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By JOE MORAN Association "Life Safety Code," which is used
"" : Alligator Staff Writer by .the state fire Marshall's office for Inspection -

liveshighprica'Jor : Fire gutted the entire top floor of AndersonHall judgements.The .
Protecting in January of 1971 thrust of the code is to guarantee the
UF officials have since been making stridesto occupants of a building can,safely escape in
insure the safety of life and property on the event of fire, and that the fire will not
campus, but presently, there is not enough spread so quickly as to block the exits.
money, to complete the job. Currently, however, a number of the
: Up'i. IN DECEMBER 1969, Deputy State Fire renovations have been completed,or are in the
Marshall T.W.: Burkhart reported UF failedin process of being done. According to Neil
more than 400 instances to meet standardsset Webb,director of UF Planning, and Analysis,

in the 'National Fire Prevention (See 'Fire: page ten!

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STUART EMMRICH deadline, (but) common course numberingis .
Alligator Staff Writer more trouble than it is worth,
"TilE GOALS THEY are trying to attaincan
Unless common course numbering in the be reached in less cumbersome and less
State University System goes into effect next expensive ways," Hemp said.
April,the state schools have been warned they He explained reference guides to the
M r e yyw may face a loss of appropriated funds. school's! courses and conversion charts would
The Senate Ways and Means Committee reach the same objectives.
adopted as a provision to the recommended "THERE WILL BE a larger number, of
a { .s appropriations.bill an April 1 I. 1976 deadline prefixes, different prefixes than we have now
F< /5 eH Y r M W F a' 7q ,J.tYC tor implementation of common course and the course numbers will not be serially
numbering.IF related." he said.
TilE DEADLINE is not met the "And the prefixes won't always tell you
provision states '20 per cent of the fourth what department the course is offered in,"
quarter SUS funding will be witheld. Hemp added.
The appropriations bill goes before the fullsenate The UF University Senate passed a
this Wednesday.If resolution near the end of fall quarter op-
__ _. "" L, passed by the senate, the provision would posing common course numbering because it
photo by eric ttrin still have to go through a joint Senate-House "seriously endangers the academic freedom"of
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THREE BEARS HOUSE, conference committee. the state schools.
THE HOUSE APPROVED the common HEMP ESTIMATED it would cost' the
.24 in same location
years course numbering push as a "high'priority of universities $250,000 each ,year to maintainthe
the legislature", but set no specific deadline cost of keeping the numbering system up
tor action to date.
Playschool landmark Common course numbering,ordered by the Bill Corley staff assistant to the Ways and
legislature last year, requires similar course Means Committee, said the common, num
offerings in the state system having the same bering is useful in determining the cost of
prefix and number offering courses, by level and by discipline.See .
Gene Hemp, UF interim assistant vice r
to house UFstudents president for academic affairs, said the state ( 'Numbering' page nine)
system will "probably be able to meet the
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By STUART EMMRICH provide a place for eight students to live. II ',
Alligator Staff Writer There must be some place else., they, are_
forgetting about tradition," she added.
Tricia Margeson stands on the porch of the Margeson walked around the five' room, ,
old wooden frame house that for 24 years has three bedroom house, .handing out crayon
been the home of the Three Bears House Play drawings to some of the SO children who go to
School. the school each week .
"E.T. York's children came here. Bill "I DON'T KNOW how'they expect to get
Andrew's children came here, a lot of people eight students in here. 1 guess they could put
from the university have depended on this two people in each of the bedrooms and two
place" she reminisces. people in the living room, but I don't know
BUT THE DAYS of the Three Bears House how they expect, them to:just use this one
serving as a play school for UF students, and bathroom" she said.
faculty are numbered. Hennessey .is out! of .town on, a month 4a
The school received notice that their lease vacation and was not available for comment.
,was being terminated by UF July IS to ,Fred King executive assistant director of
provide a ,housing for eight ,UF,students.In the, housing department,said th'c'house..would
'a letter from James Hennesy,' UF undergo "complete:?renovat'ion"but, added'
director of housing,'the school was notified of no decision has yet been'made'.about'whetheror 9'ss
,the lease termination to provide housing for ,not:to add,extra,rooms.'
'the expected overflow of students looking for HE SAID THE house ould not be for any 9 '
a place to live. special students:but i for the; anticipated"inerflow ,
'"IT WAS JUST a short two paragraph,note of our housing facilities;, L
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telling us, we had to move. 'There was no King said 500 triple,.room*, are already,
thanks for a job well done recognition for scheduled to be rented-next. (jear to try and. photo.by .ric strin

: ',Margeson all the?jears complained: this 'place..- has been. y here,% "' s ... a.. .Y : d'....... 'I.' '/'.,';..'., ..TI'. ',.'". ::.......:., .. PLAY ftOUNDA'TJiREEBW/ '. .'',,,',.,'-,?',' ....
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WASHINGTON (UPI>-A Cambodian naval vessel Under the War Powers Act, Ford can order any action'he ,_.-----------------------J

Monday fired upon and seized an unarmed American deems necessary within the first 48 hours of a provocative act

merchant ship on the,high seas the White,House announced. by another nation. Congress which then must approve or ADVERTISING
President Ford demanded the ship be returned ant! warned of disapprove the President's action, nonetheless has mandated \ENGINEERINO
"serious consequences" unless it was released immediately.The that no U.S. troops can be recommitted in Southeast Asia. "SRICULTURE BUSINESS

seized ship, identified as the Mayaguez was forced .
Both Nessen and the Pentagon declined to say whether'anyU.S. I CONOMICS
into the port of Kompongsom according to White House v m HHHB FINANCE
in the Gulf of Thailand. The large
Press Secretary Ron Nessen. Navy ships were HE H RELATED PRO SSIONS
flotilla'which the U.S earlier had in the was removed
area SUMMER
Ford described the action aS an "act of piracy. ? COUNSELING
Job
the evacuation of and of the Navy's four
during Saigon none AND &ORE!
Nessen said the ship carried a crew of 39 Americans. But
Pacific aircraft carriers be the Gulf of
were reported to near StudmffetHmnl Organisation
an official of the Sea-Land Corp.. a New Jersey fritn which Summor
Thailand.On RocrbKjnnsnt Program
the said the crew 'totalled 40 including .
owns Mayaguez actually
the captain. Capitol Hill, Sen. John Sparkman, D-Ala., Chairman of WE MAY HAVE JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKlftSf OR ,;

Sea-Land Vice President Jack Mayor also s said the ship was the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said the U.S. should 3rd FLOOR-J. W.R. UNION I

carrying 10.000 tons of "general cargo"from Hong Kong to attempt to retrieve the vessel "any way we can." "Listen," JOB BOARD

Sattahip, Thailand, when the seizure occurred. Sparkmen told newsmen, "If a person shoots at you, you'vegot
Ford, who called an emergency meeting of the National a right to shoot back." NOTICEIn

Security Council and asked the State Department to demandthe But Sen. Jacob Javits, R-N.Y.r urged caution. "I!believe a order to maintain an atmosphere of

ship's return, warned that the seizure "will have the most little patience is deserved,rather than.cause a new incident or believability and reliance on advertising featuredin
serious consequences." He did not elaborate. attack," he said. the Independent,Florida Alligator,we invite our

readers to contact, us when, in their opinion,
advertisers' claims published in the IFA have
I proved false or misleading.The .
blasts "
Meany economic inactionWASHINGTON
IFA will attempt to resolve complaints,
where possible, by offering! bring advertiser
and complainant together to discuss the com

(UPD)-AFL-CIO President George Joint Economic Committee panel. "If the leadership of this plaint. Where this is not possible or where the

Meany said Monday one out of every four workers in this country had considered 'only the budget deficit in the,early outcome is not satisfactory, the IFA will investigate .
country will be unemployed sometime in 1975 if current 1940's. Hitler would have won the war." to determine whether its Advertising
jobless rates continue. On the basis of existing trends 8 million or more workers Acceptability Standards are being violated.

Meany complained in testimony before a Congressional will be jobless during every month of 1975, Meany said-
subcommittee that, the Democratic Congress is sharing the meaning nearly a quarter of the work force will: be unem
Administration's fixation on the size of the projected federal ployed sometime this year. TUCKER'S AUTOREPAIR
deficit, without concern for anything else.. He said the nation cannot and will not tolerate such high
"We should face up to the fact that this country is big unemployment for as long as both 'the Administration. and ;
enough to take a $100 billion deficit if necessary" he told the .Congress have projected it.
"THE STUDENTS FRIEND"parts

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,BOSTON (UPI)>-U.S. District' Judge W. Arthur Garrity The two schools have been the rallying point for anti-busing ail makes and
Monday urged school and police officials to act to alleviate a demonstrations since the court order to desegregate Boston models.

potentially "explosive situation" ,at two racially troubled public'schools by busing.
Boston high schools. The U.S. Supreme Court Monday upheld the con
Events last week at South Boston and Hyde Park High stitutionality of the partial desegregation plan by refusing to TOWING SERVICE
Schools led him to believe that racial violence could be review Garrity's action.A .

triggered unless authorities acted to prevent it, said Garrity. final citywide desegregation plan, calling for mandatory Free lube job
who ordered 17.000 students bused this fall to partially. busing of about 21,000 students was issued by Garrity
desegregate Boston ,schools.LIQUIDATION. Saturday. with oil filtet codng


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1 do not anticipate this (shorter notice rule)to be required bonafide financial emergency, Sharpe said. There would also '
year," Mautz said. "It's a precautionary measure for the be public hearings and legal consultation before firing any .
." faculty early, he added.
Both university system officials first saw a shortfall in REGENTS CHAIRMAN Marshall Crjser said the
terminated' coming,they realized there was no provision legally emergency measure provides a more "realistic' notification
'financial $ faculty before a required notification time--even if requirement in case the state legislature fails to appropriate.
the Board' drastic step became necessary, Mautz said. enough ,money to pay faculty salaries. '
The worsens."I proposed emergency measure shortens the notification "There's no existing recommendation )for dismissing
terminate for laying off any faculty member to three months,far, faculty in the event of financial emergency" Criser explained.The .
there is than the year's notice now requires to fire those with more ,legislature is now working towards adopting a SUS
SUS two years service. budget. Regents will not know until June if universities,will
quick Sharpe associate director of personnel 'and faculty get the money they need to keep faculty for the next,year.. ,
policy Is said the rule would only be used as a "last resort," UNDER CURRENT regents policy, university presidentsmust .
"possible :all areas,of funding faculty positions were explored. give faculty who have taught for more than two years at'
condition regents would follow procedures determining what is a least 12, months notice before terminating their teaching
contracts. A first-year instructor can be fired .with three,

Prof wins book royalties fight 'months These notice.requirements don't give the regents enough "leeway".', '

tor laying off faculty if funding shortages create a situation of
"financial,emergency," Criser said. ,
By MICHAEL'BRADLEY- on his own time and paid all of the expenses of typing. If universities must pare down faculty,temporary and: ,first '
' Alligator Staff Writer research, ,and copyrightIng. Harrision said. year teachers would be the first to go Shrape said. Non-
"It was the mutual intent of the parties(Curtis and the Real tenured faculty would be hit next.
The state has no legal claim to the royalties from a textbook Estate Commission) that Dr. Curtis was to have both the HAVING TENURE would be no guarantee' against an ,
written by a UF professor Atty..General Robert Shevin said nan copyright and ,the royalties," Harrison said, quoting ,from early dismissal, however, although tenured faculty do have ,
opinion,i issued Monday.. Shevin's decision.
'priority. Criser said certain course programs might be
Dr. Clayton Curtis, author of "Real Estate for the New discontinued, and the faculty teaching them would either be
Practitioner,"has the sole legal claim to $112,000 in royalties McKay: has indicated'he may pursue the matter further :
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from the book written for the Florida Real Estate Com- 'despite Shevin's ruling. (See 'Terminations page nine .
mission. '

Attorney SEN. General BUDDY to McKAY determine D-GainesviUe if the book was, the requested property the of U Fathl departments refused : .

the state ,and if a suit should be brought to' secure, the
royalties.. .1
"There appears to be no viable grounds upon which the academic funds under rule
state reads.might claim the,copyright of this book," the decision : new '

According to Deputy Attorney General Baya ,Harrislon, By DEBBIE IBERT "Spectator sports must carry their own weight," Chancellor
Curtis was employed as a consultant to the Real ,Estate Alligator Staff Writer Robert Mautz said."We are in the business of education. not
Commission at the time he wrote the book, nowused'as: the entertainment." .
required text for the commission's first level salesman University athletic departments would be prohibited from THE PROPOSED RULE forbids universities from using
training course. receiving academic funds and using physical education
Although the commission asked him to write the book and faculty for coaches, under a rule proposed by the Board of
to design the course i in which it is used,.,Curtis wrote the text Regents Monday. (See 'Athletics' page nine)
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Health' study to' Include.all stale colleges' ANNOUNCING.

I DELIVERY SERVICE

UF infirmary. to be examinedBy i AM-II PM


DEBBIE IBERT ._ ,
ON ORDERS FOR$1.25&UP.UNLIMITID .
Alligator Staff Writer I .
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Student health services in all nine state universities can ., EmJI 1805SW13ST Iim
their in : ...extreme ... 377-0901 __.
expect a comprehensive on-going study of efficiency r,. 010,It--o
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the next. year. ,'. .. ,,'f1.. r""
The Interinstitutional Commission on Student Health variance in '
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composed of he student health directors from each university, '

has been reactivated to look into the level of health care individual -' .,..'.",., ". ,<;1.,, money"spent TOPS &ROTTOMSSALE
universities provide and how each spends student- ,.
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paid health fees."THERE'S .....iI..n......
AN EXTREME variance in the 'amount of ? SALE
money spent at various institutions for health care," said Jack Jack McGriff JJ
McGriff, chairman of the Board of Regents Health Affairs

Committee. .1 PANTS I
"This study is an effort to find out what care should be TOP .
provided and how to do it in the most economical way." ,& JEANSBUY
UFs infirmary currently operates full laboratory,-and explain some of the infirmary.* problems.Vice VALUES To $20
pharmacy facilities, in cooperation with the Shands Teaching Chancellor for Student Affairs Richard Hulet said the ONE PR.
Hospital. commission will meet in June to begin study of each NOW LOW AS GET ANOTHER FOR
THE INFIRMARY contains 14 beds for' its in-patient university's health service, evaluating each by American
services and employs nine full-time doctors and 27 nurses to College Health Association standards.An 00
handle both in-patient and out-patient needs. evalution to'"see if each school is meeting its (health)
Student health centers are independent auxiliaries-they I needs as best it can" will also show whether students are
do not receive money from the state. getting their money's worth for health services. McGriff said.
At UF.,the infirmary receives $590.000 from student activity ONE CONSIDERATION for more economic health care
and service fees,'allocated by student government. The could be an increase in contracting with community hospitalsfor
mandatory $10 health fee brings in about $700.000 and services some universities provide now.
charges for x-ray lab and pharmacy services amount, to "You've got to have good health care facilites..but should
400000. they be lavished with labs,clinics and beds or should they be
UF STUDENT HEALTH Director Dr. Richard Shaara ,primarily diagnostic?" McGriff asked.
said he is "tickled, silly we'll have access to the regents" to Finding out if services can be contracted at lower cost /'
.. with some community facilities is part of the study's goal to
"get quality service for the lest and. most efficient dollar," he
Traffic justices wantedThe added.

UTILIZING COMMUNITY resources is a matter of
UF student traffic court is accepting applications for "knowing what's going on ..and not duplicating" services, 3Ltiur'i i
associate Justices beginning this week. Shaara. contends.Should It jbop
Those interested can pick up applications in the traffic UF cut down on some of its infirmary services?
court office in the Jennings annex, east of the University "Speaking as an administrator,it would be nice if we didn't 1620 W.UNIVERSITY
Police Department between 8 and S. have to keep up an in-patient clinic"Shaara said. II
All applicants must be enrolled as students for the summer "But as a doctor I want that in-patient unit so when I get a OPEN 9-9 _
quarter. Applications must be retruned by May 16. kid that's' sick' I can put him in a bed and watch him."
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request from UF for extension of completion time ,on a she, said
planning research grant. The County Commission is currently accepting applicationsfor STUDENT COUNCILs t
Marni Moore, administrative assistant to the County citrens representatives from Alachua County to serve on r-.
Commission said the grant wai awarded to UF to consolidate the North Central Florida Regional Planning Board.
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Regional l Planning Board information. .' Four of the current five county commissioners will be PRESENTS:
MOORE SAID the analysis which is.being done with UF appointed to the_Regional Planning Board, in addition to the Jm J
computers,will be completed on time.The extension has been citizen. representative. *
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: The Regional Planning Board prepares statistical information DRACULA
Revised budget on various topics such: as road building and aC
establishment of schools. d' ',
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the original 1931
County Commission office on the fourth floor. .
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s The Student Senate will consider the revised 1975-76 UF' student robbedMore TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1975
Student Government budget at itsmeeting Tuesday night.
The proposed SG budget coven organizational allocationsfor than $1,000 in property was stolen from a UF 0 1 7:30 PMNORMAN i iH iSf
a projected 5517,372 to be received from student activityfees student's home over the weekend according to Gainesville
during the 197576 academic year. Police Department reports.
Originally scheduled) for presentation before last week's. Jean Morrissette 4ED, said an unknown person had
senate meeting the budget revision was not completed entered his southwest Gainesville'home between 7:30: p.m. '"
time: on May 8 and 6 p.m. on May 11, and removed stereo
> Due for final consideration is a constitutional amendment. HALL
equipment,a tool box with tools and a Browning 12-gauge
lowering the required percentage of voter turn-out in a automatic shotgun.The .
constitutional amendment referendum from 25 percent to 15 report said the thief entered the house by knocking AUDITORIUMEVERYONE

percent. out a,pane of glass in a door and reaching.through to-
Also scheduled for second reading is a special request from unlock it from the inside. WELCOME !
(the National Organization of Women for supplemental fundsto No suspects had been taken into,custody Monday af-
sponsor a speech by Village Voice writer and feminist Jill ternoon.
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pTAM By JUDY MOORE year.
Alligator Staff Writer The water rate problem' arose from a (1905 promise by the
city of Gainesville to supply UF with free water if the state
Gainesville city officials are"tentatively scheduled"to meet located the university in Gainesville.
BAR-B-QUE SPARE with the local legislative delegation tonight in Tallahassee in However during the 1950's.when the agreement became a
RIBS hopes of persuading them to increase UFs appropriation to burden to the residents of Gainesville, the Florida Supreme
CORN-ON-THE- pay their skyrocketing water bill. Court ruled Gainesville had to continue to honor the
HOT FRESH BREAD An appropriations bill scheduled to come before the senate obligation.TilE .
Wednesday would require UF to pay only 31'/i cents per STATE LEGISLATURE came to the city's rescue in
SALAD 1,000'gallons of water. 1970 by passing a law which requires the legislature to
MUG OF DRAFT BEER THIS RATE WAS based on the weighted average of water delegate funds to pay UFs water bill. '
rates paid by the other eight state universities. City commissioners have said if UF doesn't pay the total
UFs water rates were raised from 26 cents per 1,000 bill the city of Gainesville will have to make up the differenceat
gallons to 52 cents per 1.000 gallons March 31. the expense of the residents of Gainesville.
The rates will go up to 62'/i cents per 1,000 gallons March City Man:tger B. Harold Farmer said MayorCommissionerNeil
31, 1976 and to 75 cents per 1,000 gallons.the rate other Butler.City Attorney Osee Fagan and Utilities Director
$425MON. utilities customers are currently paying. March 31. 1977 Robert RoundtrFe will probably accompany him to
UF HAS REFUSED to pay the rate increase because they Tallahassee.
were authorized by the Board of Regents to pay no more than Farmer said President Marston who is in San Francisco
26 cents per 1,000 gallons of water during the current fiscal will try to meet them in Tallahassee.

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4' lOP M', '. Roily to spark student concern J


NEXTHOLIDAY TO ByBILLPAC budget cutbacks, a possible tuition hike and the mandatory
Alligator Staff WriterA summer term will affect students. Eaton said he will speak on
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DOWNTOWNT noon rally to arouse student interest in bills and TABLES WILL BE set up to solicit student signatures on
proposals that affect the quality of ,education at UF is petitions and aid students in writing to the legislature.
T scheduled Wednesday in the union colonnade. The petitions oppose the mandatory summer quarter and
John Baric Vice-President of the Committee for Quality support bills calling for student membership on the Board of
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R $ Education,a co-sponsor of the event,listed the speakers: Regents and requiring the legislature to approve any increasein
3723311I e Harold Hanson UF executive vice-president and Carl the tuition by the Regents.
iNES Sandeen vice-president for student affairs to speak on Stationery and postcards will be provided for students to
1' budget cutbacks. write to their state senators or representatives along with the
STEAk
e C.A. Vanderwerf, dean of the College of Arts and addresses of the legislators. Baric said posters will demon
I Sciences: ; John P.Jones dean of the College of Journalism; strate typical forms for the letters.
,house. Chris Gellinek,chairman of the Department Germanic and The Committee for Quality Education will also enlist
'.' Slavic, Languages; and Robert Sherman associate professorof student volunteers for summer task forces, for lobbying and
education to speak on how the cutbacks and related issues research Baric said.
will 'affect their college or department. Eaton said that he and Lobeck decided SG would co-
.- Jim ,Eaton' and Dan Lobeck student governmentpresident sponsor the rally after a meeting with Baric.
and vice-president, and Baric, will speak on,how SG executive funds will pay for stationery and. postcards.

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Bj MICHAEL MYERS questions students might have," Streit said.
Alligator Staff Writer Wednesday at 8 p.m. Stewart Udall,
secretary of the interior under former one week only
Various free activities including speeches, Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon B,
movies and displays highlight Earth Week '75 Johnson will speak on the topic "Energy
this week t>n the UF campus. Crises, Real or Imaginary" on the north lawn .
Sponsored by the Environmental Action of the union.UDALL'S.
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Group (EAG). Earth Week will run May 12- TALK is being co-sponsored by :
17 and will be wrapped up Saturday by a UC Council and there will be a reception ..
picnic between Mallory and Broward Halls following the speech in room 123 of the Union. $32IFOR
and an overnight hike from Hopkins Prairiein Another bus ride will be departing from the
Ocala to Juniper Springs, a distance of front of the union on Thursday. Beginning at
about nine miles.TUESDAY' 3 p.m., students will be taken to the '
AFTERNOON at 2:15 the university's "solar house" located behind
Mechanical Engineering Department's Steak and Shake on S.W. 13 St.
electric bus will transport students from the According to Streit.'the house is equippedwith MEDIUM SK TIRES F7H4 678 14.f 78.15 plus F.dwo EnclM', tai $2 47 to$2 62 and wtrwxtabte trad nSitvertown
union to UF's Coastal Engineering heat, hot water and air conditioning, all
Laboratory located on Depot Ave. through the use of solar energy. Belted Whitewalls
David Streit, 'director of EAG, said the Streit described Earth Week as an Ctoftoin Chotc tof Mary 75 Con HEAVY DUTY
laboratory contains equipment used in the "educational program designed to make SIMA7JO Sato tad** fEl BFG.SHOCKS
study of coastal waves and has a very large people aware of the current problems with the Pno Prtc*
"wave generation tank" which is used in environment, and to get them i interested in $25 $36 SO H77 ...
research of tidal B7S14C78M 27 38 50 202 $ ....w
waves. doing something about these problems.
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and the tours have been set up so students can showing of the movie "Silent Running" 12 4630 247 --
make the trip in less than an hour. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on the north lawn of the G7814H78W 32 35 472051O 264F7 262
ON WEDNESDAY north lawn of the union and a "camp-out orientation" !.O 32 4890 255
J.Wayne. Reitz Union will be the location of Thursday at 8 p.minroom 356 of the union G786N781S 34 5070 269
various displays including electric vehicles for the Hopkins Prairie hike.A J78tf 31 37 5240S3 70 292 JW BIGoodrichwetetheotterguys i r
and solar energy equipment."The "Plant Doctor" will be on the Plaza of 178.+s 39 56 M 321.
Solar Energy Department will have the Americas daily. He will be giving students
BUI u moJutm toann. (1IacInodI..oI le"
different solar motors and distillers operatingand advice and information concerning organic "4 Way Cham/Matter Charge,1a".Americcard,American fxpms,Revolving Charge
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I. UF prof given Sloan fellowship I T WtiTii'co.

605 N.W. 8th Ave PHO 378-2333

A UF assistant professor of neurosciencehas Dr. Dunn and Dr.Stephen C. Bondy.of the
been awarded a two-year research grantof University of Colorado Medical Center, are .. .
$17.300 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foun- co-authors of a recently published textbook,
dation of New York. "Functional Chemistry of the Brain" which
Dr. Adrian J. Dunn, of the UF College of incorporates knowledge from biochemistry, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE COUNCIL]
Medicine is'one of 10 other scientists the anatomy physiology, neurology and
nation to be awarded the Sloan fellowship for psychology. Dunn has studied brain andENVIRONMENTAL
his work in neuroscience the study of the chemistry for over five years.
brain and its relationship to learning,. and "We are trying to make chemistry more ACTION
.behavior. related to behaviorists and psychologists. It
The ten scientists can now pursue researchin used to be that chemistry was considered a GROUP
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any area they choose. foreign language by most doctors. We are '
"It's, really a recognition award and not for trying to incorporate it into psychology," C men!: "
any particular work. I am working on the Dunn said.
study of behavior and learning on the The award was given after the Sloan ten/art Udall I
molecular level by studying the chemical Foundation carefully screened over 600
reactions in the brain" Dunn said. nominations and narrowed the number to 86. _

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I INSIDE INFORMATIONEDITOR'S Real OrImaginary'


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( NOTE Inside health In- becomes so excessive that it is annoying to the i ?"
formation will be a bi-weekly feature In The patient.
Alligator, providing readers with What has actually happened to you when
authoritative Information Oft all aspects of you've been told you've sprained an ankle on, the
personal health and policies of the Student What should yon do? I
Health Service. Bring your questions to All,joints are supported by tough fibrous I
r Room 305 Reitz,Union or the lobby of the ,tissue called ligaments. Tearing of ligamentsis'called NORTH: LAW'WEDNBSDA.Y
Student Health Service. For' further Information a sprain, (tearing of muscle fibers is .
please. contact the Health called strain.)
Education Office at the Student Health In our population 'ankle injuries are .Y t
Service Room 237.) common 'and result from tearing the MA7
What the Student Health Service Advisory ligaments, most common the lateral, which
Board and who can belong supports the.ankle j joint. Treatment depends
The Advisory Board has, emerged as an upon the degree of the tear. a t q.&s
organization for consumer<< participation.Some If only a,few fibers are ,torn (mild) ace
of the functions of the Advisory Boardare bandage ice, and a few,days on crutches will ,
to improve communication between the suffice. If many fibers are torn (moderate)' B'PMMega
Student Health Service: and students.'evaluate longer immobilization (i.e.,cast)) is indicated. I '
,programs examine health education needs If the ligament is completely ruptured (severe) i
and review budgetary procedures. There is at surgical repair is needed. _
least one student representative from each Is It known whether psoriasis .Is Inherited?
college on campus. There is growing evidence that this skin
Any student who is interested may par- "'aliment may.be partly'cauTecT.by-Brf" inborn
ticipate. For further information' please susceptibility. This new 'data on genetic
contact the Health Education Office-Room disposition to the disease comes'from tissue-
237 Infirmary. ,typing studies.: '
When I'a; vaginal l discharge considered Studies also indicate that environmental
abnormal? influences.... perhaps humidity- also playa ( Ald Y Y Q

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abnormal when it causes itching; swelling psoriasis, but a breakout could occur. under
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,t;' (from page three) Bill Carr said. coach are all full-time faculty members: in the -physical
" ) Other state universities, however 'could find their athletic education department. Carr said. .
funds appropriated for educational purposes to subsidize activities: crippled by a lack.of funding-with no way to useacademic The instructors receive a 'teaching salary from the
:their intercollegiate athletic departments. '>' funding under the proposed rule. education and general budget plus a supplement/ for
While UF would not be 'affected: 'by a' ban on using At UF athletic: money,comes from either student:activity coaching from the Athletic;Association, he added., |;f\
academic, funds for athletics there are some UF physical and service'-,fees,, alumni 'contributions or revenue 'from ON THE OTIIER hand, Carr pointed out the associationpays
education: : faculty: who serve as coaches for the Athletic football basketball games. ", some coaches who happen to teach physical education

Association. The'only state, money, Carr said amounts to about courses.
Regent Chester Ferguson said at the last regents meeting $250,000 yeat from race track receipts Paramutual tracks Head Coach .Doug Dickey teaches a class"on coaching
that state tax money,should not be used to support athletic stay open an,extra day to provide state universities with. an football. and assistant coach Jack.Hall'has a '"fundamental
activities. :The rule would insure that' funds appropriated by' extra sourceof ,income for athletics. he explained. football" class. "
the legislature for education and non-athletic_ auxiliaries WHILE A PROHIBITION against using academic: funds UF Vice President''' for Academic Affairs' Robert Bryan
could not be used to finance athletics. for' athletics would not bother UFk, a rule against using, agreed that a "trade-off 'exists, .between, the, .Athletic,
UFY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, does. not, receive phYsical.education faculty as co ches': would. Association 'and the general,education functions. ..
educational funds or, any other state money.Asst., Director Two coaches,: in'tennis, one in swimming and one wrestling THE ASSOCIATION compensates for the coaches by?
contributing money-,to'instructional: program in the Jor.m.of.
Term/nof/ons/ / $35,000 n"non.athletlc'.S stholarshipSr. Bryan said,' ? .-
Mautz said there i would, be. o' problem' .with 'using
physical education faculty: coach,as long as the associationpays
(from page three Presentation and discussion on the proposal will be,takenup a fraction of the teaching salary equal to a percentage of
relocated within the university system.'or lose their jobs- by the Council of Academic'Vice Presidents on May 22 'the instructor's time, spent coaching.: which is what. UFs
regardless of, tenure status. the Faculty-.Senate Councilon, May 23 and the Councilof Athletic ''ASociation"doesriow, ,;
.The proposed rule'would also include: an addition to' the University Presidents on'May 27. "The intent of the rule," he added,''is to see that athletic.people .
faculty grievance procedure that early terminations during A public:hearing on the rule is set for June I I.the day before pay for the services they receive(and not the education. .
financial 1 emergency could be appealed. the'regents' next' meeting in.Fort ,Lauderdale.: budget)." Y

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southwest section of town so she can keep'the, decision has been drawn up by the people at "Any hope that we have is that some higher
school in the same general 'area*,but reports, ihe, school, and most of the parents have ups who: ,have some influence: might,:decide:
iope'with: the extra students. He added "any she has had no luck so far., already signed it. I that the) school is',worth.,keeping. .where.H:is.
additional space" was being sought to handle "I FOUND ONE PLACEbut it'didn't have But Keeney admits she is not too hopeful. 'she said.
the housing crunch and using the School the right zoning. At'anoth r.place; the rent "Hennessey is.a cold fish. He said he has "It.s been here for 24 years. I would hate to"
facility vas one choice. was i just too high" she.explained.' made, up ,his mind and! doesn't i intend to' ,see it go: npWv"'Keeney"' <*ai id". ,-'/- r\\>.
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WHEN. MOLLIE KEENEY, the play 'common course numbering/would also allow specific -recommendations. ; 'have come, .. .up.
school director received the termination, ( one} the state to charge'' different Juitions fordifferent "Common' -course .!numbering would'

notice'she offered to- pay a higher rent than I "WE WANT TO MAKE;'sure the same levels and disciplines) according. ,to provide the information that .it:could: ; be.'
the J50 per month she now pays. course costs the state the same no matter what the costs'of'each. :done,properly., There: is'no way to know
But she ..was told by Hennessey :that the school it is being taughf at,"' Corley ex ,CORLEY SAID possibility of charging ti
varying tuitions according to discipline has if that is what they had iiit mind when;they
'decision: was final; and they had to find a new plained. "
place'for the school. Identifying the cost of a course through been, discussed by the legislature, but no passed'the numbering change, Corley:said.RALLY .

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violations. Therefore Turk'said, the state fire architectural and engineering frim in 1971.to Turk said the temporary buildings could be
slightly more than $2 million has been ap- marshalls have not made a comprehensive review the fire marshall's report and'compllean considered safer than the report reflected if
propriated for corrections of fire code inspection since 1969. estimate of the cost, ,of correcting the they were j judged by standards for office
violations in campus buildings. Turk said the marshalls have been on deficiencies in fire safety standards.The buildings, rather than classroom occupancy.UF .
WEBB SAID THERE is a group of 47 campus periodically for partial inspections of report,by Briel,. Rhame,:Poynter and dormitories were criticized by the firemarshall's i
buildings which funding could not be ob- the campus. Houser i indicated repairing or renovating !alll report for the lack of smoke and
lained for. however. Among these buildingsare THE MOST PREVELANT problem found campus buifdings( where fire hazards existed, fire detection devices in the air conditioned
the newer structures on campus includingthe during the inspection by the fire marshall was would cost$2.9 million based on December buildings and for low water pressure in fire
music building none of which suffer the absence of smoke detectors and smoke 1970 construction costs.CONSTRUCTION hoses in a number of buildings. \
major code deficiencies.Tom dampers in air conditioning systems on COSTS have risen since TURK SAID THE problem with the hoses
Turk of UF's Department of Oc- campus. Turk said these items "are in the then, by approximately ten percent per year, has been corrected and the smoke detectors
cupational Health and Safety is now process of being installed. according to Turk. are being installed.Buildings 1
While the architect's report grouped the in the Murphree area were '
buildings according ,to, their Use-, criticized by the architects because the exits
Educational and, General. (E&G), IFAS.;, opened into,the building instead of in the
Institute'of Food,and Agriculture Sciences theJ. direction of the exit, and therefore could be r
Hillis Miller Health Center and,Housing-r- blocked by students charging for the exits in '
fund allocations have, been grouped ,dif the event of fire. An inspection of the area by
ferently. Webb said. The Alligator,showed this'has been corrected.
"Package A" ,includes all health center The architects also recommended replacing
buildings;'"package B" includes 20 buildings the'fire exits in Murphree area dorms. The :,
1 1t in E & G and IFAS in which the'"amount Of exits consist of metal ladders from the "
fire code directive was very slight,",according bathroom windows of each floor of the ,

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"PACKAGE C" includes nine buildings in

the same two areas which required ,only R 1r >f"'my
smoke detection: devices and "package D" is
"a whole serieS of buidlings which' we could,
\ not get 'money' tor," Webb :said.. 4
Packages: A ,and B are' being contracted WY M
I jointly according to ,Webb at a cost of SI.5
million;: Package C is costing the state's 1
taxpayers $U 1.707., w 't 1t
The architectural and engineering report
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l originally ,constructed, for militaryuse.
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". with recommended changes thebuildingwill
f14 only,serve'as an interim measure and ,will
meet only the barest of.'code requirements."
Likewise.Grove Hall,'near the Architecture
and Fine'Arts Building was described as "very
hazardous condition and should be

replaced;" ,
The report cited several conditions,in'Grove < Y.1rx
as dangerous, including an open, stairwell that
would act' with a "flue effect" in the event of a 1. ,i, 3Lx nh
a
fire, sweeping flames, to the ,higher floors,
exposed and. overloaded wiring and'broken --,. .... '" "" > --
wall areas'patched with plyWood; '
THE tOP FLOOR of Grove has since been NEIL WEBB ,
sealed,off. In addition Grove is'one' 'of the few Instructed to protect life first, property second
buildings on campus equipped with an
automatic, sprinkler system. '
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professor of building construction, the \
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'" ,t, II.: ."'t. sprinkler system Is one of,the most effective
devices available.
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i ./ These buildings have not been renovateddue krt "
to plans to abandon and demolish them
Webb said.TURK .
'; AND WEBB said Grove Hall

,I, would be torn down, within the year to be
replaced by general purpose classroom I
building "B" to be built on the same site.
At DeC.. 1970 costs repair work on t
building "K" would have cost $38.250.
Webb said renovation of Grove and Grove
Hall annex would cost in excess, of $200.000'

4j_ _______ .J ft TURK, SAID THAT buildings "I"} and
"K" would<< also be removed in the near :

future.Building "E" is not scheduled for t f 3
!
i : 12irrd I( demolition for some time, however, because it 4V f
is needed'as "staging.area" Webb said to
1Ir
; house ,offices I in the process of being moved
from one ,building to, another..
Teniporary bu.tf.ng. '"R", located near the' ),'ii-.IJ'
) Women',Gym \ .uld have cost more than a :.
half million dollars to repair 'in 1970 ac.cording ,w.T_e __' __ ..-._.
to the report.

TURK, SAID, BUILDING "R" was par DR. RICHARD, SHAARA
Hally demolished but is now being used for .,, problem) at Infirmary have been repair

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in past three yearsBy


;, 1'I' it was the only major lire reported.

Alligator Staff Writer SHULER SAID there has not

been a major fire on campus
UP has had only three ,major during 1975 even though 25 tires
igl'f .fJ+J+ tires in the last three
( h years aCcording 'were reported on campus by April
to Jim Shuler, .
University bhuler said 2$ false alarms havc'been
Police Department (UPD) information
1l officer. reported during 1975.
compared to 202 in 1974, and 172
The most recent of the tires, a *
in 1973.
blaze which caused $6,000 damagein
Hume Hall was Dec. 12, 1974., He added that a majority of the
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t fire in the kitchen of the Theta Chi malfunctioning alarm systems
1971 fraternity house. Mar. 4, 1974 rather than intentional. false

were, the only fires classified as reporting.
t nderson Hall fireIn "major" by UPD during the year. Shuler said the most common

,.. A total of 89 fires were reported tire problem of the 29 tires ..If.
.:. ; ;;, UPD during 1974. reported this is trash tires.
1971 fire swept through the top floor off 10 year
The third major fire caused Eleven tires occurred in ,trash
f nderson Hall. A fireman battles clouds of ,"" 'i" more .than $6,000 damage to a chutes, 10 of which were in dorms,
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; oke (right); fire burnt through roof of building t t r Fletcher dorm room on Nov 2. in addition to one 'tire in a

bove). The floor is Currently: being usedr 1973. Of 77 tires during that year. dumpster and one in,a trash can.

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r"\; Rj CODE 'CORRECTIVE:: (WOfJK:-

buildings. tirmarary. said all problem areas that have ,, '
BENJAMIN BENNETT, housing been identitifed at the infirmary have been liJ ,:, ',' ,:', ;. : 'UNIVERSITY ; (OFFfORIDA'vvJSTATE.OF.FLORIDA: %! ,
i superintendent of maintainaince, said the fire repaired. :; ;: ;" ;... .' 'T ; :,
; escapes have not been replaced yet. as a SHAARA SAID breaking glass in the :' ,;'}1 ; \ \.": j ; .. :;!f.'f r.tr' i;
substitute solution' to their present infirmary's could present a problem in the .',j' ,STATE: .PROJECT CONSTRUCTED" NO. QR-7002-9029-909. ,-hf ;;?(:f ", A
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inadequacy is being explored. event of a tire, but said that even the state .. : OF, GENERAL, :SERVICES. ,::';:; }
Bennett said,the possibility of installing inspector was impressed with'the organizationof h,: DEPARTMENTAE QD. ASKEW J; ,.'
automatic sprinkler Systems'in the Murphree glass storage there.In :' ,' t'I, ''' ,OOVCR..OA'. .' I i, ,'.''

t buildings is being discussed and that such a addition, the infirmary is required by the a', = > .I .*DOROTHY BSCaeTABY GLISSON Of sy1s THOMAS IX' O'M TaLASURCR ALLEY. '
:: measure may preclude the need for upgradingthe tire marshall's office to hold quarterly fire (;>.tf"ROBEAT'SHEVIN; 1 RALPH:D/TURUNGTON ',,:
secondary escape routes. drills. ,,' -N9,ATtCMNKV OENERAU GPMMtSStONtft a OP EDUCATION' :z..iF +
: Webb said about $100,000 has been Shaara said the state hospital licensing h; .b: ;+ ,FRED a DICKINSON Jr. "COMM'SlQlliIQOPAGAt'DOYLI. CONNER uk. ",. '. \I,}a
prAOl..t.u' ti1 f
. I allocated for renovations in 'the 1959 bond board "is happier if we hold them every + ;; JACK tX KANE : 'i/JI"t ". .
,; issue dorms (mainly on east campus) and a month. ,f 'tXICUTIVI: ,WMCTOft ,:'i'"" ". f

: $223,000 grant. is being sought for the 1948 HE ADDED that the drill schedule may I '
i issue dorms (Murphree area).. have been thrown off in recent months due to t :' BRIELRMAMEPBYNTERLHOUSER; 'DRAKE, COKTRACTINGf 4INC/:1; :

: TURK SAID current fire safety work in all the installation of a smoke and fire sensitive ,, :; ?: 1ARCHiTECT"p' ; '' ,CONTRACTOR] kyl

. dormitory areas is complete and his office will alarm system. ;:1..688O: LAKE ELLENOR :'. ::\>" :::PLO.BOx'6O9SUITE
, conduct a fire inspection .of the dorms "in a One classroom building has had tire code ; ,4 ;. IOO.ORLANDO.FLA."r. : OCALA, | FLAt J:
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matter of days".1Smoke deficiencies corrected by having the entire tr tx l '
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Detection devices were the only interior gutted and rebuilt, and 'another 4 Y k' :i4 :::::: ; ;

;,, deficiencies found in the following buildings: building is currently undergoing a major CORRECTING FIRE CODE VIOLATIONS
Grinter FLorida Music interior overhaul.
Gym. Tigert
..' .sign at construction site near commuter parking lot
t Centrex, Stadium, Museum, Metallurgy Walker Hall, which was once plagued by
f Engineering, J.Wayne Reitz Union; Nuclear open stairwell's and dead end hallways was
I Research, Library West; Engineering Life completely remodeled last year. An inspectionof .
,
abondoned with the construction of THE PURPOSE OF the blow-out window \
general
Science showed these
Spessard L Holland Law Canter the building by The Alligator
r classroom building "A". Webb said is to prevent trom building inside
purpose pressure up
Beatty Towers, and the' Physical Plant problems to be corrected.
office.In LEIGH HALL, which is now being renovation of the building would have cost! the building, resulting in a second explosion.In .
with fire nearly a half million dollars more than addition, Syfrett said the entire building
addition to other deficiencies, smoke renovated, will soon be equipped
o replacing it. needs more small fire extinguishers, many of
detection devices were needed in the following doors at each landing' in the stairwell, to
hazard. He said an additional floor was added to which have been lost due to theft.
buildings: Broward. North South an stairwell
Tolbert ,
remove open the lor the classroom of the
plans new building The Alligator's inspection building
Hall will be
Weaver, Hume, Trusler Simpson Graham. Webb and Turk said Anderson
---- when the cost difference was discovered. showed other aspects of he storeroom to be in
East, Jennings Infirmary Architecture and THE TOP FLOOR of Anderson burned in good order. Drums of flammable chemicals
Fine' Arts z
,
Chemical Research Lab 1971 and is now being used tor storage. are stored on metal racks, and grounded to
Mechanical Engineering Bryan Hub I "When (UF President Steven) O'Connell' prevent the buildup of static electricity.

Bryant, Williamson Norman, Acts and was here, we were instructed to program the ALSO, THE ROOM is equipped withcircuit
Mehroff Sciences Medical Science McCarty. and the campus fire code to protect lite first and breakers that shut down all electrical

building. property second. in accordance with the (functions in the room as the temperature
THE REPORTS BY the fire marshall and aims of the "Lite Safety Code" Webb said. reaches I SO degrees. At this point the room is
the 'architect cited fire, alarm systems as a In the Chemical Research' building, the automatically tilled with CO-2.
problem area. In' many instances building .r reports stated the door to the volatile and Library East was cited in the architect's'
alarm systems could not be heard throughoutthe explosive chemical area might not withstand report tor its lack of secondary exits to be
building and did not alert either the the torce.of an explosion. used in the event of tire. Included in packageB
University! Police Department (UPD) or, the E.H.SYFRETT supervisor of the chemical construction is the addition of an external
Gainesville Fire Department. r storeroom said the door is made of steel witha lire excape tower, now nearing completion.
All fire alarms are now.connected to UPD. core of asbestos. Syfrett said the state tire The architect's report said the Hub is in
A display board in the UPD dispatch room marshall's objection to the door is. that it need of an automatic sprinkler system due to
lights up when an alarm circuit is broken, could possibly rock open under explosion ,the large floor space of the building. Sam P.
giving' the location of the building where the c s"Lk" conditions.He Getzen.director of the Hub said there are no

alarm was pulled. said a system of three latches has been plans for? the installation of such a system,. nor
Turk
said' a new system will soon be installed proposed for the door but said a person have there ever been.
which will not only notify UPD of the inside the room in an 'emergency situation Webb said the sprinkler 'system cannot be
gilding, but will pinpoint the fire t& a certain could have difficulty releasing all three 'latches funded through Operating 'Capital' Outlay
?r or area of the building.. at once. Therefore the door has not yet funds because the Hub is part of UF's
last A SORE SPOT In UF f fire safety during the been installed. auxilary services.. He said funding for the

I Several several years has 'been the infirmary.. In addition to the door,_window is being system wduld have to be supplied by the Hub.,
in-patient beds have been removed to .. installed which will blow out in the event of an "They may be behind the eight ball if the
,the meet overcrowding deficiencies reported in explosion. Syfrett said a mesh screen will be system has not been installed," Webb said.
i on the past, and new floor space is being added TOM TURK placed over the window to protect passersbyfrom He added that he would seek compliance with

J Dr. west side of the building as,well. dorm fire safety work is complete flying glass. ihe'architects report in regard to the system.,
Richard Shaara, director of the in-

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More equal;



"/animals are equal, but, "some,.animals are ,
more equal than others. from "Animal Farm" by

George Orwell

Equal pay for equal work is a surprisingly new

concept at UF.Female faculty,salaries] here average ,

SI,1891ess than}..their male,couterparts.
But ',when .women{ try to 'equalize such

discrepancies, they often run into :incredibly

chauvinistic obstacles.As ..
freshman 'Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne,

said, nq one in. the legislature says he is for ,
discrimination but things slow down when the

time comes to put their money where their,mouthis.

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In other words,,the flood of interest'has becomea
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trickle. 'l" .
Nevertheless, Martin is making a_ valiant attempt *

at ending the blatant. :sexism evident in "

faculty salaries.

Martin is co-sponsor of HB 1104, ,which would
.direct the state Department of Education, Divisionof : :.

Universities',, to .eradicate discrimination on the misdirected: ..
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debate ,t.
basis of''sex in faculty salaries.; Marijuana: : .. .
The appropriation of $970,387would: accomplish :

this goal'by giving salary.increases one- "
'year. retroactively) *:, Sept. 15,. 1975.. This years Florida'Legislature is taking somewhat more citizens capable of self-support., .of bearing ,arms and"',of:. .
The entire State University System ..would be serious look than usual at the penalties for. the "crime" 'of adding to the.resources,df the country/: : :.

'affected ,by the..bill,,UF women' faculty would get marijuana' ession. There'you'have ill) ,
The vehicle for the examination is HB 1249, introduced by IF YOU SMOKE POT, you might kill too many of those,"
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the lion's share. Martin estimated that'as.much as Rep. George Sheldon;D-Tampa.. 'This bill if passed would .brain,cells. You might'not be smart enough to kill a commieor
80 per cent of !the, allocation'V9uld.. go to UF make the;,possession? .of marijuana JuP( to'one, ounce) a'. an Arab or whoever it is that you're supposed to kill. .. '
women faculty, because: UF is ,the oldest school in misdemeanor. It is' now'a felony. Or ybu might lose your motivation. And.then ')'ou. won't. ,
the state system, and has more ,women. THIS DEBATE is'a little hard to get Into from my per. make very much,.money.' That, would ,mean less in tax
Thus, discrimination is felt most heavily on this spective. 1 believe that the government should have nothing revenues for your beloved government.r .-
whatever to do with the regulation of any drug. In fact, the
campus.If only sane argument I can imagine against the legalization
Martin's bill passes women's salaries could marijuana is that the Food and Drug Administration. would r DONERLY
never fall back to the present levels as the increased then get into the act. BRIAN
amount would stand as the women's salary ,As you might expect this is not the point of#..view of.the. ,
level. National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws L OPINIONSo J
(NORML) the main source of HB 1249's support. NORML
But Martin the attitude' of .
says legislators
as its name implies"is essentially 'a 'reformist organization.
toward higher education is "real bad," and he For this"reason, the battle tends to be fought on pragmatic the task for the reformer is to ,convince the state that
adds the proposed bill is "not going to,be easy to grounds. The main point at issue is generally whether pot marijuana isn't as' bad as all that. The 'government has to
pass." does any great damage"to the human body; believe that potheads can still shoot people and that they will
, With the negative ,atmosphere surrounding the THE REFORMERS' will lead off with various findings of still 'earn enough money to support the government in the
,the National Institute of Mental. Health debunking chargesthat style to which it. has become accustomed.
it will indeed be'difficult
to
legislature now,
passan marijuana causes birth defects or leads to stronger drug PERHAPS THIS IS the best strategy for the short" run. '
,allocation of nearly a .million' dollars for Nevertheless it is not one that I'd be comfortable with., .
anything as progressive as equality.. After all, use.Defenders of the status quo will counter with reports that I'd much rather see the battle waged over the assumptionthat
remember what* the Senate, including our own excessive. pot use causes breast enlargement in males. And so the state has the right to run your life. It would,.be far
Kenneth (Buddy) MacKay and Bob Saunders, did on. more satisfying to argue for the legalization of, pot (or
the Amendment. .It.s easy to see the assumptions underlying this argument. anything else) simply on the basis of your right to run your
to Equal Rights Obivously,neither side is challenging the idea that the state own.life, '
If the measure is not passed, the old 'system of has the right, or perhaps the duty,to make sure that you don't However, it seems certain that this skirmish is to be foughton
salary determination, will have to be used. It includes damage yourself. the usual terms. And it must be admitted that HB 1249 is
two methods in particular.. WHY DOES THE state take this seemingly benevolent a very nice piece of nnky-dmk reformism. Any change in the
Counterparting involves a woman selecting a position? The Florida 'Supreme Court gave a. particularly law that is going to keep innocent people out of Raiford is
bald answer to that question in, a. 1969 case upholding the, worth some effort.
in', her she feels is
man own department ; an ,
current marijuana law. SO EVEN IF I
might not agree with NORML on the larger
"academic equal" terms of degree experience, The opinion quoted another case,which,said that:"it is to issues I have to admit that they're doing a 'good thing with
teaching,.duties and publication record. ,the interest:,of the 'state to' have strong, robust healthy ,HB.'J 1249. I I,wish them luck., -', ,
Former Interim AlTirmathe ;Action, coordinator t.,
'Dr. Dorothy'Nevill'criticized that' ;;method because 'I loft Cunnm' ham David Klein ,'r ; ,

i '"a: lot. of"',the. burden ,still falls onwomen, to ,par.'tlClpate The Independent.: ', ';''c'' I.' '-_' i t; : I

The second. : plan. =involves: addh""gdollar'amounts: i;. Florida.! : 'Allig': atorul : .:,; .. ... +..... '.. PfIOtoEdlto'Moran.,. ". '"' DDn 1oyGuldItor." >- \\.: :,:
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mittee on,the Status of Women*.recommended the : '.. .. I '.
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second method,.'but',the Martin,bill 'would speed . . ': :-
R.A"Tony'tencblor. ; .1'r: ,r .;s 1: .. ....:.....h.'tt'H'. Gen.t IMonoge, .
'the pace of the':march for" equality:immensely. JamesVCook . I. ,. .... ,. ?. .;.?..;' '..;. .......... .Aullfont General Monoger '. (
The legislation must pass' if 'women are to Mrs:Ev.lyn..t . . .... .'4;,....,.. ..i.!... ..... .,.,....Admlnl.trvtlveAeilatont Pvtllithed tI y '
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achieve equalization of salaries: The, Martin bill is C. !Ror$hipp . to. .. q. .:. :. ... .. .. .t.. ... ,.' ... ..6ustn.ss! Mono r
now in two House committees-the Education. and Tom MocNoaro! .'. . . .- .,. . ,! '. ,'j . .Accountant ',0. 10. 13266 U"I..ifJ
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Lubrono . . X' '-t,.1 u t. . '.' "... .. ,Adv.rtllI"g Coordinator o//ices tlehiftCI the c.1t.elM.Donna .
Rep. Bill Andrews. D-Gainesville. is a member Ac.Y Horp." w. ... ... .'. .'. 'Sp.cIalS.cttonsCoordinobr! 1721 West Univ.,,itlt iwen,,..
both committees. We him to guide the bill Lynda Hom .' :, .:.. ... .?,.. ,. .. . . AdY.rtllI", Production usinss0liKe phone': 37"
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through: each, and end the society of "more Jim EiPo.Jto : , . .I. . ...: .: . , .Editorial Production Adlll.'tiI"/ end prodvctin .
equals. GI. da Martin.,, ,:. . : . . . . . t ,Circulation'Clalll'led' Monoger O.portnlerlts: 37"4&12.
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Heckler repliesEDITOR


This is a reply to the letter in The Alligator of 6;
May headed: "Hecklers Ruining Speeches". I was one of the
"hecklers" present at the Mailer talk (and later reception in
J.WR.U.) and thought he was one of Accent's best efforts. I
have to agree with Bill Flora on the subject of'the "idiots"
present at the Ginsberg-Snyder program (they did disrupt the
reading of poetry) but must take exception to'his view.. of
Mailer's talk. -
/ \ The two are very different. In the second presentation, we
were given a man who is world-reknown for his wit, candor
and snappy comeback To forego a smart ass remark or
question in his presence would have been an affront to his
reputation. '

1 IMPORTS I MIGHT ADD that, while he did respond to my two
questions, winning the crowd's roar of approval, he didn't
really answer either or them.
The first concerned his political endorsement of Jacob Javits
over Ramsey Clark. _
He hemmed, hawed and finally said that he didn't feel a
need to apologize., In the second question, the tone of whichwas
decided by his evasion of the first I asked if it were true
that'he once tried to get William F. Buckley, deported so that
he(Mailer)could be the biggest asshole in the country.
THIS TIME,the celebrated Mailer rejoinder came throughin
his offer to put Buckley aside and have a run-otT\Vith me ..
tor the title right there at Graham Pond._
VICE & DISSENT Both the talk and the reception were outstanding and, tome
his fee was money well spent.,Considering the fact that
Nelson Algren and Frank Mankiewicz were paid $10,000 and
$13,000, respectively, for their courses, Mailer was cheap at a
ke action to prot freedom figure of$2,500.1 hope Accent will continue to provide U F
with speakers and professors: of such a high calibre (hold the
Zieglers).
)ITORi Last Friday an off-campus co-worker of mine (arming village my paratroop infantry squad was assigned to
ned to read Robert George's letter to the editor in the assist in Binh Dinh Province. Now I fear my Vietnamese ;-, Mike Wiley
j 9th issue of the Alligator. His first comment was "How friends are dead or worse "liberated."
hey allow something like that to get published?" For my fellow countrymen I have this thought: Having not
ly answer was that freedom of speech and the press are once but twice (remember Cambodia?) traded other people's
anteed by the First ,Amendment to the Constitution. freedom for"peace with honor", where will YOU run to when 'Godspell'cast'
Ides, free speech is useful, it serves to help thoughtful the American NLF arrives on the scene? Robert George, the
ens sort out and identify the knotheads whom we can real revolutionaries are coming, don't count on being spared.
ate,and the really dangerous types, whom we must watch The real danger for America is that defeat in SoutheastAsia victimizedEDITOR
I guard against if democracy is to survive in this country. doesn't hurt enough. We will have other tests to our not
[ORTUNATELY GEORGE seems to fall into the former freedoms in the days to come,tests we dare not fail and you
gory, because if he really believed the gaseous vaporings will believe it is okay to lose'after all, it didn't hurt to be
defeated in Vietnam.IF :, I don't un in 90 minutes, tell the entire
pouted. he wouldn't be talking revolution, he would be -
I practicing what he preaches. I ACCUSE George of being a parlor pink I must be derstand. Michael Skinner gospel.
nappen to like ".. .the system which ex- prepared to answer the question, "what am I doing about (feels that the cast of The point of this play is to
ts. .(me). .at home to" and will definitely. .learn America?" "Godspell" are victims of the show some of the Christian
i the courageous example set by the people of Vietnam. The answer is this: Staying informed, letting my script. If the actors felt history and what Christianity
ially the lOO.OOO-plus Vietnamese who refuse to live congressman and fellow citizens know how I feel on the issues, victimized in the least bit, I really is.
per Communism and risked their lives to see their children voting offering support to the Vietnamese refugees and don't think they would have Yes Christ 'did say that
ed in freedom. finally, returning to service as a commissioned officer where performed May 4. anyone who make a show of
ly heart goes; out to those thousands more left behind on my Vietnam experiences can be used in defense .of my The so-called "device" that his religion shall not enter the
j beaches of Vung Tua or cut adrift in small boats unable country., the New York Touring Kingdom of Heaven."Godspell" .
[reach their kin on overcrowded evacuation ships.Y The governing system in this country isn't perfect but the Company used did not did not make a
SORROW IS personal and has faces. I lived,worked system does work if you want to make it work. If you are confuse me at all. In fact the show'of anyone's religion.
I fought beside many good Vietnamese friends in the little unhappy with the system and haven't the gumption to work gags and stage cliches helped THEY MERELY tried to
for peaceful change,you are free to journey to Hanoi in searchof make the points of the play "express" their religion so
easier and could understand what .
better come across much people
a system. ..
letter the Communist clearer. it is all about. And obviously,
electricbuses But don't try to get your attacking '
Try system published in the "People's Daily." On the other hand "GODSPELL" IS not you don't know what anythingis '
maybe the world would be a better place if you, tried it. based on a dumb idea either.I about.
Thomas E. ,Mulkey I would like to see you get. Frank Zigo
4ED 200-300 people together and I IUCEMERGENCY
at UF

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| EDITOR Gas is short because electric buses are
J1 supply. getting shorter not in use then they must
Ixpensive, and polluting. be inefficient.
VF is testing electricity as' There are too manyn
automobile fuel and the incidents where the more
Iresent busing system on inefficient method is used
ampus and in town uses instead of the more efficient. =
asoline. Those buses in use
It is feasible' to use now on campus and i in
llectric buses for traittown smell and pollute. If
yUy
porting students ,around something can be done /(
ampus? about 1tI I would like to see
I AM OF the opinion some movement.
hat it is. but would like to
[ear'Some response.. I am Jeff Anderson
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I Corea emphasizes communication


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by Glenn Abel


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Larry Grossman"In x
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lw' SCHICK my music I don't express anything else
but my music. And with my music there is
z one very simple intention,which is to have fun
with people-it's not anything more complexthan
that."
TO'even the most casual jazz buff Chick Z xF
Corea needs no introduction. Working under
the auspices of Miles Davis Herbie Mann,
Stan Getz and others he quickly became a
major force in today's jazz scene. Along with
i ........' Return To Forever's recorded legacy he has
.# also 'released two volumes of solo im-
provisations for the piano a collaboration
.. between himself and vibe man Gary Burton..the (
list goes on and on.
COREA Having agreed to talk before his festival
appearance Corea seemed delighted with
..Remember; thoughmy Gainesville. "We all have the intention to hit

music is not an area, to produce as beautifully as &. -oq R
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possible..to communicate as much as we
s.pirituality.not can:' STANLEY CLARK I

consciousness Hearing the reception given Coryell he ,black funk with sassy grin and amazing abilityit
grinned in anticipation. "I love the
...music is music." phenomena that's happening now with theaudiences.
What's happening is that the because there's other people there. You do really bypass the usual way of feeling another
audiences are becoming more truthful. not it for and with other people. That's what we spirit you get more of the essence of the
so hysterical. It's just,hello there, we're goingto do, that's the difference in the approaches." person coming through to you and you get
,.___-t'" play you some music, it's no"big thing. If, "Right now I see us as the major innovators the feeling of him, 'and if that individual is
we play something that's really great they'll in'our form of music. It isn't so much in the doing something, highly developed you get
really respond, if we do something thats so-so, technique of the music our main intention is that, you get his intentions you feel why he's
they don't. They respond in truth..' not how to evolve musical forms, although we doing that too.."
Why is Return To Forever attracting such a do it at any rate.. .we'just write our music Corea's personal philosophy lies in
wide audience while artists like Miles Davis and it just comes out'like it does. The main Scientology a rather complex and con-
remain more distant less accessable? "I just sort of evolutionary transition that we're triversial science of behavioralism., developedby
F think that we communicate better, and it's' looking to do is with people, with their L Ron Hubbard "I find it really indispensable -
only because we intend to. There's differentsort abilities and their perceptions, as far as to everything 1 do in my life, ..as
of intentions there. Miles as an in- audiences go. That I feel] is innovative as far far as the group and music goes h has helped
dividual and as an artist has a very deep placein as the band goes. It is a musical effort that's enormously. I've been doing research in the
a ,. my heart I really love him. But 1 don't being very successful tending toward a placeof last, ten years, having a lot of experiences.
think the creation of his art form has ever put no compromise of asethetic realities especially since I've been studying Hubbard's
2 direct emphasis on communication. I think combined with this. success in com works'and applying it to myself, to the recent
r' he's more involved in the sound and feeling to munication." trends in religious spiritual and philosophical
a himself which is the way a lot of musicans And how is communication within the movements of the young people on the planet
approach the art. I I. myself find that con- group? "I think it's great, but my ideals are especially in America."
fining, it leads to a dead end. It's a limited very, very high so 1 can see a rot of room for' "Remember though, my music is not
,.. thing, like saying,'music is the reason why 1 improvement. I'm happy that ,we're improving spirituality it is not consciousness. .Music is
play music'. When you do something you do that we get better. "Jn music you can music. Corea adds. Amen.



I I Jazz Festival was musical coup I




First Annual Spring Jazz Festival coup of the year,The First Annual I Spring
T by Glenn] Abel Jazz Festival, featuring Return To Forever py'
Crystalline. and the legendary Larry Coryell with his
The man with the Delacroix smile sat Eleventh House. A
behind his small fortress of electronic
The music. was 'presented as it was
keyboards. Chick Corea. Notes cascade meant to be. Free. Audiences and performers
flowed, from his fingers,through the walls alike danced, sang, loved to this
of amplification straight (into our: emerging art form to this new jazz. tA '4 ) 'I
heads. Expression. Cotiimunication., Jazz. 1&d 3.is.c. :
The festival began at three with Strive a rw iA.M'.v ma; M 1 .k
Stanley Clark-black-funk with a'sassy _
progressive rock-jazz from Miami
He danced of the group
grin. every step way
putting on a credible show.
fingers flying the fretboard of his custom
Alembic bass every lick encouraging the Coryell, guitarist extraordinaire, took
other three musicans onward. Howls of the stage to a welcome ovation, looking a r-
4 T appreciation. Expression. Com- bit cryptic behind his rose-colored glasses.
=s duw.rnv.. p. munication. Jazz. One who can rightly claim: the title of '
\
q 4 Return to Forever's man was hard at pioneer, he well exhibited the style he first W '\
work. Along with drummer Lenny White, led the way into;=what we now have cometo ,
'jL
and guitarist AI DiMeola. Corea and call "jazz-rock".

,Clark, were' doing exactly what had'made '. jhis?;' ?=easing guitar work,.alonevJfhthe
'thEm she most exciting.'innovative: group f remarkabje 'interaction of the"Eleventh
in jazz today: interacting .V commun- House, made for rousing crowd reaction. ...
5: icating with others in the most! sacred After a lengthy, exhaustive set he returnedto

't', photo by lorry grossman way music. encore alone, playing his acoustic and
I Despite rather ominous skies and a brief in few photo by luny
..... throwing a line in his gravelly voice.Id gros.manALPHONSE
a. LARRY CORYELl ''hdwer' hotrsartds'& packed:toedot\ h;lawn':' oI'1I 'thmed fni"w'y info a few i(ts' from MOUZOI4'tr.WPr
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Earth Week, Brings University International Week



Stewart Udall Digest,
Features Dinner
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Othlactions hServicestocbrntnrm katt offk HI!notices 4 Important
information to tiudentt fa fully A Parade Programs
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Stewart Udall, u.s. secretary of *the Interior In the Kennedy and
admtalaftratlons, will be the headliner speaker during Environmental Johnson International Week, with the theme
Monday through Saturday Earth Week. Hell speak at 8 jn. Action Group's "Facilitating Brotherhood in a Global
p Wednesday the Reitz
Union North Lawn. University! College Student Council on Society," starts with a 7:30: pjn. around-
Today's activities include a lecture by Dr. Suzanne cwponsor Bayley of the-world buffet today at First Baptist
Engineering ScIences on'.Pfbe Wildwood Waste Water Project" 1 Environmental Church.Children will be admitted free and
p.m.1n Room 122 of
the Union; a tour of the Coastal Engineering Laboratory via Mechanical adults can buy$2 tickets at the University

hybrid electric bus,'which will leave the Union circular drive at 2:30: p.m.Engineering's, and a 9 p.m. Box Office Center.A ,Rebel. Discount or the International -
screening of "Silent Running" on the North Lawn.
The electric bus and electric cars will be on display from 10 a.m.to 4 parade starts from the Center at 10:30
Wednesday
at the Union North Lawn,where solar energy motors,water distillers and p.m.similar items a.m.Wednesday and winds up at the Plazaof
the Americas where exhibition of
an
will be.demonstrated from 11 a.m. to 3 pjn. .i
: international sports will start at 11:30
The electric bus will go into action again at 3 a.m.
p.m. Thursday, when it win transport
At 8 Wednesday Dr. Yasushi
passengers from the Union circular drive to the UF Solar House p.m.
for a tour. Dr. James
Sugiyama, director of the Japan Foundation -
Heaney, Environmental Engineering Sciences, will talk on "The Woodlands Project: a Office in D.C.
Washington, speaks on
The Environmental Approach to Urban
Planning" at 1 p.m. Thursday in Room 122 of "United States-Japanese Cultural Rela-
the Union, and the film "Air is for Breathing"will be DR.HAMDI
repeated at Spin. in Room 356 of MOHAMMED. tions" in Room 349 of the J. Wayne'Reitz
the Union.A .
New Dental Chairman
Union. His
marks the final
appearance
legislative workshop, co-sponsored by the Sierra Club, will explain how Asian Studies for the academic
environmentally concerned: citizens can influence lawmakers at 1 p.m. Friday in Room Dental.. B/omafer/afs/ / year.The BahaI program Association will sponsor a
122 of the Union.
public reception for the UF :alumnus
Gels New ChairmanDr. immediately after the program.

PAY RAISE STILL ALIVE ..Hamdi A. Mohammed, an authorityon Arts and crafts from many nations will
the development of new dental materials be on display 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.Thursday on
UFBudget has become chairman of the Depart- the Union Colonnade. At 8 p.m., Ms.
'Emergency'Aears ment of Dental Blomaterials. He comes International will be named at a fashion
here from University of Connecticut.Dr. show in the Union Ballroom.

To Be AvertedWith Mohammed, 35, holds four degrees Night of Nation, a collection of international
above the baccalaureate: The Doctor of singing and dancing, begins at 7:30
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Dental Surgery and MSD In oral surgery p.m. Friday in the Medical Sciences

the state Senate scheduled to None of the budgets provide for any typeof from the University of Alexandria, theM Building Auditorium.
complete action on its version of an salary Increases. Still under discussionare JSc.D.from Northwestern and the Ph.D.in .
appropriations bill this week, there is proposals that would give an across- dental materials and engineering Lasers LectureWednesday
increasing hope that an impending emergency the-board cost of living increase to all state materials from the University of Michi-
in UF funding, suggested earlier by employees, including faculty members.The gan.He Night
President Robert Marston. will be aver- highest proposal has been $350 for the has also taught at the University of
ted.Marston year. Alexandria Hospital (Egypt), at North- Dr.Arthur L.Schawlow,physics depart-
had warned, "Under (the The House and proposed Senate budgets western and Marquette. ment chairman at Stanford University and
,governor's) budget'we would be forced to take into account an Increase of $7.5 'a co-inventor of the laser, will speak on
request a declaration of financial emergency million from student fees, which would be Here's Telephone Help "Lasers-Past, Present and Future" at 8
to allow us to meet the basic dependent upon the proposed Board of p.m. Wednesday in the Reitz Union
educational needs of our students." Regents increases of$1 per credit hour for For Understanding HelpAny Ballroom.The Frontiers of Science lecture
The governor's budget called for $229- freshman, $2 for Juniors and seniors,$3.50 program is'presented by the Departmentof
595,763 for Education and General budgetsof for most graduate courses and $5.50 for student or group of students who Physics and the College of Arts and.
the State University System. That does thesis and dissertation courses.A needs help understanding programs, activities Sciences under sponsorship of the National
,not include approximately $5.5 million principal difference in the House and or services on campus is encouragedto Science; Foundation Public Understandingof
generated by Continuing Education of- proposed Senate budgets is the source of call the Office for Student Services, Science Program.
ferings and almost identical to the amountit income. The Senate version provides for '392-1261 to Setup a meeting time.
is estimated the SUS will be getting this $6.8 million in federal revenue sharing and The "Teaching U the System" program UF Doctor Receives -
fiscal year following midyear cuts !in' reduces income from general revenue by which, was set up to provide such
January. The University of Florida will ,that amount. The House bill, which calls information at Wednesday night meetings Award For Lens WorkDr.
receive approximately: $6114 million for for $186.2 million in general revenue, has been discontinued until fall quarter.
E&G this fiscal year,$1.7 million, less. than provides for no federal sharing. According to Assistant Dean for Student Lucia. Lobo a research fellow In
its initial allocation. President Marston has stated that the Services Joyce Taylor, "Only a small ophthalmology at the College of Medicine
The House of Representatives has legislative increase will "not solve the number of students attended the Wednes- .is one of two persons in the nation awarded
passed an appropriations bill, providing problem of inadequate salaries, too few day night 'sessions, possibly because ,it I the 1975 Bausch and Lomb Fellowship by'
for. .,UUII for E&G purposes, not teachers, the need for increased fellowships was so late in the academic year;so it was the Contact'Lens Association of Ophthal
counting Continuing Education and other and other graduate support,libraries unfeasible for us,to continue the proFulbrightHays mologists.A .
extension eanrfag. *..This is an increase of and the effects of continued inflation." grams." .,native 'Caracas, Venezuela, Dr.
$IS..,.cmru.epv8'DOl'' budget.The Lobo was selected in recognition of her
Senate Ways and Meaaa Committee has research: in the use of contact leases, for
aent to the floor a bID calling for$18,334J31 .Grant Applications'Should ; treatment of cornea: ;'d.IaeueI'18Ider, the
more hen t''the governor's asking. The guidance of Dr. Antonio R. G iIet.
Senate .to slated to act before the week Is Be Started This Sorina Her work' with "Dr'-'Gasset, In 'the

out; then the two bills will be .brought -- - I ..... treatment of keratoconus 'has led to the
.together In'Joint committee. Eye Clinic's reputation as a referral
Utile University Florida E&G portion, Students Interested in Fulbright Hays language preparation and personal qualifcations. center for patients from throughout the
remains at the same level as this:year,the Grants for Graduate Study Research .'Preference is given to candidates western hemisphere.
Proposed Legislative budgets would mean Abroad should begin the application between 20 and 39 years of age, who have
approximately$4 million more for,the UF process now in preparation for the October not previously studied or resided abroad.
EG badge:. 1 deadline,says campus Fulbright advisor' According to Dr. Der-Houssikian, last Slavery LecIureThursday
In addition to offsetting some of the Haig Der-Houssikian,,. who explains the year 14 UF students applied for Fulbright-:
Inflationary costs, UF's increased'appropriations procedures are "fairly; complex." Hays scholarships,sending their proposalsand NightDr.
would be used principally to take Awards include travel money, maintenance letter abroad, and:four' have been
eve of academic departments that lost a for Fulbright-Hays fellows and their tentatively notified that they have re- Eugene Genovese, professor of
disproportionate share of faculty positionsto.a ) dependents, and, sometimes, research ceived awards history the University Rochester,will
; .cutback of ,69 manyear positions funds. I For,information and applications contact speak on "New Directions the Study of
i ordered earlier this spring. .These departments Applicants should be U.s.citizens with a Dr. Der-Houssikian, 470 Grinter Hall, Slavery" at 8 pjn:,;Thursday' in McCarty
'were caught with existing vacant bachelor's degree and should be proficientIn 3922183.A Auditorium.The free public lecture impart
Position.that were included among the the language of the host country. of the Southern Studies Speakers Series,
approximately 100 that bad to be Selection is based on academic and campus-wide committee will evaluate cosponsored by the University College'Student
cut'. back to reach positions the 69 manyear professional background: the validity Pand and rank, applicants, but will submit,all Council and the Public Functions
of the proposed_study .applications..tp.the,.national commjttee. Committee -
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.} Wedding Bonds, I 8 track tope player excellent condit,on. 1961 Ambassador Small V-8 runs well, conservative mole roomatet at our rental listings on houses' ;.;_., ill.
Traditional or Contemporary designs of In box oc-dc for home,beach,or car $40 good tires:power steering, brakes, and wanted share summit house 2br opt mobile homes,and opts before you puy !
your choice Handmade for Individualswho or best offer call eves'. 3782182. (a-3t. windows A.C $400 negotiable: 'See S"9.75-month and '< utilities' call dove anyone a Fee Joel Bridges, realtor 404
wont the best. Original work by 132-p) Mark 3912 NW 7th St. ((0.31.131. or mickey 378-7676 evening: (b-5t.130- 'SW 4th Ave (b.fr.I27-c) : ::1"' .

South leading Artists. Master Gold 1974 SUZUKI street trail Isl85 only Cl) o) SUMMER SUBLEASE: own large bedroom. SUPER BIKEShAc.;, ; .
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Smith and lapldist Unconditional 5000ml asking $750 or will trade for 'MOBILE HOME :2 bedrm $2500 paneled' wanted: I or 2 neat,responsible females In 3 bedroom: 2 both' house Northwest .
Guarantee. OZ2IE. By appointment only. sports car turntable for sale Panasonic 'carpeted,all furnishings ond appliances off to share 2.br. furn apt 3 blkt behind section, twelve blocks from campus. $60 PARTS 7r6."r'i:
373-3894 (o- 9t 103-p) archer ,d. I II- ml from uf 25 mobile hall fall call .
$45 rick 373-5985 (a 5t-130-c) ] lot City norman beginning qrt. mo 376-1894 (b 5t 132p| .
1969 ford von, excellent running condo ,378-1967' (o-5I-I33-pJ) ,debbie. 392-913? or 2-9139. (e-it.130-p) ....#
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HILLSIDE HomeSite, view summer sublet: two roommates, each :
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like new tires,radio heat, 40,000 miles, Wauburg. 10 "minutes South of city. 2/4 carport sale antique beds 25-45 bicycle oomotei to share .3 bdrm 2 bath mb own room at hawaiian village on- .
call peggyot 372.7248 $1195. .((0-31.132. acres good 'terms call to see WD 15 2.14 in snow tires 30 chest'25 mist home couple female' male 21840) days furnished $73 each plus t 1.3 ulll.please tJ1 ,.:
P1) "Items 377-2682 yellow house behind leave number 376-3499 eve near b-5t.132 1 .
call 378-3683 )
Mason,Co. realtor. 377-6789 ((0-51-129- i-Vof ( -p "" ::4
S wall for tale $60 Carl
Briarwood 7ft pooltoble excellent crystal ((0-1'.134-9)) campus man tent
condition stlcksballsllght. included $200 P) FOR WATERFRONT OR SMALL ACREAGE (b5t.132p) sublet: one-bedroom modern furnished : :i. .
oolfclubs 2woods 7irons bog $35 call Schwinn 10 speed,. 3 weeks old, must PROFERTIES-CAll WAYNE D. MASON 3CO. Sublet beautiful Gotofwood opt 2 bdr 2 apt immediate, occupancy. ,pihewood ,
.373-2350 (o5t-132-p) sell, lock ond chain and backpack included .,INC. REALTOR m-6789. ((0-101-134- bath furnished reduced rent for summer .opts 378-5060 (b 5t-133-p) SERVICE 377-0722 .;-. .
UTILITY TRAILER Approx 4/4 by 6V4 good Sacrifice for $80, cost $150 new feL) (pool, sauna,tennis A basketball courts)j Furn 1 Br apt A-C, Private Patio avail' 10AM-6PM' .
condo .Rights and wiring 15/4 in tires on Coll 3720025. (o-5t-133-p) Stereo for sale. Excellent condition All in 377-8513 (b-3t-134-p) mid-June, fall option 115. mo. 378-2281. .
mobile home axle $250 or best offer Norrta 2% SLR with- evelevel Itl' meter one unit Including cassette player and spacious; air-conditioned, Furnished, 2 Br (b5t-I33p) 7 DAYS A WEEK :
373X1678 (o5t.130-p) prism,40 mm W.A, 240 MM Tele, 80 mmF recorder, $180 negotiable call 377-8281. Mobile Home on large lot very close to Need a place to live NOW I lay 2 "
72 Honda CB-350, recent top-end 2.0 normal plus auto extension tube Mice, (o-4t.134-p) campus. Pets allowed $130 month, $50, roomotes needed Immediately; and or 3441 S.W. ARCHER,R.D.
set Uses 12 0 or 220 film call eve 392 377-0049. b-1t. summer at Brandywine Call lorl donnaor
l overhaul, excellent condition, deposit. ( 134-p)
rnony DUPLEX(
9144 o5t.133 : Live In one side and rent from
extras,$723 firm must see to appreciate, ( -p) other pays mortgage paints Good neighborhood 2 female roommates wanted for own many 376-5299 (b.3t-I33-p)

call after 3, oscor.378-2166. (o-5t.130-p) King,size waterbed, podded block vinyl $5000 down. Good terms room In 3-bedroom house apartment 3 Really beautiful house I In N.W. section ...., .,,, .... ,.
1973 Suzuki 1$ 400 Excellent Condition frame, liner ond temp control heater. Wayne D.. Mason A Co Inc REALTOR. blocks from campus 50 + 1-3 utility Your own room t bath')just $90 mo + Vtutll
$700 or beat offer 378-8069, After SP.M.o Best offer will be accepted. Call David at 377-6769: (o-5t-134-p) move In anytime, now or June 373-8008 Lotsa trees and room to Move" Coll Lf[ \1 (ll fHEIl
i ( .St-130-p) 377-8352, 5-7 pm (o-5t 133-p) (b-5t.T34-p) 377-5232 ducks b St-133 U1'i.'ft
For sale 1968 liberty mobile home 12 K. now no ( -pp) "" 1( II11
One regulator recently overhauled and 50 2 bedroom Ig kitchen t living room. Housetrailer for rent 125 a month fur newly remodeled 2bdrm. opt spacious; I
in perfect working order.. Type-voit located 2 mi. from campus excellent nished 2 bedroom phone 373-i 169 after unique, 195 IIt&laIt,wecurlty: Ifa pelf Or 233 W Untwersily Ave
Best .
double hose offerColl
CLOTHES swimmastef 372-1664. Glen. (o-3t.133-p) condo $1700. Con 373-8819 (o.St.134-p). 5:30 p.m. available! for summer (b.5t134p children quiet type people 378-5193 (b3t ,- 4. 377.3011
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t' DON'T FIT for sale 3 piece bdrm double set includes firm mm '(S'/") lens flash attached film AVAIL FALLII We hove a landlord Wonted 2 female roommates 4 summer I Now Haying
mattress boxsprlng ( size) triple adopter and 2 grafmotics $1000 worth presently building 3 bdr houses In NW qtr at Brondywine Apts. $6795-mon I

WE CAN. I. Call dresser Carol night 373-5234 table sell(o-4t as.133-p set only) $125 for 250.00 call 475-2064 (o5t-134p) sect .- will be ready for Sept.. Reserve Call Donna 376-5299 (b-3t-132-p) 1 7:0049:15
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ALTBt Calculator,commodore with quote root,
2 after "Voice of Theatre speakers; 2 four funs new conditioner$35 373-0311) 2 bdr's NW sect. bike to campus 2 big 2 bedroom opts must; be sublet for
THEM alter horns. $600. call 376-1782 ((0.,51- (o-3t 134-p) ,Over 30 opts walk to if, the summer Both are furnished and ,
131-p) United Real Estate Assoc. upstaris w oc' near the med! center:
,For sole Gibson Flying V.Fender twin 113 NE 16th Ave summit house Call 378-3628 376-3026 u urM
fREE All| pioneer equip. Speakers 60 watt reverb, best offer call 377-8298 or .
each turntable Pl-41 amplifier sx 1500 T 5t george. 9 om-8 pm 377-6992 (b.5t.133-p) .
(o- -134-p)
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EStIMATE: will sell separably or one unit for info (b-fr-134-c)
dl call 378-0650) 372-9852 must sell home 8 track player unit sharp
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( -131-p) 1 bedroom furnished opt. available for

ni\1er5it1 4hop House for sole close to campus central A excellent wood groined condition finish t barely only used 4 mos, call old bill subletting like, new $145 month $100

& H 3 bdr 2 bath Jomily room equity after 4 pm 378-7987 hurry! (o.2t-134-p) security deposit. 372-0950 Apt. No. 233.
assume 1st mortgage $21074 month at 4400 NW 39 Ave (b-2t-134-p)
1630 W.Unlvonity 7V4 percent appointments only $33,000 For Sole 71) Honda CB500 only 8 000 luxury furnish., 1 BR, central,' quiet
miles'
like New .
:Olive green $750 Call
3725873 ((0-101-131-) setting, close 'to campus. 160. available
after 2 372-5486
((0-5I.1Up)
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Furn Store for'sale 3.000 FT only 3.!000) now. 377-1715 or 378-6250 (b-).134-p) : ',
dollars selling due health one acre land FOR RENTSublet Apartment to sublet close to campus 2
Cinema 4 500 ft from newnons lake on drlv rd 372- cozy, efficiency apt Great pools 2 laundry center* 2 bedroom
5269 377-9835 wart bed (o-5t-131-p) location 2 blks. from corripus. Perfect furnished central air 193$ month

Early omer couch 65 wot bed k 35 size for 1 person. $110 mo, + low Summit House Apes No. 827 Ph 372-8460
1 dresser :20.din tab set chairs china utilities Coll 377-5603 after 6 (b-5t.)131- :(b-St.134-p)

o Robert cabinet selling out due to health all must Pj) June sublet. W.Fall op.3 bdrm house, 8
go shag car 377-9835 372.5269 oc (o-51- HOUSE FOR RENT sublet for sumrner. 23 NW 13 Ave. cen air big yard,
3:15 Redford 131-p) One block behind norman hall. comfortable, 250 mo. V4 June, last mo.
Beautiful old english'tudor (tout:..$60 + sec. dep. no pets call soon 377-8703
5:30 The Great per mo plus Mil 372-949? (b-5I.131- (b-5t-134-p) | Guaranty Federal
7G fm roomie 3 bdrm house'ear uf 6667
10:00 Waldo POUMEw SUBLET mosterbedroom In.2 br. bran- mn. 50 $.0. 1-3 utilities available 6.i| THE BEST PLACE TO SAVE.
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tJ* u tti OTdl FEATURE L, dywine June 15-sept 1.5. furnished con 1424 nw 6 place phone. 372-3224 (b-5t
Pepper insouiiv to I renew lease pool, oc, wall to wall,dw, ,134-p) ,.
diip, many more bob 377-8876 (b-5t- iiL1
V* JUNE RENT FREE! Summer sublet 2 :
CKnt Eastwood
130-p) .
WM 4.00 Michael bdrm,. cln. city apt o-c pool, bus to.
: in 'Sublet 1 bedroom unfurnished house campus available |une 15th call 372-
': JJ Sarrazin kitchen equipped'; fully carpeted Come 2442 anytime (b-5t-134-p)
+ : by 3912 NW 7th St $125 bit )
TheReincarnation Dirty Harry ( -131-p sublet opt, granado, 2 bdr, IV* bath, o-c
10:00 Sublet tor summer French Qtr 2 bdrmIM heal, dlshwsh, shag carpet, pool $190
I 205 tOO 10:00 I bath, townhouse Beautiful view, air, 'mo. Available |tune 15 Call 373-6064 (b- iRA-it.L
pool, $200 mo Call anytime 377.7833 or 5t.134-p)
off Peter ProutQ -andMagnum come by opt '57. (b-5t.131-p' ) 2 bdrm Apt Sub-let Furnished 130 per 1SALE.

Beautiful lakevlew 2 bedroom mm. 3 bib from UF 1823 NW 5 Av No 2 6flOP
ReturnEngagement Force opartmenf unfurnished.Bivens lake after 6 pm Available 6-15 (b-3t.134-p)
$300-month call 377-4861. or 372.2930
Wonted liberal but responsible female
(h5t 130-p) .
3US 7U5 to share cute one bedroom apt. 7250
330 liberal female roommate. needed how per month + l4 utilities Colt Karen 378-
7oo Murder own BR T/mo%utilities. CAC close' to 7492.Move In June 20th rent Is free sib ;
':30 campus pool 377-0744 (b-5t.130-p) July 1st Close to Santa 20 mins to..
on theOrient J:104ilOw 2 bdrm. mobile home for rent. $110 per University. (b-3t.134-pfr) r

Express ._IM_Sinn_.rd! I:007i45f:35 mo. $50 security\ deposit. located 17 mi. '.
!>d souirvAto .. westofg'vllle(. call glendo 376-4446. apartment to sublet for summer Village I
or 472.2970 ,((1)-".I 133-p) Park Apis two bedroom furnished call
Ellen Burstvn SYLViA KRISTELEmmanuelle READ THIS Cindy 373-0353, after 4:00 (b5t.I321) "

3:15 Alice Moving anytime between Now I'Sept. Own room In 3 bedroom opt 67 a men. YOU'LL LOVtER r
let us rent your house or opt at: no cost + 1-3 utilities Avail June IS Coll 373- 1518 NW 13tti St.
Doesn't' Live United Red Estate 377-6997 (b-fr.I15pTHEItrS > 1935 female only (b-3t.I 132-p)
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Anymore ... MORE' Must rent no later than June 1st d fElti.a-efals.siu* X.

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720 I TV A wsatnerchannel.
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1 Stock Exchange( ,7 'FM" "It.on'! on features.,
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option: furnished' one bodroyomapt. A. + Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Scuba classes starting All scuba DIVE the WYKttTUGAS leave Key West
C.dlshwosher' w.w carpet Near Sho reds beginning fall ".-own room In 2 bdrm BERNIE TRAVIS Call Kevin at 376-7018 (j- equipment provided tales, service, June 13th and return on the 18th alt
Fjjeit-, S VA Call evenings 376-6043 (b-5t-l33- opt W block from UF-HOO mth + I i 3M33-P) trips, rentals, otr. Tom Allen (co-host scuba equipment provided. Camp at
1 P) vtlilhevplease call Marge 3784529 (c- Really beautiful house In N.W. section. Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen's Aquatic + historical Fort Jefferson on Garden Key I
", jt'132-pj) Your own room t both just $90 mo. 4'. Trail Center 3448 W. Univ. Ave 373-9233 with .all camping gear provided call
: SUMMER SUBLET 280. I female Im.".I26-c) Scuba Dynamics for further Information
: : (10I\ HawaIIan roomate, available June I util. (also trees and room to move. Coll
"JKMMfKl* Village 'furn.townhouse pool.Ide. J30. gotorwood opt. No. 1001 share' large 377.5232 now no ducks. (|-2t-l33-p)_ 377-8096 (m-6t-132-p)
: 37S.S9Q5 after 5;00 373-2301 opt. ,141, (bl room In 2bdrm 2bath apt. $70 mo.f 1 1.3 New Arrivals White I
HUT ... : 5t132"p) utilities, call 373-6243 Stag Speedo
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+ > ** anytime (cStI3Zp bathing suits. Safari shorts' i pants
:.'' MTLSffl ..wevMMtMkiWCCtfS 2br. ootorwood opts. cen. air furnished ) _.... Bookpacks. Joir the Univ. of f la. hiking LUGGAGE SPECIAL
move In June U for summer 4. w. poy club. Allen's Aquatic t Trail Center 3448 *' '
: use 4 \\0\ July u pay 1125 July 1250 oug. HELP WANTED West Univ. Ave 3739733fr116(| -<:) 'I'* .

.... ... 376-6399 (b-Snl32pt) dependable student for newspaper rackAUTOS Are you Interested in learning how to do .' : ALL WGGAGE IN STOCK ....>',,J
j I 1- o route. mUll have Saul Travel)? Call 373-8393 for Information ',," '
; good trGnlpOrtOllon. Leeds'-',
WANTED Skyway
Samsonlte Invicta
e 376-4912, 6-9 pm. (e-41-132-p) on a Gloss forming soon. (I.3t.In.p ( 8 8
Aim =-=+.la female to shore 2br opt 'for summer ) 25 PER CENT off regular prices "

walking distance'to campus oc, furn. 60 Dromboui: I shirts' I shirts' t "''I"' Sale while lastPARKER'S
s : they
SCAT for own room or 35 to shore' room toll 65 lemons 2 Dr SKY seats console auto mans shirts" ".00 set. group. Best ,
CwnnMMMBS lynn 3774072 (c-S-l:30-p) yellow w bl vinyl 'top new tires;air water selection of prime goods denims,
CM! IC Liberal roommate wonted to rent 3bdrm pump well tuned good buy call lonny Velvets, jewelry. Shop In air condo atmosphere
'. very large house for summer fully furn. 373.5829 (g-5t.l34-p) of 2O'a-< FLEX tartaofsmeM: : 2blk from (un) lIbrary. $67mnth call Time /Machine for pate: 1957 ford Sat. 104 upstarts 17 NW 17th St. across
from unlv. sta. post office Dromboui (j-
neal Folrlane
EGRM 373-9575; 203 nw 15th ter. (e-5l. Conv-orlglnol V8, new top "THi LuaoAai STOKC"
l32-p) metallic blue lacquer,"c. overall cond. )
: S600 373-0311 ((0-5M14-D1) COEO's facial hair removed 14 S. Main Street
: roommates to rent 2 bedroom own :378-1593
both,wr,carpet kitchen' pool.lSOmo. + 1968 Volvo fM Stereo AC low mileage! .manently. Call Edmund .Dwyer. p.r.1
eleclrologist: over 20
years
.
utility call after 8pm. 372-0189 (c-5t- good condition call 378-4959 Greg $900 Coll
372-8039
(i-fr-107-t
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KARATE LESSONS
2 Mole roommates to share 2 br GOOD FAMILY CAR 73 ford torino
gaforwood opt next fall. oc. carpeting, wagon ps oc, disk' broke, radials, 2500or Small Classes $25 per man
121$ NW 5th Ave (off 13thA) Man thru
377-14201! dishwasher' fully furnished' $85.00 + I3 I- best offer excellent shape' 472-3016
Sot 7to9 37871312otIQ8p( / )
even. |
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= I or 2 mature people, share' rent + util) Volvo Station Wagon 1970 W- ok. radio Wedding) Invitations from SII.() per
$192 for 3 bdrm house In NW this 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of
exceptionally clean no work ,
.. summer with, option to take over In Sept. family increasing so need larger necessary car styles. Cliff, Hall Pricing: (1103 N. Main.'
Barbaro 373-5011 ev, 2-1171 wk (c51.Iu.p $2250 firm 376-5012 (g-lOt-128-nc) 3769951. ((1-fr-105t)

tietlcaroilr aortrwsesrrsrrrrlerxr .. : ) 1974 kawosokl 400cc); low milage If you are pregnant and you need help 2 for 1
; Really beautiful) house in N.W. Mdlon. $975 1973 monte carlo many i-tros we core Call birthright 377-4947 ((1.2.| ..-
s iH s e.asee Your own room t bath-juM $90 mo. + 4 Aulll. $3300. hida-bed $10 children bicycles 128-9))

'. Lotto trees and room to move Call. $10,plus many mist Hems call 377-6736. WATER SKI QINIC storting may 10weekend Buy ono got
*.e.*...ear Y a CHM sisV 377-5232_ now. no ducks. (c-2t-133-p: ) (St-130-p) all forms taught from basic to
2 or 3 girls to shore 3 bedroom opt at Cal; 1968 nova good condition only 43,000 advanced including tricks, jumping and one
forest. Starting fall 1975. Call lourl at miles 20 mpg call 377-0393 anytime (g- slalom for info toll Scuba Dynamic
373-9188. But to campus 2 poole 2 51-133-p: ) Exotic Sports 377-8096 (1161.1329)I' | ) FREE''

saunas lunuryl (c-31-133.p) 1968 NEWPORT New Tires, Engine 383- W OffICE PENTHOUSE-4 private Interior .
Students willing to pay $255 for room Good-Bottery, Transmission-gone $125 offices with balconies.Available
and meals thru summer quarter. I block NEGOTIABLE Town Country Park 8-5 immediately. Good location. Call for
from campus control air coop homing Bill 3860 SW Archer Rd. (q5t33pPERSONAL! ) details. Wayne D. Mason t Co.. Inc..
Kim at Clo 372.9328 (c-9l-U3-p! ) REAlTOR 37747895tl30p(| )
Pizza Inn.r'
Female roommates wonted summer qtr. '
to share 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. LOST & FOUND .
near
fast accurate stud service, we aim to With this coupon buy
Med center S64 ma + 1.3 util. 373-5600 lost blue male doberman any
please call Buzz and the boys 3778983hot missing ever
medium
(C-5M33-P1) pie and milk served In bed (-2t-134-| : one week, wearing red collar 1 1.D. tog. giant large or receive pizza
and
at
regular price
easy-going mature female: own bdrm Pj) Reward plus full brother to this dog with
in comfortable AKC 'registration' the name 'of the one pizza of the next smaller
2 br apt pool, oc, near
"The earth Is but and
one country
size number of
with equal
med center t school June I person returning the dog. No questions
occupancy mankind Boha'l
185 mo \M util. Reduced rent June t July International, Its citizens. will WritingsAn be held asked 376-1583 or 373-0649 or 377-4121 ingredients FREE! One
377-0900 after Reception ((1.7t.I l34p) CS coupon per visit, please..
6 pm Julie (c-a-133-p)
'this Wed.,May 14 in Rm 349 of the Ritz
2 roomatei needed for the lummer. Union sponsored by the Boha'l Found-: Block male cot at Tigers Hall 6mo. __ -..-....-I.- -.. ,
Own room f 125 for the summer plus$50 Associationlt134p(| : ) ..to I yr.old can Barbara 392-1261 8- Mr . LM LIL LM LrLrr
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deposit. CollSteve at 373-6149 (c21.133 Is 'it true that Barbara Beccue ,is a secret 5 or 373-2851 after 5'00 (l-4t-l33-nc) _4b. . I 1 M. .LN... L,1 Lr LMF.r LML.r

Pj)_. Seminele supported (|-IM34-p) LOST a brown filler notebook for BA 591 I -wrr. .. .. .. :. -. Le IJL LM IJI L...... .1M...
HaP CXDRFI cartoon character seeks ,on Monday May" 5. If found, please call . Lr ..r' .. 'A'L
Michael happy birthday loverl 21 +. ,e . I r t,1 LL ,. 1I.r.r
($4540)) home. Afternoons call Peter You are getting better! don't worry 377-6853 REWARD ((12tI33Charlie' ) . LM 141 LM ,..Os
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at unique about anything cause I'll always love /Y..r L_earn ar 1 a LO .r
and the cheap. (c.51.132-p)_ Youl CU 2-nite, Monorcho (|-lt-134-p) Sea L rester. .. .. LM Lr .... .r
sow r ear Lev 545 5.0
Roomote to'aIIor. 2 bdrm house, OCt tool, Clyde torn dan stu, marvin dart. ChickenIs ... N.r 5 .M 5.
fenced in yard near grocery, liquor 'thrower and all the others, thanks for delivering PlUS MANY MOREIcarry !
moll Mores, for summer and beyond 90 making this quarter worthwhile claire out orders 10 cents extra
a month, responsible .student Scott 377- (I-1M34.Q) per bo

0084 (c-5t-l3l-p)_ 'to the guys of NW 4th Broward, thanks .cs +. Vollcl'1-1J.thru I S-U
COO t SHYER Top prices paid tor cl ass for making our nights more fulfilled and
rings, old jewelry etc. confidential. Call I meaningful the girls of No Vis SE 4thBtoword
OZZIt 373-3894 (c-49t-IQ5-p)_ (l-lt-134-p)

clean responsible female; I bdrm opt If thou host evil In thy soul thou wills 316 SW 16th Ave 376-4521
strike. out on three pitches: Get-ha'l
start Sept; $87 a month; Vi utilities; non
smoker; $50 down; the village opt; call I Writings 3429: (|.lt-34p! )

377-3064 after 4 00 pm donnl (c-5t-l3l- DON'T SMOKE YOUR

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female roommates to shore' 2bdrm apt STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS
tennis cl, pool sauna oc close to METHOD. lOSt WEIGHT TOO. PRIVATE
campus 6 hospital coil 373-8765 (c-51. APPOINTMENT. THEODORE REISS 372- 377-0992-1062
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By KEITH CANNON
Alligator Sports Writer pionships. He was Co-Coach of the Year with Georgia's Dan k ,
Magill in I 1973..Potter won eight of 10 votes in this year's poll
UF tennis Coach Bill Potter isn't too excited about of SEC coaches. ,One vote each went, to Gradey Johnson of
receiving the SEC Tennis Coach of the Year award. After all, Kentucky and Magill. ,
he's won it a few times already. THREE OF POTTER'S .y c. it fie awD, 3 Z ,l'fy'
players on the AH-SEC
team
Instead he says things like, "The players deserve this were
repeaters. No. I and 2 singles champions Juan Diaz and Dave
award not me. The players make the coach. The
coach can'tmake Pressly won the honor last'year. and both were named to the
his players. second team in 1973. ,(Last year first and Second team
BUT THE AMIABLE, grey-haired head Gator needn't be designations were dropped.)

worried about, his players.. They got enough recognition of No. 6 runnerup Jim Oescher also made the team for the
their own in the aftermath of their co-championship with !second time. He
was named to the 1972 team as a freshman
Georgia in the 37th annual SEC tennis tournament.Five No. I player. e
UF netters were named to the All-SEC after
team the By making the All-Conference team this year he becamethe
tournament the' largest representation by one team in the first No. 6 player ever to do so.
conference's tennis history. Juan Diaz, Dave Pressly John Other
players making the ,team were: .
Kunnen Chap Brown and Jim Oescher were named to he : :"
Georgia
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Manny Diaz Gordon Smith. : ;
team Saturday.For Tennessee: Dan Huber Paul Van Min. \" ,
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their coach it was his fourth time as Coach of the Yearin Alabama: Bob Deller Speedy Gilstrap, Sam Vuille Chip '. ." ,'.. .
the last eight season. The Covina Calif. native won the Wase. .. -"-'- < ...'
honor in 1968 and 1969 after consecutive SEC cham- Kentucky: Scott Smith. SEC COACH OF THE YEAR BILL POTTER I

"'t, /players deserve this award not me'
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PENSACOLA- UF golfer strokes ahead of the field. 275. Former UF golfer Gary

Koch of Temple Terrace
#p r w Phil Hancock tired a 69 in the Hancock who finished JERRY PATE, CURRENTU.S.
closed with a 74 for 280.
closing round of The Falstaff second in the 1974' NCAA .. Open champion took Defending champion Andy

M Amateur Open here Sundayto championships. finished* the !second place with a closing Bean the No. 1 UF golfer

wrap up the victory tour tourney with a 72-hole total of round of 76 for a 279 total. took fourth at 286.
MICHAEL PRESTON OF
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went to G a tor golfer Dallas
Apelgren finished sixth at
UF baseball team will Florida Southern's regular agreed so the games will be 289.
play Division 11 NCAA playoff season is completed. Florida played May 13, J 14,,J IS startingat Falstaff Brewing Corp.
qualifier, Florida Southern Southern coach Hal Smeltzley 4:00 p.m. at. Perry Field in !sponsored the torunament.The .
College' in a three game asked Gator head coach Gainesville. Gator golfers in the
exhibition series next week. Dave Fuller if his Gators tourney along with the rest of
I would agree to play a few Florida Southern will host the team, will head for
photo by bob wool' The Gators will still have 'exhibition games to help the regional playoffs in Columbus Ohio for the
I UFS AlL.see JIM OESCHER two games next Friday and Florida Southern! get ready Lakeland .beginning the NCAA Championships June
Saturday with Rollins but for the playoffs. Fuller following week. '20-21
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One of the oldest organizations on the UF campus is the
Gator Soccer Club. ,
Founded in 1953 the club now has 80 members of which"40 the place
come out and participate on a regular basis. %, '
SINCE TIE. clubs inception, the'team has compiled an ,' .. -- "
overall record of 231 wins 52 losses and 27 ties. This year the .
team has a 28.10-1 mark,including a runner-up spot in the is not big enough ; : :
prestigous Mobile Invitational Soccer Tournament held April
19 and 20. for everyone '
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The man that makes the soccer club go is their English- "I'
born president, Robert Eley. .. .
Eley, a Graduate Assistant in the Dairy Sciences, thinks t- ,
soccer will succeed in the United States if it doesn't get too I I, '
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t; "SOCCER IS going to become big in a few years. I'dhate 'Reserve now lobe. .certain# of Fall,occupancy. -
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According to Eley, mental attitude is not an important
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I don't prepare for games at all. I have to Bargain '
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"I enjoy playing the game. I don't mind losing if I play the ,
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