Eaton was accused of running ,.. !t,:.' H"" ;I
with the fraternity bloc. However Eaton never joined a ;, \ !: "
-
fraternity because he "simply didn't feel like it at the time. -

r ( ,,1', EATON SAID, "I see myself as a liberal. I got out in the was ten years old his family moved to Ft. Myers from West
streets a couple of times. I'm not sure if it was more spring Virginia.

\ JIM EATON madness than political activism though." Eaton will graduate in June and enter UFs College of Law

.'won't be PO One of Eaton's goals is to restore $G respectability. "I'd in September.
t like SG not to be a laughing stock anymore. Just the lack of "During the summer I plan to take courses in my major
?.. scandals In our campaign shows that we did something right (political science)that I've always been interested in," he said.

.Y. this time." As far as his future is concerned. Eaton said, he wants to bea
POUI'I "I plan to go back to the dorms once a quarter and get lawyer and practice in Florida. He just can't decide where he
feedback about student's concerns. I want to be more' accessible wants to practice.

and visible right off," he said. MI LIKE FLORIDA as a whole. I just. can't decide on an
I I EATON, A DARK haired Taurus has one brother who individual place," he said.
t lives in Ft. Myers with his stepfather and mother. When he Eaton said several times he expected good relations with

the press and would hold open Interviews while choosing

to leave SG post applicants feel the for press SG can cabinet be very positions."I beneficial.. How can people be a

Merryday fair judge of what's going on if they don't know. Word will be

given out constantly on'what we're doing. As a matter of fact,
the press will probably get sick of hearing from me" he said.

he ran it-quietly EATON SAID HE was going to let his new Honor Court
the same way Chancellor Byron Petersen "take the initiative"on proposalshe

himself has for restructuring the Honor,Court.
'Another reason for students' lack of faith in SG in the past shouldn'tbe
the Honor Court
DEBBIE ERICKSON "I see no real good reason why
By "
was 'a "long string of resignations but "none of usMerryday's that innocent
Alligator Staff Writer open. I just want adequate safeguards people
he said.
) have resigned, "
administration
( won't have their names mucked around Eaton said.
In spring quarter 1974 SG President Tyrie Boyer resigned Eaton in his is "the
job
On May 9, Student Body President Steve :Merryday'will National Guard officer The main personal advantage sees
Florida
12-week
after enrolling in. a satisfaction in you've accomplished:
leave office. Many UF students are unaware of his accomplishments personal saying
In the because he has "consciously"kept training course. something."
past year 1973 SG President Sam Taylor
a low profile."I IN WINTER QUARTER "I LIKE THE experience of meeting and working with an
do not believe it Is the responsibility of the SG officials to and Student Senate President UF Gary students.Rutledge resigned awful lot of people who will be friends for the rest of my life.

play to the papers. Sending press releases would take up too because"Little they things"were such not as registered closing the street from the Hub to It's the people you meet that makes it all worthwhile" he
much time which could be spent working," Merryday said.S1MMERRYDAY'.
election laws were also Important said."Sometimes
carsacd
Tower to new
Century I feel that being Student Body President is a
I accomplishments; Merryday said. pretty dubious honor the way some people on campus think
front the tower was one of the highestaccident
I I "The corner in of "
about it, he said with a chuckle. "More'people across the
locations on campus. state think more about the position than those here on c am-
'THE NEW ELECTION LAWS forced people to campaign do."
Last I was embarrassed that pus
more personally. year said. Eaton said he was not out to be a headline grabber andwould
he'
and junk cluttered the campus
campaign signs
said there "two "try hard not to be pompous. I hope other people will
the Merryday were
.kept low profile main Reflecting things I on wanted past to do year this year that did not get done. tell me whatever's wrong with what I'm doing. If I don't try to
maintain an information flow then people won't have a good
in academic
become active
"First I wanted the senate to
and second I wanted a higher quality of participation' opinion of what I'm doing.!' _
policy
,EATON SAID HE'D like to have more student input in the
p. in the university:committees.: '
"STUDENTS-CANNOT or do not participate as much as selection of entertainment programs.
I they should in the committees. Sometimes it is because the "We need to have t spring thing like a'Halloween Ball. I'd

...---- ... _--.. students appointed do not have any prior knowledge about like to"see one big spring blow-out behind Hume Hall,
,the committee or :its functions or they are not ,notified of maybe.
"I THINK IT,is more important to'try to influence the committee meetings" he said. He also said he would lobby i in Tallahassee for the

legislature and try to keep fees down than to be in my office Merryday said not getting excited or letting his temper get legalization of marijuana if he has the time for it. "I feel that

from 3 p.m.to 5 p.m. every day" he said. out of control is the most important thing he learned this past everyone would agree that that is a legitimate concern of
Merryday said his most personally satisfying accomplishment college students everywhere. I don't think I would be a good
was "the installation of a ramp for the handicapped year. ......-.-......-............., representative if I didn't work for its legalization.
in front of the J. Wayne Reitz Union." EATON SAID HE would "actively try to get more women
"I think it is degrading for a handicapped person to have to ox x : involved in SG." and he defended Lobeck's opposition to

be carried upstairs" he said. I admitting women to Florida Blue Key in 1973.
HIS MAIN "tangible accomplishment" has been keeping Women who were denied admittance to the all-male

dorm rents from increasing, he said. honorary leadership organization threatened to have the
"When I entered office last spring, the Board of Regentswere organization's funds cut oft:

considering a proposal to raise dorm rents $10 to $17 forth GIVING A SPEECH Eaton explained that Lobeck was only against the women'i
.. ,
4975-76 school year. ... :Tarnong SG duties methods.
Next year there will not be an increase in dorm rent and: .. "Dan was ,for having women in Florida Blue Key but they
linen service will be optional, costing students $10 if they elect were trying to cut money off and Dan said 'no'. Eaton said.
to take advantage of it. he said. BESIDES WORKING to aggressively recruit all students
"PREVENTING THE RENT increase saved students into SG cabinet positions and programs Eaton said he will be

living in dorms S10 a quarter which is more than they .. going to Tallahassee often to work with the regents and
contribute to SG all year," he said. legislature, like Steve Merryday outgoing Student Body
"Intangibly," Merryday said his administration has : President did.

restored'a lot of faith in SG.. But unlike his predecessor, Eaton will not have an unlisted
As evidence Merryday cited the 21.5 per cent voter turnoutin "You must learn to take criticism, he said. "If'it is well telephone and has promised to maintain regular afternoon
take it and if it is not, learn "
the recent spring SG elections. placed you must to ignore it. )>office hours.
ALTHOUGH THIS was a five per cent increase over the The only drawback to the office is the short term, said At the moment he said he has no plans for a "big political

1974 SG spring elections, an Alligator survey of UF,electionsin Merryday. future" and is not even sure if he could "take the campaigning -
the last decade showed the 1975 SG elections ranked only "You get good at the job, get bills in the.student senate and again. I talk sometimes
.' ,. temptsscd) and the term is over"M rryday got sick of hearing myself
get id.
seventh in voter turnout. , .. . . . .... .. .. ............. ........................ . .but> at least I was able to say what I thought.. .
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923 W. University Avt.Goinsvlll r SG treasurer election validated I

., Fla. 32601 .
By DEBBIE ERICKSON validated.4
377-4226 Alligator Staff Writer The missing signatures were "probably due to the oversightof
The results of the SG treasurer's race were finalized at poll workers," Simmons said. Five students who forgot to
Monday night's election commission' meeting. sign the sheet before voting have contacted Simmons.
Action party candidate ,Caleb Grimes was officially After making the commissioner's decision Sherman said
declared the winner with 2,120 votes Florida Student Party "I am very satisfied that Scott has spent the last couple of
(FSP) candidate Greg Sherman received 2,108 votes. days and has found no conscious effort to defraud the student
( t Last Wednesday night, FSP ,requested b recount of the body. .
..f'Vt; AitkeaticAnerican votes in the treasurer race because of only a 12,vote,difference "I.am personally satisfied the results are legitimate and \
between the two candidates. ;. \- request the election commission not pursue it any further," he
Although there was a,28 vote discrepancy between the said.Simmons
public counter and the signature sheet Director,Elections said the election commission members will serve
kdian Scott Simmons recommended the treasurer election be until their terms expire on July 30.


Jewelry I WHAT'S HAPPENING. 'I

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By TOM VEENSTRA BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK Free blood pressure checks
Alligator Staff Writer will be snons red by the Circle K club May 1 through 3 at the '
J. Wayne Reitz Union Colonnade from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ,For
SIGN LANGUAGE Learn and interpret the language of the more information call Circle K at 3921678. {
deaf Thursday at 7 p.m. at the A.Q. Jones Building 716 NW TALK "Living Plant,Correlation of Continental Drift" will
-: \ 10th St. room 24. be the subject of Dr. Dana Griffin tonight at 8 in room 213
WATERPOLO A free innertube, waterpolo and swim-in will Floyd Hall. For further information call 3922233.
be held at Broward pool tonight from 8 to midnight. ELECTIONS PE, HE RE College Council Elections will be
LECTURE Dr. Raymond B. Nixon, prominent LatinAmerican from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the front entrance,to Florida Gym. .t ,
Journalist and Professor Emrritus at the Universityof G.s.U. The Graduate Student Union will meet'to elect new
Minnesota will present a discussion and lecture at the homeof officers for 1975-76 tonight at 8 at the Episcopal Student
Professor R.N. Pierce, 4710 NW 13th Ave., at 8 Center, 1522 W. University Ave. All graduate students are
A Combination
Unique of Nature'sBeauty tonight. Students and faculty are invited. "Bring your own invited to attend.
And Craftsman's Pride beer," requested. YOUNG DEMOCRATS The Young Democrats invite all
LAMBDA GAMMA PHI, LGP will present a guest lecture by interested to their legislative lobbying meeting Thursday at '
? Dr. Dailey, D.V.M. from the USDA Regulatory and Broward Hall room 100. For more information contact Lisa
rash..II.-.u. dicov.r.d 1M.,1101,,01''h.Am.sicas Indus with h...p.c,....
maridsip uOIul compoolios and "."."_"1 workmanship I. this.cII.\I, coUoc1lO., Quarantine Dept. in Miami tonight at 7 in room 211 Sellers at 373-2271.
yaw 11 h.d on.-rd-.bind.rsicls. ho.dcofted d.II"..oI.h"\lIII.. ., many with h.."."'. Mechanical induction
oIluquo,..and coral by artisans of Ih.N..oo, Hop, So.lo Domingo..d gum,...boo c.... Engineering Building. CIRCLE Ki Circle K will have an banquet
.M.nd talk wilt boss ivmcrovi quash blossom DtckUrM. sings binlll p.ndast..srrmg. kmh KlKkl MchUm and concha bHl throw Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Florida Field. For more information For more information contact the Circle K office at 3921638.
FROM $6.99 to $18.00Bookland call ,Tom 392-9304 or Ron,at 392-0540. COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat Club will meet tonightat
"\ LECTURE The Latter-Day Student Association will presenta 7 in room 347 Reitz Union.
lecture by David J. Burton on 1"The New Light,Vision of ECK-SATSANG:3Fhe Gainesville Eck-Satsang Society will
Joseph Smith" Thursday at noon at the Institute of Religion hold an introductory talk tonight at, 7:30 in room 121 J.
Repreaewtatives Will Re At (north of Norman Hall on Southwest 5th Avenue.) Wayne Reitz Union.
Thursday Moy Friday May 2 Saturday May 3 STUDENT SERVICES "Teaching You The System" COME TOGETHER WUFT Channel 5 presents a return
presents Dr. Lucille Wilson from the ,School of Nursing appearance by Gamble Rodgers tonight at 11 and a samplingqf
tonight at 8 at the Village Park ,Apts.,recreation room, 1000 transcendental meditation May 3 at 11 p.m.
SW 16th Ave. All interested students are invited to attend. BADMINTON CLUB The Badminton Club will have its club
OBJECnVISMi Students of Objectivism will meet Thursdayat meeting today at 8 p.m. in the north 'side of Florida Gym.
BOOKLAND 7:30: p.m. in room 150B in J. Wayne Reitz Union: Meetings are open to the public, and equipment will be
STUDENT SUPPER The United Methodist Church 1320 provided. For more information, call Dave Zarco, at 392-
W. University Ave.,will sponsor a student supper tonight at 6 7228.
Gainesville Mall for $1.NOWt. MATH MAJORS A meeting for all math majors will be held
.
"Women Unlimited" will be the topic at the NOW today at 4:30: in room 215 Walker Hall to elect representativesto
378-0551 meeting tonight'at 7:30: in room 349 J. Wayne Reitz Union. the Arts and Sciences Student. Council and to discuss math
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of the 1920's, was said to have made a small q ':: \
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fortune running bootleg wiskey during /.;
: prohibition. Capone realized people weren't goingto

quit drinking because there was a law against it,

and he capitalized on that fact.,

a Today we face a similar situation with the laws -
banning marijuana possession. In the last 10 years x..;

the number of arrests for possession of pot in the

U.S. has soared, from an estimated '18,815 in 1965,
to 420,000 in 1973.
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In spite of this an estimated 26 million people; in .

1972 had tried marijuana, and of these, 13 million -73I11ON

were reportedly regular users. .,.
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These figures indicate that vigorous attempts,to II'. "

curtail the use of pot are largely in vain. One resultof

this legal impotence is a growing disregard and

disrespect by pot users for existing laws.

Florida House Rep. George Sheldon recentlyfiled CUT & RUN

a bill to make first offense cases of possessionof

up to an ounce of marijuana only 'violation 'or

civil infraction, punishable by a maximum fine of Womenfolk and kids saved

$100. Currently Florida law provides ''for ...
possession of more than five grams (about one-

sixth of an ounce) a felony punishable by up to five Have you been feeling safer lately as you walk the streets of Can these be the leaders of tomorrow? Would Richard
years in prison and a $5,000 fine. ,Gainesville? Nixon have said such a thing back when he was climbing over
You should be. The local police have just put on one of the transoms at Duke? And most importantly, 'does Grand
greatest shows of efficiency in the history of law enforcement. Rapids, Mich. have a porno shop? Or any bookstore, for that
We believe this proposal is an overdue and /
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but matter
MURDERS, RAPES, and robberies may go unsolved
welcome awakening, considering that in 1974, 72.5 when it comes to the big stuff,our boys in blue are on the ball. And it's not only the youth of Gainesville that has been
per cent of all narcotics arrests in Florida were for It took them only two days to get a summons to Gainesville's corrupted. That old porn peddlin' Fred Lee Sykes said that a
marijuana. This included 22,681 arrests, 20,360 of newly opened pornography shop. 70-year-old man spent about IS bucks in the back of the store
which were for possession only. This ,may have been the most impressive display of watching dirty movies. At 25 cents a throw, that's 60 dirty
governmental efficiency since the U.S. Congress shoved movies.
The conclusion is inescapable. There is a dirty old man
In Gainesville alone in 1974, 68 ,people were lurking somewhere around Gainesville.
arrested for possession and another 38 nabbed out BRIAN DONERLY Your mission, my fellow crusader for morality (should you
in the county. choose to accept id.ls) to find this dirty old man and steal his

The harm caused to a young person by a L OPINIONthrough raincoat.And when that's done we can turn to the business at hand:
making Gainesville a fit place to live ,again.
conviction for possession is out of proportionto
way We can start by doing away with all the other dirty
the degree of good it is likely to achieve. Felony a bill banning local blackouts of sold-out magazines in town. And I don't mean just the obvious ones
convictions almost always blight the future of professional football games. like "Playboy" and "Penthouse." Some supposedly
youths who are unlucky enough to be caught with And there was'no pussyfooting around with the charges 'respectable magazines are just as bad.
pot. either.The government laid it right on the line.' Did you see the cover of"Newsweek" for March 3? It had a
It has charged that store clerk Fred Lee Sykes "did stark naked fetus on it. And the March '31 issue was even
One indication of the effectiveness of Florida'slaw knowingly sell or distribute a certain obscene, lewd worse. That one had a cover featuring a Vietnamense baby
is the fact that. many law. ,enforcement lascivious filthy, Indecent, immoral, sadistic or masochistic without a stitch of clothing on.
magazine."_ It should ,be noted that the God-fearing people of Dallas
authorities have'privately adopted policies of I would hope that's enough to bring the decent people Texas: did not put up with that last cover. They"covered up
nonenforcement, looking the other way instead of among my readers to a peak of moral indignation. Those that. baby.
making arrests for, mere possession of marijuana.In charges alone should spark a moral crusade Gainesville.Of From there we can proceed to put pants on stray dogs and
course, there are probably a few pinko commie perverts do all the other things that have to be done to make
October 1973 Oregon passed a law almost reading this column. And they want to know: "Where can I Gainesville a decent place to live. '
identical to Sheldon's proposal. A year and a half get this good,stuff?" You may be asking yourself how we are going to finance
district Well I'm not going to tell you. this worthy venture. After all,there are a lot of naked dogs in
later a attorney,in that state observed that I'm not going to be a party to the corruption of the youth of Gainesville.We .
police were'spending more time working on more America. It's'bad enough already. can do it the same way the city is financing its part in
serious crime, young people and police had You can tell that just from talking to Fred Lee Sykes., the crusade. Before the porno shop opened, the city hit it up
developed a better rapport, and the number of He says,that when,college students walk into that den of for a business license and an amusement license.'That gave
court cases awaiting trial had been reduced by one iniquity" the first thing they say is: "Let me see somethinggross. the city: plenty of money for closing it down.'
third. And you,thought your government was,stupid 1


Sheldon estimates that Florida currently spends Ron Cunningham David Klein

about $15 million a year on a losing battle againstpot. The Independent EdNonlit-Chief Managing6ditor

., With this in mind we believe it's long past GeorgKochonlec Jr, ,,, DonnaBrugmon
time for a new and sensible approach toward the Florida Alligator Photo Editor Layout Editor

problem, and we believe Sheldon's approach is the
answer. (111 Gmtlican MlndlKelmon Jody Corlln i
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We commend Alachua county Rep Sidney
RA'Tony' K.ndzior
Martin for publicly endorsing this bill, and urge James V.Cook ..*..' .AIaIa1ant General General Manager ,
his fellow local representative Bill Andrews who Mra. Evelyn! Best .. I.... ...o... ,.-,..".."....... ..... .Admlnillrativ.Manager Assistant Pub.lithed. byr.HMIflMH
has voiced 'opposition 'to carefully consider the Ann.Molphurs .. .. :.'. I ..'........,)Y. .......i...,............ .......BOolrk..psr ; C.onimiMIM"".. 'III"
'C.Roy Shipp ,. .,... ... ','...... ......,............. ... .Business
facts and support it. Tom MacNamara .. .. ..... ... .f.:..,...;............. .....I.. ,AccounlOnt Monager .O. Ion 13266 University
,Roy McGee Jr. .:.. j. ...;. .......'t'I.r/, "". "."'".....:. ....e. .Adver1lllng' ",,Station.:Gainesville. Florida with
We also urge Sens. Bob, Saunders and Buddy Donna Lubrano ... .. ., ...of. ....... "...,...,.. ......r....., .Advertising Coordinator Manage office behind the College Inn.
' the Senate end to lend their Acey Harp.r .. . ... .. ','......t\ ... ;.. .....:.....Special c 1728 West University'wttt1J...
Coordinator
MacKay, on supportto Lynda Homisr . .'. .. .. :... .... ,;...... .......Adver1lllng Production Business Office phone 3764446.
the measure. Don't make the same mistake Lynn Sokle: . . ....; ...,h.... ..... ......... ..editorial Production Monager Editorial Deportment: 376.4*
. prohibitionists did, chances are you aren't going to Jim Espollto . .". ... . ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ....Editorial Production Manager Advertising and Production 'I
, I win. Glenda Martin .. .. .. ..... .... ..........Circulation i(Iauifled Monager Manager Departments: 376-4482., i



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EDITOR Dr. Howard Appledorfs dare not forget that you yourself consist of

criticism of health foods prompted me to billions of cells that rely on that same

put in!little plug for common sense. It mechanism.
doesn't require a Ph.D. or scientific
Granted, one needs ';'
to be informed to
verification to understand the virtues of
natural food though this is easily found. guard against misinformation. But what
are the ,facts surrounding "civilized
.common: sense,
Simply '
diets"? The incidence of diabetes, peptic
Common sense tells me that living the
ulcer, intestinal
diverticulitis, dental
intended is the
nature way to stay :
way caries, renal
stones, and heart disease have
healthy. Nature did not intend for peopleto y
all soared over the 50
past EXCEPT
years \
storehouse nutrition
take her perfect ,
where
people still live on their traditional
remove the most beneficial elements, diets..
destroy many more in the name of shelf-
Appledorf aloofly declares "I
am a
life, add toxic chemicals and synthetic "
technologist. Let's face it, folks, modern
vitamins and call that thing "enriched". foods
are just one more example of
COMMON SENSE also says that when technology creating more problems than it

you apply a chemical to kill a living thing, solves. .
even if it be .a lowly, despicable mold or P' -

gem, you are striking at the ,very Peter Burkard

mechanism that makes life work, and you 4AG Looking backward and forward



I II Granary replies to storyEDITOR I .EDITOR. Seventy- .

Listen, my children and you five; Hardly'a man is now "_
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]' This letter is in response to enough food in our small store for shall hear alive who .. ;\ ,

your "feature article" of April 25 in which everyone. In fact, we are presently looking I ,of the midnight ride of Paul remembers that famous day ',: :"

your staff writer- attempted to review the for larger quarters. The Co-op has undergone Revere, and year. ''.: '",
"health food" market in Gaineswlle from amazing growth in a few short On the eighteenth of April, in ,

several points of view: and utterly failed. !months and has maintained its nonprofit
Presumably. The Alligator maintains some integrity. No people at all are alive, iri versation than' politics. crop failure, panic epidemic

pretext of objectivity but one wonders, Logically, then, it seems that profit- fact, who remember that ride, Colleges were founded to depression, scandal ,crime
for it took place 200 train men for th eministry and Communism, moral decay ..
then, why a cost-comparison: survey making is inconsistent with the "health years ago
between various "health food" stores food" market in Gainesville. this month. Yet :Americans in to educate minority peoples. pollution and, lot'more..
50 states are looking back inaffectionupon'the The Bible was read more than'' Today the nation continues
conducted by the owner of one of those
TO THE POINT of the "health food"issue
embattled any other book on the much as it was created, a
stores was published by The Alligator.Is .
as advanced by Dr. Howard Ap, Atlantic seaboard. forum of free people.
farmers" of Massachusettswho
it not logical to assume that the
owner pledorf, we would with his initial,
agree AND WHAT A morale Yet would deny that
I heeded the orders issued no one
in question would show his establishmentin
definition. Food is not food unless it is
builder it proved to be for the America today is in 'deep
by Captain Parker on the
the most favorable ? Not is this
light only healthy. However we also believe that the Lexington on the hard-pressed colonist! When trouble. We are beleagueredon
journalistically improper, advertisingaside cumulative effect of chemical pesticides green the time of testing came, the fronts including the
morning of April 19: "Stand many
but it also shows woeful lack
a of artificial preservativies, artificial colorings, your ground; do not fire body politic was ready. The all important moral front. .......
understanding on your part of the ad nauseam on the human body is per unless fired ; but if they issues had been sorted out., What a tonic it would be if

Hogtown Granary Food Cooperative.IN nicious and as yet not seriously resear- want let upon it begin here." The people believed with our democracy could receive a

THE FIRST place prices quoted In ched by technologists of Appledorfs .ilk. IT a BEGAN war AND so did Jonas Clarke that "nothing is burst of confidence such as

the survey were our non-member prices, The real effects of our constant ingestionof America.In more evident from history and came with the Great
which are 25 per cent higher than our preservatives et al will be apparent in this unhappy of experience than God's care of Awakening! Let this be our

active member prices. In the second place, 1990s, when ours will be the first chemical- 1975 it is worth asking year:' What his people." In that spirit they bicentennial prayer: Lord,

it is conceivible that the prices quoted for laden generation to reach middle-age, if the early American built a nation. revive your people and shakeus

Our Daily Bread were not their shelf we haven't suffered mass myocardial gave people of the resources of Two hundred years ,have out of our doldrums. God,

prices, but rather their'"Wise Shopper's infarction first. valor and that they passed and the United Statesis Bless America!

Prices". In the third place, the choice of Please consider these points, friends at displayed ,at courage" Lexington and. still a ,sovereign republic,

items compared was solely at the The Alligator, and do be more objectivenext Concord?What enabled themto having survived war, invasion, Jack Stephens

discretion of the gentleman who con- time around! carry the battle for Independence sedition, rebellion slavery, 3 AS
ducted the comparison.While ,
against over-
other "health food" stores are
odds from 1775 to
experiencing financial hardship, the Jim Peeples whelming 1781 and to win? The Independent
Granary is flourishing. With over 350 ChairpersonHogtown answer
For an we must go
memberships we find it difficult; to stock Granary back earlier to what is called' Florida Alligator.

the Great Awakening of 1725- "
1750. those the :Sh.ila Draper Gary BolonoHEntortalnrMflt
During years
and both Editor Assoc o" Editor
Bicycles cars evangelistic preaching of

I George Whitfield, Jonathan
Edwards, Gilbert Tennent Doug Hatch
responsible for safetyEDITOR Theodorus Frelinghuysen and Wire Editor ,

others stirred the people of Greg Forr.r Tom Shrwfor

Bicyclistson the Two cyclists were struck by share of the road even if he the colonies from Main to Sport, ,Editor Awt.,N.* Editor

{ UF campus seem to be gettingthe drunk driven. wants to. If you ride in traffic Georgia. Theology became a

message about bicyclesand According to Florida get a reflector flag that can be more popular topic of ,con- 'f :'t, I '
the law. More Statutes, the bicycle: and the seen over the tops of the cars. 'II << l.r ,I; .
cyclists are ., ;-" I
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stopping at intersections automobile are equally If you ride at night, get a j

signalling for turns and riding responsible under the law. If headlight and put reflectors

with lights at night. And the you're a cyclist you know on the back and sides of'your

reason for their caution seems better, If you've ever been bike.

4 to be awareness. They're squeezed into the curb at an If you're riding your bike i .
aware that two-wheeled bikes intersection,'run off the edge on the UF campus, remember

ti and soft bodies won't stop aspeeding of a narrow road, or smackedon the'' rules. Since February,
car. the back by a laughing University Police have issued

And they know that passenger you"can remember nearly 300 tickets for the
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careless driving is sure to get wishing for four wheels and cyclists who "forgot." Two'

them a ticket if it doesn't get two tons of steel to drive you hundred tickets were for the

them killed first., safely home. 'students riding at night

NO STUDENT HAS ever So until motorists, are without lights. Those are just '
a
been killed on the UF campusin mature enough to accept the the ones we caught. That's

a bike accident. There have bicycle as an equal and until 300 riding around trying to

been concussions broken city planners provide for safe commit suicide. And we have

a4 bones 'and skinned elbows: bikeways where they'reneeded just 50 officers trying to find

But off campus, five people survival on a bike them before they become
were killed in Gainesville last depends on observing the law, statistics for Operation Life.

k' ; year. Three of the accidents common sense, and staying ,
pd i happened at night. ';
i Two of the victims rode cool.The worst part of the Jim Shuler
without is visibility. If a
headlights. problem Public Information Officer
ONE ACCIDENT hit motorist can't see you on that
was a
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KING OF h11 Wheels' "I'm selling! my completely Is notice of a sole by public outcry of electric guitar hwmbucklng
rebuilt Suzuki 275 for 450 or o good lost or abandoned property recoveredon pickup, grover tuners, cherry finish Sys RlDfOBD
trade of equivalent value Call 377.7519 Uf Campus.The auction will be heldIn new $350, 1 year old, 1200-wlth COM,
(a-St-m-p) the collonode area of JWRU on May I 1. cord 376-1561 (o-3t-123-p) 5:20 t
d CALCULATOR 4 functions; memory, 1975 beginning at 10:00: a.m. 'Included 8x34 troller for sole located In glynwood 7:25
HEARTSiis ( reciprocal used one for auction will be approximately 45hlcycl.s park olr-eondlllon.d students only
> constant percent ,
, !quortef $50.00 373-3814 (0-St-m-p( )' t automobile, ,jewelry' books. asking $1,000 378-40M (o-3t-M-p)_
clothing; eyeglasses, etc Property shot
hot been held for 30 days and not -
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wacX* beautiful dim hjs awakened become a giant, claimed by the rightful' owner by 10:00:
a.m. on May I 1,1975 will be sold at this PLAZStt 1 LAS 2 DAYS
(He
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public outcry.All proceeds logo to Gatorloon : 4:00L4
iff. is bnr reason lor (his phenomenon piopli tovi the Kmi Fund. (o-4t-123-f) tOUt1VA1r 1raiL 73x4 4:00

jZX our "S f EnglisI v. Wedding Bonds, I Engagement Rings. MELBROOKSe isOO Of
>r u 7:30: b'' 10:00: curly Petrflon.nt: Traditional' or Contemporary designs of 1:00
T!! N. nth. A.., t7ttltl your choice. Handmade for Individualswho 10:00 Peter Proud
3723' want the best. Original" work by
South's leading Artists. Master Gold
Smith and Lapldlst. Unconditional Ply
Guarantee. OZ2IE By appointment only.
373-3894. (o- .I05-p)

BEAUTifUl 72 Kawasaki 750 just rebuilt
JOHN barnet clutch, front compner, very fast sm7s
+ In excellent cond need cash.$950 call
377-8319 (o-St-lM-p) lrsllerlls 0 -

men's 10 spd bike almost new. excellent .2s10 4:10.w.
condition. new tubes and 6:00 7s4.S l:3S
NM mmT.na
MAYALLwith headlight asking' $75. call 373-5025 (o- 53,4 ta4MVARO .. .
3t-1M-p)

CLEAREST SOUND regretfully must sell 2 SYLVIA KRISYEL ,
rectilinler III, speakers under warranty.
SPECIAL GUEST Perfect, new-cXX asking 299 378-0692 3S% Doesn't Uve ,;
(o-3l-123-p) Lets pow J..tgood
set itkoet diry 6.Emmanuelle ./. 5:30
$600 Down, $139 monthly payment tor 75 Her.10Noo .
RON MARANIAN"The three bedroom Concrete Block House.
Why Rent. 373-8424 or 376-7198 (a-7t-
Anymore PC
121-p)

Armenian Comedian"THURSDAY SALE Tents, sleeping bogs, bookpacks;
clothing,etc. ALL CAMPING EQUIPMENTON ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
SALE. Allen's Aquatic S Trail Center:
3448 W Un Iv. Ave. 373-9233 (fI.-123-c) )
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MAY 1 1S 70 MH 2br seprt fr kit cent air on nice lot 7i)0: ) 925: .....-.
In small" prkI'ed' garden, near ,
'laund wnfurn 4 mile to campus Only ttti N. w. nt> t s. ,
& 11 PM $5.00 Gen. Adm. $3,600. 373-9516 otter 2 (o-St-HO-p) '.

Tickets Avail: Rebel Discount (both), For Sole set of Duro Ace racing broker

Chapter 3 Records& Box Office ((11- 35.00 and Coppl proroclng bike, all r "
campy comp.-460.00 lee 392-7931, (o-5t-

TG] reat gi5iUcrq] 124-p) _
AQHA yrlg stallion-super halter ,t 4
1 performance prospect. $850.' terms.' ROGER CORMAN Presents ;:t
1'4s41! .GERMAN SHEPHERD show female. 12 .
wks. top bloodlines. $150. Also horses
233 West Univ Ave 377-3013 boarded,I AQHA stud service. 376-4719 FEINS ..
eve. (o-a-124-p)

nlkkor 205mm $170, Vlvltor 35mm $65,
nikkor 105mm $170 somtgon'fisheye OWeded by FEDERiCO FElLiNI by FRANCO CRISTAlDi
$4S sekonlc meter$30, must sell,or best
offers call Mike at 377-4436 (orSt-120. cs.A. SORRV
1 P) DISCOUNTllCKEtS NO PASSES OR 7:30 9:30.:

Condominium-Oescent Beach. Probablythe WA b THIS A T TRACT. .
I nicest ground floor unit on any North Lie's_ _N. 1st. .fl'* St. __.
Florida beach.: Priced below appraised "
valve.. Call 378-3950 weekdays or 378- Julie Christie'goldie hawn
4688 weekends or nights. (a-lOt-m-p) (Oi4M.BMotaF08U"

Old English Sheepdogs 3 months old warren beatty
moles AKC Championship' blood lines 3>
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SALE FOR RENT FOR RENTMale
Kenwood receiver 22 want per ch., 2
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uUrallneor 200 speakers BSR 310 a Nowlll room t. needed to share bdrm In InterviewsWed. April 30
turntable lloyd covens deck, headphones lOOacreiloleateHugelakeon property 2 bdrm opt In Frederick gardn near .
70 albums, 50 6 tracks $700 located off Hawthorne Rd. Only $ISO campus 15625 + 1-3 utilities 378-7435
,,...._. HI! SW 16th Ave No. 24 ( moll (b-St.l25.p) .'''''''
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1971 Mobile Home, Iwo bed nave 6 hornet all we preierrtly Room for rent In .liberal 1 house $50-$35 Reitz Umon-Rm. 150G
tiiD'; rooms, walking distance 10Unl.ed
f HIW> .. living loom front end kitchen' auto' UFI I depot! 1246 SW 14th U 2 bib campus 6pm
f:. co.of<:::\ .1 ofllLOADINO washer. central air and hear, cor port RE AMOC 377-6992 376-2794 (b-3M25-p))_
COMPLONEN. !1 very good condition furnished In the (bfr-123-0))) sublet May 5-Auq 31 1 Bdr unfurnlthed,
.I _..wurNr.vts MS se's frost safe trailer pork. 4500.00 coil studio Brandywine, $175-mo, AC, pool, self-
-fill-SCADS BSPhtll. before 9 AM or after 4:30: PM 377-1654 block opt for summer qtr. less than W cleaning oven, dithwother. Call afternoons
'to compui $160 mo. Includes all >
Monday-Friday 373-5722 ib-5t-125-p[ )
no weekends (a-2l-124- utilities' furnished, cable tv, oc all t I
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P liberal female roomate wanted to hare
utilities, furnished
cable
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466-3340 IIIU_" ; ten-tpeed peugeot po-10 two year old 4th Av.. Apt. No. 4 Mike 373..444 (b-51. 2 bdrm trailer $50 a month plus Vtutllitiet FREE
$ISO 1516 N Archer rd Village needed Immediately
W. 1st
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0.ORDII.- Female needed to share beautiful 376-4458 or 373-1857 (b-5t-125.p)
FOR RENT poolside new phase, Hawaiian Village sublet summer 2bdr large apt pool oedithwoth. 1 GOODY ON ANY WHOLE PIE i
opt w-grod students starting June I. 57
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mo Call Ann 373-8367 nits 373-4788 b- .
YOUR Moving anytime between Now & Sept. 51.1 23.p) ( patio call after 372-9803 available )June WITH THIS COUPON
NOW let us rent your house or apt at no eon. 15 negotiate (b-3t-125-p)_
CLASS RINGS United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr.15-p| | roomate needed 50 per month. for roomin Roommate needed Immedlotelyl for 2 Good' .Mono thurs Anytime I
attractive mobile home call 378-9278
WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR available now address 7117-132 SW story house wi large yard A tree 3 miles 11
APARTMENT Joel Bridget, Realtor 404 Archer Rood (b-5t-123-p) from comput. 65.00 + V utilities 377- lHAuon I
S.W. 4th 4724 anytime (b-5M25-p)
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AVOID THE FALL RUSH "Only 6 wki left to look" $75.-mo. $50 required a* deposit.. 1 37 !
Now it the I. Over 30 opts, near UF coil 378-9109. (b-, .l2$-p) -----------------------
time to look for that haute or 2. $85 month-all utilities paid .
: GuAaANTffD opt. for the summer or fall quarter Call 3. 5 M home-NW section Summer sublet: Furnished I bdrm opt -- -
r todoyll 377-6992 (b-AO-112) 4. Duplexes-NW 2 avail. Near Shand and VA Coll btwn 6 and lbp.m.

5. 3 bdr houses-5 available 3764043 (b-5M25-)
Hatcher'sJewelers AU RENTS SIASHEOI i United Real Estate AMOC. Apt sublet 1 bdrm, kitchen, bath furnished N.O.W.presents
(Special Summer Rates) .
Open9AM-8PM 377-6992 carpet near campus $110 mo .
$100 to$125 PER MO.
(bfr-123-p) 378-2121 after 7am after 12.30am (b-5t- .
All units,2 BR,furnished with air.luxury
features.. Roommate warned prefer female, own 125-p)_ __

2..Unlv.Ave 371-U12 Available for lean through Aug. 31 tf room In large house, garden. $72.50 WANTED *;,
Prairie View Mobile Village month rent plus Vi utilities Call 377. >
UNLIMITEDy
378-4411 373-3284 1677. leave message for Mary. (b-2t. Shore bdrm In 2 bdrm.Frederick Garden WOMEN ..

Available to new tenants only) 124-p) _____ Aptt pool, gas barbeque. April rent -
2 bdrm. mobile home for free.$56.25 mo. + 14 util. Joe 378-4735
GainesviUestareest $135.
rent
per April 30
(c-5t-122-p) -; 4; .
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(e-St-llo-c) mo coil glendo 376-4446 or 472.2870 .
indoor after 5 (b-fr-124-p male looking' for one or two roomotei 7:30: pm ,
2 roommates needed. '
Immediately
.
for fall oak 377-0615 .
Rea Market Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 both, our house near duckpond needs a oak for quarter scott (e-5t-l22-p rengency) Rm.349J.W.R.U.Elections .
poolstde. April rent paid 50 per mo: female roommate, own bedroom, large first
( l
plus V.util.Coll Undo or Caroline at 376- living room,den, kitchen, storage area Wanted pre-profetsional student with at pm)
3421 (QlOMIo-p\ ) big fenced, and very green yard. 83.33 good head to thare 2bed-2 both apt near
Wonted and 1-3 utilities.call 373-9260 (b-3t-125- \10 hospital this foil 67 + MutllHIetGory PUBLIC INVITED
male or female for Regency
Keith 392-7528
Pj) .or (c511221:1)Sprlnga : )
Oaks Apt. Own room 103-mo. + 1-3 .
utilHiet. Pool, sauna, tennis court call Wonted 2-4 people to sublet luxurious here! want someone M do your
377-1076 Available Immediately) (b-5t- Gotorwood 2 b-room 2 bath apt. for tprlng cleaning for you? $15.00 'per day
'1221: summer rent reduced from $240 to call Jackie 373-1801 for more Information ANNOUNCINGDELIVERY
1cDaniesm (( $200-mo call 377-8513 or 1005 Gator. (c.2t-I25-p)
large 3br.-lus opt.cent oc.shog pool
laundry, saunas, $100 security deposit woodl. (b-3M25-p) Wanted: Single girl to liars 1 bdrm I Iaport.

MarketTHERFS paid, sublet through Sept. 15, 265-mth. Roommate needed far fall t thru spring at Brondywln, permanent I ,SERVICE
373-9739 (b-5H22-pJ) quarter close to campus 67 dollars + V person, please come by Monday night .
utilities-Pool oc fumlshed-Willlomsburg after 530: N15) rent it 75.00 mo. ,tee I ,..
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one luxury three bedroom opt available call Jane 378-1274 (b-5M25-p) \Kay (c.2t-124-p "
for subletting' Plenty of space and many 11 AM- 12 Midnight
other extra Call after 7p.m.at 373-2531
or 377-8280 (b-IOM22-p) MIKE'SBookstore
( MORE
Only three block from com- ON ORDERS FOR $1.25& UP
,
TO SEE WITH Pipes 2'3rII
pv.UNIVERSnY APIS now renting for
t summer quarter. Special summer Tobacco Shop '
CAM TV discount rater June 16th-Aug. 31st.One I Chicken
bedrooms $88-monih. Two bedrooms, wntow'1..t_ UNLIMITED1805SW13ST UNLIMITED
If.f.E .Is/_ 377-0901
$11S-l3B-month. tome carpeted. All I.I -
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:w err furnithed Pest Control. Pett allowed in Sot.fr. *
selected aptt. Come In lOOn, before H'l I
I TV Channel, A wMtner too late. We have on apt to suit you.
channel.UPI' News New York Air Conditioned. Swimming Pool. You
Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on con beat the heat but not the prices.Coll
TV Channels and f FM and 4 AM 376-8990 or come by the office at 1524 *
station on the FM band. NW 4th Ave weekday afternoon (b101.1191:1) -

UNIVBtSITYCnYTOEVBJON. : ) [ SGP PRESE..NTs.1FREE

CAMI CO.INC large 2 or furn apartment available
June I dote to campus 808 SW Depot
122 N.MAIN ST. Ave Tel. 378-3396 5200 mo. (b-5M2l-p)

hove own bdrm. In 2. bdrm. trailer.
located on I acre lot 17 ml wet of g'ville
$55 per mo. coil glendo 376-4446 M or
472-270 after 5:00: female (j.frlllplfemaI. )

roommate wonted at landmark MOVIE! r
opt 49. Move In no war May I. $4700o
month + $25.00 deposit. No leote. Call e
office or come by after 3'00 (b-5s-123p J)

FOR RENT own bdrm In house I II I bike
from compu own both 50 per month
plus '. util. Call 372-0739 ((0-31-124-p)

HELP neat student Of couple to sublet my
furn opt for summer qtr. at 1 Vi the mo.
rent $90 + ut. option at roommate next
Ml !Don 377-99M (b-4.12..pl

live In a new house for less than it
would cost you to live In on opt 2 bdrm
for turn one for fall Furnished$100 call
371-7210 (b-51.I23-p) .


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$65 'lease signed- offer SUNDAY MAY4

May,:31

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June 15 Saturday May 3

f inn wv lease. signed after PLAZA OF THE Union North Lawn ti

June'
15. .A Student Government
Poole furnished. e Color TV AMERICAS Program

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, GOlD 1 SILVER Top prks paid tor clou Wonta crew manager .forI lime Don't |lUll tmoke your good health clottM starting oil "SERVICE3770722
rings,old |Ie-try. etc confidential; Call evening*mUll be obi.to work with boy owoyt Stop smoking now!I can help you equipment provided ole*, .aervice,
f DON'T FIT CC2IE 373-3894 (c-/9t-105-p) 12-14 t hove good Irons for more information howl! Prlvat appointment' Theodore tripe, rental, air Tom Allen (co-he 10 AM- 6PM
f CAN Wonted responsible.female'student To Coll FIA Tim..Union 372-4431 ReiM, 372-7008 eher 3 pm. (fi..12O-J1). ) Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen Aquatic *, 7 DAYS A WEEK ;
WE share 2 br-2 both apt for fall 61+% (.-31.I 23-p)_ WANTED VW Troll Center, 3448 W.t* University Av..
Ir for 3
Pop Top
ALTER utilities near va hospital call 392-9693 or Public ftetaiont Mudenf needed asDir.ctpil wk Western Vacation camper In jun, Will pay 373-9233 (M4T-103X. ) 3441 S.W..ARCHER R.D.
392-9493 (C5t12J ,, .
fee plus ute car while Cm .
you my gone '
( !
THEM NORSE; : P4ciUF1( '
'."FRa' ";prow community: ..lotions"' iur ,Cot 17b S01t(1- -U3-Hfo,s WJ3 !liD Jf6riP&'foed. info.fra1 i fi4.nd1'\ ; a) !i,-\r.!\ g 1'. ..,.. I **". ra-
I -
I submitting PSA' 8 hour PR fcredlt. KARATE LESSONS ocil87s.. large stalls I $75.OoL'l'} 'J.1'1)
anMATEjnitrersit .wlryQomp. rr Great opportunity for .experience./ 392- Small Clone $25 pen man' $23.00.374-4719) keep trying (m-..12..- Com to Goln.sville'sld
nyOASS to08.123c( ) 1213 NW 3th Av. (oH 13th 51)) Mon thru P) Old Fashlonid
RINGS
..Sot .yen, 7to9 378-7131 (r2otIOp( ) -
,
$iop DIAMONDSWtjfCH AUTOSMUll COED'S facial I hair rmovd permonntly. Wedding., invitation from $1140 per Ic. Cream Parlor ft
REPAIRS Sell 1972 Hondo 350 d. helmet. Call Edmund Dwyef ,,00:.Two week delivery.lofundreda elMylM.
200 W. Univ.rs lryAv.., ,rock,choir Mint condition.w11392, -5399, electrologitt own 20 yips .xprinc, Cliff Hall Printing, un, N. Main. Sandwich Shop
i 'oak for
1620 W. University 374104; ron. (gl4p) Call 372-8039 (hfr-107-c)) ..'. 3709951.r.lQ3c(| )
1972 CAPRI ,. .
low
ipeed mileage very
economical extras, excellent Doing Yoga? Want to gt better at H7 HYPNOSIS HElPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOAlS
many :
Want to ,larn, mar Yoga? MICHAEL BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL'ABIirTYSTUDYINOMEMORYATHUTICS
condition only$1793 Gill 3724371 (g-9.' i WIlmTmOOO :
GEBOH hostlm., for three .
,SUNFLOWERHEALTH 1 24-p)_________ student. Expensive* 1 Ye. but more well learn 's.If' -hypnosis 373-3039 Donald HONDA 790-71). great condition, recent worth it. Privat. 'Iowans only; 37 -9609 Prelt-Certtfted AAtH (m40t6p) J
engine-point new Inspection, sprockets .
,(-3r-12l-p) I.D. PHOfu5
FOODS -chain;52 mpgl $1195 conk!.,partial _,
.
and application Square
The Mllhopp
trodei coll/ :377-4577_ '0-3!.1 Sop) four'gutsy gorgeov girl to Kelp hot paiiport retume '
Hoffman A Woldor party for 20 dirty young dog Coll natural 'ytl. portrait :377-0797 camera N.W43rd St. & 16th Blvd.
I96S MUSTANG 2 door,good condition,
Peggy oiler 5:00: pm at 373-4062 (a2tOVERSEAS |. work studio 1219W. Univ. Av*:.(m-20)(-
,
HI Pro Product new tire and battery.$750 or best offer 123-0) ___n__
call 3723356. otto flute $80 and lane .. 'I
Natural Vitamins, Mlnerall'' cedar chest $70. (g-3t-125-p) '' JOBS Australia Europ S.

H.H.. Dairy Products '67 vw tquarebock recently painted, America Afrko.Student all profeMion
r v and
occupation $700 to $3000 monthly.
good tire, a* It, $.tOO. phone 373-4217, ,
I Books.Cosm.tcs'ttroc $ after 4:30pm. (o-2t-125-p} Free Expense. Information.'paid :overtime. TRANSWORLD, ttghlseelng.

i. k kilos. ,for tale: 1969 ford von, excellent. running RESEARCH Dept. CrV Box 603 Cart.
7 W.M.UnlwnthyAWLL" Downtown condition good tins $1195 coil Modern, Colif 94925 (t-lOMH-p( ) O
372-7248
Peggy at (a-3M35-p)
:0......*, ....... ...... 371 1971 70 VW Sunroof Ixcellent mechonkol STOP tuition hike and cutback' People
concerned with( quality[ In higher
condition radio good mileage $850
education.In Florida please call CQE at
firm lot 359 Mobile 3734938
City (g-lt- 373-5590
or 3770851 (c-9r-H9-p)

TONIGHT'S THE. NIGHT 125pPERSONAL"Bea 'Dramboul Beautiful selection of pima FULL DISPLAY Of

goods Atmotphar of 2ff40fi. Many NATURAL PLANTERS, PLANTS,
blouses$1, 12, U Kids '
Men Women t-
riy your tongue, O people, with shirt recycled denims,' jewelry velvet AND GREENHOUSES...AT, THE
Come tO STEP 1 Preview & truthful_, and adorn your souls with 17 NW 17th St. Upootfs( (H6vU4-p) ii I LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.Clyde's .
the ornament of honetfy" Baha'I
Writings (l-lt-125-9)) LOST&FOUND:
open house, a new program in 3625 S.W. ,ARCHER RD.
Congratulation to Jane, our Miss lost 'wallet'.n. ptaM/ .Frl(." nigh XX* ,
&. Congeniolrry 1975il We're proud of you., needed.,Call James Bangma 373-7487 .
survival .t techniques, :emergency lows the Slg Ep little Mef.. (h1t-25-p! ) keep trying, REWARD (c-2M23-p) r r r r r

lost: key ring on Milan lawn laturday.Indunflftobl. .
preparation. v Congralulotlon to/the newly Initiated by en* short key, !that ts : Tire&Brakej:
.. ,. Sigma Phi Epsilon Brother We knew marked 176'reward. coil 373-9796(1-3-( '
7:30: p.m"" you would make. it!love,the little satins 125-9)), : : "
((1.1.125-9)I ) ,imle,f blond ,22 year old from : :
cut* girl 10 % off all Brakes
: on
Windmeadows Apts. Rec. Bldg. remember Mreokingf That'not what .it's Nitty-Gritty concert, I think I hove your ,
all about at gymno nudist! clvb_ no sungtaues. Coil Dole:at 378-8309 ( "-
giggle,no"bassist,no mkkert, no ,lean 125-NC)_ .._ ..' ', : Tires Wheel Alignments :
|lUll spring fed pool natural fla. ,
wood and vltimin d packed natural fla 'reward for return of content orange pock 'I
unhlne. would yea want any part of stolen from'parking \tot next to mother :
conditioners
New in: Gainesville' your body to miss all toil 373---1407 (u,(: earth $.22-'brown __leaf notebook : & air I
1..1Sop)_" + lib' book 3nf719 (I l-5r.t24-p: ) .

Found-Silver BrocJet en Broward TnMs with this ad. :
S JtteXlcano CRestaukant to My Dear Marsha fDorltng, you're oil I Court f April',23:'Colt Tm| to)!identify3734AM : ": .
HI' ever tee Darling'you're almost part (((1-5I-\2"lV" ) -
of me"Hove tbe|ropple<(.(birthdpy I Ilove tout femaIW'1' -h:pad "TUna" No. I. expires 6/7/75 :
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: forever. Bobo ((1.1..1 Sop)
REAL you collar, shaved sides + stomach, I
MEXICANFOOD ADIDAS T-SHttTS NOW IN AT RAPTS :laceration en bach Please tall 378-3799 .. .rsrwrrr5lwA1LVdU.CANAT- - -
RACQUET SHOFPft: CHOOSE'FROM Lout near Vl toyo Aprs. Reward I
MANY COLORS IN AU SIZES! 1508 NW 13

ST._ ((1..21.125-9)) SERVICESTWfifD ,I
TENNIS RACQUET REST RINGING
FOR SIGHT"Thetye -
SPECIALS! YONEX AND BUJT STAR 10.WSTATITI
"lass Super Mart"UNMR6fY
VWage Square NnON 7JO 24hr SERVICE
RAPIDS RACQUET SHOPPISAVANT'Henorory -21-125-p) I900SWhAve..j3JC ) OPTICIANS. 318.1190 4PM-10PM

24O9 ,$W.' 13th, $t>.. .377-515!: "M-M- ) CHICKEN_ .FRENCH FRIES .
,
Uoderthlp Sick Plants? Need Gardening Advice? ,
I organization applications available now The Plant Doctor Make House Call 376.
thru May .. Student ActivrHe Dek 3rd,. ''192. (m-5t.l23-p) ovs; COLE SLAW ROLLS

> floor JWRU. (l-Tt-123-p) TYPING, EDITING Theses, 01_-
riGLri; )f PI Phi want to thank' Henry and Eddie lotions,Term Papers, experienced typist' FREE REFILLS ON ALL,DRINKS
> for being the BEST DERBY DADDIES EVERI ma In english. ibm seleclrlc r-,phone .
'(t-is l25 p)_ ,:378-0347 (_2OI.107The' )_ .2.

15 SE 12th Street 3 ..9016 J UNLIMITED Chicken L east star I3 sT .

*;"', Any and Everything pVagLD-TIME gT/Hp '377.0901 -.. ..--

.' for Cars EN p pN fRE
jf; ',sports .. :

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s>lilil c. i+.e .htsr.i atlor.ty.d_
*, Triumph' Jensen: Healy Datsun 240-260-280Z, SWUcFY "
*' Most parts for British Cars RHarr"s
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.,Friday ,May 2nd, '2 Services Traditional and '
Witch; law, tdke sha'pt.1
: Retorm 6:30: .m.
p
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inu.Mviews
with tf e i iV'iiir
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Sing up TODAY for Friday Night Meal at 7:30: .
I :. -' yovcrninent in ;utu; )
r.f- ($2.25).) + '

: loin our Guest-Rabbi Y.M. Poupko CornerADrugSfore

x followed by oneg-discussion, 9 pm '
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11 Saturday: -' 9:30 aim!. service

.12 noon Kiddish ,
6:30: Ethics discussion we can help you callus TODAY IN THE LEGISLATURE



drug info : testing
: pregnancy
;r'r'Sunday: 11 a.m. Brunch I I"m11 WEEKNIGHTS AT 10:00:

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UnlYeIlltg Architecture Fine Arts

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931DIQeSt Split Goes to Regents : : '


"& ..
,. */the dr/ikwi eflMformttion E' "J.W
PaM liold Senictt to'oo.1mss.ksfeofkirlIlotketi and Separation of the College Architecture :t. doctor: of education l at USF,'master's in
Fine Arts
Import**! into two colleges and the communication arts and a School of
mfnrmitio to ttudtutt,finilty AMl establishment ofa Department of Theatre Communications Arts at FIU,master's In
H the Ittivmity oE7orkk'Hasslesrii' will be considered by the program.and fey 5-9:3: amFftU sociology .at, FTU, master's.' In mass

communications committee Sunday May communications at USF, and master's in _
4,f or possible recommendation to the'BOR fifccaKatoi system science at UWF.
the following day. The proposal has been

,, pproved by the UF senate and the Board theatre. 4 Rules For
: of Regents staff. Other programs to be considered by the
: The new College of Architecture would BOR Monday include: Summer Increase '

be composed of the existing departmentsofarch1tecture Continuation of doctoral program, or

Wins Regional and building construction program .equivalent in French, or an Are ProposedFour
and would tirequirespnao additional faculty, additional year at UF.

Departmental status for religious stud- proposed rules to Increase summer
Program Award Also requiring no additional expenditures ies at USF. enrollment will be presented to the Boardof
the new College of Fine Arts would Planning for master's programs in Regents for consideration: at Its meeting
be composed of the existing departmentsof mathematical science,environmental and ,Monday, May 5, at 9:30 a.m. la the
."Operation Hasslefree" has won the art and music and the proposed urban systems and International businessat University Center of Florida Atlantic ...,'
.
"Innovative Program Award" for 1975, in department of theatre, which would offer FlU. University.. The rules,'in brief, are:
competition involving colleges and univer- the existing authorized B.F.A. degree in Denial of planning for ,comprehensive 1. Effective fall, '1978 all entering
first4ime-in-college students must attendat
in twelve southern states.It is
sities a joint
least one summer quarter prior to
of the Office for Student Servicesand 1 -
program
graduation with a baccalaureate,degree.,
the student-operated SAMSON volun- 2. Effective fall, 1976, students will be
teer organization. assessed 'a surcharge of $2*.per;credit

"Hasslefree" is an attempt to provideone r '6 hour attempted, less credit accumulated.
to one student help in off-campus r .c yr Credit will be accumulated by paying fees
during summer quarters, beginning with
living areas. Modeled after the resident the summer of 1975. Assessed surchargesmay
assistant concept in UF residence halls, be applied toward summer enroll-
forty student volunteers are trained in ment fees..
3. No student enroll for two
may
advising techniques, and armed with
consecutive fall unless he she
quarters or
information ranging from financial aid to
has attended a summer quarter.
academicadvising.. "Apartment mana- 4. Universities will limit ,fall.quarter
gers and owners who have Hasslefree enrollment at the fall 1974 level until the
volunteers In their complexes indicate that enrollment in all other quarters has

reached 90 per cent of the. fall quarter,
damages are lower and residents report
enrollment '
that communication is flowing better," "r
says Dean for Student Services Tom 7 r ap R1 B. ContractIs ,
Goodale. UF Patent '


Dawn Burgess, graduate student in Up for ApprovalThe .'
counselor eduction, Is the Student Director _
of Hasslefree and Bob Barrell
,
BOW will be asked to:,.approve
assistant dean for student services, is
coordinator. execution of a contract with Edward Week'
and Company to manufacture and,sell a
vascular clamp Invested by Dr.Harold W.
Boutwell ResignsVChancellor Doddingtoa of the Department'of,Engineering :
Sciences. **

Post The UF' patent 'subcommittee ::.nccm.meocIed -

w,. approval of sharing royalty rights

, Vice-chancellor for Administrative Af- with Doddington after payment of patent
fairs Kenneth and other costs as follows: 90 per'cent: of
Boutwell has resigned,
effective June 15, to become president of the first$3,080 gross royalties; 28 per cent
MGT of America a Tallahassee management between$3,000 and $1=,000; 15 per cent In
excess of $13,000.Other .
service firm::
r
According to Chancellor Robert '. ., '
brut It. I,.. Action Set :,
BoutweU desired to resign in January

agreed to continue through the legislative For Consideration
session. BoutweU became director of ;
planning and evaluation in WTO and movedup The BOR Monday will consider:,
to his present portion la January, 1973. .-.- ". '.. ,.,'OIr..I"1:>..'IEW" <:;.iI.n1Ai! < .A rule change that will permit....

Manta said feat under BoatwelTs direction to participate, in.a special academic
the BOR staff has"achteyed the most This Play Worked Well program on 'another campus vta the
University System and have.Us,credits
outstanding plug and man-
agement system the, budgeting United States. In the With University 01 Florida spring traIIIIDa going IUI1Mast;they lay riot 1io fa Wetly' cafcolated same'lJIIDDer'for grade that would point be average tue&at to'the Ui,

field of higher,edacatta." tile right! positions, bat Gator"cater"Jimmy DuEoie of SanIoCa sad "gasilerbsck"Wayne home Institution.tlRequests .
Fields of Gatoesvffle haaded-off right to the.quartet behind, ..... Safetyaaa'Fields : from'the University of West
named onWaatMaj"ddeaahre aid efteaahre
DoBose
and mania back were
JWR Union CelebratesIts ID l last fall'F1orIcIa-Aabara ABC-televlled'......pme.TIle in$11101 checks, Florida and the University of South
players Florida to increase living
to the University in their honor by the Chevn>letDlvW a..General....,went campus- space
liveD rentals.
Takosh of Gainesville, ..... Menu of Miami,
scholarships to Peggy '
Eighth BirthdayThe for $5GO : Changing BOR policy that would
Michael Roteatlaall !>f Miami Beach: and Cynthia Parker.ef J.ck -vffle. remove ,voting rights of Board members

Reitz Union eighth birthday is serving on University foundations.
Thursday. Events start with a 9 a.m. Blood Pressure Checks AvailableMembers Making it unethical for any Board
auction of unclaimed and abandoned items member to influence admission of a
on the Colonnade.During an 11:30 a.m.to 1 of the UF community will be able to secure a free blood pressure screening student to a University or to Influence the

p-m. lunch break there will be barbecue Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m.to5 p.m.at pearls rand 'of J. Wayne Reitz and and hiring or promotion.... of ,any, person at 'a
wndwiches and all the trimmings for$1.50 10 front of Library West. Screenings will be by UF student nurses 'localphysicians' University. .
a plate. assistants, Adopting a systemwide'policy for
caUedSave-A-lJfe, is by UF's Circle K Club. According to handling professional fees In SUS medical 'b
. A: sheep shearing and weaving demon- The project, Richard Custureri, sponsor mate that 15 to 20 percent of the U.s. centers.The 2 112.page proposed policy'
chairman
"ration starts at 3 p.m., and Brouhaha project more than 20 million people, have blood pressure high enough to has been made available to the viceixresl-.
performs in concert at 7 p.m. on the North adult popuJationor but only a fraction are receiving treatment. dent for Health Affairs.
treatment,
un.A free double feature movie follows. require

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l .I'd, Alligator Sports Writer shot.I leadAll, four: ,players were between.40! ; slid,by,the hole and UF had, the one they'd
and 50 yards from the green hitting their third been waiting,,for for quite:some llmerThe
Last year Curtis Strange of Wake Forestwas shots. ,victory for the Gators by no means the.
the hero.This year, for the time being, he IIAAS PLAYED FIRST and stuck his easy way. fM f
is the goat and UF's Andy Bean is the hero. wedge shot three feet from the stick. AFTER FRIDAY'S first round it appearedthat ''k
Strange won a national championship for "I 1 went. up a pine, tree," said Bishop Wake was ready to write another chapterin
Wake Forest last June by eagling the final recalling a moment of anguish.,'"I knew he its book entitled, "How to Wrestle.a Gator
hole of the tournament. This past Sunday, in wouldn't: miss that one." and Come Out on Top." l
the darkness at the Forest Heights, C.C in His worry was short-lived, however, as. Despite glorious pre-tournament publicity, B ? Ax 1W; drew-.. ... ,vw w w+n.u.wulUpn/dww/ IWrW.UMiWI
Statesboro,Ga.,the super-soph missed a two- Hancock proceeded to knock it Inside of including a number one ranking by. "Golf ANDY BEAN
and-a-half foot putt that gave UF the teamchampionship Haas. Then Strange, who is no stranger to World" magazine and the brash predictionsof .set record, won tourney
in the Chris Schenkle In- last minute dramatics,hit his third shot inside victory by several team members, the
vitational. Hancock's. Gators fell 10 strokes behind,the defending Sullivan shot 69 for 212 and Bob Bailey shot '
THE VICTORY for the Gators capped AS BEAN PREPARED to hit his ap- national champions. Maybe the runaway 73 and finished at 222.Ben Duncan,who shot 'I
possibly the greatest UF comeback ever and proach, Bishop, his team and the 200 or so, victory in Houston swelled their heads. Maybethe 74-73 in the first two rounds slipped to a 77.
what Buster Bishop called,."One of the best spectators that packed the terrace were goingno Gators were too confident. In any event, for a 224 total and. freshman Dallas Aplegren... .:
r finishes to a golf tournament I've ever seen. It less crazy than they were a week before with still two rounds. to go, the quick-to- ended up at 226.
u couldn't have been better if you marked it !and only a few miles away in Augusta at the ,become-cocky Gators seemed out of it. The best Wake Forest could muster the last '
'I put it in T.V." Masters. Saturday's round was little help. Even with day were'one-over-par 72's by four Deacons "
Thanks to an hour and forty minute rain Never one to be outdone, the big All- Bean's record 63 and Hancock's 66, UFonly and Strange's 73.,
delay,the final foursome,Andy Bean and Phil American who shot a course record 63 the day gained four shots 'on the Deacons. Yes the Gators' remarkable comeback! ,
Hancock of UF and Strange and Jay Haas of before, nailed it closer than any of the other SUNDAY, HOWEVER, was the Gators' again puts them on top of the college golfing
Wake Forest, teed off on the par five 18th in three. turn to get hot while Wake cooled off. Bean ranks but the real showdown comes in Jui\e in
, growing darkness. Haas made his birdie. Hancock did the shot 66.to give him 199 for the tournamentand the NCAA championships at Ohio State.
t The Gators, who started the day six strokes same so the Gators clung to their one shot the individual crown. Hancock fired a 67 "That'll be another hum-dinger! said
behind the Deacons but who had made up lead as Strange got ready to putt. But it for a 202 total and second place. Denny Bishop.
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{ By MARK JOHNSON The,dramatics on Tuesdaywere Roger Holt to load the bases',
1 .Alligator Sports Writer provided by Gator and bring up Cortese with two
eR second baseman Cortese, who down. Cortest took' Eaton to
For John Cortese and the hit a solo home run in the 3.1, looked at a called strike'
N Se Gator baseball team, it was fifth inning and a game- and slammed his next pitch,
just' another Hollywood winning grand slam in the just beyond the left field fence .
Y Yf ending. sixth in the second of two ,to give the Gators their three-
f The scriptwriters had to seven-inning affairs. run margin. ,
work overtime, but the resultwas With UF trailing 5-4 going "He threw me all fast- .
an 8-5 victory in the into the sixth inning, Sammy balls," Cortese said. "I
second game of a Tuesday's Rick'hit a one-out single after figured I might get a better
I twinbill against The Florida slugging a long drive that pitch on 3-2, and he put it
State',(FSU) Seminoles. The sailed barely foul over the left right down the middle."
\ Gators lost the first game, 9- ,field fence. Bill Finney then FSU rapped out four
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TWO teams square Murrie followed with a score two runs and drive
A '1 iiw off again this afternoon as perfect sacrifice bunt 'to Gator starting pitcher Mike
-_. -. senior lefthander John advance the runners to second McCarthy to the showers in
photo by georve fcochanitc ,Chappell' ((4-4)) takes to the' and third. the third. Bruce Baker came
UF HEAD COACH TALKS IT OVER WITH WILKIE SMITH mound in a 3:30 Perry Field' RELIEF PITCHER Craig
... .sophomore pitcher relieved starter Craig Pippin in sixth inning contest. Eaton gave up a walk to (See 'Baseball' page 15)

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Saturday.Coming. before the nationals and I'd tough time." Ryan.
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hoping to return home this expected the Gators' main Championship and before played it last year
time a winner. competition to come from the that won the Rollins In- representing the University
"WE CAN DO IT," said defending champions Fur- vitational. North Carolina at Green-
coach Mimi Ryan, "But we'll man. "SHE'LL (HORTON) have sboro
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U Bulletin: S. Vietnam surrendered at 10:32 p.m. The Independent Florida Algtr Iuo she by *rmpu Cmmuniothons Inc Gosnesv.II* Fkdo No, ofittielly osociaed welt 1hb tin vertty 04 FRondo WEDNESDAY APRIL 30,1975 VOL.67 NO. 124 Tuition proposal: Down in summer up other quarters ing oe te la w Pediope the dhintg. S posing spots lately has led ihm 'vlolofln' to not only ignmeh iugt, huicutit dcwn to slzeswel. By STUARTEflMMICH Al~us. StaffWr A plan to lower summer tuition by SS per credit hour and raise tuition for the other three quarters by SI per credit hour was approved by the Council of Presidents in Tallahassee Tuesdaa. The surcharges or rebates would be applied to whatever tuition fee is being assessed by the State University Systemi at the time. THE MEASURE, strongly supported by State University Syste Chancellor-deisgnate E.T. York as the best way to increase summer enrollments, will come up for approval at Monday's Board of Regents meeting. Under the plan, an average student taking IS hours a quarter would save 530 by attending all four quarters. Dy enrolling In summer quarter and two other quarters the student would save 545 over the .qgular cost of going fall, winter and spring. BUTf A STUDENT who opted to attend the traditional three quarters would be paying $45 more than the regular cost and fl) more than the student who went summer and two other quarters. The altered rates would only apply at the wsdergrsdnate level. No plan has been adopted in tegprd. to increasing summer mvrolneut is thi. graduat. school. If appawved by the regent. and adopted by the stat. leghitare, the financial inacntive program would go into effect iii the summmer of 2976 Maile forced to bottl audience t' DAVID SagnSB 'The "poetry of paranoia" or flhew and sophisticated lbrms of democracy" are the options the United States faces in the future. novelist Norman Mailer told an audience of about S00 at Graham Pbnd last night. Wearing battered bluejeans and armed .ith a briefcase full of poetry. the Pulitzer Ptlze-winnlug author mold the crowd, "We have to daeli. whether we're paranoid or speeind by AMeat 7& caged kms speech "Feetwy aSd Eapoaqe'' mud span muck of the evening battling hecklers who didn't belle'. he could connect the two. He took the crowd through a shurt coerse is the evltics of pastry to an elaborate tansy of the sua--bnIo. of flusn Jobn F. Lamnedy. Cafluig the a-a-ulaa.lon ''out mst ,meddurebb obseo." Mailer sad ee us-alemthat Lie -ave Oswald -egd -ln i fla ennedy was "most mutebly." "IT'av UuuJuLv hat nts peai~e," be said. "ht' possible because ne don't know what the elements of atite and black magic went through that day. Mailer scoffed at the theory that Oswald could have tired the fatal shots in the short lime he had, and drew.a scenario in which the assain was "a petty double agent for both the Russians aqdl us."' Mailer then went on to depict the "horror of horrorn" when the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) dfrovered Oswald was on its payroll. 'SO IT TAKES no great stretch of the scenario to assume that word went out to eliminate OsrnMd, Mallet said, hiqn that lack Ruby. Oswalds killer, was contracted by the Mafia. 'Th. CIA and the Mafia have a desp and mndurisg relatseship.the Mafia has to k.Il patriotic and the CIA has to feel that ft can handle ay shaleo in the wofl.' The p.6n, Maller said. is bhat we don't know whtnsg m ithks county cup. with the sunawmred peas aboew Kennedy's and subsequent amssimaticas, Mallet drew -s analogy to jealous lewis. "There conies a point when the mind can take no more (jeulousy).even if you have to make grel stupid to detach it from your mind,' be said. Similarly, Americans have withdrawn from participation in public affairs rather than face the unanswerd qeslious of history. But threw post-Watergate optimismufof the nation holds hope that 'we can make the best out of what possibilitIes arn open to us, TmE anTEupATnvE is to become 'a sludgy species of totalitariau endive. where nothing unpredictable ever hppeam,' lie said. The centrovrnlal writer frequently eqgaged the audlawce in podiam pqggUm When a woman I. h crowd called him a 'maie chauvIala, he baimett"I cam tell by time soutpd of your voice, dear lady, that you re moneof a mald auvIuhtsthan I sm "PHgAN ,old c lub fightsr amdilpet mad %tes ys ma.'IdegAs .plSimd to his -pprqe -the peed. When awen tuct you' & g the speech. M~ a medr th. animn twines boud. THE MOVES TO INCREASE summer enrollment are in answer to a legislative mandate that the state schools should equalize the four quarter enrollments for better utilization of facilities and faculty. The universities were instructed in 29%9 to increase the summer enrollment within the next tO years. but no substantial increases have taken place yet. Besides the financial benefits of the lower sumnier tuition. York told the presidents they ummer tuition. York told the presidents they should also consider additional means to entice students to enroll during the summer. JIM ROBINSON, president of the University of West Florida, said his school WAS attempting to win approval ftron the regents for lowered dormitory rates fee for entering freshmen who elect to enter college in the summer quarter. instead of the fall. UP President Robert 0. Manston, although voting fir the incentive program. said he favored an alternate proposal to levy a surcharge at graduation on students who decide not to attend -ny summer quarter. York said the surcharge system would be 'too hard to administer." 'This (the financial incentive) is the best way to go. ft is simpler and easier for students to pay as they go and not have the charge acwumulate," York said. One drawback of the incentive pbograin brought up by semira of the praidesits is that thnge ane no safeguards to prevent students from taking their summer cournts at a. lastitudim Sthar. than thenr own. Nerdesfree the University of West Florida and Florida laternatlocal University. sm aw-echool Inuran.areu,i Noactio was taken, however, to amend the proposal. swami M .astuld Chub igwsr r I

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Peg. 2.1l. .&p.d. Kod.e Mir. W.&d.y. bevdl SO, ifs US pulls out of a sinking Vietnam SA IGON (UPI) -The United States pulled out of Vietnam Tuesday. The last American officials fled the country and left it up to the Vietnamese to find peace. "The Americans were ordered out by new President Duong Van Mith to meet one of the Communists' major conditions for peace talks -an end to the U.S. presence, Political sources said the Comnmonists and the Saigon government had agreed in principle to 'all a cersn-fire Wednesday. Somc 9KI) Amerncaits quietly but quickly climbed aboard helicopters for the final flig-ht out. They would remember for yemns the Vietnamese cries of "please help met Please help mie!" that cut even through the noise of the whirring propellers. Vietnamese crowded by the hundreds in front of the U.S. Embassy. pleading for a ride out. "Please take m~y children," cried one young woman clutching an American. A well. dressed young man told another. "If you will help me get out of Vietnam, I will give you S20WOO0."' But there was nothing moert the Americans could do. Thle departure ended an era that cost the United States 14 yeats, 5150 billion and more than 50,.00 lives -the last of which were two U.S. Marines killed i. a Communist attack oil Saigon's airport early Tuesday that spurred the pullout The evpguation came 27 days after the U.S. abandoned Cambxidia iad closed out U.S. involvement in Indochina. Marine CH53 helicopters protected by Navy P4 Phiantonm jets and Marine helicopter gunships ferried the Americans to criers waitig in the South China Set The 7th Fleet vessels wert expected to leave quickly, thus meeting another Communist demand -that American ships quit Vietnamese waters. The Conmmunists had said the would not interftre with the American departure and apparently lived up to their word. Protests at three Mass. colleges BOSTON (UP!) -Students at three Massachusetts colleges ad universities Tuesday launched springtime protests against minority and money problems. The Sociology Bailding at Brandeis University in Waltham was seized; a two-day clauaroos boycott started at the Amherst campus of the University of Massachusetts; and black students picked the campus home of the president of Boston Cle. The weather was balmy with blue skies and slovdy warming tAbport student, took over Peariman Hall in the center of Brandeis campus before classes began Tuesday. Ben Tai, spokesman for the Student Adtieu G0up, presented a list of seven demands calling for amnesty for anl stdats involved, restructuring some fiscal policies at the university, protection for sonmc faculty job. and more money fhr minority programs. The classroom strike at UMASS In Amherst began in protest against proposed legislative budget cuts and some other matters. Many classes had only about 25 per cent attendance, but some schools -mainly with science and graduate students -bucked the tide and attendance was generally high. At Boston College. about 30 to 40 pickets marched in shifts at the home of President Doald Monau, to coplai about operatic., of some minority programs at the schooL The protesting students said they were keeping opel. their option of occupying a building. WASHINGTON (UPI)Sen. Edmund Muskie, D-Maine,. called on the Senate Tuesday to approve a budget with heavier spending and a bigger deficit than Prusdent Ford says he will tolerate. With the welcome backing of a key Republican, Muskic, Chialtran of the Senate Budget Committee, opened Congress' first floor debate under a 1974 retbrn on the appropriate size of the federal budget in fiscal 1976, whIch starts July I. Usually Congress passes tax and spending bills piecemeal, with no regard to their total impact. Muskie, presenting the proposal approved by a 10-3 vote of his committee, argued for spending $10 billion more than Ford proposed with a resulting $7.5 billion increase over the Schlesinger -calls us Viset wa r f ight failure WASHINGTON (UPI)--As thd lat Americans were being evacuated from Vietnam Tuesday, Deftnie Secretary James Schlesinger said that the long U.S. war elot had "failed," but he said the attempt had not been without purpose. Insa message addressed to 2.1 mIllia. members of the Armed Forces. Schleslagtf said: "It will be Stated that the wa tefwat -. oe sense, d muh ay besaidoMany 'Yet Our involvement was not pIurpOSCISIL. It WAS intends to assist a small nation to preuervt Its lad pendence in the face of external attack and to provide at least a reasonable chance to sunive." 560 bIllion deficit which is the most Ford said he wouWd accapt. "Could the federal gouenment spend lass?' Muskie asked in his opening speech. "Not whes the very economic stability of the nation is at stake. "The budget committee's near unanimous judgnient is that we cannot spend less and stBi help millions of unemployed workers and their families weather the worst recession im a generation. We cannot spend less and sti meet our come mitnients In national defense, transportation and other p r ograns" Sen. Henry Beilmon, Okia., ranking Republican on the committee, backed up Muskie. Sweet Surprise this Mother's Day. Usually available sets his own prices. .a little extra credit .9 S for being at the top of her class. The Sweet Surprise"M a bouquet of colorful Lowers Or Sweet SurpriseR, green plants with floral ac cents. Each in an imported ceramic keepsake. Your FTD FloristS will send almost anywhere, and most accept major credit cards. Order now. 1 icc.i EXTRA 1't ~I It *ubi.csi.a *f C.m.u. 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The Sndpnd. Men d.e AilIgsne W.ehy.de 4p3.4 17, NrgE Bili would give $ 15.4 million boos t to colleges Dy DEBBIE IERT Atm StaffWdrli A $15.4 million addition to Goy. Reubin AskeWs rucommendatloes for next year's unlveity system budget passed out of the House Approprlatiinu Committee Tuesday The committee accepted without amendment its education subcommittee's addition of $44 million -including the 115.4 million for universItIes -to the governor's education budget. SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBER Rep. Richard Hodas, Dl-Tampa, said the extra money would go to "support impending deficit. In present (education) bud&3ts." The Increased university system budget survived -n attempt by Rep. Wayne Misson,. D-MarImna, to shave 15 million from universities to boost the community colleges budget. After a "round wro of amendments, in which both Miss and Rep. Barry Ketun, DMiami Bleach, each moved to restore $2.5 million to the universities, the appropriations committee gave the universities the full $15,4 million. Vice Chabrman Earl Dixon, DJacksonville, said. THE RECOMMENDATIONS passed In a voice votW "by a g-o margin" I. the conmitts. Dixon added, and will go to the floor of the house neut week for debate. Of all lbs appropsiatloms subcommittees, only education asked hor more money than the governor racoumended, Dixon said. "My only concern (with the 544 millIon addition) it that we still have other budgets to casider. That money will have to come from sonic of the other areas," Dixon said. Included in the proposed 515.4 mIllion addition hor the universities budger are $2.7 million for utility costs More than 15.3 million for salaries SI .2 mIllion for operating and capital outlay Costs Slightly over SI million for graduate fellowships, which were eliminated in Aske'.'s budget. The source for the additional unimeritlas funds would be 15.3 millIon from state revenue and $10.1 million from increased "incidental income," provided primarily by the proposed increase tuition in the nine state universItIes. 'Quantity or quality' for education? By STUART EMYCICH A mgsa Staff Wrier Limiting enrollment in the state university system may be the only way to provide a quality education for its students, Florida's educators have been warned. A state senate sub-committee on education told the nine state university presidents Monday night that linjited resources for future educational funding will make necessary a "choice between quantity and quality." "THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA are not willing to rais, taxes to pay any more for education," committee member Kenneth 'Buddy" MacKay, D-Ocala, explained. "We are already past making management decisions to cut quality to make up for lost resources -maybe it is time we started thinking about cutting quantity," MacKay said. MacKay's comments came after the presidents testified for over three hours late Monday about the problems they would face under the budget recommended for next year. "AT SOME POINT in the near future -e have to re-examine the growth of the state system. Maybe it is not a blessing but a curse," MacKay said. "If we are not going to put up the money to fund education properly, maybe we ought to limit the number of students we educate," he added. MacKay's proposal to consider strict limits on future enrollments, apparently a surprise to the presidents, picked up quick support from other committee members. SIN. PIL LIEI, D-Palm Beach,. suggested that the universitIes consider eliminating lower division programs at the nine state schools, leaving the community colleges to handle the freshman and sophomore levels. Lewis, arguing thet educational funding problems were "going to get worse not better", said it was "time we took a good look" at eliminating the lower levels from the universities. A proposal to eliminate freshman and sophomore classes at Florida Technological University and the University of South Florida was doteted last quarter by the State Board of Regents after an avalanche of prmut. E.T. YORE, chaaoellcr-deulgnate of the State University System, said the proposed elimination would only "shift the burden (of education) to the community colleges, who can't handle it any better than we can." York was joined iin his objections by Jim Robinson. president of the University of West florida, who said he was "appalled to bear talk about having fewer student." "IT IS SOCIALLY reputable for us to think about capping enrollment. We have to start thinking about people who want to attend college as a fixed cost, whose needs have to be met" Robinson argued. He was answered by committee member Curtis Peterson, D-Eaton Park. who argued the state did not want "to make any mistake and let in students who should not be there, particularly in our present financial position." Although MacKay said he favored some sort of limitations on future enrollment, he explained one alternative would be for the state to appropriate a curtain level of funding. with the schools left to decide how it will be spent. Tmm THE INDIvIDUAL. dchoo or the regents could decide which they valued more. better education fur a few or lesser education for more, he explained. UP President Robert 0. MarSon said growing enrollment coupled with declining resources "presents a real problem". "9T15 ERODING mey rapidly the quality aspect of education," he argued. Pointing out US' has already decided to stabilize its enrollment next year, Mariton said the state "has to address Itself to the problem of limiting enrollment if no additional sources of revenue are available." "We are getting to the point where increased enrollment can only mean a decline in the quality of education." Marson said. -p .'PICASSODE PCCHE' .valued at nearly $1,.000 Picass o print reported s tolen By MICHAEL MYERS A~gater Staff Writr An original Picasso engraving was reported missing following -n art exhibit Wednesday on the second floor of theY. Wayne Relt: Union according to University Police Department (UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. The graphic print, entltled"Plcasso Do Poche," Is valued at nearly SItXI. ACCORDING TO Ross Smith, representative of the Ferdinand Roten Galleries of Baltimore, the live by seven inch engraving disappeared from a closed metal case sometime after 5 p.m. Wednesday UPD Investigator Martha Vnes said Smith did not know the engraving was missing until Thursday when he reopened th. case at an art show in Ordando. Varnes said Smith had left the metal cms containing the Picasso unattended while he carried another case to his car. Shuler said the case containing the Picasso did not have a lock, but did have cloth straps around it. SRUTh SAID THE second floor of the union was deserted at the tine of the alleged theft, and that he noticed no unusual activity. 'The case contained prints of greater value than the Picasso, but the missing engraving was at the top of the stack. Shiler said -n investigation Is underway, although there is no proof the alleged theft occurmd in Gainesville. This Is the third time artwork has bees reported missing from exhibitions -n the UP campus. A Picasso was reported missing in October 1974 and recovered the -ae month and .Rodin Auguste painting is still missing from a 1973 exhibit. ALPINE DESIGNS 10% -50% off Monday thru Thursday -. Tu.staob.shp.ets Fume U." (3 U.' N AIEN'S AQUATIC e 4 AND TIIt r*n W''51s0ft12 c. SMp s,.cI. 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Ping. 4.11. Imdp.d.e N.M. *Seb, WSe.drl U., 19 Journalis m grad jailed for shielding sources By TERN! SALT Akgaser SeCf Writ. Mary Jo Timrey goes to jail today. A UP jourmlita graduate and tarter Alligator reports., Tierney was charged with coutmpt of wwst Monday for refusIng to meval the sour cas whe gave her mnfrmatlon on a priS jary hntthc ofthir igth judicial cdrcuits state attorney's office. A REPOXTEN her the Cocoa Today, befnr the grand jury nest Tuesday, where she said she will again reftase to earn he ar iwe. Tlerney said the Judge, "ccred with grand jusy tutul." told ber uniems slt namas her sources Tuesday she wI"pecbably spend 30 days I. jaMl with a 5500 fie." Tfursy said John Bertset, ala, a UF graduate, wrote sto ies about a greed jury InvstIgatIon regarding "possible misconduct" iv the ofies of the st attorney Abbott Hlring. TiE iNl~nflOA'flN was woon saded to eover the Melbourne Police Departaent and city hall nerds. Dioth report.r. were called before the grand jury and asked to reveal tbefr sources but Bantoeek was released because 'lie didn't know anything," Tisrney said. Tierney, who graduated ftc., UP in December 1973, pleaded the Fifth Amendmeat because, "If I reveal my boorces, -o one will evrgive nit nfrmatdo. again." D0gC WSNG 'i1S CWWItMFF charge -s -"laf'iagenteat on my rights," lTirney also said the grand jury Invetlgton isa "financed by the public" and shoid be public information Explaining that charges would be dropped if she reveals her sources. Tierney said. ('Tey've ofthred me immunity and I said absolutely not." The Cocoa Today is appealing the case in the West Palm Beach Appellate Court because a motion to post bond hor Tierney t v Bill to assure schools 3,-SoIBr Ahme=lWler US ~ The House Educetlas Cairntns Tuesday unanimously pinsed a bill which would save se adckl from dhsacurndkIoan. The cosmitee MUl resolves a public records vs. aceredleadios dilem. which developed when Antopey General thbatt Shlik ruled tat State adiodls could not use state money to pay inaubership dues In any organization which refused to open all Its records to Florida citizens. SSEVIN SAID the Public Records Law,. which requires any organization which receives state fluids to open its records to the Faculty in court opposed By LESLIE GOLAY AllgaeStaffWriter Proposed faculty participation in Honor Court hearings would "shake the entire foundation" of the workings of Student Government, Student Senate President Kevin Malone said. Malone told Vice President for Student A tfairs Arthur Sandeen if T'igert steps in 'arbitrarily" and orders faculty on the Honor Court it would "relegate our entire system to nothing but advisory. "NINTY-PIVE PEN CENT of the (dianges asked for en she) report can he changed through normal legislative procedure. The senate can resolve everything cc its own. I'd like to think th. senate dons something rather than letting higher forces do cur work," Malone said. The fiurem of the Honor Ccc.t whether it will be abolished and replaced with a studentSacufty Honor Council. .11l depend I. part on react Ion. Aom-the student and henley senstes and curvest Honor Court officials. Lade. called an ope meeting -n recommendations made by the Tash Force for Judiciary Affins "to -h ~pie -n opportunity to say whet they lit." about the recwmmdatlons. May JO as the deadlIne 6.r final action on the tak f6rcs report. TUE IfrMflBRm task teese, of eight students and eight frouty, after two quart.s of studying the Blowo Court end the Honor Sypurn, recoinmaeded faculty Involvemast on the hearing body In order to includ, aB pasts of the university community. Homier Court Chancellor Byron Ftes.n said. "The inii pkilcojhlcul Staud of the Honor Count was that It be rua fr and by students. I agree that we need family Input,. but I disagree that faculty are hurt that much by not being part of the hearing process. It would be tokenism to put two faculty members on it." Student Sen. Ken Ofjang said he was against faculty being appointed to the hearing body because "the Honor Court is a system conceived by students for students. I tend to think of the student constitution as a covenant and any breach of that covenant would be a bad precedent." SANDEEM SAID, "I'm well aware of the problems. I don't warn to tell the senate what to do. I'm sure there Is some procedure to arrive at some concausus to settle this Discussion also centered on a reconmaudatlon to keep a notation -n a atdenr's grade transcripts for five years after he is convicted of a dhuting oIes,. Presently,. when a student ii off his probatlocary period he can ask that the record be rowd. "I don't think It Is anybody's bualnas that soweuce was involved I ape se rape while i school hew." Searn said. TOM GOOOALZ dean of student seeviva. agreed with Smadee. "I'm again psalaluig a student once he leaves the calvenkiy." he said. Petersen said he thought a public reprimand was th. beet dan to cheatn from the pratial eapurlence he's had with cheaters last quarts.Craig Mitchell. student nianber of die tak force, said the anioMn was mfheary because "graduate schools wast to know what happened." Sataemi said anothe input hearing S the recommendations would be held Thursday,. May I3, St4 pa. I. the LJUlioupublic, applies to Ihe accredItatIon agendaes which Florida'. public schools belng to. U. committee also passed a bHil to place one stodait on the Bonrd of Trustan hor community colleges, and referred back to subcommittee a committee bill to reduce bn eaucratic midtape In some tt agendas. The committee bill which passed Tuesday,. would exempt accredltslcon agencies, widi include oct-ot-state and private schools as well -s Florida's public schools, from having to open all their records wo comply with Florida law. AtE ACCREDITATiON AGENCY would be required to open to the public only those records on Florida public schools and the business records of the accreditation agency '-The bill narrows the definition (of the Public Records Law) to snake clear exactly what the state intededr to~u have opn explained. (SACS) -accredit schools by acpin them as menibers. The schools pay a yearly membership fee, and every five to 10 years are evaluated according to standards set by the agency. ACCORDING TO SHEVIN'S ruling, the accreditation agency must sign a statement that all its records are ope. before a Florida public school can said in its dues. If the aeocy refines, the school may not use state funds to pay membership fees. Not paying fees, which are based -n an instltutlce's enrollment, would eventually coat the school its mauberuhip in the acy and Its accredItation. UF has not yet paid dunt the SACS this year because the acdat ice had 'us signed the required affadavit13EL1 DOlt. SACS director, said the amecy would not sign the istateaet because jewas "too all Inclusive -we're not willng to opat the reods of mstlaudions 'idh -r not p'erned by the state of Florida." The association ha areto pnal records ancwning Fltd ubi coo apnd its cm m nies ecrd totepbi.a required by teaedd Pubi Rors Law. The change in the law's wodn llw i SACS to -the les "inu alve" s ten and permit state s ch ls o terdes and retain their mopby shei ad accredItation. ebsipadawas denied. UNTIL THE APPEAL Is considered, Tierney said she will probably have to spend the time in jail. twemny admItted she is not looking forward to hcrjail tor but she added "It's a matter principle I don't think ( have ay choice." creditation IN OTHER ACTION, the House Educadiom Comittee "approved In concept" insuaIne hIM flh Uh trh e edy.c red. tape i eaa sa. ageSi,. epooe "flexSk~iy packap" as regfried beek to a subumktes tor telan chasgas According to sem.age St mamblr Marjaria Sbenthe *ao Par ofthe bill "redcesa I*spr @1 sp." bai the State University Spurnm by allowing the Deparnmant of Aimlahstratin WOM to delegate -om at Its appiral authority to those offices closer to the managerial ledl-the Board of Rqgs, umiveralty peesldemts or dcparmna chairmen. hor cxa l. wagn uaN ..ppoes eagdtmllon bill Admialsystive approval cunaunty paise through three levels: the DOA, therea and -nvrst daMTurnbdn sa. the MU, which consisted of II different uslm. was ratued to subcommite becuseI a iad"toma subject" Oneo ctbe bE's measures -to change 'he beginning of the fnsal year beo July tO October -will pobably be take. out of the committee bill and mad. Into a separate bill. Turabull said. A bMg to Sut student an the Board af Trustees for coumwanty colleges, cesnord by Rae. Eric Smith. Diackaoevlle, and Reburt McKaight. DMlImm~pamsed through die coinuiittee te Tuea. Senate group to study university funding ore By flTUWSLEURCH Ammge e W.ber After months of finacial crises and slipping campus morale, state UnIversities got ittle gpod news Monday night. Th. education subcommittee of the state Senate Ways and Means Committee, after a marathon session of testimony by representatives free. the nine state schools,. indicated some increased funding might be avaIlable neat year. THE COMMITTEE passed a motion to explore th. possibility of increasing the level of funding fhr the university system recommended by Goy. Reubin Askew. Committee dialrman Bob Graham. DMiami Lakes. suggested the committee look into efing funds from federal revenue sharing sources for more educational financing. The proposed addition would not exceed $13.5 million. however. which i. the minimum increase E.T. York. dhancellordeslgpate of the State University Sysan. estimated would be necessary for the uulversislte to operate without "inflicting great damage." TUE PUOPOSED budget appropriates approximately 52fl million for the stare system nx year. This Is about the saint level of finding under which the schools operated this year. State Senator Kenneth "Buddy" Mackay explained the committee was acknowledging that the schools would have tome trouble operating under the proposed budget. He said the cmitewsgi back this week an ok atthe fgin what additional fud ar a necessary." a ns r A VOTE ON the budj eec Monday and will possi ecme Friday. psil oe A subcommittee ii h os approved $15 millioninctheaHse system, with th nrae mortof th ad to conic from hger titof head The stare Board ofRgnshv approved tuitio inrese or hat 'tudents. Although notretasproveta legislature. cfficial~ 'Jtye approv Certain.syaprva LUMP SUM FUNDING It schools, already approve by a g to "go rci to see absolutely AppXO1EIMtIOnS subcommIttee, also reCeIVJl support from the sate -ae. db~uOne of the op prirites university ofd yne fiel., lump sum fudn wol cage thc Out this Concept of state fundIng bnstrict item-btitem budgeting to a more Iltaible method. recently Is other action Monday. the committee alO the state approved -n additional II cancer ServiKW ed funds positions be added to the UP Health Center buget. already The positions wIll be used in the opertifi e systan of the UP dental Clinic d by the Other requests f6r additional funding for sainiost the health center *jlj be studied by the committee later this atek he state The ftquestlndludesag25,WO ,ncrea fc House utility costs and 42 crer wevice positio"

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Pqe St. hapdqe.4N.M. Sa.s. Wedb.Sqe. 1p4 l 915" E aton lear ning pres idential' ropes Dy LISLE GOLAY Aptgalr StaffWr Jim Eaton found out fast that being Student Body President requires personal sacrifices. Last Saturday, he skipped his little bwotber's bigh, school baseball game to go to Tallahassee to help save the new florida Student Lobby. EA'TON SAID HE first decided to run for president during winter quarter. "Last fall l wascrouuly considering going somewhere else for law school but I decided to stay here and stay involved. I went around to talk to people to me bow they felt and see if they wanted to work with me." In lookin. for his party's ruasing mates. Eaton sat down 1 V .wo't be pompous' Merryday to lea' wihfrens to decide the strongest possible combination. "CALEBGRIMES (SG Treasurer-elect) had considered running for president also but we worked that outaihbly,' Eaton said, Eaton, who was chairman of Students For McGovern, said he could not frsnee any problems working with his ne. vice president, Dan Lobeck. who was chairman of Students for Nixon. "I asked Dan to run because I was looking for qualifications and Diii had dccc a lot of work and had a lot to show for it. He can be tihe perfect person for vice preuidett since he has worked is the cabinet and knows how to make it work." Eaton said. "I'LL ThY TO keep things close with Dan to make sure We don't go off its different directions when we're speaing for SG. If we dou't agree when we're talking to the regents and the leilature Uhen they can play one off ather," hO said. Eaton, 21, Is a Florida Blue Key member and was senate president from sprIng 3974 until he lout reelection 6Jl 1974. ThiupoS the campaign Eaton was accused of rnnmg with the fraternity bloc. However. Eaton flee joined a farnnty because he "simply didut feel like It at the time." EATION SAID, "I urn myself as a liberal. I gut out in the seat a coupl. of tines Im not sure If it was more spring madn than political activsm, thougis. One .f Eatsn's goals Is to rmstme SG respectability. 'I'd like SO uot to be a laughing stock anymore. Just the lack of scadals In our campaign shows that we did something right this tins" "l plan to ,o beck to the dorms once a qurter and get hedak tbout student's concerns. I .ant to be more acEATN, A DANK hardTaurus, has one brother who lives I. Ft. Myers with his stepfather and mother. When he vS post the ame way he ran it-q uil y Dy D3I ENICESON lean ofie9MyU studentua ware ofhis ac kep a low profile "I dono beee It Is the reponsbity of the SO oficils to minds tim wh couldb spa waking," Mery said. "I iNDEi Is mere Important to try to Sdteno, the a d it in9 d ews. t en to be In my of Menyday sadhs mod puumaliy salsh ccomplishmant was "dhe inufatil-. of a rasp hor the hasdIcapped in front cftthe I. Wayne RaiI Union." "I think It I. degradIng hor a handicapped pernn to have to be carried upsi" he said. HIS MgAI "tangible accomnpllahmamnt" has been keeping dorm rents fromn Increag, he said. "When I ewitud office last spi-, the Board of Regents werecon. aig a pmposal toralse donr estaSlgto Sl7fr the 1975-76 school year.". Nest yewr there will us be -n Increase Ii dorm rent and linen aevlce wmllbeoptlcnal. codlstigfldens $10 If they Sect to take advantage of It, be said. "puEvEnTro G mx EN! inmrate saved students living In dorms SIC a quarter. which Is more than they conibute to SO all year." he said. "Intangibly," Merryday said his adminIstratIon has restored a lot of faith in SG. As evidence. Merwrday cited the 21.5 per cent voter turnout a' the reaet spring SG ciectlons. ALTHOUGH THIS was a five per cent increase over the 1974 SO spring elections, an Alligator survey of UF elections a' the lest decade showed the 297530G elections ranked only seventh In iotar turnout. Another vison for students' lack of faithi SG in the pust (Mryaysadmllrtlc ae reuied," he said ae silig sa1-ekForida Ntoal Gard offce INWINTER QUARTER 3973, SO President Sun Taylor and Student Senste Preuident Gary Rutledge resigned be ase thyg we ce otrste ro F students. Century Tower to camend -e Slection laws were also isportent accm,lshsmit Meyday said. 'lb. cwner In fret of the tower was case of the highest .alde .octio on campus. 'TDE NEW ELECTION L AWS treed people to campalwn mc,.s puer aly. Last year I was esbaassed that campei sipns and junk differed the campus." be said. flegeslag cc the padt year, Msrryday said there were "two muii things wated todo thls lear that did not get don., "flit, I wasted the senate to became active In acade mic policy an second, I wanted a ligere quality of participation In the umealesy c.ams. S "il Uno CAHEST or do not parllcdpatw -s mudh as they si in lbs comakttes. Sometimes It Is because the adnte appaistud do nut have -ny pdior knowledge about the comumltte C Its fumactimn or they -r not notified of coeafale meetings," he said. Munryday said as getting excited or letting his temps get out of control Is thesons Important thing he learned this past year. 'You must learn to take criticism." he said. "If it is well placed, take it and if it is not, you must learn to ignore it.'' The only drawback to the office is the short lerm. said Merryday. "You get good at the job. get bills in the student senate and pe Jwuapassd ausd'leterm is over."'Mdrrydsysaid F So A was ten years old his family moved to Ft Myers from West Eaton 'till grad ItO in 51100 and flue UF'S College of Law "During the summer I plan to take sounss its my major (pliic] cinc) haIv alway be. bt he said. As far shm future is cacerued, EMSt 'Sid, be wants to be a lawyer and practice In Florida. He jIMt can't decid, whern he "I LNE F~hIA aa whole, I j-s cadt decide on an Eaton sai seveal ien he eap-eu g-o relations wit the press and would hold cpan lntuuvlsw, while choosing applIcants fhr SO cabinst position. -Ifdte p--anbe very e ---Hwanpopbe a fair judge of what's going omIf they dOS'I know. Word will be gives out constantly -n what we're doing. As a matter of fact. the press will probably get sick of hearing from me." he said. EAON SAI -E.sgon o et hs nw oo ors -realo -aeb amer Court shouldn't beopen. Ijust want sdeqcatesafeguurds that Innocent people pa~o~sast ion in sying o'eacmlse "i LnE TmE experiace of meeting and working with -n afhlot ofpeople who wbetrdh the rI fmyli. "Sometimes I fedl that being Student Body President is a pretty dubious honor the way same people -n cmps thiwk about It," be said with a chackke "Uma-pmspl. arw the state think -or about the poutis obhm thee huae -c ampm do, Eaton said he wn at out is bs a h.n~ gabber and would "try hatd nus to bezuhomoe. tbsp. abse people r IUl tdll -e whatever', auong wihwntImdung. VfI don't try to matali n -Iufuc"mtlm Bow then peope nfls' have a g-o opinion of what I'. doing." EA'TOW SAID HI'D like to barn mace shidest Input in the selection of entert"im-" pirs. Wemneed to have a spring tbingflke a llowsen Ball. I'd like to .ae one big spring tbvosu behind Hue Hell, maybe." Hie also said he would lobby In Tatahsm. for the lglzaton of madjumn Wfho bs. ahe th r k. "I feel that everon would agrse that that hs a lqgMas astern of colhe, atdmits everywhere. I don't think I would be a good represmitetln If I dld't work hir Se lgeinl .ATON SAI DE would activelyy Ur7 to re me woflfl involved its SO." and he deudnd feat g appzitioo to amitig women to Florida Urns Eay in 1973 Womes who were dg*Ijj admIttmnce to the all-malk honrar ladeshp CraImI zs threslmed to have the organlradae's Ands cut oft. Eaten eiplaited that Lobeck was ouly against the woflen'l methods. "Dan was for having 'tem In Florida .u Key but they wee tng to cut ci and Des said 'ad'. Eaton sa1d .B~gI~g WOto asmeuhy rocust aM students into SG cabinst positions and pgas, tas maid he will be going to Tallahassee cble to wor unt ah regents and legislature, like Stine Mmnryday, outplqn Student Body President did. But unlike his predecaawor Eaton wBil act have an unlisted telephone and has promised to snalnteIn regular afternoOn office hours. At the moment he said her has no plans for a "big political1 future" and is not even sure If lie could "take the campaigning again. I got sick Mhmisarlng styssif talk somnetim% but at least I was able to say what I thought."

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ANTRAKaPAISIEP T Goln.vllI. Me. 326W) 377-4226 L~aa ma4 tj N ( I! 4,' A Unque enSnatln e Natre' beuty AndI Craftsman88's Pridie s6$n.hi vilumw.I cpa .siin and saq.,il'cei ~wornn.h'p In lb. *Ionqn eoU*.n a *ndtal .Ith I9hlb ,rfhrvan tnd,.n tred.r wkn wIJ b. ap hand ,hi% I ha voflen oma .r FMOM $&W9 to $Sites | Mep'emesadyes WMi U. As Bookiand [m5hr oa 1Frldoy May 2 Scsirday May 3 BOOKLAND Gamytse MHa 373.0651 Th. Independent flodd. Amigesov. W.4n.dcy, ApdI Ut IM7 Pew* SG treasurer election validated By DEUDIE ERICKSON Allign. Staff Writ. The results of the SG treasurer's race were finalized at Monday riighr's election commission meeting. Action party candidate Caleb Grimes was officially declared the winner with 2,120 votes. florida Student Party (FSP) candidate Greg Sherman received 2,106 votes. Lest Wednesday night, FSP requested h recount of the votes in the treasurer race because of only a 12 vote difference between the two candidates. Although there was a 28 vote discrepancy between the public counter and the signature sheet, Director of ESections Scott Simmons recommended the treasurer election be validated The missing signatures were "probably due to the oversight of poll workers." Sunmons said. Five students who forgot to sign the sheet before voting have contacted Sinimoes. After making the commissioner's decision. Sherman said "I am very satisfied that Scott has spent the last couple of days and has found no conscious effort to defraud the student body. "I am personally satisfied the meulti a. legItImate and request the election commission not pursue it any further," he said. Sininons said the election commission members will serve until their terms expire on July 30. By 'TOM VEENSTRA AItumn.r Staff Wrbir SIGN LANGUAGE, Learn and interpret the league of the deaf Thursday at 7 p.m. at the A.Q. Junes Building. 716 NW 10th St. room 24. WATEIPOLW A free Innertube waterpolo and swim-in will be held at Broward podltonigt from 8to midngt. IZCIURE, Dr. Raymond B. Nbco., prominent latin American Journalist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota will present a discussion and lecture at the home of Professor R.N. PIerce, 4710 NW 13th Ave., at 8 tonight. Students and faculty are Invited. "Bring your own beer." requested. lAMBDA GAMMA PHI. LOP will present a put lecture by Dr. Dailey, D.V.M. from the USDA Regulatory and Quarantine Dept. in Miami tonight at 7 In room 211 Mechanical Engineering Building. FISUEE THROW, The UF Frisbee aub .111 bold a frisbee throw Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Florida Field. For more anfirmaton call Tom 392-9304 or Ron at 392-0640. LECTUuE. The Lmdte-Day Student Assoclation wili present a lecture by DavId 3. Burton on "The Nw Llght Visio, of losephi Smith" Thursday at noon at the Institute of Religion (north of Norman Hall -n Southwest 5th Avenue.) STUDENT SEflVlCES. "Teaching You The System" presents Dr. Ladcile Wilson from the School of Nursing tonight aiR8 at the Vilage Park Apes. recreatlos town, lO00 SW 16th Ave. All Interested stdesa r -Invited to attend. OlECflTVMS. Students of Objectii wHi meet Thursday at 7:30 pam. In room 150B in J. Wayne Relax Union: aTUDENT SUPPERs Th. United Methodist Church, 1320 W. Unlvernhty Ave., will sponsor a student supper tonight at 6 for si. NOW. "Women Unlimited" will be the topic at the NOW meeting tonight at 7:30 In room 349 J. Wayne Reitn Union. Ejections will be held at 7 p.m. BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK, Free blood pressure checks will be snonsm-ed by the Circle K club May I through 3 at the ]. Wayne Reiti Union Colonnade from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call Circle K at 392-3678. TALK: "Living Plant Correlation of Continental Drift' will be the subject of Dr. Danariffin tonght itS8 in roomi 213 Floyd Hall. For further knftrmatioa call 392-2233. ELECflONSa PE, HE. RE College Council ESectIons will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the front entrance to Florida Gym. Gi.S. The Graduate Student Union will meet to elect new officers for 1975-76 tonight at 8 at the Episcopal Student Center. 1522 W. University Ave. All graduate students are invited to attend. YOUNG DEMOCRATS. The Young Democrats invite all interested to their legislative lobbyng meeting Thursday at Broward Hail room 100. For more information contact Lisa Sellers at 373-2271. CIRCLE K, Circle K will have -n Induction banquet Thursday at?7 p.m. at the lItian Fisherman. Admission is 55. For more wtrrrnation contact the Circle K office at 392-1638. CONNATe Te UF Simulated Combat Cub will meet tonight at 7 in room 347 Relax Union. ECL-SATSANG, The Galnenvlhe Eck-Satuang Society will hold an Introductory talk tonight at 7:30 in room 121 J. Wayne Reins Union. COtE 'TOGETHER, WUFT Channel S presents a return appearance by Gamble Rodgers tonight at 1I and a sampling Qf transcendental meditation May 3 at II p.m. DADMINTON CLUE. The Badminton Cub will have its club meeting today at 8 p.m. In the mouth side of Fl.r.d. Gym. Meetings are ope. to th. public, and equipment will be provided. For more inforinatiwe, call Dave Zarco. at 392722x MATH MA JORS. A meeting for all math majors will be held today at 4:30 in room 215 Walker Hall to elect representatives to the Arts and Scenects Student Council and to discuss math advisor job opportunity. r WHAT'S HAPPENING

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P.s S. .'d.de. alt ig. Weeed.A.I U. P S Prohibition Al Capone, the legendary Chicago underworld boss of the 1920's, was said to have made a small fortune running bootleg wiskey during prohibition. Capone realized people weren't going to quit drinking because there was a law against it. and he capitalized on that fact. Today we face a similar situation with the laws banning marijuana possession. In the last 10 years the number of arrests for possession of pot in the U.S. has soared, from an estimated 18,815 in 19%5, to 420,000 in 1973. In spite of this an estimated 26 million people in 1972 had tried marijuana, and of these. 13 million were reportedly regular users. These figures indicate that vigorous attempts to curtail the use of pot are largely in vain. One result. of this legal impotence is a growing disregard and disrespect by pot users for existing laws. Florida House Rep. George Sheldon recently fied bill to make first otfrnhe cases of pou-eu-in of up to an ounce of marijuana only a violationn' or possession of more than five grams (about onesixth of an ounce) a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a SS,000 fine. We believe this proposal is an overdue and welcome awakening, considering that in 1974, 72.5 per cent of all narcotics arrests in Florida were for marijuana. This included 22,681 arrests, 20,360 of which were for possession only. In Gainesville alone in 1974, 68 people were arrested for possession and another 38 nabbed out in the county. The harm caused to a young person by a conviction for possession is way out of proportion to the degree of good it is likely to achieve. Felony convictions almost always blight the future of youths who are unlucky enough to be caught with pot, One indication of th. effectiveness of Florida's law is the fact that .maylaw enforcement authorities have privately adopted policies of nonenforcement, looking the other way instead of making arrests for mere possession of marijuana,. In October 1973 Oregon passed a law almost identical to Sheldon's proposal. A year and a half later a district attorney in that state observed that police were spending more time working on more serious crime, young people and police had developed a better rapport, and the number of court cases awaiting trial had been reduced by one third. Sheldon estimates that Florida currently spends about 515 million a year on a losing battle against pot. With this in mind we believe it's long past time for a new and sensible approach toward the problem. and we believe Sheldon's approach is the answer. We commend Alachua county Rep. Sidney Martin for publicly endorsing this bill, and urge his fellow local representative Bill Andrews who has voiced opposition to carefully consider the facts and support it. We also urge Sens. Bob Saunders and Buddy MacKay, on the Senate end, to lend their support to the measure. Don't make the same mistake prohibitionists did, chances arc you aren't going to win. Nmv u bees fedIng uafrr lately as you walk the streets of GalnesvIlle? You should be. Th. local police hiave just put on one of the greats shows of effiduecyr I. the history of law esaforcanent. MiUUDE3S, RAMS5, and robberies may go unsolved, but when It cwaes to the bIg stuff, our boys in blue are on the ball. It took them only two days to get a summons to GaInesvIlle's newly opened pornoprphy shop. This may have been the most inprasive display of governmental efficiency since the U.S. Congress shoved through a bill banning local blackouts of sold-out professional fostbali games. And then was no pussyfootlng around with the charges either. The goveuses laid It rdght -n the line. It has charged that dtre clerk Fred Lee Sykes "did knowlqly sell or distribute a certain obscene, lewd, lascivIous, fithy, Indecent, iumorSl, sadistic. or masochistic maga." I would hops that's mqbug to bring the decent people among my readers to a peek of moral idigpaton. Those charges alone should spark a moral crusade in Gainesvlle. Of comrae there -r probably a frw pinko connie perverts .eadlng this ailms. And they want to know: "Where cam I ge this pood stuff?" Im tging to beapu to corruptionn of the youth of America. It's bad enough already. You can tell that just from talking to Fred Lae Sykes. He says that .hn college students walk into that den of iniquity, the first thing they say Is: "Let me sa something gross. The Independent Florida Alligator ul ~ jam .ck Mra.Evelyn Eat rAnMdes. ten, Mdovo tyndse. onh Can these be the leaders of tomuonow? Would Richard Nixon have said such a thing back when he was dthbisg over transoms at Duke? And most lupotandly, does Grand Rapids. Mich. have a porno shop? Or any bookstore. for that mitter? And it's not only the youth of GUdnedvIkl that has been corrupt That old porn peddlis' Fred Lee Sykas said that a 70.year-old man spent about I5bcS i the hack of the stort watching dirty mo'is. At 25 mins a throw, that's 60 dirty movies, The conclusion is in-scapble. Then is a dirty old man lurking somewhere around Guinmyille. Your mission, my fellow crusader for mwttly (should you choose to accept it), is to find this dirty old man and steal his raincoat. And when that's done, we can turn to the business at hand: We ca tat by doing ay it all the other dirty magazines in town. And I don't mean j-s the obvious ones like "Playboy" and "Psnhomse." Some supposedly respectable magazines -r -u -s bad. Did you -e the cover of "Nwwetk" fhr Mazdh 3? It had a stark naked Meus on It. And the Hankh 311mw.u was cvn worse. That one had a wovr featwiag a Vlaease-baby without stitch of clothing on. It should be noted that the Gad-fsris people of Dallas. Texas did sot put up with that last ccv.'flecy covered up that baby. From ther, we can proceed to pat pants a stray dogs and do all the other thing9 that hays to be don. to make GaInesville a decent -lc to live. You may be asking yourself how wi are going to finance thi worthy eveantu Aft, all, there -r a lot of naked dogs in We can do it the same way the city is funaming Its parl in the crusade. Before the porno shop opened. the cdty lit it UP for a business license and -n maemessin Mess That gave the city plustyofmoneyb do osing it down. And you thcqght powr goverumest was Sepi be Cawisgh. O .nJ. "ftc~e M Mi-nd K., Mint Gemi m.p9r Moving" Co~a spec .9 Sc o.C Isor. &Mn Pidoien Me~. mpdai -. -.,.s'gb JSw PLtSSd 'V P.O. Sn. 13M6a Unw.Vly sulen. oast S.*s vaet 'n Ums. b0h1k. '-. cnS7SM& Mvs.n~lse n .dvcSfla hwwn: 'b'" Cur ARUN Womenfolk and kids saved

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fib I~q.~tn.M A~.Waidn.?.r Apt S, WIe Pq.9e EDITOEI Dr. Hewead Appledorfi criucism of bealt eds WWIIpted me to putialltispag oommo. Sense. It doesn't require a Ph.D. or scientific verncaionto understand the virtues of natursi fhod, thcug this is easily found. Simply eaM se CommOO sense tells me that living the way nature Intended Is the way to stay healthy. Nature did not intend for people to take her perfect torehuse nutrition, rem~ovC the most baelcal elements, destroy Whfl7 mstr I. the name of shelflife. add tozic chemicals and synthetkc vitamins and caMl that thing "enriched". COMMON WISgE also say. that when you apply a chemical to kill a living thing, even if it be a lowly, despicable mold or gern, you are striking at the very mechanism that wakes lift work, andy ww EDITOR, DIcydliwsie the LF campus sem noba getting the msage abau -iyls and the law. Moseelec~ts are stopping at latenseetoms. signalling ar tugse ad riding with lights st SdIt. And the reason for tir cash.o sems to be aware.s. 'Thy're aware that two-whitled bikes and soft bodies won't Saop S speeding car. And they know that canings driving hs sate to giS them a ticket if it dosm't et them killed flat. NO TUnug'r ELI evEr bee, killed on the UF aP u in a bike aecddest.' lere have been concush.on and broken bones and skin.d elbows. Rut off campus. five people Were killed In GdInsil.e last year. Three of the accidents happe1,.j a slgt. Two of the victiuss rode ONE AODU~nwas a Isis and rn. dare not forget that you yourselt consist of billions of cells that rely on that same mtch an is. Granted, one needs to be informed to guard agamst misinformation. But what ar the facts surrounding "civilized diets'"? The incidence of diabetes, peptic ulcer. intestinal d iverticul its, dental caries, renal stones, and heart disease have all soared over the past 50 years EXCE17t where people still live on their traditional Appledorf aloofly declares "1 am a technologist Let's face it, folks, modern foods are just one more example of technology creating more problems than it solves. Peter Burkard 4AG Granary replies to story EDE'TON Thks letter is In response to your "feature ankile" ot ApdI 25 In which your staff writes attempted to revie, the 'health hood" -ma I. GaiaesvUe from several pelats of vIew and utturly failed. Presumably. The Au geaintains some pretext of objasbIr.ty bet me wonders, then, why mSa-compurlsou survey between various "beaM h fod" storms conducted by the ownsr of one of thoe store was pubaibyTe Mlgaor kitnotlogicalt m .ta h we iquets ogi show histblisni ent inth mstfaorbett oy stis journalistIcally Improper, .dvertlsing aside. but it also shows a wodaul lack of understandlag Cn jeur part of the Hogtown (nFood Co-operative. miN s place, prices quoted in the sunqe were our inu-member prices,. which -r 25 per cent hlihw than our active maubsr prices. In the second place. in s conceivable that the prices quoted for Our Daily Bread were not their shelf prices, but rater th*i "Wise Shopper's Prices'. In the thIrd placn, the choice of items compared was toledy at the discrete .f the gentleman who witductSd the comprSe. While other "ben h od" stores art experiencing financial hardship, the Granary Ia flomishlag. With over 310 memberships. wo hid It difficult to stock enough food In our small store for everyone. In fact, we art presently looking ftr larger quarters. The Co-op has usdergone amazing growth in a ft. short months and has maintained is nonprofit integrity. Logically, then, it seuns that psoftmaking ii inconsistent with the "health food" market in Guinesylle. 'TO THE POINT of the "health food"' issue as advanced by Dr. Howard Appledorf. we would agree with his Initial definition. Food is not food unless it is healthy. However, we also believe that the cumulative effect of chemical pesticides', artificial preservativies. artificial colorings, ad nauseam on the human body is pernicious mid. as yet, not seriously researched by technologists of Appledorfi ilk. The real effects of our constant ingestion of preservatives et .1 will be apparent is l990s, when ours will be the first chemicalladen generation to reach middle-age. if we haven't suffered mass myocardial infarction first. Please consider these points, friends at The Alligator, and do be more objective next time around! JhmPeples Chalrpermon Hogtown Granary Two cyclists were struck by drunk driven. AccordIng to Florida Statutes, the bicycle and the automobile are equally responsible under the law. It you're a cyclist you know better. If you've ever been squsesad Into the curb at an Inaeseetios, run off the edge of a narrow road, or smacked -n the back by a laughing passenger you can remember wIshing for baur wheels and two toes of steel to drive yOU safely home. So until motorists are mature enough to accept the bicycle as an equal. and until city planners provide for sate bikeways where they're needed, survival on a bike depends on observing the law. common ,cnse, and staying codl. The worst pert of the motorist can't seyu on that bike. he can't honor your share of the road even if he wants to. If you ride it traffic Vea reflectorfiag that can be seats over the tops of the cars. If you rid. at night, get a headlight and put reflectors on the beck and sides of your bike, If yo're riding your bike on the UF campus. remember the rules. SInce February, University Police have issued nearly fl0 tickets fir the cyclists who "tirgot." Two hundred tickets were for the students riding at night without lights. Those are just the one e caught. That's fl0 riding around trying to commit suicide. And we have just 50 officers tying to find them bdfore they become statistics for Operation Lit. Jim Shuler Public Informatioti Ofce 4 Looking backward and forward -EIO .ins.ny children, and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, i. No people at all are alive, It fact, who rnaumber that ride, for It took place 230 years ago this mouth. Vet Asurlcans is 50 saa -lokn bac I affeti n u o"the em bate who heeded the orders issued by Captain Parker on the Lexington get on the morning of Api19"Stand you grond; do not fire ales fired upon; but if they want a war, let It begin here." IT DUGAN, AND so did America. In this unhapy year of 1975 at is worth asing: What gave the ely American people of the resources of valor and courage that they displayed at Lexington and Concord? What enabled them to carry the battle fhr independence against overwemIng odds he 1775 to back ealr to wha is called the Great Awakening of 1725George Whitfield, ionathan Edwards, Gilbert Tannest,. -Theodorus Frduisghuysez and others stirred lhe people of the colonies front Main to Ger.l helogy became a more popular topic of conSeefive; Hardly a man is now alive who rusembers that famous day and year. versation th an politics,. Coleges were fouded to train mne for th inishtry and to educate minority peoples. Th Bibl wa ra mo tha any othe bok on the AND WNAT A morale builder It proved to be hor the hard-pressed colonists When the time of testing came, the body politic was ready. The issues had beat sorted out-. The p-pl believed with Jonas Clarke that "nothing is moreevidast from history and expeulasce than God's care of his people." In that spirit they built a nation. Two hundred years have passed and the United States is still a soverdign republic. having survived war. invasion. sedition. rebellion, slavery. crup ftele, panic. epidemic. -.pdd.,ahus. Coummaluu. moral' decay. polaih and a lot more. usa -was created, a Ygt -o -would dany that America today is I. deep trouble. We are bueegaered -n many fronts including the all Important moral frot. What a tonic it would be If our danocracy could receive a hint of confidence suds as came with the Great Awakening! Let this be our bicentennial prayer: Lord, revive your people and shake us out of our doldrums. God, Bless America? Jack Stephens JAS TheIndepnn Florida Alligator -==owSo-f Don elc Wh. Efl Gin rPoner Tom nSIwo Ake. Ne, sic C Use common sense with health foods I Bicycles and cars both respnsible forf Tety

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Se It, lb. Iiqa.&.wen N.M.dd aige.r W6.dnady, AsII S 1971 SSIF FOE SALE Th',,.noliceofao oebypMIcoulcry of lost or obandov,.d properly ,.covred on UF Conmpum th. auction will be h.Id nwkecollcncdewaea of JWitJ o.n May I. 1975 bfinnn 04 l0 on mIncluded for ooclhon 11l1 be opproxirn,.Fy 46 hecyclas I .tdnielle, gewetry, beoba, cklng, .yeglame, etc Ptopenty *he. hot been, held for 30 doye and not claimed by .h rifuI ownor by I0@ off OfionMy I. 1975 well be.lia he puthc outcry All prnce&do'o Ga.e toan Fund (@-4l122-c) Weddmg londe, Engogemni ig. Tadilnl ar Coomep.rry dauigna .4 y-u c.c Hondrmide far individual. wMo wn 'he bet OrIginal work by Sotrh' Leading A41i. Maee Gold SmIph and Lopldsf Uncoadltional Oaeee OZZlE Sy apoin$e only fl73S94. (a-S-15-) NEAU*tAFU 72 Kowaoeki 7$0 lut rebjikt bernet clutch. Iront cw'ipler, vety leit Inm excelle.,, cord need caSh $950 od Men'. 10 .pd bike almco new *.nille', wondhtlon new tubes and headlightinaking $7$ calI 373-5025 (aCLEAi, IOUla rererfuly mnus .Ili 2 ,ecvllinler .ll, okers under wm.eny. Portec. ,new-4W0 mskin 299 3Th.W12 oa-)-123-p) _______ UW0 Dew, $139 monthly paym.Nt for *hre beooem, Conre. Sioct eoue Why Rent 371-8424 or 376-719W (c-fl1219p) MUL Tens -lep beg. boedO dishln, etc. ALL CAPlN EMSIP GI $MLE Allens Aqunlc & Trail Coe.We 3NE8W. tk4. Awe. 373-92 (i4-)2$-c 'ThM44bi prnf, kl taeo -i en IcoeW inr,.ll prk *-S.Md garden, ner laind unfurn 4 mIle *e cifpu Only flO W13-q)4 1wb 2 lo.S-.I.p For 5.4. -e of Ouw. Ac. rac~n brae S.W ,d CoppI png bis., ill AlA yrIg talllen-.,pwr hewr 'us, Ws bleinet. $150. AMo hurna beared, tAGKAsumlsece. 3SW.-OI9 -.gs.6p p*ior .Fn~ $17. vuer. ums SMs, fllh'inytin -ft*-$6 4 .eeI' -ale sa mot .II,.r bee eflen call MA. at W7-4AC (c-S1-12). C~Comdo.,,nhm-Cremcww leach 'robebly ,he nksS .tmeud f., l n any N*nh IFlorida beech Priced below oried I nlwe. Call 37U-3050 weekay. or IS0 asn weked a. ala.t l@-Ib.12) ald EngliCh $heepdmg. 3 month. old male. AMC OChmpnnSIp bleed ime, Sergpined priced -f S1lO W37341 (a *-1219. ROGER COIMM Prismt e.e.nFEDERICO FELLNIr.aenFRANCO CRISTALDI NOP hhhIOR I. O ;J ISCO4NT TICKE? 3t3 --''THIS AflRAC -diddle .pUb hewn A-ti e --.~ a ~ a a. a. .* ,. I.

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TheMdp.d. RJ.A~lbe wi.a, 4 N 1975. P*Il L-! .Jf -iEL Ti --~ s -U" Ma-a E-RP *6-3 a van aMa mu a r u-rn ZMecws jewelers IL Shiv. Me WOWS WI. MWI / to a wn tv CnenS A Sener ciwnel. WNI M8k Vert $keck ExM .S9MSignite TV C II atel Wit59 PM se 4 AM steSt 1nWh PM flnd. -oino aw swmim. cmc CL o[E apt. MMU*ATES 6ea 'bees. Mey I 65 '" oegndufl Maya FALL R ATES $95 t|||'r' bo*' $100 '" d*wd afe Jun IL Pni.fl,.d.ehr.W U 2N.aeh AvonuC ssI FOR SALE vkones 70 albums. 50 0 trucks 17(X) -wetin" Control air and too. coi port nery good COndition lurnithed r. ho mroe safe tnoder cork 4,$o)C cel befo. 9 AM or of,. e 3r PM 377 sse Mondoy-Fridoy no weekend, {a 2I 24 len-speed peugeot pa 01two ynos od $150 1516 Nw lit place 021-2 25-pJ FOR RUNT Moving onytim. bwn en Nowi Sep. WE CAN i*LP YOt FIND A HOME CA APMiTMEN, Joel Sredge., Reoitoea 4 5.W *1, avenue. m777W (8-5100p her lb. summer or loll in'rer Coall i4dvIIt P7-40192 (6-40 112p1 feetures A.be far. wu ug ahelre V,.w Mabel. Viliege Avoltb. to new tenants only (b-s-i16,) ,,,,o. nde imw iey tewellon Villag. 2 drm 2 bout, p-lItde Ar resi paid 5O p. mic ple% wIll Cclinmd o.Coroiineo 376Oak. Apt Own roor 103-mo I 3 *liIee Peal. bouno. tennis court co~l 377-067 Avoloab.e mnm.dio,.il (b-5. larg 26' -lha *p cent oc shag. pool l.uu*y. s.ut, $lm s.cwfly deposri pe~d. mihie lho.J sept iS. 26s-ili P3-.fl9 (6-5-22-. .ne luurs it.bedron, -ovotlobi hir .astm, Plenty .f .pore endmn-y Mskee. Coll offl pr ofl 7231i Ony hre loks rn. :;r. SuMt Vtr quater Spc cil Sumrnet Iioont'4 u 16th-Aug3w e *uatd e. Contmoi -ofalowad i esaand wis Cc.,, in sOon. heM.e its_ -e bue. We hove en 0p0 t suit yau Air Cendleined Swimming Pool You -a beathiftah but vct the prices Coil ng~pqDor come by the cffic, at 1524 NW Mth Ave wvady afterno.s (610s-119-0) 1~e 2 h' fur" ope""t'"' Ov'ilab 'ieecoe to cwmA aS sw Qepo. hove e.n 6*n in 2 bdr, mailerr hetned eg 1w bme 7 mi wentcfavilC $58 pnr t call 94.ndo 374-4446 S-4 ar 02.-WV cter SW f emd. (i-f'-ll8--P) f.re. .,.m wont.d. a, ea. Ato eoMay) W 47a meal' + S2a.m dpott No 1es Call ellrneer cme by otter 3W0 lb-S-I2f.t PUR 4N own bdrn mhouse II 61 1msm 9anu -w -el Sop.r mnonth -lu % till Call V2Ofl (63124,p1 13 tomuderd a'cooPle -sulty turn **,u rm q~v at V. lho rm -as ml + -. opio aS roatbf fl5' 0.n. 3e 77S8 b-.1424.pI LW.e In C new hoaua. for Jewa $100 i .sld ced yeu t@ IF51 l 0p026bd hi. afe efoil tFumnished, 51Wcall W77fllO (b-S-12S) DS FOR RENT otre. i esHu.olk wo prop.rt 'ocoed na Nowihorne Rd Only 1150 I -F I ied Pe A soc 377-6092 op o sn'rn qt less 'lin blc icampu I 160 no ncles oil urlr,.Funsed cbe cc oil uk Ae Ap N'o 4 Mke 3fl-4444 lb St124 mc Cal Ann 373-5367 nit. 373-C7U (bovoilobi. now oddess 7117-132 SW Arch. Rood (b-S 123-p) Avoii FailQtr, 'Oniy 6 was eft to lock" 3 5 d hom.-W sectio 4 Oulfet-NW 2 oy 5 3 bdr ha useS -5 available United halhEsat. MAmoc RoinmAl.p wate,-.f. ed roi age hougrden $72 S month ec plus '4 utliitl. COl P774677 L.awe nmesge far Mary. (b-s124,) 2bdrn, vobihom. fore n $126 -e ma call gienda P6-Me 48-A -r02-WV0 oft. s lb-ft.-l our house n.a duclipod need. a femol. room ma.e own b.*l e, be living roam. den, kekben, scn.g we. b~g f.,,cd, and very gee,.,~ad. 63.33 an -S uuilfll. ccii 3-g.2m (b.).125. Wovntad 2-4 peopl. to sublel Inwlious Gotorwood 2 b-room, 2 balh 0p for .;.M reduced "a.'. $240 to $20-'o call 377-513 or lA Gatern"di (b-)25tcom-*. needed fur fal iv arW4e quat.r clcee1 It empusa 7.da. + % ulmllSpocI ec fun~h~itS. lledbg cafi jet P9-127 (b--I.j Waned Sinl -I dime I 6*. opal, -Srccdyvtne. ern.n pet.-. -l. -n by Ahne, -il Ge. -: MNl5,w.* le w. mKey (c44-24.) MUCUS k-.e robots S nedaSmmrJb Earn over $200 per week Interviews -Wed. April 30 6pm fieItz Union-Am. lUG I a I I I I FREE I I I '3 I GOOUYONANYWHOLEIU I I I WITH ThU WUNU I Good Mon-lb.,,. Myll I I I II I harnAu4,, .1 706W. UnIv 373.301 FOR RENT campus 556 25 + 4utilhw.e 3P-7435 sublet May -Auo 3 1 1* unlvrnbiSd, koandy~,In 1l7r.o AC, pool. selfcleaning cnn, dISnwh. Cili 01 tuberolbid e -ro. we-,d to re 2 bdrm trailer $5 a mrin0 pbj. 4 ubitle Ache id Vilage needed enmediotly S sorrer qua. Coil Mmndi aama nede minasly f1r 3 aryhoew mg.edrnes. Jndil free comptu. 68.W + % uihll. 7702 anyilme 6-.125) -a P75.-r Sm ededpcae. Summn sutil FrnSIdl 6*, 0ik i 4.wrShAedmid VA CII i 4 seed II pn P4M404 Ib--IS. Aps ubdSt I b6*,. kfiden, bS.l 1wr. fi~ted. cwr,. n .,i SlO In.) WANED Shae 6*. In 2 6*. Fred. ick Garden Apt. p-, gr -ibe. ArM r-n li. &Me -~l JeDS"026 (c-lf. vaJ. lacking ho e -r -w r-es Ifallqit .g.cy ook. 7aI1 S .& hic.S Ifo Waied pre-pMofesional tudeyt *W.s -.h.d A.a.d2 hb e. vohc pfoitl + S$i.sry Spulngp hbel -,.cc smns od. you .wring clca.Mig fer yuV 15W par doy coil J.ct. V$IUta0 o. nre in. WOM UNLIM Wed. 4.13 7:30 pm Rm. 349 J.WR.U,. PUBLIC INVITED ANNOUNCI. U 11 AM -12 Midnight owNomams roisisauP .-----aw -----II,'. C ----N.O.W. presents igg m

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Th. Isd.ed.M Rm4d. S.flh, W.d.S.v, ApE M 375. Nw S Architecture, Split Goes Seraraklon S the Cdqe S Artdtease and Fine Axis Into two colleges and t. etabil daunt of a Depnrat S Theatre wAil be cofldws by to pqmam and CannMtj mm. -, Nay 4, for pome reameaa to SeNOR diebbulagay lbprqmJknm It. ii. t -.-&.-~a a -S ----* I to Fi RE 'p rr -.e -n l U .-.-r nasm f ern -niaOn oh -i*-. by Throegr ailegA t uw+J atwu-O Uawk b mei bhe ewn pu.a. thed Fa. depue caDui1 Sia edei frmhv a Prgrm fAward -~ o ~m .s "Opailee" & ..Is~ wre faranmueadtmpose ansaaadlua hib m cotys~d~get .-' arnr~~d i tesaigatfiBFA ege n Dna 1psn I.cquv .cdSm in aaS. as it .a-an e .ietquuted MASON~w bm-i m --" I -a-a -top etom aS In |camu ilog ae odd 5 h resident mi-Cha n UT rSP ais, Sadvsn mbe armed. ith ~a sasgin and -wblmnflawidree JWbes UIn eI.brS.ats"',,.i st a Blood Pressure Checks Available ma me~ turn .~ I bin' by us at us a aa SCm tflbjmi abmimid Its UtbCesD.bgmfl:Ua.u. k S b. baited 'At. U~W far $3. Li,.9 aa. -mum e~i~fl -~ pa. and Dust S ~U3hffmS*?FSfUUNO~ ii ~ up ~oasunMy ,uz be sue to moms a free bbS g-. ThUS~n~ Friday frame am. toIp.m. at to od~ CJ. Wane ma us. In fret at Litrary VS. 8CflUiIDP Will be patternS by U uS ad lead physidas' auiSaaIS a. Th project called Save-A-Uk, Is ~auond to' Urn ~SI K ~ Amare0to project chairman Rld.ard OaSrif1.'ezetth ate tot flU per caSte US. ~ adult pqiiJktiUIW more dun S Slim papis, bye biaS pan. Ugh to a. require naUdSit but only a fracUsi are receiving fr-fl. me University of FIorId is -Equal Employmeit Oppoetnnltphhmadve Aalwu EmuIeu neArts .gentsa socI logye at u, mastr's min 4 Rule For' Summer Increase Are Proposed -v parS for aV angel adverfldn rate, 4~ hp e~ EAbn. I nSea. -a. k eulnut. I ~Amfl -fl*a hfty I geqa Mr I.tw~~ fR~ ha 3. U Few .uS ae --aw me~iS f be.~iS eS .N a t a uirst Centr. cflae nle s pfrApproa a at .eeS --tos 1. Zern Acione Foui rodze S M posi g-, -.ut -wi. .ma hma M e '. tuet a'e.ilfr w caue', f;ilaafl a b .a "ha|atuid"d'a"'.r 4M ." J .nuE uS& i i

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r a'. Strange finish to Schenkle mnv. leaves Bean the hero Dy PAT McGRATh Algassr Spnbt Wrt.r Last year Cmrti, Strange of Wake Forest was the hero. This yenr, for the time being, he i. the goat and UP's Andy Bean is the hero. Strange won a national championship for Wake Forest last June by cagling the final hole of the tournament. This past Sunday. is, the darkness at the Forest Heights, C.C. in Stateshoro, Ga., the super-soph missed a twoand-a-half foot putt that gave UFP the team championship in the Chris Schenkle Invitationai. THE VICTORY for the Gators capped possibly the greatest UF comeback ever and what Buster Bishop called, "One of the best finights to a golf tournament I've ever seen. It couldn't have been better if you niarked it and put it in T.V." flanks to an hour and forty minute rain delay, the final foursome, Andy Bean and phil Hancock of UP and Strange and Jay Haas of Wake Forest, teed off on the par five 18th in growing darkness. The Gators, who started the day six strokes behind the Deacons but who had made up 'a seven strokes on the front flits, held a one shot lead All four players 'tre between 40 and 50 yards from the green hitting their third shots. HAAS PlATED FIRST and stuck fim wedge shot three fret frow the stick. "I went up a pine tree." said Bishop recalling a moment of anguish. "I knew he wouldn't miss that Ott." His worry was short-lived, however, as Hancock proceeded to knock it side of Ha. Then Strange, who is -o stranger to last minute dramatics, hit his third shot inside Hancock's. AS DEAN PREPARED to hit his appioach. Bishop. his team. and the 2 or so specdatorn that packed the terrace were gping no less crazy than they were a week before omly a ftw miles away in Augusta at the Masters. Never one to be outdone, the big AllAmerica,, who shot a course record 63 the day before, nailed It closer than any of the other three. Has made his birdie. Hancock did the sante so the Gators clung to their one shot lead as Strange got ruady to putt. Sut it wasrtt in the cards for him this tim. His putt slid by the hole and UF had the one they'd been waiting for for quite some tlmrs The victory for the Gators by no means the easy way. AFITE FRIDAW'S first round it appeared that Wake was ready to write another chapter in its book entitled. "How to Wrest Gator and ,Come Out -n Top." Despite glorious pre-tonament publicity, including a number one ranking by "Golf Word" magazine and the brash predictions of victory by several tean members, the Gators fell 10 strokes behind the dekendlng national champions. Maybe the runaway victory in Houston swelled their heads. Maybe the Gators were too confident. In any eaet,. with suNl two rounds to go, the quick-tobecome-cocky Gaters seemed out of it. Saturday's round was little help. Even wills Bean's record 63 and Hancock's 66, UF only gained four shots on the Deacons. SUNDAY, HOWEVER, was the Gators' turn to get hot while Wake codled off. Bean shot 66 to give him 199 for the tournament and the individual crown. Hancock fired a 67 fir a m2 total and second place. Denny ANDY BEAN a .s rscoM, won tourney Sullivan shot 69 for 212 and Bob Balky shot 73 and finished at 222. Ben Duncan, who shot 74-73 in thefirmt two rounds slipped toaf77 for a 224 total and freshman Dallas Aplepae aided up at 226. The best Wake Forest could muster the last day were one-over-par 72's by four Deacons and Swrange's 73. Yes, the Gatons remarkable comeback' again puts them on top of th. college golfing ranks but the real showdown comes In Jupe in the NCAA championships at Ohio State. "That'lI be another hum-dinger!" said Bishop. The Independent Florida Alligator h4e. IA W.&.Sqd. Aptl 3. 197 Cortese homers twice, Gators s plit with FSU sfls by pg MnfCheic UF HEAD COACH TALKS IT OVER WITH WIUCIE SMITH .sophomore pitcher rellwved starter CrmIg Pippin In mlxdi Inning -/ ty MASK JOUNSON Amps. Spout. Wit. For John Cortesx and the Gator baseball tern, it was just another H ollywood ending. The scriptwriters had to work overtime, but the result was an 8-S victory in the second game of a Tuesday's twinbfll against The Florida State (FSU) Susninoles. The Gains lost the first game. 95. TmE TWO tem squmr off again this afternoon as senior Iefthander John Chuappull (4-4) takes to the mound in a 3:3) Ponry Field coatet. .a, ma. bme., The dramatics on Tuesday were provided by Gator second baseman Cortese, who hit a solo home run in the fifth inning and a gamewinning grand slam in the sixth in the second of two seven-inning affairs. With UP traIling 5-4 going into the sixth inning. Sammy Rick hit a one-ost single after lulgng a long drive that sailed barely foul over the left field fence. Bill Finney then singled to left field, and icel Murrie followed with a perfect sacrifice bunt to advance the runners to second and third. 331SF PITCHER Craig Eaton gave up a walk to Roger Holt to load the bases and bring up Cortex with two down. Cortest took Eaton to 3-I. looked at a called strike, and slammed his next pitch just beywnd th. left fild fence to give the Gate.s their threerun margin. "He threw me ill fastballs,'' Cout said. "I figured I mlght get a better pitch on 3-2, and he put it right down lb. middle." FSU rapped out four singles and a sacrifice bunt to score two rns and drive Gumo .tarflng pitcher Mike McCarthy to the shown;s In the third. 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'it Vt 4 4; 4 cm Authentic Amedga. hdiau Jsweb7 Ubewbg1 k A Ungs" Cininatliln .Nature's aad .n. e .sin .*mai a i hiu n~. morn anvice *.pne~a~es WI te a bocklond thursa a 1 Mrdsy May 2 Solurdoy May 3S| DBNOOKLAN Gabmut MaE a-'i THN The ind~epe MAI~gno, W.6.Sdy, Dpi1 3, 1971, Pereils Lady Gator golfers hit road Georgia mnv. did at the State." Tb.e Lady Gator coach said a team win would require two -od -ons frem "wryne. iS61 Stltt'dtate' before the nationals and I'd like to see us play the kind of golf we're capable of $*$qng" said Ryan. THE COACH SAID she expected the Gators' main competition to conic from the defending champions Furman. "1 hear they (Furman) art It (S The (Jr women golfmrs bead bo Athens, Ga., this week tocompete in the University of Georgia InItatlial Friday and Saturday-. Comting off a disappointing second place finish in the State Collegiate Chai-. pionship the Lady Gators are hoping to return borne this time a winner. "WE CAN DO IT," said coach Mimi Ryan, "But we'll have to play better than we BasebcuII (From page 14) on and gave up a sacrifice fly to right field for the Seminoles' third run, and then hun g a 2-2 curve bail to Bill Daniel. who banged it over dhe right field fence for.a 5-0 FSU lead. UF'S IIMMY Joiner sluggpd a two-run triple to deep center field and scored on a ground out in the fourth to bring the Gators to within Iwo. EUlROPEAN CAR RENTALS RENT YOUR CAR IN HOLLAND THIS YEAR AND REALLY SAVE. vw or Flat only lO GO per day INCLUCING 100 free CM'. da~I N. MINIMM RENTA AG1. HILTON and MA RRINGA a2n M&r~n. vanajo. Ctn 08 eval better this year and that's why we have to hang in thereeach person each round. If we don't then I look for Puirmaii to teally give us a tough time." lndlvIdually Ryan looks for Lady Gater Donna Horton to makeIt three in arow. Horton just captured the State Championship and before that won the Rollins Invltatlofll. "SHE'l (HOR'T$N) have comptitin frm tFrman't Gators to within one in the fifh, the Seminoles answered with tour in the sixth and two in the seventh to build a 9-I letd. The Gators rallied with two outs in the seventh. Terry Jones hit an 0-2 pitch for a runa-scoring single, and Jim Joiner shaged a 3-2 delIvery into the buttlug cage in -ep center field for a three-n, insIde-the-park homerun. 1.3. Caldwellhowever, filed out to end the game and set up the dramatic second game. Cindy Ferno and Beth Daniel. and also Jan Disque at Duke. but she is hitting the beEl so well that die'ii capable of winning thi. one too," said Ryan. Horton, a junior, said she -jyeplaying the University of Georgia course having played it last year representing the University of North Carolina at Greeniboro. "I'd like to make It three in coptto ihog.Cny Deth,-an a Katdy' Sinopali is from the University of North CarolIna at Chapel Hill. Representing the Lady Gators In the ttc-day tournament is Nancy Fbifarek, Elaine Hand. Does. Horton. Linda Stack and KrMs Ruelnuki.'flle t -cr will be the low hor player total after the final In the Gator fith, Cortese creumned the first pitch of the inning onto the platfr of a tower some 30 feet above the left field fence to set up the wild seventh inning. FSU leaded the bases In the third inning of the first game and scored two runs on a wild pitch and a groundout. Randy Davidson tripled and scored on a groundout in the fourth to build the Seminoles lead 30. AL LIGA TOR FA NTS YOUI Nakse dUmernc. The lnd epsm t Florime Ais.,e vs hells bep gs sad spess Sseb help US ffi ily t nd Slie "h7 Aln't smc. k hours ore long, and the offic ie coeE hut the wekinp ot hie. Ane m",,esed should cm. ,. aor of hie college lam, 1728 W. UnivwhSly Ave. AFTER AN Jim Shulock to com pete in 'ml an .aeii at.i ash from""-m. FetengPeios" "ami""ua""" Ston"" Turquoise, Opals, Fire Agates, andl many more. Find 'yuurs. ('Tat "Smobe Pretty" ad maim. or furious. Whoever made that up knows where the manwy 1.-fewer women then mmn are quitting. Dut they won't get ridh over my deed body. ( ) Ibkow my father's been trying to qut. How can he with me-itil pufing away? ( )Iwnt to wait up feeling fresh mid dlean again. I've had it with nicotine hun-cvur in the mmruimgs ( )The tig that appesasto me mt :If you quit for good. In .oit cusl t can be as fyounevwmr.m ( Somewhere In the back df my 1usd I've been nurnlng the ilusion that sma. dig is ree~y snuy dagncus for aen I've just goan the latest statstic The death rito for women who cabl Is use then 20% higher than far wi who dmA'.lWw~e cm -a Jmswabdset flmfot binw yfut Now all yan aced i. help and amSamgb$t S1t a paaazad,. today to: Womm and Smoking. Rtoeuib. Sd. 20852. And we'l andfree bolet. to help andanoege you. his ~ m t da Nk v RBI single by brought the

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I. ft U F' s Gaff ney a lo SNg It lb& 2den ld Albgembh. Wodn.dey, 4.4St 75 South 13th St. Produce & Seafood Mart more consis tent WB~lONGILLB~fl Anyone who has ever s000 a football game knows that the first moment of decision a teanm faces comes with the coin toss. UP quarterback Don Gaffney wants to make sure this ceremony docs't serve double-duty next fall. At Itmes last season it wasn't farfetched or hard to fantasize bead Coach Doug Dickey and his staff hunkered around the Gato&s bench shouting "heads' or "tails" bo determine which quarterback would be sent in. BOTh GAFFNEY and his sophomore counterpart Jimmy Fisher were inconsistent. "I was a little too fast at times during the season." Gaffney explains. "I never dreamed last Spring that I'd be operating the Wishbone." The UPF Wishbone was installed a few weeks before last years campaign. Admittedly. Gaffney had never experienced this type of disciplined play. LONG SUFFERING, short fused fans lacked the patience required to develope the Wishbone offense. Gaffiuy was frequently the target of this dissatisfaction. "Alot of the cnttcismn was unnecessary. I wasn't playing lor pernonai recognition. he tears was enrytody's mala concern. You have to learn rnm this type of situation. The quarbierback rakes the praise and I guess he has to take a lot of the blame." Rut the turbulence of last season hasn't given rise to regret. "UF was always my pick lor sollege ball," Gafney recalls. "When I was young we used to listen to the gatns on the radio and watch the highlights on television." SPRING PRACTICE is exposing the ream to a second dose of the Wishbone. This added familiarity should effect good play in the early going next fall. Gaffney feels that it will lake the rest of the spring drills to find out who will move into the vacant posit ions. Optimism is easily read from Gaffney's quiet manner. Concealing a knowing grin isn't easy when he flatly proclaims that UF has the best offensive backfield in the country. THIS ASSERTION is based on the leam's depth and individual quality. Former starters L~arry Briosen and i.T. Richards will be sharing time at one halfback post. The all-time leading rusher. Tony Green Soccer Club runner at The April 19 the 5th Mobile UF Soccer Club to Mobile, Alabama and 20 to tske2nd ln annual Mobile InInvitation 'itatlonal Soccer Tournamest The Gaaos posted hi,. shutouts apat South Alab.,. (3-0). Redstone flTR~RALS The All-Unwverity Mixed Doubles Tennis Toumsnat was held this weekend with over 45 teams competing. The semiIiiials consisted of the teams of Grooms and Green vs. the Whites; and Hunt and Schecter vs. the teas, of GWIck'and Matlern. Gilleck and Matters beat the Whites at the final match Sunday winning the tournament 7-5, 6-3, 6-2. The taculty-Staff Volleyball Tournament will be held Friday. May 2 at the Broward Courts at 5:30 pan. Teams of three -en and three women will pMrtipa is round robin or double clmination according to the number of entries. Contact the IM office today. 229 fla. Gym. 392-0581. Final standing in Little Sister Bowling for a 32 gam. total is: ist -ChiPhi with 3677 pins,.2nd -DeltaChi. 3662. ad 3rd -LaubdaChi Alpha. 3482 pins. HOME DON GAIFY .optimistic quorimbock will be supported by flashy Earl Cart. The fullback position winl be tough with, powtrfihl Jimmy Dubose and underrated Robert Morgan. Gaffney's backup will again comec from Jimmy Fir. "UJF football Is huided in ii. rnght dnrctloe." Gufnmy contedt N-bl peron.! goals have almost baan ass. The team has enjoyed pOst-mems play two consecutive years. And Don Gaffney is THE quarterback. r-up nal Aredo (ZO)A and Dulgado (2-0) to n.e aung GCough Tech tea h the 6hampiombhip match. he Gatos, discouraged by 2 idu~cted goas I. the first half mci Gecrgia Ted, bead -n to dwninatc the stood 45 minute period. The final icone however mant to Tech to githan a 3-0 victory. Gator Ibrward and club president Robert EIey along with nmidflelder Bo Caillemycr were chosen Ibr the aditournament first team. Forward S. Parkas, a G.H.S. graduate, received honorable mention. The UF-Ga. Tedh rivalry will continue Sunday. May 10 at 11 am. as the Wnecka~mnt the Gaos at horn cm Flemlaj Field. Do-It-Yourself or Call a Professional But Call .. Gainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Uni IS. Avenge St heoe Hf1thsi e at s Sga~. -340Op.m. Meneimgs d t Fresh I ft Dystems Fresh Fniits It Vegetables lustg past Arby'u 10-a 1519 S.1t t IMPROVEMENT