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! By JUDY MOORE of six Group Two candidates in the May 6 *
I ,* AUlKatorStaffWrlttr election, leaving Ann Winnie AI Muzzell. *
Gainesville attorney Aaron Green and James Hyland and James Shelton behind. *
'Green Williams' / / former City Commissioner Ted Williams Green acquired 2,305 votes with Williams *
I I square off today in their final battle I for Mayor receiving 1,719 in the first election. **
Neil Butler'sacated city commission seat. DIRECTOR OF ELECTIONS, Alma
,* The winner will be sworn in at noon Bethea said she expects a light voter turnout II
Thursday along with re-elected commissioner today, probably about 12 per cent of the ,*
Joseph Little in ceremonies at City HalL registered voters. ,*
face voters today THE POLLS CLOSE at 7 p.m. and all "We base our predictions on the number of *
[ votes are expected to be tabulated no later absentee ballots we mail out. We've only sent *
than 8 p.m. An official canvassing of resultswill out 77 absentee ballots," she said. *
be held 10 a.m., Wednesday. *
>*> Green and Williams emerged from a field (See 'Election'. page three) *
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file stolen


Ny JOE MORAN ,. -
Alligator Staff WriterA :" ,. '.?1 r1f.c, : -
file containing information about charges against former
Gainesville Eight defendant Scott Camil were stolen from the 4\
house of an investigator for Camil's attorney, Monday.The .
file, containing transcripts of interviews with witnessesto
the shooting of Camil on March 31 by agents of the Federal
Drug Enforcement Agency was stolen from the home of Bill
Cassel a UP law student and a clerk for Camil's attorney,
Larry Turner.
ALONG WITH THE file a television set was taken
sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday. The theft
was discovered by Cassel when he returned to his house and :, Y t {< a aTt
found the front and back doors standing open.
Several other items of equal or greater value were left un-
disturbed by the thief. Cassel said.
Camil said several similar incidents have occurred in the

past including:
e A burglary in attorney Carol Scott's office while Scott was
representing him in a 1972 kidnapping trial.
.A burglary at Camil's residence during the same year
during which a membership list containing the names of
Vietnam Veterans Against the War was taken.
The disappearance of Turner's brief case on an airline
flight during the Gainesville Eight trial. _IZL,
And the disappearance of a film script based on Camil's
book about the Gainesville Eight Trial which was taken from
the apartment of a film company representative.
CAMIL SAID NONE of the cases were solved.
While the tile on the Camil case was missing from Cassel's
house no other papers were removed from the file container
which: had been moved from its place in back room of the t $F
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After Cassel's house was checked for fingerprints, the file
container was taken to the Gainesville Police Department for AGENT INVESTIGATES THEFT I
further inspection Cassel accompanied the investigator who
took the tiles to the police station. .not the first time Camil information stolenContract



hassles keep campus buses Idle I


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: .'..? /1 ., ; ':" ; ::' By MICHAEL MYERS expected.The .
: ; Alligator Staff Writer present contract would have run out in
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/' >!"',.' Bonnie Jones, coordinator of Traffic and written in order to put the buses to use.
: <1h .r Parking at UF said the air conditioned buses Peterson said the buses are getting a
were purchased with a federal grant which thorough check while they are not in use.
requires they be used only if it is possible for a "Although it's not a very good situation, it
l TRrw' + T. """''''''''''''''''" passenger to transfer from a city bus to a does have its good aspects. This gives us a

.. ..J. : campus bus.Currently. chance to try all the.buses out. to get all the
""" .. :$.. .. ,> ,-,, .,; a person can ride a UF bus onlyif bugs out before we put them into use"
k he has a UF bus pass. Peterson said.
Jones said an amendment to UF's present The vehicles will be used as soon as possible
',,. ," ",.,. contract with the Regional Transit System is because the maintenance costs on the old
w being worked on to conform to the grant's buses are too high.
requirements. "We need to put coin boxes in the new
The amendment must .be reviewed and buses and arrive at an agreement with the
t. I ,' passed by the Board of Regents before the university as to how much to charge:'
; buses will: be used, Peterson said. He added present bus passes
i, Jones said the buses should 'be"in use will remain valid.
_;;; wn.n ....r "I, "within the next few weeks." Peterson said there are two ways of runningthe
photo by thomas whit Ken Peterson, director of the Regional system. One 'way would be for the
AIR-CONDITIONED CHARIOTS Transit System,said difficulties arose because
4 ready for the! .contract, ,to put them on.the road the, husrs.arriied'1bsee! months earlier than ..tSee, '.8use ;/.i,page three: )




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VIENNA (UPI!) A smiling Secretary of State Henry prediction. tuesday/
Kissinger took Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko by Kissinger was meeting a Kremlin leader for the first time
the arm Monday and led him into America's first post. since the Communist conquest of South Vietnam and

Vietnam diplomacy with the Russians."I Cambodia.The .
think we'll make some progress here," Kissinger told American showed no glumness. He wore his smile /capsule
newsmen. throughout his greeting of Gromyko who, either affected by
Progress on a Soviet-American .treaty limiting offensive' the Kissinger charm or three decades of Kremlin diplomacy,

nuclear weapons headed Kissinger's program for his, talks suddenly,began smiling. for the I photographers :
with Gromyko; "A'seniof'Am'erican'official, who traveled.the Kissingerparty WiI'dman'hangs"self' :

Gromyko, said by a senior U.S. official traveling with from Washington Sunday, told newsmen Kissinger
Kissinger to be aiming at probing the American position on hopes the Vienna meeting could unleash a string of events
the Middle East, appeared at the Americans' hotel in a leading to President Ford and General Secretary Leonid rather than go home
Russian limousine led by four motorcyclists and two autos full Brezhnev signing the arms pact when the Russian visits
of security men. Washington in the fall.
The Russian bent his mouth in a sort of a smile when But the official stressed.that Kissinger would make no new BUSHNELL FLA. (UPI)-An oriental "wildman" who

Kissinger as nonchalant as Gromyko is dour removedhis proposals to Gromyko. was captured in a central Florida swamp over the weekend
right hand from a pants pocket and greeted the Russian. What Kissinger aimed at was getting the Russian to agreeto hanged himself in his jail cell Monday apparently because he
Kissinger, ending lunch at the Sacher Hotel Red Bar with both countries sending orders to their disarmament found out authorities were trying to send him back to his
his wife Nancy, was asked by newsmen if he expected to make negotiators meeting in Geneva to work on agreement of the native Taiwan, the Sumter County Sheriffs office said.
any progress with Gromyko in their Monday and Tuesday technical aspects of such treaty matters as how one power Sheriffs Deputy Don Clark said officials found the man,
talks. The Secretary 'replied with the "some progress" could be sure the other was living up to the limitations. tentatively identified as Hu Tu Mi, hanging from his jail cell

at 5:10: P.M. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Lake

I Foes hit $30 billion arms bill County The manwho Hospital had in been Leesburg.living on alligators, birds and other

swamp creatures for months, was surprised while eating in a

WASHINGTON (UPI-Defense) spending critics Monday the service academies. sawgrass swamp and captured over the weekend.
attacked a $32-billion weapons procurement bill in a Stratton failed in an effort to include the women's admission Clark said officials of he U.S. Border Patrol arrived at he
legislative battle that includes an effort to get women admitted provision when the committee drafted the measure, Sheriffs office Monday to ask the man to sign papers which
to service academies.The mainly because of complaints that it would subject women to would enable him to go back to Taiwan voluntarily.
big authorization measure came to the House floor for combat assignments. However, Mi, a crewman on a Liberian frieghter who had
the start of voting on amendments. The Senate planned to Stratton reworded his proposal to get around the objectionand escaped from a hospital security ward when he found out his
start debate later this week on its $30.3 billion version of the to permit commanders to exempt females from combat fellow crewman wanted to send him back to Taiwan, refusedto
same measure. training or assignment while requiring that they be admittedto sign the papers and became frightened, Clark said.
Backers the house measure argued in general debate on any of the service academies as an otherwise fullfledgedcadet. Clark said the man hanged himself with his belt in the cell
the bill last week that the daring rescue of the Mayaquez .. where he was being held on breaking and entering charges
merchant ship and its crew from he Cambodians was a sound The committee, anticipating a heavy assault in the house pending findings of immigration officials
reason for keeping a strong military force able to move from the liberal, 75-member democratic freshman class, Earlier Monday, the man, described as contented, was
quickly and strike forcefully. slashed $3.7 billion on its own from the Pentagon's $35.7 chewing on cooked pepper steaks and spooned-up canned
Major efforts in the several amendments pending on the billion request for 15 months ending Sept. 30,1976. peaches.
measure center on cutting back the House Armed Services Liberals claimed the committee cuts were insufficient and

Committee proposal.by Rep. Samuel Stratton, D-N.Y., also misleading, since $1.3 billion of the total cut was for militaryaid ... .. '. .'). ..
wants to write language into the bill dealing with women and to South Vietnam, which is now a moot issue. .. '. .'
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(UPI!) The Justice enactment ot this legislation." llie Senate bill would make possession or :' -':'

Department, long on record against Miller left standing an earlier sentence in non-profit transfer of up to one, ounce of
decriminalizing use of marijuana, has shiftedto his prepared statement that said he was marijuana a civil offense only, punishable bya
"no position" until Attorney General appearing before the senate juvenile tine of up to $100. Miller said it would be
Edward Levi! makes up his mind, a deliquency subcommittee "on behalf of the difficult if not impossible to enforce. Yt 4
spokesman said Monday. department of justice.. Miller also said a softening of U.S. policy

Levi!, sworn in Feb. 7, has not yet "focusedon A department spokesman said Miller, the toward marijuana users could weaken
marijuana spokesman said. DEA's'chief cooperation other countries give towards U.S.
use a counsel, was asked to delete his
First indication that the Justice Depart. final sentence to prevent the department from effort to control illegal heroin and cocaine.He .
ment is uncommitted Wednesday said many of these nations consider
now came being locked into a position of opposing
when Donald Miller of the department's Drug decriminalization. marijuana as a more serious problem than the
Enforcement Administration testified against hard-drug traffic they have agreed to help theU.S.
a Senate decriminalization bill. "That. has been the position in the past" control.
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the spokesman said. But he said Levi and The decriminalization legislation is being
On a last-minate signal from the depart Deputy Attorney General Harold Tyler Jr. sponsored in the Senate by Sens. Jacob Javits, I
ment's Office of Legislative Affairs Miller "have' not looked into the issue. Where he R.-N.Y. Edward Brooke, R.-Mass., Alan 1 k
drew a line through the final sentence of his (Levi) comes down and when. I don't know at Cranston. D.-Calif., and Gaylord Nelson. D.- U.S. ATTY. GEN. EDWARD LEVI!

prepared text that had stated; '"Therefore the this point. I don't think it is one of his priority Wis...and in the House by Rep. Edward Koch. ', ,, hasn't decided on grass decriminalization I
Department of Justice recommends against issues. D..N.Y,

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The lnd.t,.fldnt Florida Alligator Tv*.J.y.May 20, W, ,...3



I City's. first only,. block mayor. steps.I down I

By JUDY MOORE equality. Gainesville and PUSHED FOR a semi-paved street
Alligator Staff Writer Looking over a desk piled with last minute only four traffic in which the property owners would
Gainesville's first black commissioner since paper work in his -spacious city hall office "Today, be assessed any cost. Today, every street
reconstruction and the first black mayor in Butler admitted he will miss serving on the Gainesville is a is paved or in the process of .
history leaves office Thursday after serving six commission. cleaner city. paved." he said.
years on the Gainesville City Commission. "YOU KNOW THE old saying about when Gainesville now outgoing commissioner said he felt his
Mayor Neil Butler will preside over his last anyone is first elected to town council they The city housing accomplishment while in office was
commission meeting at 10:45 a.m. Thursday immediately have their eyes on the White dinance have of the Regional Utilities Board
to wrap up unfinished city business. He will .House. There is a certain intangible Gainesville," ( )'
step'side at noon Jo the winner of the Aaron a(satisfaction' in holding public office. It's really Butler said RUB consists of a ,board of city and
Green-Ted Williams race'BUTLER a good feeling to serve the people," Butler city have improved commissioners who determine utility
SERVED as mayor com said. continuedThe "town and gown" and rates.
missioner in 1971.72.as well as. 197475., In departing mayor said he doubts if he "NEITHER THIS BOARD was created
1972 when he was re-elected to the commission will run for city commission again, but he other as they once was no cooperation between the city and
he received the highest vote total in plans to run for another political office,next cowboys both company. My only regret is that the
Gainesville history with 7,314 votes. year, possibly the state legislature, neither wanting is made up of strictly elected officials
Butler's most cherished accomplishments, "I think I have served the city well and have said.When no private citizens as I had originally
while a commissioner, include the formationof done all that I could do as a city com Butler ." Butler said.
the Regional Utilities Board (RUB), the missioner. I think I could better serve the said he was is also proud of his role in per
requirement of resumes for applicants to city people in another position." Butler said. by both the black the commission to require resumes
boards, and advances made toward racial BUTLER WAS BORN and raised in "The black applicants to city boards.
an immediate end I came on the commission, board
didn't realize that were chosen very informally, almost
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1a. r: couldn't be taken patronage. In requiring resumes,
; said. more, responsible, qualified people
+R +' AND THE and we can place them on boards i in
my election to they are most knowledgeable" he said,
the black SEES unification of city and
"I used to get governments) as a means of alleviating
both,sides. Some of the city's financial and planning
my house down," .
Butler said his --
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think I came out
about every vote,"
Butler said man
occurred since
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be called "

lover",, But people
express their
ostracized.." Butler .
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aMAYOR
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BUTLER MEETS JOE WALLER student walkout in I I''

in heated debate last fall "I 1 was only
graduating, but I :
later decided that
.,' would be no one' vrr"I
Administrators to be cut to get students
stayed' he said.
Butler said

voluntarily says senate called"Oreo""SOME everything.

The Florida Senate Monday instructed! the coordinating efforts to pass the spending bill said I should be
Board of Regents to come up with voluntary ,which his Ways and Means Committee there.: I really ) NEIL BUTLER
'administration cuts in the state'un.ersities.b'ut ; completed a week and a half ago. strongly prejudiced proclamations part of the job
killed a mandatory 15 per cent 'cut in Saunders' has opposed cuts in universities made," he said.
universities administration.. fundings and voted against the mandatory Butler said since government ,needs to be reorganized.
Senators put ott until Wednesday the final administration cut which was first considered tension in day there is a needless waste of money.
vote on the state budget, which includes about Thursday before being reconsidered today. practically nothing. could streamline the 'government, we
$Ib.2 million more for the universities' than. After passage of he budget, expected Butler said since save '25'per cent.of our expenses,
was spent, after cutbacks, this year. sometime today, senate and house conferees advances have citizens should have the same avenues
Chancellor-Designate E.T. York, on hand will reconcile differences between the differing equality. ress'their grievances. This is not now
lor the senate debates on administration cuts l versions of he budget. BUTLER SAID A unified government would:bring
said he "docs not expect" any amendments Both versions of the universities budgetsare there were only about", Butler said. ,
from he floor to cut. funds from the essentially the same, and differ only force and no black will have some extra time on' his
universities, but 'will be following the $800.0000 in the amount of increase for "We now have beginning Thursday afternoon, but he
proceedings today just in case. 'system-wide general education ex about 15 black : has plenty to keep him busy. He has
Sen. Bob Saunders. D-Gainesville is penditures. complished to teach in UF's department of
Program in health and family medicine, and
I groups are given a his doctorate to. complete in ad
Busesfrom program. It has counselling.
( page one) buses were purchased in order to improve and said. said he hoped) now he might be able
passenger to pay his tare and then get 'a expand the present transit system. .Butler said in ,up 'on the hunting, fishing and
transfer ticket when arriving at the campus. "The new system was set up primarily to unpaved streets in /: with his family that he hasn't had
The other possibility would be for the serve all of Gainesville. It will be city-and black community. 'for these past six years
passenger to pay a fare both for the city and county-wide. There will be' eight city routes : ; :
the campus bus., and ,six cities in the county will be 'served.
Five new buses are already'in Use on the city: There will. also,be, night service." Peterson

routes according ,to Peterson., He ,said the, said.. .
(from ) |percent turnout.
Affirmative action control SANTA FE Community College
'(lie May 6 on West University followed with 264
I \otes for aii 18 per 'of the 1,932 registered for 13.5. per
on county commission agenda absentee ballots.
IN THAT student who i is registered and lives
The Alachua 1 : County Commission will meet proposed, bond issue which would allow' the: predominantly Gainesville's city limits is eligible to
tomorrow to review the progress of the County to begin road improvments immediately lowest voter turnout 1 : in today's election.
countv's Affirmative Action plan. instead of waiting for sufficient The J. Wayne place are J. Wayne Reitz Union
Charles Morgan..county:engineer, will also Mate funds_ to accumulate.: students voting ol mtus as well ,S several off campus
'present the agreement between. Alachua: Percent turnout. They include JJ, J Finley= School at
County and ,he Department. ..orf', Tranportationff .. -,, The,?.meeting will be,held, in the Alachua ,P.K.'Yonge school NW' 5>th Ate.; P.K.: ,Yonge School,.at
: ,$ : .road:bond:fund*", ',".., ?, Coynl: | Conxmission: meeting "roomy! : oa.;the ;idistric reported.' SW. 1 JIb) $t; ami 1 Santa Fe Community: ,: .'

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I Bill puts-m"ore bitein Landlord-Tenant Act I

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DEBBIE IBERT from the tenant.
By
Alligator Staff WriterA REQUIRE LANDLORDS to post bond
house subcommittee on consumer law on the total amount of security deposits and
teeth into advance rents held to insure all tenant
Monday okayed a bill putting more
.. ',. tenants' rights under the 1973 Landlord money. Current law requires the landlord to
Tenant Act after slashing the 16-page bill in post a maximum bond of $50,000 even if
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amount td over SI million
holdings Becker
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tlm '(1 I':it I.JI: ',I.,) I, the ne bill.ohhe'- :"most which controversy would 'f nSHf sections permitted m(".I ';lake: F tfie" landlord1"( liable to pay'court

T tenants to make their own repairs and deduct costs as well as punitive damages for "in-
that cost from their rent -was cut out by the tentionally failing" to furnish tenants with
.; subcommittee according to the bill's sponsor those services guaranteed in the rental
E such as water heat,
Rep. Alan Becker D-Miami Beach. agreement light,
BECKER'S LEGISLATIVE aide. Ron power gas, telephones refrigerators, and
N Book said they would attempt to' put the ,janitorial service.
/ eliminated section back l into the bill before it The original 16-page bill was chopped up in
IIf.! before the full House Judiciary Com subcommittee because the chairman, Rep.
A ". goes mittee for consideration next:wrek. Charles Papy Jr., D-Coral. Gables did not
;' "I'll. be satisfied if I only get the bill out of want to consider provisions in the bill which
N 1 (Judiciary)committee this year so it will be on had been covered in other bills passed by the
special order for next year," Becker added. subcommittee."THE .
': bill BIGGEST CHUNK of the sectionscut
T The Miami attorney said the e'.ght-page
is an "attempt to correct oversights and close were taken out because: of duplication,"
loopholes "left in the 1973 Landlord-Tenant Staff Director Helena Grotegut said.
5I law. which spells out the rights and Becker maintained however "Most of the
responsibilities of landlords and tenants bill's important provisions are still intact -
under their rental agreements. either in other bills or in the amended version
DESPITE THE REMOVAL of the tenants' (of his own bill)."
R'S option to deduct the cost of repairs from their Two bills by Rep. Earl Hutto. Panama
rent. Becker maintained that his bill makes City strengthen!the tenants'rights in disputes
important contributions to tenants' rights. with landlords over security deposits.
I The bill passed by the subcommittee in ONE WOULD REQUIRE landlords to tell
:cludes provisions to: their tenants where security deposits and
G Require the landlord ,to "make advance rents are being held and what kind of
:reasonable efforts" to rent out a unit as soon interest the money is collecting. The other bill
as possible after a tenant has left before his states that landlords must remainder of the
H lease is out. so that the tenant pays less in tenant's deposit after the landlord has imposed
damages for breach of contract. a claim on part of it, within 30 days
T LIMIT "LATE FEES" (charges for late after the date of notice.
payment of rent) to 10 per cent of the rent Becker has added an amendment to the
due which states that the fee cannot be Hutto bill which would empower the Divisionof
charged until 15 days after the rent was due.. Hotels and Restaurants enforce the law
r Protect tenants when the property is sold by suspending or revoking the licenses of
by requiring the purchaser and the seller to landlords who refuse to comply.
decide which one is responsible for the return Another bill by Rep. Gwen Margolis, D-
of security deposits'and inform the tenant in Miami. prevents landlords from retaliating
writing.Gear against tenants by raising rents or discontinuing
up the "absentee landlord"problem services when tenants report health or
by specifying that the perSon to building code violations or complain about
whom rent is paid is the same one authorized the failure of the landlord to keep the
to receive notices complaints and demands dwelling unit "habitable."

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By JOHN WAINWRItfTAlligator The Fulbright-Hays Grants include money for travel and
Staff Writer maintenance expenses keyed to the foreign country's
economy. No money is provided for the travel expenses of
UF students interested in receiving a 1976.1977 Fulbright dependents, but dependents' living expenses are funded.
BAR-B-QUE SPARE RIBS Hays Grant for graduate study and research abroad should
prepare their applications now. AN APPLICANT must be a United States citizen, have at
CORN-ON-THE-.COB "Although the deadline for applying is Oct. 1, 1975 the least a bachelor's degree and speak the host 'country's
HOT FRESH BREAD j procedures: involved take a considerable,amount,of time*"' language proficiently. The election'' committees hive: given
said Dr. Haig Der-Houssikian, UF Fulbright Scholarship" preference to candidates from 20-35 years old but the qualityof
SALAD advisor. the work to done can override the age factor Der-
MUG, OF DRAFT BEER ONE SUCII PROCEDURE is getting college transcripts, Houssikian said.Individuals .
which can be time-consuming if the college is out of state. who have not studied abroad or had the op-
For the 1975-1976 grant year,of 14 UF students applying, portunity to live abroad also receive preference.
four have received tentative notification they have won grants. Further information can be obtained from Der- I
$425 "WE WON'T KNOW if these are certain for another few Houssikian's office at 470 Grinter Hall or by calling 392- 1
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MON. THURS. only II Faculty must teach during strike I

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IrV+VwI By DEBBIE ERICKSON AIIAt41" ENGLISH Professor Dr.; David Rebmannsaid
nightlyby Alligator Staff Writer "The strike sounds like a good idea to me. Somebody
should stand up and let them (legislature)know we're here."
Dave Downs t "You have to hit them First with a big stick. If you don't,
UF faculty members are expected in their classrooms you wont get the inertia of the political machine moving"he
Wednesday; regardless of the number of students participating -
NEXT TO in a planned strike. said.Rebmann said he planned to teach classes Wednesday.
L HOLIDAY INNDOWNTOWN Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Robert Bryan said "I SHOULD BE in my classes.You can't force the students
T E faculty members can "support the strike,but they should not who don't want to strike to strike. You have to give them
themselves walk out of their classes." something to strike against." .
GENERALJ22 SW 13 St. THE STRIKE, being organized by the Students Against Journalism professor Jean Chance said she would not
Cutbacks (SAC), is to protest the tuition hike, faculty cut- dismiss her classes so that students could participate in the
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AWES 372-3311 backs and no student members on the Board of Regents. SACis strike.
asking that all students skip their classes all day and attenda "If my students go, they will be there not as a participantbut
STEAk rally at the Plaza of the Americas at 11 a.m. as an observer" she said. -
English Professor Dr. John Penrod said he "had an "POLITICALLY SPEAKING Chance said she did not
'housE. obligation to hold classes. 1 do think that students have every "think the legislature would react favorably to students not
right to make this protest. They have a right to make their attending their classes.
feelings known but I don't. know if it is to their advantage to Political Science Department Chairman Dr. Manning
stay away from classes." Dauer said he thought"it would be possible for students to go
Writing legislators and talking with their university to classes and still participate in the planned program in the
presidents are two ways Penrod suggested students voice their Plaza of the Americas.
protest. "I.don't see any point in students skipping classes, he said.
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By BILL FLORA The contract is returned to the band. If they sign it, the level Wilkin or less said than the commercial number of: seats prices.in Florida Gym is a major

Alligator Staff Writer concert is booked. This process tikes long time becausethe in booking bands. With a seating capkcity of only
contract must continually be mailed across the country problem
for big name groups.
the is not adequate
6,000. gym
concerts are big business at UF. until both parties agree. SAID GROUPS would rather play in
Last year Student Government spent $200,000 on concerts CONCERTS ARE NOT usually announced until two weeks WILKIN because they can get more gate
that charged admission and $70,000 on free concerts and prior to the performance because it usually takes that long to Jacksonville or Tampa money

movies according to (SG) Business Manager Miles Wilkin. get a firm contract. in a larger Field auditorium.is infrequently used for concerts because SGP
Next year's tentative budget allocates $5.100(SG) including: Wilkin said many of today's groups have no business Florida protect performers from the rain.: This
to
$51,400 for artist fees. ethics especially concerning the cancellation of concerts. must guarantee
if stakes could be driven into
STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIONS (SPG) has Bands have three ways of legally getting out of playing would not be a problem Wilken said. the

its own advertising division along with a technical crew of 40 concerts, including: sickness, transportation problems such as ground to support large tents. the astroturf of Florida
is not possible on
to 60 people.In weather or strikes,and "acts of God," Wilkin said. However this

addition to advertising and setting up the concerts, SGP "ACTS OF GOD" are open to a very.broad interpretation. Field.TENTS ERECTED on an astroturf field cost about $5,000
draws up the contracts and makes the bookings.The .he said.
booking process usually takes long time. However. Wilkin said, bands are not paid until after a an engagement he said.
Wilkin said SGP occasionally:: loses money on concerts. He
The SGP business first finds out which concert.
manager groups are
in which SGP
cited last year's Elton John concert: lost money
themselves.This
touring in the area. The more popular bands choose opening acts '
MOST GROUPS REFUSE TO travel more than 400 miles is non-negotiable and written in the contract. The because Elton John refused to play on Florida Field and was
is between $750 and $1.000 Wilkin switched to the smaller Florida Gym. It was the smallest
to'play a concert. opening act usually paid .
although he was paid the
concert on Elton John's tour original
The business manager then chooses one available'group said.
and consults the head of SGP entertainment. If they agree on WILKIN' SAID THE TICKET price is mutually agreed $25,000 fee.WILKIN.
the choice the.band sends them a contract. The business upon by the group and the promoter. .SAID SGP cannot lose money for the year. The
manager looks over the contract to determine exactly how However the ticket pnce is heavily controlled by'the group. loss at one concert is offset by profits from another concert he

much the concert will cost. According to Wilkin SGP concert prices are at the same said.



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HAVE TO prove I am president every reasons he taught the seminars.HE never put much faith in grades themselves"
No one is interested in the great decisions ADDED, HOWEVER, he did not Marston explained.
two weeks ago, they want to know think administrators would have enough timeto "The only way you can give an accurate test
The class am I going to do now," Marston ex teach at least one class a week as was is to ask impossible questions and I am not
lecturer suggested recently by the state legislature. sure if that is the right way to do things," he
education. president can't escape the reality of Marston cited the time he needs to prepare added. .
Quotes decisions,faculty' and students,can.. for the lectures. ,as prohibitive to .doing ,it Marston said he ,has ,also had .trouble
Kerr are ''like the' saying'+goes; 'the buck' stops regularly.He teaching classes in the past in subjects he was
students' '," Marston added. also added he would have problems with into too interested in.
BUT increasing control the legislature has the grading of tests. "I used to really love to lecture about
guest the state universities was also discussed "I NEVER HAD enough confidence in my virology and immunology, but tuberculosis,
barraged by who explained he hoped lump abiltv to grade tests. I guess it is because I boy is that dull," he explained.
cutbacks in funding next year would lessen this ..,, ,
caps and somewhat.
The class: ADMITTED lump sum
The : might cause some problems at UF
Marston. all the colleges trying to get as much of -j ,, : >,a
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Marston h".
president. well."I he added the change in funding was
.for freshmen "the most important thing that has
second time this year. It will give us the
education we really need to do a better job."
remeinded the class, however, UF ,
teach classes still be under significant control of he
sure if it which some of the members
regular as potentially damaging to academic

classroom .
"isolation" CAN TALK all one wants about
president. from he legislature but as long
"An can cut off our money any autonomy
run things. with it," he explained.

power are state Board of Regents, however, does I S v tt f '" 'fi23p 4 t iel>! t a)4d.'st fF ij9
things in some sort of a "buffer between the raw,
Marston drives' (of the legislature) and the
not involve ," Marston said.
make the the class, Marston stressed his at-
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Walter Sims. R-Orlando

It's amazing how many legislators actually
believe in cliches. And even more amazing how O

many are willing to enact serious legislation basedon
these old wives' tales and swiss cheese logic.

Sen. Walter Sims says he has received a lot of G Gulf

publicity on his bill which would lower Florida's
compulsory school attendence law'' from age 16 to 4r.'.d5 O.

14. v.X.. v o
As well he should. The bill would allow 15-and

16-year-olds to graduate from high school if they -o

pass a uniform high school equivalency exam and
receive their parents' permission. ;

Sims likes to use the word "sentencing" when he

talks' about students who are dissatisfied with rtjrS'Q

school and want to get out..

It seems clear enough to us that when young 'ER UP|*
people are .15 or 16 years old, few are anxious to
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stay in school. They are, dissatisfied with life in 1'"
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general and school in particular. They are trying to

find themselves.If Cost of rises
Sims' bill passes the rest of the legislature as it malpractice ,

has passed the Senate Education Committee, the

15-and 16 year-olds who are "sentenced" to school .trained needed
now could be "sentenced" to the street or to s juries

college. -

We believe this first alternative is a fate worse An urgent situation confronting the general public is the A better definition and understanding of what malpractice
than traditional high school, and the second is a exorbitant cost of malpractice insurance to physicians and its actually is would' be a start. Also steps should be taken to see
step few, if any, 15-and 16-year-olds 'can handle. effects on medicine and health care in the immediate future. that the injured party receives more of the settlement.
The average physician is now expected to pay $3,000-20,000 a l Figures have been released which indicate that sometimes
Sims claims the bill would, reduce vandalism in
year'for malpractice insurance alone. only l 16 cents on the dollar are received by the person bringingthe
the schools. But the students' who
are smart
are
This forces lawsuit.
cost many physicians to work longer hours and
enough to graduate two years early from high charge higher prices in order to meet their expenses. One
school the kind who do the ? main for is
vandalizing reason high hospitals costs the fact that physiciansorder
He claims the bill wouk:* trim the dropout rate. many needless tests on patients to protect themselvesfrom STEVE PODNOS
No doubt it would, but in effect it would legalize charges of negligence at a later time.
THE MALPRACTICE situation is so bad at this time that
dropping out instead of eliminating it. doctors in the entire state of New York have declared a CHAD HARVEY
But aside from all the questionable logic Sims: general strike beginning July 1 I. unless some immediate _
uses in his specific arguments for the bill, we must changes are made in malpractice laws. Two points must be
pose a more basic question to Sims and his made about the malpractice situation.
supporters-are' 15-and 16-year-olds mature and First it is a relatively new trend. Several years ago, a WHAT I FEEL is most important however, is the creationof
malpractice settlement of $1 million was a rare occurence;
handle decision which will specially trained juries to try malpractices cases. These
capable enough to a
today it is often a common figure. The numberof juries would be,able to understand the complex medical and
affect the rest of their lives? malpractice suits has skyrocketed in the last few years as technical terms and would have'a better understanding of
What about the basic structure of the school have the number'of larger settlements. medicine as a practice.

system in this state, and the possible future They would be able to far more accurately judge negligencethan
unexpected backlash? [ GUEST COLUMNIST a dozen laymen who, must rely on the attorney's
emotionalism to understand the case. Some have suggested
If the equivalency exam is made easy enough for socialized
medicine
as a solution to this problem.
most students to pass, as most equivalency exams Some facets of!socialized medicine include ((1)J)restriction of
are, then this bill will have provided a free ride to _OPINION the physician's income, and ((2)) restriction of the physician's
the streets. freedom to practice wherever, he or she wants to live; all in
Will employers be willing to hire 15-and 16- For this reason i insurance rates in Florida have,increased return for government sanction and protection.
year-olds? We are not speaking about a summer or will be increased from 100 to 300 per cent this year alone. SOCIALIZED MEDICINE is not a realistic solution to this
This insurance is also paid by hospitals, forcing higher coststo
problem. Socialized do function well in a
i job down at the (Crystal. This is going to have to be patients. programs not
primarily capitalist society, as is evidenced by our Social
work which will prepare a young person for a SECOND, THERE seems to be no real solution to this Security and welfare systems., Remember please, that a
career. These young people will be considered problem short of changing the American ,conscience which is physician is a human being dedicated to helping humanityand
bottom-of-the-barrel applicants for most jobs, very unlikely. But there are avenues open which can relievethe a free man and 'not just "something" to socialize. You
especially during hard economic times situation !somewhat., van not socialize medicine without socializing people.

University College Dean Bob Burton Brown says

test scores are' "just one of the criteria" which The Independent" Ron Editor Cunningham.In.Chl.f David Klein Editor
should be used to admit students to UP early. Managing

Perhaps most important, he says parents Florida John Moron ." ,, Dvnno
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telligence." ,'JII QnttttCat/ Midi Keiman
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I EDITOR Greeks on campus seem to be taking more and the houses involved in a project to see that everything ever for search after the date of exchange.
more enjoyment in stealing things that belong to the various taken is returned to its owner. I SHOULD THINK that most houses would want to
fraternities and sororities, such as trophies and composites. I 1 hope that those in positions of authority will respond in a retrieve all the items stolen from their house. Lastly UF
personally feel this must stop, its giving us a bad name. favorable manner After some ccnsultation with some friends should take firm action against those houses refusing to
Copies of this letter are in the office of Dean Thomas I came up with what I feel is a workable solution to this cooperate, such as expulsion from campus; the problem is too
Goodale, Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council problem: widespread to push aside.
office; It should now be up to these people to get some action 1. ,A central place should be designated as.the place, to ,I
but I felt that it would be either covered up or forgotten unless return items; each house would set up a table and appoint
.. it appears in print in The Alligator. someone to be present.
I BEFORE I WAS initiated into my fraternity 1 felt that we 2. A PRECISE date and time would be. announced for the
\ would eventually return all the items we took from the other exchange. '
j, houses,now I know that for years we have kept all the things 3. No action should be taken to prosecute anyone. Generalizations
we ever took. This makes me sick and I have decided to get all 4. All houses should be open to a selected group of students(30U.y,1W


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Dr. Randy Thornhill's letter in the May 12
Alligator raises two issues of importance. First he com
ments upon female sexual behavior. Second and jnore
importantly, he takes a political stand under the guise of
science. I should like to comment on each of these issues.
Thornhill's argument is in two parts., First, in terms of
sexual behavior human "women are basically the same
A everywhere." Second in this regard they are "the same as
females of all.animal species.." .
BASED ON THESE two arguments, he concludes that
all female animals are innately coy and that "human
females cannot readily free themselves from their sexual
coyness merely because a popular movement. says that
women should be more active in the initiation of the
courtship process."

It has never been fully accomplished, even in the
physical sciences. The good doctor's claim that those,"who
Af" 'Y"-y ,",r rrWWI \W\\" ,\ understand current evolutionary fact and theory are
( HURT ME/!' advocates of(his)ideas" is.wrong; It presupposes a unity in
ALMOST
;. '.,' the biological and ,social sciences that imply does not
\ KNOW LITTLE about non-human sexual behavior,
and will not comment on that. As a sociologist. I am
Whistle women are priceless qualified to comment upon human behavior Human
social behavior is learned. The ,ability to manipulate
symbols and thereby to'learn and reflect upon alternatives
modes of action, is a uniquely human characteristic. Those
terms of behavior which have symbolic meaning can be
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EDITOR Walt Karwicki He calls himself an honest roams in blessed ecstacy It was not the whistle,
believing that he has seen however, that representedthese changed.
He
is a bitter man. at
very that the whole
Now it could be argued women are on ,
tacks the national govern man, yet his reasoning is 1.200 women worth""betweenzero attempts. Herein liesKarwicki's more "coy" than men. But whether there is a biological
ment.. Student Government, dishonest. He has assumedthat and 45 cents. shortsightedness. necessity for such behavior is extremelydoubtful..
and the "three mobs" beer the women who received '"Coyness" is a leaned trait that results from parental
drinkers at the Rat the whistles only received them These are not "zero-to-45 socialization practices.

Corner Drug Store and because they were free, and cents" women. These are What the whistle represents is INDEED,'AND MORE generally, I would argue that
feminist groups. But his that prior to this, did not feel women who have carried a coming consolidating together all of of,women their current patterns of female-male relationships (including
major attack is on the innocent that they were worth the priceof mace in their purses attended -individual attempts into a the attributions of "coyness" to women) have profoundly
1,200 women who a whistle. He therefore destructive psychological consequences for both sexes.
self-defense classes, and mass attempt for safety.
received free whistles in the concludes that these women stayed home at night rather The good doctor's preposterous attempt to hide his own
whistle stop campaign.Tylers i value themselves "betweenzero than go out alone. In actuality, Mr. Karwicki, moral and political .judgements is misbegotten. If
and 45 cents." the "45 cent" whistle costs 50 Thornhill wishes to live in terms of traditional sex roles,
These are women who have and the
cents women are this is his privilege.
KARWICKI HAS found felt tear as individuals and priceless. But to imply, as he does, that either male promiscuitybefore
consolation in his childish who have made their own Kathy Pavone ( or during marriage) or female passivity has a
reasoning; somewhere a man individual attempts for safety. 3 AS biological foundation is simply wrong. However, it does-
thankstudents perpetuate the old "double standard" which is somehow
comforting to many persons. But it is also a moral
judgment, and not a scientific one.
IN CONCLUSION, Thornhill indentifies himself as an
entomologist. I would suggest that he confine his scientific
EDITORi I want to study to how bugs do it and more clearly label his politicaland
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moral judgements.
express our sincere appreciation
to the MCY 507
class of Microbial Ecology Dr. Leonard Beeghley
that meets in Library West Department of Sociology
Monday Wednesdays
and Friday morinlngs
During/ class on May 2 the The Independent,
professor.. Dr. Max Tyler.
had a heart attack. / '/:,. IM Florida Alligator
The entire class assisted
him and saw that he was Sheila Oroptr Cory BoloneHA ,..
admitted to the hospital.He I Entertainment' Editor to iot.Editor .
and his family' feel
that they should be Doug Hatch
recognized for their intelligent Wire Editor
action. Greg Forror Tom ShrodrAut.
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I Qni 1 MEMORANDUM TO COUNCIL OF DEANS

I. The $$2.5 Million Committee
Produced by the Divide of

Imoortl"t tioni S Strvictt"information, to communions to atudants. *t Information OffiCii'fieulty'i; )nOlice b yat ubltu / QS New V-P Robert Bryan Looks Ahead

thl University of florld L It 1
While legislators in Tallahassee pored University of Florida went through similar ture. .t. - -
I' I over figures to come up with a balanced procedures to allocate $$2.5 million in a And, their actions were amazingly We gain nothing i if in our reorganization
appropriations bill U sev students at the system authorized by last year's' legisla- similar, even on the matter of pay for

: :. ,_: .' ,-. .- employees their budgets affect. we' realize t the abstract dreams of
"No merit increases or other salary

adjustments shall be given unless specifically '
authorized by the legislature," says 1 1h management science, yet our students'i,I.. i
the Florida Senate's' money bill. J
"The committee recommends that there education is not improved as a resuff"' ",,

be no merit increases," says the Univer-- 1n
sity's' all-student Activity and Service Fee -I I'lr "
h- TO: Members of f the Council of Academic Deans .
Allocation Committee (ASFAC),which was
chaired by Greg Sherman of West Palm ;
Beach. FROM: Robert A. Bryan, Vice President for A Academic Affairs

"The alternatives of reducing personnel ii
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and eliminating Jobs, reducing current :;,':
4 services and or increasing current service l az R Ri Rr "
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charges are less desirable than having no i
academic will be -of the
1975-76 one
merit increases," Sherman Joined hh It appears likely that the year
fellow committee'members in declaring.This r most challenging In the University's' history. The advent of lump, sum
state univer- P budgeting will present all of us with options (and temptations) that will
experiment allowing -
sity students in Florida to handle their own r t 4 Ji' U strain our patience, our tolerance, and our resolve to hold firm to prudent
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,, activity and service fee allocations came i personnel and program policies. There will be pressures to put all of, our Uv r,, ::1 I, ,.'
There will be to Increase the size of :;1, .
from legislation initiated by Sen. Jack resources Into the library. pressures '= ,
Gordon last year, and signed into law by : the ..f faculty and to "forget the library for another year." There will be :
& Gov. Reubin Askew. pressures to upgrade the computer and to decrease the cost of Its services. '
1 'a+' And it's' working well at the University of There' will be pressures to use most of our resources to purchase the operating ,. .." ,;'' t'"

j Florida, in the opinion of top administrators. equipment we have for so long delayed acquiring. The contradictory list of c
needs ;and pressures Is endless, all stemming from the freedom of choice that

[ r ___ The law permits the president of the lump sum budgeting will give us. ,>.,f -. .
University to veto any portion of the ; ",;, !fl'',
x allocation and to reallocate, if he deems it And, as we move Into next year, we ,have been challenged to decide whether.*' j ''t '

necessary,funds to student health services we will reorganize part of ,the University, all of It, or none of It. Plans ';4'' .
and intercollegiate athletics. are continuing to be presented to this office and to the President and his
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UF President Robert Marston did neither '-' special f faculty committees. I hope we can bring )

with the comment, "I'don't' believe it RETIRING PRESIDENT. STEVE MERRAY SIGNS'ALLOCATIONS plan for reorganization with good humor and open minds. ', ,. ," ,It>'

would have been possible for anybody to tc) With ASFAC Chairman Greg ShermanPilsldent, Marston Looking On ," ;f." .
r have done a more thorough Job than these Finally, as If we did not have enough to occupy our energies, next year
.. _. students did"Chairman we will have essentially the same' number of students that we have this year ;
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Sherman responded, "Believe students expected next year and increased 01 narked a little,just in case.$99,224$ if without the Increase In resources that was so vitally needed this year. .' ,..
ASFAC MEMBERS Wilson (L),Wheelwright(SEATED) me, it opened our eyes to the problems requests from all units. tk gs get to looking better and a pay raise While lump) sum funding will enable us to move our resources more freely to "" '
Standing: Piedrahita (L),Chapman and Cline University administrators are facing." How did the allocation committee react? g get in order and $$14,000, as a contingency meet our teaching responsibilities, the sum of the lump we are likely to get .:,
sacrifice
The seven students sat 36 hoursof will not be sufficient to help us accomplish our mission without. '
through Just like their legislative counterparts.They re rve.I 'I a
Here's' How ASFAC Committee public hearings on budget requests and trimmed a little here and a little I' obody knows whether Senator Gordon hard work, and Imaginative Innovation. ;. :;"

uncounted hundreds of hours in working out there. Biggest cut was to Student Health !ha V> it in mind,"commented Vice President and d ,
details of their $$2,535,118, final allocations. Services, which had asked an additional for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen, "but 3ut In all the challenges,, we face, lump sum funding, reorganization, ,'#,
Allocated Student FundsThe They had to make such decisions as $$75,000, for an addition to the Infirmary. fin i our point of view his bill is certainly meager resources we must remember that the resolution of these challenges students ,, r
telling Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Also like their legislative do its part to responsible serves only one end: to enrich the educational experience of our : '!; .
Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) based its allocations counterparts, ig g prepare research. that Is meaningful both to them and ,,,
on an Ray Graves they could not raise the the committee made sure some of their lea ership for tomorrow." in the classroom and through {s<
expected fee revenue of $$2,535,118, for fiscal year 1 197576. This figure is based on an allotment for athletic scholarships above favored projects remained intact, like I addition to Sherman the committee to humanity In general. It profits us nothing If we buy a score of mIni-
enrollment level comparable to fiscal year 1974-75,at an allotment of$$2.14 per credit hour the $$347,876, allocated last year. And they $$17,500, to maintain a half-time gynecologistfor IDC ded two returning members-Warren, computers or If we add 100,000, volumes to the library or If we buy ten more :,',''l
under new Board of Regents guidelines. agreed with him other electron microscopes If, In the management of these resources, we lose effectiveness ''if.
on one thing in the the and A A. ITilson of St and Sue Cline of
Infirmary $$35,000, as a reserve Petersburg
Requests by UF agencies and actual ASFAC allocations are shown below: and research We gain nothing If In ,, ,
allocation proviso language Athletic scholarships In our Instructional programs. '
: fund for check cashing in the student union W Wst t Palm Beach-and new members
Amount Requested Amount Allocated for women cannot be decreased our reorganization we realize the abstract dreams of management science, yet
JC Kef in Malone of Wheelwrfeht
building. They even specified that students Deerfield, Sue In
Athletic Association $$382,800%, $$347,876, below the $$16,000, called for In the Athletic' have to be admitted free to the giant of Cohasset,,Mass.,Ken Chapman of, our students'' education Is not Improved as a result. In ,the year what ahead havewe ,
Funded approximately the same level as FY 1974-75, with suggestion that funding for Department's' asking budget. homecoming show Gator Growl if Student Or ndo, and Luis Piedrahita of Miami. all that, we do, our students must flourish, for If they do not,.

women's' athletic scholarships not be decreased from the amount requested in the Athletic They even had to decrease the amount Government allocates money for Growl. Co mittee membership is subject to done?,

Association fiscal year 1975-76 budget, and that the Athletic Association pursue athletic requested,, by Student Government, even And, like good legislators, they also Sti ent Senate approval. '
scholarships based on financial need at the NCAA level though the Student Senate and the Student
Body President had to ratify their action.
College Councils s $$118,762,' $ 84,000, And they won that ratification without Former No. 2 FBI'er' r Here Tuesday r,; 'p
any
..$$70,000, is to be distributed on a per capita basis among the councils (based on expected problems.
75-76 enrollment levels for ..............
the colleges) and the remaining$$14,000, will be allocated to the The -
Board of College Councils for distribution.J. Activity and Service fee money A retired member of the FBI, Mark I Felt< vlx participated in Gainesville Eight and .A
comes from a portion of the tuition paid by Watergate investigations, is ACCENT'S' speaker ruesday at 8 p.m. on the Reitz Union ,,
students for each credit hour taken. Last north lawn.Felt was the FBI's' No.2 2 man from tile'une of J. Edgar Hoover's' death in May
Wayne Reitz Union $$921,274% ,% $$882,677%,
year $$127 credit hour
per was earmarked 1972 ter.
until his own retirement more than a yearSymphonic
$$35,000, of the JWRU allocation was set aside to establish a cash reserve to assure from fees paid by every student but next
continued operation of the Union's' check-cashing service. '
g year's allocation has been set at $$2.14 per' )! sic

Student Government $$551,043, <<5 $$517.372 credit overall hour.decrease This with meant the a six per cent The University Symphony Orchestra entertainjat8 t 8 8:15: p.m.Tuesday in the Reitz Union .a.aa.amw.

Recommendation that should Student Government fund Gator Growl, admission would same number of Ballroom. The program is free and the public welcome.

be free to all UF students, that careful financial planning be done, and that "appropriate
I recognition" be given to Student Government for its contribution. UF
Sculpture Revives Tradition

Student Health Services $746,546$ $590,039$ >> p
The recommendation included the addition of a halftime gynecologist at$$17,500, for the ,
Nobody would mistake '
Geoffrey Naylor's untitled water selection b by, sub-committee of the Creative and pp.4xF'' I
Women's Health Care Clinic and allocation of to sculpture following
an $$45,047
help defray cost over-run for In front t of ,
the addition to the Infirmary. & University Gallery for a statue b by Michelangelo or Performing Arts C Comn from more than 30 Florida sculptors. r
Rodin, but UP art professor-sculptor actually is carrying on the "Many public pieces o rJ irt are connected with'urban revitalization -
: work'of such masters. "And] ey're' intended to play sociological role
Merit Increase Reserve $ 99,224,% "It's' "": Naylor says
public art, says the British-bora artist, ent"
Recommendations that no merit increases be given in fiscal year 75-76, but noted that !is created for and displayed In or around "That is., work which by improving the enviroq ,
should the State authorize merit Increases,funds must be available. At an average merit and Is public buildings and spaces Thetfyearoldprofeflolsculptures S alternately undulating and crisp metal
traditionally. supported by governments. banking InsUtutions found inl pe Merritt Island Shopping Center, in
increase of 5.25$ per cent for both Career Service and Administrative and Professional and churches." are
personnel, the Committee the amount to Roosevelt Mall in Jack* rflle e and on the .First National Bank of
apportioned following agencies: J J., Wayne Reitz In this case, Student Government
Union, $$33,597, ; Student Government, $$4,605, ; and Student Health Services, $$61,021, grant,which was matched by the started it all out with a $$5,000 Tampa. 1 '
University water pture like waterfall
Budget 8 Committee In the He describes the as 44very much a ,
Activity and Service Fee Reserve u,m fall of 1973.Then the 10,000' they put up together, was matched.by the although it isn't' suppo |to J represent any one particular thing." \ ..' ,r r
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National Endowment for the Arts.. is : 0/ ,,. .. .
much the 0,1.,
as aesthetic as practical, I ; .
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To fund Student I.D. cards,with recommendation that a notation state: '"This' card has The sta1n1esHteel Even the sleek steelftjn ; ,.
monumental work,23-feet-long and lo.teet By re& lag' all the', colors of its environment,
been funded by Activity and Service Fees." Is one of two high, artist explains. ." ,
Naylor sculptures purchased with the matching g funds: including trees and pas automobiles,'Naylor says the medium .... .

Total.Recommended .......?..........,............. $$2,533,118, Grin The ter other hall 1S a In stainless steel relief on'the west entrance f cede 01 assures that his huge bstract will complement rather than UF Sculptor-Professor Geoffrey Naylor and his Commissioned Water Sculpturer "
mid-campus.: .
Naylor''a. work was t'nmm _Ioned overwhelm its campus' *

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By JOANNE KOHL punishable by a $500 maximum fine or 60'
Alligator Staff Writer days in ,jail.HOWEVER. I
Rusting t refrigerators line the dirt roads and IT HAS not been strictly swl.
rotting mattresses foul the air in the otherwise enforced in the past, since "there hasn't been r ;
!scenic pine woods around Gainesville. anyone to take on the chore" Underwood = 7
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Draper C. Underwood director of the explained. ,
Alachua County Waste Administration "We're really going to start cracking down" w. r "
Board wants to put a stop to,the growing on it." he added. "There's no reason for it,"
piles of garbage) collecting in the county's: the director said.
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wooded areas. The Waste Management AdministrationBoard
THE DUMPS RANGE in size from pickup has been investigating illegal dumping .' .
truck: loads to accumulations amounting to tor about a year. Underwood said. \ '
several boxcars of trash Underwood noted. UNDERWOOD'S DEPARTMENT is in
Most of the trash is abandoned appliances charge of collecting trash in the unincorporated '\' ,
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household refuse and tree limbs he said. areas of Alachua County, as wellas '
The dumps are not only unsightly, but they the landfills located: north of the airport .,
breed rats roaches and flies. Abandoned between High Springs and Alachua. west of : '
refrigerators, and stoves provide shelter for Archer and near Hawthorne.An .
packs of wild dogs, Underwood said. ordinance passed in 1969 by the City
ONE SUCH SIT is located: west of Highway Commission governing dumping on property
26. within the city limits "forbids any growth of .
House garbage feeds swarms of flies at'the noxious weed or deposit of rubbish."
entrance. Along the sides of the road doorless The ordinance is enforced by Sandy Pitt-
refrigerators and tubeless television sets are man administrative clerk in charge: of lot
piled with tin cans and old matresses. clearing. \ =2s
Underwood said the clumps of trash extend PITTMAN SAID the ordinance is en-
lor about one and a half miles along the road. forceable by court action and by assessmentof
"WE COULD EASILY spend $1,000 the property. '
cleaning this up." Underwood said. The site is The owners are notified by the city if the
farther I from Waldo Raod than a landfill condition of their property is in violation of
located: near the airport he added. the ordinance. -4"
The Waste Management AdministrationBoard If the property is not cleaned up by the J"
does not clean up the dumps Un owners the city hires a maintenance: crew: to .f
derwood explained. The board usually clean it up and the owners are.charged for
contacts the owners of the property and will the service.
block: the entrance to the land with a cable if PITTMAN SAID the city cleared 75 per,
the owners will -clean it up. cent of the lots in violation of the ordinance in
The dumps are either reported by private 1969. Two years later the city cleared only '
citizens or found by employes of the waste about half of the lots. The power behii:
board Underwood said.INVESTIGATORS 35 40 of the V
Currently to per cent dumps
search through the are cleaned up by the city, he said. Chartreuse, IIOpnx J J > r. ,. 190
refuse for cancelled checks envelopes and The problem of dumpings! within why it's called Green Fire

other clues that might) help them find the Gainesville .is usually solved by cleaning up To sample this powerful drink, (legal in all
violators.. the lots and mowing down the weeds. Pittman
However. very few offenders are caught !aid. The area stays clean 'until the weeds r5 0 states) ask a bartender to fix sink) He may'
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Underwood added.A grow back again. sa\Vh lt's S\vampwatcrTGi\e him the recipe!
county ordinance which prohibits illegal THE OFFENDERS' have' "no place to '
dumping has been in effect since February of hide" 'If the weeds are cut down.. Pittman To 1 11.z; ounces of Green Chartreuse,

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1211 S.W. 16th Ave MON-SAT. 10-2 AM Alligator Staff WriterIt has published many papers concerning his
looks like almost other house project.
SUNDAY 10-12:30: AM any as you
Cln City Plaza pull up the shady driveway but actually it is "We are using fossil fuels at a tremendous

one of a kind.A THE HOUSE ALSO has a water distilling
F," Pf v.ry f closer look and visitors see strange system which can transform waste water into

suit COMBINATIONS UNDOTCHCS equipment on the roof, equipment used in usable water through vaporization.

Includes lettuce t..iloMi transforming the sun's energy into householdheat Although the house does not use solar
ON SMITE Rye whole Wktit.FrtMCk .. .
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I..tlt treat with lettece Tuna.. FishPastrami THE HOUSE, located on SW 16th Street said it is possible in the future.
(Wkitt Built) tomato and eon ewe is part of the research being conducted by the Rollan said "A mass, produced solar

Rust Beelus, Choice) special Mm dressing TiiktrfkiliBrtait' ( ) 11. 15 Solar Energy and Energy Conversion system similar to our could be very
Cira Beet with cheese SI.SO hast Beet (Chin) Laboratory at UFo economical. With present heating and cooling

Ham IUO' ITALIAN $L 70 HIII Solar energy equipment developed at UFo systems, it takes energy to build them and
Salami' (C....) Genes Salami) win
Hn & Con Beet sbqplies the house with everyday comforts. then more energy to use them.

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licklitiiidiyriwiHiiiiROAST Ell
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Cheese. (Swiss' Arnica temperatures and the functioning of the and ever-increasing rate. For this reason it is

fw Salad Prevoloee) BECF. TURKEY HAM Choose (Swiii, Americas' S1.00 equipment. of utmost importance that we' look for other
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'fink funk bread If $L7) and mavenaise.ATONIC AT THE PRESENT time only the heatingand "Solar energy is readily available, well
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purposes and has no pollution effects he
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DRINKSLtnuidi bind with iiinl.i.t it, Cote Slaw 4S( repair. Rollan said.
...I..d cheese with) Baked BUM All the equipment providing the house with FARBER'S HEATING system includes a
:JOe lituct. tomato, onions SiurkrmtBAGELS heat and hot water is located on the roof of 3,000 gallon storage tank and tubes in which
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Rest, Bttt *< THE 101 $l.oo with kutttr it Cream CheeseDESSERT now' used for demonstrations.Dr. tubes located along the baseboards resul;ing
Nilk'.Shite lie Looses yew ktll a kit Erich Farber. director of the Solar in a "very comfortable quiet way of heating"
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"Devil's! .
"God's! You only say Devil's Eye because you're a devil! ,
Seems some artsy-craftsy people can't talk business without Retting into: name-calling.
Dean and Nicole, artists-in-residence at the Spring Arts Festival Kiddie Booth were arguing
over what to call the string and sticks thingamajig they were making. It was about to get the
best of seven-year-old (she didn't look a day under eight-and-a-half Nicole.! ..
"Oh you old tart butt, I don't know how to make one of these things anyhow, she said,
.F.Ty j.t hair tailing into her big brown eyes.
3
Y Six-year-old Dean giggled i uncontrollably.
k Guy Osceola, 9, watched the scene with,arched brows. Leaning over toward the reporter,
l Guy quietly said "You know, she's got a nasty mouth."
\ Young Osceola was making his own "eyes". He had made five of the white stringed
whatchamacallits since the festival opened. And from the looks his green and maroon nose,
he had found the tingerpaints too.
Guy and his brother,Dean are direct descendents of the Seminole chieftain,Osceola. "Since
this is the 70's, I guess it would be seven greats in front of grandson," Guy said.
Their folks were out on the boulevard set up in a booth selling handmade turquoise and
sterling silver jewelry. icole's folks were "under a tent selling pillows and paintings."
Unfortunately for the small fry, the Adultie Booths had most of the action. .
\ From macrame to potted plants to crome cosmic gnats to decoupage to tree trunk tables to
RON SANDERSMASSEUSEWhat Bonsai trees to burnt burlap artistry the festival had it all. There were, even a strolling
; musicians, who would play at the drop of a Miller pop-top.
Is this going to do for Dr. Scholl?
Starla Kaye and her husband Dugie MacConnell travelled all the way from Puerto Rico to
!show their wares in Gainesville.
Sitting placidly beneath a big shady tree, Starla split back a large green palm frond. She
Soap Opera ? then carefully wove the fronds into two perfectly matched place mats.
anyone "After I weave a mat or Dugie weaves a hat we put them in the freezer," Starla explained.
Chat way the fronds turn to cellulose and don't shrink."
Review By major motion picture. For the past three years, Starla and Dugie have farmed organic vegetables in Puerto Rico.
Richard Burkholder The following examples help illustrate "But our main interest is bees," she said.."We raise bees. We have 42 boxes now- we used
"Sheila's" shallow sentimentalism: Sheila's to have 56 but insecticides killed them."
Suds anyone? younger sister marries before Sheila does (as According to Starla, the dreaded Yellow Palm Blight has not hit Puerto Rico yet. "It's bad
"Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New in most other gooey melodramas, marriage is in South Florida though," she said.
York" f foam up as a spumy tale about an portrayed as the "good girl's" road to Success As she talked, husband Dugie handed Starla a freshly quartered piece of coconut. Scoopingthe
ugly Jewish-American Princess who goes to and Happiness), Sheila's friend Rochelle meat from the hull, she popped it into her mouth and started on another'mat.
the Big City to seek her fortune and future considers men "Goddamn toads" without "a Not too far from Starla and Dugie's booth Ron Sanders offered free foot massages to weary
husband. The fact that she is awash in a Prince Charming" in the lot and Sheila festivals goers. Beth Fergus took him up on the offer.
stereotyped cum-Jewish mother lifestyleseems sports (fat least, in the beginning) dowdy attire Beth reclined on a furry blanket. Ron began to rub her eet with vegetable oil. He'pulled the
!! hackneyed enough. But when she falls that is obviously intended to draw the toes and arched the foot. He rubbed the insole and bent the big toe forward.
in love with an unwed medical physician audience sympathy like a magnet. Ultimately, Beth smiled. Then winced.
proves as a culmination of hype cliche, to be this movie become the kind of gloopy sob "That hurt?" Ron asked.
irtually unbearable. story that would probably attract middle-aged "Yeah."
However in what appears as a conscious matrons or other prim-n-proper types raisedon "Well you have a knot there. Everyone has them in their arms, legs, neck.Just try to relax
effort to lend credibility to their 1940's-style a diet of "As the World Turns." your leg as much as you can."
vehicle, the scenarists opted to place a few ,It would have been considerably better if Ron learned the art of massage at Santa Fe. Throughout the day, he massaged feet of all
gt I., anachronous l elements within the plotline. "Sheila Levine's" film makers had left out the shapes and sizes.
1 Thus the audience is treated ((1)). in a bow occasional modernities of semi-nudity and "I 1..even had a three-year-old come up for a foot massage," he said. "And he, of course, got
toward today's age," to a small touch of raw language and turned their movie into a .9ne.
l lesbianism; a 'laughable Jewish mom V-sized soap opera.

character; and a deprecatory remark or two Roy Scheider and Jeannie Berlin are the .
about the most topical of subjects women's lachrymose lovers and both play their roles to
liberation. the hilt; by milking every possible :41
Hence. "Sheila" is a calculatedly bourgeois dialogue 0 nuance with face-twisting, gestures. ..: ,
(Hick designed to appease rank romantics of The brooding brown-hued cinematography
every !sort. And worst of all. it accomplishes and staid editing also serve to project this film -
this task unsmirkingly" and without regard of into the realm of,daytime drama.,
those moviegoers for whom brimming sac- However, in what appears as a conscious ,
charinity is not the chief desideratum of a effort to lend credibility to their '1940's-style "

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The Mad Mountain Mime'I I roupe. headed by C.W. Metealf an artist-in-residence at Florida f\1r.\ i .:,,..
State University in Tallahassee will be bringing their mime (fo the Beef and Bottle May 2124. .
In an age of blaring rock music and the cinema pantomime is a fairly obsure art form. One };J!' r' :
could liken it to charades the game, that ocassionaly crops up at intimate get together. '1' f"..
The mime or actor works with nothing. He performs on a bare stage with no scenery His .).
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costume is anonymous'and functional-leotards and a ,jersey. However, his face is painted as a' ,.. .......... .:. ': '. ,
white mask covered with clown-like features. .1t1 I: ...,.. .. ..
Seeing as the mime has no props he must sit on a non-existant chair carry an invisible
package or lean on \\3111h3t| simply is not there. The difficult pan of the whole thing is he
must convince the audience it is for real. ,
l l he purpose of the performance is to convey situations and the accompanying emotions' ... .
through his body motions! and facial expressions. An adept mime can elicit Iroro .thje} \ ,
even cmotioti, front Jrivolitv'to', deepladncss.! ." *_)V au4ie9ceI* | .: .
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Tk Mad. Moutain Mim Troupe employs guitar music to give the performance timing and mood. ;
1\0\ In the past the troupe has portrayed such humorous stories as a IS->"ear-old kid who runs .1'' .
away from home and. while hitchhiking, gets rides with such undesirables as a drunk a .
homosexual, and a policeman. They also portray such touching subjects. as the inevitable life
'process rowing old and ti>'ing. *0 ,", ..i f. ">", t. ," .' r. h' /,.: :-11 ; '. '.MADMOUNTAlti ,
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MadM6U4Uaiit,Rilfputo4nshowat9andTl; I 1 t 'Wednesday( : '' MIME.11fOU / .
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8 H 3 bdr. 2 bath family room equity PTOPERTIES-CALl WATERFRONT. OR SAAAU ACREAGE WANTED: 1 female roomote for fall-9 2 fern to shore. a big master bdr
assume IM mortgage 121074 month at WAYNE D. MASON t mo. lease. $65 + '.. utilities Gotorwood i in o 2 bdr opt. Right across the street
7Vi' percent appointments only $33'000 ;14C.) REALTOR 3776789. ((0-101.134- opts. colt 378.9580. (b-5t-1 1p) from compusl Coll 376-0028) or 377-

372-5823 (a-1031.p| | ) I Ito furn. o-c clean, quiet, lots of trees 0999. For fall quarter (c-2l-38-p! )

5:507:50 Oaig Reel to reel' tap deck $15000 12x60 mobile,' home central heat, air near Santa fe south and prairie wanted I or 2 persons to sublet 'luxury, LEWIS
tsiti stssf ..r Component system 150.00 Call 372. fully furnished, washer dryer take overpayments $125 mo. call 3783458. (b-5t-3)7-p! ) ) optl will pay June rent for you GOOD

rid SOU11VRDK ;5fJ 1832 (a-2t-l39-p) call Mr. 75 a month. Equity negotiable Sublet: 2bdr apt for summer-open for DEAl call 3764028 or 377-0999 (c-2t-138- jewelry Company
Metzler
378.5052 376-4426. CLASS RINGS
71) Suzuki T500, completely rebuilt condition. ( or ex foil-Country Monor-200 a mnth or offer. Pj)
engine, mechanically perfect, fairing e-5t-135-p) Call 373.7460 (b.4t-l37-p) female roommate for summer, private DIAMONDSWATCH

$700. Coll Doug 376-0999. Must ee FOR JUNE RENT FREE-2 bdr. 2 both opt. sublet room ( bath, shag rug and oil electric REPAIRS
e olio 10 gal fish tonk + occ.... Best $$ RENT avail |une 15 till sept furn. 240 o month neat, quiet opt, good price too rent 200 W. University. Av.
(o-5t-l39-p) AU RENTS SLASHED! ph 373-9856 How.Vil opt 267 (b-St-!137. negotiable call |udy 373-3150.) (e-5t-l38- 372.4106

is dead and living Electric guitar and amp, Unlvox block (Special Summer Rotes) Pj) Pj)
solid body with illver trim, 50 rml 1100 to$125) PER MO. Your Shopping Days Are Over 2 For Fall I or 2 females to share 2 '
in Newark" will take any reasonable offer over Imp All features units, 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury bedroom gotorwood opt for summer bedroom 2 bath opt. close to campus AARON

$100 call 377-8422. (o.5t-l39-p) sublet. Only reliable people wonted. country gard.ns Call mory 373-9188 (c138p -
Available for lease through Aug. 31st *- )
Please call :
anytime 373-0914) see '
mon'i Khwinn you
varsity 10 speed bike Prairie View Mobile Village. .
bock rock, chain $70 3774166 (o.3t- 378."I I 373-3284 (b- f.l36oNeed ) 2 females roommates to shore In 2 br GREEN

Cinema 4 139-p) Available to new tenants only) Apt. For Summer The Place wlndmeodows or hawaiian village opt
1973 650 Yamaha great condition 6400 Summer Special $60 per month Best with 2 other girls from June to (June call
miles new clutch $950 call 372-1093 (b-J.-116-p l ) offer in town call Allen 392-8785 (b-5t- kim at 376-5099! '(c-51-135-p) TODAY

(o-4t.l39-p) 136-p)II)
two roomotes needed for fall to shore
1 Redford TI-2500 calculator, +, -, x, f, chain and master bedrom at gator town opts call two bedroom furnished opt to sublet
mixed colcn., stored constant, 378-4147 oak for tony (b-St-131.p) during summer months with option to '
k1S The rechargeable bolt., 6 mos. warranty, READ THIS ,leas for year brondywln opts call t&(, nc hctern) isJc ll 1 I Return Engagement

$45. Coll 372-3798 (o-A.137-p) Moving between 3734164 after 5 will bargain (b-St-136-
Now
S:20 GreatWaldo anytime t Sept. 730: ft 100iH
| P) 233 West Unlv Ave 377.3013 | _
let
Stereo Syst.m. Kenwood us rent house .
3400)( receiver, your or apt at no cost.
7:tt Popper Dual 1218 turntable Jensen model 6 Untied Real Estate 377. 992 (b-fr-IIS-p) large 2 bedroom house for summer rent.
speakers. Worrenty Tom 377-7727 ... SUBLET Two blocks from library west. Call 378-
((0. un.l-ouo.3l( 2bdrm apt un-
7354. ..
(b-St-136-p
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137-p)
PG furnished ac,carpet option to rent in foil
150.00 office summer sublet 2b.r.,+ own rm, both + ( KING //WO HiS U; '-.H'i' i
Bauer CM1) Super-8 Movie Camera, mo. ugt ph. 376-4720 (bI -"-
I a.c. in large house furnished
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2 Zenith Color TV 19"diagonal 16" width, ___
The Will take best offer Call Nancy 378- to sublet close to campus 2 8000mo. utilities Incl. pets ok 6 blocks r

SB 0458 or 377-1646 (o-5t-13S-p) pools 2 laundry centers 2 bedroom from school 372-8240 (b-5M35-p) KING OF HEARTSDONT
Getaway PC furnished central olr 193$ month own room in two bedroom duplex for
10:00! And 08 VW fully equipped compmob.ltTOeng Summit House Apts No. 827 Ph 377-8460 mature female available |une lit $80-
73 Irons 26mpg $1695. clean (b-5t-34p! ) month with option for fall, close to
3125 Judge ready to travel; and 17' 2mon kayak, quiet conservative male roomateswanted campus call 377-7998 (b-St-13S-p) .
.
mint w-paddles $185. 372-8221 .
7:50 Roy Bean ( ) .vngaJ05t.1359) to share summit house 2br opt. look ot our rental listings on houses,
PG $49.75-month and/ utilities, call doveor .mobile homes,and opt.. before you pay
Two fine guHors. Gioninl classical with mickey 378-7676 evenings (b-5M30-I ( anyone a fee. Joel Bridges, reoltor 404
3 case, $125.00 Gibson steel. string In olI SW 4th Ave (b-fr-177-c)
beautiful condition $100.00 377-0970 or I BDR furnished
opt near shandi and VA
377- I07 anytime (o-7t-135-p) females wonted share 3bedroom house
Albert Rnny hospitals at Country Garden central 3minules from campus for summer MISS ITU I
Wedding Bonds, t Engagement Rings. oir-dishwosher-for (June 1. call 3764008 '
9:30 Murder on quarter. Uniquely styled has olot of
Traditional or Contemporary designs of after 6 pm (b-3t-38-p! ) character to it. call lisa 377-7298 (b-5t-
7>M the Orient your choice. Handmade for individualswho ROOM. Graduate and older male 136-p)
1:30 want the best. Original work bvSouth' students. 2 blocks from campus. $83
wanted female for
Express roommate roomale
leading Artists. Matter Gold includes central air, kitchen, dryer
vizcayo opts.No.89,$53 per month + '/
Smith and lopidist. Unconditional
rOm washer, all utilities. 377-6014 (b-St-138- utilities. Available. .Immediately call
Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only. Pj) ...
373-3894 (o-49t-105-p) 378-3157. (b-5t-l36-pK .,-_ ..7. ....
nether Only $60 a month to take over lease at summer sublet 2bdr townhouse In the
Special EventIn 1968 buddy mobile home 2 br 1 both the Placce Deposit $50 required. Must pines opts unfurn $210 month call 3735619 -V\T SOUfUSlOHALL
The central heat + air, washer, dryer, rent by June 1. Gary at Murphree K 579 for more Info. (b-51.136-pper) Gff [
American awning utility shed orredondo village or call 392-7110 (b-5t-l38-p)_

377-5437 (o-5l-137-p) How.Viii.Apt to sublet 2 bdrm pool ude- ACTS FOR SUMMER \i
Film Theatre Season furn free 'h blk to uf, 1 +2U s, lease avlb into fall,
June $175. 3734325
port mo
55 8-trock $150 for all 3.50
lopes or per cent air. shag newest close to uf
Of f Special Events.LAST tope call 392-8426 afternoon (o-St-135-I (b-St-138-p) graduate opts 1241' sw 4 ave, 378-1814
Pj) august rent free! 3 blks from campus, (b-IOt-136-p) JJJ W. IM*. Ave. & J77-M11
one bdrm unfurn with shag and
For Sale Pioneers Best, CS-99A Speakers opt oc. OWN ROOM 570 a mo. + 1-3 utility for
balcony bdrm over living room. ISO
2 PERFORMANCES $350.00 FIRM Serious 1 block behindv.a.
pr. Inquiries Only summer williomsburg
per mo. avail after (Juno 1 I. 373-7065 Leas Campbell
Call Rob at 373-7026. t hasp for fall call
(o-5t-138-P) no deposits option
(b-4t-139-p)
TODAY at 2&8 P.M. fron
378-7337 female
(b-5M36-p)
SCUBA EQUIP: Mark IV R.g, Mark I II I Needed
mole roommate to share "pr.s.nts"EUROPERfNEST
alum lank + call Debbie summer sublet 2bd 2bath
bock-pock : $205 apt 104
.4 mobile home -- own room A 'A both
377-7696 (a-5t-138-p) central air t heat $70 + Vi util. hawailn vill 378-5905 or after 5pm 377. BAND

r matched set of beautiful diamond Available thru lummer-evenings 8295 (b-5t-135-p)

i wedding rings white gold embeddedwith coil Mike 377-7641 (b41139.p) 2 bar home NW bike to UF Brand new

diamonds only ISO dollars need large beautiful, 2 BR furnished, air listing. Better hurry KMFT WEll
money bod worth 300 dollars 372-7893 condo mobile home, located on large 3 bdr homes NW NE'Air. heat, furnished

(a-3t-l38-p) shaded lot very close to UF campus
dual 1216 turntable with odc230 $130 a month, $50 deposit 3774049 4 bdrs-NW 2 Avail
cartridge base cover CD4 cobles $140 1 1.00 (b-h-139-p) $85 all ulil. paid opt walk to UF with th* finest

.A I 1 yr old buying a dual 701 call Mormon NEEDED DESPARATELY_1 female 9am. United Real Estate AssoC. Sound ft light In th* World
377-6992
ot 377-2138 ((8-5)) 377-1833 ((0.51.138pl) 8pm
roommate for Brandywme opt 2 br, 2
(b-tr-l39-P) '
Stereo: Pioneer 737 & PLA 450 & Empire bath furn. Sept to Dec. only $75 plus'4 UES. MAY 27
Roomote to shore nice sunny apartment 8&11I
spks All new warranty except spks ulil. call 378-0971 (b-7t-139- -
Car FM in biff happy house. $70 'A uti!. ,
but mint cassette wi stereo Pj)
Own 3 blocks from call '
"A distinguishedcinematic spks $89. 378-9192. (o-5t-l38-p) large Room private bathroom In very Sharon room 372-2113. (b-3t-139-p campus) $4 & $5' ReservedTickets
MOBILE HOME furnished air cond. 10 x nice house with air Furnished or
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achievement. 50 good condition 4 good location call unfurnished students only availablenow WANTEDFemale Avoll.
Box (11-9)) ft Ch. IIILIPHAMMUSICCOe
-After Dark1 for details$2100 or make offer 3788972a3t.I38p 70 + 1-3 utl. optn Fall 3786576b31.139p
: student or couple for own
( ) ( )
bedroom In house$60 o month.Call Ann
Tickets 15.00 Evenings. CANOE shells-fiberglass 18 ft. do your male roommate wonted June-August 377-2937 )e-5t-136-p)
$3.50 Matinees, ($2.50 for own woodwork $130 377-7923 (o-3t- at French qtrs $50 mo. + utilities I last
SanlorCltlzlnl/Studntl.t r38-p) month rent free call 373-9502 aft.6 (b-
Mltln.... Available 3M39-p)
) attar PRECISE SOUND REPRODUCTION AR-3a __
AFT Season Ticket holder speakers AR amplifier, DUAL turntable, Rent own room for summer option for
are seated SONY cassette deck. RIC 373-9610' (o-5t- fall $80 month 1 block to campus call '
!3eVp) 377-8885 Room available starting June [ &
t convenient and cool (b-ft-139-p)

Sublet for summer one-bed opt o-c.
ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES carpet, furn, terrace, disposal, Indry.on PRESENT
premises $150 mo. Bob 3734874
Cse4r evenings, fall option. .1)00 SW 8 Ay

205 (b-St-139-p)_, !
H31 LADIES & GENTLEME
lets RI. w. yi 7:15: 9:15: Sublet summer foil option I br furn.
Olympia opt 204 1 block to campus
cen oc carpet great condition $150 mo. THE
X cladnltz/Mattel/ Productlowhere
presents call 3718874 (b-5t-139-p)_

Nice apt for summer. t Bedroom $136
mo. Pool.Close to Shoed SW 16th St. C. ROLLING STONES
the 24 Summit Hse. 378-5803 call or com by
offer 4 p.m. (b-5t.138-p)

DUPLEX 2 bdrm available June thru t

1976, furnished, quiet, yard, porch, NW 4,000 WATTS OF
lection.$175 really nice ptace 3734395g

(5i-l38-p)
lilies bloom
I'AVAILABLE\ NOW 2 femalm wanted to QUADROPHONICPOWER ,
share plush bedroom In Gotorwood opt. "

I, thru august. May rent plus V* June rent SUPPLIED BY ;
[gJe U sdArti.a paid call carol 378-9781 (b- -IM-p) t

Female roomote needed for 2 br opt 3. y *'
blocks from campus Own room, A-C t tM LIPHAM MUSIC CO-
SORRY 7:30: 9:30: for $59-mo.: i !H utilities call lien at "
NO PASSES OR 378.9728 (b- -13ft-p)
DON'TMISSTHISROCK .."
DISCOUNT' TICKEtS ,
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sublease country garden opt June rentfree :
w.o 'THISA7TRACTION' with option to rent for fall. I 1:: .:. r .'
} i EXTRAVAGANZA
furnished \
bedroom completely near \
Julie chiislie 'goldJe hewn med center 373-5050372-6854 (b-5t-t38- L r. '.
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warren beaHy: s pf Sublet) sum. quarter 3 bedr. In the Pines v T STARTS FRIDAYRobert

,G apt $200-eoch for whole sum Own I

"Om| Columbia Pictures [W room. Washer dryer in opt. Coll Sieve or .. ., -. .

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wars MORE 1 or 2 bdrm house for single 2 roomoles (prefer couple) to shore 3 Wanted responsible female roomato friendly home for female spade SUP Eft SIRES' Inc.

r .)' TO SEE WITH female with cots $100-123 mo near bedroom house near campus. large beginning (all to share room In 2 bdrm cat for summer will pay for food +
to' campus at soon at possible call 378- yard, central ac, no pets move 6-15$125 Opt. $61.25 mo.+M utilities near campus extra call Rlckle 373-7205 thanks. (H4t139p PART377699lSERVICE3770722

5 CASH TV 9845 or 392-0333 ask for silly .(c-SI.. + V* util. Carrie A Bud 377-8703 (c-3t- Coll iiso-Denlse 392-7630 (c-5M35-p) ) ... 'J..' .
139-p) 138-p}) :wonted 2 bedroom traitor by sept or To My Lady love: Sylvia, (lUll stay the

Easy going femole K> share rm in 2 br JUNE !RENT FREE females needed -to order wont to buy equity. write detail way you ore, beautiful and .
Nr f.J. opt Mart sept 72JO mo. 1-3 utilities sublet 2 bdrm opt In The Pines luxury to levin matting,4805 princess onne In,.. loving .and nuttyll I Love You-, My .v"
Coll 378-8186 (c-5t-139-p) living call after 3:30: 377-7488 for more (lax, flo 32210 (c-5t-135-p) Queen. Steve (j-It-139f i
I TV Channels. A weitntr Info. (c-lOMSB-p) If Barbaro ms Beccue Is not a Seminole
channel. UPI News New York Roemales Needed. neat t responsible f Female roommates wanted summer qtr.
Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on Summer; Fall to Spring; or both Two need one mother trucker to buy a one to hare 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near supporter (hen she must be an athletic
TV Ch"nels.Ind' FM and 4 AM bedroom; Shag; nice view. Country half Ion 64 chevy truck new imp slicker Med center, $64 mo + 1-3 util 373-5600 supporter IM. Ha'L Writings (D.T.
stations on the FM bIRd..UNMISITY Garden Apt.convenient Rent.62 + fcutil radio 6 cyl 4 spd $500 or bargain me (c-5t-138-p) RotVa) (f.1 I.139-9))

CITY Cell Eric 378-0811 (c-St-139-p) down to $499 ph 377-0601 pm (C-3.-137- Where hove you gone Joe DIMoggloT IOAM 6PM *

INC Neat t mature grad std to shore big 2- p) HELP WANTED. The Yankees turn their lonely eyes to 7 DAYS A WEEK
TELEVISION CASU Ca
wide M.R Own largo room. after 6 GOLD t SILVER here each you: (I-1M39-D)
Top prices paid tor class Earn $1000 per month )
.122 N.MAIN ST. 378-0134 $85 nth Vi utls. for summer Summer Karate Class starts June 9 $15 3441S.W.ARCKSIR.D.Guaranty
rings,old jewelry, etc. confidential, Call .summer for 18 yrs several people hove .
end-er fall (c-St.39-p) OZZIf 373-3119. (c-491-103-p) earned exceptional pay working for cmc per month .5:30: pm Small class
CNKA 232 SE lit All
with Dragon Gale Dole
--------" --------- One or 2 female roommates needed inc. Men or women car or. call 373-3491 (hSl-139-p)
,r-- J i. Summer only 2bdrm 2bath CountryVillage guaranteed $600 per mo plus overtime ages
FREE Must Sublease call Nancy 392- and bonus Faculty and student To my navy bean bill dove, may your
I ELECTRONIC ENGINE .Fj 774 Anytlmel) (3l-135-p) testomoniols offered We hove work In tattoo live on forever your hot tamole
Jacksonville or Gainesville Interviews (Q-ft-lM-p/ )
j ANALYSIS WITH EACH I need female roommate, summer qtr,. Thur Moy 22 II am and 1 pm only ReHi Any religion which to not a cause of
55 4M uti!. behind
own room norman Union Room 355.AtI38p( )
II_ TUNE-UP love and unity Is no religion: All the
I hall. toll gall 378-H48 (c-31-'31-9))
Experienced tractor driver; mowing holy prophets were os doctors to the
1 lf$2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 172-8347 Own room 75-100-mo furnished preferdw harrows. etc., hauling hay fence bMg; soul; they gave prescriptions for the

rM ------------------ ---- oc pool for summer toll Rick 377- etc. Hours to suit academic schedule healing of mankind; !thus any remedy
8752 (t-St-137-p)_ Phone 376-6339 evening: de-St( -!I38-p) that causes disease does not come

couple to share two bdrm house with Permanent Gainesville resident to work from the great and supremephysician.
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SILLY UU .CAN EAT utilities 6 bib from campus vegles + evenings/ and weekends. This Is not Just '139-c) .
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looking for garage apartment have THI lOT PLACE. TO lAVLBIRKENSTOCKS
FRENCH FRIES good reference and cars, would like to level' and preferably banjo(
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neat responsible. female to share 2.bt.
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I room in large 3 bdrm, 2 bath apartment 69 Pontiac Tempest OHC 6 good con- Any and Everything
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female' rmmates needed to share rm in .
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2 bedroom to rent for Lost gold-rimmed glows'In brown casenear work studio 1219 W. (
fall. If you know of such a place and I Ir.nt Fla Bookttore need deiparatelyl If .. 91-p) !
It the monies yours Coll Chuck. at LOSr.FOUND found-call 3725465.oak for Mmott((1-I31.138.p ILoM Scuba classes starting All scubaequipment
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Wanted 2 fern roomatei working at racquetball crti.at edge of field flexible
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BJ NICK PUGUESE beginning of the season. We were sitting on cloud nine to state that year" he said.
AlII&atorSporla Writer knew we' had one of the best after that" said the 21.year- AFTER A ,very successful .. .
teams in the SEC old business administration high school career the batted
UF outfielder Terry Jones (Southeastern Conference). major. .571 his junior year to lead the
wants it known that he's no "Pitchers were our only "We've been just seesaw state in hitting and hit .400
$60.000 "bonus baby", but problem and that's what hurtus. after that. We'd win a few his senior year),he attended a
just a consistent ballplayer We had one senior, a then lose a few," he added. Kansas City Royals' tryout
Although he had a slow couple of sophomores, and all BASEBALL HAS always camp in North Augusta.
start this past season, he the rest of our pitchers.were meant a lot to Jones ever since He had a good day and
i recovered midway through freshmen. We just put all the the days when his dad used to caught the eye of then FSU
'f the year and finished with a pressure on their shoulders take him down to the park to assistant coach Bobby
.303 average. and told them to go out and play ball in North Augusta, Simpson, who asked Jones if
"I GOT off to a bad start. I win the SEC for us," the South Carolina. he'd be interested in attending .
was batting .219 before we junior nghtfielder said. In tact, one of the more a Florida junior
'
r played Miami up here and I JONES FEELS the team's traumatic experiences of his college.
pulled my average up so that high point came right after life occured while he played Jay Bergman, who was then s a.
t;; by the time we played Georgia the sweep of Miami at Perry little league baseball. head coach at Seminole
I was. hitting .366"Jones saidas Field way back at the "In my next to last year in Junior College, invited Jonesto .
I'
he reflected on the '75 beginning of the season. little league, my dad sat me an L.A. Dodgers tryout .. '
season. "We had lost four in a row. down from playing because of camp at Daytona Beach so he r. "i... ..;. <
't. "It's, been a long year. We Then, we won seven in'a row my poor grades in elementary could get a look at the kid '''I.';".;.;..
had high hopes at the and swept Miami up here. We school.Our all-star team went ,Simpson was talking about to 'r

various .junior colleges. e I''

"COACH BERGMAN f ,

Gators Clarson wanted to sign i me up after he '
sign .:saw me at the tryout camp,
I but he didn't give me the big
rush. He had already sold me
and I signed right away,1" he. I
r one scholarship left said. A

Jones had two good,years at
Ric Carson, a highly sough 6-toot-6 all- guard or forward and has a great future in Seminole. but Bergman had '
state performer from Jacksonville Bollcs, front of him.. He is the type of student left for UF before his' .,
was signed to a UF basketball grant-in-aid athlete we went to recruit and I believe sophomore year and the team
Saturday by Gator head coach John Lotz. that he will do nothing but get better. His got a new'coach. UF RIGHT FIELDER TERRY JONES
.
He was the fifth Gator basketball potential is outstanding." After that "disastrous" .,. ."we put all the pressure on pitchers' shoulders
signee. The Gators have one scholarship Carson was sought by virutally every ,second year. Jones wanted to
remaining., southern school and many from other transfer to UF and Bergman
CLARSON PLAYED guard, forward wanted: him up here too.'but so much for me and deserves next year. I know that for
and for Bolles, often sections of' he
all three
center country.
couldn't convince
Bergman so much credit that I can'texpress sure. Coach Bergman is a
positions ,in the same game. Carson will major in ;journalism and coach Dave Fuller that Jones it. He wanted me at good salesman. He'll get ussome
"It the situation," he said. communications at UF.
depended on was worth a scholarship. UF and I don't feel like'I've good ballplayers.So .
S "all positions were tine in high school but I Carson joins an exceptional, group of CLEMSON HAD offered let him down this year," he if you're wondering if
believe guard or forward is probably where incoming freshmen which includes 6-9
he
Jones a scholarship so was pointed out.Naturally. Jay Bergman will make a
Coach Lotz will play me." Malcolm Cesare from Long Island 6.7
ready to go to school there Jones is looking good head coach and
Lotz a rees.t Steve Porter from Akron, Ohio, 6-7 Aaron- to
until Bergman managed forward to 1976 when recruiter, just remember
t "RIC IS A TREMENDOUS addition to Bryant of Miami and 6-4 junior college .
come' up ,with' a'.' UF. Bergman_ becomes UFbaseball's Terry Jones and. his .303
our program and as versatile a player as I transfer Len Sanders from Edison '
scholarship. head coach."We'll batting and how they
have ever recruited"he said."He can play Community College ,in Fort Myers. average
"Coach. Bergman _has,done have a good team got to UF.Jf .
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NICK PUGLIESE Therefore, it is understandable and broke the record with 12 did '
Yepremian play for the familiar, let's check him out.
Alligator Sports Writer why such a big threepointers.What junior varsity last year but "No college! is going to sign

UF football has not been ueal was made when OFsigned happened to Bert didn't see too much action.He you for your name. That's
field Bed Yepremian to a Yepremian in the fall of '74? attempted only one field ,S 10,000 they're Investing
,its goal
famouiM
in recent scholarship last year. "I pulled a muscle from.my goal. '. in you,".ped pointed;.
kickers years.In Everyone
knew he;*: wasGaro's hip to my'quadricep (thigh "I was glad to play at all. out.
into the'74season
fact, going
brother and a pretty muscle) on the second day of However I wasn't really HIS THIGH is 100 per cent
the record for field good kicker (In
his
( ) own right. summer practice." Berj said. ready. My leg didn't get to healed now and he has also
both eight
in a season
goals Now UF fans
would see some. DAVID WAS kicking real where I wanted it all season. I added 10 pounds to further
and career ((16)) were held by 40 field
yard goals kicked good so he got the starting shouldn't have played at all," strengthen the leg.
"Dummy" Taylor.
Earle consistently.BUT job. I feel David beat me out said the 5-foot-6, 162 pound "I'm looking forward to x
HE PLAYED forV the IT was David Posey mainly because I was hurt," freshman., this year. I started after the
Fighting Gators of 19081912. not Berj: who
kicked them, Berj explained. Sugar Bowl and I have been 4
YEPREMIAN WAS bornin
kicking ever since. I'm
Cyprus, raised in London "
and came to the U.S. in 1969. looking consistent now. he

Sue Chambers to receive Killian While High attending School Miami he attempted said.All during spring practice

I Posey and Yepremian have BERJ YEPREMIAN
20 field goals and
been battling for the numberone .Posey has edge"Hall
basketball made 14 of them. He didn't
list 1 scholarshipSophomore miss a three-pointer under 42 kicking spot and. according added.
) to kicking coach Jack
yards. Yepremian agrees that
Sue Chambers will receive the Chambers, Hall, the Gators may have the
an elementary education The All-State. Ail- Posey has a slight edge
first women's basketball scholarship ever major,scored 236 total points last season even American kicker had quite a best one-two combination in because of experience, and
awarded by UF. though she frequently didn't play the entire few scholarship offers but he the nation. that he'll have to just kick
Having played basketball for two years as a game because of the large leads. chose UFoAFTER "IT'S BEEN a pleasant better than him.
Lady Gator the 5'11" center-forward led the THE an situation. They're both excellent "I 1 have to beat him out of
team in total points rebounds and free IN THE 13.6 SEASON last year Chambers nouncement of the signing of kickers. A pro scout the spot. If I'm as good as
throws both seasons. grabbed 143 rebounds. Yepremian, it was natural for was at practice the other day him then that's not good
LADY GATOR COACH Paula Welch said "She is an extremely consistent player, she people to feel that he had and he was very impressed," enough," he said.
her new scholarship recipient is one of the can take the pressure of a game situation been signed for his name only. said Hall."Right. Whether Yepremian can
smoothest and most efficient players she has without it affecting her play," said Welch. "I 1 had the best percentagefor now there is no beat out Posey will have to

ever seen. The coach described Chambers as a making field goals in the clear cut winner. The only wait until summer practice,
Welch coached Eastern Kentucky's positive influence on the Lady Gator team. history of high school foot edge Posey has is that he has but Gator fans should expectto
women's basketball team to two state "She is thoughtful and tremendously .ball. Sure, some scouts would kicked for us and come see some mighty fine place-.
championships in 1971 and 1973. cooperative." say, 'Hey, that name's through) under pressure," kicking in the fall.
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time ever, setting a school
Alligator CorrespondentAll record. 7-8 p..m..at the Pan hellenic, Office
"I. just didn't expect themto
season long UFs track go out there and do .it '\ 3rd floor JWRU
coach Kate Paulos has been again-setting a school
making accurate .predictions record two 'dayS in a row,"
about ,her Lady Gator mile said Paulos.
i relay team-Saturday's finalsof DEFENDING CHAMPS Questions : Vicki or Kathy 377-8279
the Women's Track and Texas' Prairie View A&M
Field Championships provedto easily took the relay honors
be no different. with a 3449.: '
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5 The UF foursome of Mary The championship
McGroarty, Kathy Carroll, collegiate meet was
Kay Hooper and Cecil Lynn dominated by' UCLA, who
Carter took sixth place copped the team honors with the place
running a 3:57: mile. Paulos 79 points. Defending champs
had said after a preliminary Prairie View A&M took 'iU : f'
3:57.2 run that a repeat !second with 53 and Texas is not
it'
big enough 'yt
;, performance time-wise could Women's University was third : %
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1 squeeze a sixth place for UF. with 37.Freshman "
"I HAVE TO BE HONESTand Heidi Hertz, one for everyoneplace \\r :'t '<.'d'..
tell you that I didn't of two Lady Gator 1: 'f "
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expect them to repeat the representatives in the pen- :
I time." laughed a thrilled tathalon finished .12th after a :r.,
ti Lady Gator coach adding, "I crucial falter in the high
truly am pleased with. their ,jump. '
performance." Hertz, who regularly clears eserve now to be certain of Fall occupancy.'
Paulos said she feared the 5-ft.cleared only 49. The UF jJ
Lady Gators had given their team had expected Hertz to
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very pleased with the per-
campUF formances of the Lady 372-3557 Some of the, friendliest people In Gainesville J
Gators. She said she was
head basketball coach disappointed that sophmore
John Lotz and his staff will Mary McGroarty failed to
again conduct summer make it into the 880 finals
basketball camps at Bolles But for the rest of the
School in Jacksonville.First Gator team efforts especiallya
session will be held spectacular anchor leg of
June H-13 and the second the mile relay run by
!session is set for June 1520. McGroarty in the semi-finals,
1 Eligible to attend are all Paulos had high praise.
t boys 9-17 with the exception "We're young. This was a
of high( school )graduates.Costis brand new team with only two
$125 for overnight people ever having been
campers75 for day camp. exposed to a national
o Further information can be championship before. We did
obtained by contacting the extremely well and they
basketball office. should all be very proud."

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