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Florida. AlligatorTHURSDAY;

uoliihcd by Campus Communications Inc. Goincsvill. Florida Not officially attccioted with, the University of Florida '

. Budget includes tuition hike I

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By BRIAN JONES .'. I, '.. I
Alligator Staff Writer .
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The Florida Senate Wednesday completed work on a
budget tor next year that has some good news and some bad
news for LF) students.
The good news: The senate left intact a SI6.2 million increase
in funds tor general education next year, with about S4
million of the increase destined for UFo
THE BAD NEWS Almost half of the increase $7.5
million, is budgeted from a tuition hike proposed for next fall.
Although the legislators have debated neither the aI'ii
resolution to hike fees or an opposing resolution to preventthe
increase inclusion of tuition hike money in both the house IE yVIUi
and senate budgets reflects a widespread belief that tuition
will rise in the fall.
Sen, Bob Saunders. D-Gainesville.chairman of the budget.
writing ways and means committee, and House Speaker Don
Tucker. Tallahassee,have both said they expect the tuition
increase to become law.
AND SINCE TUITION hike funds are budgeted for the ,15U1
universities !in both houses, any move to reject higher fees
would be.in effect, a move to cut at least S7.5 million from the <
increases voted tor higher education.
Saunder's legislative aide. AI Alsobrook said Wednesdaythat
while rejection of the tee hike "is not likely" the The two budgets are only about a million dollars apart in but Alsobrook said Wednesday "the feeling of the senate
legislature "would just have to cut that much money if it did higher education despite wider discrepencies in where the leadership is that there should be no new taxes, not even a
happen:' funds are supposed to come from. liquor tax." .
Cutting fee increase dollars could shrink the universities' The senate budget passed Wednesday contains no The House budget includes $12 million from a 10 cents per
. budget for next year by as much as $10.5 million, the amount provisions for state employes' merit or cost-of-living pay fifth liquor' tax increase which would be earmarked for
I house planners estimate higher tuition will net the state. increases.. kindergarten through twelfth grade education.
THE SENATE AND house will reconcile the differences in SAUNDERS SAID two weeks ago a higher tax on liquor "There is a real probability that will be a fighting point" in
their two budgets in a joint conference'committee. might provide cost-of-living raises for,career' service workers the senate-house conference, 'Alsobrook predicted.

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j Floridians may be in for a surprise'the next time they stepon
an anthill.
s; ,j : Two types of South American fire ants, known for their
aggressiveness and vicious sting are slowly displacing
+ Florida's native, less bothersome species.
y t [ FIRE ANTS ARE so called for their painful sting which
; can have serious'effects: in certain allergic individuals.
., a The small reddish brown ants build nest mounds)above
ground which serve as incubating chambers for their'larvae
nd may contain several hundred thousand ants.
e ants are extremely aggressive when angered and swarm'
( over any intruder disturbing the nest.
i A n is fake BECAUSE OF THIS aggressiveness the U.S." Department of
Agriculture, irf cooperation with various state agencies has
j nine I. been trying to control l the species with aerial sprayings since
over 1958, but with limited success.
.J' Last June, the department announced suspension of the
southernsfafes eradiction program due to new restrictions imposed by the
--'uu\ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ,
The,EPA restricted the number sprayings allowed each

.(: 0 ,. year because of recent controversy over the possible ecological
;'P; (See 'Ants,' page six)
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J,th.Indepertdent florlda Alligator Thursday,May 22, 1975

rmursdavcapsule House panel. kills anti-gun bill "j',,

and Attorney General! Robert Shevin. \I
from law
TALLAHASSEE FLA. (-Rejecting pleas
/ Criminal Justice Committee Price said thwt most Saturday night specials are made of low I
enforcement officer ,the House unsafe' handle. ,
and are
Wednesday killed a bill which would have banned the cheap quality "
tYPe of handguns.The "This bill is not a step toward gun control. said Price. "All i
"Saturday Night Special"
it does is take a gun off the streets that kills more people than I
bill's sponsor Rep. Richard Price, R-St. Petersburg a ,
Saunders challenged, private detective, said policemen'overwhelming support the anybody in this room reali/es.. I
ban. Price said that 711 officers were killed by Saturday night {
in Senate Pres. bid specials in the United States during the last 12 years.In .
spite of Tuesday's 4.3 vote by the Senate Criminal '../ ,
Justice committee approving a similar bill(SB 397)), Price said
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Sen. Lew Brantley., D- the House action kills any chance for banning the small FTC moves ad
Jacksonville, claimed: "a comfortable cushion" of votes handguns this year.
Wednesday to steal the 1977-79 senate presidency away from The Senate committee!vote is to be reconsidered next
Sen. Bob Saunders D-Gainesville. meeting; and even if the proposal by Sen. David H. McClain,
The conservative effort to deny Saunders the Senate Tampa clears that committee it appears dead in the Senate bansWASHINGTON
presidency which will be voted on today came as the biggest Commerce Committee. deception
wave in a backwash of animosity between him and Senate House Committee members said the bill would not reduce
President Dempsey J. Barron, D-Panama City, whose two- crime and that the definition of"Saturday night special" was
year presidency expires after next year's,session. unclear several legislators said passing the bill would be the (UPI) The government proposed
Barron and Saunders who is chairman of the Ways and first,step toward gun control. Wednesday that stars who endorse advertised products
Means Committee- have split on some major budget The bill (HB 1513)) would ban the sale of handguns which should use those products-so, if Joe Namath doesn't reallyuse
priorities, and Saunders voted for confirmation ,of former melt under 800 degrees and is supported by Gov. Reubin a Hamilton Beach Popcorn Popper, he'd better get one
Health and Rehabilitative Services Secretary O.J. Keller,
whom Barron in last week. fast.But
succeeding ousting
even the federal government claims to have a sense of
Saunders,who earlier had the 1977.79 presidency sewed up humor and a spokesman said the New York Jet's quar
with written pledges from all 27 Senate Democrats, admittedhis O'Malley probeto terback might not have to wear those pantyhose just to back a
previously unanimous bid for the'presidentdesignate"title commercial which is clearly played for laughs.
had been severly shaken,but he did not give up. One section of the new rules became effective immediatelyand
"I 1 wouldn't say I'm confident," said Saunders, "But at the view evidence governs the use pf so-called "experts" in drug ads. From
moment, I wouldn't say it's clear either way. now on,lay persons may not endorse drugs if they do not have

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. (UPI)-House Impeachment actual expertise in the field.
Broader state spying Committee Chairman Jim Redman said Wednesday he will Another, more sweeping, section of the guidelines covers
"lay out the evidence"of suspected wrong-doing by indicted the actual-use principle and would not become effective for at
state Treasurer Tom O'Malley Thursday, but declined to say least 60 days. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will
passes House panel if he'll recommend impeachment."The accept written comment on the proposals during that period.
members must decide" said the Plant City'attorneyand This section says that persons represented in commercialsas
TALLAHASSEE FLA. (UPI>-A House committee Democrat who headed the committee that recommended consumers of the product including celebrities must
tentatively proposed Wednesday that the power of the impeachment in 1973 of former Lieutenant Governor Tom !tally: be typical consumers.In .
Florida Department of Criminal Law Enforcement be Adams for misuse of state employes, and forced the addition if acton are used.to portray a typical con
broadened to include investigation of legislators and Supreme resignation of former Education Commissioner Floyd sumer, the ad must say so.
Court Justices for non-criminal miscon uct. Christian by threatening impeachment.He "Where the advertisement represents that the endorseruses
The proposal would require that the governor order "in was unable to convince the full House on Adams and he the product,he must be a bbna fide user of the product"
writing"investigations of suspected misconduct by any public got off with a public reprimand. the FTC said. "Such an endorsement may be used only as
official or employe in connenction with his or her official Asked if any new evidence had been developed, Redman long as the advertiser has a good reason to believe that the
duties. told UPI "I don't want to lie so I won't comment on that." endorser continues to be a bona fide user of the product."


"One of the best

r new pictures Marlowe Is an Investigator, a man whose lob
Fire seen in is to pry beneath the surface of everyday life CULDESACRoman
quite some time in an attempt to bring coherence and consistency
MMiytMK.HWW Mmm Mm*:'enK::=; to seemingly unrelated facts. Bliott

w" .:::'; Gould stars as Marlowe; Nina Van Pallandt,
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and Sterling Hayden as an out-of-time
'The Legs Goodbye'is novelist.
a ,lovely film,

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4 7tQ Registration held In Room 330 J.W.R.U. mainland by a treacherous tide, and th

characters are refugees from society. Cul-De-Sae
Sponsored, by J., Wayne Relfe Union won the, Grand Prize at, the Berlin Rim festiva

and the Critics'Award at Venice.

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1h.IncUp.ncUnt Florida Alligator,Thursday,May 22. D73,,.....9

Student regent amendment put down by house I

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By DEBBIE IBERT amendment to a bill that would eliminate obsolete languagein student-regent bill is locked in the Appropriations Committeeand
Alligator Staff WriterA statues governing universities. will probably die there.
THE ATTEMPT ,FAILED, however, when the house In other action, the house did approve several measures
.proposal to put one student on the Board of Regents shouted down the amendment and House Speaker Donald affecting the State University System.
failed to slip by the Florida House Tuesday. Tucker ignored requests to follow the voice vote with a roll- O A BILL ALLOWING public universities to contract with
Rep. William Nelson, D-Melbourne. tried to get his call vote. private institutions for facilities and services which 'would
student-regent bill passed, in effect, by tacking it on as an Nelson's legislative aide Patsy Palmer said Nelson's otherwise be unavailalbe.
Sponsored by Rep. Clark Maxwell, the bill provides a
"nice clean arrangement" for state universities to ease
Faculty on honor court proposed overcrowding-underfunding problems, and let private
,. colleges get full utilization out of their facilities.
By MICHAEL BRADLEY ROBERT ..BRYAN, vice president for academic affairs, O An appropriations bill giving the State University System
Alligator Staff WriterAn expressed the desire at Tuesday's task force meeting for a (SUS) S27 million for capital outlay purposes, a half million
alternative to recommendations that faculty be includedon "symbolic presence"of faculty on the Honor Court to restore more than was budgeted last year.
the Honor Court has been proposed by Honor Court faculty confidence-in the honor system. WAYNE NESMITII, SUS director of facilities planning
Chancellor Byron Petersen.In Saying such an innovation would'''set-ibad precedent for and support, said construction of UF's new College of
presentations before the Honor Court Task Force and SG as a whole," Petersen recommenced! a faculty advisory Veterinary Medicine would get first priority for the S14.3
the Student Senate, Petersen outlined his proposal for a committee which would accomplish the goal of faculty i involvement million it needs in capital outlay funds.
faculty advisory committee which would oversee the Honor while maintaining SG autonomy. Another SI.3 million has been earmarked for the con-
Court but would not be incorporated into Student Govern- Petersen's proposal calls for a faculty adviser to both the struction of a special facility in Gainesville for training
ment. Honor Court's prosecution and defense staffs and a faculty wastewater treatment plant operators.
THE REPORT OF THE Honor Court Task Force committee to oversee the procedures of he Honor Court. A bill which allows state universities to pay their dues to
recommended replacing the present Honor Court system THESE FACULTY MEMBERS would have no power in accreditation agencies, by specifying that the agencies need
with an "honor council" composed of three*faculty membersand fact determinations or setting penalties, according to only open their records concerning Florida schools to comply
three students selected at random from the student body. Petersen. with Florida's Public Records Law.
Task force, Findings have revealed the faculty has little '"The Honor Court is' almost dead" Petersen admitted, Attorney General Robert She//in had ruled that no state
confidence in the Honor Court and tends to ignore the Honor "but I don't think it can't be revitalized." money could be used to pay membership fees to an agency
Court as an avenue of redress in cases of academic dishonesty, UF President Robert Marston will issue his final decision of which refused to open all its records to Florida citizens, as
preferring ro deal with the cases themselves. the Honor Court on May 30. required by the Public Records Law.


.. 2 senators reinstated' new members confirmed '1

By MICHAEL BRADLEY. the meeting. the Rules and Calendar Committee.
Alligator Staff Writer Senators Ingrid Anderson and Kevin Malone, also expelledfor According to Rules and Calendar Committee chairman Bill
non-attendance at the mandatory meeting,did not appeal Leach, 17 applications were considered before these
Two student senators were 'reinstated and seven new their expulsions.Seven nominations were presented to the senate.
senators ,wire confirmed at the Student Senate's ,Tuesday vacant seats were also filled by the senate.. IN OTHER ACTIONS, the senate passed on second
night meeting; .. 'RICHARD BAXTER, Mark Bennett, Lauren Clair, Jeff reading the revised 1975-76 Student Government .budget.
Senators Jim Allen and Wendy ScKerer* expelled for non- Prattsman, Gary Shachat Shawn Smith, Tom Thomas, and Amendments, were adopted to raise the Honor Court
attendance.at last week's mandatory meeting, were reinstatedby Eugen Way were confirmed by a majority vote to fill the chancellor's:'quarterly salary from $250 to $290 and not to
a two-thirds vote:of the senate. ,vacant seats.' fund DDK's Course and Teacher Evaluations. .
IN THEIR APPEALS tor reinstatement Allen and Scherer Each'of ,the' seven applied for the ,posts ,and' were 'interviewed Amendments to raise the chancellor's,' salary, to $300 and
claimed they were,studying! for important' tests at the time of last week;by'. enate President Art'Aspinwall i 'and, $295 were defeated.. ." '' .:.;';('. ,'.:. ; "


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I Student 'voters favored 'Green 2-1 in electionBy / I

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JUDY MOORE Alachua County Board of Public: Instructions building on residential northeast sections which vote at Kirby Smith
Alligator Staff Writer East University Avenue Green tallied 538 votes to Williams'slim School. Stephen Foster School and Howard Bishop School.
Green won 11 of the 16
69.Williams. In the final total, precincts with

Student voters favored black attorney Aaron Green 2.1 over picked up heavy support in primarily white Williams taking five.

former commissioner Ted Williams in Tuesday's city com ". ,. -
mission race.

With an, 18 per, cent ,citywide turnout.,Green..won?xh C,. '-- -
position being vacated by Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler
with 3,503 votes compared to Williams' 2,817. New to be chosen at noon I
Of more than 35,000 registered voters in Gainesville, 6,310 mayor
voted Tuesday, 68 more than in May 6th's primary. This does
not include 86 absentee ballots. ,By JUDY MOORE Talbot, who suffered a heart attack, has
Supervisor of elections Alma Bethea, said she had expectedan Alligator Staff WriterA been absent ,from the commission for five
even lower voter turnout and was surprised at the numberof weeks, but will be present at tomorrow's
people who went to the polls. reorganized Gainesville City Commissionwill meeting.
"WE HAD EXPECTED about a 12 per cent turnout basedon choose a new mayor at noon today, "My doctors have told me that I would be
the number of absentee ballots we sent out. But we had ,. directly after the swearing in ceremonies of crazy to take the job and I agree with them,"
many last minute requests for ballots. We also set a city ,: .. ... '. newly elected commissioner Aaron Green and Talbot said.
record with every absentee ballot returned that, was ..t'l...,. ... '...",...'........ .' ... re-elected commissioner Joseph Little. THE CHOICE OF mayor is up in the air
requested" she said. .. : ,';" Out-going mayor Neil Butler will presideat since Talbot decided not to run.
At J. Wayne Reitz Union only 150 of 3,645 registered voters ',,", his last commission meeting at 10:45: a.m. Commissioner Russell Ramsey, whose term
voted for a 4.1 per cent turnout. Green took 120 votes and and is scheduled to make his farewell addressat expires next May. said he would take the job
captured 30 at the union precinct.At the end of the meeting. if it were offered to him.
nearby P.K. Yonge School, also largely a student Gh THE MAYOR IS chosen by majority vote "If I'm elected I'll be glad to take the job
district. 228 voted of the: 2,865 registered for a 7.9 per cent of the five commissioners.The but I'm not interested in campaigning for it,"
turnout. Green received 152 of those votes and Williams got P. position of mayor is largely ceremonial, Ramsey said.
76.THE but carries a salary of $8,202 annually as Little said he would like to be elected to the
SANTA FE Community College precinct on. West compared to the $5,280 salary of the other position.
University Avenue had a slightly higher turnout,. but still four commissioners.It "Sure I'd like to be mayor. It would be a
below the average with 252 voting out of 2,865 registered for is customary, but not required that the great privilege and very exciting to be mayorof
12 per cent. Green also led this district with 159 votes compared mayor pro tempore be chosen as mayor. Gainesville," Little said.
to 93 for Williams. ---- BUT, MAYOR Pro Tempore T.S. (Tiny) Commissioners James Richardson and
Green also scored high in the predominantly black NEIL BUTlER Talbot said he will not run because of health Green have declined to comment on their
precincts, In the largely black precinct 13, which votes at the :. .to make farewell address reasons. choice.


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I Th.|iuUp.i>d.nt Horido. Alllgcrtor.I Thunrfoy'. ,May M WS ,....3 I

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1 funding
//MAY 21 ft 22 AND GREENHOUSES... Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) will t

I 11 1 Iuhily WITH HANGING BASKETSAT go before the Activity and
A I $3 AND $4 Service Fee Advisory Cornt'./
L. 706 W. UNIV. 378-2001 u 1 mince (ASFAC> today to \
terue------ -__- ..-I.J 3525 S.W ARCHER RD. request $13,500 for next '\

year's activities.
SNAP has been funded t
through the University

supplemental Budget Committee funds from with the ':\,

Did know that. College Work Study Program ';

you and the Other Personnel
Services fund. according to ;
University Police Department "

(UPD) Information Officer ;
Jim Shuler.

'. -t ( from the Audio Book of World Records )' university However,system's, due to economic the state

crunch the SNAP allocation
ran out at the end of fall
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"': :.t' quarter Teaching
., Hospital then' allocated
$8,000 from a special fund to "
w' The oldest record in existence is in the BBC's get SNAP through spring

gramophone library. It is a record made by Emlle quarters.

Berliner of himself reciting the Lords Prayer. It According to Shuler, these
was made in 1884. funds will be used for salaries

il. Protect your records. Make them last and sound and maintenance of radios
and flashlights. ,
good use a MicroAvoustics QDGle cartridge. : Shuler said a minimum of
You'll enjoy a crystal clear sound and low record $4,200 each quarter is

wear. Retail $110.----$79 Till May 30 necessary for SNAP
I, : operations.
I SNAP, an organization of
salaried student volunteers,
was created in 1973 following

f. 1\ !.'.' ". "r ....''C"...,, series of rapes on, campus.
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In 1964 Barney;Byter bought a pair of "discount" }' i il
because he a "deal." That ,he
speakers got year ;. l / Students attending UF
set the world's record for the greatest number of s during the summer quarter
roommate changes. Thirty-four people moved in, --: i will be registering for next fall

then out again. Six of which underwent major "'. : quarter on July 29 and Aug. 1.

ear surgery. : I i Students who are not at*

Protect your ears, and your roommates' with a '" tending school this summer
pair of Braun speakers for real studio quality. "" :. ; must register for fall quarter
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: this week.
Engineered give you sound so clean and un- t: J*}"' \ "THE 'DELAYEDREGISTRATION
distorted it seems as though your speakers aren'tthere. 1 '"
Prices from $130 each. I" way penalize the summer

: students," said Pat Dovell

J. H assistant registrar.A .
percentage of sections in
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each subject will be opened

r for the delayed registration,

Dovell said.

On Feb. '25, 1973 Freddy Fognir single-handedly

scratched 126 records. This was achieved in spite the publication Independent of Florida Campus Alligator Communkotiont Iso .

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them on tape. A cassette deck could be the best July sml,-and wikly August, and when during H'. published student

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States..the limiting factor seems to be the species' intoleranceto
cording to the Dept. of Agriculture.
(from page one) for moist soil conditions.
UF ,ENTOMOLOGISTS have been studying the'ant: cold, and its need
damage done,by Mirex,. the anti-ant insecticide. used in the species in an effort to find a biological means of controllingthem. They prefer open grassy areas and are a particular nuisance
program. when they choose lawns, schoolyards and farm fields in whichto
UNDER THE PROGRAM, a bait of corncob grits, Drs. George Allen Willard Whitcomb and William Buren build their mounds.In .
soybean oil and insecticide spread over the infested areas. three UF entomologists involved in fire ant research, are Florida the species can be found everywhere except the
The ants, carry it back to their nests where it slowly kills cut rently doing studies on several possible biological control southern tip of the state and it is expected they will eventually
them: agents. spread there as well.
Because of the large areas of infestation,currently coveringnine They hope to find the agents that naturally limit the speciesin IN ALACHUA, COUNTY it is expected, that their
southern states, i it has been impossible, destroy all of South America and possibly introduce them here. population .will'.restablished'speries.,:.slowly increase;4gs''!f!hey compete with the
the ant colonies. .' 0 \ ..,,::!_, _,, .. ((f, ...j? IF ClfXfISTS CAN learn.how to culture these agents "r 'f
By cutting down the number 6rallowablesprayingsnfcprogram ; Ihey may be helpful in reducing fire ant populations," Buren Because'the species have such large mound populationsand
became unworkable and had to cancelled, ace said.' strong defenses,they seem to have a competitive edge over
In the roughly 35 years'that the species has been in this the American ants.
'country they have spread with alarming rapidity.The .
The new Mirex restrictions were imposed by the EPA
Ant ants spread when once a year thousands winged because of evidence the agency believed traced shellfish
from each establish colonies in killsto
queens fly nest to new insecticide's
;\ l"v.t' the use.
; surrounding areas.CURRENT ,
( OS. STUDIES seem to indicate, however, that the The control program has thus far cost millions of dollars in
\4 range will probably be limited to the southeastern United state and federal funds.
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\S} u7( Center residents,plays at, the north lawn'of the J. Wayne There will also be a display set up by the Gainesville Police
Reitz Union noon today to promote the annual Sunland or'Tire departments, she added.

Ronald McDonald will be at Sunland Saturday,to greet the 'Dixie' lecture tonightSheldon
residents. The carnival is sponsored by UFs volunteer
organization Samson.A Hackney newly chosen president of Tulane
BASKETBALL-THROWING booth' and a fishing-for- University will lecture on "Dixie Demagogues Thingof
prizes booth are just two of about 20 booths that will be set.up the Past?"at 8 tonight in McCarthy Auditorium.
,on the Sunland premises from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. Hackney is presently a "provost" or vice-president at
Lori Tolson, carnival chairperson said the carnival will be Princeton University, 'and has written a book entitled
for Sunland residents only, but anyone interested in helpingcan "Populism to Progressivism in Alabama"which deals with
4 the reform movement Alabama.:
contact Tolson at the Samson office.
LSJI Hackney's Ppech is sponsored by the University College
Tolson' said various fraternities, Circle K and Reserve
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s 6 4e Assertiveness 'helps'/ women ?

By JANET PARK "passive" "destroying self-worth" and "frustrating," before
Alligator Staff Writer telling the audience her view of wishy-washy behavior.
"People start to lose respect for you when you're nonassertive -

Women who can't assert themselves may end up clobberingtheir ." she said.
boyfriends and going to jail for it. an assertiveness The proper way to assert yourself. Gies advised, is to keep
r.ti training specialist said. calm, keep eye contact with the person you're speaking with
The specialist,Trudy Gies, told the McCarty Hall audienceshe don't let them stare-you down, and don't be afraid to teli
had worked with inmates at Lowell State Prison for someone your feelings on their behavior.

Women who never learned to assert their needs. Sometimesthis ;nr """11Ift ,.
caused their imprisonment, she said. tr"
"SOME OF THE WOMEN were so unassertive that one ': "
day/ they just clobbered their, boyfriend or 'something," she ', :! 'j....
said, illustrating the frustration that can build up when needsare "
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not _, !
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: aggressive. ."\; rII" ;;to,... :Q '
"Don't try to get back at your boss by telling his supervisorhe ..'\ 'ff-:f:, ''i I' ',-
hasn't been in the office all day,"she warned. 'T;.'r
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HEADS NODDED as she asked if anyone in the room ever \ '; r
Y felt embarrassed about returning merchandise to a store. # .,
b '"Don't, be. You have the right to make mistakes," she I':1: h r. '
a P, C QeY 0 encouraged the group of about 70, mostly women. ". 1-1,1' "$'
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i.ti R "You have the right to ask for something or refuse to do a I tli':f3" '
favor without feeling guilty" Gies said. "'"'. '4 .;r
"WOMEN ARE brought up to feel bad when they competeor \
R t achieve. You do have the right to strive for yourself," Gies .. "
assured the audience.She -
cited the incident of feeling reluctant to return mer
chandise to the store as the most common problem women
have in asserting themselves. Campustgnantednew : .
AsSertion is just expressing your needs and making a valid
attempt to.g what you want without stepping on someone,"
TRUDY GIES photo by eric **trin she said. phone x rule
I GIES ASKED THE audience for characteristics of nonassertive -
.'don't be passively aggressive' behavior ard listened to responses of "dishones," "

Upper division on top ; Alligator Staff Writer

I ; Effective today, campus residents with phones will be able

Bill/ sets educationoriori'tiesBy ; ; to to make their own.third party calls from another number and charge it

Up until now, if a student wanted to make a third party call
DEBBIE IBERT BRYAN'SAID COMMENT on the senate appropriations and bill it to his campus number Southern Bell would deny
Alligator Staff Writer bill would be "premature" because even though the senate him that privilege."I .
passed it. the bill would have to go to a house-senate con HAD NO idea we were following that policy line so
: Along with a lump sum of 5251 million, the Florida Senate ference committee and then on to the Board of Education and strktly. When I heard about it,'I felt it was very unfair, so I
Wednesday handed the State University System(SUS)a list of ,the governor. simply changed it," Robert Coleman/divisional manager for
priorities for their general education budgets.Sen. "By the time the money gets to us- and we allocate it to Southern Bell said.
Education Committee Chairman Robert Graham D- the,colleges, it's extremely difficult to track how the money,is "Recently we refused to bill those type of calls through."
Miami, said the legislature previously "managed" the SUS,by spent." Bryan added.Mandatory. Coleman said. "This was due to the high non-payment. rate
allocating and watching funds spent in certain categories.BUT for on-campus phones." ,
THIS YEAR the legislature is funding SUS in a lump OFF-CAMPUS. RESIDENTS were not faced with the
sum he added and for that reason the senate set priorities for restriction.
universities to follow for using the money. summer "Off-campus residents have to layxlown a deposit., Mary
Graham said the senate gave top priority to upper division : Whitlow, a company supervisor for campus phones, said.
programs ((junior and senior level!)), and second place to lower "The hassle of not paying a bill meant much more to them."
division (freshman and sophomore levels.) high petitionedStudents According to Southern Bell, if an OD-campus student failedto
The program priorities set by the senate in the order of tuitions pay his or her bill the phone would Te shut off so neither
their importance are: in-coming nor out-going calls'could*be made.
1. Upper division undergraduate for Quality Education, a UF,lobbying group, "MANY STUDENTS WOULD .then .go to outside pay
2. .Lower division undergraduate carried more than 9,000 student signatures protesting higher phone, make another long.distance*ll..charge it to the
3. Masters level graduate tuition and mandatory summer enrollment to the statehouse "dead" phone number and tjust ,simply odd to the bill,"
4., Doctoral level graduate Wednesday. Whitlow said.
5. All remaining programs The group, augmented by Student Body President Jim "The operator had no real way of verifying if the numberwas
THE SENATE'S appropriations bill instructs universitiesto Eaton and other SG leaden, presented petitions on five issuesto good or nor," Whitlow' added.
use their funds in a manner which "insures high quality in House Speaker Don Tucker and Education Commissioner Colemna said "Now, the operator iwflj verify it through the
each program beginning with the first priority program." Ralph Turlington, lobbyist'Jim Balough, 4AS, said. usual channels." :
,UF Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said The petitions also supported house and senate bills to add UNDER THE NEW policy,third partycall can be made
the senate's priorities "follow simple logic" because un' students to, the Board .of'Regents and a bill which would from any number so long as,the number.The call is being
dergraduate programs contain more students than graduatelevel. require active legislative approval' for future fee hikes,, charged to is not "dead" and there is someone on that end to
.Balough said. accept the charges. '


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Students fight cutbacks


By DEBBIE ERICKSON \ffairs Dr Robert Bryan
Alligator Staff Writer said, ''Faculty members can

support the boycott, but they
Only one faculty member themselves should not walk
and II approximately SO *' out of their classes."
students gathered on the Bryan said Miller can-
Plaza of the Americas a .
celling his classes was not
Wednesday in a rally to grounds for dismissal.
protest cutbacks. THE ONLY WAY Miller
About 'an hour after the could "get into trouble"
protest started, the studentsleft would be if someone fired a
the' Plaza and marched to complaint with the university,
Tigert; Hall with a list of Bryan said.

demands chanting "They say photo by John moron Miller raid he asked his
cutback. We say tight back." students Tuesday if they
THE DEMANDS IN-. GARY MILLER wanted to attend class or
CLUDED request tor UF to professor proteststhe participate in the strike and
provide transportation to a steps of Tigert Hall and "no students objected to
planned march 'on the capitol forbade all but 10 of them participating in the strike."
next Wednesday.At from entering the building. Miller told the students
the rally Student Sandeen reversed his "I'm concerned with the anti-
Against Cutbacks (SAC) decision, however, when the education policy the,State of
!spokesman John Domenech students started yelling, Florida Legislature has
!said if UF President RobertQ. "We're all students and this is adopted. There is no reason
Marston would not provide our building." Florida can't come up with
transportation to the march. Another student then the money, if not from
SAC would. yelled "We all want to go up legalized gambling then from
However Domenech said because we all support what a state or city income tax."
SAC would provide transportation the statement says!" JESSE FABER, SAC SPARSELY ATTENDED RAlLY photo by john moron
"only if ;you AT THE RALLY, the only spokesman, told students I
Cutbacks at Plaza
(Marston) will accompany faculty member who attended gathered in the plaza that Students Against gathered
u,s and take an active part in Gary Miller, assistant "Students are the ones faced because or' an inadequate tilation. We will not be good little boys and girls while
the march." linguistics professor,. told with accepting the rules made funding system." subject to our professors the flagship continues to sink
VICE PRESIDENT of students he too was "on up by the Board of Regentsand "We will not continue to sit being denied tenure and into the depths the ocean"
Student Affairs Arthur strike." the state legislature..They .in overcrowded classroomswith simply being laid off. Faber said. I
Sandeen met the students on Vice President of Academic are the ones who suffer lack of proper ven "We cannot continue to be

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YxT Classes survive strike I

A strike of classes called to protest UF other one," she said.:
budget cuts Wednesday had little effect on LINDA GRAY, UF, information specialistsaid
Classroom attendance. she called seven college deans offices and
= > t Of thirty students interviewed, none said asked them to check the buildings to
they skipped their classes to attend the strike. determine if there was a large amount of
DAVID GRAY, 8AS, said he "didn't hear students absent from class.
about it until yesterday and didn't know whatit "I called the colleges of arts and sciences,
was about." architecture and fine arts, business ad-
N Ernie Frey 3EG, said he also attended all ministrations, journalism engineering
{ his classes. "Engineering students can't education and university college.

... ., afford to miss a single class" Frey said. ''Only one class in university college had a
photo by lo moron Joan Snyder 2UC admitted attending only high rate of absenteeism. The rest of the
STUDENTS DEMANDS one of her two classes, but not for the strike. colleges reported regular attendance," she
I gather in Tigert Hall "I 1 skipped my first one because I had a test in said..


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I Senate posses. new budget ; U F will lget by1 I

By STUART EMMRICH Hanson said 26 per cent of that increase, almost. $4 million

will go to UFo
Alligator Staff WriterIt of the increase would
But Hanson explained most go to
raises and fringe benefits instituted this past
may not be the answer to all of UF's problems but the built-and salary the extra funding was needed "just to stay even."
budget passed Wednesday by the Florida Senate means UF year ESTIMATED APPROXIMATELY $800,000 would be
will at least "get by next year", according to Executive Vice HE
D available for UF to spend on new faculty career service
L President Harold Hanson.
a Class offerings will be about the same number as this year. employes. increase
the $800.000 if the appropriation stays,
freeze will be ableto Using
Departments hit hard by the recent hiring
and 50
20 faculty positions career service
bring in some new faculty and there will be funds available could "restore
said. ,
employes.: Hanson
for graduate assistants and fellowships."IT (with the $800.000)). but that
35 faculty
"We could employ
HAROLD HANSON IS NOT be as before but we
going to as good or as easy
.UF will survive will survive" Hanson said. wold not restore any career service" positions,and we cannot
The appropriations bill for the State University System get along without any support, Hanson explained..
SAID UF would probably not hire new
(SUS) still has to go through a house-senate conference "
in the immediate future "except in emergency cases.
committee to work out any differences between the two faculty
versions. English, math and zoology are among the departments hit

The two budgets are within $1 million of each other and no by the hiring freeze and ,operating with sharply reduced

6 major changes are expected when the conference committeemeets. faculty, Hanson said. ,
J He said funds should be available particularly to help these
rr but added any hiring done would only be on
BOTH BILLS CALL .for an approximately' $15 million departments.
increase the funds appropriated this year to the SUS.Can't an interim basis.
"BY AND LARGE there has not been any recruiting (for
permanent faculty) this year," Hanson said.
Hanson said UF would provide funds for about the same
number of graduate assistants as this year.
sell body--dead or alive ; He said most colleges have already told most of the
graduate assistants they were planning on bringing back next
year that funds would be available to pay them.
HANSON SAID THERE was approximately a $500.000
donations cheerfully acceptedBy increase in Operating Capital Outlay and expenses for next

Included in that category are funds for library books and
FRANK RINELLA air conditioning.
Alligator Staff Write?: Although Hanson said some of that, money could be used
for salaries he said he doubted if much would be
but I think the law that year
who not an expert says you
People body legally it's the property of the cut out of capital outlay for that purpose.
leaving their own your ; "WE WERE SHY $1 million for utilities this year and we
In fact it That is why It's illegal to commit suicide. "
would not want to be caught in that position again, he said.
"IN Chandler Stetson Hanson predicted more air conditioning would be used by
death," said UF next year, "but not any more than we have to" and added
Anatomical the thermostats would be kept a little higher than usual.
.However you injury or highly infectious disease. "From the phone calls and letters I get you would think air
Dr. Chandler that are donated should be transferred to a conditioing is the most important thing to do," Hanson said
affairs said. I home and embalmed by arterial injection as soon about recent complaints dealing with UF shutting off the air
that you don't according to the state anatomical board.
condtioning to save
the state.That's annul the donation of his after he money.
person may body
ONE OF THE biggest advantages UF has in this year'sbudget
PERSONS signed the necessary forms by submitting a request Hanson said, was the flexibility of lump sum funding.
the body to doctor.
get by a Although he explained specific have been
no guidelines
balming fees IS ONE REASON why we people to
encourage '
decided how the would be allocated to the UF
The board will over their plans of donating their bodies with their yet on money
ashes for five ministers and friends," Sanders said. colleges next year Hanson said some flexibility would be
passed on by the administration to the deans.
written request. sent out by the board instruct donors to not only college
Bodies family members and friends of their plans but to leave "We are going to give them their money and let them use it
around the statements and personally instruct their funeral as best they can do however" Hanson said.
students and of their plans. They should also tell funeral homes "ANY ADDITIONAL FACULTY lines will have to be
SANDERS .is expected of them. approved by the vice president for academic affairs," Hanson

are not just given next of kin cannot donate the body. The intention added..
Hanson said there would'hay, to be "some central
bodies from
to must
grant come a living person.
"There are a BONES AND TISSUES can be left for tran- direction" on how the funds will be used next year, but
bodies to science However, the anatomical board cannot remove or stressed faculty input would be encouraged. '
bodies." Stetson the tissues. Arrangements for this must be made and Hanson said funds would be released by the administrationwithin
Stetson said by the donor. the same general guidelines as this year but explained
UF medical would have to make arrangements to have their "There will not be that fuss about transferring funds (from
HOSPITALS sent to the North Florida Eye Bank" Sanders ex- one budget to another) if the college has the money to do it."
has been compu."I'm 3788020"I'm "BUT WE HAVE to watch closely to make sure it does not

get out of hand"Dissidents i he Young added.

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supported by AllisonBy I

Alligator Staff Writer

Wart VF Affirmative Action Coordinator James
Allison will,testify,today in favor of a bill to
1 1 1 1 1 111I raise women's salaries.

in 1 week!
Allison said he did not expect the' bill to I .rit
pass and said he would prefer a study of
DubeyspEf W I individ'uals' salaries to present to the s
legislature! next t year if,the bill fails.

SUCH A STUDY could be accomplished
by a computer printout of each department in
37% NEWBERRY ROAD the nine state universities,listing employes by JAMES ALLISON
37H0714 I t tO tS salaries, Allison,said. ". ..to testify for bill l

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lie suggested if the women,were all groupedon "If 'they could see ,that this lady from
the bottom level' ,of a department, Tampa in this represenative'sdistrict and this
legislators might be more impressed. lady from ,Jacksonville,. l In: another,
representative's district,were being paid ,less,
than they should that would.have an effect,"
House Bill 1104, calling for a $970,000 .
Allison said.ALLISON.
appropriation to raise State University System
,salaries for women,to the level of the men, is
ARCHER being 'considered by. the Capital Outlay ESTIMATED the' ;equalizing'
505 SW RD. subcommittee of the Education Committee. bill had only a slight chance of passage but

'= 377-0948 said he, was testifying ,today. in hopes.,of
keeping the bill alive.,
i -__. Open 10 am- 8pm daily HOWEVER,THE figure used by the bill's:

1? fipm Sunday ,sponsor, Rep. Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne, Dr..Glenna Cam. who'assisted:Martin in

.. Z.- We handle special orders., was sities'calculated female from the salaries.' nine state unhrer-* preparing the,.bill, ,and, Felicity Trueblood,
average president of the Association for Women
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Faculty, also are in Tallahassee. 'for the
hearing. '
FREEZER SPECIALS Allison said a printout of each woman's

BLACKEYE PEAS . . .$6.00 bu YELLOW CROOK NECK SOU ASH$5.00 bt salary, along 'with her qualifications would '
prove to more: legislators that women were Trueblood said'she did not know if either,of
CUCUMBERS, . . ..5c ea. being discriminated against.Director. them would be testifying: '. "



Alligator Staff Writer inhibit the'search'
'"This position is important enough' to
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS PARTYThe The search for a new director for the In.: break the freeze" Hanson said. '
stitute of Black Culture will be characterizedby All positions in faculty and administrationranks
at'' limited ,advertising and.a "thaw" in the were frozen in December 1974; by,the::
hiring freeze. Board of,Regents because. of an unexpected.
Connection UF Executive Vice President Harold revenue shortage. "
Hanson said the 'administration 'had"reconsidered" Allison's position 'a; affirmative action
coordinator the to{ the j
was only exception
its position of 'nationwide .
LoungeWe advertising in accordance with affirmative freeze-this year.

are closing to remodel.' action,guidelines. ,

", night 8pm-2am "WE'LL WORK WITH (Affirmative Mills gets .honor
Every, Action Coordinator James)Allison on the best
places, to advertise for the proper kind: of
.ALL DRINKS A applicant pool" Hanson'said. Officer W.D. Mills was named University
50 YDO'mestic.Beer.35c He Police Department Officer of the Year
ALL BRANDS explained curtailment of advertising .
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,,31, was nominated by the other,50,
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1 ,Chivas Walker Black 75' UF had been' placing ads for all open named runner-up.
Johnny positions in the, Affirmative'Action Registry UPD Public Information Officer Jim'
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'. bit shakyIt's ArK 1

like building the Empire State Building on ( )( (

top of a card table.
That's how State Sen. Robert Graham describesthe
rapid expansion of Florida's State University 1/r'''

System over the last 10 years. y'.A
During that time the. state has gone from threeto

nine universities, adding such costly new LiIE

programs as new medical and dental schools, a

new veterinary college and a new law school. All, R4! / 4r
Graham points out, built on a'very shaky tax basis.In s _

1950, only one of every five Florida high
school graduates attended college, and half of
those went to private colleges. Today more than 50

per cent attend college and, of those, 80 per cent

go to public institutions.In LNG PIR I1ES ..
fact, Florida's university system has ex-

panded so rapidly that legislators are now talking
about junking it's open door policy and limiting

enrollment. .
And yet there may be no need. The facilities for greets

educating an increasingly larger number of d I

students already exists without further expansionat American reception for the Vietnam refugees has WHILE THERE ARE some variations the theme is \
public expense.In provided the perfect end to the perfect war. usually that these particular refugees are eviL They are the l ,
the last few years private colleges and What better way to top off the nation's stupidest war than murderers torturers pimps black marketeers and bar girlsof I}
universities'' have begun to go the way of the with a country-wide display of small-mindedness and Vietnam. ':
xenophobia.AS There are a few things wrong with that analysis. First, it is ,
American buffalo
as an endangered species. .
SYNDICATED columnist Mary McGrory put it: "We not at all clear that any large portion of the refugees fall into .
1970, 50 private American colleges have closed, Newsweek estimates that of 6.000
are a nation of hawks who would have fought into the next any those categories.
beset by high operating costs, rising tuition and 'century to save the South Vietnamese from communism but refugees passing through Guam early this month over 90 per
falling enrollments. who don't want them in the next block. And we are a nationof cent were middle or lower-middle class.
Currently there are almost 50 private colleges doves who said we would accept'' any consequence of
and universities in Florida offering a wide varietyof stopping the war. it seems to, find room for its most unattractive
victims here." r '
academic, business and professional programs.
We are told that the reaction is understandable or even
And yet SUS officials continue to plan for future healthy.

expansion. You see. America is trying to forget its., most spectacular OPINIONSecond
w Board of Regent member Marshall Harris foreign affairs fiasco (no mean accomplishment). And all

recently summed it up when he remarked, "you these slanty-eyed small people running around remind us of are )
the whole Indochinese debacle.SO pimps black marketeers and bar girls not
read the (universities') planning documents and IT FOLLOWS that there is nothing wrong with the necessarily evil. It is more than a little hypocritical; for the
right now .we've got nine pipe dreams. I mean current outpouring of sentiment.The Americans who created the .climate that made those
we've got plans for nine schools of communicationand best I can say for this line of reasoning is that the professions profitable to suddenly turn up' their noses in
things like that. premise is sound; the Vietnam War was every bit as bad as all disgust.
THEN THERE ARE the murderers and torturers so much
that. However the argument still strikes me as a somewhat .
Granted the recent ground breaking for a S10.5 sophisticated cover for good old ,yellow peril racism.A on the mind of Rep. Elizabeth HoUzman.D-N.Y.: and Sen.
million college of veterinary medicine here at UF couple of other rationales are being put forth tb explainthe James'Abourezk, D. S.D..I! would tend to agra that sending
was a necessary addition to the system, since thereis American reaction to the refugees. The most transparentone these people back to the tender mercies of the'Viet Cong
currently no such school in the state. is the argument that these people are going to take OUR might well be appropriate. .
However it does not follow from this that we ought to send
But a proposal to allocate $300,000 for a new '
law school at Florida Atlantic in Boca jobs.THERE ARE AT least two things wrong with this line of the bulk of the refugees back as suggested by Sen. George
reasoning. First the premise is wrong. These are not our McGovem D-S.D. To send,over, 100,000( innocent to an
Raton seems patently absurd, considering that a JOBS. If a Vietnamese can win a job though his or her ability, uncertain fate for-the.purpose of punishing few is Insanely
college ,of law opened just last summer at the why does some disgruntled American have ,a superior claimon cruel. .
private Nova University in nearby Fort Lauder- it? One other:point which is ,made! frequently about the
Secondly the effect of the Vietnamese on the American job refugees Is' the incongruity of an American President
dale.The state could subsidize Florida students market will be minimal. To begin with their skills will not be welcoming them so, ardently while'.still refusing 'to grant
much in demand. Furthermore they will increase the size of amnesty to American :war:misters. "
attending Nova for about' the same'cost of the labor force by less than one-tenth of one per cent. THIS IS NOT, H seems to me, any reason for rejecting the
providing public law' school instruction, but The argument about jobs has been used mostly by former r fugee$. It is. however! ,:a /ine reason for the President to
without the expense of constructing a school. hawks. The former doves have concocted a more intriguing grant unconditional,amnesty.immediately..
Florida already has similar agreements with the rationale, for their position. We will, never,havea, more propitious, ,time
University of Miami, paying $10,000 for each --

medical school graduate.The Ron Cunningham u David pain
state could bail out failing private colleges The Independent fdltor-I -chr.f Managing Editor

while cutting down on public capital outlay ex- .
.JohnMonln .
penses by adopting Rep. Clark Maxwell's plan to Florida, Alligator PhotordiW., :;David LayoutEdltDr Bnhom
allow the Board of Regents, to contract withFlorida
private colleges for the use .of classroomspace till ,a..t\i ,.. Minds ec.Iman JodyCarilnlayout

4 and,educational programs not offered by the .. r EP.. News Editor ...Editor

SUS.Maxwell's bill would enable more SUS studentsto RA'Tony' Kendzlor. ..I,..,. ;,'.P'. .. j. .,. ......... .... <..General Monog.r '
James V.Cook, ';;;" !,. .,.,'.,. ., ..:... ............ .AIIIstont Gen.ral Manager Published '. .byf.'ttitifxiH .
attend college while helping financially,troubled Mr*.Evelyn Best .\ .... ... ..,,... .. ,. ., ..;... .....Administrative Assistant .
private colleges. We believe Alachua represen' AnneMalphurs! . .', .:, ......?. \;a.. .,".., ...;: ., .. '.' . .....Bookkeeper : f.'irttiniiiMM./ 'itions. In'
tatives Sid Martin and Bill Andrews as well as Sen. C. Roy Shipp ; . .. .... ,.,/.V.:.," ,.:.,''. .'It';... .'. .. . .Business Manager PO Bon ,13364: :, .
Tom MocNomora>,,<'.s.. :,.,,...,.. ...j..,.. ,. '0' .:. ... ., ... .n--..,,..Accountant '.Gainesville.*Florida UniversityStation. with
Buddy MacKay and Robert A. Saunders should Roy McGee Jr. : .I.'.. .,.....t,.':. ; ;. ..... . .- ... .. . .Advertising Manager offices behind the'Col. }ton.
support that plan. Donna Lubrono . .. t. . .. ;... . . . .. . .Advertising Coordinator 1728 W... Avenwe.
We need for Florida to close its door Lynda Homier . .. .. ..... '.' . . .'.. Advertising Production Manager Buunest Office University phon. 37.-..*...
see no open Lynn Sokl.r. . . . . ,,...., . .. . . .-.Editorial Production Manager Editorial Deportment ;376-4458
policy at this point., With the aid of the Maxwell Jim Esposito . . . .'.::. .. . . . . .Editorial Production Monag.r Advertising! and Production:
plan, Florida can instead open new doors to a new Oenda Martin. .,.... .. .,,. . . . . .Circulation C Classified Manager Deportments: 376-4413.
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Little things

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cause confusion .

EDITORS A popular song system is the worst place I
of a past era said. "Little have taught in the! last dozen
things mean a lot." A glanceat years.
The Alligator of May 9 In the "University Digest"on
:shows {the truth of it. page 13. UF President
On page 8 is a story that Robert Marston and
may not appear to be of great Executive Vice President
'importance. It notes that a .,Harold Hanson are happythat
'bill to prohibit universities the House appropriationsbill
advertising for students has will permit more:
I'' just passed a House autonomy in spending. So far
, Education subcommittee. ,so good, but other bills, such
HERE IS A clear exampleof as "no advertising," outside
what is wrong with higher' of appropriations, that
education in Florida: Every prohibit or require certain
pr Tom. Dick and Harry can action, snatch back that
make their pet peeves becomethe autonomy.
operating policy of the WHAT WE HAVE in
universities and thus ignore Florida (and the Board of
'educational impetus and Regents do as much of this as
consequences and the the legislature) is a confusionof
question ofwhat, autonomy is role and function and
necessary' to carry out assessment. Until we get that
educational, objectives.This reordered, we will continue to
,happens'again and be "great" only by fiat and sthrough
.again in Florida, and it is the our rhetoric.
,: main .reason why the State
University ,System, as a Robert R. Sherman

\\1 Cutback protests sho.u.tdfo.c.e facts I

EDITOR In comment on the aspirations of Student At this point, your cognition ceases to !unction:.; You must n1t1.1'eyare i in the business to provide you the opportunityto
. Against Cutbacks and others who sincerely protest the realize that it can't supply your demands.\without'receiving! purchase: an education. You want that education and they
, cutbacks and wonder of the increasing fear of decreasing money in return. Would you work for free?.:"So(don't.expect are required by economic laws to set a price for it.
quality of education 1 beg of you to put aside your apparently any institution, i I.e. people to do so either.;..:It, is. 'a "fact. fools. -':If they bid too high,you can decline or go to another school
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emotionally directed thoughts and to ask one simple question: face it. '.' :: or. state.
Where is the money going to come from that will avert the But where is this money to come from?..: Society? ':,i.e. -'A'REE :ENTERPRISE education market would make
above two problems? mommy and daddy and tomorrow you).";Society:does not that 100'percent:feasible, but that is entirely another topic
You want no cutbacks, same or better education, (by the owe you an education and furthermore. .th.e"indivt( u'ls: _who, beyond the'level of this discussion. The choice is yours. If you
way, nobody can educate you :?''Ou must do it yourself and no make up this fictitious entity of "society) :? have,:enough :sincerely: : want quality education, you will, pay the costs.
tuition increases. Well, any literate person knows that the financial!, problems without having .t tobe'respoisibleforsolving :Striking,crying like. baby, performing temper-tantrums or
costs of running UF have increased from causes not of its yours. : :demanding that.others pay for your education are not thesolutions
control. DO YOU THINK the world exists just t io terajouf: : ;Just ;: :but."rather emotional reactions of an irresponsible
THUS HOW, in all your wisdom can you plead such because somebody manufactures electry'doe. _{""noc: jnean: .' ';:spoiled >brat"" '
conflicting demands? UF has to pay its rent, its "workers" you have a right to it., : jr.. : ,
(Cod do I hate that word) and other numerous expenses, andit UF is not out to rip you off but rather only (6 pay1tsbilIs., ";- .:" .' :. Albert C Evans
needs additional money to do so. It may excrete hot air but it runs on money:;:a lot,like i, you: 'and.... r';; ; ( .' 4AS
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I Ford did what he had to do with::Cambodia I

EDITOR With regards to Bill Day's editorial cartoon of North Vietnam, and they too consider 'us'to be their enemy" Jo: ':note thafthe 'gOvernments of 'Britain, France, West Germany -
May IS I would like to question his description of the US besides having no diplomatic tio 'with:us}' .,:Israel; 'and Japan all supported our action.
government as a bunch of "petulent kids not to' be pushed The President had no other choice buts to,::use- "force: as ,Frank H. Katz

around." This ship, the SS Mayaguez. was a merchant vessel economically as possible which is what he. did.. .:.Jt!U.interesting. : : 3 AS ,i-.'flOT ,

sailing in what appeared to be international waters probably .... ,.. ...._- "
because other vessels had sailed the same route to Thailand in
th4 past with no interference. '"

Obviously this action by the government in Phnom Penh, if _.
you can call it that was an act of piracy on an American ,+ : -

vessel. -AND WE,1UE.Nay f'DK'Ma.1'8iU.5'' : gWflONAry
THE PRESIDENT'S action in order to
was necessary
retrieve the ship from a foreign government holding it illegallyand
to obtain the release of the crew. Had he not acted as he WNGRA1 LA1ETNEVAUANTAND5TAL MI'. ..+.
did swiftly and decisively, the same fate that befell the crew
of the USS the of the fOR :
Pueblo might have befallen crew 5owuIMPERIAUSTUS
Mayaguez. PAPER 116ER 1JtUS fEUD -

If Day had any knowledge of military operations, he would IS// HEllO? COME.IN f 3U ER .. i* -

know that every operation has an objective and ours was not ..
to "bomb 'em back to the stone age." It was to obtain the .
release of the ship and crew, using the least force necessary ,
and then to' withdraw as quickly as possible. .4:
DIPLOMATIC initiatives had not succeeded, and the
initiatives had to be made through a nation which still r
considers the United States its enemy China. The only
other nations with ties to Cambodia are North Korea and

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Bj ROSEMARY GOUDREAU Felt, who quit the .FBI after one year "I 1 started refusing requests from the White
Alligator Staff Writer because he was tired of its "low image," said House which I'm sure is one of the reasons I
he didn't give out any information in the .was unable to advance" Felt said#'But Pat

", H.R. "Bob" Haideman,.phief,White House Watergate! f case, but; that!.he had.been,asked .,Gray?: (former acting director offthe<< FBI)
aide for former-President Nixon once accused by the WhIte' House'tO perform "imptoperreq thought .of Haldeman'and Ehrlichman as his
the former associate director, of the uests." superiors."
Federal Bureau of Investigation.. (FBI) of Felt said one such request came from John Felt said Gray performed many favors for
being "deep throat." Dean, former legal counsel to Nixon. Dean both men that weren't called for and this was
But Mark Felt said Tuesday'night' 'that he wanted Felt to "alter a report concerning the one of the reasons for the 'shrinking
was not "deep throat".and Haideman had no International Telephone and Telegraph case credibility" of the FBI.
evidence to support ,this charge. so we '(the FBI) would, confirm what was ANOTHER REASON Felt 'gave, for the
"DEEP THROAT", the FBI's loss of credibility was "people were
--- was code name of 'already' believed about the case.
photo by davld flnkcl' the unidentified source who verified facts for FELT SAID HE told the'White House he reading 'about all American officials being
. MARK FELT 'two. Washington Post-reporters uncovering thought their requests were not proper and he bad:' .
... .not'deep throat' 'the Watergate scandal.: wouldn't'go;along,with them., .' <..-" Felt said people believe the FBI has files on
..) I everyone.He .
added the FBI has about 7 million files

. ':Corner Drugstoreasks; for
.,.... ..u, .- FELT LISTED THREE ways in which the
... .... /' I FBI develops files:
By KEVIN BLOOM Student Body President Jim Eaton said he I Investigation of criminal cases .- if a
r lrf.. Alligator Staff Writer believed the Student Senate would allocate .. person was witness to a criminal act ,a file
.1'" .. money to the drugstore but whether it wouldbe I. would be"started on' him.) .
,. approved by the. administration "is .Investigation of candidates running for a
Gainesville's Corner Drugstore will apply to another question." JOHN'CREECH high government office if a person was in
: the Student Government fund Creech said in spite of Marston's statement
; special request /'/cut-back the candidate's background a file would be.
?.'for money to "help keep the drugstore open." there are some positive indications from other' t started on him.:
according to director;:John Creech. UF administrators. a student!allocation: .Report by an informant of something
The funds, If approved will help com., :may pass without a,veto.. 'L1 that's happening in the city-: if a person is
pensate for loss of $35.000 non renewable CREECH REFERRED to a statement by involved in this,happening, a file would be
federal Law Enforcement Assistant Administration i Vice President for Student Affairs,Arthur A.. starteo on him. '
(LEAA} grant. Sandeen. --- photo by John moron FBI files are no longer kepi secret from

HOWEVER PRESIDENT Robert Q. "I am not hung, up about allocating .aid to help cut our lossess" Creech said'"but the public.
Student Government funds for,an off-campus we'll still come up $15,000-20,000; short." Felt said the Freedom of Information Act
Marston said "it would be judgmentto
not good
organization' barring, .any J legal com CREECII SAID THE loss will mean a permits any citizen to have access to his file in
allocate student to .an off-campus.
money "
plications. cutback in the drugstore community services. the FBI file banks.
organization without first informing the: Sandeen also said he"was:sympathetic;to' "I'n I not sure exactly what programs will be The citizen can also "add, any statement to
students of'such .a possibility when'the fees the program at the Corner:Drugstore. cut back" Creech said, "but something. will)' the file',which he feels should be there." he
are paid." "The state is considering raising grant-in- have to go" added..

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1hurtdoy'May tt. WS,tog* IS '

Shady characters invade theater ::. I

) ROXANNE KASDEN she can't get some of these sinners. to repent
Alligator Staff Writer last.
On to the scene comes Sky Masterson(Rick'
a lot of shady looking characters Kramer), who's called Sky 'cause that's how
W F on the Constans Theatre stage. high he bets. Big Jule from Chicago Rick
Stevenson) and the law in the form of I
of hookers chorus girls bookies!
Brannigan (Arthur Troy).
over a dozen gamblers.! !
Guys and Dolls was a hit Broadway musicalin .
hang brightly ,colored light I
#s r the 50s before the film version was made
t. !signs announcing nightclubs.
with Marlon Brando as Skv.
and restaurants. Taken with

sign it look like,someone's. ,lite Abe Burrows co-authored both the play

of Broadway. and the' screenplay based on ,Damon

DISREPUTABLE PEOPLE are Runyon's short stories.. Runyon was a. New
SO-person cast rehearsing The ,York ,,'Olumnistho based his stories-.on
production Guys and' characters' he actually met in the streets of

1 number doesn't even include the New York.


Dolls is a musical ,'Omedyhich said the most difficult part of the production
the 1940's style Broadway street was the dancing which is original
play is set in a time when the heat choreography by Fernando Fonseca a former
i Nathan Detroit(George Peil) is in UK student ,visiting from New York.

his livelihood if he can't find
"the oldest established permanent "It's a little easier to teach somebody songs
than dances." Bevis said.
in 'New York.
photo by John
One of the funniest is Latin
scenes a stage
PIN A COUADAS IN 30s HAVANA is also in danger of losing his fiance !show that turns into a drunken. tree for all
.for guy and doll, its q tropical bash if she finds out ,he's running when '

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Wait a minute. Go to the Constans Theatre
(Mickey Clark), the fiance May 23-24 t>r May 25-27 at 8 p.m. for free ifyou're
line star is dying to turn the long a student and two dollars if you're not
into something more permanent and find out -
along the lines of the marriage
lor the 12 Will Miss Adelaide her ?
past years get wedding
There. will be birthday ..
a her mother in Rhode Island. Will Miss Sarah get her sinners
party at Bilbo and r Will Sky Masterson be able to win an
Gandalf's Saturday from AND ADELAIDE aren't impossible bet? '
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in tributeto with troubles. 'Poor, dedicated But most pressing of all .
the 34-year-old (Jennifer Pritchett)may have to Where the hell are they gonna hold the crap I
balladeer. Admission is Save-A-Soul mission closed if game? -

free., Anyone who wantsto ;i'P .

play can sign a list

when they arrive first .i'B 1l'

sign, first play. '

IVeekend happeningsffercyclesmusic .

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'SHARON ALFORD Sunday respectively. Children under 10 g> _
By al4i .... '' .
Alligator. Staff Writer. be admitted for $1. Students may '- .. : '
special discount tickets at any local .' :' .
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[or those of you Mho like a little- music with cycle dealer. '* .';
I Ocala Park is located on State
r motorcycles-or ice versa- the Ocala Cycle
{ .
! Ie Park will present,!'Florida Bluegrass .116. which is 12 miles north of Ocala 3' \ 1 ,. '1i i .. '
Days" this Memorial' Day weekend. quarter mile east of the new U.S. 301. ., .. \ .it

[he two-day event. wilf, feature, the top motorcycles are not your bag.' then .
I (orcycle racers from the Southeast, who catch David Bromberg here' on .
be competing for over SI.200 in prize Sunday. Sponsored by SOP. Bromberg
I ney. appear at J pm. on the north lawn near :

I I 1 Entertainment be between races and at night I Rcitz Bromberg Union.is what you would call a ''r..,...','.o:.. "U....,. .,. \a.: ...
: bands '
provided by !severarbluegrass' .
For ears.. he ... ,;. ..
the music !scene. > .
m around Florida. e talent will include on '
Dixie Ramblers of Micanopy and ,the guitar behind such notables as Bob' D>' : '- .i :).

|g ig Bowyer Family of Jacksonville. Jerry shaw Jeff and Buzzy Walker.Linhart.Tom Paxton.And in the Doug .. ...
kIng a special appearance will be Wayne .
of being "
earned the reputation
I1nett. the Florida State Amateur Banjo '"
ampion.Kicking. ot a musician's musician. :: : ... .
Bromberg struck out on : : r' .,. ,
Five ago.
[ off the "Dirt Days" on SaturdayI years d .
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and a passel :
I be an amateur Hare Scrambles race at 10K own armed with his guitar ;"- "
His first big stir was ( '
It will be followed by an ,amateur original songs.
fotocross featuring five classes of.cycles. At 2In. the isle of .Wight Festival: in 1970.

Sunday, the big event,will be the,Open ,tailed: back for lour encores.Columbia '
of this.
t -----------
, N sional Motocross Championship. Upon hearing
immediate! signed him to a
JThe "Dirt Days" sponsors are offering tree has '
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1 8t furnished apt for June lit for rent 2 bf- bah fully furnished
CLASSIFIEDS Pinewood apt No. 164 pet ok. lid call I house for the summer. very good
372-0950 or 373.1'22. (b-2t.41-p| ) location.call 376-2546 ask for dove take

fEMAlE roommate needed to share ever torn rote f 180 month (b-5t-l4l.

room In beautiful poolside' Hawaiian Vii Pj)_
opt w-grad students Marling June I I. $57 June Rent Free! Sublet Hawaiian vM 2
mo. 392-2114 noto 373-4788 (b.51.I.I9)Sublet ) bd 2 bath opt. and boot the hoot avail I
FOR SALE tune IS toll 377-8293 104 $205
FOR SALE for summer 2 br unfurn opt. June
Tl.2SOO calculator, +, .. s, !. chain and Two 'fine guitar Gioninl' clatsicol with 73 FOR SALEyard rent free H90 mo. 378-9182 (b-5t-l41-p) month (b-St-UI-p)

"",.d colcn, stored cenitont, tote 125.00' Gibson steel, tiring ,? condition vega" $1500 gl stotionwogon call 378.5138 oc good tale Saturday24 plants sofa etc NEEDED DESPARATEIY I female All RENTS S1ASHEOI
rechargeable bolt, 6 mot. warranty' beautiful' condition' $10000 377-0970 leave at 2048V NW 3rd Ave do drop by a.2t< for
or nom. I number ((0.3t.I 140.pt) ( roommate Brandywine opt 2 br, 2 (Special Summer Rates)
US. Coll 372-3798 (0.t..379)Weddlno ) 377.4107 anytime (o-7t.135-p) white, whirlpool Ul-p) ____ bath furn Sept 'to Dec only $75 plus'/i $100'0 $125 PER MO.
refrig 8cf. '
bands ft Engagement Ring than I yr. old. Call brut. for tale. lett telitng out at cost everything mutt go uitl. ,call 378..fJ97llb.7t.I39-) ( All units 2 BR, fumiihWwIth. ,, olr.lu.'Yftot" ,
Traditional' or Contemporary' deignsyour o'f; Complete Mintolo, camera lyttem In. keep trying best offer .at 372-0254. refrigerator 125 00 a.C. 50.00 stereo'25 PJ) ; .*.
choice Handmade for individual!, eluding the 102 body 3 Ions, and many (o 5t-l 0-p) crib 2050 oven bed 50 s bed 200 table large Room private bathroom In very Available for 1 lease through Aug. 31stPlain.
who wont the best. Original work tn oec 377-5436 (o-2t-1IO.p) l It73 Honda a-100 Good condition just 5.00 2614 NE 18 per 372-5269 Bargain nice home with air Furnished orunfunded View, Mobil Village.
Souih'l leading Arslu.L Master Colt I I' eommerelol 4 drawer filing, cabinet ISO iBtpected Stay bar. dependable $350 World (O.5t-I4.p| ) student only available 378-"I J 373-3284

Smith and lapidist. UnconditionalGuarantee I metal office arm choir $15 6.8 green or I<<)best.p1 I off.,. Mutt Sell 372-0160 (a5tKenwood sear manual typewriter. $30 fluorescent now 70 + 1.3 uti. optn Fall 3786576Ib.3t.1399) Available now tenants only!
OZZ* By appointment only. rug M window drapes cheap Coll Zone table lamp $10, keystone instomatic ( ) -

331.389o--105-p( ) 376-2120 (2M40-P) receiver 22 'want per channel, camera new $I5. call 392.7577.(12.51-( male roommate wanted June-Augutt (b-St-llo. __
BSR ,3IOx turntable. 2 ullralmear 200 K'-P' ) at French qtri $50 mo. + utilities (lent female, roommate for summer, private

speakers lloyd portable Cassette player, For Sale Pioneers Best, CS-99A Speaker month rent free coil 373-9502 aft, 6 (b- room t bath, shag rug and all electric.
phonet 50 8 tracks, 70 albums best offer 31.1 39-p) neat, quiet apt, good price too fOnt
leave message for dove 392.7628 (a-5l- $35000 pr FIRM Serious Inquiries Only negotiable call Judy 373-3150. (c-St-138-
*J.P)) Coll Rob at 3737026. ((0-51.131-9)) Needed -- male roommate to shore Pj)
SCUBA EQUIP: Mark IV Reg, Mark 11 mobile home .:- own room ft Vi both _
trailer: complete kitchen t furn Ig furs I bdrm in quiet small complexnear
central air I heat $70 + h util.
alum tank t. back-pack call Debbie: -
sleeps 'three. air conditioned" available campus sublet "fun thru oug call
Available thru
Jun. IS asking' $2500 tee 'to 377-7696 (o5t-l38-p) summer-evening. 377-0253 eve thru fri after 5-23 378-9156
appreciate call Mike 377-7641 (b-4M39-p)
call 372-0528 (a.Bt-140-p) 1968 buddy mobile home 2 br I bath day or eve (b-4M4QVg)

NIKON low"light' special' 55 mm fl., 2 auto central' heat + air, washer, dryer, Sublet for summer one-bed opt 0-c. sublet: 3 br 2 bath kings creek, apt b2!
nikkor mint' $150 I now try those candle lit' owning utility shed. orredondo village carpet turn terrace, disposal, (Indry.on available now.1 leate end 8-31 option So
233W. Univ. Ave. 3773013Et a"ollabltlooht shot call 377-0125 (a-3t- 377.5437 ((0.51-137-9)) premise $150 mo Bob 373-8874 renew, now or men" ,'will negotiate'"

'_<<_0.p l) .dual 1216 turntable with adc2Xxecartridge 205 evening(b.St.1399)Sublet ,.fall option.) (1100 SW 8 Av 377-7905 anytime (b-5M40-p) -

12 72 :3 bdrm 2 complete bath mobile bate cover CD4 cables $140.00I sublease 2 bdrm furnished! carpeted oe
home I I yr old buying a dual 701 call Normanat summer fall option I br furn. opt now thru oug 1160 negotiable large
on acre lot well
deep cellar (not Olympia 204 I block
377.2138 ((8-5)) 377-1853 (a-5MM-p) apt to campus pool laundry On City area 373-5192 ext
complete), thed
utility located I block
ten ac carpel great condition $150 mo.
LIPHAM MUSIC CO. Irom schools in Newberry. Coll 472-2870 Stereo: Pioneer.737 & PLA 4504/ Empire call 371-8874 (b.51.1399)Nco ) 248 or 378-3433 (b-5t.I4O-p)_

between 8:306: 12.30 pm for more info tpkt All new warranty except spks APTS FOR SUMMER
rfosorttADIES (o-fr.IO4-p) but mint Car cassette wl FM stereo fttpks opt for summer. I Bedroom $136 Vi kilt to uf. J +2U*. lease ovlb into fall
$69 378-9192. ((0.51.138-9)) mo. Pool Close to Snood SW 16th St. C- cent air, shag newest close to of
71 Suzuki T500, completely' rebuilt 24 Summit Hte 378-5803 call or come by 1241 4 378-1814
graduate tw ova,
engine, mechanically perfect, fairing FOR WATERFRONT OR SMALL ACREAGE after 4pm (b5t-l38-p) apt
(b-tOt-136-p) ,
(JEilTlEMENJafftrDanoKl Doug 3764)999.) Must see DUPLEX 2 bdrm, available June thru
., INC REALTOR look at rental lifting house
also 10 gal fish tank + access Best IS(051.139p 377.6789o.1.134.( 1976 furnished NW our on
quiet yard, porch
( ) p) mobile hornet, and optS. before you pay
section $175 really nice place 373-6395
anyone a fee Joel Bridget, realtor 404
Electric guitar and Unlvoi block (b-St !13S-p
amp. )
FOR RENT SW 4th Ave (b-fr-177-c)
solid body with silver trim, 50 inn
AVAIlABLE NOW 2 female' wanted to,
Female Roommate nice big house In
will take any reasonable offer over ROOM. Graduate and older male share plush bedroom in Catorwood opt.
$100 toll 377-8422 ((051.1399)mon's ) students' 2 blocks from $85 thru action own" bedroom large living/ room
campus august May rent plus Vt June rent den, kitchen'1tOrO Ie' area large fern;
schwinn vanity 10 speed bike include central olr, kitchen, dryer paid. call carol 378-9781. (b-5t-l38-p) cedond ery and yard..
gre very green
back washer all utilitiet. 377-8014 b-5t-l38-
rack, chain $70, 377-0166 (o-3t- ( Female roomale needed for 2 br opt 3 8333 plus I-3 utilltfo. coil 373-9260 (I b*
139-p) P]) blocks from cam ul. Own room, A-C, < St-I4p1
1973 650 Yamaha great condition 6400 Only $60 o month to take over 1 lease at for $59-mo t H utilities. call llene at AVAIL fAUII2bdrhomeNWbikeloU
mile new dutch $950 call 372.1093 the Flocce Deposit $50 required. Must 378-9728 (b-51-138-p)
((0-41.139-p) rent by June I. Gary at Murphroe K 579 I Brand new
IIb-I_ garden rent
country apt June
call 392.7110 b St 138 listing Better hurryll
or (
71 VW .bug, no bugs, low mileage, p free with option la rent for fall. I 3 bdr home NW NE Air heal,.furnfon -
t i excellent fm-tape stereo new intpeawn How, Viii. Apt 'la sublet 2 bdrm pool tide- bedroom completely furnished near +d .
sky blue, easy loon $1200 call pan furn.June free $175.,mo 3734325 mod center 373-5050 372-6854Ib-51-I38-( 4 bdrs-NW 2 AIIOII' .
376-8979 ((0-5M41-P) (b 5tl3p. ) Pj)
l $85 all still paid apt. walk So UF
Ull shad 10 12' wooden floor $125, JUNE RENT fREE.2 bdr. 2 both apt sublet READ THIS United Real Estate Auoc9om6pm
tear imt brick fire place with heater o"ol/uno/ I IS till sept furn 240 o month Moving anytime between Now ft Sept. 377-6992
$110, $6 ford truck new recap n.edsengine ph 373-9856 Haw. Val opt 267 (b-5t-l37. let ut rent your home or opt at no cost. (b-fr-139-p' )
.Iv.n 1 H work $125 between 4-6 pm 377- }) United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr-115-p) Roomaie to share nice sunny apartment

5737 ((0.31.141-p) two roomates needed for fall to share WANTED: I female roomale for fall-9 In big happy house. $70 M util.
that Shook teVferid of Muriel Two Minolta SRI-101 SlR camera, 50 mm master bedrom at gator town opt call mo. lease $65 + % utilities Galorwoodopjt Own room, 3 blocks from compu call

Rokkor( lentet, 17500 each; 200 mm 378-4147 ask far tony (b.51.137-9)) .. toll! 378-9590. (b-SM37-pJ,,, __ Sharon 372.2113. (b-3t-139-p)
MC lent, 80.00 *135 mm MC lent, 80.00
QUadraphOniC limConctrt iiicellent condition ((0-31.141-91)

Men golf clubs, cart, ball*, shots 12 esic
place setting chino plus extra" for both a ;
becky 392-0777, 372.2013 (a-5)-l4l-p) ;

REFRIGERATOR Full size w- freeter like ( _
new Only $75.00 Available in Jun..
Must tell Call Cheryl or Jill 3926047m

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Surf Board Dewey Weber ski 7 ft $75 00
Call 378-7063 before 10 am after 9 pm

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pioneer ko4000 car am fm stereo
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10-tpeed Huffy New chain lock cor
carrier, back pock oil for 60 377-4002 ((0-

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for ram 2 bdrm one bath oc carpel Diih-, for summer. 2 BR Summit House .. trailer avail June 15-Sept 1 SSecluded SUBLET APTIII I Mr, a* privet
washer beginning June 'firM call 377- Apti. Behind Med Center. Coll 373-5413 area 2 ml from campus 2 BR 2 patio, furn. .W June rent heel l $148 moist
: 8582 $180 per month (b-St-Ul-p) ((b-5t-14l-p) both oc shop carpet $UO per month' call. thIS summer live near campus) CALL
I JUNE RENT FREE Sublet 2 bdrm opt. free month's rent on 12 month ,tease 3724)964 FRENCH QUARTER Itt\ bath, central oc. beginning June 20 2 br unfurn." Opt 1 bdrm opt to sublet. Available June I 15. quiet mol roommates wanted now and / I 1 WT SAT LONG, LAST LOVL"QAYI
no dogs move 6-15 toll 378-4306 oft. $190 plus deposit. carpet, air, pool, pets $143 per mo. Frederick Carder Apts. for foil. 2 br Opt summit house 1C? 1:51 ':55 5:55 7rY 1 155
t 2:30: for Info (b-VUl-p) .."0. 378-1755 (b- -14l-p) SW nth Ave Call 372.7996 offer" 4-30: or t49.75-montH md V* utilities call Mickey
t call opt, my: (b-3M4Q.p> Of Dove 378-7670 toi evenings
home with oc. rural letting for summer Sublease Ige. brm. In 5 brm house thru 2:15 Asl5 6:05 8:00
e.ee C5.t N, or fall tn s only. NO LEASE very( mellow! Aug Prefer grod..tludeni or senior 2'
FRIDAY 7:15: 376-5766 (b-St-140-p) blocks from campus, Colt .t.. ol-J7A- Sentericed 10 28 years in prison for.a rime he

rh' 9:15I Apartment for rent for the summer $130 5963 or. 112 NW l l1 St. ((1HrIIaplWANTED ) never committed. only two thlrtgs can get him.
tarsM.w, r : mo, 3 blocks' from campus NW 3rd Ave Charles Bronson!
(o-41-l I 4().p) : : .:out- A tot of money and

For Rent for Summer '"of 2 bedroom
n the year 1843 Joka Sager, a loy of 13 2 both opt. nice opt., 2 pools Hawaiian Easy going remote to share rm 'in 2 br.

with i ki.l orotkeri and tiitcn including AB infant Village No. 324 phone 377-4192 after 8 apt.Coll MO 378-8186* sees(72.50 e3t.l3pr ma J'14 utilities. .

Nt off on one of ti. most incredible journey in pm (b3t40p) "oomoiei Needed Mal i responsible
Sublease eff apt. college terrace 1225
American L .tory.TKit it a true account of their SW lit Ave. $138 p.o. incl. util sec. dep. Summer; Foil to Spring; or both. Two;
$100 a.c. pool WO 9-5 (p.at4ftp( ) y bedroom; Shop; i ke view. Country:. .! ; wrr ;
KaMrJoui 2000 mile trek along the legs,,sdary Garden Apes, convenient Rent o2 4'HuMl. ii
Immediate occupancy) mole or 'femme .
CoIl Eric 378-0311 (tl39p)
Oregon Trail in pursuit of a dream.FRIDAY Own room. 103-mo. 413 util. Until Yp
Aug. Regency Oaks. ; Call 373-4318 or Neat i mature grod ltd to share big 2- ;
wide M.H. Own after
large room a +
377-0176 ofter 3. Roomy.AC-pool (b. -
A TRUE 378-0134 $85 mth' utli. for summer" a'
STOGY I40-p> .
or:iof fall5tl39p( )
Male roommate JUNE fREEI! subleasefor
summer t keep for foil 2 bdrm 2 2 female rmmatet needed to thore rm In
both furn. 0(. Country'Gordent, $60 nice opt chose to campus summer thru
mof 'A util 3764)909) (b-St-143-p) next yr, no cigarette smokers, con r.j .
B. pooder after 7, 373-3638, 60-mo. (C-3t
Proudjy Presents sublet for summer 1 br opt 'In country 137.p)
gardens behind vo. furnished oc dishwasher (
..1 disposal $181. 376-2932 (b2t140p GOlD SILVER Top prices paid for cloth
I ) ) rings, old jewelry etc. confidential..Call r ,
Seven Alone OZZIE 373-3894 (c-49M05-p>>) :
female furnished I
own room for summer wI \
eIt t $63 + 1-3 utility 4 blocks' from campus
3778005. (b-3t-I 1/0)-p) v: >
r,. sublet have In MAD MOUNTAIN
lummer your own room a I
large sunny two bedroom opt In nw
| 7i)0) g'ville bike to campus $69.50 mo. coliph" MIMF r 1
H | or jean hugues,377-2184 (b-3H4Q

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2 bedrooms in o 3 bedroom furnishedopt
for rent for summer quarter. Fully
CLiNt 'furnished. Maracaibo Manor apt*. $73 '+ a
per month call :373-4813 (b-5M40-p)

t sublease Ig. 2 bdr apt.,quiet very near ..rcat gyre
EASTWOOD shopping + theatre areas pool tennis ,.
handball rec.room etc. furs or unfum.
THE BGER SANCTION cell 373-8712. (b-440-p)
Rooms for rent thru Aug. 31.1 I block from
tlNlyRSAI ltKUR[ TECNN1C0LORe Tlgert. $80 mo. Includes utilities. 1125 1 1Vj
SW 4 Ave. 378-3309. (b-St-140 p2)
Own room for liberal rmmate In large 3 t gb -
SATURDAY MIDNITE bdrm haute 3 blks from campus. $67. +
1-3 util mo. senior or grod student pref. iUogtr
ALLSEATS 150 call 372-1131. (b-5t-l4O.p) VvK) 'Hru SAT

Summer Sublet 1.bdrm In 2 bdrm apt i SHOWS 9:00: &
Summit,! 'Hc u e opts $96.30 mo Avail. '
June 15 tott 378-1133. (b-3M4ft-p) ADMISSION 52.00r

female roommate needed for summer ONt : /? 3449bx'20
with foil option. own room, quiet neighborhood
e ;.big yard. $65 + I 1-3 Militia S W. 13th StCinema I
378-1208 (b-3t.I4O.pJ

2 female roommates mature shore 2 bdr.
bath opt gotortown $48 sum $61 foil 1-3

ulil. cafl.377-6708. after 3;00 pm (bS140p T 4 ,: -
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summer sublet luxurious poolside 9 H ewlaES1 OlwiKt, t1tELNO, MoRM
bdrm apt?furnished. BRANDVW1NI Only
1223. mo. OCr shag etc..calf sharon 378- ..t
t 4260 (b-Sf.I4.p) ) Robert Bedford

STARTS TOMORROW from PRIVATE tiger bedroom$73 mo +w.16IIi'bath'one June block fr.... 3112. Th. 4 1 ( 'STARTS-TODAY_ : r

1104 SW 3 ove call :373-4313 nltei nancy'or 5s20 Great '
more btg house < room (b-a.I4O.p) 1M N I.W, iMt sntm end 2:20': .1:206a15: .JI ? ;..uuNTBEEMBARRAsSEDTQSPEND!
Waldo Pepper ( Mrd tOUUVAH
Sublet for summer mole roommate Sao .
r wanted own room, In 4 bdrm opt. at The
Place $60 months util. call Bill at PG
378-4136 (b-3t-l4H( ) 96 MINUTES IN A DARK ROOM;
JONVOIGHT female roommate own bedroom 1 both ,' 2 Th. ,... ... *
+ I 1-3 utilities, "luxury apt. 2 pools, tennis 5,25: Getaway WITH A HOOKER. ,: -.
isV court bus to campus coil 373-594! Ask And PG :
for Susan'or doug. (b-fr-140-p( ) 10:00
Room for rent for Summer Quarter. Judg.- YOU KNOW ABOUT.SEX*-' ;',
CONRACK9 Completely furnished 55.00 monthly 3x25 Roy Bean
plus % utilities Con 377-8521 osknfor "
One beautiful/ man His story: is true. Ginny (b-5t-140-pfr) 7150 LAST DAY PO NOW LEARN ABOUT :;.

2 big 2 bedroo.nt opts to be sublet for the ;' rt '
summer both are furnished A upstairs wac -' 1 Albeit ,. c/: : WT"
near the mod center summit house Rnney
Cinema 2m call 378-3623 or 376-3026 (b-5,-110-p) ) Murder on

to share master bedrm In mt. vernon opt.
67JO- V util.call 392-6909 anytime (b- 7:00 Express
MAIBIIIAM 'ICE... 3t-111-p) f:3o

i treat M .taseraaci .MvtiiifMtea. Sublet for summer: 3 bedroom house 1 LAST DAY PC eYNN.TFETRUTHTFLLS.
MS MSIttESS IS block behind Norman Hall. Nice yard; 4
JTIitlWJ CMS... AC pets ok. $213. monthly Includes
water :373-9698_(b-9t-14t-p) .
h..1 IWMilkllWIU ear M 1s sublet 2 br. opt- from June IS Pardon >PAS
beginning fall term; $130 mo-olr, 3 UKMHMIAMBI
blocks from campus; real nke place to A: My
live cell 378-<1407 (p-5t-l41-p) o Blooper A
2 conserv. but fun roommates to shore e: (
iSO"Posse' 1g. mslr bdrm. prlv. both In lux.3 bdrm. '10:00 LAST DAY
opt for summer' call 373-9908. for details

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dw ac pool. for summer call Rick 377- attaining their highest possibilities, la informal friendly roomy stalls, best feed hours, $70., Half of our students scored
8752 ( $t-l37-p) long will men be unable to achieve the 8 core 6 ml e of uf. $75 mo. 376-4719, over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pt.

,Female roommate wonted to shore two greatness which might b..lh.lrs." keep trying (m-5t-l40-p) improvement by the second try or your
CLASSIFIEDSWANTED bedroom apartment in Tallahassee next Boha'i Writing For information on the GROW GILLS Scuba dan starts summer money bock. Attend first class free, no
fall.. Call Susan at 373-1025 $100 a Baha'I Faith, write Boha'i Auoc. UP, Rm. quarter, all equipment provided Including obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466., (m6T-

month for your own room (t-5t-Ul-pl) 300, Relti Union (j.It-141-c| )_ mask,fins, snorkel wetsuit,tank, 9J-PI)

want to buy a It. wl. used 10 speed BIKE tugene McCarthy Lives) Former senator regulator all air, BC international BINDING unique service, books, i
WANTED of foreign make ok if croppy conditioncall from Minn ,li heading en Independentticket certification by P.A.D.I. textbook Our journals, personal names, call ENGLISH
Rich 373-7975 after I 11 I pm or In for president for Info. write Mc. new price $45 advanced registration BINDERY for free estimates 373-8456
Students willing to pay $255 for 1 block room Wonted female I or 2 bdrm house for single morning (c-2t-l41-p) Carthy 76, Box u-730, Tallahassee, before the end of spring quarter$35 call 377-6260 (m25t26p)
meals thru summer quarter. cots 5100.125
end mo near Mature female roomote wonted sum. Florida 32313 (|-2t-141-p) Scuba Dynamics Exotic Sports for further HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
from campus central air, coop housing campus as soon as possible, call 378- Info 377.f109m.I2I.140p( | )
qtr. own room oc 3 bike from BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
at I Clo. 372-9328 (e.19t-133.p) 9843 or 392-0323 oak for sally (e-Sl- campus. photographer seeks female out. follow
ice) $64 mnth + ''N utilities. Call gail at 373- Illinois fairs July' till sept camping Experienced typist will type\ term papers, ABILITY STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS\
for Fall t or 2 females to share 2 ; 6337 (e-St-Ul-p) outdoor cooking live music nice people thesis or dissertation. Fast,accurate and (mfrUp> )
bedroom 2 bath opt. close to campus warded: Femole roommate to sublet mature responsible student to shore 3 br Interesting fun summer (-3t-Ul-p| ) .. dependable service at reasonable' rates. BINDING,Unique service thesis, books t

country gardens call mar3739188, (<'. *room enl In for large'Summer.,3 bdrm AC,2 dishwasher both apart- ,opt fall-spring about .$110 +- '1.3 expenses couple wants to rent house duplex or apt 'Coll 3738923m.5t.138.pt( journals, personal names, call ENGLISH

4.138.01: |I pool, tennis own br should hove Iran. with yard must be within walking "BEAT THE RUSH BE SURE YOUR BINDERY for free estimates 3734456 or

female roommates wonted summer qtr. $65.00 a month court plus, ,.pets utilities.allowed Sue sportotlon 373-7649 John (c-2t-141-p), distance to campus. 173 top. anytime REPORTS, MANUSCRIPTS, DISSERTATIONS 377-6260 (m-25t-126-p)
to short 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near Joan 3760566C.71.139.p( ) or need two liberal roomates for fall between now and sept. 3770546. (l-lt-( t THESES ARE TYPED EARLY FIELD ROCKS Great for masonry Deliveryin
Wed center, $64 mo + 1.3 util. 373-5600 quarter in alamar gardenscall 377-1159 I 141-p)_" Call 377-2235 or Debbie 377-7806 or G'vllle $40 outside of G'ville$SO. Call
< -tSt13p) looking for a roomott? need easygoing ask for Brian or eric after 5:00: keep Sondl 378-3754" (m5t139.p) 4722103 Say you read It In The
female ,to shore house or opt. trying (e-St-UI-p) SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hairstyle Alligator! (m-3t-UI-p)
JUNE/ RENT FREE Person needed to, starting fall or summer if Interested, to suit personality. 377.2643 EXPERIENCED TYPIST: Fast, dependable,
In The Pines Liberal Responsible Female To share your rates negotiable Call Phyllis for term Keypunching in home. Fast accurate.
luxury call
sublet 2 bdrm opt Suzy, 373-0880 (c3t-39-p\ ) 716 W. University Ave (|-fr-l40-c) my
call after 3:30: 377-7488 for more mobile home 4 mines + of town In quiet papers, resumes, etc. 372-6767 (m..,. One day service in most cases. Call 472-
living Inloc.I.I38p( ) male roomate to share,, bdrm apt country letting $75 +.Vt util Available need friendly home for female spadecat I36-P) 2060 (local') (m.gOt-137-p\ )
(| summit house across frm thandi & VA June 1st Call Brenda 377-2565 (c-5t-U1. for summer will pay for food +
summer only A-C pool bar-b-q77 Vi Pj) extra call Rick ie 373-7205 thanks. (|I. T---- ---:----------1

utilities I Call anytime 373-8252 (c-5t- Female roommate needed starting fall 4M39-p)_- _________ 1 STUDENT DISCOUNT TICKET !
SUPER BIKES Inc. 39-p)
quarter at Regency Oaks Will have own Volunteers 'with hayfever
24th & 25th i
heat responsible, female to share 2br. room In 03 br apt. liberal person, wouldbe needed to participate in a brief drug I
PARTS377.6901F ( ) opt., gotortown, beg, fall qtr. $50 preferred Call now 377-34521 (c-5t- trial monetary incentives. Call Darryl I I FLORIDA BLUEGRASS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP I
security, dep. $100moi' utilities. Call I hip) 393-6480
bobbl, 3760135c5t.137p( > ) ( I Amateur Moto-X, Hart Scramble Prof. Moto-X Mini Cycle' I
taL Compatible roommate needed starting HELPl Need someone to take care of I Moto-X. & Gospel Groups Parachute Jumps Free Movie,
Student wanted for Summer-own roomin fall quart to shore 2 bdrm, 2 bath with 2 male Ijlsh setter for rest of quarterall Bluegrass .
plush,, furnished apt No hassles w. other girls for only $60 a mono at country expenses paid by owner call I Sat.: Adm. $4.00 Sun. Adm. $5.00 1Disc. I

lease-option for next fall Must be manor. apt. Please call Jill or Jocelyn Kathy 37306422t140p(| ) I Tk. 200! DI'c. Tk. 300 I
mature 377-1144 !Barry
(e-5t-137-p) 373-3882 anytime (c-5t-UI-p) '
If you are pregnant and you need help I $2.00 $2.00 I
Quiet female student to share 1 bedrm 2 roomates to share 3 bedroom house we care. Call birthright 377-4947 ((l-24t- j
: 'ac opt. June 15th Option to continue fall close to campus rent Is 65,00 per mono + ,128-p ) I OCALA CYCLE PARK I

p7.0722 thru next year. Near AAed Center Call 1.3 of util. call 373-0924 Mike, availablenow I 12 Miles N. of Ocala V. Mile E. of new 301 on SR 316 I ,
AM-6PM tee 3777013. (c-3t-140-p) through Aug (c-5t-Ul-p) Summer Karate Class starts June 9 $15
per month 4-5:30 pm Small class I KEEP STUB Eat SUNDAY I
Female Roommate to share,, Master Bdrm roommate mature neat responsible _
Dragon Got Doo| CNKA 232 SE 1st All
in 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath beautiful For student to share 2 bdrm furn. fall. I
Apt. opt.
call 3733491St139p(| ) : FREE SAT.
3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D. summer and or next year. $BO mo. + 1.3 spring with arch grad student Hawaiian ages ___. !I4ElYt!! NJ. H..J.
util. 392-9395 Lynn (e-5t.l40-p) Village, call Don 377.9988.c..I I- ) Ride easier this summer on new 901b psi
tires that fit standard 27x1\.
rims just $6
available now. own room In poolside 2 responsible female roomates for Also heavy duty hutchinson sew-ups. ****************** ********
apt. for summer. $6500 a month or summer. Gatorwood opts $65 month +
share room for$40.00 no lease come by utilities Coll 378-2870 (c-3t-141-p) Revere 521 W. Un Iv. Ay. (|51-137-c) !

THERE MORES ofter 3:30: Landmark No 49 (c.5t.110-p) roomate wanted for summer qtr. In 2 New Arrivals White Stag Speedo eI&e Car piiiaI .

*..' TO SEE WITH Your own room I I. 2, or 3 people for bdr. I 1W bath townhouse at in tl pines bathing suits Safari shorts t pants ?
,, bdr. $105 +' W Mil. call Bookpock Join the Unlv. of Fla. hiking
t f summer house, garden, woodshop, private mo.
dennis dove 373-7777 I I club. All,"'.Aquatic t Troll Center 3448 SE 12th Street 378-9086:
CAlLEN"IIIf' yard-one of g'ville finest rent only or (e-5t-l4l-p) West Unlv. Ave 3739233frH6c(| :) :15 _
$<<>-S50 Chris 3736514.
per or Steve (e-
St.I4O-p1) HELP WANTED COED'S facial hair removed per. ,Any and Everything :
manently. Call Edmund Dwyer -
,mole roomate share large bedroom In Earn $1000 per month here each
,3 bedrm opt windmeodows has Dishwasher summer for 18 "yrs several people have electrologlst over 20 years experience : for sports Cars *
I TV Channels A weather .Call 3728039frl07c(| )
washer dryer, all luxury earned exceptional pay working for me; .
channel, UP) Newt, New York Performance Works
comforts from sept-une| Call 373-9734, inc. Men or women with car ore !KARATE LESSONS .
Stock Exchange. 2 FM station on *
guaranteed $600 plus overtime Small dosses $25 mon Specialty
lt-I per mo per
TV Channels' and t FM and 4 AM (c- IO-p)
stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY GRADUATING EARLY? Need one and bonus Faculty and student 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th: St) Won thru MG Triumph e Jensen Healy Oatsun 240-260-2802
testamonials offered. We have work in Sot even, 7to9 37871312ot108p(| ) Most for British Cars
roommate fall quarter only. Have own parts *
CITY Jacksonville or Gainesville InterviewsThur *
In Country Manor$100 month Wedding) Invitations from $11.40
room per per
22 11 and t Reltt .- 9AM-6PM *
$23 N.MAIN ST. plus utilities 373-4830 (c-5t-l40-P needed) Union Room 355. (.-...I38-p) styles.100. Two Cliff weeks Hall Printing delivery., 1103 Hundreds N. Main of *****************************
PAY LESS I 12 female roommates
Experienced tractor driver; mowing, 3769951.1..fr.I)5.c( ) )
Place $60 + util
opts summer only mo. fence -- -- -- ---
harrows etc., hauling hay; bldg
call anytime 378-2870 (e-3t-140-p) etc. Hours to suit academic schedule. LOST &' FOUNDFound ,

roomate needed for summer qtr. to Phone 376-4339 evening de-5t-138-p( ) C
Charllo'f ChickenIs shore room In 2 bdrm french qtr. apt. set of keys near llllians on SE 1st I
Models wonted odv-glamor figure paid SAVE 20% ONTSQUARES
delivering rent only $30 per ,month come by opt. St. call 376-7531 to identify. (l-4t-14l-ne)
full time phone silver
training or port
114 now. (c-2t-l40-p) springs 236-2654 after 4 (e-3t-l40-p) lost: Gold electronic watch with gold I I
bond. Reward offered for, |
for How Its return AND
Roomate wanted female I
isz Village opt starting next fall Beautiful AUTOS Coll Charles at 392-9535 (l-5t-139-p) I

view Call 377-8305 or com. by to Apt 72 Olds Delta 88 Royal: 2 dr hi, wh"w H lost watch bulova gold with brown face 1 DRAWINGBOARDS I

420 Ask for Karen (c-sr-UI-p) vinyl tap, pull power oc, am-fm, new orange hands 8 may 1975 near 4 wall 1
steel radials, excellent condition, $2,500 rocquetball crts. at edge of field flexible 1
wadding? Coll Bill 392-1265 (g-7t-140-p) gold-brown twist band If found please
pfc Titling w call 392-0560, after 7pm reward. ((1.51.
1968 OPEL KADETTE LS thousand miles
<* ,373-0923 2 new tires radio and heater 4 speed 1371) 1 1I
The light blue$600 runs _377-9522 (g-2t- Lost women's Prescription sunglasses 1 /
140-p) around commuter parking lot april :28 If
rVeddlnjjcPhotofr pfaerMCHAELLONB found call wolly 378-4890 (l-3M40-p)
63 VW with 56 mp 65 engine recently)

377.0992-1062 overhauled great transportation. $495 SERVICES

=- 373-8225 (g-St-138-p) Scuba classes starting .All scuba

1970 Opel GT yellow and black, 63000 equipment provided soles, service, ,
- miles good running condition, 1600 or trips, rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
best offer, call 373-8862 or 377-7361 I Wild, Kingdom on TV) Allen's Aquatic +
Clyde's-Ti;;& Brakel anytime and keep trying (g-5t-137-p) Trail Center,3448 W. Unlv. Ave 373-9233

We buy good clean used cars. MILLER (mfr1261)A.I :) I

BROWN MQTORS 4222 NW 13 St. (g-16t- / .PHOTOS 1 '

I 136-c: ) passports, resumes, and applications] I CLIP THIS AD & 1
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on I 74 Pinto Runabout like, new, low natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 cameral, VI
work studio 1219 W. Unlv. Ave. (m-20l I SAVE 20%
= mileage, $2450 negotiable Becky days

I Tires, Wheel Alignments 392-0777 1973 Grand nights Prix model 372-2013 J. Great(g-5t-U1 running p) 91-p) WIRED FOR SIGHT I on any wood T Square or -

condition) Needs minor body work. "The Eyeglass Super Man"UNIVERSITY I Plain drawing board
& air conditioners I II (all electric)call Glendo at 376-4446 8-4 ; OPTICIANS o I
I mon-fri. (g-3t-141-p) 300 SW 4th Ave. 3784480m5053c II in stock
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I 1970 MG8 4speed. 28 mpg.If\ old .
with this conv. top, tope player, good rubber. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18 '
; mech. condo Int. needs work $1000 firm, hours, $35; course repreatable free.
I expires 6/7/75 I Greg 392-8305 anytime (g31.I'Ip1PERSONAL ) Score 1000 by the second try or your I"

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Florida Alligator / S' PORiTS"I ,. ". team coach

rag' U Ihwndoy. ,(May 22,11/75/ ,

Future bright for U F athlete of yearThe

Alligator ,Sports Staff Invites Its readership ,to
participate I In voting for the UF team,coach and athlete of
the year. Results and stories on the winners will appear

with Clarson's signing week during of the classes Alligator's last week of production- the 10th

Just clip the ballot below and mail to or drop by the
Independent Florida Alligator In back of the College Inn.
By Alligator Services Clarson and four others. went elsewhere the past two work to achieve a starting If you send by mail,address It to the Independent Florida
The third-year Gator coach seasons. He got them in slot." Alligator, care of Sports,.P.O.Box 13266, Gainesville.If .
For Gator basketball coach spoke excitedly about Bryant. Sanders and Clarson. And ,after signing five you drop It by the office,Just ask some denizen of our
John Lotz. the pain of last Clarson's decision to attend "I've always said if we can players that go ,69"" 6'8"" cave where the Sports Department Is and leave It In a
year's one point losses mightnow UF next fall. sign the best players in the 6'7"" 6'6" and 6'4'Lotz basket marked"Votes.1 Ballots must be received no later
be forgotten with the ,MIIIS SIGNING is great for state each season well we' can finally has that rebounding than Friday, May;29.
signing of Jacksonville's Ric the state and great for the compete with anybody. We strength he has wanted since
,\ W'i university,"said Lotz. "Ricky worked hard in the state.. of coming to UF. Team of the Year -- ,
9 r really belongs here. lie's got a Florida this year and it paid "We've got size and 1 like ; ,.
t brilliant future ahead of off." that" said Lotz. "In order to Coach of the Year --
him. Lotz isn't about to make sign those out of state playerswe
Lotz also feels his four any wild predictions about a had to beat out some tine Athlete of the Year -. '
6ther_signees Steve Porter freshman starting lineup next Northern schools,..so UF
Malcolm Cesare. Len San season but he does contend basketball i is now building 'a professional," Lotz said. "I 1 gaining .steadily in the off
ders, and Aaron Bryant have that the practice sessions will name for itself." think it's'a good school for season.
-tI equally brilliant futures. be a lot more competive this TOE HEIGHT is there now him." "Hey Brewster surprised a
"It has taken us two years. time around. but Lotz admits the great big As far as a big man goes lot of people last year" said
L to establish ourselves on a "MY FIRST YEAR here man has so far eluded him Lotz stilf has one more Lotz. "He's up to 205 n wand
national basis," Lotz 'vaid. we had very little competition this recruiting season. He has scholarship to till though he he's really working hard.
"We had to win some big in practice" Lotz said. "Last slim hopes of signing Darryl! feels that sophomore Larry I'm .pleased he's doing so
3 games to get there and we, season was a little better and Dawkins but as each day Brewster played well enoughlast well.
did." this year should provide topflight passes, they fade more an4 season to hold his own "Everything is turning out
WHAT LOTZ REALLY competition at every more. this season as well.Brewster is well now," he said. ''We're
.' JOHN LOn wanted this year was those instate position.,No position sewn "I 1 just hope Darryl goes to currently on a weight going to have a real solid team
got in-state players players, the ones that up and everybody will,have to summer school here if he goes program and has been this year."



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I UF nine had all the ingredients except. one I

Somehow it just doesn't seem right. John Cortese,
a curtain" up the middle. They said
The Gator,baseball team finished its 1975 season mired in that veterans Joel Murrie. Sammy Rick and Terry Jones
mediocrity its 23.25 record and .last place finish in the would provide speed,excellent fielding,and shotgun throwingarms T MARK JOHNSON
Southeastern Conference Eastern Division standing in vivid in the outfield, as well as some nifty batwork at the -
contrast to the UF wrestling, indoor track tennis, and golf plate. OPINIONthe
titles. And, they said the batters overall would provide more hits
YET WASNT EVERYBODY and his brother pluggingthe than a Beatles-Frank Sinatra double album.,
Gator,as a dark horse candidate". for the divisional title? THE COACHES AND players were right.in all categories same'St. Leo squad 5-0 on five hits. On March 7, senior
will come alive;in 75, "The Gators will .win 35 '
"The Gators except one. John Chappell 'fired a complete game. 8-2 victory over
in '7S- .! They erred in tabbing the young pitching staff as one. which" nationally ranked Miami. On March 8. freshman Craig
Do I hear 30?. 25? Two dozen? ould throw for a pennant winning team., Pippin stopped the same team 2-1 on six hits.
Well, you can't blame the team for being optimistic Dominated by four freshmen sophomore !and only one On March 10. Baker threw his second consecutive shutout
especially considering all the talent the Gators possessed this senior the staff floundered with a 4.63 ERA their only stopping Alabama 10-0 on four hits in the first game of adoubleheader.
season. successful stretch coming i in early March_ during the Gators',: Eric Hiller completed the sweep with a four-
AND DESPITE THE team's so-so-record,the coaches and seven-game winning streak. hit. 8.1 victory the only run scoring unearned as the fresh
players correctly assessed the Gators' strong points even as THE TEAM'S GOOD fortune began on the road on March man's ERA dropped to a miniscule 0.86. On April 12. Wilkie
early as last September.They 4 when Jim Joiner slugged game-winning;three-run homer Smith, with ninth inning relief help from Chappell. was
said David Bowden would rebound from his poor which defeated St.'Leo, 9-8. The win. was the team's first
offensive showing in 1974.that Roger Holt would mature intoa against four losses.'
fine young shortstop to form along with second baseman On March 5 at Perry Field freshman Bruce Baker shutout (See 'Baseball' page 24)

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The first Annual Gator Superstar Competition held May
16-18 I and sponsored by the American Cancer Society was DAILY SPECIALS
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winners. ,
Seventy Superstar contestants competed in five of seven ,,5' S'A. TUES
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' produced the following winners: '
1)) UF STUDENT Competition -.Robert "Chad" Ensslin IBB9 9 L Mush : :

Ill,4AS, was awarded the first place trophy plus a $SO gift' H HBj Hj H FRI BIG LEO ::: ; .
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2)) Varsity Athletes- David Wright, a defensive back on 'E uKd Hnililliiiilliifi E SAT Canadian : .'
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the Gator football team, received the Superstar Athlete Bacon r ;
Trophy plus a S25 gift certificate, compliments of Jimmie '' '''
., -: Hughes Sports Shop. MCA-2U2 SUN, BIG LEO '
3)) Female Superstars- Nancy Tew, 1UC J :and member of everythingHome : '

Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, putclassed other lady superstarsin BRAND NEW.ELTON JOHN
winning the first place trophy plus a $25 gift certificate, I .
also compliments of Jimmie Hughes,Sports..Shop., :. : $4.57 : :3\ :. q a .,
4)) CELEBRITY DIVISION John Clifford, former. UF :Special. .
with,local radio station '
defensive safety currently employed "
WGVL, held off WGGG disc jockey Jim:Brown to win the 'Tap Special 5.57
trophy plus a season football ticket compliments of UF
Athletic Director Ray Graves. Brown finished second despitea .Sale ends May 31

huge following and support from fellow employes at WGGG RECORDSVILLEGAINESVILLE of the ,, ,; ;.

radio The station.fifth winner was the American ,Cancer Society.. t, MALL Cosmic Pizza Family "

Although approximately 100 spectators saw Sunday's final
competition, the area director of the; American. Cancer : -
Society. Dot Williams, was very optimistic,about next year's.: [ .. 1
competition. Williams said "what: 'was suprising-was the.fact
that the winners of the varsity athlete -and...UF' student" 7
competitions (Wright and Ensslin) did'not accept their,gift* the place
certificates, but instead asked Jimmie.Hughes Sport Shop to, P y-: .
convert the certificates to donations for the American Cancer; ,

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touched for 10 hits but only two runs as the. Gators, took their" '
seventh straight win, 42. _, F ,.
t OVER THE STRING of six victories which followed the: --, ,
team's initial win at St. Leo, the pitchers threw five con*: '
eserve be
t K : now certain ot Fall occupancy.
four earned ori
'a secutive complete games allowing only runs r ,
" 43 hits (just over seven a game). ,. Hours

And then the ship capsized. mm.mmjrLplace eClosest to Campus Monday Wed. 1-4
y Chappel was hit for a 7-5 loss'to )North,CarolinaJri his next: p.m.
eMaster TV Antenna
-s outing the first step on the rocky road to Ijis 4-8 record and;. Tuesday Thurs.,
,' 5.79 ERA. Pippin would not win another game Until the last; ePool Sauna Friday ,1.5eFu'lIy p.m.! '.
week of April, his only other.victory in! .a 2.8 season,.Hiller'l! Furnished ..'
ERA climbed to 5.62 and Smith did not win for the rest of the 1231 S.W. 3rd AT TO. eDishwasher .Saturday 1 10 o.m,.2 p.m. '
campaign despite a steady 3.06 ERA., Despite a 4-1 'record .La un d ry Facilities I
and a late-season hot streak, freshman' Mike McCarthy: '

finished with a 4.92 ERA. 1 .- 372-3557 Some of the friendliest people In GalnesvilU J
+ ONLY BRUCE BAKER'S 7-1 record,'and. 1.51 mark save, ,
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the staff from total humiliation.!, .
What happened after March 11..is hard.to say, but':inexperience ....
t ,over-confidence, and wildness'have allbeen:cited as ,
\ possible reasons for the team's pitchingwoes.Oftho: :: three ; .
,,4 {
the staffs control problem was probably.the'inost.!! obvious ti" _
difficulty,as evidenced: by the 5.73' walk-per,-game' average. the' .2's O
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pitchers accumulated.In : .
the six consecutive: home victories, the:staff'recotdedonly $

Miami.14 walks I II of them.coming'IEnthe'two; ," tamE swith .-. I

WHY THE SUDDEN streak of wildness ift'eimid.Marcb

Perhaps.that's, ,,'here.th: inexperience JoT 'i in.;.. '., ,
But despite.the pitchers''poor performances: ;this:season.. "
five of the big six will be returning'next! season'jwith- ;a-clean- :: ..' a
slate and 'a year's experience under:.their'.belts.: ,_ ''ir'
With only three regulars graduating this'year:the nucleus:
for a good team appears to be'.intact.: .I If vacancies,at third, MAy ZZ until JUAIP/ (
base, left field, and center field can be filled with: quality hall'
players the starting eight .can .be"one'of the'Gators' finest:':.
squads in years.. _. ._ .'1'j--, ,
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The All-University special events badminton"(;tournament' :, :.
has been rescheduled: for May -291 In the Florida Gym-I-lO; WORKS I
r p.m.There'will) be singles doubles andco-rec! : eyepts.ign'ug! :':. .
in the intramurals office.'229.Florida Cym.392.0581by lay '
23.Schedules ai available May 26.. All persons:who have ;. ,s.zl.w"u..iye..lty: : ave. 'f

previously signed up are requested to,contact,the,IM, ,offeeZ.,

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