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Former student helps. refugees get crucial aid

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,By TERRI SALT Monday, said arrangements have been made You go crazy even if you have enough food to In panic, they left in all kinds of boat:
'N Alligator Staff Writer for the refugees to go to Guam. eat and drink," Hau said, raising his voice. including small wooden fishing boats, and
"She learned that Singapore authorities are "One day under the sun can make you even matresses and inner tubes, he said.
She called home with good news and hope. transferring people to boats that can make collapse" he added quietly, as he sat in his THREE OF THE boats that made the two
In a long distance telephone call to her the trip to Guam" said Tam's husband, La small simple-furnished Diamond Village and a half day trip from South Vietnam to
husband Saturday, Nguyen Minh Tam said Thanh Hau, a UF graduate. apartment. Singapore belong to Tams parents who
7.000 Vietnamese refugees stranded off the ''THE ARE GETTING resupplied with SOME OF TUE refugees who hurriedly left owned a shipping and' fishing business..
coast of Singapore are now receiving food, enough food and water to go to Guam." Hau Vietnam as the 'Communists took over Tam's father was already in Singapore on
water, and supplies they desperately need.,, ,added. J Saigon, have been at sea more than 10 days, business when Saigon fell. However, her
'i HOWEVER, SHE said the Singapore Last week Tam had called home, com- Hau explained. mother, who was still in Saigon, left with
authorities are still not allowing the refugeesto plaining the refugees had little to eat and "When we (South Vietnam) surrendered, a many ofTam's aunts and uncles in one of the
'II leave the ships. drink and were collapsing from over- l lot of people fled in many directions" the UF boats.
I The 24-year-old Vietnamese student who exposure. graduate student said earnestly with a shrugof '
j'' withdrew from UF and flew to Singapore last "You roast under the sun. It's unbearable., his shoulders. (See 'Refugees. page five)
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DEBBIE IBERT recession and inflation.
I H rdl Alligator Staff Writer Enrollment limits will depend on how much
money the state makes available to higher
Florida universities' "open door" may be, education."A .
shut in the face of some ,community college DECREASE IN funds with an increase
Y x "rKwi' + j transfers and high school graduates unless in students means lower quality education"
a E ?t .+ '1ii funds can be found to maintain quality Mautz said.
programs. If the state fails to significantly boost
A resolution from the .,State University educational funding, universities might start
System's Chancellor's office suggests that closing their doors to some community college
policies for limiting student enrollments to transfers.
maintain programs of "at least national "We can't continue to increase funds,"
,,ri IM rlr+ r 1 1s' average quality" be proposed to the Mautz said."WE'VE.
s' aST legislature by Feb. 1 I. 1976. IIAD A pretty much-open door
SENT TO THE Senate Ways and Means policy for community college transfers. the
subcommittee on education, the resolutionasks question is whether. to permit that to continueor
the legislature to debate the crucial restrict it: Mautz said..
"quality vs quantity" question during the Currently, anyone scoring higher than 300
1976 session, Chancellor Robert Mautz said. on the 12th grade tests, or who has received >t
The question can the state afford to an associate degree from a community l
: provide a high-quality college education to college, is eligible for admission to ,a state
anyone who wants one was forced on the ,university.See.
legislature by the soaring! costs and tight
money situation which came with combined ( 'Enrollment,' page five)
ups'.. '4Ai t

+ 9 :,+ a UF budget 'fakes shape, ''I



I /laos behind inflation rate :

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: By BRIAN JONES CREASES
Alligator Staff Writer Career Service workers have a good chance.
Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville'chalrman
The UF '75-76 budget, as it is now taking ofthe, Senate Ways and Means Committee,
shape, holds the promise of modest pay increases said Thursday he hopes to provide an ap-
next year for career service employesand proximate $350 to $400 average increase for
an end to the immediate threat of faculty state workers out of new revenue from a i
; layoffs. raised liquor tax and a reshuffling of work-
UF will probably gain about $4 million for man's compensation reserves.Analysis. y
general education, excluding agricultural and
medical programs, over what was spent this
year. That's a 6,per cent increase in the funds
that buy books and pay faculty. ,
EVER SINCE the budget left Gov. Reuben
Askew's hands it t has been picking up money.
The Florida House voted to give universities 1
S15.4 million more for general education than
dS + i The Board of Regents and,'the UF: ad-
they spent' this and ,the senate' 'is
year
ministration will decide if of.the t
: ,any, general
scheduled ,to vote Wednesday' a $16.2
million increase. education ,funds will be used to hike faculty

?fi: Sen. Phil Lewis, D-West Palm Beach, ,a' salaries. rAnd f
!f although there is 710 way anticipate
member' of the'' Senate Ways and Means
,what the regents .and administration will
Committee said 'Thursday, the additional
finally do universities Chancellor Robert
,,- -. --,...,-" """,, --..-- ......_,. 16.2 million will probably win the approvalof Mautz' has already said'his first.concern. is E
I photo by John moron, the senate.! keeping as faculty on the payroll"as.:he t
many)
,
The final'incre'ase for the
university system '
View from the can.
top will be a compromise of the house and senate I
Askew recommended in his budget that
UF about a fourth of that
appropriations.
For some people, there was only one Forever" band played,. most' of 'the gets about 250' faculty be cut next year. Mautz

'way to see above the"crowd at Saturday crowd on the J. Wayne Reitz Union money.Since work on,the budget is, nearly complete called finding. money" for ,the. 250 "my first'
afternoon's Chfck Corea-Lorry- Coryell north lawn were on their feet, clapping, ,it is not too early to predict the answers priority. J

jazz concert. stomping I gpd/'bumplpg/: :; ,,,. foniome, 'money.questionsc', ,
!? .*. vv.' important to. ; ,*
BY the time'Corea and hfs*Retu'n' 'to' I WILL UF EMPLOYES: 'GET PAY IN- (See-'Budget, ,page sevenJI I

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PRG wants refugees to return %


(UPI) The new Communist rulers of South Vietnam 'provisional'." Tra told the news conference.
intend to'hold nationwide elections and eventually reunify' Tra, head of the 11-member Military Management
North and South Vietnam, a delayed dispatch from Saigon Committee currently responsible for governing the Saigonarea
said Sunday. said PRO members are in Vietnam, but refused'to say Aspin. says classified
where, Dawson reported.The .
A Radio Saigon broadcast monitored in Bangkok, general said the major problem in Saigon is one of
meanwhile, said South Vietnam has sent diplomatic notes to security. found in
the five countries that comprise the Association of Southeast papers dumpWASHINGTON
"That is why we cannot speak of a time limit" for the
Asian Nations, asking them to advise all Vietnamese refugeesthat existence of the Military Management Committee, he said.
the new Saigon regime will provide transportation for The general said the two Vietnames will eventually be one (UPI)-The classified diagram of a U.S.

their return home. .country.All Army nuclear missk battery and documents explaining howto
UPI Saigon Bureau Manager Alan Dawson reported that UPI news: dispatches received Sunday in Hong Kong fire it were found in a public dump in West Germany, Rep.
U. Gen.'Tran. Van Tra told a news conference May 8 at the had been written last week and were transmitted via Hanoi. It Les Aspin, D-Wis., said Sunday.
former Presidential Palace in Saigon that he,was unsure when was not known if they were censored. "The documents were discovered undestroyed in the local
.the elections would be held or when the Provisional American news agencies have had no direct communicationwith dump in Innerlingen Germany, by the headquarters com
.Revolutionary Government would take office. Saigon since shortly after the Communists conquered the pany of the secondbattalion of the fourth infantry on April 16

"When there is a general election there will be no more city April 30. during a routine reconnaissance patrol." Aspin said In a
statement released: by his office.
Aspin called the incident '"a major breach of nuclear

Moscow, calls security" and added: "Leaving classified documents in an
open dump is an'open invitation to terrorist or enemy agentsto
learn the details of the operations of our nuclear miss i lies in
Wallace 'fiendish' Germany."
Aspin urged Army Secretary Howard Callaway to in-
vestigate the matter immediately.A .
MOSCOW(UPI)-The Soviet Union denounced Alabama Defense Department spokesman said the departmenthad
Governor George Wallace as "fiendish" for suggesting the 50V. GEORGE to immediate comment on Aspen's charges.
U.S. fought on the wrong side in World War II.
WALLACE
In a commentary titled "George Wallace and the gas Sounds of violence
chambers" the Tass News Agency charged that Wallace's

"spiritual precursors" attempted to destroy the alliance of the denounced
Soviets. America and Britain. k1
by TASS heard again in UlsterBELFAST
Wallace told a group of correspondents that the U.S.

should have sided- against the Soviet Union rather than' for statement (IRELAND)-The militant provisional wing of

against Hitler. the Irish Republican Army said Sunday it was responsible for
"This is a truly fiendish statement timed for the 30th the killing of a policeman in Londonderry in a new outbreakof
anniversary of the routing of Hitler Germany"Tass said. IL 1 { violence in Northern Ireland.A .
"It is more than just a flagrant abuse of the sacred memoryof fl sniper Saturday shot and skilled Paul Gray. 26, as he and
20 million Soviet people and several hundred thousand another policeman patrolled a section of the old city wall. The
Americans who died fighting fascism," it said. IRA issued a statement because the police and British Army
"This is the voice of the forces that even today have not raids on Catholic homes in Londonderry.The .
renounced the hope of frustrating peaceful coexistence and rt ProvisSonal's claim led to fears that the shooting might
cooperation of states with different social systems." signal an end of the IRA cease-fire that began Feb. 10. The

Provisional and Official wings of the IRA have avoided


I Congress will okay refugee aid sectarian Viets violence have since then. a happyMother's



WASHINGTON (UPI!)-Responding to the plight of those The House votes Tuesday on whether to override Ford's
who fled Indochina.Congress appears set to provide money to veto of a farm bill which would increase I 1975 price guarantees Day at EglinEGLIN
help South Vietnamese and Cambodian refugees find a n.ew price guarantees for wheat, feed grains, soybeans, cotton and
life in the United States. milk.The outcome of that vote is in doubt. AIR FORCE BASE. Fla.(UPI)-Flowers and over
Within the week, the House expects to pass legislation 285 pounds of toys poured into this overcrowded refugee tent
giving President Ford most of theSS07 million he requested to When Ford vetoed the bill he charged that it would boost city Sunday making a pleasant Mother's day surprise for
help the refugees settle. Senate action may be slower. the budget deficit by $1.8 billion and would be costly to South Vietnamese mothers and children alike.
Although help for the estimated 100,000 refugees now in taxpayers,to consumers and in the long run -to farmers. Two planeloads of toys were Down in from Daytona Beach
the U.S. remains the top Congressional priority this week, The Senate attempts Tuesday for the fifth time in two by the Civil Air Patrol. While the children eagerly awaited the
crucial decisions affecting farmers and consumers are also on years to crack a conservative-led filibuster against the unloading, Red Cross volunteers went to refugee tents, giving
the agenda. creation of a consumer protection agency.PATHWAY. flowers to the oldest female member in each family.

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Year,, later first Blue Key women



sense disillusionment impotenceBy \/j\:: ">','..', ,)Ii:' IfW1. .\ a


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JANET PARK women into Blue Key ranged from fear that charter if the policy was not changed, : .:

Alligator Staff Writer women would all vote together as, a block, In At the same time Florida Atty. Gen. ., { ) \ .cd'......1: '...
the election of new members to alumni Robert Shevin ruled that a discriminatory .! .
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Two of the first women admitted to Florida disapproval. organization had no legal right to use state "',< '
Blue Key one year ago agree that women have DAVID SAID MANY ,alumni memberssent funds channeled through the student senateor 1<
not made a great impact on the UP leadership telegrams indicating their displeasurewith its Union office which is state property. ,(

society. the proposal but "after a while they've THAT DID t IT, according to Blue Key 1'ii
Marsha Madorsky, a third year law accepted it as a decision made by the brother Jim Eaton, UF student body t.
student, said "It's no big deal. If I knew three chapter." president. The threat of losing union space

years ago.what I know now I never would No,alumni resigned his membership David and Shevin's ruling ultimately caused the
have banged my head against the wall." added although several ,had threatened to. policy change he said. '.
MADORSKY,' WHO, WAS tapped one David said the selection of the first seven Some members who violently opposed the

year ago Sunday, along with six other women Blue Key sisters was based strictly on their change graduated making the decision to
emphasized that "elections and tapping are qualifications and not their sex. admit women a little easier. Eaton ,noted.

still group-oriented, the women are not ONLY THREE OF those sisters were Despite alumni opposition "everybody
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together as a group they owe loyalty to the tapped as "active (voting) members": showed up for (the initiation) banquet. he -

people ,who tapped them." Madorsky Lord and Donna Schmitt., 4JM. said.After JIM EATON.alumni's
Advertising senior Susan Lord said "Allthat's senior members a year of having Blue Key sisters "the
I
Tapped as, graduating didn't
'fears materialize
-. .
is that girls'names the fears Eaton said.
changed : are on Nancy Braddock and Leslie Lott were not didn't materialize
roster. The type of girls these guys tap would. eligible for tapping and voting rights.
"
never change the structure. Former UF Dean of Women Marna Brady
Blue Key President Ron David explained and Duval County Judge Susan Black were City going 'to legislatureto
the women's feeling of impotence was due,to also tapped as non-voting honorary members.At .
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their recent entry into the society.
"IN ANY ORGANIZATION it's the ex- press time Sunday night the Blue Key
still who would be resolve
perienced people that other people listen to. members were deciding water dispute
The I people with clout are the leaders" he admitted to the organization for next year., ...

OF THIS YEAR'S applicants: for active By JUDY MOORE pay UFs water bill.

said.Women as new members simply. do not ',status about 11 of 44 were women David Alligator[ Staff WriterA A Senate Ways and Means Committee's

have the influence they will in a ,few years said.He appropriation bill passed Thursday requires
David said.. speculated that the number of women city of Gainesville delegation I led by City UF to pay only 31l/i cents per 1,000 gaalons.
Objections raised last year against tappingA applicants would probably rise each year. Manager B. Harold Farmer plans to meet 'The bill comes before the House of
--- Blue Key brother Dan Lobeck agreed. with legislative members in'Tallahassee this Representatives next week

HOWEVER, LOBECK, UF student body week in an attempt to resolve UF's, refusal to' If the bill passes, UFs deficit would be
vice-president said including women in Blue pay increased ,water rates.UF's approximately, $170.000.GAINESVILLE .
Key affected women's participation ,in water rate was raised from 26 cents Mayor-Commissioner Neil
activities more than the itself. '
campus Lobeck cited numbers'society of female per 1,000 gallons to 52 cents per 1,000 gallons Butler said the situation puts the city in a'
increasing
March 31. ,Other utilities customers pay 75 situation.".
applicants for "student government and the "precarious
cents per 1,000 gallons. "UF: Is a utilitiescustomerjust like anybodyelse.
have to hold" to
positions recognized
you UF HAS REFUSED
to pay, the rate increase
for Blue Key membership. When they don't pay, it. puts all other
because they were authorized by the "
city users at a disadvantage. Butler said.
Lobeck also's id he believed "women
Board of
Regents to pay no more than 26
would have been admitted three years ago if cents per $1,000 gallons of water during the Butler said the' Regional' Utilities Board
not for tactics used" by campus groups: tryingto fiscal year ending June 30 1975.In (RUB) refuses to accept any partial paymenton
break,Blue Key's sex barrier 1904-05. Gainesville residents encouraged utility bills. He said the,city government
:i THE NATIONAL Organization for 'state' officials to locate UF in will have to make up the difference if UF
;i Women (NOW),and the Student Senate in Gainsville by offering free water to UF according doesn't pay the increased rate:

particular: worked in 197374; fo force Blue to City Attorney Osee Fagan. "IF THE CITY has.to 'pay the difference
Key to admit women or sacrifice its space in During the 1950's.. the
agreement had every user in the city will be subsidizing the
the union plus $9,500 in funding for Gator become a burden to Gainesville residents but university" he said.,

Growl the annual homecoming' pageant the Florida Supreme Court ruled that Butler said there is no possibility that the

sponsored by Blue Key. Gainesville had to continue' to honor the city would ever turn UFs:water off.
NOW members staged pickets 'and rallies
.--............-....-, ... In protest of discrimination against women's obligation.THE Butler said he was supposed to go to New
DAN LOBECK STATE LEGISLATURE tame to thecity's York later in the week for a bond hearing but
while the senate worked on plans to
_ groups rescue in 1970 by passing a'law which would skip it if to the
.women's tactics barrier necessary accompany
kept sex revoke Blue Key's student! organization '
the
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", ,;' ', (from page one) Florida's open-door admissions policy. Even the additional funds legislators mended budget would cause a situation of
*" ACCORDING TO THE resolution, a 247 budgeted for universities over and above the "financial emergency" by cutting the numberof
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,
; per cent' increase in SUS and community governor's recommendations for 1975-76 falls UF faculty to 2,550 no more than UF
University enrollment, increasing at rate
a college enrollments and the creation of four $20 million short of SUS requests, Mautz had'in 1969 with 6,000 fewer students.
of,2.5 cent annually, now totals about
per state universities in the last decade has MAUTZ SAID HE prefers to hold onto the
108,367 said.THE
CIIANCELLOR-DESIGNATE E.T. York produced a'loss in dollars per student and a $20 MILLION shortage is in what open-door policy and still offer high-quality
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deterioration in the quality of a' college Mautz calls "catch-up money" for catching programs to Florida's college students,,but he
who drafted the resolution, said he would like
education.In up ,in library, equipment and salary admits the legislature doesn't see the issue the
see all students who
to. want a college
1974 dollars, the states: 'support for funding. same way.
education be able to in.
to get universities has dropped 13.5 per cent from 'Current legislative budgets for! the SUS A senate subcommittee on education has
But he added, "We have to face up to the 1969 level of funding, according to York. (approximately $250 million) come in about already told university presidents that
issue. Can we accept all the .students who" Board of Regents' data show the ap- $50 million short of the funds needed to attain limiting enrollments may be the only way to
.want to come and still maintain quality? propriation per full-term student (adjusting excellence, he added. maintain quality in the SUS.
Educators and legislators have blamed at for inflation) six years ago was $3,737. Last UF President Robert Q. Marston has "At some point in the near future, we haveto
least part of the current financial crisis on year dollars.per student, amounted to $3,231. already warned that the governor's recom- re-examine the growth of the state system.

Maybe it is not a blessing but a curse," Sen.
'Refugees'from Kenneth MacKay, D-Ocala, said 'in a Ways
and Means Subcommittee meeting.
OTHER LEGISLATORS have argued that

( page one) Tarn's main job was contact' people in Due left Saigon 'two days before the South, the university system is Underproductive and
"Her father talked to authorities and Singapore and report back to Project Share a Vietnamese surrender and flew to Arkansas, wasteful.
sensed there would be difficulties," Hau non-profit organization in Gainesville which where arrangements were made for him to Senate President Dempsey Barron, D-
explained.KNOWING. gives aid to Vietnamese refugees. come t to- Gainesville.Hau Panama City, a university critic, points to
SHE speaks fluent English, When Tam left she didn't know whether figures showing that it costs$3,000 per year to
"he asked Tam to come over," Hau.said. Project ,Share, could 'pay for' her trip to said because of Project Share's Work, educate a freshman in a university, but only
-.......--..-- .-.- southeast Asia and back to Gainesville. the Southern Baptists donated $10,000 for the $1,200 a year to education the same student !in
HOWEVER, with money received ,in refugees, and that the United Nations In- a community college.
contributions, Project Share can now financeher ternational Childrens Education Fund Although York puts the cost for a
way. pledged a warehouse of medical supplies and university freshman at closer to $1,685 per
Tam has worked with a lawyer in Singaporehired food in Singapore. year, some legislators have suggested
by Project Share to help make Project Share contacted consultants in eliminating lower divison programs at the
arrangements for the refugees.She Washington, United Nations representatives universities and letting the community
also 'contacted church members who ,State Department workers, and congressmento colleges handle freshmen and sophomore
donated money and supplies to the refugees. obtain help for the refugees. education.
IIAU SAID SHE also talked with, a United "WE SEEM TO HAVE gotten some A PROPOSAL TO do just that at Florida
States official at the American ,embassy, positive. action going right now," Hau said. Technological University in Orlando and the
members, of the Associated Press, and that The group, whose main purpose is to,help University of South Florida in Tampa was
she had radio contact with the refugees on the refugees,with a "smooth transition from their defeated last quarter by the Board of Regents.The .
boats., culture to life in the United States" is seeking quantity vs. quality dilemma will
"Her most important job is over," said contributions and is looking for volunteer probably trigger debate in the legislature, as
Hau, a member of the board of directors. for workers. the possibility of closing the door to higher
Project Share."Hopefully. The group has sent an interpreter to Eglin education on some Florida students'arises.' .
things will be settled before Air Force Base and is helping Vietnamese in Sen. Robert Graham D-Miami Lakes and
summer quarter," so Tam can return and Gainesville find relatives who left Vietnam.In chairman of the Education Committee, has
continue classes, Hau added with a smile. addition to helping the refugees adjust to filed a. bill to set up a joint legislative-citizen
WHEN SHE ARRIVES>: home, Tam will be the United States Project Share is also tryingto commission which would tangle with the
LA THANH HAU greeted by her 18-year-old brother Nguyen teach American citizens to accept and help problem and come up with some solution
waiting for wife Minh Due who arrived here last Tuesday the newcomers, Hau said. before the next legislative session.

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ROSEMARY GOUDREAU
Alligator Staff Writer SUMMER RATE

per p.rson
During the last five years, while most departments have $70 p.r month
suffered cutbacks the Division of Sponsored Research (DSR)

has had its funds increased front$18 to $32 million. eColor TV In every opt.
Dr. George K. Davis, director of the division said 80 to 82 Furnished
per cent of the division's money comes from such federal Individual bedrooms
!sources as the National Institute of Health the National eGos Grills
Science Foundation and the Atomic Energy Commission. Pool
"THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE used to provide a
great deal of research money, but because people wanted only 2 bloc"b to campus
results immediately, funds were withdrawn and put toward
public services," Davis said. NOW leasing for fall

Research proposal requests are reviewed by a faculty 914 SW 8th Av. 378-7224 5th Ave. at the comer of 12th Si
committee and the DSR's board of directors. They decide who
receives research funds.
Davis said the reason UF is receiving federal funds is
because of the quality of its staff.
"IF UF CUTS BACK salary funds,we will lose good peopleto MONDAY:
other jobs. When they leave so do our funds." Davis said. -
Davis said the increase of funds was needed to insure a
FREE BEER & WINE
constant How of trained personnel in areas such as food

production energy and health. 8- 10 p.m. Girls FREE Guys $2.
Funds used for projects such as kidney stones research

covers several aspects: archaeology, biology, chemistry .
history and many other departments. TUESDAY: :''.
RIGHT NOW DAVIS wants immediate research done in .
food production ,and energy which he said are critical LADIES FREE BEER & WINE COOLERS :-;,

problems facing our "seemingly unaware" nation. I $1 Cover '.
"We assumed had all the food we needed so we cut
back on food production' Davis said. "Now the country hasa From 8 p.m. fol
reserve supply of approximately 27 days." 2
In considering food production. Davis said the weather a.m.

plays a major role."METEROLOGISTS.
say we have had good weather for
the,last 20 years and now we should expect some disastrous
weather"he added. "We must be ready for it."
Dr. John F. Gerger, director of the Center for Environmental
Programs and Natural Resources said records
!show we have had unusually warm weather for the last few
decades. Now it's cooling off.
"This'cooling off says we should expect shorter growing
!seasons and this is sure to affect food production" Gerber 1430 SW 13th St 377-071

said.CURRENTLY
at 'UF research to improve the yield of
citrus crops in Florida by controlling disease is underway as
well as soil technology to yield more per acre. THE
UF's research division, DSR. can provide up to $20,000 to ALLIGATOR
get a research project rolling in any academic area. They hopea
federal institution will become interested in the ongoingwork r, '

and take over funding,which in most cases was initiated ',. WANTS YOU ,

with the federal funds. ,
Davis."Usually it (the research) pays off and we get returns," said f.; .., l .'-'
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officially borrowed 00.000 from the DSR to stay out of debt. t'P.r. (.- ''jJj.:;' t',"" c
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70000. Davis said he doesn't know when,the money will be ... / .:.
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article in Thursday's Alligator stated Harry Stroud "
The Florida
Independent
secured the room from which a gas laser was stolen sometime "
between May 25. Stroud did not secure the room, but .... Alligator It looking for reporters
reported the theft to the University Police Department. The :. and sports writer 0 to help us

room was secured and the theft,discovered by Charles Palm. cover campus, city and state
Also in Thursday's paper, an article stated Patricia Jurneywas vents.
struck by scar after falling from her bike. The car struck The pay Isn't much, the hours

only the bike not Jurney. P ': or* long, and'the office Is a cave,
An made in article entitled Studiesin
error an "Foreign
but the work and the
Programs" was also in Thursday's Alligator. Important
The article stated that Courses in Polish language oxporionco 'itself, It worthwhllo.,
literature history, culture and institutions receive credit in Anyone Interested should come
the UF department of English. to the roar of mo. College Inn,
Actually credit is given i in,the Department of Germanic and "1721 W.:University, 'Avo.Page" ..
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Slavic Languages and Literatures or the history department. :.t," ,
The Alligator regrtts the errors.

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I Women 'absent' in filmsBy

Specialties'
DEBBIE ERICKSON' World War II. The war forced women to
Alligator Staff Writer perform these types of jobs and was socially.
SHRIMP AUCAATINDlklowi OnTBtSAiMMAIIN Only about 75 people gathered on the north accepted.
tender ihrimp cooked In a Succulent oysters boNd In o lawn of the J. Wayne Reitz Union Thursday In the 1940's "even women who had
rich AuflroMn MUCO. Served with delicious MHKO. Served with yourchoko night to hear Dr. Joan Mellen speak about the ,seniority were told it was their patriotic dutyto
your choice of potato or ipoahottl of potato or spaghetti end sexual roles of and in the movies. ,their to the
and cole slow $2.9S cole.low. $2.., men women give up jobs men returningfrom
Women have been "pretty much absent the war" Mellen told the audience.
HALl AND HALl ,
Succulent, fried shrimp served with Shrimp STIAIC Kompl AND served SCAMPI with from the movies since the late 1960's," Mellen MELLEN SAID it was this movement that
delicious\ grouper ftaoon Soryod dolklrwt flit of Sirloin Stood.Saved o told the audience. produced "the.role of women as sex objects."
with your choko of potato or with your choke of potato or CITING TilE MOVIE "Midnight The "Doris Day movies of the 1950's were
spaghetti' end cole aIaw. JIM apoghottI and colo aIow. $""US' Cowboy," as the beginning of this absence. 'comedies and portrayed a sexually liberated
ftOUNOO'N'CIAI S1IAK AND STUffB SHRIMP Mellen, said "The erotic relationships in women."
Tender delicious left tholl crab, and Stuffed, shrimp served with o movies are now between men. Women are no By the 1960'". movies were "accepting the
choko fried flounder ol potato served or spaghetti with your and Select delicious filet cholc..ol or Sirloin Steak longer necessary and relationships with life of the housewife as boring These,movies
cot,slow: $2.9S, spaghetti your and cole slow o potato'$.."or' women only bring trouble." say two things. First, the safer woman the '
Speaking about movies produced during housewife,us unappealing. Second, it is worseto
itahanflshenrnan the 1970's.Mellen said the image projected of be independent women because an, .independent -
the,"liberated woman" is one of a woman woman is castrating: and
.10 SW 1thSt. "with great sexual freedom but this only destructive.*
reinforces the double standard. Talking about the role of the homosexual

We/ accept Master Charge These movies show that women who woman\: in movies, Mellen 'said the
sacrifice the home and sacrifice ,domestic homosexual woman in 'movies' is the most ,
and BankAmericard n''I. protection of men live-.,empty, meaningless "tortured.." '
lives, she said. "If you dare chose a way of life that rejects,
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THESE WOMEN are shown to be' dead the nucleus and the family your life will be so
and emotionally empty," she said. miserable'that you,will wish you were,dead.
Dual Special Tracing_the,roles of women in 'the movies "These movies show that ,the woman',really '
during the past four decades, Mellen said the "'ants'Co become heterosexual but they,are : '
role of women,in the "30's was one of the just too ugly ,and do not'want to compete,"'
factory worker. This was accepted because of she said.inflation.
of the Week


SAVE 15% .,f 'Budget'from '

goes higher than 6 per cent next
regular list price* ( page ,one) year UF will lose purchasing 'power as
compared to.this year.
Some legislators think Saunder's estimate, Even if inflation holds at around 6 per
of how much can be provided for the state cent.some items such as library books -
workers is high. Saunders said if the revenue' will probably continue to rise in cost at double
from the,tax and workman's compensation 'or triple the average inflation rate..
re-ordering won't provide "significant raises WHAT IS IN STORE FOR UF
for state workers, he favors restricting the AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS?,
increases to the lower pay scales. The Institute of Food and Agricultural
WHAT ABOUT FACULTY PAY IN- Sciences ((1FAS), including the College of
CREASES? Agriculture, will have to fight to'hold on to
Faculty members won't benefit from the the nearly'S2 million increase recommended''
increases which: may be afforded other state by the Senate Ways and Means Committee:
workers since they are paid out of the general The house wants to give 1FAS only about$1
education budget. million more than was spent this year. A
Therefore,the issue might boil down, to no compromise will be struck in, 'a legislative
r layoffs at the expense of no"salary,increases. conference committee.
Any faculty salary increases which may come HOW MUCH MONEY'IS THE HEALTH

Dual,1226 Automatic Turntable ,159.95: out of:the budget,will; almost certainly be CENTER GETTING?
J Wooden Basa $14.95 small. .. UF's health center has, been"'promised a
WILL.THE TUITION INCREASE HELP relatively hardy budget to fulfill' comitments
Dust Cover 12.95
END CUTBACKS? toward the new dental and veterinary,schools.
ShureM91ECartRegular 54.95 Yes About half of the $4 million increasein Both the House's appropriations and the
Price: $242.80, UFs'general education budget comes from recommendation from the Senate Ways and
COUCH'S PRICE: 11lI.H." the proposed tuition hike. Means 'subcommittee closely follow the
You SAVE $ 2.85' ". By including money from the tuition increase governor's suggestions for dividing> up general'
in their budget. J legislators are saying, revenue funds. '
this fantastic Couch'sELECTRONICS
Take advantage of special in effect what the'regents predicted they For the medical center's EAG budget the

would say: "we approve of higher tuition. appropriations average SI 7.5 million and for
(HOURS IS ANY ALLOWANCE MADE'IN THE the Shands Teaching Hospital.$6.5 million,
'H'S N t 110.9 llO-7 Mttn.'tI1urt.Ii" BUDGET FOR INFLATION? Incidental sources of i income such as trust

'" t: 110- 6 Saturday Friday No.and that's why UF's 6 per cent increasein funds, give an additional r S2.5 million for
flit NORTH MAIN 378-1582 general education will probably only serve health center and' about S21.5 million for
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SOPHOMORE VETERANSWHAT


Marathon dance nets WILL YOU BE DOING IN 1977


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$3,464 for kidney fund


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By DEBBIE ERICKSON' $1,1%, winning 10 speedbicvcles and "other
, Alligator Staff Writer gift certificates" for their efforts.
Second place winners were Karen Gage and
Steve Parker. Rubin said Gage and Parker:
Joni Herdon and Mike Teller learned were "unofficially" declared the first place
dancing is not only fun but personally winners the evening of the marathon because
rewarding.Thursday night they were declared they have the largest amount of money
the first place winners of the third annual pledged. "The 'only. collected $519 out of the
Panhellenic Dance Marathon. $1,493 pledged Rubin said.
Herdon and Teller along with seven other Wanda Holmes and Scott Ludwig were
couples, danced tor 28 hours April 18, and 19 third place winners collecting $139 Both the
to raise over $3,464 for the UF Kidney second and third place winners recieved gift < u ,
Foundation. Ten couples entered the certificates for food and specialty stores,
marathon. .. Rubin said.
DONNA 1 ,RUBIN dance marathon The ten couples who entered the marathonall
coordinator said the couples were given until received some type of prizes Rubin added.
Thursday night to collect money pledged to "People are still bringing in money, I hopeto You Could Be:
them before the marathon. have over 55.000.before. I present.the checkto
Rubin said Herdon and Teller, collected the Kidney Foundation," she said. o A Lieutenant in the U.S. Army -


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$21 million bond issues Gaining valuable, management experience

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topic of city commissionMoney $2800 TAX-FREE DOLLARS PLUS YOUR GI BILL


THERE'S AN ARMY ROTC TWO-YEAR PROGRAM

matters will dominate tonight's prohibit panhandling and begging in
Gainesville City Commission meeting, ac- Gainesville,would not be presented this week. JUST FOR YOU '
cording to City Attorney Osee Fagan. '
Fagan said the Gainesville City Com- The next two Monday night city com '
mission will discuss a $19.5 million revenue mission meetings have been cancelled. The ,,, '. Call or Visit LTC John Carlin ,,
bond issue for utilities and a SI.25 million May 19 meeting was because. some '
bond issue tor public improvement at commissioners will attend the American' V: ,.: .': Van Fleet Hall ,'\ ,;:. .
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tonight's meeting. Public Power Association convention. May 26 &' .392-13 95 ,':' :/ ,.!*. .t,
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"ENERGY SYSTEMS AND "WILDWOOD WATER DR..JAirHrr ALUMINUM CONTEST 12 NOON

NET ENERGY: for STEADY WASTES PROJECTS" : ,P.M. "WOODLANDS PROJECT: BRING CANS TO BOOTH AT
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.I Alligator Staff Writer

CO.OP INTERVIEWS Those interested in applying for the
North Hall Co-Op for summer quarter and the 75-76 school
year must arrange an appointment by calling. Dave Englebertat
presents... 392-8082 before' Saturday. "
PARKING TRANSPORTATION All students concernedwith
increased decal 1 charges are asked to meet with the UF
Parking and( Transportation Committee today from3:30: to 6
p.m.in room 347 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. '
HAPPY BARNACLE BUSTERS 'The Barnacle Busters Divers will
HOURS
have'a special speaker on "Artifacts Diving" All interested
divers are welcome to attend Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the
o .. Sparrow's Next recreation room. 601 S.W. 75 St.
O ... DISABLED STUDENTS The Student Advisory Board.for
Disabled Students invites anyone interested in making life
Tired, of the same old meals, standing in line?! better for UF's Disabled students to meet Tuesday night. at 7
.o ,p at Reitz Union. '
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Call. Domino's between 5 and 9 Mon thru Thursand EARTH WEEK '75 Earth Week 75 activities sponsored by
f/Io. the Environmental Action Group will include an energy
order a 1 item pizza and we'll give you seminar,today at I p.m. room 122 Reitz Union., the film
"Silent Running" Tuesday at 9 p.m. on the North Lawn a
lecture by Dr. Suzanne Bayley on the Wildwood. Water
2 MORE ITEMS FREE
OF YOUR CHOICE Wastes Project at 1 p.m. Tuesday room 122 Reitz Union and
an information table all week in'the Plaza of the'Americas. Vff,I
We'll deliver it fast & free to your door. RODEO CLUB The UF,Rodeo Club will meet tonight at 7 in
room G-108 McCarty Hall. All interested students are
welcome.
.. MOVIE"I Love You Rosa"will be shown Tuesday night at 8
'" :'.. ,,13th Street store only ,:, ;.'}'\:':' : in McCarty Auditorium,'sponsored by" Hillel. Admission is"50
,, :iT':,''J ,,' 4f ,:' j I', I ,. cents ,
'f.' ';<' '0'( ..:\ BLOODMOBILE The Civitan Regional Blood Center will be
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,'t, : giving:tree blood typing at the HUB and will accept donationsat
:: '! ,,;. the Plaza of the Americas Tuesday from 9 a.m.t o 2 p.m.
'$ :. ,,' <,I "" GRAD STUDENTS All graduate students are invited to

,'!tQ" 376-2487 "., ," ',', ,,, : ( attend the Graduate Student Union Meeting Tuesday night at
8 in 362 Reitz Union.
> ,I'"IJY '. 1,1, 't' 1 ,,' room
INTERNATIONAL BUFFET The Council of International
:' t, 1710 s.w. 13th St. ,. ;:::I' :; Organizations will have'a buffet of foods from around the
'< world at the First Baptist Church 425 W University Ave. 7:30:
,,' >k:' p.m. Tuesday. Admission is $2 per person. '
Fast Free Delivery FARMERS Future Farmers of America will meet tonight at
8 in room 1157 McCarty Hall.
HIKING CLUB The UF Hiking Club will meet tonight in
room 220 Florida Gym at 8 to plan the 'Appalachian Trail
hike Memorial,Day weekend.J .
COUNCIL Journalism College Council will meet tonight at
7 in room 223 Stadium.
TESTIMONY MEETING The Christian Science
MakeAMealOfIt Organization will have a testimony meeting open to all
members of the campus community.Tuesday at 7 p.m. Reitz
Union room 357 Free child care will be offered in room 331.



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Waiting CHEW




Now we'll wait and see. op A
That was the response of Board of Regents 6 LlNE
Chairman Marshall Criser last week after the

Regents approved a new mandate requiring all
new students entering a state university with less
than 90 credits to earn at least 15 credit hours in

summer terms before graduation.The .
mandate, passed against the advice ,of all iF III

nine university presidents, ChancellordesignateE.T. NATURM.'t .
York and the Council of Student Body

'?Presidents was in, response to a long standing
legislative demand' that the. regents 'move to

equalize summer ,enrollments '
The move was the easiest .way out: for the cL

,regents. Under fire for the last six years to bring
summer enrollments up to par with the other three

;quarters; the board has, as. usual, placed the
.
'burden on the 'students.
It was indeed a convenient way, to .solve a so :C1KT1
pressing".problem, but it also showed an almost eTHEY'LL

complete, lack ,planning and imagination. DO if EVERY TIME/
Ignored were' warnings from university

presidents that the institutions, : more heavily

populated areas like Miami, Tampa and Keeo the Mailers
Jacksonville would be swamped ,with students who away

live there who want to earn the credits while i

working summer jobs. On the other hand larger In ,last Monday's Alligator. Paul ,Shulke commented on any kind of logic).
universities :like UF and Florida State would Norman Mailer's recent appearance at UF. Shulke said, And this is the man who was chosen to speak on April,29
remain under-enrolled. "Norman Mailer (is) a world-renowned writer. .What tor the sum$2,500.. Accent has been criticized for its choiceof
Ironically considering the economic, situation special-interest group could he offend other than one op- speakers before; you might" even call them one of thestudents'
'
posing free speech? "whipping persons.
these days now is the perfect time to begin Gosh, 1 can't imagine. Let's take a look at some Mailer THIS SCHOOL YEAR is almost over, and Accent has only
equalizing summer enrollment. Summer jobs are remarks made over the past few years: presented one woman. Having Normie? on top of the many
getting scarcer and many students would welcomethe "THE PRIME responsibility of a woman probably is.. .to protests about the lack of woman speakers was a hard pill to
chance to finish'their college education sooner Find the best mate possible and conceive 'children.. swallow.,
by attending summer. quarters.. "Women should be kept In cages." But the crowning indignity was the reception for Normie
'
"We respects the lions in the zoo,but we want them kept in
'But the way to attract them .is ,with positive cages don't we?"
incentives like lower summer tuition, more readily NOW,WHO COULD possibly be offended by remarks like '
available financial aid and lower dorm rates. After that? ': IT JANIS MARA

all a dorm. room going for half price,would still Here's a clue:, in "Sexual Politics" one of,the most basic;:
"
I make more money than one :sitting idle all ,texts length of with th*,'women's Norman Mailer.rights movement.. Kate Y Millet, deals. .' (;' ( OPINION: .
"
:summer.',' Millet,critiques "An American Dream" one of.Mailer's
;But above and -beyond all .that,, the regents books which conerns itself.with a hero: who murders his wife
haven't, even considered alternate plans. and then rapes his maid..Of the murder, the hero says, "1 had sponsored by Savant. Savant has had many years'as an
Colleges all over the country, have begun ,not felt so nice since I was twelve.'*" honorary leadership organization at UF.J I!starting as an all.*
summer.programs that not only help fill out their CHARMING. woman's group.The organization went coed a couple of yean
Mailer himself admits in his book "The Prisoner of Sex," ago.but continued in the tradition of serving women's needsas
J. enrollment, but perform a public} service. 'that he i considered, "perhpas the, primary target of their. well as those of the general student population.
'Stanford, Harvard, Miami" University (tn.OhlO), "
(feminists) attacks. Considering their orientation toward women, their previous
Brown, Dartmouth,, Cornell, and' others,all have Despite this rather considerable body of evidence, ap- ,projects for women (such as a report on the status of women in
instituted what are! billed as,""vacation courses'*for parently ,nobody: ever imagined that Mailer might be of, the:university community) it's, hard to believe that Savant
,.alumnittheir families and others.. fensive. don't know if 50 pet cent of the population could be would sponsor a reception for someone like Norman Mailer.
',They generaJJy'rangeJn; length;from three daysto considered ,a "special interest group" but .1 think women 'IT WOULD BE a littler easier to understand if the group
'
have a right:to protest the spending of $2400 on a speaker behind the reception was say Florida ,Blue Key. -
I a week,'feature, seminar topics'dealing with the who is known for being anti-woman. It took the threat of losing funding and on-campus offices
energy crisis, managing the family budget, atomic MAILER HIMSELF IS aware and, indeed, proud of his to force FBK to accept women into their leadership
'energy and conflicts i in American: society.: reputation as America's, Number One Pig. He's aware of the organization.: Mailer fits right in with that kind of philosophy.
The colleges charge for room and,board as well publicity there is to be gathered from this position. Look at, But for Savant to have Norman,Mailer. is like the Black.
'as'for instruction and"are collecting :from $80 to Bobby RiggSr an aging has-been who made a fortune on the"strength" Student Union sponsoring''II reception ,for Lester' Maddox.,
of being a male chauvinist.,Why shouldn't Normie Normie stands for
everything a like that should
$350 a week. for adults and $35 to $200,a week for group rejects
jump the ? '
bandwagon
on It js to,be,hoped th Savant will think' twice.about-,the
children. ; He"has,done just that., producing'a book on feminism people they,choose, to honor in the future.Women and men'
:Such a program may not only help tile called, "The Prisoner of Sex" in which he'attacks feminism Mho support the.concept of equality for all people, yes; bigotsof
,
enrollment but ,could reinforce, 'alumni contact with. everything he's got (which unfortunately doesn't include any,sex, creed.or color, no. '
with the" universities, One of:the :most prevalent "
complaints,about,the-university,community these ., Ran Cunnlngh) DavW Klan ,':.\i

I days is'that they are too often out,of.touch. with the 'Th'e Independent"fdlto" In-ChI'" 1 rdI 1 '."71. ,

general;But ]whether i public.,.such, a program' could serve as a -\ 'FlondaAtli: gator = ;T "" .,:

partial solution to,the problem: or, not is almost I '
beside the pointy; The fact ;.t regents are ,not .4 cat (.lt+stlt4.5tr: MindIK.iman.News. fdlto Layout JodyCadln Editor "',t"' '
even looking at such innovative:: ideas.. IP .

Apparently all the regents are concerned with is LA'Yony'Kendzlo"f' ...... .. ,..... ..",....... .....:.,'. ".".".'._ .Gen.1 Manage
pacifying ,the legislature. Whether it's the best Jom.s V:Cook; . ;.. . .. ,. ..'. ....-'..;r.Assistant General Monop.r, "tithed by
the doesn't M... Ev.lyn list . . ,.. .. .. .....I.". .t' ",H'...Admlnlstrath MsistontMn. ,
plan, or most equitable seem to matter. .Mai hurl .,. . . .,; . .. .... .... .... .,. ,_ ." .,,,.. ..Bookkeepe, r.a/11/,14: r.//1rl///1/N: ''II/1.. h..
Both Gainesville Sen. Bob Saunders.-and Ocala C. Roy Shipp . . . . . h. . .. . . ,.lusin.a Monger
Sen-,Buddy MacKay have expressed this problem Yom MacNomoro . .'. .,. .. . .. ... . . .'r. -I. ,;.'.Accounlont P.O, a.r': 13266 .
Roy McGee J,. . ?. . .. .. ..... . .. .Advertising Monog.r. state o Goinel'lill.. FIorIdIa.wll.
i in the last: six years. Donna brano .,' . .. . . ;.. -. ..'. ',' ',' '.' ..... . iAd..r1IllngCoordlnotor offic". behind the "e.v.' !'
t We hope they'' will see through this obviousy Ac.., Hory.r . . . ... \ I. , . ','. . .Special Sections Coordinator 172" .West.. University
: 'uli"
transparent mandate. and tell'the"regents it. justisn'tgood' Lynda Homier. . . ., . . . . Adver1lllng Production Manager Editorio'Office phone: 775.4406.
Lynn Sokl.r.. . . .'. . . . . . ,...Editorial Producllon Mana.., o-pol1rr\eft.:
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DVICE & DISSENT



Female animals conform to aeneral patterns


ITOR Allen Sawyer (May 6 Alligator) is concerned '" .
UF about expenditure of energy and matter. In ,human females tree themselves from their sexual coyness merely because a
j that coeds on the in
criteria use their
campus
choice of however, copulation may mean a commitment to nine monthsof popular movement (women's lib in this case) says that women
and about,the unwillingness of coeds to take
lies, any real pregnancy and many years of child care. should be more active in the initiation of the ,courtship
iative in the dating game. Perhaps it will be somewhat Thus, females of animal species that have selected the process.

forting to Sawyer when he learns that women are basically optimal mate, and the most ideal time and circumstances for Human females are less active in courtship and always will
t same everywhere and the same as females of all animal participation in potentially significant reproductive encounters be because of a long evolutionary 'history favoring such

:cies. have "won" in terms of most successful reproduction behavior.
J am an animal behaviorist. My scientific interests center during our evolutionary history. PHYSICAL APPEARANCE as a chief criterion (in female

manly on understanding the adaptative significance of Males may also show a considerable amount of choice of males (and male choice of females) on the UF
jtual behavior in animals (including humans.) discrimination! in mate choice in a species like our: own. In our campus (another concern of Sawyer) is also explicable in

THE BASIC CONCEPTS that follow are not my creation, society, in which the mating system is sequential monogamyor terms of behavior ,favored during our evolutionary history.
It were originally presented by Charles Darwin in his books perhaps even polygymy, males tend to behave in two ways Female humans (as well as males) have been "strutting
[1859 and 1871.'These. concepts have been greatly expanded toward females. Males tend to exhibit a great readiness for around and displaying their wares" (Sawyer's terminology)

I contemporary evolutionary biologists. sex toward females they do not- plan ,to marry (or have an through our evolutionary history.
[Evolutionary biologists and social scientists that un- extended relationship with). Physical appearance has probably always .been an im-
rstand current evolutionary fact and theory'are advocates of HOWEVER, MALES may be almost as discriminating as portant criterion in mate choice not for' its own sake but
lese ideas. ? 'females toward potential mates that they feel are most because appearance reflects certain information regardingones
I First, female animals are more coy and discriminating inle suitable for long relationships and child rearing. The latter fitness as a mate. Physical appearance wjll probably
selection of mating partners than males. This is easily behavior which involves extended courtship allows the maleto always be initially important in mate choice in our species
derstood in terms of the relative parental investment of the assess the female's attitude toward extra-pairbond sexual and things like interests lifestyles religion etc. only secondarily -
ixes during reproduction. Females invest more time and activity(among other things) because he must make sure that important. Sawyer's plea for "people to no longer
ergy per significant, reproductive encounter than males. the mate he enters a lengthy relationship with will only father consider each other as mere sex targets" is unrealistic in
] FOR EXAMPLE, the reproductive role of a human male HIS children. terms of our past evolutionary history and present

lay end with copulation which involves only a momentaryps The innate coyness of female explains the "paradox" evolutionary, forces. ? Dr. Randy Thornhill
of attention,from other important matters and a small referred to in Sawyer's letter. Human females cannot readily Department of Entomology


Whistles: are



not the, answerto



rape problem

EDITORf In'the past few days UF witness the distribution of,
hundreds of so-called "rape whistles" for the female segmentof
the student body. While at the same time the males of our
community are left' completely Unprotected from a massive
i.k and continuous form of"rape," which is perpetrated by some
of the female community.By .
"rape": 1 am referring to the daily barrage of many girls
walking around campus, taking sun tans, while exposing what
many consider provocative areas of their bodies. By the same

% fl token I will include a very few males who also dress in such a

way. _
THIS FORM OF "rape" is not as plain or as easily definedas
a physical rape, but at the same time it is 'a rape
nonetheless.
N Some may argue that the situation is merely a matter of
1 taste and style dressing, however I personally think that
when the dress strays above the knee it gets into the categoryof

... arousing and teasing sexual desire without the possibility of
gratifying them. This gets into the category of staking a"man
out on the desert and holding a glass of water an inch away

from his lips. .
'SOFINEHE5 GOING TO GET TIRED..WHEH IS HE GOING TO GET TIRED??' 1 want it to be understood that I denounce rape in all of its
forms, from any party and approve of any measures used in
protection. I do, however, reserve the opinion that the "rape
whistles" are a useless expenditure of our hard-earned money ,
and is ineffective against rapists or would-be rapists
'Godspell'isan interpretation : :. ONE FRIEND revealed to me that these whistles when

blown, have different ,tunes which seem to be piping the
following messages for the would-be rescuers: "Come back in

of the DelL pastor says two hours." or "Come and watch until something extreme

005,-- happens like stealing my. bra (if I happen to have one at the
.. time.")

EDITOR "Jesus dances the money in the name of Jesus, time if not even a little aheadof Jesus and his friends could' In conclusion 1 say the following poem to those girls:
And there is laugh cry love, dance, kiss whistles BLOW,
Philly and kisses girls on the because (-think Jesus can "Superstar" "Before you get' your fancy
I mouth."' Gracious! Michael survive the profit margin if still room in the gospel for' face death and keep' on Get nice and decent cloth to sew
I Skinner's review of "God" people experience some joy in more good tunes to be writtenyet. growing and living. Because of the way you're thinking of rapes
Rev. Lawrence D. Reimer "
l!peir claims these activities their lives over a new contact like all UF ,men are malicious apes. ,
I 'found "Godspell" to be a, Pastor "
exalt the lowest in religion. 1I I with his life. Mohammad S. Rashdan
United Church of Gainesville
of
simply :want to record myncliew After all, the churches in good production of one the -- __ 3CHE ,
interpretation
| that God Jesus Gainesville have all made creative
I and us'feet and lips gave to be used, "more money in. the,name of gospel. It is not the gospel liJ1D 't' ?
limitations:
I'for more than ,walking and Jesus than the Great Southern itself. It does have
but 'it can still stand as an
keeping our teeth covered. Music Hall could have hopedto
I The churches" have been pull in from their "Godspell" interpretation.
THE of the
I LIKED tone
And
I arguing over the fullness of performances.
which is
of a religion
dancing and having fun for ,don't worry that "Superstar"said play than personal ,
years and "Godspell" did a it all. "Godspell" was more where
,
surrender a religion
beautiful the same !
job of com- produced around
Imunicating a view of ,Jesus ... .
l who could celebrate life, and The Independent
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phareitina ,way, SINN
|with his friends: Florida Alligator

I SO MR. SKINNER, don't ..
I worry too much that someone, Cory BolonoMAs "
Sheila DraperEntertainment
somewhefe"ntight; have fun in Editor 'ociO''. Editor
I the, name- of'religion- Don't .. ,

l worry about 'cutting in_-with'. : Doug Notch
[local I color. Jesus loved' to Wire Editor
[drop lines about Samaritans Tom ShrodcrAut.
j and local olive groves. Don't Greg ForrtrSpori.Ed.tor News Editor ft?
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m perfect, working order. Type-voit option' furnished one bedroom opt:.A> SPECIAL !!
hn .. '''" 0.') swimmaster double hose Best offer. C, dishwasher, w-w carpet Near.honds
f'& '.t" PCI"IOnkyolTtD Coll 372-1664 Glen (o-St-133-p) I VA Coll evenings 3764043 (b-St-133-

Bu.-Ful@ WINE for sole 3 piece bdrm set includes firm pl 1

I Pu0 S'T'/LI LuacIot' M4OINfNtAtsio4fuKff ) mattress bo'spring (double size) triple sublet one-bedroom modern furnished $65
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the dresser night table sell as set only $125
3 r .,,,,.\)& ChARooo' t'oi1GdSNuFry Coll Carol 373-5234 (o-4t-133-p) opt. immediate occupancy pinewood 9 p e r m o n t hRESERVE
nets.! 378.5060(b-St-133-p)
euRGeR MOBILE HOME 2 bedrm $2500 paneled
horn I 6f A-C, Private Patio avail
"' .. w..tttdt. carpeted,oil furnishings ond appliances, of opt
1lIM ett tern, archer rd. 1 + ml from uf lot 25 mobile cit)y mid-June, fall option 113. mo. 378-2281 FOR SUMMERBEFORE
;;; 378-1967, (o-5t-133-p) b-5t-133-p)
Need a place to live NOW? 1 or 2womotes
FOR .RENTSublet needed immediately and or MAY 15th
I summer at Brandywine Call lori donna
cozy efficiency, opt Great or may 376.5299 (b-3t-l33-p) AND SAVE.
2 blks from Perfect
location campus. WANT TO MAKE$25.001 I am interested' in
sue' for I person $110 mo. low signing 1 lease for sept looking for 2 or 3
TIE HIPPODROME utilises, Can 377-5003 after 6 (b-5t-13l.) bedroom house if moving toll Randy AFTER MAY 15thpor

Pi 378-5437 (b.lt-133-p)
HOUSE FOR RENT sublet for summer. Peolly beautiful house ,in N.W. section.
One block' behind hall.
1- I THEATRE normon Your own room t both.lull $90 mo. + '.
Beautiful old english tudor houie $60
utit.! lotto trees and room to move Coil
per mo plus Mil 372-9499 (b-St-UU 377-5232 new no ducks (b-5t-133-p)
.1 1 Presents' > tii
SUBLET moiterbedroom in 2 br bran 2 big 2 bedroom opts must be sublet for mor .
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AN ADAPTATION dy'wine |luna 15-tept IS. furnished, con the summer Both ore furnished and STILL CHEAPER THAN
renew lease. pool, oc, wall to wall, dw, upstart w oc 'near the med centerumm. .
OFARISTOPHAMCS diso many more bob 377-0876 Ib.:>!- > ,| route CoM 378-3628. or ;J76-3026 LAST SUMMER

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FOR RENTOne WANTED FREE
PERSONAL SERVICESTYPING
CLASS RINGS NOW
'Bdrm Apt. for rent at Hawaiian Vill, HELP ESTIMATEt
kr: Apt*. Must rent no later than June lit, DORFI cartoon character seeks New Arrivals White Stag Speedo EDITING Theses, Bluer.lotions t
Call 373.7900 or the Apt. office (b.lOt. ($4560)) home Afternoons call Peter bathing tuitl. Safari shorts ft pants Term Papers experienced typist,
126-p) lehndorff at 376.4482 I seek the unique Backpack Join the Unlv of Fla. hiking mo In english ibm selectrle phone
ALL and the cheap (c-St-32p! )1'oommat..1 club Allen'l Aquatic ft Trail Center 3448 378-0547 (m-20t.Q7-p| )
SUMMER SUBLET: 2BD ,I'/i' B Hawaiian ... [ trop
West Unlv Ave 3739233ffH6c
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2
or summer +
tall
IIINGSGUARANTEED Village turn.townhoute poolside, $230 -or WIRED FOR SIGHT
378-5905 after 5:00: 373.2301 apt 141 (b- country garden opts pool, oc, good Are you Interested in learning how to do "Thtyllast Super Mort'OPTICIANS 1620 W. University
: SM32-P) people, $50-mo for two $90 for one call Soul Travel? Coll 373-8393 for information UNIVERSITY

t bdrm, unfurnished 373-65U, after 5pm |jeff, chris (tc-St-129. on a loll forming toon (1.31.I (| '3005W th Ave. 38-4480.
opt air,
good location, summer or longer carpeted 125,00, P) I 33-p) (M-50-53-C) _.____
iHatcher'sJewelers mo 378-7311 (b-SM32p' ) female roomate for summer or fall to Ever wonder why Barbara Beccue hoi so I I.D. PHOTOS
free month rent on 12 month share I burns apt summit house oconi many friends who attended FSU? (|I.-ll- passports, resume, ond applications
lease
beginning June 20 2bdrm l90,3bdrm frm strands furnished cent air-heat pool I I33p) .natural lytle portraits. 377-0797 camera
$225 plus depotil 77+ Vi utilities' iheila 3735673 (c-5t- Dramboui. t skins, t shirts' t shirts. Sale work studio I2)V) W. Univ. Ave. (m.2Ot9111) -
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carpet a-c pool. 378-
,E.UnlY.AM V.4fJ 1755 (b-21.132.pl) I 29-p) mans shirts $5.00 tel. group. Best )

2br. gotorwood opts cen air furnished female roommates to share 2bdrm opt selection of primo goods denims Scuba classes startingAIL, scuba
Velvet, condo atmosphere
jewelry. Shop in air
move in June 14 for tummer % we pay tennn ct, pool, sauna, oc, close to of Ws-Ws. Open wk. 10-8 equipment provided soles, service,
June t Vi |july a pay $125 July, $250 aug. campus & hospital call 373.8765. (c-5t- Sat 10-6 upitarlt 17 NW 17th St. across trips' rentals, air. Tom Allen (co.host .
376-6399 I32p) Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen's Aquatic 4
(b.5I.132plWANTED
) from unlv. tta post office Dramboui ((Ij I. .
trail Center, 3448 W Unlv. Ave 373 9233
n@ One conservative female roommate !:!!!.-j. ) Im.h.126-c1)
@oo beginning' fall 'I.-own room in 2 bdrm COED't facial hair 'removed per.
\ female to shore 2br opt for turrtmer, opt '/, block from UF-$100 mth + 'Vi manently. Call Edmund (DwyeC' BINDING unique service, books, ft

walking distance, to campus, oc,fun( 60 utililiet-plsaie call Marge 378-6529 (c-> electrologlsl over 20 year experience .journals, personal names call ENGLISH!
., for own room or 35 to hare room call St-132-p) Call 372-B039 (|I-fr.I07-c1)) BINDERY for free estimates 373-8456 ea MarketNew
,NEW I'r1JSFD lynn 377--<172 (c5I.I30plReally ) I female roomate, available June I 1. KARATE LESSONS 377-6260 (m-25t-26-p)

eosin: ..Lw aStilWioirrC beautiful house In NW. lection. gotorwood opt. No. 1001 shore large Small Classes $25 per man

(... -. -Coe.vataMR..- Your own room t bath-just $90 mo. + '/ room utilities, in 2bdrm call 373-6243 2both opt,anytime$70 mo. +(c5tI32p 1-3. 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th Stl) Man thru
..rrwrMIYt utll. lotto trees and room to move. Call Sot even, 7to9 37871312ot10Bp(| )
I
-SILL-t5ADI- REr11R' 377-5232 now. no duett (e-2l-33-p! ) ) Invitation from .$1140 -
GOLD & SILVER Top prices paid tor clou Wedding) per in ainesvlllegQ
2 or 3 glrlt to hare 3 bedroom opt at Oak 100. Two weeks delivery Hundreds of
,old Call
rings jewelry,etc. confidential,
For'.*. fall Call' Cliff Hall 1 1103 N. Main.
466.3340 ..icier.M..F Starting 1975. louri at OZZIt 373-3894 (9t-IQ5-p) style* Printing
3739188. Bus to campus' 2 pools 2 3769951.frIOSHC(| :) .

Ncawirr 610. Wal+ saunas lunuryt (c-3t-133-p) fenced Roomote In to yard shore, near 2 bdrm grocery house liquor oc,, If you are pregnant and you need help., Q L AexlcanO 1 Peaukaftt
Student willing, to pay $255 for room we care. Call birthright 377494724t(|
mall stores for summer and beyond, 90 "
and meals thru summer quarter. I block IM-P)
o month, responsible ttudent Scott 377- REAL MEXICAN
from campus, central air, co-op hauling 0084 (c.5I.13111)) WATER SKI QINIC starting may 10
Kim ot do 372-9328 (c-l9t-1I3-p) weekend all forms taught from basic to
Female roommates wanted lummer qtr. If you have a house near campus for fall advanced Including tricks, jumping, and FOOD
SUPER BIKES, I tor. to share 2 bdr. Summit House Apt near and you ore looking for a liberal, slalom for Info call Scuba Dynamics -
Mod center, $64 mo + 1-3 util. 373-5600 mature, responsible person to rent a Exotic Sport 37780966tl32p(| )
room call Wendy 392-7601 (c-3t-3l-p)
PARTS377MOISERVICE3770722 ((c.5I.I33p1ygoing) wonted student NEW OFFICE PENTHOUSE-4 private interior Village Square
mature responsible (l)
., mature female: own bdrmIn office with balconies Available
find close for
to apartment to
.t comfortable 2 br opt, pool, oc, near fall-spring own bedroom campus+ shoreexpenses immediately. Good location. Call for 2409 5W'13th St. 377-5151
I med center t school June I occupancy 373-7649 John (c-3t-l31-p) details Wayne D. Mason & Co., Inc. :
$85 mo Vi utit. Reduced rent June & July REALTOR 377: 789. (|-5t-l30-p) ..,
Female roommate needed for fall to 'i;
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377-0900 offer 6 pm Julie (cOt-133-p)
share I bedrm apt right across from VA ft
2 roomotei needed for the lummer Med center priced reasonable mutt be LOST & FOUND MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET
Own for the $50depotit. EVERY
$125
room summer plul clean, studious 377-8075 (c-3t-31-p! ) .
I lost In fla near woment
CollSleve 373-6149 (c-21-133- ring gym .
pi) Female roommate own furnished uneven bars,monday 5575. 1 opal and !.!
6'PM room in garage apt Summer qtr. option gold If found please call Roney at 378- ,5307:39PICK: : YOUR, FAVORITE '
lOAM- liberal, roommate wanted to rent 3bdrm for foil. 72.50 mo. + W util. Call 372- 0723. SENTIMENTAL Value-Reward.. (I. baked pizza
7 DAYS A WEEK'3.U1 very large home for summer, fully turn. 5188 Cindy or linda. (c-3t-3l-p! ) 3M3L-PJ) ,( !!t' l0ction"of ,flavor .
2blkt from (un) library $67mnth. call and aard.n'fr.th salad. ,
S.W. ARCHER R.D. neal 373-9575; 203 nw 15th ter. (c-5t- clean responsible female; I bdrm apt Found-watch on Racquet Ball Court 5-1- .
132-p start Sept;$87 a month; Vi utilities; nonsmoker 75. Wide leather band. Call 376-4446 or :
; $50 down; the village opt; call drop by Alligator Office to Identify (l-Sl- $1.69 :
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377.3064 after 4.00 pm donnl l (C-5H3I-

p) Found 129-p:) Block mole cot at I Tigert Hall 6 .11nn

HELP WANTED niot to 1 yr. old call Barbara 392.1261 8- .
5 or 373-2851 after 5:00: ((1..I33nc1lOST ) 3764521I
ANY SLICE 316 S.W. 16th Avk
dependable student for newspaper rock a brown filler notebook for BA 591
route. must have good transportation. on Monday May 5. If found, please call
376-4912,6-9 pm (.-.-.132plAUTOS ) 377-8853 REWARD (l-2l-l33-p)_ I ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET Il'
AND A BEER mm 1.5J4LJhts
cFD; ; VICES '
j j jI Volvo Station Wagon 1970 W. air, radio
with coupon exceptionally clean no work necessary, BEAT THE RUSH, BE SURE YOUR REPORTS,

Good family, Increasing to need larger car MANUSCRIPTS,DISSERTATIONS & THESES U Ot/flilMl
ARE 'TYPED EARLY Call 377-2235 ,or I
I I $2250 firm 376-5012 (g-lOt-128-nc) I
WON. M12Y Debbie 377.7806 or Sandi 3785754. (m-
ONLY 68 MG, 4 speed 2 door, 4 cyl. Convertible 51-I 33.p)'_ CUBANAIvAas

good condition, $110000 "Typing Service-Experienced typists, any
I phone 372-6159 or 372-6966 (g-5t-129- material, charts. thesis,, etc IBM
PL) Seleclrle. Fail, accurate service. $
1 1245 W. uNIV19tSITY I GOOD FAMILY CAR, 73 ford torino Delivery Coll. 4622739. (m-5t-133-p) '

wagon, pi oc, disk brake, radials, 2500 Ride a hone at TALL OAKS STABLE $3.00an Takeout and Free Delivery : Favorite '
or best offer, excellent shape, 472-3016 hour miles of trail also boarding 495- Extra Delicious? Submarine and Rear Saf:=icheiJ
after 7:00 (gSt-130-p) 2240 (m.sr-lM-p)_ .____

e 1968 Volvo FM Stereo AC low mileage DIVE the DRY TORTUGAS leave Key West 377-1090
good condition call 378.4959 Greg $900 June 13th and return on the 18th all

((,oSt-131-p: ) scuba equipment provided. Comp ot Alan Suggests -
1974 kawasakl 400cc low milage historical Fort Jefferson on Garden Key ,
$975 1973 monte carlo many x-tras with all camping goat provided call The Italian Super Sub
$3300, h'dabed $10, children bicycles Scuba Dynamic for further information
$10, plul many m sc Hems call 377-67 & 37780966I.132p1( (The only real Italian Sub in town with ham, bologna,

(g-5t.I30.eL.- HOMHUHTBtS salami, provolone tomato, onion pickle salt,

1968 nova good condition only 43,000 pepper, super seasonings and 100K pure olive oil for

miles! 20)mpg_ call 377-0:;93 anytime ,g5M333) We apartment con help,mobile you find home a home, or, dressing) Hot pepper also availble(extra)

roordmole the easy way I FRI. 9
NEWPORT New Tires, Engine C83Cood I
1968 .Battery, Transmission-gone $125 OUR FEE IS REFUNOABL'I M o N..THURS 9 ..m.-, p.m. SAT. ,TmVpl

NEGOTIABLE Town A Country Pork BSBILL JOB It MNDGB U I
3860 SW Archer Rd ((0.51.133.01PERSONAL ) from Is Nat'l. Bank
REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave I 107 N. Main (Directly across )

Open 7 Doss hi 7.00 377-6700

Piper, : Who put the odd In the alligator?
Am, interested Another piper.. Call 373- ,
7762. i d| -l32pj) '

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STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS .
METHOD LOSE WEIGHT TOO. PRIVATE Prints : 4
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tl BERNIE TRAVIS Call Kevin 376-7018 a-(I.31.I33p .
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Really beautiful, haute in N.W. section Everyday '
&bath |lust $90 mo. + '4Mil.
room
Your own Service
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UF tennis team shares SEC title




By KEITH CANNON final day to win their first IT WAS THE CLOSEST
Alligator Sports Writer SEC title since 1969. finish in the tournament's 37-
Along with team honors year history and the fourth
1 E TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- came two individual titles. tie. Coach Dan Magill's
All things considered sharinga Juan Diaz closed out his UF Bulldog squad had to take the ,
championship isn't so bad.It career with a No. 1 singles last match in the tournamentto
beats having second place championship and Dave earn the tie: Georgia's No.
:all to yourself. Pressly captured the No. 2 1 duo of Gordon' Smith and
The UF tennis team was title. The championship was Manny Diaz came from w :r ,
quite happy, thank you, with Pressly's second in the SEC behind to beat Kentucky'sScott r

t ,o'A... their 'first. ,-place .tie with The Palm Beach junior Smith and Steve
+ Georgia in the SEC tennis won the No 6 title as a fresh Gilliam, 5.7, 6.3,_6.3 to keep v'm
-\. tournament this weekend at man. the Bulldogs' string of,
the University of Alabama.Itn But the tournament wasn't championships intact at five
three days of gutsy tennis, just a Florida Georgia in a row.Though.
the Gators beat all comers on showcase. Behind the co- the championshipwasn't
Thursday, won eight of eight champs, who finished, with 21 theirs outright, the
tiebreakers to put five playersin points each, was Tennessee Gators brought home the
singles finals in a nerVe-with 20. Alabama ran a close trophy, and they felt they had
wracking Friday, and survived .fourth with four championships every right to it., ; ; ,
a bizarre but exciting but only 19 points. Jim Oescher, team captainand newman
one, of five Gators to
make the All-SEC team, said
after speaking'' to several victory

Georgia players, ."Georgia
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teels very pleased to have tiedus semifinal beat Scott
since we beat them 6.3 in 4.2 in 76. 7-6.
N ,e1J the dual match. I think we Ricky for this
were the superior team." appeared 4. ." Diaz

Many of the SEC coaches in game I played
apparently thought so too, as got the tiebreakers.
Diaz, Pressly, John Kunnen UF ( ) was real
and Chap Brown joined while ."'

Oescher on the All- 'return. less' for
a Conference squad and Coach tinue, of Manny
Bill Potter was named SEC crucial "It didn't
tennis Coach of the Year. It.was I played"
.1 (More on these stories in Oescher } 1 MATTER
Tuesday's Alligator.) were his Florida in
I 4 cham
LOOKING BACK after a short of ,
t rigorous dual match schedule '
,and
year De'ller
and three days of counting the have I '
7-6 '
2-6.1-
point'standings at least once '"The
but
in every match Potter said, "Ididn't swinging not
think we'd do as well as said. last set
"I
Several
we did. If we hadn't playedthe
way we did Friday, we during I linesman
think I
earlier in
.r might have ended fourthor "
up back. :
fifth. After 15)Y, he.said he
on a Brown
"We played super. We got and ice ''
close
ryP F" 7d some bad breaks on Saturday, Oescher to
4 but it came out real .well." doubles : umpire
However, the day didn't a good
vehement
--, begin real well for the Gators. Kunnen
Brown and
photo by ondy newman In the No. 6 championship the third
Oescher, and had
top-seeded an ,
. DAVE PRESSLY SERVES UP CHAMPIONSHIP '
.UF junior beat Georgia's Gordon Smith 7-5,7- easy winner in quarter- and Friday. : ',:pQg. .1--..16)
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. : 'Gator nice guys. take last I I. ,?. '


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j ., By MARK JOHNSON 400.:
f' M .. Alligator,Sports WriterIf IN THE FIRST VANDY GAME,
': nice guys really do finish last, then the UF baseball team Wilkie Smith was hit for four runs in the le:
must be the friendliest bunch around. Eric Killer came on in relief and. held

.The Gators dropped both ends of a Friday doubleheader to the sixth
the Vanderbilt Commodores, 5and} 4.1, to insure themselves The Gators' only run 'scored' i in the Mason this
last place in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Sammy'Rick led off with his third home "Date.
Eastern Division. Lewis Key'and Mike Coine.held UF.to : ,
t in game; : '' eh of,the
.ONLY A 6-2 victory the series finale saved the Gators'
( last l lingering! hopes to end the season with a .500 record.l'he Vanderbilt} took.quick, lead off... :wW.lf.' ..
22.24 Gators play Rollins College on Friday in a 3:30: Chappel! when Rick. Duncan.looped a ,IhTUth

,.A Perry Field contest ,before finishing the season. with a road ,first inning. The Commodores scored '' States.
game against the same team on Saturday.'The the fifth, but the runs proved un mporta university'
Gators will also be playing three exhibition games this stopped the Gators on five hits and a lone yean, of
Qualifier in 01\ a,Bob Zaleski RBI. sin le. .. .
M week against Florida Southern division II for,the ,
l NCAA playoffs, on Tuesday .Wc4Jfl slay, and Thursday ,'';;.T,. .,Jt''ttuu'S1AJr,...... ,. f,':" \. .. .:.tIif.sttih. ,.(_ ... :;'(\.."","".'..". .
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1 :. "'.lnd.pondnt Florida Alligator,Monday,May IX 1V7&,,Pag*IS



the place. 00,1:, : ;':: Lady mile relay


not big '' ';. r UF
enough : team sets


for everyone. .' ,I:, mark Classic


:;, ::: \\'"J r The UF women's track, 2:12.5. Robin Campbell

team equalled or bettered Sports International, took
serve previous times and distances first with a 2:07.Freshman .
now to be certain of FaN .occupancy. competing in the Tom Black Gator Heidi .
Classic Friday night in Hertz, who will compete in.
Knoxville, Tenn. the penthathalon at next
Closest to Campus ; ,:' The Lady Gator mile-relay weeks' track and field
.Master'TV.. Antenna team of Mary McGroarty. nationals in Oregon, equalledor
.Pool, Sauna Cecil Lynn Carter 'Kay bettered her best times and
.
.Fully Furnished Hooper and Kathy Carroll seta distances in all five events.
11318.W. 3rd Arrau. Dishwasher school record and dropped IN THE SHOT PUT Hertz
three .econds off their old bettered her previous mark by
.Laundry Facilities mark when they clocked four three feet with a 33-2% heave.
372-3557 minutes flat. UF took fourthin She cleared: 5-ft in the high
tom of the fritndll.tt popl in Golnsvll! I the relay with Sports In- jump, did a (16-3 in the long
J ternational, a private track jump, ran the 220 in 27.7 and
club from Washington. D.C., finished the 100 meter
clinching first with a 3:56.A hurdles in 153
SOPHOMORE Four of the events for Hertz
SOUND CITY EXTENDS ITS McGROARTY RAN a 56.7 were within a two hour eriod,
anchor leg of the mile relay, and according to Lady Gator
,her fastest quarter this year. coach Kate Paulos that won'tbe
In the 880 McGroarty was; the -case at the Championships
PREINVENTORYCLEARANCE
third with her best time ofF next week.
"Heidi is confident and
1{ steady as a rock."Paulos said,
adding "1 expect even better

'Itilf.i.:,. things from her at nationals
when her events are spreadout

o .. .,..'.. over a two-day period."
,, ,,, : ;: PAULOS WAS ELATED
,, :, :"!; .,, .
:: t .. after the meet saying confidently
'!' .
"''PT.," .jf' ," .> '... "We are ready for
SALE ,. .,.. .. ., the nationals. Everyone
peaked.It was one of our best
'\f.., ;..(,;; performances,and I am really
"
very pleased.
F The Women's Track and
NOW THRU WEDNESDAY Field Intercollegiate
KATE PAULOS Championships will be held
.elated after meet May (16-17 in CorVallis Ore.

MAY 14EVERYTHING

Longshots LSD ,



LEFT 'Dogs win titlesGeorgia


and L.S.U., two scheduled for'the MississippiState
absolute longshots won the campus May 23 24 25.
IN STOCK divisional derbies of the 1975 Georgia, figured for fifth or
Southeastern ConferenceSEC sixth in the SEC's Eastern
( ) baseball race. They section, rapped Auburn 1M "";:,
square off against one Friday to close its SEC seasonat
STILL another for the full championship 11-4,a cinch percentage of
,and the right to play .733
tor the NCAA title, in a best L.S.U. clinched the
of-three series May (141617. Western title I"..* week, then
The first game is at Baton closed with a split of two
Rouge,the others( )in Athens.. games with Ole Miss ((6-7 and
The district portion of the 2-1)) for'a final SEC mark of
OFF NCAA tournament is 193.

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Terry Jones singled, advanced to third on two passed balls,
PLEASE DON'T MAKE US COUNT and scored on a John Cortese sacrifice fty for' a 1-0 first inning

lead.. ,
Gator starting pitcher Bruce Baker was hit for a run in the
ALL THIS STUFF fourth, but the Commodores failed to touch Baker and relief
pitcher Smith for the rest of the game.
DAVID RASSEL LED OFF the ninth inning with a home ,
fYOU'LL' GET A GOOD DEAL TOO) run to left.center field, and Cortese added two-run single to

ice the victory. oj.
"We're happy that ,we've still got:a chance for''a .500
season but of course your position in the conference standings
Is:more important than your' overall record* head,
FAIR TRADED ITEMS EXCLUDED coach Dave Fuller said. "This,weekend it was the same ole'
bugaboo as all season;when you get the pitching: you're goingto
win and when you don't you're going.to JoS ."

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tog.14,buUpwidtat Florida Alligator.Monday,May 12 W5 .
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.k Charlie's Chicken THI FIRST ANNUAL

.Champs'from Is delivering FILM FESTIVAL CEUBHATlNG DANCE ,.;; SUNFLOWER
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( page 14)) cs ,(,' ,',' ',',\- io qwd toi. rn;,,','.i... Welder
"" ", ""MOt.K). tg.' Hoffman &
t other UF players. "That call j ..a # "; HI Pro Products
is unreal," Brown agonized, ,!': > ':''I';" >:. .C' 'fM to P'R' : Natural Vitamins, Minerals
,but he added later that he I FQtJj ''ON"MbP RNJ; ) N -M Herbi. Dairy Products

wasn't. sure the ball was in. : Sf'ONSCta'Bi( (' Books, Cosmetics
'r Coach Potter did not vote I OAff)>OF dplU&t COUNCIL BlrUnitock st."......
in a coaches' poll which ARTS,'I SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCH1UKNA : :< I j w..'univ..i ir Ay.,. DoWfttDwft
4 decided that the proper )"COUKTIOH:; UNIVEISITY Ceillowtll., FI.It"o. .Ph.*. *n-ttn;
procedure had been followedin 3774)992-.1062 LIUAR1ES
letting the umpire call. .
"They wanted me to make ..
some comment on that, but
I'm not going to say that's the''
reason we lost," he said. DISCQUN'TSave
CLOSE CALLS didn't '
make much different in the
No. 3 finals. John Kunnen,
who had come from behind in
matches against Glen Boothof you up to 50%everyday

of Tennessee Kentucky a third,and couldn't time.Gary pull Dunn The itott HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS COSMETICS


dropped Clearwater a 6-2,6-4 sophomore decision to SUNDRIES-HOUSEWARES RECORDS CARDS

-t Speedy Gilstrap of Alabama
te in the title match. '
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'!r "The Alabama guy had no ,
pressure on him and he made
!some unbelievable shots,"
Kunnen said. "All the 32 oz Quart Size
games SCHICK
50%
were real close." SAVE
Alabama's Steve Pierre LISTERINESUPER I .
whipped Paul Novacek of II ONKODACOLOR .
Tennessee 6.1,7.5 l for the No. ,
E .
5 championship. = BLADES FILM
THERE WAS MORE to ,FITS ALL TRAC
come in doubles, but not for VALUE 2.89 $ 1 19 of PKG{ $2.39 RAZORS1 39 And Processing
the Gators, who were
VALUE SAVE $ .
eliminated by the semifinal 9
12 Exposure Roll or Cartridge
round. Tennessee's Huber
and Paul Van Min had beaten $2.52 VALUE Developed & PrintedBARNES
Diaz and Pressly 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 DralBTOOTHBRUSHES
in-the quarterfinals of No. I I. HIND 4.95 AT REBEL O 'OO
and Brown and Richard '. *
VALUE !
NO MORE THAN .
Healy got to the No. 2 CONTACT LENS WETTING
!semifinals before losing tours SOLUTION .

75. Dunn and Delatte 6-4. $149 COLOR PRINTS 1 ''6(

Coupled with Kunnen and $1.29 5 9 30 CENT VALUEPROCESSING
Oescher's loss it meant the PLUS FREE TITAN CLEANER VALUE
Gators had to have a little AND FREE 1.2 oz Wetting Solution
help from their fOes if they 20 EXP.

wanted sole possession of MOVIE & SLIDE $1-59
first. As a result'latecomers CALGON.
would have been baffled by
BAN
the sight of UF fans cheering CALGON. BOUQUET kODACOlOR
lor Kentucky and Alabama; BUBBLE BATH '.' ROLL ON CX 12612INSTAMATIC '
BATH 'OIL & ,
Tennessee fans during Ken-. i $,1 1.09 EVERYDAY
tucky to hang tough; and BUBBLE'BATH 2.502. 12 EXPOSURES

I Tennessee.Georgia I fans screaming for [i} $1.98 n 19JOHNSON'S j
.. $1.89 ,
WHAT HAPPENED was IIn'VALUE 99fl VALUE See Our
this: Georgia had to beat
Kentucky in No. 1 doubles to NEW STORE
lie for first. They did. Ten- .
t nessee had to sweep the Nos. 2 Atm 5-H95SI J. 24 at 1203SW 16th Ave.
.I' oz size
and 3 finals against teams

k 10 from force Kentucky an unprecedented and Alabama FAMILY SIZE 1 g :: BABYPOWDER' IN THE GIN" CITY'AIM. ;

ihree-way tie. They split. E y SHOPPING
That was the end. after
three days of screaming tans, TOOTHPASTE power .
,screaming players and CENTER
tiebreakers $2.50 m 4Q
$1.40
aplenty. 9 T
VALUE' VALUE t 1

R InlrannfrnliSororities I FLAGLEft'INN
FAMILY SIZE' MASSINGILLf --1 5 I i s

competed EARTHBORN .
Tuesday in a swim meet at the a UNIVAVI.
Florida Pool. Chi Omega won DISP SABlE'I' I) I

first place in the Orange ,DOUCHE J M. rmr-
k League with Alpha Delta Pi ,
# second and Alpha Omicron Pi SHAMPOO 'coWpus'' : I t'

third. ALL 'TYPES 69,cents .
;, In the Blue League. Pi Beta 39' REBEL DISCOUNTOPEN
VALUE .
Phi took first with Alpha Chi $1.79: .
Omega and Phi Mu in second VALUE 99 .' 0
and third.
IN DORMITORY ... "" : .'. : ,r.
beat HANDBALL the other, South area winners Garni 1 LATE 7 'Specials good, .. 1227'.W..VNI.V..AV.E: / ;t

s, Cooper of Graham and ,Reid thru Friday.' '3767430.
t B, to become the all.:amFl1i : .
champions. DAYS A, WEEK.. .' !.QUANTITY, RIGHTS RESERVED ACROSS. FROM FLAGLER"INNr:
Schedules may be pickedup }
for' Men's lai. ... .- .. *
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today' .... -. '
dependent Handball. A.r'; (;. ':.f.. :-..i,."

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