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By JUDY MOORE plans were"to get to my house and have a big
Alligator Staff Writer party."
and DOUG HATCH Green, 28, is the youngest commissionerever
Alligator Wire Editor to be elected.
GREEN SAID THE support of some
followers of Ann Winnie, who ran third in the
Black attorney Aaron Green came on prim ..' helped in his victory.
strong in crucial precincts to top former city "Many of Mrs. Winnie's people came overo ... : s ti: ?
commissioner Ted Williams by 686 votes in : work for my campaign. We had very a MiR w#:- : w : ...+ Rjj i p1r R :.
the runoff race for Mayor Neil Butler's similar views on many of the issues," Green
vacated Gainesville City Commission seat. said.,
In a heavier voter, turnout than expected, Williams said a higher voter turnout might
Green picked up 3,503 votes for 55.4 per cent have helped him.
in an unofficial tally followed by William's "I CAMPAIGNED hard all over the city.
2,817 votes for 44.6 per cent. This kind of thing will happen as long as thereis
THE OFFICIAL RESULTS will be an- voter apathy. It definitely had an effect," he
nounced after returns are canvassed at the
Alachua County Supervisors of Elections ,who has now been defeated twicein
Office beginning at 10 a.m. today. bids to return to the commission, said he
Of the more than 35,000 registered voters, was unsure of what he would do now. ..
6.310 voted, 68 more than in the May 6, "Timing has had a lot to do with it. I don't "t .f.. ...!r....:J- "'::;" .f. ;:#, ...:.
election. That figure does not include 86 feel bad that I lost twice. I will probably run photo by ondy newman
absentee ballots cast in Tuesday's election. again for something else," he said.,
Williams took an early lead but after the WILLIAMS ADDED, "I feel like we ran a new city commissioner gets hug
sixth precinct reported Green was out in good race. I was supported by a lot of good
front, where he remained to the end. people and I want to thank them for it."
PREDOMINANTLY BLACK precinct 13, Green will be sworn in at noon Thursday at
To fee hikes layoffs
which votes at the Alachua County Board of City Hall along with re-elected commissioner I protest I.I I.

Public Instructions building on East ,Joseph Little. _
University Avenue went for, Green by a The reorganized commission will then
margin of 538 to 69. immediately convene to choose the new I Strike called for today I II

Green's campaign director, Judy Miller, ,Mayor-Commissioner who will replace
said the campaign had made no effort in that outgoing Neil Butler. -
precinct but had campaigned equally in all W.S. (Tiny) Talbot, who is regarded as the Students Against Cutbacks (SAC) are request to be speakers at the rally.
contender for the said asking all UF students to skip their classes
precincts. top one-year post, ,Domenech said UF President Robert Q.
"Let's face it, Aaron is black: and that is a Monday he would not accept the position if today and attend a rally at the Plaza of the Marston and Dean of Student Affairs
chosen due doctor's orders. Americas at 11 am.
black precinct, Miller said. to Thomas Goodale declined SAC's requestto
. IN THE FINAL tally, Green won 11 of the Talbot is recovering from a heart attack. The strike is being held to protest speak at the rally. "No administrators
Green declined his choice overcrowded classrooms, the tuition in-
16 precincts.: to comment on
will! be speaking at the rallyhe said.
The smiling Green said his immediate for the position. crease and teacher layoffs.
John Domenech, SAC spokesman saidno At press time there were no plans for
faculty members had responded to their any speakers at the rally.

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By BRIAN JONES TilE BOOKSTORE opened April i 17, three
\ N Alligator Staff Writer days before the first raid, and is Gainesville'sfirst .
and only adult ,shop. v
.. Investigators including FBI agents, raided The two FBI agents on the scene would not
the Adult, Book and Movie Store'at 606 N. comment on the raid.Whitworth" said "they
Main for the second time in a month, got here first" and speculated that, federal i
''Tuesday. agents may bring 'charges of interstate
Agents from the Gainesville Police transportation of obscene materials againstthe
Department (GPD) Narcotics and Organized bookstore operators. .| '
+ .. Crime Unit and State's Attorney Department The investigators gathered movie casettes
h tS investigators arrested manager Larry that were for sale from under the store cash '
Whitmore and seized dozens of 8mm movie register and also seized cassettes from dark
cassettes at about 2 p.m. projection chambers at the back of the dimlylit
OFFICERS 'CHARGED that Whitmore, I shop. '
i+"735;FAIT 19, of room 718 at the Gainesville Days Inn, THE CASSETTES with titles including
4 F t was in possession of obscene motion pictures "Bizarre Bondage," were packaged in boxes
with the intent tp self or show them. displaying sex scenes. ,*
"The bookstore is free to operate. We are Day-glow posters of nude female
just executing: a search warrant issued by silhouettes adorned the walls,of the projection
(Circuit Court Judge Wayne M.) Carlisle," chambers which are small, individual' and
--- "-- photo by david finkel State Atty. Eugene Whitworth ,said. private. .
Charges are still pending against an Adult WHITWORTH SAID Whitmore will be
LARRY WHITMORE Book and Movie Store clerk who was arrestedin arraigned in about two weeks.
busted for possession of,obscene movies a raid one mohth ago., Whitmore would not comment on the raid.

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no<.''issue, I picked Nelson Rockefeller and I think he has done a ..... :' ''' ''
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YORK (UPI) saying see '<
reason to change" wants Nelson Rockefeller to be his Vice good job. I would expect on the basis of" performance that .. .. ..' ':",..,",',,'.. ;. ,
The New York News would be my running mate in 1976. ,) "
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reported Tuesday in an exclusive interview.In Pressed further Ford added ,
partner and he has proven to be a good partner and I see no : VICE PRES.
standing by Rockefeller Ford obviously had rejected the "

suggestion of one of his political advisors that he throw open reason Ford to was change.asked how he expected to win next year's election f ROCKEFS1ER
the Vice nomination at the next year's: .GOP. .maybe
Presidential when only about'18 pet;tent of the voters in some recent polls .
convention in order to.satisfy the! conservative wing of the were identified themselves as Republicans.He .' I j V.P nomine

party. told the News "I think, basically, the American peopleare ...:. J. i In 1976
In his interview with the News' top Washington interested in performance rather than party label. If I .
correspondents Ford said he believed a Ford-Rockefeller perform well I don't think it is too material how people '"''If. ; ,
ticket could win the presidential election next year. register and so I am going to concentrate on performance and .; :k'r. ..i."

former take 'chances come November." :i. :
In reply to a question on his attitude toward my ',J./
Defense Secretary Melvin Laird's suggestion he let the Rockefeller governor of New York for more than a decade ;;

convention pick the Vice Presidential candidate Ford said t and a former unsuccessful candidate for the Republican ,,;,:
"I think any Republican candidate has to take his chances nomination for president was appointed Vice President by ". ;
in the convention including myself. But to get to the narrower Ford last fall and confirmed by the Senate this year.

I Stop-gap malpractice bill signedTALLAHASSEE wed nesd aycapsule

(UPI) -Gov. Reubin Askew signeda satisfied with the results.

stop-gap malpractice insurance bill Tuesday but said he is "This new law will help us avert a crisis in the delivery of Ford vetoes stripminebill
not sure it will lower rates for doctors who have threatened. to vital health care services in Florida and give us the time we
strike if their premiums do not drop soon. need to further evaluate all the many aspects of the
Askew said the bill (HB 1267)). which sets a $100,000 malpractice issue." said Askew. cites added costs
personal liability limit for doctors participating in a $25 He said though that the $100,000 limit on personal :
million malpractice pool, will ease the immediate crisis. He liability for damages will probably not make much of a dent
said a study committee set up by the bill will find long range in an individual doctor's malpractice insurance premium. WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford saying the cost
solutions to the quandry of doctors unable to practice for fear "Over the past 10 years, 98 per cent of the malpracticecases would be too high for workers consumers and the nation,
of astronomical malpractice suits if a patient is not fully have been settled for less than $100,000," said.Askew. Tuesday vetoed a strip mining bill meant to protect and'
restore the landscape.The .
bill's Congressional sponsors will seek a quick overrideof
the President's second veto of a strip mining bill in five

I months. In his veto message to Congress Ford said he could'
CIA sought contract to not sign it because it would:

e Cost of the jobs' of as many as 36,000 people "when
unemployment is already too high."

(UPI-The) Rockefeller Commission has derworld activities.It Increase utility costs "when consumer costs are alreadytoo
received evidence that the CIA once sought help from two was unclear whether there was any attempt to carry out high.
Mafia figures in a plot to assassinate Cuban .Premier Fidel the plot or at what level of government the 1961 project was t Increase American dependence on foreign oil "when we
Castro it was learned Tuesday. authorized. are already overly dependent and dangerously vulnerable."

A commission source confirmed the panel had uncovered a Top CIA officials have denied that the agency ever approved Reduce coal production at a time "when this vital

complete file in the Justice Department,. containing FBI any assassination plots,but they have not said whether domestic energy resource is needed more than ever."
memos on the matter. such plots were discussed. The showdown over the legislation was expected Wed.
According to the commission source the panel has received nesday in the House where the final'version was approved
The file reportedly showed that the Central Intelligence testimony about the file but has not yet received the file itself. 293.115-three votes more than the two-thirds necessary to
Agency contacted two Chicago underworld figures identified The Commission's Executive Director David Belin. refusedto nullify the veto.The Senate passed it 84 to 13.
only as Sam Giancana and John Rocelli in 1961 and offered a comment on the file's existence. Members of both chambers were reluctant to make the

contract to kill Castro. Poison capsules reportedly were Back in 1967 columnist Jack Anderson reported that outright predictions of outcome especially since proponents of

provided as the intended assassination weapon. Robert Maheu, a former FBI man with CIA connections who the law lost 32 votes when the compromise version gained

Both Giancana and Rocelli were said to have been under later became an official in the Howard .Hughes empire, House approval compared to the House vote on the original
investigation by the Justice Department at the time for unNew contacted the two racketeers about the Castro plot. draft earlier this year.

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I Cabinet lets stand summer attendance rule I

By DEBBIE IBERT Gob Reubin Askew, on the other hand, who go to school year-round and graduate
Alligator Staff Writer has said he considers the requirement of 15 early. He said universities might also consider
hours during the summer to be "reasonable" designing more "attractive" course schedulesfor t ti
The Board of Education comprised ,of adding universities 'must make full use of the summer quarter.
the Florida Cabinet Tuesday let stand a their facilities in all four quarters. Millet said the Cabinet criticized the
mandatory summer attendance rule but told BUT ASKEW did back Turlington'smotion regents plan for its vagues and "inequities."
the Board of Regents to come up with a better to neither,approve or disapprove For example the mandatory attendancerule
idea for enrolling more summer students., rule,in.effect allowing it to stand,while at the contains no specification the student
At their May meeting the regents passed a same time asking the regents to restudy would have to attend a public university -
rule requiring all students entering the State alternatives. not a community college or private institution
University System (SUS) 'with less than 90 "I 'would suggest the Board of Regents -for the required 1 15 hours. Millet explained.THE .
hours to take at least 15 hours of class during, might wish to study the possibility of differential RULE also fails to take, into con-
summer quarter before they graduate. tuition rates at the various in- sideration'that'some universities have much
EDUCATION Commissioner. Ralph stitutions during the summertime," sharper: drops in summer, enrollments than
Turlington however came out against the Turlington- earlier this week. others he added. There is the question too of
mandate proposal because he said it failed to Deputy Education Commissioner Pete whether students who receive College Level
solve the problem of under-used university Millet said the differential tuition idea wouldlet Examination Program (CLEP) credit would
facilities during the summer quarter.He the universities that need to boost summer fall under the mandate.Chancellordesignate .
suggested the regents "rethink" their enrollments lure more students into attendingthat E.T. York objected to
to rule from start
summer enrollment policy and investigateother quarter by offering lower tuition:rates. the mandatory rule from the start because he objected
alternatives before Sept. 1 I. 1976, when TURLINGTON also suggested the regents said it "will not get the job done." move towards requiring one summer quarterfor
the mandate rule would go into effect. think about offering "rebates" to''students_ Sen. Education Committee Chairman each two years a student is enrolled in the
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Robert Graham, D-Miami, instructed the university system.REGENTS ,
New editors chosenTom state universities to bring their summer CHAIRMAN Marshall Criser.
quarter enrollments up to 85 or 90 per cent of who cast the deciding vote in favor of the
!t: \'i\i\f" '''""','''";,' ,' 4ASwas selected Editor-in-Chief of The the other quarters' enrollment. mandate, said he was not satisfied the rule
'w"" > Alligator for rail and winter quarters. MANDATING LOWER division studentsto would "bring summer enrollment up to the
., j.t'k' Shroder, 21, who has been working at. The Alligator take 15 hours in the summer would only level the legislature expects.
.' ': : ; :,:.;; ),:! ,. since last summer is currently the assistant news editor. He increase that quarter's enrollment by 62 per Criser said he voted for the mandatory rule
: ,it is an anthropology'major cent York contends.He instead of the financial incentive plan becausehe
; ; "I hope 1 can live up, to the high standards set by favors a "financial incentive" plan thought some wealthier students would be
Alligator editors in the past," Shroder said. which would charge students an additional SIa able to "buy their way out" of summer at.
Doug Hatch, 4JM will be the managing editor summer credit hour in the fall, winter and spring tend nce.
quarter. Hatch, who is now Alligator wire editor, has been quarters.while lowering the summer quarter The regents had to take, some definite
,-i at the paper for a year and a half. tuition by $S a credit hour. action, he added, because the legislature had
TOM SHRODER Stuart Emmrich, 3JM, will be the managing editor fall If this plan failed to generate enough been waiting for a solution to'the. problem
I I ..dltorfor'fall winter quarter. He has been a staff writer for a year. summer attendance, York said he would since 1969.


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Anti-tuition. hike bill heads for voteBy

BRIAN JONES become law if the legislature takes no actionon hike.
Alligator Staff Writer them. That is likely to happen this year, That: resolution has been referred to the
Senate Education Committee Staff Director education committee and with Tucker
Jack Leppert said Monday. "talking about getting out of here a week
A bill that would ,help' tuition hike opponents Martin picked up a powerful co-sponsor. early" at the end of this month the
fight future increases is moving House Speaker Donald Tucker, for the bill resolution's passage "probably won't happen
surely through the Florida House and "will several weeks ago. ," Martin predicted.The .
get to the floor" for a vote, according to its "TUCKER SAYS HE'S against the tuition freshman legislator said he still will try 6y 4JJ
sponsor. hike,and yesterday he said he's going to bringit to get emergency "one-shot" funds for the
But Rep. Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne, ; (the tuition bill)on through," Martin said. troubled ,UF library when senate and a
.said Tuesday his second tuition bill a "But I don't know how much of that is house conferees meet to work out differencesin
resolution to disallow a hike proposed for next talk," Martin added. their state budgets. '
fall will likely not make it. Originally Martin had only one tuition bill. An unexpected addition to the budget a
MARTIN'S FIRST BILL,which the House It would have required this year's tuition hiketo request by Gov. Reubin Askew for more than
Education Committee approved last Thur- be approved as well as future increases.A $30 million extra for the state prisons also _
sday,would require active legislative approvalfor HOUSE subcommittee chopped the worries Martin he said. 4 "
all fee hikes recommended by the Board of provision of the' bill relating to this year's "I want to make darn sure that moray REP. SIDNEY MARTIN
Regents. hike, Martin said so he introduced a doesn't come from higher education." Martin .passage probably won't happen* I
Presently, tuition increases automatically resolution calling for rejection of next fall's said.

I Faculty mailboxes OK for soliciting union support I

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Hemp interim assistant vice president for academic affairs. Bedell director of personel and faculty relations in the y.
Alligator Staff Writer UF attorneys believed faculty mailboxes "could be con chancellor's office."Apparently .
strued as an aid" to faculty organizations and UF therefore the regents (counsel) doesn't agree with our
prohibited faculty groups from I using mailboxes to solicit counsel" Hemp said.
UF unions will be allowed Hemp said.
to support
faculty now use faculty
Hemp has already been instructed by UF Executive Vice
mailboxes to solicit support for their group because of an UF also did not consider faculty groups to be university
President Harold Hanson to allow faculty to use the
opinion issued by the Board of Regents. organizations-which did not entitle them to use university mailboxes. groups
Previously, unions at UF were not allowed to use the facilities he said.
mailboxes to solicit support because of a law formulated by BUT TIlE REGENTS lawyers said faculty groups are UF President Robert Q. Marston termed the regents'
the Public Employes Relations Commission. campus organizations and should be allowed to use university opinion "a bad decision" and said he will deliver a letter to
THE LAW STATES a state institution "can neither hinder facilities, such as mailboxes, if university policy allows other the chancellor's office in Tallahassee Thursday protesting the
nor'aid. a collective bargaining group, according to Gene organizations to use campus facilities, according to George opinion. .

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PO Component system $15000 Coll :372- 1973 Honda CL-100 Good condition just feckides Control air, kitchen, dryer vlrcoyo opts. No.89$53 per call Grill
bar. $350 .oll utilities, 377-8014 (b-5t-138- utilities, Available immediately! Pootb.pi .
1832 (a-2t.39-p| )_ Inspected Sissy dependable. father 1W-36-t' I ,n'\
378-"S7: (
2 the 71 Suzuki T500 completely rebuilt, or best offer Must Sell 372-0160' (aSt.LOp P) In the
engine, mechanically perfect fairing I )_ Only $60 a month to take over lease at summer sublet 2bdr
Getaway call 373W9
il25 $210 month -
the Place Deposit $10 required. Mutt pines opts unfurn only 2 blocks to
$700. Coll Doug 376-09W. Must see Kenwood receiver 22 watts per channel campus
1':00 And PO also 10 gal fish tank + access. Best $$ BSR 310x turntable, 2 ultralmear 200 rent by June I. Gory at Murphree K 579 for more info. (b-5t-l36-p)

Judge- (e-St.139-p I ), speakers, lloyd portable cassette player or toll 392-7110 (b-5t-l38-p) temole roommote for .summer, privet NON leasing for fall
all electric,
Electric guitar and amp, Unlvox block phones 50(8 tracks 70 albums best offer How.Vill.Apt to sublet 2 bdrm pool tide- room & both, shag rug and
125 Roy Bean solid body with silver trim 50 rms omp' leave message for dove.392-7629 (a-5t- port furn. June free $175. mo 373-6325 neat quiet opt good price too rentnegotiable

71SO LAST OAt PO will take any reasonable offer over I4O-p) (b-St-138-p I ) ____ coif |udy 3733150.5t138( 914 SW 8th Ave. 37a.722
$100 call 3778422. (o- -l39-p) 30' trailer, : complete kitchen A furn. two roomotei needed for fall to shore ------- ---- ""

3 man's schwinn varsity 10 speed bike sleeps three, air conditioned available matter bedrom at gator town opts call
Albert Finny bock rock, chain $70, :377-0166 (a1390 -*- June 15 asking $2500 see to appreciate :378-4U7 ask for tony (b-St-137-p)

Murder on ])!____ call 372-0528 (o- -l40-p)_ Needed mole roommate to shore rr'cet' :\ *+{ 11 1 Return Engagement
1973 650 Yamaha great condition 6400 NIKON low light special 55 mm fl. 2 auto mobile home own room I VI bath let I
':JO the Orient nikkor mint, $150 now try those candle i heat $70 4W ulil.
miles new clutch' $950 call 372-1093 --- central air .233 West Unlv Ave 377,3013 7:30: & 10 D0
7100 Express ((0-41-139-p) available light shots call 377-0125 (a-3t- Available thru summer-evenings
I IO.p) call Mike, 377-7641' (b-4M39-p)
'13D TI-2500 calculator' + -, *, |, chain, and
73 bega gt stationwogon oc good NEEDED DESPARATELY 1 female
LAST DAY PO mined calcn., stored constant,
rechargeable: bolt, 6 mos warranty, condition $1500 call 378-5138 leave roommate for Brandywlne opt 2 br, 2 IHf KING AW) H'S' HJfAl SHOI
$45 Coll 3723798. (o-5t.l37-p) name t number (o-3t-140-p) bath furn. Sept to Dec. only $75 plus1uill. /

3400 white whirlpool refrlg 8 c.f. for sale. less call :378-077)' ) (b-7t-139-
Stereo System. Kenwood receiver,
Pardon Dual 1218 turntable, Jensen model 6 than 1 yr. old. Call bruce at 3720254. Pj)

:30 speakers. Warranty Tom 377-7727 (o4t71' keep trying best offer. (o-5t-140-p) large Room private bathroom in very KING OF HE ARTS

My 1 37-P1) Complete Mintola camera system 'Including nice house with air Furnished or

t o Blooper 12' 60 mobile home 2 bed liv the 102 body, :3 lens, and many unfurnished students only available .
: occ 377.5436 ((0-2M40-P)_ now 70 + 1-3: uti. optn Fall 378-6576 1 '? Mm lus j k r <'
room.fr. kit. both central heat. air-patio
10:00 furnish, out. wash safe tr. pf good condo commercial 4 drawer filing cabinet $50 (b-3l-139-p)

4-'00 after 5 pm 377-1654 wkdays. (a2t.110p metal office arm chair $15 I 6. 8 green male roommate wonted June-August
LAST DAY [Ii) I ) rug $3 window drapes cheap Call Zone at French qtrs $50 mo. + utilities lostmonth
376-2120 free call 373-9502 off. 6 (b-
-=::: (o-i-l40-p)_ rent -"

Two fine guitars Gianlnl classical with 3t-t39-p) LAST 2 NIGHTS
ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES case $12500 Gibson, steel string In Rent own room for summer option for
beautiful condition $10000 377-0970: or foil $80 month I block to campus call DON? MISS ITI !
A Cselrter
377-4107' anytime (a-7M35-p)_ 377-8885 Room available starting June
I convenient and cool. (b-2t-l39-p)
Wedding Bonds, t Engagement-Rings.
7:15: 9:15: Traditional or Contemporary design ofyour | Sublet for summer one-bed apt ox.
N. w. sire
choice. Handmade for Individualswho carpet furs terrace, disposal Indry.on

a/Mattei/ Productions presents want the best. Original work by.SoIth' premises $150 mo. Bob :373-8874
leading Artists. Master Gold evenings foil option. 1100 SW 6 Av
Smith and lopidist. Unconditional 205 (b-St-139-p)

Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only. Sublet summer fall option 1 br furn.

the 373-3894 ((0-491-105-p)_ Olympia apt 204 I block to campus
where con ac carpet great condition $150 mo.
\968* buddy mobile home 2 br I bath
toll 378874 (b-5t-139-p)
central heat + air, washer, dryer,
awning utility' shed. orredondo village. .Nice opt for summer. 1 Bedroom $136
377.5437 (o-5t.l37-p) mo.Pool.Close to Shands.SW 16th St.C-
24 Summit H...378-5803 call or come by
lilies bloom for Sale Pioneers Best CS-99A Speakers
after 4pm. (b-5t-l38-p)
$35000 pr. FIRM Serious Inquiries Only 2J3 W. U.n. AWl. & 377.J013
Coll Rob at 373-7026. (o-5t-138-p) DUPLEX 2 bdrm, available June thru
1976 furnished quiet, yard porch, NW
SCUBA EQUIP; Mark IV Reg Mark 11
section $175 really nice place. 373-6395
Q. 1IBdIII alum lank + back-ckick call Debbie: tb-5t-138-p) Leas Campbell
377-7696 (o- -138-p)
AVAILABLE NOW 2 females wonted to ..
tail wl SORRY 730: 930: matched set of beautiful diamond .presents"EUROPESRNEST
share plush bedroom in Gotorwood opt
wedding rings white gold embeddedwith
e thru august. May rent plus Vt June rent BANDKMFTWW
diamonds only ISO dollars need
paid call carol 378-9781 (b-5M38-p)
M w. t s.. money bad worth 300 dollars. 372-7893
((0-3t-138-) Female roomate needed for 2 br opt :3
julie cIuistie. ''turntable blocks from campus. Own room A-C.
dual 1216 with odc230
for $59-mo. t M utilities, call lien* at
THI"TT.iJCT cartridge! base cover O>4 cables $14000 I
378-9728 (b-5t-138-p)
warren toeaftyom I yr old buying a dual 701 call Norman
at 37721385)( ) 377-1853 (o-S -138-p) sub-lease country garden apt June rent wlih(;" the'finest
free with option to rent for fall. I
,- Columbia Pictures StereoPioneer: 737 i PIA 450 Empire
bedroom completely furnished near Sound i Ugh"'n' the World
spks. All new warranty except spks med center 373-5050372.6854 (b-5t-138-
but mint. Car cassette wi FM stereo C

spks S89 378-9192' (o-5t-l38-p) Pj) z UES MAY 27 8&11

1 =. MOBILE HOME furnished air cond. 10 Sublet; 2bdr"opt for summer-open for a ,
foil-Country Monor-200 a mnth offer.Coil .
SO good condition t good location call or
w. ssiss stssst 6:66 7:66 w. ii*+ mm= IM 3:80 for details$2100 or make offer 3784972 373-7460 (Q4M37-P) $4&$5 Reserved

ss4.axsvuo 1.66; tMouuv.w I 5): )7.M (a3M3p)_ JUNE RENT FREF.2 bdr. 2 bath opt. Sublet

9:80 CANOE shells-fiberglass 18 ft. do your avail" June 15 till sept furn. 240a month TIckets )
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From Our Bar Alligator Staff Writer Another reason for the lack of significant
gains by women and blacks is that "results of
1H04MHr/ A 8 .99
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recruitment efforts for blacks have been less
Ill..dyM.ry-Ad&IclouschiII.dIloodpM.ry..rv.dwith! .c.I.ry.Nch f ..99fisheRman The number of women and blacks holding productive than anticipated., McPherson
10 cents beer 11:30-2:00 official positions in Alachua County has added.
increased slightly since January. according to Between January and April. six of the 11
: itaLIAn an Afflrmative'Action report to the county openings in Affirmative Action positions were
commission at their Tuesday meeting.The tilled by women or blacks "which is con-
2310 SW 13th St. county commission also discussed a sistent with the plan's goal of filling one of
proposed charge for rabies tags and the every two vacancies with a black or female."
We accept Master Charge j IF"=- formation of the Citizen's Participation McPherson'said.'
and Bank Americard BBxa''': Committee. THE COUNTY COMMISSION also held a
DALE MCPHERSON, coordinator of the public hearing on a proposed ordinance
Alachua County Affirmative Action Plan. which would require tags to be worn by all
reported at the county commission meetingthat dogs vaccinated for rabies in Alachua County. .
the number of women employed by Fees collected by the sale of the tags would
AI'.chua County increased from 41 in Januaryto fund Alachua County's neutering program.
45 this April an increase of 1.7 per cent. which is suffering from lack of funds.
The number of blacks in Affirmative The county commission authorized Weston
DITTOSQuick Action positions increased from 12 in Januaryto to solicit applications for the Citizens Par-
13 in April an increase of.4 per cent. ticipation Committee of the Regional..
Affirmative Action positions include official Planning Council. .
and managerial positions, professionalssuch The committee would include five members
as keypunch operators and technicianssuch from Alachua County seven members from
as ambulance attendants McPherson Gainesville and one member from each townin

Drawers. Feel the Fit! explained. Alachua County.Applications .
"SEVERAL OF THE positions that have for the committee are
been filled by blacks or females actually available at the county commission office on
replace blacks or females previously holding the fourth floor of the county courthouse.

i3&i s t f fy1.,/.:h.. I Cam// file/ was notsto/enl/

i. yf, ? b ,a,.,, hX rskrws Contrary to reports in Tuesday's Alligator, Larry Turner.
a file containing information about charges GPD Captain: C.C. Snowden said
,x 7
.' }+ it against former Gainesville Eight defendant fingerprints had been found on the file but
Scott Camil was not stolen. the prints had not been identified.
The file was not taken from the home of UF Cassel discovered someone had entered his
law student Bill Cassel. but was searched home Monday when he returned at 1 p.m.
without being removed from the area, ac- and found the front and back doors open.A .
cording to Sgt. Don Dean of the Gainesville television was missing and the file on
Police Department (GPD). Camil had been moved from the back room toa
x The file in question was taken to GPD to be table near the front door.A .
checked for fingerprints. The investigator number of other items of equal or greater
transporting the file was accompanied: by value were left undisturbed Cassel said.
st Cassel, who is working for Camil's lawyer. The Alligator regrets the errors.

Karate club clothes drive


to aid Eglin refugees set


By FRANK RINELLA organization."WE exhibition and must have
Alligator Staff Writer WERE ABLE to get had half of the camp there to
Refugees at Eglin Air Force two vans from (the UF watch it." Davis said.
Base may be wearing clothes department of) intramuralsand 'THE KIDS REALLY likeit
that once belonged to UF used all the space that we they were really beautiful,"
students. didn't need for people to put he said.
UF's Cuong Nhu Karate clothes in," Davis said. The organization is
Club is planning to collect Each of the club members planning to go back up to the
clothes on a campus-wide were placed in charge of one base in a few weeks
scale (for distribution to family Davis said. After they "probably around the
Vietnamese refugees at Eglin were settled in, the volunteers weekend of June 7," Davis
Air Force Base, on May 31 showed them around the said."We
$7.50 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.. camp pointing out the are going to try and
Y' THE KARATE CLUB recreation facilities and where bring up another batch of
spent last weekend at the air the food is served. clothes because they really

Quick Drawers. They pull on in a second refugees base helping settle into the their incoming new "We also put on a karate need them" she said.'Superstars'net .

-and fit like a second skin., Naturally. delivered"tent city"clothes home that they and I

They're from Dittos. And Dittos invented fit. have already collected. $300
"We helped them settle
into their tents and then took The American Cancer The four people who took

TUP t '" ,*. \.t..t' them to get their .'medical' Society's first annual fundraising top ,honors were: David
; 1 check '"up'' and their social event; ''SuperStar 75 Wright 2UC top vanity
security cards." Mary A. netted more than S300 for the athlete; Nancy Tew, 2UC, top
WlURHOUSE Davis. Cuong Nhu Karate charity. women student athlete; Tad
Association secretary said. Sixty'four competitors Ensslin, 3UC top general
The 13-member group also fought In three days of student athlete; and John
took up clothing they competition for the title of Clifford of WGVL, winner of,
........-.. collected from friends and bestoveralJh.lft! ;:jti',eacK/o,the community representativeLUNCH'SPECIALS .
, ... ,to2lW..'Unrv"rsltV Ave r ::, .....l... /! 'other.'members in the karate category law.wtetedd.- *.*+>' \,caUltoryti': Jt \ittt,\....'"
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Peg..lit.liwUp*t LEWIS alltntlf:,<$ W con tolp you find o hom .
: oportnwM.mobile hem ,
't:' yr orroortlmoM
New evaluation proposal h Jow""co"" .", _?t... .., ,iy: <<:" m*ooty woyl
: CLASS RINGS f.'t;: : W.t iN> "'::: ::;ffit OUt HI 'IS'WEFUNOABCIjoa
REPAIRS200W.UnlvrtityAv 71&W .iv"'Ave. WHOOB n
.. ./ 371' Own 7 O.vs hi 100: 3774700

:puts. quality. I 'over auantitv 372-4106

By STUART EMMRICH evaluate it and decide if resources and FILM PROCESSING SERVICE
Alligator Staff WriterA potential students are there to keep going..
new monitoring: system of program BRYAN SAID HE objected to the '
productivity, stressing quality of programs' "numbers game" of program productivity 12 PrintsKdacotor
rather than numbers of degrees granted: will but added he did not think the regents wouldbe II $257
be proposed this week to a Board of Regents willing to do.wat'ith that type of control.
committee. "We can't get away without some system of Processed and Printed
Robert Bryan vice president for academic monitoring but we can bring in the concept Everyday
affairs, said Tuesday he would present the of quality and outside evaluation with this 3 Day Service Low PricetGfB'ML
proposal at a meeting later this week of the system." Bryan said. .
regents program committee. Bryan said basing the guidelines for
UNDER THE PROPOSAL, programs in degrees on national averages instead of a.set .
the State University System would be number for all programs ranging from e
monitored by the regents to determine if they horticulture to biochemistry would be a | >film |
fell one-third below the national average of more fair monitoring system.
degrees granted in that Field. UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said
Then a study would be done by an outside he had some objections about keeping 'a CATALOG SHOWROOM

evaluation team to determine the quality of number of guidelines for degrees when 4101 S. Main St. at S.W.13th St. 376-7616
the program, contrasting it to similar evaluating programs. '
programs at other schools in the university But he was told by Bryan the proposal was
system. the only chance state schools had to do away.
Bryan said the team could decide the with the present system which both agreedwas .............a
quality of the probationary program was so "entirely irrational."
high that it should be continued recommending that a similar program at program committee said he recognized a
another school be dropped.IT "need for something more as .a ,criteria for OCALA CYCLE PARK
WOULD BE up to the regents to make a judging programs" than just degrees granted.
final decision on whether the programs KIBLER SAID "fiscal restraints" on
should be discontinued.The education funds in the future meant Presents
current productivity system is based on programs offered in the university system 1
the number of degrees granted by programsin must be carefully evaluated. V
a three-year period.If "We have to decide which programs to
a program falls below a set number of retain and weed out those programs that are
degrees in that time period the regentsPlayschool unncessary and weak" Kibler explained.
There are currently 36 UF programs on E GRASS
probation based on the number: of degrees
they have granted in the past three years Ed

sciences Silbert university said. system director of social STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

can remainThe THE MOST CRITICAL UF program is the
doctoral degree in French,which is in its third Motocrossbles
year of probation Silbert said.
Three Bears House play school will be Silbert said a study was done by the regents
allowed to stay in the wooden frame house it which determined UF-was "anticipating they
has occupied for 24 years.. would be complying with the degree criteria Saturday, day, May 25th
Arthur Sandeen, vice president,for student soon" and the program was granted another
affairs said Tuesday UP "made a mistake"by year's probation. Hare Scram 200 Purse:
telling the school owners the house had to Silbert said he was not sure if UPs 10:00-11:30 A. _
be vacated by July to provide housing for eight monitoring proposal would be very accurate. :ert Motocross Championship
UF students in the fall. in determining which programs should be Amateur Motocross Champicnsh' :
2:00: P.M.
The house is owned by UF and was being kept on each year. 1:00: P.K.Bluegrass .
leased to the play school on an idefinite basis. "WE COULD CALL in outside evaluatorsto Championship
UF housing officials notified the school the look at a program.. but they may have Bands' Team Parachute Jumps
house was needed to combat an unexpected already formed an opinion based on long term 12:00-: Til g Lowi's 1st Jump)

housing shortage in the fall. impressions about the national reputationand Movie "On Any Sun Sandeed. who learned of the school's not if the program is really any good," 4: 8:30 P.M. BLUEGlUSS & Gospel Groups
situation last week, met with'the school Silbert explained. : : ::00 P.M.
owners and with the parents of some of the 50 HE ADDED IT was also difficult to a 9:00
children who regularly attend there. convince people to give up a program at their 46 LAM PEES
Sandeen said he did not realize the "im- school to.save one at another. .
plications of our moving them out" and "Every time you talk about taking away PLUS COOCAL ARDS.
explained some alternate housing should be programs you get a look of anguish and
available for "just eight students." horror" Silbert said. Gene: $5.00


Vt Mile East of ne n 12 Miles North of Ocala

in room 34V Kettz Union. Promoted by: Bob King Sr. Fred Lowd
Alligator Staff Writer SEMINAR "Insights into Maimonide'sViewof
Repentance" will be the topic by Prof. = Information ((904)) 466-3095
GYMNASTIC SHOW The Women's Dennis Weiss at the1 Hillel Foundation -= =-== ,-===
Gymnastic team will sponsor its second Thursday at 9 p.m. at 16 NW 18th St.
annual spring show Thursday night at 7:30 in BUSINESS GRADS The Graduate Business ...............................'............I
the Florida Gym. The public is invited. Association will hold elections and discuss -
LIBERTARIANS. The Libertarian Party of football seating tonight at 7, Matherly Hall STUDENT DISCOUNT TICKET i
Alachua County will meet tonight at 8 in room 11.STUDENT. = MAY 24th & 25th =
room 362 J. Wayne Reitz Union. SUPPER The University United = FLORIDA BLUEGRASS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
OIL LECTURE J. Howard Bass chief Methodist Church will have a student supper Amateur =
production geologist for Texaco will talk on tonight at 6 at 1320 W. University Ave. A SI Moto-X, Hare Scramble. Prof. Moto-X, Mini Cycle Moto-X .
Bluegrass & Gospel
"Oil Exploration in a Jungle Environment" donation is requested. Groups Parachute Jumps Free Movie. .
tonight at 8 in room 213 Floyd Hall. STATS There will be, a meeting of all = Sat.Dc.Tk., Adm. $4.00< Sun. Adm ,\$5.00 .
DEMOCRATS Young Democrats will meetat statistics majors third period Friday in roomG ,200 Disc. Tk. 3.00 a
7:30 p.m. in Broward Hall room 100 186 McCarty Hall.) $200OCALA 52.00 .
Thursday. CIRCLE Ki Circle K club will meet Thursday = CYCLE PARK
REPUBLICANS The UF I Republicans will night at 6 In room ISO C.D Reitz Union 12 Miles N. of =
meet Thursday' at'' 8 p.m. in the Murphree COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat clubwill Ocala % Mile E. of new'301 on SR 316 .
Commons. Cub elections will be at 9:30: p.m. meet tonight at 7 in room 347 Reitz = KEEP STUB fOR SUNDAY :
GAY WUFT Channel 5 will explore the Union. .........fir........... :
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question of homosexuality tonight at 11 and BLOODMOBILE The Civitan Regional ...........

Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Blood center will be taking blood donations Free.
SIGMA TAU SIGMA: Sigma Ty Signup'jJ! ,Jodi'Y,and,Thursday from 9 a.m. ttbe .2 p.mzigL .... ,' Camping, ri.dQ Nigllt
meet to discuss election of ofcerat{ 7 topight! *,P'azaor! the Americas. ...,\ "", .....lrt\.Lbl. ..ti..i.. ..i. ......t,.. .....r1'4..r..y. ., .

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JUST LOOKINGSanta Silver ,Springs grounds: Landscaped and-

Fe Community gardens. Glass-bottom .
'College Teaching Zoo, boats, underwater 'walk-
SFCC Northwest Campus.An way in the main 'spring.
eight-acre forest 'withwetdry ', Jungle Cruise, swimming.
''I' ", Allen
i ,noat t containment Also Rosi Reptile
for a fine Institute, InternationalDeer
collection of animals from Ranch, Early
North, Central and South American Museum, and
America. Credit courses Prince of Peace Memorial.
available in BiologicalParks ,Motels and restaurants.Six .
technician program. miles east of Ocala on
SR 40.

AAarineland: Two giant Juniper Springs: A federal
aquarium tanks recreation area with a 12-
surrounded by glass mile canoe trip. Swim and
portholes plus trained picnic. Natural aquarium.
porpoise stadium. On Small bubbling springs,
A1A, 18 miles south of St. camping and trailer areas

Augustine. and cabins. On SR 40, 28 4-,
miles east of Ocala in the
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Ocala National Forest.
Park: State park of the
home and grounds of Salt Springs: Natural salt
Marjorie Kinnan spring where giant blue
Rawlings, Pulitzer Prize crabs make the trip worth-
winning authoress of THE: while. Swimming and skin
YEARLING, SOUTH MOON diving, picnic areas,
UNDER, CROSS CREEK. weekend cabins, a
Fully restored. Boat ramp, restaurant, and dancingarea.
picnic area. 20 miles southof On SR 19 nine miles
Gainesville on SR 325, north of Silver Springs.Hart .
between Orange and
Lochloosa lakes. Springs: A county
park in Gilchrist County.
Swimming area, snack
Six Gun Territory: Western bar, pavillion, picnicing
town. Gun fights, area, and camping. Drive
locomotive ride, gondola west on SR 26 past
skyride, amusement rides, Trenton; take SR 341 north
Indians, saloon, museum. and SR 344 west. The truns
Adjacent to Silver Springson are well marked.
SR 40.
Weeki Wachee: Live
mermaids perform underwater -,
SPRINGS viewed from
underground theatre.river
Manatee Springs: boot or Tours by riverboat i
Swimming, 300-yard pieror or train. Eighty miles
jungle walk past the south of Gainesville on
springs to the Suwannee.Boat U.S. 19 and SR 50. Open
ramps and picnic daily.
facilities. Off U.S. 19 just
north of Chiefland. Homosassa Springs:
Underwater walkway.Odd .
White Springs: Home of and interesting
the Stephen Foster species of fish found in
Memorial. Carillon this spring. River cruise,
concerts, Suwannee River nature; walk. Beautiful
tours. Open 9:30-5:30.: : On gardens and a fine
U.S. 441 & 41, 13 miles collection of alligators. 75
,north of Lake City. miles: south of Gainesvilleon
U.S. 19.

Rainbow Springs: River
boat 6r under-the-water WATERWAYSWithlacoochee
river cruises, monorail
: This is a
above the forest, quarter pretty boat trip. One
horse farm, jungle walk, recommendation is to put
80-foot aviary, new in at Dunnellon and go up
camping grounds. Located river to Rainbow Springs.
four miles north of
Dunnellon, one mile east Suwannee: Put in at
of U.S. 41.Magneis Manatee or Oldtown for a
trip to the Gulf. Many
springs-almost all ac-
Springs: Twelve
cessible by boat-can be
miles east of Gainesvilleon
found river.
SR 20. A spring-fed up
pool and picnic area. Oklawha: About one mile
past Silver Springs on SR
Alexander Springs: Alsoin 40, the State ,Park systemhas
the Ocala National boat ramps and picnic
Forest. Alexander Springshas areas., Booting fans
a nature trail, camp- recommend the trip up

sites, and trailer facilities.On the Silver River.,',I to. ,Silver, -I','
'SR 19 east-of Ocala. Springs.

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( = v- "Key; r, ,..,u. JU miles tout ot Palatkaon 28., Buddy's Landing; QUO VADIS?
Camping; P- Picnicking; 9. Blue Springs; two State Road 19; CP- Earlton on Santa Fe' lake;
S Swimming; F miles northwest of SFBBRH. CPSFBBR. GOIN'll
Fishing; B Boating; BR Bronson on State Road 19. lake Delancy; 17 30. Newnan's Lake WHAR YA'LL ,
Boat Rental; M 339, on State Road 339A miles south of Palatka on Park; five miles east of
Museum; H Hiking.) for two miles; PSF State Road 19;. CPFB. Gainesville on State Road PLAN YOUR SUMME '
10.Crystal River Historic 20. Johnson Field; 14 20; PFB.
1. Oleno State Park; Memorial; two miles miles south of Palatka on ,31. Morningside Park,
nine mites north of High north of Crystal River on State Road 19; CPFB. three miles east of VACATION NOW
Springs on U.S. 41; U.S. '19-98; M. '21. 'Rodman Dam; 10 Gainesville. on State Road
CP,SF,BMH. 11. Silver Springs; five miles south of Palatka on 26; PH,.
2. Ichetucknee State miles east of Ocala on State Road 19; PFB. 32. Marjorie K. EUROPEMIDDLE
Park; five miles northwestof State Road 40; tourist 22. Rice Creed Rawlings Home; 15 miles
White Springs on U.S. attraction; Six Gun Recreation Area; eight southeast of Gainesvilleon EAST
27; PSFB. Territory; tourist at- miles northwest of Palatkaon State' Road 325; M;
3. Branford WaysidePark traction. State Road 100; PH,. Park, PFB. AFRICA
; Branford; on 12. Ocala National 23. Ravine Gardens 33. Devil's MillhopperState
Suwannee River; PFB. Forest; just east of Ocala State park; Palatka, P H. Park; seven miles SO. AMERICA
4. Hart Springs; six on S.R. 40. 24. Crescent Beach; 27 northwest of Gainesvilleon .
miles north of Suwannee 13. Fore Lake; 15 miles miles northeast of Palatkaon State Road 232; PH.
River on State Road 341; northeast of Ocala on State Road 207 and 34. Lake Sampson;
CPSFBH. State Road 314; CPSFB. State Road 206; CPSFB. seven miles southwest of
5. Otter Springs; five 14. Mill Dam; 19 miles 25. Gold Head State Starke. HAWAII
miles north 'of Suwannee east of Ocala on State Park;. six miles\ northeastof 35. Olustee Battlefield
River on State Road 341; Road 40; CPSFB. Keystone Heights on Historic Memorial;, 17 CARIBBEANMICANOPY
CPSFBBRH. 15. Juniper Springs; 27 State Road 21; CPSFBH. miles east of Lake City on
6. Suwannee River; Old miles east of Ocala on 26.Magnolia Lake State U.S. 90; M. ??
Town on U.S. 19-98; State Road 40; CP- Park; three miles. nor- 36. Ocean Pond; 12
CPSFBH. SFBBRH. theast of Keystone Heightson miles east of Lake City.on CALL377.4221
7. Manatee Springs 16. Alexander Springs; State Road 21; PSFB. U.S. 90; CPSFBH. -
State Park; seven miles six miles south of Astor 27. Strickland's lan- 37. Stephen Foster
west of Chief land on State Park on State Road 445; ding; eight miles east of Memorial; White Springson UNIVERSITY CITY
Road 320; CPSFBBRH. CPSFBBRH. Starke on State Road 16; U.S. 41; PFBM.H.
8. Cedar Keys Historic 17. Salt Springs; 22 CPSFBBR: kingsley 38., Blue Springs; four
Memorial in Cedar Key; miles south of Palatka on Beach, also eight miles miles west of High Springson Travel
BM,; Levy County State Road 445; CPSFB. east of Starke on State State Road 236; CPSF. 923 West University Avenue,Gainesville, Florida 32601
Wayside Park in Cedar 18. Silver, Glen Springs; Road 16; CPSFBBR.RiPOFF .


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FORTS" down the ., Workshop, Florida Players

Matanzas Inlet. Fifteen'. at U. of F., the VEstpocket

miles south of St. Players at SFCC, and the
Fort Clinch: Civil fort
Augustine on A1A. Gainesville Little Theatre.
(now housing a museum) The
on the St. Marys River on Hippodrome
.' Fernandina Island. BACKPACKINGBackpacking opened Lyslstrara/ a
It comedy about sex and
Beaches and camping .
'In Fla.-
:" areas war, on May 16.
: 1 .t".: facilities in the state park
Ga Ocola National
: "<.: Florida Players will
there. North: of :
% Jacksonville 'Forest; Everglades close, its season with the
National t I Park ; musical Guys and Dolls.

Apolachicola National See the. Salvation Army

I FISH SPECIALS! TANKS, TANKS TANKS! Castillo De San Marcos: Forest; The Big Cypress pitted against gamblers in
[ National monument Swamp; Okefenkoee this Broadway Hit.

(WED. ONLY) 10 gal.. 4.50 example of Spanish National Wildlife Refuge; The Gainesville Little

Tiger Barbs 41.00 20H 10.95 military architecture; and Appalachian Trail (from Theatre, offers Br/godoon/

I I 2V4 Clown Loaches 3.50 ea 14 gal. 12.95 : construction. History goes Ga. to Maine). Youll hear some of the/

f : Zebra Danlo 41.00. 29 gal. 15.95 back to original woodenfort most beautiful and lasting

'. Common Angels 31.00 30 gal. 19.95 built In 1565. Open CHEAP THRILLS tunes written for musical.

Block Tetra 31.00 47 gal. 35.00 daily the year round. Skating Palace: 1925 NW ..theatre.
Jumbo Gourami 2-1.00 Located in downtown St. 2nd St. Pantomime will be
Open everyday.
Med. Assorted Angels:. 1.69 ea. PET FOODS IN BULK Augustine.Fort Tuesday reserved for featured in a free "end of
Green 21.00 the term"
Kissers presentation at
parties only. Rentals are
I Rosy Barb 2-1.00 Hamster'Chow ..39Ib.. Caroline: Along the free except all day Friday SFCC. Dates and times' will

1 MORE MORE MOREII Lab Chow ..39lbParrot ; St. Johns River. Museum, and Saturday afternoon. be published soon.'

Mix .75-lb. French settlement was the Admission varies ac- If you want to get involved -

Finch Mix ..59lb.Sunflower first permanent colony in backstage, you11
cording to day& time. Call
.FEATHERS. '.A FUR Seed .75-lb. the U.S., built in 1564. 3766508. find that theatre people'will '

Hamsters 1 1.29 Rabbit Chow .39-lb. Replica of the old French be glad to have 'your

1 Parakeets 7:95: Guinea Pig Chow ...39Ib..50bag. marker, located on the BEACHES help.
highest bluff on the St. The set must be built .
Peach Face Love Birds 50.00 pair.
rw Bedding Johns River, East of ( Distances from and painted. Lights must
Green Cheek Parrot. 175.00 .
1 Cedar I Jacksonville near the GainesvilleCrescent) be hung and focussed,
Finsch's Amazon 175.00
Finch's 12.50 Ea.P.I.cel 1.25-bag i. mouth of the St. Johns St. Augustine-75 miles; (sometimes as many as

Salt Block .25 River. Jacksonville; 100)). Curtains must berehung.

Daytona-98; Indian Costumes must be
COMPLETE SELECTION OF FRESH WATER PLANTSI I Fort Matanzas: National Rocks-Clearwafer; designed 'and made.

TETRAMIN REFILLS 20 PERCENT OFF monument, not as largeas St. Petersburg-150. Props must be begged,

AcrMS Hour,, Fort San Marcos. Site of borrowed or mOde. Sound

From JM i;leltll My AT' io, i', 378-REEF Spanish massacre of the THEATERGa'inesville must be recorded.
'U'1 NW.1 13tk St. Sun : 5' French Small museum by has four Makeup must be

the wharf. One must active theatrical groups, designed, the' show. must
reach the actual fort by the Hippodrome Theatre be .cast.

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Canoeing areas near has it been ? .,...;:" '

Gainesville: Juniper NEW
Springs'Run (in the'Ocala
Have good time
a 1\S\11
National Forest); It-
with for
us your "ere"
next fraternity or UN\'l it
of(thirty minutes 'northwest sorority party. 1 'We et\'o'/'1 1 :; l' 11
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Suwannee River. For more ,uu '1Ug

information, write Florida Y ..,.t')!.!: '
Dept. of Natural (t. "
Resources, Larson Bldg., ,'
Tallahassee, Fla 32304 for 1JN
the booklet entitled +L% t' 0
"Florida Canoe Trail Skatug (
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ATHLETICS 1925 N.W.e 2nd St. .> .i} tNNO ""',

Men's Softball,7:30: & 9:00: 376-6508 I ,.. I
pm Mon-Fri., Westsideand > t\ \ @ S a,

Meadowbrook Parks. .; :,C..
Call 377-8811.
Swam.,Sdwdul. Jun.1 d4. 1,147!

Women's Softball: 7:30: & Moue Admiral.. R.ntalr

9:00 pm, Mon.-Fri., Sunday 830-11 2.5 pm m $100$1.00 free Free
Northeast Park. Call 377- Mon 7.10 m .75 free \
8811 Tuesd Closed Reserved For Portkes
Wednesday 2-5 pm .50 free .
Golf Lessons: 9:00: 10:00;: 7.10 m .75 Free t
Thursday 7.10 m 75 free ,
& 11:00: am, Tue. & Thur., 812 pm 150 .SO : % :
Ironwood Golf Course 0 pm .50 Free ,
$1.00 per bucket, pro. 2.5 pm 1.00 Free : .1 '%: '1 t4 M
8.12 pm 1,50 .SO ;' :
available. Call 377-8811.

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DIVING Photographic} equipmentand
Supplies: Romo
Classes are available in Camera Shop, 1232 W.
-I'----I'I .' conjunction with Tom' Univ
Allen's Aquatic & Trail
Center. Call 373-9233 for ,
'f Music stores: Recordsville,
.. information. in the Gainesville Mall;
1 rI; tfD Strictly Folk, 720 W. Univ..
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: SUB. SWIMMINGA.A.U. Bicycles: Ten.Spe d
EF[ Center, 1641 NW 1st Ave.
Basic sci0nlijFicfypcipnsm sanctioned club

ipntific ; at our rvrw with professional coach. Motorcycles: Cycle Accessory
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HJl'l .D formation. World, 209 NE
16th Ave.; Harley

nOLJBLE ; '.: .. i II G .. ?814 I\IW\ 6th St Learn to' swim. Adult Davidson of, Gainesville,
4421 NW 6th St.
A C hoi swimming classes with
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,c..fI1IC ...,. .... $ 37? 3411 Red 377-1193 Cross Certification.Call "'Pets"'w t "' &' pet supplies,- f-:,,,

Robbie's Reef, 2201 NW.
13th St. ."
Courses In beginning and ,l! F..
advanced water ballet. )
Travel information'sUniversity ;
Call 377.1193 '
City Travel, 923
I Ii West Univ. ;i'
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Annual Water Show: May
,31, 7:30: pm. Call 377-
1193 Sports equipment: Imperial -

', Distributors, 4101 S.,
": 1 "
Main StvV
Courses (tn Springboard "
diving and tower diving. "' /v-"
Call 377.1193 Camping equipment; &
supplies: Trail Shop, 1518,
NW 13th St.; Allen's''
Aquatic & Trail,' 3448'W;"

r Hobby ,equipment: the <''*.<
hobby center'. at Toyland Hunting supplies: Beck-,
in the Gainesville with Guns, 441, .just southof
Shopping Center. Gainesville.

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:,: By STUART EMMRICH Affirmative Action officer, filled by James requirements but he added he did not think
; Alligator Staff Writer Allison. relying heavily on ads was the best way to find

Marston said more effective and less costly qualified minority applicants.
methods to find qualified ,applicants for the Allison agreed, explaining "advertisingalone
;', Thousand dollar advertising campaigns for, positions should be used by UF. is not the answer. It is not getting the
new administrators may becoming obsolete. Although some advertising would be still results it should..
UF President Robert Q. Marston said theyare used, Marston said increased phone calls and "WHEN WE ,go after minorities and
probably not worth the price. letters sent to applicants should be,utilized. ,women, let's'do it in systematic manner"
"We spent SI,000 to find out Bob Bryanwas "SOMEDAY WE ARE going to add up the Allison, said.
a nice guy," Marston said, referring to cost of advertising' and find it didn't do "We were wrong to think we could buy
,:the recent search for a vice president for anything. Some of the things that we are affirmative action'.. ,and that is the wrong
academic affairs.MARSTON doing are not that effective," Marston said. way to go about,it anyway," Marston added. .
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ALSO criticized the ap- Marston said the ,high advertising costs "We made mistake." Marston'said about -
,proximate 53,000 spent on advertising for the were mostly because of affirmative action past search procedures for administrators.ROBERT
.'can't buy affirmative action'

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. Should professors be able to require own books ? :


By ROSEMARY GOUDREAUAlligator Q.Marston feel each professor should be able:
f Staff Writer to choose his textbooks no matter who wrote*
them,'without interference. ,
"The classroom is such a unique exchange

Professors selling their textbooks to classes: between professor and student that the
for financial gain represent an "obvious selection' of books should not be reviewed

conflict of_interests," according:: to University anymore than what the professor says shouldbe
System Chancellor Robert Mautz. reviewed,*' Mautz said.
's "If you are selling something you wrote, it ""I 1 think would be dangerous to have a,
1 is certain to cloud your views which could committee screen textbooks just because the
lead to a conflict of interests between student professor using it happened to write it,"
and professor" Mautz,said Tuesday. Marston said. "If we did find a professor'
MAUTZ SAID professors might, want to abusing this privilege, I'm sure we wouldn't
skip royalties coming in from,their books. ,keep him around much longer."
M11 ''faculty members,would be wise to sell MOST PROFESSORS defend the use of
I i their books minus the profit"' or donate the their books.
I profit to the university, Mautz said. '"My book was adopted before I ever came
f I 1 Dr. Claude Sturgill. a UF history professor, to the university and so I had nothing to do
said he would not sell his books to UF and with' it," Michael Burgoon, a UF speech
1 ., return royalties. professor said. "But students feel they're
"IF I CAN'T have the money, you can't getting a better deal if they get both me and
j t have the book," Sturgill said. "That's just not, the book."
the way I work." Burgood added if a professor writes a book
Harold Hanson, UF executive vice- and wants to.teach out of it, it's because he
president, said,there really isn't much money thinks it's the best. .
involved in royalties from professors' ,books. Dr. Robert L. Isaacson, a psychology
"The amount involved is small, averaging professor instructing a seminar on the brain,
'' something like five cents an hour (of work on said he would teach from his book as long as
L the book), so professors aren't' really influenced he thought it was better than anyone' else's.
by this profit," Hanson said. He added that it "would probably be out
BOTH MAUTZ and UF President Robert dated in a year."


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lid our rental lifting on houses, 2 female roommates moIur.thor.2 bdr WANTEDfemale i
,. Need
bilo home,and opt, before you pay both apt ootortown $48 turn $61 fall KMil. I Summer Apt. For Summer? The Place roommate Immed./ own room ALLIGATORCLASSIFIEDS j

Eyono fee. Joel Bridge, realtor 404 call 377-8708 after 5:00: pm (b-5t/ offer in Special $60 per month Best central. hs toir washer C dryer Intide
Ith Av.. Ofr-I27.c) 'I40)) 136-911 town call Allen 392-8785 (b-5t- cable $49 mo. plus utilities 376-7500

after 5, anytime weekends (c.2t-!I38-tr)
TED: 1 female roomote for fall-9 wormer sublet luKurlout poolside !2! two bedroom furnished
.leote. $45 + wtllMlet Gotorwood bdrm opt, furnished BRANDYWINE Onli y, during summer months with opt to sublet neat responsible female to shore 2-br. j

con 37.580. (b5f137pLs $225. ma. oc thug etc. cell sharon 378 leo. for yor kondywlne option to opt., galortown ,beg. fall qtr. $50.
ItO (b-5t-IO-p) > opts toll security dep. $100-mo t S utllitiet. Coll .

quiet male roommate wonted now b.51.136.!) ( bobbl, 376-0135 (c.51.I37'9)_

1 / for foil. 2 br apt summit hot,.. KJ! large_2 bedroom house for Student wonted for Summer-own roomin 4

$49.75-month and V4 utilitiet call Mlck. Two block from library w.summer... Call rent.378- plush furnished opt. No hassles wleoseoption PERSONAL"There PERSONALSummer
or Dove 378-7676 In for next fall Mutt be
evenings b-5t-l40
) ) __ 377-1144 con be no doubt whatever that Karate Oat stain June 9 $15
Pj mature Barry (c.51.131'9)coupl. )
__ FAUN the people of the world/ : derive their per month "5:30: pm Small class
c PRIVATE bedroom w. both on. block k 2 Mr home NW bike to UF Brand new to share two bdrm house with Inspiration from one heavenly Source. Dragon Gate Ooo| CNKA 232 SE I 1st All
from tlgert $75 mot- 1-6 util June Free. luting. Better hurryll other couple move In sept $75 plus The difference should be attributedto ages call 37 -3491 (|.5t-l39-p)

1104 SW :3 eve call 37J-4313 nits none y'" '3.bdr hornet NW,NE Air, heat, furnished ulllltiet, 6 blks from campus veglet + the varying requirement and
COED's. facial hair
or marc big haute i room (bOt-l4Q.pl) non smokers preferred 373-0835, ,(C-5t- exigenciet of the age In which they removed per.
manently. Dwyer -
Sublet for summer mole roommate/ 4 bdrt-NW 2 Avail 136-9)) were revealed"_Baha'l Writings (j-ll- eledrologM over 20 year experience

wonted own room In 4 bdrm opt. at Th. $85 all util. paid opt. walk to UF looking for garage apartment. have 140) Colt 372-8039 (l-fr-107-c)

Place $60 month + 1util.. call Bill at United Real EttateAuoc. good reference and colt, would Ilk. to If you ore pregnant ond need help.
.e 37MI36 (b3t.I49)female ) om- pm 377-6992 rent soon. call dee or lee 3784361 keep Call 377-4947 j-j4t- Ride eatier this summer on new 9016 pal
wo core. birthright (
(b-fr-139-p) trying (c-5t-136-p) tires that fit standard 27 1Vi rims |mt $6
roommate own bedroom t both 128-p)_____ Alto heavy duty hutchinson tew-upt.
+ 1-3",1I11I..luIIUFyopt. 2 pools tennis Roomote to shore nice tunny apartment GOlD t SILVER Top pHceTpoTo1 tor clan j r Revere 521 W. Univ. Ay. (|I.51.137-c)
court, but to campus. call 373-5941 Ask In big happy houte. $70 K util. rings, old jewelry! etc. confidential. Call need friendly home for female spade T
for town or doug. (b-3t-l40-p) Own room. 3 blocks from campus. call OUR! 371-3804 (C-49M05-P)_ cat for tummer. will pay for food + Weddlng/lnvllGllonS) from $11.40 'per
f Sharon :372-2113. b-3t-139.p 'room extra. call (tickle 373-7205 thank (U.| 100. Two week delivery. Hundreds of
Room for rent for Summer ( ) Own; 75-IOO-mo furnished
Quarter preferdw
$ 4t-139-p) ttyle*. Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main.
Completely furnished 55.00 monthly ac pool for summer call Rick. 377-
376-V951. (hfr-IOS-c:)
Wink plus V utilUiet Coll 377-8521 otknfor WANTED 8752 (c-5s-137-p) Volunteer with hayfever .

fhru.SA.ISHOWS Gunny (b-51.I4p) For Fall 1 or 2 females needed to participate In a brief drug Suzy, my ttoriet in cloit are 10 bad, I
to 2
Roomate wanted easy going, clean trial monetary Incentive Coll Darryl have to write one here. to you will
2 big 2 bedroom opts to be tublet for the bedroom 2 bath opt. clot to campus honest of 2bed
person to split 2bth
7 00 & i exp 392-6450 (m-140-p) remember me. Thanks for making dot
summer both are furnished i upstairs*w. country gardens call mary 373-9188 (c- opt w-pool oc quiet cheap nw sect. coil
fun. I love Mike
yo. (|lt40f>)
) to take of
oc near the med 51-138.p) tomeone care
ADMISSION S2 Oi: center summit house 377-0571 oft 12:OOdly (c.5t.IJ6.P)
coil 378-3633 or 37&-3026 (b-51.I4p.1) Quiet female male kith setter for eat of quarter I need a home) 4 mo. old terrier hot all
student to shore 1 bedrm wonted: Female roommate to sublet
HONt : 3449 all expenses paid by owner call
shots and I II houte-troined. Adorable.
Female Roommate nice big houte In NE ac opt. June 15th Option to continue fall room In large 3 bdrm, 2 bam 'apartment Kathy 37306472M40p(| ( ) Call
5220 SA'\ 1.3lb V"J3J teclion. own bedroom large !living room thru next year. Near Med. Center Call for tummer AC, dishwasher, .... .. .,
den kitchen orog. area large fen. lee 377-7013. (c.3I.I4p) pool tennis court, pets allowed. Congratulotlont Rob,newest Teke frater. I t
Love Your little Sisters ( New Arrivals White Stag Speedo
cedand ery ore ond very green yard. Female Roommate to shore Matter Bdrm $65.00 month plus Vt utilities! Sue or bathing suits" Safari thorn i pants,
83.33 plus 1-3 utilltlet cell 373-9260 (I b- In 2 Bdrm. 2 Bath beautiful Apt For Joan 3764)566 (c-7t-139-p)_ you can |loin GYMNOS for 1 lea than the. Bookpack Join the Unlvi of flat hiking

5t.lAO-p) summer and or next year.$80 mo. + 1-3 looking for a roomote? need easygoing cost of a suing bikini and you won'tneed club. Allen'Aquatic i Trail Center 3448

SUBLEASE Country gardens near VA i util. 392-9395 lynn (c-5t.I4p) female to share house or opt. the Mrlngl Call 373-1407 for ad- West Unlv.'Ave. 373-9233 (I-f -I16c) .
dltlonol Information .
(I.It.I.tO.p| )
Shond June -Sept I RENT NEGOTIABLE available now. own room In pooliide stoning fall or summer If Interned, KARATE LESSONS So..

Coll 377-5082) evening. (b-3t-l40-p) opt. for lummer. $65.00 a month or call Suzy 373-0680 (e-3t-139-p) SAMMIE Of LONDON -, Have a hair Small Clottei 125 per mori

*."IM.w.rly As. Ig turn I bdrm In quiet smell complex hare room for$40.00 no ,-.come by male roomote to share bdrm opt tyle to wit your penonality. 377-2643 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th SO) Man thru-
716 W.
$7 *l3 near campus sublet fun| thru aug coil after 3:30: landmark No. #II. (e-5M40-p: ) summit house acroM frm shone t VA Univertlty (| ) ,Sot even, 7 1 o9 378-71 (|i.2ot.,0I.p);

3774253 eve thru frl oft. 5-23 378-9156 Your own room I I. 2. or 3 people for summer only A-C pool bor-b-q 77 + Vtutllitiet STUDY IN THE SUN-and your tan won't All young glrh mutt report for rowing'
doy or eve (b-.I4p) summer house garden, woodthop Call anytime 373-8252 (c51139.p suffer. Gynmos Nudist Club It open
: duty on my barge. So let H be written, towl
weekdays 10 to'4. Coll firtt 3731407. (F)
sublet br yard-one of g'vllle finest rent only )_ .
: 3 2 both kings creek, opt bl 2 It be done A mighty Pharaoh 992
available now leote ends 8-31 option to' $40450 per Chris or Steve 373-451" (c- 2 forts mommas to then large It-l4pt) 7532 (|I-it-t 40-p)
5t-I4p) bdrm. In 2 bdrm. furnished $37 Fly to Rolling Stone concert Augutt.
renew, now or then, will negotiate rent) opt Jews Christ It alive and ki goal for the
377-7805 anytime (b-51.14p) male roomote to share large bedroom In month summer fall opt I block from Tampa departure thore coil wpilot.call Flyer 803HAwritings/ ((-ll-140-p) "
tubleoto 2 bent furnished 3 bedrm opt windmeadowt hat Dishwasher campus next to UC8 call 373-1832 (c- |eff 392-8289 for more Information.
carpeted oc
TUES. MAY 27 opt now thru oug $160 negotiable large washer dryer, all luxury 2t.139-p)_ ((1-1'.149)) '

pool laundry On City area 373-5192 ... comforts from teat-June Coll 373-9734: HELPWANTEfr Anna J.B. how con you be worthless' LOST FOUND"lOST

248 or :378-3433 (b-5t.I4p) (C-4M40H>) ,; when you understand people like Joe.
and meT You ant a somebody to u*.' IN ON CITY AREA Block and Tan
8 a 11 PM $4.00 & $5.00 GRADUATING EARlY Need oneroommate Earn $1000 per month here! each .
I In 3 br house 4 block
1il tit B.?. with red collar
fall tummer for IB several have Rejoteel Kathy (h1.140-p) dog answers to.JlHe
only. Have yrs people
RESERVED SEATS from uf $67 ,mo. + 1-3 Mil. + clap quarter own
available June 15 June Rent fr.. tee room, In Country Manor$100 per month .,earned exceptional pay working for cmc wouldn't you rather by lying Inrhe sun name ZAK please call 373-662 reward

Donna 1930 NW 4th Ave after 5 pm (I b- plus utilltlet' 373-4630 (e-5t-140-p) Inc. Men 'or women with car are than driving to the. beach? 'GymnotNudltt offered. (I-3M3B-P 1 )

GSMH It-110-p) PAY LESS I 2 female roommate needed guaranteed $600 per mo. plus overtime Oub't (pring-fed pool i* only 12 lee gold-rimmed glasses. In brown cote
Place and bonus. Faculty and student mile away. Coll 373-1407. (i-1t-1400| near Flo Ioobt_. need detporatelyl If
opts tummer only $60 mo. + util//
'Sublet trailer ovoil June IS
15-Sept tettomonlolt offered. We have work found coil 372-5465. oak for Mmon I-
call In DON'T SMOKE YOUR ((13138p
anytime 378-2870 (c-3t-140-p: )
& Secluded area 2 ml from campus 2 BR 2 Jocktonvllle or Gainesville Interview HEALTH AWAYI / : )
bath oc shag carpet $150 month call roomote needed for summer to
qtr. Thur May 22 II I am and I
STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF HYPNOSIS lost smell' block mole dog tat near la
372-0984 (b-2M40-p)_ share room In 2 bdrm french qtr. opt. Room 355. (e-4t-38-p!: ) METHOD. LOSE -WEIGHT TOO.. PRIVATE Bonne Vie Apt hat white feet I cheat ft
LEAS CAMPBELL 1 bdrm opt to tublet. Available June IS. rent only $30 per month come by opt.
1 111 now. (c.2t.I4p: ) Experienced tractor driver; mowing, APPOINTMENT. THEODORE! REISS 372- white tip on toil i white flea collar Call
$145 per mo. Frederick Gardens Apts. harrows. etc., hauling hay; fence bldg; 7008 after 5pm.r127p| ) 372-2011 or 376-8406 l-3t-l38-p: )
SW 6th Ave. Coll 372-7996 dust 4.30: or Female student or couple for own
Hour academic tchedule.
etc. to suit : -- -
PRESENT coll: opt. mgr (Qa-140-p)_ bedroom In house O a month.Call Ann Phone 376-6339 evening!. d.51.138-p( ) '

PEACE AND QUIETI own room in n.w 377.2937 )c-5t.l3o-p)_
home with oc. rural setting for summa Wanted 1 or 2 bdrm house for tingle Models wonted odv-gl_ figure paid \\ lQ1Ato

1ff AFTSUNDAY K or foil m', only. NO LEASE very mellow female with cat $100-125 mo near training full or part time phone silver
springs 236ofter 4 (e-3t-140-p)) .
376-5166 (b-5t-140-p( )_ campus at lOOn at possible call 378-, .

Apartment for rent for the summer $150 9845 or 392-0323 oak for tally (cSatl39p AUTOS.

mo. 3 blocks from campus NW 3rd Ave. ) _
72 Ole Delta 88 2 dr ht wh U
Royal: w PresentS
(b-4M4f() p) Easy going female to shore rm In 2 br
vinyl top pull power, OCt om-fm new .
start 72.50 1-3 utilities
opt tepL mo.
For Rent-for Summer M of 2 bedroom Heel radials, excellent condition, $2,500 "
2 both opt. nice opt., 2 pools Hawaiian Call 378-8186 (c-5t-139-p)_ Call Bill 392-1265 (g-Tt-140-p)
Village No. 324 phone 317--I92 after 8 Roomotet Needed. neat > responsible _,
thousand miles
pm (bl40p( )_ Summer; Fall to Spring; or both Two
2 radio and
new tires heater 4 speed
Sublease .ff. terrace, 1225 bedroom; Shag; nice, view. Country
opt. college light blue$600 runt well 377-9522 (g-2t- ICOLOURS
Garden Apt*. convenient Rent,62 + Vtutil.
SW 1st Ave. $138 p,o. incl. util tec. dep. l40-p)
Call Eric 378-0511 (e-5t-139-p)
$100 o.c. pool WO 9-5 (b-2t-40-p)
I W/ Pontiac Tempe OHC 6 good condition -
Immediate occuponcyl! mole or femme Neat i mature grad ltd to ihore big 2-
I new exhautt system < water .
wide M.H. Own large room after 6'
+ 1-3 util. Until
Own 103-mo.
378-0134: $85 mth V'* utls. for summer jump asking $700 Call Sue at 373-7595
Ookt. Call 373-4318
Aug. Regency or
377-0176 after 5. Roomy. AC-pool (b...- ond-or fall. (c.51-1391.1.)) _
140-p) 2 roomatet .(prefer couple) to share 3 tt r VW with 56 mp 65 engine recently
great transportation $495
Mole roommate JUNE FREE) tubleaie bedroom house near campus large 73-8225 (g-5t-138-p) .
for summer A keep for fall 2 bdrm 2 yard central oc, no pets move 6-151125 _
bath, fum. oc. Country Gordent. $60 + V* util. Carrie i Bud,377-8703 (c.3I. 1 1970 Opel GT yellow and block 63000 SGP PRESENTS

mo. + '/. util. :376-0909 (b-5l-l40-p) 138-p)___ miles good running condition, 1600 or a
JUNE RENT FREE femolet needed to best> offer call 373-8862 or 377-7361
sublet for summer I br opt In country anytime ond keep trying (g-St-137-p: )
furnished dishwasher sublet 2 bdrm apt In Th. Pines luxury
gardens behind va. ac -
disposal $181. 376-2932 (b-2t- living call after 3:30: 377-7488 for more, V Ve buy good clean used cart. MILLER

140-p( ) info. (c-lOt-136-p)_ BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW 13 St. (g-lot-
1 36-c)
female own room for summer furnished 2 female rmmotet needed to shore rm In _
$65. + 1-3 utility 4 blocks from campus nice opt dote to campus summer thru Svolvo omfm lope automatic new I '
377-8005 (b-St-KO-p( ) next yr, no cigarette tmokert. call "sdiolt very clean mechonicolly sound F.- F.
pooder after 7, 373-3638 60-mo. (c-5t- $950 372.1724933 tw 9th tt (g-St-136-p)
hove in a
summer sublet your own room
JUNE 1 large sunny two. bedroom opt in nw 137-p) PERSONAL

a'ville bike to campus $69,50 mo. call 'Studentl willing to pay $255 for room

phil or jean huguet 377-2184 (b-3M40- and meals thru summer quarter. 1 block 1'o ';y navy bean bill day., may your R R

Pi) from campus, central: air,co-op housing. I ottoo !live on forever your hot tomale.I2M .

2 bedrooms In a 3 bedroom furnished Kim at Clo. 372.9328 (c-l9t-l33-p), I(: 39-pl I_

opt for rent for summer quarter. Fully I .i
furnlthed. Maracoibo Manor opt. $75

per month call 3734813. (b-5t-l40-p( ) E

ubleat Ig 2 bdr opt. quiet, very near tJi'0rtIiaIi..
shopping + theatre or_. pool tennis '

handball rec. room, etc. furn. or unfurn. 'sCUIANAlmI'Bas

colt 3734712.. (b-4t.l40-p)_ d E

Rooms for rent thru Aug. 31. 1 block from .

Tigerl. $80 mo. Includes ulilitie 1125

SW 4 Ave 378-3309 (b-5>-40-p)

Own for liberal rmmote In large 3

..rev... w 4tsiierrIBr bdrm room house 3 bib from campus. $67. + Take out and Free Delivery all your Favorite
1-3 util mo senior or grod student pr.f. Extra Dellciou-Submtrine and Regular Sandwiches MMy of his fellow Nm

i1lOCKassts call 3721131. (b-5t-l4Q.p)_ offlcers considered

Summer Sublet 1 bdrm in 2 bdrm opt 377-1090 the most dangerousman
aiv -an honest cop.
.50 Avail.
s Summit blouse opt $96 mo. ,
June 15 coll: 3781153. (b.3t.14p) AlonSug9Mt .--

female roommate needed for summer rile ltaficmSup.Sub ---
neighborhood MiI D.
with foil option own room quiet L.

2:30 & 7:30 big yard. $65 f$ 1.3 utilmet. (The only real Italian Sub in town with ham, bologna, /sw HGRPicaFBI. '"

:376-8208 (b-3t.t4.p1( )__ salami, provolone tomato, onion pickle salt, .

SS.50 &. $6.50RESERVED APTS FOR SUMMER pepper super seasonings and 100K pure olive oil for

SEATS 'i blk to ufo thog.1 +2br:!tease ovlb dose Into to fo"uf; dressing) Hot pepper also avallble(extra) MAY 23

c.nt air '
AU TICKETS NOW ON graduate opts I 1241 tw 4 ave, 378.1814 9 i FRI 9 Q.rn<*8 p.rnMON..THURS. > '

SALE (b-10t.136-p) ___. a.m.p.m. AT. 9 a.m..2 p.m. OflOPMPLAZA :

OWN ROOM $70 a mo. + 1.3 utility' for .

J AT TIN ,BOX OFFICE summer wlllom, ,burg I Week for fall behind coil '1 07 N. Main (Directly across f ram<.1 st-Nap'I. Bank. ) OFTHE'AMERICASCONCERTS' '

hasp, oo deposits option : ,
v a i .
1 .11-;? DAILY fron 378-7337 1..01. /b.5t.t36-Pl.-> "

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Continental Green 10 so. from BOARDED: little !rVoine Konch unique service, books, ft
Medium oreo May 13.3745 NW 8th Ave. ,informal friendly' roomy stalls' best feed (journals, personal nomel. call ENGLISH
373-1850 Please return! Thanks (I.It- ft core 6 mi e of uf $75 mo. 376-4719, BINDERY for free estimates 373-8456
I 140 p) _.. ,keep trying (w5t.140>pfr,",_ 377-6260 ,(m-25t.126-p) ,. .',.
lost _men'. Pr pet ungiouuwound GROW GILLS Scuba.GIoe i Ma/H> r summer*\ ,. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE_ \U).K ., rl 7t' rft (TI)
commuter parking, let oprll 28 if quarter all equipment provided IncludIng hours, $70. Half of our students scored r/ eNATAWa
found toll wally 378-4890 (I.3t.140-p) mask,fins,snorkel wetsult,tank, over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pt.
Loll blue mole doberman regulator all air, B,C international' Improvement by the second try or your
week. missing' over certification by .AD.1.. textbook Our money back Attend first class free, no
one red collar 11.0.I
Reward wearing full tog. new price $45 advanced registration obligation Call ((305)) 8547466. (mBT-
plus brother to this dog with"
before the end of $35 call 99.P)
spring quarter
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I Nothing petty about this larceny. in Gainesville I

Alligator Staff Writer being out,so obviously we have a lower age group. Lower aged r
,A,ill children havt more time on their hands"he said. : ,_
+ University Police Department (UPD) Chief Audie Shuler ',v I
plifting may be classified,.at the Gainesville Policen said his v
department did not have too many shoplifting cases '
as petty larceny but there is nothing'petty about it to because of the limited number of businesses on campus,

Ishopowners. In 1973, UPD had two cases reported. In 1974 one case ;
|eady this year .143 persons have been arrested in was reported and none have been reported yet this year.
csville for shoplifting nearly $2,000 worth of mer- SAM GETSEN manager of the Campus Bookstores, said j'
ise. "We act on the basis r? deterence rather than apprehend
o SHIFT' LT. E.E. Eunice said shoplifting property people. With emphasis on prevention, we try to do a lot of
less than $100 is a misdemeanor. If is ,,
at property things to.eliminate any possibility of shoplifting, Getsen ) _
i more than$100,then it is classified as grand larceny- explained.THE + tbjJ

ny but still called shoplifting. HIGHER PRICED items such as calculators, 1f
,lot of people don't realize that you don't have to leave a cigarettes and expensive text books ale kept out of customers
\\ing to be charged with shoplifting. You just have to reach. Getsen said tables at the front of the store, where
eal the merchandise in any shape or form and you can people stashed textbooks to avoid going through the cash
prosecuted.".Eunice said. register have been eliminated Getsen said. '
t we pick somebody up then he's charged. Once he gets in "Anyone who has shoplifting in their eye we go over and*, :
;encral justice system then he runs the gamut. The fine isiip ask them if we can help them. We always get tip-offs in :
to the judge," Eunice explained. skullduggery of this type. We tell the salesperson to keep an
GENERALLY THE JUDGE tries to make the penalty fite eye on them" Getsen said.
," he said. Getsen Mid if they have very positive proof of thievery they
lie first offense for shoplifting is a misdemeanor with a call UPD.The decision whether to prosecute is determined by
Jty not exceeding 60 days in jail. The second offense is a an investigation of the circumstances by a UPD detective.Joe I
emeanor with the penalty exceeding one year in jail. Letendre, security manager at J.M. Fields Department I
[third offense is a third degree felony with time in state Store, said he averages about seven apprehensions a day, but
n. he said he probably misses about 10. j k t+. qvL
ccording to Eunice the average shoplifter in Gainesville is Letendre, who has been in the security business for 27
lute female between the ages of 18 to 23. years, said he can usually pick shoplifters from ordinary j I -
)URING THE SUMMER this average changes shoppers by watching their hands to see if they are nervous.
ewhat with the public school system and the university He said when he asks people why they did it they say Fields '
has enough money and"it's an easy store,"in spite of mirrors 5 fr62
and closed circuit television security systems.At .
READER'S REDRESS Donigan's clothing store there Is a sign that says,
"Shoplifters will be cheerfully beaten to a pulp!"
In a story in Tuesday's paper the tentative entertainmentget Store owner Bill Donigan said,"Stealing makes me climb a ;
for Student Government was incorrectly listed as tree. It's mainly in the ladies side. Women try on lots of stuff.
It should have read $5,100.The Alligator regrets the We find empty hangers in the dressing room and we know ,r
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call it the tremble factor.

Its earliest application was in ancient Roman

building practices. Whenever the scaffolding was

removed from a Roman arch, the engineer had to
stand'beneath it. l "
If the arch collapsed he was the first to know
about it.

'The object was to make the engineers concern

for the quality of the arch as personal as possible.The .

practice made it so personal that many fly
Roman, arches are still around today.

Now a former college coed is trying to apply the

tremble factor to officials at George Washington L
University. i'

Claiming the program she was enrolled in was _
"pure junk," Veronika Nicolas has filed suit in
small claims court in Washington in an effort to

recover $900 in tuition paid to the university.
.J Nicolas enrolled in a landscape architect's r

,;.J assistant program and later complained she had \

learned little beyond how to trace somebody else's

blueprints. .Now, claiming "nondirection of 'SECRETARY KISSI\ REPRESENT1N&THE\U1S) \ HERE ID DISCUSS PEACE.
teaching" and of lecture speakers who often did ,

not even relate to the course, she is

demanding It's interesting her'.money to note back.that she isn't alone. Communism kills and enslaves

Earlier a University of Bridgeport senior broughtsuit
against that institution over an education
I have been informed that as a result of a column I wrote that isn't being redundant) but it wouldn't be communism.IF .
course she claimed was worthless. mourning the murder of Sensei Ngo Dong, his wife, and four THIS IS TRUE, and I think it's obvious that it is to
Futile? Maybe, but the whole idea of students children by the "liberating" communists in South Vietnam, anyone that takes look at a world map and recent history
suing over poor academic instruction is serious some yp-yo got offended and wanted to know if and why I then it's incumbent upon anyone who believes in any form of
enough to catch the attention of such experts in support destroying communism wherever it rears its ugly individual freedom to oppose it. I wouldn't really ask very
head. much: How about something as simple as the first ten
higher' education as the director of the National
I'll gladly take the chance. amendments including the unfashionable Second Amend.
Association of College and University Attorneys, OF COURSE it's of the written (not
the height of unfashionability to be anti- mentperhaps one most important as as
who recently remarked if the courts agree with the Communist these days. After all, they're winning all over the "interpreted") Does anyone see that or anything like it in any
students, "it would be a mess." world as the dominoes fall one-by-one(another unfashionable communist country? Hardly.
"If the suits are successful, I think there wouldbe theory: "You don't seriously believe in the domino theory, do
a lot of this stuff," director Peter Wolff you?" someone said to me a number of months ago. "No one
remarked. believes. that anymore." No one except the dominos, thatis. r
Which brings up an interesting point. In recent Additionally why should one be against a socio-politico-.
months we have watched teach-ins, rallies, economic system that has absolutely and literally slaughtered GUEST COLUMNISTAs
moratoriums, and strikes at universities like millions upon millions of human beings in,all the countriesit's
Brown, Princeton, Rutgers, the 'Universities of conquered since the Bolsheviks'first overthrew the social
Massachusetts Minnesota and Pennsylvania democratic Kerensky regime in Russia in 1917 It's "just a for the question of why so many people are fighting
different kind of social from ,..
system ours people under the Communist banner'to help enslave further peoples
as well as here at UFo Almost without parrot these days. 1 don't know the answer exactly.. But I do know that early
exception the demonstrations have stemmed froma You bet your ass communism is a "different" kind of Christianity,was able to take all of the Western world and
sense of disillusionment with, the quality of system It's a system in power in about a score of countries: hold it intellectually immobile for more than a thousand
education in those schools. now and it's interesting to note that not one has been voted in yean (read sometime about Galileo and how he
.. Here at UP groups like the Students Against by any free vote of the people of any of those countries.I was tortured by the Inquisition for, among other things,
OPPOSE communism not because it's done anything to
inventing a telescope that showed the face of the moon was
Cutbacks and the Committee for Quality me personally (except perhaps slaughtered a personal friend "bletaished"; in contravention of church: dogma.)
Education are bemoaning that crowded and his entire family), but because it's done something to So we shouldn't be so surprised that 1984-type
classrooms and faculty cutbacks are eroding the those millions of human beings: Namely either enslave themor totalitarianism is enjoying quite a few victories: these days;
quality of their education. They have called for kill them outright. freedom is so fragile a flower and so easily killed off that if
strikes and rallies to register their complaints. Butso Additionally, communism is an imperialistic and ex- the "total state" does win this round, we may have to wait
pansionary power; if threatens us and other peoples all over another 1 1000 years before it's able to bloom again.
far the results have been negligible. the world in this way. And once a people fall to it,there is no BUT ITS WORTH fighting,waiting and dying for;there is
Perhaps they have been taking the wrong ap- getting out from under it. You're in it for the duration. no doubt about that. All we can hope for,especially in view of
proach. Frank Meyer once the top Communist theoretician in the way things are going in the world today, is that someday
After all, anyone can file a suit, maybe VeronikaNicolas America, said that if communism, wasn't aggressively expansionary humanity will rise up and destroy Communist totalitarianism
has pointed the way. and seeking constantly to conquer and enslave much the same way communism has in the past 60 years
more people it wouldn't really,be communism; it would be chewed and
destroyed freedom
up and the human spirit for so
Chances are the courts will refuse to become
something else. perhaps a totalitarian form of socialism (if many of our fellow human beings. .
involved, not wanting to be, in effect, an ac-
crediting agency. But in the meantime a few civil
suits against some university presidents or the Ron Cunningham David Klein
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Independent Hondo Alligator, Wednesday. ,May 21, 1975. Pop 11


I uesiroy rape myths

f Strike day- I f-

EDITOR In response to the latest letter concerning the
the perpetuation of the that
controversy, Mohammad S. Rashdan's in the J 12 myths rape
histle May i is !something. which
happens attractive
Llligator, I facts.feel I must counter his misinformation with some that it is committed by someone only who to is overcome young by women passionand for quality ,

mportant leaps out of the bushes is that they lead other women to
dress has little to'
"provocative" do with
First, rape. believe that they are safe, that is something which
ehabilitated sex offenders have themselves said that dress or happens to someone else. rape EDITOR Students Against Cutbacks (SAC) is a relativelynew

physical attractiveness was rarely a factor I in choosing victims. Secondly, the whistles are by no means "ineffective against organization on campus fighting for quality education in
>n Violence} how eve i Florida. We believe that UF can be better than if:is;' '
I The / ; I. j ; 'r, usmgUhe rapists.. i WhI.th .y are tartiiQlar lyC eJTpctiye.in,discouraging
xtrem Fm.ral.cb9'II. e1J18..2nIJ' )i ,s Ire p "it .f l 1t'b> kwtfeiepHone( ress, 4 percent bfr ported rapes in- locally in which they prevented an actual assault. Far from taking potential future leaders of tomorrow who want to learn
behavior the of the secrets of the world and them into classes of
olved any provocative on part the victim. transplants
being a "useless expenditure, the whistles are a sound investment -
50 or more persons where they become computerized non-
in the safety of women students.No .
THE AGES OF THE' rape victims in Alachua County in is taking. machines.
one maintaining that "all UF maliciousapes.
example, ranged from 6 to 76. These men are EVEN SUCH CLASSES communicationswhere
973, lor women ." as interpersonal
the rising incidence of (according to the
ame victims, as we have emphasized time and time again. FBI, 62 rape the number of participants must be limited are stuffed
per cent between 1968 and J 1973)) makes it incumbent
not because they were "arousing sexual desire" but becausehey all with 20-30 students which makes the point of the class im-
upon women to be aware of the danger and concerned for
[ appeared vulnerable.For their own safety. possible. Also note-taking machines can't even ask questions

the same reason retarded or physically disabled THE FAVORABLE response of UF women to the whistle they sit there ingesting the information in one ear and as
omen, women who are asleep or under the influence of program demonstrated this awareness and concern. Anyone !soon as the exam is over it all goes out the other ear. I ask
alcohol or drugs, and women who live in areas where homesare wanting more information about and selfprotectionshould you is this what ,quality education means?
likely to be less secure (such as the student ghetto) often call the Rape Information'and rape Counseling Service at Florida has a system of lump sum funding where all money
become victims of rape.In 377-RAPE. taken in through taxes are collected, placed together in one

addition, most rapes are premeditated, most occur in a Mary T. Pavlovski sum. and then allocated by lump sums to ditTerent depart-
(residence, and in most cases the attacker is known in some, Counselor ments within the state. By taking the money we pay for our

[perhaps casual, way to the victim. Rape Information and Counseling Service education and putting it transportation or some other state
department we are taking away from the state university
system (SUS). The state of Florida creates a vacuum within
itself by not putting the money we pay tor our education
directly back into the SUS so as to keep it stable. I ask you
now, is higher education a major priority in Florida or not?

Many departments are in danger of losing ,their accreditation
Y.a ) in the next few years. There is a freeze on hiring of

1L1tE- any ployees.new university personnel including career service em

GRADUATE STUDENT assistantships and the
library is.slowly becoming an outdated thing of the past. No
SOWEOWWNSWN new books have been purchased since January 1975 and the
,y1" outlook for the future is not bright. I ask you again, is this
OFF WIN ,quality education?

1HE ROSTRUM. Tigert Hall says no, but they won't take a public stand,on
y the issue. They say the Board of Regents (BOR). and ,the
legislature are cold towards pressure from the outside and will
look upon a student strike as blasphemous., What Tigert Hall
and the BOR fail to realize though is that the students, at UF
D ysl' 4 are not on the outside, but are on the inside in the thick. of it
cb .all.

While the BOR is deciding whether to give the; SUS more
money, we students, the intellectual leaders of tomorrow, are
being stagnated because of the inferior funding system of the

FPEflNi( IAc 9_ SUS.Today there is going to be a general student strike against.
/ t/ classes to protest the lack of quality education in the SUS.
By so doing we hope -to bring about the conscious

realization that the student is the one getting the raw end of
the deal. The way Florida's priorities for spending and

allocating money are set up, it makes one think they want us
I all to turn out to be mechanized computerized robots insteadof
Safetv tins come from cyclist competent self-realized individuals!

Again, I implore to strike classes and attend the
-- - .- I you today
rally at the Plaza of the Americas at 11 a.m. to show your own
EDITOR I'm a firm innocent victims. CAMPUS is overpopulatedand step ends where your fellow's discontent with the higher educational system in Florida.

believer in the right of each AS A BIKER, I've all but hectic. But until that toes begin. Jesse Faber 2UC *l,
person to conduct their life as become immune to the abusesof improves one must adapt to SAC Representative
they choose, so long as they in automobile driven. I'd like conditions as they are. Just Peter M. Burkard
no way hinder someone else to address this to fellow remember your freedom to 4 AC

[ from doing likewise. This bikers, since it seems many of .: ....' .
qualification is, of course, them are equally hellbent.I've tr'd-/ iIIIIlIJ _
crucial and should be interpreted had one serious accidentand
in the' broadest innumerable close-calls,

sense. The failure of most of from which I've learned two IFHFI IL U
the human race to abide by simple facts which I believe 1 T w _

I this is at the core of .our would let us all breathe a lot __ I
| gravest societal ills. easier. If9'
Maybe not the worst such First, stay on your own side i
instance of disregard for of the path, i.e. the right. %
others, but surely one of the Some fools still think having a
most common concerns the bike automatically endows
[ question of traffic safety. them with the freedom to ride

most people don't give a anyplace.
damn about anyone else, justso Second, slow down! It's ; # tTUT
they get there in one piece amazing how valuable that 21&
and as fast as possible. Many, extra reaction time can be.
of course do not nor, do their GRANTED THE

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$18,644,000; then MIT, $17,047,000, and classes will be suspended.
University of California at Berkeley, Additional holidays for the year are Friday, July 4; Monday, Sept. 1; Tuesday,
$11,181,347, and Georgia Tech, 13th, Nov. 11; Thursday, Nov. 27, and Thursday, Dec. 25. According to MEMO, the William M. Howard, professor of Finance -
$5,260,000. Next highest southern UnIver- Board of Regents weekly publication, Friday, Dec. 26, may be declared a special and Insurance in the College of
sity is North Carolina State, at 20th. holiday. Business Administration,has been elected
The listing of top engineering schools .to a three-year term on the Board of
appeared In an annual issue of Engineering Directors of Blue Shield of Florida,Inc.; He
Education, a publication of the has served as a consultant: to a number of

American Society of Engineering Educa BID APPROVAL FOR BUILDING A Florida Committee cities of as Tennessee.wen as to the Insurance

colleges ahead of UF'and their Howard is one of.three Gainesville
research expenditures are: Stanford, Marston Calls for Close Watch On residents on the 22-member board. Also
$9,919,805; Michigan $9,568,997; Purdue elected this year was Raymond J. Fit
$8,795,00; Southern California, $7,011,642, New Building/ Energy DemandsPresident Patrick, M.D. Continuing as a member Is
and Ohio State, $8,919,000. Billy Brashear, M.D.
Dean Wayne Chen said, "Since there are The Blue Shield of Florida, Inc:, plan
some 250 engineering schools In the nation, Robert Marston has given approval to accept: bids for General Purpose covers almost two million Floridians and
this Is a significant achievement which is Building A despite his misgivings against Its "almost complete: dependence on.year showed an increase this year of almost
I made possible only through the collective round air conditioning.", 125,000 members. Assets for 1974 were in
efforts of the faculty, staff and students. In a letter to UF architect Neil Webb authorizing the bid acceptance,Marston noted his excess of $35 million. Blue Shield Is
understanding that "there Is a possibility that we can supplement our existing central available to UF employees through a UF
Goals Task forceThe chiller with solar energy"and that the building "win provide the best energy efficiency plan and a state plan.)
of any of our air conditioned buildings, ; thus, even under adverse conditions in the futureit
Goals Task Force, appointed by might provide welcome relief during times when air conditioning is mandatory."
President Marston earlier this academic "I remain concerned,"Marston wrote,"that we are beginning to build three buildings,
year to help make recommendations for (GPA,Forestry,and the Veterinary building) with almost complete dependence on year 2 Visiting Profs,
the future of the University of Florida, wffl round air conditioning. Although little can be done In major design change at this late
meet Friday from 9 a jn. to noonIn the date, there are some important steps to be taken: Speak Thursday
President's Board Room, 226 Tlgert. 41 Continued search for additional energy saving measures.
Interested members of the University Acceleration of our efforts to find alternative energy sources (Le. solar) for our "Dixie Demagogues: A Thing of the
community are Invited to attend central chillers. Past?is the topic for Dr.Sheldon Hackney,
Deferred Fees .Even greater sensitivity to energy problems in the design of all future buildings." professor of history at the University of
Webb has notified Marston that additional vertical piping will be provided in the new California at Berkeley,at 8 p.m.Thursday
Thursday, May 29 is the last day for building for the possibility of later Installation of solar collectors on the roof. Webb also In McCarty Auditorium, as,part of the
students who have deferred their spring said that the building's original conditioning system will be able to use chilled water Southern Speakers Lecture: Series.
quarter fees to settle their accounts with from a central solar system that might be installed elsewhere on campus. "Insight into Maimonides View of
Students Accounts at the HUB. Accordingto The five-story General Purpose Building A will house administrative offices of the Repentance" is the topic for Professor
Assistant Controller Monte Loeb, ap- College of Arts and Sciences and several departments within the college. It win contain Dennis Weiss of Touro College, New York,
4 proximately 150 students who deferred fee 30 classrooms and three teaching auditoriums.will be constructed: in the block west of at 9 p.m. Thursday at Hillel Foundation,
G payment last quarter were dropped be- the auditorium. sponsored by the Departments of History,
cause they failed to l meet the payment Its estimated cost, with furnishings,is$9,400,207.Webb said bids will likely be opened Religion, Philosophy, Classics: and the
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GREEN ONLY Alligator Staff WriterIn the poison was put out. the area was first checked on
Florida,'the Giant African Snail is no more. a weekly basis, then every other week, then once every six
Reg. $14.00Sale' "Florida is the first place in the world to completely weeks. After an area has been free of the snail for two years,
eradicate the snail once it had become established, said the snail is determined to .be eradicated from the area,Jones
Michael Alfieri, assistant director of the Florida Division. of
price $6.99 Plant Industry.' SNAILS lay 100 to 400 eggs at a time.
THE AFRICAN SNAIL, which! grows up to eight inches There is some evidence the snails' can reproduce without
long was mainly a nuisance to homeowners; Alfieri said. mates (parthenogenicly).
Sizes : 29 to 38 The snail feeds on almost all types of foliage and also eats "Like any other organism that lays that many eggs, only a
house paint for the calcium it needs which causes the paint to low percentage reach maturity," Jones said. '
Lengths to36"Also peel Alfieri said. ERADICATION OF the snails cost an estimated 500000.
The snail was introduced to North Miami by,a young boy "The U.S. Department of Agriculture put up $250,000 and
who brought it back in his pocket on a return trip from the Florida Department of Agriculture put up the other
short sleevesweat Hawaii. Until then the snail was not found in the continental $250,000," Alfieri said.
United States. "We were really afraid that they would get into the ruin the
shirts'size SINCE FIRST detected in 1969, snail infestations have crop industry, but they were a real problem (only) for home
SMALL.only.FNow been found in Miami and Hollywood. The last snail infestation owners."
was found in Opa Lock (part of the-greater Miami BESIDES CAUSING house paint to peel, they'blocked up
.$1,50 area)in 1973 and was declared destroyed last month. drain lines on air conditioners, and left very unpleasant odors
The snails were killed by poison bait traps left in snail. from their decaying bodies and secretion. Jones said.
infested areas. Jones said the eradication of the giant snail had no effect on
'GAT DB SHOP "We picked up all the snails we could find and killed them the food chain that it:had entered."I ,
ourselves and left a bait trap with a calcium arsenic and bran, doubt that it had any effect, we found,the'snail within
1710 Ave. stomach poisoning to kill the rest"Dr.Halwin Jones, directorof two years after it was introduced to the area and only.had to
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Across from Murphree ALTHOUGH ARSENIC is poisonous'to all warm blooded Jones also pointed out the snails carried''termatode, a
USE YOUR animals the trap only allowed the snails,to get,to,the.poison, minute worm that can be harmful to humans! .if they con
MASTER CHARGE& BANK AMERICARD Jones( said. sumed the snails. "
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many Vietnamese students in students have "no means of support and no where to go" he

for tuition and living expenses. added.
here by ''their families who paid MARVEL SAID AID workers in Washington are working
and board and Jiving expenses. on a contract amendment to help these students.
no .longer receive letters from "For those still on scholarship, we discourage employment.Those .
that came with them. going off it can go into the community and work, but
of the Vietnamese Association at job opportunities are limited," he said. ,'
I students used to have support from Lam said the students received permission from the immigration
their financial source is cut.: service to hold part time jobs.
a Santa Fe Community College "I THINK THEIR problem now is to find a job," he said,
are paid by an American sponsor, adding that one of the students is thinking about transferring
family. ''to another university where he can find work. .
Lam said some of his friends have found jobs delivering

newspapers, washing, dishes and working as campus
not lost, I ,could; accept money laboratory technicians. .
Although some of the students have assistantships on
-Nguyen Phat Thanh campus, Marvel explained that these positions are difficult to

get."ALL OF OUR STATE universities are having a belt,
his brother Phat Hoang. _
Nguyen "
tightening he said.
a sponsor and needs to find a job. Furthermore, Marvel said there are "internal politicalpressures"
a job but it is very hard to find one
to take care of American students first.
Thanh explained., Some of the departments' are hiring the Vietnamese as
for small number of
to register a
temporary student assistants, but Marvel described the jobsas
have time to work, Thanh added. "
he said, "I want to "very, very temporary.
a sponsor, support AS FAR AS JOBS in the community, Marvel said there are
"very few things available."
was not lost, I could accept:: money
explained. "There isn't anything in their profession available to themin
the he said.
situation in Vietnam, Thanh said he community,
: money.
engineering graduate student,
: but is not worried because he When scholarships' end they will have "no means
of support and nowhere to go." '
soon. After that I will try to find a -Dr. Mason Marvel
in trouble too,"Hau said.
:- assistantship in the chemical Many of the students do not have physical skills and have
to bring in needed money. never been required to do manual labor which limits the type
Minh Duc, arrived. in the of work they can'do, Marvel said.
two weeks ago from Saigon and SOME OF THE WIVES work as check-out ''girls in
Community College for summer discount stores, he added.
A Students on scholarships were "receiving salary
hike foreign student advisor at Santa Fe equivalence back in their country," Marvel said, explainingmany
financial help," Hau said. of the'students have wives and children in Vietnam.
a part-time job to meet some of his "Now the families are not getting anything,"he said. .
Jim Furthermore, Marvel said he knew at least two students
assistant director of international who have"relatives out there in the refugee mass."
5 and UF students on scholarships are also THE STUDENTS, living in dormitories and other limited
quarters have no way to house their families and don't have
Vietnamese 'students are here on the money to support them.
meeting : of International Development "We have no way to give them any assistance," said
present ( ) scholarships are agreement Marvel,explaining that aid from local civic agencies, the Red
march. and South Vietnam. Cross and Congress are possible solutions to the problem.Lam .
The : : ,,"the government that entered into said he was hoping the individuals in the communitywill
last exists," Marvel explained. help the students and their families.
those on AID scholarship will be MARVEL ADDED THAT 16 students graduated from UF
The : of the scholarship contract," he said, and went home to Vietnam, and "some of those are redp-
are signed for a certain number of pearing back as refugees."
student They are familiar with UF and are looking for education or
I By ARE many students who do not job opportunities, he explained.
\ petitions the specified number of months. Stating the problem of many Vietnamese students, Lam
mon, could reasonably assume their said the"tuition fee is very high and so is the cost of living. If
turned ,Marvel said. they don't have a job,they really run into problems."

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Prior to the Southeastern Conference golf After falling behind the Gators by six .
tournament this past weekend in Doth an. strokes after the opening round LSU, a team M
Ala., Gator coach Buster Bishop had that as is the case with most
repeatedly predicted a close and interesting challengers turns a deaf ear to
tournament despite speculation of a runawayby against its better interests cut UF's lead
close followers and his players themselves. half after the second round on Saturday. 1'' .1
"Everybody's gunntn,,' for me" he would surprised for one senior co-captain
say. "There are a lot of good teams in this Bean.
conference this year so we better be ready." "I thought we would have 'a 15-shot _
HE SOUNDED like Bear Bryant before his after the second round, said the
weekly two to four touchdown victory or American from Lakeland who was edged big PHIL HANCOCK ANDY BEAN, BOB BAILEY (from left) I
maybe John Wooden before one of the 10 teammate Phil Hancock for the .excellent rounds led Gators to third championship
NCAA basketball championships he won over title. "I didn't think they could play that

the past 12 years. When I saw they were within three of and'C I pick up the slack for each other that Hancock's victory over Bean, by virtue ot
After all the Gators were winners of eightout said. 'Hmmm.:" much for LSU. the chip-in for a birdie at the 53rd,hole, firmly
of 10 tournaments this season includingsix HANCOCK WAS
surprised at establishes him as a winner and no longer a ,
consecutively. Many thought a record tightness of LSU, but he just kept of Buster Bishop never seem to good-player-but-a-runner-up type golfer.
victory margin was more than just within the consistently until his dramatic chip shot round as a team. On the final day Bean, when asked what he said ,when he
realm of possibility. birdie at 17 on the last day put him ahead who had shot 76.77, came heard about Hancock's timely shot laughed,
Well UF's 11-stroke victory over LouisianaState good.In. with a 73. while Dallas Aplegren and "You can't really print what I said!I" He
was not as close as Bishop hinted it that final round as the shadows suffered 78 and 80 respectively. added, "I made a good par from the trap on
could be but neither was it as wide as his longer across the tough Olympia Spa round was a big key. Along with 71's 18 and 1 knew he was over the green at 17. But
players and the "experts" predicted it wouldbe. course and the day drew to a close it was and Bean, the trio enabled the if I had to lose I'd rather lose to Phil. He's had
has been all year the Gator consistency pull away as they did. just a great year" "

L Florida The Independent Alligator I SPORTS .

Wdn day. ,May 21, If75 feg .IS '

Outdoor season disastrous for UF track team

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.waenm. wxy <1e.4.a Heard about the latest disaster movie that's been playing in
town for about the past two months? T RICK ADEOIAN
It's called "Outdoor Season" and it stars the Gator track
141 f team. Fortunately, the movie completed its Gainesville
,;1E engagement last Saturday but the impact it left will not be OPINIONGoings
easily forgotten.
THE FINAL showing was in the form,of a dismal fourth
place finish at the SEC outdoor championships where the incident but the dissension Goings caused could not'
Gators ended up with 148 points behind champion Ten' be covered up. Mitchell was talented, he won the conference
4jKo nessee. 440 indoor title as a freshman but no one, teammates or
The same Volunteer squad that saw their domination of coaches, shed any tears at his departure.

SECtrack, come to a grinding halt on March 1st when the CARNES SOON found his once powerful 'team almost
I Gators swiped their first ever conference title. decimated. To make matters worse, miler Vince Cartier
Evidently, a lot happened between March I 1st and May 19th sustained a still undiagnosed hip injury two weeks before the
to'result in such a complete turnabout and the biggest factor SEC's and was unable to compete.
had to be injuries.
"Somebody came up to me at the SEC's and said 'don't
HORACE TUITT and Wimpy Alexander, two superb half worry coach things can't get much worse ," droned Carnes. "I
milers who composed the backbone of UF's middle distance told them don't be so sure about that."

corps, never recovered from pulled leg muscles and head Carnes' friend was wrong because during the two day meet
coach Jimmy Carnes was forced to red-shirt the pair. Mike Sharpe Beaufort Brown, and Stanley Harris injured
Another red-shirt case was Kevin Holzwart, a promising themselves.
,tt ;' x sophomore distance man who coach Roy Benson dependedupon
p'4 .
t s'' 4' for depth in the middle distances. YOU GUESSED it. Pulled leg muscles.
Y a A chronic leg ailment also kept cross country standout Carnes now ,blames the' length of the season for all the
Dennis Skelton on the sidelines for the entire'season. injuries. "A guy,just cannot compete at a peak level for six
And Frank,Betts, one of the finest milers in the school's months. When you press too hard, you're asking for trouble."
'f history, flunked out of school after several quarters of
academic difficulties. "Very few teams can win an outdoor and indoor chain
LIKE BETTS, freshman long jumper Fletcher Lewis pionship. It takes a lot of depth. I'm not sorry I sacrificed the
: found that books and athletics don't mix and he beat a hasty outdoor season for an indoor championship. I thought we hada
iliHEAD t retreat back to the Bahamas after only one quarter at the better chance for an indoor title and that is the kind of
: university. program we have tried to build the last few yean"
Then sophomore Mitchell Goings suddenly quit the team
COACH JIMMY CARNES because he claimed the coaching staff treated him unfairly. "Outdoor Season" may have received terrible reviews from
I ,blames Injuries/ on length of seasonGuaranty Naturally Carnes' and his staff tried to play down, the the local critics but you can bet they loved it in Knoxville.

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Alligator Correspondent MAY 22 >

Randy Talbot, former
Gator All-SEC defensivebackdoes CYCLE
not want to be treated I 9IREVERE
like a piece of meat.
Talbot was approached by
representatives of the Dallas I ti WORKS
Cowboy organization and was
offered'a bonus to sign and a +Td

straight salary if he made the F I 521 w. university ave.
team. But Talbot felt his best 'w
interests Would be to sign with
the Jacksonville Express of

the WFL.
;-ry.. TALBOT SAID the
Cowboys did not show'much
interest in him. weren't
t .. .signed with Expressfrom Bwf/ieu
interested in me as a memberof
their team all they wantedwas Ohio State. Talbot /raa00 _
to use me, to help get credits much of his football
their regulars into shape," success to his former high FLORIDA .
said the former Gator. school coach Nick Kotys."He
Talbot's major concern was was the Vince Lombardi of
his wife and new-born son. "I high school football," Talbot
want to make money for my said.TALBOT 'i:r' t' STARTS TOMORROW .{.,/ ..
family and the Jacksonville HAD many .
franchise has it and is willingto scholarship offers coming out
give a chance to prove my of Coral Gables but he chose
worth. I'll be sticking with UF. "UF had the best
this team all the way." academic program of the lot
Talbot expressed con and their football program STOREWIDECLEARANCE
fidence in the success of the seemed quite promising."
WFL in 1975 and pointed to Talbot was a reserve in his
the possible signing of Joe first two years as a Gator but
Namath and the signings of he came off the bench many
former NFL greats as times to make key plays.
legitimizing the league.IN "The sign of*good team is
RETROSPECT Randy their bench," he explained.
pointed to flaws in the "Look at the Miami Dolphinsof
league's development in 1974. two years ago, how many
"Last year the league was teams had a bench like they
4 built on a bunch of promises, did?" .
these promises were not Talbot finally gained statusas ;: .
fulfilled because the leaguewas a starter in his senior year,
run by a bunch of and also gained some
crooks... recognition that was long
"This year the league is overdue. Talbot was selectedto : ,
approaching the football the All-SEC team as a ,:
with defensive back and earned the SAVE
game a complete : ,
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Talbot begrn his football and American Bowls. "j ,
career at Coral Gables High Talbot believes the 75 }
School. Teammates on this Gators are going to be better
national high school than last year's 8.3 squad.
championship team included "There are new players on
former Gators Glenn this team that will make the
Cameron and Ralph Ortegaand fans forget the names of last 25 % %

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