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A new 'home for Vietnamese refugeesThree I


young Vietnamese' refugeei stand outside by a contingent of government officials and a high up a representative government during their stay in
their new home ,in,:'the U.S.; a canvas topped tent school band. the tents. ,
containing 12 army ,cots, sheets, pillows blanket. *, The flags were distributed by American volunteers
towels and an 'individual bar of, Sunlight soap. The refugees will stay at the tent city on the ,base working with the refugees. '
The first group refugees to come to Florida's Eglin ,until American sponsors can be found.: Air Force
Air Force,Base arrived early Sunday morning, greeted officials say the Vietnamese will be encouraged to'set See stories page four.



Many women: faculty, salaries below average m

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By JANET PARK, plan, according to former interim Affirmative Action total number of women in faculty positions UFclaims 12.9
Alligator:Staff Writer Coordinator Dorothy Nevill. per cent for 1974-7,while the national percentage is 19.3 per
; DR.HAROLD HANSON, UF executive vice president and '
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Female faculty members are paid, above the national director for affirmative action,indicated he was pleased with cent.University system percentages of women teachers range
average in two of four categories, while male'faculty more the women's comparison to the national average. from a low at UF of 12.9 per cent to a high at Florida A&M
than,.fheir,'national counterparts all four categories., "We're trying and we intend to keep at it." he commented.. University where 40 per cent of the faculty is female.
Female,assistant professors earn',$69 more,and female "We're getting more able In these areas. The system (before
associate professors earn $27 more'than national averages equal opportunity plans went into effect) wasn't conducive"to Affirmative action programs for'equal opportunity went
compiled by'The Chronicle: of Higher Education. women,moving up. There was no incentive for a woman to into effect at UF in March, 1974, but female hirings don't
HOWEVER female Instructors at UF earn" $1,395 less publish or,get an ,advanced degree," he continued." affect percentages as drastically as schools with fewer faculty
.than the 1974-75:'national average. ''and"female.. profesSorsmake .UF compares unfavorably with the nation's percentage members, Nevill l said.
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$276,less:

',national Male .faculty average.salaries; ranged from. "$87" to' $255, ,above:the' Local voters ,go to polls Tuesday .

.r> Male professors earn $191, more;"male associate professorsearn -
election.
$87 more;.male assistant professors earn ,$255 more and For pre-election/ coverage,
,;instructors are paid $125.above,the national figures.The Voting booths will be set up at Reitz Union as well as at
female categories,showing ,the higher'pay rate, and several off-campus locations. '
assistant and aSSociate'P"f! Ye..the',1. concentration seepages eight nine.By Voting areas accessible to most students Include: J J. Finley
of new employes hired under the affirmative action School at 1912 NW 5th Ave.; P.K. Yonge School at 1080 SW
11th St.; Santa Fe Jr. College West Campus at 723 W. '
JUDY MOORE University Ave.; and the. Kanapaha Hall Presbyterian Churchon
MEllI WQMIHi' Afflfator.Staff Writer Archer Road. .
UP NATIONAL UP NATIONAL Nine candidates are seeking'election: to'two Gainesville City
More than 10,000 of, the 36,000 ,voters registered for Commission Seats. K

", ..' PROFESSOR I 22,1'5$ 220614, ;,119.169, ,$20,145AUOcIAT 'tomorrow's city commission election are students. Yet, In the Group 1 race, incumbent commissioner. Joseph
student turnout on voting day is usually"very low" accordingto Little-a UF,law professor, seeking ve-dectioii*He is opposed
Alma Bethea supervisor of elections. by Wayne Harley, a'libertarian'and 'a,UP psychology
$PlOftssol 11 1'.133 $1e,746 115.147. I1U2O' Today the Alligator' provides .candidate profiles' and senior, and by George Luzmavet HI, a' Gainesville meat
. discussion of the issues, designed. to aid students in. understanding merchant.: A profile of the Group One candidates appearedin
the problems'facing Gainesville's citY '
ASSiSTANTPROFESSOR 14.024 'IU" 113.051 '12.919I government Friday's Alligator.
and the effect: of,the issues of the campaign'on the Aaron Green, James Hyland, Al Muzzell, James Shelton
.... . J ... .. ... ... ,,- c student. '*,'. 'fI' % /.*, .*. .*.*, s ,...*.*/..."#... :',f.',. T.E.:flX l WffliwH>4t and Ann, WfcAi\ art vying! for the Group
" :.. ""' $4TRUCTOR .:.Uoo $T0:7S' $1,09p' '.$10l I ANY ,STUDENT',Mzb' 'ti ,reglsiered"and MrmArftnia'OaincsvilleV : ( :Two seat being vacated by.NtU Botkrwho' b not to
, eligible
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I US faces worse energy crisis than 197,3. :E. I


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WASHINGTON (UPI) The U.S. energy crisis is worse In addition Zarb said the U.S. is a "price hostage" to the -
today than it was before the 1973 Arab embargo, and any new' oil producing nations. U.S. payments for foreign oil have /
cutoff foreign oil might bring gasoline rationing within 90 increased from $3 billion in 1970 to $25 billion this year he monday
days Federal Energy Administrator Frank Zarb said Sunday.
Zarb said'"everything is going the wrong way" in America's said."The most extreme step if necessary would be gasoline
energy equation. rationing. We have a,plan for that which could be fully LL J./ OPSUJTime
"Production in! this country is.declining, and at the same operational! within 90,days..* i ) ) j
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time demand is rising," he said in an interview in the current
Issue.of U.S. News and World Report.. "Imports make up the

difference."The crisis when you look: at the facts, is worse than before 'f Norfolk jail break tryNORFOLK I
the Arab'oil embargo of t 197374. We are now vulnerable to
the extent that 38 percent of our supply comes from abroad
and this soon will rise to'40 per cent.
Va. (UPI) A maximum security"prisoner steak sandwiches and six milkshakes: authorities said.
The with a taste for steak sandwiches, milkshakes and beer held City Sheriff Charles Leavitt in charge of the jail said,
jobless rate haspeaked three guards hostage at the Norfolk City Jail for nearly 10 "time was on our side and that was'what,we played for and

hours before surrendering to police early Sunday. what we needed..
Officers said.Jackson was returning from a shower at 6:45:
Prisoner, Donnie Jackson 26. originally captured four
; Simon says deputy sheriffs, but traded one, George Maro e..for a can of p.m. Saturday when he suddenly produced a small caliber
beer:. pistol from beneath his bath towel. He herded Chief Jailer
John Casey and guards Marotte Joe Williams and R.E.
WASHINGTON (UPI) 'Treasury Secretary William Jackson also demanded his freedom, a priest a telephoneand Linsberry into a corner room in the seventh floor maximum
Simon said Sunday unemployment" has about reached its peak $1 million. Midway,through the ordeal, he asked for six security section.
and should begin to level' off.soon.
,But the prediction was'made cautiously, and Simon said .' .
,future''unemployment',can't be gauged'with precision.. Legislature begins second half I
The Department. of Labor'announced', Friday unem :
ployment reached 8.9 per cent in April. Simon said this'was

close to administration predictions of a maximum 9 percent TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (UPI) The legislature begins the the financial disclosure requirements and Code of Conduct f for
unemployment.. :second half of the 1975 session this week with the House public officials. Three House-Senate conference committees
"Our forecasts for recent months.have- been that unemployment voting out the bud8et'earlier than;ever-before and. Senate will work toward a compromise: 'on government reorganizationand
would continue .to: Increase' and only begin :Ito' committees readying a budget for floor action next week.A medical malpractice Insurance.
stabilize after economic recovery had already occurred House impeachment committee .votes Monday on .
Simon added. "We.have forecast that tunem"Student"- oXftv whether .to recommend impeachment of Supreme Court But the budget will take precedence: over about everythingelse
peak in the 'area of p,: Md ,Hat' OindJdoi.. Honda\ Justice Joe Boyd and the House will take up bills stiffening .this week.



a We ve <.? to ruled

There is one person DiaOe SUMMERSPECIAL



we all agree on II !!


? The decision of'the City Commluion profoundly affect the lives of
', students particularly in these times of economic crisis and double-digit month
per
M Inflation. It is my belief that Ann Winnie I Is the best qualified candidate
to represent our Interest
"' -1J ,hn Alyce/jc CCld.McAdamFor 44. RESERVE FOR SUMMERBEFORE


MAY 15th
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too long students living and going to school in Gainesville have AND SAVE.
.'. ignored their city government. Perhaps this explains why the Interests of
: students have always taken a back seat to the Interests of other AFTER
,. Gainesville residents. If we are to be heard it Is important that we ac. MAY 15th
tively support a candidate who has hod the courage to speak out for our
Jt X\\interests. We believe that Ann Winnie Is such a person. I
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Ann Winnie I I U',:i : .. President Beet Student Jim Eaton Body STILL CHEAPER per THAN m on th

LAST SUMMER
.. Immediate refund I feel that Ann Winnie would be the best representative for students,
o f security deposits I er to serve on the City Commission. From her proposals she undoubtedly only 25 yards from campusindividual
has their welfare at heart. The City Commission Is presently composed of bedrooms
various economic Interests. There has never, however, been a students'

Sunday liquor sales, ':.". voice. :Ann Winnie would be that voice. -e' furnished dish wohor

by referendum ." ::.r.r"t: ':", "" Rossihompson shag carpeting

J', ., .,. Presidential Candidate Grassroots Reform Organization
Lower utility rates ;\ Also
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.Student representationV/ :" : '. .

on city advisory boards Her Activities Include: the place


Planned Parenthood (Director) 1231 S.W. 3rd Ave.


VOTE Gainesville Organizations for __ 372-3557

Equal Rights .Amendment (officer) ,. .Tbolfid.p.ndoi.1 Florida All**,it or 11..fieF .......
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pwbdcotioii, of Compui eo",. wlpan* pr.vid.dMuncaon.
ANN : Florida Sierra Club (officer) non-prohl corporoNon kworporotod It li S prlvol*. rtwovgh.wdor ttudom of tho 90.InwnIN of* maws< .
publMtod Untoorafty
.t,.""..T..k'y.' .. .> .*...*...,, Juno tho IndoBindint flwtdo. AIHgoMrn .
Common Cause ........ one..,riird* *'* pwb"1ehe4 ..rv. tho tgM. H *...' '. INS
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: -."" tore rroni Lawyer AIWy...........rf in.*."?.hs!'"ps's&,,.,.."<*...+nien....., ..von..c.s...y .11, :c.end..V N. .,COftII4orI....... w ,lint-.,
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WINNIECity oro I M of.tl.4NOn.1.. .tIII.ble.
....Mon.>.*. orMclot" 0A4I .....d.,...ft of* The Md.p.nd.M ,.... AIIig oMrFlondo :
Legal Work for Corner. It's Univ.n. ty 01 ..... the ... .iII cootldorfr odi--' of
not
Drugstore ...... byI... /nd .....;.... p.VM.M o..y .....ertIMMOM.All. .
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Commission Group: II" ." Attorney for Women's Health Clinic Tho P0. Mopondo to. *. 'lor... "11....Ie.'" ..rose/vial.......... IS..n55Is hp NMhic.l-011> notiM. M
'IJM4.Nord. ....
May '6,, 1973.. ,. ,. ._ ................. ," '. ., d 0.-.11.. .UII'-.y. ,U60'. tho.01101'\.w.: .puss MiM(N I)o the oy...s. ...:,:1.41'x"5 s.n gs..,
.::::. ; ..Ii.. ( psnd.Plrd.AUtJss, ..",,.... ........ Thorfco /.l.d.'M. PI''' ,'i
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|Pd. PoL Ad-by.Stodents>> ,fe. Winnie Xampala.it.Herry! iesnten! ..Presldent' | .. }lY.iub.e: rp.Mi O'>> .Io.o.l|!f f.M 00..oor-.voor .ytWf'g'Ti.*??'?*I..*- .1 l'r!'*"> '.''



The Independent Florida Alligator,Monday,May 6, Ihs,Pag 3
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"J1 O yironment't1prodtct; (; enod.de. : Alligator DEBBIE Staff IBERT Writer summer. limiting quarters fall enrollments to the fall 1974

level until enrollment in the other quarters,

j : ; of 1)yU The. Board of Regents is expected to decide including summer, has reached 90 per cent of
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H ,: the fall enrollment
pnCjOf; fiyetproposaito j encourage more. quarter
one ? ,
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: $2.50 credit
J''l ; students to' attend summer quarters at a 'tacking per surchargeonto
meeting today in Boca Raton. the tuition of students in the fall, winter,
All I entries due The.' regents are "likely to approve" a and spring quarters, returning the surchargeto
by4pm suggestion recommended by the Council of the student in the form of credit toward
r" University Presidents that summer studentsbe summer quarter tuition.
,. Also the board's agenda is the questionof
May 12 ; given a $S per credit hour reduction in on
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.1. tuition while students in the other three splitting UFs College of Architecture and
in. quarters pay $1 more, according to Hendrix .rme Arts' into two separate, colleges. The
'. .
Chandler, the regents corporate secretary. proposal has already won approval from
E AGO ff ice. The: other four proposals ,have been department chairmen who say separation will
"generally opposed" for making summer increase"visibility"for the disciplines In both
Room 304
attendance mandatory or for being too colleges.
"complicated" to administer Chandler said. Reorganization would put the departmentof
Phone The altered tuition rates under the architecture and the department of
2-1635 "financial. incentive", proposal would only building construction under the College of
apply at the undergraduate level. None of the Architecture. The College of Fine Arts would
plans deal with increasing summer house the department of art. the departmentof
'enrollments in graduate schools. music and a new department of theatre.
decided the wouldgo Regents' program and communication
Any plan on by regents
. into effect in the summer of 1976,if it is committee staff have recommended the
the division be approved, since dividing the two
approved by legislature.
I Four other proposals under considerationare colleges will not require any additional
: personnel or space.
requiring first-time-in-college students to A study on the !role, and scope' of all
before language degree programs in each of the nine
least
attend at one summer quarter
MOTHER'SDAY graduating with a baccalaureate degree state universities has also been recommended
prohibiting students from enrolling for implementation by the regents.
two consecutive fall quarters unless they have
? attended at least one of the two preceding (See 'Regents', page five)


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1 J\!' ' I'f+ir.,: ,jl,;",> 4..<,'' < By STUART EMMRICII THE SMALL CHILDREN smiled and
I Staff Writer laughed among themselves as they left the
', Alligator plane. The adults, however, were mostly

;'" ,>-, ." !! EGLIN AFB Greeted by the Niceville somber greeting welcoming officials with.
I \ r1c s (. t \ extended quick handshake and a
,, t.fi4' ,j yQ) High School band playing "America the an smile. brief
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Beautiful 344 Vietnamese refugees
weary
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:: stood in
arrived here early Sunday morning to begin a The refugees a tight clump on the
i. waiting for the buses which
airstrip would
,' new, life in the U.S.
: ,,'. The first planeload of what is expected to take them to the tent city. .
i' ., be at least 2.500 refugees coming to Eglin At first, the Vietnamese stood solemnly in
t x d w e, # arrived at 6:45: a.m., twice delayed by fuel and place but then gradually loosened up and
processing problems. talked to the swarming reporters.A .
ALSO ON THE plane were 24 U.S. NUMBER OF the refugees particularlythe
citizens mostly State Department officials, heads of the households, spoke some
and six persons from other Southeast Asian English.One .
countries who were staying in Vietnam. small child refused to say a word to
The chartered Northwest Orient Airlines anyone; he just stood clutching his slightly
jumbo jet left Guam early Saturday with two frayed stuffed panda bear staring fearfully at
long stopovers in Honolulu and San Franciscoon the onslaught of photographers.One .
the way. woman in her early forties started to
Three more planeloads of fleeing South cry softly as she stood on the airstrip but then
Vietnamese approximately 600 total are brushed back her tears and fought to retain

\ expected to land at Eglin today. More are her composure.
w1w Jr ,- ,- supposed to arrive this week but officials say JAMES CHANDLER, THE U.S. State
they are not sure exactly how many. Department official in charge of the Eglin
THE REFUGEES, most of them from refugee operation gave a short welcoming
.'. ; upper and middle class families will be speech to the refugees.The .
housed in a "tent city" on a remote part of microphone was not working well,
Eglin north of the main base areas. however and the speech was inaudible to
( Most of the refugees brought nothing with everyone except the Air Force officials
them but a few clothes and personal flanking Chandler.
belongings but others had with them as muchas While waiting for the buses to take her and
a pound of gold.A her family to their new home at the tent site,a
A bank to exchange currency for the Vietnamese woman the wife of a wealthy ,
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8 k S refugees and to provide a savings depositoryhas Saigon exporter, said she worried about what
been established at the site. was in store for them in the U.S. in spite ofa
CONSTRUCTION OF THE camp site pound of gold she carried in her baggage.
began last Thursday and Air Force personnel "WE HAD TO leave almost everything we
worked two 12-hour shifts each day to reach owned behind in Saigon. The only things I
completion by the time of the first arrivals. have are the clothes that I am wearing and
More than 200 tents each capable of some things in a bag" Lai Thi Tam ex
holding 12 people have been constructed at plained. ,
the site. "My husband he is all the time crying
Minutes after landing Van Tran a local, because he has lost everything the house,
Vietnamese girl attending nearby Okaloosa the car everything" she said in carefully
Junior College boarded the plane explain to pronounced English.
the refugees what was planned. Tarn who worked in the U.S. Embassy in
APPROXIMATELY 15 minutes later, the South Vietnam, said she left Saigon because
first Vietnamese started to come out, led by the Communists would have killed her due to
an elderly woman grasping an orange cloth her connection with the U.S.
sack. SHE SAID SHE was also worried about
She came out slowly, hesitated at the top of relatives left in Vietnam who might be
the steps leading down to the reception area harmed by the new Vietnamese government.
looked around and then walked down. After arriving at the tent city which for
She was quickly followed by groups of ,some of them might be the only home they
families all holding small bags of clothes and have for as long as 90 days, the refugees were
other personal belongings staring at the divided up into groups mostly ,along family
photo by eric,strip' small crowd of local citizens and more than lines.
I VIETNAMESE CHILD CLUTCHES PANDA BEAR 125 reporters all jockeying for a full look at The groups were then put in five differentrows
{ .. one of 344 refugees who arrived at Eglin-A.F.B. Sunday the refugees. of 13 tents. A volunteer was assigned to

each tent as a "monitor" to help the refugees
get settled and explain what had to be done.
t t Woman forced to leave husband IMMIGRATION. 'PROCESSING began
; right away with cards for people to fill out,
living names ages, sex:' and if they speak


-t; says he was ''too old to compete'By Issued English.Social to security all the,refugees.,cards: will ultimately be

No refugees will be allowed to leave the tent

STUART EMMRICHand She was accompanied only by-her 19-year she city until they completely: processed and
Although said she was'treated
old son. "very have sponsors who will take care of them.
HO VAN lAM SOUTH VIETNAMESE who wanted to nice" by'the officials at both places TOlD CHANDLER SAID there may be problems
Alligator Staff WrHmEGLIN escape the country were given numbers at the crowded.explained conditions were extremely hot and finding sponsors for all the refugees, and
American embassy in Saigon which they were some may still be homeless at the end of the
THERE WERE
long lines for food
but 9Oday'period estimated as the maximum
told would determine the order of the flight,
Toan said. said.everyone was provided three meals a day, she processing time.

: AFB It took the elderly woman Toan was given number 84, "But they never Asked if the food The fate of unsponsored Vietnamese is still
nearly two weeks and almost all her 84 if .. was good Toan replied, uncertain.
money get to you want to get out you had to I didn't attention
but Tran Thi Toan has finally reached the pay." she said. enough."pay having food is good He added however, that. _"people vn
United States. In order to get inside the Saigon airport to Coming from a rich calling in from all over" to find out how to
One of the 344 Vietnamese refugees who wait for an evacuation,plan Toan said she Vietnam Toan said she family in South sponsor a family, and the situation "looks
came to Eglin Air Force Base early,Sunday paid a group of Vietnamese and Americans at could bring to the U.S. was upset that all she promising." ,
morning, Thon says she is relieved to be out of the gate 2.5 million piastres- approximately thin stick of gold and were a few clothes, a ALTHOUGH OFFICIALS have hesitatedto
embattled South Vietnam, but said her 76- 53.000. ,She ,said she a pearl necklace. discuss the cost of placing the refugees in
yearold husband could not escape. TOAN SAID SHE had to spend two days soldiers that anything was else told by, 'Vietnamese the U.S., it Is estimated that SS million will be
she
EXPLAINING HER husband was "too old inside the airport, sleeping on the sidewalks be taken away. brought would needed over the next 90 days to operate the
to compete"with the younger people trying to and paying approximately 75 cents for a pieceof Although she said Eglin camp.
get out of the country she said she was bread or a soft drink. would be a problem for speaking her no English No funds have been appropriated by
worried about him and four of her sons.. After getting a flight out of the country .asnt too worried because here she said she Congress for the refugee relocation but
Toan said her entire family could not affordto about 10 days ,ago Toan went to the some English and her son speaks Chandler said immediate needs ,are being
bribe its way out of the country. Phtllippines, and then on to Pita.." ., married daughter in they San plan Diego.to live with her funded I by excess money.from different StateDepartment

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1 'I Hi.Independent" florid Alligator,Monday,May 5,1975,fog 5

I WHAM HAPPENING.By .
New Office HoursBranch TOM VEENSTRA 373-6001. '. '

Alligator Staff Writer MOVIE "The Dybbuk", showing Jewish
exorcism will be shown at the Hillel Jewish
Office TOO HOT?! The UF Hiking Club is Student Center Tuesday night a 8. The movieis
planning a tubing party at their meeting in Hebrew with English subtitles and
tonight at 8 in room 220 of the Florida Gym. admission is SO cents.
i""" SKYDIVING DEMO There will be a free SAVANT Applications for the coed honorary

., .; ; ;',:. :. skydiving movie Tuesday night. 7 in Tolbert leadership organization SAVANT are
11" ); ; .' """ area's south movie room. available at the Student Activities desk on the
l IJI! 5:,.lrrM./! .;Onr O! ',,! 1',( ;;,..1.JIi. ':IOJ ,s. .t.... .- .i'j; 'l.J..1: GAHffiSVILLE CREASE: The Hillel Jewish third floor ofthe J.Wayne Reitz Union until Sp.m.
.
.J.:' ;II, .:j j",;'J"\ '" r..y "r'. Student 'Center invites anyone interested in everyday until May 8.
,."" '71' :I; \ !:.,;,(. I.,:,i, .;' helping with a 50's Oldie Goldie Dance to LECTURE "The Perception of Auditory
8am-3:30pm.: meet tonight at 7 at the center, 16 NW 18th Temporat Senses" is the title of a lecture by
t''* j t.?, St. Dr. William Yost of UFs Communication
.p' "j.. j *. r;:. Sciences Lab at 3:30: p.m. today in the Arts
:. FREE FILMS "Margaret Sanger" and
Main Office .. '; "Before the Mountain Was Moved" will be and Sciences Building room 68.
'. ..(*.?>1: ","!11 '0 featured at the EAG film festival Tuesday at POETRY TALK Robert Fitzgerald
: 7:30 in 361.3 of the J. professor of Poetry at Harvard University
J''I:.*<"* ;:fIJ' : p.m. rooms Wayne.
speak Tuesday night at 8 in the J. Wayne
"w\'''\4 t.J:>.i\'I.t Reitz Union.
: *.. ,,\ *.. -" ,-. '.....,. 'Ia. ': Reitz Union Auditorium. Admission is free.
Open .. .:I .. BLOCK AND BRIDLE Dr.. Mike Fields of DANCE FILMS. The Belknap Collection will
f ', Animal Sciences will be the guest lecturer at present two free dance films, "The
\, the Block and Bridle meeting tonight at 7 in'
: Denishawn Era" and "An Overview of Jazz
o Mondays' 11 am7pm ; :', room G186. of McCarty Hall. Everyone is and Tap" tonight at 7:30 in the J. Wayne
welcome.J Reitz Union Auditorium.
1
COUNCIL The Journalism College Council HISTORY The History Department will
will meet tonight from 7 to 9 in Stadium room meet tonight at 7:30 in room 112 in PeabodyHall
Tues-Fri. Sam3:30: 223 to discuss allocation of journalism funds. to elect.the Arts and Sciences Student
For more information call Reed Somberg at Council.


DATE"', ADVANCES AT 2:30 DAILY I Regents! .

((from page three) students taking courses at a state universitywill
." 'f In recent years the number of students in have their grades and credit recorded in
.
: :: S language courses has declined, Chandler said. the'manner as the university they 'regularly.
".,. .' "The regents feel the time has come for a .attend would record them.
:;
S 4.vS S. thorough study of, the whole range of a recommendation to put into writing an
language programs," he continued. "unwritten rule" forbidding regents to Influence -
1200 S. W. 'Fifth AvinueCAM'pUSF UFs doctoral degree program in French is a student's admission to a state
one of those put on "probation" because of university, or the hiring and promotion of
underproductivity. While the minimum employes.
number of degrees for a doctoral program is establishing a system-wide policy for
two per year, UFs program in French gave handling the professional fees paid to
out an average of 1.2 Ph.D.'s per year from physicians who serve on the clinical staffs of
CREDIT UNION i 1968 to 1974. university medical centers, patterning the
.. .. The regents will also consider: proposal after the policy followed at the J.
a revised rule to' insure that transient Hillis Miller Health Center.









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Eight Academy Awards are among the impressive list of 10:00: AM TO 4:00: 'PM Vegetable dish6y Kathy ,
honors accorded Columbia Pictures'dramatization of James Dinaberg.WEDNESM.
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,,. By JANET PARK said he will use the flexibility to create facultj '3448 Nksf University Manua 373-9233 Monday'Fciday b-7 Saturday 9-7
Alligator Staff Writer positions with budgeted 'f nds:
"OF COURSE, LUMP-SUM funding
Last quarter when asked what he would do doesn't mean more money just a differentway
if someone else was recommended for the job to budget. We actually don't know what specialties
he has held temporarily since last summer. the sum of the lump will be,"he said. fisherman
Dr. Robert Bryan, UFs choice for permanentvice Dr. Harry Sisler, dean of the praduate
president for academic affairs said School and chairman of the search and screen AUGRADN OYS1BS AUGlA1IH
nothing. committee, said Bryan had no special ad- SHRIMP Succulent oytlert baked In a
cooked In
Instead,. he grimaced and drew his vantage in holding the interim position. Delteloui lender shrimp. Served with a delklout Muce. Served with" your
rich ouce.
his neck. "The is he's Augrafln choke of potato or ,ipoghettl and
forefinger sharply across Sisler said, advantage that{ your choke of potato or tpoghottiondcoUilow. coletlow. S2.M
THAT GRIM SCENARIO is unlikely to be there and knows the local situation. sin
tested. "BUT lIE HAD TO MAKE some very HALl AND HA&I STEAK AND SCAMPI
Bryan has been recommended by both a painful decisions this year and there was a Succulent Mod shrimp send. with" Shrimp Kompl served with" a
dellcloulIUt01 Sirloin' Stood.Served
search and screen committee and UF chance for some tensions to develop," Sisler delicious grouper llngm.of Served or with your choke of potato or
President Robert Q. Marston to become UFs said.Bryan with pogheffl your and choke col.ilaw. potato$123 sP9M l end cole ilaw. Ut5.
top academic officer, a post he has held nearlya acknowledged he had to make mMNfDS1UftID SMdMP
year as interim. unpleasant decisions to deal with shortages in delkloM ROUMMTirCRMTender oft ihell 11 crab and Stuffed ihrlmp. served witfi" aMid
Today the Board of Regents will either UFs Education and General budget, which flounder Mrved with your delicious filet or SIrloIn Steak
confirm or deny Marston's recommendation.But includes 10 academic colleges. However choke of I potato or spogb ill and Select your choke of o potato or'
with the full support of University System Bryan said he didn't think any of the 13 cole ilow. (2.99 ipoghettl and cole iknw. / UWfishecman.
' Chancellor Robert Mautz approval is likely: members of the search and screen committee -
IN AN ALLIGATOR interview Friday,. would be "petty" enough to allow his budget- ItalM
Bryan discussed his view of UFs future.. trimming decisions to influence their choice.
Bryan said that in light of bleak funding "RECALLING THOSE interim in- 2310 SW 13th St.
prospects, UF must consider giving up some structors' positions ((19 professors' contractswere
low-productivity programs to centralized not renewed due to budget problems) We accept Master Chargeand
at one state university. was the hardest decision I ever had to make In BankAmericard: .' S
UF can no longer strive to be like "a full my life," Bryan said.'
service bank. Bryan said. Of the plans to increase summer
INSTEAD UF SHOULD concentrate on enrollment at state universities "There's only.
emphasizing: its strong points, he said. one that I like," Bryan said.
Bryan's first priority is "repairing the He supports the program to lower summer MONDAY ,
damage done to a number of departments," tuition $5 per 'credit hour saving a 15-hour :
including English, zoology and physics, when student $150 over .attendance any other
faculty members resigned and.a hiring'freeze quarter."I FREE BEER & WINE ,
prevented replacements.If don't think a budget mechanism to
the proposed,,,system 'of Jump. ':lrn compel attendance will work at a state school -10p.m.. Girls FREE Guys$2! 00 :
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H HAPPYHOURS remains critical ,

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UF coed Maria Garcia was still listed in critical condition
offs. 4. Sunday at W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital.
Garcia.4JM.fell approximately 20 feet from a Tolbert Hf
Tired of the same old meals, standing In line'?! .window ledge Wednesday while practicing ballet movements,,
_ 0 Jim Shuler information officer 'for ,the University Police.
Call Domino's' between 5 and 9 Mon thru Thurs Department (UPD) said.
Angela Garcia.Maria's mother. said Sunday her daughterwas
and order 1 Item in a coma when she was brought to the hospital. but she
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Shuler said Garcia allegedly drank five or six cups of wine
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"', .:.:.. Transportation Committee meeting today.
1710S.W. 13th St. ,...:, :...: The changes proposed by a subcommittee are suggestionson
ways to alleviate current faculty parking problems.
Students and other interested persons should be able to
11BagSixKs Fast Free voice their opinions at the meeting.. Dr. John S. Fitch
*' Delivery member of the ad hoc sub-committee said.
The meeting will be held at 3:30: p.m; in room 347 of the,

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After nearly ten yean of ringing on the half hour and
between classes the carillon bells will not be heard this
summer.
The man in charge of their timely sounding\ each day
I Associate Professor Willis Bodine of the music department.
I said the cessation is only temporary.
! I "REPAIR WORK and renovation of the University '
] Auditorium. where the equipment to operate the bells is
stored, caused us to shut them down at the end of winter
I' quarter." Bodine said.
I N .. Repairs are scheduled to begin in June. and by next
September the familiar'sounds of "Suwannee River" and
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Utility rates city budge f""I tR' gTtJ'g1tx The -i:


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Primary issues facing the


big issues saysWmnie; .; _is candidates,. finding,includes a way to: balance the

betterto city's $2.2 million budget deficit,

current proposals by the cit)\
tax commission include a
By JUDY)MOORE sales. property;
tax increase of one mill
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Alligator Staff Writer WINNIE said other states allow such I luxuryitems tai
increase per year for each
taxation and if elected, she would lobby to l,0a((

Ann Winnie, 27, a 1972 graduate of UF'slaw repeal the law in Florida. of appraised property value); i a
five cent cut in
school practices law in a private firm with Winnie said the liquor tax would provide than expenditures per for new capital outla;\

her husband John Winnie, also a UF law funds for such projects as the construction of equipment,
and $1 million
basic a
general
graduate. A Gainesville resident since 1969, the Northeast Community Center and the bond issue. revenue

Winnie is seeking election for the first time. reconstruction of the Hotel Thomas. need
to ahead with
She is co-chairwoman of the Coalition for the Winnie said she is also in favor of the sale go or delay the

Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and is-a of liquor on Sundays but believes the issue items. $1.3 million renovation of the
Hotel Thomas be
member of numerous civic associations. should be determined by a referendum."I to used as'cit)
offices and the $2
Winnie said she sees high utility rates and PERSONALLY see no reason not to million

ti city budget problems as the prime issues of allow Sunday liquor sales but I think the -Ann construction of the Northeas

the campaign. She said transfer to,the\the\ city people of the community should decide the Community Center on Waldi

of morel Regional Utilities Board (RUB) issue. It should be determined by contemporary Road which would include

profits 'could cure much of the city's budget community standards," she said. building of a swimming pool, i I

problem. Winnie said she has three ideas that wouldbe WinnieL 1ir day care center and a community

1 "HALF OF the profit of the RUB goes into of particular interest to students. meeting center.

a capital improvement fund from which about She proposed that the $60 utility deposit

90 per cent of the expansion and improvements paid by students living off campus be reduced

are done in the county. City taxes to $30 and be paid to the UF student Muzzell favors. 'renovaf

are supporting the whole county," she, said. government instead of the city government."IN ,

Winnie favors unification ,as a means of THAT way the student government By JUDY MOORE

creating equitable taxation. She said county would have money todraw interest from and Alligator Staff Writer

residents are paying one half the amount city to better programs for students. UF would be

residents for services. to the for This :1
the city
are essentially same responsible nonpayments.
Al Muzzell, 33, graduated from UF hi
Unification would also increase the' accountability would be good for both the university and the : .
ornamental horticulture and runs a l local
of government officials by endingthe city because UF has the power to hold back landscape and nursery business. A residentfor .
confusion over which governmental body grades and graduation -until payment is 'Too
13 years, Muzzell has served on several
has jurisdiction over which area, she said. made," she said.
appointed committees including the Capital
WINNIE advocates a municipal tax on'the' Winnie also proposed that, disputes between often
Outlay Committee and the Alachua Count
sale of all liquor to help alleviate the 'city's.financial landlord and tenant over deposit fees be )
Carrette. This is his second bid for a com
city
problems. She said the tax would settled by an unbiased housing inspector.
mission seat. He is sbgle.
bring in more than SI million per year in "Tenants are often powerless when it comesto governments
Muzzell said that the key to stable cit
revenue and would prevent increases in getting back deposits. Under this proposal, y,
property and sales taxes. landlords would have to show proof of'the government is more comprehensive cit) "..., ",
planning. i'
"It is better to tax luxury: items than basic condition of the apartment to a housing do things "" ,'I\"' '"''' ,'''
"The problem is that there is lack ol f '
need hems. Property taxes affect almost all inspector," she,said. a "l'rfI.
cohesive planning between the various j"l "
citizens and sales taxes are often too much on Winnie said more students should be city haphazardly-' 'if'',

the low income person," she said. appointed to key city advisory positions so planning munication boards.and unified If there was more com <;!J'j

Presently Florida Statute Section 561.342 that student issues could play bigger part in planning by "the ': ,t';
boards, problems could be avoided he
many #;
prevents municipalities from taxing liquor, city government. said. waiting ;i ,


until k0 T
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I: Utility rates push Shelton into raceBy 'the lastminute a kF


I to take

JUDY MOORE Shelton is in favor of unification under the Shelton said that discrimination in housing action.' a ,

Alligator Staff Writer condition that it "be made equitable to those is ,a big problem in Gainesville. ,

county residents who will feel the impact of a "WE'RE dealing with the prejudice of -AI w'

S James W. Shelton 33, is a marketing sales tax increase. realtors. If blacks want to buy houses in

and service "agent for Eastern Air Lines. "Unification could create many advantagesfor certain areas, some realtors will take, all MuzzellHyland

Shelton earned a degree from Central Florida all involved at an equitable tax rate. Much means to avoid selling. -A ghetto ,is being

r Jr. College in Ocala'where he served as vice ,more can. be accomplished under created on the East side of town.
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president of the student body. A five year unification, he said. "No law is good unless it is enforced.'Theremust L H

resident of Gainesville, Shelton is running for' SHELTON is in favor, of'Sunday liquor be justice for everybody," he said.

office for the first time. He is single. ,sales. Shelton also said there is a need for a bus

Shelton said he decided to' run for city '",enforcement officers have stated that service to the, airport.

commissioner because of high utility rates. it,would not create ''a need for more police '"Gainesville is one of the only places I

"UTILITY rates were stretching my budget officers. If any regulatory problems are know that doesn't have a bus going to the wan 1

and I make'more than the average citizen.'I created then regulatory measures may have airport. Taxi fare from the,airport to town is

r' thought I'd see if I couldn't do..! something to be taken," Shelton said. pretty high," he said. -

,about it," he said. r By JUDY MOORE pend;

An atomic power source or,floatbg bond ,.,., "... Alligator Staff Writer Hj

issue are Shelton's answers the high rates. James, Hyland 61, is a maintenance reCOfshout!

"I'm not sure of the legality 'of.a floating r' < ; electricial at UF. He is married and has two

bond issue but an atomic energy source ., ; :, grown children. Hyland moved to Gainesvillein "Ibe d

should definitely be cheaper than the present \...anatomicenergy \ .' 1966 from Illinois'where he once served as USI:
.. :"
} system.. he said. ,' ; city commissioner in the town of Belvedeer.He donein I
THE CITY'S financial situation could,be source' ] \ Ir
ran unsuccessfully for Gainesville city'commissioner
eased by slowing down capital projects and ;. in 1969. callirgovei
using cheaper methods ,of construction, should definitely
Hyland said he is running for, city commissioner
Shelton said.
"I!
: as a of Gabesville'slow
representative
"I advocate suspension of the renovation of be cheaper than like'Hy'G
to middle income people. He said he
Hotel Thomas. I also think there should be a ,
t hopes to arouse involvement of all of the
slow down on the construction of the Nor thejpresent) ,system ,*, community in,city government. parts unbacord'u
theast' Center," Community :; :,: ;mae the world is in today due to apathy. F
Shelton said raising taxes_ should be a last We need
more'omrnunity: involvement at all
.resort. &' James Shelton levels. The rich I be poi
should not be the only ones
"AT A TIME of national crises,:the local ,...,, .* : who hive be el((
"' a say government.. he said.
"
I '' government should try to work in the: .. ., \:'.-; .; :;' ..';. ', .\-,+ ,, I'' '; HYLAND is against Increasing taxes to aid Ity'
'd ection 'of'makbg life more ecdndrnicafy'fcaiibla'to t

Y live for: it's.citizens," bCo, aid."'< ." . -', -' .;E"ha" \itity':,,budget. .'.deficitHe.i'to: I ; :'favor, ,offdefeirg issueiPI
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; the LINDA WISNIEWSKI Green said he "favors the unification of
Alligator Staff Writer government services" that would come about
under a consolidated city and county
:qual Aaron Green, Gainesville attorney, is one of government.
:ity area, six candidates running for the city commission Unification is "imminent", Green said,
If
legislature.'I not seat in group two. adding if he was elected city commissioner he
:ity it The lifelong Gainesville resident is a 1972 would try to educate the ,people about the
graduate of UF's Spessard-Holland Law proposed unification charter through public
ould
ward orpatch School and former deputy assistant Public hearings."IT .
Defender. SHOULD NOT be the position of a
.Kjdy j Green said a $2.2 million city budget deficit public 'official to take a pro or con stand on
it up./ could be'cured through cutbacks in capital the (unification) matter" Green said.
our l' ;xpenditures such as the SI million Hotel Green has "gone on record as not beingopposed"
Thomas renovation project which would to the city's liquor ordinance
t j -Aaron 'provide extra office space for the city. Green banning the sale of alcoholic beverages on .....t
ays.a I ; said."I Sunday, .
Green IIAVENT been convinced that'the city
II I i needs additional office space," Green said, The city's ordinance governing liquor sales
tate: ,_... .. adding the city demolished a block of ,should be subjected to a referendum to "settle
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buildings on the corner of 1st Street and the issue once'and for all" Green said..
University Avenue which could have been ONE PARTICULAR issue Green said he is
hotel building centerMuzzell used "to make due in hard times." interested in that "has not been addressed by
bg Green also opposes the proposed one mill any other candidate" is the redevelopment ol
property tax increase and said revenue ,a predominantly black district located in the
said balance is important in !liquor sales and don't seem to be the worse for sharing funds rather than money generatedby N.W. 5th Avenue area of Gainesville."I .
getting the city out of its ailing financial It," he said. ., the tax i increase, should be used to pay want the city to 'redevelop the existing,;
situation. Muzzell thinks student.;interest in the municipal? employes. area, not paint it over or patch it up," Green
Some cuts in services and facilities must election should be high. '**",*' Green believes the city "has got to deliver"the said.
be expected and priorities must be made, he "Afterall, they're paying for most of the construction of the northeast recreation One',of Green's ideas to redevelop the
said."I services that are decided by the commission. ,center because there is an "obvious void ol district is building residential housing that
WOULD oppose any cuts which would When rates go up, the student suffers as this kind ,of facility" in the northeast,sectionof would, promote "apartment and townhouse
remove any present employes," Muzzell said. much as anyone," Muzzell said. Gainesville. living" he said. .
Muzzell has said ,to "definitely go ahead" Muzzell believes water rates for mobile THE RECREATION center would includethe Student housing would be '"especially
with the construction of ,the Northeast homes and apartments are too high and construction of a community meetingroom attractive in this particular area" because of
Community Center and the Hotel Thomas. should be lowered.By and a day care center. its accessability: to UFo Green said.
"The Hotel Thomas is on the National

Register passing now,"of up he National a said.great opportunity Landmarks.if We we didn'tact wouldbe Ted Williams will bock soles tax I


MUZZELL is opposed to property tax JUDY MOORE ;problem was,due to utility service being installed -
increases but sees a one cent increase in sales Alligator Staff Writer in, areas that are not yet 'developed. "
tax as a "blessing for the beleaguered I
T.E.(Ted) Williams 42 a Gainesville High WILLIAMS said that making a separate ,
property owner. School graduate, is installation supervisor for budget for capital projects would help to ...a I
((1, "We have to get the burden off property Southern Bell. He is married and has three prevent future city budget deficits. solesfox i
'< owners.A one cent increase in sales tax would children. "Funds for capital projects should be kept

bring in as much"as a four mills property teenage Williams sat on the commission from 1966- separate from the operating budget. A large I
increase per year, he said.A 72 and served as mayor-commissioner in part of the deficit is due to this type 'of is (an j
four mill increase would raise taxes $4 for "
budgeting he said.
1968, 1969 and 1972. He ran unsuccessfullyfor easiertax
every $1,000 of'appraised property value. re-election in J 1973. Williams said he would support a propertytax I
Muzzell supports unification as a means to only as a last resort but if would
Williams said he is the most experiencedand necessary t 4WILLIAMS
reduce property taxes as well as to facilitate qualified candidate running because of support a municipal sales tax. for thepeople :
cohesive land use planning and ad- his knowledge of utilities. "I WILL sincerely try to build capital
ministrative services. "MOST CANDIDATES are elected on projects without raising taxes. If a tax is I'
Muzzell is in favor of Sunday sales of reform issues but two-thirds of city government needed, a sales tax is an easier tax for the to .
liquor. concerns utilities. Most people don't people to swallow," he said. swallowTed/ I
"THERE SEEMS to be a growing understand utilities and it takes them a year Williams favors unification, but believesthe
favoritism toward it and if that's what the to learn how to ask intelligent questions. I can 1 decision should be left up to the people."I -
community wants, then that's what it should be very effective the first day," he said. believe governmental structure changes Williams////
i should be made by the citizens and not office I
have. Marion and Levy counties have Sunday Williams said part of the 'utility rate iI ,
I lolders.'The proposed charter is one of the I
j finest I have read and I take pride in having
appointed the original study committee," he said he has had negative
to drop.. redevelopmentbelieves :laid. feelings about the sale of liquor on Sundays in
',the past but believes the issue should be'put to
the people in a referendum.
progress gimmick," he said. r "Several years ago I chaired a citizens
the Hotel Thomas HYLAND said he favor$ growth for committee'that held public hearings on the
"ion and downtown redevelopment Gainesville but in "controlled situation." \ subject. The reports were negative at that
abandoned. "We should not stifle growth but I think' 'The richshould .. time, but the citizens should be consulted
think the taxpayers' money shouldr Gainesville is beautiful and I want to keep it .,,', again,"'he said. ,
these projects. They should be that way," he said. .o Williams said that while he was in office
Private money," Hyland said. Hyland is against Sunday liquor sales. He 'not be ,. f three of his biggest accomplishments: were
[J IS opposed to unification, said he likes quiet Sundays and does not want ". getting the 18-year-old vote bill passed;
er for restructuring of the present "Sundays that are like Saturday nights." the only "",., 't'.J/' )" 1 proposing and obtaining passage of jury trials
t system. 'TM' NOT a teetotler. I like a cocktail now :I" b municipal courts;. and getting. ,Florida
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I'great advantage to unification. I sad then, just like anyone else. But I think ones who "I' :,. Power to lower utility bills.
,ville the way it is," he said. Sundays should be quiet. I see no im- have a : "I'm not afraid to attack large corporationsif
aid that unification,could cause provement of our living standards with say there is a need.: I stood and fought Florida
representation.officials I Sunday, liquor sales," he said.. ,: in govern Power before and, 111 do it ,again if I'm
would be' elected actistrict Hyland,would like the city government and elected,"'Williams'.said.
and four at'large. It would UF students to maintain' better com ment.James. I'
nder this system that five officials munication. photos byJjarryvgrossmgri
from the same district:',he said. "My generation has let down today's youth. -
S also agabst.. taking out bond We haven't tried hard enough to understand Hyland .I
e name of "progress." actions different from our own." I'd like to try __ ) : : .,

are always' interested- ... ..inFore} to 'change, that," he .s,d., :' . .'t-- ._ ,--- .A T ,. '



fag !flt The Independent Florida AlII....,.Monday,May 5 Ins



EDITORIAL





Vote Muzzell


One more time.
I The political smoke is beginning to -clear, the

signs are coming down and the SG campaign

literature is being swept away. All over the cam

t pus students are breathing a sigh of relief that (hiStoD
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election time is over.

But it's not quite over, not yet. '
There is still one more election to go as

tomorrow Gainesville residents vote for two City _
Commissioners. That in itself is worth one more _

push on the part of the student body to vote. c 11:? '
City Commission campaigns have never caused

much more than a ripple among LJF students. Last

year for example only about 450 of them botheredto

vote at the student polls in the ,J. Wayne Reitz

, Union.
As one student recently remarked, "Gainesvilleis

just a town I happen to go to school in, what's it .
to me who sits on the commission?"

Well, ask yourself that again after you sign your student heckling
apartment lease next fall. You'll probably find

that the rent has increased by' $10-15 a month due 4 .
to high water rates.
Norman Mailer's recent sparring-match with hecklers fitting t-shlrt 'pointed toe boots (black) and neatly pressed
Since the all utilities that alone is
city owns a of blue
while attempting to address an audience students gathered jeans.
pretty powerful reason to take notice of what the around Graham Pond illustrates a few ignoble traits of crowd Mailer deftly deflected the taunts of this mock-Billy Jack
city is doing. mentality. with the ease of an experienced stage performer. Which
Last year the Alligator endorsed Gainesville Mailer was invited to this university's campus as'a paid would have left well enough alone except that scattered voices
landscaper and, UF graduate Al Muzzell for speaker. He received $2,500 from Accent '75 for his special throughout the audience chimed-in with cutely-composed
services. He came to this campus in the wake of protests epithets of their own. as if they had caught a contact high
commissioner, but a low student turnout helped Moshe who from the dark of Jack."
against a bevy of past speakers such as Dayan leadership "Billy
re-elect Jim Richardson, never known for his pro- was greeted with accusations of improper partiasanshlp and EVEN WORSE, though,' were the:noble efforts of sym
student or even pro-UF stands. Ronald Ziegler former press secretary for Richard Nixon pathetic members of the crowd who raised their own voices to
This year we once again throw our support to who was lambasted for daring to profit from his past political shout down Mailer's hecklers causing an, audio-confusion .
Muzzell. experiences.SO acutely related'to the noise abounding at a sweaty basketball
HERE COMES Norman Mailer worldrenownedwriter
a \name.
Muzzell has been behind the for
working
scenes
and outspoken public figure who has written about
some time on a variety of citizens advisory boards, such diverse subjects as politics, the moonshot sports and
notably the Capitol Outlay Committee.Because of Marilyn Monroe. What special-interest group could he of. r PAUL SCHULKE
his work on this and other committees, he is fend except possibly propnents: in favor of abolishing free

already familiar with most of,the problems facing speech in this country? L GUEST COLUMNISTFinally
Gainesville Tuesday night'April 29. found Mailer comfortably dressedin
today. a cotton shirt and well-worn jeans speaking to a modest
Muzzell stresses the need for more com crowd of students at Graham Pond. Frogs croaked and when the crowd had calmed down enough to hea
prehensive city planning,. and as a veteran of much grunted at satirically-appropriate junctures punctuating Mailer answer more questions two students. "How do you
committee work, he recognizes the value of more Mailer's speech patterns which sounded stereotypically New justify accepting a $2,500 speaker's fee?"
citizen input into city government.He Yorkish, until a piercing obscenity! flew out from the brightly. Mailer quickly countered "don't you have anything betterto
lit windows of Graham Hall with calls to "Shut I. "
along up. do than be here tonight?
is in favor of establishing a citizens advisory
can't study." WHICH BRINGS us to the moral of this essay.If .
board for the Regional Utilities Board (RUB) the This perhaps stands as the first mistake of the evening. the students of this university object to a certain speakeror
City-County Commission Body that rules on Though most people revel in the serenity and natural settingof the entire program of holding public addresses with
electricity rates. an outdoor address In the Florida springtime have .the student monies simply boycott these proceedings and cause a
We also favor his views on unification and homerights of the Graham Hall dorm residents been properly cancellation of the program or any future invitations to like-
taken into account when they are exposed to the blasting minded speakers.An .
the ban sales.
lifting on Sunday liquor sounds of a high volume P.A. system right outside their absent audience does wonders for convincing organizers
He has already proved his value to city govern- windows that their plans are inept or unwanted Conversely, if a
,ment, we believe it is time for Muzzell to take a PERHAPS OUTDOOR addresses should be transferred to sufficient audience exists to hear a speaker, who are we to
seat on the commission itself. the Reitz Union Pond where they once were held some yean deny them. that desire? Certainly no better, and probably
ago or out onto the Union North Lawn. much worse than any cause we may be campaigning for or
Following those first dull sounds of student heckling. against.
Mailer was confronted by a young man in the audience who HECKLING DOES little more than polarize com- .
asked why Mailer was in such "poor physical condition." This plementary groups and produces a bad experience for all
young man was dressed exactly as Billy Jack was portrayed in invovled. Wasting far more than crumpled bits of faded
Joe LittleFor the movies with a flat-brim Marine.Sergeant's hat.tight- green paper. ,


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Ron Cunningham Dovld 1O.ln
''The [d1to"In-ChI., MonogtngwuoPhob
the group one race we believe incumbent Independent .

commissioner and UF law professor Joe Little has John Moran Donno Itvgmon
already proved himself a valuable asset to the City Florida .Alligator Edibr tEdito'

Commission.His "
till a\1/ C't MlftdIKelman {. Jody Carlina3
Libertarian with
opponents are a some .
'NewlEdltor '. Editor
Layout
rather unrealistic'views on how a city should be :.,'.:" "

run and a local meat retailer who seems to have R.A..Tony.Kendzlo' .; .; ..... ....o.n.rot Uonog.r .. ,
spent the entire campaign denouncing the Hotel Jams V.Cook . .. ... ... 'I'.. ..:.. ........ ..Assistant General Manager Publilhed by
Thomas "termite-eaten rat-infested home for M....Ev.ryn lad . .. ....:_, :'tI.. ....'.... .. .. .... ......Admlnlltratl .AIII.tan. .
as a Anne Molphu. ... . ....,.., ._. ,..........:. ....... ..........Ieo t "per 1':..",,,.... ( ..111..111..1., ..
the homing pidgeons. C.Roy Shipp . .. . .. ...:,;:.\1: 1'..h......... ...........Business Mono.' I
Of the three. Little is far and away the best TomMacNamGtO . .., ./. ..,......."-a... ;...,..... ......'.....1. ...AIcovntant: '.0. 10. 13266 lJniv.rsi it,
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Ray McG..Jr. i ". ....Advert/lint/ '
since voiced his' of \t .'''''''' '' ''' a' Manager OIlIeM'behlnd
choice. He has long support Donna Lubrano. . . .:...."....to. ... .. .., .... ...Advertiling Coordinator the Col.... Inn.
unification and downtown redevelopment, and his Acey Harper '.' .. .. . ... ... ... .. .., ...' .Special Sections Coord1noto 1721 W'" University Awnu.,
past outspoken support of environmental issues Lynda Homl.r. .. . . .',1.,. .'. .." ..... .... ..ildv.rtisln0Production Monage 01/fSiMf Editorial dice phof\e: 37 awp" ,
lynn Sold_,." . .., .. .. ., .'. .. ... .. ..; .. ..;. .Editorial Produc1lotl Monog.r 'D.parrrr.nt" : 37545' .
and land use planning have already gained,him a. Jlrp&pollto .. '.' .. .,. ..'.. ... .... ... .. . ''.Edltorial Production Monog.rGl Advertising beponrn.nts and production.
reputation:as a progressive city j leader. I.\Oltn;., i..j.', . . of.+ . .. ., .. .. .j'.ClrculotlOl'l' t Clatll'14ICf' MoI\OSlO' : 27644th.

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EDITOR First in reply to John Baric's attack on Jim Duval's
letter: Of what relevance, is it'that, many other countries" '
require more language than us? One must take into con
sideration the geographical proximity of 'other countries,
[ especially in Europe, that makes knowledge of another
| language expedient.
I The United States is not similarly situated. Also, if you find
you have learned much about English from your foreign
language course may I suggest that you would learn more
from a course in English instead.
BARIC SAYS the foreign language requirement is
necessary, because it would be "needed" in order to deal with
the realities of our world. This only reveals his ignorance as to
the applicability of a language which has been treated so
shallowly (being restricted to classrooms and labs).
To have a 'working knowledge one must practice the
language much more extensively than is required to pass three
quarters of,it.
In reference to C.J Gellinek's letter, I'm sure no one would '
argue that to learn to really apply a foreign language would V. '
open up some opportunities in the job,market, but so would a ----
knowledge of accounting, marketing, management, statistics, 'YES..? t ,
golf cocktail partying, car mechanics, bookkeeping, typing,

ad BUT nauseam.TO REQUIRE every student to take three quarters of Take your choice of dictatorsEDITOR

each of these subjects ,would certainly be absurd. Then why -

should everyone "be', subjected to a one year language : I see that the Iranian Students Association is perialism they are simply angry that THEIR.dictators are not
requirement if one does not even acquire an applicable skill? peddling its papers around campus this week and was amusedby In ones that would torture and behead proponentsofcapitalism.
In many cases the student does not have the slightest desire to 7'
,
how all such groups give away their purpose.,The handout .
take a language. attempts to declare that the ISA is attempting "to stand Speaking of' imperialism, where is the antiimperialistcoalition
Gellinek states the termination of the present language against dictatorial regimes- and then mentions the Shah of now that North Vietnam government thugs have
requirement would most assuredly lead to such regrettable Iran, Thieu of Vietnam (a little dated), Lon Not of Cambodiaand dropped their facade and have bluntly invaded the South? My
consequences as,"the official sanctioning of a trendy bias that the Chilean junta. Webster's says that imperialism is "the policy of extending
many know is anti-intellectual and ultimately provincial" "
; economic and political hegemony over other,nations
"paving(the)way non-education", ; and finally, "The self- Now I am also quite opposed to these tour but isn't it interesting Ah but it is the same nation of one "people," you say?
immolation of places of higher education." how only pro-west dictatorships are mentioned? Then why are, 'a million of their "brothers" running fot
Thus, Gellinek would have us believe that excluding a Were these people truly against government opporession they their lives and why are they being beheaded? Once again the
quarter language requirement would destroy the university would mention other dictatorships as well. Of course, though truth comes,imperialism means pushing'capitalism: /
system and lead the U.S. to a policy of"neo-isolation.:" pro-communist ones'are'never dictatorial as;;:they,ar'ouly socialists. Porting socialism on :capitalists, ,'&:tt.right though..
:IT SEEMS langUage chairman would put dons *.' "' ;I., t1: {'
holding power for the good of "the peopl ." *,: } ; ; ,. V:
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cI\\ tripe in defense of the,language requirement. He avoids IN SHORT, supposedly'against dictatorships and Im "/I'" -r: .I.I/t,:\/,,:..Walt Karwicki
the main issues that have been raised. Can the three quarter r'
requirement really give the student a working knowledge of ': .
the language? Indeed how could it? Science not necess'OriIytruth: .
Every college student or graduate I have talked with who
has gone abroad knows that such a feat is impossible. It is .
only by living in the culture one becomes proficient, unless he EDITORi Concerning the April '25 article: against health machines don't calibrate this.
or she decides to center: his college career around a chosen foods I must agree with Dr. Howard Appledorf that some Above all, I take an anti-dogmatic stand, and simply'statethat
language. And those I did talk with (excepting language health foods are mere gimmicks and science has enabled us diets can be relative and what is best:for you is what
majors) doubted any usefulness of the language they had in many instances to grow bigger better strains of vegetablesand counts. (I don't preach vegetarianism.) If I, ate the way Ap
already taken in adopting to that particular culture. They fruits, as well as combat disease. pledorf advises I would collapse, as I am an athlete and needa
learned the tongue by living in and dealing with that culture.To Even though I am'not a Ph.D., I am not anti-science, but maximum energy with minimum calories.I .
say that we should include a one year language Appledorfs statement "science is truth," made me laugh.. have experimented; if for'no other reason than -L..
requirement while ignoring many other more useful areas of First of all, science is based on an empirical method, and just psychological I do perform better on what Appledorf calls
study, appears to be a particular form of chauvinism because something works once doesn't make it hold the next health foods. I work out four to five hours daily and can tell
characteristic of language department chairmen. May I add a time. Even gravity fits this category. Appledorf sounds like what's happening to my body.
sixth alternative action to the five preferred by chairman the 18th and 19th century science worshippers who thought THIS BEING THE case I am still open'minded enoughnot
Gellinek. science was the be-all end-all. to call my own method absolute truth, although there's
GIVE THE STUDENT'the option of paying for coursesin WHEN I THINK of health foods, I think of just good fresh empirical proof backing me. I encourage people to care for
laden with DDT. To food is their bodies to experiment for themselves and
another area of study In which he may be genuinely interested vegetables, not me a a good enough try
take. balance of protein without meat, minimum fats salt and health foods; plates of dirt, or whatever without appealing to
but may lack the time and money to
sugar. To me, and others a McDonald's supper may have the narrow-minded authorities '
Jim Steele protein and other nutrients but many of us add up the .t': ., Dalia West
4BA- negative properties as well. It seems that Appledorfs 3AS
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EDITOR The Vietnamese was very much liked and at the, news of the death of
r Association of Gainesvilleregrets respected by ,most of the such an active and ,talentedman.
d P v to announce the deathof members 'of' the: Vietnamese .
Dr. Ngo Dong:.his wife and Association and his karate THE VIETNAMESE
his three children in Da Nang students, ASSOCIATION OF.
in April 1975.. : WE ARE DEEPLY grieved GAINESVILLE
Dr. Ngo Dong was a former .
president of the Vietnamese
Association of Gainesvillefrom The Independent, '
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1972 to 1973. As
president our club, he was Florida Alligator
involved in, many' social activities "
,- and.helped raise funds fSh,.ilo Draper ,Cory Bojonofl" ..
..' .' 'I ) te.EdlJit .
Entertainment Editoi Ascc
for the floodin
refugees during ,
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central Viet' Nam' in 1972.
He was also very active in the Doug Hatch
UF community by starting the Wire Editor .

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373-526 or 377.5325 ((0.51.127..p1lCen after 7p.m.01 373-2531 new house summer or fall NO lEASE
liner 35.
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wolerbed.' podS ) 377-8290 (b.IOt.'npl' ) mellow 376-5766 b-5t
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call Dave risk 3774328 (a--- receiver 22 want per ch., 2' mole roommate, private rm. In house Move in June IS. I blk from campus Igefry. "' '
ckpoc.127..p) .- "I turntable ultrallnoor lloyd 200 .speakers, BSR 310 s house.near west end golf course. full access to .air con.Must lubleasell/ Call Morie| specializing in blow-dry)>,; styling'
cassette .
wotI\er-dryer
deck head t dishwasher after 6pm 378-3355 (b 5t 126-p)
Avail Npwll J H J t k phone 70 albums JO 8 tracks I/no central o-c(heat graduate low or med. I haircuts men's hair styling to give
Move in June 18. 2 bedrnt ,
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|I. tOCHbere with' hUgloke2,3bdroncreeMWkloUr' Illl) SW 16th Ave No. 24 (((0.St.12.;.p) student quiet plot to study call|, Ig. rent in
George 372.8536 before 5.30 haute Need 2 roommates for summer. I I the right look for the
pm. you summer.
3. 3 bdr $115 I NW see Condominium Giscent Beach. Probobly blk from Norman Hall call after 6pm
4. 3 bdr $125 On 2* acres the nicest ground floor unit on any North hove own bdrm In 2 bdrm (roller 378.3355 (b.51.1261) I Call for appt.
1 Free rentl Work hrt day Florida beach. Priced below appraised located on t oc'elo' 17 ml west of 0'vllle Mole roomate needed to thore bdrm In'
Avail Sept.1I value Call 378.3950 $55 per mo call alenda 376-4446 8-4 or
weekdays or 378- 2 bdrm opt in Frederick gardn near
t. landlord l Is building now 3 I 4 bdr 4688 weekends or nights (10)122-pl) 477 ?870 otter 5:00: female| !(.fr.I Ip) campus$56.25 + 1-3 utilltle 378-7435

home for Aug. I Sept READ THIS (>5t.125-p) 372-0030 116 NW 6th St.New .
3 bdr $200-Counfry homes
2. FOR RENTIF Moving anytime between Now t Sept Room-mote needed for fall thru spring
3. 2bdrhomt* Bik.toUr" let ui rent your house or opt at no coit quarter close to campus 67 dollar + '/.
4. Over 25 opt avail\ United Red Estate 377-6992 (b.ff.1 15-p) utilities-Pool oc furnished.Williomsburg
United Real Estate Aiioc YOU NEED A ROOM
call Jane 378-1274 (b-5t-l25-p)
Open 9om-8pm J77AW2b CHECK WITH US All RENTS SIASHEDI
( .fr.128-p) JOEL BRIDGES REALTOR (Special Summer Rates) Sub-let 2 bdrm apt for summer, com in ainesville
404 SW 4th AVE $100 to$125! PER MO. pletely furnished good location $260
- -- m6700b.51.128c All units. 2 BR,furnished with air luxury per month. Coll 373.7750 (b.3t.I 127-p.1)
( ) features.Available. 8Q uUeXlCanO CRestauha
Need NOW I female roomate 59.00 a t
OUR HOUSE WANTS YOU! 3 bedroom for lease ,through Aug. 31st monthutilities. 1 block from mod- i
y.ti btg yard lovely neighborhood NW 378 Prairie.4411 1 View I Mobile Village center country garden call 373-5452

.ho>avr el. 51.1 section l28p available) June I I. 377.2049. (b- oloble.o, new tenants' onlyl 373.3284A Bernie Jane Kothy (b-4l.127-p) REAL MEXICAN
room for rent summer quarter In a house3blks
large 2 br furn apartment available ((b.V.I16p) from campus 62.50 per month.
June I dote to campus 808 SW Depot plus utilities call 376-6494 Curtis or John FOOD
Ave Tel 378.3396 $200 mo. (b.5t\.128.p) Two roomotes needed. Summer A fall to 919 SW 6th Ave (b-2t.177-p) -4
June 76. Country Gardens, behind Med.
roommate needed starting June Center. rent J42 + '-4 util Coll Eric 378 two female roomates needed immediately -
beautiful 2 bdrm I both w pool sauna t 0511) (b5t.126-p) large 'three bedroom house Village Square

Cinema 4Reincarnation II IIatis will wieghtroom sublease Vncaya for summer opt $105 Jim 377-66"Q-fi\ u,. mo.2 bdrm mobile home for rent. $133. per call located lisa less 377 than.7298 5 minutes(b.3t-127-p from) campus 2409 SW 13th St. 377.5151
call glendo' 376-4446 8 4 472
(b5t29-p! ) or 2870oW SUMMER SUBLET: ) bedroom opt 1 block
5 (b./r.124.pl/ ) from campus $150 mo. + electric See
2V4 blocks from $65 month
campoi per
$50 call Alex sublet May Mug 31)I Bdr unfurnished, Tiger) Hall from your bedroom window)
security during day 372- Call 378-6533 (b-5t.127. ) ************** *
4166 or night 3722063.: Single room ,m 6 Brandywme, $175-mo.) AC pool self- p *********** ***
bedroom house. Nice view of University' cleaning oven, dishwasher Call of look at our rental listings on houses.
RmIroD Ave (b.3t.128pl) ternoons 37}.5722 (b.5t.125.p) mobile homes and opts. before you pay ivMflft Car U.ltitt J
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liberal female roomate wanted to shore anyone a fee Joel' Bridges realtor 404 '
Apt tuhlet. 1 bdrm, kitchen, both furnished 2 bdrm trailer $50 a"month plus \M SW 4th Ave. (b-fr.127-c) "
carpet near campus $110 mo utilities Archer rd Village, needed Immediately house for rent summer only 2 bedroom *
S 12th 378-9086
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1:25f:10 378-2121) offer Tom after 12:X am (b5t- ft summer quarter Call Mind! funlhed'olr conditioned 1 block from :
J25-P) 376.4458 or 373.1857 (b-St-25-p1' ) low school call 373-7775 (b.2|.127-p) and
Any Everything
Summer sublet: Furnished 1 bdrm apt *
Near Shands and VA Call btwn 6 and'I 11pm I J for sports Cars
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4.00 own bed fun I block from SUNFLOWER J Corvette Specialty Work
camput$90 + utilities, will pay august J MG. Triumph Jensen Healy. Datsun 240260280Zy :
(1.00 JOG ofP.ter rent free! 377=.7962 (b3tl6p) HEALTH FOODS .. Most parts for British Cars .

One Bdim Apt for rent'at Hawaiian Vill, Mon-Fri,9AM:6PAA.
10.00 Proud Hoffman t WelderHi *
Apt*. Mutt rent no later than June lit ****** ******* *
Call 373-7900 or .the Apt office. (b.10)) Pro Products. '************ *.

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Now IS the time to look for that house or
9:43 opt for the summer or fall quarter Colitoday" Books Cosmetics
5:45 ) 377-6992 (IbOt.1I2.pl) BlrVenftock SortdoU ed &ottle'

7:45 Only three blocks from camput 7 Weil Unlvenlty Ave. Downtown '
9:45 Cap9n'eOOJ ...UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting! for Gainesville Florida lone 371 CTI 5220 SW 13th St.
summer quarter Special summer
discount fates: June 16th-Aug. 31*.One ti.ntti'
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studio opt for summer qtr. less than Vi 3 Roommates Wanted, for Summer. Oak man wonted. Flexible hrs Port COED''* foclot heir( removed 'per. I.D. PHOTOS
block 'lo campus. $160 mo. includes alt Fore Aprs 1 'lo have own room, 2 to of full time, Apply In person to Charlie's monently.' Call Edmund' Dwyer passports resumes and application+'
utilities furnished, cable Iv, oc oilviilities'furnished share matter bdrm with both $60. per Chic..". 3919 SW 13 St. (e-3M27-p) electrologlst over 20 year experience natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera' Guaranty Federal
coble tv, Oc 1241 SW4th ,mo. coil 3739413. (c-31.121.p) Co11372-8039 (l-fr-107.) work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m30K91p

Ave.*pt. No. 4 Mike. 573-4444: 1b-5t.( F.mole roommotes( ) to share 2 AUTOS ) -.--..-+r ., THKBCST PUCE I TO_SAVC. |
124?) **.' '" .. .-)>'.. rl' < bedroom-2 both apartment! for summer ,.....:Must Sell.4973. Monde 450'Cl, helmet, Orio"mbouf'Atmblphwof Beautiful\ Selection 201-40':cf primo"OOOtJI f""t\. e;,,, <' NIREDFQftSIGIl7 f.i ',a.tyy ; ,1.1' '" .
Galorwood 2337 SW Archer Rd. 373- rack,chain.Mint condition' call 392-8399 M6ny. ."Tnetytlklau Super Mart"UNIVERSITY
blouses $1, $2, $3. Men, Women, Kids I-
7750 (c-3t-127-p) ask for ron (q-St-124-p) OPTICIANS
shirts recycled denims" Jewelry velvet
Volvo Station 1970 W- air radio 17 NW 17th St. '300 SW Ih Ave 38-4480:
Wagon Upstairs6t124p(| )
couple needs 2br unfum. hoes If to sharewother have exceptionally dean no work necessary, ((M-I50.53-C)) -.-,- SUPER BIKES, Inc.

coupI.lIartong June for you family increasing' so need larger car SAVANT-Honarery lead.r.hlpMgonhrallon books periodicals.journals bound unique
house
or ore couple looking some <
rot London ; 12350 firm 376-50H (o-10MM-nt) PAftTS-377-6)
coil 377-8703' Bud or Come oftwc31.1219) 6pm. application available now service will pick up and deliver toll
;;.TfYt? tt htn t lgt ( ) 1961 MUSTANGE 2 door,good condition, thru May 8. Student Activities Desk 3rd english bindery for free estimate 373- ,
Curly Pafniorwrt. new tire and battery. $750 or best offer floor JWRU (|-7M25-p' ) 8456 377-6260 (m-25t-126-p) %*

Experienced lead 'guitarist for coil 373-3356. also flute $80 and lone FREE KITTENS all balck., all cute all-Mar TYPING, EDITING Theses.. Dissertations -
376 1 eerablahed bond. Must be In town"" ever cedar chest 170. (Co-5t-I2S-9)) baby cat fully factory-equipped, amaze Term Papers, experienced typist
summ Foaio 69 NOVA COUPE 2506. .5., automatic, your great at parties phone
Tom 376-8001 (c-St-127-p) excellent condition Coll 376-7405 after 6, 0779 now (|t.fr-I 27-9)) :378-0547 (m-20t-IQ7-p I ) ,

LEWISCLASS walled Ilberoi funlovNq f mai o 10 oil! day week ends (G-3I-I26-P) Dona De John Salell Don't min out on Wedding) Invitations from $1140 perun
iw.lryCArttpeay sewn ski and weekend beach trips: this old reliable Italian Model. Plenty of Two weeks of SERVICE377072210AM.6PM
? 1971 Maida for delivery.Hundred
Mull be willing coil 378-7649/ offer 6-00: Wont to save got Buy o
RINGS mile left. It will Include recently Cliff Hall 1103 N. Main.
only $90000 or best offer. Air Conditioned style Printing ,
pit for /
|oe keep>> tolling (c-lr-178-p) retreoded and Inch Mick I
trojan tire two
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DIAMONDS Coll 376-1168 (G-2l-127-p) | <)
1 or 2 Female Roomates needed to shore shift run on low grade potto No offerbetter 7 DAYS A WEEKWI
WATCH REPAIRS 2 bedroom opt. next Foil quarter call Pontioc tempest 70 ps outotron, 6cy than o filter clgarete refused Coll SCUBA ClASS start May 12 ell equipment -
200 W. Unlvenitr Ave 392-9595 for Info Ask for good mileage + body $795 need cosh. 392-7571 R.D.
anytime more anytime (|-2t-127-p) provided Including mask, fin, S.W..ARCHER
'973-4106 tnory or komy (c-5t-128-p) Ph. 373-1629 ((031.1219)PERSONAL) snorkel, wetsuij, B.C., lank and
LOST FOUNDfound regulator. A.O.l I International basic
Wanted responsible female student to certification oil air, end textbook This
ng.TnfeThe share 2 br-2 both opt. for fall 67+14 small, mole,'reddish brown
"Ye dwell none world, and hove been will be our lost course this quarter and
aI 373-0923 utilities near toO hospital coil 392-9695 or created through the operation of one dog at Graham Pond April 29, Call 376- also our lost one for $35 starting .
392-9693 (t-S-125-p) 0226 to Identify. (Mt-128-nc) @OJUJ@! !
Will. Blessed is he who mingloth with Summer quarter our basic course will be
GOLD I SILVER Top prices paid tor clots .all men In a spirit of utmost kindlinessand REWARD for lost chemical principlestext $45 You may register In advance for
Wedding Photographer rings old jewelry etc. confide lol. Coll love." -- Boha'l Writing (|-lt-128- lot opril 25 in area of loundromat next quarter at the old price. For further
MOUEL LONER OZZIt 3n389"c4911059)( ) cj) on Univ. eve t nw 12th it. Please toll T info toll Scuba Dynamics 377-8096 3009 "
Those interested In obtaining a free Mitchell 373-9682 ((1311219)R.word ) NE 20th Way (m-5t-128-p)_ NEW h USF0corrtsm
Need a roommate for next foil? I wont .
w rvWp.V iss pamphlet the Baha'lFaith t 4 0.
introductory
on : Brown carrying cote containing
own""" room in houte or apt.will shoroog ( GYM{
may write: Baha'l Association Rm various toiletries,necklace and a aI\.OADI'" eo..I'ONIN'1
room. Kathleen 392-7193 leave a .. _N' .... ..._
message if rm not there (c.5t1219)WANTED ) 300 Pelts Union (HM2ft-) ring. Lori .around west port of campus ....
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W.con help you find o home : I or 2 person to takeover apt. Kit, its people like you that wish and 392-8205 (l-3t-127-p) L BUT-IILL. TAO ..
apartment, mobile home,or Immediate occupancy w-oplion to lease wonder and cry that make the world lost female Hukie-Shepard "Rina" No
roommate me easy way* after summer. Country Gardens Fully brisk and awelng I II H any wonder that I collar shaved tide + stomach: ;
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OUR HE 1 IS REFUNDABLE equipped. $51.75 per month. Coll John love you? Scott (i-lt-128-p) laceration on back Please call 378-3799

JOB .. IIIDCIS H at 373-3638 (e-4t-127-p) Red Cross Water Safety, Instructor will tort near Vltcoyo Apt*. Reword ........ _yawitM_L _."",",. wataTHERE'S

teach you or your child to swim in your cute, little, blonde, 22 old girl from
REALTOR A04 SW 4th A..eOpen7Dovsl.l700 pool lessons toll 392- year
private or group
: 377-6700 7276 ((1-51-128-p) Nitty Gritty concert, I think I have your
sunglasses. Call Dole at 3784309 (Ml-
If you are pregnant and you need help, 125-NC)
we care Call birthright 377494724t(| -..
CLOTHES Gainesvilles 128-p) lost Sunday male cot, port Siamese, navy MIKE'S MORE
blue,collar white flea collar campus j. TO SEE WITH
Lamest indoor I need to 'alk business with someone bosho. Reword call 8o ksrore. Pipes
area answer to
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with good recording equipment Please after Tobacco
p3-3238 7pm. (I.St.I719)FOUND ) Shop
Flea Market call lewis at 3730787.2l128p(| ) ABU TV
WE CAN Woman'Gold Watch in Parkinglot
SCUBA TANK SALE. Tremendous behind Rotc Bldg on April 24 Call 'llK$.E I..OwntOwnM-F l-t
ALTER THEM Savings Aluminum 80'1 $171.95Now
reg
Marilyn from 8-5 392-1436 or evening MoIfJlo
double with backpack Sot $6
$118. 95 45's
after 5:30: 376-4039 (l-5M27-nc:)
FREE reg. $285. now $199 double 80s I TV Channel A weetnef"
with backpack reg $391.95 now LOST: set of keys in or near peabody hall channel UPI, News. New York
ESTIMATE $274.70, US diver triple tank USD reg Monday 4-28-75 If found please Stock Exchange.2 FM station on
$599 now $360. Allen' Aquatic t contact tern at 392-8064 (l-3M27-p) TV Channels, and t FM and 4 AM

Troil Center, Inc. 3448 W. Univ., Ave. (|I.128c I. reword; for return of content orange pock K VI 11IB\ stations, on the FM band

4t-l ) stolen from parking lot next to mother -UNIVWSITYCmTELEVISION
Eat Dung Boho'l Writings (|-ll-128-p), earth 522brown loose-leaf notebook CABU CO. INC
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The Miami Hurricane express continued on its grounder to short .,
wp oy tlolliday. Lortese took the I \$1
Saturday night, with the Gator baseballteam \ ;:
merry way flip at second for one out, but base-runner Jim Crosta ., .nv'L "
left far behind In, its wake. crashed into Cortese and jarred the ball loose as two '
The Gators, who had twice beaten the 'Canes twice more Miami runs crossed the plate. .,
earlier this year,lost 6-I and 6.5 as Miami swept to its Baker held the Hurricanes hitless the rest of the 'j, "' ,
|17th and 18th consecutive victories in raising. itsrecord way but the damage had been done. Jakubowski went .?.' irk
to "1-,10. the distance for Miami :scattering six hits and \

THE GATORS, now:20-22, return'to Perry Field striking out seven Gator batters in boosting his record } t" .
Wednesday for a 3:30 game with f.ckard16.9' victors to'8.3. Pippin now'2-8, had beaten Jakubowski. 2.1
against UP earlier this season.The earlier this year at Perry Field. &
Gators:started the.scoring in the ,first game Details on the second game were not available by -t, :; ..,. .

when Miami's ace righthander Stan,Jakubowski was press time.
IN' SOUTHEASTERN, Conference',,(SEC) action ."
tagged for an RBI. double by Jim Joiner in the second I
inning. Miami, however took the lead for good in the this weekend. the Georgia Bulldogs clinched their
fourth when UF starting pitcher Craig Pippin was hit first Eastern Division pennant when their Saturday
for a double and a two-run left field homer by Tom, game with Auburn was rained.out. SEC rules state
that rainouti cannot be made up.Last .
Holliday.,
The Canes scored again in the fifth'when Jose Vega place finishes in the division last year -the
Bulldogs ended their SEC with 11-4 record.,
season an
scampered home all the way from'second base on an
Tennessee who twice the Gators
was upended by last
error by Gator second baseman John Cortese. Vega
weekend is 75. The Volunteers the
added an RBI single in the sixth which allowed Rick now were only
team that had a chance to catch the Bulldogs before
D'Innocenzio to score for a ::4.1 Miami lead.
Saturday. ,
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IN THE SEVENTH, the Hurricanes loaded the Georgia and UF split a two-game series at Perry photo by.andy newman
bases on a walk sandwiched between two bunt singles. Field in March but an April rematch in Athens
Bruce Baker came in to replace Pippin and gave up a '. resulted in two 8-6 victories by the Bulldogs. ORANGE HALFBACK LARRY BRINSON SLICES FOR GAIN I
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'Toy Cannon' Murrie wants a shot at pro ball .



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_... ;}. By MARK JOHNSON slowed Murrie down tor a couple weeks and probably had a
Alligator Sports Writer lot to do with the 20-point dip his batting average has taken in
the last month. Still, his .284 mark is quite respectable, and
When viewing Perry Field from the upper rows of bleachers his defensive play has continued to excel. .
i behind home plate, one immediately notices several Murrie and his cohorts center fielder Sammy Rick and
peculiarities about the old ball park. right fielder Terry Jones were expected to form one of the
::';t : There's the practice infield and batting cage in center field, best outfields around before the season began. So far, no one -
for one thing. And then there's the Astroturf on-deck circles: has been disappointed."WE .
and the tree growing inside the fence over near the 446-foot WORK hard we push each other and try to help each
mark. other a lot, and it pays off," Murrie said.; "I don't know if
BUT THE most unusual feature is found in deep left field we're the best, but I don't see any better,"
where the turf slopes sharply upward for about 15 feet before Murrie's personal success: : however, has been marred by the
i reaching the canvas-covered fence. The Incline has caused Gators' failure to come even close to capturing the
many a left fielder some embarrassing moments trying to Southeastern Conference title a goal which the team felt was
battle uphill -often at an angle-while trying to play deep well within reach earlier in the season.
fly ball or a two-hopper through 'the alley "The games that we've played when everybody put out and
Joel Murrie, the Gator baseball team's senior left fielder produced we proved that we've-got the talent," Murrie said.
has come to regard the hill as more of a friend than an enemy. "We just didn't put together. It's just one of those things."
Like Carl Furillo, the master of the crazy, five-angled right WHETHER OR not there will be any ,"next years" for
field wall at old Ebbets Field. Murrie has spent many long Murrie remains'to be seen. When Gator head coach Dave.
hours learning the ins and out of fielding baseballs on'an Fuller was asked if he ,thought the graduating senior had a
unusual playing surface. chance to play professionally, his replay was less than op.
"When I first came here, I made it a fact to come out here timistic. '
l and work on fly balls every day," Murrie said. "Right now it's '"Knowing what pro ball is, no.. The chances for so many*
i'It like running on level ground. I know right where it Is and on guys in pro ball are' not so good.; Fuller' said. "For a guy like-
what step I'm going to hit it.. Joel I would not:encourage ,him,"
"I LIKE it. It can make me look good and the other left "I don't feel like I have' 'a good shot but the desire is there"
fielder look bad. I feel more comfortable playing at home with Murrie said, pointing, to his slight'build as a major im
the hill than on the road without it. pairment.
For Murrie, the outfield is still a fairly new domain. The 5- '"IF YOU'RE,really,big and you can hit the ball they're
10 167 pounder spent four years at third base while starring interested in you right away. And if you're small and you can:
: f. i at Zion Benton,high school in Illinois before moving to the run like Bob Hayes.they're,Interested in you'right away.
,wide open spaces at Chipola Junior College.. "The thing is. I don't do anything exceptional; I try to be
"I took it as sort of a challenge, Murrie said. Most consistent all-around.I'm just going to have to go out and sell
people think it easy to play in the outfield but I had some myself and try to show them that I can go out there every day
trouble with it. I like the outfield though. I like to go out, and get the job done.*" ,
there and take advantage of my speed and legs." Jf pro baseball doesn't fit into Murrie's future the physical
ANOTHER CHANGE Murrie had to adjust to was leading ,education major will either attend graduate school: or go into
off after four years In the number three spot',in the lineup. coaching at some level. First however, to try for
Murrie's high school coaches wanted to take advantage of the that elusive pot of gold at the end of the big league rainbow a
',;< little guys surprising power. an asset which has earned him goal which will take_ a lot of effort and probably. more than a
the nickname "Toy Canppn:". Now that he'f, loved\ down In, .little luck., ftf ..
GATatUFTFtElDERJoeLMU i :'. die VdeV.' U co.tln\ail\ .to swine with infcnsity.t ;:; *'J '. But-alto tw6'yta/tplaying l the slope at Perry Field. Joel,
t A sirptnatvsuffered during,Jhe; f. .fn'.4' .of4ftC ......, urrieia.ustdto"uphillbattlesz. :..: ', :'.. '"*,%* Io'The
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_ ..'. Sharpe. Bostic/ set records of ,FSU .



By RICK ADELMAN Harold Smith got second with Freeman took the pole valut 880,. Bill Hicks and Par' UF's outstanding freshman,

Assistant Sports Editor a time of 13.9 seconds and clearing 16'6: and New Wallin got second and fourth, sprinter Stanley Harris got a ,j ,

Clive Bariffe finished third.. Jersey product Bill Kovach respectively, in the mile run, charley horse during the 440 r7 dyw

Hesley Bostic ard Mike BERMUDA'S SHARPE heaved the discus 170, and FSU swept the three mile relay and was unable to

Sharpe turned in record set a meet record in the triple UF'S STEVE Ott and Ellis compete in the hundred.

setting performances jump when he leaped Miller finished second and run."I

Saturday night to lead the 51'I lW' on his first and only third in the high jump while 'WAS not happy with my Beaufort Brown' grabbed

Gator track' team to a 76-69 attempt. Harold Smith and Andy guys performancessaid first place In the 440 yard 1!
dash and finished second in
assistant coach Sensort."We .
Roy
dual meet victory over Florida The Gators over-powered Warden did ''the. same in the
State gave away 23 out of a the 220 yard dash. Jamaican
(FSU) in Tallahassee. the Seminoles in the field long jump'
: possible 27 points in those Noel Gray was second in the
SEC '
Bostic.' the 1973 events as they captured three The Gators didn't fare as

t ,hurdle champion, broke the first places in addition to well in the running events three events. Our "lack of 440.

l school record of 13.9 seconds Sharpe's winning triple jump especially the middle distance depth really hurt us. One bright spot for, the fI''II.'' ,,{

1 when he clocked a. 13.7 in Gator Jim Stites was races. In the hundred yard dash' Gators was' Bob "Rambo's
HESLEY BOSTIC
I leading the Gators to a clean ''victorious in the javelin with a Steve Gomez finished a fSU'sJesse Forbes and Vesco impressive win in the 440 I

t sweep in the 120 high hurdles. toss of 234', junior Will disappointing third in the Bradley finished one-two. intermediate hurdles. new hurdle record


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