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I Speaker. cancels ; refuses to sign- loyalty. oath

By HELEN WHELAN required to sign the oath stating that they will Genovese. who is also a member of the This appearance hinges on whether or not
Alligator Staff Writer not advocate "uolcnt overthrow of the Executive Council of the American Historical Genovese will be allowed to sign the contract
government of the U.S., the State of Florida Association, said this oath was. one of the with. the loyalty oath crossed,out.
or any political subdivision thereof." worst in the nation.
Historian and Marxist Eugene Genovese In a letter to Dr. David Colburn. an IN HIS LETTER, Genovese expressed the UF Arty; Tom Biggs would not say whetheror
has cancelled his scheduled lecture at UF assistant professor of history and social hope that enough speakers refusing to sign not the oath could be struck from the
because he refusesto sign a loyalty oath. sciences Genovese said "I 1 1. consider the the oath would "bring legislature to its contract.
Genovese will not sign the oath because he existence of this kind of loyalty oath. ,to be senses." Biggs said he must consult with UF ad-
J said It. constitutes a "threat of academic unworthy of the State of Florida unworthy of Although Genovese's Thursday night ministrators before issuing an opinion;
freedom.' your excellent University and unwol1hyof all of lecture was cancelled he may appear June UF President Robert Q. Marston was out of
! ALL LECTURERS coming to the UF are us." 4th. town on Tuesday.
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UPD stringent record keeping cited as reason

UF makes county first in state crime I

.By JOE MORAN county more than one-sixth ((2,170)) occuredon : 1 arcenies were reported to UPD a majority of may be responsible for UF's soaring crime ''
,Alligator Staff Writer campus. Ninety percent of the campus which were misdemeanor thefts (less than rate.
crimes were larcenies. (5100 property value). "We're on 1.75 and other main highways
Crime on the, UF campus helped rocket SHULER SAID THE NUMBER of larcenies ALSO, MORE THAN two-thirds of the and we do have a lot of people around campus
Alachua county's crime rate to number one in ,and therefore UF's contribution to the I remaining thefts were stolen bicycles. that have no association with the 'university"
the state according to the Florida Division of county's high crime rate, resulted from large Severity of crime aside Chief Shuler said
Criminal Law Enforcemtnt's annual report. numbers of extremely minor thefts. I transients. and local non-university people (See 'Crime/ page sixteen)

However, University Police Department Leafing through a stack of crime reports
(UPD) Chief Audie Shuler said the ex- covering several weeks of crimes reported at .
planation for UF's contribution to the 45 percent UF Chief Shuler cited several to illustrate his on cab
increase in the crime rate' lies in the point including the reported theft of a fee \f\e J.o
department's stringent record keeping .card and the theft of a casserole dish.
methods. "We get a lot of trivia reported" Chief C 1I8

THE REPORT, released in April, sets the Shuler said.CHIEF _
county's crime rate at 9149.3 crimes per SIIULER SAID a number of lesser
I 100.000 residents'or a total of 11,449 "part thefts could be recorded: as malicious mischiefor
one"crimes.during 1974. missing property both of which are
Part one crimes include murder manslaughter part two crimes and not figured into
rape, robbery, aggravated assault the local crime rate.
breaking and entering larceny and motor UPD. however records all thefts as lar-

vehicle theft. cenies. '
Of all part one crimes reported in the During the month of April this year 197

High school seniors opt

for summer enrollment// I

By STUART EMMRICII !seniors. The deadline for answering has
Alligator Staff Writer already passed. II
Bryan said he did not expect the 200
Approximately 200 of 1.000 high school students to cause any problems jn over-
seniors asked have agreed 'to enroll at UF this crowded classes and housing that was faced .I
summer as an alternative to not being admitted last fall when more than 3.500 freshmen were
at all. admitted.
UF Vice President tor Academic: AffairsDr. "OBVIOUSLY IT is going to affect
Robert I Bryan said! he was not surprised at University College, but we have not heard -S ''4 u
the sma'J number students willing to come. anything from them about anticipated
his summer. problems or the need tor more funds," he '
"They just don't want to come then. They \ .:
arc more interested in going to Europe, going said.UC Dean Bob Burton Brown said' he ex- ,4
to work or going somewhere else in the fall" pected "no problems" handling the extra
Bryan said.. freshmen this summer, explaining he i't
UF ADMISSIONS officials offered the estimated to Bryan that the college would be
summer option to more than 1.000 seniors able to handle approximately 200 extra freshmen -
who scored between 300 and 350 on their without any increased J tundtng.
senior placement tests. "The class size in UC is generally light in
Although they qualified for admission to the summer that is why we are able to pick up
:UF the students were probably not going to the slack" Brown' said. '
be accepted because ot the 2,900)()( enrollment liE ESTIMATED the extra freshmen
cap on next fall's freshman daS would not increase the class size by more than ,
Bryan said it was decided "there would be one or two students. .
so many good students that we could not get Almost all UF colleges expect. to
in (because of the. cap) that we offered the have bigger classes this summit. .
summer option: Enrollment is expected to increase S' percent '
BESIDES THE 200 students accepting the over last summer according to Vernon:
option. 120 students wrote back to' say they V'l les. UF registrar. ,
were no longer interested in attending UF.. COUPLED WITH THE larger number 'I
according' to Richard Whitehead. director of !students is a 17 per cent cut in the number of
admissions.. teaching positions. The cut was made to deal ,
Whitehead said no word has been'rcceixed' with a loss of funds caused, by' a jrexenue. ,
: from any of )the approximately 700 other shortfall in the state this \ear. .f


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I Ford.moves to get ship's return.


WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford But Pentagon sources said the President 45 minutes with the National Security Councilon
was reported Tuesday to have alerted 1.000 had alerted 1,000 marines on Okinawa to the seizure which he called "an act the ,... ': :

marines and sought help from the Chinese ina "prepare to depart soon" for Thailand as a piracy." He was awakened twice during in'on latest :. .:, ;," .
military-diplomatic effort to win release of show of force against seizure of the merchantman early morning hours to be :. ,.'' .
and its 39 intelligence reports on the vessel. I,:,,, ,.
an American freighter Mayaguez Monday by a Cam by .
crewmembers: held captive at sea by the bodian gunboat in the Gulf of Siam. Press Secretary. Ron Nessen. questioned Ford was ...... I
Cambodians. And State Department sources said the reporters on what strategy' i' :1.. .
administration was trying the tactic of persuasion following said: "He has not ordered will consult any ...ff ; 'lf: ..
action,. the President .
the military
Peking one
Meantime the aircraft carrier Coral Sea government ac '
and other vessels from the U.S. 7th Fleet were of the few in close diplomatic:contact with the with Congress if he decides on military a.., ,.

heading for the area in theGulf ot Slam. and new Phnom Penh government.On tion.

Pentagon sources said they would arrive there Capitol Hill, there were mounting whatdiplomatic f ,
demands for quick action to return the ship Nessen also declined to comment on .
some time Wednesday
force If moves were being made or on
including military
U.S. were making
and aircraft had the Mayaguez under reports that Marines had been
flights over the container ship Mayaguez several
vessels about 30 miles surveillance about 30 miles off the Cambodian the aircraft carrier Coral Sea and
two captor
Gulf of Siam.
coast where two Communist vessels destroyers were heading for the
off the Cambodian coast.
detained it. Earlier reports were that the "Under the law. the President in every

The White House the Pentagon 'and the container ship had, been taken into the possible instance shall consult with Congress
State Department refused to say officially Cambodian port of Kompong Son. but its before introducing U.S.armed forces into hostilities '" h-_. -- .

what military and diplomatic pressures were location later was pinpointed near one of or in situations where imminent PRESIDENT FORD
being brought to bear on the new Communist several small islands in the Gulf of Siam. involvement in hostilities is clearly indicatedby
.orders military move to release ship
Khmer Rouge Cambodian government. As he did on Monday the President met for the circumstances: Nessen said.

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I .. Congress split on return action Wednesdayxcapsule/

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Robert Byrd said Tuesday so far no such decision had been made.
President Ford should set a 48-hour deadline for the release of "There'should be a deadline set." Byrd. ,the Assistant Cambodians shoot at

the American merchant ship seized by Cambodia and take Senate Democratic; leader told reporters on Capitol Hill. He

"whatever action is necessary"if it is not met. suggested "less than a week 48 hours." U.S. plane. near ship
The'U.S. should
take "whatever action is necessary including
But Sen. Jacob Javits.R-N.Y., said he had the impression military force" Cambodia does not release the ship WASHINGTON (UPI)-'The Pentagon said Tuesday an

following a meeting with Ford that the President 'was and its, crew by that time he said. Byrd was joined by Rep. American patrol plane was hit by a single shot while keeping
"keeping his shirt on" and not preparing take military Bill Chappell.: D-Fla., in calling for the 48-hour deadline. watch on the captive freighter Mayaguez in the Gulf of Siam,
action at this time to secure release of the ship. Javits told reporters after meeting with Ford that the but damaged so slightly the pilot did not know it until after he

The White House said later that Ford would consult with President "is taking an intelligent attitude" about the landed.A .

Congress if he decides on a military course of action but thatlimited situation. C spokesman said the pilot reported on his return to a base

in Thailand that he saw gunfire from a.small island near

where two Cambodian gunboats a holding the freighter

I captive but not from the communist vessels themselves.The .
pullout plannedVIENTIANE round of ammunition went throught the plane's

vertical stabilizer the spokesman said and damage was

insignificant.White .
(UPI) The U.S, has decided to evacuate Observers'noted that besides removing a threat of air attack House Press Secretary Ron Nessen had confirmed

some Americans} and their dependents from Laos followingthe against Pathet Lao forces the grounding could also allow reports a U.S. plane had been hit. saying: "the story i it
emergence of the Communist Pathet Lao as the dominant the Communists to starve out rightist enclaves located behind essentially correct. I cannot go any farther than that."
force in the coalition government an authoritative source said cease-fire lines which are dependent on aerial supply.In .

Tuesday.Unofficial: sources said some Americans already are addition to. thinning out American personnel and Watergate tapes will

making preparations to leave. dependents the source said the U.S. is considering shutting

The report from a U.S. Embassy source came as the Pathet down operations in some parts of Laos. be released
Lao continued to tighten its grip on Laos by purging more The source said it has not yet been determined how many of in 1977

loyalist generals and grounding the rightist-controlled Air the approximately 820 official Americans and their dependents WASHINGTON (UPI!) Former President RichardNixon's
Force except on express orders from the Communist in Laos would leave as a result of the continued unsettled
Watergate and will be
tapes probably
Defense Minister.SPRINGFIELD. security situation.
made public until 1977, the chief of the General Services
Administration testified Tuesday.

I Arthur Sampson also told a 'Senate Government
Illinois Senate panel nixes ERA"This Operations Subcommittee that "our plans contemplate that

virtually all information relating to the abuse of govern
mental power will be fully processed by 1980."
111. (UPI)- An Illinois Senate committee will not be the end." Senate President Cecil Partee. Under legislation approved last the GSA was given

Tuesday rejected the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to D-Chicago. the Senate ERA sponsor, said. "A motion will be custody of all of Nixon's Presidential year tapes documents

the U.S. constitution. The measure's sponsor promised to made on the Senate floor to discharge the committee. This is papers and other materials with instructions that they be
continue the tight on the Senate floor much too serious a question to leave to one-third of the made public..
The Senate Executive Committee after a 2'/i hour members of the Senate."
Sampson said
the GSA is still under court order not to
hearing voted 11-8 to defeate the proposal. One member A House sponsor Rep. Eugenia Chapman, D-Arlington begin working on the Nixon materials or releasing them to the
voted present. Heights, called the committee action "a setback." public. _
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I Shands increases security.. after staff deaths I IBy

DAVID FINKEL tound dead last Thursday in hi. Williamsburg Apartment ,YARBROUGH, SAID "the scene suggested nitrous oxide
Alligator Staff Writer home.A inhalation," but he will not be sure until the ,final autopsy ,
tank of nitrous oxide (commonly known as "laughing report is issued. '
Increased security measures have been initiated at W.T. gas") and a mask for administering the gas was found in the Mike Siver. employed in Shipping and Receiving at the
Shands. Teaching Hospital following the deaths of two apartment, but Gainesville Police Department investigatorswill health center, said no one in anesthesiology has a key to get in
anesthesiology specialists during the past four months.Dr. not say if this is the cause of Perry's death. his department.Siver .
Chandler Stetson vice-president of Health Affairs said Stetson said there is no way of finding out if the laughinggas said there is "always at least one person here at all
in the.future, criminal charges will be brought against any came from Shands supplies despite inventory procedures. times" during the hours Shipping and Receiving is open.
Shands employe. who removes hospital equipment without ACCORDING TO Stetson, the,cylinders containing the gas SIVER SAID all the tanks of nitrous oxide are stored ,in
authorization. are not marked in any way to identify who they belong to. cages and are locked up at night after Shipping and Receiving
ANESTHESIOLOGY resident Dr. David Lederman was An autopsy performed on Perry did not yield enough information closes at S p.m. During the night the University Police
found dead in his southwest 'Gainesville mobile home on to pinpoint4he exact cause of his death accordingto Department makes sure the area is secure Siver said.
January 30, apparently a victim of nitrous oxide overdose, John Yarbrough:of the state attorney's office. "When the tanks come in, they're checked in. numbered.
according to an Alachua County Sheriffs department Yarbrough said the autopsy results were being sent 'to the
spokesman.Dr. state toxicology lab in Alabama and a final report will be '(See 'Deaths, page seventeen)
Joel Perry, a 27-year-old anesthesiology intern, was issued in "a few weeks."

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for business

Alligator Staff Writer

The "Blue Goose" and the "Queen Air" don't have'much
time to cool their wings at the Gainesville Municipal Airport.The .
two planes don't stay home very often.
USED BY THE UF Athletic Department 'and the administration -
for out of town trips, the planes "stay in the air
quite a bit",according to Bill Carr, assistant athletic director.
I The "Goose", a 25-passenger DC-3, and the "Queen", a
two-engine seven-seater, are used, mostly to transport UF
athletic teams tp out of town meets and conference cham-'
pionships., .
,They are also used for recruiting purposes, Carr said.
THE TWO PLANES are owned by the,athletic association,
a private foundation,and are leased to,the UF administrationfor photo by andy newman
both owned by athletic association
,(See "'Afrplanes( / page seventeen)


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Pot- ,the Independent flora Alligator,W.dntdoy,May U WS

Bas Is of athletic grants may change;


1 ,-' By MICHAEL BRADLEY The UF Athletic Associaton is in the process of determiningwhat
.1'.'J; Alligator Staff Writer' position its delegation will take at the NCAA conference!
.,'. "In the past, it (this proposal)),has been defeated because
'.f .: h' financial NCAA) it'a unwieldy and.h rd
based ( thought to
UF athletic scholarships may soon be on they ad-
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need and not solely on a student's athletic prowess. minister Graves said pointing ,out the difficulty of
The Activity and Service'' Fee Advisory Committee establishing a standard basis of financial need and handlingthe

(ASFAC), in its 1975-76 budget allocation to the Athletic extra paperwork..
Association, has recommended the association pursue the GRIMES ECHOED this sentiment when he spoke of some
x s n&X q goal of athletic scholarships based on financial need. people's fears of "more problems arising than would be
TilE ASSOCIATION'S budget currently includes ap- solved" by the proposal
RAY GRAVES proximately $350.000 for athletic scholarships.

..,backs plans "People don't like the idea of students getting scholarshipswho
well afford to for their education." said Caleb
can pay will legislation hat
"I personally ;support any ) will
Grimes UF Athletic, study Director body treasurer.Ray Graves has expressed his support reduce the costs of .scholarships, staffs," and other

for the proposal. expenses.
"I PERSONALLY will support any legislation that will -Ray Graves
reduce the costs of scholarships, staffs," and other expensesof
Yr intercollegiate athletics Graves said.
However, Graves said such a proposal would have to be But Graves said the time has come for major changes in
implemented at the national level by the National Collegiate athletic scholarships,citing inflation and .'the poor state
Athletic Association (NCAA) so as not to leave UF at a of the economy."In .
disadvantage with other schools.An fact we may be two years late" Graves said. "We've
emergency meeting of the NCAA Economic Committeehas just got to do something.
been called for next August to discuss reducing the costs Graves has talked with several other college athletic:
of college athletics. directors and is confident some revision of athletic
AMONG. THE PROPOSALS expected to be considered scholarships will be forthcoming: '
f wilI'be basing, athletic scholarships. on,financial. need, according "1 don't think it(the proposal) would'affect us(UF)at all,"
,to Graves.. .. Graves said. "It might even help."

. ; $14 of annual tuition backs athletes l :' .. .. :. -'. w M,

I Funding -spirit. or abusinafundsS I M AM=


By BOB BECK Mike Doerr 1UC, disagreed.
Alligator Staff Writer "FROM MY standpoint, It's good. I go to all the football
games and athletic events. It's really worth the money."
UF students taking an average course-load will pay about A few students were surpised to. find their money went
SI4 this year to help send athletes to UF. towards the scholarhip program. WENDY YOUNG
"Although the majority of funds for athletic scholarshipscomes "Really?" asked Barbara Burris, 4PE. "Oh, but it really good Idea' i
from Gator Booster Revenues if it weren't for student doesn't matter. It's important to have sports teams, especially
money almost the first thing to suffer, for sure, would be the good sports teams. It's good for school spirit. A lot of peoplego
price of football tickets",Norm Carlson UF assistant athletic to the games and really enjoy themselves. But I really think r Fd
director, said. ,the kids ought to know where their money goes." 5t
IS IT WORTH $14 to keep down the priCe'of football PAIGE THOMPSON, 3UC, said "I just'wish we didn't
tickets?, have to pay that much. There are better things to spend it on, ,
"No." said Ted 'Schmoll, I UC. "I don't go to any of the especially in these times of tremendous cutbacks. Should we
football games. In fact I sell my tickets to the rest of the put sports before the library?" i:
people who do #o." Spirit and the pride of being one of the best in competitionwere gl
cited by many students as two of the major reasons to
continue the program.

"For a good program to exist, it has to be financed some ,.
way. If that's what we need to remain competitive, then "

funding it through the students is the way it should be done," ",10., :' '.,,",, ,," ,
Larry Feldman, 3BA, said. .. "
'"I NEVER REALLY thought about it," laughed a surprised ,
Wendy Young 4JM., "I guess it's a good idea. People
enjoy sports and if you want them to come then you have to
offer them something.; Right now, people like the ticket j
ARRY FELDMAN, prices. They couldn't pay more anyway." '!
Tom Barnes 4JM felt the program has it's place. PAIGETHOMPSON '
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B.A.C.C. with the co-operation of Alpha Kappa Psl, has In passing it should be noted' that the use.of such bock-exam
established and hopes to institutionalize a back exam file In the services should. be regarded by students as a supplement to their
Bryan Hall reading room which U currently available for use by all study effort and should obviously ,not be relied upon for specific
r-- U.F. students.. The file checkout procedure entail the submissionof content. The council hopes that by not providing answers to these
a student I.D. and the imposition of a two-hour checkout limit. back-exams that the student will be sufficiently motivated to
Th. file contains bock exam samples from more than 50 Business conduct the necessary research In order to answer or be familiar
as. College courses Including such departments as Accounting, with relevant underlying concepts of any back-exam extracted.
Economics, Finance and Real Estate Management and BA courses, Interested students requesting more information pertaining to the
and a few Marketing subjects. exam-file are asked to contact either the desk-attendant in Bryan
Enduring a rather tumultuous beginning the project survived such Hall or the project director Frank Hautzlnger.
calamaties as Initial Faculty submission reservations, a budgetarycrisis
and most Ironically a cheating scandal. Th. actual Implementation -
of the project's directors resulted when In Fall 1974 a MINORITY GRAD AID
project director with a limited budget elected to pursue the Idea.
After the aforementioned setbacks were finally resolved the project
developed quite expediently primarily as a result of personal IS PROVIDED
appeals by the project's director to various business Faculty
r members. ,At that time it was learned that many professors expressed The University of Florida's Office for Academic Affairs has
Poi concern regarding the projects Intent. Specifically Faculty provided the College of Business Administration with special
members questioned the need to contend with certain exam Graduate Assistantships to support minority students In pursuing
preparation inequities existing In the undergraduate division. It graduate study In Business Administration starting Fall 1975.
xy was pointed out thaf In the past similar back-exam services; had In offering these assistantships the University and College are
been limited to those students affiliated with various outside social acting to meet the need In our society for well-trained black and
organizations. Not only could a bock-exam file available to all other minority administrative and executive personnel for business. ,
students resolve this inequity but It could also offer legitimate industry and government.Dr. .
I TAKING A TEST FILE alternatives to prospective cheaters there by eroding their "course Zarrall V. Lambert Director of the MBA Program stresses that
.back exams available for over 50 courses unfairness" rationale the MBA Program and the assistantships are open to minority
students In all undergraduate fields, not just Business Ad
ministration "Many of our students In the Master of Business

I I SIMSHEADOFJOBNFORMATONApplications Administration Program were non-business undergraduate majors.
They came from such fields as Secondary Education, Political
Science, Sociology History and even Pre-Med" Dr. Lambert also
Students who want Information on careers In business Internships Mr. Sims posts on his door a copy of the bl.w..kly"lntervl.w added "The program is designed so that sutdents. with undergraduate
co-oping opportunities, and job placement should contactMr. Sheet" which announces the arrival of recruiters on campus. .H. degrees non-business areas can complete the MBAin
George Sims in 210 Bryan Hall. also maintains regular office hous to assist students In-planning a reasonable amount of time."
"The College of Business Administration is concerned about the their job searches. "A study by the Center has shown that if a Interested students are encouraged to talk with Dr. Lambert at his
importance of helping Its students find a satisfying career upon student completes eight Interviews he Is very likely to be offered at office In 214 Motherly Hall. "I would urge minority students to
graduation." Mr. Sims commented "I've had over one hundred least one job" remarked Sims. contact me soon about these assistantships. and I would like for
students talk with me this quarter and surprisingly.about sixty did "Studentsare always welcome to come by my office In 210 Bryan students to arrange an appointment to see me by calling my
not know about the Career and Placement Center In the J.Wayn. and talk for even just a few minutes. They can also call me at 392- secretary M.... Cindy John,,", at 3920165. if a student. wants more
Reltz Union." .0776 to talk or to arrange an appointment" added Sims. Information I can also talk to him or her by phone..

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I PEER ADVISOR ML:EDEDlaw I rc" ... d .,

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are now being accepted from BA schools. The college does not have a pre-law ,-. ....,. \. : J\, '.".' I., ..._,............. .. "
students who will be attending this summer for the program or advisor but many BA majors will be ._. .. ; '.
position of Peer Advisor Trainee for the College of going on to ,law school ". '. .... ... :!"
Business Administration.The Training will not Involve student contact until ". ''
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student selected will begin working 1m;' after a careful evaluation of the college's needs .. ... ..... .. "JI'/
mediately continuing through' the summer made. The trainee: will be paid $2 per hour for 15 r, ."
Assistant Dean John Farley will ,supervise the to 20 hours a' week.Interviews '. .
training which will Include working to develope will be held this week and early next .. .i<.:. .
programs to benefit business students. One such week with the selection to be mad. by Assistant] ,,
program will be the collection of Information on Dean Fancy in consultation with the BACC which .' .;.; ,

will provide the funding.To q : .

apply, go to 214 Motherly Hall and completea .. .
Peer Advisement application form. I &

Are Business Administration majors Interested -
SEPTEMBER in meeting with their respective .Meet with Pres. MantonWIAT'SNEW I
department chairmen to discuss matters of
concern? If the answer to this is "yes," the
The Business Administration College Council I Is BACC would like to establish. a "Committee of
currently planning "Business Careers Information Majors" for any department where there is New Lori and Found BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION READING ROOM -
Week" scheduled for Fall Quarter 1975., .Council enough Interest.If A new foe and found It now being organised In 218 BRYAN HALL .
member Maurice'Moyberry, Jr. has been named you are a BA student and would be interested the lull_Admlnlltrotloll loading loom BryonMon Open Monday-Friday tam-Spm and 7pm10pmSaturday .
211 Artklo .loot eHhor In and around oovl2pm
the Project Director. In serving upon a committee pleasego Motherly and Bryan Hall could be found In room Sunday 2pm-9pm and 7pm. I IQpni
The Week will be coordinated with the UP by your majors departmental office and .211 Bryan Noll during the hour that have boon BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMPUTING
Career and Planning and Placement Center and give some Information such as your name, provided for you. hope (that this operation will LABORATORY 21* BRYAN HALL
will include Information on the various business major graduation date, on a '3 x 5 card If beg euccoeiM one.hold ;.. Open Sunday Monday.FrldayBam-4.45pm Torn10pmThe'BuilneM Glld7pmo ICIpm

majors course requirements, ,and job prospects.The there Is a sufficient response, a committee maybe the lullnell AdminIollan College Council will
Center will provide examples of Interviewing established. in the department.. A list of meeting Wednesday.May 21*.a.3:30 P.M. AdmlnMratton College. Councilnow
techniques as well as instructions for using thoCen..r' where each majors departmental office. I Is In Motherly Hall loom 214 to hold election for .has poslHoM available for ad majors| during
the Summer Quarter. The s-
facilities CIIoItptnoft. Vke Chohpsnon end Secreary Ion
located Is on this page. the upcoming mmmer...... This I.e morvdotory Council will .propose debate and decide upon
Most of the activities, will' be) scheduled for "< When.fa""ed. the Committees would meet meoMog and"oil thoM' en we college protect which" will be funded during !tie 1TOl7e -
Motherly and Bryan Halls. and each of 'th.College' with ,the department chairmen. on a regular council should attend. Academic: Year. Budnew'tfudent
orgenhlerlons may submIt rogn.5s lot funds lot
departments will be'asked, to'par* basis.
their own activities ale* The Budget win be
Hclpate. MajorAccounting Dept office CALCULATOR LABORATORY 114 MATHERIY approximately S4700 and should be m final form
MY student 'or faculty comments and 202 MAT HALL by the end of the SIf --.
suggestions ore welcom. Also If,anyone wants to Economics 1O7MATFinance Open Monday-Friday SanvJpmMondayThuradoy you want to be on !He Council for Summer
help with the plan"l"g.and organizing of the Insurance, Real..iate' 204 MAT MEDIA ONTtt -7pn 123 BRYAN ltpm HALL Quarter a membership please go oppllceNon.to 214 MeftHeriy.H you Han have and fill any In'

project'please call Maurice Mayberry, Jr at 373- Management 103 MAT Open Monday-Friday pm-Jpm. questions about the Council call Greg, Enholm. ,.
2633 or Mr. George Sims at 392-0776. Marketing .. 207 MAT v All Sip,,.",}c" fvaltable! to everyone. Council Chairmen at 377-71J1- ',"

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By DEBBIE ERICKSON J.A. WATTLEWORTH, committee used by students with junior or senior status. areas except the J.$30.Hillis Miller Health
Center, will cost Wattleworth
Alligator:Staff Writer chairman, said, the committee recommended The committee recommended the reserve Center "tombstones" said
the parking decals in areas A and B receive a decals within the check point area cost WO Medical will cost $156
off the loan
$24. All next to pay on the
Dorm residents in the Murphree :and price increase because, "they are prime and outside the check point cost second
faculty and
and garage
decals cost
Areas have other dorm lot
Broward-Rawlings may to pay an parking areas.
A recommendation will 1 also be
additional $6 for a parking decal next year. Area A is Murphree Area parking and can commuter lot decal will cost $12. Bus passes made to
The Parking and Transportation Committee only be used by students with junior or senior will accompany all of the parking decals. establish a priority system for distributing the
first and
voted Monday to keep all parking status. Area B includes the following dormitories CHECKPOINT PARKING areas are on- decals to car pools then according to

decals except areas A and B. at their current : Jennings, Reid. Yulee, Broward- campus parking are regulated by a .UF faculty designation..
said the
price. Rawlings and Mallory. They can also only be employe checking car decals as they enter Wattleworth recommendations
were an answer to the University Senate's
Former Traffic Court Chief Justice Bruce request that the Parking and Transportation
Singer asked that all dorm parking decals Committee devise a plan to make it easier for
cost $15 next year. "These are student (faculty to find parking spaces on campus.
'Superstars'compet residences end they shouldn't be penalized THE RECOMMENDATIONS will be

because of where they live," he said. presented to the University. Senate for approval -
The committee voted against a proposal to Friday.
in benefit meetBy make reserved 4ombstone" spaced voluntaryat All recommendations must be signed by
cancer a high price, or to increase their current Vice President "of Administrative Affairs
price. "Tombstones" are parking spaces witha William Elmore before becoming law.
person's name on them. Currently only UF Elmore said he "would have to.wait and see
FAYE BALLOON CONTESTANTS WILL be divided into president, vice-president, college deans and what the University Senate does with the
Alligator Staff Writer five categories: varsity men, general student handicapped faculty are eligible for "tomb- recommendations and also.talk to the
men. varsity women general student women stone" 'spaces. chairmah of the(Parking and Transportation)
'The American Cancer Society and the UF and representatives from the university "TOMBSTONE" PARKING spaces in all committee" before he makes any decisions.

Athletic Association,will, sponsor the first community.The I' .
annual Gator Superstars competition Fridayand contestants will choose five events out '
Saturday., The event is designed to of seven. The events are: 50-yard dash, free Flat rate tor ,tags nixed. I Iof

determine UFs best overall athlete.READS'. style swimming, eight game set of tennis, 100- -
yard dash, 440-yard run. shot put, football The House Appropriations Committee a bill calling for rebates of$3 or more when
passing for men, softball throw for women, yesterday rejected a proposal to set a flat rate transferring automobile registration to a
.. and a mandatory obstacle course. of $24 for automobile license plates. smaller vehicle.
Swimming will take place Friday at 7 p.m. House Transportation Committee Jones said the theoretical purpose of the
at Florida Pool. Tennis will be held Saturdayat Chairman C. Fred Jones. D-Auburndale, said nat rate fee was'to offer relief to low income
REDRESSUF's 8 a.m. on the varisty courts, and the proposal was rejected because it offeredno families who could afford only large secondhand .

preliminaries will be held at 1 p.m. at Florida incentive for consumers to purchase automobiles.. '
research programs have had .their .Track. economical'cars. However Jones. said the "poor family
funds increased from $18 million t to $32 THE FINALS TAKE place Sunday at 1 argument" ,was "a,lunch:) .of nlalarky. With
million, not the' Division of Sponsored p.m.'at the Florida track and awards will be "To me, this is a Cadillac relief act" Jones the price of gas going up poor low income
Research (DSR) as stated in Monday's paper. presented to the winners of each division.All said. "It would have increased the cost of families are switching to smaller can as well
The DSR administers UF's money to the license plates for small car owners up to 48 as middle class families"

various research programs. The DSR receives events, except for the finals, are open to per cent." Jones said the provision would place an
about $500,000 "seed" money for research. the public without charge. A dollar donation The nat fee provision sponsored by the "unfair burden" on people who are trying to
The Alligator regrets the error. ,:is required to attend the finals. Committee of Finance and Tax was to be part conserve gas.

I Vis iting prof Lerner working on new book at UFBy I

LINDA WISNIEWSKI Massachusetts. detente with China and Russia," Lerner said.
.Alligator Staff Writer "IIENRY KISSINGER would have been a student of mineif "DETENTE HAS TWO functions it paves the way for
I had decided to stay at Harvard," he said. the equilibrium: and it creates trust and maybe entente," he
Columnist,editor, professor world-famous author and now Lerner said he is also working on a book, titled "The said.
visiting professor at UF 72-year-old Max Lerner has doneit Passion of the Republic" that will examine various aspects of Lerner then went on to give his analysis of Kissinger's
all. American policy. policies.
The columnist tor the New York Post is currently teaching During one humanities class session, Lerner discussed his "Kissinger believes that at the present moment we should
three U.S. civilization" classes at UF this quarter and said he theories on Kissinger's foreign policy that would'appear in his give Russia more than they give us. U.S. corporations are

"likes it very much. new book. building plants in the Soviet Union and we're giving the
LERNER ALSO WAS a visiting professor at UF last year "KISSINGER WANTS to put together a foreign policy Russians the blueprints for these plants. Russia can't give
and although he has taught at several California universities, that will establish a workable equilibrium between great
anything to us because they don't have anything Lerner
he admits there is "something different" about UF students. powers. His trips to Peking. and Moscow were made in an
"The University of Florida is the only large southern effort to bring about this equilibrium," Lerner said. said.LERNER ADMITS his theories rationale ofKissinger's
are "my
university I've taught at. 1 find among the students an interesting Lerner then went to the blackboard and wrote the words
policies" but said he has talked with Kissinger
combination of a greater degree of warmth and "hostility, "detente," "entente" and "alliance." his
concerning interpretation of the state's
and 'real intellectual drive Lerner said. the four world secretary
openness "These are stages .a power goes through policies.
Lerner has also been a columnist for the Los Angeles Times while establishing a relationship with other countries. Detente
and taught at both Harvard' and Brandeis 'University in and entente are the most crucial (stages). We now have Lerner said. generally agrees with my interpretation




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termination of interim faculty members and was concernedthat JAMES ALLISON
a faculty member claiming discrimination would have to .'. .officers must have dean's respect

go through him in effect challenging his decision, for a TheScienceol

remedy.UP DIRECTOR of Personnel Robert Button said the Internationalparade Creative Intelligence

officer "can't be the last authority like a dean, but since you
have to get the line officer (dean or supervisor) to change his festivalat '
mind the officer should be as close to the top man as ,
possible." ;

Allison commented,"The officer must both understand the '

department and command the respect of the dean." UF this weekInternational w, .'t

No criteria were applied to selection of college-level officers. Q

Departmental officers are designated in the plan as the Week, sponsored annually by the Council of .

department chairperson. International Organizations, will present various activities F
ALLISON ALSO stressed the need for the officer to devote this week in promotion of its theme of "International !
time to insuring all the processes are monitored to forestall Brotherhood."

discrimination. The highlight of the program "The Night of Nations" a

Interim Dean of Architecture and Fine Arts Joseph cultural performance by amateur singers and dancers, will be "For full coordination of
held Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Medical Science Building
Sabatella raised the question of late notification of departments

of positions open for next year. Auditorium.Today, at 10:30: a.m., a parade will leave the International body, mind, and environment."

"What if Academic Affairs calls us September 15 and tellsus center for the Plaza of the Americas where an exhibition of I
we have a position open?" he asked. international sports will start at 11:30 a.m. Transcendental Meditation
"HOW DO WE fulfill affaimirmative action guidelinesfor Also today at 8 p.m., Dr. Yasushi Sugtyama director of the UCTURS-

advertising when we have to put a teacher in the Japan Foundation Office in Washington, D.C. will lecture on TONIGHT WED. MAY U 8 PM

classroom the first day of school?" "United States-Japanese Cultural Relations" in Room 349 of Santa Fe C. C. West ((723 W. University Ave)
the J. Reitz Union.
Former Affirmative Action Coordintor Dr. Dorothy Nevill Wayne Rm 220 Free All Welcome
listed several choices for filling the position. The Bahai association will sponsor a public reception for INTERNATIONAL.MfOTATION SOCIETY 140 NW Mi. ST.
UF alumni immediately after the .
program. 377.SIMS 37*1743
"Let student teach it, double or
a graduate some faculty
Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., an arts and crafts displaywill
members (add another class to their schedule) or combinesome
be held on the union colonnade.At .
sections she
suggested. 8 p.m., Ms. International will be named at fashion showin

"But the university cannot fill any full-time positions with the union ballroom. Think. the STORKIs
permanent appointments without advertising to meet affirmative The final events on Saturday include a 1 p.m. showing in

action guidelies. Nevill emphasized. the union auditorium of the Indian movie"36 Hours." coming? .



By TOM VEENSTRA Please make reservations- for the 9 p.m. Thursday dinner by R.R ;.a J
Alligator Staff Writer Wednesday ($2.25)).
JACK McGRIFF:, Regent Jack McGrif will be guest FASHION SHOW.. The Council of International
speaker at the United Faculty of Florida's meeting 7:30 p.m. Organizations will present an International Fashion Show
Thursday at the University Women's Cub on Newherry Thursday night at 8 in the union ballroom. Admission is free.
Road. The public is invited. ART EXHIBITION There will be an "Arts of the World"
ELECTION COMMISSION All interested students are exhibition from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. at the union collonade. Y
invited to attend the next'meeting of the Student Election TORAH! TORAHS TORAH! The Hillel Foundation invites

Commission Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in room 336 J. Wayne you to attend an all-night Torah Marathon Thursday from 9
Reitz Union. p.m. to 6:30: a.nuINTERNATIONAL
PRE-VETERINARY CLUB The UF Pre-Veterinary Club RECEPTION A reception featuring'

will present a guest speaker from McDill Air.Force Base on 'International Folkdanc ng, a slide and music show and
"Military Careers in Medicine." tonight at 7 in room 211 in refreshments will be held tonight at 8:45: p.m. in room 349 of
the Mechanical Engineering building the union.

COME TOGETHER WUFTs "Come Together":programon SET SAIL The Gator- Sail Club will meet to select new officers .
Channel S will feature Larry Weisner of Project Share at 7:30: p.m. tonight room 363 of the union.

Vietnamese Refugees,tonight at 11 and Saturday at 5:30 p.m. CIRCLE Kt Circle K Club will meet Thursday night May 6 in
SEX "Sexual Pleasure in Marriage" will be a program rooms ISO C and D of the union.

presented at the Center for Married Students Thursday, 7:30 SPEAKER Dr. Erich Farber will speak on "Solar Energy
p.m. at 1320 W. University 'Ave. Resources"tonight at 7 in room 239 Larsen Hall.))
OPEN HOUSE The Student Services Open House is today YOGI BARE-EDi There will be a free lecture on Transcendental
from 2'pjti. to 4 p.m., room 129 Tigert Hall. All students and Meditation tonight at 8 at Santa Fe Community W.'lltellyou for

faculty are invited. College West,723 W. University Ave., in room 220.. Anyone
EARTH WEEK ACTIVITIES. The Environmental Action interested in welcome.DIPLOMACY sure if it Is-

Group will present Dr. Stewart Udall speaking on "The NIGHT The UF Combat Club presents
Energy Crisis, real or imaginary?" tonight at 8 in the Union "Diplomacy Night" at 7 p.m. tonight in room 347 of the
north lawn. Earth week events for Thursday include a tour of union.

the Solar House by electric bus leaving at 3 p.m. in front of ENGINEERING COUNCIL The Benton Engineering The CornerDrug
the Union a seminar on environmental approaches to urban Council will meet at 7:30: p.m. Thursday to discuss budget
planning with Dr. James Heaney at 1 p.m. in room 122 of the allocations. The meeting will'be held in room 300 of Weil

Union, and an Earth Week camp out meeting at 8 p m. in Hall. Store
room 304 of the Union. STUDENT SUPPER The University United Methodists will
SHAVUOUS SERVICES Shavuous holiday services begin at have a Student Supper at 6 p.m. tonight at '1320 W.

;8 p.m. Thursday at the Hillel Foundation f 6 NW 18th St. un'ncrsuy. Axe. A SI donti9f1' 'requested.' ;XvV'VS ;; : 378-1588.. .
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DEBBIE IBERT utilization of their facilities. This contract was authorized by an act of the legislature
Alligator Staff Writer 'The bill also provides for continuous evaluation of the McArthur said, but there's no specification: in the law that
unfulfilled needs of the SUS, including education, research, other contracts between private and public institutions can be
State universities may be able to relieve their overcrowding- public service, what facilities are required to meet these made.
unde funding problems by contracting with private collegesfor needs, and which institutions in the state can best provide Another reason for the bill, he added is to promote good
the use of space and facilities.A such facilities. working relationships between public and private universities.
bill by Rep. Clark Maxwell, R-Melbourne, would allow ALLOWING THE Board of Regents to contract with CONTRACTING PROVIDES a "nice clean
public, universities to rent classroom space in private in- private institutions for the use of facilities will enable the arrangement" for state schools to use badly-needed facilities
stitutions. university system to provide its students with programs they don't have, and for private colleges to make money on
THE BOARD of Regents also would be authorized to currently not available, without having to build new facilitieson 'space and facilities which may go unused otherwise."
contract with Florida's private, colleges and universities for state universities.Asst. McArthur said.According .
the use of educational programs which the State University Vice Chancellor for Administrative Affairs Steve to Sansom, the bill limits contract amounts so
System (SUS) does not offer. McArthur explained "It makes sense not to build a new that the state will not be paying private schools to expand
That way. Maxwell's legislative aide Dixie Sansom explained medical school when the state can contract with a private their campuses.
SUS students would be able to participate in private institution." "The money could not go for capital outlay,"she said.
programs and private institutions would be assured full For example McArthur said, the state now subsidizes part BEFORE MAKING ANY contracts the SUS would haveto
.:r .. ;.aJ "" of the educational costs of Florida students at the private demonstrate sufficient student interest and need for private
University of Miami with a grant of$10,000 I per student. programs Sansom added.
INSTEAD OF OPENING a public medical school the The bill has passed out of the Senate Education Committeeand
state contracts with UM to pay part of the cost of educating a companion bill in the house is now in the ap-
Florida students as doctors. propriations committee.

Financial disclosure deadline 'I

i extended while .law is clarified

By STUART EMMRJCH be overwhelmed with paperwork," Gordon said.
I a Alligator Staff Writer AMONG THE OFFICIALS who 'are, required to file
financial.: disclosure: forms is UF President. Robert Q. Mar-
The deadline for Florida public officials to file their
.,'II- financial disclosure forms has been extended until July 15. ston.The law also applies to elected and appointed officers: in the
.1. The state senate passed a bill to extend the deadline from state government and candidates for various political offices.:
J Jt .. this Thursday because measure being considered by the The 1974 law one of Gov. Reubin Askew's major legislative
legislature may change some of the law's requirements.SETH priorities that year requires the officials to list the sources of
t$ .GORDON, an aide to Sen. Kenneth Myers, who income composing more than 10 per cent: of their gross in-
proposed the extension, said the changes are mainly technicalones come. The law does not require dollar 'amounts.
ti consisting of some clarification: of the language and A member of the Gainesville Policeman's Retirement
"defining more sharply what the law actually means." Board of Trustees recently resigned from his post because of
Gordon said one of the changes being considered is, to his objections: to the law.,
exempt some of the "thousands" of advisory boards that Lonnie Thompson resigned in a letter to Gainesville Mayor
"meet only once or twice a year and don't really do anything." Neil Butler. The letter was read at Monday's city: commission
"If we had to go through everyone of their forms, we would meeting.

Winnie won't give endorsementFormer I

Gainesville city commission candidate Ann Winnie "I I might have gotten into the runoff if more students had
said she will not endorse either Group two run-off candidate: voted. I should have tried to get more people out to voteshesaid.
Aaron Green or Ted Williams. .
--- _un Winnie, who missed making the runoff by 97 votes, said she Group two candidates Al Muzell and James Hyland also
photo by lorry grossman would "stay neutral" in the May 20 runoff election. have said they will not endorse either of the runoff candidates.
UF's pest control auxilliary 'cleared the Spessard "I 1 don't think it would be proper for me to endorse anyone,
Holland Law School Tuesday of' its number one health and 1 really don't think it would make that much difference Senate interviews 'set
she said.
hazard, wasps. anyway
UF entomology student Mike said the nests were Winnie said she was not discouraged'and would seek Interviews to fill six vacancies: in the Student Senate will be
another political post sometime in the future. conducted Thursday.
and number after last
expanding in size years "I 1 haven't lost my enthusiasm. I had a lot of fun with the Prospective senators will be interviewed Thursday at 3:30
spraying and were creating a health hazard. campaign and I will run again, for what office I'm not sure," p.m. in room 347'on' the third floor of J.Wayne,Reitz Union.
Takosh ascended telescoping air lift to douse the Winnie said.Winnie The vacant: seats are for Corry Village, Diamond-Schucht,
,nests with deoxidized kerosene. The chemical kills the said she was disappointed with the low student the College of Health-Related Professions,and three from off-
wasps but harmless to humans. turnout. campus.


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I: City opposes unpaid U water bill IBy |

JUDY MOORE IF UF DOESN'T pay,the increase, the cityis before the senate today.
Alligator Staff Writer obligated to make up the difference BUTLER, WHO leaves office May 22. saidit
following a 1955 Florida, Supreme Court was unfortunate they could not meet with
The Gainesville city commission, meetingfor decision. the legislators before the bill was decided by

the last time under the gavel of Mayor Neil City Manager B. Harold Farmer reported a the senate. '
Butler expressed strong opposition to UF's, Gainesville delegation of city officials,wouldbe "We should meet with' the legislative
refusal to pay increased water rates Monday unable to meet with state, legislators to members even i if the bill is passed.
for revisions
night. discuss the issue until Thursday morning dueto will go to conference afterward
UF's bill was raised from 26 cents per 1,000 schedule conflicts. and we might still be able to be of some influence -

gallons to 52 cents per 1,000 gallons March An,appropriations bill,limiting UF's water ," he said.
Commissioner Joseph
31. allocation to 31'/i cents per 1,000 gallons, goes Newly re-elected
Little said If UF does not pay the increase it b
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could mean a two-thirds-mill property tax 3
increase tor the residents of Gainesville.
"THERE'ARE TOO many burdens on the
people of Gainesville. We should go up to
Tallahassee and lay our cards on the table," 1

Little said.
Little questioned the actual amount of '
water used in 1904 as compared to the We should meet with the

amount used now. delegation even if the bill
Utilities director Robert Roundtree said the
amount had multiplied more than 1,000 fold is passed.'

since then.. Neil Butlerany
3 3s "UF USES eight to nine hundred million
s gallons of water a year now. It used about 3 other state university towns" he said.
f hundred million gallons per year in 1955 In other action the commission passed int
when the Supreme Court ruling was made law the Gainesville anti-discrimination or|
and probably less than one million gallons a dinance. The ordinance would prohibi
year back in 1904" Roundtree said. discrimination in employment housin
Commissioner Russell Ramsey told a short public accommodations credit aad ad
history of Gainesville's problem, calling on vertising due to sex. race age marital statu
citizens to put pressure on the.legislature. or natural origin.
Ramsey ,said in 1904 the people of The commission also passed an otdinanc
Gainesville offered free water to UF if it authorizing the issuance of SI9.5 millio

would locate in Gainesville. electric water and sewer revenue bondas
,'' "THEY WERE expecting about 100 young well as a $1.25 million public improvement
men, not a sub-city of'28,000 that we now bond.
have," Ramsey said. The'commission' will not meet again i
photo by andy n wmon Ramsey said in 1955 the Florida Supreme regular Monday night session until June
I Court ruled Gainesville was still obligated to The May 19 meeting was cancelled becaus
Naylor art to be unveiledA supply UF with free water. some commissioners will be attending th
"The Florida Supreme Court is not well American Public Power Association con
known for its good decisions. The state is vention. May 26 is Memorial Day.
contemporary sculpture will be unveiledin the west entrance facade to Grinter Hall. really taking advantage of an obsolete law" The commission will meet May 22 at 10:4:
the University Gallery reflecting pool Both sculptures were obtained through Ramsey said.Commissioner. to finish loose ends and adjourn permanently!
Thursday at 8 p.m. grants from the Museum Purchase plan of the James Richardson termedthe A newly reorganized city commission wi!
The abstract steel structure is the second National Endowment for the Arts "
current law an "archaic concept. convene at noon the same,day with the tw
constructed on campus by J,Geoffrey Naylor Washington, D.C. "IT IS ERRONEOUS to think that the newly elected commissioners taking office t
UF associate professor of art. The public is invited to a reception in the people of Gainesville should support the help select a new mayor-commissioner
Another stainless steel relief by Naylor is on gallery after the unveiling.SWING university. They don't do it in Tallahassee or luncheon will follow.

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struggle against the confines of a rural English mining i
town and its rigidly classed layers of society. Around
them D.H. Lawrence weaves one of his best studies of -
sexual uneasiness and doubt. Glenda Jackson won the
Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in 1

this film., Also starring. Oliver Reed, Alan Bates, and ? t
,Jennie Linden. ,
THURS., MAY 15 6:30; 9:30 r
The Astair-Rogers dance partnership moves '
faster than ever in this film about a dancer, who' }
likes gambling more than saving money and ,

marries the wrong girl. This feature ,includes

such songs as "The ,Way You Look Tonight",and, International Women's Year
"A Fine Romance.''But the most exciting dance Film Festival

routine is the exhilarating "Bojangles of Thursday, May 15 Room 123, JWRU

Harlem" (a tribute to the worlds greatest tap After the first showing of "Women In Love" there will L. small
dancer, Bill Robinson) during which Astair doesa grOup discussion coaled Fhe Images< of Women In Twentieth a

tap solo before three silhouettes which usually Movies and Uterature." The discussion will be led by Century .

keep time with him but occassionaly step out on Dr. Barrie Straus, English Dept. .
Dr. William Chlldere, .
their own.' Dept. ,"t
Sue Ellen Wlndle, Graduate;Stud.nt \'b

WHX, /MAY 14 7:00; 9:30 The discussion i Is free and open to the public. Refreshment+
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Students eye., reqents'' w': : board seat I

Alligator By DEBBIE Staff IBERT Writer continued, "but their minds are made up by several. regents debate Issues and develop presidents can attend committee; meetingsnow
the time they come to the meetings." policies to recommend t to the board. if they choose, but having them as voting
the Suggestions for increasing student in McGriff objected to the notion regents members is "not.,a,good;idea," because'the
Expressing student
Board of Regents point is of view at a fluence, on the board have picked up. little already have their minds made up when,they students would, "act.'as' regents.1 ,
'"beating' head meeting ,sometimes like support from the regents. go, into a board meeting, but admitted individual STUDENTS DO have a lot'' of'Inp t as
your against a brick wall, "Students already have all the input they regents "might reach,a decision' in ''policies, are formulated, Mautz said., He
according 'one student "
Alexia to representative. need, Regents'Chairman Marshall' Criser their' own minds on certain issues. pointed out,some student presidents sit on ad
Hart president of the Council, of said, referring to the council of student "THE TOTAL BOARD does not intoa hoc committees and any student can'attend .a
Student Presidents
I Body ; said she finds it presidents. "Students are heard on committee meeting any .time and give ,his
"very difficult' to be every meetings its mind made up as a cohesive .
persuasive when the subject they want to be heard on." unit," McGriff insisted.A point'of view. .
regents already have their minds made up." The council is a "very effective group," he "We have a democratic process in as much,
THE COUNCIL, composed of the 'great believer in student input. SUS "
nine added, and "very helpful to the regents. as you can ,in a university system. Mautz
student Chancellor Robert Mautz said, "1 think its
body presidents from each state UF STUDENT
Body President Jim Eaton said. "We have a good system for (student)
university is the only organized group believes student presidents could be, "a whole true that by the time they appear at a regents input now." *
representing students before the regents at ,lot more effective if webecame part 'of the meeting some policies have already been Criser also disagreed with putting studentson
their formulated. ..and ( decisions)
monthly meetings. decision-making process." they policy : may regents committees.
To improve the effectiveness of student Eaton suggested putting, one' student be fairly,difficult to upset ,at. that point." "Conceptually doesn't make sense to
representation, student presidents look president on each of the regents committees Mautz.; who originated the council of have someone voting on regents- committee.
hopefully toward bills in the legislature which with full voting rights. student presidents six years ago, said student who is not a regent" Criser said.'
would put students on the board, and some "If we're..to be effective, we have to be
have suggested putting one SG president on involved as things develop. It's too late after
f 'Bitch Box'we// used I
each of the nine regents committees.A the (committee) meetings when you stand up
bill by Sen. Jack Gordon, D-Miami to speak and try to change someone's mind," - - --
which places three students on the board, and Eaton said.REGENT. By PATTI Rom ODK answers the questions'by mail or phoneor
another' bill by Rep. Bill Nelson: 'I)- MARSHALL HARRIS said. Alligator Staff Writer in some cases: refers the individual directlyto
Melbourne,providing for one student regent, "Student input into the committees would be someone 'who 'can answer the question
have glided through' legislative committee; delightful." ,better.
and are now awaiting debate on the house and His only reservation about the idea, he said, 'Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) Honor Common' complaints include overcrowded
senate floor. is one student on one committee will see onlya Fraternity Program has received hundreds of classes, the rising educational costs, yet lower
'"WE'RE (the president's council) aiming "small part"'of the issues_ concerning the "bitches" this quarter. ,quality of education, and the absence of air
J our thrust at the legislature right now, Hart dmiversity system.Gainesville Rick. Nutter ODK, president, is "well conditioning.,
said. The Florida Student Lobby,which was Regent Jack McGriff not only'. pleased" with this response to the "Bitch The complaints .are compiled and will be
I established by the council has already i influenced liked(the idea of having students on the regents Boxes",set up early in'April. evaluated. 'A.''task force will be' formed to.
. the passage of Gordon's bill by the, committees but suggested including the ,"BITCH, XES," funded and staffed by ",,'lte action"on the,"strong issues" or issues
I ,Senate Education Committee she added. chairman of each university's faculty senateas ODK, ,are open, complaints, suggestions, which receive many complaints Nutter.said.
Why concentrate on the legislature and not 'a,voting member. and questions relating to UF: Some complaints! ,will be presented to the
the regents? "IN MY OPINION, having ,student Most of the questions and comments:ate persons or organizations. to whom they are
"Well, you can see how effective we are at presidents on committees' would be more sincere.. Nutter said, however there are a' few directed, he said., #
the Board of Regents meetings," Hart answered effective (than, a student regent.a) : better that are obscene. Currently "Bitch Boxes" are located ,at
dryly, just ,after the board passed a ,voice in the decision-making: process" The "bitches": are usually in the form of 'Library East Library ,West Matherly Hall
mandatory ;summer enrollment policy over McGriff said. questions. or complaints: Nutter explained. Hume Hall, 'and Graham Area. '
the objections of student leaders. At,the regents committees, which ,usually 'THE QUESTIONS usually relate,to areas Nutter said more boxes will beset up if the.
"THEY TOLERATE our comments" she meet the Sunday before the full board meets, pf university policy, such as.- registration.. demand calls for them.. '

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Arts and Sciences.

b by''the'' Division' Information f / A AhtbKcttiont SaturdayFlorida's Merger.. Endorsed
l .Servlcti commin-", ,,,..,. Set For
The committee also stated that it
bIt o/TK/ c notices/ d import", *! The six-member Academic Affairs Advi--
"information, ( to "tludtntt/ f faculty"'4 sory Committee (AAAC) has notified Vice "strongly feels( ) that departmental mer--
null,at, the( I'11I"1101'" ; f Florida. long-planned first College of when groundbreaking ceremonies will be President Robert A. Bryan that the group gers other than those resulting from the
Veterinary Medicine-the nation's' 20th-will held on the University of Florida campus to M rw..., w, FA favors merging University College and the mergers of Arts and Sciences and Univer--
take its biggest step yet Saturday, May 17, begin construction of a $$10.5 million College of Arts and Sciences and then sity College..should not be performed
teaching hospital. division into two Colleges: Biological and unless they are academically efficient and
N\ Authorized by the legislature in 1965, the Physical\ Sciences and Social Sciences and do not cause a deterioration of either
college will' admit its first class of 40 fRr Humanities.The department. Simply stated, combinations!
94 Q1U ; students in 1976. The following fall a full committee was reacting to a or abolishments of departments should not
class of 80 will be admitted and the "talking plan" for academic reorganization ,be performed at this time unless such
teaching hospital will be ready for use. circulated by interim assistant Vice- actions were in progress prior to this
U''r'' tf, r rJHM basic sciences building, to ""
A veterinary President for Academic Affairs Gene time.
@) be constructed as an annex to the J. Hillis Hemp. Its report of April 26 was signed by Specifically,the committee opposes "tal-
Miller Health Center, is due to be J.D. Winefordner, chemistry, chairman; king plan" mergers of anthropology with
( Heath Cente t ,. completed two years later. The teaching J. Ronnie Davis, economics; Alex E.S. geography; germanic and Slavic languagesand
rU.,,1 U''r'i'trljly'!'''' hospital is across the street from the Health Green, physics and astronomy; Woodrow literatures with romance languagesand
? t 9e 1,1 Center near the Gainesville VA Hospital. W. McPherson, food and resource economics literatures; religion with philosophy; ,
1,,'. tn "Sharing g facilities and being able to 7,r'w' gm 'rtk'b' ; Frederick N.Rhines,;'engineering; advertising with public relations; engi '
t exchange information first-hand has saved and Wendell Stainsby, physiology.The neering sciences with mechanical engi-. -
the state at least $$10 million to get the committee also expressed oppositionto neering; and civil engineering with environmental -
1 1 1tl college open," said Dr. Charles E. Cornelius the "talking plan" suggestion of an engineering sciences.
who was appointed dean of the college I Institute t for. Science and Technology.y, The AAAC said its plan is not motivatedby
in 1971. Cornelius also pointed out that the which would merge engineering and the budget savings "although most likely it
1 1 Veterln cry Ho Its 1 animal teaching hospital is on the edge of THIS IS THE ARTIST'S' OF THE $$10.5 MILLION TEACHING HOSPITAL physical sciences. The committee's' report would require less administration than now
p Teachhq one of the University's' livestock farms for FOR tERING OF VETERINARY MEDICINE would also reject the "talking plan" utilized In the Colleges of Arts and Sciences
the Institute of Food and Agricultural proposal of College of Biological Sci and University College." The committee
Sciences.The ences; College of Humanities, Fine and suggested that an assistant dean would be
groundbreaking ceremonies will be million per year to diseases and parasitesin a t 1200 diseases of animals that are multimillion-dollar thoroughbred horse Performing Arts; and College of Social needed to monitor teaching functions now
This is the locator map for the teaching r 1 \\\\00\\ held in the Institute's' Livestock Pavilion in food animals and that the college will mitted to man and that the college's' racing interests in adjacent Marion Coun-- Sciences. The report did acknowledge that being performed in University College. It
hospital for the College of Veterinary 1 L Ivesto pa'4 sight of the hospital construction site, focus on these problems. relationship with the University's/' ty.Cornelius fine and performing arts could be combined proposed a dean for the two colleges of
Medicine. Groundbreaking ceremonies \ u beginning at 10:30: a.m. Participants will "Five major diseases account for approximately 4th Center and the VA Hospital will said two other strong em- with the College of Social Sciencesand Biological and Physical Sciences and
Saturday will be held In the livestock \ \ include Commissioner of Agriculture DoyleE. 35 per cent of the protein loss ile cooperative research.Close cooper- phases will be part of the framework of the Humanities, but added, "our committee Social Sciences and Humanities, but no
paviUon.. i .Conner, Chancellor- esignate E.T. York, in food animals," Cornelius said. "In a 4 i will also be maintained between the new college: ((1)) humane treatment of did not feel strongly on this matter." provost over the two.
UF President Robert Marston, Board of world facing starvation it is imperative ge;e and the University's' Cornelius animals demands healthy animals and ((2)) The report stated no opposition to the The "talking plan"" reorganization proposal
Regents Vice-Chalrman James Gardener, that research be intensified." erbilt Whitney Laboratory for Marine research is essential for the preservation of "talking plan" proposal for continuation ofa was initially presented to the AAAC,
Senator Robert Saunders, State Rep. Cornelius'also pointed out that there are arch at Marineland and with the endangered species. College of Architecture and a merged which is elected by the Senate, for its
Wayne Mixson, Florida Veterinary Medi College of Education, Health and Recreation reaction, and has since been widely
Faculty Termination cal Association President Standish Piper, distributed through''' the Council of Aca-

pre-veterinary student club president demic Deans."Sexual.

Policy Hearing June 1The 1 Also in attendance will be an estimated PleasuringIn
150 ,to 200 veterinarians'from throughoutthe :
state.They will be in the middle of their E Economics P'of' Supplies Student DemandsThe Marriage" Panel
personnel committee of the Board of Regents will conduct a public hearing 18th annual Florida Conference for Veter--
Sunday, June 1, in Fort Lauderdale on two matters affecting faculty members: inarians being held on campus. Planned ThursdayThe
1.A proposed policy on termination of faculty if the state's' financial condition ever Everybody in attendance who desires following.story Is reprinted from the a tirade against the Arabs.
necessitates such action. will be able to shovel dirt as part of the April %25th edition of the Tampa Tribune: After succinctly explaining the implica-- University Center for Married
2. Revisions to tenure policies containing language that might be interpreted as groundbreaking and for good reason. Dean Economics 201, with the tions of the new Arab power, "Humphrey" Students and Student Families will presenta
being sexually biased.Recommended Cornelius said that the building contractor, title of "Basic Economics," Is remarked the Arabs "simply have too big a free program, "Sexual Pleasuring in
policies are 'available from Dr. Melvin L. Sharpe, associate Graham Construction Co. of Orlando, will all business administration and piece of the pie." Marriage" at 7:30: p.m. Thursday, at 1320
directQr of SUS Personnel and Faculty Relations, 107 West Gaines St., Tallahassee.Dr. mark off a trench that needs to be dug for a students at the University of Florida.Its !! ) Students in the auditorium were aston West University Avenue in the University
Sharpe is also the man to contact to be placed on the agenda for the public service line. textbook is a far cry from the / ished when a costumed Arab ran onto stage Methodist Church Lounge. ,.\
hearing.The The 100,000-square-foot, teaching hospitalwill Seller List. and plogged a whipped-cream pie directlyinto A panel composed of health educators
termination policy was ordered drafted by the Board of Regents with its consist of one main building housing But students wouldn't' think of the professor's' face. Dr. Bryan Smith, Ms. Lynn Beckermanand
expressed hope "that the policy will never need to be utilized." offices and classrooms for the college and a David Denslow's' Economics 201 ,...., Surprise also blossomed in another Ms. Joyce Lewis; Dr. Bob Fannin,
The public hearing will be the day before the regular monthly BOR meeting. It is small animal clinic, plus two smaller The 32-year-old professor, a .- r rI session that wasn't' quite as messy, but was minister of University Methodist Church;'
hoped the two policy matters will be considered by the entire board at that meeting. clinics, one for large animals and one for Tampa's' Hillsborough High School, equally celebritystudded.Denslow and Dr.. Ann Lynch, marriage counselor at
Both the public meeting and the Board meeting will be in the Hilton Hotel. food animals. devised some techniques to hold was trying to prove some points Student Mental Health, will discuss .the
When students start graduating from the students'' interest. about supply and demand and was using human need for touching,and Master's' and
college in 1979, they will help narrow the Like the day "President Ford" Queen Elizabeth's' endorsement of tulips as Johnson's' techniques of "pleasuring" as
gap between the national average of 14 "Hubert Humphrey"just happened to I her favorite flower to make his points well as the responsibilities and value .of
Career Service veterinarians sexual communication in the context of
per 100,000, population and in on the class. .z clearer.He .
Florida's' 12 to 100,000, Cornelius'said. Denslow opened the class by explained that the price of tulips, as college marriage. Small group,discussionswill
1 1I The former dean of veterinary medicineat he well as the demand, sprouted astronomically follow.
was "not for lecture,
Kansas State University said the college luckily two prepared a when she endorsed them. Then, when Babysitting will be provided at the Baby
I "will make many other contributions to the and distinguished guests the monarch decided she didn't' like tulips Gator Nursery. For information, call the
state and mankind in general." He saidthat their campus have consented' to .. J Jj' anymore, both price and demand wilted. Center at 377-8125 or Dean Bob Burrell at
economic the class.
H t Florida agriculture' loses about $$100 Denslow walked policies off to the class Employ, With that, Denslow reached behind him, 3921261.

changed his coat and returned to grabbed an armload of fresh, honest-to- Exit Interviews For
lecture j' gosh tulips and threw them at his audience.
with his Ford ,
began impersonation' x tli Iv' .. Dramatic? Maybe. Corny? Perhaps. But Graduates with Loans
9 "Good students. It's '
SUS Academic Programs to "Dr. Denslow and his Bus. Ad. Show" is
Ag Technician n -High School, plus two course in respiratory therapy, plus three Florida here at the University of Miami, one of the hottest -and most effectively Graduating Seniors who have a National

years experience. Salary: $$6,222., years experience. Salary: $$9,792., Workshop ScheduledThe Florida State" University, uh, taught -courses on campus. Defense,; Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry,
Engineering Technician.High School Respiratory Therapist U -Completion of ::1 );. Denslow, who earned his doctorate in Cuban, S.A.F.E. or University of f lortQa'
plus five years experience. Salary: $$9,894., course in ,respiratory therapy, plus four program and communications Then the "President" launched a .', '" economics at Yale, contends he always long-term- loan, must complete an exist
Farm Manager- Degree in agriculture, years experience. Salary: $$10,314., mittee of the Board of Regents will hold com- des.serious discussion. of bis economic" pd dhis lO /I : wanted to teach and never wanted to be an interview prior to graduation. All student
plus three years experience.Salary: $$9,333.>, Respiratory Therapist m -Completionof workshop meeting on the analysis of a But not totally serious. As he actor, but admits to being "somewhat of a receivables and short term loan accounts
' Keypunch Operator- 10th grade,plus six course in respiratory therapy, plus four academic programs in the State University f :way through complex explanations, ham." must be brought-up-to-date prior to grad-
months experience. Salary: $5,762.$ yean experience,and eligible for registration System and role and d scope study Friday orgetf ulness was punctuated with "Most effective teachers probably have uation.Failure to do so will prevent releaseof
Lab Machinist Mechanic n-High School Salary: $$11,609.Upbobterer May%Z3 3,at 10 a.m at the Host Airport Inn .in,;, slaps to his forehead. ham tendencies," says the economist. "I'll' diplomas and transcripts.
plus four years experience. Salary: $$8,498., Tampa. The public is invited. Finally, forgetting he was eating DAVID DENSLOW probably calm down as I get a little older, Exit interviews may be completed at the
Medical Technologist I Degree in medi-- -High school,plus two years A copy of the agenda may be obtained b by icon cream cone. to make him look Al- Which Hand Held the Cone but I hope not.'Scholarly explanations of Student Depository between 9 a.m. and 4 .'..
cal technology and Florida state license.: experience. Salary: $$6,451., writing the corporate a secretary, Florida y late boyish hm h; slapped" a scoop of II coats and began his Hubert Humphrey economic controversy can be dull,dull,dull p.m. weekdays. Payments on accounts
Salary: $8,498.Respiratory$ Upholsterer Sllpervltor.HIgh.. school Board of Regents, 107 W. Gaines St.! Fun chip right In the middle! o of his routine complete with the senator's's and I simply want to make the material may be processed between 9 a.m. and 3:30:
Therapist I Completion oft plus four years experience. Salary: $$6,973, Tallahassee. knew ?exactly Sure, but how everyone Ford feels in the about class I '\ "gosh, golly, gee" down-t-*arthness and come alive." p.m.

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word. got out ,that 24-year-old anthropology *
major George Dreckmann had been 1'

living nearly a month in ,the University of -
Wisconsin'library everyone wanted to'know, how '
he did it.Dreckmann. ,.
who had been sacking out in the I!
stuffed chairs of.the 24-hour, day library had a

simple reply.
"The university is.very capable of supportinglife
on a reasonable basis."
Some',of us were beginning to wonder if.UF'next

year would also be capable of supporting life on a

reasonable basis.? Now it's beginning to look as if it
just might. {
While President Marston warned that UF may

be headed for a state of financial emergency
because of low funding, both houses of.the Florida
Legislature moved to add extra millions to Gov.

Reub in Askew's recommended budget. for the .
State University System. : 'T Ees

Last week the House passed a budget giving the

universities about $15.4 million more than the COUNT "TO TEN, 123...*'
governor recommended, and the Senate will begin
debate today on a SUS allocation of about $16.2

million extra. When class starts thinking stops
While the extra money is by no means a ;
generous. increase over last year, it will help to
offset some planned faculty and cut- .I I remember Alligator story with'a picture of a snow. to be about. Foreign students students from all over the U.S:,
program covered Tigert Hall.) The story quoted. someone as saying UF with all kinds of differing )ifestyles and beliefs live in Seagle
backs. is "cold" to students. Hall. 'And they gain much by the exchange of ideas.. Maybe
Yet with the legislative session more than' half When I first came to UFo I I.didn't know single soul. At the dorms are like this. too. I'm sorry I missed that. I wish'
over, there are still many .bills sitting in the least a'dorm dweller has. human beings interact with, but 1 it was available to me through classes. .
committees and .on' the calendars of both 'houses lived off campus.One .. Before I came to UF, 1 pictured "college" as a series of all-
that could effect students and'faculty in the state. of the worst feelings 1 experienced was when I walked night bull sessions testing your outlook and lifestyle against a
universities. into a large class where many of the students already knew wide range of others. 1 pictured myself drinking coffee and
each other As they exchanged greetings and got into. enthusiastic talking philosophy in cafes.JANIS.
:Someof the bills pending' would: conversations,' I faded into the woodwork.
.Put from one to three students. on the Board of 1 spent day after day walking into class, reading The
.Regents.. Alligator until class began' and then walking out. r MARA
This is most likely to happen in straight lecture classes ]
chartered banks aside
.Require state to set a [
where ,there's no exchange going in class. The ice never gets. OPINION .
certain amount of money for student loans. broken.' L

.Add a student representative' to. collective At least you can establish some kind of identity. in your ,
bargaining negotiations. discussion-oriented. Through expressing opinions on
.Remove student power to allocate student the ,topic.in class, you get to know the other students a little 1 expected 1 would get to know my teachers, even become
service fees.; better. close friends with some of them. I anticipated scholarly
It's still rather impersonal, though. Usually don't even
you discussions in class..
.Direct the Education
Department to (learn each other's names. The class is too large,.and your The.last serious discussion I I've had was at the community
equalize university faculty salaries between men interaction' is limited to one subject. college I attended, in. a "Marriage and the Family" class
and women. It often seems as if UF is composed of a number of closed where we spent one whole class period talking about
.Reduce by one per cent the current three per groups..I was.a transfer student, excluded from many of the homosexuality. .
"' cent rebate on the collection of state sales and bonds 'formed earlier in dorms, sororities or 'fraternities. Maybe it's the the quarter system, I don't know..Teachers
gasoline taxes and allocate $11 million of the extra Most of,the friends I have now came from my involvementin seem so businesslike: they stick to the syllabus and don't let
the women's movement. That's to meet '
one way people the discussion go off' on a tangent.
money to higher education. becoming a member of an organization.But Or maybe it's because the students. don't have enough
Many of these bills are holdovers from last'year, this has its dangers too. Often, someone will get involved interest to push 'for topics of interest to them. But whatever
bills that died on calendar when the session closed. with their own little clique-whether a sorority a clubor the cause. I wish! 1 knew how to establish an atmosphere of
Chances are many will die again, because whatever-to the exclusion of everybody else. communication and exchange.
My roommate once spoke at Georgia Seagle.Hall, an off.
unfortunately student lobbying efforts this Sometimes sitting around waiting for class to start, a
year campus co-op tor male UF students. When she returned, she classmate and I stumble on something. For a minute that
have been minimal. lold me, "They were great! Everyone was so articulate who sits has
anonymous stranger always on my left become a
Earlier in the quarter Senate Education nobody asked superficial questions. They must have human being.
Committee Chairman Robert Graham actively developed their ideas by discussing them over a long period of But then class starts, and the teacher announces the subject
lime., I w ish I had a chance do that." of the lecture. It's time
solicited suggestions from 250,000 university and to start listening and stop talking;
community college students on how education This is an cxum: iv': ot uuai l think/ college life is supposed ,lime to start writing notes and stop thinking.

money should be spent. At last report he had
gotten J 15 replies. lion Cunningham David Klein
The, Independent Editor-ln.Chief Managing Editor
With such unenthusiastic response from

students lawmakers can hardly be blamed for John Moran Donno IN9mon
overlooking student interest legislation. FlorIda Alligator Photo Editor Layout Editor

Today at noon Student Government and the (lilt c1tt1I\I &i11 Midi Kelrnon Jody CortinEJ2

Committee for Quality Education will hold a rally News Editor j.Loyoll'. Editor
in the Plaza of the Americas in an effort to raise t./,

support for student oriented bills. SG I.A. 'Tony' K.ndaior . . . .. . . .. .. .. . . . ..Geno.,1 Monager
James V. Cook . . . . .: .. .. ... . . Assistont o.noral Manager Published
will provide stationary and the information' Mrs. Evelyn list . . . . . '.' ... .. . ., ,AdministrativeAssistant by
necessary to contact legislators all they need are Anne Malphurs . . . . '.' . . .,. . . . . . .v )h.
the warm bodies to do it. C. Roy Shipp . . . ..: . . .. . . . . . ."Iusin.ss Monger
Tom MacNamara . .. ..'s....... . . . .'. . . ". . .kCoun tant PO loi 13266 University
Students have never been considered an effective Roy Mcc.e Jr. . . .'. . . . . . . . Advorti.lng Monoger Satin Gainesville Florida with. ..
lobbying' block! in this state.Until they are Donna Lubrano . . . . . . . . . .Advertising Coordinator .H.e, behind the College ,Inn.
1 key Harpe . . . . . u.. . . .Special Sections Coordinator 1721 West Univervty AWetld.
they will have to be content with a university that Lynda Homier . . . . . . . . .Advertising Production Manager w"neuC4ficepHene. : 374U44Huong .
offers them only a reasonable education. Lynn' Solder . . . . . . . .Editorial Production Manager Department: 37644SI.Ad .
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Don't expect him to answer rape whistles ;, IfORr

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The Student Government presents drinkers, next the
autiful microcosm of the national is occuring feminist groups whose theft enough to see women who actually considered their bodily protection between zero and 45
now and in
the future we shall see their bodies be worth less 45
nment in terms of corruption and the Corner to than cents.. cents.
Drug Store
getting student funds. My reasoning is follows On this Don't exPect whistles. I
Sgh it one can see how the national onebe If the honest as : campus me to answer any
dishonest has l little support and how three mobs people of this campus let these there were 1,200 college age females ,who don't risk m'life for things worth under
Lsed the ruin of economics. get away with it they had better beforehand had obviously thought 45 cents of 45 cents, and neither will I answer to a sound
tool of interests expect jackals to smell the money and to their OWN money was too much to spend on that automatically proclaims its niaker to be a
ht:SG merely a special come for
blunt instrument running "iheir share"of the loot. the whistles so they never bothered to get one. thief Between a rapist and a crook there is
use it as a to
that get Still, has
it its
Loney to subsidize their failures. As males" compensations. Although"we Now when the price to them is zero cents, they not enough decency worth dying' for.Walt .
were only allowed within a certain line up in droves.; This means that they
pies 1 first present the money to the Rat distance of the tables of whistles
considered 45
we helpedpay cents too much to pay but zero
iich non-drinkers were made to subsidize for on May 7.1 still managed to get close cents quite right, so therefore they valued Karwicki

,Discrimination/ / / / theories not valid r North Vietnamese, 1 .1

)ITOR In response to Charles G. Fugee's letter which that
there is only one TRUTH which will serve for the same deserve respect
es racial and sexual discrimination acceptable as a result problem on more than one occasion.
lime studies of genetic and evolutionary theory I wish toe Much of what is theorized today about race and sex is
( a few possible analyses. premised on earlier preceptions of what racial and sexual EDITOR Tim Condon's leaders have neurotically
here are no studies evaluating the potentials of any living roles should be. These were, in turn, gotten from other column on May I was a believed in.
[nism, in either the social or physical sciences, which have traditional and value laden evaluations of role expectationalsand conspicuous attempt of If the U.S. had let Vietnam
Questioned validity. Intervening variables which could culturally defined behaviors.In deception.His alone the bloodshed would

let any organism living free from a controlled environment our society we are growing to realize that many theoriesare paper opened with have been over a decade ago'. .".-,.
!numerous.HE unfounded. This suggests in a pragmatic view that the overtones of sympathy and their country would presentlybe
[ EFFECT OF these intervening variables acting only TRUTHS to which we can really relate are those we regret for an individual killedin productive and we would
ularly or in combination or the consideration of time. know as the result of our limited experiences and perhaps action. Writing this'personup not be responsible for
ct relationship upon the growth and development of an crippled perceptions. It could be that those who easily as a human of godlike countless refugees.
nism is only speculation. discriminate on the basis of race and sex using subjective capabilities Condon tried WHY CAN'T ,you see the
I should also note that t, the growth and development of any theories as rationale are suspect as to the adequacy their cleverly to use this opening of North Vietnamese through
anism in a controlled or a modified environment does not mental process and perceptions of their own sexual and sympathy as a direct attackon open eyes? A people
onstrate the full potential of that organism but onlyws social worth. the North Vietnamese. dedicated to freeing their
| the effects of the controlled environment operating on AN EVALUATION of social discrimination, which I interpret WHERE DID HE scrape country from a puppet
his is so, given that the effects of heredity have been as being the primary focus of the earlier letters in this together his worldly opinionsof 'government ruled indirectlyby
lutely controlled. series, is an effort to analyze and question the historical and justice? Most likely his foreign tyrants, such as
[The process of scientific investigation is organized tormit continuing effects of racial and sexual prejudices. The issue. I slanted views came from Nixon.A .
continuous, experimentation. The open-endedness ofs believe, is equal opportunity for employment not interracial reading incredible people strong enough to
{ process facilitates one extremely important consideration marriage or the possibility of genetic malocclusion. propaganda like the kind he triumph over incredible odds.
I that is theories are not THE TRUTH but just a possible Finally I would like to challenge Fugee and others who wrote on Wednesday. These people are working and
aluation given to one or more circumstances. Theories then, equate the terms of equal job opportunity and equal Mr. Condon, your ideologyis have been fighting to help
ly be defined as speculations based on the often biased educational opportunity with interracial marriage and-or the type which caused the their country. They deserve
ermination of facts. emasculation to show unquestioned evidence to support their Vietnam War; ideas such as respect, not ridicule.
['SOME WESTERN t world pragmatist" suggests that, a contentions. Communism is worse than
UTH is behavior which is most expediently functional in anything, even death, an
:solving of a given problem. This does not suggest however Stanley T. Rich absurd ideology Which our Tom Walker

Ivliceville citizens aren't so bad The Independent. "

Florida Alligator

EDITOR This letter was inspired by the recent reports ofBuart Most Americans will adjust to the "foreigners". Mr.
Emmrich. Alligator refugee reporter. As stated in one Emmrich, when will you adjust to the "foreigners" dressed in Ent.rtoinm.ntEditor Gary BalanoffAsiociat. Editor
his reports 1 agree that it's hard for Emmrich to feel paint-spattered overalls and cowboy boots?
(Iconic in Niceville the South, or anywhere else. If heHmtinues IT MIGHT BE a good idea (if not already tried), to have
American and Vietnamese families get together and share Doug Hatch
to criticize an area and it's people he doesn't un- Wire
each other's and national foods. You had better stay Editor
rstand will. company
or chooses not to understand, he probably never
I'm: sure that most of the people in Niceville aren't veryuick away Mr. Emmrich you would only get grits on your face. Sports Greg Forr.r Editor Asst.Tom News Shrodcr Editor.I. "

to change, but I think that's true of most everyone. It ::111'1''ibUJt J'
rely is true of Emmrich. He has one of the worst "antiuthernbackwoods" John R. Gaunt '
Lynn Haven, Fla. ;
attitudes that I have ever come across. }
HE MUST BE confusing the movie Easy Rider with Shakend
Bake commercials and coming up with "Southern

Probably most of the Vietnamese refugees aren't used toeing
a town full of gun-racked American-flagged pick-up
ucks but it appears that Emmrich isn't either. 1r

I'm sure these next few weeks and months will\ be very
fficult for the refugees to adjust, but Emmrich is the one
tiering from Southern, cultural shock.
NOT ALL AMERICANS agree with the current refugee
Vlicy, but 1 hope the hateful and indifferent people in this r -
uniry will adjust to the refugee situation and overcome their -
ejudices. Emmrich. while reporting these attitudes. shouldso > _
praise the people who in a hard hit economic area.areimping vd
( the refugees.
I These people are truly concerned because: they are giving
heh times are bad. '
I Emmrich's reporting is overdone. He exploits a few loose
>mments made in Niceville and in doing so condemns anPtire
area and it's people. True 'some feel hateful but what ItiJI\\

nstructive purpose does i it<,serve. to CONTINUE to spread _
round bad feelings
I MOST OF THE people of Northwest florIda are just like r
I'ost other Americans throughout the country (including the _
[educated"), when it comes to understanding foreign culturend .j r
| their people. We all are usually .ignornant of their feelingsnd
,their customs.
I It s.sad but most of us tend to view the world from theAmerican v \t f
perspective. Now is a change. All of us can learn
pniething from the Vietnamese people.just as they can learn 1
mething from us. I'm sure the Vietnamese will adjust to our

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By JOE MORAN suspect is determined. conduct. THE LOW CLEARANCE rate at UF is A n

Alligator Staff Writer CRIMES MAY ALSO be "exceptionally Chief Audie Shuler of the University Police uncommon to other college campuses.del.
While the number of crimes reported on cleared" if circumstances: : beyond the c controlof : Department (UPD), said the low percentageof cording to figures on file at UPD the
the UF campus climbs, the percentage of a law enforcement: agency: make it impossible cleared crimes can be related to the non rate on campuses across the state averal
crimes solved lags at less than 10 per cent of to arrest the suspect. violent nature of most of the crimes committed significantly lower than the rate for city an
the total.A During 1974,only 6.5 per cent of the crimes on campus. county law enforcement agencies. :
solved or "cleared" crime is one in whicha reported on the UF campus were cleared: "VIOLENT CRIMES are easier" Shuler However among the state universitie
suspect has been identified, information including several misdemeanor offenses said, adding that a definite victim, time, and crime clearance at UF is the secon
sufficient to arrest, charge and prosecute: the committed by students who were sub place are involved in the crimes.ln many of the lowest only higher than the 5 per cei
suspect is gathered, and the location of the sequently referred to the office of student cases, Shuler said,police officers also have clearance rate at Florida State University.

strong physical evidence and testimony from Shuler said the clearance rate at UF cou
witnesses on which to build a case. be raised significantly without increas
County allocates funds "Our clear rate on these crimes is quite effort on the part of the UPD by classifyii
good," Shuler said. some minor thefts as either malicio

In many of the thefts at UF, however, the mischief: or missing property.
elements that make solving violent crimes The clearance rate would rise if such
for rehabilitationBy easier are not present Shuler said. Also a classification was used because both of tl
drug number of..the crimes are thefts in which lesser offenses are considered "part twt
the stolen property would be "impossible torecover crimes and not used when calculating tl

JOANNE KOHL prehensive Drug Rehabilitation Program, ," he said. clearance: rate.
Alligator Staff Writer
commission was! going to have to cut.
.* The Alachua County Commission decidedto back on funds anyway," McGee said. Crime
grant SI5,882 to the Metamorphosis Drug The total budget for Metamorphosis is
Rehabilitation 1 Program in October at their $135,150 this year compared. to $108.000
In spite of the large number of theft
Tuesday meeting. from last year. page one)
Chief Shuler said he feels UPD i
official make the October
County had to ACTION $3.23 million bond
receiving adequate funding from UF to do it
in order insure getting 590,000 instate
allocation: to issue was also passed by the commission for
Chief Shuler said. job.
THE money.FUNDS WERE appropriated to road improvements in Alachua County. UPD INFORMATION OFFICER Jim "The university has been good to us. I ha'

Metamorphosis to cover an anticipated Tom Coward, a commission member said Shuler said an increased number of no complaints there," he said.
shortage of funds during. July. August and the money for the bond issue will be borrowed trespassing warnings given on campus would UPD HAS SUFFERED a shortage ,
September.The against funds appropriated by the state to lend credibility to Chief Shuler's speculation. manpower lately due to a university-wit
shortage occurs ever year because the Alachua: County for road improvements. v During '1974, 166 trespass warnings were hiring freeze which: will last at'least until Ju
county and state fiscal years end in October Coward said the road-improvement fund issued,a two.thirds increase over the previousyear. J 1. .
and July, respectively.The will amount to$6 million in 10 years. Both the Because of resignations, the department
state allocated an extra $30,000 to ease bond issue and the interest on the bonds will In addition, UPD received: 327 reports of currently operating with four patrollin
the drug center through the three tight 'be paid out of the $6 million.A suspicious persons on campus again a officers fewer than usual, as well as or
financial months. report on the bond issue stated the road. two-thirds increase."A security: guard, and two radio dispatcher"We
"IT REALLY IS a blessing in disguise" improvement fund is paid out of the gasoline BIG MAJORITY of these are not have to pull officers off patrol duty t
Dr. Richard McGee director: of the Com tax. students, the Information officer: said. work the radio," Chief Shuler said.

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. 'Haunted" Sea Horse Key serves as U Flab IBy

Alligator" Staff Writer The Fitte left one of his henchmen to guard a fortune in treasure. budget which was already seriously low, the l lab had already
treasure was eventually discovered by a local snake used up its money for the fiscal year.

Lree miles off Cedar Key, the UF Department of Zoology death.hunter.. He chopped the henchman's head off in a fight to the HOWEVER, last week UF Vice President of Academic

fan island. Known as Sea Hone Key, it has served as a THE Affairs Robert Bryan allocated enough
( lab since 1953. STORY GOES that the headless horseman and his funds to get the marine lab through spring quarter. Next year
L ne island contains a lighthouse-barracks complex that gold palomino can often be seen patrolling the moonlit the department of academic affairs will be responsible for

[erected in 1855. The lighthouses remained in use until beaches of Sea Horse Key. Whether haunted or not, the funding the project.. Dr. Frank Maturo, marine lab coordinator
island evinces a strong feeling of the past originating from its said.Maturo .

j'j929 HERBERT HOOVER bizarre history. said the marine lab is used as a field station for
PRESIDENT declared the
The island is The marine lab was funded in the past by the Division of university faculty and graduate student research. The lab is
id wildlife sanctuary. now rented from the
a Biological Sciences. However the division was abolished as a also used for field trips by undergraduate zoology and biology
of the Interior.
artment funding unit by UF President Robert Q. Marston. Funds for classes.
ccording to local: legend Sea Horse Key is haunted by aJdless the island were then transferred to the department of zoology. Anyone wishing to visit the island must first make
About 1880, the infamous pirate Jon LaDeaths'
horseman. However, since Marston already cut 10 per cent of the zoology arrangements with Maturo and the zoology department.


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(From page' three) Stetson said he is not aware of "any doctor or nurse being
j : disciplined" tor taking medical supplies home in the three meet in forumCity
stored away" until, the A different departments purchasem years he's been at Shands. ,
Siver said. He acknowledged there is small of
a amount "petty
commission candidates T.E. (Ted) Williams and
tetson said Perry had access to the nitrous oxide when it thievery" of items such 'as bed linens but said there is a
Aaron Green will face each other in a forum sponsored by the
used the anesthesiology careful control of items such
by deparment. as drugs and syringes.
League of Women Voters at 8:00: p.m. Thursday in the
TETSON SAID "nobody around here knows why" these '- Gainesville High School teaching auditorium. .:
"WE'RE AS CAREFUL as we can be, Stetson said.. "< .
i deaths have occurred. Mary Ann Sherman former of the of
president League
Nitrous oxide has not been classified as an illegal drug
[When two bizarre things happen in a close proximity ofe according to Corner Women Voters will be the moderator of the debate.
Drugstore employe.A
| like this. it may.difficult to relate it to chance alone Williams, installation supervisor of Southern Bell, and
son said. spokesman for Liquid Air Inc., the Jacksonville-based Green a Gainesville attorney are running for the GroupTwocity
but he said there is no pattern of anesthetic gas abuse at company that supplies the health center with nitrous oxide" : commission seat in the May 20 election.In .
nds. said they have no official policy regarding the sale of the gas. the May 6 election, Green tallied 2,279 votes and
TmON SAID "the person who's inhaling the gas tends "However we don't sell to anyone unless they're a doctor or Williams received 1690. They outlasted Ann Winnie AI
[have his judgment,impaired" and this can lead to un- dentist or a medical supply company," the spokesman said. Muzell. James Hyland, and James Shelton.



( 'page three) and Executive Vice President Harold Hanson on Oct. 29 cost BUT THE PLANES are used mostly by the Athletic ..
UF $125. Association.
JThe "Blue Goose" the Athletic Associaton
was given to
The same fare on a commercial plane would have cost $120
] the late 60' as a gift from a "Gator but Cunningham said UF saved $90 in "personnel time" or "This plane belongs to the boys (athletic teams)." said Jack
er". according to Athletic Association Business work hours. Frost, chief pilot who for five years has been "hauling the
lanager Bob Moore. teams all over the. place".
I MOORE SAID the"Queen Air", appraised at $82,000 was USING THE SAME method of determining the cost. of He explained that most' of the trips have been in the
lid to the association on an obligation bond last year. trips.Cunningham said UF saved S96 on a trip by Marston to southeastern part of the country mostly for events in the
I Moore said $36.000 has already been paid through con Pensacola, on which the fare cost was $103 compared to the Southeast Athletic Conference.

ibutions and the association hasn't had to pay anything yet. commercial rate of $77.49. "WE JUST CAME back this weekend with a conference
I He said the note comes due in two years but the The biggest savings came on a trip by Marston. Hanson champion in tennis. We won the indoor track and wrestling
sodation: can decide to sell the plane at that time if they E.T. York chancellor-designate of the State University championships already this year" Frost said."That's .
ani. System to Tallahassee Nov. 7, Cunningham said. "
I UF President Robert Q. Marston used the plane for school important to me the retired navy pilot added.
siness at least three,times this academic year. He said UF saved $90 in plane fare and seven hours of Frost is the only full-time pilot paid by the athletic
I Although sometimes the rental for the plane costs more travel time, approximately $530. associaton to fly the planes. He is also in charge of makingsure
Ian the fare charged by a commercial airline, UF in- UF OFFICIALS the two planes for other trips duringthe the. planes are in flying condition and properly main-
rmation officer Hugh Cunningham explained the difference year but Cunningham said records of these costs were not tained.
I made up in the number of work hours saved. kept, because the expenses were paid through private "A PLANE IS no good unless it is able to fly" Frost joked.
"WE HAVE TO show that we are saving money before wen sources.such as the UF foundation.The When Frost is unable to fly the plane or if more than one
use the plane." Cunningham explained.A planes have also been used by UF departments and has to be used at the same time part-time pilots are paid $12
Marston colleges officials to attend some state and national meetings. an hour.
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3115: Redford Traditional or Contemporary design of condition prices firm 2bl| 200 speakers PROPERTIES-CALt WAYNE D. MASON S Park Apts. two bedroom furnished. call
your choice. Handmade for individual $1100. macintosh C-28 pre amp with CO., INC. REALTOR 377-6789 (a-101-134-- Cindy 373-0353, after 400 (b-5>-132p) LAST 2 NIGHTS

5.30. The Great who wont the best. Original work by cabinet' $550 moc 2105 amplifier with P) Ont 'Bdrm Apt. for rent at Hawaiian VilApti .

Waldo South' leading Artists Mower Gold cabinet $655 pioneer 6200 tuner 5100. Stereo for sale. Excellent condition Alii In. Must rent no later than June I Ut 7:0049:15
10:00 Smith. and lopidist. Unconditional ,Hoc reel to teel recorder 3300.5 $560 one unit Including cassette player and Coll 373-7900 or the Apt. office. (b.101.I .
Pepper Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment' only. dual) $1229 turntable with vis type cortrldge recorder $180. negotiable call 377-8281 I 126.p) _
373-3894 (o-49M05-p) $250. 378-7862 (o-4t-135-p) Mike. (a-41.134-p1)

Furn Store for sale 3.000 FT only 3.000 Bouer CMI) Super-8 Movie Camera DUPlEX: live in one side and rent from sublet kitchen 1 bedroom unfurnished' house Come
Michael i4 equipped, fully carpeted.
@ &:00 Zenith Color TV $19" diagonal h) width,
dollar selling due health one acre land Will 'take best offer Call Nancy 378- other pay mortgage pamt Good neigh by 3912 NW 7th. St': $125 (b-5t-13l-p) .... .
Sarrazin 500 ft from newnan lake on driv rd 372- borhood." $5,000 down. Good term '
JJJ; 5269 377-9835 war bed (o-5t-13l-p) 0458 or 377-1646 (o-5t-l35-p) Wayne D. Mason ft Co Inc. REALTOR. Sublet beautiful Gatorwood opt 2 bdr 2

R GUITAR fender telecaster $200 AMP twin 377-6789. (QSt-134-p) both furnished reduced rent for summer
TheReincarnation Early couch 65 wat bed k 35
10:00: reverb pre-CBS $350 ha new sro twelve (pool sauna tennis 8 basketball court;)
dresser 20 din tab chair china
set.. Inch speakers call Dean 376-4004 (o-3t- FOR RENTSublet 377-8S13 (b-3t-134.p) .
cabinet selling out due to health all must
I 135P)) Sublet French Qtr. 2 bdrm.
go shag car 377-9835 372-5269 oc: (a-5t- efficiency Great for summer
of Peter Proud I3I-P) Wooded homesltes 1-6 acres, Quail' St cozy opt. I IVt bath 'townhouse Beautiful view air,
location 2 blkt from campus Perfect 11,11
Melrose, available $200 Call 377-7833 or
'in Financing pool mo. anytime
All 60 sue for I SilO) mo. + low
Speakers won
pioneer equip. person.
Return Gilligan Real Estate 475-2248 ((0.31-135- come by opt. 57 (b-5t-131-p)
) each turntable Pl-41 amplifier s. $1500 T utilities., Call 377.5603 after 6 (b-St-131-
will sell separolly or one unit for Info. p) Pj) Apt sublet July 1 I. I bdrm, furnIShed.

3:30 Engagement call 376-0650 372-9852 (o-5t-l31-p) greenhouse sole healthy plant' in cloy HOUSE FOR RENT sublet for summer. close to campus + med center 373414
pot Sunday only lOam-4pm go west on .. summit house opt. IS3-mo. (b..,-I 32.
One block behind hall.
for A
House sale close 'to campus central norman
7:00 Murder newberry rd past 1.75 to JMW! 91st si. )
& H 3 bdr. 2 bath family room equity Beautiful old english tudor house $60
':' on the assume 1st mortgage $21074 month at follow signs (a-3t-135-p) per mo plus util 372.9499 (51-131- Really beautiful house In N.W. section

7Vi percent appointments, only $33,000 ALTEC LANSING Speaker. Originally Your A $90 mo.I.\.
Orient 2 female roommates wanted for own own room bath-just
Express 372.5823 (a-1(-131-p) $180 eoch-Now only $135 for 'the pair
Excellent shape Must sell/ 372-5535 (a5t.I35p room in 3-bedroom, house apartment.' 3 util Lotia trees and room to move Col
) blocks from campus 50 + 1-3 utility' 377.5232 now no ducks (b-5t-133-p|)

j 4 Ellen Burstyn move In anytime, now or June 373-8008 sublet: one-bedroom modern furnished .6di'
68 VW fully equipped comomobile70eng
LEWIS (b5t-134-p I ) opt. Immediate occupancy pinewood x
73 Irons 26mpg $1695. clean
311S Alice ready to travel; and $17' 2man kayak Housetrailer, for rent 125 a month fur opts 378-5060 (b-St.I 133-p)

Doesn't Live JewelryCompany mint w-poddles $185.. 372-8227..vng. nished 2 bedroom phone 373.1169 after Furn I Br opt A-C, Private Patio avail A
75 CLASS RINGS (o-5t-l35-p) 5:W p.m. available for summer (b-jl- mid-June, fall option I IIS. mo. 378-2281

10:00 Here DIAMONDSWATCH Two fine guitar Gianml, classical with I34p) (b-St-133-p)

REPAIRS cons $12500 Gibson, steel string in AVAIL FALLII We hove a landlord Need a place to live NOW? I or 2
Anymore 200 W. University Avi beautiful condition $10000 377.0970 or presently building 3 bdr houses in NW rnomom needed Immediately and or

372-4106 377.4107 anytime (o-7t-l35-p) sect will be ready for Sept. Reserve summer at Brandywine Call lor! donnaor
-.---- One Nowll)) 376-5299 (b-3t-133-p)
12x60 mobile, "home central "heat, air
fully furnished washer dryer, take overpayments 2 bdr* NW sect bike to campus summer sublet: two roommates each
THE HIPPODROME 75 a month Equity negotiable Over 30 opts walk to UF howoiian,
United Real Estate Assoc. own room ot village unfurnished
toll Mr. Metiler 378-5052 or 3764426. ex 113 NE 16th Ave $75 each plus 1-3 util. please
condition, (o-St-135-p) call |ferry ot 378-3663 (b-5t-l32-p)
9 om-8 377-6992
1.1 THEATRE What' a bargain! Vivitar, 35mm ((28 (b-fr-134-c pm) SUMMER SUBLEASE: own large bedroomin
r I.ons.o fit" Nikon, can be adapted for
I bedroom furnished apt available for 3 bedroom, 2 both house. Northwest
other camera Must tell $48 or best twelve blocks from $60
Presents like month section campus.
subletting new $145 $100
offer, call Mike 377-4436 (o-3t-13S-p)
376-1894 !
mo (b-5t-32p)
security deposit 372.0950 Apt. No. 233
AN ADAPTATIONOF Year-round. home on lake GenevaKeystone 4400 NW 39 Ave (b-2t-134-p) 2 big 2 bedroom opts must be sublet for
His. school district. 1622 sq. ft., ) ,
luxury furnish I BR, central, quiet the summer. Both are furnished and
to carpeting drape, stove,
ref 13 x 15 greenhouse, cypress setting, close'to campus 160. available upitoris w oc near ,the.. med center 1 E3a t
CLASSIC now. 377.1715 or 3784250 (b.3t-I34.p) Summit' house Call 378-3628 or 376-3026
workshop. $10,000 down, take' up
payment 475-1266 evening (a-3t-135- Apartment to sublet close to campus 2 (b.St.133.p)
Rl) pool 2 laundry center' 2 bedroom ISt j

L l furnished central air 193$ month "< >' L ...
STRATA 25 track topes $150 for all or $3 50 Per '{ ::) .>!; 'r -
B27 Ph 377-8460 ,
Summit House No.
r.. 'PjSchwinn tape) call 392-8426 afternoon (a-5t-133- (b-5M34-p) Apt. .' ,: a i ltntirv* ..Ykiok.3.GirAJ'Fi*. YOU'LL LOVE

June sublet.W Fall op.3 bdrm house, 8 ..ofUwfoji' .. .
10 speed, 3 week old, must '''''':'>>:''" ... "
23 NW 13 Ave cen. air, big yard,
f -AN X-RATED sell, lock and chain and backpack Included comfortable, 250 mo.-'4 June, last mo. :tiif:.? C JJ:::)> &; : *. HER PLATFORM
Sacrifice for $80 cost $150 new .
+( sec.: dep. no pets call lOOn 377-8703 716.W;I'I swea.tntMorum.RIONIrt3M.t X
Coll 372.0025. .
,1If MUSICAL COMEDY (b-5t-l34-p) .
'Norita 2'/4'' SLR with evelevel III meter / ..37t43
,fm roomie 3 bdrm house near uf 66 67 .
: ; prl.m.4O mm W-A.340 MM Tele,80 mmf utilities' available 6-1
: BOUT mn. 50 S.D. 1-3 )
.. WA ., NpSi] 2.0 normal.plw* Mite"extension tube
1 1424 6 372-3224 (6.
.:.t 'ii,''I.1. r nw place phone ( -
I ,. .. set. 'User 120 o122q film coil eve 392- -
';\\.1... .t 9144 ((0-51-133-p) ) .J.'I' lASt PLAZAS LAST DAY!
\ ',,' ,IWAY16JUNE1WED. tt JUNE, RENT FREESummer sublet 2 ..2n.lOuUVA" I
\'Jil', : King-sue waterbed, podded block vinyl bdrm,, cln city'Opt Iii pool but to ""i'll IAA stall earl... DAYS iw. ui ittH/i-l 2tl04t10UK

I, frame, liner and temp-control heater. ', campus available (une 15th colt 372- ri4 souttv..e 7U5 :M'SYLVIA
THRU SUN. Best! offer will be accepted Call David at 2442 anytime (b-St-I34-p) 'CLINT EASTWOOD '
377-8352, 5.7 pm (o-5>-'33-pl) KRISTEL
sublet opt granada, 2 bar, I Ii bath, o-c
"Dirty Harry"
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 373-8375 One regulator recenth/'overhauled andin ."heat, dlshwjh, shag'carpet, pool $190
i perfect working order.: Type-volt
mo. Available June 13 Call( 373-6064 (b.55.134p -
2:05 6:00
swimmaster double hose. Best offer. ) 10jOOttMagnum : )Let*yost/eelfooe;
Call 372-1664. Glen. (o-5t-133-p) setSAoat eftef b Slit..Emmanuelle .
2 bdrm Apt. Sub-let Furnished 130 per Force
for tale 3 piece bdrm set Includes firm mth. 5 blk from UF 1823 NW 5 Av No. 2

ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES mattress boxsprmg (double site) triple after 6 pm Available 6-15 (b-5t-134-p) *45 7M [ ) .
dresser night table sell at let only $129
Coll Carol' 373-5234 (o-4t-l33-p) Wanted liberal but responsible femaleto :.
7:20: 9:15: hare cute one bedroom opt. 72.50
For sale 1968 liberty mobile home 12 K per month + '/* utilities. Call Karen 378-
eL 50 2 bedroom, Ig. kitchen & living room. 7492. Move in June 20th rent: I I. free Ill' PLAZA I I 6.W.
> Mil W.1 > t> COMEDY. located 2 mi. from campus excellent July I 1st. Close to Santa 20 mini to SiaJd4 T
condo $1700. Coll 373-8819 (o5t34p) .
OF 1975' University (b-3t-134-p) 13th STREET end
photo equipment.crown graphic w-35 23rd BOULEVARD
.mm (J'l l lens flash attached film ALl RENTS SLASHED/ ) :55 3:50 7:50 *50
adapter and'2 grafmollc $1000 worth (Special Summer Rates)

THE WESTERN YOUR OLD COWBOY* for $23000 call 475-2064 ((o-5t-134-p) $100 to $125 PER MO. Sheila Levine .
All units, 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury
HEROES (AND THEIR HORSES) Calculator,commodore with' quare root, features Is every single girl .

WOULDN'T BE! CAUGHT DEAD IN! ,four' fun c. new conditioner $35 3734)311) Available for 1 lease 'through Aug. '31st who ever hod to attend her

** JEFF BRIDGES. SAM WATERSTOH.. (o-3t-134-p) Prairie View, Mobile Village, sister's
ELIZABETH ASHLEY [g United Artists For tale: Gibson Flying "V", Fender twin 378-"" 373-3284 younger wedding.

reverb, best offer call george 377-8298 Available new tenants' only!

(o.5t-134.p) ) 'Jeannie Berlin .RoySchcidcr
mutt tell home 8 track player unit sharp (b-5t-116-p) .
wood finish 4 old Rebecca Dianna
grained only mot Smith
2 bdrm. mobile home torrent. $110:per *
NO PASSES OR "' excellent condition' barely used call bill
: 9-30: mo. $50 security deposit: located 17 mi.
'OISCOUNTTICkEU'JU after 4 378-7987 '
THIS ATTRACT pm hurry (o.2t-I34-p) west of g'ville. call glenda 376-4446 8-4

w For Sale 71$ Honda CBSOO only 8,000 or 472.2870 (b-fr-132-p)
miles Like, New, Olive green $750 Call READ THIS Sheila;
after 2 372-5486 (o-St.I34-p! )
Julie:Christie u goldie hawn pm Moving anytime between Now t Sept.

2 oltec"Voice of Theatre" speakers; 2 let u* rent your house or apt at no cost.
\ warren beatfy allec horns. $600. .call 376-1782 (o-5t- United Real! Estate 377-6992 (b-f-115-p)
o Ul-p) ,
roomate to share 3 bdrm 2 I bath: mb e.
from Columbia .
[ Br wood 7ft excellent home female male
lffl i or poollable couple 21840 day
A P-B/Vlrta/ feature condition sfickjballsligrit.. Included $200 I leave, number 376-3499 eve near is dead and livingin

golfclubt 2woodt irons! bog $35. call campus 5 man wall.tent for sole $60 Carl
373-2350 (a-St-1 32-p) (b. -132-pl) New 1brk" IPC:

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51975-month and'vtilities. call dove CAMPUSACPOOI neo SHAWS VAIMJMM option: furnished one bedroom opt. A- Forest. Starting. fall 1975. Call bowl ot
I or mickey 371-7676 evenings, (b.5t.I30- 31.135. ) fun (b. C, dishwasher, w-w carpet Near Shands 373.9188. Bus to campus 2 pools 2
01) p VA Call evenings 376-6043 b-5t-133- 3t
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everything) sublet Pj)
summer one 9tUnlv.A 37e.tm
look bdrm Students willing to pay $255 for room
ot our rental furn
listings' on house, opt-util pd-lment + kit-
mobile homes,and opts before chenwore if needed.b,8, and meals thru summer quarter I block
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anyone o fee Joel Bridget, realtor 404 ent.keep eollma 378-3626 WANTEDOne from campus,central air,coop) houting
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SW .h Ave. Kim at Clo.' 372.9328 (c-19t 133-p)
:) for rent 2 female
5 room with both in country' hove or roommates needed
SUBLET f June 125.00 I bedroom posture for horse.orange lake 591-2674 Summer only 2bdrm 2bath Country Female roommates wanted summer qtr.
furnished 'lo shore 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near
(b-.I35.p) Village Mutt Sublease call
NanCy 392-
AC next to campus one tingle' of married Med ,
7748 center $44 mo + 1.3 util. 373.5600
Anytimel e.St
ccuple no pets call 376-0363 anytime, (b- Female roomote needed 'to share one ( -13S-p) (e-5t-133-p) r@lYJ @
St-135-p) bedroom poolside opt for tummer. 82.50plut A GOOD home for a nine week old
',\ utilities" Option puppy Part shepherd port done Beautiful eaty-gomg mature female: own bdrm
SUBLET 2 bdrm furnished, rent in sept
opt summit" in comfortable 2 br apt, pool oc, near
free and
377.0992-1062 oug Pat 378-7178 ( smart Call Debbie 378-2474 (clt05P -
house I6S b-3t-135-p)
mo. no deposit med
req air cond ) center & school Jun. I occupancy
pool call 372-8923 dote to med center SUMMER SUBLET: two bedroom opt. w- $85 mo > (b-).I 133-p) ac, dw shag pool 'move in June). wanted, male spitz'" for purpose of 377-0900 after 6 pm Julie (c-3M33-p) I coon: .'.".,-d o.ttLOAoiNi3 -
morocoibo call breeding please contact steve
372-9803 dying
Hi. member of the summer sublet 2bd 2bath $20 opt 104 (b-2t-135p) after 7. 378-0623 after 7:00: pm (c-3t-35-p! ) Roomote to shore 2 bdrm house, oc, .....,'...HN COlotl'ONfN N.....1 %
I howolin vlll 378-5905 or after 5pm 377. .fenced in yard near grocery, liquor .Ir-rM1
Alligator staff do horbyand BWS summer sublet 2b,. + Wonted responsible female roomate .UIILL-UADI-UU"I
(b-5t-135-p) ._ own rm bath + moll stores, for summer and beyond 90
without reservation ac. in large house completely furnished beginning fall to shore room in w bdrm.
BEHIND NORMAN HALL 3'/i' bedr. house o month; responsible student Scott 377.
admit to Ih* superior furnished.air condo to sublet for summer 8000-mo utilities Incl. pert ok 6 blocks ,opt.$61.25 mo.+% utilities near compuiColl 0084 (c-5t-t3l-p)
from llso-Oenite 392-7630
school 372-8240 (b-St-135-p) (c-5)-l35-p' ) 466.3340'G'ar
I prowess of the members" quarter,$275 + utilities per month:call wanted female roommates to share 2bdrm apt
373-9652 (b-3t-3i-p) own room in two bedroom duplex for 2 bedroom trailer by sept' or ,
ct pool sauna oc clot to
| of the Honor Court. On earlier, ,
mature ftmalo. available lit want 'to buy equity write detailsto
June $80-
[ Saturday II Mary 1975 Shore a clean suburban home. Own month with option' for fall, close to kevln mostingt,4805 princess onne In, campus I I32-p) ft hospital call 373-8765 (c-5t-
I the Honor Court fielded a room WO-mo. ft 1-3 utilities. Furnished campus call 377-7998 (b-5M35-p) Ion, flo 32210' (c-Sr-13S-p)
Washer-Dryer. A-C: TV. etc. Males. Coll ----------
2 females ---------- --
I lint softball team of Beger: 3789937. (b-4t-135-p) I Ibdr apt to sublet this summer. fro roommates to share In 2. br
Quarter ISO month ('Vi June windmeadowt or hawaiian village apt
I upstanding rep'tatlwe. .'."- recession special 4br home small yard utilities' call afternoons 376-2012 fly oug(b-3t-) + with, 2 other gird" from June to June toll 1
I of |wsflco who port Him I I"a mile from UF sublet forsummer 135-p) klm at 376-5099 (c-5t-135-p)
I $200-mo 373-9906. (b-3l-135-p) ___ 1
soundly thrashed a mousy roomote needed Mart fall qtr roommates to rent ? bedroom own
assemblage of house for rent summer only 2 bedroomfinished gardens opts $62 monthly + Vi utilities bath,air,carpet,kitchen,pool.l JOmo. + 1I I PITCHER OF BEER
muckrakon .bye of air conditioned 1 block from water free 2 bed 2 bath dishwasherpool +. ,call after 8pm. 372-0189(c-St- '
law school rent 200 month call 373- 131uilility j
117 to U o fftoi **.<* 7773 (b-2t.133-p) per greg 2-7541 (b-ft-135-p) ) 1 $ with purchase of whole pie j

for yellow {lou ..flan. sublet turn, quarter 3 bedr. In the Pints SUMMER furn SUBLET. : 280. 1'IS' Hawaiian 2 gotorwoad Male roommates opt next fall.to ac.shore carpeting 2 br, 1 1 with coupon 1
The end opt.! 1200-eoch for whole sum Own Village townhoute poolside, $230. dishwother, .
modesty good Washer 371-S905ofter i.00 373-2301 opt. Ml (b- fully furnished.$85 00 + I. i I. Wed & Thurs
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Sessions 'feel out' marrioaa

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and "Fighting"a -natural part of having| an intimate
GARY BALANOFF relationship, marriage counselor Dr. Ann Lynch told, the
,Alligator Staff WritersThe couples gathered in a circle around her.

Lynch compared marriage to boxing, saying in a boxing

slender brunette leaned forward trying to shove her match each tighter hits and slugs to beat the other.. In
husband back toward the wall. marriage, both mates should be winners.

Suppressing smile he returned the push.. THEREFORE, SHE suggested the couples draw up
'LAUGHING, THEY sat down next to each other on the "contracts for fighting" to establish ground rules for an

worn, pafl: couch in a meeting room of the University argument.
Methodist Church. "It's important tor people to equalize the situation so they
can learn to talk with each other,"she said. :
The pushing and shoving exercise let the couples release
energy while reminding them of how it feels t to fight. For example: because men are often physically stronger,
pent-up the
couples might insert a no-violence clause in the
With six other UF married couples, they were participatingin
OTHER GROUND RULES might prohibit fighting in bed,
group exercises "Love and Fighting: Clean or Dirty?"
THIS MARRIAGE counseling session last week bringing up old arguments and criticizing a mate's parents.
was Larry Reimer, minister of the United' Church of
Center for
University Married
sponsored by Students and
Families. Gainesville,explained that clean, fair fighting is "way to let
Student out feelings and let the full
out force of personal
The session was open to all interested students, with orwlthou't without the power
marital problems.UFwins. destroying other person.
"There should be some kind of signal if it's getting too
hot," he said explaining the importance of cease.tire rules.
honorsfor There is a point beyond which fighting permanently

damages a relationship, he said. .

sixth time in IS ,the UF LYNCH GRINNED. "Making up is supposed, to be the
the years College of Journalismhas "
part of all, she said, introducing a partner appreciation
captured first place honors in the William Randolph exercise.

Hearst Foundation writing competition. The husbands formed a small circle as the wives sat cross-
UF won the honor on the basis of points accumulated by its the
legged on floor around them, watching the men's faces.
students competing in six monthly contests. "She comforts me when I'm sick," one soft spoken
ALLIGATOR staff writer Brian Jones led the student husband said just barely loud enough tor the rest to hear. .
winners, placing first in the,October national contest. for his LYNCH TURNED slowly to the wife and said "How does COUPLES IN SESSION
article on. prison reform. that make you feel?" exploring the ups and downs of marriage

Jones was in San ,Francisco this, week competing against She didn't need to ask for the young woman's eyes were soft
seven other finalists in the annual write-oft contest. with tenderness as she simply said "I'm really surprised. He's Feminism lecture. set
Although Jones failed to place in the top three, he received never,told me that." '
a consolation award of$250. He also got $900 for winning the Each couple found a private soft spot and sat on the bare Jill Johnston, columnist for ""The Village Voice: ": will
monthly competition. floor talking quietly. speak on feminism Thursday at'.7,p.m.' on the Plaza of the'

OTHER UF STUDENTS who placed in the monthly THE WOMAN TOLD her husband three traits she likes Americas. ,.
contests and accumulated:: points were: Celeste Calvitto Ed about him as he sat listening, not allowed to interrupt. The Johnston has also written,for'"Ms.'magazine': and has !
George: Jr., Jackie Harder Bob Morris Rick! Rpsen, Jim husband then returned the compliments. recently completely a book ntidcd'Gullible's, Travels.' '
Shuler Edwin Jay Vail and Terri Wood. Reminding her listeners that this Thursday's meeting is Janis Mara, spokeswoman'for UFs chapter of the
UF received matching grants for the winning entries.No "Sexual Pleasuring in Marriage" Lynch ended the session. National Organization (or''Women (NOW), describedJohnston's ,
other school of the 55 that annually compete'In the BUT THE COUPLES seemed reluctant to leave the style as "compl telyavant-garde.' stream !of
Hearst contest has'ever won as many times as UF. comfort they had found. consciousness type of writingJohnston's / 1 I

The University of Nebraska has won twice and no other Slowly they left the room, many holding hands and walking appearance is co-sponsored by Student
Government and NOW.
school has than 1
won more once. close! together.
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endurance'- key 4M

'Special .

for women's track duo

AUBIN concentrate on each event one at a time."
+' By Correspondent"It Hegarty said that it was not always easy to give one's all five
Alligator times. "If you do poorly in one,event you just have to go on
) takes a special kind of endurance not yet the'norm' for and forget the bad performance through total concentrationon
women.;" according to Lady Gator track coach Kate Paulos. the next. Of course, if you do well then you have a
,"It takes tremendous concentration above all else" claims tremendous boost."
trackster Paula Sue Hegarty, a UP senior. WHILE HEGARTY described the pentathalon as "strivingfor
,+ "CONSISTENCY IN each' event is absolutely essential." your potential," teammate Hertz said she enjoyed
says freshman Heidi Hertz. the competitive drive within herself. el
The subject? The pentathalon five events in one in "It's such a challenge to compete ''and do ,well in five
which both Hegarty and Hertz will compete Friday and events," said Hertz. She added that she much preferred the
Saturday at the Women's Track and Field. Collegiate variety of five events over specialization of one.
i; Nationals in Corvallis. Ore. Hertz a Hillsborough County freshman said one advantage
Pentathalon events include:the shot put the 200-meter run, she saw was the lack of "plateau-problems." ....... m __
-s the long jump,the 100-meter hurdles and the high jump. "YOU DON'T LOOK for tremendous improvements in
ACCORDING TO the two Gator teammates, H garty'and anyone event;' she explained. "Instead you strive for con
Hertz one needs to be above average in each of the five sistency in each." .'consistency in each event is absolutely essential'
events,but need not be excellent in any one to do well overall. Hertz described by Paulos as steady and confident, said
"You aren't usually outstanding in one event because you that the pentathalon brought out a strong competiveness in 46"" while Hertz listed the shot put. Hertz bettered her
don't concentrate your energies in a specific activity," explained previous mark by three feet last weekend at the Tom Black
Hegarty. "But you do need to be better than. average her."What happens' is that each inch or tenth of a second Classic in Knoxville Ten:.. with a 33'2" heave.
Ill 1 in each of the five to score the needed points." '; 'becomes really important, because"with it,comes the extra Hertz, a physical education'education major might win the
The Canton Mass. senior agreed with the UF coach saying points you need for a win. I find myself striving for that extra pentathalon according to Lady Gator coach Paulos.
that it is rare to find a person who can do well in all the events. inch. I really enjoy'the inner drive,"Hertz said. "But of course, a great deal depends on the type of
SHE EXPLAINED that the woman must be a well-rounded IT IS NOT yet known how many women will compete in the competition. We know nothing about the' West and what
athlete with both physical and,emotional strength. two-day event this weekend but the) two UF entries expect to they'll be taking to the championships,' but based'on what
"You need a great deal of arm and leg strength, but you place.' we've seen this year 1 think Heidi has a real chance"said
also need the emotional strength. The ability to totally Hegarty said her weakest event was the.high jump, clearing Paulos.Hancocknothingshortofsensationallately.


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By PAT McGRATH Lately, Hancock has been very few mistakes" said first round. In his last two
Alligator Sports WriterDuring nothing short of sensational, Hancock: : in analyzing his rounds at the' Schenkle in
: winning two tournaments play. "I recently changed my Stat boro, Ga..'Hancock: : did
his first two seasons tying for first in another and grip making it weaker and I not card a. single bogey.
.b 1S as a regular on the UF golf placing ,second in still can maneuver the ball arounda Translated this all means
team and also for the first two another, ,all' during this, lot better. My putting has that In his list 108 holes of the
S lll'T quarters of this year, junior quarter. been good and I'm, consistently tournament golf' Phil Han-
Phil Hancock' has been His latest victory this past getting the ball up cock: : has bogied four times
recognized as one of the weekend in the Falstaff and down from. around the and that is some hot shooting.
outstanding collegiate golfersin Amateur in Pensacola was his green." With the Southeastern
( the country. most outstanding effort yet. In his last three rounds in Conference championshipsthis
j t You can't be otherwise and He shot 65-69 in the final two the Falstaff Hancock: : 'suffered week in Dothan at the
; play for Buster Bishop. rounds to overtake Jerry Pate but one bogey, that on course on which he won the
However despite his solid the reigning National the first hole of (fhe second Southeastern Hancock is
contribution to the bet Amateur champ from round. He'.made two in his poised and ready.
terment of the reputation the Alabama who has spent most -
t Gators have established of the last six weeks finishingin
X SEi during the past three years as the top ten in PGA tour_ Baseball exhibitions
t o a the finest team in America, events.
e .+r Hancock has not been totally HE WON the Southeastern
satisfied.AS Invitational at Dothan Ala. changed two todayThe
A TEAM the Gators early in the quarter then tied
have been winners. As an for first in the Houston AH
individual Hancock has not. American several weeks ago. scheduled exhibition games between the UF Gators
1 and National, Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
He won his first tournamentthat In the Chris Schenkle: three
he entered as a freshman weeks ago Hancock finished playoff-bound Florida Southern have been changed.
until second Originally, the two teams were.to play one game a day for
Gator back in 1972 but to teammate Andy.
GATOR GOLFER PHIL HANCOCK lately that was his only Bean by three. three days starting Tuesday., Now they will play a
I poised and ready for SEC's tournament championship.That's "I've' got a lot more con doubleheader today starting at 3 p.m. on UF's Perry Field
: right until lately.FILMPROCESSINGSERVICE fidence now and I'm making and a ,single game Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

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I Shed no tears for Brundage "


Olympic head not that areatAvery


Brundage, longtime infamous statement that
head of the International ,
"The Olympics are the one MILLER
Olympic Committee (IOC), international affair for
died last week at the age of Negroes Jews and communists
87. Although he was born in ." obviously equatingthe L OPINIONon
St. Louis and made his three minority groups. In
fortune in Chicago Brundagedied the same year Brundage
in Germany where he declared: "Jews must understand which the anti-Jewish Germans and not Jews and
.had lived since 1971. that they cannot use boycott went into effect), the the Germans have the right to
"Slavery" Brundage. as he these Games as a weapon in German boxing federation do what they want in their
was sometimes known, had a their boycott against Nazis." announced it would no longer own country."
f Trionih great deal of affection for These statements were tolerate Jewish fighters or In 1935. therefore many

STILL CHEAPER THAN Germany as early as the made after the outlawing of referees. On June 2. 1933, the Americans attempted to
1930s when Adolf Hitler was non-Nazi political parties in Nazi Minister of Education organize a boycott of the $1936
LAST SUMMER preparing to make the 1936 Germany (July $14. $1933)), the announced that Jews wouldbe Olympics. Twenty-four

only 25 yards from Berlin Olympics a showcasefor "Night of the Long Knives" excluded from youth former Olympic champions
the Nazi juggernaut.IN murder of thousands of welfare and gymnastic requested the Games be
individual bedrooms 1934 Brundage spoke at political dissidents (June 30, organizations, being 'denied moved from Germany the
the national convention of the $1934)). and the national access to the facilities of all U.S. top basketball players
furnished dish washer Amateur Athletic Union -boycott of Jewish business clubs. Julius Streicher wrotein refused to participate in the +

(AAU), claiming German (March 23, $1933)). and the Der Sturmer: "We need Olympic trials, and a number
shag carpeting Jews were "satisfied", with purging of Jews from German waste no words here. Jews are of prominent gentiles (including
their treatment under, the universities and the civil Jews and there is no place for theologian Reinhold
Alst) taking toll reservafions now. Nazis.In service (April 1933)). them in German sports. Neibuhr and former Ambassador

1935 Brundage made his, On April 1,',1933 (the day Germany is the Fatherland of to Germany James

the place W. Girard) sent a petition to
Gator baseball Brundage, reading: "The
statistics impression has been created

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John Cortes'n 44 170 29 49 8 2 3 JJ' 19 ',4 .284 who are not Jews desire to
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J.I CaldwellIB 36 77 13 $16 ,' 4 I I 10 I 13 I .208 no transfer of the Olympics
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