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WASHINGTON (UPI-The) White House announced military measures which Ford had directed to begin Wed ,the Cambodian government through news channels.

Wednesday that the captured merchant ship Mayaguez has nesday evening Washington time. They were: THE MESSAGE to the Cambodian authorities said in
been recaptured in renewed American fighting in Indochina.It .U.S., Marines to, board the Mayaguez part: "We have heard a radio broadcast that you ,,rare'
demanded that the Cambodian government release Marines to land on Koh Tang, the small island where the prepared to release the SS Mayaguez. ,We welcome this
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members of the crew. Mayaguez was stopped, in order to rescue any crew members development, if true." y
The Pentagon said some 200 Marines were battling there
Communists on the i island of Koh Tang in search of the 39- .U.S. aircraft from the USS Coral Sea to undertake The White House did not 'say whether any crew members +
member> Mayaguez crew, but said it had no immediate report "Associated military operations" in the Gulf of Thailand in were aboard the ship when it was seized.

'of> casualties. order to protect and support the operations to regain the THE NEW dramatic developments were announced in the
Pentagon officials said the renewed fighting in Indochinawas vessel and members of the crew White House news center as the President was entertainingPrime

limited to the immediate aria of the ship and Koh Tang, THE MAYAGUEZ was boarded by Marines Wednesday Minister Johannes Den Uvl I of the Netherlands at a
and there were no military operations going on elsewhere. But night after it was abandoned by its Cambodian captors. dinner in the state dining room.

other cancelled.sources said additional"planned operations were In announcing its intention to release the Mayaguez, the The Phnom Penh broadcast was the first public referenceby

Cambodian government said it would not do so under threat the Cambodian Communists on the seizure and was read
MILITARY ACTION to retake the ship ordered by
was
from the United States. over Radio Phnom Penh by information and Defense MinisterHu
President Ford before the Cambodian announced
government "We will not allow them to threaten us to release the ship at Nim.
Wednesday it was ready to release the ship, the,White House specific time" the Cambodian broadcast said.
said. any "Our RGNUC (Royal Government of National Union in
In a message to the Cambodian government, the United NESSEN, MADE it clear that the military action Ford Cambodia) will order the Mayaguez, to withdraw from 9
States said: ordered were already under whay when they were made Cambodian territorial water and will warn it against further v

"As you know, we have seized the ship and as soon as you public. espionage or provocative activities," Hu Nim said.
issue a statement that you are prepared to release the crew "In pursuit of our efforts tO'obtain the release of the SS '
I his applies to the Mayaguez or any other ships, like the
members hold and its President has directed the
the
you unconditionally and immediately, we will Mayaguez crew,
the Panamanian which released
ship flying flag was, on May
promptly cease military operation: following military measures, starting this evening Washington 9." '
:':r. -/ ,White: House Press Secret ry-Rop.Nessen announccdUhat,: Lime;',' Then he ticked off the orders Ford had given. '
',', President, Ford welcomed report from Radiofhnom Penh Almost simultaneously, he announced that the United In Washington, the. Phnom Penh announcement' came jusf t"... '
hat the Khmer Rouge was ready to release the ship. States welcomed the Phnom Penh radio broadcast and aides as President Ford was ending a special meeting'with
BUT AT the same time. Nessen announced a series of stressed the White House hoped to get the message through to Congressional leaders on the Mayaguez situation.Senatevotestocutadministration.

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addition to teaching one class, he explaiend."ThIERE'S "
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NO WAY administrators ,will rearrange
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\I and themselves out of jobs unless someone tells them to," Gordon
added.
A GARY BALANOFF
SUS,Chancellor Robert Mautz said the administrator-to- ''
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,faculty shift would have a "dramatic adverse effect" on the

! university system.
. i (t7 Y :The Florida Senate voted Wednesday 20-15 to shift 15 per "I'm, glad I'm leaving," MaUtz commented after hearing r,
cent of each state university's administrators into ,teaching the news. Mautz retires as chancellor in July when Chan,
positions.The cellor-designate' E.T. York takes over. '
amendment 'to the State University System budget NEW.PROGRAMS and policies have put a'"tremendous

highlighted Wednesday's debate on the senate's. massive burden on administrative offices without a commensurate. ,.
t+ appropriations bill. increase: in personnel," Mautz said. '
r SEN. BOB SAUNDERS, D-Gaincsville,who opposed the "01 course there are some things (in administrative offices).
amendment said he would try to have, the measure recon which are nonessential and can be done away with,",he said.
sidered when the senate meets Friday to complete action on "But I don't know any administrators who are not puttingin
the appropriations bill. enormous hours and doing essential work," he added.
Sen. Jack Gordon D-Miami said, "Universities are there LOCAL SENS. Kenneth MacKay, D-Ocala.and Saunders

for ,the purpose, of: instruction. Administrators don't in" both voted against Gordon's amendment, calling it,,
struct,. .those.positions are cutable.. "frivolous" and ""irresponsible.."
"They've got 500< administrators in Gainesville (UF). Let's Saunders said he felt the legislature was rushing segments
send 60 of them..back into the classroom" the amendment of the SUS budget, without, having enough background information ,
sponsor added.. on how the measure would impact universities.In .
THE PURPOSE OF the amendment. Gordon 'told the floor debate, Saunders questioned Gordon,'about the,)
senators, is'"to insure students. that every possible dollar is ratio' of faculty to administrators at UF and Florida International {
focused,'on "their, education, and not on administration... ,University, in Miami. Gordon's district. f
"We' want to make sure instructional- program quality is WHEN GORDON SAID he, did not know. Saunders, t

preserved .if_not .Improved. *,the way:to, do this is to move replied, "You don't make that kind of decision without,,
administrators into instructional positions he said. knowing."

r UF President Robert 0. Marston said Wednesday night."I 1 Senate Education:Committee Chairman .Robert Graham..,
., sympathetic with the position of trying to decrease administrative D-Miami, agreed that "nobody (in the Senate) had any facts"
overhead," but cautioned against taking "an about Gordon's ,amendment.,,
arbitrary figure out of the air." Graham opposed the administrator shift because,he said
UF COMMITTEES are already looking at ways to reduce the university system "needs goods managers to achieve the
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..._ administration. Marston said, but,how cuts would be made objectives"' set'by,the legislature.
-- ---- -- u photo by rick rosen ,under senate mandate can't be guessed "until they define MACKAY ALSO objected) to the amendment because he

,- administration." said it connoted a lack of,faith in:university administrators.,
Flooded out <' Gordon said the amendment would not necessarily He urged the senators to "stop treating our administrators
: .eliminate all 15 per cent of the administrative positions, just like a bunch of children"
Kim Bobbitt'and Lori Blue clean up after their umo\e them around" to teaching positions. ,Senate .President, Dempsey Barro D-Panama City,
Jennings room, w_ flooded Tuesday. For story, seepage Some administrators would become full time Instructors however, supported Gordon's proposal calling: it "a heck of a'
six. while others would keep their administrative positions in )good amendment."
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WASHINGTON (UPl>-President Ford waited at least 11 of the Netherlands Ford gave no visible evidence that he was
hours before informing the American people Wednesday that under great pressure. At one point, he and Kissinger exchanged -
U.S. warplanes had attacked Cambodian boats for a jokes about soccer with the Dutch leader.
potentially grave international crisis.A Administration sources, said the first U.S. air strikes
short time later, Ford called the National Security against Cambodian patrol boats began by 1 a.m.4EDT I
Council into session at the White House for the third time jn Wednesday, and at least five of them had'been.hit within an
t 24 hours to continue efforts to gain release of'the'U.S.:cargo hour. First public acknowledgement of the operations came
ship the Cambodian forces commandeered in the Gulf of about noon from the Defense Department. There was no
Siam. official explanation for the delay in announcing the

The President conferred periodically with Secretary of State developments. ,
Henry Kissinger and White House officals sought to portray a At that point White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen
sense of calm. said he was unable to provide further details either about the
PhnomLaotions During the president's only public appearances, at the start military action or the status of the 39-man crew aboard the
and end of a meeting with Prime Minister Johannes Den Ujl merchant ship Mayaguez when it was seized Monday.Ford .



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WASHINGTON (UPI>-President Ford received "a strong after' diplomacy apparently failed.
consensus of support" from Congressional leaders Wed. "The issue at stake is not ,the reckless introduction of
seizeU. nesday for ordering an attack on Cambodian gunboats American power into Southeast Asia" said Udall an announced
holding the American merchant ship Mayaguez captive, the Presidential candidate. "But whether the U.S. has

White House said. the will to respond to an arrogant. and. blatantly illegal act of
S buildingsVIENTIANE Many lawmakers agreed that they saw the attack as, a piracy."
justified act of self defense. But some criticized the military Sen. George McGovern said the U.S. "Must resist every
(UPIV-Demonstrators) seized U.S. govern action as hasty, dangerous or unauthorized. effort or excuse to resume a conflict which ended only weeks
ment buildings in two Loa ian cities Wednesday and held Rep. Bella Abzug. D-N.Y., said the strafing violated ago." .
three Americans hostage, including the senior U.S. official in legislative prohibitions abainst U.S. military involvement in
The Senate Armed Services Committee
Central Laos U.S. and Laotian sources reported.The Indochina. "The last thing we need now is to go back to Chairman. John
Stennis. D-Miss., said he had doubt Ford
sources here said the student-led demonstrators raided bombing Cambodia" she said. "All it will do is kill more [ no had authority to
force if in this
U.S. information service and aid buildings in the royal capitalof Cambodians and Americans." use necessary case.

Luang Prabang and the central Laos community of But Rep. Morris Udall, D-Ariz.. said, as one who opposedthe "We can't be pushed around all over the world," he said.
Savannakhet. war in Southeast Asia, "I feel compelled to state my "We owe our men that protection. We have to stand up for
Shouting "U.S. aid go home." the demonstrators ram support tor the limited military action taken by President them. We just must."

paged through the buildings, damaging them and taking
hostages, the sources said. They were reported still holdingthe
buildings in Savannakhet.The .

demonstrators were holding three Americans- Askew signs sentence bill I
including Sanford Stone, the senior American official in gun
central Laos-at the Province Governor's residence in

Savannakhet the sources said. They said other Americans,
Savannakhet, were apparently in their homes while all TALLAHASSEE (UPD)-- Gov. Reubin Askew signed i into violent crimes,'but reservations about the restriction on
. Americans in Luang Prabang had been evacuated by air to law Wednesday a bill setting a minimum, mandatory three judges discretion. He signed the legislation however the, first
Vientiance year prison sentence for major crimes if a firearm is used major bill to be passed this session.
Student leaders said as many as 1,000 persons were involved about the only thing, according to the bill's sponsor "some of "Criminals will now know that, if they use a firearm to
in the Luang Prabang demonstrations. these maladjusts understand." commit a crime, they will be sent to prison for at least three
It was the second anti-American outbreak within a week in The legislation, which opponents say may be unconstitutional years," Askew said. "This law is a positive step toward
Laos. Last Friday more than 1,000 young Laotians marchedon and will cost the state $50 million in new reducing violent crimes in Florida.;"
the U.S. Embassy in Vientiane, hurling rocks and prisons, prohibits judges from withholding adjudication of
demanding the departure of American organizations from the guilt if a jury finds the defendant guilty and from suspending Sen. jim Glisson, R-Eustis, the bill's sponsor said he
believes the stiff minimum sentence will reduce violent crimes
offender .
country sentence or putting the on probation.The
Luang Prabang is located about 125 miles north of law (SB 55)) takes effect July 1 and applies to persons significantly.;

Vientiane and Savannakhet is about 200 miles southeast of convicted of robbery rape, murder, assault, burglary and "When the word gets around that if you use a gun, and
Vientiane.The other major felonies. It is the first major legislation to pass commit crime in Florida the punishment is sure and quick
new demonstrations broke out as U.S. officials were this session. and ycu're going to get it. it's going to make a difference"
putting into effect a "thinning out" of Americans in Laos. Askew urged the legislature to set a mandatory sentence for Glisson said.
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By BRIAN JONES with us." prisoners entering the Florida system is so overcrowded that
Alligator Staff Writer Doctors from UF's W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital and 60 of the hospital's 150 beds are used to house healthy inmates
Clinics I already visit Lake Butler from time to time Rodrigue who can't be fit in anywhere else. \
UF Health Affairs Vice President Chandler Stetson said and include specialists in orthopedics ear. nose and The Lake Butler facility was designed to hold about 800 ,
suggested Wednesday that UF and the state prisons join throat medicine opthomology, urology and plastic surgery. inmates but Rodrigue said Wednesday's inmate populationwas
forces to provide inmates with better medical care. Shands specialists perform surgery occasionally the 1545.
Ten doctors at the nearby prison system hospital in Lake prison hospital Rodrigue' said., RODRIGUE acknowledged that the doctors and 100
Butler are charged' with caring for more than 13,000 male IN ADDITION, Shands figures show about 10 prisoners support staff in the hospital are overworked but said "our r
inmates in Florida's overcrowded prisons. are seen at the UF facility for the first time each week and care is adequate." /
STETSON SAID A cooperative arrangement between UF Godwin estimated over 100 prisoners are presently under Godwin said the prison system "has some that should\ be
and the prisons could be similar to a present agreement with treatment at Shands. brought in (ho the hospital) who weren't because. of
the U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) hospital adjacent to The Lake Butler facility which is the reception point for all crowding" but said such cases were not serious ones. ,
the J. Hlllis Miller Health Center.
:"The agreement we presently have with the veterans administration i
works to the advantage of both the VA and the House justice committee decides
Medical school," Stetson said.
Under the UF-VA hospital agreement, 65 clincal specialists 111
receive seven-eights of their salary from the VA and one- to kill decriminalization ;
marijuana
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STETSON AIRED HIS suggestion in testimony before a By BRIAN JONES mittee was temporarily passed by the committee but Sheldon '
federal court in Jacksonville, where an inmate is sueing the Alligator Staff Writer said the move may have been an attempt to kill that bill as
Division of Corrections, charging inadequate care. .
Stetson said he will "wait to hear what the judge decides," Decriminalization of simple possession of marijuana is well.The study committee would meet between this legislative
and will sound out prison officials if the court_ likes the dead for this year in Florida. session and the next when it would make its report.In .
cooperation idea. The House Criminal Justice Committee voted 13-1 the U.S. Congress, a subcommittee studying federal I
In his testimony, Stetson said getting approval for the ideaand Wednesday to,reject a bill by State Rep. George Sheldon. D- deciminalization for cannabis heard opposition ,to reduced
working out details with prison officials could be concluded Tampa which would have made first offense possession of penalties by Donald Miller. Drug Enforcement Administration
"in six weeks to three months." one ounce or less of cannabis a misdemeanor punishable by a counsel.
A.P. RODRIGUE, head of the prison hospital, said maximum $100 fine. The administration opposes decriminalization for fear it I
Stetson's, suggestion "is an excellent idea." Lake Butler PRESENTLY, POSSESSION of five grams or less of would mean "that the government no longer takes a harsh
Superintendent James Godwin said "any help would, be fine marijuana carries a possible $1,000 fine and one year in jail view regarding proselytizers those persons who convert
while posession of more than that amount carries a possible naive persons to drug abusers" Miller said.
S5,000.fine and five years in prison.
Swim Fins showSwim
give Another cannabis bill in the senate which would allow GSU elects officers
home growing and consumption of five marijuana plants is ,
Fins, Uf's synchronized swimming team will be given little chance of passage. In a sparsely attended meeting Tuesday the Graduate
demonstrating Hips and stunts in time to music today and Alaska decriminalized possession of an ounce or less of Student Union (GSU) elected Lynn McNeal as their new t
Friday at the Florida Pool.The show begins at 8:30: p.m. andis cannabis last night as did California last week. Oregon was president.Jim y
free to the public. the first state to'decriminalize last year. Giarelli and Jim Unnever were named the new vice
Val Eliot president of the Swim Fins said the team has SHELDON SAID HE is "not giving up the fight" and will presidents. Perran Ross and Ken Prestwich were named
been rehearsing for the annual production for three quarters. reintroduce the decriminalization bill next year "if it appearsit secretary and treasurer respectively.,
The team, which features five men and 25 women is under has a good chance of passage." The five new officers took over their positions Tuesday
the direction of Dot Shields,. UF swimming instructor. Another Sheldon bill to set up a marijuana study com-
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By JOE MORAN J.R. Sumner. a University Police Department patrolman
Staff Writer disagreed with the reasoning behind the move, not because of
Alligator
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',,',' ': the use of military power ship
l ', Reactions to 'the United States' bombing of seven Cam was not stopped while it was i in process, ,
bodian gunboats Wednesday ranged from disbelief to casual "IT'S A LATE move," Sumner" said. "They wasted, time '
Pueblo.
the UF like they 'did with the
acceptance on campus.
>r LINDA Many of those interviewed admitted the necessity of some He added that the:force necessar/ to free the ship now is
r action to achieve the immediate release of the American much more than would have been needed if immediate action

i MCGREGOR tanker Mayaguez, seized by the Cambodians Monday. had been taken. '
TERRIE BETOR, 3JM, said she felt the Cambodians Linda McGregor 7AS, was i incredulous. "It s got to be a
1 provoked the attack by attempting to remove American mistake." she said.
.got to bea crewmen from the ship but did not think the action taken SHE ADDED THAT she thought more diplomatic efforts
was correct. should have been made to release the ship before using force.

mistake' She said the government's attitude seemed to be "this is ,

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right move." ;
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Student activism urqed rally/ .'you'rt tff P1gi



i By DEBBIE ERICKSON your case,to Tallahassee". Hanson said.
I Alligator Staff Writer' Arts and Sciences Dean C.A. VanderWerf said Florida kiddingL
ranks 25th in the nation for the per capita giving in higher
j A rally sponsored Wednesday by the Committee for Quality educationbut "students in any state receive the quality of
Education (CQE) ,drew: little support from UF students. education they are willing to fight for." ,
I "Stop, sign the petitions, and let the people in Tallahassee Refer ing jto the tuition increase John Baric.- ice presidentof
photo by John moron
\ know you care about your education." SG President Jim the UF chapter of the CQE said students are,being taxed
Eaton told'the 'small crowd Wednesday afternoon. without representation."WE Barry Miller 2UC, was shocked when he heard word of the
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ONLY ABOUT 30 students showed up for the rally at the J. DO NOT elect the Board of Regents ,and the attack.
Wayne Reitz Union colonade. However, more than 30 legislature won't vote on the matter," Baric said. "You're.kidding! he,shouted.
students stopped and signed petitions calling for a student Baric said the petitions will be circulated, on campus MILLER SAID IIE felt the military move was a mistake
member to the Board Regents, no tuition hike next fall and through Sunday and any students interested in circulating because of the potential danger to the captured seamen.
the repeal of the ruling requiring every student who enters the petitions can come to the SO'office on the third floor. of the However, he said he did 'not think the attack, would lead to j
university with 90,credit hours or less, after September 1976, union to pick up a petition.. greater American military involvement because "the people j
to take at least 15 credit hours summer quarter. .JG; is also providing post cards for students to write their won't allow' if and Congress won't allow it."
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson told students legislature with Baric said. John' Baric 4AS expressed concern that the bombing!
they "should, know quality, ,education is a purchasable BARIC, EATON, SG Vice President Dan Lobeck, State might lead to a renewal of ground conflict in Southeast Asia.]
commodity for which funds must be supplied. Chairman for the CQE James Mason and. founder of UF "You know what my draft number is?" he asked. Baric has|
"STUDENTS AS taxpayers and voters can have an in* CQE chapter Jim Balough, will be going to Tallahassee lottery number in the',low 40s.Woman's. ,
tluence on the legislature. It's your welfare that is at stake" Monday to meet with local legislators and to''present the
he told the crowd. "Pay attention get knowledgable and,take petitions and

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festivities beginA


film festival in celebration of International Woman's
Year (IWY) will begin tonight with a free showing of the
movie "Women In Love."

The festival is, being sponsored, by the Student
Government Office of Women's Affairs and the J. Wayne
Rcitz Union.

& "Women In Love" will be shown at 6:30: p.m. and 9:30:
p.m. and a discussion images of women in twentieth
y s
i century movies and literature" will be held afterwards with
Asst. English Professor Dr. Barrie Strauss English
-r Professor Dr. William Childers and Sueellen Winkle.'
"A Doll's House" will be shown Friday night at 5 p.m., 8
p.m. and 11 p.m. and "Cries and Whispers" will be shown
Saturday night at'5 p.m., 8 p.m and 11 p.m. All movies
1 will be'shown in the union movie theater on the second
s floor. -

... ,, The United Nations General 'Assembly declared 1975
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.. HANSON ADDRESSING RALLY Faculty Council and SG have declared 1975 IWY.Pandora's .
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}'By MICHAEL. BRADLEY dollar budget,was being considered. Senate President Art Aspinwall said no "I 1 haven't made a decision." Andersonsaid
'. Alligator Staff Writer Underthe-rules of, a mandatory meeting, action could be taken against senators not "but I'probably won't ,"' :\
absent senators are contacted.by phone and .. present for the final roll call but added that Anderson said she did not attend the
Four senators were ousted from the Suden; ;notified that,their presence is mandatory."" he would issue a verbal reprimand at next meeting because'"among. other things. I.was
Senate Tuesday night for being absent from. a week's session. asleep." '
mandatory. meeting. IF A SENATOR, contacted and fails to KEVIN MALONE AND John Allen could
v I ,,'' .1, appear within 30 minutes'he is considered to Those students who were expelled have the not be reached for comment.
Former, Senate President. Kevin Malone. have automatically: .resigned.. option appealing to the senate, which can Senate President Art Aspinwall said it was
and Senators, ,. : .'. reinstate an expelled senator with a two-
John Allen Ingrid Anderson. his understanding that Malone was in the
and Wendy Schere were expelled when they The mandatory meeting was called at thirds vote.EXPELLED. ,process of finding a replacement to fill his
failed to respond to a mandatory meeting call. approximately' 11:15: p.m. and absent SENATOR Wendy Scherer seat for the remainder of his term,which ends I
senators had until midnight to be present for will appeal her,expulsion. She said she had in. October. ,
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A MANDATORY MEETING was called the roll call. been-studying for 'a test.
during the regular Tuesday night session Illness and studying'for' tests.are listed in READER'-
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'the senate's rules of procedure as valid ex-
hear the first of the 1975 By 11 only 37 were
present to reading % present. p.m present
cuses for an absence according to'Aspinwall."I've The swimming competition of the first
76 revised senate budget. three:short'of a quorum.. only missed one or two other annual Atheltic Association Gator Superstars,

Student Body Treasurer Caleb Grimes said ,AT THE MIDNIGHT mandatory meetingroll meetings which is a lot better than some event will be held at Graham area pool Friday
repeatedly during the seven-hour session that ,call 45 senators,were present making aquorum. senators" Scherer said. night at, 7 and not at Florida pool as was
this was one of the most important senate ..But by the final'roll l taltat 3 a.m.. INGRID ANDERSON, elected in April stated in Wednesday's paper. )
meetings of the year because the half-million only'42 were 'present. probably will not appeal her expulsion. The Alligator regrets the error. r

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JANET PARK water poured in.
Alligator Staff Writer At 10:30 Tuesday night room 443 residents
Mary Pat Savinelli and Lori Marks were r.>
Torrential rains Tuesday night flooded mopping an inch of water off their floor.
three Jennings Hall dorm rooms and caved ina SAVINELLI. pointed to the soaking wet
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her shoes and tapes. residents of room 441 suffered only a wet'
THE ROOF OF Jennings is currently being carpet. Rockwell
repaired to stop leakage by retarrinjt. it. BOBBITT SAID when she filed her claim
Bobbitt said she and her roommate had to housing authorities also agreed to clean her
sleep on the floor in friends' rooms and were carpet.
forced to postpone three midterms because "I. came in this morning and it was just Scientific
they had no place to study. floating," she said.
David Fisher, a custodial supervisor in Tar, grease and oil from the roof repairing
Jennings, said he had been cleaning up the mixed in with the water pouring down to
water in the hall, where the ceiling caved in streak the walls brown and leave greasy brown Slide Rule
under the weight of the downpour since 8:20 marks on the floor.
Wednesday morning. Pedretty said she was meeting with other
USING A "WET PICKUP" instrument housing officials Wednesday to discuss
resembling a giant vacuum cleaner Fisher moving Bobbitt and her roommate Lori Blue doesn't cost an
said he had cleaned up puddles on the floor to another dorm room.
"every 10 to 15 minutes." "I haven't had time to work on it yet" she
"And it's still dripping in," Bobbitt said said. "Right now .I'm looking into where to
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Three Bean Play School may be ableto THE SCHOOL had been notified by James
stay in the same frame house it has oc- Hennessey, UF director of housing that the
cupied for 24 years. Southwest Gainesville house had to be
Arthur Sandeen, vice president for student vacated,by July 15 .so it could be renovatedand
affairs, met with the staff of the school rented to the students. '
Wednesday and agreed to "reconsider" a Requests from the school that housing be \ **
decision to move the school out of the old found elsewhere so the play school could
house owned by UF and rent it to eight UF continue,to operate, have been denied by ..I..
students. Hennessey.
SANDEEN SAID he would give them an Mollie Keeney. director of the school said \ '
answer by Friday after exploring alternative she had been unable to find another house in
housing possiblities. the same area to put the school, which mainly \ .
Sandeen said he met with the staff and serves the children of people connected with ,,,
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there to "listen to their point of UF.Keeney said Wednesday she was "given ', ;:
view. .and show we are not trying to be hope" by the meeting with Sandeen.She j "," :{ "
insensitive to their problem." added she thought Sandeen was ,
"I. wanted to let them know we had an open "sincere" in saying he was going to try and
mind on this and the matter could be find some alternative for the students' .
reconsidered." Sandeen explained. housing. "

,t 63R Scientific Slide Rule

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least 15.000 participants in an intensive cutbacks. :: 1 $99.95
letter drive directed at the Board of Regents. Council President Neal Marks said faculty :;,,1
Forms have been prepared leaving students members were requested to sign up in their ., ,
department offices and indicate the numberof ,:; For anyone who needs scientific I .
students in their classes that could fill out ,,;,: J J' notation plus economy, the Rockwell
Faculty.meeting forms. I" 63R is The Answer.
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Marks said the forms take only 10 minutesto
The United Faculty,of Florida (UFF) will complete and that time can be "balanced .. ':, 'computations, degree/radian
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meet tonight at 7:30 and will elect 'a new, against the quality of future,education." ,conversions and parenthetical
president to replace current UFF President Marks said that after the drive is completed .,.. J :, operations. Has a fully addressable
Norman Markel. council members will '' '
present the :. '
.... The meeting will take place at the student and faculty comments to Education memory and exponent capabilities. Trig
University Women's Club on Newberry Road Commissioner Ralph Turlington Gov. (and inverse trig) functions. Log functionsand
across the street from the Florida' track. Reubin Askew and Sen. Robert Graham who antilogs. Y. Constant pi. And much,
Board of Regents member Jack McGriff previously requested student comments on much
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myriad strolling of artistic creations.avenue taking i,, the people and the have a chance to ponder over paintings woodwork pottery for children including a Kiddie Art Booth which provides

Once again it's time tor the weaving designs jewelry, photography and graphics. materials for the youngsters to dabble in the arts themselves.
this annual Spring Arts Festival The festival'' will last from 11 a.m. to I p.m. on Saturdayand There will also be a petting zoo. bookmobile and entertainment -.
Saturday and
Sunday. This year the arts festival from 1 to 7 p.m. on Sunday. Best of all it doesn't, cost a such as puppet shows to keep the little tykes
sponsored by Santa Fe Community College has been
moved thing. unless. of course you come across something you
from the Hotel Thomas busy.Other
to a more aesthetically appropriate absolutely must have. entertainment will be offered. Both days have a

location Avenue and- 8th Northest Avenue.welllandscaped 1st. Street between Northeast 2nd To keep the art enthusiasts from feeling any hunger pains schedule tilled with alternatives to the strolling and
there, will 'be several concession stands offering such critiquing. The list is too long to enumerate. Suffice it to say
Jh medians of the neighborhood boron traditional dishes as hamburgers and hot dogs. For those who there will be a variety of dance companies pantomine.. and
deg l-iit! tptfrCainesvJe"J will} be-lined! ,WJth bOths.( are more defined iJt;1 ek t choice of food. New Harvest vocal ensembles.. "
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:" Alligator Staff Writer, "My bracelets." ),,and her plan to stop a ""
"Oh. No they're fine." civil war. Enlisting the aid of "

In the small dark "Hey, Greg what about the women from the two ,
cavernous store front-turned- this board?" warring cities. Lys (Krista !!..'. "<
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theater the dress rehearsalfor As Hausch rushes, to '
over Mitchell) asks them to : : .I '
the Hippodrome's"Lysistrata" investigate he is stopped mid. withhold sex from ,their men ,, d \ ,,; _

is about 'to stage by the lighting engineer.He who are home on leave. : .

begin. needs a check on lightingcues. :The plan is not exactly met; ? .
Actors dash around the with the utmost enthusiasmby

stage clothed in flimsy togas Finally Hausch gathers his the women. But they '\"t ',",1.;"..""." .. ""'.! '
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and negligees. Off in a corner cast around him for a pep talk eventually however reluc ;/'
choreographer limbers up in Knute Rockne style. tantly agree to go along with .
with her dancers. Nearby a "THIS IS A very important the idea. To insure that the .
three-piece combo runs night." he begins. "It's the plan works. Lys and the girls
through several catchy only dress 'rehearsal well" seclude themselves away from i

familiar tunes. have so Jet.s'let it right temptation in the Acropolis.,

IN THE DOUBLE. tonight. Keep up your energy The men. of course are ,
DECKED bleacher seats a your concentration and your outraged by such a plan. --- ---- ;- -
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deeply tanned nude young character.: After that, Several attempt to storm the ATHENIANS VS. THE SPARTANS by wool

woman talks quietly with ran* .remember", gout; Jfines'chiractttSo -but' Acropolis only to be met by, the civil War which led to the women's actions I
associate. She is "fa above all leep'tn Stella (Laura Symons Stella .
costume. (Later when posingfor let's go out there and,win is a feisty ol bitch who dares
publicity shots she insistson one for Yom Kippur" them to cross her.

"no pictures my front or Laughter. THE PLAN IS working, skimpy togas. They beg. They fun show with a little: bit to singing intensity level. ,But. ..
face: -I'm anonymous.") "Uh. make that the but morale is low. Inside the cry. They moan. They groan. say." nevertheless it looks like the i
The man in demand is the Gipper." Hausch adds. fortress the women are Eventually the two warring The dress rehearsal was Hippodrome just might have i

director. Gregory, Hausch. The cast scurries off stage horny. A, few try to sneak out factions are brought to their fun. It was also, energetic another bit on its hands. ..
With seemingly boundless the lights dim. the overture for a quickie but Lys in- respective knees in front of rousing and often hilarious.
.
energy.. Hausch moves from begins. tervenes. the Acropolis. Lys and the (Keepan eye on Martin Mew's The show will open May 16
actor to actor answering "LYSISTRATA" was Outside. it becomes evident women get their peace. And cigar chomping police and, run through' May 31.
questions and solving written by the Greek that the men are having to for that matter the men get commissioner, should get Mondays and Tuesdays the
problems. dramatist Aristophanes. The deal with a very painful their piece too. 10 to life ,for stealing the theater will be dark. Tickets, .

"Greg do my bracelets plot centers around the leadcharacter. problem. Erect phalluses HAUSCH ,says he chose"Lysistrata" show.) Hausch still has some may be obtained' ,by calling \
make too much noise?" Lysistratator( Lys in protrude from beneath their because, "it's a kinks to work out with the 373-8375.




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Vassar Cements the man with the saucy fiddle is coming ..:.'

to the Longbranch Monday and Tuesday evenings. Clementsis ..J..,
the fiddler who accompanied John Hartford at the free "'

concert on the Plaza of Americas last fan. .
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The 39-year-old Clements has been a studio musician and
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Nashville sideman since 1949. Clements has had the honor in .,
the past to record with such known artists as Jimmy Buffett ;: ,

The Grateful Dead. Linda Ronstadt. The Allman Brothers.
The Earl Scruggs Revue and Doc Watson to mention a few.

Probably his latest tour de force was his collaboration with
Richard: Betts on the album of the same name. "Hand
Picked": is one song on the album which gives him an opportunity ,
to produce some of those incredibly clean and
i flowing licks on the fiddle. Cements ,is a neighbor., Occasionally

.*It".f referred to as the Kissimmee Kid. Clements was
; : \" born in Kinard. Fla. and went to school in Kissimmee. Two __ ---At

years after his high school graduation. Clements boarded a "i i ItI
bus with a round-trip ticket to Nashville and 35 cents in his I
The seven musicians above,comprise Heartwood, aband
There he the fiddle for Bill Monroe's Band
pocket. played out of Athens. Ga., which t will be playing at the
of the classics of bluegrass.
one Beef!V Bottle through Saturday. They: play wooden R
Bouncing: back from a fight with demon alcohol. Cements :.
has put the last nine years of his life into.HA,2S2-year-old mellow music. It is a combination ;of' country'' ,and

fiddle the head of which: h carved in the likeness of a beardedman. ountry rock with some Southern rock tossed in.The

His dedication b finally playing off as he his"been in shows are at 9.and 11 p.rru and tickets are $2.

increasing demand especially for college audiences.The .),
band which: will) play before Cements is Colours from .4.. t
Demer. Colo. Colours has a Wuegrass-rock: sound which has

VASSAR CLEMENTS been described as a cross between Poco and the Eagles. .,. ( 'i,
and smooth music to town The shows are at 8 and 11 p.m. and 'ticket's are $3.50. '
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Florida Legislature doesn't fool around. D W NAME DARNED '

Early Take fish in the for session instance.both houses recognized Ifl'STAKEAOOSERLOOK> NEED/MORE FACTS... m\Ntl\ HGE1NM? \I \ \?! 'N0.' f fIs

Florida's need for a state fish it could,call it's own.
But the question was, which of Florida's many fish / I /

would bear that distinction?
Saltwater fishermen were pitching for the .
mighty Atlantic sailfish, while freshwater fanaticswere
equally adamant for the large mouth bass.

Then, in a classic example of legislative com-

promise at work, two state fish were designated
one saltwater fish and one freshwater denizen.

That earth shaking piece of legislation, for the

record, cost Florida taxpayers $1,006.92 in

printing bills, proving that money is no object
when it comes to state pride.

Some of us find it ironic however, that valuable

time and money is spent creating fuel for state

jokes while truly significant legislation gathers
dust.Take Kissinger a falling domino ?

Sid Martin's HB 1491 for instance.

Martin is an Alachua County freshman ..
WASHINGTON Secret military cables place courage and marvelled at elan. But when, as an historical
representative, and as such 'is pretty much expected -
the blame for the quick collapse of South Vietnam directly onPresident exercise, we probed behind her public image, we discoveredthat
to maintain a, low profile during his first Nguyen Van Thieu. she was a monetary monomaniac.We .
term while learning the ropes. Thieu left Saigon with a blast at the United States. He discovered that she entered into a$3 million contract as
But Martin has always found it hard to hide his blamed untrustworthy Americans for the defeat. The truth is a pre-condition marriage;raised pin money to the level of a
bearlike frame, and this term he isn't even trying.He that his own ,military miscalculations: more than anythingelse six-figure tax shelter; and turned her clothing into'a resale
knows about the problems of public caused the debacle. industry.She .
THIEU WAS indecisive. He gave the order to pull back his could not manage the functions of her personal life
education in this year of recession, and he's troops into a more defensible perimeter, but then could not 'without a battery of attendants, transporters lawyers and
worked out a' means of generating about $24 decide where they should make. stand. He issued orders, diverters. She''consumes'enough of the world's i luxuries to
million extra for state schools and universities.It then cancelled them. provide necessities for hundreds of families.

seems that while state sales and gasoline tax Finally the commander of the key Second Military Region,
account for about 57 cents of the tax dollar going after a meeting with Thieu, returned to his men and ,announced
into Florida's general 'revenue,' businessmen are : "We're pulling'' out tonight." T JACK ANDERSON
They left behind vast stores of weapons and equipment.They .
still getting a three per cent rebate just for
also left the First Military Region outflanked. The WEEKLY
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collecting retreat quickly turned into a rout. As the panic spread, Thieu
Martin has filed a bill to reduce that rebate by went into seclusion to wait for an American miracle.

One per cent. HE KEPT insisting to his ministers in the final days that AND
JACQUELINE Aristotle could not get along, and
The state has had that three cent rebate "the Americans miracles."
per can produce could not stand each other's friends. He referred to her
since 1949, and only one other state, Colorado, hasa But there were no miracles. In fact, the chief U.S. "miracle companions as "faggots," and she routinely snubbed his oil-
larger rebate at '3.33 per cent. Only five other worker" Henry Kissinger,may be the last casualty of the war. industry,friends.

states match the Florida rate. The backrooms of Washington are buzzing with talk that For example, Ari invited British Petroleum chairman Sir
the one-time Secretary of State is on his out. Eric. Drake and his wife
superstar way to Skorpios one summer. Jackie
Martin, has a good point, and he doesn't mind
MANY EXPERTS believe that the fall of South Vietnamwas ignored the guests, and spent her time 'running movies to
pointing out that while education in this state is
entertain herself. ,
an inevitable result of.the 1973 Paris peace accords,
begging for money, Southern Bell Telephone last which Kissinger negotiated The terms granted the North When Ari scheduled an important dinner with Mobil Oil
year made'$500,000 just for obeying the law and Vietnamese army a formidable foothold in the South. President William Tavoulareas and his wife. Jackie refused to
collecting sales tax from it's customers. The Kissinger policy in neighboring Cambodia also attend. Like a school kid playing hook 'she sent a note
crumbled when put to the test. Cambodia was a peaceful, instead, falsely claiming that her son John was sick.
Martin that the first year's proceeds
proposes neutralist nation until Kissinger and President Richhrd: Nixon OUR SOURCES SAY
that Jackie frets a lot lately about
from the reduced rebate be divided ,with 45
up per took the war across the border in 1970. Now it is in Communist her' age. ,
cent, or about $11 million,. going into higher hands.Kissinger's She is terrified, they say, of turning 50. When the subjectarose
education and ten per cent' going to state failures in Southeast Asia, sad our sources, may recently she put on a sour face and exclaimed "Ughl"!
university libraries. The rest of the money wouldgo cost him his job. This concern translated itself into more spending, on
to mental retardation facilities, junior colleges, JACKIE JOTTINGS Jacqueline Kenndey Onassis is an cosmetics clothes,and beauty, treatments. .
and schools. international superstar; a cult figure who has been a symbolof Contrary to her glittering public image close friends
agriculture grade America. Along with millions of others, we admired her portray Jackie asa. self-centered .
spendthrift.rag.
We believe the extra $11 million would be a fine

substitute for a proposed tuition hike currently
under consideration ,in the legislature.But Ron Cunningham David Klein
The Independent Editor.ln.Chlef Managing6ditorFlorida I
.
the problem' is Martin's. bill, filed in early "
April has been collecting dust in the Taxation and 'Moran I..tI"
: b' : b artEdB"'Gill
Finance committee ever since., Alligator.. :, fdl : :' ..Jfi i'to

Chances, are it will die there. Uateti "u 'Mindi.. kelman J :f .

Florida is already resting on one of the weakesttax EP News Editor .. ,. tw 1C Editor
bases in the nation. We believe Martin's bill is

the best( solution for increasing state revenue 1t.A.'Tony' Kendzior: .. .'. ... ',.' '.'. .. .. ...... ......... ..G.n.,1 Manager .j.'Jam.1 .
V.Cook . ... :.. ,. ... . ..... .,.. ,..a". ., ..Assistant Gen.rol .'
without raising taxes. .In. fact we have to wonder if MI'I. Evelyn Best . .... .. ...; .,,,. .. ,.'.' ,,..Admlnll1ratlv.Manager Aulatant 'P\lbliihed'' by I
businesses ,should be entitled to even a, two per "" n.Mal P.h.I" : :; ":: '. '. ... ;,,. ".'" goo r (;""" .','" (;""",.""",,,......... ...,
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The bill is bound to come under heavy fire from Ray McGee Jr" . .. ... .. . .. .... .........Adv.rtlalng" 'I Siotion. GoiM.iII.. AoridIII with 'J
the business lobby but the fact is it deserves its Donna Lubrana . ... .. ........... ... . ,. .....",. ... .Ad v.rNstng Coordinator Manog<< offlc" behtrt4' the'Coli.q, Nn+.
day on the House' floor' "supporters and key Horp.r . . .,...." ... .. .c. . .. .Sp.cial s.ctlonlCoordlnator 1121 W." UntwM" ,
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opposition Lynda Homl. . . '.' . . .. ... .. .. ., ...Adv.rtising Production Susineu Off k phc :37..4446x.
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First, I in the INTN f
EDITOR may city.Further. ,=,
take this opportunity to thank as you have 4g j '/4..
you very sincerely, for your pointed out students our
continued faith and endorsement future generation of
leadership have a low
very
In your editorial! en- voter turnout record. This L ( \\I
dorsemeijt of me you noted 'fares badly for the future of
the importance of 1 students our democratic system: .
participating in city elections. THE ALLIGATOR also '
May I expand on that from reaches beyond the student II

this perspective: Ap readership, into the com
proximately 22,000 of the munity.at large. Therefore I

28,000 UF students are off hope that the continued > .. S : s ki
campus residents. The otTo efforts of The Alligator will x 'yis

campus people live mostly encourage citizen interest in 'y sy
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within the Gainesville city local 'government and its
limits. It could be said then, activities.
that A LARGE NUMBEROF I commend The Alligator WAIT IN f
GAINESVILLE for its efforts to encourage wow
CITIZENS ARE U.F. citizen interest in local
STUDENTSI! government and I, in turn
IT IS NO longer a questionof pledge my best efforts toward .
"we" and hey," ;it is US. that goal.

What happens in Thank you.,

Gainesville, government ADVICE & DISSENT
directly affects EVERYONE AI Muzzell



Men overreactto Refugees- are not so different


EDITOR It has been very depressing to me to read about himself out of the ghetto, then turns his back on his brothers.
accusations the hate reactions of people to Vietnamese refugees. Although We're all in t the game of life together; we're all suffering from
I can identify with the feelings of anxiety, fear and anger at the same terminal disease; we're ultimately going to come to
the ever-increasing unemployment situation, which is causing the same end. When we accept the ephemeral nature of our
EDITOR This letter is in to Mohammad S.Rashdan. .
reply people to adopt a "dog-eat-dog" attitude I think there is a existence,when we have the courage to face up to the fact that
"Whistles the
not :
are answer to rape problem greater concern with lies in the midst of this controversy. The one day all we have all we know, and all we are will come to
majority of women are attempting to fight back words on the Statue of Liberty left an indelible impression on nothing we can stop wasting energy maintaining the illusions
and protect themselves against rape in any way possible, me: the images, the facades.
we find some men counteracting this attempt by taking Give me your tired your poor, We can stop worring about the fact that I'm young and
personally all accusations:: made against the rapists. Your huddled masses yearning y you're old that I'm poor: and you're rich that I'm
Instead of trying to Understand the problem and to helpto to breathe free "American" and you're Vietnamese.

solve its some people "ignore the question" and attack 'The wretched refuse of your teeming shore We can then make everything that's going on now count.
other factors such as dress. Does a nine-year-old child then remember that the Vietnamese
Send these the homeless tempest-tossed Maybe we can people are
,
dress revealing"provocative: areas of her body :Would an
to'me: men women and I children with the same hopes, desires
elderly woman constitute a tool for "staking a'man out on fears with the.same hurting inside of 'who
,I lift my lamp'beside the golden door., deep feeling one
the desert and holding a glass of water an inch away from has left all possessions all friends, all family and native
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his lips. I think we would do well to remember that our ancestors country behind.
STATISTICS HAVE shown that clothing worn by came to this country for the same reasons all people take
women who had been raped had no affect on the attackers ,refuge here. It seems we've lost sight of the philosophical roots l
decision to rape. supporting our heritage. Linda Lee Dunham +
Whistles have been proven to be effective in attracting THE SITUATION IS not unlike the person who raises 8ED
attention of bypassers or anyone close by. Women are
utilizing whistles along with other forms of selfprotectionin
an attempt, to halt rape.'Granted, "Whistles are NOT
(he help.answer, to the rape problem,".but they are one methodto Mentally/ retarded need volsAdvocacy / I


Monica Grey EDITOR Next month the Retarded Citizens will depends upon We hope that as we enter
Rape Informatloh and Gainesville Citizen Advocacy celebrate its second anniversary intereited people in the our third year' of operation
", j. .:it. #,- Counseling.Service Program funded by the of operation.: Beinga community. that more of you will become
"I ttt.., ,.;. r. '. Florida Association for volunteer program Citizen Without the involvement,of involved and giv of your time

11 +...r 'J\\ people willing to give of their and expertise toward our goal
time and energies the of making life more normal
:, : ,,.' .. mentally retarded citizens of for those very special people
,", Gainesville would be at a loss the retarded citizens of our
,
for the friendship and aid community.We .
,>, tended by Citizen Advocates. are especially seeking
,WE WISH TO thank the persons to work on a one-to-
'r T'i students and faculty of UF for one basis with older male
their involvement in our residents of the local group
program You have served as ,living homes. If you are interested -
advocates working on a one- in volunteering a few
ic-one basis with clients of hours a month please contact
Sunland the Opportunity Roberta Malavenda, Citizen
Center the Sunshine School Advocacy coordinator or
I and the group living" homes. Frank Leclerc, assistant. by
Members of the UF faculty calling 378-1409.
and graduate students have
provided training and Frank" Leclerc:
technical assistance to the Assistant
program. Citizen Advocacy Program


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Seiko Diver Watch Brand New Stopwatch Wedding Bond, t Engagomonl Ring Nato 2'% SIR .wtlt evolovet tti meterpritm !MIni repotted 7 month old excellent sublet. : ono-bodroom modern furniahodopt. SUMMER SUBLEASE: own large bedroom
Auto Wind ItO Coil Barry anytime. .i TrodftloAol or Contemporary designs of ,40 mm"" w-A,240 MM T.t.,80 mm condition price firm Ijbl 200 speakers Immedtale occupancy pinewood 'IK 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1'10"' ... Northwestsetters ... .
'392-1176 (e-2t-l36-p) your choko.! Handmade for Individual t 2.0 normal plus sure ....Mia" tube $1100. mocmtoth C-J8 pro amp with ape,. 378-3060 (b-5t-133-p! > > twelve block from c-, $60
PRECISE SOUND REPRODUCTION A-3o who wont (he ...... Original work I ySollfh' Mt. Ute 120 or 220' film colt 00 392- Wblnet" "50. mac. 2105 amplifier with, Pur I It apt A-C. Private Patio a aIL mo 376-1894 (b-5M32-py
.-ok."*. AR omplifi. DUAl turntable, leading M.... Matter GoldSmith .144 (IOoSt.133-rt' cabinet. 1635. pioneer 6200 runer $100. mid-June, fall option US. mo. 378-228T 2 big, 2 bedroom opt muM be sublet for
SONY costar dock. RIC 373-9610 (o5teke. end lapldltf. Unconditional' Cin;'MO waterbed padded block vinyl toot toot to tool recorder 3300.5 $560 (b-5M33-pT the. ....m....... Roth tee furnished and
Guva tee OZZIE By appointment only aW ,1229 twrmobie with. ins typo can W M near me--mod confer.
136J_ keno, lt,.e end temp, "conlrol( heaMr Realty. beautiful house. In N W.: Mdtoit. vpverit
fawn male great done 22 mo 373-3894. (a-49M03-pl) Ion offer Won(| be accepted:Cal Dowd el indpe $25a 378-7862 fo-4t-135-e row own room. *batn-M $90.... + .' summit.house.. CoIl 378-3628 0' 376-3026
champie bloodlin. podio/ee ear* House hilt sole slot e to.tempw central A 377-8332, 5-7 pm" (r4.t 33-p y lover CMt Sup.r-ti Movie CamerevZerxm rat;: Una free end room to- wove. Colt, (.-! .t33 p) ,
cropped 'very large ">.v'" iota willservice H 3 bdt. 2 both .....,Iy room equity Otis '09IIat.r.ftenll., overhauled and Color TV l 19"diagonal U" width. 377-3333 now no duck: (b-5r-l33-p> 2 bdrr mobile .homo.. for ,..... II 10, per
lit told price to. tale. $300 Mud assume >* mortgage 1310.74 month ot M perfect working. .cIw. TypevoiwtmmoMer WIll take best offer Coil Nancy 378- mo, $30 tecurlty depot located 17 m*.
tee negotiable ph 37o-307 (oJl-136- 7'/.* portent oppomlmenti only $33,000 double note, best offer. CASt or 377.1046 (o-3t-l35-p summer sublet: two roommates tack wen oi g>Me.. call glendcr 37....... 8-4
P) 372-M73 "fo-rOl-131-p) Colt :373.1664. Gten (o-3t-l33-p) GUITAR......telecatter $200 AMP twin, own furnished room$73 at each Kowalton plus '.3 village MIL fI-! er 472-287O' ( .'.132-p)

For Sale 71 Hondo O3QO only 8.000 S3 o-trotlk tope $130 for oil or 53.SO per for sole 3 piece best set IncltidM firm reverb.. pre-CBJ. cell$330 Dean hat 376-4004 new iro twelve tall! (terry ot 378-3683 mattress boMprmg' (double .1 triple 1ftt"lpOOk. (10-3- both furnMted reduced rent hilt summer
mile tike New. Olive green $730 Call tape calf 392-8426 afternoon (O3M33J15SE only
oner 2 pm- 372-3486 Coil Corer 373-3234 (I.-.-'3.L-) Wooded homettte. ,-6 acre*. Quail St. (Speck Summer Rots) 377-151311t-31-IUp( )_
for see "68 mobile homo 12 krt Mefroto, financing ovallable.Cilbgon 100.$123 PER NO.
liberty p
****************. .A A*******} 30 2 bedroom' tg. titcHeri' A .Owing. room. Real' Estate 475-2248 (o3r)3SU2 ) All unit,'2 IR.furnished with,' otr. (usury Moving. anytime MAO between THIS Now t Sept

l cared 2 ink from campus OMellenlcond. )___ f.aturetAvolleblo far .loose through Aug. 31 tf let M rent you "haute' er apt at M .....
i .Hi Car a iaKia l70a Coll 373-M1O (o >-34-p) greenhouse tale healthy. plant 'k*cloy Prairie View Mobile V.ltogo. United Real. E.ote 377-6993 (fs-115.p)
: photo equipment sewn graiehi w-33 pots Mmdoy only 'Oamgo well on 378-441' 373.3284 SUBU1 jwnel-owcpl. Zeus ,opt on-
flash anoched newberry rd, pool 1-75 to NW VI* ...
tent filM Mall
mm ((5'k") Available to new tennis onfyl furnished a*,carpet.plies to rent
12th Street 378-9086 adopter and 2 grafmatlc $1000 worth follow signs (o3t35pt_ 150.00.... vgl office ph.3764720. (b4t136r -
tot $23000 celt 473-2064 (o-3 -|34-p) AinC LANSING Speaker OtgmeHy ((b-5t-M.-pj) )_
Any and Everything Calculator commodore wilt qua root. '$180 eocK-Now only $135 for- !the pot .
*. lour fun.* new conditioner$33 373431 1 licellenl/ thapo Must tell 372-5535 -(C. WMr ernsme1ua
J for sports Cars Jf (e-3t-134-f 5r135-p r----------r )
For tale: Gideon Flying'.,".render twin. 68 VW fully equipped camomobileTOeng 1 FREE I III
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). frformaiKWorfc: reverb, best offer call george 3774298 73 (Parr 2ompg 11695. clean 1 ELECTRONIC ENGINE 1
, *. ready. to travel and \T tram kayok.mini .
G>ivnSpMlolfyWorl( (o.5t-l34.p) _
w-poddlet $185. 372-8227 1'L WITH EACH I II III
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MG. Triumph Heoly Briorwood1 7ft peeltable excellent ( >-l3S-p) '
J Most parts for British Cars J condition ttkktballtlighl, mcluded $200 cod Two fine ,wilen. Gtanmk classical with II I '!!!!-.. tUNB-UP I
2wood Tiron $33
golfchib bog
1 Mon.-fri. 9AM-6PM 373-2350: (o-5t.132-p)_. toss $12500 I Gibson steel string In 19$2 N. MAIN ST. PHOWf 373.S247LIQUIDATION I
*******************-1 beautiful, condition> $100.00 377-0970 or I Im.f11..yt -----------------------
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SEE fully f rdsh.d. washer dryer take overpayment

O O Shows con Ift. Metiler*75 o month.378-50520,378-406.s.Equity negotiable STARTS TOMORROW

condition. (e-5M35-p)
900ar: >d11:00Admission :
W"bargein.. Vita 33mm OI
i.' U w' te.ssIl.W .learns lo fit Nikon, can .be adapted for
$2TONIGHTTHRU other c_.,... MuM tell $. .. bee
offer cell Mike 377-4436 f.3t135pJYrovnd ( ) tAcQMacG UEE10

home on lake Geneva
keystone Hi*. tchoof dlllrict. 1622 to fl..
eef &ottle wait& to welt carpeting drapes Move lIfrn
I SAT. ref. 13 s. 15 ...nllo.... cypress A ViA'l ""rn s
_bllo,. $10.000 down, lake up -
THE ENTERTAINER
payments 475-1J66 evening (C.I-: ,,35- -E..G vd
LOUNGE p 1 __ ____
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6220 SW 13th Street Stereo for..... Excenent cendKlo Ail In Cinema l
one unit Including .conette player end % I II
Susan & Richard Thomas ( Blue Thumb Records! ** ** recorder. lUll negotiable colt 377-8281 I -

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DUPLEX: live mono tide and tent from
other pay*mortgage,......Good neighborhood -
".000 down. Goad term. Sa10ta5ao
Wayne 0. Mason Ce kx KAIKX.
GA. rr 377-0789. (fo- -IU,)

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2 female roommate wonted for own
room In bedroom house apartment. 3
block from campus 50 + 1-3 utility
I move In anytime power .Juno 373-8008 .
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\ Houtetrailer for rent 125 a month fur- i
nahed2 bedroom phone 3731 1 after
5:30 p.m. available for summer (b-SI-
134-p)

AVAIL fAllir Wo nave a landlord
presently building 9 bdr haute m NW SALEElectronic
,qtr eel will .be ready. for Sept. ReterveOneNowll

2 bdr'4' NW sect; bike to campus Equipment Must Be Sold I
Over 30 opt* -- walk to UP.
United Real Estate Attoc. (A Complete Sfer" System for 43.25))
113 Nt lorn Avoam8pm
LON 9 3776992knury 50 PER CENT SALE
6 (1b-3+I)

Jurnith' 1 CD, central quiet Portable Cassette Recorders-(60)( )
totting, close to ._put. 160. available 1
now 377-1715 or 378-6250 (b-3M34-p)' Superscope C-101 (slightly used)

Apartment to sublet clots to campus* 2 retail 59.95 SALE 29.95

pool laundry center 2 bedroom SAVE PERCENT
furnished c.ntrol.1r 193$ month 50
GRC RECORDS & TAPES Summit Howe Aptt No. 827 Ph 377-8460

(1"St-'Up) BASF Cassette Tapes (NEW)

Juno....,.... W. foil' op. 3 best haute. 8 ,2 C.60's Hea Jnf stert-Low''Noise
23 NW.I3 Avo. c.".. air. big yard. .
comfortable 250 mo, Vt Juno lost mo. retail 2.59 SALE .1.30SAVSMPWCBIT
4 set .,. no pets coil soon 377-8703
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AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE RECORD STORE fm roomie 3 bans house near uf 66.67mn. r.: ,
50 SO. ,.3 utIlities 001101)10 6.| Solo sp.ek.'rlsysN used
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1424 nw 6 place phone 372-3224 (b-3t-: 3 '
: .. GAINESVILLE ,34-1') retailia95SAUa.50SAVEMPBtONT .
'. JUNE liNT fRSIl Summer sublet 2
: : w..... tin city opt x pool but tocampu
.. STRICKLY FOLIC CHAPTER 3 \ .
*. available |one IStte coil 37J-
2442 anytime (b-5l-l34-p) Speaker( Extension Cab....'

.' ACME RECORDS ROC RECORDS ., ,'t: sublet apt. gronodo. 2 bdr. !'/% .both; e-c 4 ( used w-phono plugs
';1 ..1 hoot. dithwth, shag carpel, pool $190 slightly ; .
mo. Available |jute 1 IS Call 374064 C.St.1Ur" C.( retail 229 SALE .ii'
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... .i ...ft!. S blk from UP 1823 NW 3 A. No. 9 ,m. _
: .: .. 'Additional DiscountsonBulk Purchases
wC.t after 6 pm Available' -H (b-3 .134.p) ,
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.. \.j) Wonted Jtberol but .retpontibl, remote
'. BEEF& BOTTLE MAY = : ; W there cute one bedroom ." .',72.50 .
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7492. Move m June 20m. rent it free til 1135 NW 29NL Ave. Suite I
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quiet conservative moil roomotet Summer sublet with. a I year lease ,
wanted M share summit house 2br opt. option: 'furnished one bedroom opt. A- wonted shore Sbedroom house 65 "lemoni 2 Dr BKT teats console auto Anyone knowing the whereabouts of TYPIST: Fast, dependable
149.7month and 'A utilities. call dove C 7 dithwoaher, w-w carpet Near Shonds 3mmutes from campus" for summer yellow w bl vinyl lop new tires; all water KRNIE TRAVIS Call Kevin at 376-7018 (|I- rotes ;negotiable. Coll Phyllis for term
or mickey 378-7a7devenina.i. (b-5M30. VA Call evenings 3764043 (b-St-133- quarter Uniquely styled has slot of pump well tuned good buy call lonny 3M33-P) papers, resumes, etc. 372-6767 (msr136pj >

P1 l Pl)__._._ character!36-p) to It. call lisa 377-7298 (b-5t- 37J..5329I5I.I34.p: (\ ) New Arrivals White Stag Speedo I )____________

SUBLET June 125.00 I bedroom furnish.dAC SUMMER SUBLET: 2BO. (m B Hawaiian Time Machine for sale: 1957 Ford bathing Suits, Safari shorts t pants I.D. PHOTOS
n.llllO campus one single ormarrled Village fum.townhouse poolside, 230. roommate wanted female roomate for Fairlane Cony-original 312 V8, new top, Bookpacks. Join the Univ. of Flo. hiking passports resumes, 'end applications'
couple no pun tall 376-C363 anytime (b- 378-5905 after 5:00: 373.2301.opt. Ml (b- vircoyo utilities., opts. No. 89, $53 per month + '.. metallic blue lacquer..c. overall cond. club. Allen's Aquatic 8 Trail Center: 3448 natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera
Available Immediately, call $600 373-0311 (a-H-134-p) West Univ. Ave.,373-9233 (j-fr-116-c) '
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".135-1> 132.p) 3783157. (b-St-l36.p) work studio 1219 W. Univ.! Ave. (m.>>-
SUBLET-2 bdrm furnished opt summit 2br. 71 Montego MX Groughm Full Power, Wonted 2 fern samaras working at 91.p)
haute 165 ma. no deposit req otr cond gotorwood opts. cen. air furnished summer sublet 2bdr townhouse in the Air, AM-FM-Stereo Mint Condition MUST Disney"' this summer to share opt. in
move in June 14 for summer % we pay pines opts unfurn $210 month call 373- SELl After 392-8790 Keith TYPING EDITING -. Theses, 01_.
pool call 372-0923 claM.to mod center Six, (g-5t-35-! Orlando. Call loren: 378-8981 or Kay:
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lh.3t.l3S-p) luno July spay $125 July, $250 aug 5619 for more Info. (b-St-136-pl) pI) 378-8762 for Info. (|-5t-l35-p) lotions Term Papers experienced typist,
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summer sublet 2bd 2bath S209 apt 104 Wedding) Invitations from $11.40 per 378-054
hawoiin vlll 378-5909' or after 5pm 377- SUMMER SUBLET: two bedroom opt. w- Vk blk to uf, I +2bu, lease ovlb Into fall BROWN MOTQRS 4222 NW '13 St. (g-lot- '100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of (m.20M07-p)
oc, dw shag pool move In junel.morocaibo cent air, shag news) close uf 136-c)
8295 (jb-5M35-p)_. to styles. Cliff Hall Printing I 1103 N. Main. WIRED FOR SIGHT
BEHIND NORMAN HAIL 3Vk bedr. house (b-2t-35-p! )opts, toll 372.9803 after 7. graduate opts 1241 iw 4 ore, 378-1814 68volvo omfm tope automatic new 3760951.fr.Q5(| <) "The Eyeglass Super Mart"
(b-IOt-136-p)
sublet for radials very clean mechanically sound UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS .
furnished. air cond. lo summer
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$275 + utilities per month call summer sublet 2b.r. + own rm, bath + OWN ROOM $70 a mo. + 1-3 utility for $930 372.1724 933 sw 9th II. (.g-5t-136-p) staring may 300 SW 4th Av. 378-4493
quarter. In weekend oil forms taught from basic to
o.c. large house
173-9652 (b-3t.I35.p) 80.00-mo. completely furnished summer williamsburg I block behind for sale-1972 Comoro SS ps pb Do( advanced Including hicks;'Jumping, and (m-50-53-c)_
utilities Incl. pets ok 6 blocks v.a. hasp no deposits option for fall toll stereo auto-console, loaded. Excellent
suburban homo. Own slalom for Info call Scuba
clean from Dynamics
Share a school 372-8240 (b-St-135-p) fron 378-7337 female (b-5t-136-p) condition Call 3924126 only serious BEAT THE RUSH BE SURE YOUR REPORTS.
WO-mo. ft 1-3 utilities. Furnished Exotic Sports 37780966tl32p(| )IIf
} room A-C IV, etc. Moles. Call own room In two bedroom duplex for For rent; 4 bedroom house bathrooms callers please (g-2t-136-p) MANUSCRIPTS DISSERTATIONS f THESES
Wosher-Dryer.:378-9937. (b-4M35-p) mature female, available June 1st 180- central oc Ideal location: blocks from 67 Chevy Molibu In Good Condition! you ore pregnant and you need help ARE TYPED EARLY, Call 377-2235 or
Hoax: month with for we core Coll birthright 377-4947 ((1-2...- Debbie 377-7806\ Sondi 378-5754.
i option fall, close tocampus campus $350 o month sublease from Power steering power brakes, ok or. (m-
recession special 4br house small yard toll 377-7998 (b5t135plIbdr ) June 1 till august 31 coll) lorry or howie conditioning heater, radio and tented 128.p1'LOST') 5M33-P)_
from UF Sublet for
furn I IVi mile
port JiummerElOO-mo 373906. (b-3t-l35.p) ppt. to sublet. this summer. FT. 377-6067 (b-2l-36-p! ) windows with v-fl engine) $600 call John BINDING unique service, books .
Quarter ISO month (V4 June, fly, aug) + Anytime 378-8087 )g-3t-l36-p) & FOUND journals, personal names call ENGLISH
house for rent summer only 2 bedroom utilities call afternoons 376-2012 (b-3t- 1968 condition BINDERY for free estimates 3734456
WANTEDFemale nova good only 43,000 lost: brown wallet with tooling on
furnished air conditioned 1 block from
low school rent 200 per month call 373- 3S-p)_____ miles 20 mpg call 377-0393 anytime (g- outside lost on uf campus lost friday. 377-6360 (m-25t.l26-p)
) roomate needed start fall qtr country student or couple for own 5M33-P) reword for return of wallet or Id's call Typing Service-Experienced typists any
7775 (b-at-135-pL_ gardens opts $62 monthly + 'V utilities bedroom In house $60 a month.Coll Ann 378-2366 after 5pm (|.2t-l36-pJ)} material, charts, thesis, etc. IBM
sublet sum. quarter 3 bedr. In the Pines water free 2 bed 2 both dishwasherpool + 377-7937 )c-St1360Home PERSONALCOED'S Selectrlc. Fast, accurate service.
Found: Black' male cat at Tigert Hall 6
for whole Own
opt. 1200-each sum greg 2-7541 (b-ft-135-p) needed for o two year old mole Delivery. Coll 4622739. (m-5t-133-p)
room. Washer dryer In apt. Call( Sieve or Irish Setter House Call facial hair removed per mot.to I I.yr. old Call Barbara 392-1261 6-
373-7832 (b-5t-135-p) Your dog. 378-1995 Call Edmund S or 373-2851 after 5.00 (l-4M33-nc) DIVE the DRY TORTUGAS leave Key West
Jim Shopping Days Are Over 2 anytime treat' good dog )c.2tI36p1coupl. ) manently. Dwyer -
June 13th and return on the 18th oil
look at our rental listings on houses, bedroom gatorwood opt for summer to share two bent house with electrologlsl over 20 years experience lost blue mole doberman missing over scuba equipment provided. Camp at
mobile hornet,and opts, before you pay sublet. Only reliable people wonted. other couple, move .in sept S75 plus" Call 372-6039' (n-fr-107-c) one week. wearing red collar ft 1.5. tog. historical Fort Jefferson on Garden Key
anyone a fee. Joel Bridget, realtor 404 Please call anytime 373-0914) see youbest136p utilities 6 blks from campus vegies + KARATE LESSONS Reword plus" full brother to this dog with with all camping gear provided call

SW4thAve. (b-fr.m-c)_' ( ) ___ non smokers preferred. 373-0835 (c-St- Small C..... $25 per monO AKC registration In the name of the Scuba Dynamics for further Information.
Need Apt. For Summer The Place 136*) 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Man thru. person returning the dog. No questions 377-6096 (m-6t-13-p)
2 M 2 BATH APT. SPACIOUS. __
NICE ,
Summer Special $60 per month Best Sat even, 7to9 37871312otIQ8p(| ) asked 376-1583 or 373-0869 or 377-4121
overlooking tREES. near SHANDS. VA, offer in town call Allen 392-8785 (b-S- looking for garage apartment have ( ) Scuba classes starting .All scuba
CAMPUS.ACPOOL |un 15-376-2596, (b- 136-p)) good reference and cats would like to Are you Interested in learning how to do (1.7tI349)SERVICES equipment provided sales' service! ,
31.135-11) rent soon call dee or lee 378-6361 1 keep Soul( Travel!? Call 373-8393 for Information trips rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
two bedroom furnished opt to sublet trying (c-5t-36-p! ) on a class forming soon. (j-3t- Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen's Aquatic +
lor rent room with.bam In countryhow.. during summer months with option to looking for a roomate? Need easy going 133-p)) typing IBM Correcting Seledrk H coil Trail; Center 3448 W. Unlv Ave 373-9233
lake 591-2674 1 lease for
for horse
posture orange year. brandywlne opts call female to share apt. or house lIorting'foil. DON'T SMOKE YOUR Mary 372-1728 after 4. (m-5t-135-p) (m-fr-126-c) _
(b-4t-l33-p)_ 3734164 after 5 will bargain (b-St-136-
If .
interested call 392-7808 or 378- HEALTH AWAYISTOP
Female roomate needed to share one l p])___ 4215. Ask for Ann. (c-St-136-p) SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS ......--....
bedroom poolslde opt for """mer.n.SO large 2 bedroom house for summer rent. Roomate METHOD. LOSE'WEIGHT TOO. PRIVATE
wanted clean
plus" Vi utilities Option to rent In sept Two blocks from library west. Call( 378- easy going, APPOINTMENT. THEODORE REISS 372- ''Florida Alligator
honest
to split of 2bed 2bth g Independent
person exp .
ouq free Pot 378-7178 (b-3M3S-p> 7354. (b51I36p1THERE'S )_ 7008 after 5pm.sr127p(| )
apt w-pool oc quiet cheap nw sect call

377-0571 oft UOOdly: (c-5t-136-p) Mark I love you Steve3tl36p(| ) CLASSIFIED. MAIL-IN

LEWIS wanted mole spitz for purpose of The light of' freindship Is' like the light of
MORE breeding. please contact Steve dreg phosphorous,seen best when all Is dark.
-i' Jow.hyCom 378-6623 after 7:00: pm (c-3l-l3t-p)_ Get-ho'l writings Jesse- Faber (j-lt-136.,
.. TO SEE WITH
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t CLASS RINGS Wonted responsible female roomate Pj) CLASSmCATIONi ;
DIAMONDS beginning fall to share room In 2 bdrm. Human Vera is the best soc. prof. your gll
I .,CAllI 1'V' ...-. 'WATCH REPAIRS '" apt.$61.23 mo.+'/. utilities near campus friend The frenchman. (j-sr-136-p) for al'*' =-
Coll llso-Oenlse 392-7630 (c-St.I35-pp)
2OOW Unlv..ty. Av. Barbara Beccue: Is disrespectful to for lentwanted .
foMI wanted 2 bedroom troller by sept or elderly FSU alums, however (j-ll-136-
372.4106 earlier want to buy equity. write details Pj) 8'

8 TV Channels, A weatner ttOMI HUN1BI' to kevln mattings" 4805 princess anne In, "It Is not his to boost who loveth his help wanted .
channel, UPI News New York flo 32210 (c-5t-35-p! ) .
fax, country, but It it hit who loveth theworld. autos -
TV Stock Channels Exchange, :J:::stations and 4 ,.c: W.con help YI fiode homo. 2 females roommates to share in 2 br ." Boha'l Writings For free information penonaI Q.

Stations on the FM bMd. opartINftt.1ftObt1o homo.or windmeodowt or hawallon village apt on the Baha'l Faith, writ. loH A found f'
roorintote the e..y woyl with 2 other girls from June to June call Baha'l Assoc., Rm 300, Ruts Union (|-lt-
UNMaSI'IY CITY OUR TEE t51lEfUNQA6E11UE1ASION kim at 376-5099 (e-5t-l35-p) 136-p) se vIces f

CAllI CO, INC. JOa L IIIDGIIUau One conservative female roommate -
No MAIN ST beginning fall'Vi-own""" In 2. bdrm i K0
REALTOR .0.SW"h Av. Opt) Vt' block from UF-$lO0 mth + 16utiliti.spleas. DAYS TO Ili r
Oven 7 Dove"I 7:00: 377-6700 call Marge 3784529 (c- ell 3730023The

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1 day
1 female roomate. available June I Igalorwood WeddlnjjtPhotogT*pherHtgmmntt 2 111
1001) days
apt. No. share large
room In 2bdrm Tbath opt. $70 mo. + 1-3 M 'L I..OtB 3 day 10 percent g.

utilities. toll 373-6243 anytime (c-Sf .1 4 days discountS _ ..

132-p) ___ days Of' moNo :;

land liberal roommate wonted to rent 3bdrm 20 pexx ot discount - .
Learn to jet
a very large house for summer fully furn.
2Wkl from (un.) library $67mnlh. call ,
Heal 373-9575; 203 nw 15th ter., (c-St- This form may be used to -
here and land one .......... a
you can 132-p) ___ | place classified od either in _

GOLD I SILVER Top prices paid tor clod .. There a e. person or by mail. The II

anywhere. rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential.( Call : difference'll [ minimum charge to ft.23 for _ is.
.OKIE 373-3694 (e.49t-l05-p) > four line*. For each additionalline

Students willing to pay $255 for room : I add 35 cent MuMptylw' I -

and meals thru summer quarter. 1 block HUT i total by !to number of days th. I
from campus, control air, co-op housing. \ Dust 35.... I od .It to run and subtract t the
Kim at Clo. 372-9328 (c-19M33-p) ."1' fexptvJMCI e> discount The discount .to .
: .'gets
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Female roommates wanted summer qtr. : applicable only far consecutive
to shore 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near SAT lnaertlonL i.- it
MId center $64 mo 4 1-3 util. 373-5600 : SNIt classes .

(c-5t-133-p) : GftEAT6M e THEM AM NO ROUNDS I: _

roommates to rent 2 bedroom own : Vsba muaes.teen. :
both air,carpel kitchen, pooUSOmo. + : study Nt,,'"* J Acceptance of payment withodwhising a
Nr
utility coil after 8 p.m. 372-0189 (c-5t-
134-c) :: OUT e, | copy does not ;t ton
CourssttMereIWtUptlM I constitute" a binding agreement

2 gotorwood Mole roommates opt next fall.to oc.shore carpeting 2 br, : GMT COIIS"I"/ upd/srd; I the N eV,eee5eet HertoeI Sf

dishwasher, fully furnished. $85,00 + I3 I-, I ABIfator. to publish eak) copy.
"ut.ls. call mike 378-0954 (e-5t-l34-p: ) : REX OMlssHlesten The ln..pe._.iit FlerideI

I or 2 mature people to shore rent + utll cFMG o I AB1ator reterve* !the right 10. I

tVtnglno he supersonic let on i 10.000,eemsntrurweyletough $197 for 3 bdrm house In NW this act o* sole |judge on the -
enough.But temNng one on t SOON' Ilea oil) comer decli.moving"" summer with option to take over In Sept. 1IAT'lTHOUSAND8 suitability' of any and all odvarHting > i" i
IS knob to even laugher.Only...men"good enough w do II And Barbara 373-5011' .v, 2.1171 wk (c-5t- HAVE copy submitted for ::
tiey're el Nmy trained, How eantou/ become I member ot"the Naval Air 134-0)) : publication, and the fight to !I G
11Im?Ono way Ia 10 join willie you'"stilt III College.One otthesovsnieaesotbelng RAISED THEIR SCOWS! : ill
pert of the Avwlton\ Reserve Officer Gnd!date. (AVROCI| 'Program HELP DORF1 cartoon character seeks edit revise, delay or reject any N'
lethal.lew you continue working toward your degree ($45-60)) home. Afternoons call Peter I CKI YtwH MOQ copy. :I ,.
Oetttng your Navy Wings Ian,...y.The treming tough The least lehndorff at 376-44821 I seek the unique
Swell be 0IIpr.tad: 01 you Is eta beet that other pilots can do.Their lamb and the cheap (c-5t-l32-p) 377-1420 :
ere your tuning bloc"' "Ihtlr expanse your primer, Bull you succeed. Deadline 3:00 p.m. two
your future It Mtured whether you remem m the Navy or not! female roommates; to share 2bdrm: opt | day Prior to Hurting day. DO
For more Wormition,talk torN local Navy R cntler. tennis' ct, pool sauna, oc, dose to 1 NOT OROtl IY PRION! t!

Be Someone Special. Fly Navy. campus 132-p) 8 hospital call 373-8765 (c-5t- Mall "Ihto ad with romlltonco

(check preferred- )
to, Qn. or 2 female roommates needed I 5o'e -
t: _Summer only 2bdrm 2both Country satctta-as Glister. = .
Must Sublease call Nancy 392- rest aasa.atm OoMlfiodi :
NAVAL RECRUITING STATION t. Village e wa..rte e..a sass AUIgotor. ...
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FEDERAL BUILDING ROOM 304 AUTOS t. .. UnlvoreJty StationCalnetvllla 41,

372.6289 i ..-.u..c- Ft.. 3,2804 _

1969 "triumph trio yellow (
good gas mileage 1950 co"vertlbl.1
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Alligator Sports Writer weekend he scored an impressive triumph in the Falstaff
Amateur shooting a 13-under-par 285 total for a four stroke
"We've been playing good, solid, consistent golf," coach margin of victory over National Amateur champion Jerry
Buster Bishop was saying just the other day when questioned Pate.
about his,feelings going into this year's SEC golf championship BUT WHILE Bishop's two big guns have been in the
k'But there are more good teams in this conferencethis spotlight, the rest of his charges have been playing excellent
year than ever before. Everybody's gunnin' for me so we golf as well."We've .
better be ready." been playing real well as a team."noted senior All
With those words ringing in their heads,the Gators ranked American candidate Denny Sullivan. "Andy and Phil. of
number one in the country, tee off in today's opening roundat course, have been plating real well. But while they've been 3 2
the monstrous Olympia Spa Golf Cub in Dothan. Ala., as shooting lights out, the rest of us haven't been too far from
favorites to win their fourth consecutive SEC crown. par either." '"

I DENNIS SULLIVAN THE 7,300 YARD layout,'including par four holes of 470 So true. Sullivan, himself, was one under in the Schenkle.He DUNCAN 1
and 490 yards in length, was the sight of the Gaton'Southeastern
won the Miami Invitational at the end of winter quarter
v F'wao.g rr.i -_ Invitational championship this past March. It and he considers himself a contender for the SEC individual
not only boasts length, but a reservoir supply of water as well. championship.THE .
Add to that trap-guarded doglegs, and tight, tree-lined
fairways and you get an idea of the calibre of play it will taketo OTHER three Gators making the trip to Dothan
win the tournament. seniors Ben Duncan and Bob Bailey and freshman Dallas
The only difference between this year's Gator golf team and Aplegren, have likewise been playing solid golf.
the club that won the championship last season is the absenceof Duncan, who has the experience of two SEC and NCAAourttaments
Gary Koch. behind him. has been in the 70-74 range this
But considering events of the past three months. Koch has year but on occasion has had the tendency to shoot a real
not been sorely missed. high round.
THE GATORS, led by the scorching play of Andy Bean Bishop's pre-season hope of taking a freshman to the big
and Phil Hancock, are riding a six tournament victory streak. end-of-ihe-year tournaments has been fulfilled in the personof
Their latest conquest was a two-stroke victory over Wake Aplegren. The big Palm Beach native made his best
Forest in the Chris Schenkle Invitational in which they showing) in the Miami Invitation finishing four shots back of
stormed back from a 10 stroke deficit after the first day.
Bean the'individual title in that 14
won event shooting
DALLAS APLEGREN See 16) BOB BAILEY
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but pros a possibility : REUBEN' 99c :


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By BRUCE LINDER 'level again" Rick said. : :

Alligator Sports WriterAs "Last year I hit 337.1 just Guaranty FederalTHE SNACK BAR ,

like to go up to the plate and BEST PLACE TO,IAVC.. (ACROSS FROM ROTC BUILDING! :
swing the bat for basehits." Lrrrr rrrrr rrrrrrrrrri
the baseball season RICK'S MAIN asset is in
draws to a close so dies the his defensive ability and speed
collegiate baseball career of and although he has not yet jI I
Gator centertielder Sammy been approached by a major
Kick. league team, Rick is not Pandora's Box.
Rick,a 23 year old Physical discouraged. He plans to
Education major from discuss his prospects fpr
Gainesville is looking forward playing pro'' ball with Coach Don EmiIio tequila
., to a new prospect, that of Fuller and Coach Bergman.
playing professional baseball."I "I 1 want .to talk to the 1
and
WOULD LIKE to havea coaches first and see if they pineapple juice.Phantasmagorical.
shot at playing pro ball. But think I'd have a shot at ,
my batting isn't what it playing in the pros," he said. !1
should be," explained Rick. "If not I'd like to go into .t l rt k
"I feel like I'm a .290 or .300 .coaching." ""'"
I hitter." If the personable 6'2" SAMMY RICK
The Gainesville native is righthander doesn't make it
.swinging level again C 1974 BACARDI IMPORTS, INC,MIAMI Fl TEQUILA 80 PROOF DON EMILIO"IS A TRADEMARK OF BACARDI t COMPANY LIMITED
now batting .264 after a into the pros, he would like to
horrendous start in which he coach high school ball around !
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went two for 21 during the the Gainesville area.EVENTUALLY. Rick, who will graduate at
first three weeks of the HE the end of the summer
campaign. PLANS on returning to schoolto quarter,has no regrets about O Oa !
f "The first part of the year 1 earn his master's degree in his baseball career at UF.
was swinging up on the Physical Education. Then he "This is the best program
pitches. The coaches' helpedme plans on moving up and around in the south.. We stay [I

and stayed with me and coaching on the Junior in the best places, fly.the best ., w UU r >*<< J
eventually 1 was swinging College level. ''way and we eat great," he 'h' {.

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page 15) THE ONLY GOALS that It1 12 6 pm Sunday ;,
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School is the
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Sullivan. fact he did not hit .300 this Friendly! Produce Market Just'for YOU
BAILEY, WITIIOUT doubt, is one of the hardest workers

4 on the team. Given only an outside chance to make Bishop'stop year win or the that SEC his championship."The team did not. MILK gal .'. ,. . .. .. .. .'.$1.39 DANNON_ YOGURT, 'I',,. "I'.. ,;3-$1.00
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Aplegren have the added pressure of knowing that whoever have a lot of younger last year's.We guys Fla. unwaxed ANJOU PEARS ., .. .. .l lOe ea.

r shoots, lower between them will go to the NCAA's in June. this year and much better CUKES . . . . 3-25c
Despite the aura of invincibility that seems to surround the talent," Rick'said.
Gators, his RUSKIN FLA. VINE RIPE TOMATOES J
1975 Bishop refuses to concede team a fourth "This in all of
we were
consecutive title."Alabama year .. We accept'FOOD STAMPSWe t
r our games. We lost a lot of
has Pate and several others. Georgia is tough, of to stock.. of Fresh
games because a big inning. try keep a complete Fruits &
LSU has team and Auburn that
a good always plays course
well" he said.BESIDE Last year we weren't in" manyof Vegetables at Prices you can eat with! I
the games we lost.
PATE, the Tide boasts sophomore George THIS HAS.TAUGHT Rick IJ..
Preston who finished third in the Falstaff, and senior Tony
a valuable lesson-a lesson he
the. ollytield'i Gators'Those three plus knowledge establishes. 'Bama as can't accept "Gainesville Grease" t, :
toughest competition. ,
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Other golfers to watch are Stan Lee of LSU, Scott Simpson learn is to lose close ball ,

..... and Chip Beck of Georgia and long hitting Buddy Gardner of games and to accept defeat, \ 50 t (QQdie
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"We can't get over-confident. Any team can get hot in a 54. The tall and slender .
hole tourney," insisted Bishop. outfielder who left the ranksof :. ,.
IF UP gets out of the gate quickly say a seven to ten stroke bachelorhood one month 'Dace i

r lead after today,they could run away with it. ago says he realizes he has along ...
But if the tournament is close going into the final round it tough road ahead of him !':
could be a wild shootout because,as Bishop said, everybody is into the world of major league Sunday May 18,9p.m. '
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I am in the 16th grade at college school,
and all I want is out.
There Is more to life than frisbees, flip-flops and You came to college to get an education, right?
your precious G.P.A. There is more to life than the So how come you aren't taking advantage of these
k\t; contents of this or that coed's spanky pants. I don't great,courses? I'll bet not one of you has even
know what it Is, but I have an idea the South of heard of BES 121 "Decision Making. Or BES 253
France might be a good place to start looking.Do "Power and Violence.. Or even CBS '211, where
you realize that for the money you spent on' V they say the "emphasis Is on genetics and the
college you could have gone somewhere and evolution of mankind." Now, that's my kind of ,
gotten a real education? course.
\ -- -- DYJ- For you hardy souls, there is always Aerospace
Engineering, where you could take meatier
courses, like ASE 651, "Near earth space
operations," or ASE 602 "Probe Techniques for ,
Coeds jacial ftauttemoied/ / Plasma Diagnostics."
Son of the I If you don't want to Jump right into it, you could
Ah, the street people. The loose nuts and bolts take an introductory. course, ASE 451 1, "Introductory
Physical Sciences i shaken loose from the American economic Aeroelasticify" ", self excited? aeroelastic
., machine in its smoky, heort halting, asphalt systems. Stability of Oscillating' Systems. fun-
gripping, bug-eyed halt. No amount of dollars ourcommon.denomlnator damentals of surface flutter. Static aeroelastic
Revenge Returns President waves under its effects Accoustics in aerospace applications." ,
shivering nose will convince it that it's alright, and Wake up. You think the DESCRIPTIONS are boring.
"Good evening, morning students, I being your at any rate; spare change is fast becoming a I have this recurring nightmare. ..1! dream I'm an
host teacher host, professor most doctor A.E. Huang dwindling natural resource. engineering-technology major, and when I wakeup
Chink Ching, on loan from small Asian, overrun So where does that leave your common street there's a drill in my -hand and weight holes
country here to be t teaching science that is physical, beggar? Who's going provide those things he drilled all through my bed. I didn't go to school to
''We have fun. We have lots fun. Guaranteee it. needs to continue his peculiar way of life? Must a be an engineer.
Hot damn.. Another two years, I be back in small federally sponsored program dispense wine,
Asian, overrun country, you still not be knowing the balloons and! nutty-buddy bars on every street.
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physical sciences I be Master, doctor, smart trade, comer? '\
yes. I'm not stupid., Read the book. The answer's no. I don't care what the questionis
the answer's no.

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Know what we need around here? We need
some TRADITIONS I Every college worth its ivy has
,
traditions -. what have we got? We've got ,
Gatorman, a living legend with weak batteries,
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more disquieting than endearing. We've got O
Hobart Nebbles, who wasn't very funny to begin Occupational 1'
with, and is getting more annoying with every
Gator Growl. In fact, Gator Growl's the only bona- 1 U ,DiseasesIf
fide tradition we have, and maybe that will give
you an idea of what this place lacks. you haven't had one or more of these
We NEED traditions! We need: Pop's Soda r horribobles, consider yourself lucky and unusual:
Shoppe. We need a lovers lane. We need.to dressup MONONUClEOUSUS HEPATITUS, GONNORHEA,
.to our ass in TWEED and quaff. a few brews, for SYPHILLIS, HERPES SIMPLEX VAGINITIS ASSORTED
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chrissakes.,This is college I i VIRAL INFECTIpNS, GASTROINTERITIS, STREP 4
Falling in love at the Publix Market doesn't countas THROAT,: UNWANTED PREGNANCY, BROKEN
r a tradition, although I seem to do It 'often HEART, NERVOUS TENSION, AND GLOBBNER'S
enoug .Vomiting doesn't count either, and neither,: I DISEASE

does shoplifting. You knew. the'Job was dangerous when you tookIt.
What makes a good tradition? Almost'anything ., .. .
will do, no matter how dumb it is,' as long as-you '
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get enough people to do it. Flair pen swallowing,
lightening-rod sitting and seeing how many ,irate God is advisor
Godspell fans you could cram. 'into the Alligator my Hello it's
editorial. pages would do for a start. Painting your. me
Irish Setter puppy orange and blue would ."ake'a Good old University College. Good' old
good tradition also. Wearing various birth control ,Copernicus., Good otd Judeo-Christian Tradition.
devices around your neck would be 'a' keen Good old' Watson-Crick, phototropism and the. Either they're screening my mail again, or the
tradition, especially if you scrawled "Go Gators I'*' principle of diminishing returns to a factor. Good response to last Issue's "Win a, Date". Contest
all over them., old monadnocks, sidereal clock and the first and consisted of a single letter from a poor,'tall girl who
See, it doesn't matter WHAT the tradition Is, as'' third law of thermodynamics. Good old liberal' arts was convinced I was 6'4'r tall. .I have no .Idea
long as we have one. Why don't you- that nation and a little bit of everything. '. where she got that impression.
of fans I can't let down -write In with your swell .If.a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing, .It wasn't a complete loss though. A lot of girls I
J ideas for new University..of Florida traditions? Little Hall is the: site of one of America's largest know didn't realize I was so "hard up" as it were,
Wouldn't that be keen? I know, left put on a defense weapons contractors. and offered to put out my torch for:me. :Thanks.
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don't look good., Add the fact that freon doesn't Other estimates indicate aerosols already in the

<' ;' break down and even the casual observer should stratosphere''will
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lehndorff / deplete enough ozone ,in next
art by peter i realize freon' threat his
'poses a to life. decode to'cause 1 150,000 cases of skin cancer per ,

The year-ond 6,000 of these cases will be fatal. This,
man who discovered the is F. Sher-
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means 150,000 will have' the wrinkled,
r I It's the strangest idea for a story ever conceived by a wood Rowland, a University of California chemistry people
discolored skin of when 40
i science fiction author. "Outrageous," says one professor. He sounded a quiet alarm more than a 70-year-olds .they're only

I publisher. "Outlandish," cries another. "Out of my'. year ago-an alarm so quiet it didn't make news until which or 50. Another blindness.factor will be an Increase' in cataracts

office,"'yells a third.. The idea? his calculations were confirmed by three independent cause '
"It's really very simple," the author explains. "In a research groups at Harvard, the University of The most intense ultra-violet wavelenghts ore
world where existence is jeopardized by atom bombs, Michigan and the National Center' for Atmospheric capable of breaking down.DNA. The ,results of this

chemical warfare, and similar believable atrocities, Research. will be'more disease, more. death and more genetic

the entire ecosystem 'is done in by deodorants and Involved in the Michigan study was a former mutations. : '
hair sprays." student of Dr. Alex Green's, the UF physicist who Catastrophe looms closer than the horizon. Ozone

Which brings up the notion that truth, is stranger recently testified before the House subcommittee on depletion may cause a global famine via'major crop '

f than fiction. The publishers are fake, the author never public health and the environment, about the aerosol failure or it could take the subtle route of ,

i existed, but the science fiction idea is all too true menace. The student, Richard Stolarski, helped deteriorating the ocean's planktonic cP1tent-one! of f

Deodorants and hair sprays are being looked at'as a confirm' the dangerous effects chlorine has on the the primary steps In the, necessary food chain.

r serious life-threat even by the most conservative stratosphere. But more about that later. Still
C scientists. Not because of the actual products, but The National Academy of Sciences also joined the not convinced? Well, how does another ice
age grab ? Ozone Is also the stuff that regulatesheat
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because propellant to get out parade of publicity and issued a report that Increases
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surface. freon
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cans and into the desired places. The fluorocarbons, in ultra-violet light could "diminish the
specifically freon, used as propellants in these neatly biological productivity of the ocean, damage world floating around thins the layer, more infrared rays will
pass through the the global
packed, safety-checked spray cans, are rising to the agriculture, increase skin cancer in humans and Interfere climate. stratosphere and affect

its upper atmosphere and breaking down the ozone with the sex life of insects." No joke. In easy- You Right*
the
layer that surrounds the earth. This doesn't sound to-understand stats, the academy predicts a 5 see propellant released from your

serious ur'f! you' realize .this! ozone 'layer 'is what ',decrease.Ip ozone, density.wquld increase ultra-violet per cent Guard.Ingredients(which constitutes about 99 per cent of to i it t

shields the, earth from the sun's'lethal ultra-violet rays. radiation by 26 per'cent. )climbs to theupper atmosphere. Once

! If the ozone disappears, so does life. And scientists It's been estimated that aerosols have reaches,that loffy status deodorizes the ozone until
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of cheese. exception of shaving cream containers, utilize freonas
Still, scientists working on this threat donl know if a propellant. The prediction for 1975 is 0,10, per ?
these reactions actually take place tB the stratosphere.. cent increase over last year's use. Fortunately, the wheels are beginning to turn in
But air samples, from the ozone belt confirm that Ecology-oriented action is virtually non-existant Congress. Dr. Green 'talked about a congressional'
fluorocarbons are in the stratosphere. And laboratory because of lobbying groups supporting the $8 billion! review known around the capital as IMOS (Inadvertent
Modification of the if that
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said when the results of the
break down when exposed to the kind of high energy Two bills asking for the ban of the lethal aerosols matters) He study are
released which should be and if
radiation encountered in the, stratosphere. The experiments have provisions for at least two years of study before soon they
substantiate the available research funds
also have shown that once broken down by being put too vote. The two-year talk period-plus at knowledge, .'
this radiation, chlorine is released! and this chlorine 'least a year before ,the bills would be enacted is c will be awarded for further study.
decimates ozone. So as to the question of whether wait which could mean skin cancer for another half And Congress is also probing another of aerosol's
these laboratory-proven reactions take place in the million persons, doubling the already inevitable toll.If many uses. A, study deals with the increase in
stratosphere Involved scientists don't see much room the present annual' increase in fluorocarbon "huffing"aerosol cons for a high. In fact, at least 50
for doubt.. production persists, freon amounts In the upper atmosphere persons to date have huffed and puffed and blown
will reach 10 to 30 times the present lever. themselves away into that great 'ozone layer in the
I Yet, despite mounting evidence pointing out the Some believe ,there's no need 'to worry because sky. So with yet another pitfall discovered it may be
'( "doomsday" danger of continued usage, more proJections about ,the severity of the situation put the dangerous to wait for Congress Jo get its bulky
,'\ fluorocarbons were pumped and sprayed into the air, doomsday point at least 25 years away. By then,there machinery in gear. Perhaps Green, himself, has the
last.year than ever before Fluorocarbon productionwas will have been enough time to .work out a solution best Idea. "I'm finishing my last (aerosol) can," he
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Being in prison isn't supposed to be fun. The buildings on the prison grounds: The Rock, the huge
routine is mind-numbing\ the boredom is controllingand cell block where most of the prisoners live. Scores of through painting|' nd '::
the h heavy stet' bars poetry t
everyone abides by an unwritten law that says arms dangle loosely through .
"one must choose associates with a great deal of which stretch on and on, encircling the entire a ;
care.." building. It is an exceedingly dreary place, and if you
Many. wards of the state are content. to drift, to can wrangle your way inside, you soon go deaf
surrender the last vestiges of the limited control they from the sounds of clanking cell 'doors, blasting needtoexpressttiemilves.., .:
have over their own lives. It is these men that can televisions, and shouted obscenities. Boredom and a crying .
become dangerous, for they have nothing to.lose.. tension are permanent residents of The Rock.
Some others prefer to devote their time to more Down the road from The Rock is the school building
constructive endeavors, like writing or painting. itself. Prisoners mill about inside and out, lounging on '
Jack Scott (of Patty Hearst fame) said that he the grass and observing the "free men", visitors from 1+ra n ,4 Y 1 t ,
wouldn't mind going to prison, because some of the the outside. Inside the school, inmates stroll along the ,, ,
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The Florida prison system doesn't claim to house the through your back as you pass. by, down the dark
best writers and artists in the world, but that doesn't corridor to the art studio.
stop the prisoners from writing and painting. The "Please don't stare at the men. We don't' like themto
opportunity to talk to and,observe prison writers' and feel that they are caged animals (oh, really?), wi
artists gives a special insight into a group of people spectacles in a zoo for visitors to gawk at."

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nowhere hide. The "outsiders" the
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\ filled with anticipation as you pass through small towns leading to a stark and forbidding set of with a man -in prison! for fear of saying
t structures in the middle of nowhere. .But there' it is: something ridiculous, or asking a question that would k ,
The 'Slammer, s seem offensive. It's difficult to predict reactions, to f ,
;, The Joint. The Can. really know how an inmate will respond to what you. 9 S SS
As we stand at the prison gate waiting to gain 'are saying.: Everyone's playing a con game, and you S ,,, {
entrance, (with the inmate count at 1,970, up from certainly don't' want to be the victim of a con, when S l t f ,
1,770, two weeks before), the opportunity y to strike upa there is no way to know how to respond. .t4, r rP
conservation with the slight man dressed in white t : a
comes easily, if with a. tinge of apprehension: One whole corner of the school building is taken up p pby a ai
\, "Hi, how are you?" the art studio, and it looks no different from any art ;P ., I t yr
"Alright.' ; Whatcha. y'all doin'! ?' Ain't no: place to studio at a typical college. Dozens upon dozens of C i t.I" t. y
be." paintings, especially of nudes, adorn the walls.
"Well, 'we're from the University down in Brushes and paints and canvases lay scattered on t the N 44jv w.t 6,' t "'

Gainesville, and we're' just looking around." tables and benches. Painters sit hunched over their :,, e '
"Aw, man, you should get your ass on outtq here." canvases, delicately sketching the outlines of a h + x 1 p, }W .
protract, or brushing in the bright colors of a land I lrhikv: 4ys
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I most intriguing sight greets visitor to scape.
: Correctional Institute (UCI) at Raiford, Florida. When As we enter the room, dozens of heads are raised :: ., c....
\ a car pulls into the driveway, the irony of the first sign and eyes focus on the door. Just as quickly, the headsare i;;.: ...' I v
I 1 I is cause for nervous laughter; It Is a traffic sign, lowered and the artists return to their work. II U

pointing in the direction of the prison, and it says My first impression is that the artists are deeply into ., fh k 6 6M
!i "ONE WAY". It sure is. It sure is. their work, so much so that any interruption would be I ;: J3'NL.I:

'.., ill advised. But the serenity enveloping the studio : mx's '
"Sign in here." hides a pervasive tension, and the initial impression is 1 aa y aYW
The guard motioned to a thick, worn "guest"' bookon r isleading: it overlooks the inmates'' hunger for s F''
a table. He stared at the photographic equipmentand "outside" contact. A question to an artist provokes a a
shot a quizzical glance at a second guard torrent of reaction, to explain his work, to ask about '
stationed a few steps away, by the twenty foot electric what is happening outside, or to talk about life in ..p, ..4.4Y
fence. (Cameras are restricted equipment at Raiford, prison.A YW r d, cyp,

t and requests for permission to carry them in result in tall, thin black man with dancing eyes, ," "j
t s. classic bureaucratic tangles. So, ,the guards view with laboriously pencil-sketching a figure from a book at ,
''J considerable anxiety any camera-,toting visitors.) his side, motions with an expansive sweep of his arm. Y
"a As we signed the book, "trusties" dressed in white "Hey, man, why don't y you come on over here? 'I .
passed in and out of the gate, receiving' cursory T Take, a look at this. What do you think?" 1I.k ; & ''i ?k d dk
1 patdowns from the guards.: The main gate manages a A grossly deformed cot appears on a sheet of crisp t 6 4 f B Bt : P
steady stream of traffic, and it is s amazing to observe white' paper, holding what appears to be a gift-
t. the ease with which this traffic is handled. wrapped package. wfe'yd+ Z a t H"y// Y t
Going to the school building;which houses both the ,'"Well, that's, very nice." ))1 P La
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': art school and the poetry classes, our escort was Ed ""Yeah, I'm sending this one to my wife,"he smirks ,.r.r.I
Hirschi,the "free"director of the print shop. Hirschi 'It's' 's the next best thing to a real present from me' t to. kl t "tr .I.IrP 1 w / Y i, y
partially responsible for setting up the poetry her.!: A bomb." ,rP

11 workshops at Raiford, which have helped to produce "Ohrthat's, s ,a; bomb l, slde *,Ser?,';,""ar.'t"Yeah. .'*,#.
13 several'noted: prison poets, and which are credited But l I love mywife.if ? I really' do." ",r p

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hurls himself toward me "*. "" "'" v"''crtation beckons: ; whose turn is it to be.god' \,;* wit *

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upon my shoulder spit defiance with/ oifyAe cold and darkness, for bandages

as the guide urges ; ;. from the hip '- ', 'w: _< '"'i''' i screamed and there was no sound
caution S ':.. ..' ',,': as the inevitable jaws .,'. ., \. smelled but there were no odors '" '" ,'".,
for this is the mating season :: seek me ..: .'f2t. : \- to ease this bitter moment :!,' ? I f t ; r"'
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He points to a drawing on the wall which vaguely "David Lowe gets the best out of us," says Tommy stood against t the wall with his eyes firmly fixed on the
resembles a Wrigley's gum wrapper. (Frenchy) French a trim muscular Irishman with activities of the photographer, and ears within range ...... .",,
"That one's my masterpiece. I'm sending It to sparkling eyes. "There is a lot of devotion to that of all conversation bewteen inmates and reporter. j : ,
Wrigley's. They asked me for it." .man." Although absolutely nothing Controversial is said, it is
Without lifting their heads, four inmates roar with Frenchy speaks slowly, and with great care, as if he preferred that the conversation be conducted out of
laughter, and continue working. The con is over. A is-wary of someone or something. Suddenly he says, radar range. "
sigh of relief is audible he's only,been sketching fora "Hey, you wonna see something good?" He. alks Frenchy explains why he turned to painting.. .. .'
week. "Art Is good therapy.. 1 used to around didn't '.
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across the studio to an enclosed area which is exclusively run ::7'1:
his. give a damn about the good things M life, so I ended
David Lowe,the young director of the arts and crafts 'There, up on, the wall." He points t to a large 'up here. But'I have found in painting something ..' : :l "
program, explained its purpose. striking portrait of a beautifully formed horse standing which I truly enjoy. If a man doesn't have an outlet, '* ,'1; 'i {1'
"So much has happened to these guysiwhateverthey in the countryside. It has obviously been pain- someplace ,to:channel his energy. ,.he's, going to do ,-,*,:
may .have done to get here. This prison is a stakingly crafted, and the artist is quite pleased with bad time But It a man Wr get:IQtq(pointing' ; then. *" '-"
difficult environment. The tension can build up onlyso his work. there's a'whole woHd of things he cart relate to in an. : ((
much, and then it can manifest itself in violent As Frenchy and I sit down it is apparent that there is entirely different,way, He's got something to live for,. ('4
ways. Art is a perfect way to let everyone express' another reason for this movement from one end of the to strive for." '
themselves creatively and constructively, without studio to another. A man dressed in civilian clothes Especially someone who's doing life.David'Lowe .
destroying themselves by keeping It all inside." dad quietly.! placed' himself In the studio, and j had : "You can see how the conflicts within

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f>rse, being- locked up with other men, theirs
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r; r. Something about auto racing has always annoyedme. Admittedly, I'm no expert on cars and racing.: I drivea
the Ever since I was 14 and spent the better port of amudsluggish VW'can't; tell the differencebetween, a camshaft anda

.. : : weekend hemmed in near one unex- crankcase and before about a week ago I had never

Cannonball BakerSeatoShining ,citing curve of the Daytona 500, surrounded by a mob even heard of Cannonball Baker or Brock;.Yates. On
of beered-up- rowdies from the raunchiest corners' of.the .top of 'that, I had' no, |des that living .right here in

Sea corcrazySo th,- J've stayed away from anything that Gainesville are two guys who, just 'last; month, set the
even looted like a race track.It was that bad. There rust new world's record for driving (oOs .to-coast across the
seemed'to be no sport at all in wasting a lot of gas and U.S.1n an'"out law"race that has made them both some-

Memorial TrophyRaceanything mangling} good bodies only to drive around in, circles thing of instant celebrities in racing.
with a chance at a kiss-on-the-cheek from a "Miss 500"or Rick Cline and Jack May are (self-proclaimed "car

a slap-on-the-ass from Andy Grdnatelli.. nuts.",In fact, they use those words, a l lot in describingthe
Maybe it was lust some hang-up I had with a classical people Involved with their kind of racing. But then,
: :- notion of "SPORT" being something t that automatically you have to be lust a little crazy to do what they did.
'g'o' 'es. ft" "t:>"1>' excludes any type of machine. Baseball bats and tennis Taking turns at ,the wheel of May's Ferrari Dino, the

.. ', f.;.' .'. racquets are okay. But, guns, cars or anything with pair left New.York City at 10:07: 'a.m. on April. 23. On
"fn confounded moving! parts are out of t the game and .into April _24, just. '35 ,hours and 53 minutes later, they
+. <: \ a different category altogether.Consequently,- in my arrived at the'f finish! line in Redondo Beach, Calif.
: own prestigious rating,of American "sports," auto Now, it seems that In a race of 2,590 miles,.over any
racing has traditionally placed just below.'.horseshoes'' -:route t "available;:some sort:of broad time lag should be

Anything. '. and a notch above hunting. :expected \when"' a new;record is .set; say, 'at least an
But, I'm willing to make an exception now and hour or 'fwo. In any other.race that might be the case.

consider as "SPORT"a free-for-all affair that has addeda But, like said, this race. Is.crazy. Cline and May beat
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? ." Brock Yates, the senior editor of "Car and the race/:;said Clfne. Besides being a co-driver in figured out what we were up to cause after we paid the
>river" and the race's originator, laid down these the race, Cline is a top-notch mechanic. In November ticket he told us the fastest way to get t back to where we
.limple guidelines when the event was started five 1974 he was selected to the"Mechanic's Hall of Fame." were before." '
>ears ago: His apartment to filled with over 300 trophies for both The only other problem was with rabbits. The Ferarri!
"Entrants must drive a land-based vehicle of any driving and mechanic dccomplishhients. In the past two hit three of them near the California border and just
onfiguration, with any sized crew, over any route they years he has won 25 national races and was named about wiped out.
hoose, at any speed they deem practical, between Florida Driver of the Year for 1974. "We hit the first one at about 120," ,said May.
New York and Los Angeles. The vehicle with the According to May, a local realtor-developer Cline Is "Sounded kinda like hitting a watermelon with a
briefest elapsed time wins.. There are no other rules." the "best Triumph mechanic in the country. baseball bat. They were damn big things. We had guts
| Brock named the race after a hero of his, Cannonball "People who race Triumph's and win, just don't' do it in the grill when we got to !the.:! (in Ish."
aker, on early. cross-country record setter. Baker's without Cline parts,"said May,who met Cline last year.
reatest feat was crossing the U.S; from L.A. to Newark The Cannonball Baker race starts at the Red Ball As for'rewards, the Cannonball Baker race doesn't
in 60 hours during the late J920sHe drove a Garage in Manhattan'within sight of the waterfront.The have much of a payoff.
.Franklin and made the t trip I alone., drivers can leave whenever they wish, provided "We got a sew-on patch and a helluva lot of
they wait at least 15 minutes after the previous car., publicity. That was it/' said Cline. So, to, offset the'cost
:d t n 1971, Yates drove cross-country in a customized They have 'their cards validated qt 'the garage's time of the next race, they are starting to*look for a backer.
odge van. He made the trip in ]Just under 40 hours and clock and then they're off. Cline and May say theyll J seta; new record when they It
decided to turn the race into an annual Invitationalvent. Cline and May split up the driving duties just about run the race next year.: If they hadn't hit rush hour
,The'following'year,'Yates teamed up with Dan equally. Still, during the entire trip neither one of them traffic in LA. they could have saved well over another
urney to defeat 15 other entries and set a record thatod slept for longer-'than 15 minutes. ',hour" this l last time,' they,said." ....,
I until Cline,May and the Ferrari Dino came along.. ,e something about cruising at 120 miles per "We think we can get it up to .a,90 mile per hour
lie other racesopera'wlthln a jungle of rules,, hour in a Ferrari that keeps your adrenaline flowing,",.averagesaid' ,Cline.. .
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:.Cannonball) Baker race encourages the drivers to :'said''CDne "Triafs\for 'sure,". said May. "'This time we drove
k the rules of the.open,highway. Cline and May through 11 hours of California rain and a sandstormthat
,','' raged. 83 mph across the U.S, and picked up only E-; the' most part, Cline and May had no trouble was an honest-to-God Sahara son-of-a-bitch. We
I f t speeding ticket. The speeds for the other 19 cars making the trip.:They packed in plenty of Gatorade and got pulled f speeding: and we had to.slow- .down. ,for
" .f-I" ',:: Ere all well above the 55 mph"energey conscious"' candy bars,,perfected their fuel stopping'routine' to a rabbits. It's gotta be better next time:"
t,1 -' lit and a total of,12 traffic violations were received: science and used a citizen's band radio'plus radar' Cline and'May are already makingtheirplans for'
I. he race is primarily a protest against what the ,detector warn them when police were nearby. They next year. They say one of the main reasons for their
irticipants feel are senseless restrictions placed on 'claim that in most states the police won't do anything .success this time was a secret route ,("Oh, it's
>. drivers. But then, that's the beauty of !it t all. While I Ia unless you go more than 15 miles per hour over the: somewhere in the Mldw stthat) was relativelystraight
.,\a.. to"along with the idea of conserving fuel by going speed limit.Their only run-in with the law came outside' and avoided major cities..They are studying the
"MOW, there's just! enough of the, anarchist in me to of a small Ohio town, where they were given a $250 maps to find new routes and talking over the possibilityof
laud the idea of a race that scoffs at all rules andes ticket,for "driving'too fast for conditions." The Ferrari changing the Ferarrl's white paint job to a flat black.
the cops to' hand out, tickets had been cruising[ at well over 100 on a 4-lane high '"Flat .black, is definitely the color,", said, May.
/It's .just, o rebellion against the, speed limit," way, passing lots of trucks, when. Cline and May hearda 'There's no way the cops,will pick, up,our. silhouetteand
lid Jock May as he, Cline and I drank coffee at Cline's truck driver warn his buddies over the CB radio that a it won't look like we're going that fast.."
orelgn Auto Specialty" shop. "The expressways patrolman was moving up fast from behind. He .was '
I eren't designed for 55 miles per hour and the fact thate obviously after someone and Cline and May figured it The Cannonball Baker race won't ever evolve into
/ only got one ticket shows that the limit isn't en- was them. But, every time they tried to exit from the the kind of event that attracts the gigantic crowds like
orced." Both Cline and May advocate a speed limit highway and make a quick escape down a side road Indianapolis! and Daytona.. It's an unsanctioned event
system: similar[ to one they say is used in Europe. Each they found a couple of semis blocking their of forts.The frowned on by racing's established order. But, the next
car and driver is given an individual limit that is posted t truckers had teamed up to stop the hot-shot Ferrari. time you read 'about' one of those big racing ex-
Ion the car. The,better the equipment and the operator, Finally, Cline pulled the car over and they just waited travaganzas happen to bestuck in the midst of a
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Julian Gibson, 018098, Ira Bloom, 038750, and Joe "Because it's gonna be tough,I want to make it." program,includes a Tuesday evening class conductedby
"Red"Jones,038613,were all standing outside the art One inmate artist who is out Is 27year.old Scott former UF instructor Gory Corserl. Oftentimes
studio in one of their breaks,discussing art and prison. MacPherson,who served a little over four.years on a Corseri will bring guest poets Into the class, and the
The gun towers rose imposingly in the distance, and drug charge. He was released on Mandatory Con guests on March 15 were blackpoetess Audry ,Ran
the electric fence stood just waiting for its juice to be ditional Release, which is similar to parole. dolph, a doctoral student In speech communications
squeezed."I'm Scott spent some time in Gainesville before 'at FSU,and Dr.Van Brock, professor of English at FSU
definitely going to continue my work in art and heading back home to Connecticut, where he hopesto and director of the prison poets program. Poems from
poetry when I get out," said Julian. "It really has find some work and continue his art and writing these classes will form the basis of an anthology to be.
opened my eyes.. It makes me want to help myself before attempting to,come to UF, .. published this summer.
and my people.' "I've Written a novel t that I have to revise, and-. I a.':: Audrey began the class by reading some of her
"Yeah. You know,it's tough being on the outside," hope to get it published. Of course, 111 have to poems. Many of them sound the theme of male-
Red joined in. "Once you get out, there's all your publish some of my shorter pieces first, before attempting female relationships,and the inmates are getting off.
friends,and they're carrying on like always,and they the big one. Hell, it's going to be hard, but "Yeah, man, I can dig on, that."
want you to join them. And it's sometimes hard to I'm up for the challenge., I've spent too many years of "Say it, that's it."
stay away from them." my life just screwing; around, and now I see my "You're all right, Audrey." .
"I can dig that, man,"Ira replied, "that's where the mistakes. ''The rest of my life will be spent in painting Male-female relationships and black consciousnessare
art comes in.. With my art, I can stay away from that and writing,two things I learned to do in prison, and familiar themes of Interest here. Corseri says, -
circle. I'll have better things to do than hang around which I'm grateful to some kind people in prison for. "The poems that prisoners write, while perhaps
with them." I've got big plans. But now I'm going to go home for a lacking a certain degree of sophistication, are very
Do they have any fears about getting out of prison? while and just mellow out." solid. Prisoners draw from a unique experience;
Do they realize how tough it will be? consequently, their poems have a great deal of
'"Sure I know how tough it's gonna be. But I just The poetry workshop, instituted by Hirschi! and the meaning."
want to get out that much more," Julian insisted. Apalachee Poetry Center's "Poets in the Prisons" (See page 16))

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One inmate's poem entitled "mob of anti-african program is funded by a matching Take this painting." It was a strikingly
niggers", a stirring rejection of white society, meets the economy in its present nude "I like it, but I want you to have it."
with enthusiastic approval.. Whoops and cheers The luxuries are the first t to he shook hands goodbye, he said, "We don't
abound as a white prisoner denounces the "ruling write poetry is "not essential" to ; no anchors around here. We need a sense of
class" in a poem )Jaced with obscenities.But program faces discontinuation. That's why I paint. I don't need no Playboy
then it settles down. Audrey returns to read a "These; guys are sincerely or fast living. I just want the simplicity of life.
tender love poem to the accompaniment of an inmate and that makes the workshop a it doesn't make a hell of a lot of sense to
j on congas. The'poets' eyes scan the floor. The poem Teaching poetry in prison has to' prisoners the opportunity to express themselves..
has said it all. But it cannot fill the emptiness.Ira best experiences In eight years these opportunities, it is conceivable that the
Bloom was talking during a break in the class as are incredibly honest-.they 't in prisons will explode inn nasty manner. The
his classmates gathered around Audrey to get her ,classes, but they want to :to ;be 'taken should be towards en- '
reactions their work. themselves. They have a of creative programs in the prisons,
"The longer I stay around get to know the people in themselves. It's just tragic that than building "tent cities" on prison grounds
this class, the more attahced to them I become. I'm a terminated. Just tragic,"Corserl prisoners will only suffocate physically and
shy person, but once I became attached to' these Tommy French was sitting In I Ily. But, judging from the talk coming from
people, it was easier for me to express my feelings:' his work with the appreciative ass e lately, where a legislator complained that
A sense of futility has enveloped this particular, is. When informed that it was are living in luxury"', that approach may be

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