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UF Viet students reactions mixed over defeat

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By.TERRl SALT Vietnamese. wants to finish his studies and remain in the United States."
! Alligator Staff Writer HOANG'S BROTHER,. 19-year-old Nguyen Phat Thanh, SPEAKING SLOWLY and pausing Thanh said, "I hope f ih.
.I said. "I feel sorry for my people. I am upset because my very much my family will be safe. .and all the people of
The war is over but the worry remains. family is in Saigon." South Vietnam will be,, safe." i F
News of South Vietnam's surrender late Monday night The name Saigon has been changed to Ho Chi Minh City. AUF freshman, ,who would not give his name said "I am I I'ery.sad
brought mixed reactions from Vietnamese students in The Santa Fe Community College freshman said he \ about the situation. I came here to study. Now I. do I""
Gainesville."I received a letter from home last week but added "I 1 don't not have a purpose." ,
) HOPE THERE will be no killing" Nguyen Phat Hoang think I will get any more letters." '" Hoping to become a dentist, the young; Vietnamese said he ',
J said quietly, worrying about his family and friends. HE EXPLAINED Communists have tight control of the came to the United States for training, intending to go back I\1
Hoang said the fighting in Vietnam has gone on for so country and may not allow mail going to the United States to and hefp his people in South Vietnam. |t.;
f many years he feels "almost satisfied because it (the. leave the county. "NOW I CANNOT return to my country," he said em- l H s
of surrender) stopped the war." Thanh' also said he doubts his parents will be allowed to phatically. explaining the Communists often ''do not allow '
p However, he admitted the future is uncertain and his leave the country. 'I
S! feelings may change depending on future actions by the North "They want me to stay here" he added, explaining he (See 'Reaction,* page ten) ,; ;,



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! Pay plan aims at full year operation



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By STUART EMMRJCH Bryan said a"transition proposal," to help UF change over
i Alligator Staff Writer to the equalization plan if it is implemented, would be
submitted to SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz by Monday.
\ A controversial plan to equalize faculty employment and The proposal would allow UF to pay its faculty full salary .
It salary rates for all four quarters has been proposed for the rates for 11 weeks and then require; faculty! to take a two-week ,
1 State University, System (SUS). leave of absence with no pay. I
. Already opposed by the Council of Academic Vice. THE FACULTY would not make any less money then they II I
f Presidents, the plan would place all faculty on fQur quarter were scheduled to this summer, but the pay would be dividedup H
contracts, specifying the exact time periods they would be into one less two-week pay period. ,,1 I
working during the year. Mautz said the 11 week proposal "sounds like a good idea"
UNDER THE PROPOSAL, the summer pay rate would be and would not have to be okayed by his office because it has .,"
t the same as the other three quarters and each quarter would already been offered as an option the universities can take to
have exactly 13 weeks,including vacation time, in it. make the transition.
, .. The proposal was criticized Wednesday by Robert Bryan, Bryan said faculty would still be able to work during the
t interim vice president for academic affairs who said it would two weeks between summer and fall quarters if grant money

;" cause,"real problems"for UP if implemented this summer. became available. ;
: Bryan said'at'a Council of Academic Deans meeting, UF MAUTZ a strong supporter of the equilization plan, said it max
was "simply not equipped" to pay faculty:members i their ful| would encourage more faculty to.,take off other quarters!
salary rates for 13 weeks. besides summer for their vacation.In t
t FUNDS FOR THE summer quarter have already. been a letter to the nine state university presidents, Mautz ti
. slashed by 25 per. cent because of a loss of state revenue,this said the change would "facilitate a gradual movement toward i
year. full-year operations by creating system...where most \1
faculty are on nine month work appointments to a pattern
where most faculty are. on 12-month appointments."
Kenneth Boutwell, vice chancellor of the SUS, explained
the move would "create a stable environment for summerschool
and give the faculty stability.* ;f

ROBERT BRYAN
(See 'Contracts, ,,' page seven)
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.1. Survey finds 44 out of 1 100 books.

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By MICHAEL BRADLEY 'concerned."
Alligator Staff Writer Conceding that some faculty members are "crusty and
.nasty"about returning books, Fleming said a project is in the n
Students have little better than a 50-50 chance of finding works to find faculty books which have been out overa, year.A .
the books they need in UF libraries, according to an Alligator spot-check of graduate carrels in Library West revealed
survey. .. approximately, 400, books in the cubicles, unavailable to
1WIN Of 100 books selected at random from the card catalog in students. One carrel alone contained about 60 books.
; Library West 35 could not be,found in the stacks .and were ONLY AN ESTIMATED 50 per cent of those,books were
sf not recorded is checked out or on reserve. clearly marked as having been checked out for carrel use.
ONLY EIGHT OF the books had been checked out by According to Bennett,the carrels are checked once or,twice -
SEARCHOF students and one put on reserve by a faculty member. each week by the library,staff for books which haven't been ::1
One of the books "Liquid Crystals and AnisotropicMelts officially checked out. ',
LOST ," had been checked out by a faculty member and was If a student'or faculty member' requests a book which has t.
nearly three years overdue. been checked out to a carrel, the library staff will remove the \ ;,
According to Assistant Director of Libraries Fleming book from the cubicle: and allow the student to" check it out for .\.
l BOOKSNot ,Bennett; faculty members can check out books for a_ quarter 24 hours Bennett said.
but are not required to return them. "IT'S OFTEN THE case that.we go:a little further"; and
NOTICES OF BOOKS due are sent to professors at the ask the:carrel student if the second student can have the book
end of each quarter but no real effort i is made to get the books for a longer period of time,Bennett.added.
until the end of the spring quarter. The detection devices in Libraries 'East 'and West have

all the sh.lv..ln,the UF library are as full as Faculty members are not charged for overdue books.If probably reduced the number of stolen,books, Bennett said. '
a student requests a book being held by a professor, it is "We do know it catches the wary and the unwary," he said,
these An Alligator:survey found.44 out of 100 randomly -
; the professor's obligation to return it if he has had it longer although the system is sometimes erratic.
selected books from the shelves,
, were missing than three weeks. This results in at least a five day delay for Admitting that he has inadvertently made it through the ,
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. but'w.re' not checked out. the student, Bennett said. gates with an unchecked-out book, Bennett conceded that
1,' NeYerth.less,' Assistant Director'of Libraries Fleming "MANY OF THEM (professors) do use a tremendous some students may have found a way to "subvert the system." .1 "
; 'Bennett said detection] devices at.the library. Cloors'h number of books." Fleming said. ."As long as they are using "But we're probably not losing as many'(books) as before."
V. been generally'"effective"' In. stopping. thefts., the books and if no requests come in, we don't get overly Bennett said. r|
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The curtain.. falls for S. Vietnam

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Government soldiers discarded their boots and uniforms and
SAIGON (UPI)- The Communist Army rode victoriouslyinto embassy ransacked and burned by resentful South Vietnamese tried to fade into the civilian crowds which slowly at first
Saigon in Soviet-made tanks and captured U.S. jeeps in ruins With them went about 60,000 Vietnamese. made their way into the streets to watch their erstwhile
Wednesday ran up the Viet Cong flag atop the Presidential many of whom feared for their lives under a Communist enemies realize the dream they had had all those yean.
Palace and announced the capital had been renamed Ho Chi regime. Duong Van Minh the two-day president who "They watched the Communist victory parade down Tu Do.
Minh City-"the city which Uncle Ho dreamed of." surrendered was reported in custody. Some waved perhaps a bit apprehensively to the' smiling Viet
Shooting erupted, at the palace, now Viet Congheadquarters.Last Hanoi Radio in a broadcast monitored in Bangkok .
ditch defenders fought several proclaimed Saigon was "totally liberated" at 11:30: a.m. Cong troops.A blue
government huge Viet Cong flag ,red on top on the bottom
suicide battles around the city. A Saigon Police Colonel lifteda (11:30: p.m. EDT Tuesday). Saigon Radio returned to the air with a gold star in the center,- flew over the Presidential
pistol to his head and committed suicide in the main under new management and announced Saigon "the city Palace the command post for a succession of South Vietnamese -
downtown which Uncle Ho dreamed of" henceforth would be called Ho
square. presidents who tried and failed to halt the Com-
But the war 35 long years of it, against American Chi Minh City.
munists.
French Japanese and South Vietnamese forces was over. About 3 '/ hours after the last Americans who wanted to
'The Viet Cong in Paris said it would follow a neutralist leave were flown by Marine helicopters. Communist tanks Chronology of the fall
policy: and hinted privately the two Vietnams may soon be rumbled into Saigon smashed through walls at the
reunited. It was divided into North and South Vietnam after presidential palace and crunched down Tu Do Street its. Following is a chronology of the last days of the Republic of
the victory of Ho Chi Minh the late president of North name means "Freedom Street" chewing up the asphalt.The '
Vietnam over the French at Dien Bien Phu ,in 1954. first day under Communist control was comparatively Vietnam: lost. '
Most Americans were gone and their, once formidable calm but there seemed to be little j joy among the populace. March March 13 16 -- Darlac Pleiku province Kontum provinces l lost.

March 18-Phu Bon, Binh Long provinces lost.
Refugees aren't March 19 Quang Tri province lost.
thursday March 22 -. Quang Due province falls.
March 24-Quant Tin Quang Ngai provinces lost.
March 25 Thua Thien province including the old
wanted by townEGLIN /capsule imperial capital of Hue lost.

.. March 26 Lam Dong province falls.
AIR FORCE BASE. FLA. (UPI)-Uneasy .4 March 30 -- Quang Nam province including Da Nang
residents of the town of Niceville heard the drone Wednesdayof South Vietnam's second largest city lost.
swarms of huge 0130 cargo planes helping build a tent city March 31 Binh Dinh province lost.
lor their new neighbors-Vietnam refugees.The Vietnam to be April 1 1- Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces lost.
first wave of refugees-expected to number about 1.500- April 2 Tuyen Due province lost. .
were ticketed ,to arrive Friday and Saturday. They will be April 4 President Ford launches,Operation Babylift.
billeted for at least 90 days' in the 12-man tents with wooden neutralist PRG April 8 -*' F5 j jet l bombs Saigon's Presidential Palace;
floors and walls. President. Thieu and family unharmed.
They won't be allowed to wander around the surrounding April 16 Ninh Thuan province lost.
countryside which resembles the area around_.Da Nang with PARIS (UPD)-The Viet Cong's provisional revolutionary April 18 Binh Thuan province I lost.
its gently sloping, ,pine woods:end! numerous inlets from the government said Wednesday it would adopt a neutralist, April 20,- Binh Tuy province lost.
-4- sea unaligned stance in South Vietnam and accept foreign April 21 Thieu resigns as president names Tran Van
That however didn't dispell the fears of the local residents economic and technical aid for the war-ravaged country. Huong as his replacement. Government abandons Xuan Loc I t
gathered for their morning coffee at Doris Cafe presided over The PRG's official statement also said the new Saigon after 12-day battle. ,
by proprietor Bill Whitfield. a lifelong resident of the town of ,regime soon would declare' a nationwide amnesty would April 23 President Huong works on forming new
9000. consider establishment of diplomatic relations with all government in hopes of 'negotiating with Communists.
"We'll wind up supporting them on welfare." said nations and respect foreigners and their property in South- president Ford declares Indochina is over "as far as Americais
Whitfield. "You ought ,to hear what some of these people Vietnam provided they obeyed local laws. concerned..
around here are saying about it. I heard they've started The' PRG announcement came hours after Communist April 25 -'Huong tells National Assembly he will step
petition." tanks rumbled into Saigon. down and turn over power to Gen. Duong Van "Big" Minh,
59 leader of 1963 coup that overthrew Ngo Dinh Diem.
House comm. okays April 26 Communists overrun government's armor
school at Long Thanh 21 miles east of Saigon.
I April 27 Phuoc Tuy province lost. Communists shell
Saigon; Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops penetrate
3-day pistol wait capital's northern outskirts.

April 28-Gen. Minh sworn in as president; offers to open
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Told Miami. a former deputy attorney peace talks with Communists.. Provisional 'Revolutionary
that three whole countries,have fewer 'general to Shevin. Government rejects offer U.S. Defense Attache"s office. last
murders in a year than three Florida The Senate commerce committee American military presence in'South Vietnam dosed. Four
cities have in a weekend a House has already killed an identical j A37 dragonfly jets captured by Communists troops, bomb
committee voted Wednesday to set a proposal by Sen. Sherman Wtnn D- Saigon's Tan Son Nhut airbase in first such attack of war.
three-day "cooling off' period for Miami. April 29 Communist troops attack, Saigon's Chinese
pistol sales.Attorney. Shevin told the committee he would section of Cholon and Tan Son Nhut airbase behind heavy
General Robert L Shevin like to',stamp out sale of the cheap rocket and artillery barrage;two U.S. Marines killed the first
and committee ,chairman Ralph H. "Saturday night special" breed ,of American military deaths in Vietnam since December 1973.
Haben Jr.. D-Palmetto estimated the handguns and require ,a check, of ''Americans evacuated from Saigon on Marine helicopters on
72-hour wait for pistol purchases will police records during the 71hourwaiting orders of President Ford. "
be the only handgun bill passed. this period for pistol sales He AnY: GEN. ROBERT SHEVIN April 30- South Vietnam surrenders Twenty Communist
year. The measure (HB 8%) was acknowledged however that there is ', pushed for three day'cooling'off period' tanks,flying Viet Cong flag enter Saigon and roll onto grounds
sponsored by Rep. Barry Richard. D- too much opposition to those ideas. of Presidential Palace.COUNSELLING.

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Bill to put students% in bargainingBy I


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Dr. Albert Guy, UF chapter president of
BRIAN JONES
""4' conditions and a more influential role in
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il and the United Faculty of Florida said he supportseven
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setting academic policy. more student participation in collective
DEBBIE IBERT The law created\ "bargaining in the sun bill would allow.
bargaining sessions than the
Alligator Staff WriterA 'shine':, by opening the closed I
traditionally
; : "To have student input Into collective ,
j move is under way in the Florida' sessions to the public but made no provisionsfor
I think is
and
discussions
bargaining so on.
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: :: Legislature to give university students a say in a specific student role In the collective said.
,. collective bargaining negotiations between the quite appropriate, Guy
bargaining procedure.
: :: HAVE "a stake" in
STUDENTS
;: :' faculty ,and administration., ROBINSON UF law school very great
\il" .t:, a graduate Board of
the issues the and
facing faculty
'( :;Tti },"i.>",,, Rep. Grover Robinson, D-Pensacola, and said his bill was designed to allow student Regents in bargaining sessions, he added. t
"I Sen.Kenneth MacKay, D-Ocala have filed input into both faculty ,and administration salaries and
#: Guy said the bargaining over I
similar bills to add a non-voting student negotiations.But .
faculty work loads will affect the size ofstudents' \.
participant to university system and community the bill "probably has less than a 50-50 of ,
classes and the quality professors
?,ysfssS ,r 1 college bargaining sessions. chance of passing this year" Robinson said, them.
"IN STATES where collective bargaininghas although "it will teaching
next
pass by year.
"If UF salaries are lower than elsewhere,
already started the students tend to loose The bill does not specify whether the
students lose the better facultymembers"
are'going to
influence, Robinson said. student could
negotiator attend secret facultyor
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..\\f" ,, :;flii who go to universities which pay
\> Last year, the legislature passed a law adminstration workshop sessions where
salaries according to Guy, a UF
higher
AL GUy permitting all public employes-including bargainers develop their strategy."I .
.would university faculty and staff to bargain DIDN'T engineering professorANO
support even put that in because I think it T'HER MAJOR bargaining

more student participationBy collectively for salaries, tenure, workingthe would kill the bill," Robinson said. organization, the ,American faculty Association of

University Professors of Florida would have

"no objection at all" to a student voice in

Administrative hearings' requested collective bargaining."The .
more people who participate the li'\
better off the sessions will be," Dr. Knox

four studentsproblem Millsaps UF chapter for president Academic said. Order ..
on cheating charges by United Professors
(UPAO) President Dr. Eileen Sullivan called

the bill "premature:' and said the legislature

STUART EMMRICH Honor Court with cheating, but who were ," Dickenson said. ought to wait until collective bargaining

Alligator Staff Writer unable to come to trail because of a circuit "I find it hard to believe that cheating is the questions are resolved before introducing bills

't, Four UF'students charged with cheating court injunction preventing the closed only breach of honor, and if that is the only in that nature.
offenses by the UF Honor ,Court have hearings. area we address ourselves to then we do not THE REGENTS have not yet taken a \

requested hearings by the UF administration An appeal of the injunction, issued by have an honor system," Dickenson, added. position on the bill according and to Dr.relations George
Bedell,
determine their fate. Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green Feb. 7, is Charles! Browning, dean ,of the College of personnel faculty

Rob Denson, director of student conduct scheduled for hearing in Tallahassee Agriculture, agreed that the report,..if implemented director.
Bedell said he hadn't heard about the bill
t said he was now conducting the investigationsand Tuesday. would do 'away with the UF
it until he had
and could not comment on a
gathering information. The Honor Court, in the center of attention Honor System. ,
He said he would present formal charges during last quarter's cheating University College Dean Bob Burton Brown chance to read it over.
As for student participation, Bedell said,
after completing the investigation schedulinga scandal, is now being ,considered for said he found it hard to accept the report
"it is certainly to the student's adv ntage'totake
hearing five days,after that. revamping by the UF administration.A because of the loss of the student-run honor "
interest in the collective
Denson said he could not; estimate when he proposal to abolish the Honor Court and system, but added "it gets ,the job done" of a key .

would .be ready, to .schedule' the hearings replace ,it with a student-faculty Honor handling cheaters bargaining procedure.State
which will,.be held in closed,sessions. Council. was criticized at :a Wednesday A decision by the UF administration n on University System Chancellor-J
The option of administration hearings to meeting of the Council of Academic Deans. what to do about the Honor Court has been Designate E.T. York, chief lobbyist for the

handle the cheating cases was offered approximately J.C. Dickenson, director of the Florida set for the end of May. regents said Wednesday he has "no concern"

two weeks ago by UF President Museum, said he "disagreed totally" with the Arthur Sandeen vice president for student over the proposal. .
Robert Q. Marston. ,report affairs, said he wanted reactions from the The idea for a student bargaining agent

Martson said the offer was made because of "It replaces an honor system with an anti. faculty and students before any final decisionis came from Alexia Hart president of the state

the uncertainty facing students charged by cheating system, it addresses only that one made. Council of Student Body Presidents,
Robinson'said.. .
The council, along with community college

Suspects arrested in theft-assault"try/ student student government representative.association of choosingthe

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'- By MICHAEL MYERS Leonard 3BA, said he and another Shuler said. Student honored

Alligator Staff Writer fraternity member saw the suspects rolling the ''The suspects were stopped within five

One Ocala man and two juveniles were motorcycle out of the parking lot and asked minutes after the incident occurred and a 20-(
arrested Tuesday night after an, attempted them what they were doing. gauge sawed-off shotgun and a box of shells Dennis Fisher, a UF dental student, .,.}
took first place honors for his table clinic
motorcycle theft turned into an assault with a "They ran to their car .when we yelled at were found in the car Shuler said.

sawed-off, shotgun. them., HART WAS CHARGED: with possessionof presentation at Emory University'sAmerican .

Jim Shuler, information officer for, the ""They ran to their.car-when ,we yelled-at a short ,barreled shotgun, carrying a Student Dental Clinic Day..
A table clinic is a small presentation of
University ,Police Department (UPD). said them. I ran up ahead so'l I would be able to geta concealed weapon, displaying and in
Mitchel' Jerome, Hart, 21, and two 1 17-year- good, look at them when they went by," threatening with I a firearm, 'aggravated new techniques being developed

olds from Citra, Fla.were arrested after UPD ,Leonard said, assault and larceny of a motor: vehicle. dentistry.
Fisher's featured three-
and Gainesyille'P lice stopped their red LEONARD SAID.HE.was standing in the The two juveniles were charged with larceny entry
dimensional, plastic
Camaro on,Southwest. 13th Street road as the ,car went by and one of the of a motor vehicle. transparent replicasof
ACCORDING TO KAPPA Alpha, :passengers aimed a sawed-off shotgun at him( Hart was booked at the Alachua County the pulpal spaces (the soft,,fleshy cavity
the tooth) and their
fraternity member John Leonard, the three through, the ,window'of the car. Leonard said,, Adult Detention Center 'and the 'juvenileswere surrounding' '
tooth structure as they existin
surrounding
black males attempted, to.steal a,motorcycle, ,he then called the police. taken'to' the, Alachua' County: ,Juvenile the natural tooth..
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from the fraternity parking lot- No shots were fired and no one was,injured, Center Shuler said.. '
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I Short of blood, center seeks donors I IBy



JODY CARLIN
center are W.T. Shands Teaching, Alachua General, North
Alligator Layout EdltorYou've Florida Regional, Veterans Administration (VA) and the .

Bradford County hospital. They are charged $20 a pint for the ,
got something that the people at 1330 NW 13th St.
blood. Although all blood comes from volunteer donors, the
want: blood. charge covers the cost of taking out blood, processing it and
The people' at,that address are the staff members of the distributing ,it. '
Civitan Regional Blood Center. And they want blood CHRIS FEY
your "We are a non-profit orgainzation," Fey stressed. "In fact,
because current rates of projection show that by the end of "
we've been in the hole every month. ,we can't 1
;' August the center will be 4,000 pints. short of blood necessaryto TIlE BLOOD CENTER serves Alachua, Bradford, Dixie

supply area hospitals. Gilchrist Lafayette and Union counties. supplyenough
"WE'VE. BEEN IN operation since Aug. 28,, 1974," said
It is
sponsored by the Civitan club, which signed a note 1 I I
1 Chris Fey, public relations director for the center. "When we giving the organization the funding it needed to get started. In "
first started we knew we had to supply 20,000 units a year but Civitan M r
addition members are on call to donate blood ,
, we haven't reached the point where we can supply it:' whenever blood
an emergency call for blood comes in.
j i R To combat the deficit of blood, the center ships blood in The biggest'user of the blood center is Shands, which uses t
t from community blood banks in Orlando, Jacksonville and about 67 per cent of the 'available blood. Alachua Generaluses

Marion County.But 13 per cent, the VA hospital uses 11 per cent North 'U
shipping in blood is more expensive than having the Florida Regional uses about eight per cent and Bradford -
blood donated and precessed here. In addition to economics, '
County uses a 'negligible amount. U A1fif
there is always the possibility that other blood banks won't .
photo by 'lorry
G have a surplus of the type blood this area needs., groumon
"IN CASE OF NO available surplus, there's only one thing
Different for different folks .
; to do-go on radio. It's very effective," Fey said. plans I

However, Fey stressed that the center doesn't want to make ,
r. too many emergency appeals. Instead, the center has hired an

::' blood.advertising agency to spread the word that this region needs Benefits available to donors 1

) Fey is hopeful publicity will draw In enough donors so that
I by sometime in fall the center will not have to import, any By JODY CARLIN Blood Center Greg has insured himself that there, will be
; blood: Alligator Layout Editor blood available for him in case he needs it.

., "MORE AND MORE exposure brings in more blood," Fey Greg is a volunteer under the blood assurance plan. This
said. "Right now we average SO donors (each giving a pint) a Greg' Farris looked remarkably calm for a guy who was in plan is similiar to insurance in that by donating a pint of
day, but the hospitals we serve need 65 pints a day. More the process of getting his arm punctured."It blood, he and his immediate family are guaranteed an
donors would bring the cost of blood down because the more doesn't hurt," he explained. "In fact it's less painful unlimited supply of blood for a year. His immediate family
blood there is to process, the cheaper the processing than getting a shot. Besides I drive a motorcycle and if I get in does not have to live in the Gainesville area to "collect" blood
becomes." an accident I want to know there will be blood around." if they need it.:

Currently, the, five hospitals! which use blood from the AS A VOLUNTEER blood donor at the Civitan Regional Mark Ralfs, 4JM, is also a donor at the center.
"I WAS BY THE library when I saw a mobile (blood) unit

by the plaza, and I did it," he said. "A funny thing happened.Four .
people saw me do it and they gave too." .

blood it's safe and Mark donates blood on the one-to-one, plan. This plan is
Giving : easy, like a savings plan in that each pint of blood he gives equalsone
credit. The more he gives, the more credit he has. If a
'j friend, relative or acquaintance needs blood, Mark can

but period necessary "transfer". some or all of his credit to that person.
recovery Gfoups can donate under the group plan. This policy

requires a blood donation from 25 per cent of the group or 25
,,j members (whichever is smaller). This members
is assures group
The And this
encounter
By JODY CARLIN only problem they fainting. '
Alligator Layout Editor usually happens to blood donors who are pressed for time and blood whenever they need it.
i won't wait the full 20-minute "recovery" period. "'BLOOD IN GROUP accounts gets used," said Chris Fey,
"BLOOD DONORS who don't wait 'leave public relations director for the center. "Most groups try to
From start to finish it takes about 40 minutes. Most donors before? they "
t claim it doesn't hurt. And the people working there say the've experience a magnified dizziness," explained Chris Fey, build up a cushion so there's always blood on hand.
relations director of the Civitan Blood If groups use more than the 25 per cent "deposit" of blood,
never had to call an "on call" doctor because' of an public Regional
Center. "Sometimes when it's very hot outside, they'll start to they have two months to replace it.

emergency. _______ u _____ faint. But usually people. who wait out the 20 minutes are fine The largest group account is held by UF's InterfraternityCouncil
" r when they leave." (I IFC). Periodically IFC releases blood credits to
: of blood / worthwhile causes, such as'the American Cancer Society.
::1''it1 The largest percentage donors are UF,students.
' "We recently had an IFC drive which was the most suc-
Fey says this is because students are "more socially con-
cessful drive we've ever had. .In one week we collected 350
scious" than others.
'r r,).. Each,time'a donor comes.in, he has his finger pricked. His pints of blood," said Fey.
' blood is tested for hepatitis, syphillis and the ratio content of BECAUSE THIS DRIVE was successful, the center is
hemoglobin. trying to arrange similar drives twice a year" on campus.A .
tJ"\ .HIS BLOOD PRESSURE and temperature are also taken.In fourth type of donor who gives blood to the center is the

..t J".t addition, each time a donor comes in. he is asked his replacement donor: This donor gives blood to replace blood
I medical history. used by a friend or relative. By replacing blood, a. patient is

"Donors must be between the ages of 18 and 66. They must relieved from adding the cost of the blood to the cost of
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(JiI be in good health and must weigh at least 110 pounds," Fey, processing.
iI, Every blood user must pay the $20 a pint processing fee.
said.About But blood users who can't replace blood and who aren't undera
of
five to ten per cent potential donors are rejected
1 ,, 4et tY for medical reason. Although there is no weight maximum, itself.blood plan must pay about $20 a pint extra for the blood

ItI obese people are sometimes rejected because the medical
technologists can't get to their veins. "By getting people to donate blood we are trying to save

FOR PEOPLE WITH deep veins, a technologist will try to them money," said Fey. '
draw blood twice. After that, the person will automatically be Donors are not restricted to one plan. They can switch

credited with a blood donation.' plans and they can also give blood in someone, else's name.

"This is ,very unlikely, though," ,Fey said. "These -

technologists handle thousands of people and they know what: lk:
they're doing."

Donors may only give blood once every eight weeks. Each
I person has a pint of blood drawn from him. .-
l WH THE BLOOD is only good for 21 days It is refrigerated)
and kept alive by the addition of nutrients and anti- Y,1.,

coagulents."Theoretically, four people can benefit from one pint of! j 1.

blood. This is called the component theory because it divides\ ?

the blood up into i its component parts," Fey said. s
Blood type "O positive" is the most common type and
therefore is the biggest in demand. However, the center needsall I II
S
x. ;
.rwe atgs types of blood available at all times.

FOR THE convenience} of donors the center is open from

f.I UIIt. .It<';;:::; ....," ..... 8:30: a.m. 8:30: p.m: Monday through Friday. his open
photo by lorry grossman from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday.The photo by lorry grossman
PROCESSED BLOOD center will open its office on Sunday for any group DONOR GIVES BLOOD i

,good for 21 days wishing to donate. ,different. donor plans available


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' Faculty ratios mus'f''o'ccompony'tenure'requests: I



I By STUART EMMRICH mentioning the word 'tenure.: It t't'is a very. The percentage of tenured faculty in UF academic affairs objected to the requirementto
Alligator Staff Writer emotional area," Mautz said. Educational and General Colleges range from list percentages of tenured faculty ex
He added however that "We must be 49 per cent in Business Administration to 77 plaining it would, "cause faculty to be concerned .
prepared before the next tenure round to per cent in Physical Education. about the possibilities of quotas.
Figures showing the ratio of tenured facultyin determine where our policies are taking us. OTHER TENURE percentages are: 57 per "We have never used percentages in
college departments must now accompanyall "WE MAY eventually have to think about cent in Architecture and Fine Arts. 60 per granting tenure we do it, on merit alone"
tenure recommendations submitted to the policy changes in respect to the number of cent in Arts and Sciences, 61 per cent in Hemp said.
Board of Regents. faculty lines that are tenured. We don't wantto Education.76 per cent in Engineering. 51 per UF Executive Vice' President Harold
The measure is part of a push to make the get to the point where 80 to 90 per cent of cent in Journalism and'Communications, 55 Hanson who says he is a "strong supporter of
state universities"start taking a closer look at our faculty are tenured" Mautz explained. per cent in Law, and 56 per.ceot in University tenure" suggested some flexibility in faculty
tenure." according' to Robert Mautz. Approximately 52 per cent of faculty in the College. lines might be reached by implementing an
chancellor of the State University System. state system are now tenured. Gene Hemp, ,interim vice president for early retirement .system..
ALTHOUGH MAUTZ shied away from
the suggestion that tenure quotas may
somedaybe implemented he explained that Study will look at academic
projected declines in future enrollments may programs
leave an overabundance: of.tenured faculty for I

the"We number have of to students.look at these figures (of to determine" effects on racial balance

tenured faculty) and see what's happening.
There is concern among the regents about By JANET PARK No new programs were added or old
commitments 't6 tenured faculty and the Alligator Staff WriterNo programs dropped from the UF curriculu
percentages of tenured faculty," Mautz said. since the desegregation program went int
Explaining that. cutbacks in educational effect in March. 1974.
funds and loss'of students might mean that programs at state universities may be "The study will show if the impact of a ne
the universities would be "locked in" by high eliminated or added because major shifts in program will hurt another program'
numbers tenured faculty with almost no student racial balance would probably violate somewhere else in the university syste
.
way out. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Hanson said.HANSON.
TENURED FACULTY cannot be fired Welfare regulations. CITED THE example of Florid j
without "cause" or unless their programs are i Before the State University System can State University in Tallahassee starting
eliminated.One 'drop or add an academic program, an, nursing program that might attract studen
exception is in a case of "financial "impact study" must be conducted. that otherwise. would attend Florida ,A&f
emergency" when a critical loss of funds can UF EXECUTIVE Vice President Harold University.
enable the universities to take normally Hanson said. "We're still not real sure whatan Hanson said the termination of the Urba I
prohibited measures to deal with the loss, impact study means." and Regional Development Center was n
'
including laying off tenured faculty. Hanson said the actual form for the survey affected by the new requirements."It .
Tenured faculty would still be given g> aw has not yet been explained to administrators."The was set up as a center and is i
priority however, for any openings in, the main effect of the survey is to look at considered a, program," Hanson said.
state system. distribution of students and the program'seffect THE CENTER will be phased! out by July|
"
MAUTZ SAID he was reluctant to bring up on them. Hanson said: Hanson said no decisions have been mi
.... ... .. ..... THE IMPACT STUDY is
the review of tenure,explaining this is an area "' an outgrowth of within the university on what programs
that is "remarkably sensitive." HAROLD HANSON the State University System desegregation any will .be ,reduced in scope or terminal]
"You can be misunderstood by even survey will look at student distribution'1Teitic program.FTONIGHT. .," altogether for next year. '.
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I Howard K. Smith to speak at UF next weekBy I


DEBBIE ERICKSON Film" and "A Film Guide to"'The Battle of Algiers:"' Mellen 76 were cancelled Ageloff said there will be two policy ,';
Alligator Staff Writer said the rapidly developing women's movement has inducedthe changes in. contracting future lecturers and programs.To .
cinema to be only slightly more self conscious about'.its avoid cancellations Ageloff said he will be dealing as
ABC news commentator Howard K. Smith and film I patronizing and hostile portrayal of women as ,flawed directly as possible with the speaker and will require the
researcher Dr. Joan Mellen will be speaking at UF next weekas creatures. signature of both the personality and agent on the contract.
a part of the Accent '76 {.cries. Ageloff said Smith will be paid $2,750 and Mellen will be. John Dean. Ronald Ziegler, Muhammad All and a
Smith will speaking at the Plaza of the Americas on I paid $1,000 for their engagements: presentation entitled "W.C. Fields 80 Proof were the
Sunday, May 4 at 7 p.m. Accent Speakers Chairman Scott .
Because four of eight events recently scheduled by AccentSuspicion cancelled programs.
AgelofE said Smith will hold a. question and answer period .
,
after'fins '
preSentation: <" I
MELLEN WILL GIVE a presentation entitled "Women
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and Politics and the Movies" on'May 8 at 8 p.m. at the'union: of falsifying application
north lawn. ,
Mellen is currently an associate professor of English at I
Temple University, where she teaches courses in film studies. leads removal of med studentBy ,
The author of "Women and Their Sexuality in the New


STUART EMMRICH 'academic and disciplinary records from being discussed or
Some air fares
Alligator Staff Writer revealed. Herbert said she could not release the name of the
student involved or the facts in the case.
A UF medical student, suspected of falsifying his 'application Herbert also refused to discuss why the state attorney's
down in price to the College of Medicine! has been removed from
school. office was being brought into the case.
Officials refuse to say if the student' was expelled or Rob Denson, director of student conduct, said he knew 1;
others increaseAs suspended but they do acknowledge that he did not drop out nothing about the medical school matter, but speculated f
voluntarily. criminal charges might come out of the student swearing '1
Gerogia Herbert Health Center public information officer, before .a notary public that all the information in his ap
of April 29,coach class air fares rose on short flights and !said the information concerning the case was turned over to plication was true
dropped on long distance flights. the state attorney's office Wednesday afternoon.A .
First class fares rose on all flights regardless of distance in spokesman at the state attorney's office said Wednesdayno Although medical college officials: refused to discuss the )
order to cover the price of first class services. According to a information had been received yet in the case. matter it is suspected the student used someone else's
Delta Airlines spokesman, under the old fare schedule Because of a Board of Regents policy preventing a student's academic: records to get accepted. \

passengers were not paying enough to cover expenses. .
The I changes resulted from rulings by the Civil Aeronautics ContractsFrom
J Board that the old fare structure did not charge actual cost .

per mile. ( page one) The number of faculty positions for this summer becauseof
The airlines feel the fare changes are beneficial to
BRYAN SAID he also the financial situation, had to be lowered by 17 cent
passengers because they will now be paying the actual cost per objected to setting faculty appointments per 1
mile of the flights. for the summer as early as August. The proposal over last year and the number of positions was never finalized ,
would require contracts to be finalized September 1. until late March.
Because of these changes, all domestic: flights will now use wi
UF officials
Last fall expected a 10 per cent increase in the i
the same fare schedules. number of faculty; teaching this summer, and would have had Mautz ,has asked for reactions to the proposal from the ,.
The changes came at the end of the month in order that committed themselves to the figure arrived at in September if state universities by Monday, the same day as the Board of
normal practices not be disrupted by sudden change.. the Mautz proposal had been in effect.. Regents meeting in Boca Raton. .. ,\ "

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It has all the earmarks of,a classic knee jerk

reaction. .
i Apparently no, one in the State University
System was listening in 1969 when members of the

Florida Legislature hinted they were unhappy with \., .. ., $ S
university facilities laying idle during the summer

quarter.If .
anyone were listening, they didn't. seem to
take it all very seriously. After all, they had 10

years to bring the summer enrollment up to the
level of the other three quarters.So .
no one thought too much about it over the

next six years. That is, until the legislators beganto
get nasty about it. '

Already burdened with the worst budget deficitin

state history, the lawmakers began to get
irritated at the foot-dragging going on in

academia.Sen. .
, Robert Graham, hinted darkly that the
I legislature may consider a new type of funding to "'Y .
'J a reduce money to universities with .a slow summer '
enrollment. l4ftHT> AT THE END OF 'THE TUNNEL

Apparently the Regents have finally gotten the
message. Over the last couple of months we've

watched them scurry in a frantic effort to ac-

complish in the next couple of years what they Ngo Dong lived a noble life"The
once had 10 years to do. 1
SUS Chancellor-designate E.T. York hinted at I

the shape of,things to come a few weeks'ago when student of karate should strive to improve himself others'dreams of someday returning to their homeland in the
he said, "if the student wants the privilege of not and his abilities in the martial arts in order to serve the north where the people might once again be free and happy
going to school i in the summer., he should pay a people." then having to stop because he wept.
portion of the total cost." So reads the first of eight tenets of the Code of Moral Such power and presence he had some of us speculated
Conduct and Ethics of Cuong Nhu Karate propounded by that young Ngo Dong only in his 30's might someday become
So not to school in the summer is a
now .going Sense! ("teacher") Ngo Dong recently slain along with his
privilege. wife and children by the victorious and "liberating" North
When the Board of Regents meet in.Boca Raton Vietnamese communists. .

Monday they will consider several proposals' to NGO DONG AS I knew him was: a teacher, a leader a [L OPINION ]
equalize summer'enrollments. fighter, a counselor, an author a poet a singer, many,
One, proposal would require all first-time-in- many things to many people. Virtually' all who came in ,
college students to attend at least one summer contact with him were awed by his aura of forcefulness and
quarter before graduation.Another would limit spirituality combining to make him "an amazing individual -
," as one of his early students described him to me. a saviour tohis people both in the North and the South
fall enrollment until enrollment in the
quarter He was not"perfect-for no man Is-and he was known to Someone who could rally all his people and free them from
other quarters has reached 90 per cent of the fall occasionally say and do things that hurt those who loved him. both the communist yoke and from the deadening corruptionhe
enrollment. But no one failed to be affected-and indeed changed-by saw everywhere.
Another idea is ,to require students to attend a this powerful yet gentle and loving man who was such a A man who had fought the Communists enslaving his
summer quarter before attending two consecutivefall leader and yet such an enigma. people all his life,yet one who spent time in a South Vietnam
jail on the orders of Thieu Dong knew.that the communists
quarters. would kill him if they could for they had let it be known that
Tuesday the Council of Presidents recommended T he had a price on his head and that he was on an assassination
a plan to raise tuition for the'other three TIM CONDON list.DONG

quarters by$1 per credit hour and reduce summer WAS A leader an uncorruptable man of the people
enrollment cost by S5 a credit hour. GUEST COLUMNISTHe who could and would\ have been a guiding light to the masses
While the plan i is obviously preferable to the of Vietnam .rand there is no place for such a man, in a
society being taken over and destroyed by the savagery of
others, since it does offer a financial incentive for
communism. Nor could they let a woman live who had so
summer enrollment, we disagree that students loved him
nor children with his blood
coursing through
would sometimes tell us, his students stories of his wild
going to school the other three and their veins for ,
: quarters youth in,the post-World War II streets of Hanoi where he they someday might have risen up like their
unable to attend summers should be required to street-fought with knives.chains and other weapons; becauseof father to fight for reason and freedom for their people.
pay a surcharge. his amazing training in virtually all kinds of hand-to-hand So they murdered him and made him a marytr.
Summer is a time when many law offices, combat, he.could: probably have laid claim to being the most All of us who knew him now bid fare..ve1l1D our hearts with
dangerous single man on the UP while he here. a sorrowing feeling for he was a goOd and decent man.
was
'newspapers, and other businessess, open their campus AND WE KNOW
assuredly, that be'and his name live on
doors to summer interns, and to many students 'in the spirit of Cuong Nhu Karate,which teaches in its code of
these jobs not only mean experience, but, needed AND YET I remember him singing in ,a high. Oriental ethics: "The goal of the karate student is to maintain a pure
extra money., singsong voice a soft ballad in Vietnamese.that told of his and simple sincere and noble life.

To assess these students a surcharge just .

because, they are unable to attend a 'summer. The Ron Cunningham David M in, .
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over and above the amount of the upcoming Alligator Photo Editor Layout Editor

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EDITORS We care. Did you know that the State University a less than quality product in education.We bills that would put sutdents on the Board,of Regents. Two
System's libraries need $2.45 million worth of volumes just to care and have been lobbying inallahasseefor further bills filed by Rep. Bill Nelson D-Melbourne. and Sen. Jack
bring them to the level the Board of Regents feels they oughtto funding of education; Gordon, D-Miami Beach, would fulfill this goal if passed by
be.This is according to the Division of Planning and This first news release will point out only two of the many the Legislature. House Bill 395 would put on fulltime studenton
Analysis, at UF'and the figure is funds added to last year's issues we kill address ourselves to in subsequent statements. the board.
budget. We intend to present the facts behind heralded and, Both these bills need support, along with the need for more
That was last year but get this Gov. Reubin Askew has sometimes.unheralded issues that are both important and money for university libraries. We urge all tax payers in
1 proposed almost $500,000 be cut from last year's budget and relevant to quality education' in Florida's institutions of Florida who care about their education and their children's
I, a $2.4 million cut from the regents' meager request. The higher; 1 learning.' We/mirror'the..statement Dr, Robert Q. education to make known their support for,these measures.
Committee for Quality Education supports a bill filed by'Rep.: Marston made when he took over the presidency of UF, but Write your legislators.
Sid Martin. Hawthorne that would alleviate this Inequity.WE we expand H. Not only do we want UF to be one of the best CQE needs your support in its fight for quality higher.
CARE ABOUT this and what it is doing to the qualityof universities in the nation, but we would like to see all:nine education. We.care and are here; to help; Write CQE at P.O.
education in Florida.',We are the Committee for Quality Florida universities match up with' the better institutions of Box 13317, University Station Gainesville, Fla. 32601 if any.
' Education (CQEX) We exist to try and put quality education higher learning throughout th country.To questions arise that we may help you with.
" first in the minds of the taxpayer and the people who spend do this'requires more money planning, and'hard work.'
the tax dollar.Almost 60 per cent of state revenue is spent for Students have a right to help make decisions about their James R.Balough
I educating Florida students. But these are premium dollars for education and their input is necessary"Therefore, we support 4 AS'

Boycott begins .'


EDITOR. As things stand suggested a-boycott of classeson M\: r 'T

now. there is a high May 19. The most common .
probability that tuition will be response is, "I'll do it if
increased in the fall. everybody else will." : "
1 don't want to see the 1 commit myself to 'q" I rJA
"Flagship University" sink. boycotting classes on May 19,
but a tuition increase is even if 1 am alone. With
unreasonable. Administratorsdo organization, this boycott
not appear willing to could become 'state wide. If
accept pay 'cutbacks as a you will help organize this
means of generating more boycott call me tonight
funds, so why should we be between Sand 6 p.m.
I' willing to accept tuition
v increases? ITSADVItE
TO: MY FRIENDS, I have Tom Benton

Alligator hits foul ballEDITOR


: You're out! The ball The Alligator hit last
Monday ,in favor of Student Government funding of the
Corner Drug Store went foul. It's just as well as the CDS' .1
Director John Creech should not be batting our game.
Two observations from an experienced drug crisis volunteer
who has worked with CDS the Drug Project, and LIFE. Drug
Program in,Jacksonville:..; .
1)) PERHAPS THE County Commission feels that CDS. ",
wastes money or that the project is not needed. For the
'quarter that I worked there, I handled a grand total of maybesix & DISSENT
drug-related cases. The rest of my many contacts were for .
helping people find rides to anywhere North, or keeping street \ .
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people from, abusing the ,facilities. 1- .. : < '. ; :.'
Nearly all of the volunteers I know there feel like babysitters .
of the town moochers.Very few of those clients who call

in "for" personal appointments ever show up they think so Karwicki 'restates his: positionEDITOR
highly of the service. In'fact other volunteers apparently feel : ;
similarly as CDS is noted for the great rate at which its
workers get disgusted with it and leave.

Offering such questionable services CDS does not have the : I have seen the' nothing to argue about; I SUCH TERMS ONLY :It ,is not women I am
right to expect unqualified money from the Alachua.County light! I had thought I was need only run down and ,serve those 'Who' prefer to against, it is ccllectivism. :
Commission but the citizens of Alachua County do have the because including any male or female \
to how their is and one could find being persecuted 'think of people .not as individuals '
right regulate, money spent some of my wages had' gone demand the money back but 'members of
better. ways that the CDS. into a collective pot from from "my" Congress or take collectives. A as anti-sexist who joins a ,collective basedon
2)) OUR SG has no valid reason to spend our activity fees which those designating'' what 1 want'out of "my" : deliberately true not unearned attributes suchas
on,finding rides for people around the country or providing themselves black or female bank. would use sex or race. The intent of
self righteous street,people with clothes, food shelter 'and had higher,rights to subtractas such unearned titles that my letter was to be sarcastic
and would
baths (all of which they get at CDS). It seems foolish when they had the most pressing Seriously. though as there segregate by ,sex about the tendency of peopleto
our tuitions ,are being hiked,and classes cut back,,to spend "needs." Now that I know the seems to be some who did not, such refuse things'as to designate job sex on join groups of reverse
money on the CDS.. "we" white males own the get the point of my first letter financial applications aid discrimination: as they have
Call CDS out and don't let the SG call the balls. banks and that it is "our" let me make things a bit forms.. ((The or first feminists, not idea of what the concept
Murray Daw Congress I see that I have clearer.This will give them an' biased individualism is.To them it
state as being ma
3 AS idea of what a sexist pig I am.' is alway "they" and "we".
and ,the second, I state, asbeing
1)) I AM pro-abortion Jaw female-biased.
repeal. A woman has the rightto FOR THOUSANDS OF
4)) I am' not against any
her own body. 1 am, anti"free" -
individuals have joinedone
group that decides to help yean
abortions'on demand, women., I am" opposed to collective in supposed
as. this implies ,that I do'nothave money from my wallet payingfor defense against another. It's,
the ,right'to mine, ins it without ,my- okay. .My: time' the pendulum stopped.Walt .
taxation of its labors will be
paycheck, was more,than just
used,to pay for the results. of "threatened", it was at
other people's pleasures. tacked. Karwicki ..
2) 1 am for the statement of
j r the Equal Rights Amendment
4 it is the U.S. Constitution I
am opposed to as it is now'', The "Indep'endentFlorida
tool of special interest groups
(including ,those, supporting AlligatorShilo ?
white male supremacy>)>':'

3)) I am opposed? the !title ,, Draper I. 'Cory ftalanofl
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Entertainment Editor" "oco..ldlto'
Mr.. used by those''feminists'" 't-j'
who were in opposition to my 1
letter. It is a sexist title that Doug Hatch
one does not have to earn butis Wire. Editor
LJupgylryplds conferred ,at birth. I am Gr.g ions Tom Shfodet ,i
,opposed to'Ms.'for the same .Sports Miter Awl. Newt Editor'L
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with employe parking spaces limited to those areas only
t LESLIE GOLAY Road to Southwest 13th Street to all student traffic including Employes could enter and leave campus only by the
Alligator Staff Writer bicyclists. construction route.
road in front of Little Hall, whichis designated
THUS WOULD the
open Koepke also explained .that the weight of the flatbed,
Forty new senators were sworn in at Tuesday night's presently closed off to two-way truck traffic for construction concrete and block trucks would destroy whatever campus
student senate meeting and the elections for, president, vice purposes only. It would remain a truck route and road they travel over a period of time. He said there would be
and traffic court chief justice were construction, employe route for two years, according to
president, treasurer considerable dust and dirt caused by the 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
validated. Koepke. truck traffic.
The new Senate turned out in "force with 62 of 80 senators Route one proposal was to have trucks enter campus from and THEREFORE THE Senate asked that the air conditioningbe
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attending. the main campus entrance on Southwest 13th street left.onto Uttle'Hall! and'ihe Architecttire'and Fine Arts
A PRESENTATION on the proposed construction sites for proceed past the Plaza to turn south on NpvQ,Driy: .,anAend.: Building. ,Jti ,u : .
four new buildings on campus was presented by Gary Koepke, 'up .('the'construction area near the University Auditorium.Route The Senate unanimously endorsed a resolution in favor of
consultant to the university. three proposal'was to have trucks enter campus at
planning
decriminalizing marijuana, making it a civil violation to
said each building site would employ about 300 Inner Drive,where Broward. Yulee and Rawlmjts dormitoriesare
Koepke one ounce or less,with a fine of$100 or less.
end possess
and from the sites. located,then loop back around Newell Drive to again
people with heavy truck traffic going to job A charter for the University of Florida Organization: for the
Three of the buildings planned to begin summer quarter arc up at University Auditorium. Reform of Marijuana Laws passed its first reading. It must
trucks enter
have campus
ROUTE was to
proposal
Auditorium. FOUR
within a three block radius University two readings in the same form in order to become final.
Newell Drive to' pass
for Museum Road then loop back around
truck route proposals at
four different
Koepke presented
Then it,will go to the administration for final approval as a
the senate to vote on. The senate took a straw vote to accept: University Auditorium area. UF
Road from Newell said each building site would,be entirely fenced In organization.
route two, which would dose off Stadium Koepke THE HONOR COURT Rules of.Procedure passed first
reading after four amendments were added. The rules will
I Reaction change Honor Court procedure to more informal, ad-

,, ,......... ministrative rules rather than the criminal rules it operated
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'''- 1 students who have studied in the United States to return : In other business, the Senate put aside $1.000 in a contingency *
"" E..f.:.
: home. !.,. fund to underwrite any losses that may be incurredto
t'J' However, he said if he receives "frightening messages" 'f, theRathskellarforthe next 60 day period.
"J threatening ,the lives of his family, he will return to south Miles Wilkins, SG business manager, said it was a gesture
'J Vietnam.Ho and guarantee to the Faculty Club, who is letting the Rat use
1 Van Lamn, 9AG, who has a wife and four-year-old ,'it" their beer license until they get out of financial straights, that
'tI daughter in Saigon, faces an uncertain future. ,j the Senate will stand behind any debt that may incur.
"IT'S HARD to tell at this moment" he said, before 1 THE RAT STOPPED serving at night April 20 when debts
adding.-i'l'm not sure what I'm going'to do these next few totalling $9,000 due mismanagement were discovered.The .
days." senate also appointed David Cardwell,Senate presidentpro
Nguyen Ngoc Hai also found it difficult to explain his tern, to the Board of Masters. .
feelings. The Board of Masters comprises three law students, vice
"I'm happy for the war's end. Sad? I don't know. I don't ..j chancellor and chancellor of the Honor Court. The board
know," he repeated. / .. : interprets the Student Body constitution.
Hoang said it will be very difficult for Vietnamese refugees '' .".\;.>.. ', A SPECIAL REQUEST of $100 passed first reading to j
coming to the U.S. to find jobs and adapt to a new way of life. .: )'i\. x'."ri';,,'.:...... help finance registration, room, travel and miscellaneous
"I 1 am young and can never adapt to the United States," he, ."...'... ..,',;.'. .\......;. expenses for Andy Daley, president of the Council of In-
said,stressing it would be more difficult for older Vietnamese ,,./ .S ternational Organizations to attend a National Assoication of
"" people. Foreign Student Affairs Conference at Washington D.C.. on
NGUYEN PHAT THANH "I wish the United States can do something good for the. NGUYEN PHAT HOANG May 7.11
.. ,doubts parents can leave, refugees here," he said.Why ?. .'almost satisfied
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Auxiliaries| may help pay overhead


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their
Alligator Staff Writer and if so how share of overhead costs getting more money to pay for overhead government pays for the cost of accounting
the legislature much must still be resolved by charges is to jack up prices of their services and dispersing funds. Heron explained.

service charges and higher dorm Boutwell Boutwell said. the proposal would be "detrimental to Following the method used for charging the
Steeper for students may be the result of a committee's added that he will testify at the students no question about it,'* Heron said. government the proposal bases auxiliaries'
rents "auxiliary services" for Friday meeting on what impact ,BOUTWELL SAID the task farce working share of total overhead costs on a percentageof
proposal to charge the university administrative sharing overhead costs will have, on a with each individual universiC followed' a the auxiliaries' total expenditures.
{thou share of university's auxiliaries and "why I prefer that procedure used by Heron at UF to determine, "It's a fair and long-precedented method;*'*
overhead costs. auxiliaries\\not have to pay that share in full." what overhead costs rates should be what Heron said.

The Division price for of auxiliary Housing,1 the eryjces: Campus- such,;Shop,asthe -HE SAID HE i',"Lh.OULD'arguethar! : having? portion' of that auxiliaries, already pay and In 1973-74.. UFs total overhead costs
S5.5 million and for
amounted to were paid
the Infirmary and the J,
and Bookstore out of the E&G. IFAS and Health Center
Union could be increasednine
Wayne Reitz he said. Auxiliaries all
,
In
paid
per cent If the legislature decides The price for auxiliary services/ such as about budgets 12.000 of those costs in direct
should a portion of overhead
auxiliaries pay .
support to the E&G: and other budgets.
for AdministrativeAffairs
Chancellor
costs. Vice the Division of the TAKING INTO account what auxiliaries
Kenneth Boutwell said. Housing, Campus Shop
paid in direct support, the portion of
THROUGHOUT the State
AUXILIARIES receive S 1.1 and Bookstore the and the J. overhead costs attributed to all auxiliaries
University System' currently Infirmary totaled $378.000 for the 1973-74 year, which
million worth of.free administrative services Heron based his computations on.
he said.The question before the legislature is could be Increased
Wayne Reitz/ Union According to the proposal charges wouldbe
whether auxiliaries should have to pay back assessed auxiliaries on the basis of the size

ill or part of that amount. nine per cent if the legislature decides of their operation and.the percentage of the
of Sen. Robert Graham D.
At the request university's administrative services they used.,
Miami and the Senate Ways and Means auxiliaries Using the Campus Shop and Bookstore as
Committee three yean ago the Board of should pay a portion an example Heron said the bookstore was

Regents initiated a study to determine of overhead responsible for 2.2 per cent of all the money ,
overhead costs in all nine state universities costs. spent on administrative overhead. Based on
ind what portion of that cost to attribute to 1973-74 figures the bookstore would be

iiuiliaries. universities' support the overhead of how much the auxiliaries' full share of charged $99,000 for its share of the overheadfor
An auxiliary is a self-supporting independent auxiliaries is "part of the cost of education"the overhead comes to. that year, according to the proposal.
operating unit in that it does not state pays for. Heron said the formula he ,used charges Using the same, formula and 1973-74
receive state funds. UF Business Manager Asst. UF Controller Dave Heron who overhead costs to auxiliaries in the same way figures the UF Housing Division would be
Richard Schiflli explained. Auxiliaries are computed overhead costs and the axuiliaries' universities already charge the federal assessed $23,000 for administrative services it:
run solely on funds from student fees and portion for UF, said the proposed assessment government for administrative costs involved received and didn't pay for through supportto
charges for the use of services. would "hit some auxiliaries pretty darn with research grants and contracts. the E&G budget. Heron said the bookstoreand
BOUTWELL APPOINTED a task force to hard." WHEN THE FEDERAL government sets housing account, for 60 per' cent of

develop a formula to determine total overheadcosts Since the only way auxiliaries have of up a research project at a university the auxiliaries' cost to the university in overhead.
in each of the nine state universities andto
decide how much of that cost should be

charged Figures to compiled auxiliaries.from each of the nine Student wins $6,800 on TV show I

state universities show that auxiliaries as a
whole put a SI.8 million burden on the By KEVIN BLOOM star Totie'Fields. Fields said she thought it pointed at missing her big chance becauseher
Alligator Staff Writer would be 'alright. appearance was a fluke.
education and general budgets which pay
Faith agreed. HAVING PLANNED a vacation to
administrative overhead costs.
Faith Price a UF coed went for the big Host Peter Marshall put on his "you blew California; Faith wrote the Hollywood
But since auxiliaries the
throughout
system money.last Friday. it"grimace and Faith's bid for glory was over. Squares program in advance asking if it
return about $700.000 in the form of direct
Faith had been running up a list of prizeson Faith went on to lose the game and was would be possible ,to appear. ,
support personnel salaries' and administrative the daytime version of Hollywood Squares eliminated from further competition.Faith Faith said she was both happy and surprised
supplies the amount for a week and now the moment of truth was did not walk away empty handed when the station informed her she met
auxiliaries may be asked to kick in is only$1.1 at hand. however. She won $1,800 in,cash and $5,000in the initial eligibility requirements.Arriving .

million Boutwell explained. THE QUESTIONs According to FamilyCircle merchandise. at the studio. Faith was given a
CURRENTLY, THE administrative costsof magazine should a woman have her "I ENJOYED THE whole experience." screen test and, participated in simulated
the entire university are paid for primarilyby baby at home? Faith said. "Everyone was really nice to me. competition to determine if she could
the general education (E&G) budget. The The stakes: $25.000 in cash and mer- "Even after I missed the big question all maintain composure under competitive-
J. Hillis Miller Health'' Center and the Institute
chandise. the stars appealed to the judges during the pressure.
of Food and Agricultural Services Faith currently working on her masters in station break to see if there was some, way for Found to be an acceptable contestant,
(IFAS) pay overhead costs for the auxiliaries pediatrics and nursing looked confident. me to win i Faith said. Faith went on to win games for a week until

under them. THE QUESTION was first put to guest Overall Faith said she wasn't too disap- losing Friday.
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your choke. Handmod for individual headlight. asking$75. call 373-5025 (10- nicest ground floor unit on any North 5tl26-p) h (Special Summer Hotel) quarter clot to campus 67 dollar + *
who wont the beet. Original work by 5t.122-p) Florida beach. Priced below appraised ESTATE SALE tot"tun, May 3-4. 9am-7pm $100 to 5125 PER W)' utilltlet-fW at ufOl"M* Wllllcmbor9
South't leading Artittt. Matter Gold $600 Down, $139 monthly payment for value. Call 378-3930 weekday or 378- clubhouse pKcodllly.., 2220 tw 34th All units, 2 BR. furnished with air. luxury colt Jane 378-1274 (b5t.1.25pJ.udIo
Smith and laplditt. Unconditional three bedroom, Concrete, Block House 4688 weekends or nights (g-10M2p) It. fine private collection antique feoturet. opt for summer off.. 'km (than V*
Guarantee O22M By appointment only. Why Rent. 3734424 or 376-7198 (a-7t- guild electric guitar humbucklng furnishings,accessories,and clock. nice Available for lease through Aug. 3IM,' block to camput. $160 m*. Includes all
373-3894. (o-49t-105.p) 121.p) pickups. grover' tuners, cherry finish. oak "s" roHop desk, assorted american .Prairie View Mobil/ Village. utilities. furnished, cable Iv, ac' all,
Kenwood receiver 22 want pf ch., 2 new $350 I year old $200-wtth case. clocks, gun, woodpoddl ceiling font, 379-441) 373-3284 'utilities, furnished! cable Iw OC 1241 SW .
vhrollnear 200 speakers BSft 310 x SALE Tents, sleeping boot backpacks cord 376-1581 (o-3l-123-p) repeater packetwatch beautiful upright Available/ to new tenants only! 4th A..*. Apt.. No.4 Mike 3734444(6rocmote ( -*-
clothing, etc. All CAMPING EQUIPMENTON plane' boa cash'otbr_ beds, "'
swag
turntobl lloyd fasten dock head 124.p'
8x36 trailer for sole located in grynwood _
peons 70 albums, 501 stocks $700 SAU. Allen't Aquatic t troll Center .lamps, gloM 'I(cut, pressed art), slotmaths (b-5i.116-p) for
3448W. Umv Ave 3n923311-4t-( ) park alr-condltloned students only needed 50 per month roomIn
Ihorldoncouch., velvet choirs
MM SW 16th Ave No. 24 (o-5t-124.p) ,asking $1,000 3784038Zuiuki (100 5t-125.p) much Only three blocks' freer cam- attractive mobile horn call 3T8-927
For Sale MI of Duro Ac.racing broken mrtc (lo-2t.t6-p: ) put...UNIVERSITY APtS. now renting for assailable now oddiets..7117.132SW.
3300 and,Coppl prorating bike, all (rt-185\ trail street only 23oo miles' teotpeed peugeot po-10 two year old tummer< quarter' Special summer Archer Rood (b-St-123-p)
:NEWSTEREO
EQUIPMENT campy camp.-460.00, 392-7931 (o-5t- 73 model 430 Songa car > track, lloyd $150 1516 NW 1st plot (o2t25p .discount rates: Juno l loth-Auo.31H. One
124-p) home ",ocll. Spanish coot-of-ormt oll-' bedrooms, $88-month. Two kewVoomt, our haute near dutkpond needs a
AQUA yrlg ttalllorvtupor halter A reasonable 378-6376 (o-tt--2o-p) FOR RENT H8-l3iVmonth.. tome carpeted. Alt female JOCNMICIIO. own bedroomn largeHying
I 20% 40% OFF room, den kitchen storage area.
furnished Pert Control.- Pete In
performance' prospect $MO. terms. Gigantic garage tale 25 families WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR allowed : big fenced, and very green yard 63.33:
GERMAN SHEPHERD show femal 12 anything from eyelet, to clothe selected' aptt. Com In soon before It'.
List : Brands goes APARTMENT. Joel Bridges Realtor 404 and 1-3 utilities. call 373-9960 (O3M25el -
on Top ." top bloodlines. $150.: Alto horses musk spent books Sunset opt bock ofJeny't 5W. 4th avenue, 377-6700. "(B5M04Chj too tat*. We have on apt to suit you. )
boarded A AQHA Mud se.v ice. 376-471 1300 nw 12tl: all tot sun (a-2t- ) Air Conditioned Swimming Pool. You ____
372-1460 call. Tom Hahn ev*. (a-3t-124-p) I 126-c)_ ] con beat the heat but not the pic" Call Avail Nowlll
READ THIS 376-8990 or come by the office at 1524 100 acres to 1 lease Huge lobe on property
Moving anytime between Now A Sept. NW 4th Ave. weekday afternoons. (Ib- located off Hawthorne Rd. Only $130
let ut rent your house or opt at no cott )IOt-119-p)_ moll
United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr-113-p) 3 bdr Hornet Walk to Uf we presently
female grad or moutr* student 1mm.diat.ty *
AVOID THE FAll RUSH Hove 6 home all, walking distance to
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own bed, furn 1 block from
041 to ,1f Now It the time to look for that house o.opt. campus$99 -f Vi utilities' will pay august urn
United R(Assoc 377-6992
i for the summer or fall quarter Coll rent free! 377-7982 (1b-3t.I 12e-p)
/todoytt 377-6992' (1b-Mt.tt2-p) ((b-fr-123-p)
Presents male roommate private rm. ,In house
I large 3br..I". opt.cent ac,shag. pool near was( end golf course. full access to Mole roomot needed la there bdim 'In
x n laundry, saunas $100 security deposit haute wother-dryer A dishwasher 2 bdrm aptIn Frederick gods near
paid, sublet. through Sept., 15 2c5-mth. central o-c 4 heat graduate law or med. campus $36.25 + 1-3 utilities 378-7433
1 373-9739 (b-5t-122-p) student, quiet place 'to study toll (b-Stl25-p) .. w
Et W one luxury three bedroom opt available George 372-8536 before 5:30: pm. Room for rent In liberal house SO-$35
lor subletting. Plenty of spate and many 'One'Bdrm Apt for rent at Hawaiian VillAptt deposit 1246 SW 14th, it 2 blkt campus
LLL other ._11_Call after 7p.m. at 373-2531 Mutt rent no later than June Itt 376-2794 (b-a-135-p)_
or 377.8280 (b)01.122p1have ) ) : Coll 373-7900 or the Apt office (b-a) sublet May S-Aug 3I I Bdr Unfurnished.'

own bdrm In 2 bdrm. trailer 12 -p)____ Brandywine, l75-mo., AC, pool telf-
t located I lot 17 of Room cleaning oven; dlthwother Call afternoons -
on acre ml west g'ville large m very nice house No ,
555 per mo. call) glendo 376-4446'8-4 or Deposit room It 12 by 14 unfurnished" 373-3722 (b-SM25-p)
472.2870 after 5'00 female (fr-HB-pV| }. 63+1-3 utilities, furnished 80-cleon liberal female roomple wonted to share'
studious person 378-6376 (b-lt.12e-p) 2 bdrm 'trailer $30 a month plot .V*


cxtra extra'extraextra! campus 3 bock bedroom yard on,'3 2 t car both 441 carport,',unfurnished many, 3'trees mllt, fenced prefer from utilities 376-4438 Archer or I 373-1837 summer rd Village quarter(b-3t-123-p needed Call Mind) Immediately -)

family. $250 per month. 378-2137 after sublet summer 2bdr large opt pool o-c
3pm (b-5l 126-p) dish wash' .shag pert ok walled In private
Furnished 2 br opt to sublet tor..summer patio call after 7 372-9803 available June
..,. 'cl!, pity area o-c overlooks pool. 13 negotiate (b-3M25-p)
'l3S-mo. 4 utilities call( 372.2485 after Roommate needed immedlatelyl for 2
:3pm! no depesittll''' '(b-lt 126-p) story house wi large yard 4"treet.3 miles

two roontotet.needed Summer A fall M from campus 63.00 +.U.vtllHlet. 377--,
June 76.,Country Gardens, behind Med 4724 anytime (b-b-3t-123-p)'

Center,,.nt. $62 ,.t.iNI.. CoIl Eric, 378-. Share opt V* block from comput. ap
0511 (b-5t-l26-p: ) pro*. $75-mo. $30 required at depotlt'
female roommate needed for summer coil 37S-9109 (b-3t-l23-) _

1 lease. own room in large 3 bdrm haute Summer sublet furnished.1. bdrm" opt
,with private parking lot. 'A blk from Near Shondt and VA Coll btwn 6 and II
campus $30+.l-3utilf" toll :373-0973 (b- pm 376-6043 (b-5t-123-p)
2t.126-p: )
Avail Fall Qtr
.Move In June 15. ) bill from Compullg. "
"wk left to look"I.
*ffy.air con.Must tubleotell Call Morjle. Over 30 apt '. near Uf
after 6pm 378-3353 (
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b-5t.I26-p
2. $83 month-oll utilities paid
Move In June 18. 2 Ig 'm.' in 4 bedrm 3. 3 bd home-NW Mellon .
house. Need 2 roommates for summer I 4. DuplenevNW 2 avail, .
.blk from Normans Hall cell after 6pm 5. 3 bdr houtet-5 available' ,
n MOVES THURSDAYthat's : 378-3333 (1b-5t.I 126-p) United' Real(Estate Assoc ,
Irm. ovlb in 2bd opt windmeadowt Open 9AM-8PM 3776992bffl23p
WAll to WAll SHAG ten oir led on ( }._
LAKES large krtch. llv-dinn. no dep. elect. i1f1
phone I34MU Of' 67I-3U if roomot
: .A available call toys 378-7348 (b-2M26-
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( today' ) P)_ .
GobI of land, hug trees, from.cowt to III
.e... '. monkeys Peace of mind with own roomIn 3794KB
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new hout summer at fall NO LEASE Tile)
:!,, ." 'r : .,4" very mellow 376-3766 (b-5t-126-p) WtddtnftPliotograpfetn

finale roommot wanted at landmark
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opt 49 Mow m now or May ). S-O.OO a s.sree -
month + $23.OD deposit. No ,_. Call( ii o
office or come by after 3:00: (b5tlJplfOU )

Look in extra for : from RENT campus own own bdrm bath In 50 house per II month.blkt .

plut 'A utll Call 372-0739 ((b-3M4-p) THERrS MORE

'(, HELP neat student or couple to sublet my ..- 1' TO SEE WITH
turn apt for summer qrr. at V* the mo. ,
ALL MOVIE AD'S rent $90 + III, option at roommate Milt .
foil Don 377-9988 (b-4t-l24-p) ; CAM TV
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rmol needed ItO shore beautiful
;. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS poolside new phot, Hawaiian Village otIftItJlo
opt w-grod students starling Juno I. 57 '
s mo. Coll Ann :3734367 nice 373-4788 (b- 8 TV Channels A weather
5t-l23-p) channel UPI, News 'New York
2 bdrm. mobil horn for rent $135. per Stock i Exchenae..2 FM "It lon,on
{' THE LOVE OF FIGHTING, BY JIM '.' mo.coil glenoo 376.441681 or 472-2870 TV Channels end FM and 4 AM
after 3 (b.fr-124-p) 'etKm on tN FAA bend.TttivBioM ., -

1 J McGEE/PHOTOS BY' RICK ROSEN live In a new house for lese than i 4( :UNlVBSl1V em
I. would colt'yell to live/ in on opt 2 harm CAMI ea .
3 THE for turn,one far fall Furnished$100 call INC.
LOVE OF GOD BY JEFF 5M
.. ; 377-7310 (b-5M23-pl) .N.MAIN ST.
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leaderihlp loll: key ring on union lawn laiurdayIndentlfloble ,ID PHOTOS .
organization application available now by one rfiort key that I It ,passports return, and application( *
thru May Student Activities Desk 3rd marked 176 reword call 373-9796 ( floor JWRU/ (|-7l.l8-p) 125-p)) b work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ava (m-JOV(

WANTED VW Pop top camper w-alr for :3 cute, little,blonde 22 year old girl from 91-p)
wk Western Vacation In June: Will pay Nitty Gritty concert, I think I have your
fee plus you ute my cor while I'm gone unglouet. Call Dole at 378-8309 ((1-... .* .
HOMIKUKMB' I Coll 376-5012 (l-5t' -113-NC) 125-NC) .
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FOR
RENT
dapartment home. WANTEDGOLD KARATE LESSONS loll: pr gold wire-rimmed glasses loll In LEWIS' :
We con help.mobile you.. .rl. horn+.oroorfmotemeeeeywoyl Apt n_ 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th thru DESPERATELY i if( found
Mon call
campus SilO m<> rings.old jewelry, etc. 51)) please Undo Jw.lnjrCompany .
( fEE IS fUNOABfI 371-2121 12S-12p)) after omofierl230flm: (bSt- QZZIE 373-3894 (c-49t-IOS-p confidential) ,Colt .Sat even, 7to9 378.71312o1.108p(| ) 3927720 (l-lt.126-p) CLASS RINGS ,

QUI COED facial hair removed per. Lost female Huikia-Shepard "R.no" No .
Wanted
DIAMONDSWATCH
X* n. M GB N04W shore responsible female student to manenlly Call Edmund Dwyer collar shaved tide + stomach. ,
WANTED 2 br-2 bath
opt for fall 67+Vi REPAIRS
TOR" 4th*:.. utilities electrologiil over 20 yean experleaca laceration on bock Float coll 378-3759
7 Ioyaltl) 7:00:()( 377.4700 Short bdrm In' 2 bdrm' ,Frederick Garden 392. -9693 near(eSt va-hospital 125-p) call 392-9695 or Coil 372-8039 ((|.fr-107<) Ion near Vlicoyo Apt Reword 200 W. University Ave.
Apt. pool. '
00" barbequ. April rent OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, 37:4106'Guaranty
; Europe S.
free$56,25 mo + I 1-3 util. Joe 378-4735 4m| student seeking responsible,
SERVICES
America,Africa.Student all
OF DEBT profetiiontand
OUT
fAY (SH22-p) conservative mole roommates( ) for r
$700 $3000
New Furniture. Sept:June. no opt decided toll occupation to monthly. 'WIRED FOR SIGHT"Thtyelau
yet.
( Beautiful mole looking for one or two roomatet btuce 376.9389. (e.2t.126- ) Expenses. paid, overtime, tlghtieeing Mart"
p
for loll ? Super
quarter oaki Free information TRANSWORLD
rengency 377-0615
In take) ov.r
Just com ask for scott (c-5t.122.p| penenced lead guitarist' for RESEARCH Dept C6, Boll 603 Corte UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
small payments on brandnew Wonted pre-profenionol ttobhshed band. Mutt be in town over Modero, Calif 94925 (|.1O.118-p) 300 SW'th Ave, 384480M5053C
student with lummer Fexie call G.Ida 378-4169) I ( ( ) _. _
fumltur. .. unpaid lay head or r._ .
good to share 2bed-2 both opt near om376.8003 (e.5t.126-p) STOP tuition hike and cutback People
aways. Most 'already Vi va hospital this fall 67 + Wild'"at Gary concerned 'with quality 'In higher boob periodical journal bound unique
paid for. No down payment or Keith 392.7528 (c.St-182,p) HELP WANTEDPublic education In Florida pleote call CQE at service will pick up and deliver call
373-5596 or 377.1851 (c-9t-119-p) english bindery for freeeitimate. 373-
rtqulrvd. Payments low asS Spring here! wont someone to do .
your Relation
student needed 8456 377-6260 2ft
01 To McGeei girlt-no longer are (m- 126-p)
spring cleaning for ? $15.00 you
you per day Director of
$ moNO. call Jockle 373-1801 for Information Communication for SAAA objects of worship but a School of EXPERIENCED TYPIST fan dependable,
more SON.
FINANCE CHARGE (e.2t-125-p) Involve writing newsletter t mullet all that you have i I.skin deep, all .rate negotiable Call Phyllis for term
NO CREDIT CHECKSNOONEREFUSED' brochures, press t community relations, that you need i*a new reputation E.AA. paper. resumes. '.etc. 372-6767, (m. ft
Wanted: Single girl, to shore I bdrm I submitting PSA's. 8 hour PR credit, Count (|-It-126-p) 126-p)

apart 'at Brondywine permanent Great 1608 (opportunity.4f..123- for experience 392- TODAY YOUR DAY TO GO APEI HAPPY Scuba clone*starting .All scuba
WAREHOUSE e ) FederalTHE
NITURE art person please come by BIRTHDAY LOREAL FROM THE 607 ZOO!11I equipment provided tale, service,

|202 N. MAINUNESVIUE I after 5:30: N-1I5 rent It 7500 mo.s.. AUTOS (I.It.126p) ... .. .. trips, rental, air. Tom Allen '(co-host BEST PLACE TO SAVE
Kay ( 2t
e- 124-p)
SHOP+'INO CENTER Mutt Sell 1972 Honda 350 Q, "There I i. no force on earth that can WIld Kingdom on TV) Allen Aquatic +
helmet Trail Center, 3448W.Unlv Ave 373.9233m
.
equal in ill the forceof
rack,chain.Mint condition call 392-8399 conquering power .
fr 126-c
( )
justice and wiidom Baho i .
oak for
ron (g-51.124-p)
Writings (|.It-126-p) "
1972 CAPRI 4 speed low mileage, very / TYPING EDITING -. These, Disser.lotions SUPER BIKES, Inc.
ANNOUNCING Alachuo County Foster Grandpar.nt.and
economical many extras, excellent .Term Paper experienced typist '
staff thank Dan Hothcock of
condition only$1795 Call 372-4371 (g-3t124 Designs ma In englith Ibm selectrlc phone PARTS3776001SERVICE3770722
Dan for flower
by presented to
p)
3780547m20tl07p)
Grandparent during National Volunteer
DELIVERY SERVICE HONDA 750-71 great condition, recent Week (j j.lt-126-P1)
engine-paint, new Irtpection sprockets Weddlngi Invitations from $1140 per
+ chain, 52 mpgl $1195 consider' partial LOST FOUNDed 100. Two week delivery. Hundred of 9\
trades call 377-4577 (g->-125-p) styles Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main .
11 AM for return of content orange pack .
Midnight 1968 376-9951 (I fr-105-c)
l MUSTANGS 2 door good condition, stolen from parking lot next to mother
new lire and battery. $750 or beat offer earth 322brown toote-leof notebook HORSES BOARDED: 6 ml NE of UF best
call 372-3356. olIO flute $80 and lane + lib book 373-9789 (I-5t.124-p) core i feed. Informal i friendly all .
ON ORDERS FOR 1.25 UP cedar chest. I
$70: ((125-p) Found-Silver Braclet on Broward Tennis facilities, large Mall $7500 pasture

'67 vw tquorebock recently painted, Court April 23. Call Tim to identify, $2500, 376-4719, keep trying (m-4t.124Pi -
good tires, at It, $400. phone 373-4217( 373-6658 (I5t-122-rtc) ) 10AM.6PM
UNLIMITED1805SW13ST 1 liB after 4:30: pm. ((3- -125-p) 7 DAYS A WEEK
lost wallet on plow fri. night. HXi Sick Plants Need Gardening Advice?
377-09O1 ....._. for tale: 1969 ford von, excellent run .
twit ? 1 needed. Call James Bangma 373-7487 The Plant Doctor Make Hawse Call 376-
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condition, good tires $1195 call :3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.
ning I
keep trying REWARD (c 2t-125-p) 5192. (mSt-125-p)
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Peggy at 372 7248 (g-3t-125-p)

69 NOVA COUPE 250-6. P.S., automatic,
fou're ALWAYS Wefcome a Mormon Church! excellent condition Call 376-7405) after 6,

all day week endi (O-3t.126-p)
Church of Jesus Christof PERSONAL STUDENTS IN


Latter-day Saints ADIDAS T-SHIRTS NOW IN AT RAWS

RACQUET SHOPPEI CHOOSE FROM COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES "
Student $.rvlc.s MANY COLORS IN AU SIZES! 1508 tolN 13
ST (|-2t-125-p)
Sunday 10:00: A.M. TENNIS RACQUET REST RINGING -

and 6:00P.M.: SPECIALSI) YONEX AND BlUE STAR 1099 HEAR ABOUT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
STATITE NYlON 7.50 24hr suva 4 '
at the RAPP'S RACQUET SHOPPE/ ((1.21.125-1)) :::*$t.

Institute of Religion Dramboul Beautiful selection of primo .
goods Atmosphere of 20'l-40'l Many '
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1220 S.W.5lh Avenue blouses$1,$2, $3. Men,Women Kids,. and w ',''- W:

'1 (North of Norman shirts recycled denims, (jewelry, velvet ,.
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t.. '. Alligator Staff Writer With his magnetic eyes and articulate voice, Doyle explained -
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'. .. : Nervous? they do well. As for pressures, except for the time it takes to
"I'm terrified of forgetting my lines and I do it all the put the show together and not disappointing the audience and
time," fretted Florida Player Michael Doyle who parlayed the rest of the cast, you do the best job you can."
"' .,i Fall quarter's presentation "Dylan" into a national award. Doyle attributes his success to just "letting go."
M ; : y. ; Presented to the most outstanding college actor Doyle "What seems to be working more and more to improve my
;) received The Irene Ryan Foundation Award in'Washington acting is an ability not to take things as serious as I used to."
D.C. for his portrayal of Dylan and Mark Anthony with a said Doyle. "Not to be as competitive and not to care about all
southern accent. those things that used to seem so important to me."
; "I'd say Dylan is an extension of my own personality" Currently host of Uniscope on Channel 20, Doyle is not sure
I '!' Doyle said. "I'd find it difficult to play someone really athleticor if he wants to be a big star. ,
,;i rough cause I've never been physical like that. It's easier "I like that feeling of adulation, so I could think that I had
for me to play someone scholarly or cerebral." made it," Doyle said. "But. the idea of having all the
Doyle continued "Like Newman or Redford they play pressures doesn't appeal to me. I really don't like to be on and
extensions of their own personalities. Playing an old man like always have to think of something approvable to say."
t Dustin Hoffman-that takes emotion and talent and just The grinning actor from New Port Ritchie will be 33 next
JI letting yourself go into something of your character. week. "I've never liked being a Taurus; stubborn earthbound -
Doyle, who was too "chicken" to read for the Florida etc.," explained Doyle. I always like the descriptionof
r ,, Players in an audition fifteen years ago says his acting began a Gemini where you don't know what's going to happen
; .. "probably as just an ego trip." He later auditioned for the next. I don't like the idea of being predictable I'd like to be a
I MICHAEL DOYLE Florida Players again with no experience but a high school little more dramatic."

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Review by about every musical cliche in the jazz-rock .. singer will bring his music
Glenn Abel camp with Beck making no bones about _. _. -: and wit to the Union Lawn
directly copping on his influence's styles. '?.._ : :, free this Saturday night at t
Jeff Beck, one of the premier British The album opens to the all too familiar .. ,8:00.
guitarists of the sixties, joins forces with "funk" patterns first popularized by i Buffet, who comes from
one time Beatle producer George Martin. James Brown and later picked up by so Key West, plays an
The result is the Tint jazz styled instrumental many of the black jazz groups. "She's A r acoustic guitar and is
album to be made by a major Woman" the Lennon-McCartney classicis equipped with a down
rock artist. given a treatment straight from the styleof .. home attitude. It shouldbe
"Blow by Blow" features faultless Phillip Upchuch. "Cause We've EndedAs I. / fun as he sings such
musicianship by all concerned and a tight, Lovers" is dedicated to Roy Buchanan, J f ,rmrira songs "Honey, why don't ...
professional ''production by Martin. obviously the inspiration for the rendition. C we get drunk and screw?"
Unfortunately the album employs just Over all the biggest influence on Beck has Buffet said he has only ,
come from John McLaughlin, with whomhe t. f ". I" (4 ;t tI' written one love song, "I
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is currently touring. Much of the music .was stuck in one of those
here is in the Mahavishnu vein, but r Continental Hyatt House
I without the creativity and originality of ... rooms with nothing to do :T
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The album does have its moments. ... l/I ... That's the" one released as
I Beck's playing is as strong as ever. The single.
sidemen are really quite good, particularly JIMMY BUFFET Everyone can listen to I
drummer Richard Bailey. On "Diamond playing salt-water and shrimp-boat rock some good music and
." Dust" Martin adds orchestration with laugh together that night. I
excellent results not unlike the memorable "

McLaughlin-Don Serbesky collaboration, f
"Giant Box." The two Stevie Wonder

compositions individually.Most 'come across well taken To do or not to do :

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virtue of its musicianship and polish. The For those of you who are satiated 'with knowledge and wish to put down the
album cannot be called "bad." just, books this weekend music and theater have something to offer you. I
YI. I. redundant a bit too dull despite all the The popular musical "Godspell" is coming for a return performance at the
4. flash and trcnzy.,Those who have followed Great Southern Music Hall this Sunday May 4., There is little need to go into 6
Beck' since his Yardbird days will be details about this well-known adaptation of the Gospel of St. Matthew except the
disappointed in that'' the album never last production (with the same New York company) packed the house a few weeks I
approaches the potential he has exhibitedall ago. If you haven't seen it you should. There is a matinee at 2:30 p.m. and evening t

these years. performance'at 7:30. I
Waiting for Beck is something akin to Moving on. the Florida Players will present a children's theater May 2-4 at the (
awaiting Mr. Godot always the hope Constans Theater,"Once there was. ,An Adventure in make Believe" is com-
and. promise but never the event. Among prised of four children's stories adapted to 'the stage. "The Three Billy?Goats
the current flock of jazz-rock offerings Gr ff' is probably the most'familiaar.. .:Three graduate students have put a lot of
"Blow by Blow" is simply another slick. effort into this so you should'ao experience it and'leave grown-up reality for afchile.
contender. With no new ground being, Also, Biff Rose,'an entertainer,hard to pin down will,be appearing,at the Beef
broken here you may well wish to, invest and Bottle's, Entertainer Lounge through Saturday May 3. Rose plays the piano
hard earned bucks elsewhere. and is known for his dry wit as it comes through his unusual compositions. He
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Alligator CorrespondentThe concentration, but it gives a truer picture of team depth." '
The Lady Gator team took second place 12 strokes back of s ttar+h 2 4 v :

University of Florida women's intercollegiate programhas constant rival Miami-Dado Community College North 'SRC ,
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another State Champion-this time in golf. 'The University of.North Carolina at Greensboro transfer b dR y 3
"From my first day's round of 70 I figured I could win," student won her first tourney as a Lady Gator in Octoberthe -
said 21-year-old Donna Horton, and win she did. Tucker Invitational in Alberquerque. N.M. She followed
Indeed, the lead was never really in doubt after the..5'1". that with a second place in the October Florida State In-
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Lady Gator shot a record setting four-under-par 70 in the first vitational in Alberquerque N.M., She followed that with a e
round of the three-day Women's State Collegiate Golf second place in' the 'October Florida State Invitational. In
Championships at Hollywood Lakes Fla February the Carolinian tied for second with teammate Elaine
f "I FIGURED the rest of the field would have to start Hand in the University of Arizona, Invitational Tucson., The
I s. playing me the second day, and 1 could play my game," said following month Horton. captured the title at''' the Rollins
v I .. the physical education major. Invitational. P fI i:!! 1iil! ,,,,,JI
I:r r < The golfer carded a three-day 70-76.77.223 to set records -BEFORE CQMING to.Florida Horton was the 1973 and ,. photo by ark strin,
galore. Her 3436.70 first round tied a low nine Florida 1974 Carolina Collegiate Champion."It's UPS STATE CHAMP DONNA HORTON
women's collegiate tourney record. The 70 broke a State prestigious winning the Florida Championship. Someof '
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Collegiate low 18-hole., The two-day 146 was a new low 36 the best collegiate golfers in the country are right here in t ,. ,,'.,'J.' ,:,
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total for a Florida State Collegiate and Florida tournament Florida." < .

play. Also, since this was the first year the Championshipused And even though she's a three-time winner this year including National Intercollegiate Women's Golf .Championships -'
the three-day format,'the 223 established the 54-hole the State Championship, the junior is .still 'not will be held in'Tucson Arizona. in June..
reCord."I satisfied ,with her game. She said ,her main concern right now with her.;game;is;
like the three-day format but you miss a lot of school" "There's always room for improvement and I still make too consistency'as she Is coming,off what she considers, slump''
said the Carolina native, adding that she and her teammates many dumb mistakes." before coming to Florida."I .
have to really scramble to get caught up before mid-term HORTON WAS RECENTLY described by a national golf LEARNED to. score well in 'the' slump though" she
exams and the University of Georgia tourney today and magazine as the main competition for defending collegiate explained adding 'W en you're hitting bad you learn to get
Friday. national champ Mary Budke from Oregon State."I up and down."
HORTON AGREED with her teammates and Lady Gator just want to keep playing well," said Horton. "Sure I'd One other thing she has to do is wait. "Yeah, we're all
coach Mimi Ryan that the three-day format is a truer test of, love to win the nationals but the collegiate competition, is waiting for the tournament when out\ entire team plays well-
golf for both the individual. and the team.Florida. tough," she added. let's,hope it's the nationals., 1 "\ *f /M f. ,



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By t\fARKJOIlNSON Hurricanes try to revenge two, and nearly caught baserunner Jim Joiner followed with a Windle Higginbotham put
Alligator Sports Writer, defeats suffered at Perry Field Bowden napping, but he was walk to load the bases but FSU ahead 4.3 with a two-run
last March. able to elude the tag and ,Sammy Rick flied out to left homer to right field in the
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4 Down 8-5 going ''into the dance back to second.SOMEWAY to end the game and give FSUa seventh. The Gators answered
The Gator baseball team' bottom of the "ninth, FSU OR 2.1 series victory following .with a run in the bottom of
came close Wednesday afternoon starting pitcher Larry Jones ANOTHER, the baseball Tuesday's doubleheader split. the inning on a Cortese RBI
:\ but unfortunately walked two batters and, was ended up in the hands of The Gators scored once, in single.
closeness only counts In relieved by Larry'Rothschild Seminole first baseman Bill the first on two errors and
I } horseshoes, hand grenades, with one out. David Bowden Daniel who tagged Shulockas added two in the second when Terry Kennedy slammed a
and H-bombs. 'walked to load the bases and, he led off from first base in Joiner hammered a 2.1 home run in the eighth and
The Gators lost 'to'the 'Jim'Shulock grounded .a,base the old hidden ball trick.The' fastball over the 'right field the Seminoles added :another '
nationally ranked Florida hit to left field as a run scored Seminoles ran off the field in fence with a runner on run for a 6-4, FSU lead.
State.Seminoles. 8-7, but not and the bases remained jubifiation, but an argument second. The Gators tallied once in
III h ,before. the Cardiac Kids gaveit loaded. ensued and the out was finally THE SEMINOLES ',scored the bottom of the inning, but
one of their best battles. 'of Terry Jones hit t a sacrifice nullified after a 10 ,minute twice off UF 'started John the Seminoles racked
\ 'the season., 'fly for the, second'out as John ,delay.The ruling was that,the, ,Chappell,in the third the big Chappell for.three hits and an
1 JOHN CHAPPELL r NOW 20.20 on the. yearfthe Cortese, scored. FSU, right ball had ,to be. put back in hit being .a run-scoring,' error to add 'two more runs
I .., losing pitcher Gators invade Miami this right fielder Steve Tebbetts play after time. out,before a ground 'rule double 'by. and set up the Gators'' ninth.
f I : Saturday'and Sunday ,as.:the threw the ball to second base runner could be picked off.. Guillermo Bonilla. inning.comeback.". "

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Alligator Sports Writer the Gators have another season like the last. The UF
We ve extended grapplers, who went undefeated for the second straight year
Gator wrestling coach Gary Schneider has signed seven had a lot of help from back-up wrestlers when numerous
wrestlers.to scholarships-including three Miamians-to help starters missed meets due to injuries, illnesses, and
I bolster his SEC championship team. ineligibilities.
"I 1 had felt with the experienced personnel coming back But with seven returning starters including one SEC
next year that we probably wouldn't need more than one or two champion and two second place finishers it won't be easy for
recruits to fill the shoes of the graduating seniors," Schneidersaid. the newcomers to break into the lineup.
1 1 "However,we've signed seven outstanding athletes who Below is a list of the signees.
have the ability to help the team out a great deal during the MARK McNITT -118 pounder from Brandon High in
1 1975-76 season.",he added. Tampa who won the Florida State championship this year,
and also won the Junior World Qualifying Tournament in
Tampa.
RESERVE FQRHSIJM JOE RUFFIN-a two-time Florida State champion his
UF
ruggers thirdin sophomore and senior years. Schneider said this 126 pounder
BEFORE MAf 15th probably would have been the first wrestler in Florida to win
three state titles in a row if it wasn't for an injury in his junior
AND SAVE. conferenceThe
year.RICK WOLFSON- from Bellmore Kennedy High N.Y.
AFTER MAY 15th the same school attended by Dan Lubell, the Gators 150
UF Rugby team, which their regular season last pounder who finished second in the SEC's. Wolfson won
became the number three weekend by running over the numberous tournaments, and placed second in the Section
+ team in the SEC's two weeks ,Winter Park Rugby club 32- Eight tournament in N.Y.VICTOR .
ago by downing Alabama and 10. GONZALEZ from Miami Killian High. Is a two-
per month anderbilt{ and losing to Gill Ruderman, who came time Florida state ,champ who won the Junior World
STILL CHEAPER IRAN champion LSU), closed out off the sidelines in the second Championship and received Ail-American honors.
LAST SUMMER after receiving an injury JEFF CUTLER-two-time state champ from Miami
talf first half led all scorers Palmetto who won Junior Qualifying Tournament, and made
only 25 yaids from-ecrmjnrs InlraniuraisToday 11 points by virtue of'a AllAmerican.BILL .
try((4 points),a penalty kick ((3 TERTSCH-from same high school as Gator
individual bedrooms each fraternity must points)and two conversions ((2 heavyweight Mark Totten-Bay Village, Ohio. ,Was a district
turn.1hrri dish washer have a representative at the points apiece). champ and won numerous tournaments.
: draw tor Softball, 220 Fla. j" Also scoring for,the Gator PAUL SCHMIDT-190 pound transfer from Nassau
shag carpeting Gym,,4 p.m. [Ruggers were Bill Roberts ((2 Community College N.Y.who didn't begin wrestling until his
Friday is the deadline for ries), Tom Houle and Dan senior year in high school. Finished fourth in the Junior
J..o takmq loll reservations now. signing up for ,Sorority carter(a try apiece), and Pete College national tournament and 'received AllAmericanstatus.
Swimming and Men's Newfield with a penalty and .
Dormitory Softball. Contactthe conversion kick. PAUL BRUNS-another transfer from Brockport State
the place 1M office 229 Fla. Gym, The UF Rugby 'B'team did University in N.Y. who took a third in the nationals in '74.
392-0581. not fair as well as they lost to Won't be eligible ,until Jan. I. .
The finals tor Fraternity the Brevard County Rugby Schneider,'who said this group has been the best recruits
1231 S.W. 3rd Ave. Swimming have been post- club by a 20-3 score with Jeff he's signed added that two or three have a good shot at
poned until Monday, 7 p.m. Winepol adding the only breaking into the line-up, but at this point he doesn't know
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year's squad;head coach Bill After the unraveling of this ANDERSON CAME-down, I L ,,
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Vin Perella. captain of the also. It is too early, however,
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this way. At this speed I feel you work eve'i'i'

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life. It dawned on me there was not much I could do If
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cut.Why men box professionally must come from within ''The thing about boxing people don't understand, Ellis took ,a dislike to me. It reminds one of the

for t there are easier ways to make a living. Why that they will never know, is how it feels. When security,of the rule of law. Should society ever return
others like to watch them fight must come from the you're in the ring, you're in a special world. It's just to the basics of brute strength, men like this would

t same place. There seems to be a dark streak in all of you and the other guy. Those fans screamin' for youto rule.
us, a collective urge toward death, which causes us, kill the guy man you don't listen to them; you There was an air of tension and expectancy in the
almost by instinct, to seek violence in our sports, in the don't even hear them." crowd during the preliminary bouts between the

films we watch, in our politics, and even in our music. Ellis' promoter, a,used car salesman, sits down at amateurs which preceded Ellis' match. Boxing can'bea '
Ellis started fighting on the streets of New York's the table with his fighter and talks of the future. In the brutal and even perverse exercise. The fighterswere
east side. He fought Golden Gloves in Madison works is a growing network of boxing clubs in Florida from around north of Florida, some of them

Square Gardens at 16,turned pro and met a variety of cities. In the old days it was called "club fighting." fighting for the first time.
opponents thoughout the South. His biggest fight was Each locality had its heavyweights who were pitted A spectator profile might be blue collar member of
in 1971 against the Jamaican champion in Miami. He against the favorites of other cities. This grass roots the working class with conservative beliefs who is
retired two years later and began his effortsto competition was a training ground for young fighters.In comfortable in a rural setting. A redneck. When
become Gainesville officer. He Florida some of the mismatched fights became sadistic, they
police
a graduates boxing is generally run by the same men
with the next class from the police academy.And who promote professional wrestling, ''although they cheered for even more damage. It Is arrogant '
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He will
now a never pains to show there is no comparison.Ellis .
be Muhammed All. Yet he that '"Dammit, we like to see people get their ass
I a is a fighter of astounding is being groomed as the Gainesville champ.The kicked."
power who has trained his body to kill since youth. promoter makes a joke about the sex life of
." Such a capacity as his could end the lives of a dozen fighters, then piously reminds Ellis of his duty to They were shouting and hooting and from the press
. men before he even raised a sweat. When he hits the abstain. Ellis nods his head, smiling. 'That's right, table at ringside I felt the emotional charge of their
bag it lumps. Jim. Two, three weeks before fight you don't touch desire pour into the ring. It's hard not to get caught up
In it and for blood
After the workout, we go into the house. He offers nothin'no fooling'around. It drains your strength, yell yourself.
There well-dressed well-built seatedat
the best chair and pours the water. The size of his it's been proven by tests." was a woman
body is striking in the small! kitchen. His wife Betty, an Betty is blushing against the refrigerator door and ringside next to an ordinary looking man. She
seemed amused at the viciousness of the lightweight
attractive woman with soft brown skin, brings the says, "Oee Bobby, you better hush that kind of talk." \
if she bunch of
fighters as 'watching
were a
glasses and then leans ,against the refrigerator
'mate in She seated six
monkeys
a zoo cage. was .
watching him. He had not'had much to say before' The night of the fight at Eastside High School:gym feet from the ropes in ,the front row. The floor of the
but with the run in,wmrnjorj we are able to talk. Ellis looked different. ,He walked with a threatening ring was elevated about four feet off the ground.

""I fight because I love it. I really,do. Once you get tenseness in his manner the way an angry lion might When Ellis began his walk from the dressing room,

into boxing you can't quit. It gets in your blood. It goto walk. His parts made a big whole. One had to through the crowd to the ring, she, like everyone else
1 couldn't", even watch a fight on TV anymore I become accustomed 'to hands the size of baseball
missed it so much. The time I spend working out now gloves and his towering'"eight.. His presence was (see page sixteen)



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When faith like that is released I"in" mass, it's' like a you 4 4a 1//

twisted nuclear and explosion contorted of raw in dance.emotion Their: The song people resemblesthat are down the street if you, are going to meet. a# ti ti'r

of a tribal chant, a chant of ecstasy and pain at '
the same time. some raving maniac that's .fall of dopeor

When the emotional fallout settles upon these '
Communism that's the
people no socially restrictive barriers remain. They gonna pull
scream for God d and Jesus, and they scream until
top of head off'or pull your heart l
words no longer come out. Their eye sockets grow your .
very deep and they,wipe the beaded sweat from their
black foreheads. They understand the fire and out. Knives are stuck in the hearts of --,4', 4
brimstone their faith has left them obligated and
they acknowledge it.A it. human beings because they have f, '' 1 ,
revival leaves breathless. It Itis .
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clean, cool water. You have butterflies in your '
stomach as you take that step off the cliff, and when
you walk into a'revival for the first time it's' the same
kind of sensation. Even those with no religious;)
feelings are shaken at the energy ignited by this faith. 0'',' rrer, ,.
But after'.. four hours of singing and preaching, ;' j
healing and miracles, you find that you're wiping the a :''J
sweat off your own forehead, whether your religious i '.. k' .
views have changed I not. You even feel good. M a
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Sometimes it's just a good feeling being around 'I
people who really believe in something. There are so, ... ': ; .
many apathetic slugs, feelingless and Uncaring, that ,
it's as refreshing:- as that clean, cool water when you fIp. .
meet pe t le who have trust in anything-and Juring f... < ..r" I.;. '. .

a revival, these people trust everything.As 1'' .
they enter the tent for the evening sermon.and
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traditional church assemblies. There is no silent, ;. ./ .,.. .1.. .!J:t
solemn march to the pews with morbid organ music'.
playing in the background. The revival people have a ; .

good time coming into' church. .. ". ""
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ease except this evening's'( preacher. "t
The Rev. G.W, Delatte, a stocky, stern-faced'man .,e""";,;,, '.
from Louisiana, sits motionless on the stage as the.' 1.a ,
musicians! girate to the beat .moving faster and .
faster. Delatte Is'one of the only white faces In the t

crowd., As the/ gospel tune ends, he slowly gets'up r. a..
and.takes the microphone out of the stand. The tent is
c completely: hushed.,, The smiles are gone. The : "'""" .. Qa V. J '0'J

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"'let's.' give Jesus a great big hand,/' he says as his ': ''.' ';'. ,

voice booms out of two speakers on the side of' the "i.. .. ... ..I.-.o'". ...
stage., The people are smiling again and the tent \. ".
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away with his finger.All that God has to do is blow his
'breath across the world tonight and everything wouldbe
gone tomorrow."
His voice rises and his fist t is clenched as he lifts it
into the air.
"You never get too-big that God can't bring you
down. You never get, too high that God can't bring
you down.t: I honor) Mr. Ford as my President but let
me tell you something I'm not looking for him to
bring peace, It's up to God. God has more power
than the President tonight."
Delatte is sweating passionately. His eyes are wild,
his complexion red and some of his words slurr. R 34i
together.
"When I was a child! ,mom and dad said 'stay away
from strange dogs,they may be mad.! Very rarely do
you hear of mad dogs anymore, but there isa
madness that has crept into the minds and hearts of
human beings. You just don't know when you walk >
down the street if you are going to, meet some raving t
maniac that's full of dope or Communism, that's
gonna pull the top of your head off or pull your heart
out. Knives are stuck in the hearts of human beings b
because they have forgotten God." -,
Delatte's audience is disquieted. A few mouths shakin' a preacher's hand would make you a noticeably dfairted from mental exhaustion.Then .
make the motion to say "PraiserGod"."Thank you, Christian." the healing session begins and enthusiasm
s' Jesus," but the rest just stare'in awe. The fresh smellof Delatte speaks with such powerful conviction Is revitalized and the revival becomes a festival of
after shave lotion and perfume has been replacedby mainly because of an event in his life that happenednine fever and turmoil. An intensive black preacher,
the locker-room odor of sweat. years ago In a Houston motel room. pastor Curtis Lake, performs the seething, convulsive
His voice is lower now, and more calm. "I 1 was getting ready for the morning service and I service of healing.The .
"I 1 know some of you folks are not used to this kinda had a heart attack. I.was laying in bed and betweenthe 'band is fired up into* a gospel rhythm, but the
preachln', but,if you believe there is God, then it Is hours of 3:30: and 4 that afternoon a man in a long pulse is dominated by the drummer pounding out a
your duty! to serve him. If just shakin' the preacher'shand white robe walked into the room. I've been preach quick pace parade beat.
would make you a Christian, or putting your twice a day, every day since then." '1 make 'em get the caln'helpitsshouts Emily'as
name on the church roll would make you a Christian, When the sermon is finished, an unconscious sigh is she beats her snare drum with piston-like repetition."'
then I could go into a barn and shake a donkey's tail released throughout the tent. The emotional assault "After a while, ya just don't know what's movln' ya.."
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story by bob morris more robberies; women, 128.6 per cent more.,Men and more aggressive.
assaulted 51.9 per cent more people; women 123.3 '1 ,think our increase here can be tied in'partly with
art by aide fry per cent more. the women's lib movement," she said.
/in Florida, women criminals have been keeping But trying to pin down the exact reasons for the
There's nothing new about Women in crime. From right up with the national averages. According to boom in women's crime is a difficult chore and one
the time of Eve (as in Evil), the fabled Medusa,. righton Florida Department of Law Enforcement figures, that has set off many a heated debate in both
up to Ma Barker and her boys, women' have been women tallied 13,087 arrests for "serious" crime in criminology and feminist groups. Explanations rangeall
hustling a piece of the criminal action and aiming for 1974- a 42 per cent increase over the 9,235 arrestedin the way from the increased use of drugs to a
bad-ass parity with men. Mention the word "spy" and 1972..In 1971 women accounted for'20.8 per cent, general relaxation of social inhibitions by AmericansIn
the name of Mata Hari immediately pops up. Talk about one out of every five, of the arrests for serious .recent years.
about death by poisoning and Lucrezia Borgia enters crime in Florida. By 1974 the rate increased to one out
the scene. And face it, when it comes to corruption, of every four,arrests or 25.8 per cent of the ,total. The Some researchers have attempted to Identify'
Nixon didn't pull off anything that would have biggest increase was in robberies; Between 1971 and physical traits, such as body sizes, which may lead to
shocked Marie Antoinette, Bonnie Parker or, for that 1973, Florida men were arrested for 22 per cent more aggressiveness. For example, researchers at the
matter, Patty Hearst.. robberies, the women '117 (per cent'' more. University of California at Los Angeles recently
As for that committingmore proposed a study to determine the relation between
reports women are now Not only are more women being arrested, but more
crimes than ever before, what could be better are being,convicted and going to prison. In federal "violence prone" women and menstrual cycles. The
proof of the 'fact than) the real, mirror of trends prisons alone the number of female inmates has gone psychological explanations for deviance In women
television? In recent episodes, Barnaby Jones, Kojak, up 87 per cent in. the last five years. At the Florida always have, been linked to sex. Freud saw rebellion
the Police Woman and yes, even Columbo, have had Correctional Institution (FCI) at Lowell, the state's only in.women as a failure to develop ''heaithyfeminine
their hands full with all sorts of women criminals from prison for women: the influx of prisoners has been so attitudes." By the same token, the simmering con
cold-blooded murderesses to brazen, big-time bank rapid, up 21.6 per cent between August 1974 and I troversy over the possible connection with the
robbers. Or is that robberesses? .t January 1975, that the -:: facility has become women's, !:, drive. i in"the U.S. for eq allty.of'i jhe{ sexes
At any rate, if it takes the hard facts fo make you dangerously overcrowded. The normal quota for .the also enters'the debate. Backers of the"women's lib"
believe that women's crime Is on the upswing, then institution is 326 inmates. On Jan 27,1975 there were theory point out that the rates of arrest for women are
'" cop a look at the Federal Bureau of Investigation's) 456 inmates, well above the "crisis"quota of 376. lowest In those societies in which women are most
1973 Uniform Crime Report. Between 1960 and 1973, a "We just move the beds closer together," said Linda closely supervised, and highest in those where
time when total male arrests rose by a modest 27.8 Andrews, classification supervisor at FCI. Although women have the greatest equality with men. Other
cent.total' female cwrests-rose J5.3.pe.cent.The., believe the.increases .related.to. the ...
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I for women's crime, with Bonnie Parker, Ma Barker et for any
during the Depression of the ..193O's.But Women strongly rebut the relation. almost 40 per cent, with 20 per cent of the inmates
ol, came "Any connection in the rise in women arrested for
describing themselves as "heavy users" of narcotics.
I inability I of most observers ,
despite.jhe: to crimes'and
put major liber '
t the women's\:? tio'movem' n\\ Correspondingly, narcotic arrests for women in the
fingers on .any single cause, all agree thatwomen's is incredible," she. .
their said. "There Is nothing ;in' the "
Is U.S. increased by a whopping 1 1,032 per cent between '
[ crime surging upward at an un- movement '
.that'encourages women to go out and 1965 and 1973.:
precedented rate. '. commit crimes.""
T.P. Jones, chief of planning! and research for the Lt.Sue Moody,who has worked
of Corrections, said seem'tobe at FCI for 17 years Another trend in women's crime focuses on the
Florida Division women and is now a shift supervisor,said, she has witnessed a increasing tendency for women to commit robberiesand
closing the crime gap'with men, especially In, the marked
change in women inmates the
over years. thefts without the aid of a male companion. The
area of, violent crimes. "Back when I f first started here; in 19$8, the inmates fact that women seem to be engaging in more "solos"is
"What we are observing is more women being m'atu;;
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were more They seemed older and more for that aiming for crime'
proof women are
.arrested for serious and violent crimes., ,In most cases :dependable,",she said.."Now.Ihey are younger and with many
equality men.
they are accelerating at higher rates than before and their outlook on life is much different. They are just .
beginning to stand toe-to-toe with men,"he said. bolder and braver." 1'm not going to point my finger( at women's lib
ore and that is what this change; said Sgt.,
causing
"But, it is hard to say, with any expertise or validity, Statistics reinforce Moody's observations on age say '
Don Dean of the Gainesville Police Deaprtment. "But
what is causing this trend. I would thatit
exactly assume t. ,changes and show that the "average"female inmateIn
:something .is ,turning things around. I had never
the women's lib thing and the economicsituation
is probably combined.! J I ,FCI is now a great deal younger than a decade ago. heard of a woman committing armed robbery, on her

In 1973,the median age for women at FCI was 24, the own around here before last year. Then we had two ,
same as for' men in Florida institutions. In, 1960, robberies pulled by women with no evidence of male
The Commission/ 'however, the median for women was almost '30, have that women showing
report of the U.S. on Violence in help. I would to say are
while most men fell into the 25-26 year old category. dominance and in crime.."
1972 hinted that women may become more"Involved' more authority
Moody said more and more inmates seem to be But,there : by Lt.
in crime as they achieve social roles comparable to are whodisagree.Observations!
men. "living on the pleasure principle. Moody at FCI tend to shoot holes through theories that

"The trend in violence by women .is 'definitely "The new inmates seem to be coming here with t, point to more liberation for women in crime. In fact,

upward," the report said. "And, the rate',may be more drug and alchohol problems than ever before. Moody says she has seen very little of the woman whois
accelerated as women become emancipated from We've always had this problem to a degree, but not the leader or who commits crimes on her own
traditional female role requirements:" like it is now,"she, said. without a man having led her or forced her into it..

For some feminists this trend is taken as a hear- Drug use has increased startlingly among Florida's "I've heard all of their stories. You can ask them
tening sign that ,the "rage" and frustration experienced female prisoners and is one of the factors experts why they did it and it's usually because some man I let t
by women is being translated: into some 'point to as multiplying the effects of social change. In them down emotionally or talked them into it. That's

kind of action. But, many women leaders, like (Kathy 1967 only 4.8 pe'r cent of the inmates at FCI admitted something that hasn't changed a bit/' she said. "IPR.EIEKTB


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j :. leaned.'forward In her chair for a ;better; gook.' ,Ellis ropes directly in front of.the woman. Ellis had him over her. She was no longer fearful, instead she sat )nan
1 looked awesome. His arm muscles were thick and .pinned and was pounding away. almost hypnotic trance. Her glazed eyes followed'
'well-defined. His chest was wIde and shiny with The woman's face blushed a deep red and her Ellis' body around the ring., .
sweat: and he carried} a roll of fat across his middle. facial muscles were stretched in terror. The men Between rounds she smiled laughingly and chatted
_-.,._ lejs knownas slugger with quick hands.. :..- towered .over. her Jike angry gods battling on. a .expressively wlth.her, friend. in.a relief. of,tension., .
',. He was to fight Roy Alexander, a man as tall as Ellis mountaintop, their grunting' bodies jutting out over The red glow did not leave her face.The ..
but not as fearsome looking. It appeared to be a the ring ropes. She shrieked and put her hands to her action never picked up. Ellis was tired of
mismatch as the two men came together at the center face. Looking up at ,the ring she was shaking and chasing his opponent, who was fearful of testing. his
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