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r The Independent FRIDAY

: Florida /MAY 16 1975


/vc 67, NO.I 136

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j > State won't pay UF water bill hike I


By DEBBIE IBERT Tallahassee Thursday nv .tng, expressed the hope that next and could not attend the meeting between' legislators and city
Alligator Staff Writer year the legislature will'increase appropriations to cover the officials.
It's too late now for the city of Gainesville to convince the city's increased water rates. GAINESVILLE MAYOR Neil Butler. City Manager B.
Florida Legislature that the state should pay more of UF's "WE DON'T EXPECT them (the local legislative Harold Farmer, Regional Utilities Board Director Robert
skyrocketing water bill. delegation) to do any miracles in this session," City Com- Roundtree, Commissioner Little and Commission Clerk Don
But city officials, meeting with local legislators in missioner Joseph Little said."We're hopeful that next session Hope traveled to the capitol to seek support of the local
there will be some increase." delegation in convincing the rest of the legislature to increasethe
The city raised UF's water bill from 26 cents per 1,000 water bill appropriation."We .
r gallons to 52 cents' last March. didn't get much encouragement in the way of an
The Florida Senate's appropriations bill, however, allocates increase for this year," Little said.
only 31.5 cents per 1,000 gallons for UF to pay its water bill. The legislators were "very hard to convince," he added,
GAINESVILLE CITIZENS will have to make-up the "but we may have opened up some minds."

difference, Little said, by paying increased property taxes.A WHEN THE LEGISLATORS pointed out that Gainesville
1955 Florida Supreme Court decision ruled that is charging "two to three times" more for water than other
NEIL BUTLER Gainesville was still obligated to an agreement made in 1904, cities with universities Little said he asked them "not to
t when city fathers offered tOsupply ,UF with free water if the compare apples with oranges."

.seeks university located in GainesriUe.Although The high cost of treating Gainesville's,hard water makes
2 3 t the legislature later agreed to pick up the tab for the city water rates higher than others Little explained.He .
state support UF's water,bill,it recently refused to provide additional fundsto pointed out that Gainesville residents pay 75 cents per
cover the 26 cent increase in water rates. 1,000 gallons, much less than UF is charged.
SENATE WAYS and Means Committee Chairman Bob UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston, who went to
i' Saunders, D-Gainesville, has told city officials it is Tallahassee with the city officials, said "UF will, pay its water
"unrealistic" to expect the state to pay UF's water bill at a
bill with "whatever the legislature gives us to pay it with."
rate more than double what other university cities charge.
Rep.Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne, said the local legislative .UF will not be expected to divert educational funds to pay
delegation sympathized with the city's dilemma, but added, for higher bills, he added.A .
1! "other legislators are not going(to fund)anything higher than proposal for UF to provide its own water with its own
the average(water bill amount)at all other state universities." water plant is something Marston said he "hopes he won't get
Martin was in Hawthorne Thursday to speak at a banquet to."

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44 THERE IS'NOT a certain number of days allotted to There is a $5.00 service charge to have electricity fumedback 44
<4/*> Bill collectors no longer sport bowler derbys and evil customers to pay their bills before service is discontinued. on during office. hours a $10.00 charge after :44 44
44 mustaches; they don't even come knocking at your door. However,if a second phone call and several written notices, working hours. 44
1 44 But'delinquent bill notices are not sent to be sneered at fail to produce some sort of payment arrangement,' Phillips said that Some customers might receive "bonus 44
i 44 and then tossed into the;nearest garbage can. telephone service may then be shut off. Foley said. days" to pay bills because of the heavy workload the RUB 44
44 44 There is no way to estimate how long he has to pay the,, Southern Bell does send some "large'unpaid bill" cases has.HE :44
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4* electricity is cut.SOUTHERN Bad checks are filed in the State Attorney's Office and Attorney involve big businesses not students. 44
; U> ,BELL Telephone Company's manager' the customers responsible for' the checks are subject to "Most grad students are eager 'to keep good" credit 44
. 4 44* Judith'Foley said the company does not have set rules:on prosecution.., ,because they are job-hunting -who needs to have one's 44
; 4* delinquent bills UNLIKE SOUTHERN BELL the Regional Utilities' prospective employer write to the electricity company,and 44 44
I 4* The company treats each customer 'as an individual, Board(RUB)does not have the staff or budget to call each find out that he has bad credit?" Phillips said. 44
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(UPI) An assault force of about 200 for the Marines were repulsed by heavy Communist gunfire

.Marines came under heavy fire for nearly 14 hours Thursday from the island. friday.
before being rescued by helicopters from a tiny island off the Asked to describe the type of gunfire mounted by the Khmer

Cambodian coast the Pentagon said. Rouge troops on the island, Laitin replied: "small

At least one and possibly two Americans were killed and ,caliber but I lots of it." "capsule

"many" others wounded during the marathon battle which After the first rescue helicopters were .drlven back, U.S.

and ended when the last low, the dumbell-shaped island to
began at 7:20 p.m., EDT helicopterlifted jetfighters swooped over

off,'from Koh Tang island at 9:10 ,a.m... Pentagon ,suppress the hostile ,fire ,with their cannons and rockets _iii::

spokesman Joseph Laitin said., _.'?:, Vtu,.'yr Defense ,officials.;said The choppers 'landed on the deck of the carrier Coral,Sea around the 'island also opened fire'on Cambodian positionswith

about 10 miles out in the Gulf of Thailand. their-five-inch' gun:

The helicopters pulled off a daring: night-time rescue -- far
of the
Laitin said to the best of his knowledge- none
riskier than the original effort planned for daylight of the
helicopters that rescued the Marines was hit.
assault force after initial thwarted by Khmer
The first Americans to be rescued from the island were a
soldiers the island Laitin said.
Rouge on group of 26 Marines and airmen many of them wounded
The Marines of American force of ships,
were part had
who were shot down during the initial assault. They
and sent to free the merchant ship Mayaguezand
planes troops island.
spent the day separated from their comrades on the
its crew of 40 Americans who were captured by Cambodian Laitin said.

gunboats Monday.

Laitin said the destroyers Holt and Wilson, both steamingless When the first rescue effort was repulsed Defense officials .. ,
thai 1000yards off the shore of the island, would continuea considered the possibility that the Marines might have to stayon

search tor any possible Marines left behind. to maintain their beachhead on the island all night. >

The successful night time rescue -riskier than the one the But officials ordered the rescue efforts to keep going after

Pentagon had hoped to carry out in the fading hours of the dark with small boats from the destroyers and helicopters

daylight took place after initial attempts to send helicopters in standing by.

I Ship rescue praised in Congress I..:, ., .... p-,.,"

WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford received over-, message to adversaries that the U.S. "will not be lightly

whelming bipartisan support from Congress Thursday for his pushed around"

.decision to use military) force to obtain the release of the Sen. Carl Curtis R-Neb., said the U.S. should not be a

Mayaguez and its crew of 40 Americans.Sen. "bully, but we should be strong enough that we're respected."

Henry Jackson, D-Wash., said he gives Ford "high
"The courageous and decisive action by President Ford will
marks." Sen. Edmund Muskie, D-Maine said the successful
do more for the cause of liberty around the world than all of
outcome of the operation "should be satisfying to all of us.
the diplomatic meetings ,nd conferences that have been held
Sen. Goldwater R-Ariz.. said he that Ford
Barry was grateful in the last few years and will be held in the next years" he
showed enough "guts to do what he should have done. said.. .
Senate conservatives took the opportunity to call for a

strong defense posture as the basis of U.S. foreign policy. Sen. lake Gam.' R-Utah praised Ford for sending a stern

,One by one, the conservative Senators made floor speeches message to.those countries of the world that,would seek "to

stressing the need to regain the confidence of allies and send a:'. .,bite the tail". :of,the U.S..

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\ Th*lndpndnt Florida Alligator, Friday.May 14, W5, Pag*3

I'; Lofaeck to drop.. out; remains VP


it i By DEBBIE ERICKSON Lobeck said he will be allowed to remain in office becausehe
!r .. Alligator, SUIT WalterRecently is getting a waiver from the, Dean 'of' Student Affairs
elected student body Vice President Dan Lobeck Thomas Goodale.
said today he is withdrawing from UF, but will be allowed to UF regulations require all student body officers to be
\ remain in office: registered as full-time students, but this 'regulation may be
" Lobeck.,said:because' he Jlha ipenl.a tot-of,time.getting. laved by the' Dean for,Student Affairs. ,
; "elected and with his job* he is unable to complete this. '. 'G ODALE'SAID HE. will grant Lobeck the' waiver for "..,,.'..,;"> ,.,: .. f ;
i quarter with satisfactory results. four reasons. J.' "" "' "
"IJHAD TWO choices. I could stay registered, maybe get a "I will grant the waiver, when Dan withdraws because it is ii '
2.0 grade point' average and forget ,about the, '24 cabinet so late in the quarter because he has performed well in Law ::
positions.that must be filled, or 1 can withdraw,, start my School so far; because he' is trying to initiate many new ;';1"
: classes again 'this summer and finish out the vice presidency programs and because it won't jeopardize his progress in Law
in the way it should be done,"he said School." '.,'Ii' .
:' Lobeck 'said I ISO students have ,applied for ,the available Lobeck said. "1 1. feel, 1 will be' doing the best thing
': ''* cabinet positions. academically and the best thing for the student body to haye a' .
': .'t. "1 want the best cabinet possible and the only way to get it vice president tha$can do a full, thorough job.;"
\ '".'.,, i "' is to talk to each applicant individually,"Lobeck said. "I: have been told by Tigert Hall that I could have withdrawn
':;.Ii: ALL CABINET POSITIONS must be filled by the end of and nobody would have found out, but I didn't want to
..,J'"-: ::.,.the quarter. dolt) that way,'* he said., .." ..
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/ +/', ". Crowded classes to be protested

;,, .., By DEBBIE ERICKSON' member,.representing the inherent views of:their colleagues Candidates. to discuss
'<, Alligator Staff WriterA one, member,,chosen 'from: the, student,,body,) a graduate
'.' ; strike to protest over-crowded classrooms and the tuition .assistant chosen .from the general graduate consensus, a
hike is being organized for Wednesday by the 'Students representative'from the career Service spectrum and an administrator campaign isues'Qri TV
Against Cutbacks (SAC:; ," Domenech'said.
The strike is planned to last the entire day, with a rally at "All committee 'members will have an equal vote," he City, Commission candidates Aaron Green
.. the Plaza of the Americas at 11a.m. added. and 'T.E.' "Ted" Williams will appear on
JOHN DOMENECII, SAC representative, said the,strike UF President Robert Q. Marston said he thought the strike cable television channel nine Saturday at?,5
"will also be in protest of the decrease in quality education, was a "bad" idea. p.m. to discuss campaign issues.
stemming from the layoffs,of graduate assistantships career "ITS NOT GOOD to ask the legislature to increase funds Program director Art Marshall said both
.... service employees and faculty being denied tneure:, above the governor's budget and then have students not candidates were alloted 15 minutes to present .
Domenech,said SAC will present, their! proposals for the attending classes. We should be trying our best to show the their respective position on utility rates blue
distribution of next year's "lump-sum" funding of the legislature,that we have serious, hardworking students" at lawS and unification.
university at the rally. UF. he said. Pre-recorded excerpts include appearancesby
He said SAC believes a "five-member committee should be Dean of Student Affairs Thomas Goodale said he thoughtthe the' candidates before the Women's
: set up to distribute funds. rally was "occurring too late to have any impact in Political Caucus the Gainesville Chamber of
'.. .4 i't"THE! COMMITTEE should 'consist of one faculty Tallahassee." Commerce and the Older Americans Council.

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Fog 4,Hi.,lndp.ndnt Florida Alligator,Friday,May'It 1975 ." "' "i .:

.. Udall : 'Useyourownenergy'. dr .

By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU Udall said Ford's idea of making the consumer use less is .
Alligator Staff Writer "to let the price go up." ..
"THE CURRENT administration has catered to the oil
Stuart Udall, former Secretary of the Interior, warned dealers.They feel that if they're nice to them, they will always
people not to live "beyond their'means" and leave "nothing get oil" he said.
for later" Wednesday night at University Auditorium.He Udall said the public officials in Washington are willing to
urged the audience to "use our remaining energy to admit their mistakes. He cited three errors made in thel960's.
convert to another energy system." "The, U..S.n( ; picked. the highestjifigurej&anyone.cou; l4J. .' z
{ UDALL SPEAKING before; a crowd: of approximately 200 ,-jdreanjiMpTn! we thought W\'had inori'bit'than vy flt ,
persons observing Earth Week, said people must be reoriented had."
to the new lifestyle awaiting them. "We thought we had a panacea in nuclear energy but we
"The petroleum age is coming to an end and we must make found'we couldn't use it profitably."
changes now," Udall said. "We used to think the problem of "We thought the situation would get better by importingmore
the 90's would be leisure time,' but now we find we must cheap Arab oil, but we passed out of this phase pretty 111 u '
change our cities."Designing fast." photo by bob wool
a permanent energy system, urban planning, Udall's brother, Morris Udall D-Ariz.is a candidate for ENVIRONMENTALIST STUART UDALL
engineering and architecture will have to be dealt with soon, the presidency in 1976. Udall is his brother's campaign
because we haven't much oil left," he added. :c f manager. warns people not to live beyond their..means
UDALL SAID PEOPLE must become re-oriented for a
new society. He said he wants people to start "using their own
energy." Pop tops yield money for charityBy I
"We must get to work now in bringing back the railroad,
bikeways and jogging paths," he said.
Udall said until these developments get underway, con JEFF ANDERSON The effort at UF is already underway with plastic milk
servation is all that can be done. AW&atorStafIVVrlter cartons situated in four places around campus to collect the
"WE WASTE between one-third and 40 per cent of our Approximately 325 million pop tops linked end to end aluminum can tops. .
energy. We should build more windows on this campus, enough to stretch from Gainesville to Alaska, will yield at LOUIS SCHIFF, outgoing president of the UF Circle K
because we can't afford to air-condition," he said. least $100,000 to help fight multiple sclerosis, a crippling chapter said"We have them strung all over the office."
UDALL SAID TIIERE is no "meaningful substitute" for disease of the young. Circle K is hoping to collect $100,0005,000 miles of pop
petroleum.,He added the U.S. doesn't have the technology to Ed Knadle president of the UF chapter of Circle K, a tops.Circle
bring about an economical means of replacing it. .service organization excepts to receive at least $20 for every K has been active in raising funds for multiple
"No one is going to pull his car into a methane station and mile of pop tops. sclerosis for the past five years. Over that time they have
ask to have it filled up at$2.50 a gallon."he said. CIRCLE K INTERNATIONAL has already found some collected $10,000, Mike Whitworth, a club member, said.
UDALL SAID HE thinks the people of the country will sponsors to back up the endeavor, and the club on campus is UF's Circle K has placed the milk cartons at four spots
make sacrifices if the leaden will level with them. looking for more, Kandle said. around campus with the request to"put your pop tops here-
"Nixon used energy getting back and forth to California.We In August, Circle K clubs in the U.S., Canada and Europewill help stamp out multiple sclerosis.
can't ask people to tighten their belts if the leaders don'tset link all their pop tops together and stretch them out into They can be found in concessions at Library West, J.
the example," he said. what may be the longest pop top chain in the world. Wayne Reitz Union Hume Library,and at the Hub.

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CAR STEREO MORE! It's sentiment-not law

By MICHAEL BRADLEY Biggs' opinion was requested by Marston
Alligator Staff Writer following the protest of recent campus
,speaker Dr. Paul Gaston of the University of
Virginia.IN .
The so-called "loyalty oath" in the UF
speakers' contract does not have the force of A LETTER to Marston. Gaston wrote
Jjj law, according to an opinion by UF AttorneyTom that he had considered taking the matter to
Biggs. court to test the clause's constitutionality, but
The controversial clause is based on a was counselled by friends to express his
resolution passed in 1971 by the Florida protests privately and speak anyway.
legislature an expression of the legislature's Since Marston's request for an opinion by
sentiments but not a law. Biggs historian Eugene Genovese has refusedto
ALL LECTURES appearing on campus sign the contract and cancelled his.May IS
and paid with student activity monies are speech.
"1 consider the existence of this kind of
tt+ required to sign a contract which contains a
clause stipulating that they will not advocate loyalty oath. .to be unworthy of the State of
"the violent overthrow of the government of Florida, unworthy of your excellent university
the United States, the State of Florida, or any and unworthy of all of us," Genovese said in a
political subdivision thereof." letter to Dr. David Colburn, an associate
UF President Robert Marston explainedthat professor of history and social sciences.IN .
fisl6Rimn specialties the clause is not an infringement of RESPONSE to Gaston's protest
anyone's freedom that lecturers have the Marston has asked for a recommendation,
freedom to say what they want but that they regarding the clause from the Committee on
SmtMfAUOXATMDelicious OYSTDtSAUdAim will not be paid if they violate the clause. Public Functions.
Succulent baked In ,
/ lender ihrlmp cooked In a eyrten edelklout Committee chairman Fletcher Baldwin is in
MUCO. Served with your "This is not a loyalty oath, Manton said.
rich Augratfn choke of souco.potato Served or tpoghetM with choice of potato or pognotn and According to Hugh Cunningham, UF the process of convening the meeting.
your end cole"' S2.tS cole low. S2.tS public information officer, the clause was first "I 1 want to move on it (Marston's directive)
HALl AND HALl STIAK AND SCAMPI inserted by a UF committee and can be with- fast because it's an important thing"
Succulent Med thrifty served with Shrimp Kempl served with a drawn by a ,UF committee. Baldwin said.
delicious' grouper linger Served dettcloM fill ol Sirloin Stood. Served
with your' choke of potato or with your choke of potato or
loogheM and cole ilaw. $135 tpogfcefl*and cole"' $4.tS

NlUN ll"N'CIAI" S1IAK., SlUmD$SHUN Prof association expected
Tender delktoM' toH shell crab and Stuffed shrimp served with .
fried flounder served with your delicious' filet or Sirloin Stock.
choke of potato or ipoghoM. end Select your choke of a potato or I
col Ie...... S2.9S .......and cole...... $4.9S to take UF off censure listBy

Italian fisherman LINDA WISNIEWSKI Blye cases were settled "satisfactorily" ac-
Alligator Staff Writer cording to the local AAUP chapter.
4 2310 SW 13th St. UF will "most likely" be removed from the Any damages incurred by Jones when he
censure list of the American Association of was fired from UF were settled through UF's
We accept Master Charge University Professors (AAUP) when the decision to purchase a $6,000 set of books
and BankAmericard> .1 national chapter meets next month in dealing with academic freedom and civil
Washington D.C. rights with Jones' name inscribed in them,
"It is my hope and expectation that the Smith' said.
academic climate is acceptable"' to AAUP The books were purchased last year''and
David Smith, local AAUP president and UF will be donated to the Spessard Holland Law
law professor said. Center Library, he said.
GEORGE MARSHALL, a representativefrom UF OFFERED BLYE one year's salary -
the national AAUP chapter, met with approximately $11,000 as compensationfor
Dr. Robert Bryan, UF Vice-President for any damages Blye incurred when he was
Academic Affairs, Smith and several local tired from UF, Smith said.
AAUP faculvy members to determine if UF's "The fact that Blye rejected the offer"
policies concerning tenure and academic leaves the Blye case up to the courts rather
freedom now meet AAUP standards. than UF, he said.
UF was placed on the AAUP censure list in However, the state appellate courts issued
1971 because of three law suits filed against "an advene judgement against Cornwell"
UF by former UF faculty members. which denied him 'readmission to the
The suits were brought by Marshall Jones, university.Smith said. "
UF professor of medicine, English professor MARSHALL SAID he believes UFs ac-
Councille Blye, and forestry professor George tions in the court cases were an "expression of

of remainder books .Cornwell.SMITH TOLD MARSHALL the Jones and co-operation.Discussion" also centered around UF's

tenure policy, which Bryan said was
"stimulated by AAUP interest."
Irt>ml3Mayto31MayiTnaijidered Blue Key to top PREVIOUSLY UNDER the Stephen
O'Connell administration, UF granted tenureor
protection from a faculty member being
six of 1 11 1 womenSix fired because of budget cutbacks-only after ,
faculty members were able to prove that "they
got along well with the people in their
of, 11 l women applying to-Florida a Blue department," Dr. Raymond Gay-Crosier,
Key this spring were accepted as active romance language professor and AAUP
.' members to the leadership society in its_ member said. ,
'. second year of open membership. That criteria, in addition'to other criteria,
took* are the rernnan_ ) The women are scheduled to be initiated was "characterized by vagueness" which
b of publishers i clocks gold t to special Saturday night along with 26 of the 33 men made it "close to unconstitutional Gay-
that applied for active membership. Crosier said.
didrlkulers at reduced: --prfce., /o: Ufe Outgoing Blue Key President Ron David If a faculty member was an "excellent
aid he with the number of teacher" but did with his
was pleased large not get along peers
have obtained a delecrlioix( from twosucK women that were tapped. then the professor could be denied tenure, he

did.f jbutere.. . :
; .a consider women for membership, produced UF gives tenure to
for Cbffsc f and good iuy# only three Blue:Key sisters.'Two-other women professors that demonstrate a high quality of
were initiated fall quarter. teaching, a high quality and amount of
Nell Miller, wife of the late J. Hillis Miller research, and the performance of services
m:::; G .aD S w as theonly female honorary member selected within the academic community, GayCrosiersaid.
tlRtt of :he IS chosen this quarter. .

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tog**.fl .lnd.p.nd.nt Florida Alligator, FHdoy. May 16.1975 Speech threatened with suit '"

McGriff cancels over union riftBy

yiv LINDA WISNIEWSKI "Upon advice from (UF attorney Tom Biggs) Bryan did not

... ';it':!' r, Alligator Staff Writer speak,(at the AAUP meeting). Consequently the attorneys for
;if" ':It\ the AAUP objected to McGritrs.appearance. What's good'for

Board of Regents member Jack McGriff was forced to the goose is good for the gander he said.A .
Jw '$: cancel his speaking engagement at the United, Faculty of MEMBER FROM .t the ,general' council for AAUP

.""" '" JACK Florida (UFF) meeting last night under pressure from a rival threatened to file a complaint against McGriff yesterday at
1' McGRIFF faculty member's union. '$ ,; the chancellors: office of the State University System in
l : s The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) ,\ Tallahassee if McGriff spoke at the UFF meeting.

f 'willingto threatened to file a suit against McGriff under an "unfair
UFF) if
"I 1 will not appear at the( meeting there is going to
labor practice law" that prohibits a regents member from "
AAUP McGriff
be a complaint filed by the said adding
Li"' 'II appear' showing favoritism to a particular labor 'group.
:'.' 1" ,!. that according to information he received from the chan
:i: AAUP LOCAL president and UF law professor David
cellor's office the AAUP would definitely file a complaint if he
Smith said the appearance of McGriff at the UFF meeting
at the meeting.
would "a conflict of interests" because the regents spoke
represent McGriff said he would not appear at the UFF meeting
with either AAUP or UFF.
"eventually" bargaining
may because he did not want to "waste time" in public hearing
e AAUP McGriffs because UFF
E eirL objected to appearance sessions that would be held if a suit was filed against him.
objected to UF Vice President for Academic Affairs RobertBryan's
THE "UNFAIR LABOR practice l law did not bother me,"
appearance at an AAUP chapter meeting early this '.
McGriff said. "
year Smith said. "I am willing to appear before any,faculty group that invites -

me," .he said. .,* j..... *., .

S Faculty ratings come out today

York to speak afgroundbreaking
By BILL FLORA swered'including how much books and materials cost what

.;'.. a. Alligator Staff Writer ,kinds of tests'\are given, and how. attendance affects the final
The quarterly Omicron Delta Kappa ,(ODK) teacher According to production Editor Bob Hackworth. the'
evaluation will be distributed
today. evaluation has been made smallerto make it more meaningful.The .
According to Managing Editor Raymer Maguire the schools of Jounalism Business Administration and Art By JON BIELBY
evaluation has been completely.restructured: in.an effort to aid
students in and Sciences are !the only ones evaluated. The evaluation of Alligator Staff Writer
registration.ODK each school is:in ,a separate' magazine form.
and Student Government demanded that the format
be changed because students regarded it as useless.;Maguire BY REDUCING THE SIZE of the evaluation. Hackworthsaid The principle speaker at the groundbreaking ceremonies
said that the evaluation is now something! the student will the evaluation was made more comprehensive. He said for a S10.5 million teaching hospital for the UF College of
want to have for registration.: ODK hopes to. expand the evaluation in the future and Veterinary Medicine Saturday will be Chancellor-designate of
UNDER THE NEW format, the,instructor' :describes:the possibly ,attempt to evaluate University College. the State University System Dr E.T. York Jr.
material used in his course and the plans'to use: The evaluation can be found in all evaluated departments. The new hospital scheduled for completion by early

The evaluation also includes, questions' 'teachers. an- '."Tigert. Hall.and all residence halls.WHAT'S ,summer of 1977. will enroll its first class of 40
: students in the tall of 1976 and admit its first full class of 80
in the fall of 1977.
GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION Co. of Orlando, the hospital
I contractor has marked off a service' line ditch for the
groundbreaking ceremonies.
York Chairman of the UF committee that-envisioned the

;. ',.... ..* ". By VALERIE REINHOLD p ataka' Para Center 9 a.m.. Saturday. All UF students and establishment of the nation's'2Oth Veterinary,College, helped
.. Alligator Correspondent faculty with J less than 120 jumps are eligible to enter. acquire legislative approval in 1965.-Then the vice president
DANCE A Fifties,dance.will be Sunday at the Hillel Jewish for agricultural affairs he has since served'as Executive'. Vice
BIG BROTHER Ex-acting ,associate i F.B.I. Director W. Student Center, 16 NW 18th St. Admission is $1 couple President and Interim President\ UF.
Mark Felt will, speak on government! intelligence.scandals... ,75centsstag.'beginning at 9 p.m. A $25 prize for best fifties HELD AT THE Livestock Pavillion'and presided over by
Sponsored by Accent '*76, it'sat, 8,p.m;, Tuesday on the J, dressed couple, dance and trivia contest will also be included. UF President Robert Q. Marston the 10:30 a.m. program will

,Wayne Reitz Union,north lawn? It'S' open to .the' public. include l ( Commissioner of 'Agriculture Doyle E. Conner,
GOLDBUGi "Does a'gold bug',j>rain In ,a box have rights ,BAHA'Ii A public discussion introducing the teachings of the speaking in behalf of the state cabinet;: Board of Regents Vice
when the whistle i :;blows?" will be the discussion topic at the Baha'I Faith and world.peace will be at 8 p.m, Friday in room Chairman James J. Gardner; Senator Robert Saunders, D-
Student Liberation Movement meeting: Scheduled for 8 p.m.. 118'of the.Onion.FARMWORKERS: Gainesville: Rep. Wayne Mixson D.-Mariana: Florida
,Friday it will ben room '150 B of the Union. : The Students for Farmworkers Veterinary Medical Association President Standish Piper:
SLIDE SUOWs The Soviet Jewery will,be the subject of a slide Gainesville Farmworker Support Committee will picket Dan's Student Pre-Veterinary Club President Lance Rodan; and

show' 'by Aaron $hor;onlTuesday.The show will' beat 46.N.W,. Beverages 703 W, University Ave. from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridayto Veterinary College Dean' Charles E.. Cornelius.E.T. .
18th 'St:, r8"p.m, protest Gallo,wine. Saturday there will be a meeting at 11
EARTH: WEEK ACTIVITIES! A .legislative workshop ,on, a.m.;at"l918 NW 11 Rd._ to train persons in organizing skills.
'citizen interaction in' ecology issues will be Friday at 1 p.m. in' and also,meeting i at t 7 p-m. in room 150 B of the Union.on, ,
room''12? Q the.Union.., A tree Environmental. Action Group, 'Sunday' to 'discuss future' plans and boycotts. '
picnic will:be afl2' noon between Broward and Mallory Halls' SERVICES An Eastern Orthodox Liturgy (in Greek and'

on Saturday. Prizes will be awarded for the Earth Week essay English ) will be at(,the Episcopal University Center at 10 a.m:. .
and aluminum contest. Saturday,Choir practice is at 9:30: a.m.. YORK "

THEATRE The Hippodromes,production. "Lysfttrata": : ,TRIP Augustine will the subject of a historically oriented oversaw
.plays' Wednesday .through,,Sunday: evenings :until Junel.; trip Sunday.. Interested. persons should bring a $1 fee for Vet school', w;
Curtain opens at 8:15: p.m."(tickets} 'should.be picked up by) refreshments,to the Catholic Student Center by ,Friday/-

7:55): ) at the Hippodrome Theatre. J401JS.E.() .Hawthorne ,Rd., ,Departure will beat, 8:30: a.m.' from the parking lot behind; creation'. "
,For I ticket reservations '(all :313 837&;,Price' is' '12J50:on,.',/(/Tigert-Hall/Transportation is not provided. ,'. 'p .. '
.' kc 1ds"apd S2.00 weeknights: ., i .PLAYERS1. : -" Florida Players will elect officers at their ;
GERONIMQSi. .:A'skydiving_ accuracy: '', .Lwilf be: at'.th'e ,meeting; Monday! at 4:45 p.m. in the Constans Theater .4 y

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men and women will eppff to American medical -
;- -7 schools this year, but only, about 14,000 will.be acepted ,
:$2 ..' ;, : ._r..iUMMER:RATE
Qualified candidates have *, valid alternative:: medical "'T _
Processed ndJ Printed i "'E .i education: in Europe. For information end'ipphcation forms $70> perl psrsonp.f
(opportunities also 'month
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can 'suspend7

summer phone service

Alligator Staff Writer would save money with the system because the
charge for installing a new phone is now
GAINESVILLE MALL Wait in line to get your fee card, student $30.00, $20 ,more than the $10 charged for
4 I.D., registration, linen. the list goes on'. restoring suspended numbers.
4L 2546 N.W. 13th Street
Southern Bell has '
Telephone Company
"If a student were gone for two months he
come 'up with a plan to ease at least one"standinthehotsunforhoursandwait" would
pay a total of $17.50 $3.50 per
month for suspension, then a $10.00
lines come September restoration fee in the fall. That alone is a
Judith Foley manager of the Southern Bell "
savings of Foley said.
business, office explained the scheme, "If
Foley discussed another way to avoid long
students are living at the same address in lines. '
THE September then they ,can suspend their
telephone service instead of disconnecting it. "If students are relocating, they can phonein
THIS WAY THEY avoid the long lines we their prospective address collect and
always have when students come for phone place an order for the new phone so they don't
-FASHION STORE installations." have to come into the office.
: There are several other advantages to the "IF THERE IS A deposit or an advance
service suspension system. Should a customer payment for installation required, this can be
<, s. N N e S a, > < 4P '.aaw pr(AflEV receive calls during his suspension, the calls handled by phone and through the mail," she
will be referred to his current telephone said.
through the operator. Foley advised students to call early if they
: rpi Having a suspended phone also enables a plan to disconnect or suspend' their
customer to keep the same telephone number. telephones over summer.

Skydiving : 'A real rush'By .

PATTI ROTH THE JUMPER MUST complete five ,acceptable '
Alligator Staff Writer static line jumps where the
Skydiving you're falling. parachute opens automatically ($10 each),
A After 12 seconds you reach a speed of 120 before he is cleared for free fall jumps ($4
)Y,,. miles per hour. But you have no sensation of each plus $3 rental fee).
falling. It's a feeling weightlessness. Skydiving is "exciting, it helps to develop
AND YOU CAN see everything the self-confidence and it is exploring an
b l.. plane above you; the rivers and trees below unknown realm," Legow said.
Gator skydivers are currently recruiting
; you.As your chute opens, your falling speed members on campus with a demonstrationand
S 5 i gradually decreases. It's a beautiful, peacefuland skyjumping movie.
free feeling as you float down.
"The sport is a real rush" Rick Legow,
t { president of UF's Gator Skydiving club, said.
Y faces trialon
Y> THE CLUB WAS re-established this Sykes
quarter and is open to UP students and

faculty. chargeFred
"There's a lot of people who have wanted to porno
skydive, but didn't know how to go about
doing it," Legow said. Lee Sykes, charged with four counts
One benefit of the club Legow said, is the of selling pornographic
lowered,price of the ground school training material,.will stand trial in Alachua County
session, through group rates. ourt June 9.
WITH GROUPS often, the cost per personis A spokesman for the county clerk's office
$35 for I the three-hour lesson and first said Sykes' attorney. Gary Moody, filed a
jump. written plea of not guilty on all four counts
Training sessions are held on campus as Wednesday.
often as groups of ten new jumpers are Sykes was served with summonses on the
available, which is usually twice each month four charges at the Gainesville Adult
photo by rick reson Legow said.. Bookstore April 18.Pw.


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By DEBBIE IBERT similar bill in the senate SB218 is :in the Governmental. .NN11N.....+..+.....*..........*........+....
Alligator Staff Writer Operation Committee. '
e Bill 344: (Sid 'Martin's bill) requiring the legislature
EDITORS NOTE: Each Friday The Alligator will review, approve tuition hikes before they go into effect, is still in the
the progress of,various bills in the Florida Legislature which Education Committee.
are important to 'students. For further information on the Bill 707: establishing a Florida Open University is in the GET READYFOR
bills, interested persons can call the Tallahassee legislative academic' programs subcommittee of the Education-
hotline at 18003421827. Committee.
In the Florida House: e BILL 1178j reducing regents' terms from nine to five THETRAIL
e BILL 39Si adding one student to the Board of Regentshas years is in the Administration Subcommittee of the Education
been referred to an Education subcommittee. 'Committee.
''e Bill 591: removing student governments' power to divideup e Bill 1440: providing UF with ,$200,000 for a study on
student service fees, is in the Education Committee. lethal palm tree yellowing is slated to come before the
.Bill 1280: allowing the regents to contract with private Education Committee next week. A similar bill in the senate,
universities for programs and services, has been withdrawnfrom SB 708 has gone to the Ways and Means Committee.Bill tOP QUALITY BACKPACKING
Appropriations Committee. A similar bill in the senate, 1483:.adding a student representative to collective
SB 741 passed out of the Education Committee and is now in bargaining sessions, is in the Commerce Committee.In SAVE $10 ON TOP-RATED ASCENTE
Ways and Means.BILL the Florida Senate: SLEEPING BAG NOW $55
e 1104t granting $970,000 to equalize university' e BILL '265i placing three students on the Board of
(faculty salaries between men and women is, stilt in the Regents is scheduled for debate on the senate floor today., .
Education Committee. e Bill 259: providing universities the right to maintain
e Bill 916: abolishing the 12-hour minimum class contact confidential ,faculty evaluation files was approved by the
rule for faculty was passed out of the Education Committeeand .Education Committee and is now on the senate floor.. WHITE WATER CANOE 17' ALUMNACRAFTWHILE
is now awaiting debate on the house floor. e Bill 456: allowing fulltimestate employes to enroll for PRESENT SUPPLY LASTS $290
e Bill 401: allowing direct support organizations such as up to five free class hours per quarter in state universities, is
alumni associations to use university property and services still in the Governmental Operations Committee.,
passed out of the Appropriations Committee and has gone on L Bill 083: directing the Board of Education to coordinate '
the calendar to be debated on the house floor. A senate university and community college calendars has passed both CANOES, TENTS,
companion bill. SB 555 is now in the Ways and Means the house and the senate and is on i its way to the governor for
Committee. consideration.Bill .
BILL 110 to require state accident insurance for 904: a regents proposal to raise tuition in state 1 ThMLI
students in university athletic programs, is in the Finance and universities next fall, is awaiting a hearing in the Education \
Capital Outlay subcommittee of the Education Committee. A Committee. I.


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ALLIGATOR pkOVIDING READERS.WITH ANSWERSTO UF from the second through the eighth week of each quarter.
QUESTIONS CONCERNING ACADEMIC There is no "crash" tutoring done and the times and placesfor \
PROCEDURES, VETERANS; MARRIED STUDENTS, tutoring are set up at the discretion of the tutor and those
MINORITY STUDENTS, WOMEN PROGRAMS, NEW sign up for a tutor stop by room 306 of the J. Wayne
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UF OFFER FREE TUTORING SERVICE? admission to law school and-or other universities are obtained
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services are free and are offered by students who are invited to room 129 Tigert! Hall. Call 392.1261 for further information.Any .
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woo :'tnej' English.chai.rrnanexemption exams.

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Alligator Staff Writer I
Atlhough UF) .officials' can't determiner'exactly how, many
students'should be enrolled in remedial writing courses,the
University College English Department, chairman. says, it
could, be as high 'as 50,per'cent.
Dr. Ward Hellstrom said his department has lost 14 faculty'
LOT SALE members;and now they,can't' meet the demands placed on
them. ,
"Over'20.per cent of UF's freshmen able to, avoid taking
English composition with CLEP credit,"a test that doesn't test'
.Writing ability," Hellstrom:said*. : ,<.
DR.JOSEPH ,dean of the l law school said once a
student leaves UC; composition 'problems appeartwhen the
5 HOURS law,students,attempt to write their briefs.;,
"In order to be effective a lawyer must be able to organizehis
thoughts and words clearly. Unless he:'knows English.
J' ,composition and grammar,he can't do this/IJuljn said.
RIG. $159" Dr. John,A. Nattress, assocai e,dean of the, college of
engineering said that nearly one-third of entering;freshman,
NOW, *,119"nwTM ,cannot pass the Engineering English Screening Examination.! '
,JN SUCH CASES, the student must pass EG't 302 i-
SArjRQAY ,Technical Writing with a C grade or, better in order to
. Auiano MeeuiM mute MAY iMhV >, r .graduate, ,:he said
j, M.MKM..AM/IM. U.M Mwww jPM.me. Dry James A. Deyrup,.'assistant'dean' for professional,
': n."t.=wq.?a.w,.. ,.w..wt ,'counts jn the,college of medicine said the English problem I
'has shown;up i in'medical;:school._ -
} 299MNo259" "The writins'.bUiti'or= applicants'toi''gradu.tclcboolls:
, I.. 'very'bad and'seriously handic pi,theitl.:They(grammar:and
: spelling on,the personal comment(section otthe application, .I
sUPPtID 'seems'to,be getting,worse,',!:Deyrup aJd.: ,'\\0:' s
; ; I"THE PROBJ.EM IS here,,but we;,haven't"done'anything: '
about,it.:.-We: "leave that'to the: schools. arid' \'University ;;
r ,Colleg.'DerUp'saido' *. t, 1I"
.ZtIII"'Alltgrolt 1O '.Mw..MeaMeres.M.ietnaro '., ." .: : The'beginning English course'for'freshmen,to UC' =fii'EH'; :

I I 4ri. '._.'.!_'.'..-.:,...._. -=.=.....-oYf.7MIpu.N7uaaa, ..-...... ., '...q ''lie"' ... .. :[: \ '101.:The:students must: complete eight argumentative. 'paper*1
.Zlft u ..,... ,'.___"1 ..fore'-OmplctiDS the course."We .,
try to'teach them to'wrate'argumentativey.but'onequarter /
:= ,, '.F is not enough"' Hellstrom..sad.DCS :.' ,
1' I ,::::' xow$379j :: ENGLISH,Department i is trying f to start It,follow-up::
Y: : composition course as.a,requirement for freshmen by fal:.
.Sony at"ltroCompon :-- UFs English-,Department setup a remedial reading
(Amps.4CH Tunwt,TiwntcolM,ftoetlvtrt) 'rGEMJI'x program under the Division of Student Support and Special '
RtG. $199" .Ah.iT'Pt A cor""*rtDb I DrMildred: B. Hill program instructor said that over 200
ITurrttbiw' .. ._ freshman students enroll in'the
.. .../ program every'year.
-U--J MOW $99* -TVand'-' "' ."" "We find that most students having problems with English
1110"1110:1: :,._'AM/,,IA,. come from low socio-economic backgrounds Hill said. "We
.Phono CwlrMgMRecording ::::..:..=.:,, offer them the chance to write about what they feel so they can

.Ctrlpuk'"a IIG."$ 9" enjoy writing." .
... I Tap. Mr.Gwenuel W. Mingo director of the program said
1 students are admitted into the English program on the basis
.SI"eoHHclphOnel ,NOW44"RIC. of,their family financial income, family size, and a demon-,
strated need for academic assistance.
"We consider the program a great success. Dr. Hill has

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CARDS against the tuition hike, mandatory summer enrollment! andto
put a student on the Board of Regents today.
The petitions are sponsored by Student Government and
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Tables with petitions will)) be set up from 12 noon through 2
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No Rain Checks Approximately $2,000 will)) be sent to South Vietnam
through the Red Cross to buy food and medicine by the UF
.. Vietnamese Association later this month. '
HOURS "We already sent a check for $600 but the International]
I a I 10 7 Mon.-Thura. ,.,...,. Postal,Service was closed down there and they never receivedthe
lintsJ616: 10 9 Frlda"tE: f' ,. check; How'e4er.the' Red' Cross is still'-or: in-tthere (in
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NORTH MAIN 378-1562 Red Cross." Ho Van Lam Vietnamese Association.
president said.
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iJ p", By JACQUES NEHER HE EXPLAINED that if you cross your "t" with a heavy
Staff Writer
l strokewhich, tapers [to an end rapidly, you probably start out
:1 With cfia/tacte/tisttes' s J sFP d ?" 1,,1 t on a project enthusiastically, but then lose interest
Do very quickly
W/ be/tsonafitu/ you wear your feelings on your sleeve? Are
you '
: / / CS CSBy p1I" insulted?'When you play poker and are dealt four aces, do [ or allow yourself t to get disillusioned.CPkoic .
you always give it
j away with your poker face? If you answer
-- yes to all these questions, there is an excellent chance that
JACQUES NEHER By analyzing a person's' handwriting Y- studying the' [the state. your handwriting is slanted far to,the right.
Alligator& Staff Writer formation of the strokes, spacing of letters and the slant, "IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL all children are taught to Y Slant is but one of virtually hundreds of tell-tail signs that
Legend has it,that Napoleon Bonaparte could recognize a depth and proportion of the'writing-trained graphoanalysts form letters i in a uniform (manner along,with their"" classmates, [the graphoanalyst uses to decipher the person behind the pen,
"scoundrel" by looking at his handwriting. Recently, some 60 are able to pick the personality apart. but the individual mind soon takes over, explained f j according to Gainesville graphoanalysis experts Clyde and Short profiles done by Alleen F Brannon in accordance 'J'
Floridians possessing the same extraordinary talent met at the "We can tell if the person is honest or deceitful, outgoing or Robertson. Alleen Brannon. with the principles of graphoanalysis. April 26, 1975
Gainesville Hilton to exchange the latest information in the withdrawn or a hundred other traits,"" he said. "Within weeks, the child's personality begins to dictate a e I lean "SLANT IS ALWAYS the first thing we look for,'" said ROBERT Q.MARSTON

field of graphoanalysis- the.science that relates handwritingto THE THEORY BEHIND graphoanalysis is that while the unique writing style, characteristic of that,personality," she '. J,i talk forhours Clyde Brannon, who uses a protractor-like instrument to This writing shows a person who likes to deal with peopleand
personality. individual personality; in the formative stages (one to six said.Since ; measure [the angle of a ,handwriting sample. one who can get along with others through his understanding -
"This is no joke or pseudo-science.," said George Rast, years-old), the brain,begins to express,,the developing traits one's' personality' is not static over a lifetime, one's' | "There is one general personality trait that is s always given of their feelings, yet it is rather easy for him to
president of the Florida chapter. ,of the International through the movement of the hand. handwriting shouldn't be expected d to remain the same either, away in the slant: selfishness OT selflessness," he said. feel hurt himself if criticized.His .
Graphoanalysis Society."GRAPHOANALYSIS. "Just as a needle in an electrocardiograph r records the Robertson explained. She said this is why few adults write the I just on He explained if the slant goes to the left, the person mental facilities are keen with a thinking pattern that
IS A science that' has been behavior of'your'' heart, a pen in your hand records the same way they did when they were 10-years-old. the generally runs his life in terms of"what's best for me," while flows easily from one subject into another. He may tend to be
thoroughly researched and tested by empirical and scientific behavior of your. mind,"" said Edna Robertson, who, is HOWEVER, EVEN day-to-day or 'hour-to-hour personality s i if the writing slants to the right, he thing(, "what's' best for somewhat fatalistic in his attitudes at times. You can bet that
method,"" Rast said. recognized by her peers as the most skilled graphoanalyst inC changes can be reflected in on 's handwriting: ., letter't'Clyde 1' others." If the writing has no slant, at all, the person will do he likes to be in a position where he is the one who runs the
Even though individual has a unique 9 style of writing, '
every "what's best" according to reason and logic, while ignoring show, and he is capable of doing it.
nail handwriting is composed of only six basic strokes: up, "- selfish and selfless instincts. Suprisingly for one who is so much in the eye of the public,
Hdown. backward, forward, hooks and curves, Robertson
ANOTHER OBVIOUS giveaway to one's' personality is the he is troubled with selfconsciousness.JIM .
explained. Brannon depth of[the writing how hard the pen is pressed against EATON
"THE MANNER IN which these six strokes are made will
the Jim is who is ambitious '-4 .
[ paper. a person enough to want to take on 1.
l I I always reflect" certain characteristics of the individual's "The harder you' press, the more intense your emotions; large responsibilities but he may not always, exert all his efforts -
I personality" : she said. you absorb your feelings and they will stay with you for a long to the problem in hand; that is, he will want to be certain
Graphoanalysis, though having'many modern applications, s time; you wouldn't' be one to easily forgive and forget," that the goal is one he can accomplish and at times, may be
has a history that can be traced to Chinese civilizations a few Jon Brannon explained."It's somewhat lax in making use of all his abilities when his,interest
thousand Even Julius Caesar was known to have '
years ago. all really logical if you think about it,"" said Alleen lags. ,
dabbled in the field. Brannon. ""It's' He is one who likes to straight at the meat of
easy to understand that if, for example, the get a matter
The first serious work, however, came from Italian scholar' letters and words are spaced very tightly together, the person and will save time'by doing so instead of beating around_the
Camillo Baldi, who outlined some of his observations in a will'not be a spendthrift, but always economically minded. bush. He does tend to waste some of his energy perhaps by
Tc |'A book in 1622. Few people took interest in the field, except for'la I Another "obvious" catch-all is the,letter Mt" scattering his attention over too broad an area.
a handful of fanatics, until it was reincarnated in.1929? by Dr. '.." .." "' '" "I can talk for hours just on the l letter "t"'; it reveals so You will find him very open-minded and quite willing to
i M.N., Bunker, a shorthand teacher. much:" Clyde said. listen to the ideas of others.,
BUNKER MADE A study of 17 different'' systems of n -

-(- vey ,,J spread use shorthand a particular his and enthusiasm realized kind of only to shorthand.others a particular and After, in kind the more early of person research 1930's would, he he I 9g40Uk.( / tate! Mitten{ IK the sta/ts/ o/t/ 12 it to .qou/t/ swptv'' I

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pI began the International Graphoanalysis.Society. -
: The Society is now 6,000, members' strong, with most of JACQUES NEHER potential of graphoanalysis. forger always does; the choppiness is obvious "The thing to remember is that we are not
them scattered throughout the,United 'States and Canada.A Alligator Staff Writer'' When Dean Wiles was killed in a car ac ," here to judge,"" said Clyde Brannon. "We can
h-: certified graphoanalyst must 'take a correspondencecourse cident in 1964, "the idea must have died with One of the most interesting applications of only tell them 'what is there, and let them
from the society's' headquarters in Chicago. The course Td is the big day. You have just him.."" McMillin said. graphoanalysis,. according to Brannon, has interpret the meaning for themselves."-

.. ""ii"iic 'I i i"ii is .>... takes an average of 18 months'to' complete and costs about gradtjob from college and it is your first big McMillin himself was skeptical of relyingon been in the field of psychiatry. For a period of CLYDE BRANNON, Alleen's' husband,
$$700. iew. You are filling out the long any one screening method to predict tour months in 1961, research was carried out believes the best application of
L I \ THE SOCIETY ALSO offers "masters"' course which applo{ n and as you reach the bottom, you success in the teaching field. with the psychiatric ward of W.T. Shands graphoanalysis is in business."I .
r c \ teaches more advanced skills. are 4 to copy a standardized paragraph "I 1 seriously doubt any single variable, be it Teaching Hospital by Brannon. think it's' an invaluable tool for a
;,' ; I In tItV ill Expressiveness," and "The Self Concept and the Capital I" He o you know that it is not what you can very conclusively tell who's' going to be emotional disorders by analyzing bills,"" he said. '
were taught at the,, convention. en, but how you have written that successful and who isn't"," he said. handwriting samples taken four or five timesa Gyde and Alleen worked with a collection
w. rul While an expert 'graphoanalyst can earn a "good living," majffc e your fate.. Personnel selection is one TilE MOST agency for five years and they used their
PROBABLY wide-spread use day.
most of the society's' members use the skill as a hobby or a oftk ny uses of graphoanalysis that has talents to get people to pay delinquent ac-
of the science falls in the area of law enforcement "I 1 the but analysisof
IUIh" 4 ty. L t> second job. reed; ansformed a tea-room hobby into a never met patients my counts.
7 i' 'r' RAST SAID the "going rate" is about $$25 an. hour for min* [science which is being used in law under "questioned documents"which the patient's' behavior at each sampling was "WE ANALYZED one non-paying'
.X':';. "highly concentrated work.:" enfeselin nt, psychiatry, vocational coun- covers forged checks and other legal accurate 85 per cent of the time, showing that customer's' signature and came to the conclusion

+ a t t"" J L I It To do an accurate analysis, the expert must have,at least ) ,even marriage counseling. documents. graphoanalysis could adapted to helping"" that he just loves to eat. So we sent
t t >r rfl rs 'i, four' or five pages of that person's writing, according to "fa oanalysis is only a tool," said "We (graphoanalysts) are often called to doctors in their psychiatric examinations, him a bill saying ''I 1 like whipped cream on my

Gainesville graphoanalyst Alleen Brannon, who has earned Geaifoftk ast, president of the Florida chapter testify in court in cases of questioned Brannon said. pie too, but would you please forego it this ,..
the master's' certificate. ernational Graphoanalysis Society. documents, and our opinion is accepted like Married and unmarried couples have also time so you could pay your bill.'

SHE EXPLAINED THAT after one copies several pages ofa He iis is tool has its most practical applies any other scientific opinion in the cour called upon the handwriting experts'to solve. "Sure enough, he kept paying his bills as
book, he usually "lets his hair down" by the third or fourth in personnel management and troom.;" said Brannon, who has worked with [their problems, according to Brannon. long as we appealed to his humor and ap
5.. select Gainesville courts for more than 20 years. "A HUSBAND[ AND WIFE will often petite. After a year of this, we stopped writing

Page.For paying customers, she said an analysis of between 40 "k ormer bank president, I know howmudnlney "It,is really easy to identify a forgery. Thereis come and. ask me to identify the ''real [these ""funny bills, and he $stopped paying
and SO typed pages might be a business can lose by selecting always some dead giveaway," Brannon problems'' in their relationship, or perhaps an [them. ,
"You can see that we're' all serious necessary.about this,:" Brannon poor* '""el.. With graphoanalysis, we are explained. "For example, it is easy to tell if unmarried couple will ask me if I think they "We, soon got a short letter from him that
vI said. "Many people are cynical about'us' because they have all notd capable of identifying a potential the person slows down while writing which a can be compatible," she explained. said, 'no funny, no money'; I

seen the sideshow experts at carnivals'' and fairs that will thief'ki we are able to match a person with
analyze your signature for a quarter. We're' not palm readers the f job he is best suited for, according
fortune tellers, and "" to is handwriting tells ," Rast :I!
we hope the people realize this, shesaid. us explain
I :.
A Ate Brannon a Gainesville handwriting ","'" .,.', ..';.:...". '.' .." '"''to<..''''''''t'i' "i" "
expat' as done research to show that
CiJou ake what' ouwkLtel. I grap alysis can also be of great value in

cart* vocational counseling. Her study
trie following are $several of' the more common traits found in "handwriting that old graph oanolyds,.. In their lob. '. :': :: ;: in nalyzing handwriting samples of 20 ;" '" "
studs achen 1 in their final quarter of

The rounded tops.on ."N's". '... and "M/'s" show a person who I Is sfsell' of r Simplified t stems show a "direct" person who likes to get to the heart collefjg% g under the late Kimball Wiles, 1' \ .

-wv creative talent. Thomas. E Edison') was known to have a very rounded of the matter. .. ,.'" II, t .,. deaa e College of Education.''Brannon's'

I'" epic f the senior's teaching capabilities _
JI. The"m"down-turning "n" or other down turning strokes at the end of :"A-: The down-crossed "t" stroke means the person likes being the boss. r ere tched' almost exactly 'with the A } '

'- words indicate pessimism. scud icners supervisor. /
-DP Wiles was so enthusiastic with the i
; A dot close to the loner"i"! shows an observant person who notices r y "T"' bars tapered to a sharp point indicate sarcasm. rnulr Wanted to require a handwriting / rti rtir

details. anal!]*" S Part of the application to the .
''r A slash or arrowhead dot above. the '""i": indicated irritation,:, because. The Greek"e"" indicates ; **; Calleff e ( Education," Brannon said. cg r \ \ F
a person who h has..I tl \
A.... the person was forced to go back and dot the ""i"I'"', t ''''' 'e literary aptitudes p.. d ,. Tile Posal. however, never got off the k. -

., indicates- who spreads his attention ,over a. .".', : ltll:" 'arouaA ou URh h Brannon does not know why. \S :
...1(Large writing a person ,, ,, "II nds amazing," said Marvin : : ( t'
Dr. ; :
'r'J GA"1IfClarge! area. 1 !2Lif! !Y or"g"f" *tall?'!' indicates the person$ likes variety "<:*'change g ,: he MCMi assistant dean of the' College of .ff4. [! l( t L[f)) :
P wouldn't .
Y s stay at one ", Eduat when told
job of
i """ L A break between letters indicate t .a p pj person with intuition. very long. hads"" o Brannon a memo Dean Wiles

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1Z Independent Florida Alllf oter,Friday.May 16, 1'75

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Thomas. Jefferson once said, "God forbid we ..
should ever be twenty ,years with ut.a 'rebellion." .J A IAfI1'l1emA' tt.UJ1'C U U"'AN" M.rol'ltf \ ..
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Fortunately. Jefferson never' said that at f .

UF. Had he done so he wouldn't have been paid. : .
Luckily the former president and 'r volu'ionarynever I

had the chance to speak here.Doubtlessly he

would have been appalled at the,contract he would:)

have been asked to sign. Especially the "loyalty.

oath" clause that behooves the speaker to refrain

from making anY''' statement advocating the

"violent overthrow of the'.government of the 'U.S.

or the'state of, Florida.." 11 111

Did we say loyalty oath? As our friends over atTigert

Hall have been quick to remind us, it isn't

exactly a loyalty oath. Rather it is 'a "statement of

understanding that the speaker may not be paid a.

fee if he in fact advocates such activities, ," to quote.

President Robert Q Marston.'

In other .words, .a speaker doesn't have. to be .

loyal to the government, he just. doesn't get paid if .

) he'See isn't..the. :'difference?, ; '., Wonder:' druamyth' ,exploded *> tit* .
The requirement is attached'to, a .contract. .every : v

speaker'coming.to UF.who is to be paid with ,state, ,.. )

':money:must,sign:The,(somewhataschair!! 'clause is .Twas'/:the night ,before' final*, 'and! ',Library 'West,".was' \.. ait.;'GQT': PURPLE'hits"for political.science, 'blur! =:'for '' t
,there compliments*of a. Florida'Senalejresolution.Now ; ? ; J .' locking, its'..doors:for worker;or.for bests;*. business,:silver_for.science,,'polka-dotted for snacKing... and :
we' do"ft?mear ,to, advocate...the ''righf'or :OtT campus and tucked.'$way in' stud-let apartment: 1 last'1 :.i i glow' in the'dark for late. night, driving. Step right,up,,what can,

!:everyone",to( :"say-/whatever:they want under;.:any;' ';;minute) 'Larry,university. ,student. ,.paces.the deck,bow'. .to T I., do f >.-tot you! ?" .
'item to bow Jo stem of' ,
circumstances. ; We still believe ,the yelling) fire in a ',:;DING-DONG Larry-answers the:;door'and greets.\his'
crowded auditorium')criminaL;, fluff t-we have Ito; '.friend Floyd," ... ,
examine other: restrictions>with suspicion. "Hen, hqw's it going, asks:Floyd, .t
"It'was. going good.till' 1,justfound ou| that I have my ., R.ECCLES',
Thefact ,is',to.:restrict:"an"individual's i right: to, business final tomorrow morning'and don't have the class ': :

speak his mind;..by'any means, .is.to fly in the face. .notes,because 1 haven't been, to::class because 1 had the
of everything academic community stands for.. Gainesville: squirts, and ) have to pull).an all nightcr tonight,". [ :GUEST COLUMNIST .
,. : .
We commend.' Professor of history' ;, DON'T we go over to see my friend Bennieat ....
Paul M. :Gaston for his,decision>I to refuse to sign the Zoo Apartments, he; might. .be able, to solve yourproblems.
that contract and thus cancel'his scheduled speechfor says Floyd.
"Does he have the test questions." asks Larry.AT .
the University College Student Council. Gaston .' "Well:1:!I got my business.final tomorrow 'morning," .says
THE APARTMENT, and after the introductions Floyd Larry. "How many do 1 need"
rightly found the requirement "a restriction on asks if Bennie got the "stuff. "One hit in blue as in business a half-hour before the exam
free speech that reminds one of the loyalty oaths of "Sure did what do you"need. I got "Gainesville. green". and and you should be an authority by test time." claims fcnnteM .
some newfangled speed. replies Bennie. BUT 1 WON'T have time to study."
another era. "Is it good stuff)1"! asks Larry.SATIRE. "That's just it,". Floyd'cuts in, "drop a hit and you don't
Since the resolution does not have the force of ,
need to study because it supplies all the answers until its effect
law, and merely expresses the sentiment of the wears off."
legislature the contract could be redrawn with the "That's right.." says Bennie as he hands Larry the blue
tablet. "It should last about three hours."
consent of President Marston. "YEAH, AND BY that time I should be celebrating.."
Marston has already taken notice of the clause r ) rejoices Larry. "Well if I don't have to study may I also. chargea
and has asked a committee on Public Functions to bag of Gainesville green on" my credit card." ,
"For sure, pick'a ba,. says Bennie.
review the matter. "
"This is exclaims
great. Larry "still got time to party a
As the president of Florida's largest university, little before test time. 'got some matches." .
Florida's flagship university if you will, President "IT'S BETTER,"" returns Bennie as he displays an THE NEXT DAY Floyd calls Larry on the phone to ask
assortment of vials. 1 got a line on these "hits" from an old him how the exam went.
Marston should take the lead in the fight for gypsy lady outside of town." "Exam what exam." asks Larry, still half asleep.
academic freedom and order the clause stricken 'Will they keep me up tonight," asks Larry. Floyd reminds Larry.
from UF contracts. "Where's your head man.' demands Bennie. "These "WHAT TIME IS it, oh no I don't believe it. am I ever in
tablets here are a miracle, a modern methedrine a color. for it, 1 p.m..oh no what a bummer I
slept through
Jefferson would approve such an action from a coded wonder drug. exam ''and have no documented excuse. ." my

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. Drop policies differ; students beware j :, I

roblem but not the to patience the different for "forgiveness"? otlice for all drops along with the departmental advisor's unspecified number of drops, without petition, are acceptableup
guide drop
consumer's policies
recommendation During the first four weeks of the quarter, to the withdrawal date; thereafter petitions for Health
fin the colleges of the policy is lenient, with hardshiP rather than academic reasons only are acceptable. The PHR policy, though, is
.JENT WISHING to drop a course deals with the failure preferred as grounds for the drop. During the'next under reconsideration at this time ,
[which hear she is registered not the college offering three weeks of v only documented cases of hard.'' Business Administration has perhaps the most complicated
e. For instance, an Arts and Sciences student ships or illness justifies a drop. the Dean of the College In all drop policy, During the first three weeks of the quarter an
)drop an elective', accounting! course would deal with 'cases is ,% final authority- and While, no set limit to the unlimited number of drops (or 'adds) is allowed without
[office in Arts, and. Sciences not in Business Ad. 'number drops exists after the student's second drop, the petition. Discounting these first three weeks of any quarter
Son.kity. number of past drops used becomes "a consideration. however, only two upper division,drops are normally allowed.
College students need to petition for any drops From the fourth through the eighth week.drops of courses that J
[regular UF deadline. Both the student and the r are prerequisites for the College (Calculus ATG 201, etc.)
>submit written statements about the proposed drop MIKE WEDNER require petitions instructor, and committee approval, as wellas
liege office.' The student states reasons for and approval by Assistant Dean John Faricy. ..,
[documentation about the proposed drop; the inMates DROPS OF COURSES that aren't pre-requisites are ...
his opinion on the advisability of dropping.ere L ADVISEMENT approved, after petitioning, solely by Faricy. After the eighth ; '
is no limit to the number of drops a UC student week, all drops require petitioning, dean's approval and '
1 each attempt is carefully scrutinized. Final of'theollega committee's approval, as do all drops above the two normally"
[>r denial to drop comes from the assistant dean THE COLLEGE OF' FORESTRY follows a procedure allowable after the first three weeks of any quarter.
similar to that of Agriculture. Through the first five weeks, of A simpler process exists in t he College of Health Related
of Nursing procedure is similar to that of UC.. the quarter, no petition is required; after 'that, Professions. There all drops (and adds) are handled at the
|>p after the deadline requires''a petition, with no limit petitions for hardship of illness (or, a teacher's recommendation departmental level case, by case, recommendations for
umber of drops allowed. Final review also issues from's ) are justifiable grounds for drops. Once more, disposition, then forwarded to the dean's office.! No limit'
office. there is no limit to the number of drops. exists on the number of drops a PHR student may use.
REE COLLEGES, the student's assigned academic Journalism. Education Physical and Health Related One last pairing of undergraduate colleges remains.
lays more than a minimal role in the drop procedure. Professions and Business Administration also utilize variable Engineering and Arts and Sciences use .perhaps ,the most
itecture and Fine Arts, as in UC and Nursing all time limit drop procedures. Through the first four weeks of liberal drop policies on,campus. "
,ith no limit on the number'allowable) after the UF the quarter, Journalism requires a petition to. the student's IN ENGINEERING, students classified as I or 2 EG may
ladline require petitions. Architecture students must individual department, ,but not committee consideration for 'drop, for any reason as many as three courses before the last .:
I their advisor, who then speaks with the dean about drops. day of classes. Students classified as 3. 4. or 5 EG have two'
rability of the drop. In routine cases, "any serious After the fourth week all petitions plus documentationmust more discretionary drops. 'Also, any student registered for:15
[justifies a drop, while In unusual cases the dean and be directed to the main college office for committee hounby the end of the sixth week of classes but stays above a
I confer with the departmental chairmen and several consideration. While no limit to the number of drops exists 12 hour load for the quarter, doesn't have the dropped course
cademic advisors of the"college before reaching a approval is much more likely for attempts during the first count towards the number of free drops permitted. After the I
four weeks of the quarter.: two(or three, for I or 2 EG free drops'are used however, no
[Colleges of Agriculture and Pharmacy also require THE,COLLEGE OF Education normally allows one drop petitions or appeals earn additional drops. ,-
] approval, but add a new twist variable time limits. per quarter, up to the official University withdrawal deadline, Arts and Sciences simply enough, allows up to three'tipper.division ,' '"
macy, with the, advisor's consent ho peition is without petitions. After the withdrawal date petitions to drop drops, for any reason, and without petitioning, before .
to drop during the first five weeks of a quarter; must be submitted to the Education Petitions Committee.This the last day of classes as long as the student maintains at '
Iter. though all drops require submission of petitions committee also passes upon requests, by petition to drop least a 12 hour load. I Drops to below 12 hours need Assistant
college's Academic Performance Committee for finalnt. additional courses (beyond the first) each quarter after the Dean' David Stryker's approval through petition.' Ad
Again, there is'.no limit on the number: of drops regular University drop deadline. ditionally, students must petition to have drops above the
Physical Education, Health and Recreation (PHR)' normally allowed three approved, with the college's petitions
[College of Agriculture requires petitions to the dean's currently uses a policy similar to that of Education, An committee issuing final judgment.

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)Rt In response to Friday's letter, entitled "Vietnam is
last", written by Robert George he stated that "U.S. t(
> and students should be proud that the system which &
; them at home has been defeated abroad and shouldy
the example set by the people of Vietnam." .

laps you are suggesting to follow the Provisional _______--__ _
tionary Government example and ban all newspapers '
gazines. But at least then we would not be subjected to .
onsense as this;: kEi
FUGEES HAVE BEEN tricked and confused"
gees have been used as ploys by U.S.", and I"
Vietnamese people were not taken over by blood

n't you heard of the execution of Sense Ngo Dong hisd
children? We know of his murder since he taught us y
[at UFo How many others have been murdered that .we 'rr
now personally? .... W! -
I talk of "imperialist profit motive". Ngo Dong was \ :
at UF and returned to Vietnam to aid specifically .. .
r people of his country. Where Is the profit motive? :

[S. has certainly sacrificed: more than it ever expected tofrom 'YOU OW 03ME OUT NOW -,THE' GUYS WHO PUT W JIN THERE MIGRATED lOlHEsr\1ISI', f
I Vietnam. If you can't tee that, you certainly must "
Jhe dark.

S COUNTRY IS free and that is the only reason the Wednesday
to rally on
isguided thoughts have been' printed. You must ,

Iber that since this country is free you are free to leavefcially You EDITOR 1 am a member of Revolutionary Student Brigadeand ,We'll be asking ,various people, including ,Student ',.
if you feel that our system exploits you. working in Students Against\ Cutbacks (SAc) We Government and UF President Robert Q.Marston.to endorse .10
pave, to look very hard for your type of system" since, as ''have am been doing a lot of work over the past seven weeks on the,strike and give us assistance, but since: SAC began, all \,
lid. your "Vietnam has been liberated. trying to find out the best way to fight the cutbacksand these people along with The Alligator have only worked l: : '.
flteve that America's democracy will outlive all others campus tuition increase. against us.We don't expect to get anything from them. .:
in spite of people like you. In talking with a lot of students, we find that most people All the more reason to strike. We need to convince all these
Jerry Spector don't expect much from the efforts of the lobbyists or the people who are supposed to be serving the students that,we're
naturalized American citizen administration to get more money for education. Most people tired of them' messing around, and we need to show the

have been really enthusiastic over the idea of a boycott of legislature we want a higher priority- .placed on our, education.
strike. than on the Barge Canal.
classes, a
The Independent WE'RE CALLING for a strike on Wednesday May 21, for THIS STRIKE WILL only be the beginning of a long
We can't immediate action just because we
everybody to skip all their classes. struggle. expect
Florida Alligator But we need to do more than just skip classes. Tallahasseeand all skip classes for day but we are making a good start.
Tigert won't even know anything has happened unless we If people feel the strike is a good thing they don't have to
Sh.ilo Draper Cory BolonoffAttocio' show our faces, so SAC is also planning a rally at,the Plaza of ,come to a meeting to do something to help. If everybody,who
En"ftolnmen Editor r Editor, ; the Americas at 11 a.m.,on May 21. wants a strike would make a poster'and put it up somewhere'or
1', ...... !O.. '. ''' IT'S ALWAYS important that people do as much as they put an announcement of the'strike on all their blackboards
Doug Hatch t can to show how they feel. That's why we're going to make in their classes or just talk up the idea with other with otherpeople
Wire Editor sure the rally on' the 21st is not a dead-end rally. We'll have this would really help: If you want to help SAC plan.
Greg Fens Tom ShrodcrAMI. plans for the rally but what is finally accomplished at our meetings are announced regularly In "What's Hap- 4

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Peg. 14 lndpncUnt Florida Alligator Friday.May 1', 1975 This page paid for at usual advertising rates.
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Faculty TerminationProposed i

c"" DR.YASUSID University Rule Outlined

., Digest A proposed new Board of Regents Policyon Principal points In the proposea policy

UF Alumnus froductd termination of faculty members causedby are:
determine on
The BOR shall ,
Announces Grant by the Division; Information; ,,AfuWattoni University reorganization or financial 0
and in a public
11IIII& Services to communktttoffiitulitoHtctA exigency will undergo several Council substantial evidence
II.. hearing, when a bona fide financial
I importantinformation hearings and a public hearing with hopes.
before the
to ttudtnti faculty 4 of its being considered by the Board at its exigency requires termination
Japan Grant lluIJ il the<< I.nn-mity; of Florida next meeting June 2. end of a contract and prior to notification

The public hearing will be conducted by periods.
committee at the Three months notice must be given.
the BOR personnel
Opens Way For would be in the following
0 Terminations
Hilton Hotel in Fort )Lauderdale. Sunday,
June 1.Registration order: ((1)) Temporary and part-
Language CourseThe time appointments; ((2)) Non-tenured regu-
lar instructional or research faculty, and

University of Florida will offer Its. ((3)) Tenured instructional or research
first course in beginning Japanese this fall faculty.
(FLE 230, 5 hours credit) as part of a for Fall 0 Termination shall be based on the
newly-instituted program in Japanese criteria and procedures used at an
Language and Literature made possibleby institution,for faculty performance in
a grant from the Japan Foundation in accordance with Rule 6C .05 (Faculty
Tokyo.; Held Next WeekRegistration Evaluation and Improvement) and in
Awarding of the $33,000 grant, which accordance with the needs of the State
provides for I two-thirds of the faculty University System and of a university.
.A ms s stipend for three-year\ period, was; for fall quarter of all currently enrolled students who will not be 0 Before terminating a faculty member,
announced this week by Dr. Yasushi! attending summer quarter begins Tuesday and continues through Friday. because of abandonment of a program or
Sugiyama( Director of the Washingtonoffice Summer quarter students will register for fall quarter in July. due. to reorganization, a university will
of the Japan Foundation,who was on Registration appointments were mailed earlier this month. If a student has not make every effort to place that person in
campus to speak as part of InternationalWeek. received a registration appointment, he or she should report to the Registrar's another suitable position.
Dr. Sugiyama is a University of Office in Tigert Basement as soon as possible. 0 Terminated faculty members will
Florida alumnus. Students are assigned registration appointments for fall through spring quarters receive priority consideration for vacan-
The grant was one of several made this under a procedure worked out between the Registrar's Office and Student cies within disciplines for which they are
year to American colleges and universities: Government in 1972. The system is designed so that every student gets the same qualified in other SUS universities. Such
under the Japan Foundation's Staff Expansion priority for registration appointments every other student during seven appointments will be for one year interim,
'Program, which permits institu- quarters of attendance at the University of Florida.Registration appointments are after which time the hiring university may
tions to add a faculty specialist to teach assigned on the basis of seven priority groups. Priority one students are those with terminate the faculty member or recommend -
basic Japanese language courses and more than 145 hours. a future employment status.
special cultural electives. Priorities 2 through 7 are assigned on the basis of the last two digits of students' A terminated faculty member's position -
social security: numbers. Each quarter every student moves up one priority until cannot be filled by a replacement
p he reaches priority 2,and if he does not have 145 hours,he drops down to priority 7 within two years unless the released
4 .and starts to move up again. faculty member has been offered reappointment -
and a reasonable time to acceptor
.Copies of the proposed two-page policy
are available through Dr. Melvin L.

Here's Appointment Schedule Sharpe, associate director of SUS Person-
nel and Faculty Relations,107 West Gaines

St., Tallahassee. 32301
The call for the public hearing stated,
"The Chancellor, the Board of Regentsand
DERDLinESDissertation Appointments by Social Security Number .'., the Presidents have emphasized thatit
is their hope that the policy will never
(Social Security Numbers Rotate Upward Each Quarter) need to be utilized.

Financial Disclosure
Monday, Hay 27, is the last day for the PRIORITY SOCIAL SECURITY NO.
final submission of dissertations for NUMBER FINAL DIGITS DATE AND TIME Deadline ExtendedThe
students expecting to receive a doctoral
degree this quarter. Papers should be deadline for submitting financial
1 Over 145 Hours 8:30: a.m., Tues., May 20-11 a.m., Tues., May 20
turned in to Room 280 Granter HalL disclosure forms state employees who
a\ .j 2 51 .07 11 a.m., Tues., May 20.2:30 p.m., Tues., May 20 by
3., 68 .84 2:30: p.m., Tues., May 20 10:30: a.m., Wed., May 21 receive pay for consulting has been
Thesis SubmissionFriday 4 85'99 10:30: a.m., Wed., May 21 -2 p.m., Wed.,'May 21 extended from May 15 to July 15.
S 00-18 2 p.m., Wed, May 21 .9:30: a.m., Than., May 22 A spokeswoman In the office of the
is the J last day for the final 8. 17.33 9:30: a.m., Thurs., May 22.2:30: p.m., Thurs., May 22 Florida State Commission On Ethics said
submission of theses for students expecting 7 3450 2:30: p.m., Thurs., May 22-11:30 a.m., Fri., May 23 the legislature, with the governor'* signa-
to receive a master's degree this ture, extended the deadline because of
quarter. Papers should be turned in to
pending legislation that might change
Room 280 Granter HalL disclosure procedures.

Marston Asks for Study of Speakers' Contracts

PresIdent. Robert Marston has directed 'the University attorney and the Public counseled Marston that a resolution does not have the force of law but that it represents
Functions committee to review a provision the contract for outside speakers that the Legislature's feelings.

requires a speaker to certify understanding that he or she will not receive pay if he or she The 1971 resolution states "No portion of the student activities and service fees
advocates violent overthrow of government, destruction of University property or other approved herein shall be used to compensate campus speakers who advocate while
types of disruptive activities.' .. campus, the following:
Marston directed the study last week In response to a letter he received from Dr. Paul ( ) overthrow of the government of the United States the
M.Gaston,professor of history at the University of Virginia. In a letter to Manton dated anK subdivision thereof; State pl Florida, or

April 23, Gaston said he "gave some thought" to refusing to sign the contract when he "((2)) Willful destruction or seizure of the institution's
in early April because of the provision, which be said "reminds of the or other property;
The one ((3)) Disruption or impairment, by force, of the institutiro-f regularly scheduled
loyalty oaths of another era. classes or other educational functions;
Marston wrote Gaston last Friday that he was referring the matter to the "
University ((4)) Physical! harm coercion, intimidation or other invasion of lawful of
attorney and the Public Functions: Committee and would let Gaston know"of changes we institution's officials, ;faculty members or students: or rights the
may make In this matter."Marston also wrote Gaston,"(The contract provision)is not a ."((5)) Other campus disorder of violent nature." ;
loyalty oath.Rather it is a statement of understanding that the speaker may not be paid The speakers contract contains aU the wording of the resolution
fee if he in fact advocates such activity.: .."., "AU artists,lecturers and other UDder these words
persons appearing on the
This week it was revealed that Dr. Eugene Genovese! cancelled an appearance on whose co nsaUoQ II to be paid fror p student acUvUIes and Unlvenstty of Florida campus
j -ca* because of his ztfuaal to sign the i sitri' with the:provision! ,.included: i>, 11i t 1 e ttd t bt.eelt l r.''oR.. ..'F i State Senate or student Concurrent service feel are
: Resolution
f Tbe provision objected to has been Included in spe .er's contracts since 1971 when the No.: 4XV which=.pertains''to."the compensation campus sp akers"\
"1'; Legislature included it as a part of Senate Concurrent Resolution 4-C.: That resolution The contract does not prohibit speakers from
established student fees foe the 1971-72 academic year. UF attorney Tom Biggs has precludes payment if a speaker violates any portion of the contract anything provta1on.they please. It

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Mr.: (, '.I! Hl. T. .. I.Ff',1:, :,, n, Inl' It' 7Vi percent appointments, only $33,000
r .. J' '372.5823 (o-1p-I3)p)

I 1 ,,, ,"::1" ", '" For ale: Gibson,Flying"V";Fender twin'

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DUPLEX: live In one side and rent from
101 other pay mortgage points Good neighborhood -
$5,000 down. Good terms. LAST SUMMER
SHOW Wayne D. Mown i; Co Inc ..REALTOR
377-0789 (Q-5t-t34-p)
only 25 yards from cnn-r-v!
photo equipment crown graphic w-35
FRI& SAT mm ((5%") ten flash attached film i n d i v i d u a bedroom. -
adopter and 2 grafmotlc $1000 worth'

sss Awe wsrit.i for $ call (o-5t-134-p) boa u tifu 11 v f \ ; r r. h ,- \
FRIENDS For Sole 71 Honda CBSOO only' 8.000
1 114M l Oq OC* mile like New Otive green $750 Coll!;
MlICKtiffae after 2 pm 372.5486 (o-5M34-p)

MUSIC BY ELTON JOHN & BERNIE T AUPIN Seta Diver Watch Brand New Stop,
( watch Auto Wind 110 Call Barry anytime
392-8176 (o-2t.)3p) At -.I-


4/ ** .:... COMING FRIDAY speakers, AR amplifier DUAL 'turntable. w
,2,3017,36: I SONY costefte deck.RIC'373-9610 (o5lakc :
$H.50 &;0 S6'so-t': I GENTLEMEN 1S6-p'- the
AND I fawn mole great done 22 mo
RESERVED SEATS champion bloodline pedigree eon

ROLLING' STONES service cropped til'very told price large for proven sole' $300 lire Mud will 1231 S.W. 3rd Ave a

AU TIOITS new ON THE: fee negotiable ph 376-5079. (o-J-136-

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2 female roommates wonted for own Apartment to sublet close to campus 2 Jun.tublet W.Fall ep.3 bdrm house, 8 conservative", male joomatet We con help yOU find 0 home. ,
room In 3b doom house apartment 3 pools 2 laundry center 2 bedroom 23 NW 13 Ave", ten air, big yard, wonted to share summit house 2br apt oporime.eiobtlehomeor vat .
I blocks from campus 50 + 1-3 utility furnished central air 193 month comfortable, 230 mo. V* Jun., km mo. $49.73-month and 'V. utilities call dove", r..mote the-V war! xanVV: 1AerAAwe,
move In anytime,now or Jun.373-8008: Summit House Aptt No 827 Ph 377-8460 + set dep. no pelt call lOon 377-8703 or mickey 378-7676.v.nlnga. (b-9t.130- OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE
(b.5t.134-p) ((b-3t.134-p) (b. .134.p) 0)) .lOlL L IIIGIS II GuTlr Pf r (;o n+.
fm roomie 3 bdrm house near uf 66.61mn. look at'our rental lining on houses .
SO S.D. 1-3 utilitiet available 4.1 mobile hornet,and opts. before you pay REALTOR) 404SWhAve .9TH 3543'eW
1424 nw 6 place phon. 372-3224 (b-5t. anyone a fee Joel Bridget, realtor. 404) Open 7 Don,1700; 377-6700
134-p)_ SW 4th Ave", (b-fr-127-t)
- I FREE bdrm, cln city opt o-c pool, but to overlooking TREES. near SHANDS VA, Gainesville
I ELECTRONIC ENGINE I III campus, available (June 15th call 3722442 CAMPUS;AC,POOljun( 13376-2596 (b- in
anytime (b-Jt.134-p) 3t.135-p)__
ANALYSIS WITH EACH I II sublet opt granoda, 2 bdr, 1 I's bath, oar sublet turn. quarter 3 bedr. In the Pines
II'!!!!-II TUNE-UP I II heat, dithwnh shag carpet, pool $190 opt. $200-eoch for whole um Own &I.Q jKexicano QestauAant
mo.Available )June 15 Call 373-6064 (b. room.Washer dryer In opt.Call Steve", of'
I It42 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-S247 I 5t.IUp) Jim 373-7832 (b-5t.I 135-p)

4 w..w wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww-we 2 bdrm Apt Sub-let Furnished 130 per Summer sublet with a 1 year 1 lease REAL MEXICAN
mth.5 bike from Ufl1823 NW 5 Av No. 2 option: furnished one bedroom opt. A-
after 6 pm Avollobl. 6-15 (b-5t.I 134.p) C,dishwasher,w.w carpet Near Shondtt FOOD

sublet for tummer V,2-br.opl.,AC,shop VA Call evening"' 376-6043 (b-5t.I33-
carpet rent.150rog( 195)). must tee. Pj)___
712.301 SW 16 ave toll :373-3730 for Need Apt For Summer? The Place,
more details (b- t.I 137.p)_ Summer Special $60 pet month Betf Village Square
spacious 2 bedroom, air conditioned, offer In town colt Allen 392-8785 (b-5t-
I 2409 SW 13th St. 377.5151riGP
furnished mobile home, across from uf 13ap))
on beautiful lot. pets allowed SI35 a two bedroom furnished opt to sublet
month,SSOd.poet.377.0049. (b.It.137. during summer months with option to
P) 1 lease for year. brondywlne optt call
373-6164 after 5 will bargain (b-St.136-
I MUST SUBLET APTI! 1 bdr o-c, private
P) :
polio, 48-mon! Vi June rent free) this PRESENTS
summer live near compull call 373-9317 large 2 bedroom house for summer rent
MAY13MAY17Top after 6. (bit.137.p) Two bloch .from library west. Call 378-
7354 (QSt 136-p) _
WANTED: I female roomote for fall.9mo
.lease. $65 + U utllltiei Gatorwood. summer sublet 2b.r. + own rm,both +
opts. call 378.9580. (b-5.137-p) a.c. In large house completely furnished i Z\
I Album 8000-mo utilitiet incl ok 6 blocks
Picks pelt .
I Ibr Turn o-c clean, quiet, Iota of Ireet .
near Santa fe south and prairie. from school 377-873 (bit 133-p)
$125 mo toll 378-3458 (b-51-I!3)7-p) ) own room in two bedroom duplex for .
mature female.available June 1st 180- art
country and country rock from seven man Sublet: 2bdr opt for. summer-open far month with option for foil, close to
fall-Country Manor 200 a ninth or offer
.remarkable could campus call 377-7998 (b-5t.135-p) .
ability. they prove one Coil 373-7460 (b-M 137 p)

IWt. next major acts to come out of the South. JUNE RENT FREE.2 bdr 2 both opt. sublet Ibdr opt. to sublet' this tummer Fr.
Quarter 150 month Vt ., +
ovoiliun. 15 till sept furn 240 a month, |lu" |ly oug)
utilitiet call afternoons b-3t-
"" ph 373-9856 How.VII opt 267 (b-5t 137- (
Billboard 135-p)____
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SUBLET June 125.00 I bedroom furnished females wanted ihore 3bedroom house
AC next to campus one tingle or married 3minutet from campus for summer
couple no pets call 376-0363 anytime (b- quarter Uniquely styled has alai of .
EN.' I- 1-1 AINl f LOUNGbftfff 5t.135-p) character lo it. call lisa 377-7298 (b-5t- :t: \
SUBLET 2 bdrm furnished opt summit I
house 165 mo. no deposit req air cond roommate wanted female roomote for
Xftol.t pool calf 372-8923 close to med center vizcoya opta.110.19/ ,$53 per month % :id. j:
utilitiet Available Immediat.ly. call
(b-31.13S-p) j'.
S220S.W. UthStSTARTS 378-3157 (5t-l36-p) 1
summer sublet 2bd 2bath $205 opt 104
howoiln summer sublet 2bdr townhouse In the S
vill 378-5905
or after 5pm 377-
8295 (b-5t.135-p) pines. opt unfurn $210 month call 3735619 -.
for more Info (b-5t-136-p) ..- ,"t
BEHIND NORMAN HALL 3Vt' bedr home -
TODAY! furnished oir condo to sublet for summer APTS FOR SUMMER Theta ip sucl1.thing as a pefject niapriage.
quarter,$275 + utilities per month call H blk to ufo 1+2br..lease avlb'Into foil
373-9632 (b-3t.135-p) cent ok, shag, newest close to uf
N.W.13th STREET and 1:55 3:55 5:55 7:55 9:55 graduate opIIl2.f1aw 4 ave, 378-1814 '
Shore a clean suburban home Own
23rd IOUIEVABD bid-136p( )
room $80-mo. t 1-3 utilities Furnished TONIGHT
RJRTRnNOI..08 Wether-Dryer, A-C, TV, etc. Molet. Coil OWN ROOM S70 a mo. + 1-3 utility for
Roger: 378-9937 (b-4t.I35-p) summer wllllomtborg 1 block behind
v.a.hosp. no deposits option for fall call
recession special 4br house small yard fron 378-7337 female (b-St.136-p) 8:30 PM
port furn IV'* mile from UF sublet for
CYBHX summer MO-mo 373-9906. (b-3t.135-p) WANTED

For rent:4 bedroom houte.2 bothroomt 1 or 2 mature people to shore rent + sell
SHEPHERD central oc ideal location: blocks from $197 for 3 bdrm house In NW thit 11 UNIONNO
campus $350 a month sublease from summer with option to take over In Sept
1 June I till august 31 call lorry or howl. Barbara 373-SOI( ev, 2-nn 1 wk (Sc.5t134p -
s MADELINE KAHN 377-8067 (b-a.136-p)_ )____. TH LAWN

for rent room with both In country hove GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid tor close
posture for horte orange lake 591-2674 rings,old)jewelry,etc.confidential,Coll.
(b-4t.135-p) .OZZIt 373-3894 (c-49t-105-p)

Female roomote needed to there one 2 females roommates to share in 2 br
bedroom pooltide opt for tummer 82 JOplut windmeodows or howollon village opt ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
H utilitiet. Option to rent In Septa with 2 other girls from 1 June to 1 June call Reel 4eY
PCTERV free Pot 378-7178 I (b-3t.I 135-p) klm at 376-5099 (c.5t.135-p)_
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41 CLOTHES Female student or couple for own wonted mole WANTED, PERSONALNew LOST & FOUNDlost Charlie's Chicken

'DON'T> FIT bedroom In house$60 a month. Call Ann br.edng. please' spitz for purpose. of Arrivals While Stag Speedo : brown wallet with tooling on I Is delivering '
377-7937 )c-5t-136-p) 378-6623 contort sieve dring bathing suits, Safari shorts i pants outside lost on uf campus last frlday.
after 7 00 pm (/c-3t.13S-p) Bookpocks. Join the Univ. of Fla. hiking reward for return of wallet or Id's call
WE CAN Home needed for a two year old male Wonted responsible female roomote club. A='I.n's Aquatic t Trail Center 3448 378-7366 after 5pm ((1.2-I36-p I )

ALTER Irish Setter.freel House dog. Coll 378.1995anytime beginning fall to share room 'In 2 bdrm. West Unlv Ave 373-9233 (I-fr.II6) lost blue mole doberman missing over sGa
good dog ) !
c-2t-36-p) opt. $61.25 ma.A utilities,
compui one week wearing red collar t I.D. tog.
THEM couple to share two bdrm haute with Coll Llso-Oenne 392-7630 (c.51.135-p) KARATE LESSONS Reword plus full brother to this dog with
other couple move .in sept $75 plus wonted 2 bedroom trailer by Small Classes $25 per man AKC registration In the name of the
FXK utilities 6 blks from campus vegiet + earlier, want to buy equity write sept details or 1215 NW 5th Av. (off 13th St) Man thru person returning the dog. No questions

non smokers preferred 373-0835 (c-5t- to levin mailings,4805 princess onne In, Sot even, 7to9 37871312ot108p(| ) asked 376-1 583 or 373-0869 or "- 21l7M34p
ESTIMATE I3 r __ (c-5t-135-p)_ DON'T SMOKE YOUR ( ) ..I.
good looking referent for garoge and apartment ,have need female roommate, summer qlr, HEALTH AWAYI SERVICES ;'
would Ue
Ittr'' cots to Y '
own room, 55 4Vi utl. behind, norman STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS
rent sobs.e.5t-136-call/ dee Or lee 3? -6361. keep fell, call 00,1| 378-1248 (c-3t-l37H> ._ ..METHOD( ; LOSt1WEIGHT) TOO PRIVATEv'APPOINTMENT 'typing IBM Correcting'' SeIctric II call ft..:
.trying T ( ) 'fl r'K J-Mole ;; THEODORE tr'312: 'Mary 372-1 728-ofter 4. (m-5t-135-p) 377.o992062.
4 Jnll fIlcz 'lackingfo/Oroorrtotef" Roommates "Needed'for Fall .
1620 after
easy going Windmeodows 7008 5 pm. (I-w 127-p) Keypunching my home. Fast accurate.
Apis. 2 br. 75 dollars
fall.female If Interested to shore opt call or 392-7808 hour starting month Call 377-8288 Ask for Miles. After per Mark I love you Steve (|-2M36-p\ ) One day service In most co.... Call 472-
or 378- 2060 local m-20t-137-p) ,
3pm (c-3t-37-p! ( ) ( <0"
4215. Ask for Ann. (c.5I.I36plRoomat. ) International College for Hypnosis
neat responsible female to shore 2-br. Studies. Inc. announces its opening fall bennet. a: if you con accept the
wonted, SUPER BIKES Inc.
easy going, clean fragrance of oro.., you must learn lo ,
opt, gotortown, beg fall $50 term 1975. Professional training In
IndoorFlea honest person to split e.p of 2bed 2bth qtr. the thorns It bares! know I > ,
tarsest security d.p. JlOO-mo + Vk utilities., Call medical, legal and psychological accept you """
opt w-pool oe quiet cheap nw sect call m-2t PARTS-377-6901(
Market 377-0571 oft HOOdly (c-5t-136-p) bobbl, 376-0135 (c-5t-l37-p)_ hypnosis. Bachelors degree required for love you! pamela |I. ( -137-p)

Student wanted for Summer-own roomin admission Stare board approved. Non BEAT THE RUSH, BE SURE YOUR REPORTS, -'e,
2 female rmmotes needed lo shore rm in plush furnished opt No haule w. profit P.O. Bo 011221, Miami, Fla. MANUSCRIPTS,DISSERTATIONS & THESES
i nice opt close to campus summer thru leate-option' for next fall Mutt be 33101. Tel ((305)) 932-2233 ext. 1365 (u-| ARE TYPED EARLY, Coll 377-2235 or
next yr, no cigarette smokers call mature 377-1144 Barry (c-5t-137-p) sr-127-p)_ Debbie 377-7806 or Sand! 378-5754. (mSt133p -
pooder after 7, 373.3638, 60-mo. (e-5t- ) _
If and need
Own room 75-IOO-mo furnished preferdw you ore pregnant you help
) ,
ac pool for summer calf Rick 377- we core. Call birthright 377494724t(| BINDING unique servlte, books, & .. .

Students willing lo pay $255 for room 8752 (c-St-137-p) 128-p))_____ fournals, personal names call ENGLISH
and meals thru summer quarter 1 block BINDERY for free estimates 373-8456 I
mother trucker starting
one to buy a one may
IcDanietts from campus, central air, co-op housing 377-6260 (m-25t-126-p)
half ton 64 chevy truck new Inap sticker weekend all forms taught from basic to 10'AM. 6 PM
Kim do. 372-9328
ot (c.I9t.133.p) radio' 6 cyl 4 spd $500 or bargain me advanced Including tricks, )jumping, and TYPING, EDITING Theses, D.wer-.
tea Market female roommates wanted summer qtr. down to $499 ph 377-0801) () pm (c-3t-137- slalom for Info call Scuba Dynamics -- lotions, Term Papers experienced typist, 7 DAYS A WEEK
to share 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near Pj)_ Exotic Sports 377-8096 ((I-.6t.132-p) ma In english. Ibm selectrlc phone
Med center $64 mo + 1-3 utll. 373-5600 .3/1-0547 (m-ZOt-107-p) 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.
Conservative but fun roommate-female Poinoexter. looks like we re forming a
-' --r needed for the summer. Share room in more perfect union. \1'1t years, behind, WIRED FOR SIGHT
Brondywme Apts. Special rote of $50 a and what a way to gol Always I love '"The Eyeglass Super Mart" ., -'
month Coll Barb 378-2:36 (e-2t-137-p) you, Babe, Athena (I-lt-137-p) UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS

One or 2 female roommates needed "The well-being of mankind, 'its peace 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
SUNFLOWERHEALTH Summer only 2bdrm 2both Country and security, ore unattainable unless (m-50-53-c:)

Village Must Sublease call Nancy 392- and until its unity if firmly established." "Typing Service-Experienced typists, any
FOODS 7748 Anytlmel (e-5M35-p) Baha'l Writings For free Informationon material, charts, thesis, etc. IBM
the Baha'l Faith, write Baha'l Assoc., Selectrlc. Fast, accurate service.
roommates to rent 2 bedroom own Rm. 300, Reitt Union. *(MM37-c:)
Hoffman & W.l Ur Delivery. Coil 4622739. (m-5t-l33-p)
I bath,air,carpet, kitchen, pool)SOmo. +
Barbara Beccue: It a nice gal and a good Scuba classes .AlI scuba
HI Pro Products utility,call after 8 p.m. 372-0189) (c-5t-
I 1 134-p)___ sport. (-lt-U7-P| ) equipment provided sales, service,
Natural Vitamins, Minerals Ride easier this summer on new 90lb pal trips, rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
2 Male shore 2 br
I roommate to tires that fit standard 27x1 rims |lust $6 Wild Kingdom on TV)Allen's Aquatic +
H H.
Products ; fall.
Dairy gatorwood opt next ac. carpeting, .
Also heavy duty hutchlnson sew-ups. Trail Center,3448W. UnhAv.
dishwasher, furnished. $85.00 + I3 I-
Books, Cosmetics fully Revere 521 W. Unlv. Av. ((1.51.137| ) ((m-fr-126-cl:)
utile call mike 378-0954 (t-5t-134-p)
Blrkenetock Sandal attention all merfs-meet at oscar'i at DIVE Ih. DRY TORTUGAS leave Key West
7 Wis.Usitrerety' Awe. DowntownPhone AUTOS 9:30: am for the kisser I III annual' tubein. June 13th and return on the 18th all Guaranty FederalTHE
see yo tommorrow for lots of sickness. scuba equipment provided. Comp at BEST PLACE TO SAVE.THERE'S .
C. .. /.
ferida nB 8178 67 Malibu In Good Condition!
Chevy claws upl (|-lt-137-p) historical Fort Jefferson on Garden Key
Power steering, power brakes, air BERSERK BLACK KITTEN free to the right with all camping gear provided call
conditioning, heater, radio and tented person cuter than a beebonnel., smaller Scuba Dynamics for further Information
windows with v-8.engine! $600 call John wks old 3760779nites 377-8096 (m-6t-132-p)
*************** **********> ** Anytime 378-8087 )g-3t-136-p) than a(|-2t-137.p breodbox) 8 I.D. PHOTOS MORE

i 1970 Opel GT yellow and black, 63000 passports, resumes, and applications y&S TO SEE WITHCABLE
Car miles good running condition, 1600 or LOST & FOUNDSchwinn natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera' f-
ljar" Il'tialUCi
best offer, call 373-8862 or 377-7361 Continental Green I Dtp. from work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20t.
anytime and.keep trying (g-5t-137-p) Jm. area Tues. om. Please return.'3745 91-p)) TV

15 SE 12th Street 378-9086 69 Volvo 142s, excellent mech. cons,, nw 8th ave. 373-1850 or leave in same Rid.a horse ot TALL OAKS STABLE $3.00
light body damage, new tires, air place Thonksl' (l-2t-137-p) on hour miles of trails also boarding 495- 41fJlo

Any and Everything cond. low mileage, 1250 or best offer, lost watch bulova gold with brown face 2240 (m-sr-102-p) .
I TV Channels, A weatner
Bill 373-2403 )g-3l-i37-p)
hands 8 1975 near 4 wall
orange may ,
channel, UPI News New York
for sports Cars 1969 triumph Ir6 yellow convertible. racquetball crts. at edge of field flexible aswedding? Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations on
good gas mileage $950 cash only call gold-brown twist bond if found please TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM
Performance Work: 377-5058 (g-3t-35-p! )_ call 392-0560 after 7pm reword. (l-5t- aI 3730923The stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY .

Corvette Specialty Work 71 Montego MX Groughm Full Power, 137-p) CITY

MG. Triumph Jane Healy. Datwn 240-260-2802 J Air,AM-FM-Stereo Mint Condition MUST lost: gold watch, red face, inscribed on WeddinffPhotographerMCHAELLONBl TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC
Sat After Six, 392-8790 Keith (g-5t-135- bock mode by Benrus. very sentimentalvalul
Most for British Cars
parts Pl) reward! lost at 'Tuesday Mor 522 N.MAIN ST. ;

.- 9AM.6PM 2 Dr BKT seats console auto ning" or Motherly. Coll 392-8482 (l-3t-
*****************-********* i 65 yellow lemons w bl vinyl lop new tires;alt water I37-P) tsta

I pump well tuned good buy call Lanny

373-5329 (g-5t-134-p) _
Time Machine for sale: 1957 Ford The Mod t 0tiftl '"
?mQe t gat 'CBO.4'8 Fairlane Conv-orlglnal 312 VB, new top, way A0'1 t; 'spbl :

metallic blue lacquer,..c. overall cond. '.00.'
to write with the'Old 4tw tarrsor uI ,s'so e4.
$600 373-0311 (g-5t-l34-p)_ loner Pet puson'fP01(1'tO

New on Our Menu 1968 nova good condition only 43,000 FashionedLook. ( sea' FlrVe 1 WINE
z miles, 20 mpg call 377-0393 anytime (g- loof1VNCtts0o1hsf1rB
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Putj $riLe LONCHI*
CHARBROIL STEAKS St-133-pl)______ 1i 1ht4A.set8O

We buy good clean used cars. MILLER C5aineol brolad6Nuy ;
M 7 oz-$1.75 BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW 1 13St. (g-lol- euRcSeeRw.a1.asws

136-c:) w.eJr.S'fl
r 12 oz$2.75Tbone$3.50 68volvo omfm tape automatic new t '

rodials very clean mechanically sound 1 .lI i
S9SO 372-17249331w 9th II t, (a-5t-36-p)

for sole-1972 Comaro SS ps, pb o- I
728 W., University 373-9453 stereo auto-console, loaded Excellent
condition Coll 392-8126 only serious

callers please (g-2t.I36-p1)_

Music Lessons 1 need a home! 4 mo old terrier has all I
shots and is house-trained. Adorable

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ght by Phil Goldberg
PERSONAL MM rani wunrwnNn\ MMM/
f f Bilbo ft Gandolf'i fame
Simpl"atr.lght.forMrd .
J-00 per half hour Wonted 2 fem. roomotes working 01Dan.y that's NoNontenseefromShtiffw.
to shore opt. In I
this summer A disposable penIt
(00 Orlando. Can loren: 378-8981 or Kay: isn't. Choose from
p.r half hour
rgan00 ,; : 378-8762 for info. (l-St-135-p) a refillable cartridge FMl FULL DISPLAY OF

*- par half hour ,'/'ll; r,: .,.-. t Wedding 100. Two)weeks Invitations delivery.from Hundreds$11.40 per of' marker or ballpoint., NATURAL PlANTBtS..PUNTS,

BIBLE-BOOK't& MUSIC STORE styles. Cliff Hall Printing' 1103 N. Main AND. GfiraiHOUSeS..AT THE

3769951.frl05(| -<)L_ llimI LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.

tO E. Univ-378-6855 COED' facial hair removed per: I
mos ently. Call Edmund\ Dwyer 3525 S.W. ARCHER:lID.
electrologisl over 20 years experienceColl 1r
372-eD39 ((|-fr.lQ7-cl:) $1.98 ,I

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I Dave Fuller's' last' home game todayBy

1 F Ft MARK JOHNSON through Fuller's mind as he Saturday will depend on what going out with the fifth losing in the state of Florida there's

t Alligator Sports Writer prepares to close an outstanding happens Friday, but I'll season of his career.A not much difference betweenone
After 28 years ,as head career which has probably go with )Bruce SWEEP of the. series, team and another."
coach of the Gator baseball produced 'over 550 victories Baker." however will be easier said I The Gators, however, will: (

team, Dave Fuller will pilot and three Southeastern AS FOR the Appreciation than done. Rollins will be:.. have to make the. difference
the last two games of his Conference (SEC) cham Day activities, ,Fuller. is competing :for the NCAA this weekend if they are to end

career today and Saturday, pionships? equally perplexed. South .Atlantic' Region: the season with any kind of
UF 'takes Rollins "Right now I'm thinking with respectability. With last'place
when. on "Nobody's talked me division II title' beginning:
t College In a two-game series. about the pitchers ,I'm going about it, nobody's told me 'a' Monday, thanks to 'a 28.14 I in the SEC East: already'
tI Today has been declared: to use," Fuller mused. "We thing" laughed.1:! "I 1 really" season record., foregone conclusion and with

Dave fuller appreciation day, want to win these two and the don't know what's.been doneor Fuller, by nomean3expects all hopes for a winning record
I 3t 'and ceremonies honoring the name of the game is pitching.You what to expect." this weekend's washed down' the drain the
t: veteran coach will begin at 3 'never know who to pick: One thing Fuller does know series to be a runaway. only, goal the team has to

.. A p.m. at Perry, Field followedby right now with your group js that the Gators, now 22-24 "Rollins is right up there in shoot for is to 'end.the season
f :. the game at 3:30.: "I'm ,thinking t>f John must win these last two ball the class with Florida .500 even.

Saturday's season finale will Chappell right now for Friday games to end up with a .500 Southern and, with the other That's something ,' Coach
I : DAVE FULLER be played at Rollins. with Wilkie Smith in relief if' record and save the coach teams In that division," he Fuller would'',really, ap

:,4, 'hIS'day JUST WHAT is going we need him. Who we use,on 'from' the embarassment of said. "Like I've,said all along, preciate.! '.. '
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;' .U outdoor track title 'hopes, slihn"

':' By RICK ADELMANr The Gator injury list would

,":i Assistant Sports Editor make even Florence 7
Nightingale break out in a
Jimmy Carnes and Roy cold sweat.
Benson may not see eye to eye HALF ',MILERS Horace
on everything but the two UF Tuitt and Wimpy Alexanderhave 'fr & ".
track coaches' agree that the been on the sidelines for ', 3- 'uy '1'4g fA Yh, ,1"iit
Gators'chances of winning the entire outdoorcampaign'
,the virtually r' s+4y'' .' .14,
Southeastern ConferenceSEC as have, distance r
( ) outdoor championship specialists Kevin Holzwartand
(this weekend in Baton Rougeare Dennis Skelton. 1'
slim, at best."Tennessee .. Add Vince Cartier, who has
is by tar and been bothered by a .
away the favorite because of mysterious hip ailment, to the "f=.? ." "" 'wtr a'aw.
their depth and because we list and it's not difficult to see .. > '-;:"1 ,. : ." .
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peaking' for the' indoor pessimistic. g:w ,. ? ';:'. ,,:::
championships said Carnesas "It's hard to believe that at a. n +t%+Itvx.nYa. : -'- :
he glanced up and down this point in the season we're :,
the UF entry sheet. faced with this situation,"
T1IEY (TENNESSEE) are said Benson. "I'll tell you I
definitely an outdoor team," got spoiled during cross
added Benson speaking about country season. We didn't
the Volunteers who have won have one injury."
(the outdoor title' the last I 11 J "TilE WHOLE thing is
;". years. "When you add a just a matter of numbers. It's
:. steeplechase and the six mile not that the 'guys who are
', run. :Tennessee becomes running aren't good but we
c:::.:. much stronger." just don'f: have any' depth:'
"Even though we won the Benson, however, feels that .) .
photo by ko honi.c
indoor george |Ir,
title handily, continued sophomore Par.Wallin might
Carnes, "injuries have have a shot at the GATOR'S TOP RANKED POLE VAULTER WILL FREEMAN, I
put us in a'situation where we steeplechase' title even though .* sophomore will try for fourth consecutive conference championshipthough
cannot be considered the. ,he'll be going against Ten
; "favorites.. nessee's Ron Addison who ," Benson added. because he's scheduled for the intermediate hurdle champ Hesley Bostic, intermediate
.. finished second.nationally' last "He'sgot a lot-of ability and 1' 220,440, mile relay,. and 440 Bob Rambo will make up,the 'hurdler Tom Doerr. javelin
":"'_ ''''- have a lot of : : mile ," I
t year. FRESH yard relay.Brown relay squad. 'ace Jim ,Stites. and high
"I think Walhn is going to BERMUDA, Noel Gray, Curt Other Gator hopefuls jumpers Steve Ott and Ellis
be a big surprise," said Mike Sharpe and Westphal, and defending ,include 120 high hurdler Miller.
Benson. "He's a natural Gainesville's own Will
steeplechaser and his Freeman will probably be the
workouts have really ,been Gators' best individual hopes.
super." Sharpe won the SEC indoor, Golfers in ,front by six'
WALLIN WILL come backon long and triple jumps and his .
'Saturday to run in the 25'2" long jump 'mark is the
three mile .....ith.'teammates, best in the conference: Sharpe' '
Neal Pyke and school: six mile is also slated for the 100 yard after round ,ofplaY'.
record holder Kenny Prevatt. dash, along, 'with UF's, '
.. Senior Bill Hicks will be the Daytona ,Beach freshman .: The.UF golfers* led by senior! 'Denny Sullivan's I)! one under
;YO., ; tone Gator entry'.;in'the :mile .Stan HarriS:, .:; : ':-f .:'par ,71. grabbed\ ,a..six stroke: ..lead after.yesterday's 'rainv -, .
'0:' run as his 407.9: is among the Freeman will be shooting .' first
of the
delayed round Southeastern
: Conference (SEC) ,
best times in the conferenceBenson : for his fourth consecutive pole : golf
J is hoping' that 880 vault title as he has had a championship. .
: :-. 'The Gators shot a team total of 364.'1.$U is In '
.. entry :Steve Gomez'can turnaround trahglel.hotd{ on both the ; \. second place
,. :,. at 370 and Alabama eleven;strokes behind fn
what has so tar been a indoor ;and"outdoor' championships .- '' (third at 375.
dissapointing season., since: .his first:,year : : .PLAY WAS. delayed.a tptal\ of four hours over the course of ? .
"HE'S HAD a' veryjn.. ,at UF; < I the round as' on-and-off rains made the 7300 yard Olympia : .
consistent year and we're just FREEMAN'S TOP vault of .Spa golf courSe' play even longer than usual. .
not sure what. : to ,expect.: ** 'the season I (is I6'6" while Despite the difficult playing conditions, Sullivan's
Benson 'eXplained. "'At. the I Grant Glackman of Alabamahas : opening
I' still(
was only for
good second
/ ; place as Tim Simpson of
'\ :" :South ;Carolina, meet we cleared l7'% *
Found I .out' that: when he Defending discus champ ,. Georgia'grabbed the individual lead with a two under par 70.
0( pressed, hard his strides Bill Kovach brings a best of' ; ; ,SeniorAlI.American" Andy+ Bean, was in ;second place att '
became too long:" I63'I1" into,(he competitionbut even par 72 along with teammate Phil Hancock: : and National
'It'tired him,out. He ,was he'llb;' ard'pressed to I ",..' ,ji. Amateur;champion,.Jerry Pate Alabama., "' '

; running slower, even; though repeat list' ,s'e'don's performance f.n' .". Senior. Bcn Duncan came through'with a,solid 73 for the
he: '( Now l as Volunteer Paul l I Gators
was running aster : while.semor Bob Bailey shot a four over' par76 "and
ra B : his form is better but hehasn't McMahef has. heavedthe. :Jreshman, Dallas :Aplegren struggled to an 80.. ,

R;"t,{ BEAUFORT BROWN had the opportunity to plate 191W.Senior' .: "We're off to'a good start::* said UF coach Buster"
; Bishop,.
,4 it outr""He : Beufort Browri will
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"I'll take
in. mile two like today and '
relay .cross myl
? break legs.
could .throughA. be a busy man,this>weekend

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lce. ( Finney. on academic. to. nrn.
-- - I nationalsThe

IdJr. One of the strongest groups ever* heads is ,at shortstop with a B-plus in Business. competes
the 1975 Academic AII-SEC baseballteam. All four are hitting
over .300
.:e Most fielders are:batting over.300, Honeycutt at.393 Bowden at.342.Gunter with
8 all|| pitchers have:ERA's under.; 2.00. ,315, and Menees",.303. UF women's track finish in the ''l00-meter expressed,concern about the
David Bowden; ,UPs,third ,baseman,, ,Straight-A student Bill. team: ':Is'competing, 'for hurdles front 'Dianne Poole. a"'':little; knowledge she,had of
lhd ,holds r down third! rwith a; B*plus in rightfielder, was !Finney, Gator ", national honors"today -and'. freshman* + ',1 :: 'the' Western schools..
Education white t. Gunter of Ole Miss medicine. picked with a 4.00 in ore- ',Saturday in :the' A1AW .. '
1e : Women's Track' and Field For the first timetwoUF, "I'm talking aboutCalifornia.
tq.n Championships 'at ,Corvallis, women will be entered in'the .Oregon-the best '
Gators sign Anal.1 rlrnft. oo Ore. Pentathlon. women's collegiate com
-- iJ I v'llii' i Lady Gator coach Kate
.nh petition in the country and I
- Seminole Junior College pitcher Bobby with an ERA of 1.93 at Seminole. He ,Paulos has high expectations' Lady ,Gators Paula Sue don't know anything about
)- I Meadows has signed a baseball grant-in- struck out 168 men in 198 innings pitched. tar 'the'mile-relay team. Hegarty and Heidi Hertz will them." said Paulos.
UFoMeadows THE FOURSOME of be competing in the 200-
aid with Meadows has been drafted She said that she could
had a career record of 16.8 California Angels. by Mary McGroarty. Kay meter run, the long jump the sately assume that they will be
Hooper, Cecil Lynn Carter high jump, the 1 100 meter excellent.
and Kathy Carroll have the hurdles and the shot put.
II Tobin new publicity assistant I best time of tour minutes flat
and Paulos thinks that timeor PAULOS SAID THAT UCLA. Prairie ViewA
Lee Tobin currently assistant to the better should place the Hertz, a freshman would & M. Texas Women's
was a student assistant
and State
and Oregon
certainly place maybeeven University
director of public relations for the in the
Gator sports information office. Last year's mile relayers; win the five-events-in- are all expected to be part of
Conference has been
Southeastern named with only McGroarty one competition.The the fight for first place team
Sports Publicity Assistant at UF effective Tobin,a native of Atlanta,Ga., replaces returning this season placed Lady Gator coach honors.
July 1.Tobin I 1. Mike Merrill, who resigned to become seventh,nationally.
23 received a BS degree in Director of Public Relations for, the Individually Paulos looks
Journalism at UF in August of 1974 and Birmingham Vulcan of the World lor McGroarty to place in flVTRAimiRALSToday
then joined the SEC staff. While ,an Football League. both the 440 and 880. "Mary
really looks strong and I look

II Tennis clinic to be held I especially for a high-place in the 880,"finish said is the deadline for signing up for Men's Independent .
Racquetball. Contact the IM office 229 FLG. 392-0581.
Paulos adding that
A tennis clinic will be held Saturday forehand, backhand volley and serve. McGroarty had the potentialto Last Friday the Caribes won the UF Independent Softball
May 17 at Perry Field Courts' for all win the 880. Championships battering their opponents 173. It marked the
I university students faculty and spouses.The The clinic is sponsored by the UF LADY GATOR freshman third straight year that they have won the title. In doing so
clinic, which will run from 9 a.m. to 2 Physical Education department. Racketsand Carroll should place' in the the Caribes have ,won ,30' straight games establishing an
220, according to Paulos. and Intramurals record. have dominated their
p.m., will cover basic instruction in the balls will be provided. They opponents by
the coach expects a high,' an average score of,183.

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