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:'' The? Independent ," FRIDAY House rejects

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By STUART EMMRICH :

d Alligator Staff Writer .'

A $200,000 special allocation for the UF law school, one of
UF President Robert Q. Marston's top priorities in next year's
budget, has been rejected by the House Appropriations.
Committee.
The budget approved by the committee and scheduled to
come before the full House Tuesday, although increased by
$15.4: million, does not include_ any funds for the special
graduate program.
UF OFFICIALS SAY however, that they hope the programwill
k still be funded, either through increased allocations by
the state Senate or the lump sum funding flexibility expectedfor
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w s p .pr .AS tt Pi y .r.a. vs Ib next year. t
The special program, already operation this 'year, includes
a graduate! tax program, a legal ethics course and
curriculum, restructuring.Law .
College Dean Joseph R. Julin said Thursday he was
disappointed at the committee action, but added he still
hoped UF,' if it receives the lump sum flexibility and the
additional $15.4 million,would provide the money to keep the
.
- program going. .
"ITS: A MATTER of the university being willing to
maintain a top quality law school," Julin explained.
Julin said the law school had "been assured that UF will
continue to support this program," but said he recognized it
might be difficult, to do so without an increase in funds. '
The program involves five faculty positions, three
professional librarians and six support personnel.
ROBERT BRYAN, interim vice president for academic
affairs, said he would have to "wait and see" what action the
legislature takes before a decision is made to continue the
program.If .
photo by John moron no special funds are appropriated for the program, Bryan
The whimsy and excitement of youth is captured by adapted 'for stage. said he would have to make up the loss in an already tight
.I the Florida Players in their presentation' of "Once, Showings of the play"at the Constans Theatre will general education budget.
There Was. .,.An Adventure in Make-believe." be Friday, Saturday, annd Sunday at 2 p.m. with an. '
The production- will consist of four. fairy tales extra showing Saturday at 10 a.m. (See 'Funding, page four) .. ,


I Marijuana home-growing, smoking law proposed II


t By BRIAN JONES unlikely. cent for simple possession. Gordon estimated each case cost
Alligator Tallahassee BureauA GORDON SAID the proposal's,main advantage, will betaking the state about $1,000 from arrest to trial.
proposed law to permit growing and smoking marijuanain the profit out of illicit drug-dealing and allowing law As of Sept.30,1974, there were 1,728 persons on probationor
the home was unveiled Thursday in the Florida Senate. enforcement agencies to focus more ,time and money on parole for possession, at a cost to the state of about
Sen.Jack Gordon, D-Miami Beach, announced his"Act to violent crime. $520,000 a year, Gordon said.
assist self-help mental health" in a morning press conferenceat "When you see the police busting people who are hauling in ALTHOUGH THE Division of,Corrections does not keep
the Capitol. tons(of marijuana)at a time, you know there's an economy.in statistics on marijuana offenders in prison, 810 persons were
t "THIS IS A LAW and order bill" Gordon said, "It will it," Gordon said. .behind ban for all drug-related convictions in 1972. \t r
have a serious positive effect: on law enforcement and young Despite his interest in marijuana reform, Gordon said he Limiting the number of household cannabis plants to five
people's attitude'toward our criminal justice system." has never tried smoking it. was "arbitrary: Gordon said, and the bill J could be amended
The bill would allow cultivation and consumption of Up to CITING A ONE-THIRD .reduction of court cases in "if expert testimony shows that three or two is better." ,
five cannabis plants in each household. Oregon the only state which has decriminalized possession of State Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville, said he is "totally
.But Gordon said he "did not know" if his bill had any cannabis. Gordon said his home-growing act would save opposed" to allowing marijuana to be grown and consumed in
chance of passing the senate, and the two senators money for Florida's criminal justice system.In '
representing Alachua County ,said, they think passage is 1973 there were 22,681 marijuana-related. arrests 89 per (See 'Pot, page five)
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Heavy rainhail hit city .

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: ; By DEBBIE IBERT
:- Alligator Staff Writer

A sudden thunderstorm battered umbrellas and 'flooded .'!J.. ___ s.N .
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:streets Thursday afternoon a heavy, a
,; : noisy barrage of hail. ''M
; Pebble-sized pieces of ice hurtled out of a dark sky around
3 p.m.yesterday and bombarded Gainesville for more than IS F .
minutes before subsiding.
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chunks of ice, UF physics and astrology professor Dr;,Alex ..
Green said hailstorms are "not necessarily unusual"] for a "'-
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summer when most violent. atmospheric, activity occurs" ., ; .:. .
Green said. ., "
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t: chance" when large clouds.. 'heavily-laden with moisture,
reach altitudes high enough to freeze ran,droplets, he 'explained
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House kills Viet human aid bill



WASHINGTON .(UPI) In an action would have given the President authority to statement before deciding whether to call up
President Ford called unworthy of a people use American forces in helping to evacuate an earlier version of the bill and request a new

symbolized by the Statue of Liberty, the South Vietnamese civilians. conference commmittee to compromise .
House Thursday defeated a bill authorizing The bill was written, and passed by the differences with the Senate version,or draft an

$337 million in humanitarian aid and Senate, before the collapse of the Saigon entirely new bill authorizing financial

evacuation' costs for South Vietnamese government and the use of U.S. Marines to assistance alone. y1 x. b .. ko.u
refugees. help evacuate remaining American citizens They told reporters they believed a bill
and an estimated 56,000 South Vietnamesefrom devoted only to refugee assistance could be
This action does not reflect the values we
the beleaguered capital., enacted in ''a single day.
cherish as a nation immigrants.Ford said ina Ford acknowledged the House oppositionto President Ford promised he would not sendin
statement. "It is not worthy of a people who
the authority for the use of troops, but said, troops ,in a letter he sent the HouseThursday
has lived by the philosophy" symbolized in the "the evacuation is complete, and the people morning as part of a last-ditch

Statue of Liberty. who fled South Vietnam "do not ask that we effort to save the bill which was all that

The House defeated the $337-million aid be their keepers but only for a time, that we remained of his request for $750 million in PRESIDENT FORD

bill on a 246.162 vote after a spirited hour- be their helpers." military and humanitarian assistance last aId turndown is unworthy for Americans

long debate centering on a clause which House leaders had awaited the President's month.



I U.S. reaction mixed to refugeesUPI [friday//



( ) Many Americans, remembering their country's makeshift camp at the huge Marine Corps base and left for capsuleUS

heritage as a haven for homeless exiles, Thursday warmed to homes across the country.
the plight of the thousands of Vietnamese refugees arriving in Hundreds of the refugees were being housed 40 persons to

the land behind "the golden door." a quonset hut, in a vacant training center that lies across a

But others asked, "Why are they coming here?"' rolling, scrub-covered: plain only a few miles inland from the troops will

The flow of refugees into Camp Pendleton, Calif., passedthe Pacific Ocean.It .
5,000 mark Thursday, with, another 1,500 expected before is the! first of three such centers at Camp Pendleton. in
nightfall. what has been named "Operation New Horizons. leave ThailandBANGKOK
More than 1,300 wives, children and in-laws o( All of the expected 60,000 to 70,000 refugees will be routed

Americans already have been processed through the] through the base. After processing, they will be passed on to
the two other centers Ft.: Chaffee, Ark., where the first (UPI)-Thailand the U.S. will announce

group was scheduled to arrive Friday, and Eglin Air Force Monday massive American"troop Withdrawal from Thailandin

Zumwalt : Nixon Base, Fla.,where the first group was to arrive Saturday.The the wake of the Indochina surrender, officials of both

refugees faced a mixed reception.In countries said Thursday. .
Barlow, Ark., near Ft. Chaffee, Mrs. Johnnie Calhoun A U.S. Embassy spokesman said the withdrawal plan I

made Viet dealUPI said she and some of her neighbors will be out with protest would be announced, simultaneously in Washington and I

signs when the first contingent of refugees arrives. Bangkok but declined to discuss details.

"They say it's a lot colder here than it is in Vietnam," she "The amount will be enormous and will surprise a lot of '
( ) The Nixon Administration promised South said. "With a little luck, maybe they'll take pneumonia and people, Thai Foreign Minister Chartchal Choonhavan told
Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu without in- ,die." reporters. But he also declined to give details of the Im-

forming Congress that it would respond vigorously to any In Niceville, Fla., near Eglin, restaurant cook Bob pending pullout of men_ and planes.
Communist violation of the peace agreement, retired Adm. Whitfield, musing about the recession and the area's high About 350 U.S. ,military aircraft, including 17 BS2

Elmo Zumwalt said Thursday. unemployment rate, said,."Everybody is thinking, 'why are bombers, and 25,000 American GIs remain on four military
At the same time Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash., urged they coming here?' bases in Thailand in addition to a secret communicationsbase

that Congress investigate commitments to the Thieu Others, however, extended the hand of welcome and a 700-men advisory force with the Thai army.

government, and that the Ford Administration, provide all "There's been a great (community) outpouring of offers of The new civilian Thai government is seeking their complete
documents dealing with that subject. assistance," said a Ft. Chaffee Information Officer. "My withdrawal within 12 months but many military and civil
Zumwalt former Chief of Naval Operations, told UPI's office alone has had dozens of calls with offers of clothing, officials here are known to favor some continuing ties with the
Steven Colford in an interview in Richmond, Va., that "
food, toys and games; and offers of peoples' time to assist. U.S.
President Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger told him and

other top military officials about the agreement in late 1972.

"The Nixon-Kissinger Administration must bear a large San Francisco doctors on strikeimmediate I
share of the blame for the fact that Congress failed to honor

those commitments that had been made in the name of the
country," Zumwalt said., SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Anesthetists boycotted attention, .advising callers to seek attention at

"A commitment could not be considered a national operating rooms and surgeons laid down their scalpels here public and university hospitals not directlly, affected by the

commitment without the support of the Congressional Thursday in a mounting national protest by doctors against walkout.
skyrocketing malpractice,insurance rates.
leadership. Most of the'200 anesthetists in the San Francisco
area were
Zumwalt's disclosure followed a former South Vietnamese The strike had an immediate impact on the sick and infirm.
cabinet member's release in Washington Wednesday of two Cancer surgery and giving birth did not qualify as "extreme not working except in emergency cases. A number of other
physicians also involved in the
were
letters Nixon sent to Thieu just before the signing of the 1973 emergencies" could ,not get anesthetist services. protest.

,peace accords in which he pledged "swift and severe Hospitals limited admissions to emergency cases and began Officials said the strike was bound to have a growing

retaliatory action" ,against any Communist truce violation. laying off scores of operating room aides, nurses and other impact on medical care in the area. John Ogden, spokesmanfor

Responding to the developments.Jackson urged in a Senate personnel.The the Northern California Council of Hospitals said a checkof
speech that Congress investigate what he called the, "Secret San Francisco Medical Society activated a referal 30 hospitals indicated all were limiting admissions to
Commitments." service it said would assure medical care for anyone needing emergency patients.


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DEBBIE IBERT When first drawn up, it was estimated the taxes. middle income taxpayers" who are strugglingto
Alligator Staff Writer tax deductions would cost the country $700 The bill proposes: finance a higher education in the midst of
College expenses could become a tax million in lost revenue, Walker explained. A 100 PER CENT federal tax credit on soaring costs, 'Walker explained.
deductible item next year if Congress decidesthe "THAT'S A FAIRLY low figure since the first $300 per year spent by the student on' :1. Tuition rates have climbed 34 per cent at
tax break Is worth the money it will cost in the bill would involve over 10 million students fees and.supplies. public college, and 50 per cent at private
lost revenue. nationwide: she added. A 50 per cent credit when expenses go institutions between 1958 and 1968. ac-
Tuition' registration fees, books and The U.S. Treasury Department, however, from $300 to $600. cording to the bill's author. Anthony Mark
supplies paid for by college students or their estimated the cost of the tax credits to be,$3 And a 10 per cent deduction on expenses Ruprecht. .
parents*would become tax deductible on a billion, which Walker said would be"way too from $600 to $1,000.TAXPAYERS RUPRECHT, a. professor at Nebraska
graduated scale giving lower and middle expensive. WOULD not be allowed to Wesleyan University,. is, the chairman of the
income taxpayers a bigger break. The House Ways and Means Committee is deduct more than $1,000 :worth of college National Committee for Tax Deduction of
INTRODUCED BY Rep. Charles Thone now conducting a cost-estimate study on the expenses per year. Whether expenses would Tuition Fees.
R-Nebraska the bill lets taxpayers deduct up proposal, she said. have to be itemized separately is a matter of Some college expenses however, would not
to $1,000 worth of higher education expensesper WHEN HE INTRODUCED the bill in interpretation which the Ways and Means be deductible under the bill meals,
year. It would allow a maximum tax creditof March, Thone called the tax credits "ex- Committee will decide on, Walker said. lodging and personal living expenses.
$490 off yearly Income tax returns. ceedingly modest in view of the cost" of If both the student and parent pay a Because scholarships fellowships and
One thing blocking the bill's passage, higher education. significant portion of tuition or supplies, the veteran's benefits are deductible under other
according to Thone's legislative aide. Linda Under the bill, students or their parents bill would allow each to make deductions only bills, Walker said students can not claim tax
Walker, is uncertainty about how much it.will would be allowed to deduct college expenses for those expenses they paid for Individually credit for expenses paid for by these type of
'and figure out the credit ,on their income' Both students and parents could not claim tax grants.
credit for the,same expense item. ALSO, THE DEDUCTIONS can not be
cost.Status Built into the bill.is a provision that gives applied toward tuition for non-credit: courses.A .
of women less tax credit, as incomes go up so that final provision in the bill states that taxpayers -
group .persons earning more than $20,000 per year can not get a rebate.: or money back .,
would receive lower deductions. Those with -:if the amount of the credit'they claim
incomes over $44,500 could not claim any tax exceeds the amount of tax they have to pay.
bocks faculty plan credits at aU.twOTHIRDS. Walker said she is hopeful the biD will fan-
pay OF the benefits would go well in Congress because it already has 16 co-
to taxpayers earning less than $15,000 a year sponson, but added that the cost: of the
By JANET PARK IF USED: TIlE 'printout will, be studied those who "pay most of the taxes in this proposal will have to be known before it gets
Alligator Staff Writer case-by-case providing the personal 'approach -. nation," according: to Thone. serious consideration in the House Ways and
The President's Committee on the status of of counterparting, but will be backedup The bill is "aimed at assisting lower and Means Committee.
Women voted 'Thursday to support a by use of statistical formulas.
"modified plan" for salary' equalization of The disadvantage of the counterpartingsystem
male and female faculty'members. according to former interim affirmative
The modified plan, suggested by new affirmative action coordinator Dr. Dorothy UF student critical following foil I
action coordinator James Allison, Nevill, is "a lot of the burden still falls on
would require a departmental printout of women to participate." A UF student is in critical condition in ,She hit the ground face first, he added.'
employes, listing the degree experience, rank Any female faculty member in the W.T.Shands Teaching Hospital after falling Garcia suffered a head injury and a
and length of time in rank for use in com- Education and General Budget is eligible to from a Tolbert hall window ledge Wednesday! fractured right leg David Beard. Shands
parison.. participate, but it is her responsibility to seek night. information specialist said.
'twO PLANS HAD previously been out the man she feels is her academic equal. Marcia Garcia, 4JM, was taken to Shtnds Witnesses said Garcia had climbed onto
suggested for this spring's comparison. ALLISON REFERRED to the printout as by an ambulance after falling approximately the ledge once before but returned to the.
Counterparting the first method involves a "a check and balance" to the statistical 20 feet from the second story ledge., room unharmed Shuler said.
woman selecting a man in her department she method.. Garcia fell from the ledge while "practicingballet When Garcia stepped out onto the ledge a
feels is' her '"academic equal" in terms 'of As used at the Massachusetts Institute of movements,"Jim Shuler UPD Public second time she"apparently, tripped" and fell
degree experience, teaching duties and Technology, where Allison was Affirmative Information Officer said. off the ledge, he said
publication record. Action Coordinator, when lowsalariedSee Garcia reportedly drank between "five to Corporal R. Willis, the officer who
The second method involves adding dollar six cups of wine" and "was'feeling carefree," responded to the call found Garcia "tying
amounts to a base salary for the several ( 'Salaries' page seven) according to witnesses at the scene Shuler fare down and bleeding from the nose and
factors, influencing academic equality. said. mouth," Shuler said.



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( HARLEY CALLED the city's acquisition the Hotel

I LINDA WISNIEWSKI Staff Writer Thomas for extra office space "a mistake.The city does not
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need the space, he said.

Wayne Harley, a 28-year-old UF psychology senior, said he. The Harley city said could a balanced rent office space dget could downtown be achieved Harley through said.
Utilities i
supports eliminating taxes and selling the Regional .
in city expenditures.HARLEY'S
Board RUB is elected city com 14 per cent cut
( ) to private business. if he of
missioner. ANSWER to the problem lowering the city'shigh
includes selling RUB to private business.
Harley, running as a libertarian candidate in group one utility rates
down if private businesses
would
Utility rates come were
said the government should be financed through private
contributions rather than taxes. allowed to compete among themselves for customers, Harley

THE MOST important issue in the commission race said.The
balancing the city's budget Harley said. city's ordinance banning liquor sales on Sunday shouldbe

The city can cut its approximately $2.2 million budget repealed. Harley said.
deficit by cancelling both the proposed construction of a S2 HARLEY compared the present liquor ordinance "to "a law
million recreation center in northeast-Gainesville and the $1 that says a person can't use green yo-yos on Tuesday.
million'renovation. of Hotel Thomas on NE 6th Avenue, he In the group one race for the city commission, Harley is the
said. only candidate that is against unification, or creation of a

"I don't think the community center is a bad thing but I county-wide government.
--- see no reason to raise taxes in the community to build the "Consolidation is a way to force the people of the county to
photo by lorry groumon center," Harley said, adding that as a libertarian he believes pay for services they don't want." Harley said adding consolidation .
I WAYNE HARLEY private enterprise, rather than city government, should would also increase the tax power of the unified

libertarian candidate build a center if the public decided one is needed. government.HARLEY.
EXPLAINED that one of the services people

might have to pay for,but do not want is sewage service."A .
I Linzmayer : Build fire station lot of people have their own sewer system and use septic
"
tanks rather than the city's sewage system, Harley said.

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI If the government was consolidated, all citizens would have

Alligator Staff Writer to use the same system, forcing people to pay. for higher-

... ... ... priced sewage service, he said.
''' '. INCREASED USE of the city's
Retail meat merchant George Unzmayer III has called the .' sewage system will
Hotel Thomas a "termite-eaten, rat-infested home for the ..1:1. ,. !. "overload" "the system which is presently "operating at
homing pidgeons" and'said the hotel's renovation project .. : : "around 150 per cent of its carrying capacity, Harley said.
should be scrapped in favor of constructing a new fire stationat ":. < City funds should not be used to redevelop downtown

the airport. Gainesville either, Harley.said.
'":. "Any redevelopment that is done should be done by private
The life-long Gainesville resident, running for the group
one seat* said money.for a new airport fire 'station should be ..4 business,",he said.
allocated instead of money for the Hotel Thomas renovation The city should not have to "tear down small, privately

project because the city must have'a fire station to meet owned businesses much of the black community frequents
.federal regulations next year. just to build a big monument," Harley said, referring to the
THE CITY'S budget could be balanced through the proposed judicial building which is part of the redevelopment

cancellation of the Hotel Thomas renovation project and the project.
postponement of the construction of the northeast recreation GEORGE UNZAAAYER photo III by lorry grossman The city should "use a building that i is already there" if the
city needs a new judicial building, he said.
center until the, "economic crunch subsides" and more
life-long Gainesville resident
studies can be made on the proposed location of the center,

Linzmayer said.Unzmayer Little hBy otel build
said he does not "oppose recreation" but said he : Renovate centerHOWEVER

does oppose the site of the northeast center, calling it a "no
growth area." LINDA,WISNIEWSKI Little said there are "inequities" in sewer

"Northeast Gainesville can't grow across the street (of Alligator Staff Writer rates charged to citizens which have contributed to the high
the proposed center) is Sunland, to the north is the airport, UF law professor Joe Little is the only candidate from cost of sewage rates.
and to the west is Deerhaven Generating Plant," Linzmayer group one who favors the renovation of the Hotel Thomas and The city commission will meet as part of the Regional
said. the construction of a northeast community center. Utilities Board on Wednesday to "work out all the quirks" in

LINZMAYER' SAID he is also against' the site of the Incumbent Little said he believes the city's budget deficit, the present system of charging sewer rates. Little said, adding
proposed recreation center because the baseball field at can be cured by a one mill property tax increase and a $1 that "a lot of people water their lawns in the summer and

Harris field, which is one of the city's three baseball fields, million general revenue bond issue. none of it goes in the sewer. I call that inequitable."
will be made Into a parking lot if the center is built.. Little emphasized he was not an advocate of the additional Little said he has "no strong feeling one way or the other
"I can't see why the city has to tear up a baseball field for millage but said "if re-elected he would vote for the tax in.crease" about the city's liquor ordinance" banning liquor sales on
parking," Linzmayer said. because'I.think we have to. Raising taxes is never Sunday.He .

He said the Hotel Thomas should not be renovated for popular but you have to do what you have to do." describes: himself as a "strong; J proponent" of .theunification
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additional city office space. He claims that "if we need space ADDITIONAL millage is expected to gain an issue, believeing it wttt allow for "a better and fairer
that much then the city can build a new building for less than estimated $395.808 in revenues and the $1 million bond will government" '

$1.3 million (the approximate price of the Hotel Thomas. be used to refurbish the Hotel Thomas, Little said. LITTLE SAID the cost of local government would be
The Hotel Thomas project would include the
renovation of
renovation) distributed more evenly among' residents under
county
LINZMAYER advocates the use of nuclear power to reduce buildings A and B. Building B would be renovated on the unification because everyone would be taxed the same way
utility rates. outside and converted to office space on the inside. rather than 20
having Gainesville residents charged up to
"The utilities question cannot be answered overnight. Untilwe Building A, which'contains a restaurant, would be mills in city and county taxes while non-city residents are

get natural gas or nuclear power, we're going to:have renovated inside and out. charged up to 10 mills in county taxes.
said, that he did LITTLE SAID the property tax increase was one of the few
high utility rates Linzmayer adding not "Downtown Gainesville must be redeveloped it is very
think Gainesville was large enough to build Its own nuclear ways revenue could be raised locally to help balance the valuable to this community to have a plaza which will prevent

power plant but.would have to build one in conj n tion.willi budget. urban sprawl," Little said, referring to the community plan
other communities like "Locally, our sources of revenue are limited -the
large I Jacksonville or Ocala. city can that would be built courthouse
across the street from the county
.. The cost of sewer rates'are unfair and due to the actions of levy up'"to 10 per cent in utility taxes and up to 10 mills in as of
the property taxes. The city already has the 10 cent limit part redevelopment project.
present city commission Linzmayer said. per on Little described of
the $2 million purchase
approximately
"THE PRESENT commission decided to base the sewer utilities taxes so the only thing we have direct control over are the land "a his
as good investment" because unlike op-
tax on water consumption (rather than the amount of water the property taxes, Little said.
Little said if he is ponents, he believes the redevelopment project will "attract a
that returns to the sewer,)" he said. re-elected he "feels sure" the northeast lot of "
recreation center will be built this year'with* construction ,private investment.
scheduled to begin in either May or June. -

Funding THE CENTER would be built with federal revenue funds
totaling approximately $2 million Little said. '

", Little said critics of the Hotel Thomas renovation project
(from page one) have to "look at what we're trying to do."
Unlike his two in the ,''''
opponents
group one city commission }
Bryan said it was'"difficult to say" if UF would be able to race Little said the city "has felt the need for additional office # ;gf' "

carry the program out of the budget, explaining it depends on space and we believe refurbishing the building would be
the final level of funds.appropriated by the legislature. cheaper for the city." a lot

MARSTON SAID the action by the committee "raises THE CITY COMMISSION believes the renovation of
problems" because of the individuals who were already hired' Hotel Thomas will, improve the value of nearby buildings the sri

for the special program. because other people would start refurbishing also
Marstoosaid t the law school Little
special allocation was to be a. said. -' "" ; ,
continuing commitment of the legislature,and would not haveto The city would get "more" tax revenues by causing the
be bargained for each year. owners of other buildings to refurbish" their own
Appropriations Committee chairman Edmond Fortune. D- he said. buildings,

Pace. said he had "sympathy" for the law school but explained Little admitted "quite candidly" that he "did not '

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process of various bills in the Florida Legislature which are 408, providing university students access to records, is
important to students. For further information on bills, in- in the Education Committee.
terested persons can call the Tallahassee legislative hotline at Bill 591, to remove students' power to allocate service
II l 1-800-342-1827. fees, is in the Education Committee.
', .' ;t In the Florida House: Bill 707 and Bill 734, establishing a "Florida Open
n.'tlJ. Bill 110, to require accident insurance for students in University" are in the Education Committee. .
'.1,' J university,athletic,PlpgraJ11s,-i.\.in Jh .Education Committeeand Bill 814, requiring active'legislative approval of tuition fee
\\I, the Appropriations Committee.A hikes but allowing fee hikes to remain in effect until the bill I
companion bill in the senate is in the Senate Education becomes law, is in the Education Committee.A .
Committee. similar bill in the senate Bill 530, is on the Education
Bill 189, to limit university presidents to five-year terms, Committee agenda for Monday, May 5, 2 p.m., in Senate
with possibility! of reappointment is in the Education Office Building Room B.
Committee.A Bill 916, abolishing legislative twelfth-hour teaching class
companion bill in the senate is in the Senate Education contact rule, was approved by the Education Committee andis
Committee. in the Appropriations Committee. '
(from page one) Bill 192, directing the Board of Education to establish -'. Bill 1104, to eliminate sex discrimination in faculty
,the home. common entry dates for transfer students, was approved by salaries in the State University System, is in the Education
"SURE YOU'D CLEAR some people out of the jails, just the House Education Committee. Committee.
like you would if you let people grow poppy plants to grow Bill 257, to require banks to offer student loans, is in the Bill I 1178, limiting terms of the Board of Regents to five
their own heroin," Saunders said. Commerce Committee. years, is in the Education Committee.
Gordon predicted the senate leadership "will be willing to .,Bill 344, requiring active legislative approval of tuition fee Bill 1215, exempting university campuses from state
let (the bill) move forward" so that the full senate can debate hikes, is in the Education Committee. traffic penalties, provided the Board of Regents adopt traffic'
the idea. Bill 395 to add one student to the Board of Regents, was penalties. is in the Education Committee.
Since the bill has been filed, but not yet officially introduced approved by Education and is now in Appropriations. 'Bill 1280, allowing state universities to contract with private
Senate President Dempsey Barron will assign it to Bill 401, to allow universities to permit direct support of universities for academic programs, was approved by the
committee some time in the future. organizations' use of facilities and property, was approvedwith Education Committee and is now in the Appropriations
WHICH COMMITTEE the home pot-growing bill is sent amendments by Education and is now in the Ap- .Committee.
to may in large part determine if it will ever be sent to the full propriations Committee. : Bill 1440, directing UF to research lethal palm tree
senate. A similar bill in the senate is on the Education Committee yellowing, and including a $200,000< > appropriation, is in the
Mike Vasilinda, director of the Florida Organization for agenda for Monday, May 5, 2 p.m., House Office Building Education Committee.In .
Reform of Marijuana Laws(FORML)said his group has been. the Florida Senate:
"intensely lobbying" for cannabis reform this year. Bill 259, to keep faculty evaluation files confidential, was
"We're going to bring about 10 people forward to testify"at approved by the Education Committee and sent to the senate
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committee hearings on Gordon's bill, Vasilinda said. Hail t floor for consideration.
EARLIER THIS YEAR, FORML sent each member of the Bill 265, to add three students to the Board of Regents,
legislature a five-gram bag of a.marijuana look-alike to show was approved with amendments by the Education Committeeand
them how much of the drug could bring a felony conviction. (from page one) is now in the Ways and Means Committee.
Possession of not more than five grams of cannabis in to fall. Bill 442, speeding up Florida Insured Student Loans to
Florida carries a possible penalty of up to one year in jail anda Chunks of hail "almost as big as basketballs" are the approved applicants is on the Education Committee agenda.
fine of up to $1,000. largest on record in the country, Green said. Monday May 5,2 p.m., Senate Office Building Room B.
Possession of over five grams or sale of any amount of the Campus police blamed the afternoon rainstorm for a two- Bill 456, to allow full-time university employes five free
drug is punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of car accident on Museum Road, near the J.Wayne Reitz, credit hours per quarter, is in the Governmental Operations
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Staff Writer Now, Thornhill said,,while,the entomology department has
Alligator pilot spray projects under, ,'. way the,:,:emphasis, is more 'on
observation than control. It. '
iP Scraping love bugs off your windshield wont be as much of "IF NATURE can take care ,of the imbalance: it's just,"aswell.
r-I- an ordeal as it once was. "
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"OUR OBSERVATIONS show the love bugs (Plecia "We as humans seem,to be fascinated.,with a species that
%L r.a nearctica) to be on the decline in this part of Florida," spends its life-copulating," Thornhill said.
Thornhill said.Thornhill THE MOST PREVALENT theory explaining the extended
said the love bugs migrated from Central sexual acti.vitils that the male provides the female with a food
America! into Texas about 1940 and,spread across the Gulf material she needs to stimulate egg production.
states at irate of approximately 20 miles a year. Another theory_is that males stay.attached to females for
'H R t 0 & NSF'k The hoards reached Gainesville about 1960 and numbers days at a time to ward off other males from copulating with

increased steadily until the late '60s.'GAINESVILLE ,the female. '
was unbelievable back then, Thornhillsaid It is conceivable, Thornhill said; that the insects, knowing
ri k kyFa' "you couldn't walk the streets without being covered many predators associate their red color with a bad taste
Vf y at hook to an image twice'as distasteful.
rr 4't' u uUyR with the damn things. together present
; Populations of the insects have been steadily diminishingsince WHATEVER the reason, the love bugs seem to enjoy what
the'60s but this year's decrease is the largest yet. they are doing because they spend their entire adult life
Thornhill said the number of insects may be 10 to 20 per copulating.' _
cent fewer than last year. Once developed enough to:fly, the love bugs i take to the
"THERE SEEMS to be a higher larvae mortality rate this skies in search of mates. '
year" Thornhill said. "The larvae are consumed by birds After spending two to four days hooked together, the pain
insects, spiders, bacteria and virus at greater levels than ever break up the females to lay eggs and the male to find another
Amy before." mate.
'sd Thornhill said the insects were following the same declining AFTER LAYING her eggs, the'female pattern in other states as well as Florida. attempt to mate again. If unsuccessful ,he"will'die, if sue
T7 "In Texas, Louisiana Mississippi and Georgia the same cessful he will last until the next batch of eggs ts"l laid, then die.
thing is happening," Thornhill said.,"Initially there is a huge ',"It's really something if you think about Thornhill said.
influx of the bugs and over a period of., a few.years they seem "They have one purpose and that's to 'reproduce. :They
to level off." literally do it until they die." -
While during the early stages due to their large numbers "AREAS FROM ORLANDO southward are experiencing
the insects are pests Thornhill said DO one has yet developeda the same problems Gainesville was in the (late 60s," Thornhillsaid. I
specific method of controlling them. .
"OTHER STATES seem to have just let things alone" "Eventually those populations will most likely balance out
_.. F4 k .5 )xp Thornhill said. "Probably because the bugs don't bite or the way they have everywhere else," Thornhill said, "and the
photo by gorg kochonioc jr. destroy crops." cycle will be complete."
LOVE BUGS Florida legislators however, thought the love bugs may be "This is 'a good example of how natur ,if left to its own
I .nature cuts population hurting the tourist-trade, so money was provided for research devices, will take care of itself, Thornhill said.Gene .

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Bureaucracy is booming. .
The average student already goes through the

hassles of registration, fee payment, and

applications for everything from dropping a x; I
course to changing major to financial aid. .I

Now, thanks to an amendment to the Food

Stamp Act of 1964, some already inundated
students will face a new wave of red tape.

Starting yesterday, students applying for food
stamps are required to fill out 'a' "declaration of

tax dependent status."

As a result of this new requirement, ..one.fourthofan
estimated 1,500-2,000 students in the area

receiving food stamps are no longer eligible.
Most students won't fit in the tax dependent

category, according to ,Ken Smith, regional food .... ... ----

stamp administrator.One of the problems. of the new system is the *VIE THOU3HT- WE'P COME DOWN AND WLOWE\ YOU io A/AERICM IWoody's

time taken filling out forms and verification

letters, and ,Smith says for each verification of an I

applicant's non-dependency" "we lose seeing disease diagnosed

another client. .

In other words, if the normal monthly load of "Look out! Here comes a WAS!" so paranoid. Every time I start to talk to a chick she assumes
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1,500 comes in for food stamps, the food stamp Within five seconds, every woman had run from the I'm trying to ask her out."
administrators may only have time to see 750. Mayis classroom. Left alone in the wreckage, an ordinary looking I REPLIED, "Uh huh," as I tried to memorize some class
not traditionally a heavy month for applications, male sat down forlornly in the last row, only to have his seat notes. '
fall it collapse beneath him. "I mean," he continued, "can't a guy start a harmless
but if
applicants keep piling up, by quarter
AS HE SPRAWLED on the floor, the man sadly cursed his ,conversation these days."
will difficult receive food
to
become'increasingly fate. For he was the victim of a dread disease- the Woody "Uh huh," I answered glancing my watch. Ten minutesleft
stamps. Allen Syndrome (WAS). before test time.
And while inflation boosts the price of food, the This problem is not to be confused with White Anglo- "WOULD YOU LIKE to go see a movie with me Saturday
poor person who needs food stamps is forced to Saxon Protestanism (WASP),'though both WAS and WASP night?" he asked.
endure more to get them. often affect the same person. No,young Marmaduke(the man "Hey look, first you try to say you won't ask me out and
mentioned above) had succumbed to a failing even more then you DO ask me out. What is this?" I added. "Look.. I'm
U.S. of from
Department Agriculture figures
destructive to his potential as a human being. studying for a test. Please let me study."
the beginning of this year show a typical family How does the Woody Allen Syndrome(WAS)develop? Thisis "Wow, you're really out for blood today aren't you?" he
could purchase a monthly maximum of $154 the scoop. Lack of female companionship seems to start a asked getting up and walking away.
worth of foodbut it cost $159.90 permonthtofeedthe time bomb ticking inside some males. If three weeks elapse The WAS man spends so 'much time worrying about
family, even on an "economy" diet. himself and the impression he is making that he forgets the

In March, the nation's largest teachers' [ JAMS MARA ] alienates woman's the feelings woman.entirely." This disregard for her feelings

the National' Education
organization WOODY ALLEN demonstrates this brilliantly in the movie
Association urged teachers to apply for food without their having a date, it explodes and. destroys their self. "Play it Again, Sam" Allen portrays a bachelor who is
,stamps. A surprisingly large number of working- confidence totally. maniacally trying to live up to the "masculine image." He
class families with two cars and large mortgagesare THEY THEN PULL a "Woody Allen" trip, falling all over tries to put a classy album on the stereo and the entire rack of
also on food stamps. themselves and others in a desperate search for female albums collapses. He always tries to strike a"masculine" poseto
companionship.The impress his dates, and he always falls on his face.
Thus, food stamps' have become more than a
symptoms of WAS are horribly obvious. He's always an actor playing to an audience and failing.
method for the desperately poor to survive. With First of all, the WAS male has lost the ability to respect But even if an actor does impress the audience they still
the increasing number of eligibles, we can understand himself, and therefore, he cannot respect others. He is unableto anonymous strangers.. And they leave as soon as the show is
why the government wants to cut out simply initiate a conversation. He begins with an insult,
over.Two
unnecessary waste and stop moochers.But such as: of Allen's friends, a married couple try to help him
for the most part, ,students on food stampsare "Hey you girls aren't sorority bitches, are you?" out by supplying blind dates and advice., Allen is able to
MY ROOMMATE AND I were asked that very questionone confide his inadequacies and fears to his friend's wife; and
moochers. In fact of
the students
not most
night in the Red Lion. I still don't understand how anyone they eventually fall in love.
who apply for food stamps are already on financialaid would expect to strike up a friendship by beginning with an BECAUSE WOODY Allen was able to see his friend's wife'as '
of some kind, and aid in the form of student offensive remark. married, ineligible, he could relate to her as a person. And
loans counts as income in figuring food stamp Another symptom of the WAS male is his pushiness. that's the only way to defeat the Woody Allen Syndrome.With .
eligibility.If Gentle discouragement does no good; you practically have to the fear failure taken away. Woody Allen was able
deliver a rabbit punch to give him the hint. to relax, and
eventually, to love.The Woody Allen Syndromethrives
wanted the itwouldn't
to beat
a system,
person ,I was sitting on a bench one day, frantically studying for an on the idea "perfect fear casteth out love." In-
be too difficult. When an, applicantcomes exam when a WAS male sat down next to me. He began the volvement in a real relationship depends more on the Biblical
into the food stamp office and says,he is nota conversation with a few pleasantries then said, "You. girls are exhortation "perfect love casteth out fear."
dependent, but receives income from a parent or ,

guardian, the food stamp administrators send a Ron Cunnl David eo.&n A
form to the parent, asking for verification. Smith The Independent wiBMn- hJ11 Manoglngfdltot t

said if the parents gave the okay, "we'd accept
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So it's not that hard to fool the government, nor
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students who need the stamps may not,be able to IP N.wtEdltot UyoutEdltofRA ,

wade through the bureaucracy.We 'Ton,' Kcndzior... ..:.... ........ ...':i..r...........G n.ral
are disappointed with Sen. Lawton Chiles' Jams v.Cook ......... .............,;.....,...,......AlllatantGeneroI)Mang.
stand.as he has consistent Ma.Ev.lynB.tt .. .. .... .. ................,.....,........ Admlnlatraflve Manager M ti i hi by
students expressed food disapprovalof Ann.Molphur. .. ...., .................t,......,.,'.......'.'.,..',..f .,1ooII"-.r.AIIIstont" (;"n",$...f;,.. I III.....'" ""'''. h"
receiving stamps: c.1toy Shipp ........" .. .."...........'.. to.. .,..du ln.tt Monojpr
We urge him to reconsider, and join colleague Tom MacNomara ,:, ;' ;;" '{. P.O to. 13244 Univ.rtily
h Dick Stone and Rep. Don Fuqua in repealing the Donna rRa : Station.Gein. tille._ Roridb with
oMKM fehirtd th. Coll.0. *".
new legislation. Ace,Horper ...I'....... .. .......t:..,........ .., ......Special 1721 w... UnivOTify ,.,.,..,.. .
The old food stamp program must be rein- Lnda Homl.r. . ... ... ............. ..t.. '.,...Advertiling SectIontCoordJnotDr BMMM*OHfc.phono: 374M6.. .
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, ADVISE & DISSENT

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NORML urges action/ : <:}, .' .;" ',: .


Conduct board actions

EDITOR ,.': I, .

you don't do it (personally), itwon't
l anything on this campus that NORML HAS received done.
\ should bring all student positive feedback from the get called'ludicrous'
Let's do i it t together. Now.
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groups to. working together, groups with which we've Thanks. .
the goal of marijuana'decrimln'alizatlon made contact: Encouraged Mike Moctezuma' 3ED :I'EDITORI
'is the NORML invites all student Chairman This letter is in regard to an An additional fact which perhaps should be'
i rallying point.Alienation. organizations interested in action which was taken against a close friendof mentioned is that it took about 20 minutes to
I Robert La Plante I 1LW
from the working for positive social Treasurer mine last Thursday night. My friend had to find three members of the board'who were

governmental bureaucracy of reform to leave their name Mattew 4BR Public go up before the conduct board after having willing to come out to hear her case.
this great state of Florida can and number at P.O. Box Relations Mayes. received three major violations. The I personally did not appreciate the

.tl be conquered only by affirmative 14054, University Station. Ellen Bellet I LW Legal recommendation by the conduct board was treatment of a friend of mine received by this
that of suspension for fall board. Granted she did but
action. That's The adage rings true: If Committee quarter. what was wrong
1 am not writing this letter concerning the to be laughed at by three members of the
sentence which was handed out, but rather conduct board who obviously didn't give a
Soviets the whole ludicrous manner in which this damn to begin with is more than any student
If! from detenteWASHINGTON
gain supposed panel of peers conducted them here deserves no matter what they've:done. I

selves during the hearing.TO am'proud to say she was able to keep her
routinely strolls the corridorsof respond with "proposals"which PUT,IT quite blatantly, the conduct temper in check and refrain from telling these
( Secretary of State Henry Capitol Hill. They strive are laden with board consisting of Marc Birmbaum, Yvette three what she thought of this manner in'
Kissinger's policy of detente for a "hail-fellow-well-met" technical information. Then Butler and Sue Holshauser, found my friend's which they conducted themselves at a conduct
has brought nothing bat image, but insiders suspect the Soviets arrange to have situation very humorous; to be specific they 'board hearing. This was much better than
headaches' for' the FBI and they are there to gather in technicians and engineersvisit laughed at her both to her face and behindher they deserved.

CIA.The telligence. the U.S. companies.By back. Yet she was expected to lay her
relaxation of relations Scientific exchanges, in the time they leave as college career on the line before this board II
between Moscow and particular, have thus far beena one source put it, "they have who merely found the entire situation a Janet,*Kaplan
Washington has resulted in a one-way street. Right now, stolen the candy store." complete joke. 1 UC
tremendous increase in for example Russian and
cultural and scientific ex American astronauts are

changes. Intelligence experts training for a. Joint space -
fear this has jeopardized the flight. Our space technology, ", ., v aW.tiNSAa. NOTHANKS-(
f security American secrets. however, is more ,

AT LEAST HALF the sophisticated than theirs. \ I I GOT A BETTER-
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JACK ANDERSON

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exchange programs the 'them. In fact, say our sources, 7
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experts estimate, are spies for the American astronauts are
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the KGB. Indeed, the astounded over the ? ,
situation has become bad rudimentary characteristics of

that the FBI has asked for the Soyuz spacecraft.THE .
additional agents to watch the SOVIETS demonstrated ,o ,' ,
Russians. an intense interest in
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our agricultural and deep-sea \ '
The basic problem, say our technology, as well. o
sources, is that the Soviets One clever trick the

take advantage of our open Russians use ,is to dangle,
society to steal our secrets. A large contracts in front of ,
team of smooth-talking American companies. The

Russians for example, firms, eager for foreign trade



I Next time bring your own banana I



What a bargain! An entrepeneurial establishment cateringto "Excuse me. Why don't you. make: us a banana split "NO!"
the financially depressed economic state of the typical without the banana. We'll pay the 39 cents and you won't We left. I have a sneaking suspicion that the bananas were
college youth. In short, a local dairy drive-in was selling have to worry about us anymore." being cut from their trees in a Panamanian plantation that
banana splits for 39 cents, a dramatic price reduction from "SORRY SIR. A banana split without the banana is a very. moment, but we just couldn't wait.
the usual) 85 cents. parfait. A parfait.costs 85 cents. You can wait for a banana We went to a high-class ice cream parlor and smotheredour
i The meager sum required to gorge oneself on a dairy split for 39 cents or buy a parfait now for 85 cents" sorrows in a cup of Boston Cream Pie ice cream.
/ delight justified my two roommates and myself going out to I. Outrage. A banana split without a banana costs twice as RAINCIIECKS.We forget to ask. Once home we called the'
75 and Newberry Road from our French Quarter townhouse. much as a banana split with a banana. store.
ARRIVED. LAST in line for a while. ,in- Try again; "Hello do you give rainchecks on the banana splits? We
"MA'AM, I'LL tell you what. If we promise to go to the
store and buy a banana and put it on the split, will you sell us
THOMAS KNIPPEL a banana split without a banana?"
"I'm sorry, sir: We cannot do that." [ SATIREtried ]

COLUMNIST "Let me get this straight. A banana split without a bananais .
GUEST a parfait which costs 85 cents. A parfait with a banana is a. r
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banana split, which costs 39 cents." .
"YES SIR!" to buy them, and even offered'to. buy banana
inches. .waited a a split
more
ched ahead, .waited, ,a couple
little "Okay,tell you what.-Pretend there is a banana in the split without the banana..but they turned into parfaits. and cost

Finally more.our goal was in sight. The counter beckoned our when you make it, and sell it to us with the imaginary bananain twice as much." -
( order when we heard, it.. "No rainchecks.
to ,
elbows ,and prepared
were
to rest we
( We're all out of bananas. Someone went to the store "Sorry, we cannot do that.. WE COULD HAVE driven across town to the other dairy
I "Sorry. few minutes." "HEY LOOK. It's been half-an-hour and' the bananas drive-in on 23rd Street, but gasoline prices did not justify the
It should be only a .
to pick some up. means three give or take one." haven't'arrived yet. The store is a mile down the roid.1 How expenditure.. It probably would not have helpedthough.!
few minutes usually
.Okay a five miles. about my friends and I going to the store, buying ourselves a As we were leaving the 1.75 store, a lady asked if there were
We decided wait:'After all. e drove
: to MINUTES multiplied exponentially) to 20. banana, bringing it back to you you cutting it in half and any banana splits. / r
THREE after 20-minute wait anywhere. Still no'cX'my making the banana split which you will sell to us for 39 cents, "SORRY, WE'RE out of bananas. We expect some in a
Rowdiness begins a and we won't even charge you for the banana." few minutes. The other store has bananas."

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House Appropriations Committee. quality of instruction." ''Td K$ sod brE ',

has approved and sent to the full House a The governor's' budget called for $$229-,

bill that includes $$15.6 million above the Legislative L V 595,7S3, for E&G& as compared to estimated''
governor's' recommended budget for the expenditures this fiscal year of$$229,496,857.The '
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E&G budgets of the State University University of Florida this year will II" I st
System and $$1.2 million above the recommendation Report receive approximately $$62,140,000, of the
for WAS.Chancellor.designate. toal for its E&G functions. y
E.T. York, for a mailed to students Thursday stated,"While York also related labia legislative report f a t :, t x, r>t, a U.A,

Legislative Report being prepared Thurs- this additional amount would not relieve that "the House bill includes proviso
day f for distribution today,wrote, "This is a many of our problems brought on by language which will give us almost
significant step forward for meeting our inflationary costs of utilities and other complete fiscal flexibility in using these 4 ,j Ian I (,.pPd W of t tpe

acute needs.We are very hopeful the House expense needs,,it would give us significant resources." t (
will approve these amounts and the Senate relief in the most important place of all,the 1
will act even more favorably." classroom. We should be able to offer the Capital Outlay Funds

Anticipating this additional funding, courses you will need beginning next fall ii:
President Robert Marston in a letter and in class sizes that will not reduce our York said that the House Education
Committee has set $$27 million as the SUS
I. share of bond funds to be derived d from the
I.I I utility gross receipts tax program. 'This Is J\
University 36 per cent of the total amount to be 4f )hd.aft ,m d 911nF k
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Produced by the Division of Information I, Publictiont and vocational-technical
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Important information to ttud.nti. faculty t staff UiqeitAir centers.
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at the University Florida./ / Last year $$26.5 million in bond funds '" M*& & Hachniniitration D 4 '
were distributed among universities, but I
an additional $$16.8 was appropriated In .FOCUS staff members seated left to >: Mike Duenas, l hMogy'(premed" ); Guy Rexford, zoology ; Eugene Way",.psycholocy. Standing (left to right): Kim Langwefler, nursing; >Rosemary King, :,
general revenue. York said no general (p pre-dent); Bury light>, prelaw; DebbkIu acconoting; Pat Fneyt, i political science; Chris Miller, Spanish; Jeff Jailer, accounting; Linda Gordon, political science; Ed Masztk, accounting; Pat St. Marie, 'I I
revenue funds are In prospect for 197578. American Studies; Jane Holstoo, public doss; Adele Huger,. pharmacy; Dave Roger, zoology; Vicky history')'; Rob Pfloeger, political science; Janet Messervy, journalism; Kim Chambers, psychology) ; Cathy '
Cooling Hours Extended; Lambeth'", pharmacy; Mary Carter, sdng design (Student t Director); Tee Cmldevffla, business Canaan,, CIS. "


It'll' Be From 9 to 4. ,' ..if.I 12-Hour Law FOCUS Staffers Prepare. ,

a.m. p.m. The House Education Committee has I I
approved a bill abolishing the 12-hour law Hall
Campus buildings which have been cooled from 11 a.m.to 3:30: p.m.will be placed on a 9 and calling for the BOR to establish Mallory 1 1To For Busy Summer Program;

a.m. to 4 p.m. schedule, beginning today. 'procedures requiring universities to set -
Physical Plant Director C.C.Greene urged all occupants to make sure their windows are maximum and minimum class contact Traffic Pan ;ing Study Sets Ceremony Current students are the best people to explain UF programs activities and campus life
closed when the cool air begins circulating. He also asks that persons using room air hours. The bill, now before the Appropriations to future students and their families. .
conditioners abide by the same time schedule. Committee states that the BOR "shall That's' the premise upon which the FOCUS summer orientation program is based.. While
Greene said that it is possible to begin cooling for longer hours because of the economics require that classroom instruction be the Focuses ((1If U To Name Floors this will be the,17th annual summer registration program, it is only the second year for
realized during the past few months through reduced energy consumption.Some first priority of those faculty members on Community FOCUS (Finding Opportunities Contributing,to Undergraduate Success).
buildings on campus are cooled for longer periods because of special needs and assigned to teaching responsibilities." This year's' 24 FOCUS student staffers were,chosen in January from among 125

particularly those in which there are a large number of night classes. The Senate Education Committee has you have a strange feeling you're' befej ratched, or followed, or counted within close Dorm Week, Mallory Hall, UF's' applicants,based on their interest, ability to communicate,knowledge of the campus and
approved a bill modifying the 12-hour law the next few weeks, you are. oldest women's' dormitory, will conduct a scholastic interests.:They.are participating spring quarter in a training program, for
Photo by Herb PressAffirmative by requiring that average contact hours per Furthermore, sometime between now c be end of the spring quarter you may ceremony Saturday in which four of the which they receive three hours credit
W"f.l(.,. "....,......... '....;' JiIIID"" f ,). }'" d I II instructional position In a department shall receive a questionnaire, have your car ite ed or have somebody come Into your dorm's' living floors will be named for. From June 23 to August 22 they will serve as hosts, guides,advisers,and companions to
equal at least 12 contact hours per week office or work station to ask questions I b your comings and goings. distinguished women alumnae. entering freshmen and their parents who will be on campus during 13 separate two-day
when computed for an academic year. It's' all part of a fact-finding study ke conducted by the civil engineering Festivities begin with a open house in orientation sessions.
department and financed by the Traffic Parking Department.By Mallory lobby at 2 p.m., followed by an The FOCUS staff members are paid $$565 (from which costs of food and lodging are
: :; this time next year, with information be gathered during the comprehensive unveiling of plaques on each of four floors.A deducted) and reside in Hume Hall,where freshmen and their parents also stay during the

fact-finding operation, it Is hoped that sen il alternative plans for campus traffic reception follows in the lobby. orientation session.. ,
Season Tickets control and parking can be developed fore tpuswide debate and final acceptance.In Floors will be named for Marjorie Holt, Rob Denson, Director of .New Student Programs, who coordinates the FOCUS staff
T addition to traffic and parking counb! be conducted by student assistants and U.S. Congresswoman from Maryland; explained, "These 24 FOCUS participants are responsible, hardworking people, who havean
t n D For Football ReadyThe electronic devices, motorists will be stopi* t random times and places on campus Circuit Court Judge Susan Black from interest in their University and in other people, and we have found that the.
for specific information. Questionnaires li be sent to random samples of faculty Jacksonville; Alachua County Court Judge ..student-helping-student technique is the most pleasant and efficient way to educate and
Athletic Department is now accepting members, Career Service employees and dents. Margaret K. Wright; and Ruby R. Brown, inform incoming students about the University of Florida." -

Season Ticket Orders for the 1975 Every person entering and leaving ew building on campus will be counted the first woman to receive a Master of Arts
.Football Season. All fulltime faculty and sometime during the study and random rviews will be conducted of building from UF (in 1923)). Ms. Brown will appearat Speech Screening
I staff members are eligible for priority occupants. the ceremonies as guest of honor. t' .

tih11t.,'r ,H i It ,//fVg A seats at Florida Field Sections 2 2,4,4, and 6 6if 6if 8If Mallory Hall, located in Yulee Area was V For Education MajorsThe
: / if ordered before June I 1,1975., Call 3920648for 1 constructed in 1949. \\D
pca r .
Y l r dot// 1 ,rrf rir 1, sir,jS"t / information. speech screening test for teacher
+ 1 + r.fans+ rrrrj I t // IMI'/t/ < 0 0r
r{ :Irihr: jr i l ,r Y, rJ r irY r l+l r l rl'.,.r tilrfl r N ;r 1 IMY//Yl i Mrirtl Children's' Plays. ( I a 1 education majors will be given Monday and
r I Tuesday. All teacher education majors,
; Ir'Af yl ,i r rr i,ran ,rur ran; 1r I/rririMW/ .. 1, Florida Players present their children's' 1 4'I regardless of college, are required to
I ,h>d,I,//18V 1 A r r'r fie' rrti r ';rlrl,tl Ir r I 1 Ir.w Iw., show, "Once There Was..An Adventure in 1 satisfy the speech screening requirementbefore
..J I".J UF Believe at 2 today, Saturdayand being admitted to the Advanced
r .. Council of C Make p.m.
Advisors 7o
i ir Jrany III rw Clrry Message'
I ,, rf'' r Ian 1 ,rrM'r / Sunday and at 10 a.m. Saturday. The Professional Sequence, EDS 400 or EDE--
r r r r / H ran / Nr.t Constans Theatre consists of EDS 400.
t r r /r/1I1// / 111f program in
f r i A3//Il N PIS/ f NMIr ran A University of Florida Council of May 16 on campus I, lorida Association of the American Insti- four one-act plays, "Billy Goat Gruff," Students who plan to be certified to teach
I Advisors has been established to work Members of the UF Council include te of Architects, Miami; Dr. Jack 0. "Little Pink Rose," "A Legend of Spring"and DELUDES English are required to take Speech 201 and

directly with the university and with Charlotte Anzalone, associate executive, nowles, veterinarian, Miami; James "Turn on the Night"Tickets do not take the speech screening test
", similar councils from the eight other state director of the Florida Nurses Association,(\ )ynes' $, vice-president of Jim Walter Co., available at the Box Office, are Applications are available in Room 124

I universities to "advise us concerning ways Orlando; Cullen W. Banks, M.D., Gainesville ampa; Miley Miers, D.D.S., Tallahassee; free for UF students and 75 cents for the Norman HalL.

in which we can more effectively carry out ; Clifford Beasley, executive director:; Stewart Morrison,, architect, Pensa- public. Cops and Gowns High School ROTC
our mission of serving the higher education of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Jf! Thad Mosley, M.D., Jacksonville.
w need of Florida." Accountants Gainesville E. Finley CanC.D.. Newbern, owner of Newbern P.K.Yonge Arts Feat t For CommencementToday Here This Weekend
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,__ ,_ 11< ....._ ._____,.".,__ In letters inviting membership on the non Cannon-Treweek Insurance; AgencyGainesville /,/' roves,Tampa Rama Lee County
Paige
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Council School's' annual is the last day for graduating About 600 students from 25 Florida high
President Laboratory
t Robert Marston also Sr., pharmacist School Board P.K. Yonge
Action Leaders asked the group "to ; Bernard J. Cimino, : Fort Myers; Doyle Rogers Tumblin'' Creek Arts Festival runs 10 a.m. students who wish to participate in June 14 schools will compete today and Saturday
help '
us attarmey
Palm Simkowitz
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carry our Tampa Bruce Culpepper, Beach; Sidney
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to the ; Arts and crafts will be commencement to return the cards ordering the fourth annual All-Florida High School
message people of the Sr.i, Pharmacist Saturday.
state and to Donahoo, Chesterfield to 5
The University's'.first permanent Affirmative Action coordinator,James Allison,, left, their representatives in the legislature." ney, Tallahassee; John W. physl-\ SmMi, ,, Miami Beach; Strat- on display, and some will be on sale, allover caps and gowns to the Campus Shop Drill and Rifle Meet, beginning at 9 aon.on
Flaig, attorney Lakeland Richard
looks attorney,Jacksonville; Joyce ; and Bookstore mezzanine. the field west of Florida Field and
practice
over the Affirmative Action Flan for Marston Community
Equal Employment Opportunity with said that no more than three 4,television the P.K. Yonge campus.
Executive VIce-President Harold Hanson, the Affirmative Action director Allison meetings a year of the Council cal therapist, Winter Park. H jn enry Toland commentator, Jacksonville; participants also will provide pottery, Next Friday, May 9, Is the last time that at the UF Rifle Range south of J.. Wayne
: designed and the Affirmative are attorney, Tampa;,Alfred demonstrations. faculty: order. caps'' and for Reitz Union. .
r implemented[ Action program for the Massachusetts anticipated,with additional involvement Beach; Harrington weaving and blacksmith may gowns
, Institute of Technology and served u coordinator from 1968 to 1973.Bom In Pawtucket, Individual members of George Frost, engineer, Palm Ed", IV,certified public accountant, from P.K. Yonge and the Univer Spring commencement Call David Beck, The meet is sponsored by the Army ,,
or smaller Students
Rhode groups to Paul HanseL, engineer, St Petersburg; JW:, and Edward L. Whigham, Dade choral and dance 392-0194 or stop by the Bookstore mezza-- ROTC Detachment Ten all-girl teams will .-.\;.
bland, In 1930, he was educated at Northeastern University, the University of work on specific issues. Johnson editor of the Gainesville S Sun,. C;ounty Superintendant of Schools, Coral sity of Florida will give I'
nine. .
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Massachusetts and Harvard. The first the day.
Gables during
meeting of the Council will be director, of the' presentations
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I Ptog 1201h.lndepen..nt. iloddo Alligator Fddby,May 2, WS I IWHAT'S UNIS'' KRSm (:IT" Tim' 'Kl: r::

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By TOM VEENSTRA and devotionals today' 'from 4:30 p.m:", to 8 p.m. at th! Goln.ivllU. fla. 32601
Alligator Staff Writer Micanopy Baha'i Center. The Center also holds weekly World I 377-4226
Worship services'each Sunday at 11 a.m. in room 122 Reitz
NORML LOBBY The UF chapter for reform of marijuana Union. For more information contact 378.3575 or 3735939.
laws invites all those Interested to join a state lobby in PIZZA PARTYr;The Chinese International Association will

Tallahassee.The group will leave Sunday and return Monday have a pizza! party Saturday at 6 p.m. at Leonardo's. For more
Persons interested in attending should call NORML at information call 3928861. SALODII
378-4695 by 2 p.m. Saturday. CHILDREN'S PLAY: "Once There Was: an Adventure in
N.O.W. PICNIC: The public is invited to N.O.W.'s May Day Make Believe," will be presented by the UF Players today Presents
picnic, Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the softball field on throughSunday at 2 p.m. and Monday at both.10 a.m. and 2
Museum Road. Games, food and entertainment will be p.m. in the Constans Theatre. Admission is 75 cents for the
provided. For more information call Carole Martin at 377- public free for students with a UF fee card. CEtWMOW
7474. DANCE AND MOVIE A Laverne Porter Dance Presentationand

RELIGION WORKSHOP; A program of clergymen, movie"Straw Dogs"will be presented tonight at 8 int the
educators and students will discuss religion and right to Broward Hall Recreation room. Admission is free.
privacy in a religious workshop sponsored by the UF English FOLKDANCING UF Folkdancers meet each Friday at
Dept. and the P.K. Yonge Lab School. The workshop is today Norman: Gym sponsoring beginning dances at 9 p.m. and
and Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. in rooms 361.3 in J. Wayne advanced dancing at 10 p.m.The public is invited to join. For
Reitz Union. For further information contact Dr. Alice more information,contact John Ward at.376-0224.
McKenzie at 392-0777. NEWMAN CLUBS'The Catholic Student Center will have a YOUCANEA '
ALL
FRISBEE TOURNAMENT UF's Frisbee Club and Interhall! dance Saturday at 8:30: p.m. All parishioners are especially .
Council will have a frisbee tournament Saturday noon at the invited. Refreshments will be. served.
4PMOOPMCHICKEN
North lawn of Reitz Union.All UF students are eligible.Entry .
blanks are available at the Interhail office third floor Reitz FRENCH FRIES, I

Union. Fund drive goal : COLE ROLLS
S.D.X. "Can Marshall Harris be Right?" will be the topic of .** SLAW

SDX's meeting Sunday night at 7, jn the TanglewoodApartments' s FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS
I "" : recreation room ,
Scholarships 19 .,
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MIGRANT FILM "Fighting for our Lives", a film
documenting the farmworker's struggle will be shown Sundayat 1805SW.13SJ' Chick** ,

4 p.m and 7 p.m. in the Gainesville High School to black studentsThe ,/rr.,.1.1........., 377-0901 UNLIMITED rHrll r.lrrl. ,
Auditorium. A donation of $2 is requested. .
BOYCOTT RALLY The Gainesville Farmworkers' Support
Black Student Union division of the Office of Student
Committee and Students for farmworkers will rally at Dan'sBeverages
Services is kicking off their annual scholarship drive Monday,
on'703 W. University Saturday from 4:30: to 6:30:: .:
,at Little Hall.
p.m. Money collected from the drive will be used to provide
BAIIA'I ACTIVITIES The Baha'i Association will host a
financial aid for black students. Joyce Taylor, assistant dean
Holy Day celebration featuring covered dish
,
games supper of student affairs. said the money will be used to provide full
tuition scholarship for'three students.
READER'S REDRESS The drive starts at 10 a.m. with two main speakers''Vice "
President of Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen and the Dean of FUU DISPLAY OF
There was an error in Thursday's article on blood donors. Student Affairs Thomas Goodale, who will speak on the need' NATURAL PLANTERS, PLANTS,
The article stated that blood users who can't replace blood for more scholarship money for academically'. gifted black 11 AND.GREENHOUSES THE
must pay $20 a pint extra for the blood itself. It should have students. LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.

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FOR SALE FOR' SALEKenwood FOR SALE FOR RENTone FOR RENT NIWSTEIEO EQUIPMENT
Wedding Bonds, & Engagement Ring: receiver 22 watt per ch:, 2 small fairing-fit kowosokl 350 500, three bedroom opt. available Female needed to shore beautifulpoolside
Tradlti nal or Contemporary design of ultralmear 200 speakers, BSR 310 i 750 used for one week. $45 call 373- lot subletting Plenty of space and many new phase, Hawaiian Village
your choke Handmade for Individuals turntable lloyd cassette deck headphones 7358. l(5t-127-p) other extra.Coll after 7p.m. at 373-2531 opt. w-grod student Marling June I. 57 !
who want ten best. Original work by 70 album SOB track $700 Gigantic garage sale 25 families. or 3778780 (b-IOt-122) mo Coll Ann 373-8367 nile 373-4788 (b-. 20-40% OFFList
South' loading Artist Matter GoldSmith 1111 SW loth Ave No. 24 Q3t-H4-p( ) anything goes from cycles to clothe female grod or moutre student immediately 5t-123-p)) Brands
and lapidltt. Unconditional $600 Down $139 monthly payment" for music sport book Sunset opt bock of own bed furn I block from 2 bdrm. mobile home for rent $I 35. per on Top
Guorantoo. OZZIE By appointment only. three bedroom Concrete Block House. Jerry' I 1500 nw 1211 oil sat sun (ta-2t- campus$90 + 'i utilities will pay augustrent mo call glendo 376-4446 8-4 or 472.2870 372-1460 call I Tom HohnIcDanieHs
3733894. (o- trail 377-7982 (b-3t-126-p) ofter 5 (b-fr-124-p) -
Condominium-Crescent Beach. Probably 11.fl.!: ) warehouse full furniture sole bs price One'Bdrm Apt.torrent, at Hawaiian Vill, ,I IApt.
the nicest ground floor unit on any North For Sale- set of Dura Ace racing broker sale new factory furniture arriving office .. Must rent no later than June 1st.
Florida beach. Priced below appraised 3500 and Coppi prorating bike, all desk chest drawer $20. ref 15, bargain Coll 373-7900 or the Apt office (b.101.
value Call 378-3950 weekday or 37$- campy comp.-460 lee 392-7931 (o-5t- world 2614 ne 18 lei off 23 blvd 377- 126-p)
4688 weekend or night (o-iOt-122-p) 134-p) 9835 (o-41-l 27-p) AVOID THE FALl RUSH

guild electric 'humbucking tSTATE SAlE sat.sun, Moy 3-4, 9am-7pm, air c 50 lawn mower 25 refrlg 25 trunk 20 Now I i.the lime to look for that house or
pickups grover tuneyirderry flriish. ctubhouM,piccadilly, opt. 2220*w 34th couch 40 early artier tv 65 k water bed opt for the summer or foil quarter Call
new $350. I year olA-IJOO-witrAoje.1 "si'.fine private; "collection of antique 35 new hordam kordam 4 apeoker.,1.. "today 11 377-699 Ib-6Ot.112.p)
cord 376-1581 (o- -175-p) ___ furnishings,octestories,and clock We bargain world 2614 ne 18 ter.377-9835 have lawn bdrm. "1n-2, bdfnv, trailer,
8x36 trailer for tale located in glynwood oak "s" roltop desk, assorted american or 372-5269 (10-"I 27.p) located on I acre lot, 17 ml west of g'ville I
pork air-conditioned students onlyasking clocks, guns, woodpoddle ceiling fan, ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, 4-pickup $55 per mo. call glendo' 376-<1446 8-4 or
$1,000 37a..< plane bras cash reg, brass beds swag ot only $100 call Guy 01 372.1131 (a-5t- READ THIS
hondo 250x1 1973 street I dirt $600 olio lamps gloss (cut pressed art), slot 127-p) t
between Now Sept.
antique omerkon Indian, 200cc 2729.w. maths, sherldan couch velvet choir, Moving anytime
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navy-type let u* rent your house or opt at no cost
archer rd. call 371-O7,7 see to oppreclotelllllllMBtc much misc (a 2> 126-p)
hood, bottie ond used,
gloves never United Reol Estate 377-0992 (b-fr-llS-p)
: "' '' ((0.31.1 126-p) AKC champion IRISH SITTER PUPS 12 wk. tolloedand lined 378.3961 (a.2t.127-p) Guaranty FederalTHE
for sale: small refrigerator 2Vi cubic feet all shots ond wormed long haired and Strom. -33. Only three block from campus.
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waterbed pods liner ...UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting for J PUCE TO lAVt.
great condition' $80 call 392 8542 (a- mellow both parents on premises call decompression meter 25. double tank
5t.126-p) 373-5266 or 377532512( ) summer quarter. Special summer
bockpoc call Dave Fisk 377-8328 (a-5t- discount rotes: June 161h.Aug. 31st One
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FREE Iii FOR furnished Pest Control. Pet allowed In 84sk a ui.lr w, 7:15
I ELECTRONIC ENGINE I II mole roommate, private rm. in house selected opts Com. In soon, before it'* e a i
WITH near west end golf course full access to too late We hove on! opt. to suit you. 1 9:15
I ax ANALYSIS j-JJff1 IU I: house washer-dryer i dishwasher Air Conditioned Swimming Pool. You tee N w" f.e .
I central o-c&heal graduate low or med. can beat the heal but not the price Call _
-- student quiet, place to study, call 376-8990 or come by the office at 1524
W2 N.. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 J 1 George 372.8536 before 5:30 pm. NW 4th Ave weekday afternoons (b- 0Iill'l.sUUJ.U ,
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(Special Summer Rate) rOOmmate wont.d at landmark 2 bdrm opt for summer, completely I' ..,,;
.!;t $100 to$125 PER MO. opt 49. Move in now or May I, $47.00 a furnished good location. $260 ? X .
All units 2 BR, furnished with air. Luxury month, + $2S.00 deposit. No lease. Call per month. Coil 373.7750 (b-3t-27-p) A
features. Office or come by otter 3 QQ)( (b-St-123-p) spacious, beautiful air-conditioned,

Available for Loss through Aua 31st Wonted 2-4 people to sublet luxurious furnished mobile home on shaded lot
ftokie View, Mobile, Village Gotorwood 2 b-room 2 both opt. forsummer across from UFo )ideal for couple. $1400
n I'J' 378.4411' 373.3284 > rent reduced from $240 to month, S50depollt. 377-OM9.. (blt127..
Available to new tenants onlyl! IMO-mo call. 377-as 13 or IOOS Gator. P J) ..
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(b-5MI6-p)_ Room-mot. needed for fall thru iprlng month '% utilities, 1 block from med-
The Two roomates needed. Summer t fall to quarter close to campus 67 dollars + '14 center country gardens call 373-5452
June 76. Country Gardens behind Med utilltitf-Pool oc fumished-Williomsburg Bernie Jone Kathy (b-4t-127-p)
A FIlM SI'CNSOII) IY 1HI .Center call Jane 37S-I274 (b-5t-125-p
rent $62 + /4 util. Call Eric 378- ) room for rent summer quarter in a house
A$S 1LID IRS AM Afi.j,4 0511 (b.5t.126-p) studio apt for summer qtr. ,Im than 3blks from campus $62.50 per month

Female roommate needed for summer block to campus $160 mo. includM all plus utilities call 3764494 Curtis or John
,1 lease, own room In large 3 bdrm house utilities furnished cable Iw, ac oil, 919 SW 6th Ave. (b.2t.I279)t )
/ r with private parking lot. Vk blk. from utilities, furnished cablo tv oc 1241 SW female roomates needed immediately
!r ,. '. ,campus $50+-1.3 mil. call 373-0973 (b. *h Ave. Apt. No. 4 Mk, 373-4<<4 (b-9t- large three bedroom house
t.t ,2t-l 26-p) '124-p) located 'lest than minuses" from campus

Move In June IS. 1 blk from campus tg. our house near duckpond need 0 colt lisa 377-7298 (b-5t.t27-p)
Iffy oir con. Must subleosell Call Mariie femals'commas., own bedroom large SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bedroom opt I block
after 6pm 378-3355 (b-St-126-p I ) living room den kitchen storage area from campus $150 mo. + electric See
'Move in June 18. 2 Ig rms. in 4 bedrm big fenced and very green yard. 83.33 Tigert Hall from your bedroom windowl) .
Cow tells the story of a,...,.. farmer ho_. Need 2 roommates for ,ummer. \ and) 1-3 utilities call 373-9260 (D-3M23- Coil 378-6333 (b-5t-l27-p)
ion. who goes mod when h* .loses r.ls blk from Norman Hall call after 6pm Pjroomate look at our rental listings on houses,
valuable possession, hit cow. Director: 378-3355 (b-St-IM-p)__ needed 50 per month for room mobile homes,and opts before you pay
h MelwlulllnObl.) IM to *l>ore In me Irm. ovlb In 2bed opt windmeodows m attractive mobile home call 378-9278 'anyone a fee. Joel Bridges, realtor 404 4 4IN
_ of f /the coW death, I* imdersjond 'WALL to WALL SHAG cell air loc. on available now address. 7117.132 SW SW 4th Ave (b-fr-127-c) ., N41itr
of Ilve ock In !this region to Archer Rood (b-Ss 123-p)
LAKES large kitch. liv-dmn. no dep. elec. house for rent summer only 2 bedroom +
.ZerouTwHh, o hnaleel grief that phon. I34U or 67$1-:3U if roomale Avail Nowlll furnished air conditioned 1 block from
(would" oth. w.. b. meompwh.n JWe to available call faye 378-7348 (b-2l-l26- 100 oars to Lose Huge lake on property low school! toll 373-7775 (b21.1279)WANTED )
WMem eyes. Pj_ located off Hawthorne Rd. Only $150
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hove 6 hornet all walking distance to
In new house summer or fall NO LEASE Ufll Forest Aprs. 110 have own room 2 to

McaiH HAU;'.AtfMTOMUM, very mellow 376-5766 (b-5t-126-p) United RE Assoc 377-6992 shore master bdrm with both $60. per
mo call 373-9413. (c31.1279)F.mole )
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W. 13th STIECT WIM needs 2br unfurn. house to share
Room for rent In liberal haute $50-$35(
BOUUVASD PORTRAIT OF A SUPERSTAR w-olher. couple,starting June If you hove
deposit 1246 SW 14th M. 2 bib campus
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376-2794 (b-31-25.p) '
call 377-8703 Bud or Carrie after 6pm. L TJL 1 fP
sublet May 5-Aug 311 1 Bdr unfurnished (c-3M27-p)
Brandywine, $175-mo, AC, pool, self-
cleaning oven dishwasher. Call = = a =
lernoons 373-5722 (b-5t-125'9)) f H,

Liberal female roomate wonted to of-I
A. 2 bdrm trailer $50 a month. plus I
utilities Archer rd Village needed
mediately t summer quarter Call Mind) MOTION PICTUREReincarnation 5
376-4458 or 373-1857 (b5t.I25plaublet )

summer 2bdr large opt pool 0<
dish wash. shag pets ok walled In private AAOO@I@ ARt .
poliO call after 372-9803 available June
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Roommate needed immediately! for 2 1 1I

story house wi large yard t trees. 3 miles J 1
from campus. 65.00 + V utilities 377- LAI.presents..

4724 anytime (b-5t-125-p) .
Share opt. 'Vi block from campus ap- Proud I
.. prox. $75-mo. $50 required as deposit. TEENY
call 3789109. (b-3t-125-p)
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Summer sublet: Furnished 1 bdrm opt
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3. 5 bd home-NW section 4:00-6:00-8:00-10:00
4. Ouple.es-NW 2 avail. 411 wA wYalifa .
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J 4m| student seeking responsible, JOBS Australia lurope, S. lost: key ring on union lawn Saturday. periodical journals bound unique BOARDED: 6 ml' NE of UF best
.\ conservative male roommates) for Americo Africa. Students all professionsand Indentifioble by one short key that I Is service will pick up and deliver call care I feed. informal i friendly all Ufamous cartoonist
/" s.pt.-june. no opt. decidedyet.. call occupations $700 to $3000 monthly. marked 176 reward call 373-9796 (l-3t- english bindery for free estimate. 373- facilities, large stalls $75.00 pasture
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\ Experienced lead guitarist' for cute, little, blonde year old girl from ,
established bond. Must be in town over RESEARCH Dept. G6 Box 603, Cone Nitty Gritty concert I think I have your Term Papers. experienced typist, "WIRED FOR SIGHT
k summer. Foxie call Gilda, 378-4169 or T AAodero, Calif. 94925 (MO-118-p) sunglasses. Call Dale at 378-8309 ((1125NC l-4t- 'ma in english. ibm selectric phone. "T hIItt16 lass Super Mort"
om.376-8003 (e-5t-126-p) STOP tuition hikes, and cutback People ) 3784)547 (m-20t.l07-p) UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS:300SWfthAve. 1g'awec
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says Gators' Fisher in big confrontation I

By ANDY COHEN to face with his main -
Alligator Sports Writer competitor, Don Gaffney. early Florida.season wins for By RICK ADELMAN to injuries. we have several injuriesthat
This Saturday's "I know the coaches Assistant Sports WriterIn "THEY ARE very tough are making it difficultfor
Orange and Blue game have confidence in but "That" was all very their last four and better than last year." us," added Carnes.
me nice,
will provide Jimmy Fisher it's the same' situation as he said. "But right confrontations, the Gator said UF head coach Jimmy THE LATEST additionto
yet another opportunity to last year," said the tall now Saturday is the only track team has con Carnes. "I don't' think an injury list which
prove his point. muscular Tampa resident. thing on my mind. It's very vincingly beaten the they've lost a meet all includes Horace Tuitt and
important for me to ,do Florida State (FSU) know
The University..otFlorida "I've got to go after that season. I they've Wimpy Alexander is miler
second-string starting job like I did last good and I'm really Seminoles but the Gators beaten South Carolina and Vince Carti r.
doesn't like I'm psyched up for it. will be far from overconfident Auburn." Cartier who finished
spring.
quarterback not where I'd
sitting on the bench, so he like to be because I still has So far this spring. Fisher when they go for The' Seminoles will be second in the mile run at
knows opportunity he haven't been introduced to a five in a row Saturday anxious to avenge last the SEC indoor cham-
gets to any show his stuff Fisher proven made my believersout point. new style of the wishbone night in Tallahassee.FSU year's 83.58 defeat in pionships ,is sufferingfrom
should be taken seriously. of many Gator fans offense. He is now given is having one of Gainesville when the a hip Injury which
And this Saturday, as early last season as he the opportunity to make a their best seasons ever Gators swept 12 of 17 first could keep out of the
split second
decision while the Gators
on are places. outdoor championships."I'm .
the Gator spring drills came in time after time to
where
slowly come to a halt. rescue a slumping Don the play should go. suffering through "This wiir/be a fantastic about to jump out

Fisher will be battling face Gaffney and assure some (See 'Fisher page 18) disappointing campaign thanks outdoor mainly challenge they have a for great us team' because and (See 'Track' page 18)




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REVENGEBy

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MARK JOHNSON the gods of baseball were
Alligator Sports WriterAs intent on flinging their wrath
an ominous mass of upon the Gators and their
black thunder clouds drifted soon-to-be-soaked fans.
over the deserted expanses of But the Gators have other
Perry Field, head baseball things to fear besides the .
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just suffered to the second for a two-game rematch \ :.:(.
ranked Florida State (FSU) against Ilth-ranked Miami "I
Seminoles. The Hurricanes, now 38-10,
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"It was just not in the will be out for blood as they
books when you don't win a try to avenge two Perry Field
game like that." Fuller said, losses to the Gators last
referring to the Gator's March. The two winning UF !II'
dramatic ninth-inning rally, pitchers in that series, John .
which fell agonizingly short.) Chappell and Craig Pippin, _.... .. ..,.
"We hit the ball hard all the are expected to start in the photo by .gorg kochantoc I jr.
way through and couldn't get Saturday and Sunday. afternoon GATORS' BILL RNNEY 'HOOKS' PAST THIRD BASEMAN JIM CROSTA I
anything, and they come up contests. ". .UF swept first series, but llth-ranked'Canes out for blood
with three scratch hits and an THE GATORS WERE 2-4
error in the ninth inning. going into that early March Saturday and 2-1: 'on Sunday.On Now, oddly enough, the notched His second win last overcome a season-long
"YOU JUST DON'T feel series, having just come off a Sunday, in one of the signs seem to be pointing the Saturday after a dry spell of slump by cracking five home
there's justice when they lose two-game sweep over St. Leo most dramatic endings of the Gators' way once more. six weeks., Cortese has been runs in the last two 'weeks.
.'em, but as the old sayinggoes with the aid of a game season the Gators'' John Chappell who has been working miracles- again with
that's baseball." winning home run by Jim Cortese slammed a two-run his game-winning grand slam Who knows, perhaps the
As Fuller spoke, a Joiner in the first game. triple into deep center field to kicked around a bit since his Gators are preparing for a
clamorous crackle of thunder Pippin and Chappell each score the winning runs before Miami victory, has now home run against FSU on couple encode victories this
,echoed in the distances. threw complete game victoriesas the thunderous cheering of thrown two complete gamesin Tuesday. And Joiner, star of weekend 'if the gods are
Somehow tu seemed as though the Gators won 8-2 on 1500 exuberant fans.. a row. Pippin finally the St. Leo series, has willing, that is.



Netters finish unbeaten in SEC :t.. : I



\ hit Ole Miss with 8-1 lossBy


KEITH CANNON The other three matches weren't'' nearly as close. Chap
..1 Alligator Sports Writer Brown whipped Bill Davis 6-2, 6-4 in the No.4 match, while
Richard Healy took a 6-4,6-4 victory against Bill Turner in
.' UF and Mississippi squared off in Men's tennis Wednesday No.5 action. Jim Oescher downed his No.6 opponent Randy
afternoon and the result was definitely an Ole Mismatch.In Hoover,6-4,6-1 for his 26th'straight victory of the season.
the heart of William Faulkner country the Gators UF teams won two of the three doubles matches. Diaz and
finished their SEC dual match schedule unvanquished Pressly won their No.l match against Wise and Turner 6-3,7-
downing the Rebels 81.For Coach Bill Potter's squad it was 6. In the No.2 match Brown and Healy teamed to beat
'\. their 24th win against two losses, and .the. eighth victory Shillinglaw and Hoover 6.3, 6-4.
.. against no defeats in conference play. The Rebels' only triumph of the day came in No.3 doubles
The UF-Ole Miss contest had been originally scheduled for where Marks and Davis edged Kunnen and Oescher 7-5, 7-6.
'''' '; '.. Saturday in Oxford, but was moved up due to flight- It was only the Gator duo's second loss of the year. The other
,,,4.: ., scheduling difficulties. But other than that, there were few came against North Carolina in March.
r: problems for the visitors. UF's final SEC match of the year, scheduled for,Friday at
All six singles matches went to the Gators in straight sets. Vanderbilt,was cancelled due to Vandyjs: spring exam period.
Juan Diaz won his 21st match of the year in No.l play beating The Gators close out their'1975 dual'match schedule,Monday
: ,. Drew Shillinglaw 7.5 61. afternoon at Varsity Courts:against Valdosta'State,,.whom the -
,- Dave Pressly held off Tad Wise in the second set of their netters beat 9-0 l in their season opener in February. if JOn ,
photo ,by bob wool No.2 match to win 6-3.7-5. Likewise,John Kunnen fended offa Tuesday, the' UF squad leaves for' Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
second set comeback by Peter Marks to win the No.3 match where they'll play in the SEC tournament Thursday through

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By RICK ADELMAN "That was the lowpoint of the season" Shulock continued."I .
Assistant Sports Editor didn't have a good series and neither did the team. That
Jimmy Shulock knows how to take advantage of a'great was my wont performance."
opportunity.The IN THE Kentucky series the Gator pitchers were roughedup
Gator's outstanding sophomore catcher waited for 16 runs. It's no secret that pitching problems have
patiently last season as senior John Fuller wound up his plagued UF all season and Shulock feels the difficulties can
catching career at UF. be traced back to the early part of the season.
SHULOCK SPENT about half of 1974 patrolling left field ''Everybody was basing the, team's outlook on just a 'few I ,t
but he wasn't really content. Catching was infinitely more pitchers instead of looking at the whole staff. You'c could: feel'
appealing. the under-confidence in the pitchers."
"1'd rather catch than do anything else" said Shulock. "There were two parts of the team. ..the pitchers and the
"My whole life.I was brought up as a catcher and if it shows, rest. There was a separation. Everyone had confidence in
well I just hope it stays that way." themselves but not in the pitching."
Indeed,the Vero Beach native looks like he was destined to TIlE FACT that the Gators are out of the pennant chase is
be a ballplayer. He has a picture book swing and seems to be not totally discouraging to Shulock.
in complete control behind the plate. "There is no pressure on us now so we're just going to relax
FUNDAMENTALLY, SHULOCK is sound in the aspects and try to take the big men out of the race."
of the game. Now it's a question of becoming consistent. Contending Tennessee was' a victim of the Gator giant
"I 1 think I have a good knowledge of the game" Shulock killers this past weekend when they dropped two of three
said."It's a matter of putting it.together,Ninety per cent of crucial contests,to UF
catching is upstairs" said Shulock pointing to his head. "EVERYBODY DID their jobs and the pitching came
Presently Shulock is batting .277, is second on the team in through," Shulock said. "We beat Tennessee because we
'" home runs with four and ranks third with 22 RBI's. Not bad played as a team. We had confidence in ourselves."
for a sophomore you say? Unfortunately for the Gators, their newly found confidencewill
"I DON'T feel I've played that well" said Shulock count only towards next season. A season that Shulock is
4' seriously. ".277 isn't too good. My goal this season was to hit looking forward to; photo by andy newman
1 .300 and be the best defensive catcher possible." "I feel I can hit.325 no trouble at all it's just that most of it
Shulock was hitting in the .300s'until the Gators played is'above the 'shoulders." m ; UFS SOPHOMORE CATCHER JIM SHULOCK I
t Kentucky on the road and dropped all three' games.The seriesall .ShuJoc 's right he's. just about got it all from'the neck ."Ninety l per cent is upstairs""Now
but ended UF's conference title hopes. down..


-Fisher' 'T k'rJc mile; Frank. .Betts, Cartier, 1 Vjnce. .I"m just bettering Pyke's old mark
on blocking' formations Bill Hicks: Dennis beside myself." by four seconds. "
before so it's all very'new," Skelton. Par Wallin and BENSON SAID 'Wallin THE SPRINTS are
(from page 17) he said. "But it has helped (from page 17) 'Steve Gomez." might be forced to .run probably FSU's longsuit as
"Last season we had a me'understand the' whole the window."' said distance both Vesco Bradley and
definite play in' mind but wishbone system a lot coach Roy Benson only "But Skelton's been both the mile and three. lessee Forbes have clocked
now the quarterbacks can better." half sarcastically."AT hurt the entire year, Betts, mile 9.3 second hunreds."A .
look at the blocking and The Gators have been THE beginning of flunked out of school and "I don't like to double a couple of their guys
decide if they should give working hard all week the year we started with six Gomez has to run the 880 guy but we can't give FSU 'ran in'the low 47's for 440
the ball to the fullback or preparing for *this *' guys who ,could ,run the because: Tuitt is hurt." any opportunities" added yards said Benson) "so
pitch it wide., weekends Orange and Benson. "With Par 'and (Beaufort) Brown, and
"It really adds a lot of Blue game..Safety Wayne IMTOAMURALS Billy in the mile we have a (Noel) Gray will really be
five yard plays to the game Fields and defensive end good chance to finish one- pushed." -
but ,it's a big respon- Mike Smith will probablymiss Today is the deadline for fraternity swim meet, two." In addition Brown will
sibility." the game as they are signing up for''Men's Dormitory Monday, 7 p.m. and the Wallin will be joined i in compete' in the 220 yard
Its taken several weeksto suffering from minor i Softball and Sorority' sorority swim meet May 6, the three mile by Neal dash along with Stanley
totally learn his new injuries. i Swimming.I Contact the IM 4:30: p.m. Sign-up in the IM Pyke and sophomore Harris and Sheldon Wade.
responsibility but Fisher Other than that, the office, 229 Fla. Gym 392- office Kenny Prevatt.: At the The Gator entries in the
i' has it just about down pat squad should be at" full )581. Tuesday is the deadline for Penn Relays'last weekend hundred ,will be Harris,
right now. strength for the 3 p.m. signing up for Men's Independent Prevatt set the school. six Wade, and Bermuda
"I've never concentrated kick-off. Officials are needed at the Handball. mile record of 29:49: ,_ freshman Mike Sharpe.
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Lives.l MAY 4, 1975 '

TWO SHOWINGS By CHRIS GARRITY runnerup Oklahoma. John N.J. in March.
Alligator Sports Writer Carroll University of Ohio They ,will both wrestle
fi 4 p.m. 7p.m.1900N.W.13HiSt.. The Southeastern Conf winners of the college Oklahoma Dec.,' 30 and
erence champion UF division and Montclair State Purdue the following day. bothin
M wrestling team will face their which finished second will Miami. -
T toughest competition this also be meeting the Gators. Coach Gary Schneider said
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The Gators will put their 33 placed in the top 20 of the recognition if they can 4efeat
STUDENT FARMWORKER COMMITTEE straight dual match winning University and College those teams.
streak on the line when they divisions respectively. "IT TOOK SOME work
tangle with this past year'stwo UF will wrestle Iowa Dec. and will definitely be our
National Collegiate 14 in N.Y. Iowa had seven toughest schedule. But this is
Athletic Association: (NCAA) place finishers when they won the only way you can have a
BEGINNINGSSchool school champs Iowa and the nationals in Princeton nationally .ranked team by
wrestling the best."
L In all UF will wrestle 16
UF OrangeBlue dual meets and will competein
( Pre
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Schneider is
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: :, } Florida Field the day of set for 3 p.m. following a former Gator wrestlers Jeff
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Alligator providing readers with answers to questions concerning featuring' Clara $60
academic procedures, veterans, married students, May 31 I
Greeks,handicapped students,graduates, minlority students, Joyce Cinty $65 'lease signed after

women programs, new student programs and International Marcy Geraldine ,May 31 '
'students. Bring questions to the Office for Student
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Services, 129 Tlgert Hall, or call 3921261. .FALL RATES') I'
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(GRE) IN JUNE. IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET THE. FEE hair cuts, men's hair styling to give $95 June 15 .

WAIVED To be eligible? for the $10.50 or$21.00 fee waiver a student you the right look for'the summer. $ 1 00 'lease signed' after, '
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must be a senior receiving financial assistance through the Call for appt.
university whose parental contribution is estimated to be zero Pool Furnished Color TV In Every Apt.
for the student's senior year. Students who have a six Individual Bedrooms
classification are eligible. 372-0300 116 NW 6th St.
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with the Office for Student. Financial 'Affairs.. The waiver ,
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paid. Students interested should contact Dean Loyce Katz
Sparkman. Room 129 Tigert Hall 3921261. .. '
DOES THE UNIVERSITY PROVIDE ANY COUN-- 1 + -TC "
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located in the Infirmary. Contact Dr. Ann Lynch. 3921171. ;'1" ,," "." M .'''''' $ >q ,. '" .t.. .... I ii, -t ';
The University Counseling Center is located in 311 Little Hall ", .If.'t 'J. ,.i> ''" ; ,4:i>;%,. ;$0 1'"'. '_
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