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DEBBIE IBERT ,have earned more than 90 hours (the said, the regents might "change the man quarter would wait until their junior,or senior
Alligator Staff Writer equivalent, of 60 semester hours) will escape date" to require four-year students to attend year md then "flood" the universities closestto
t.'I. the summer attendance requirement. two summer quarters. where they live
the Board of Regents Monday decided to THE REGENTS REJECTED recommendations The legislature, led by Senate Education' CHARLES PERRY president of Florida
force all four-year students in state universities \ from the Council of University Committee Chairman Robert Graham, D- International University (FIU) in Miami
: to earn at least 'I IS hours for their Presidents and Chancellor-designate ,E.T. Miami, instructed the University System in explained that under the summer mandate,
, bachelors degree during the summer quarter. York 'that the_board adopt a financial incentive 1969 to end the "inefficient underutilizationof ""students going to big resident schools like
I j However, no students currently enrolled at plan which would have lowered tuition facilities": during summer by increasingthat UF and FSU will come in like crazy" during
f UF will be effected by the, policy Which appliesto by $S per credit hour in the Summer and quarter's enrollment. the summer quarter, since ,many have per-
''students entering state universities after increased fall, winter and spring tuition by $1 Graham said last month he 'would be manent homes in Dade County.

: ,Sept.; I 1. 1976.REGENTS. an hour. satisfied if summer quarter enrollments were FIU currently has 70 percent summer.
CHAIRMAN Marshall Criser York said in a letter to the regents he did ,increased to 85 per cent of the,other quarters' utilization the highest in the system.

! said "I 1 am not satisifed (the summer not believe requiring 1976's freshmen and enrollment.. "I'm: worried that an influx of summer
mandate)will bring summer enrollment up ton sophmores to take fifteen hours during a UF'S SUMMER QUARTER. attendance of students may put us at ISO per cent fall
i the' level!'the l legislature l expects." summer quarter would"do the job", and that approximately 11,000 students, last year quarter enrollment, which would take-
: The new'rule,.'narrowly approved four to further requirements might have to be madeto amounted to about .39 per cent of the fall, resources away from students attending the
'three by 'the regents requires all students satisfy the legislature. winter, and spring average enrollment. rest of the year," Perry said.
entering the State University System with less Criser said the Board will "wait and,see" Regent Marshall Harris said he had "no IN APPROVING THE summer'mandate
than 90 hours to'earn IS of The hours they how effective the proposal is in increasing doubt" that mandating; summer quarter the majority'of Regents rejected a "financial

. need to graduate during a summer quarter. summer quarter enrollment.. hours' tor'students with less than 90 'hours incentive" plan because according to Regent
Community i .college transfer::students who IF THE PROBLEM is pot solved, Criser credit would satisfy the legislature. Chesfer Ferguson, "money should not playa
Although the regents' new rule will not part" in boosting summer enrollment.SUS ,
directly affect the :tour upper chancellor: Robert Mautz said making

... division universities; the presidents of these summer quarter attendance mandatory tar
1 institutions said they were worried that

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By JOANNE KOIIL summertime to get a job. This year, however
Alligator Staff WriterA summer may not be the best,time for studentsto
find work.
regents-approved plan to increase Many jobs are still available in tourism
summer enrollment may mark the end of a related industries, during the summer ac-
rF tradition as old as UF itself. cording to Betty Franklin office manager of
The Board of Regents 'approved a plan UF Career Planning and Placement.
Monday'which would require 'students to Businesses, such, as Disney 'World have
attend_at least one quarter of summer' session openings during' the summer and holiday
'
before graduation. seasons tor students seeking employment
ALTHOUGH THE: legisl ture's, plan 'to Franklin said. Jobs'are available during the
increase "summer enrollment'went' into effect winter holidays as well, she said..
F r +IAke FAY', six years ago, students have been slow! to HOWEVER,. POSITIONS In many other,

attend summer quarter voluntarily.. industries are no easier to find in the summer
James' Burns of JUF's Division of Planning than at any'other time i of thejear. Franklin,
and' Analysis. ;said that summer has., said. '
traditionally been considered a break 'from Most department,stores hire employes on a

-' .. ..- '- wt school. When the United States was ,year-round basis, taking on extra help only
t
; : photo by John moron predominantly an agricultural society during the'Christmas season.
children were :needed at home to harvest According to Candy Bransom of J.M.

1 .Pulling;: : strings, for charity crops. i. ,' Fields personnel department, openings for
'This tradition has been carried over' to Christmas help are available beginning in

lamba Chi Alpha fraternity triumphed I in. a tug-of-war' held Sunday over Graham provide students and',t teachers with a break November. Temporary' help 'is also hired

: Pond. The contest 'drew four fraternities, each contributing $25 to the Arpericbn from studies' :Burns said.:, During,spring of during 'inventory* according to Bransom,
I Cancer Society.;The tug was sponsored by Delta Chi f fraternity.Gity 1974, 88 per' cent of the freshmen class did not which is held in January and July,each year.
: register for summer ,classes: Among "THESE ARE THE only times we'd hire
sophomores.. 81 ,per cent did,not return for extra,help."' Bransom said..:

\ summer. Maas Brothers personnel manager! Judith
elections held today, BURNS' EXPLAINED I that ,most of the Watson said employes are hired on a year

mnine freshmen and sophomores come from high round, basis only. .A staff of contingents is
'
: : '. schools that'are closed for the,summer" and used to replace full-time employes ,during
candidates in race are used to having this time off. vacations.Each contingent works a minimum
.,,. .. 'At the junior and senior level Burns said, of 12 hours'per1'week, Watson said. However,

;' |*Nine 1 candidates,are seeking election to Eastern Air Lines'n1arketing agent; l.h.: ",the'rate of summer'session withdrawal drops contingent,,:help i(; only,: crucial 'during'the f .
to 63 per' cent for'juniors and 61 per cent. for"7 ""Christmas' she',said., ,
two city commission seats in today'selection. Ted( ).Williams, installation supervisor for' 'season, .
Southern Bell; and Ann Winnie, a, seniors. Watson said that business is generally
Don Sloan, computer analyst; for the slower Maas Brothers during the summer
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f;,',In Group One incumbent Joseph Little: Gainesville attorney. "
.<,f UF taw professor 'is seeking re-election Any student,who ,is registered and lives Division'of, Planning and Analysis'explainedthat ; and other 'Gainesville'depan nent. 'stores' :
'candidate within Gainesville's city limits is eligible to 'the urge to. finish school, becomes 'agree. : ,
Libertarian Wayne '
against stronger at..the Upper Division, level: Citingthe"class MANPOWER, AN employment.
agency
i Harley, a UF: psychology: 1 senior,",and localftjeat ,ote.Polling places are at J.. Wayne Reitz. : of 1971 'as an example, Sloan saidonly which usually places 'large numbers of;
retailer George Linzmayer.
$ well convenient 6,percent,of that freshman class went to employes during the summer does
campus. temporary
.In the Group Two race.six, candidates Union,:on as as
$
arc\vying for the seat being vacated by Neil off campus, locations.I They include, J.J, school year round' in 1967-1968. compared to ,not anticipate a great deal of extra help this
.Butler who'i is not eligible for re-election. Finley School 1912 NW 5th:Ave.: P.K. 30 per cent during the 1970 1971 term. ,summer. ,
DURING THE 1967.1968 term, 83 percent Lofo Hansen, Gainesville
to
According
'The 'Group Two\ candidates are onge School. lOBO SW I 11th St. Santa Fe '
West' 723 W. of the'then freshmen took the summer Manpower" manager, the nationwide' ;
Gainesville 'Aaron Green; James Com. College Campus. : ,
attorney ,. .
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off compared to per cent same oj.i
UF maintenance' electrician; University! ) A\e.; and, the Kanapaha HallPreaytcttatt
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(UPI!) The House Ways and Means ficiency standard, he'would escape the tax. If the fleet averagefell : :

Committee approved Monday a tax on automobiles based on short, the manufacturer would be taxed on the' autos that

how many miles they get per gallon of gasoline. did not meet the standard. ,
Proponents called it a way to turn the industry round The fleet standard would be 18 miles a gallon In 1978 Tuesdaycapsul&
toward gas-efficient cars. Opponents said it was "a mouse" a models 19 for the next year and 20 the next year.
"faint memory." and a "slap on the wrist.. In I 1978.cars subject to the levy would be taxed at 2 per cent ,; ,
The vote could conceivably be changed as the committee of their value (wholesale.pricefor those getting 17 but Jess
completes consideration of the energy tax bill. It has already than 18 miles to the gallon: 3 per cent for those 16 to 17; 4 per
approved, also tentatively, a federal gasoline tax increase of at cent for those IS to 16; and 5 per cent for those getting less Ford schedules talks
least three cents a gallon. than 15 miles a gallon. The scale gets one mile tougher each

The fuel efficiency tax, approved 21 to 13,would start with >'ear.
1978 automobiles that is, those that reach the dealer's Rep. AI Ullman. D-Ore., the committee chairman said he with Mid-eas.f"leaders
showrooms in late: 1977.If wanted a tougher standard but failed repeatedly to gain a

a manufacturer's fleet of autos met an average fuel ef- committee majority for that idea. WASHINGTON (UPI!)- President Ford will hold Middle

East talks at the White House with Prime Minister Yitzak
'Rabin June I 11 I and 12 10 days after returning from meeting
President Anwar Sadat in Salzburg Austria, the White House
. Ford asks for new refugee aid !said Monday.A .
statement by Press Secretary Ron Nessen said Ford
invited Rabin "For discussion of matters of mutual interestand

WASHINGTON ( -President Ford asked Congress The House last week killed a Senatr-passed compromisemeasure in order to further" strengthen the friendly ties between

Monday to approve a new $507 million program of aid for that authorized $327, million humanitarian aid. The the two countries. ,
resettling South Vietnamese and Cambodian refugees. He main objection to that measure was that,it included authorityto It will be Ford's first direct plunge into top level Middle
warned the government otherwise will run out of money for use United States'troops to get the refugees out of Saigona East !negotiations. It will also mark a return of American
them in another week. provision that was no longer needed after the evacuation leadership to the problem of settling the Arab-Israeli conflictin
Ford said the money would be spent on refugees who have ended last Tuesday. the holy land following the collapseA month ago of attempts
already left Indochina and none of it would go to those who by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to negotiate an
Albert voiced immediate for Ford'slatest
Speaker Carl support Egyptian-Israeli settlement as the key to peace making i in the
were left bechind. He estimated 150,000 refugees will be
proposal and told reporters "That's a lot of money butwe've .
f coming into the US and he pledged to try to resettle them so
spent billions on the war and I think we can spend a
as not to further aggravate the nation's high unemploymentrate. area.McGovern
little more on humanitarian aid. bill wouldlet

"Every effort will be made to ensure that resettlement to Ford's program calls for processing of the refugees over 90
the extent possible will not be concentrated in a few enclavesin days-30 days on Guam and Wake Islands and 60 days at bock
the country and will not result in economic or social service three military bases in the United States. Then they would be Viets go
hardship," Ford said in a report accompanying his latest turned over to 'nine private welfare agencies or private'
WASHINGTON (UPI-Sen.) George McGovern, D-S.D.,
refugee aid bill. sponsors to find them jobs, schools and housing. .
today introduced legislation to provide planes and ships to
allow South Vietnamese refugees to return to their homeland.
McGovern's bill was designed as an alternative to President

I denies citizen Ford's program for resettling the refugees in the U.S. a
Kissinger spyingWASHINGTON '
program that has raised controversy..
At the White House, Press Secretary Ron Nessen said any
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(UPI-Secretary) of State Henry Commission.The panel is investigating charges of illegal CIA refugees who want to return to South Vietnam "are free to
Kissinger Monday denied that the National Security Councilever domestic spying. go." But he said the administration had not yet consideredways
ordered the Central Intelligence Agency to perform Defense Secretary James Schlesinger was scheduled to of paying for it.
illegal domestic spying activities. testify after Kissinger. Schlesinger breifly headed the CIA andis Nessen added that Ford does not believe the critics of his
"Since I've been in Washington, the National Security said to have ordered the investigation within the agency that refugee program "reflect the views of most Americans." In
Council and the National Security Council staff did not led to the charges of illegal CIA domestic spying. the past month. Nessen said, the White House has received
concern themselves with domestic intelligence," Kissingersaid Kissinger came to Washington in 1969 as a foreign policy 4,456 letters supporting Ford's refugee aid policy and '2,936
after a 2-/i hour appearance before the Rockefeller advisor to former Presedent Richard Nixon. letters against it.

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By BRIAN JONES for an academic affairs vice' president it took architecture tine arts but the courses were "There is grave concern over thr rt vcial:

AUIjt.tor Staff Writer less than four days for Bryan's nomination to offered by the speech department in the situation. FSU and FAMI1 an-1'. may
BOCA RATON. The Board of Regents gave speed from the vice presidential 'search College of Arts and Sciences. have to pool the resources of both U, .. UF two new colleges and a new vice president committee through UF President Robert Q. team from the two schools Ferguson said.
Marston the Despite the reorganization the regents
Monday. and on to regents.
But In essences neither the appointment of The search committee nominated Bryan on turned down a proposal to make the Since the two teams may run up deficits
next season "we can not in good conscience
Dr. Robert Bryan as UF vice president for Friday and Marston decided over the department of building construction a semi
academic affairs or the division of the Collegeof weekend to recommend him to the regents. independent. school in the College of Ar provide them money" at the expense of
academic Ferguson said.
programs
Architecture and' Fine Arts gives UF In dividing the College of Architecture and chitecture. ,
anything it didn't already have. Fine Arts the regents are giving UF no additional Regent D. Burke Kibler chairman of the EXPRESSING DISMAY that the Florida
Bryan, 49 has been serving as academic'affairs space, staff or funds. programs committee said he wasn't "finding legislature might cut universty budgets for the
chief since Harold Hanson became THE ONLY NEW twist to the division is fault with the idea" that next year Regent Chairman Marshall Criser
executive vice president last summer. the creation of a department of theatre. struction should be elevated to building school status con warned "irreparable harm" would be done if

AFTER SEVEN MONTHS of searching Previously degrees in theatre were granted by' but that "this is just not the time to do it." the budget cuts succeed.
"Those who represent faculty and students

I Summerfrom' UF Building Construction Department must communicate to the legislature that
Chairman Donald Halperin said the main irreparable harm is about to be done" to the

( one) plans," told the Regents that mandatory advantage to forming a school of building universities Criser said.

page summer, attendance might pose "serious construction would be "to demonstrate to the The regents also approved a policy to allow
freshmen and sophomores Would allow the .problems" for some students; industry our commitment" to turn out students to transfer between state universities
university system to "slide gradually" into a MARSTON. ARGUED that the incentive construction professionals.IN without paying application fees or officially
solution for equalizing .four-quarter at. plan would give universities the leverage applying for admissions.
tendance. needed to raise summer enrollments OTHER ACTION Regent Chester
"It's better to take these things step-by. voluntarily.Ben Ferguson directed the athletic staff of Florida Credits earned while at a "post university"would
step, then see what will happen," than to try Stevens, co-chairperson of the United A&M University and Florida State University completely transferable to the g.
to bring summer enrollment to the level of the Faculty of Florida (UFF), said the UFF to explore the possibility of combining the two students grade point. average at his home
other three quarters all at once, Mautz said. opposes compulsory summer attendance, and university's troubled football teams. institution.
"FRESHMEN AND sophomores show the pointed out that the regents have not solved
lowest percentage of attendance in summer the problem of providing enough high quality Traditionfrom
quarter" he added. course programs during the summer period.

Various university presidents faculty Faculty members prefer not to teach in ( ) Construction jobs in the Gainesville area
one
spokesmen, and the president of the Councilof summer because they receive a 5-6 percent page are only available to students who applied for
Student Body Presidents spoke against the decrease in salary, Stevens said. economic crunch is being felt in the them two or three years ago.
mandatory enrollment proposal l at the CRISER ADMITTED THAT the "salary Gainesville area."Business R.J. Miller of S.M. Wall.Co., a contracting
egents' meeting. situation will have to be remedied," and more is very slow," Hansen said, agency in Gainesville, said that most of the
UF President Robert Q., Marston who course programs offered when the increase in "although there has been a slight pjckup in workers hired by construction firms in the
earlier said he "strongly opposes coercion summer enrollment takes effect. the past two weeks." area are full-time. .

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f By DEBBIE ERICKSON since 8:30: a.m., to buy tickets to the August 2 representative announced the tickets would

; = Alligator Staff Writer l Rolling Stones concert in Jacksonville.AT not arrive until II p.m.

t "Only the Stones would have people Sue Silva, an employe, said the Great
waiting this long in line for a ticket," Craig 6:30 p.m., they still waited. Jacksonville
Southern had' ,
I'i
promoter
Schwed said..Schwed Tickets were scheduled to go on sale at 11 gone
\ to "talk the concert promoter into giving
'i 1J and two friends l fiad been waitingin a.m. After two .postponements. Bob Liber-
front of the Great Southern Music Hall man Great Southern public relations, Great Southern 1,000 tickets. 'There are no

.., : tickets left in Jacksonville for sale to the
t E fl/ll J I general public" Silva said.
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trim
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persons,purchasing tickets in Gainesville will

J" Alligator By JANET Staff PARK Writer fiscal and budget analyst Bill Corley have to pay $11 to cover a "service charge. ,"
Liberman said.Approximately. .
explained the' need for the ,cutback.
Senate President Dempsey Barron has,
,rI directed the Senate Ways and MeansCommittee "Two things were responsible the fee 125 persons were waiting in,
to trim one per cent of the state increase (doesn't look like it's going to pass, line to buy tickets before the announcement
budget, including almost S17.9 million and some bills look like, they're going to be that the tickets would not arrive: until l II l, p.m.
passed after the rest of the appropriations are '
earmarked for the State University System. .
I made." Corlej'said. Carol Vereen said she had been waiting in
However, different percentages'were cut '
line since 3
CORLEY REFUSED to comment the p.m.
on
from each budget and the university system
reason for the fee hike's predicted defeat, "I THINK THIS is an insane mess. Why
only lost three-fourths of one per cent, according
photo by bob wool to Barron's administrative assistant which would lower the predicted state should it take six hours for tickets to get here
Howard Walton. revenue from Jacksonville? It's only'a two hour drive,"
TICKET LINE The Board of has
"THE GOVERNOR'S recommended Regents already approveda Vereen said.
.at Great Southern Music Hall) measure to raise tuition to $14 per credit
budget was based on anticipated general ,
hour for freshmen and sophomores $15 per Terry Anderson, a UF student, had a
revenue, Walton said. ,
hour for juniors and 'seniors and $20 for different reaction to the delay."I .

graduate students have been here since 1:30: p.m. and I
I Senate tQhod'eIectors'! The legislature now can act on the
think we're lucky to have. a chance to get the
.. proposal however, it .can become effective tickets' she said.READER'S'.
By DEBBIE ERICKSON. calendar-meeting will be elected at tonight's without 'legislative action.
Student Senate meeting. : CORLEY ALSO declined to name the bills
Alligator Staff WriterA '
I A change in the Honor Court rules of expected to pass after appropriations REDRESS

new Student Senate president, president 'procedure 'allowing, the Honor Court chancellor have made saying only "about one half of one

p'rotem.and member at large of the rules and appoint an associate vicechancellorwill :' '. ,percent of the total budget" was,being held City Commission candidate T.E (Ted)
also be voted on. back for that purpose.? Williams said today The Alligator reported
HONOR COURT CHANCELLOR Byron The other one half per cent makes up incorrectly in Monday's Alligator that he
Petersen said the associate vice-chancellor 't evenue lost if the tuition hike does not pass favored a local sales tax.
would have the same powers as the vice- Corley said.Senate .
Singers perform chancellor' Education' Committee Staff Williams said he does not favor a sales tax

,"The associate vice-chancellor would help Director Jack Leppert said hearings and never has.Williams .

I Ibe Chamber S'ngers. after a lengthytour take care of the increased case load expected scheduled by the Ways and Means Committee '
of the Southeast return to UF for when the Honor Court cheating hearing wilt be' attended by all state agencies in* said he was correctly quoted,by
'' The Alligator when he said/"if a tax is needed
their spring concert. resume, Petersen said. dividually.
The concert will ,be..today ,ins the J. The .associate..yice-chance11or. ,would also. Leppert said Ways and Means.,Chairman swallow.a sales tax" is an easier tax fore*"" people' to
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Wayne Reitz Unipn!!. 'L.and ', :lira be;., :presid*.over the,hearings the chancellor, : ,and.,,.s e ,Bob.Saunden, *. D-:<;iainesvi11 told thecommittee (' '.
highlighted by Pinkham s '"Lament of \ice-chancellor must "take themselves off each agency must be representedto Williams was responding to a question
David" .an arrangement of chorus and because they have defended" the person or' determine its share of the budget cuts concerning problems in levying a sales tax vs.

electronic tapes. ? know him personally, he said. since the system_of an across-the-board-cut,of a property tax during a Chamber of Commerce *
Also to be performed is a Bach motet A proposal lowering the voter turnout one per cent is not going to be used. candidate's forum last Tuesday.

called "Jesu. Meinc ..Freude4 ." ., requirement for passing._a. cpnstitutionat Hearings were held Sunday night, Monday '
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Alligator Staff Writer THE BASE CHAPLAIN Father Grothjan, INCLUDED room: ,"'a THE REST OF THE tent was bare.
scrounged nearby Fort Walton Beach gift examining rooms and X-ray Working in a modified'assembly line, the
EDITOR'S NOTE The following b the Ont shops for a miniature Buddha, to be used in pharmacy and lab and a 25-bed in-patient sweating airmen tired after almost 12 hoursof

) of several artIdea surveying. the recent arrivalf Buddhist services. clinic. construction work, pushed to complete the
the Vietnamese refugees at Eglln Air Force But Grothjan, a Catholic priest, said he has Almost all the tents were completed by late needed restrooms and shower,,houses:

Base In the Florida Panhandle. Today's story no idea how to conduct a Buddhist service, Saturday, each containing 12 cots laying. side. Slatted floors wooden walls,and a canvas
deals with the preparations of the refugee and is hoping some refugees will offer advice. by side inside the cramped quarters? :" thrown together in less than
"tent city" constructed less than a week by Approximately 100 local volunteers-who Two naked bulbs hung from the canvas and top-were an

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acres of barren land and a few dirt roads, is with Air Force officials for instructions and

now an instant city for 2,500 Vietnamese advice on their duties.

refugees. ,COL. BILL KEELER, head of tent city 1

Rows of canvas-topped buildings made of operations, said the volunteers, each assignedas _
stacked concrete blocks and slabs of plywood monitors to a different tent, would have to TS\ ,, .
have been built by Air Force servicemen "anticipate the needs of'the refugees.

working in two 12-hour shifts each day since "These people are very reticent, they will go
last Tuesday. for three days with a headache and never ask {*

LOOKING, A BIT like the MASH army for an aspirin Keeler explained.

camp, but without the makeshift bars and At the kitchens, three cooks started to heat

background music, the tent city is Eglin's up large pots of broth tor the incoming
answer to the problem of handling more than refugees who wanted something to eat.
60,000 Vietnamese fleeing from "*.1 20-year-old FRUIT AND TUNA FISH sandwicheswere

war they finally lost. also on the menu.

Saturday, the day before the arrival of the Head cook Bill Bonds said two kitchens

first 300 refugees the Air Force personnel serving "food the Vietnamese are used to,.

worked through the night to complete the tent,.mostly bland stuff" would be operating at the

city.Slowed city.Outside '
by rainfall, the servicemen slushed the recently constructed hospital

through the mud as the final touches were put complex a young airman was putting up signs
on the 240 canvas and wood tents, a field identifying each of the six buildingsinI'

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ks'M ONE AIRMAN grateful for the chance to He described himself as a "local taxpayer

stop working for a few minutes, complainedabout just out to see what was going on," but was

the long work shifts he put in to help obviously more than just that, because he had

build the refugee city. miltary clearance to come out to the encampment -

"I've( been working out here since six this .

morning, and it seems like it's been since six Looking inside the tents of cots and army

yesterday morning. Believe me, if you ain't blankets, the man said the refugees would

used to this shit, it's hard work," he said. "welcome" the accomodations."If .

Bill Carter, a young airman, said he was
.you have seen were they lived in
forward
looking to the refugees coming,
F 9f Vietnam. this would look like a kingdom.
"especially the girls.
"THERE AREN'T MANY girls here, you They have probably never seen so much living

know, and I've heard some things about the space in their lives." he said.

Vietnamese girls from a few of the officers," Minutes after describing the life of the

Carter said. refugees in Vietname the man passed by the
photo by ode ttrln\ One man wearing a green. sport. coat banking facility set up to exchange the gold
REFUGEE TENTS smiling as he surveyed the tent site marveledat and foreign currency many of the Vietnamesetook
: canvas draped' over wood frame 'the "miracle" accomplished: by the. Air with them in their flight from home.
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TERRI SALT and Parking, "hired the civil engineering department to
Alligator Staff Writer develop 'a long-range transportation system."
The survey, showing student traffic patterns on campus, is
Berta,Santos spent five hours watching people going in and one of many methods that will be used to collect data, he said.
out of the J.: Wayne Reitz Union. Surveys will be mailed to faculty and staff members, and
A waste of time? Not for Berta who gets paid $2 an hour vehicles coming onto campus wilt also be counted Siegel said.
tor watching the traffic flow., COSTING AN estimated $9.000. the student survey Is the
+ rL V h Like approximately 60 ,other UF students,' Berta is "largest and most critical survey that needs$ to: be" done
gathering information for the civil engineering department's 'because students form the highest per cent of campus
,campus transportation study. population.* he said.
II 5 MAKING MARKS ON a piece of paper, Berta counts the "All the workers are,students," Siegel added, explainingthe
people and tallies the number every fifteen minutes. When money will therefore, return to the university community.
she's not counting she stops passers-by and asks questionslike Berta. JED who got the job through student employment,
"How many trips did you, take from your home to said,"I had a lot of tree hours and needed job.'.'
campus yesterday?"and "Did you use a bike or car?" SCHEDULING her working hours between class time
L1" "Some people are really paranoid/ said Susan Wolf 2UC. Berta spends nearly 20 hours ,a week, counting and
who questioned approximately 10 students each hour outsidethe ,questioning. '
Campus Shop and Bookstore Monday. Last week sitting outside Johnson Hall, a number of staff
"They won't give me their address," she explained. workers watched her suspiciously as she marked down some
KAREN KILE, 3AS, added that one student asked her if figures.
she was a narcotics agent. "They thought somebody was trying to check up on them,"
"Some people play games by going in and out the door a she said with a laugh. '
J1Aphoto hundred times." she said with a laugh. Others either pretend Although the job often gets a little dull, Berta said "It
they don't see the counters or deliberately avoid them, she really isn't bad." She can wear whatever she wants and can sit
by John moron outside in the sun. '
I PASSERSBY COUNTED said.DR.. ROBERT SIEGEL, assistant professor of civil "Where else am I going to sit there-for hours counting
4 for transportation survey engineering who is in charge of the study, said UF's Traffic people and get paid for it?" she added.



I Proposal to usurp student parking spaces killed I


By FRANK RINELLA opened the meeting by saying the committee was looking for It was argued the students would use the space on a 24-hour
Alligator Staff WriterA the "least bad solution." basis, whereas the faculty and staff use would be on an eight-
"We don't have enough parking spaces, so we have to favor hour basis.
proposal to change 550 student campus park'ng somebody," Wattleworth said.' Peter Grant Groia a dorm resident, said the walk! from the
spaces into faculty and staff parking was defeated by the DR. JOHN S. FITCH, proponent of the proposal said, commuter lot to the dorm could be dangerous for women.
Parking and Transportation Committee'Monday afternoon. "Faculty, if they had,to walk from,a commuter lot, would "I 1 estimate the walk from the commuter lot to tbtrm
The 550 resident A and B spaces'are located around the spend around 18 minutes walking to class,or to their office. area to be about one mile with'Several potentially dangerousareas
Murphree. Broward Yulee and Jennings dormatories. This is time that they could be spending with their students. for females to walk by at night,"he said.
AFTER LONG discussion and protests by dorm residents "What we have to decide is what would we be better, Karen Shortridge resident life coordinator of Broward
the committee voted unanimously to remove the proposal 'serving the students by allowing the 500 or so students who dorm, said if the proposal was passed, it would permit a
from series of suggestion to ease faculty parking problems.Dr. would park here or the teachers and the students that they parking lot to replace the grass recreation area just behind the
Joseph A. Wattleworth Chairman of the Committee teach." Fitch said. Broward tennis courts.We've '


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Alligator Staff Writer Sunday evening on the Plaza presented by 'SMALLER M-6 TUNERS
Accent '76.CI11NG. ,
ABC;News anchorman Howard K. Smith Reg. INSTALLED
Sunday called for the creation of a RURAL migration to the cities as 48.00 V3, WHILE THEY/
Presidential Panel to determine where the major cause pf ghettoes and crime, Smith LAST
America is going and where we will be ten opposed"giving away billions in welfare when Repair and renovation'' Eton all I I
years from, now. 'we have millions of jobs." fretted instruments.
Stop by and hop In our no-
Citing an all-pervasive unhappiness and an Smith favored putting welfare recipients pressure atmosphere.
"unAmerican lack of confidence in the into'low-paying jobs and supplementing their
future",Smith's proposal would "light up the inadequate incomes with some welfare, LESSONS 377-6394
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A'FA'TAL LACK of foresight in America not tax-eaters" Smith said pointing out
'lias resulted in the ecological economic and another example of lack of foresight. SPECIALIZING IN TOP QUAUTT'MCWAdrHG I
energy crises: we now face: Smith said. CANOE EQUIPMENT RENTALS, 'CANES, TENTS,
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HOWARD K. SMITH BACKPACKS
I type of problem you can think of" Smith people would be to inaugurate a national '
.spoke on Plaza said. program of rebuilding our rail system. Smith
proposed. iRf/l'/
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I, Coed raped robbedA cars, not people" Smith said. "We've got to
do something about phasing down our use of
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19-year-old UP student was, pants, turned the victim's bedroom America should be moving toward relianceon
raped and robbed;';Sunday, morning, ,lights on 'and off to wake her and efficient means of mass transit such as
according to Dick Gerald Gainesville )then 'threatened her with a ten-to- subways and buses according to Smith not a
.Police .f Department ? jGD( ) .fourteen Inch.kitchen knife*'...Gerard, dependence. cars.,
l 'spokesman:( %:'* %7. "' *i . ; (: SAYING; AMERICA has, "the most, ': ,, '
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entered her southwest Gainesville fleeing. which allows for clear culpability and im- f
apartment while she. slept. According to GPD reports, the mediate accountability of public officials.
The attacker described only as a Sunday morning attack was the tenth
black male wearing light' colored. rape reported in Gainesville this year.BAT'S "We never would have had a tragedy like
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I .1 Bryan Is Academic Affairs VPDr. University



Robert A. Bryan was
approved by Bryan Is president-elect of the Florida
the Board of Regents Monday
as Vice- J19e5t
president for Academic Affairs at the x ,Association of Colleges and Universities.He .
Was a member of a state-wide
of Florida.
University He has been serving
interim J committee on future of laboratory schools .by tkt Diriuoit of fam.io.llrbIk.tk1 *4
as vice-president for '
Academic in Florida and S .....,..
chairman of a state-wide .n'kes 10 CMf.
Affairs since
August and
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moves up from task force on modification of a Community kilt offk'ml mulct 4 ImporttKtinformation .
associate vice-president, a position to has to.tlHlt"/tlttllt.f"
College-State University System articula
t. held since 1971. ti agreement.' H Dr.Bryan 49,was selected
; by President
A native of Lebanon Pa.
is
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: Robert Marston following 55S
a six-month
married to the former Kathryn Elizabeth .
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+ search by a faculty committee which i
i I Williams. They have two children, Lyla
screened 200 candidates and
\ f. nine in open meetings. interviewed $. Kay, 17, and Matthew, 15. Bryan was aship's Open Hearing On
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: t4r JI 6 i'cis officer in the U.s. Merchant Marine
"Although the committee, chaired by from 1945-47 and a special agent in the U.S.
Graduate School Dean ,
Harry Sisler, IF Honor SystemA
,determined a number of the candidates y 'Army Counter Intelligence Corps, 195458.
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were qualified for the job, Bryan was the 9%..Jq
a a
top choice,"Dr.Marston said "Dr. Bryan rp ow public hearing on' Honor System
I is well prepared to continue the duties he Job InterviewsThree revision will be held Thursday at 8'pjn. in
has performed so well since his predecessor Room 347, J. Wayne Reitz Union. A
,Dr.Harold Hanson, became executive: 1 companies will be conducting student-faculty Task Force on the Student
vice-president In August, 1974. I am interviews on campus this week,searching Judiciary, has .recommended a complete
pleased that this team which has contributed DR.:ROBERT BRYANat for potential employees among soon-to- overhaul of the honor system, doing away
so much to this University is with me in graduate UF students. Students should with the Honor Court as it now exists and
this critical,yet hopeful,time in the life of the University of Kentucky and the sign up at least one day in advance in the replacing it with a faculty-student Honor t.
the University." University of California Extension Divi- Career Planning and Placement Center in Council.A .
Bryan joined the faculty of the Univer- sion in Tokyo, Japan. G-22 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. The deadline of May 30 has been set for the
sity of Florida as an assistant professor of Educated in the public schools of Miami service is also available to UF alumni. plan to be completed. In I his recent
English in 1957 and became dean of and Charlotte, N.C. and at the Universityof Employers visiting campus May 6-13 are ,newsletter to students, President Marston
faculties in 1970 after serving as assistantto Miami' (B.A.) and University of listed below.Wednesday.. encouraged students to express their
the dean and then assistant dean of the Kentucky (M.A. and Ph.D), Bryan' has *Electronic Data Systemsand feelings on the proposals] of the Task Force
Graduate School. During the 1959-70 specialized: In 16th and 17th century Burroughs Corporation and the honor system at the hearing.
academic year he was dean of advanced English literature, with special emphasison Thursday None Approximately 30 people attended 'a
studies and director of research at Florida the poetry of Edmund Spenser, John FrIday-None public hearing April 30.
Atlantic University.He has taught English Donne, Andrew.Marvell and John Milton. Monday Aetna Life and Casualty
Next Tuesday Aetna Life and Casualty TaxReduction;

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.. Married Student May Increase

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Center Program Some PaychecksSome

Classified Under New
SystemEvery UF's Center for Married Students and
Student Families will offer a program for University of Florida employeesmay
faculty member must be correctly classified under a new uniform system couples, "Fighting and Loving: Clean or find their pay checks a few dollars
established by the Board of Regents by Friday of this week., Dirty?" at 7:30 pan.: Thursday at 1320 W. larger beginning with this Friday's check.
Details of the new classification system were outlined in a memorandum of April University Avenue. ,The reason for the boon is the beginningof
18 to deans, directors and department chairpersons from Gail W. Melton, The program, to conducted by Dr. the reduction in the 1975 federal
administrative assistant in the Office of Academic Affairs. Ann Q. Lynch of Student Mental Health withholding tax. Assistant University Controller -
The new system was developed "with primary concern for possible future Services and Rev. Larry Reimer of the Monte Loeb noted that between
collective bargaining determinations," the memorandum state. United Church, will deal with transac- May and December, employees may have
The memorandum instructs administrators to examine: the current and tional analysis and humanistic-pragmatic from $0 to .$200 spread out In their
proposed status (effective during the next contract year) of each faculty member approaches to marital communication. paychecks. The amount of a reduction an
and determine and appropriate classification to reflect the relationship of the Babysitting will be provided at Baby individual receives is based on income,
faclty member to the University and that a compiled listing of all faculty Gator Nursery.Call the Center,377-8125 or deductions and other information.
concerned be sent to Ms. Melton's office prior to May 9., Dean Bob Burrell, 3921261.

The memorandum spells out four appointment types-continuing, temporary,
full-time and part-time. It also details what are called appointment status IBC Extends Hours
Cuban Lecture TomorrowJavier .
.
modifiers-joint faculty, affiliate faculty, adjunct faculty, auxiliary, honorary, Black .
The Institute of Culture at 1510 W.
research, interim, regular] visiting, and acting.
Bray, chairman of the
Spanish University Avenue is extending its hourson
American League Against Discrimination Wednesday and Thursday to 8 :p.m.
(SALAD) will discuss his organization in a Other weekday hours are 8 a jn.: to 5 p.m.
This WeekPoet \ .free public lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday in The Institute is available as a meetingsite
107-B of the Architecture and Fine Arts for University organizations. To
Building. Bray, Cuban-born son of an reserve, call 392-0895. The IBC houses
Homer and African American family,will discuss SALAD as a books,periodicals and art objects dealing
community organization its problems and with black culture.Legislative.

Culture Are Campus TopicsDr. future lecture perspectives.The Is sponsored. by the Center Hotline;

for Latia'Acnerican Studies as part of its
LA 440 course, "Cubans. In Miami: Exile Information on the status of bills in the
:. Robert Fitzgerald, Boylston professor form free-to-the-public spring sing-out at or Minority?" 1975 Florida legislature can be obtained by
of poetry at Harvard University and 8:15: tonight in the Reitz Union Ballroom, calling toll-free 1-800442-1827.
translator of Homer, speaks on his under the direction of Willis Bodine. ,
specialty at 8 p.m. tonight in the Reitz
Union Auditorium. The English Depart .
ment hosts( Fitzgerald's visit on campus.Winthrop Lunch Box Theatre. Ckvobml Khor Scholarship Drivt

Jordan,history professor at the I I
University of California at,Berkeley, Florida Players entertain during the
speaks on "Music and the Transmission of noon hour on Wednesday on the Reitz, To Russ $'s for Minority! Stofarts
African Culture to the United States" at 8 Union North Lawn. You can bring your
" p.m.Wednesday in Room 109,Little Hall in own lunch or buy one at the scene.
a free, public lecture.He An annual Cleveland Kiner Scholarship Drive,to provide funding for scholarships for
is the third speaker in the Southern Big Band UF minority students,continues this week.Collection tables will beset up between Little
Studies Speakers Series, sponsored by the Hall and Carleton Auditorium for the next two weeks, with members of the Black
University College Student Council and the The University's Concert Band,about 80 Student Union encouraging members of the University community to participate in the,
Public Functions Committee. ,strong,gives its spring twilight concert at "quarter:per quarter plan" which asks that 25 cents be donated to I the fund each
7 p.m. Wednesday on 'the University academic quarter. -
Chamber Stagers Auditorium lawn. The program,under the The 1975-76 scholarships will be awarded at the annual Cleveland Kiner Banquet May {
direction of Gary Langford,will last about 30 in the Reitz Union. Now deceased,, Kiner, was director of UF's Equal Education,
The University Chamber Singers per- 'one hour. Opportunity Program.

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" The claims flow" as freely" ,as water. I COR.kECTIVE ;":,::,;,",:j' :

;' "Only half a dozen universities in this country ___

;,/ offer as wide a scope of professional fields on a OIW.

single campus." I SURGERY

"None in the region has more nationally ranked _

departments and only; two or three Southern _

universities, are in a comparable position." FOREIGN &'DOMESTIC ) .

They are talking about UFi; and the claims come .

from the 1974.75 UF Undergraduate Catalog. FO .0. EY1A1Id3v

That catalog may have played a significant part in

recruiting you, if you are a student here now. But <, _
there is only one problem with the claims theyare
becoming'' outdated.On '
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April' .25,. TlieAlligator: devoted well overonequarter

of a page, telling 'you about, ,the
problems created by the loss of one full-time typistin

the UF sociology; department '

Viewed :singly. it' might appear the loss of one,
'
typist in an isolated department: the College:of :
Arts and Sciences might not cause many Proxmire is one in a hundred :1:1It

problems. But it did, and taken in the larger

perspective, it will affect more than the life of the is tempting to treat the U.S. Senate as an undifferentiated Proxmire seems to be on a winning streak lately. ;
woman who left.Instructors' ,mass of blithering idiots. He received quite a bit of attention recently with his attack I
For the most part it is composed of people like Hubert on the National Science Foundation for ,wasting the taxpayers'
time once went for counseling,
Humphrey and Roman Hruska, about whom I can mak:'non. money spending$84,000 for a study of love.
course preparation, research, and reading. Now; a libelous comment BY THE TIME the furor had died down he was back with \
share of it must be used to type test stencils or a report on a study of passionate love that is costing the
HOWEVER, AT ODD intervals one of the hundred .
grade lengthy essay exams. from the' to do reasonable. Certainly taxpayers 5260,000.It
pack something
emerges
should be noted that this attack on wasteful spending has
As a result, the typing is not done as efficiently, Sam Ervin has provided a few bright moments. Gene not gone unnoticed by the liberal establishment. He has j
and neither is the teaching. Anything which encroaches McCarthy and Barry Goldwater deserve credit 'for doing already received a slap on the wrist for deviationism from
battle with the big Texan. And Mark Hatfield says something
on the time a faculty member has to rational intervals.At James Reston himself.
teach students detracts from ,the overall quality ofa at irregular Obviously undeterred Proxmire has discovered that
present one Senator seems to stand head, shoulders $500,000 was spent over seven years to determine why rats,
and the UF askedto
university, faculty at are being and navel above the others. That is William Proxmire. D- monkeys and humans clench their jaws. .
spend,an increasing amount of their time doing Wis. ACCORDING TO Proxmire: "From these findings of

ridiculous clerical functions. Proxmire has' always been right when the liberal" hordes these studies it is clear that the government paid half a million

Such functions are necessary to the system, and, have been running in the right direction. He was against-the dollars to find out that anger, stopping smoking' and loud
Vietnam War earlier than most;he usually opposes the more noises produce jaw clenching in people.
should be performed. but not by professors.Of .
repressive law and order measures; and so on. Proxmire has expanded his attacks on government
course, the bottom, line in any university stupidity beyond these noble attempts to save the taxpayers'
HOWEVER, PROXMIRE has often been right when the
system is the student and the quality of his or her assembled liberaldom is doing its lemming act. For example, money. He is also. taking on the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC)
education. Obviously, UF students don't need any he was one of only four Senators to vote against authorizing
reminder of the lack of advantages they are President Nixon to impose wage and price controls.

receiving as a result of proposed budget cutbacks. Proxmire seemed like the best of a bad lot to libertarianseven

in 1972. The Committee for a Restructured Republic, a [ BRIAN DONERLY
But students do need a reminder that the: )
front group for Northeastern libertarians, was looking'for a
situation is of hand. While
not totally out the way to oppose Nixon in the 1972 New Hampshire primary.
Florida Student Lobby, the Committee for QualityEducation
They toyed with the idea of renaming themselves "Young
and Students Against Cutbacks have
Republicans for Proxmire" in order to do battle with the evil He attacked the FCCs Fairness Doctrine in article in
an
off the all have
organized to fight slashing,
budget
Dick. Unfortunately, nothing ever came of it. the April 12 TV Guide. Proxmire recognizes it for what it is:
had problems in attracting interested volunteers
an unconscionable infringement on freedom of speech.HE .

and-or money.Leadership WENT SO far as to suggest the possibility of the
is crucial in this effort. Jim Eaton OPINIONMORE ] abolition of the FCC. That's an idea so good that it appearedin
[
and Dan Lobeck pledged their support in fightingfor this column a few years ago. '

UF students when they ran for student body Proxmire's. emergence as defender of the taxpayer's dollar
president and vice president, respectively.. I have come at a better time. This is the first Congressin
a few decades to be without the able
services
of H.R. Gross,
The 60-day legislative'sessian is now more than RECENTLY, left wing libertarian Karl Hess his a Republican Representative from Iowa. .

half over. Student Government leaders must not new book "Dear America," praised Proxmire as one of the Gross was such' a fanatic on,saving money that.he once
wait to provide such leadership and students .three American politicians that seem to operate on principle.The questioned the expense of the perpetual flame on JFK's grave.
should not wait to follow their lead in letter writingand others were James Buckley and Barry Goldwater. Maybe Proxmire could reopen that question.,

lobbying in Tallahassee.It .

is time we all heeded the message of one UF The Independent Ron Edltor.ln-Chlef Cunningham Managing David l Klein Editor,

dean who told us not long ago UF was on the

verge of greatness in many departments, and now, Florida Alligator :;: Moron Donna i3rvgmast
is about to lose its prospects for improvement. ii Layout Editor* ,

Greatness is hard achieve but lose. ifUH/ Unuticau;
to so easy to MindlKeimon Jody Corlin
Years from now, will students look, back' with Q3 ,, Newt Editor Layout Editor
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regret because of lost opportunities simply because R.A.'Tony' K.ndzior. ....,. ... .. ,...,.... .,.......0:. ...... ..,..General (4Publishsd
they were too apathetic in 1975 to take affirmative, James V.Cook .,. .,., ..,.... ,.,... ,. ...........AIaIltont Gen.ral Manager '
decisive action? M.... Evelyn Belt . .. ... .. ., .,. ,.. ..,....'. ..,..:.......Admlnllfratlve Monger Assistant by
Anne Molphur ..., ..". ..,..,... ....,. ..... .. .... ... ,, ........lookMeper (:..,..,..1.'' f:lillituilllll' 111 I M.11.... I III!
Or will they look back with pride because of the C.Roy Shipp .,. "., ..,...s.'.'' ", ".', .. ..;.......,..,, : ,
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opportunities they saved through such action? Tom MocNamaro . ..., ... ."...;;:I.'i.".. ...JJ.: ., ..., .. ,. ... .. ..lulln..Monoger.. .Accountant, P.O. loa 13266 University
Roy Mcc..Jr. . ,. .i .,'..I ... :}i'.. .';... .... .. ... : Station Gainetvillft. Florida with\
Taking one weekend off to ,talk to your Donna Lubrono .. . .. ..'. .. .t! :'f'f.. ....".'".. .. .. .Advertiling Advettiling Manager I 1 I' I elf ices behind the College "Inn.
r legislators instead of going to the beach may be the Acey Horper .'. . .. . ........I.., .,\.. ........". .Special SectlonlCoordlnotor Coordinator ,1771 Watt Univemly. Avenue
Lynda Homl--: ",.. .,. .'.' .... ..... ..., .: '.,. ,. .. .Advertiling business lice phone:374446.Editorial .
,only way you will avoid regretting ever heeding' Lynn SokI.r,1' .. .. ., .. ... .,. . ... "..... .., .... .Editorial Production Manager Department: CTtUtt.Advartlting .
those glowing words you read in the UF Undergraduate iimFuwt.it* . . .. ,. ..,, ,.. ..... ',' .. ... .Editorial Products Production Manager and :Production
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Florida Alligator.Tuesday..May 6. 1971 Paae'



I Kennedy tradition will continue in 1976.1-1 I


The name Kennedy has been
EDITOR at now confronted
with the tact I
the forefront of American politics for over 40 possible vote getter does that their best will be so tired of Democrats they will opt fora not. come out and say, "1 want thepresidency.
not wish "
years. It has embraced such political positionsas turned their eyes to Henry ( to run, Republican president,. ." .. ,
Scoop) Jackson.
commissioner, ambassador, senator Now being the good Democrat Barring any unforeseen tragedy this What will happen? The Democratic Party,
attorney general and president. John F. one would expect Senator that he is, Republican president would also'serve a'total struck in the face by reality and realizing

Kennedy and Robert'F, Kennedy sought the have to support the candidate Kennedy would of eight years. Lying in the background to this Jackson is not going to amass any votes will
of
presidency'and it is safe to say that Edward choice. In effect it is his party's premise is the belief that Kennedy still intensely come ,out and draft Kennedy for the'
impossible -
Kennedy's intense.desire for the presidency is Kennedy could to see how desires the presidency. Democratic nomination.

equal to that'of his brothers; before! him. 1976 presidential support nomination.any Democrat for'the' After,the two Democratic and Republican KENNEDY, WHOSE desire for' the'

Several months ago the senator announcedthat This supposition is ,administrations the year would be 1992. By presidency burns ever so strong, will gladly
predicated on the ,,. ,this time
Kennedy will be 60
for personal reasons he would not seek following premise If years old and his accept. '
; a Democrat t should win
the presidential nomination oq'the 1976, it is safe to say that barring intense desire for the presidency will have In short time the American people will see

Democratic ticket. foreseen tragedy he would win any un been extinguished.IN not the termination,but the "continuation of,
WHAT HAS TRANSPIRED because of giving this individual a second term, SHORT, IF Kennedy is going to make tradition."
a total of
the senator's commitment, has been the office. eight years in, his move for the presidency he will have to

tradition" make it in 1976. At the time the James Grainer
"iermination of The, Democrats AT THIS TIME,the American' present
body politic !senator is .,
maintaining a low profile. He will JAS

Hit and
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drivers; ": "I' "..\ .'. (, ..", / : I Hecklers. f //I.. .
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I hope you got a' big thrill ';,,; ,j"ffi! address this to. "' the.
,,
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out of seeing my .little tan : miscellaneous idiots and

Gremlin get bashed while 1 hecklers who have nothing:

was watching the state high better to do than shout insulting

school tennis matches Friday remarks at such

afternoon. For the lucky distinguished speakers as

, driver of that big white Allen Ginsberg and Norman

t machine. I could sponsor you Mailer.
,
in a certified demolition derby : : : : : JJr1j These pseudointellectualextroverts

for far less than the $150 it do not even have
, will : : = the intelligence and intellectto
cost me to' get my car r'r,
fixed. communicate with these

Although' the financial I.l iI two men on the same level, let

aspect of this is minimal to ', alone criticize them. Ginsber ,

you, I can only wish you the took the obscene remarks
"\ directed at him in silence,
best when you get hauled off ,
to traffic court the next' time 'Ij while my hat is off to Norman

you leave ,the scene of the Mailer for telling the hecklers

accident.AS :,::c'l;i: what he thought of them.
,. .,, .. nlGJa'' IT IS RIDICULOUS when
FOR ALL watchful ". :
you ,
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I ,>IIEIIf, 'J& I few loud mouthed idiots
.. : a can
observers, I add that '
can ,
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... ruin when the
perhaps you'll have a little ;' I a presentation
," of the audience
majority
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE: '
more empathy the next time 1975 .
wants to hear what the
you walk out to your parked
tar and l find it in an asymmetrical speaker has to say. .

shape. Bill Flora .
Jim Lackritz 2UC


More to life than 'CDSworththemoney Judo karate I



debate
sexual rages

'scoring? EDITOR 1 feel I must respond to a letter from one
Murray Daw concerning the Corner Drug Store. To start EDITOR This is to clarity an test and apply those
EDITOR Last fall I each of us is sexually compatible apparent misunderstandingabout techniques learned in class."
off I'll say, "You've got to be kidding! You certainly
started a dating service to with half of the entire don't sound as' if you are an "experienced drug volun judo and karate One must make a ?r

help university students human race. Then, physical teer." resulting from an article on distinction between an op-

overcome their own shyness appearance doesn't becomeas You are not justified in making these statements only judo in The Alligator April 22 ponent and a sparring
m be able to carry on some much of issue other and letter Both karate and
an as having worked there on- quarter which would amount to a responding on partner. judo

kind of relationship, with factors, like interests, pulling 10 three-hour si!,fts at the most. And undoubtedlyit karate,April 25. The letter by evolved as means of combatfor
members of the opposite sex. lifestyles, religion, etc. Jan Nelson and Melanie dealing with opponents,
I was not one of the busy shifts(e.g. 4-7 and 7.10 P.M., the
got arrested for "solicitation Four out of five coeds on 10.1 A.M., not to mention the graveyard shift. Halfaker attempts to refute armed or unarmed, but by

without a permit" and was this campus (fin particular) set I THINK IT'S safe ,to say that Daw was probably not statements made earlier by different techniques.Judo .

forced to return everyone's their own standards as far as 'working during one 'of the two clinics on Monday or Dr. Gerhard Ritter on the uses naga waza
I.
money, which'would have appearance goes, makeup or Wednesday. This service alone is enough 'to 'warrant differences between judo and (throwing techniques) and

been returned anyway due to no. I AM sober. They need to funding from Student Government and Alachua County. karate. w i karame waza (grappling

the low turnout from women learn how to attract men in And please, Mr. Daw, don't generalize! that "most of the Their refutation is techniques) both of which: are
( based
predictable). However the other ways besides strutting volunteers you know feel like babysitters." Having workedas designed to subdue the op-
results of the service, along around displayingtheir upon erroneous ,assumptionsand ponent without hurting 'him.
campus a volunteer there tor three yean I feel I am contributingmy .
w ith general observations, Give us a chanceto misinterpretations.Ritter's Karate uses atemi waza
wares. time to 'a very worthwhile organization. And I can
indicate that woman's lib has become'WHOLE human speak for all of my friends who are volunteers at the CDSIn broad statements are in based'on (striking techniques) which
far both
experience
"
to go. beings by capitalizing: on our closing I would like to say that if UP and Gainesvillelet arts. He holds !subdues the opponent in
second
Now, as in the past, women other, less passionate ap- a most needed organization like the CDS die, we will black belt in a and degree 'manners highly injurious to
judo
are a'
unwilling to take any real petites. lose something that is badly needed in a university city brown belt in tae kwan do. ,the opponent.

initiative in the dating game., THE RESULTS would be !such as Gainesville. PRACTICING ,' KARATE
Ritter
They Ron Zamora on April 25., stated
must rely on their revolutionary. We would no with a partner can in now way
7PE that a basic difference between ,
Physical
appearance to attract longer'act like flies attracted, be considered the same as
men. Yet paradoxically, they to candlelight and getting judo and karate was actualizing one's karate skills

:we usually' skeptical of men their wings burned in the The Independent defeat that in judo the objective is to against an,opponent Judo in
an opponent) without
"
0
are primarily interested People would no contrast uses the same

*sel,which are the men they longer process.consider each other as Florida Alligator hurting hurt him while, in karate techniques and as. vigorouslyin
you
Uft your opponent.
most likely to attract. mere sexual targets: the class sparring and in
NELSON
AND
AT ANY RATE Halfaker tournament as would be used
we see' of the being to
object game Sheila Draper Gory lalanoff 25
that on ;April argue, 'that in
marriage is too often just "score." We will have finally Entertainment Editor AMooe'e Editor karate against an opponent. By
8 form of' legalized progressed beyond ,sterile you spar with partner design, karate hurts the

P'ottirutiorj.with both parties economic equality:' the best, .t technique and endurance; opponent, judo arrest the
I Doug Hatch "points are awarded not ,for -
nfcrKtedfc.good'Vatcrr'; *t:
amendment 'the opponent.
to '
any Wire Editor .
blows that
injure' the
(Pod-looking mates), but the could us.' opponent
Woman also nterestedin Constitution give Greg Fo,.,., Tom Shroder but for strikes to an Fred G. Thompson
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"nancial Stwr Editor Awt.Newt Editor open, area, that ifhit.-,.'ould Judo Club Vice President
security. Allen'SawyerJUC
injure the Florida State MuseumThelnd.p.nd.nt
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: Godspell actors

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REVIEW BY The script itself was justa are pretty touching, I'm
Michael Skinner collection of devices, not sure the rock music:
gags, stage cliches, format is appropriate. ', '
imitations, and vaudeville There is a serious questionof >'/.
,, .
The New York Touring catch phrases that did not pop religion herei ,..
Company of "Godspell" help make a point, only everybody wants to make a ..
returned to the Great confuse the few points the buck on Jesus Christ he
Southern Music: Hall for play tried to make. can't sue."Godspell".
two performances Sunday "Godspell" is based ona and most .
and if the show was not a pretty dumb idea other pop religion works lowest Jesus dances the script: and that's where and the band were good
turkey it was definitely of anyway. It proposes to tell take the highest in religion Philly and kisses the girls they slipped up. also.But.
the poultry family. the entire gospel l. story in a personal realization! on the mouth. All their hamming, and in the end,
b' Let me make one thing minutes( and perfect 4-4 and surrender 'to a I want to make sure even their cheap local !something about' the show
perfectly clear:. the scriptwas time. "Jesus Christ, superior force-and dragit vou realize this was not jokes (Leonardo's Pizza !still bothered n\e. Christ
at fault. The actors Superstar" in all its classic: : down to a lowest the actors fault they did was mentioned, as well asa !said anyone who made a
were line and the per glory said it first and common: denominator. everything they could. contrived "Go Gators") show of his religion would
formance was enjoyable, better years ago. ""Godspell" ignores the They sang, they danced, couldn't save it, although not enter into the
but only on a talent show And even though the faith: and the discipline of they told jokes; they'did, they were" very very Kingdom Heaven. And,
level. !songs are lyrical and some religion and exalts the everything, but write the' talented. And the lights folks, he said it. I didn't.Janis .




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gather moss i loaded alsoReview /

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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI the person responsible for by
Alligator Staff Writer bringing the Stones to Sonya Booth
Jacksonville.A .
The high Druids of total sellout crowd of I It may not have been the social event of the season, but a lot
rock the Rolling Stones, 65,000 is expected.No Ai4 I of people had a pretty good time at the free Jimmy Buffett
will be descending on the ordinary back-up concert: Saturday night.
city: of Jacksonville this groups are being considered
!summer as part of their for the Stones There were enough people sprawled out under the
three month western concert.: Some of the twinkling stars to stretch from the Union almost back to the
hemisphere tour. names thrown around Hub (sorry I never did learn how to estimate crowds). If you
The Stones will performin recently by Drashin were were looking for somebody around town Saturday night
Jacksonville's Gator Rufus, Loggins and. and couldn't find them, that's where they were. '
Bowl on Saturday. August Messina- the Eagles, and
2, at 2, p.m. It will be an Labelle. Jimmy Buflett and his Choral Reefers gave the crowd what
.iftcinoon concert 'in the With Mick Jagger they wanted some easy-going music with clever lyrics.
heat of the South's most !singing "Brown Sugar" on > Music to laugh with, music: to tap feet to; music: for low-rent
!stifling month. ,tie back of a flatbed people to do the bump to (and of course some did). Buffett
The tickets were selling 'truck the Stone gave an looked about as loaded as' everyone else and his drinking
lor lOon a first come first impromptu one song songs were a big hit.
!serve basis in Jacksonville.As concert in Greenwich
of Monday evening. Village last week to' announce ...... T .... ._ A plug for the warm-up band Brouhaha, is also in order. It
was the first time the local band had
void out. ever played as a
they were to the world their JIMMY BUFFETT group
in front of so many questionable people, and did
The is three month they a good
concert expectedto tour.
,Coral Reefers and he were hot job.
gross approximately "You can't always get
$650.000 and will last lour what you want but if you
and one-half hours, said try sometimes you get what
Sidney Drashirt. presidentof you need." as Mick would I shown sensitive light I
Jet Set Enterprises and !say..

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Review by '(67 appearance at Montery singing "Ball and Chain," her
LARRY GIVENS wailing performance of"Piece of My Heart"at Woodstock

Ii, : in '69 and her electrifying performance of "Move.Over"
1,,' ; .' during her 70
the Dick
appearance on Cavett show.
,
,
E "Janis." a Crawley Films production, captures: the many The film also focuses on Joplin's earthy candor and zest
dynamic facets of Joplin and her inimitable style ranging lor life through interviews made in San Francisco in '67; in
Irom an emotionally charged crooning of George Ger- Europe in '69.70 while on tour with the Kosmic: Blues
Mick Jagger shwin's "Sumn1ertim to the raw, pulsating energy of Band; during her Dick Cavett appearance, and from her
"Down on Me." return to Port Arthur, Texas for the tenth reunion of her
;* The film featuring rare footage of her concerts, high school' class shortly before her untimely death
rehearsals and frank interviews traces Joplin's career from' Oct. 4, 1970.
a man her early days in '67 with Big Brother and the Holding Co. ,A sensitive portrait of Joplin emerges as the film reveals
of wealth to The Festival Express Train tour of Canada in July 1970, her unhappy high school days as a recluse painter when,
r t Aa with the Full Tilt Boogie Band. "They laughed me out of school, out of town and out of
and taste 'i Joplin is shown_at her best, a refreshing'departure from the state" and her subsequent rise to stardom.
{ the melodramatic portrayal of the "tragic: star" as in the According to F.R. Crawley,executive producer Joplin's
.1 rock biography "Jimi Hendrix" and Bob emphasis parents who had final approval over the film, insisted on
on the declining" aspects of Lenny Bruce's career and life in'Lenny. retaining the earthy language in her interviews because in

her mother's words,'"That's they way Janis, was.", ,
.i.r" 'jtffe .IIf' Rather. the film focuses on .Joplin's vibrant on stage F.R. Crawley executive producer, spent three\ears
; n", -.", i energy of her performances of "Me" and "Maybe" in hunting down and acquiring the rights to film clips for the
I Germany during the '69 European tour with the Kosmic: production, traveling from New York and San Francisco to
Blues! Band and "Tell Mama"and "Kosmic: Blues" duringthe Munich London. Paris, and Stockholm.
';(
I.ti/I: ;: Festival train tour of Canada. Directed and edited by Howard Alk and Seaton Findlay -
l Also featured are such I memorable performances as her, .\ Janis" is a must e Ten theluJcewarm'Joplinfan.fin.t' .

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your choice Handmade for designs of $1400 I )( or best offer. 1974 kawasaki 900 house. washer-dryer ft dishwasher entertaining.
who wont the best Original Individuals for sale $2200 or best offer call 373.8131 central o-c ft heat graduate low or med
4 South' Leading Artists Master work Gold by for InformatIon (o->.129.p) student quiet place to study call
Smith ond George 372-8536 before 5:30: pm.
lapidisl Unconditional stereo
component system turntable 2
Guarantee OZZIE 8y appointment only speakers and receiver perfect for dorm All RENTS SLASHEDI) Do You Know What
373-3894 (o-49t-lOS-pj) entertainment call bill after 4pm for (Special Summer Rotes) You Face In Law School?.

oir c SO lawn mower 25 refrig, 25 trunk 20 more info 80,00 378-7987 (o.3t.129-p) $100 to $125 PER MO

couch 40 early omer Iv 65 k water bed HILLSIDE Homes ),, view of LAKE All features units, 2 BR, furnished. with air luxury WE 00 t.IT'S: TOUGH'. !
35. n.w hardam kardom 4 speakers 121 Wouburg. 10 '"" l. 1 .
minutes South of city 2V\ .I
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s:1s bargain 372.5269 world 2614 ne 18 ter. 377-9835 acres. good terms call to .... W.D. Prairie View Mobil.* Villog.*. ,', The name of .the ganie
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tees For Sale: A Konica Auto T with a pI) ___' .__ Available to new tenants only Being unprepared. means
hexonon 52 mm N I IS a Hetanon 28 mm failure .
9:30 H35,0 Vlvllor 85-205 mm 1138, and a 2. FOR RENT: (best-1 116-p) Don t wait until midwaythrough THE VVM"SHE Z'A%
converter $375ph. 376.8900 .
) (o 5t 128I Avail Now!) sublet 2 bedrm opt university gardens air your first year .
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| 111R.Yncamatton 1 I. 100 acres with huge lake pool semi furnished 155 man'373-7061. Are l
. for sole: small refrigerator 2/i\ cubic, feet 2. 3 bdr on creek I blk to UF dote to campus (b-3t.I29-p) DON'T TAKE THAT CHANCEI ? V ZJ

great condition $80 call 392-8542 ((0' 3. 3 bdr $185 NW sect BEACH FRONT CONDO 2 br 2 b Descent Prepare Now for September
5M26-P) 4. 3 bdr $125 On 2'/i\
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( ofPeter cheap transportation hondo el 175 1970 recreation room $50 weekend $200-
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run only 13700ml. helmet included Sept II .week 373-5552 (b-3t.129-p) LAW'SCtfooLPREPARATORV
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,Proudi 1200 call 378-7247 after 5 pm (a.%-128- homes for Aug. ft Sept. Wont a quiet opt near the duckpond 2i104i10w 'rnr
Pj) 2. 3 bdr $200- ountry homes Sublet 2 bdrm. unfurnished townhouse SEMINAR ;
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BASS GUITAR Gibson eb-3 2 pickups, 3. 2 bdr homes Bike, to UF $180-mo, Available May 15 Call ;373- SUITE 461 test?sat sotxtveee tram .
i voriton., walnut finish, excellent shape 4 Over 25 opts avail 4208 after 6 p.m: (b-St.I29i1)) 1120 CONN. AVE:. NW

$250 Coll lorry at 373-1679 or 373-1482. United Real Estate Assoc. 2 BR duplex (ok for .3 people) behind WASHINGTON. D.C. 20036 ADULT ADMISSION ONLY!
.* Gaxiara (Q5M28-P) Open 9am-8pm 377-6992 norman hall tennis cts ox avail mid.)June ((202)) 833.3883

3.45 .. small fairing-fit, kawoMkl 350 500, (b-fr-128-p) . (|tune rent pd) $110 mo fall option. .call > M :
S:4S 750 used for on. week. $45 call 373- One'&drm Apt. for rent at Hawaiian VII 377-0810 (b-St.I291'r) Seminars Heir/m Major L4n1. eefhydMs

7:45 7358. (o5t.127 p) Apts Must rent no tote,|han June. 1st for rent: on. bedroom 4n bedroom Metropolitan r.r' .N/ ras.. >i.y1EfljflUe1Ie i.

: .r. Capon.ENDS 8x36 trailer for sole located in glynwftod Coll 373.7900 or the Apt .fftce. (b.101!1- .house. living room den, kitchen,'fnanye .
pork olr-eondition.d students only 16-p) i It 4x .*at: Available.June. 15 $l25col)377. .. '. ''t'- f')', k

IJ asking $1,000 378-<
1974 Ford Van automatic 302 c.l.I custom Near Strands and VA Coll btwn 6 and I 11) two roomates'neeoVd. Summer' fall to
THUR. point mog wheels custom Interior ... at pm. 376-6043 (b-St.I25i1)) June 76. Country Gardens, behind Med.
3600 SW archer rood archer rood village AVOID THE FAll RUSH Center: No. DI7BobH (a-.3t-128-p) Now is the I time to look for that house or (fb.51-126-p) _

3:15 Mc9 ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, pickup opt for the summer 01 foil quarter. Coll sublet May 5-Aug 31 I Bdr unfurnished,
: beautiful shape and conditIon, must tell I lodoy'l' 377.6992 (fb-6Ot-1I2-p) Brand/wine. $175-mo AC, pool self-

lAS Doesn't Uve Here ot only $100 call Guy at 372.1131 (a.5t. Apt sublet 1 bdrm, kitchen, bath fur. cleaning oven dishwasher. Call oftemoons VINCE
!27-p> 373-5722 ((b-5t.125-p)
1000 ,Anymore nithed, carpet .near campus $110 mo ,
G Condominium.descent Beach. Probably 378-2)21) after Tom after 12:30om (b-St- Liberal female roomate wonted to shore
the nicest ground floor unit on any North 125-p) x, 2 bdrm trailer $50 a month plus V* MARTIN
utilities. Archer rd Village needed Im :
Florida (beach Priced below appraised 2 br furn available
large apartment mediately ft summer quarter Call Midi' I
value Coll 378 3950 weekdays or 378-
June I close 808 SW
to campus Depot 376-4458 373-1857 b-5t
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4688 weekends or n ghl.,. (a-IO 122 p) Ave Tel 378-3396 $200 mo. (b-St-128-p) Capitol Records
r-obt of land, huge trees, from cows toriionkeys.
AKC champion IRISH SETTER PUPS 12 wk, needed
..... roommate starting Junebeaut Peace of mind with own room with
..- J'--- all shots and wormed long haired and ful 2 bdrm I bath w pool sauna ft
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rn mellow both parents on premises call eghtroom Vizcayo apt $105 + './.* ut .
GUF1 'fHE very mellow 376.5766 (b-5t 126-p) Roy Book Binder
373-5266 377 5325 (0-51.1 127 )
or ( p will sublease for summer Jim 377-6620
h1U3 2 bdrm mobile home for rent $125 1_$
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waterbed, pods, trame, liner 35.decompre..lon b-St-1280 mo. call glenda 376-4446 or 472.2870 drid Fats Kaplan1sw
25. double lank l/i blocks from $65 month
meter campus per .
w. Yw.v.rsrry Aw after 5 (b fr 124-p)
bockpoc.. call Dave Fisk 377-8328 (a.5t. $50 security call Alex during day 372- Tuesday
3773013Now 127-p) 4166 or night 372-2063. Single room in 6 Move in June IS. I blk from campus Ig.
bedroom house NIce view of University effy air con Must sublease!) Call Marpe
TYPE WRITER for wle
Playing SEARS PORTABLE Ave. b3t after 378.3355 t h 5t
( -128-p) 6pm ( -126-p) night is
New condition. Retail $130 asking
Move June 18. 2 in 4 bedrm
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$65 Call Stephen at 373.7138 ((0.11.129p -
7:008 9:15 Moving anytime between Now ft Sept house Need 2 roommates for summer, Iblk t
) let rent house at cost from Norman Hall.call after: 6pm
us your or opt no Beer Special um street
Earth Shoes three months old sandals- United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr.115-p) 378-3355 (b-5t.126-p) itrtl '

brown-lire 39 or 8 .8'S. 12.00 call 373- IF YOU NEED A ROOM two femol.roo'mo ., needed Immediately -
8351 (a-1t.129-p) CHECK WITH US large three bedroom house / 1lOttlt:
5 ACRE lOT beautiful scenic rolling JOEL BRIDGES REALTOR located less than 5 minutes from campus
Hillside, build now restricted homesite 404 SW 4th AVE colt Lisa 377.7298 (b.5t.127-p)

telephone electric lines in N West 377-6700 SUMMER SUBLET: I bedroom opt I block
$14900 373-5552 ((0-31.1 129-p) (b-5t-128-c) from campus $150 mo. 4- electric See
Tigert Hall from your bedroom window)
Call 378-6533 (b-5t-127-p)

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Florida State Th a Ie mobile homes,and opts before you pay
.......... anyone a fee Joel Bridges, realtor 404()
.. heel ate SW 4th Ave (b-fr.I27<) May 30r 31 Adm. $3.50Tickets

,: Need NOW 1 female roomote 59.00 a on sale at Strictly Folk etc.

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Sub-let 2 bdrm opt for summer completely a roommate for next fall? I want tempest *'70 ps outotrans, 6cy COED's facial hair removed per
furnished good location. $260 own room In house or'opt. .w.II shareig good mileage + body $795 need cosh manently Call Edmund Dwyer -
per month. Coll 373-7750 (b.3I.I 177'pl) b room. Kathleen 392.7193 leave O Ph. 373-1629 (g3tl27p) electrologist over 20 years experience CLASS RINGS
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b Male roomate needed to shore bdrm In message if I'm not there t 2 bdrm opt In Frederick gordn near WANTED: 1 or 2 persons to takeover apt good condition $110000 Beautiful selection of primo REPAIRS THE BRIT PLACE TO IAVI'I,,,,
campus $56.25 +'1-3 utilities 378-7435 Immediate, occupancy w-optton to lease phone 372-6159; 372-6966 ( -5t.129. goods Atmosphere of 2O's.o4O's. Many 200 W.University Ave :J
|b-5t.125-p) after summer Country Gardens Fully g blouses$1 I, $2 $3. Men,Women Kids t. 3724106'
equipped. $51.75 per month Call Johnat pI) shirts recycled denims, jewelry velvets
Room-mate needed for fall thru spring 3733638t.4t.177.p) '68 bug, air stereo good condition 17 NW 17th St. Upstairs (|-6t.124.p)
close 67 dollar + Vi
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quarter campus .
,1 utilities.Pool oc furnished-Williamsburg GOlD t SILVER Top prices paid for classrings $800 372 9435 rich frame .5.7p.m.. or Every man of insight will, in this day
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call Jane 378-1274 (b.5t.125-p) .old jewelry etc. confidential Call leave m.uog..stud.n' (g 4t 129 p) readily admit that the counsels' which Scuba
O2ZIE 373-3894 (c.49t!.105.p)_ the Pen of this wronged One hath
WANTED PERSONALDON'T revealed the +
constitute supreme
Wonted responsible female student to
3 Roommates Wonted for Summer. Oak shore 2 or.2 both apt for foil 67+'/ SMOKE YOUR animating power for the advancement Sale
HEALTH AWAY) of the world and the exaltation of its
Forest Apt Ito hove own room, 2 to utilities near va hospital call.392 9695 or
STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS peoples" Baha'I I Writings' (|.It.129-c)
there master barn with bath, $60. per 392-9693 (c-5t-125-p) left!
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APPOINTMENT. THEODORE REISS 372 4.-
female roommates) to shore 2 HELP WANTEDDelivery nlzolion applications available now
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of full time Apply In to Charlie
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7750: (c 3t 127-p) ChIcken. 3919 SW 13 St. fe3t127p) ,leach you or your child to swim in your tREE KITTENS all balck, all cute all'star I R
couple needs 2br unfurn house to share pool private or group lessons call, 392- baby cats fully factory-equipped amaze ANDTRAIL'c '
w-other couple,starting June If you have U of Fla sophomores or|juniors who hove 7276 (fj.5t.128.p| ) your friendsl great at parties phone 376- ;
definitely, decided on a major and know 0779 (|.fr-127. )
now p
house or are couple looking for same, If and need help,
what they wont to be needed for you ore pregnant you 3448 ms//l U'llmsltv Avenue 373-9233
call 377 8703 Bud or Carrie. after 6pm.c.3I.127..p we core Call birthright 377.4947(j.24t128p Wedding Invitations from $1140
| per
research protect. earn $3 for I I'/t hrs /Monday-Friday to'7 Saturday 9-7
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) 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of
participation' In study on vocational'
Experienced lead guitarist, for decision making contact Jim Holmes at I need to talk business with someone styles' Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main.
bond. be with Please 3769951.. (|I.fr.1 105-c)
established Must In town over good recording equipment
311\I little' hall anytime on Wednesday
summer. Fame-call, .G.ldo. 37MI69' or thursdoy or friday may 7.9 (.......I29-pI) call lewis at 373-0787 (i.2t.128-p) KARATE lESSONS Hillel Jewish Student Center
-J Tom 3768003. (c 5t 127 p) SCUBA TANK SALE. Tremendous Small Classes $25 per man

1 or 2 Female ftoomatei needed to share AUTOS Savings: Aluminum 80's reg $171.95 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Men thru presents .
2 bedroom opt. next Fall quarter coil Now $118. 95. double 45 s with back Sot even 7to9 378-7131 ().2ot.108-p)
392-9595 anytime for more Info. Ask for Volvo Station Wagon 1970 W air, radio pack reg. $285. now $199, double 80's
many or kathy. (c.5t.128-p) exceptionally clean no work necessary, with backpack reg $391.95 now LOST & fOUNDFoundwatch "The Dybbuk"Tuesday
family increasing so need larger car $274.70, US diver triple tank USD ego on Racquet Ball Courts 5.1-1
roommate I or 2 summeror fall $2250 firm 376-5012 (g- 0t. 28-nc) $599 now $360 Allen's Aquatic t 75. Wide 'leather bond Call 376-4446
country gardens opts pool oc, good Trail Center Inc 3448 W. Umv Ave (Ii-| Office I
drop by Alligator to Identify ((1.5t.
1968 MUSTANGS 2 door;good condition
people $50-mo lot two $90 for one call 4t 128-c) 8-p.m.
373-6514 after 5pm ,Jeff,chris (c.5t.129Pj new tires and battery $750 or best offer 129-p) ,
) call 3723356. also flute $80 and lane GOING ON LEAVE? 75-76? + summer? lost Sunday mole cot port Siamese.navy
cedar chest $70. (p-St.125-p)_ fulltime foc member with family' will blue collar. white flea collar campus
female roomote for summer or foil to "I"" your 3 or more beam house 392- area answers to bosho Reword call at Hillel
share 1 bdrm opt summit house ocorss 1965 corvoir, good engine, new battery leave 5t 373-3238 after I ,
2101 wkdoys" 9.5 no. (|j- -12-p) 7pm. (.5t.127..p)
Irm shonds furnished cent air.heat pool needs body work asking $100 call Mrs.
77. Vi; utilities, sheila 373-5679 (c.5t. Ender from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm phon
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,to' 0226 to tdent.fyFOONO ((1..128.nc) on hour mile. of trail also boarding 493- service will pick up and deliver call
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Marilyn from 8-S 39J-I434 or evenings Super Wort" SCUBA ClASS Mart May 12 oil equip
'et( oft_ 5:30 176Q39 ((1.3/.127-nc) UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS merit\ provided including mask, fin,
300 Swim, Ave 340-4480 snorkel, wetsuit B.C., lank, and
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Stock Exchange.2 FM stations on contact Um at 392 9084 (I 3r air
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tfetiont on the FM band. natural tytle portrait 377-0797: camera also our last one for $33 parting
work studio 1219 W Univ.Ave (m.201- Summer quarter our basic course will be
.UNIVBtSITYCmrTOIVISIONCAUICO.INC$ 91.p) $43 You may register In advance for
Sick Plant?
Need
Gardening Advice? TYPING. EDITING Theses, next quarter at the old pr ice for further 1e
The Plant Doctor Make Diss.rtations flalFc
House Coils 376-
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15 SE 12th Street 378-9086 equipment, provided soles, service, t E S
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: Any and Everything : Wild Kingdom, on TV)Allen'Aquatic. i eort llI1 EVERYONE IS WELCOME:
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REWARD for lot chemical 8PM
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Performance Work .
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Corvette Specialty Work on Un IV.ave&nw 12th area st. Please call T Shands Teaching Hasp. Santa Fe: Comm. College .. r
MG. Triumph Jensen Heoly Datum 240-260-2807 Mitchell' 373.9682 ((1.3t I .127p) Archer Rd. 723W. Univ. Ave'
: Most parts for British Cars Reward: Brown carrying case con RmH-611 Rm.220INT.
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.. Oranae defense no worry in 19-0 win : : I IBy

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PAT McGRATH Scott Hutchinson, the Orange completed _.one. pass: 19, He didn't get much run- Led: by solid quarterbacking -, with an 9-yard touc down
Alligator Sports Writer defensive line caused enough Derrick Gaffney 1 tor 17 yards ning. protection' either. On a performances, by, -pass. "% .
headaches for the -Blue offense giving the Blue 51 yards of number of occasions Fisherwas sophomores Billy Kynes and In the second quarter,
During this year's spring and its quarterback total offense. nailed before he could get Chuck Morgan (Don Gaffney Kynes ran it in from the f II
.football drills, UF head coach Jimmy Fisher to set Bufferin It was not a performancethat outside on the wishbone did not play because of an yard line with a great move.
Doug Dickey has often cited back decades.. greatly enhanced Fishers option. arm injury), the Orange cutting inside defensive end
the defensive line as a position HUTCHINSON LED aspirations to start at "THE ORANGE offense offense treated the shirtless, Robert Adkins and then
needing lots of work before charge that literally_rendered quarterback this autumn, but did some things we haven'tseen sun-tanned crowd of close to cutting bark out to the corner
being ready .(for SEC action the Blue ground and passing the blame can cannot be all spring and, we just 10.000 to 271 yards of total of the end zone for the TD.
this fall. Considering per attack inoperable. In! 33 heaped totally on his couldn't adjust,"said a rather offense. The play capped brilliant
'' formances in Saturday's rushing attempts, the Blue shoulders. disconsolate Fisher who had Balance was the key as 92-yard march in 18 plays in
annual Orange and Blue netted minus nine yards and "He got very poor pass several nice-sized welts on his junior Larry Brinson ran for which Kynes ran the wish-
intra-squad game. which the Fisher was able to complete protection," said Dickey.. chest and back courtesy of 57 yard Tony Green 53, and bone as if he patented it.
Orange won I",-0, he has little only three of seven passes for "Also the) receivers were not Hutchinson and Co. "We just Kynes 28. The final touchdown of the
cause to tor worry. 43 yards. Reserve quar running their routes very couldn't get it together. 'THE FIRST SCORE of the game came early in the fourth
Anchored by sophomore terback Cleaver Hayling well." Mental errors hurt us." game came with 6:21: to go in 'quarter when Brinson took it
the first quarter when Kyneshit in on a four-yard sweep that
'" tight end Ron Enclade was set up by Green's 27 yard
third title
I Morton captures straight .. run on the previous play.

"KYNES PLAYED a
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', as Lady Gators win Invitational sound couple: of game.interceptions He threw that a

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UPs Donna Horton won the individual title and led the Invitational."I .
b Lady Gator golf team to "a seven stroke victory in the WAS pleased with my round except for those missed happy with the way both" he
University of Georgia Invitational this past weekend: putts." Horton added. "After the front nine I pretty well got it and Morgan. played. said
The tournament was supposed to be a two round affair but together on the back.. ,..' Dickey.
rain forced the cancellation of the final round. Since the Lady Lady Gator coach Mimi Ryan said the hilly course was a 1'' /"" : The Blue managed only two
Gators had held the lead after the first round they were good test of golf. real scoring threats.
awarded the victory.MORTON'S "You're rewarded tor the good shots and punished for the The first failed when David
WIN was her third straight as she shot a par bad ones. There's not a lot of room tar recovery."
,Posey missed a 37 yard field
73 the 6824 Horton
over hilly yard course. edged teammate
Elaine Hand for the individual title by three strokes. Ryan said she was pleased with freshman Kriss Rucinski's .. goal, and the second
"I lost a t few strokes to dumb mistakes and 1 missed some 81 which put her in a tie tor fifth place but the coach said she evaporated, when Hayling
short putts," said Horton. was disappointed in freshman Linda Stack who shot an 88. .iI-R threw an interception to Alvin
The Carolina native had the same complaint last week Furman University finished second with Auburn third JIMMY FISHER Cowans near the goal line
when she captured the state championship by five strokes. Appalachian State fourth Georgia fifth, and Florida State ,poor pass protection with a little two minutes to go
Before that she had taken the individual title at the Rollins sixth. in the game.



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HAVE TOWING Sports Writer out the 1975 dual meet season ohn Kunnen had no
SERVICE with an easy 9-0, victory problems. in the No.3 match.
ONE? : "There's not much you can against the visiting Blazers. defeating.the Blazers' Bryan.
:'-.:/ .(: Jt, 'J say when'you win 9-0" UF The result was the same as the Dickey 6-1.6-0.
'with ottpv filter tennis Coach Bill Potter first meeting of the two teams In the No. 4 match Chap
3771445or change observed early in the season back in February. UF Brown defeated Jim Sweat 6-
tt4-.E4th. 378-0532 after a shutout victory. finished 25-2 losing only in I I. 6-3 to finish 25-2 for the
$ with Miami. It And in the No. 5
Well. Potter once again let two meetings !season.
'372-0421 SATISFACTION, GUARANTIED his team do the talking on the was the best record by a contest Rich Healey had the
,courts and the. results left Potter team since 1969. when easiest match dousing the
Valdosta! State (VSC) the Gators went 18-1-1 and Blazers'Steve Kemp b-o,,b-o.
won the SEC tournament.The .
On the next court Jim
f w; match was a Oescher put the finishing
MorebthanaWdl >( homecoming of sorts, but not touch on an undefeatedseason
an entirely happy one, for in the-No.'6 position.
t Valdosta State Coach John Oescher. 27-0 beat Dave
Hanson whose, father was a Burgett 6-1 l. 6-0.
varsity tennis player at UFo
Hanson's team won only II Brown "and Healey
games in singles and the same preserved their undeteated
number In doubles. Thematch (10-0)( )record in No. 2 doubles
f if ,:' '/. played. under with a 6.2 6-0 triumph
mm' .; threatening skies ,was against Anderson and Sweat.
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.i The No. 1 match was a 6-1. season with their 24th victory
4 6-2 victory for Juan Diaz against two losses in No. -3doubles.
against VSCs Rick Owings. .-They beat Kemp. and
T .__ Diaz finished the dual match Burgett 6-4. 6-0.
JIM OESCHER !season with a 22-5 mark. ,
The, netters return to action
.. unbeaten season Dave Pressly closed the Thursday afternoon in the
!season on a winning note witha SEC tournament at 'the
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Alligator Sports Writer finishing first at the ACU-I 1 team." !she noted. t '; ',1
regional tournament held at THE WOMEN'S TEAM

r; The 'UF women's bowling Georgia Tech. has been ,devastating this'
team is heading for the "The top two people in the year. They hold an undefeated

national tournament in May, regional go to nationals. I 6-0 record. }
and their hopes for the finished first (with an averageof Since they won the 1
number one ranking could 175 per game). At Indiana, Southern Intercollegiate
depend on the right arm of I came in fifth place with an Bowlipg Conference with

Barbara Ryan. average of 180," the blonde their unblemished record

Barbara is/currently rated Syracuse New York native ,they will advance to the

fifth, in the nation among said.BARBARA national tournament on May
women collegiate bowlers FOUND 7 at Dayton Ohio. 'I '.
because of her fifth-place BOWLING right in, her own I
Of Barbara isn't the
b finish at the Association of back yard when she was being course
only member of the team. The
College Unions-International raised in New York. "
of the consists of
rest
squad
i Tournament held April 5-7 at "When I was little, my
Carol Powers, Sue Cecconi
n Indianapolis Indiana. parents owned an eight lane
Kim Harvell and
Kathy
SHE BOWLED 'A NINE bowling alley so I bowled all
game set totaling 1623 pins, the time. Then 'I quit for.a Brady. ,:f;,
only 74 pins shy of first place. while. THE GIRLS ARE con

Her best game was a 232. ",,l haven't really bowled fident of victory at Dayton.
t The 21-year-old sociology much until this past year.
major earned the right toY This is my, 'first year atSharks "We're going to,show great
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Jacksonville's World Football signing up for Men's Independent future, she's still not sure of a
League (WFL) franchise have
Racquetball. professional bowling career. ARMY ROTC
changed the team's name and Contact the IM office 229
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Fla. 392-0581.
Gym., (turning ).. It would
lawsuits by last year's owners. Sorority racquetball play pro JUST FOR
definitely have to wait until YOURs
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after graduation. she said.
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The team also turned in its
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outfits, which were worn last league's only undefeatedteam. and bring the title home to
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