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By DEBBIE IBERT reveal his number cellor of administrative affairs.

Alligator Staff Writer Wilson said he wrote the bill because he has a "gut feeling "If you have to use numbers, you may as well use a number l
against individuals being easily identifiable to numerous everyone remembers," McArthur said.
UF students may have to memorize a new identification agencies by using the same number."I Wilson disagreed."I .
number if Rep. Roger Wilson, R-Seminole, gets his way. object to having individual identity reduced to a number JUST DON'T like the idea of individual identity being
"I'm not convinced it's necessary for universities to use the that can be utilized by any public agency for identification," reduced to a social security number," he insisted. ,j
social security number. They got along for years and years he said. Shoulld Wilson's bill, which is sitting in the House +
without it," Wilson said. EVERY STUDENT going through the State University Governmental Operations Committee, become law, the Boardof
WILSON FILED A BILL to prohibit state agencies from System gives the "over.used" social security number as a Regents would have to devise some other computerized
asking people to Identify themselves with their social security second name on all records. method of identifying and processing students. t,
number unless authorized by the legislature. It also forbids Identification based' on numbers is more accurate than Wilson suggested they find "some other numbering '

the agency from denying its services to anyone who refuses to names, according to Steve McArthur assistant vice chan system," as long as it is not based on social security. 1
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: Florida Alligator MAY 19,1975 '

L. 67, NO.137

.uoluhed by Campus Communications Inc. Gainesville Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida


York lobby kills administration cut

, Bj STUART EMMRICH YORK SAID HE was able to convince enough senators the "Speaking personally I don't know if it

Alligator Staff Writer original amendment was "not the way to go about cutting would be fair to th students for me to teach a class that I did
administration." not have time to prepare adequately for. They may not begetting
, A forced: 15 percent cut in university system administrativecosts "It takes a very careful analysis (to decide) where we can their money's worth," Bryan said.
died Friday in the Florida Senate. cut. I don't agree with the'meat ax' approach of the (Gordon) STATE SEN.Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville; said Sunday he
Cause of death: an intensive lobbying effort by State amendment," York said. was "adamantly opposed to the original amendment". He
University System (SUS) Chancellor-designate ET.. York. called the second useless."
"I with the inten of the amendment. .but haveto proposal "completely
agree we
o THE SPONSOR OF the original bill to'cut ,university "1 am in favor of maximizing instructional resources and ,
adminstrators said Friday he was convinced by York the have a reasonable basis for any cuts York said.
!" minimizing administrative. costs, but this is not the way to do ;.
THE SUBSTITUTE amendment drafted by York with
," "votes were there" to defeat the measure-and has agreed to it," Saunders said.
accept a watered-down substitute. some minor changes by Gordon, requires the Board of
"The legislature should do an in-depth analysis to
for' Regents to report the legislature next, year on the progress of
State Sen. Jack Gordon, D-Miami, said the substitute determine what the .ratio between administrators and faculty
his measure to transfer 15 per cent of adminstrative funds "achieving the maximum possible number of qualified ad- *'
should be and come up with a program to implement that,
into teaching would come up for a vote today.Gordon's ministrators in the teaching process. he explained.
Approximately 9.5 per cent of the UF academic budget is
original 'measure was accepted by the senate
UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston also opposed the
taken in administrative costs, according to Hugh Cunningham -
I Wednesday as an amendment to the 1975. 6 appropriations original amendment which he called "completely opposite to
UF public information officer.

bill.BUT; A. LOBBYING effort by York between then and This compares to a .SUS average of 11.34 per cent, Cunningham the Marston idea of flexibility admitted in there management.were more" academic administrators

Friday apparently convinced enough 1 senators to change their said.. at UF than are generated by the regents formula,
THE BOARD of Regents approved ratio for administratorsto
votes the amendment.Now .
on but explained the way to correct that was through a "careful
that Gordon has agreed to support the, substitute, non-administrative positions, such as faculty, is 1:13.:
study to determine why we exceed the number to the degree
, routine approval is expected.. UF has a ratio of 1:12.93: which Cunningham said is the that we do."
: The substitute sets no specific requirements for the closest any SUS school comes to the formula.

reduction but,just suggests all academic administrators in the There approximately 65 academic administrators at
SUS teach at least one class. UF according to Robert Bryan, vice president for academic

GORDON ADMITTED, substitute was "not as strong"as affairs. < .
his original measure "but I accepted the change when it TIUS INCLUDES THE vice presidents, assistant vice

became apparent that Dr.York: had enough votes to get rid of presidents deans and assistant deans. ..
it." Approximately half teach at least one class,Bryan said.

"I have been assured, however, that this (the reduction of Most of the administrators who teach are assistant deans y A < x c ,g gj
administrative costs) would have a high priority next year" Bryan explained. Only about five deans and two vice

Gordon said. presidents teach regularly,. he said. ...1
"Dr. York asked me not to tie his hands (with the 15 per ALL ARE QUALIFIED; to teach, Bryan said, but explained

cent figure) and 1 agree he should be'given a chance. to prove he was not sure if it would.. be wise to force them all to
himself." teach t a class each quarter.

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PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Applauded bounce back from "some rough times" the Civic Center and mild demonstration that
lustily by thousands of ivy leaguers, President nation has suffered at home and abroad. took place outside the hall as he arrived.
Ford Sunday proudly compared the militarymen The overwhelming majority of thePhiladelphia The several hundred young demonstrators
who rescued the Mayaguez and its crew Civic Center crowd, estimated at outside, mainly representing various leftistgroups
to the fighting patriots of the American 14,000 persons, responded warmly chanted "jobs, not speeches" as Ford
revolution. throughout. arrived in a white school bus provided for the I$'

The President, delivering the com They burst into-extra long and loud applause occasion. They also waved placards reading
mencement address ,at the University of when Ford praised the men of the .jobs at home, not wars abroad," "no
Pennsylvania where George Washington Mayaguez expedition and compared them to layoffs" and "jobs or income for all."

spoke'to the, graduating class 200 years, ago the.colonial :"patriot farmer who said as he' Inside most of the audience rose to its feet
i ignored a small band of silent protesters Who picked up his musket: 'we'll see who owns this to applaud Ford's entrance and many .r
unfurled a large "Hands Off Cambodia" farm.'" climbed atop chairs to clap and take photos.

banner. The president also got a long standing But a few dozen graduates silent stood up
Invoking the spirit of America's ovation at the conclusion of his speech. when the President began speaking and held PRESIDENT FORD -

revolutionary forefathers. Ford urged a His reception was marred only by the silent up protest signs throughout his talk without compares Mayaguez
renewal of national purpose and will to protest of a few dozen graduates inside the uttering a sound themselves. rescuers to colonial America

mondoy. / Pentagon ups Koh Tong deathsWASHINGTON

(UPI) The toll suffered by U.S. forces rescued.
last week in the battle of Koh Tang island was much heavier "That's our most fearsome and awsome possibility," said

than, initially reported and the possibility exists that some one source. "We've got to get every one of those names
Kissinger dummy Marines were left behind'Pentagon officials said Sunday. checked off."
Defense Secretary James Schlesinger disclosed the ne'' Two U.S. Navy destroyers were believed still assigned to the

in book authorJERUSALEM casualty figures five killed 70 to 80 wounded and 16 sea area around'Koh Tang, a speck of land three miles long
quote : missing in action and said even that listing might not by one mile wide which lies about 30 miles southwest of the

UPI Political reflect the final total. Other sources said the roll could go even Cambodian port of Kompong Som.
( ) writer Matti Golan
higher. Sources said the problem with accounting for the missing!
author of a book banned for security reasons Sunday denieda
and officials said of the woundedwere resulted from the the Marines
report that the manuscript! quoted Secretary of State Henry Schlesinger other many way were dispersed rapidly
Kissinger as calling; then-Vice President Gerald Ford "a only slightly injured. But the new figures amounted to a after the military action ended.
dummy". casualty rate of about 50 per cent of the 200 men who stormed They said some men were on the destroyers Holt and

"The name Ford did not appear in my book," Golan said Koh Tang during the 14-hour fight launched to rescue the Wilson in the Gulf of Thailand, some were at Utapao Air
reacting to a report in the German newspaper Die Welt crew of the merchant ship Mayaguez.The Base in Thailand,some were on the aircraft carrier Coral Sea,
Saturday.Die previous Pentagon report of casualties showed one ,'some were flown to Okinawa and still others were believed to
Welt 'said Golan's book, "Confrontation and dead, 22 wounded and 13 missing in action. be at Clark Air Base in the Philippines.

Disengagement," quoted Kissinger as calling Ford "adummy" Other Defense officials, meanwhile, said they could not rule "This confusion is drivng everybody around the bend," one
out the possibility some men might have been left behind source said.
and "I don't
going on to say, see how Nixon could
pick him. Thursday in the night time helicopter evacuation of the The presumption that some men might have been left

"I 1 don't know where all the speculation about the contentsof company-size Marine assault force. behind alive on the island probably can not be ruled out until
the book comes from" Golan said Sunday "Until now Thers is no specific report of any man left behind, officials an accurate tally is made of all those rescued and interviews
they've all been wrong. And if there will be leaks about the said, but it is "not an excluded possibility" with the survivors identify those who might have been killed
book they will not come from me." because great confusion still exists over exactly who was but not recovered.

I Kissinger on the road for peaceWASHINGTON I

(UPI) Secretary of State Henry the U.S.-barked governments of South Vietnam and Cam- SEC. OF STATE
Kissinger resumed his diplomatic travels Sunday, turning bodia. HENRYKISSINGER

from foreign policy failures in Southeast Asia to hopes for At his first stop, Vienna, Kissinger planned two days of
peace in the Middle East with Soviet cooperations. talks with Gromyko centered on resuming Middle East peace l x,!
Kissinger took off from Washington on a five-day swing' negotiations in Geneva this summer. .

through three European capitals. His itinerary included a Diplomats said ,Kissinger's added stops in West Germany ,
meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and Bonn and West Berlin and in Ankara, Turkey, were ..beginsnew
meetings with Western European leaden in West Germanyand aimed at showing the U.S. intends to firmly abide by its

Turkey. commitments to Western Hemisphere allies. peace travels
The trip was designed in part to reassure western allies of But the talks with Gromyko formed the keystone of the
U.S. resolve and to lay the groundwork for President Ford's trip.

own European trip later this month.During that trip, Ford Diplomatic sources said the Soviets have been unsuccessful i

will discuss the Middle East in a meeting with Egyptian. in efforts,to get Arab nations to agree on common goals and
President Anwar Sadat.It appear reluctant to resume the Geneva negotiations, which
was Kissinger's first foreign journey since the collapse of broke off in late 1973.



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P+op.L?lndpndnt Florida Alligator,Monday,May It, 1975

..B.il/wi/// / / allow! graduation at age 15

law, Sims enter college or the ]job market early.
By BRIAN JONES attendance law from 16 to 14 has already been would also be helped by the new Gainesville High School Principal
harder to get out William
Alligator Staff Writer approved by the Florida Senate Education said, since they could "work" Boyd said about 10 of his students skipped
Committee and is headed for debate on the early if they wanted to.
accelerate their their senior year year and went right into
The vision of 15-year-old UP freshmen may senate floor. Allowing students to under early admissions
seem a bit far-fetched but.it could become a THE BILL sponsored by.Sen. Walter Sims, graduation would also benefit the state "by college agreements

reality as early as 1976. R-Orlando, would allow 15- and 16-year-olds saving taxpayer's money," Sims said. ANOTHER, 00 !.students. Bpyd said,
A bill to I lower? Fl9ri .a's compulsory school, l lII with parents' and .principal's consent to'.. James Talbot, principal of the' Alac tia'I i completed graduate:le irementearly and
school i a" I" 'Adult1"''School;/' said Sims>r6posal is ... '
graduate, ,from high 'if"they'l1fess; County went to work/i.1' yp\ > % i 1. i
to e,i e!o ewm o r uniform high school diploma equivalency "definitely"" not educationally sound. University College Dean Bob Burton Brown

examination.Sims "I've got a 16-year-old son and I wouldn'tlet said UF's group of about 20 students admitted
who got his diploma by passing the him graduate by taking that test," Talbot early this year is a good size, but
test, claimed his idea would reduce school cautioned that "it is still a lot of risk" to
vandalismtrim the rising dropout rate, and said.THE EQUIVALENCY exam has five parts admit high school students early.
be fairer to students who feel "sentenced" to covering a student's usual general education. Test scores are "just one of the criteria"
.Y abx school for an arbitrary number of years. Each test takes "about two hours" to com which should be used to admit students,
"I haven't had a single teacher I've talkedto plete, Talbot said. Brown said, so "we'll only accept them (early
oppose this concept. They realize that Both Sims and Senate Education Committee graduates) if we can look at more,than their
> 'e+vi # many of the students mature faster than Chairman Robert Graham said the test scores."

others," Sims said.EXPENSIVE senate will be receptive to early high 'school BROWN CITED maturity and intelligenceas
increasing school vandalism"is
sM what really got me moving" on the bill, "There has been a movement in the past necessary for measures admission by which to judge a
student early to college,
I and
Sims said."When. several years away from the idea that
said "shouldn't 'confuse
parents good test
youngsters the idea something the
get educational attainment equals age or with intelligence."
is being forced on them," Sims said, "it can years in place," Graham said. scores
Brown,-a former education professor, said
lot of
cause a resentment.
Some problem students will still remain in THE EDUCATION chairman cited "I don't like the legislature making this type
school Sims predicted, but the early adoption of College Level Entrance Program of law"because they don't know what they're
graduation bill would address itself to (CLEP) tests and early admission into first doing.
i rt Educational enacted into law
grade as examples. policy by the
students "who just say to heck with it" and
BOB BURTON BROWN want out. There are already some programs to allow legislators "is usually pretty silly Brown

early admissions risky STUDENTS THINKING of dropping out students who complete required courses to said.

_ Building of long-delayed Veterinary School begins I

',".- By DEBBIE IBERT For four years L r. Charles Cornelius, diseases that result in a loss of protein in food veterinary college represented a major step
Alligator Staff Writer appointed in 1971, has been the dean of a animals, he added.CORNELIUS towards "meeting the needs of all the peopleof
college with no buidings and no students. SAID the college will also our state."
State and university officials donned Iii 1976. the Veterinary College will admitits will also concentrate on the more than 200
orange hard-hats and jammed golden shovels first class of 40 students. The following diseases which animals transmit to humans. Florida will no longer have to search out of
into the dirt Saturday in the official ground 'fall, 1977 the 100,000 square foot teaching Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle state for veterinarians. Conner added. "Theycan
breaking ceremony for UF's College of hospital will be completed and take in a class Connor, a UF alumnus said the new be grown right here."
Veterinary Medicine.The o'f 80. Florida's first veterinary students will u_, ,.._,_ ___,. _._,
ceremony signaled the start of con graduate in 1979.CORNELIUS.

struction on a $10.5 million veterinary SAID educating ., .
teaching hospital, which will occupy five and veterinarians in Florida will help narrow the ,,,. "' .......... '..
one-half side the thenational of 14 .'
acres along university's gap between average '
livestock pavillion. veterinarians per 100,000 population and' .,.i'r. "

TEN YEARS AFTER the legislature Florida's average of 12 per 100,000. W' ''r ;'':'' ''
authorized funds for it, construction will Lance Rodin, president of the Pre- v' "" 1;..
begin on the three-building hospital complex Veterinary Club, said UF's newest college Fg9 f.
which will house bffices and classrooms for "will' give pre-vet students in Florida more t, '. \ ..
the college, in addition to three separate chances for a career in veterinary science." 1 l \

animal clinics. Florida students now stand .a one j
Besides the teaching hospital, plans show a in ten chance of getting into the 20 out of state, \
$4.5 million veterinary basic sciences: buildingto veterinary colleges, Rodan said. ,
be completed by 1979 as an annex to the J. AUBURN UNIVERSITY in Alabama had ..;";: <::;'
Hillis Miller Health Center. only '22 open spots to offer 171 pre- 11" '
Visiting officials addressed a crowd .of 'veterinarian applicants from Florida. The .p
approximately 300 persons under the shade of Tuskegee Institute, also in Alabama, had only ,
the livestock pavilion, praising the establish six spots for 107 applicants, Rodan told tthe '
ment of the new college as a way to alleviate audience at the groundbreaking. '
"tremendous"" shortage veterinarians in Cornelius, former dean of veterinary
Florida. medicine at Kansas State University, said
"IT MAKES NO sense for this statewith research and training at the college will focuson

its significant agricultural interests to the diseases and parasites found in large, .
depend on other states for the veterinarianswe agricultural animals. photo by

need" Sen. Bob Saunders D-Gainesville. Florida agriculture loses anywhere from GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES I

said. $100 million to $120 million a year to animalWe'dLikeTo ,UFs first Veterinary School class will gradate In '79 .


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Th.Upndnt. Florida Alligator Monday.May If, Ins,,...5

Biannual budgets offer 'treadmill' escape .


Bjr STUART EMMRICH "1 think we have a good chance of approval. People realize away power from the legislature, this bill actually gives us

Alligator Staff Writer that it would mean'a better use of state employe's time," more safeguards than we have in the current budget process,"

Hutto said. Hutto said.HUTTO.
It's like getting on a treadmill with no to off.
Just when the State University System way(SUS)budget Ret for one "WE ARE CONTINUOUSLY working on budgets now" ADDED, although the bill will probably be
he said. passed by the house chances for senate approval are only
year gets completed and passed by the legislature SUS officials "
art already planning and developing the Explaining budgets would only have to be developed every 50-50.
request for the following budget other year Hutto said the state agencies could use the other Hutto said the bill has a powerful opponent in Sen. Bob
year. year for better planning. Saunders D-Gainesville which hurts its chances in the
complain the present annual
budget process: takes up too much time and money because senate.
Saunders said he opposed the biannual budget because
"enormous amounts of paperwork and man-hours" S
expended. : are P e "the only real. control the legislature has is in the annual

Neither does it leave much time for real budget.
any long-range 1 1 t "YOU GIVE UP any effective means of controlling what is

planning. 6 9 going by changing to biannual budgets," Saunders argued.
But state Rep..Earl Hutto D-Panama City is trying to do Mega 1p' 'p + 1NOVM
Saunders added it was also difficult to predict how much
something about that. .
would be available in in
revenue two years "especially our
HUTTO HAS introduced a bill in the Florida House which r t ,, 6 1hAS present economic situation."
would change the state over to biannual s A '
budgeting M.T w 11
p ryq "In essence you are giving the state agencies a blank check
developing a budget every two years. era s T Ag "
and losing all control, Saunders said.
This is the second time Hutto has introduced a biannual
BIANNUAL BUDGETS have the support of both UF and
budget bill.
SUS officials, however, who have been lobbying for some sort
The last time in 1972 the bill never got out of committee. s ,, Sl
BUT THIS YEAR M Jet s uN 'of'changes this year.
Hutto said the bill is stronger and has
Dallas Fox associate director of UF planning and analysis,
the support of the house leaders. J d
1' % 9 s F s said it was "quite difficult" to plan ahead under the present .-
It is currently in the House Appropriations Committee and 10 6J 7 -
Hutto said he is trying to get it voted out the floor. budget system.
on d
W J Going to the biannual budget would give the universities

s to i 3p ? Zs p ??7 time to develop new ideas and programs for the second year,

because officials would already know how much money they.

Toilet stolen would be getting Fox explained.
paper 1314 p24ZS26 ''"YOU COULD PLAN into your events because you could

3031 forsee commitments," he said.'
The University Police Department(UPD)has been asked to
Under the present system Fox said UF does not know until
increase surveillance of campus buildings to almost June how much money will be available that summer
prevent the theft of an increasingly expensive commodity "We could see what we are doing, how we are spending our for teachers and supplies."It .

toilet paper. money. We could analyze our programs to try and bring makes it a little hard to plan anything,"he said.
According to UPD Information Officer Jim Shuler more greater efficiency," Hutto said.
RICHARD CONNER, staff member of the SUS planningand
than $16,000 worth of toilet paper has been swiped from ALTHOUGH APPROPRIATIONS would be made in two- budgeting department, said the daily operations of the

campus bindings during the last year. year increments,funds would not,be released until the start of state schools would not undergo massive changes if biannual
Shuler said rolls of toilet paper in campus buildings will be each fiscal year. .budgets were used.

stamped on the side identifying the paper as UP property in Hutto said the legislature would still retain the power to "The principal change would be the amount of time spentin

_ an effort to cut thefts.Dancing. either reduce or increase allocations for the second year if developing budget procedure" Conner explained. \

economic conditions changed significantly since the' first "As things stand now we don't actually get appropriationsuntil

film tonightThe budget approval. a month before the,fiscal year starts (July 1)) There is no
"Hopefully we won't have to do a lot of adding and subtracting time to plan ,how to put in effect the budget for that year

though," he added. before you find out how much you are really getting. Conner
Dance Film Festival Series' sixth program "A HUTTO SAID ONE of its strongest chances for approvalby -

Comprehensive History or Review and Dance as Therapy", the legislature is that it gives the legislative branch more said.ALTHOUGH CONNER said SUS officials have been

will be presented tonight at 7:30 in the J,Wayne'Reitz Union budgetary control over the governor and state cabinet. lobbying for the budget change,he said he did not expect it to

Auditorium. Admission is free. "The bill would prohibit new programs being implementedby pass this year.

Tonight's movies include "The Dance," "Dance: A the governor and the cabinet without legislative approval," "The legislature feels like they have better control over

Reflection of Our Times" and"Body Ego Technique: A Hutto said."Contrary. state spending in annual budgets;that they have more controlover

Choreographic Demonstration". to some arguments that biannual budgets take state agencies," Conner said.

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candidates' have last word b foreeJection

Bj JUDY MOORE is it important for students to vote in city reflect these differences.
Alligator Staff Writer elections? I think we should busy jourselyes .with
enforcing existing ordinances Inste.ad" of
Gainesville attorney Aaron Green faces Green enacting a new one. In cases.of.harassmentsuch
former commissioner T.E. (Ted) Williams City government directly effects students in ordinances as trespass and tresp. ss-after
tomorrow in a runoff election for the Group many areas. Students pay Utility rates, taxes warning should be enforced; .
Two Gainesville city commission seat. and some are property owners.These matters '* + s
In the May 6 election, Green tallied 2,305 are decided by the city government and Williams I
votes while Williams received 1,719'otes.. directly effect the finances of most students. I'm not one to jump. upland pass' a. a:law;
They topped Ann Winnie, Al Muzzell James Students are also recipients of city services every time there is a. complaint about $Yt a '
Hyland, and James Shelton. such as police and fire protection and library something. You can hurt a lot of' innocent.. .,
TOMORROW'S WINNER will take the service. Students have a vested interest in who people that way. :
commission seat being vacated by Mayor. directs the city government.. I think the situation could be handled In
Commissioner Neil Butler. The new com another way. There are different ways of
missioner will be sworn In at noon Thursdayin Williams handling harassment and law enforcement
ceremonies at City Hall. My whole theme this election has been that officials should try to handle. problems with
THE FOLLOWING FIVE questions utility rates should be of just as much interestto existing laws.
concerning student issues were asked of the students as to anyone else. Students are in If somebody asks me for money, I don'tthink ",' r
two candidates after they entered the runoff Gainesville for a short time, but while they are they should be thrown in jail for It.. If f' \ 't; race. The questions were designed to show here, they should be treated:as equal citizens they need the money bad enough to, ask for it, I ,.. ,..
how the candidates stand on primarily and should take part in a responsible I'd probably give it to them.
student issues and the effect city governmentand government for the good of all. An, ordinance of this kind could only be. '"'"
this campaign has on students. Students' water bills have jumped just like useful if it were propertly written and en #- ...."/ "', .
The Question And The Answers other Gainesville residents. Some have increased forced. Otherwise, it could be a great ,' ,) '
Student Voting as much as 110 per cent. These rates detriment. "
In the May 6 election, Gainesville's three are increasing because'utility service i is being T.E (TED) WILLIAMS
predominantly student precincts reported the installed in uninhabited county areas. UF Water Bill students should beco'melnvolved
lowest turnout of the city's 16 precincts. WhyI Marlboro Farms and Bahia,Country, havea
completed utility operation and the only UF's water rate has been raised, from 26
customers out there are grazing cows and cents per 1,000 gallons to 52 cents per 1,000) The agreement to give UF free water was
horses. It is costing Gainesville rate payers gallons. The state legislature has appropriated made when UF had two buildings. Now UF is
about $150 a foot to install water pipes and only 31'/i cents per 1,000 gallons. mammoth and that promise has become a
about $15,000 a mile to extend electric lines to Under 'a Florida Supreme Court ruling, staggering problem. I recognized that. UF has
places where there is no one to use them. Gainesville city government is obligated to shown concern for the problem.
There's no excuse for this unnecessary make up the difference How can this I don't want a lawsuit and I'm not sure that
spending. At this rate Gainesville will go situation be resolved? Gainesville could legally sue UF anyway. And
'broke and Gainesville residents including there is always the possibility a lawsuit could
students will continue to see soaring utility GreenI end up with Gainesville providing UF with
bills. I think the best way for handling the completely free water. As a commissioner, you
Anti-Panhandling Ordinance situation is through continued negotiation have to know what you're tampering with.
k with the local legislative delegation; There is a
An anti-panhandling ordinance is being lot of "horse trading" that can be done.I Apartment Rates
drawn up by the city attorney as a result of a I am concerned that UF hash taken a
restaurant owner's complaint of loitering, more active role in persuading the legislature What, ideas do you have for curbing high
panhandling, and customer harassment on to appropriate sufficient funds. As it is, the apartment and other student housing rates?
NW 13th Street. What is your opinion of this burden is on the average Gainesville citizen
ordinance? and they are having the pick up the tab. UF Green
has an obligation to the citizens of Apartment pricing is a long range problemin
-t GreenI Gainesville.I Gainesville. With the housing shortage I
think the problem can be resolved short of I am not sure that the proposed water rate believe some landlords are apt to take ad
an ordinance. If an ordinance were enacted, it is not too high. I think the rates should be vantage.I .
At d- ) 4' $i Z could be very close to a vagrancy ordinance reviewed and reassessed. think the solution lies in planning
which was struck down by the Supreme Courtas apartment developments in outlying areas
unconstitutional. WilliamsI around Gainesville. Apartments should be
I am concerned about the city commission think the city of Gainesville should put built that are within the price range of most
leaping into action. The commission cannotbe aside all threats and work on negotiations.We students.I .
!a e all things to all people. because some as a city should do everything we can for think something less than luxury apart
citizens complain. UF and UF should do everything it can for ments should be built. Many of the complexes
AARON GREEN The type of people this is designed for are a Gainesville. There needs to be more of a
part of our social scene. Our community is mutual respect which I think has deteriorated
I panhandlers: part of our social scene different from many others and laws should in past years. (See 'Candidates' PaRe thirteen)




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Alligator Staff Writer The 46-year-old chairman of the Senate Kenneth Myers,of Miami, Dan Scarboroughof
Ways and Means Committee will follow Jacksonville, and Lew Brantley also of
It's lust a matter of time now before Dempsey Barron, D-Panama City, in the two- Jacksonville for the nomination as
Gainesville's own Sen. Bob Saunders becomesthe year term as presiding officer in the senate. president.
next president of the Florida Senate. AS PRESIDENT, Saunders said he would Brantley, who threw his support to
"The jace is over," Saunders said like to give the senate, and the legislaturesome Saunders before the 1975-76 session began,
Saturday, "The vote is only a formality." priorities with which to work. said he believes "Bob will make us a good s, y E
ALL 2?:DEMOCRATIC senators in the 40- "One of the greatest and most leering faults president' i fI fIy
member"senate have signed a pledge to (with the legislature) is that we try to be One difference Brantley sees between
support his nomination, Saunders added. everything to everybody all year. Barron and Saunders could mean some good .
As the majority party in the senate, the "The legislature trys to be a .'lack-of al1- news for the State University System in the
Democrats will designate Saunders as trades," and masters none Saunders ex next legislative session. \
president for the 1976.78 session. Saunders plained. "Bob is more into the higher education -- .--- ----...--
said he "anticipates" his party to caucus THE GAINESVILLE businessman beat aspects of the state than Sen. Barron" SEN. BOB SAUNDERS
sometim this week. out three other Democratic: senators Brantley said. ,the race is over I

I UF researchers explore the world of dreams \

ByBILLPAC people experiencing a type of amnesia due to Movement sleep (REM sleep.)
Alligator Staff Writer chronic alcoholism,and in a birth defect often GOLD AND ZORNETZER theorize that a
r resulting in mental retardation. The loss of decrease in this dream-containing sleep
Dreams and enduring memories are for memory occurring in these mental disorders adversely affects long-term memory.
med in a small area in the brainstem of mice, indicates that this part of the base of the brainis In an article to be published this summer, "
according to research by two UF scientists.The also responsible for memory-processing in the research of the two men will be explained.
researchers, UF Assistant Professor of people, the researchers contend. Zornetzer said their article is primarily
Neuroscience Dr. Steven Zornetzer and This area also appears to be responsible for based on their experiments with the locus
fourth-year medical student Mark Gold, said dreaming. Zornetzer said that the locus coeruleus of mice. They used electrodes to
they believe that this area plays the same role coeruleus is "widely accepted" as bringing produce defects in this area, which prevented I
in the human brain. about and sustaining the type of sleep during information from being transferred' from |
Zornetzer said that in the last 10 years, which dreams occur. short-term to long-term memory, ,Zornetzersaid.
r scientists are "more and more beginning to Dreams are most frequently recalled after I
realize the importance" of this area of the these periods when the brain waves are the In both mice and people, information is |
\. brain, called the locus coeruleus. same as when awake. Due to movements of first stored for only a short period of time, he
1C -LOCUS COHUllUS DAMAGES IN THE area are apparent in the eye, these periods are called Rapid-Eye- said.



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they climbed into the truck's cab.
But the firemen were. unable to give them a ride in the
$85,000 vehicle because of safety reasons.
The fire truck demonstration was followed by a magic show
and sing-a-long events coordikated by Paul Ibert, an A TO'
fraternity member.
John Morgan, ATO "resident magician: ," dazzled the
youngsters with tricks ranging from making balls disappearfrom Experiment .
under cups, changing scarves from red to gold and : Harr ad[
getting a pocket knife into his pocket from a kid's hand. the ,
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year-old Tina.
"How does he do that," she asked after Morgan. made a evlntian
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I Faculty unions blastMcGriff 1 in the

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI charges were leveled against McGriff. in a letter most radical prcEa edncati on
Alligator Staff Writer delivered to McGriff at his office Friday. The !can
:Out-going UFF chapter President Albert Guy said he had v f Amer
.Two UF faculty bargaining groups charged Board of "no doubts" UFF will win the election to represent faculties history .
Regents member Jack McGriff with unfair labor practices last from the nine state universities and bargain collectively with 1 ii*:i
week. the regents.
However both the United Faculty of Florida(UFF) and the State UFF President Norman Markel said the regents unabasb.dlJsensu.1 -
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) have "have never wanted collective bargaining" and want a "no- visionarY. ,
(decided not to file any charges. vote" among faculty members. fascinating, by the
The charges were in response to McGriffs last minute "WHEN YOU GO to bargaining table you get as much of n..lov.1
cancellation of his speech at the UFF meeting. your demands as. you have members there," Markel said. Exp.r.mentR08ERT .+
MCGRIFF CANCELLED his speech under the threat of a The regents want to appoint "nice-looking people like ad
law suit from a rival faculty member's group the AAUP. (President) Marston who will run the university just like an of The Harr iN"'
AAUP attorneys in Tallahassee claimed: an appearance by old plantation-where the plantation owner will take care of author =T.+s.;.:::.:ao:?
McGriff at the UFF meeting would violate an "unfair labor us.:" like they took care of their slaves Markel said. H. RIIWMER
practice law"that prohibits a regents member from showing Markel said the budget priorities of most UF departmentsmust
favoritism towards one particular labor group. improve and used as an example the speech department 1
Newly elected UFF Chapter President Melvyn New claimed where he is a professor. I ;
that cancellation of McGriffs speech constituted an unfair HAPPEN TO be in a speech department that is continually I
labor practice for the following reasons: being punished to teach students," Markel said.
."Regents have appeared at AAUP meetings in the past. Speech professors want to teach smaller classes so they can
Failure to appear at an UFF meeting indicates favor- provide "individualized attention" to students but this I
tism towards one organization.: means they must teach more sections to reach the necessary a'"
McGriff "informed UFF representatives on at least,two full-time equivalency of students per class, he said.
separate occasions that (he) had spoken to many faculty Since professors teach more sections,they have less time to 4. a.I .
groups on campus. To single UFF out indicates conduct research and "meet with students privately" Markel
discrimination." '
UFF ATTORNEYS informed the organization that an students in history classes where there's 600
appearance by McGriff at the Thursday meeting "would not students per class are told to take notes and don't ask
constitute an unfair labor practice" as AAUP members had questions if you can steal a test okay if you can't then
claimed. New said. that's okay too. Do anything you can to get by," Markel said.

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Johnson!: Female revolution 'glacial' .

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:BJANETPARK "\ ...." ';:" "The emphasis was always on doing good. No attention was
-' Alligator Staff Writerr; '..'; ,. .!t. paid to just being. I think this is fucked up." Johnston said.
.," '. .. ,I:(" "The emphasis is on product, not process."' "
READING TWO OF her Village Voice articles in a low

Describing lesbians, ,seeking their female identity as monotone with short pauses ,between the ,long sections of
"Bonnies without ,ClydesV''' ',Village Voice columnist Jill association, Johnston told rambling stories of driving a

Johnston related her thoughts on womanhood Thursday., to an beat-up Chevy through the desert and wondering why. she was
enthusiastic audience of,about 150. alive.

In an appearance sponsored by Student Government: She also told of her experience visiting a commune in.New
die National Organization for Women.Johnston defined,the York where the chief occupation was making maple syrup

female "revolution" as breaking aayfrom societal. roles. and "One woman was still embarrassed' tapping, ,an elm
discovering personal J feminine roles. : .
tree by mistake, she recalled.:
.,r "TRUE REVOLUTION is glacial process.." ,she said. ,JOHNSTON ASKED for feedback from.the audience and

"First comes bitching and moaning. Then :comes' t an- after the question "Do you like grapefruit! ?"the tone turnedserious.
scedence of self through work (trying to forget,the problem)." ..

Applause and cheering greeted the ,third ;step ,of her She was asked if she hoped her daughter would become a

process. : "Celebration of lesbianism." lesbian.Johnston's book, "Lesbian Nation", was dedicated to

Introduced as "a mother, a lesbian and an ethusiastic her,daughter then ,in her earlyteens.; "
dancer," Johnston said she lived a good part of her life in a Johnston answered she wanted to see her daughter, who is,
traditional mold. "straight" (heterosexual)now'do what will make her,happy..

"I NEVER KNEW 1 was.a woman any more than my "It's just-a phase she's going through" the construction

M straight sisters did,"the mother of two teenagers said. booted, .iean-dad writer.joked. : .

R'5f Student Senate to {vacant/ seat "' MV: 'I'ISeven

vacant Student Senate seats will. be filled at the expulsions. Both have indicated they were studying for tests at
senate's Tuesday night meeting. the time'of the meeting., -
r 1 Interviews were conducted Thursday afternoon by 'the Illness and studying for tests'are legitimate excuses for an
Rules and Calendar Committee select nominees be
absence from a mandatory meeting, according to the senate's
approved by the senate Tuesday.APPROXIMATELY .
rules procedure.
.10 TO 15 students applied for the
The expelled senators can be reinstated by a two-thirds vote,
vacant seats, according to Senate President, Art Aspinwall. of the Sen te., :.
The senate will also hear the appeals of those senators who .

were expelled for rion-attendance at last Tuesday's mandatory ALSO ON THE Senate agenda is the second reading of the

meeting. revised 1975-76 Student Government budget.
w John Allen, Ingrid Anderson Kevin Malone and Wendy Aspinwall has indicated that a special Thursday night

photo by lorry; grossman Scherer were ousted when they failed to appear at last week's meeting of the senate'may be called to facilitate. work on the.,
I JILL:JOHNSTON midnight mandatory meeting. budget.: -, ., <

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"Presumed Guilty" a book written by a UF first-year law

studentclaims that Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill President Reserve now to be certain of Fal"-oc"- pancv.,
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produced the wounds suffered by Kennedy and Connally," Dishwasher
Ro .man added. .
There is inference that Oswald was framed and the bullets .laundry Facilities
and other evidence was set up, Roffman said.
The 22-year-old law student became interested in the L 372.3557 ISome of the friendliest people in Colnetvilli )
assassination nine years ago when he began reading books
critical of the investigation leading to the "lone assassin"
theory. a a
"THE BOOKS DID not suffice my interest in the killing so
1 bought the 26-volume Warren Commission. Report"
Although Hoffman's book claims to prove that Oswald is
innocent,it does not accuse anyone else of the slaying."I .
don't believe that anyone really knows who killed the SALE
President because, no one really investigated it," Roffman

SAID HE BELIEVES that J. Edgar Hoover
suppressed the investigation because it would have put,the $# # (
FBI, Secret Service and the Dallas Police in a bad light for ;
allowing the assassination to happen. VV I
Howeverhe does not believe the CIA. is responsible for this
slaying, Roffman said.
"A lot of people would like to believe that they(CIA)did it, A D'' Ae >
but it can't be proved," Roffman said.
THE BOOK ALSO disputes a number of pieces of circumstantial -
evidence that points to Oswald's guilt. e A A
Oswald carried a package to the Dallas book depository,
where he was employed, the morning of the assasination. The / !
Warren Commission said the package contained the A I I I P P
disassembled rifle he used to kill the President.
However, careful examination of the facts proves the
package could not have contained the rifle Roffman. said.
HE POINTED OUT the package was seen by at least two ..
witnesses, both of whom described it in such a way that it
could not have exceeded "28 or 29 inches," smaller than the
longest piece of the disassembled gun.
Another point Roffman disputes is the Commission's claim
that they could not find anyone who saw Oswald within a half 15 %
hour before the shooting.
In'fact, they had two people who saw him on the first floor tuFCTEVERYTHING
within, that half hour. Roffman said.
OSWALD WHO TOLD police he was eating lunch on the '
C e e
first floor during. the half hour before the assassination was
able to give the exact time he saw two fellow employes walk
croSs the lunchroom, Roffman said.
Roffman said the statements made by the witnesses to the
FBI were purposely supressed by David Belin who is now
executive director of the Rockefeller C mmlssioa.He .
added the information in the supressed statements was
available in the Warren Commissions unpublished files in
the National Archives.
ROFFMAN WROTE THE book when he was 17, using the
Warren Commission as his main source of information. He EXAMPLE:
also interviewed medical examiners, staff lawyers for the
commission and used the commission's files in the National J.I.L.

The hard-cover: $12 book is now available at Book Land
and should be available at other Gainesville bookstores I IN-DASH
shortly, the author said. STEREO
"I'm hoping. that Fairleigh. Dickinson University Press, the
book's publishers, or some other publisher will put the book
out in paperback; S12 is kind of a hard price to swallow," 174.50 LIST
Roffman said.ALLY. NOW


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at I GREEN Carnigras funds

The Connection up from last year

Alligator Staff Writer
,We are closing to remodel. SUPER BIKES, Int.PARTS.371.6CGI.

) Carnigras 1975 netted approximately $165,000 for the

Every night 8pm-2am ....... Gator Loan Fund according to fund director Bill Rogers. ,
;\ I. ,:,.,' ts This I fs a $3,000 increase over last year's total. Rogers said.
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ALL DRINKS THING that kept us from a $20,000 increasewas
50 A i the increased cost of such things as security and advertising

,ALL BRANDS Y ," Rogers explained.
Carnigras is held each spring to raise money for the Gator
SERVICE.377.f1722 Loan Fund. Every dollar raised is matched nine to one by the
Domestic:; Beer 35f Heineken 10 AM..6PM federal government and used for student financial aid.
7 DAYS WEEK. This year's $165.000 total represents 16141.46 raised
:Chivas & Johnny Walker Black 75f 3441 S.W.ARCHER R.D. directly from Carnigras and approximately $148359 from the
> ,. Dance us out with ONE government.REASON CITED by Rogers for this year's increased

.f{ :, SOUTHPAW THERE'S MORE total was that "for the first time we brought in our own foodconcessions"
j' TO SEE WITH 'in addition to those run by the carnival.
t Gainesville's own super group. ( The two concessions, staffed with student volunteers offered
}Ijjg: Help us go out with a BANG. Every CAM TV hot dogs, soft pretzels and popcorn prepared by..Ser-

y: *; night until we exhaust our stock- .r" """ -f.' vomation.The .
concessions netted a profit of $368.02. which was
Hurry Hurry, Hurry! '
I TV Channels' A
weatntr presented to Rogers Friday by Gerald Raudenbush J. Wayne
: channel, UPI News New York
The Connection LoungeON Stock Exchange 2 FM stations on Reitz Union dining service manager.,
TV Channel' ,and*FM and 4 AM In the future the carnival food concessions will be com
WEN'S ACM lAKT See our exotic belly dancer stations on the FM band. pletely phased out and replaced by Servomation and student

NEXT TO THE HILTON Thors. & Fri onlytMOOSWi3ihsn77.7776 UNIVBtSmrOTYTELEVISION CABLE CO.INC volunteers.

at Happy Hour 3 pm. 522 N.MAIN ST.you're .
Japanese courses

possible through grantUF's

II Asian studies program has received a $33,000 grant
I" ? going to' from 'the U.S.Japanese foundation to .offer'' courses in
Japanese language and literature.
The grant will pay about two-thirds of the cost of the new
program according to Asian Studies department. ChairmanDr.
Europelt lor Austin Creel.
may pay
you grant.Creel said the program would not be possible without the


Alligator Staff Writer.

Science department will present a talk "Equality and Justicein
the Socialist System," by University of Warsaw Prof.
London Paris
Frankfurt Viktor Suchecki Tuesday at 3:30: p.m. in room 144 Library
FILMs "A Luta Continua," (The Struggle Continues), a film
depicting the treatment of revolutionary armed struggle in
New York' $465, 5473 $479MontrEal. Mozambique will be shown in Room 121 in I..,Wayne. Reitz
Union Tuesday night at 7:30.
LYSISTRATAt The Hippodromes 'Theatre's:production of"Lysistrata"
plays Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 8:15
t $376 $384". $390 through June 1. Tickets are available at u"J Theatre, 3401 SE
: .' .j :, ,. Hawthorne Rd., for $2.50 weekeods'and'Q-.ni: hts. For
: reservations call 373-8375. : :tll 1 ;Xt.
t: .t. '. ." .'a: ;" . LECTURE Communication andth'i'Fuant5v; rill be? Dr.
',.""' I ''U' ....00 SI..,.. William Lashbrook's topic toniglb lH;)i M "Arts and
....,>'!./o. "" "'" '. Sciences Building room 68. Vj:' r: JJi; h;;.

BLOCK AND BRIDLE Block: ,anI tk Vrft >meet, for
"'L' .t.' cL.'lo' pledge and pictures 7 tonight at the L.vist6dk. p **Kon.; i: A
SlIrifllft isc : '$665 '5 673 S679 SPEAKER A multi-media presentation .of,'.Europeari and( ;

.. .... "Soviet Jewry- Past Present IUd Future'' will be presented
Tuesday night at 8 at the Hillel Jewish Student Center, 16 NW
18 St. Admission Is free.
VancoW.t 5505 $$13 5519 NOW The public is invited to the National Organization forWomen's

Assertiveness Training Workshop. Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in McCarty Auditorium. ,
NORma National Organization for the' Reform of
Marijuana Laws will meet tonight at '7:30 in,Room 355 J.
MinneapOIIs* '$530 5538 '$544 Wayne Reitz Union. The public is invited::
HIKING CLUB The UF Hiking Club will meet tonight 8
in Room 220 Florida Gym to,discuss"hiking. 'plans and a

Wrn t 5430 543 $444r JOURNALISM The Journalism Council:. will. meet in Room

ps 223 Stadium at 7 p.m. 4OOOOOMOO +.... ..," I

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hour much); ;wft it :"Canada J. : 'r "* :' Canada and start your European vacation Ar r 1 1
Canadftfe; iIhelve, -tfhe offer i Si effective June I5, 1975.' out money/; tsNoe I
to do to" 21 yean of !lyourpass- can be bought in the U.S. government taxes and to change I
KM confirm There are also comparable.discounts without_ notice. J) I
our flight 5 'a bebte departure, to Prestwick Shannon I ON -
and leave from? one of the Munich Copenhagen. Prague. Mos- I

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,or when 'It doesn't rain -

I Classes meet di in dorms outside ,AND GET -ON liUs liw li-\

!. By JOHN WAINWRIGIITAlligator hard to beat" another student, Sally O'Neil, said., "But it's '
Staff Writer: more comfortable out there, because the air conditioninghasn't TO A GOOD THING *
been working here in the'lounge" w
There is no shortage of classrooms at UF if students are ,REFERRING TO THE conference-room atmosphere of ,f
willing to go to class at night. the Weaver Hall lounge, Patti Gregg prefers the room because' means Greyhound end a lot of your fellow students' .
However, classroom. ,shortage does: exist .during the "it's better for informal discussion. I like it here much better) who are already on to a good thing. You leave when you;'
popular daylight hours and one solution this quarter has been than the usual classroom with its individual desk'type .
like. Travel comfortably. Arrive refreshed and on time,
classes in dorm lounges and picnic areas according to Patricia seating," she said.Julian .
Dovell UF assistant registrar. You'll save money, too. over the increased air .
A SPEECH 201 CLASS, for example, now meets in the fares. Share the ride with, us on. ,weekends..Holidays,
Weaver Hall study lounge (if the air conditioner is.working) Bond, to speakon Anytime.' Go Greyhound. ;
and outside at the picnic tables (if it's not raining).
At Graham Hall, classes in English) German, Spanish, campus next monthJulian ,
Polish and math are held. Sociology and psychology are GREYHOUND SERVICE
taught at Broward Hall. Bond will appear at'UF this quarter as part of the EACH FRIDAY THIS QUARTER y "
"When department wants to schedule a course, they give "Southern Colloquium"" series of speakers sponsored by the' .
Leave Gainesville i :. .3:130: p.m..
(UC) Council.
us their requirements such as what periods they want the University. College
Arrive Orlando . .. . .5:45:
classes held. Sometimes all our classrooms are scheduled for Bond will lecture on the role of the black politician in the "
those periods, and we have to find other space," Dovell said. 1970's at the Graham pond /area at 8 p.m. Monday, June 2, Arrive West Palm,Beach. .i .'. . ".,9:20: p.m.; .
'HAPPILY FOR OUR office, the housing division has according to UC Council President Neal l Marks. Arrive Ft. Lauderdale .'. . . 10:20: p.m.!
offered several areas in, dormitories for use as temporary A PUBLIC RECEPTION for ,Bond h scheduled 'at 9:30 Arrive Hollywood .'. ... ... . 10:40;: p.m.'
classrooms she said. after the lecture in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, Marks said. Arrive Miami ,,.. ,.. . . 11:20; p.m
Dovell said classroom space .is sufficient this summer, The UC council is also trying to schedule Bond to speak to Ask your agent about additional departures and return trips.Greyhound .
but dorm space is already scheduled for various classes on campus on Tuesday, June 3. Bond would J
classes in the fall. "probably" lecture in Black Studies classes and'in political Bus, Lines .
Bill Stinnett Speech 201 teaching assistant, said he does' science classes. Marks said. ,
516 S.W. 4th Ave. 3165252g
not mind the Weaver Hall arrangement. Bond's lecture,is also being sponsored by the Institute of
"IT'S OKAY," Stinnett said, "although not having a Black Culture.
blackboard, either here in the student lounge or outside at the BOND WILL lecture at UF for.$650 -less than onehalfof -
picnic tables, is a bit of a hassle." his usual price of $1,500 on the basis of "scholarly
"It hasn't been that bad, Fred Morrison, a student in the grounds, Marks said. GO GREYHOUND
speech class said, "particularly meeting outside at the picnic Bond is expected to, announce next month that he is a.
tables." presidential candidate for the Democratic nomination fn ...and leave the driving to IK.
"The picnic tables outside are crowded and sometimes it's 1976.


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377.0992-1062 ., ..d "
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You Know Where He Stands T ,
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SUMMER RATE Utility Rates Will work to lower utility rates (for : 37 YEAR GAINESVILLE

Af f| per penon through realistic planning. '..._.lra!:,.,..". RESIDENT: SUPERVISOR WITH SOUTHERN
V/U p.r month BtlL AND 20 YEAR

Garbage Will restore quality service I I in refuse f and garbage system. CHURCH EMPLOYEE AND: ACTIVE ON DEACON CHURCH IN
eColor TV In opt. '
Furnished Zoning Will protect the quality of neighborhoods and business BANK CHAIRMAN: RECENT LABOR
Indlvidwol bedrooms districts through sound planning and zoning. REPRESENTATIVE: LONGTIME suP.
.Cos GrillsPool

Police and Fin'_ Will accept the responsibility to make Gainesville a safe city. "" >,, IVITIES HOUSING: SUPPORTED,AND HOMES LOW FOR INCOME ELD

only 2 I blocks>> to campus Protection ERLY

NOW leasing for foil ? TaxIS Will lower taxes and maintain quality service with fiscal' Always Consumer Advocittit
responsibility In operating budgets.
914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224

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Th.i lndp.nd.nt'Florida Alnga'tor.t Monday,'May 19; W5.;Po9i; '1ExFBI 3

DITTOSSaddle man Mark Felt '; \ "

to speak- at Tuesday.

The last speaker for the spring quarter ministrative and investigative matters.
Accent '76 series will be Mark Felt. Felt,who has also served as a special agent,
Pants. Feel the Fit! Felt served as acting associate director of was assigned to the espionage section during
the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) World War II and personally handled cases of
from May 2, 1972 until his retirement June extortion, kidnapping, bombing and

:i.:', .22,. 1973,., ,,, ,' gangland murders.
He will speak at Graham Pond Tuesday at
8 p.m.Felt's. Felt received a Bachelor of Arts degree
from the University of Idaho and a Juris
lecture will be on "The Role of the
FBI in Today's Society, Watergate and the Doctor degree from the George WashingtonLaw
FBI and Was Kent State Necessary." '
As acting associate director. Felt ran the Accent '76 Chairman Steve Weiner said
daily operations of the FBI, overseeing ad- Felt will be paid $750 for his' engagement.:

City Commission cancels meeting ;


to debate UF water issue ThursdayThe

Gainesville City Commission has Thursday meeting will be UF's refusal to pay
t> p'' l I lr :1415. ,irtk-, 1 7 cancelled tonight's meeting because some of increased
_ .., water rates.
t kf 7 \
r T the commissioners will be attending the Law professor Joseph Little will be sworn in
+,tL' 3"4} rttfi! .rs':. .
American Public Power Association con- for ahother term as commissioner and the '
vention. winner of tomorrow's Group Two runoff
The commission will meet Thursday between Aaron Green or Ted Williams will be
morning at 10:45 to tie up loose ends before sworn in.

', r t, S .r. .. iA Mayor Neil Butler leaves office and newly The new commission will reassemble at
1ti'Slr elected commissioners are sworn in. -
noon Thursday to choose a new mayor. A
The primary topic of discussion at the luncheon will follow.

I CandidatesFrom .

( page six) GreenI
I think I could,offer a more sympatheticand
in town are more concerned with luxury than attentive voice to student problems. am
economy and have prices that are way out of very concerned at their lack of participationin
reach of many students. city government.
I would hope that students would becomemore
Williams participant in government, especially in
There is no question that so long as housing expressing their opinions at the polls. I would
shortages exist, some landlords will take like to see many more students voting than
advantage of the situation.The have in the past.
r't;t:; cost of attending UF is beginning to I would also like to see more students
get beyond the grasp of the talent, ability and represented on city advisory boards especially
j: 1?; desire of students who wish to attend. We those boards related to student problems.
need to keep Gainesville a place where costs
In pants, the fit is everything. We've got' do not prohibit people from coming here., WilliamsI
As a commissioner, I was very instrumentalin I would like to see more sincere cooperation
Saddle Pants from the people who inventedfit. encouraging UF to build more on campus between the city and the university.,
lower cost housing. I encouraged such The first thing I would want to do would be
Ditto of California. construction as University Village north and to give the Norman Hall land back to UF. The
south. city got that land on a technicality, just a
Come on in and round up a pair.: Pronto! I have something more at stake. I have technicality because of a 99-year-old law.
three children who are nearing college age The School of Education needs to expandand
$15:00WEARHOUSE: and I would like them to attend UFo I can could make very good use of the land.
rUE think of nothing worse than if I had to tell The city isn't doing anything with it and it
them they couldn't go because we couldn't could provide ,jobs for Gainesville residents.< ,,,,,,
afford it. I think students should become more
involved on city boards. I think a Citizens
Advisory Board is imminently important and
Student Interest will make a big difference in utility rates. I
What could you as a city commissioner think it is important to have student
1021 W. University Ave. offer specifically to the students of UF? representation on this board



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Strikeout tO

' Dempsey Barren isn't going to be impressed. fy.
Neither will many other State Senators or
Drugged with nostalgic mejmories; of the anti-
war .demonstrations of the sixties, 'the Students'
Against Cutbacks have called for a strike of all

classes Wednesday.The .
strike is to protest overcrowded
classrooms, faculty cutbacks and budget cuts by a

gathering of strength on the Plaza of the {ti;.: rocs...?
Americas.The .
E complaints are genuine, but we find the ',.
idea, of a strike an untimely and poorly planned
means of demonstrating student discontent with

r the state of higher education.No .
one in Tallahassee is going to be swayed by

such an effort. We predict the reaction, if any, will
r be negative in nature.
The mood of the current legislature is such that
conservatives like Barron, no friend of higher W4W

education in any case, will probably denounce the _
strikers for wasting state money, and) begin to
wonder if such students should even be in the state
university system at all.

In short a campus strike is the easy way out, and ..
the lawmakers know it.
Cutting classes takes no effort, and gatheringfor
a day of sun and speeches on the Plaza will Abandon the flagship I IThe

convince no one that students are getting a raw

deal.The students of this university can be an effective .
force on the state legislature, but not flag has fallen, the ship is taking on water from all Right now students are paying about 22 per cent of the cost
sides; it's almost too late. Prepare to abandon ship. .Prepareto of their education and eventually the Board of Regents wantsus
without a little effort and commitment. abandon ship. .Au-ugaa, Au-ugaa. to pay 30 per cent of the cost. Thirty per cent for what!
Leaders at Florida State University and the To those students who care about their education please Larger classrooms? No way, Marshall Harris!
University ojf South Florida are organizing a heed the above advice, and do what is necessary. IF THIS IDEA of the regents is approved tuition increases
student march on the capital in Tallahassee on FOR THE UNCONCERNED students, please read on, for at least the next four years. Kinda makes a person want to
because YOUR education in the state t>f Florida is at stake. ,
Memorial Day.
Last fall, some students did not mind paying the tuition ,
The legislature will expect to see FSU marchersin rate increase. We felt as though it had to happen and it
their own town, but a show of force from UF would be the last increase in a great while. Well, that great JOHN DOMENECP
would be an effective demonstration of discontentwith while is up and the rates are up tool!
the state of higher education.We But let us ponder over this increase:.What are we going to GUEST COLUMNISTabandon
believe UF's student government ,should be paving forIt surely can't be for smaller classroom sizes,or

take the initiative in gathering support for the
march, even to the point of chartering buses for the ship as soon as possible, huh?
the trip. SATIREmore Of course, some assertive student may retort. "Yeah but
[ ] UF Well, this student would be
the state and are broke.
Giving up .part of a three day weekend to
absolutely correct if he fails to think on his own.
demonstrate in Tallahassee shows a great deal Let me ask, "How broke can a state be if it continues to
more commitment than cutting classes. Such a insist on paying a consultant for the BOR almost $100,000 a
commitment would not fail to register with the students' benefits..In fact, what we will pay for is fewer year?" Oh' yea the UF is broke too.
legislature. professors, fewer graduate assistants, less laboratory IN FACT, THEY are closing down the main pool for the
paraphernalia fewer class selections and even fewer desks to summer because there are not enough funds for operation.But .
sit at! miraculously the Intramural Department may come up
BUT WAIT A minute, that's not all we'll be paving for. with $26,000 to build more racquetball courts.
The extra dollars generated t from the proposed tuition increase Even Student Government is broke. That is, we can only get
Noshow (which is, two dollars per hour above the current one three free concerts this quarter which were by no means free.
for juniors and seniors,one dollars per hour above the current Yes sir,we are brokel! (I'm not referring to UF or the state. I
rate for freshmen and sophomores) could very easily, and am referring to OUR education it is indeed going broke.)
Apparently $517,372 is no big deal. most likely will be spent on keeping the Department of Oh by the way, UF why don't you put up some nice red
That is the combined three quarter budget of Transportation the prision, institutions 'or- any state brick on the $2 million parking lot at the J. Hillis Miller
every Student Government funded group on organization from floundering in a sea of wastes. Health Center. We sure need it, because one things for
r campus. But who cares? This seems to me to be a pretty good deal pay money for an certain.
education and road built TinvBuck-Too.. We're broke.
see a
Apparently not all the members of the Student

4 Senate. Last Tuesday night when the budget came
up for first reading and approval by that body only 'Ron Cunningham David Klein
54 of 74 senators even bothered to show up at all. The Independent (:..:.., ,w oM -chw MonoglngEdltor

But as the night dragged on, the number Florida Alligator. "' Donna Brugmon
dwindled to 37, forcing Senate leaders to call a : layout Editor
manditory meeting just to get 45 senators togetherto (ill ';"
conduct business. UMUlfCCit MindlKeiman Jody CartlnEP
Newt Editor Editor
C*. ..ted it was a long meeting, but group

funding is just about the only justification we can R.A./'Yony' I e"dzlor. .. ./..;.........,........General Manager
see for that body's existence, and every senator was Jam.,V.Cook .,.Assistant General Manager Publitrxd by
specifically elected to show up for those weekly Mrs. Evelyn Bet .".Administrative Asl$tont
kn.Malphurs.Boo .. (:MitiiHit C.'oiiiniiiiiM'ill mils.|lIN'
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EDITOR: The ,Students Against Cutbacks (SAC) 'are5;: .. ;:: '

planning a general strike of all classes on Wednesday, May Hi,,
21, for the following reasons: ii .'-' _
I 1. The increased tuition'rates. _
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2. THE DECREASE in quality education stemming from f ", :: .'!'
layoffs 1n' the following areas: r : ., "
a. Graduate assistantships ..' n
faculty, being denied tenurec. 'A: ( '1; 7'\\ ,
-All aspects of our career service employees. '. ,.
3. The deplorable situation of over crowded classrooms: r .' warts
which will result from the above reasons. a rwc .
With foresight of the upcoming debacle of where the lump-
sum funding should be spent, we, SAC, will offer our
proposals at the rally planned for the day of the strike at 1 11 I /
am on the Plaza of the Americas.
OUR PROPOSAL will be the following: A five member /
committee consisting of: One faculty member representing
the inherent views of,their colleagues, one member chosen
from the student body, a graduate assistant chosen from the r .ir
general graduate consensus, a representative from the career y
service spectrum,, and finally an administrator. ryF .
All these committee members will have an equal vote, no

member terpart. shall have any more voting power than his coun a= __. W

We hope that all the students will join our strike and strive
toward achieving truly quality education, not only at UP but
lor other institutions in the State University System.
Students Against Cutbacks \' 11tArl AMP THATI /......"

Love study may I -. MARA'SFRIENDS-

yield benefits Attack on Accent unwarranted

EDITOR?. ,A recent other maligned studies. On
column by Brian Donerly the LOVE study he has this to' EDITOR Being a woman and holding one of the top author to ex-politician. This is what makes him eligible to be
joined in the. general show of say:, "Factually however, thisis positions on the Accent '76 staff I feel a necessity to respondto an Accent speaker.
merriment and dismay that a serious effort to learn Janis Mara's attack on Norman Mailer and the Accent '76 We try to present programs that are both educational as
the National Science something about the forces program. well as controversial. Mailer's works and views reflect both of
Foundation, would fund a which are causing breakupsin I couldn't agree with her more on the character of Norman these goals he has a right to speak and be heard without
study of "Why J People Fall in American families unstable Mailer. He is crude and offensive and rightfully deserves the' unnecessary heckling and rude comments from the audience.
Love." lifestyles and the title of America's Number One Pig. However her Accent programs are also designed to stimulate response,
The Congressional Record criticism of the Accent '76 program is totally unjust. whether favorable or unfavorable, to its speakers. Janis
resulting effects on
(House) for April 9, 1975 children involved.,very No young such REGARDLESS OF HOW Janis Mara, myself, or the rest Mara's response to Norman Mailer is quite valid, but her
reports a floor debate in the reliable' data base exists of the female half of the population feels about Mailer, he is attack.on the Accent '76 program was uncalled for. _
House of Representatives still a "world-renowned writer." He has a diversified list of Nancy Mioduser
on but it could providesome
today, _
funding for NSF (H2575- clues for very great "accomplishments" ranging from Pulitzer Prize winning Publicity Chairman

H2607)). RepresentativeScheuer social utility." (H2581))
from New York has a Walter Probert Keep the Maras
few kind words for this and Professor Law away

EDITORi In your issue of May 12, it-seems Friedan which was also lobbied for by special Furniture
The Independent that Janis Mara actually stumbled upon some interest groups.
ethics when she, in her column entitled "Keepthe GEE,THERE SEEMS to be a blank space.
Florida Alligator Mailers Away," complained of everyone's Well, Ill put it next to the one in which Janis things ?
having to pay for the presentations of people. attacked one sex having to pay for the other
Sheila Draper Gary BolonoM like Norman Mailer who are obviously pushedby sex's whistles. Hmmm, I guess it fell down.
Entertainment Editor AsSOClo1e Editor "special interest groups" ((1 J especially like Oh well, it doesn't matter what you say but EDITOR For years I
this term, maybe Mara is catching onl!) what you do. I did not go to'see sexist Mailer, was misled by papers like
,Doug Hatch As a matter of fact I like the column so so I'm sure Janis didn't go to see Friedan. The Miami Herald on {'
Wire EditorGrtgFonvr much that I decided to put it on my wall nextto Right! ? I am right, aren't I 11 correct tone for
Tom Shrodcr Mara's letter condemning the payment of newspapers to follow.
Sport Editor Aut. News EditorCORRECTION everyone's money for the presentation of Betty Walt Karwicki However, since .reading

7he''AlliRatorind$ ; articles
Invite' Brosse//fo// UF by some' of: their regular'
contributors their i

In Friday's editorial. The overthrow of the govern EDITOR I ,read Janis in :criticizing macho Mailer's Brussell's long article,' on mistakes. have been ex
Alligator incorrectly statedDr. ment. ...' Dr. Gaston only Mara's column. ,of May: 12 speech, ,noted' :the lack of Watergate' (the article ,was' .posed. '
., Paul Gaston refused ,to protested the contract., with much interest,. as: she, t female'speakers presented: completed! July'1l. ...the{ 2iess' Evidently in.this ratifiedatmosphere
sign a UF:speakers contract Historian Eugene Genovese referred to the recent 'Accent- Accent.. It so happens that a than a month after break- here inGainesville
because of a clause refused to sign the contract. sponsored speech' by ,author- number of UF students have: in),, "Why Was Martha l ,separated
stipulating ,the speaker will The Alligator regrets the boor Norman Mailer., Mara,. .been trying to get Accent ,to Mitchell Kidnapped?" still from'th!,.real' world of"' non-
invite articulate women,-- of the best Watergate story every college people: (who
not ,advocate the "violent error.
,which there are many, no written. Mae's subsequent s rQctfmes..don'tknow
; < matter 'what Accent: may''Lhin'k Realist articles on the Senate what: ,is..good 'f r'' them-
but, unfortunately' Watergate Committee and selves) is conducive. for
failed to take any affirmative Army enhanced J her.'. ; CORRECT. TONE I
,;action, speech-wise.; reputation as the greatest"researcherinvestigative' mean ',know how far to'
,Since 1973, I have been belabor l : ,""'COffcct"semandcs

:,. trying to get Accent to invite journalist in America.. .. I shall start to
Mae Brussell radio per Mae Brussell would like to correct: my own ter
,sonality, author, lecturer and speak at UF. and she wouldbe minology.For. .
vone of the' best-informed willing to do so, for a lot instance no longer
M people in America. Accent less than Howard K. Smith will I use that odious
steadfastly refuses to contact<: charged. If the Accent peopleget phrase "chairman."
Brussell, even though Mae around to calling Mae in Instead, "chairperson" is
'has her own radio show in Carmel, Cal she might, be correct. But wait,this is an
/ California* rhas, :gained' } a 'able to.come here before fhe} insult to the worth of our
nation ide audience with her end of the quarter; How four-legged friends; make
Play ir1" articles, and was the about it, Accent? Are you that "criairthlng." But no, 0
'featured Speaker at the recent willing to ring an articulate, that too is wrong. How
,Assassination Information knowledgable woman to this about "furniture thing?"
Bureau convention in ostotf.J ). campus? or,maybe.SAC ...

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12x60, mobile home central heal, air House for tale' close to comput central A bonk repotted 7 month old encellent equipment crown graphic w-35 summer sublet one block' behind : t remote roomote for fell-f -
fully furnished, washer dryer,take overpayments A H 3 bdr. 2 bath family room equity condition price firm 2M| 200 speakers mm ((5'V) lent flash attached film Norman 2 bdrm. urnithed I 155 mo + util mo. ,lease. $65 + W" utilities Gotorweod
II' 79 a month. Equity negotiable" assume 1st mortgage $210.74 month at SI 100. macintosh c-2 pro omp with adapter and 2 grafmatlc $1000 worth call 378-2826 or 1003 SW 6th.Ave. (b-3t- opt, cell 379-900. (b-3t-137-p)
toll Mr.Metzlor' 378-5052 376-4426. ex 7Vt percent appointment only' $33,000 cobiMt$55Q. mac. 3103 amplifier. with for $23000 coil 473-3064 (o-5t-134-p) 138-p) 'Ibr torn. o-c. clean, quhM Ion of trees
condition (o- -135-9)) 372-5823 (o-IQ.l3l-p, ) cabinet/ S659. pioneer 6200 tuner 1100 PRECISE SOUND REPRODUCTION Aft-3o I BOlt furnished apt near strands and VA near Santo 'fe south and prairie.
r teat reel' to teeS. recorder 3300.5 1540 speakers. amplifier, DUAL turntable, hospitals ot Country Gardens central $125 me. tell 378-3458. (b- -l3)7-p) )
dual! 1229 turntable with via type car olr-dlshwosher-for 1. coil 3764008
SONY cassette dock. RIG 373-9610 (o-5s. |une Sublet: 2bdr opt for summer-open for
tridfle $330. 178-7862 (oAI.I359)lover | ) I 136-p) \ after 6 pm (b-3M38-p) fall-Country Manor-200 a moth or offer.
CMI Super- Movie Camera ROOM. Graduate and older' mole Colt 373-7460 (b- t-137-p)
dan 22
fawn mole
Zenith Color TV diagonal/ 16" width oke great student 2 block from $83
bloodline pedigree ear campus. JUNE RENT FREE-2 bdr. 2 bath apt. subletavail
.. Will take bell offer Cell Nancy :378- champion sire will Includes central air, kitchen, dryer |une IS till' sept.furn. 24)a month
cropped large
MM or 377-1646 (o-St-135-p) service' til'very ad price for proven solo $300 Mud washer all' "' 1111..... 377-8014' 11( >-&..138p 'ph 373-9696 How. VII' apt 267 (b-5t-l37.

AlTEC LANSING Speaker Originally fee negotiable ph 376-9079. (a-3M36- )__ 'P) ,
$180 each-New only $IU for the pair Pj) i. Only $60 a month to lake over lease at
Excellent shop.Mutt Mil 372-553J (a- ACREAGE the Plocc. Deposit $50 required. Must
5t-I3S-p) rent by June 1. Gary at Murphreo K 579or
TheVassar Band -
Clements toll 392.7110 (b-5)-l38-p)
68 VW fully equipped compmobik .. INC REALTOR 3774789. (o-lOMW-:
70eng 73 tram 26mpg $1699. clean l p l lFor How.VilL Apt to sublet 2 bdrm pool side-
5 a five-piece band with ready to travel!; and IT 2mon koyok part furn. June free $173. mo 373-6323
min w-poddlet $115. 372-8227 evngt sole 1968 liberty mobile" homo 12 s (b-5t'' .138-p)___
pedal steel 50 2 bedroom,/Ig.kitchen t living room,
Doug Jernigan on (o.5t-l3iH) Sublease !go. brm. In 3 brm. house thru
located 2 ml. .from excellent
Two fine guitar Glaninl classical with campus Aug. Prefer prod student. or senior 2 GREEN
condo $1700. Call 373-8819 (o-5>-l34-p)
cot $123.00 Gibson Meet, string in block from comput. Call lee at 376-
S -V beautiful condition 100.00 377-0970 or FOR RENT 5963 or 112 NW 19 St. (b-sr-llB-p) _
377-4107 anytime (o-7M35-p)
Nice opt for summer. I Bedroom $136
ALL RENTS SLASHED! mo. Pool.' Close to Shands.SW 16th St. C-
w TI-2500 calculator, +. -, a, f, chain and
mixed colcn., stared constant (Special'Summer Rate) 24 Summit Hte.378-5803 call or come by
rechargeable bolt., 6 mo*, warranty $100 so$I2S PER 110. offer 4pm. (b-S/-138-p)
All units 2 M,furnished with air. Luxury
$45 Coll 3723798. (o-5t-l37-p) feature DUPLEX 2 bdr"". available June thru

Stereo SyMem. Kenwood 3400;) receiver. ., Available for .lease through Aug. 3I'. 1976 furnished, quiet yard, porch NW 1:533:85
Dual! 1218 turntable Jensen model, 61pe01t Prairie View Mobile Village. section,$175 really nice place. 373-6393 .w. NN, wilt? ... _
Warrenty Tom 377-7727 (.-*). 37M411 373-3384 (b-St-I38-p) Tf4.alnrvsao
137-p)_ Available new tenant only! AVAILABLE NOW 2 female wonted to .2L..
May 19-20 66 Volkiwagon for sole $300.need $100 share plush bedroom 'In Gotorwood apt. Burt
worth of work good deal 373-8737 (o21.137p ((b-Si-116-p). thru august. May rent plus/ Vt June rent
OPENING ACT : COLOURS ) two roomote needed for foil' to share paid. call carol' 378-9781 (b- t-138-p) Reynolds

TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY 8 & 11:00: master beckon at gator town apt call Female roomate needed for 2 br apt 3
196S buddy mobile home 2 br 1 both .
block from campus. Own room, A-C TV
378-4147 ask for
tony (b-5t-137-p) _
central heat + air, washer, ,
TICKETS 3.50 dryer for $59-mo. i 112 utilities call liens at hecybwhep'
shed. orredondo Housetraller for rent 129 a month fur-
owning utility village
378-9728 (b-Sl-138-p)
at 371.5437 (o-ft-137-p) niiHed 2 bedroom phone 373-1169 after
5:30: p.m. available for summer (b-St. sub,lease country garden opt )June rent!
Wedding Band, & Engagement Ring ) free with option to rent for fall. I I
Traditional or Contemporary designs of 134-pJ bedroom completely furnished near
your choice. Handmade for Individual med center 373-5050 3724951b-51-138-( 1:8.2310tan,1,1515 ;
who wont the ben. Original work by- presently building 3 bdr house in NW )
1M CIIeIr w South' leading Artlri Matter. Gold sect will be ready for Sept. Reserve p}____k e,,. 5:507150
Smith and lopidiit. Unconditional One Nowll for rent room with both In country- hove 9SD1"SheilTtvin
: 1 7:15: 9:15where : Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only.' 2 bdr'i NW ted. bike, to campus pasture for hone orange lake 591267.IbAItl3Sp .
/i1 ''. W. tits 373-3894 (o-49M05-p) Over 30 apt walk to UFo ( ) _
United Real Estate Assoc,
rnadnitz/Matte1Productions/ presents 53 8-trock tape $150 for all or $3.50 per 113 NE 16th Ave Share a clean suburban home. Own
tope call 392-8426 afternoon (O-5M33- 9 om'$pm 377-6992 room $80-mo. X 1-3 utilities. Furnished, e. C
P) (b-fr-134-c) Washer-Dryer. ., A-C, TV, etc. Males. Call

For sale: Gibson Flying"V",Fender twin 2 bdrm. mobile home for rent. $110. per Roger: 378-9937. -(b-4t-135-p) is dead and living
i the reverb, beat offer call george, 377-8298 mo. $50 security depoiit. located 17 ml.
(10-5t-1U-p) west of g'ville. call glenda 376-4446, inNcwfork"T&Ottgiaal

DUPLEX: live in one tide and rent from or 472-2870 (b-fr-132-p)

other pay mortgage points Good neigh READ THIS
borhood. $5.000 down. Good term Moving anytime between Now & Sept.
liliesbloom Wayne D. Motors t Co 'Inc REALTOR. lei us rent your house or apt at no cott.
1 377-789. (o-St-134-p) United Real Estate 377-6993 (b-fr-I1S-p)

For Sale Pioneer Boll, CS-99A Speaker SUBLET |unel-oug3l' Zbdrm apt un-
350.00 pr: FIRM Serious Inquiries Only furnished, oc,carpet option rent in fall .
[gG'] United ArhshHO Coll Rob ot 3737026. (o-St-138-p) 150.00 mo.ugt office ph. 376-6720 (b-4t- SCU.IANAm
SCUBA EQUIP: Mark IV Reg Mark 11
SORRY 730: 930: alum tank + bock-pack toll Debbie: June lubiet. W Fall op. 3 bdrm house, 8 rBas
PASSES 377-7696 (o-St-138-p) 23 NW 13 Ave cen. air, big yard,
I OISCOUNTT'CkETS' matched set of beautiful diamond comfortable 250 mo. \H. June, lost mo.
.. w. I THIS ATTRACTION wedding ring white gold embeddedwith + sec. dep. no pets call lOOn 377-8703 Take out and Free Delivery on all your Favorite
diamond only 150 dollar needmoney (b-9t-134-p) Extra Delicious Submarines and Regular Sandwiches.
julie Christie goldie hewn. bad worth 300 dollar 372-7893 fm roomie 3 bdrm house near uf 66.67
,, ((0-3M38-P) mn. 50 S.D.3 utilities available 6.1
I 1424 6 place phone 372-3224 b-5t- 3771090Chuck's'"Chomper"
warren ttyfmmColumbaPidures dual 1216 turntable with odc230xe nw (
"" cartridge bate cover CD4 cables $ 40.00 134-p)
( (PR] JI 1 yr old buying a dual 701 call Norman V.* JUNE RENT fREEI! Summer. sublet 2
A P-B/ /ista Feature ot 377-2138 ((8-3)) 377-1853 (o-5t-l38-p) bdrm, cln city apt a-c pool, bu to
Stereo: Pioneer 7371 PLA 4501 Empire campus, available June 19th call 372- Premium Ham Hot Pastrami
1pI... All e.coplpk. 2442 anytime (b-3t-134-p)
new warranty & melted cheese. $1.25MON.THURS.
SGP PRESENTS but mint. Car couette wi FM stereo t sublet opt granada, 2 bdr, I IV\.* bath, o-c
spits $89. 378-9192. (o-5M38-p' ) heat, dishwih, shag carpet, pool $190
mo.Available (June '19 Call 373-6064 (b- FRI. 9 .
MOBILE HOME furnished air cond. 10 s
9 a.m.-6 aniV
50 good condition t good location call 9M34-P SAT 9 p.m.
for detail $2100. or makoffer. 378-8972 2 bent Apt. Sublet Furnished 130 per .
(g.3t.l38-p) mth. 9 bibs from UF 1823 NW 9 Av No. 2 107 N.'Main (Directly' acres from 1,l Nofl.. Bank)
after 6 Available 6-19
CANOE shells-fiberglan 18 ft. do your pm (b-9t-l34-p)

own woodwork $130 377-7923 (o-3t- 2 female roommate wanted for own
F F 138-p) room In 3-bedroom house apartment. 3
block from 50f 1-3
t Far Sole 71 Honda CB500 only' 8.000 campus utilitymove
in June 373-8008
anytime now or
t miles like New, Olive green $750 Call ,
after 2 pm 372-5486 (a-5t-134-p)

.. ... Apartment to sublet close to campus 2
R'E pool 2 laundry center 2 bedroom
AARON( "furnished central air 193$ month
Summit House Apt No. 827 Ph 377-4460 I

E GREEN quiet conservative male roomate I'SlC'HALt
E wanted to share summit house 2br opt.
Will $49.79-month '. utilities call dove
or mickey 378-76760v.nlngl. (b-5H30- 233 W. Univ. AVI. & 377-3013

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sublet 2b.r. + own rm, both + one mother trucker to
a.c. In large house completely furnished half ton 64 chevy truck new Inip buy tucker o one other to shore two bdrm house with Gainesville resident to workin SMOKE YOUR I.D. PHOTOS
9000-mo. utillti+ ** Incl.:! pet ok 6 block radio 6 cyl 4 tpd $500 or bargain couple move in sept $75 plus retail music More full time Include HEALTH AWAYI) passports, resumes, ond applications
tram school 372-8240 (b-5M35-p) down'to $499 ph 3770801 c-3l-)37.)m* utilities bILl from campus vegiei f evenings and weekend This I I. not just STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS natural" tyll portraits. 377-0797 camera
) pm ( non smokers preferred. 373-0835 (e-5t- o summer position. Preferably be ableto METHOD. LOSE WEIGHT TOO. PRIVATE work studio 1219 W. Univ.;Ave. (m-20l.
In two bedroom, duplex for Pj
own room l2tE2) read music at minimum mutt bo able APPOINTMENT. THEODORE REISS 372- 91-p)
female. available Tune lit $80- Conservative
but fun
mature roommatefemqioneeded looking for garage apartment have to play guitar at beginner to intermediate 7008 otter 5pmsr127p(| )
for fall close
with option to for the WIRED FOR SIGHT
month summer. Shore
room in good reference l level and
and preferably banjo
call 377-7998 _(b.5t.135-) Brondywlne Apse Special colt would like to BERSERK BLACK KITTEN free to the right "Th Eyeglass Super Mart"
rote of $50
rumpus a r.n'lOOn. call dee or lee 378-6361 keep at beginner level In order to demonstrate
Need Apt. For Summer? The Place month. Coll Barb 378-2236 (c.2t.I37.p>) trying (e-5t-136-p I ) those instruments. Must hove person cuter than a beebonnet smaller UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
than breadbox 8 wks old 376-0779 Am5053c
a .
month Best 300SW4lhAv* 378-4480
Summer. Special $60 per 2 roomotet (prefer couple thorough knowledge of current popular
) to share 3 looking for
a roomate Need n.tes (|2t-137.p)
call Allen 392-87(5 b-5t- easy going ( )
offer In town ( bedroom house nor campus large female to shore house rock music ond working knowledge of J
apt or
yard central starting classical. Position Involves sales work Ride easier this summer on new 90Ib psltires
36-p)) oc no pets move o-IS $125 fall If Interested call J
392-7808 or 378- typing IBM Correcting' Selectric II call
thai fit standard 27x1 rim just $6
furnished sublet + V* ulil, Carrie & Bud checking in merchandise. ordering, ond
to 377-8703
.two bedroom opt (e-3t- 4215 Ask for Ann. (c-5t-136-p) Mary 372-1728 after 4. (m-5t-135-p)
'38-p multitude of additional Also heavy duty hutchinson' tew-upt.
month. with option 'lo 1) responiibilitietThis
,lease during-for summer year brondywin opt: call JUNE _RENT FREE females__needed Roomot wanted' easy going, cleanhonest il o busy establishment/ and require Revere 521 W. Univ A... (|I.5t.137-c1)

373-616'otter Swill borgdrv'b-JM36-! ( ;sublet 2 bdrm opt In The Pines to person l 'to split exp pf 2bed 2bth "an' aggressive\ 'Individual Interested in .Jf you ore pregnant Qrtd you need help, .. ,- ee
bn- y h' ', ? '. luxury opt w-pool oc quiet cheap nw'sectAall: + j,04JlgJo, ) :Wo.ki+ rd."rior Coll 377U94724t| .
PJ 'U.tig'1all''oft., : 3.30 31r.1.es'f forbore f gnus U-1"'r. we core. birthright
!',377-0571'ofMiOOdly: (c-5t>l36-pl') retail store
sales work In a preferred
info1 128-p)
2 bedroom house For tummer rent. (e-10H38p) ___
large 3 Male Roommates Needed for Fall reference required. Call 373-0617 forIntervl.w
from west. Call 378- COED' facial hair removed 4
Two blocks library female per. Cinema
roommate immed. own Windmeodows Ask Bill .
room Apts 2 br. 75 dollars per for ( -.2f.1JS.c1ARTIST : ) I
b-5t-l36-p) Gall Edmund Dwyer. --
( manently.
7354 centrol heat-oir
wather C dryer inside month Call 377-8288 Ask for Miles, After
able $.e9 mo. plus utilities. 376-7500/ 3 Wonted Immediately) Art electrologist over 20 years experience
rental houses pm e-3t-137p
listings )
look at our .
after 5, weekends needed for national ad competition In Call 372 6039 ((l-fr-107-t)
mobile homes and opt. before you pay, anytime (c.2t.I381) neat responsible Female to share 2br. Washington D.C., fee negotiated call 1
anyone o fee. Joel Bridge, realtor 404) For Fall I or 2 female 'to shore 2 opt., gatortown beg fall qtr. $50 ross 373-8704 or Jamie 378-4857. to show Wonted 2 fem. roomatet working at Robert Redford
SW 4th Av*. (b-fr-127-e)_ bedroom 2 bath opt. clot lo campus security dep. $100-mo + V, utilities., Coll work. (e-a-138-p) Disney this, summer to share opt. 'In
sublet sum quarter 3 bedr. In the Pines country garden call mary 373.9188 (c- bobbl 376-0135 (c.5t.137plStud.n' ) Orlando. Call Lorn: 378-8981 or Kay: 3:15 The
5t.138.p) 378-8762 for Info. (|-5t-135-p)
$200-ach for whole sum Own AUTOS
opt wonted for Summer-own roomin 5:20 Great
room. Washer dryer In apt. Coll( Steve or Female roommate for summer qtr. In plush furnished opt No hassles w- 69 Pontiac Tempest OHC 6 good condition I need a homel 4 mo. old terrier has all
Jim 373-7832 (b-5t-35-p! )_ Gatortown opt., own room 6500 direct lease-option for next fall Must be new exhaust system C water shots ond it house-trained. Adorable. 7M Waldo Pepper

female wanted share 3bdroom house bu rout. Call 378-4147 furnished with mature 377-1144 Barry (c-5t-37-p! ) pump asking $700 Coll Sue ot 373-7595 Coll 392-0464. ':30

3minutt from campus for summer new shag carpet, AC (c-1M38-p) Wonted, responsible female roomate (g.3t.138-P I ) PG

quarter. Uniquely styled hoi alot of wonted 2 fern to shore a big matter bdr beginning fall 'to share room In 2 bdrm. 63 VW with. 56 mp 65 engine recently' LOST FOUNDSchwinn
character to it. call lisa 377-7398 (b-5t- In o 2 bdr opt Right. across the street opt. $61.25 mo+Vi utilities, near campus overhauled great transportation $495 continental Green lOsp. from 2
136-P) from campus' Call( 376-0028 or 377- Call liso-Penlse 392.7630 (c-5t-135-p) 3738225 (g-5t-l38-p) Jm. area Tues am. Please return 3745 The
wanted female 0999. for fall quarter. (c-2t-l3Bp) Bth 373-1850 leave in 5:25
roommate roomat for wonted nw ave or tarn
2 bedroom trailer GT and 63000
by sept or 1970 Opel yellow black Getaway PG
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By MARK JOIINSON to begin. But'once the rain finally subsided and the infield Smith fastball about 440 feet over the left-center field fence to
Alligator Sports Writer puddles were squeegied off, the pre-game activites were held give Rollins a seven-run margin. '
in to relielve Smith, Todd
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before a handful of wet but faithful fans.
Dave Fuller had to laugh. IN THE ceremony, Fuller, was presented two plaques one Munson added a two-run triple in the eighth, and Jim
Not only did it rain before his last home game as head by former Gator football great great Jimmy Kynes, Sr., the Poropatich a bases-loaded walk in the ninth to add the final
coach of the Gator baseball team; not only did a damp, other by director of Gator boosters Gene Ellison After Fuller insults to the Gators humiliation.Meanw'hile .
lifeless throng of no more than 70 or 80 people show up for the came up to speak, next year's head coach Jay Bergman the UF hitters could manage but four singlesoff
Dave Fuller the pitching of Blake Lorenz and Bill Miller as they were
Appreciation Day activities before the game. formally retired Fullers number 26.
BUT THEN his team had to show their "appreciation" by "As the inclement weather proved to me, this just wasn'tmy shutout for only the second time all season.
losing to Rollins College by the ridiculous score of 10-0 thus year," Fuller announced. The hitters fared little better in Saturday's game, but fresh
insuring their retiring coach of his fifth losing season in 28 "I've enjoyed my experiences in baseball a lot off man pitcher Bruce Baker allowed only five hits and one
years at the helm of the Gators. memorable things have happened. You know I went to Wake unearned run in upping his record to 7.1, by far the best on
However, the team managed to salvage some pride on Forest and graduated from North Carolina, but I feel like a the staff. Baker ended the season with 20 and one-third
Saturday by ending their season with a 2.1 victory at Rollins, Florida alumnus." consecutive innings without giving up an earned run.
thus giving the Gators a 23-25 record,their fourth consecutive Once the game finally began, Rollins shelled starting The Gators' offense was supplied by catcher Jim Joiner,
23-win year.It pitcher John Chappell,in the fourth, fifth and sixth inningssix who tagged a seventh-inning 0-2 delivery over the right field
appeared before the final home finale on Friday that runs on five hits and four walks before Wilkie Smith ca fence for a two-run homer. The blast tied the UF school
there wasn't going to be a home finale as the skies opened up me on in relief. David Hall, who had smashed a two-run triple record of eight round-trippers in one season set in 1973 by
about the time the Appreciation Day activities were scheduled off Chappel in the fifth, led off the seventh by creaming a 3.2 John Fuller, the retiring head coach's son.

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Fourth straight SEC title ,. ,...


taken by Bishop's Gators c-S' ..

By PAT McGRATH out of 11 tournaments and of course we still Bailey, who came through with a sparkling
Alligator Sports WriterIn have the big one next month (the NCAA). But 73, simply hung around par while the rest of ,
these boys have been a thrill to be with and the field slowly dropped off the pace. :... ;. ;,. ; t.
Major League baseball it was the New they are 100 per cent University of Florida." Bishop had high praise for the hard .' ,
York Yankees. In the NBA it was the Boston ORGINALLY THE TOURNAMENT was working Bailey, calling his round "Just '.".Ti'i'"
Celtics. In Pacific 8 basketball it's been supposed to end on Saturday, but Friday's beautiful." It now appears that Bailey will be LJ'f .
UCLA and now, in Southeastern Conference second round was washed out by heavy selected for the NCAA tournament as his .", ..; .
golf: it is the UF Gators. morning rains, thus forcing the finale chief competition, freshman Dallas Aplegren, ....'' ">JU\\m. ..'
Dynasties are a rare mystique in sports, but yesterday. shot a 78 in the final round for a 231 total. (: );; .. T'.
the Gators, after wrapping up a record third "Our scores weren't as low,today as they Bailey totalled 226. "J"I; ; .
consecutive SEC championship by 11 strokesover were in the first two rounds but there was a lot Senior Denny Sullivan? shot 71.74.77222for ,'
LSU at the Olympia Spa golf club in of tension out there," said Bishop. the Gators while Ben Duncan, who shot : \ .
Dothan, Ala., yesterday, appear to be as UF's total of 1,101 to LSU's 1,110 makes it 73-71, good enough for second place after two .. ,....
unbeatable as the aforementioned appear that the Gators coasted home, but rounds, slipped to an 80 yesterday for a total
}. powerhouses. that is not entirely true. After grabbing a six of 226. : .

JUNIOR PIIIL HANCOCK nailed down stroke lead in the first round Thursday, the IN THE BATTLE for the individual title, ;t .. ....., .,.H, ..: (
the individual championship by shooting a 71 defending champions saw it dwindle to three Hancock) Bean, and Lee were all tied after 16 'k ;
in the final round for a total of 214, two under after the second'as the Bengal en, led by holes., But on the' par' 4,404 yard 17th, r.... : ;/:::}' : \":"';" .
Lee's two under par 70, made Bean's Hancock, 'who was to the left of the green -------
par.Teammate Andy Bean, who also shot 71, prediction of a runaway a little shaky. behind a sand trap, pitched into the cup for a UF IS NUMBER ONE AGAIN
was second at 215 and Stan' Lee of LSU "A, lot 'can happen real quick on, a golf birdie and the championship. .Buster Bishop makes it knownpar
placed third at 216. course: and a'three shot lead isn't much," said "I. can't say enough about Bean and I
"This is the best season I've ever had," said Bishop. Hancock,": said the jubiliant Bishop. everywhere in the country and 111 tell you,
elated coach Buster Bishop. "We've won nine BUT HANCOCK, BEAN and senior Bob, "They've criss-crossed. each other and beaten there are no two finer amateurs anywhere."

1-? : UF track team finishes. dismal 4th at SEC's I

; By RICK ADELMAN, Volunteers, the Southeastern'Conferen"ce THE VOLS, under the and it wasn't even close. but finished at the rear of the "Par ran an unbelievablerace
\ Assistant Sports Editor (SEC) track guidance of Coach Stan The men from 'Knoxville pack. Carnes then scratchedhim ," said Gator assistant
1\4 .championship- is almost like Huntzman, captured their racked up a record 215 team from the 220. coach Roy Benson. "He ran
heroin. 12th consecutive outdoor title points defeating second "THANK GOODNESS for his last quarter in 58 seconds
: For the Tennessee It's habit forming. in Baton Rouge this weekend place finisher Mississippi St< our depth or we wouldn't have and that is really sprinting.
,by a whopping 122 points. done this well" said Car I'm really happy for him."
,., Louisiana ,St. (LSU) ,nes, sighting Noel BESIDES. RAMBO, the
finished third with 90 points Grays fourth place finish in only other Gator to'finish
while the Gators totaled 67 the 440 yard dash and Bill second was pole vaulter. Will
points for fourth place. Kovach's third place in the Freeman.
THE GATORS, who have discus. Freeman cleared 16'6"
rt7 had more than their share of Tennessee's Paul Me- while LSU's Bob Anding won'
,injuries this year. watched Mahen tossed the discus the 'event with a conference
three more men fall by the 18110" breaking the old record vault of 17'2".
j ;wayside when Mike Sharpe, conference record of 180'2" The former record of
." "" 'Beaufort Brown,'and Stanley set' by UF's John Morton in 17'iyk" was held by Gator
Harris all came- up with leg 1967. great Mike Cotton.
a. problems. The Gators did not have ONE BRIGHT spot for,the
"After the 440 relay any individual winners but Gators was Steve Gomez's
Sharpe took one triple jump two school records ''were set. performance in the 880.
i ;1 but he had to drop out,"explained SENIOR BOB Rambo The Colonie, N.Y
a disappointed UF broke his own record when he sophomore passed three
x head coach Jimmy Carnes. clocked a 50.7 in the 440 runners in the last 10 yards to
L "Stanley has ,been: nursing. intermediate hurdles finish third in 1:50.9.:
''strained hamstring muscle although he finished second ,Bob Smith of LSU won the
r ) ;1.. and Beaufort got a knot in his behind LSU's Carey Schimpf. race l in i 1:49.4.:
hamstring:;' Sophomore Par Wallin UF's mile relay team of
Harris won his :100)( yard"dash came in fourth in the :three
Doerr Curt
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mile but his 13:46.7
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k from, left: Mike Sharpe, Stanley,Harris and Beaufort Blown all sustained Injuries did compete in the finals, school record. new Gray place, with and a Gomez 3:10.4 got clocking.) ,third

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the 1974-75 season.The 10-0 Gator loss to Rollins marked the end of the Dave Fuller Era.

Fuller had announced the close of the current season, .his 28th as head baseball coach: at

UF, would be his last Although there was a road name remaining to be played, Friday's j'

shntont defeat was the last chance for local fans to show their appreciation for Fuller before ..

the veteran skipper tamed the reins over the Jay Bergman. ,
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