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:: By BRIAN JONES MacKay, D-Ocala said more money for state universities- Watch the moon
Alligator Staff Writer which Saunders strongly supported as ways and means
(I. chairman this year-was one of the issues which denied
The rejection of Gainesville Sen. Bob Saunders for the Saunders the presidency.The vanish/ Sunday
Florida Senate presidency has "very far-reaching im present Senate President Dempsey Barren D-Panama
plications"; for state universities that are "not good" Sen. Cityvigorouslycampaigned against big spending for the state People who want to dance by the light of the silvery
Kenneth Mackay said late Thursday.The universities last fall and winter moon early Sunday morning will have to find a street light
senate Democratic Caucus voted 16.11 to tap "THIS (VOTE) is a contrived deal by Senator Barron," because there is going to be a total lunar eclipse.
Jacksonville Sen. Lew Brantley for the 1977-78 presidency MacKay said. "Barron has made it clear in the past few weeks "Our entire hemisphere will be able to see this eclipse,"
instead of Saunders who was considered a shoo-in until this, that Saunders either be a Barron puppet or he would have to Dr. Frank B. Wood UF astronomy professor, said.,
week. fight him. A TOTAL lunar eclipse occurs when the earth comes
,SAUNDERS VOWED after the vote that "the ball game i is "Saunders made it clear he is not going to be a puppet for between the sun and the moon and its shadow completely
only half over" and said he will fight the Democratic Caucus anybody. The fight's not over yet," MacKay said. blocks the sunlight on the moon Wood said. .
decision even though "history and tradition" are against Fourteen senators including Barron reneged on earlier, Wood explained that the earth has two parts to its
him.The pledges of support for Saunders by voting for Brantley. shadow that would effect the eclipse. The umbra is the
full Senate has historically followed the will of the "THERE IS A BASIC difference between us,." Saunders dark part of the shadow and the penumbra is the part that
majority party caucus in choosing its president, but "thingsare i allows red light waves through.The .
different this time" Saunders said. (See' 'Saunders page three) eclipse will start at 10:59 p.m. EST, this Saturday,
when the'moon will enter the penumbra.At .
midnight the moon will begin to enter the umbra anda
sharp shadow line of the earth will be visible on the

The Independent FRI A" moon.
THE MOON should be totally hidden at 1:03 a.m. and II
the middle of the eclipse will be at 1:48 a.m.'
MAY 23,1975 Totality will end at 2:33 a.m. and the earth's outline will
Florida Alli again appear on the moon. The moon will be completelyout
gaorVOL'87.NO.140 of the umbra at 3:36: a.m., and the eclipse will officially
be over 'at 4:38 a.m.
"The eclipse should be quite visible to all the people in
Puolished by Compos Communications Inc._Gainesville Florida Not officially associated: with the University of Florida Florida unless there is heavy cloud cover or they are in
bed" Wood said.



}' Is your pet a potential



parent ? If unwanted ,



4* neutering is a solutionBy

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JOANNE KOHL what you'll find living in the dorms."
Alligator Staff WriterAt In February the department picked up
about 500 stray animals Padgett said. Most
least 800 dogs and cats will be turned of the strays are cats partly because cats
into Alachua County's Animal Shelter this breed about once every three months he
month. Six hundred of the animals will be put explained.The .
to sleep. Alachua County Animal Shelter
Many animals sent to ,the pound will be receives about 150 cats a week, according to
unwanted puppies and kittens. .',a problemthat Joanne Bradow a secretary at the shelter.
could have been avoided if the parents. "IN THE WINTER, we get a lot of grown
had been neutered. cats. .their owners get tired of them. In the
TO COMBAT THE rise in Gainesville's pet spring'we get a lot of cats with kittens,
population, the city began a subsidy programfor because this is the time when the kittens are
pet'' owners on fixed incomes (social born."
security or welfare)wha,want to have their pet Many of the animals currently at the shelterare
neutered. puppies and kittens. The number of
"It's too big a load for the animal shelter to animals taken in during the late spring and
handle," C.L.. Padgett Gainesville animal early summer is higher because the young are
warden superintendant, explained. "We farm born at this time, not so much because of
out the work to vets around the city. If the abandonment by students Bradow said.
.applicant qualifies, the city pays a third of the "Some animals are turned in by apart
cost, the vets pay a third, and the people (on ment v.,to GPD, but these are recorded as
fixed incomes) pay the rest" truck strays(picked up by dog catchers). A lotof
I Since March, when the neutering programwas d;(gs are picked up because the',kids letthenfkrun
initiated, three cats: and a dog have been loose" Bradow said.
neutered through the subsidy program. ANIMALS TURNED, INTO the animal
SINCE THE PROGRAM is open only to shelter are'' kept for a ,week, Bradow said,
owners on fixed incomes, many people cannot'' some are claimed by their owners and others
afford to pay even a third of the cost. are put up for adoption. ,
I "Some are waiting, for the extra money If adopted, cats and dogs are neutered,
You know, some of those people are living on vaccinated for rabies and tagged Richard
$65 a month," Padgett said. Whitehouse,chief animal warden for Alachua
The city also picks up animals and delivers County, explained.The $15 adoption'ee pays
them to the animal shelter, Padgett added. for'the services of the veterinarian for the
Many are found around the UF campus after operation.The .'
school ends for the summer. animal shelter opened last March, and
g 'th "THERE WAS ONE dog we picked up performs about 550-600)( neutering operationsa
a= every summer, and every fall someone would year, Whitehouse'said..
come and pick him up," Padgett observed. BRADOW SAID THE animals, not
"The kids leave them here because their mom adopted within a week are killed*,The county
it, and dad don't want;the animals,at home." puts the animals into a 'chamber filled with
+( i Spaying of female dogs costs $36.75, and carbon monoxide gas, she explained.
" female cats spaying operations cost $30.00. The machine eliminates. heat and fumes
f Neutering for male dogs, costs $30.00, and from the gas chamber,*' Bradow said. Carbon
fI male cats' operations cost $18.00. monoxide puts'the animals painlessly. to sleep
I The Gainesville animal wardens answer she added. I'
:' calls from UPD to pick up animals living in Seventy-five per cent of the animals that
I photo, by' bob vVoot the dorms Padgett said., come into the.pound will be destroyed said,
r ,ONE-OF MANY PETS CAGED IN'ANiMAl SHELTER "ONCE', WE.FOUND four dogs \living.br,. '
'. /' Padgett said. ?"t..(See. 'Neutering, pageireir; .J.
t -. ;:.- u:cqufcUM. on'.of 600 put to stop one room, "You'di pciutprned: : "

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Il 'I O'Malley impeachment favoredin I



President Independent Life Insurance Co.
'A K-Sarasota, called it pretty convincing but
TALLAHASSEE Fla. (UPI) majorityof
Ed Fortune D-Pace said theyare New evidence, produced in sworn
the members of a House committee investigating joined by Rep.
Treasurer-Insurance Com withholding final judgment until they depositions given the committee staff included -

missioner Tom O'Malley indicated Thursday hear it from the witnesses own lips. :
they are ready to recommend impeachment "I want to thank the committee for extending Testimony of Bryan Stanley and Faircloththat

'- if"very damaging" new evidence stands up a day or two in order to hear first O'Malley solicited and received "close to
under close questioning of witnesses Monday. hand the other side of the story because the $1,000" in cash contributions from In-
Testimony and documents secured by the questioning thus far has been one-sided" dependent Life executives which records show

committee staff "appear to show" that said O'Malley. who previously had avoided O'Malley failed to report.An .

O'Malley has violated eight or more laws in comment on the developing investigation.He affidavit from Quaritius that O'Malley
connection with a $2.3 million shopping has already been indicted by a grand withheld "for political reasons" approval of a

center loan an unreported cash contributionand jury on other charges involving perjury, and holding company until Peninsular hired
funneling of business to former law taking a kickback to influence hus judgmentand Bennett Feldman O'Malley's former law

associates who were buying out his interest in is to stand trial June 30. partner for $10,000 to expedite action.

the firm Chairman Jim Redman said. Witnesses subpoenaed for Monday are Ed
affidavit from Quaritius that Faircloth
"It's all damaging and most certainly is Faircloth; executive assistant to O'Malley; An
him attend a Miami art show
to
evidence of impeachable offenses" Redman, Spencer Cullen. O'Malley's chief insurance asked
O'Malley and his wife, at which
a Plant City attorney and Democrat, said examiner; Jack Quaritius. President; Michael sponsored by
claiming the offenses range from extortion to O'Neil. board member; Ralph Wickersham; according to staff, some insurance companies
retired bought paintings at a 500 per cent mark-up
perjury. attorney; and Mrs. Susan Skipper
TREASURER TOM O'MALEY Reps. Carl Ogden, D-Jacksonville Ralph secretary. Peninsular Life Insurance Co.;J.F. with O'Malley sitting at a table taking. up the

I ..new evidence may lead to impeachment t Haben.'D-Palmetto. and Granville Crabtree Bryan III. President, and Jim Stanley. Vice money.



friday' / Court orders less state inmatesReception I


/ JACKSONVILLE. Fit. (UPI)- A federal judge Thursday and Medical Center, which he visited recently.
[ capsule issued preliminary injunction ordering the state of Florida Attached to his order is a photograph showing four inmates In

to reduce within year the inmate population in state prisonsby one cell.
more than 2,500 prisoners to "emergency capacity"
He also said the state is required to give each state prison
U.S.. District Judge Charles R. Scott established a five "
phase reduction schedule he said the state would have to inmate ". bed upon which to sleep. Testimony in the
nixes
Broadway Joe hearing of the inmates'lawsuit brought out that some inmatesnow
follow to bring the inmate population down to the so-called
sleep on floors
level.Testimony .
emergency
WFL $4-million offerNEW in an i inmates' lawsuit indicated that on May 12 "This court in the three years that these cases have

inmate population was 2,682 above emergency capacity: : progressed, has come to the growing realization, through
Scott further ordered the state to decrease the inmates' expert testimony and documentary evidence, that severe crisis
YORK (UPI) Joe Namath Thursday ended numbers in overcrowded state prisons to "normal capacity"by overcrowding creates violence, brutality, disease bitternessand
speculation he would jump from the New York Jets to the Dec. I 1,1976. Normal capacity is considered the capacityfor resentment as to both inmates and correctional staff."
World Football League when he "respectfully declined" a $4 which the prison buildings were designed. It varies Scott said.
million offer to join the Chicago Wind.In depending on the facilities available.

a prepared statement issued from the office of his attorney Emergency capacity, according to Scott, is defined in the

the vacationing Namath said, "After considerable American Justice Institute's Report on Overcrowding in the Graduates receive
deliberation and with every wish that the WFL prove a Florida Prison System.

successful league I respectfully decline the offer from the That report says emergency capacity "represents the

Chicago football team. The Wind for reasons which are population beyond which the institution must be considered diplomas to sleep on
personal and private." critically and quite probably dangerously overcrowded." It

Namath who became a free agent May 1, currently is assigned a specific emergency capacity level for each in
vacationing at Ft. Lauderdale.His stitution. PROVIDENCE R.I. (UPI) The 450 graduates of the

negotiations with the Jets are continuing according to Scott also ordered the state not to assign more than one Rhode Island School of Design can sleep with their 1975

Namath's attorney Jimmy Walsh. inmate to each of the one-man cells at the Lake Butler diplomas or even use them as briefcases.
They are stuffed pillows created by senior Ken Cooper the
latest in a line of unusual diplomas given School of Design

I Literature is banned in SaigonSAIGON commencement.His graduates in addition. to the paper diplomas -handed out at

creation was chosen last fall in a competition where the

(UPI) A government order prohibiting sale or years. runner-up was a diploma printed on a T-shirt.
possession of any literature published "under the former Sound trucks spread the announcement of the book ban "RISD has been doing various diplomas for every year. I

regime" closed down virtually all bookstores and stalls in late Wednesday, driving up and down main streets of Saigonand wanted to do a three-dimensional one as an art piece for each

Saigon Thursday.The its Chinese suburb of Cholon where magazines from person." Cooper said Thursday as he began work on the last

new government meanwhile, continued setting out its Hong Kong and Singapore are popular. batch.

policies: one by one, including punishment of "wicked" Citizens rushed to the bookstalls and stores by the hun Last year, the graduates got large, appropriately inscribed,
persons employed by former Saigon regimes.The dreds in a last effort to scoop up reading material and sellers cookie diplomas baked in school ovens. The ovens, used to
new communist administration's order on literaturewas lowered their price to virtually morning in a last effort to clear cure ceramics had some poisons in them so eating the
the first official censorship campaign in South Vietnam their stocks. diplomas was discouraged.


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University system money to get closer watch I




By STUART EMMRIQI "We have been going back (through the Board of Regents. The egents approve any Agricultural and Mechanical University for
Alligator Staff Writer building accounts) and reconciling all the construction by the state schools and allow wasting up to $184,000 by having con
dollars that have been appropriated for them to withdraw the allocations.But struction plans drawn up that were later
Faulty State University System (SUS) construction in the SUS," Nesmith said, Ellison said the regents and the schools discarded.NO .
accounting procedures should be corrected "Things were not in the order they should 'o did not always check their figures with eachother
within four weeks, an SUS official said have been but there was no misuse of funds, to know exactly how much money was in SPECIFIC criticism was leveled at UFo
Thursday. no mishandling of finances. It was just a the account.IT William Elmore, UF vice president for
Wayne Nesmith 'assistant director of matter of getting all the records straight," he WAS LIKE someone never checking his administrative affairs, said UF officials
facilities planning and support made the added. bank statements, Ellison explained. recently took construction records to
claim after a critical state audit of the SUS STATE AUDITOR GENERAL Ernest Nesmith said his office had already been Tallahassee to check them with the SUS
construction accounting system was released Ellison released Wednesday an audit of the ,instructed eight months ago by the chancellorto reports and found they matched.
Wednesday. SUS construction program which criticizedthe reyise the accounting procedures to make "We can tell how much we spent (on
NESMITH SAID 0 HIS office was near the state schools for not having tight accounting sure a central authority was checking all construction), the figures are there' Elrnore
end of an eight month revision of accountingand safeguards. money going in and out. said, adding the audit report was mainly
construction records designed to keep a Funds for construction approved by the The audit report by Ellison also sharply critical of the central office and not the state
closer watch over appropriated funds. legislature are put in a central account by the criticized Florida State University and Florida schools.



Saundersfrom

the "wide split" among the Democrat's vote as evidence he
( page one) still may have a chance at the top job.
SAUNDER'S OPPORTUNITY to challenge Brantley will
said of Brantley after the vote. Saunders said Brantley's idea come next session when the senate officially votes on the 1977- No Alligator
of how to run the senate is much closer to Barren's than his 78 president."By ,
custom,when a person is selected by a majority vote of
own."I think the senate should be led and not driven," Saunders the majority party, the senate unanimously approves that MondayThe
said. "The president should not coerce members of the senate choice," Saunders said.
into believing as he does." "This time given the split and the intervening election,

Brantley was unavailable for comment Thursday. things may come out differently," Saunders said. Alligator will not be published Monday Memorial
BARRON THREATENED two ,weeks ago to remove THE OUTNUMBERED senate Republicans may be Day because classes will not be In session.
committee chairmen who did not support him in ousting "dissatisfied with this process," Saunders said, because,"it
will be from
the
However printed
Tuesday
Health and Rehabilitative Services boss O.J.. Keller. precludes the full Senate from, really making the decision. newspaper
Saunders was one of the chairman who crossed Barren on "I will not predict what's going to happen. until June 6, the last day of dead ,week..
the vote. "The ball game's only half over--it's the bottom of the fifth
"This thing is far from settled," Saunders said, pointing. to and nobody's on," Saunders said.
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BRIAN JONES Bill 707 establishing "Florida Open ((
Alligator Staff Writer University" a statewide system of higher
learning centers was in the education
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(EDITOR'S NOTE Each Friday, The committee. ur
Alligator reviews the progress of various bills BILL 814 setting up procedures for the I ,

In the Florida Legislature which are Important legislature to approve tuition increases was in ) ,0, ,. ,'
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to students. For further Information the appropriations committee A similar "
on bills, Interested persons can call the toll measure senate bill 530 was in the rules
free legislative "hotline" at 18003421827. committee to be scheduled for debate in the
full senate.
In the Florida Houses Bill 916 abolishing the 12-hour class

Bill 110 to require state insurance for contact rule for university instructors was on As a service to you, the student, the "
participants in university athletic programswas the calendar for debate in the full house. //I
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in the education committee. A senate Bill 1178 limiting regents' terms to five Campus Shop & Bookstore announces -

companion bill was approved by the Senate years was in the education committee. that they will be ,
Education Committee and sent to the Senate BILL 1215 exempting university removing the textbooks for the
Ways and Means Committee. campuses from state traffic fines providedthe )
Bill 257 requiring state banks to offer a regents draw up new fines was in the current term for return to the r

specific percentage of their capital for student education committee.Bill \If publisher beginning Tuesday, May

loans was in the commerce committee. 1280 allowing the regents to contract \ 27. If you still need textbooks for.
BILL 344 to require active legislative with private universities for programs and
approval for tuition hikes passed the services was passed by the house and sent to this term, come in now!

education committee and was in the ap- the senate. A similar measure senate bill 741
propriations committee. was on the calendar for debate in the full
Bill 395 adding a student to the Board of -
Regents was in the appropriations committee.A senate.Bill 1440 providing $200.000 for UP to H .
similar measure Senate Bill 265. adding study lethal palm tree yellowing was. in the _
three students to the regents was on the appropriations committee. A similar
calendar for full senate debate. measure senate bill 708. was on the calendarfor

.. Bill 401 allowing direct support debate before the full senate.In i Id ill
organizations such as alumni associations to the Florida Senate 'CAMPUS
use university property and services was in the Bill 259 allowing universities to maintain SHOP & BOO RI

appropriations committee. A similar confidential faculty evaluation files was on the I I II
measure. senate bill 555 was in the Senate calendar for debate in the full senate. I I (

Governmental Operations Committee. Bill 456 allowing full time state employesto I III 11
BILL 408 requiring universities to permit enroll for up to five free class hours per I
students access to all their academic records quarter passed the education committee and ( .located in t e H U B

F was in the education committee. was in governmental operations.
Bill 591 taking away students' power to Bill 904 approving the proposed tuition
1 allocate service fees was in the education increase for next fall was in the education -
committee. committee.





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By JANET PARK Under federal law.any agency receiving federal l funds may
Alligator Staff WriterA not discriminate on the basis of race color creed,national
origin, sex or age.
5 ___ 5A House subcommittee approved in principle a bill to raise
__ salaries of women personnel in the state universities to the
___ A level of the men's,but called for a Board of Regents study of
__ the problem first GM calls back
House Capital Outly subcommittee Chairman Bill Andrews -
L TiE LMCA2142 D-Gainesville.said he could probably get the bill on
the "consent calendar" this session because it. involved no 50,000 vehiclesGeneral
funding. .
1 1 E FUNDING OF the bill.House Bill 1104 introduced by Rep.
y Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne. would have to wait until next Motors Corp. Thursday recalled 50.000
year's legislative session and the completion of the regent's Chevrolets, Pontiacs: Oldsmobiles and Buicks for problems
study. involving steering gear, throttle cables and fan blades.'
The "consent.calendar" status means the bill would be Approximately 16.000 Pontiac Venturas, Oldsmobilc
BRAND NEW ELTON JOHN passed but not funded. and would automatically be filed for Omegas Buick Appollos and Skylarks in the 260-cubic-inch
funding next year, engine family are being recalled for inspection of throttle
In its present form, Martin's bill calls for$970,000 to raise cables.
$4.57
LP Special women's salaries to the level of male faculty.A .
REPORT on the salary study must be filed next year with The throttle cable housing may break under continued
Tape Special $5.57 Commissioner of Education Ralph Turlington who in turn vibration.
.must file his report with the legislature by April)15,1976. About 31,000 Chevrolet Camaros are being recalled for
Sale ends May,31 Martin said the bill was"the first important step to secure inspection of air conditioning compressor fans which might
RECORDSVILlE.GAINESVillE equality for women in the State University System," and also break when subjected to continuous vibration. .
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J Pog 4.Independent t Florida Alligator.Friday May 23, 1975 I CLOTHES
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,JUDY MOORE safety cadet program in which minority group
Alligator Staff Writer members are trained as policemen and
hod
firemen. !
te2o w,
Receiving thanks and praise of fellow BUTLER WAS FIRST elected to the Univanfty
commission members. and a hug from commission.in .1969 and served as mayor in
Commissioner' Russell Ramsey Mayor, Neil 197172., ORDER YOUR
Butler banged his gavel for the last time at the He was re-elected to the :commission in M CUSS RINGS NOW,
Gainesville,, City Commission meeting '1972"with the,highest vote-getting record in
Thursday stepping aside for incoming Gainesville history with 7,314 votes.
commissioner Aaron Green. Butler said,he was.not interested in,being 'AU
Before stepping down Butler signed a remembered as "the city's first black mayor, 'e ;a ,
proclamation which had been seven years in in modern times," but instead would want to liNGS
planning, accepting a $1.61 million bid to be remembered as someone who'served all the GUARANTEED)
begin work on phases one and two of the citizens of Gainesville well. ifatcher'sJewelers
Northeast Community Center. "I SAID when I first assumed the
mayorship that I would transmit this city not
only not less but greater and more beautiful
''All major legislationwe
than it was transmitted to me. I believe that I 1 L UM...AYe 176-61t2
enactedmet have fulfilled both these promises" Butler
said.
with strong opposition'IN Saying "I'm leaving' office so I can do Gainesville
anything I want to," Butler distributed a Very
HIS farewell address Butler said Important Citizen plaque to each member of Lamest Indoor
progress made during his administration had the commission. Flea MarketJcDanieHs
not been without its problems."All Butler initiated the awards, which are 1
major legislation we enacted met with presented to'two or three different citizens at
strong opposition. As commissioners we each commission meeting to denote out-
found it necessary to make those decisionsthat standing civic achievements.
at times were very unpopular" Butler Butler has said he will run for public office
said.Butler again, but probably for the state legislature
noted such accomplishments as the rather than the city'commission.
formation of the Regional Utilities Board, the Butler is a teacher in'the UP Department ofCommunity fea Market
semi-paved program which has resulted in Health and Family Medicine. He NEIL BUTLER
street in Gainesville in is working his doctorate in administrative I
every being paved or on may run for state legislature
the process of being paved and the public counseling. \.

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Little a 40-year old UF law professor was ." ; 1466-3340''
first elected to the commission in 1972. .... wawa ..u, a.u
He was re-elected on May 6 winning 63.8
per cent of the vote against meat retailer
George Linzmayer and UF psychology -
student Wayne Harley. LITRE: (LEFT) AND' GREEN TAKE OATH II

THE POSITION of mayor which is largely .,five minutes later Little is mayor
ceremonial is chosen by majority vote of the
five commissioners. It carries a salary of pro tempore, He defeated Ramsey for the title government structure. He was referring to
$8,202 annually compared to the $5,280 32. the possibility that a referendum\ for unifying
yearly salary of the other four commissioners.Little It is customary that,the mayor pro tempore: city and county governments could be passed
was the only commissioner be chosen mayor,but former Mayor Pro which would form a new commission with a
( nominated for the one year position.. Tempore 'T.S. "Tiny" Talbot bowed out new mayor.
Commissioner James Richardson earlier this week due to health reasons. Little said as mayor he would set goals and
nominated Little and after a short silence. 'Talbot is recovering from. heart attack he calendars to push major city programs suchas
Commissioner Russell Ramsey. moved that had several weeks ago. downtown redevelopment as "expeditiously Federal
the nominations be closed. LITTLE SAID he could well be as possible under the current ,financial .
RICHARDSON WAS selected as ,mayor 'd inesvil1e's last mayor under the present situation." Toll BEST MACE TO lAY! ,


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become so infested with ticks that parts of

from page one their bodies become paralyzed she explained. __.... >> U.f 't-.", .w .. .." .. .
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"MOST OF THE dogs we get here are d
mixed breeds. When get purebreeds they're
Bradow. usually German Shepherds," she said.A .
"A LOT OF the animals coming into the city ordinance requires licenses for all
pound have mange and distemper," Bradow dogs older than six months, and forbids

said."Some owners to allow bitches in heat to run loose.
of the dogs had collars put on them Dogs not on a leash must be under the controlof ?
when they were puppies. They ran away from the owner and unlicensed dogs found
home when they were young. By the time we running loose may be picked up by the
fintl' them the collar has become embedded in Gainesville animal warden.

the neck," Bradow observed. The dogs taken to the pound 'are held for
Many dogs coming into the shelter suffer the owner for 72 hours. After this time, it i is
frpm tick paralysis Bradow said. The dogs put up for adoption or put to sleep.

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A 19-year-old UF sophomore escaped assailant after being attacked in the area D

unharmed Wednesday night from her parking lot onStadium_ Road, a UPD official

said.The
campus resident acted quickly enoughto
Transfers easedGov. escape her attacker, UPD Information e? R z.

Officer Jim Shuler said.
Reubin Askew signed into law The UF coed was attacked by a white male
Thursday an act to make transferring to state while she was walking home through the 110" _
universities from community colleges less parking lot, Shuler said. CAGED KITTENS
troublesome.The When the assailant the coed the
grabbed by
.which' will live?
ones
law directs the Department of arm she struck him in the stomach he said. I
Education to coordinate calendars between The assailant then doubled over and the

universities and community colleges coed kicked him in the face, Shuler said. Pot plant bill weeded outBy ,
something the department is already working Shuler said the incident was the second

such assault to occur on the UF campus this
on.The '
department's plan when finished, will DEBBIE IBERT reducing the number of court cases and
provide common entry dates in September, year.The first occurred in March near Bryan Alligator Staff Writer prison inmates generated by current
after Christmas and at the beginning of the Hall. More than 25 people ran to the coed's possession of marijuana laws. .
summer for all state universities and colleges.The aid. Shuler said. Gordon introduced a number of witnessesat
law does not require universities and No arrests have been made in the incidentand Marijuana fans lost the chance to legally the hearing in an attempt to convince the
community colleges to have the same the assault is still under investigation, he i grow their own Wednesday when a senate committee that "marijuana laws are expensive

calendars.,. ., however. said. committee: buried a proposal to allow home to enforce and represent a distortionin
i ultivation of up to five marijuana plants. the emphasis of law enforcement."
After a lengthy hearing the Senate Health COMMITTEE MEMBERS heard unsuccessful
Former UF professorwill and Rehabilitative Services Committee voted testimony in favor of the bill from
:i-1) to crush the "home-grown pot" bill one law professor and one chemistry
sponsored. by committee chairman Sen. Jack professor both from Florida State University.
be labor negotiator :Gordon, D-Miami. Million-dollar figures on what it costs the

GORDON, WHO plans to introduce the state to imprison and parole marijuana offenders
1 bill again next year said he didn't expect the also failed to sway the committee.
The major rivals for faculty bargaining The president of the UF chapter of the
David Bachman assistant director of the
bill to pass out of the senate in this session.
representative in the State University System United Faculty of Florida (UFF) Mel New
Division of Corrections said it costs Florida
"It's the kind of bill that gets a lot of
both agree the appointment of a former UF said he was "pleased" with Mack's appointment
Relations !support but not many .votes" Gordon's $3.2 million year to house, feed, and guard
Public
law professor as Employes I j legislative aide Linda McMullen said.Gordon's persons jailed for possession of cannabis.
Commission (PERC) chairman was a good "Mack is the most knowledgeable person in
said he bill would have allowed the Supervising marijuana offenders on
the PERC commission, New adding
idea.The "largely respected" Mack's opinion as a (ultivation and consumption of up to five probation costs another $156,000 a year,
former UF professorCurtis Mack who lawyer. (annabis plants per household. according to Ray Howard of the Probation
was appointed by Gov. Reubin Askew this American Association of University CALLING IT A "law and order bill," Parole Commission.

week succeeds Charles Freeman PERC Professors (AAUP) local president David I Cordon said that the proposal would take the Currently possession of under five grams of
chairman. Smith said Mack's appointment was "just 'profit out of illicit drug-dealing and let law pot in Florida carries a penalty of up to one
'Enforcement agencies focus more time and year in jail and a fine of Si,000.
PERC is composed of labor relations officials superb.
who are currently implementing laws Smith said he expects Mack who is'a labor J money on serious types of crime.It Possession of over five grams or sale of any
would also save the state in the amount of the weed increases
giving public employes the right to bargain law specialist to do a "great job" as PERC money the penalty to
riminal justice he five in
collectively. chairman. system argued bythe years jail and a fine$5,000.
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Talk about scientific experimentation, and

some people see images of Dr. Frankenstein, ,. ,
complete with steaming concoctions and bubblingtest
tubes. '

Florida legislators are conjuring such images if

recent actions are any indication.The .
Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee

unanamously approved a bill recently which

would put a moratorium on Health, Educationand .

Welfare-funded experiments on living ,,
, '
fetuses.
Before images are conjured in your mind of Dr.
Frankenstein tinkering with babies' futures,
consider the situation surrounding birth defects. .,
The point of the experimentation is to further

studies of such defects, a widespread medical 9
problem in the United States.In .
1968, seven thousand out of 100,760 children
born in Florida came into this world with birth Profs key to grade appeals I I

defects. In the next year, 80. children with such
defects will be born.
;Success.: failure Grade Point Average. agree to the grade change.
Birth defects is a general term for everythingfrom For students in the AH-American city of Gainesville these SHOULD DISAGREEMENTS persist after the student
mental retardation to organ malfunctions, terms right or wrong are significantly interrelated. Mistakes and professor have met, the next step usually involves the
but 7 per cent of Florida births is a large numberto that adversely affect the GPA are something every student student visiting the professor's department chairperson. The I
be affected by such defects. wishes to avoid. For this reason alone, the right to a grade four colleges that omit. the chairperson in the process -
appeal exists., Nursing, Forestry, Health Related Professions, and Jour-
The United States ranks 14th in infant mortality
Grade in where initial
appeals are permitted cases grade
because of neglect of nutritional and hygenic assignments involved "miscalculations' and occasionally, )MIKE
requirements for wanted pregnancies. errors in judgment. UF,though places a great deal of faith in WEDNER
Recent laws such as the Massachusets statute, the judgments of its professors in the assignments of grades. ] I

passed in June, 1974, which regulates experimentation This TO is ASSUME as it should THAT be.any professor would arbitrarily burn l.l.ADVISEMENT
on human fetuses, stopped many
student without is
a "logical" reasons no way to run a
programs already in progress. university; to have perpetual grade check-ups for all studentsby nalism-channel all appeals that the student and professorfail
According to two doctors from the Institute of faculty and administrators totally unfamiliar with an to resolve directly to college grade appeal committees for
Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences at Hastings- individual's classroom performance is even more absurd. disposition. Department chairpersons, though normally have
Nonetheless for the student who feels that an instructorhas large roles, in the appeal procedure.In .
on-Hudson, New York, the recent laws are rash.
miscalculated or badly erred in judgment in determininga Administration
University College. Arts and Sciences, Business
Drs. Willard Galin and Marc Lappe appearedin final grade the grade appeal procedure exists. ,, Physical Education Health and Recreation
this month's Atlantic magazine, saying in- Two cardinal rules must be understood before undertaking (PHR). Engineering, and Education the chairperson may
consistencies have arisen because of contradictions a grade appeal first the ultimate decision on whether or first attempt to work out the difficulty himself with the
between state laws and the 1973 Supreme Court not to change a grade rests with the teacher involved. There is professor and student. .
decision that abortion is legal. no "higher authority" on campus who will pre-empt a faculty That failing, cases in these colleges could then be referred,
member's decision on a grade. The appeal procedure thus if not done
so originally, to ad hoc or standing grade appeals
Twenty per cent of all birth defects can be involves a suggestion to, not coercion of an instructor that an committees of varying size and composition. (The Business
attributed to something in the environment which error that needs to be rectified has occurred in arriving at a Administration committee, for instance, is composed of two
affected the developing fetus within the womb. grade. faculty; in PHR, the committee is composed of three faculty
Exposure to radiation and pollutants and intakeof SECOND,ALL appeals go through the college offering the and one student.) In both Architecture and Fine Arts and
alcohol or other drugs all affect the fetus' en- course. An engineering student taking an advanced English Agriculture however, the dean is consulted in the pursuit of
vironment. course would thus appeal to Arts and Sciences, not. resolution before submission of the issue to committee.
Engineering. ONCE AN APPEAL reaches a committee the student, or
Many tragedies could be prevented if the effectsof In nearly all the colleges of UF, a meeting between the the professor or both together might be consulted to shed
such factors on developing fetuses would be student and instructor is the first step of the, grade appeal light on the situation. After due deliberation a recommendation -
determined. One method is fetal research to test process. .(Forestry alone has a slightly different first step; on disposition is reported from the committee to
the effects of a drug on a fetus already. destined for students there are urged to consult their'' advisors before the professor. Again grade changes still rest within the
meeting with instructors.) Simple misunderstandings usuallyover
professor's discretion. Committee recommendations, of
legal abo ion. projects or papers misplaced by,professors or incorrect course, become additional considerations.
Researchers are primarily concerned with recordings of test results, are usually cleared up at this level; If the student is still dissatisfied, four colleges- University
therapeutic experimentation. Testing of vaccines, the College of.Pharmacy, in fact, .has never had a grade College, Arts and Sciences Engineering, and Journalism -
chemicals and drugs, all harmless to adults, but appeal. proceed beyond this Initial stage. allow further appeals to the dean's (or assistant dean's) office
with possibly damaging effects in developing During this first stage, I students-should earnestly try to for review. If after these steps, we :still have two adamant
resolve whatever difficulties< exist, since no matter how far the individuals, Dean
T.W. Cole In the Office,of Academic Af-
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fetuses, would be the only uses of the ex appeal,process is--carried the instructor in the end MUST fairs becomes the final arbiter for cases from any college.
perimentation.. I -
Why shouldn't fetuses already destined for Cunningham David Klein
abortion help babies who might otherwise be born The Independent *to -*a** : 'Movi lnoEd.IW'

with birth defects?
Gainesville and Alachua County will benefit Florida: Alligator :' Editor '. 'EIST
from fetal research. The median age of men and ,',
women in this county is 23. .. (ill UmtMc&H\; ; MlndllCelman' '.. ::JddyCoHln

This year, more than 2,000 babies will be bornin JP ....,.'1 Newddltor ', '. ,"r: Layout Edlbr'

the county, and one in sixteen will have a .RA'.'Tony'Ken zlor. ,..',,. >.,j...,,!.,..,. ..,..," ;,.' ."'..'.!,. j.'......General I Manager
congenital defect.. .Jams V.Cook ."..,,?............j...'. ... ........::;,;:),".:,.../.Assisbnt. General Manager Published
has the facilities to such fetal Mrs.Evelyn Best..I..U.I ...: ," # ,AdministrativeAssistant" I by
UF carry out 1 .rt.., '' '. 'I>
An n.Malphun ,.....1 .'.' ....,.r..*;.:............,t.; :....I Y... ...,...i G Bookkeeper C.'miifHiH: C/ninnitmiriilMMis. li>"
research.But C. Roy Shipp. It..:..... ...r...:..i..i..a7.' ......, '. .........>...BusinessManager
if the bill filed by Sen. Philip Lewis goes TomMocNamoro'..'. .. .*. ..'*. ./JM.\ .....j.-..,:,."..,,*,... .........Accountant P.O. Box 13266 University
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through, all research will be outlawed. We urge Roy McCeeJr,, .1.? ? .; .,.. h., ,,..Advertising Manager
Donna Uibrano ..,. ... ,...." ""'"+* .o..*.<..ti./4dV.rtisingCoordinabr offices behind the College Inn,
Sens.: Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay. to key Harp.r. .... ... .,...... .'.a..i.?". .-.j. *.,.{*..,..Special Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenu..
reject the Lewis bill. Lynda Homier. .t.. .',".M.; ,; ,. .. ...0'. .. ?'.,'. .;. .rtlaing Production Manager Business Offic. phone 3764446.
Doc Frankenstein has no place in the Lynn Soki.r: ,. '. ... .. :..';' .......,,. ?. .,, .,;Editorial Production Manager Editorial' Deportment: 376.44*
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EDITOR After the
reading article titled
lifetime and the lives of ..
our future
children.
"Here Comes the Sun" in The Alligator'sExtra If
everyone could: do just a small thing like not
on May 15, I was convinced that
something has to be done to stop the disaster buying aerosol cans, maybe we can help stop a EDITOR I believe I stitution, and recall that there public officials and bombing

that would occur if the ozone was to be crisis. represent many thinking are precious few things an public and government
destroyed by the use of aerosol You all have to be concerned about the people on this campus in individual may not say or do facilities. Shall we welcome:
In the past 1 was tempted cans.to write future or you would not be trying to improve saying to prospective UP freely,in this country.: Genovese by turning out
several companies: that to yours by going to college.: So help me prevent guest speaker Eugene HOWEVER, ONE such President Robert Marstonand
abandoned the idea because use aerosol I did cans but the increase of skin cancer: the destruction of Genovese, "Take your action whose prohibition is a firebombing Tigert Hall,
not have ocean plankton (a major part of our food preposterous pseudo virtual cornerstone: of that to show our obvious enthusiasm
facts
enough about the issue.
Since that time chain)),the breakdown of DNA and Increased intellectual attitude elsewhereif document is that of advocating ?

I have of the heard seriousness more than of enough to convinceme : genetic mutations, the possibility of another you are offended by the "the violent over After all, it is only such
Alex the problem. As Dr. ice age and interruption of certain insects' sex loyalty oath you are asked to throw of the government of violence that this oath seeksto
Green put it, I too am switching to roll. lives (this might sound in the United States. This is It
insignificant but our sign order to be paid to suppress. places only a
ons again, also pump sprays (there are now'men's life cycle: is based on insects also.) lecture here. It is we who are elaborated here to include very distant restraint on

and women's hairsprays in this form) AS STATED IN the ozone article: Congress offended by your disregardfor "violent overthrow of the state taking verbal actions to
I WOULD
HOPE
that the students on this is going to wait two years before even voting our intelligence and of Florida or any political unduly influence the students
campus would also be concerned: : enough to 'on the issue of banning aerosols but I thinkwe peaceful aims.. subdivision thereof." and others at this university.It .
start boycotting: aerosol dispensed productsand should
start writing letters to these do something before then like We do not deny Genovese: is a lack of academic:
especially: to your congressmen.The : companiesand quit using them, before it's too late. We should take one step right to speak here, despitethe integrity, and the-abuse of a

period of time in which the harm from back into our often forgotten fact that such advocaciesif respected position in the
Susan L Offutt study of the United,
ozone destruction will be felt is within our seriously promoted would American Historical
2UC States Con. constitute a felony. We are so Association which Geneovesemust

open-minded as to listen to seek to bring to our
b each and every viewpoint on campus, if this nominal

COLORS)1)115: 919 bey PUO11J )f\VM.\ M5NV this campus we simplywon't affirmation of trust is too
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1. RED student's fees and taxpayers' I charge UF officials to
monies, to turn around and cease looking for some
2. BROWN : : 7 suggest the violent overthrowof loophole or missing enactment
3. LT. Bluff t r '. 5' the same group who has clause to allow such

".' xH i.p paid them to speak.If advocates to be paid to speak,
someone claims that this and praise the Florida

\\ '. ., ., .,., ., 9. policy abridges his or her Legislature for upholdingtheir
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respond to an pbviously emotional, distorted and one-sided
13J aoa letter, such as that which appeared concerning the East

Campus Conduct Board.It .
should first of all be noted that the student who wrote the
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named in the article was not even present that particular

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comments: on the subject would make me guilty of passing on
hearsay.
With any of our conduct hearings! the student "puts her
Iranian students reply college: career on the line" when university regulations are
violated. Students are made aware of potential consequences:
continuously by the staff. This is particularly: true when a
EDITOR In the May 5 Alligator you published a letter by This great leader was supported and loved by the Vietnamese student has previously been involved in disciplinary action.
Walt Karwicki which presented some incorrect ideas about people all his life. Everyone knows (except our fellow Even in light of this fact,the Conduct Board deliberated for
issues concerning: the Iranian Students Association (ISA) and writer?) the people called him Uncle Ho. In the late 1950's more than 15 minutes before making their recommendationin :
our activities which requires us to reply to some points so our even Eisenhower after the Geneva Peace Agreement called fora the case mentioned in the previous article.: They also calledme
fellow writer and others who read the letter will not be con free election in Vietnam was forced to confess that if"suchan in for consultation on one occasion to make sure of policy
fused. election were held the Communist Ho Chi Minh would and to be sure that the student was being given every possible
The gentleman seemed to be "surprised" that we are only have been elected'by''' 80 percent of the population." consideration.:

against "pro-West dictators." First, we are opposed to all THE STUDENTS who serve on our Conduct Board-
those who exploit and oppress people. One criterion by whichwe Iranian Students Association of Gainesville Grievance Committee have proven themselves to be a

define a dictatorship is the presence of a struggle against responsible, dedicated and concerned: group. They are
these regimes by the people inside i these countries.: continually looking for ways to give students a more
THIS IS WHY the ISA supported the Indochinese and meaningful say in the disposition of their own destiny. This

their struggles against these puppet regimes. The peoples' Why talk ? includes: challenging various regulations which they feel) are
valiant struggles to overthrow these dictatorships is known allover not necessarily in the best interest of students.
the world. If our fellow writer knows of any non "pro- These students deserve our highest commendations: for
West dictators against which the people inside the countryare : their involvement in what is considered: to be an unpleasanttask
fighting please let us know so we can both be against EDITOR. In regards to student reactions of the Air discipline. Their basic motivation is seeing that all
them.In Force bombing of Cambodia, most especially David concerned get a "fair shake.
the latter part of his letter he"benevolently" cries for the Miller, may I say, "You've got to be kidding!" yes, I can Jack Mata
Vietnamese and states the North Vietnamese "bluntly invaded see it now. As I pass by Miller's open door, I notice his Director of Residence Life
the South" and began "beheading" the South Viet fantastic $800 stereo set-up. What the hell? East Campus Rawlings Office
namese. The writer forgets how this new regime came to Why don't 1 treat myself to it? As I continue: on my way,

power. Thirty million Vietnamese fought against the biggestwar stereo under my arm, Miller approaches" me with this The Independent
machine of this century (U.S. imperialism) and made it reaction: "Can't we talk about this?
NOW I REALLY don't think this is such a wild analogy.
pay homage to their desires to bring this new regime to power. Florida AlligatorTom
He seems to close his eyes to how the majority of the people Negotiations can be effective, but also timeconsumingand
welconied the liberation forces to DaNang. Saigon, etc. These sometimes costly.: If I were a C&mbodian.and that
facts even Time and Newsweek, with their usual censorship of stereo Miller's brother would his reaction still be the
same? Does he really want to sit back and try to negotiate, Shrod r John Moran
had show.
news, to Asst News Editor
several) weeks, with who has Photo Editor
for someone already
Finally, we want to use as an example of the proCommunist possibly Doug Hatch
dictators," who our fellow writer doesn't believe committed a senseless act? Wire Editor
represents the peoples' ideas, with Ho Chi Minh. Ho Chi As I interpret your reaction. Mr. Miller, I guess h's Sheila DraperEntortainnwflt CrtgForrtrSporti .
Minh compels even his enemies to respect him. (The most "catch you tater Gator" time for brother Miller. Editor Editor

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LINDA WISNIEWS] I Merritt described the construction of a community
,. p Alligator Staff Writer plaza as "the city's' best Investment" and said that
r 1 when it is built it will generate a "spontaneous fix-up,
k kr Mist from the fountain in the cenierof the plaza paint-up campaign among downtown merchants witha r
{ drifts lazily towards the oak trees as downtown magnitude never' witnessed in the history of( f;,>. %A,<,
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This is the way the $$265,000, Gaines' ille community construction of a $$4.2 million judicial center, a
plaza will look, at least in the minds c rUF College\ of $$265,000, community plaza, or park, and parking
d d P, ;W''' Architecture students. space on 5'/'/ blocks of land the city and county boughtlast
THE CITY sees it a little differs tly.We'll year for $$2-million, Ramsey y said.
v..1 probably put in some shru bery and do it itup Voters approved the redevelopment purchase in a
\ our own way-the city can't' lay o it t that kind of referrendum, he said. .
money,"" Gainesville City Comm'' ioner Russell THE JUDICIAL CENTER, community plaza, and 4; !*'; a
Ramsey said referring to the $$265,000, would take to parking space would be located on the 5 block area 9r ,
build the plaza. bordered by East University Avenue, SE 1st Street, 0" b vpg
"We've' got some old bricks from he demolished SE 2nd Avenue, and SE 3rd Street. g
fr frd frr frr Baird Hardware building and well' use our own Temporary parking would be constructed on the 4,
''f people,. "Ramsey said. The city couk employ about corner of East University Avenue and NE 1st Street.
25 members of the city's' public works force who were The city has the "option" of using the space to build a 1 p /
\ laid off when the city converted to s strc et side garbage new library when additional funds are available, V""t'' stsa 1kt
If.f.I pickup to construct the plaza he said, adding the city Ramsey said.Construction.
d f.r r f.r would probably use the Design Stu o's' plans as a is scheduled to begin in August on the
r guide. new judicial building which should be completed
r RAMSEY SAID the city would e exp ct to save from within two years, Ramsey said. t..;,;
75 to 80 per cent on the cost of(constr cting: the plazaif FUNDS FOR THE construction of the judicial $
the city used its own work force. center obtained through a $4.2$ million countywidebond t
If Face-lift to help businesses In an effort to revive downtown Ga'esville' the city issue nearly four years ago, he said. ,
commission hired in 1972 the G Ctiduate ,Design The construction of the community plaza is in next L a --
Studio at UF's' College of Architects: (for $$12,000, to year's' city budget, according to City CommissionerJoe A VICTIM OF REDEVELOPMENT .
t study the problem of downtown r red elopment.The Little another preponent of the downtown I
By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Robertson said. commission wanted the rede* opment study redevelopment project. .the old must be destroyed before the new can be built
Alligator& Staff Writer The reasons for the rising popularity of "keyed to land use," which would } dude the con "We have to redevelop downtown Gainesvilleitwould it
shopping centers and malls over downtown struction of a new judicial center, 'I amsey said. be very valuable to this community to have a would be detrimental (to themselves and to the city) The city and the county "lost" the civic center in .
Most downtown merchants see stores are the variety and adequate parking AFTER STUDYING the problem! r 3'h'/ y years the community plaza because it will prevent" further not to have a downtown business district," Ramseysaid. 1974 .through the "rural.. anti-Gainesville vote,""
redevelopment as the tonic ,that, will space malls provide, he .said. graduate students came up with plain x r the city that deterioration of the downtown area Little said. Ramsey said, adding that politicians from rural areas
rejuvenate their sagging businessess, and Nat "It's' a proven fact that people will go where did not take into account how mud the city could HOWEVER, MONEY has presently been allocated Downtown Gainesville began to deteriorate nearly tried to sway the people from voting against the center .
Robertson, manager of Robertson's Jewelers, there's' a group of stores or one roof over many afford to spend on downtown redcn opment. for the construction of the plaza because the c city: 10 years ago when the Gainesville population moved by "telling voters that the center would be used for :-
is no exception. stores," Robertson said. "The thing is., that model (of the redevelopmentplans commission has still not determined who will finance west creating a "social problem in the east," he said, hippies."
Business "took a big drive (for Robertson ROBERTSON IS not worried about any ) is not for right now. We mad an estimate of the project, Ramsey said. adding that it was hard to tell if the westward Both Little and Ramsey say they will "personally
back in 1967 when the Gainesville Mall tax increases that would come about if the how much the city will grow in 20 yeai s and what it is Downtown redevelopment has become a "moral movement caused the social problem or the eastern support the full redevelopment plan" for this fiscal ,
opened and although "things have slowly value of his land increased because of going to need. The question is, wool the people (of question," at least to Ramsey. social problem caused the westward movement. year that would include the construction of the
t'R picked up" since then he still looks forwardto redevelopment."If Gainesville) be willing to spend that k nd of money?" "Should we wreck the city's budget to redevelop "IT'S' LIKE THE chicken or the egg thingwhichcame judicial center, the rennovation of the Hotel
the redevelopment project because it will my business increases (because of the Raul Garcia, 7 7AR, co-author of he Downtown downtown or should we keep taxes at (their r present first?" he asked. Thomasand, the construction of a recreation'center at
increase his business, he said. redevelopment project) that means I'll pay Gainesville Redevelopment Study sa' !. level) and let downtown Gainesville continue to Gainesville expanded to the west because of NE 8th Avenue and Waldo Road.
R more taxes but I'll' be able to afford it A total of 80 UF graduate assistant s in the collegeof decay?" he asked. "economic, occuptional, and racial" factors that can The City Commission proposed a one mill propertytax
r "ALL BIG BUSINESS is done downtown because I've' done more business,; Robertson architecture worked on the redev lopment study RAMSEY SAID HE beleives downtown Gainesville be related either directly or indirectly to UF, Ramsey increase to generate increased revenues so
(;f' -that's' where all the big diamonds are sold said.Robertson with graduate Design Studio chairma Harry Merritt must be redeveloped for "its economic and social said."IT redevelopment plans can be included in the city.
f'h and where people spend the big money," regrets that some businesses will and architecture professors Forrest I sle and Orjan value" although the city is currently struggling with a IS LOGICAL to assume"' that UF "drew manyof budget.
\I, ysd Robertson said.Robertson's have to relocate or close down permanentlywhen Wettergyist serving as faculty adviso s. $$2.2 million budget deficit for this fiscal year. the businesses away (from the downtown area)" by THE ONE MILL increase would generate an
4a i ; Jewelers is located on S South' construction begins on the parking lot MERRITT, WHO IS a strong proponent. of The assessed values of the property in downtown causing private interests to invest money in businesses estimated $$395,808, in revenues and might cause a
t > Main, Street two streets' over from. the that is part of the redevelopment project. downtown redevelopment, paints a jpm picture of Gainesville is less now than it was in 1950 "when closer to the growing consumer population of UF rent increase from some UF students Ramsey said,
s t ti proposed site of the community plaza which Robertson said he eagerly looks forward to Gainesville's future if the downtown": area is not money bought a great deal more property," Ramsey rather than the downtown area, Ramsey said. adding that store owners might pass increased 1 .
i Robertson predicts will 'bring g more "foot the day when the downtown redevelopment redeveloped. THE WESTWARD expansion in Gainesville also property tares on to consumers in the form of higher :;"
I R traffic" into his store. project' will be finally be. completed."I "I don't' want to be a doomsday sayer but i if(you let said.The amount of tax revenue brought into the city by had racial overtones. prices for goods. '. .
"There, must be foot traffic besides street just got back from Minneapolis, which'was the value of those buildings go down, the cost of the downtown area also decreased as a result of the Ramsey said the price of land and homes in west.. WHILE DOWNTOWN redevelopment has not .'\;
traffic for any retail business.- to ,succeed;"' experiencing the same_ e thing Gainesville is renting them is going to plummet to Zero and you're' area's' declining property value, he said. Gainesville "was a big discriminator against blacks.. officially begun, other businesses such as the Sun I '.'"
Robertson said. experiencing now. The city built parks and going to have massive crime and welfare problems," EFFORTS TO REDEVELOP downtown There were also no effective anti-discrimination Bank on North Main Street.. Florida National Bankon
4 photo by lorry grouman THE CONSTRUCTION' of'.the proposed overhead walkways to bring the people back Merritt said. Gainesville began as an attempt to s save the downtownarea ordinances at that time, Ramsey said. University Avenue, and Southern Bell Telephone
I NAT ROBERTSON judicial f .''all big business is done downtown'' ''fi fices"' will also bring: "the type of people who merchants- seem to be prospering," Robertsonsaid. will also result in an "exodus" of businesses and other surrounded by slums syndrome," Ramsey said. began to move away from the downtown area, with the redevelopment project by constructing
i spend big money" to the; downtown area. professional services to the west of ,Gainesville, he However, Ramsey said the city is not trying to save creating a "two stage migration," Ramsey said, contemporary buildings, he said. ,
the downtown'' area just to prevent government adding that most blacks moved to the east of town The companies', plan to build modern buildingsfi
said."THE CONSTRUCTION of new!I shopping and buildings from being overrun by depressed urban because the land was cheaper. d downtown was "just voluntary cooperation," Ramsey
Redevelopment plans have failed at the polls> twice said, adding the banks decided to remain downtown' 1'1 t
are
Forsome it destruction"boost" housing centers that people beginning to areas.
I .means mote west. This prove means downtown Gainesville has The city commission is attempting to "convince in 1971 for campus and in a county-wide election held because" of "the close proximity to courts and city ." .

'failed as a viable urban center,;"' Memtt said. (downtown businessmen) that in the long-range it last May. offices.
LINDA WISNIEWSKI the downtown business I Inr .. ...
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{. 'help downtown but how can they say that when they're' going
t' The roar of bulldozers removing remnants of the Baird to put us out of business$?" Wilson.asked. _
1' Hardware building is a welcome sound of progress to most Wilson believes the city commission's' plan to build a new FutureWould
downtown businessmen. judicial center on the corner of East University Avenue and Past and
4 But one for one merchant, each outburst signals the end of SE 3rd Street is the "ulterior '''motive" behind the r s sW
'; the shop his family has owned for three generations. redevelopment project."A f
THE DOWNTOWN redevelopment project, "has driven us PARKING lot is going here but I think the :whole I Iw rM 1 rh
out of business," said Parks Wilson, son of Wilson's' Furniture (redevelopment) thing is an excuse to build a new judicial t you believe "bustling" street
r Store owner Marianne Wilson. center,"" he said. ____ on the 'left is University Avenue circa 1880?
Business had been "exceptionally good" for the Wilson's' The, Wilsons will probably retire from the furniture It's'I a far from the model of the proposed
until the block where Baird Hardware is located was business because they can't' afford the increased costs of cry the
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demolished this year, Wilson said. relocating and will lose most of their established clientele if. redeveloped community '
.. "Now business has decreased by approximately 50 per they leave the downtown area, Wilson said.; Although the UF architecture students' visionis
1 t cent." he said.WIISOMS "The customers we depend on live' within a' very close w ,t a pleasant one, It's' a bit more expensivethan ; t .E ,
i Furniture Store is one of several shops on the radius to downtown" he said.. the already !Indebted"city c can afford.
block bounded by SE 1st Avenue, 2nd Avenue, 1st Street and THE WILSON store can' remain in its present location m Redevelopment.. In the minds of city
'2nd Street that will be demolished as part of the downtown until 1976 the time when the wreckers and bulldozers will commissioners, will combine the nostalgiaof RFr4; .;}//f
redevelopment project to create additional parking space. move in to raze almost the entire block of buildings.The t 1 .per I the past and present needs, with an eye Lpr,4 .
1 The Wilsons were given the present tax value of their only buildings to be spared are the Poole-Gables Motor to'. the future growth of the area. Fifty city r J
property which. one-third what it would cost to build a new building and the Harber Datsun building, which are under blocks':and a quarter. of a million dollars are a r ..
their Wilson said.. consideration to house farmer's' market and
building on property, a temporary a Involved but there are moral considerationsas "
"Our major contention' is that we can't' afford to buy a new temporary exhibition center. ? Only time will tell. 1vl ,
building(in another area of town)(for the tax value that we got Although the fate of the store seems certain! the fate of the well. Asset or liability
for our property" Wilson said. Wilsons is not.
UNLIKE MOST downtown businessmen., Wilson does not "I don't really know what I'll' do. My parents might retire 4 ltx 4 yA photo by John moron
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By LEANNE SOUCEK visitors, squirmy reptiles such as the eyelash viper take I
F Alligator Staff Writer their exercise inside their glass enclosed homes. i
Even Dr. Dolittle would feel at home in Gainesville's; THE LUSH, TROPICAL rain forest sanctuary is '
Santa Fe Teaching'Zoo.It nurtured ,with more than 300 inches of rain annually. 1
is a delightful place to "walk with the animals-talk Several water towers have been erected above the trees- to
with the animals." insure constant rainfall.
The tiny zoo is tucked away in a verdant corner of the Mike'Pierce, a soft-spoken student who hopes to become:
c 4 3 Santa Fe Community College campus at 3000 NW 83 a zoo-keeper, conducted an unofficial tour of the'zoo and
Street. identified many of the residents.A .
MARYLEE VANDJVER, secretary of, the zoo, said. fuzzy grey,black-faced spider monkey named Granny
"One of the major purposes of the zoo is the training of and a chocolate brown woolly monkey called Babe were
> students who wish to go into the field of animal care among his favorite friends.
especially in zoos." SEVERAL OF THE animal enclosures flaunt signs such
However, the eight-acre zoo welcomes "walking- "Danger! Wolves," although the Canadian timber wolf
talking" visitors and is free and open to the public the sign warned of seemed more sun-struck than vicious as
Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. he lazed in his overgrown field.
Three guided tours are held each weekday for groups Among the other animals kept in enclosures are the
ranging from nursery school students to college graduates. zoo's ocelots, members of the cat family which have
THE ZOO HOUSES almost 150 "smaller animals" become an endangered species. Vandiver said the cats
mammals, birds and reptiles which have been donated by have become so rare that it is illegal to possess an ocelot
other zoos laboratories and pet owners., unless specially licensed.
A stroll along the tree-shadowed paths is a.Tarzan-like Like his neighbors,an Ecuador-born ocelot was donatedto
adventure. the zoo.
Preening peacocks scurry through the shrubs and "The Santa Fe Teaching Zoo is totally non.
_ A SIGN, A STARE Photo by Bob Wool' pelicans promenade around the Reptile House. commercial," Vandiver said. "None of the animals have
Fortunately for Dr. Dolittle and other prospective been bought."
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munity College as a teaching institution.
. Guys and Dolls openingtoniQht However, the Greater Gainesville Biological Parks

Society has contributed time and money to the improvement
Guys and Dolls,the Broadway musical by Damon Runyon, directed by Dr. Clyde Sumpter of the UF drama department. of the zoo.
will open tonight at Constans Theatre. Guys and Dolls is a musical comedy that examines the lives Though finances have been "tight," Vandiver said the
The play will be presented by the Florida Players, :?t 8 and loves of those who lived on and around New York's zoo had been given a grant that allowed it to improve its
p.m. from today until Sunday. Performances will resumeon Broadway during the 1940's appearance. .
Tuesday and continue until June '1st. Box office worker Henry Fonte said that not all reserved Certainly the zoo's leopard-like nargay cat is happy with
The show is free to all UF students and $2 will be chargedto tickets are usually used for each performance. Fonte said a the improvements. Students working at the zoo are
the general public. waiting list is started an hour before each performance and constructing a new jungle gym home for her.
The play is choreographed by Fernando Fonseca, a former reserved tickets which are not used can usually. accomodate The zoo hosts Biological Parks'Technician Program
UF student visiting from New York. The play is being about 40 persons. for college students and high school seniors.



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The annual African Liberation Day (ALD) Gooden was recently suspended from the
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march will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. startingat NAACP because of his belief in "peaceful,
the 2600 block of E. University Avenue. nonviolent demonstration." The NAACP was
The march, which is being organized by the founded. on the principle of settling disputesin
African People's Socialist Party, will concludeat court, not by demonstrations, which
the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Gooden supports.
The purpose of this year's ALD march is to Other speakers include Rev. B.J. Brooks,
show support for the liberation struggles ,in director of NAACP in Pensacola,
THEUNFASHION southern Africa, according to Deborah David, Joseph Waller, national chairman of the
information director of the African People's African People's Socialist Party and Yvonne
Socialist Party. Caison of the Florida schapter of the National
Rev. R.N. Gooden, former state field Welfare Organization of Jacksonville.
STORE director of the National Association for the UP student Muvuro Zvobgo and Otis
Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Anthony of the Black Organization Projectwill
will speak at the Union Saturday. also be speaking.


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By TOM VEENSTRA SABBATH SERVICES The Hillel Jewish
Alligator Staff Writer Student Center holds reform and traditional
Sabbath services today at 6:30: p.m.
GUYS AND DOLLS The musical play FOLKDANCING UF Folkdancers hold
"Guys and Dolls"will be presented tonight at beginning dances at 9 p.m. and request
8 in the Constans Theater. Students will be dances at 10 p.m. every Friday in the Norman
admitted free with fee card. Admission is $2 Gym. The public is invited.
for the general public.The show will play May BAHA'Is The Baha'i Association will have a
27-31. free discussion tonight at 8 p.m. in room 118J.
CARNIVAL Volunteers are needed to assist Wayne Reitz Union. '
with the Samson Sunland Carvinal Saturdayat LECTURE The Language and Literature
Sunland Training Center from 9 a.m. to 5 Club will present a speech on "A New Use:
p.m.(Waldo Rd. and NE 16 Ave). For further Radical Suggestions for Humanities" by
information call Lora Tolson at 373-5092. Sidney Homan and Donald Eastman Tuesday
BUSCH GARDENS The Pre-Veterinary night at 8 in room 101 Little Hall.
ei Club will host a trip to Busch Gardens CONCERT "Momentums", a summer
Monday leaving from the Veterinary Science evening of dance and music by the Santa Fe
Building af 8 a.m. Anyone interested is Modern Dance Group and Jazz Band will be
welcome to attend. For more information Tuesday night at 8 in the Westwood Middle
contact Lance at 3729631. School Cafeteria.
SIGMA DELTA CHI Sigma Delta Chi will SPELUNKS The Florida Speleogical Societywill
hold elections and initiations Monday at 7 meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in room 113 Little
p.m. in room 236 Stadium. Hall.



; INSIDE INFORMATIONEditor's ,; II

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( Note Inside health Information Is a air through a clamped tube.If .
bi-weekly feature In The Alligator, providing the attack is severe, the person seems to
readers with authoritative information on all be suffocating. The person, turns pale and
aspects of personal health and policies of the bluish, sweats and appears to be using all his-
Student Health Service. Bring your questionsto her strength to draw breath in and force it
I Room 305 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union or out.. Fortunately most attacks of asthma are
the lobby of the Student Health Service. For mild.
further Information please contact the Health They are more distressing than dangerousand
'r < tit
5 Education Office at the Student Health can be relieved by medical treatment.
Service Room 237)) However, with repeated attacks, the forced
k Where can I get birth control pills? breathing stretches the lung tissue and may
One of the speciality clinics in the Infirmary damage it permanently.
is the Women's Health Care Clinic. It I've never had the mumps but recently was
photo by rick rosin is designed to care for the needs of women In contact with someone who did. When
students and includes pap smears, yearly might I come down with them and what
Sun FashionsCool "gyn" exams, and birth control information.For should I expect
more information call 3921128. Mumps usually begin 12 to 26 days after
\ .What's a dry socket and Is It always exposure. Mumps are characterized by fever
I it this summer with tops and bottoms from Lerner shops. painful and by swelling and tenderness of the salivary
GIGi is wearing Calcutta Shorts and a stripped top. both wash n wear. When a tooth has been extracted a blood glands'- usually those in front of the ears.
Shop our Playwear Collection today. Included are many styles in Calcutta clot normally forms to heal the wound. If this But the two other pairs of salivary glands,
cloth,denim and polyester. Our Halter Shop is 'tops' in town for styles and clot dislodges, the exposed bone can become below the lower jaws and the tongue, may also
fabrics.As inflamed and cause what is known, as 'a dry become inflamed either. at the same time or in
aleays the finest.In'fashion and..prices to fit your budget. socket. rotation.It' .
See you here! This condition is extremely painful and may be preceded a slight fever and
must be treated by a dentist The area is first .!sometimes earache, sore throat or vomiting.
2.99- irrigated (cleaned) then packed with Complications may arise so notify a physician.In .
Top medicated packing. Sometimes this adults an injection of mumps gamma
procedure must be repeated two or three globulin a serum which prevents mumps, or
Shorts$7.99en times before the tissue begins to heal. at least prevents a s rcre case, may be
What happens to someone with an asthma recommended.How .
attack? often Is It necessary to have your
for shopping Convenience I The choked breathing of the asthma hearing checked
> Sunday
your I sufferer is caused by narrowing of the small A child: should be checked at,least once a
1OO 6:00 P.M.. bronchial( tubes during the asthma attack. year, until age 12 or 13;; and twice a year if
This may be due to swelling of the membrane ,there is a history of repeated colds or upper X
/ / which: lines the tubes ,spasms of the tubes ort 'respiratory infections., After the early teens,
mucus plugging the tubes. Whatever the hearing will remain fairly stable until the'4Q'so.
'cause, breathing becomes like trying to force or'50's. oi'GAINESVILLE

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Supervisory (Inivessity Senate Bill


Training Encouraging
JIT Produced by the Division of Information I Public- Vgr /
lioni Services to communicate official notices & H Baa

Begins TodayTraining f If it i ImoorUnt the University information ol Flor.d to tud'ntt._faculty still JH est Joint Act.on, Now


and information sessions will
Wednesday passed an appro-
be offered to the 800 managers and The Senate
the next six priation bill with approximately $16.2
during
supervisors on campus
.. for Education and General
million more ;
months by the Personnel Division.
functions in the State University..System
The one-day illustrated lecture sessions ............'" ,....)1. than was proposed by Gov.Askew and! thatis
will be presented to groups of 20-30 by
Employee Relations Advisors from the _.."" ...,. begin spent this year.
Personnel Division and will consist of ,. The Senate bill totals$251,426,913 for the
information on maintaining attendanceand } E&G budget.The House-passed appropriations -
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leave records, appraising and, disci- ".. \\f bill totals $250,636,547 for E&G.In .
plining employees, handling grievancesand ,'-:,11. t'. past years the University of Florida
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and orienting and trainingnew .1, has received between 25 and 28 per cent
appeals, .. .,:
employees. Each supervisor will .. ; \. : ; of the E&G funds, but the exact amount-.
receive an Invitation to attend a session ( } I \ will not be known until the Board of

approximately two weeks in advance.In .... Regents completes its allocations. This
addition to presenting procedural : year's estimated E&G income for UF is,

information,the sessions are also designedto r -ii 62140000.
provide supervisors with an understan- 1. A The House and Senate versions of the
ding of their role in the work relationshipand r bills will now go to a Joint conference
their place'on the management team, '.' committee before returning to the floors
according to Frances Crook of the Personnel '," for final action.
Division. ,, President Robert Marston has stated
\1 Mrs. Crook noted that these sessions are that the expected legislative increase over
not only designed to inform and educate the governor's budget will "not solve the
supervisors, but to aid them in acquiringthe problem of inadequate salaries, too few
skills they need to move up the Career # .., teachers, the need for Increased fellowships -
Service job ladder. -, -- .......... and other graduate support,libraries
and the effects of continued inflation" but
The first Supervisors Training session
IS THIS A BLOW TORCH OR SCRAPING KNIFE JOB?
will be offered today to a group of 50 Workman Raymond Buckenmeyer Ponders His Next Four-bits Move that it will avert the financial emergencyhe
Health Center managers and supervisors foresaw under the governor's budget.
In the Communicore Building. For the Institute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences, the Senate bill calls for
Monday Holiday Posters' Pose A $33,146,985; the House bill, $32,342,997; thisyear's

appropriation, $32,251,207.For .
Changes ScheduleThe the J. Hillis Miller Health Center,
Sticky ProblemIt the Senate bill calls for $19,510,774; the
Monday Memorial Day Holiday for House bill, $19,661,260; this year, $18,185-
all UF students and employees will mean
587.For
the closing of campus offices and curtail- cost the University$36.50 in employee time one morning this week to remove the Teaching Hospital, the Senate
ment of some activities. posters incorrectly attached to buildings. bill calls for $28,595,601; House bill,
JWRU An official of the Physical Plant division said that it'costs 50 cents, with a blow $28,883,396; this year, $27,505,064.For .
Reitz Union's Arrendondo Room, book- torch and scraping knife,to remove an average sized poster glued or cemented to a Engineering Industrial Experiment
store, and administrative offices will be building. In one morning 73 were removed, with hundreds of others yet to be Station, the Senate bill calls for $10,342519 ,-
closed throughout the long weekend. The scraped away. ; House bill, $10,347,958; this year,
barber shop will be open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.' ., "We don't believe anyone is knowingly violating a rule," said Student Conduct $9,233,664.For .
Saturday,and closed Sunday and Monday.The Officer Rob Denson, "but in the last week or so we have had to contend with a the College of Veterinary Medicine, .
Reitz Union Snack Bar will be the sudden rash of posters plastered about the campus using prohibited methods." the Senate bill, $837,869; House bill,
only food service maintaining regular The Student Handbook stipulates that glue, varnish, plastic sprays and $844,200; this year, $574,710.
hours. The Union Cafeteria will be open adhesives other than masking tape may not be used to post signs and that signs
4:30-7: () p.m. Monday only. All other Union may be posted only on certain approved places.
services including the games area will The rule has one main purpose, Denson said, "to preserve the beauty of the Psychology Education
have regular hours. campus and the buildings. Of course, it is expensive to remove incorrectly posted
Libraries signs and as we move into lump sum funding we are particularly reminded that Program Up for OKAn
The Health Center and Law Librarieswill every dollar spent elsewhere Is a dollar that won't be spent in the classroom."
maintain their regular hours duringthe The policy for the distribution of printed materials is as follows: undergraduate teacher education
holiday. Libraries East and West and "Commercially printed or mimeographed handbills and sign printed or drawnon program in psychology education will be
the Hume Library will be open 2-11 p.m. posterboard weight paper shall not be placed on, inside or outside of buildings, considered by the UF senate. at Its
Monday. The Chemistry and Engineering walls,'ceilings, stationary or street signs, refuse containers, shrubs or trees; and Thursday meeting.Recommended .
Libraries will be open 2-5 and 7.10 p.m. shall be restricted to the following uses: a) signs borne by carriers, b) portable by the Colleges of Educa-
Monday, as will be the Phys. Ed. Library stands at authorized locations, c) personal contact distribution, and d) public tion and Arts and Sciences and approvedby
which will be closed Sunday.The bulletin boards placed at the following locations: between Anderson Hall and the curriculum committee, the program
Education Library will be open Bryan Hall; Plaza of Americas; between Walker Hall and Little Hall; south side of is aimed "to meet the demand for
2-10:30: p.m. Monday. The Journalism Inner Drive; between Johnson Hall and Fletcher Hall;. between McCarthy Hall teachers trained and certified to teach
Library will be closed Saturday and and the Hub; between the Reitz Union and the Materials Engineering Building; psychology In high schools."
Sunday and open 1-5 as well as 6-10 p.m. north of Jennings Hall; south of Graham Area Office;and Norman Hall next to the The recommendation says that no new
Monday when the Architecture and Fine building.! courses or resources will be required and
Arts Library will be open. The Music that students may enroll in either of the
Library will be open 7-10 p.m. Fine Arts I sponsoring colleges.
Library will be open. The Music Librarywill
be open 7-10 p.m. Monday and closed
Sunday.


./ Retired Faculty Elect OfficersMore
d
than 1JO retired faculty members
have organized for the first time and held
their first meeting.Officers elected for the
newly formed group,called Retired Faculty r
of the University of Florida, Inc. are,
left to right, directors Pedro Fernandez
and Ruth Peeler; auditing committee I

member J.W. DeVault, presidentelectWilliam II
McPherson, president Rae Wei-
mer, secretary Elbe Jones, and directors ,
Alfred Ring, Woodrow Brown and Travis i
Lefton. Other officers are treasurer Marion \
Fonman, director Robert Davidsoat
and committee members Felix Mnehlner,
, Paul! Patterson, William Arnett." and J.

,, Wayne Reitz. -
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Pedestrian Campus Among Nominees For Senate, Listed




Parking: Traffic ProDosals Committees

The UF Senate is scheduled to elect

Mandated by the UF Senate at its last members to the eight committees it has

meeting to study traffic and parking on ... residents, lots A&B, $18; other dorm lots control over at its Thursday meeting.The .
camous the Parking and Transportation and commuter lots, $12. slate recommended by the nomina-

Committee will submit ''a report to the ':t.ft= 0 Establish priorities for decal pur- ting committee is as follows:
Senate Thursday recommending, 'S'atralaM chases as follows; 1, car pools with threeor ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND TENURE
among
other things, that "The Division of more employees and provide a reserved (Vote for 7)-David) Anthony, Fletcher N.
Planning and Analysis of the Universitywork : space; 2, car pools with two or more Baldwin, Kenneth A. Christiansen, Clar-
toward a 'pedestrian glingMaw2.9 employees; 3, top administrators, deans, ence Derrick, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr.,
as possible." campus as department heads;' 4, full professors; 5, Simon 0.Johnson,Max R. Langham,JohnK.
rapidly other recommendations associate professors, Career Service Mahon, Patricia L. Schmidt, Robert,S.
Among for Senate action are pro- McCarty' Hall. ( grades 29-32; 6, Career Service grades Soar, John R. Strayer, William'B.'Ware;
posed : '
LONG-RANGED PLANNING BY THE 25-28; 7, assistant professors; 8, Career Wilse B. Webb and Lucille B. Wilson.
ADMINISTRATION Service grades 21-24; 9, instructors; 10, PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS AND
within checkpoint area, (Area 1)), $30; Career Service grades 12-20; 11, graduate STANDARDS (Vote ''for 3)-Clifford) A.;
Add sufficient parking spaces in areas outside checkpoint areas, $24; dorm. assistants; 12, Career Service grades 5-11. Boyd Paul L.Doughty,Marie S. Hammer,
of critical shortages. Michael J. Kelley 0. Ruth McQuown,
0 Replace parking places taken by new John O'Connell,'Leland Shanor and Tom-
construction and provide 'spaces for new I my Ruth Waldo.STEERING .,
I
parking demands of new buildings. (Vote 'for '2)-James) ""F.

.Separate the funding of the bus system Burns, MannIng'' J. Dauer, Robert 0. 'L '
from parking decal revenue.' Faculty Group NamedTo Stripling and Irene S. Thompson.

REVISIONS TO PRESENT POLICIES ACADEMIC ADVISORY (Vote for 2)-J) ;
Divide area 1 into several smaller
Don Butterworth, Ralph Kimbrough,
parking'areas of 50-200 each. Aid Administration Wayne T. Sandefur,, and.-Virginia R.:
Limit decal sales in each non-resi- Strozier. '

dence area to a fixed multiple of number of EMERGENCY ADVISORY' (Vote for

spaces; e.g.:, 150 percent' : for 100 or more A nine-member faculty committee has been,named by the Senate Steering 3)-charles) B. Graver, John S. Detweiler,
spaces and 130 per cent for fewer than 100 Committee to give direct counsel and advice to ,central administration, at the Ronica M. Kluge,. William: R. Reid, ,J.
spaces. request of President Robert Marston. and Executive Vice-President. Harold Kenneth Watson and Sherlie Hill West.
Eliminate.. official, business. and secondcar Hanson. LEGISLATIVE ADVISORY (Vote for.
decals. *-- It is called the Faculty Educational Policy Group. 3)-Glenna) Carr, Alex E.s. Green Mad-
No vehicles can park in other than i A letter from Ellis D.Verink, Jr:, chairman of the Senate committee,states. two elyn Lockhart, Wallace Nelson, E.T
designated lots from 7:30: to 4 p.m. and charges to the group: Smerdon, Harold Stahmer, Wynn Updyke"
extend checkpoint to 4 p.m. "1.To intiate,or to provide review and response to plans, proposals and policies and Blanche Urey..
Redesignate Leigh Hall lot and two concerning administrative and academic,emphasis, structure, functional SUS FACULTY SENATE COUNCILVote

bays of,Tigert Hall lot for "Facultj/Staff) budgeting and projections etc., and to provide7a mechanism for timely faculty. ( for 1)R.A.Gaither) and. Cecil N.
Only"until 8:30: p.m., input into these deliberations during their formative stages. Smith.
Establish decal prices as follows: "2. In concert with the University administration to provide a mechanism for;
continuing review of the viability and effectiveness of ongoing programs. To
Humanities On termination of existing programs and initiation of new programs." Policy Consideration
At the first meeting of the group Wednesday, Executive Vice-President Harold
Campus DiscussionDetails Hanson said that its first problem would; be preparing recommendations on the
TerminationThe
preparation of the budget under the expected new lump sum funding flexibility. Opposes
of the University of Florida's Hanson told the group that the administration "knows we don't have all the
recently awarded $1 million grant by the answers" and that faculty input is essential, "especially in telling us the most University of Florida Senate at its
National Endowment for the Humanities effective use of money." meeting Thursday will be asked to pass a
will be discussed by the University of Hanson listed several other problems the administration would like the group to resolution calling on the Board of Regentsto
Florida Language and Literature Club in a deal with,but insisted that the group would probably have some better ideas on the defer action on a proposed new policy on
public presentation on "A New Use: most pressing problems. Among his list were tenure policy and tenure quotas, termination of faculty because of a

Radical Suggestions for Humanities," at 8 program elimination, limitation on Ph.D. output, salaries of administrators after financial exigency. .
,p.m. Tuesday in 101 Little Hall. they return to the faculty, evaluation of presidents and chancellors, nine vs. The BOR has scheduled a public hearing
Featured speakers will include Dr. 12-month faculty appointments, and proper use of and remuneration for graduate on the policy in Fort Lauderdale June 1.
Sidney Homan Associate Professor of students. and full Board action the following day.
English and Chairman of the Arts and Members of the group are Dr. Hattie Bessent, assistant professor of education The policy would provide a method and set

Sciences High Honors Program; Donald Dr. J.D. Butterworth, professor of marketing; Dr. David Chalmers, professor of up priorities for faculty termination in the

Eastman of the Florida tnaowment: tor history; Dr. Manning J. Dauer, professor,of political science; Dr. Ira. ,J. Gordon, event of state financial cutbacks.The .
the Humanities, and Dr. H. Gene Moss, graduate research professor of education; Dr. William M.Jones, professor of proposed Senate resolution calls for
Director of the Center for Studies in the chemistry; Dr. James C. Quarles, professor of.law;, Irene Thompson, assistant a "full opportunity for university and
Humanities.The professor of English; Thomas D.Furman,professor of environmental engineering faculty senates to fully communicate their
'to the Board of Regents." It
concerns
sciences. .
group will lead discussion on "the
challenge to university humanities and the The committee will serve through fiscal l ,year 1976. points out that the proposed policy was not
available for study until May 15.
relation between humanistic studies and
"There appears to be no more urgency,
the pressing of society,
concerns our in establishing detailed policies for termin,
according to Dr.:Homan., ation of faculty..than in establishing

Athletic Financing Policy Up For Vote detailed facilities policies, reduction for closure'of of administrative, physical

l n .' overhead.and reducing ,student enroll
The Board of/ Regents at its June 2 utner.1 ActionBoard ment; and that, in any event,the exigencyof .
financial sufficient
BOR Meeting a exigency
meeting :at ,the ,Hilton Hotel in Fort
Other action to be considered by the warrant the proposed action, does not I ,
Lauderdale
will be asked to rule
that approve a Fort Lauderdale of Regents at its June 2 meeting presently exist"
would restrict use of state funds in ,
includes: The proposed resolution i is recom-
financing athletics.The .
intercollegiate 'Write off delinquent accounts receiv- mended by,the Professional Relations and
"609.12 proposed rule reads as follows: June 2 able for Shands Teaching Hospital and, Standards committee.Preprofiessionol.

Athletic Associations. Clinics for the period from July 1, through
"
((3)) When Handled: by a '
Completely
rule modifications' im with Dec.31.1974 totaling$851,01017'including, Forms
Separate to
a University Corporation orWhen. -. -- Handled_ as tenure approve"to claify provisions in the,existing 322 inpatient accounts totaling$249,999.97,

"The Activity. _from policy; to remove duplicating #language, and 9,844 outpatient accounts totaling' For Applicants ,ReadyThe
activity will not be supported :
be'
which might 9601,010.90. ,
and to modify language ,
appropriated Education and, General being biased." .Extend two years, through 1977, the 'Office of Preprofessional Education -
Funds interpreted as
funds."'or from non-athletic auxiliary The changes occur throughout Chapters CLEP credit transferability amendmentto ,113 Anderson Hall,has new forms for

6C-5.06 and 6C-5.07 of rules pf.. the, the articulation agreement between' the 'letters of evaluation. Preprofessional stu
Tenure Rule Department of Education, Board.of;Re--' :state universities and community colleges. dents'' who are applying .to'professional ,
Grant an easement to the Department ,schools of dentistry,medicine and optometry -

ModificationsThe gents. of the proposed changes will be of Transportation of a strip approximatelynine this year,should stop by the office to '
: sent Copies to vice-presidents and members of feet wide and 1,441 feet long alongArcher request the collection of new letters< of
Freedom and Tenure Road for improvement of State evaluation from faculty and others.:; The
Board of :Regents at its June 2 the Academic Road 24. Office transmits; letters for candidates,
meeting to Fort Lauderdale will be asked Committee. ?
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WeddingFOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEfor L Uf 1. 1 ,",n'.ll1' I IV' I\. ;
A Engagement Ring 1973 Hondo Cl-100\ Good condition toil Manual royal typewriter with carrying 12.723 bdrm 2 complete both mobile Sole Pioneer Btst. CS-99A Speakers \
Traditional/ Contemporary designs of Inspected. Sissy bar. dependable. $350 cote II 5.00 or bell offer. 378-6380 (a-2t- home on I acre lot,deep well cellar (not S3SO.OO pro FIRM Serious 'Inquiries' Only l "' 1(' tI \ I I '
your choice. Handmade for individuals or belt offer. Must Sell 372-0160 (o-5t-. 142-p) complete), utility. shed. located 1 block Coil Rob 01 373-7026. (o-St-138-p I ) Av377.I3
who wont the best. Original work by !I gyp)_ 1970 Triumph 500 motorcycle good from school in Newberry." Call 473-2870 FOR WATERFRONT OR SMAlL ACREAGE JJJ W. yniversity I'
South' leading Artist Matter GoldSmith Kenwood receiver, 22 want per channel condition $500 call 377-8124 after .. ((0. between 8:30: 1 12:30: pm for more info.to.fr.I04pl PROPERTIES. >U WAYNE D. MASON ft ,
Guarantee.and OZZff lopidiit, Unconditional BSft 310. turntable, 2 wltralmear 200 .) < ) CO., 'INC. REALTOR 377-o789.to-10M34-{ )

373-3894. (o-49t-105-p By appointment' only. speaker, lloyd portable cassette player,' 73 Yamaha 100 Enduro good condition Electric guitar and amp., Univox black p) _
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phones Sot track, 70 album best offer 7000 mile' S200 call 393-7930 (o-..|42- solid body with silver' trim, 50 rm*amp 71 VW bug no bugs, tow" mileoge. CONCERTSTUES.MAY27
73 vega gt stottonwogon oc good ,leave message for dove 392-7620(05.( Pj) will toke any reasonable offer over excellent fm-tope stereo new" mtpection -
condition* number$1500 I call 379-3138 leave I AO-p) wedding, dress beautifully hand $100 call 377-8422. ((0-51-139-0)) ky blue easy loon $1200. celt
name (o-3t.l40-p) 30' trailer' : complete' kitchen A fum. designed site 12 no reatonoble offer 1973 690 Yamaha great condition 6100 376-3979 (o5I.PIUlt. ) s .
white.whirlpool refrig. I c.f. for tale less sleeps three olr conditioned available refuted 373-8759 efter'4'30 (oSr142)SANYO ) mile new clutch $950 call 372.1093 shed 10' 12' wooden floor $125. '
than I yr. old.' Call bruce at 372--254. June 13 asking.$2500 see to-appreciate 8-Trock FM-FWD excellent (to-4I.139-pl) sears irrrf. brkk 'fire place with heater
keep trying bert offer (o-3t-4frp) coil 3720528"oBi140p( )
condition asking $65 call don 393-7031 sear manual typewriter $30 fluorescent SILO 56 ford truck new recaps needs
Complete Mirrtolo camera system Including NIKON low" light special 55mm fl. 2 auto ((0-21-142-p) table lamp $10, keystone Instamotlc engine work $175 between *o pm 3775737 8 & 11 PM $4.00 & $5.00
the 103 body 3 'lent, and many nikkor mint$150 now" try those candle OPPORTUNITY FOR U Of f EMPLOYEESThe camera new $15. call 392.7577.(0'( (Q-3M4I-P) RESERVED SEA T5GSMH
occ. 377-5436 (o-21.110 ) available shot call 3t110
p light 377-0123 (la- -
Ul.pl) SIR 50 mm
Comput Federal Credit Union will Two Minolta SRT-101 eomera.
71 Suzuki T500. completely' rebuilt -p) finance your real eMote purchase up to yard sale Saturday 5-24 plant, sofa etc, RoUor-X lenses. 175.00 each; 200 mm
engine, mechanically perfect, fairing dual '1216 turntable wilts,, odc230xe 120,000. let u* show" you how" this can at 2048V NW 3rd Ave. do drop by ((0-21. MC 1.1'1" 80.00 135 nom MC lent, 80.00
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alto 10 gal fish tonk of occes Best SIoVI39p I yr old buying o dual 701 call Norman the time to buy small acreage, waterfront cf
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but mint. Car cassette wi FM stereo A Clothing Career girl' quitting and REFRIGERATOR Full size w. freezer. like I0peed Huffy New" naln-, loch car
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opts one bdrm unfurniihed! $165 per
XT U mih. Colt :378-S905 between 1-5 pm (b-
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Summer Qtr. Room In house 2 Blkt. from
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Negotiable Furnished move In June 15.
/ / & 372-7491 Henry (b-5t-142-p)

subleasing air cond. two bedr opt close
100 10:00
r / : to campus 3774599 (b-lOt-142-p)

for rent summer quarter a gorgeous
furnished apartment ,In popular
Hawaiian Village at a low discount role
call 373-6915 or come to opt 325 (b-".
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APT.SUMMER: 2 or 3 bedroom carpeted
central oc 1 block from campus$160 per
JUNE-1
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Pair o'Ston. ROOMS: SUMMER (urn oc utilities irvcl.
e e PaIr of carpeted moid-linen service I block
.. J from campus tome share kitchen, $70 or'
Tlck.ts ,is Ston.s $75 per month Call 373-8970 or come by
1319 NW 2 Ave (b-5l-142-p)

(Aug.2 Tick.ts Nice apt for summer. 1 Bedroom $136 C

Gator (Aug.2 mo. Pool.Close to Shonds. SW 16th St. C-
Gator 24 Summit Hse.378-5803 call or come by
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glvon DUPLEX 2 bdrm, ovolloble June thru"
glvon 1976. furnished, quiet, yard, porch. NW Lrrr..w w rss.rrno
away section. $175 really nice place. 3734395 AMERKANWS
FREE at away (b-St-138-p) ICAL6iev

ftI. S Sat FREE AVAILABLE NOW 2 females wonted to rent eroww

Frt i Sat.Nlght shore plush bedroom in Cotorwood opt. orws
Nights e thru august. Way rent plus V> June rent
Show $ poid. call carol 378-9781 (b-St-138-p)

ShowMIDNITEFRI&'SAT' Female roomate needed for 2 br opt 3
block from campus." Own room, A-C, 2:30 & 7:30
for $59-mo. t, U' utilities, call llene at
378-9728 (b-5t-l38-p) J5.501J6.50

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free with option to rent for foil. I
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FOR RENT FOR KCm I CURRENT

for}ummer on.-bed opt o-c READ THIS NEEDED OESPARATEIY PtAZAfl 1 2:15 4:15 6:05J
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fur A, terrace, disposol, Indry: Moving onytime between Now & $.pi. roommate for
emises $150 me. Bob 3730871ngs let ui rentlOUf bout or op) ol no toil both furn Sept Brandywme to Dec only opt$73 2 plul't br, 2 STREET end Staff 8JO 10*)
,, fall option 1100SW8A* United Reol Estate 177-6992 (b.fr-1 II pi) u'tl' call 378.0971 (b.7t.139. BOUIEVARD lo&wf
6.51.139- ROOM. Graduate and older moss PL--
summa fall option I br furn Uud.nti 2 bloch from compul $$] 'female own room for summer furnished Sentenced tp 28 years in prison for a crime he
W4 I block to campus includes control all, kitchen, dyer M + 1.3 utIlity.,|, block front
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1corpi great condition $130 mo.c washer, oil utilitiei 377.B014 (b.Si.138PJ 3778003 (bai4Qp compul
373-8871 b-5-139-, ) summer sublet hove ) ever committed. Only two things can get him ouP
your own room in a
Country gardens, near VA I I Only $60 o month to take over leot large
NEOOTIABLI E E the Plocc. ol sunny two bedroom opt in nw A lot of and Charles Bronson!
June l-S.pt I RENT Deposit $50 required Mutt g'xille bike, to campus $69.SO mo. call money
73.0937 ev.ninos..4b-3t-140-nt rent by June I I. Gayot ArWphree K 579 phil. or {lean hugues 377.2184 (b.3t.HOPl ?
or call 392-7110 (b.5t.138.p\) --"S
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,Sinkof f:'s' .port furn. June free SI7). mo 373- 323 opt for tent for'summer quarter Fully
** I1b.5t.138plFemal. ) furnished Maracaibo
i Manor optt $73
f Roommate nice big haul in NE per month call 3734813 (b.3t.140.p) 4 tmv4

;. .s. % *T >MWh'' "hv fiw716W.Uf.iv.Ave.- j Mction, own bedroom large living room sublease Ig. 2 bdr apt quiet, very near
: den kitchen ttoroge area large (en- chopping + theatre areas pool tennil
cedand ery gr. and very gr.en yard. handball rec. room, etc furn, or unfurn 4mx
3772543 83.33 plus 1.3 utilities call 3739240 (lb. call 373.8712. (Ib-'t.I'O.p)
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Roams for rent thru Aug 31, I block from
1 Tigert. $80 mo Includes utilities, 1125
SW_ 4 Ave 378.3309 (b.5t.I.o.p)
/$
Own room for Liberal rmmote in large 3 '
bdrm haute 3 blki from campus $67, > f *
I 1.3 util mo. senior. or grad student pref
call 372.1131. (b5t-140.p) : .
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he Second Greatest Flyer in the Wrld Summit Summer Haute Sublet opts I bdrm$9650 in 2 mo bdrm Avail opt, \: :

June IS call 378-1133. (b.3t.140-p)
[But Waldo was going to 1 female roommate needed for summer $ \ :

\ change all that-even r with fall option. own room, quiet neighborhood ,
big yard $63 + I 1.3 utilitiei
\ if( it killed him. 3788208 (b3t.I40p)

PRIVATE bedroom w- both one block
aN' from tigert $73 mo 4 1-6 util June Free.
bat'R 1104 SW 3 ove call 373.4313 Sites nancy '
or more big house t room (b.3t.I40-pl) "
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Sublet for lummer mole roommate
oaoIN wanted own room in 4 bdrm opt. at The str: "1
Place $60 month + '4 util call Bill at
A 5ORGC IOY HIll FIlM 378-4136 (b.3t.I<<).p) f / a s

female roommate own bedroom 4 both
+ I 1.3 utihtiet luxury opt 2 pools tennil 4. 4
court, but to campus call 373-5941 Ask i'
for tuton or doug. (b.3t.140-p)

Room for rent for Summer Quarter :. .Kuw.S
Completely furnished 55.00 monthly
Sat i plus '.. utilities Coll 377-8521 osknfor
3:15-5:20 Gmny (h.5t.I<<).p)

Sun Cinema 1 2 big 2 bedroom opts to be sublet for the
7J5-t:30: 1,10 summer both are furnished t upstairs w-
ac near the med center lummit house
call 378-3626 or 376-3026 (b.3t. <<).p) 4
CrWUSBflONSONJROBERTOUVALL. | JU aAND, RAICY OLJAE1. JOHN HUSTON. ISHEREE NORTH,
2 FEMALE ROOMATIS NEEDED FOR FALL fis hf1 men of 1 fie brans belwtd hes i proposition M lew break ng fN big bola of fir a etee
I believe in love to share matter bedrm in ml vernon Opt. OeMhWitfi* Ire"Godfsfoer" I tar in ewape. twkirlrom thVteSth nykMKlprtton
67.50 + ',.util call 392-6909anytime (b- "i Last Detail(" Quvdi.

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block behind Norman Hall. Nice yard.
AC pets ok. $215 monthly include A RQBERTCHARTOFF-tRWIN WINKlER Production-BREAKOUT Co-Slarnng RANDY QUAID SHEREE NORTH
platonic, fraternal, s water. 373.9698 (b-5t..p. ) and I JOHN HUSTON I Music by JERRY GOLDSMITH Screenplay by HOWARD KREITStK*MARC NORMAN

FEMALE roommate needed to share ELLIOTT BAKER Produced by IRWIN WINKlER and ROBERT CHARTOFF Directed by TOM CRIESDONT
[maternal religious. WII! so room in beautiful poolside Hawaiian Vil
apt wired students starting. June 1 I. $57
JONVOtGHT mo 392-2114 nile 373.4788 (b.5t-.141-p. )

IS i:4oOse Sublet for lummer 2 br unfurn opt. June 2
I, 120 420 6 05
rent free $180 mo 378-9182 (b-5t..141-p. ) 8:10: 10:05N.W. ;

Needed mole roommate to shore 13th STREET end

breutifu)man. HuitarvwtrueCinema .. mobile. home own room ft ((4 bath 23rd BOULEVARD
central air 6 heat $70 + W util.
Available thru lummer.evenmgi } BE EMBARRASSED TO SPEND
2Molndrian call Mike 377.7641 (b.4t.139.p) '

f PG AVAIL FAllll .} kmy 96 MINUTES IN A DARK ROOM
NW bike, UF Brand new
2 bdr home to
lilting, Better hurryll!! WITH A HOOKER.
Pas. 3 bdr hornet NW NE Air, heat, furnished :.V5

HU business 4 bdrt-NW 2 Avail
$85 all util paid opt walk to UF
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.8pm 377-6992 YOU KNOW ABOUT SEX.
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A haute for the lummer ,very good
location call 376-2546 ask for dove. takeover
a w roar sewltrl tome rate $180 a month (b.5t141P -
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bd 2 bath opt and beat the heal! avail > -N
s (June 15 call 377.8295 opt 104 $205 per i./ _
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Pogo 18. Independent Florida Alligator, Friday, May 23,)US.

FOR RENT FOR RENTImmediate WANTED WANTEDWonted AUTOS LOST & FOUND

1 bdrm apt to tublet. Available June 1 IS. occupancy! mole or femur t Easy going female to share rm In 2 brI I or 2 bdrm house for single 72 Olds Delta 88 Royal: 2 dr hI, wh w bl Found" of keys near Lillian, ', on x mSt
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$I.s per mo. Frederick Gardens Aptt Own room. 103-mo. + 1.3 util, Until I opt start sept. 72.50 mo 1-3 utilities female with cat $100-123)( mo near vinyl top, pull power oc, om-fm new call 376-7331 to {
SW 6th Av.. Coll 372.7996 after 4:30 or Aug. Regency Ooki. Call 373-4318 or Coll 378-B186' (c-St-139-p)_ campus ot won 01 possible call 378- steel radials, excellent condition $2.500 PERSONAL
call opt. mgr (b-3t-14Q.p) 377-0176 after 3. Roomy. AC-pool (b..- Roomoles Needed neat & responsible 9843 or 392-0329) ask for sally (c-5t- Coll Bill 392-1263 (q-7l-140-pj)

PEACE AND QUIETI) own room 'in new 140-p) Summer; Fall to Spring; or both Two '39-p) ____ 63 VW with 56 mp 65 engine recently GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.f, 18
home with oc rural setting, for summer Male roommate JUNE fREEI! ..ubleaMfa t bedroom; Shag; nice' view. Country wonted: Female roommate to sublet overhauled great transportation $495 hours, $35; course repreotable free
or fall m't only. NO LEASE very mellow summer t keep for foil 2 bdrm :2 1 Garden Apts. convenient Rent 62 + 'I. room In large 3 bdrm, 2 bath apartment 3738223 (o.5t.I38.pl) Score 1000 bock.by Call the second 854-7466.try or(J-8T-your
376-3766 (b-3t-140-p)_ both furn oc Country Gardent $60( util" Coll Erie 378-OV1. (c-St-139.p) for summer. AC dishwasher, 74 Pinto Runabout like new, low 99-P money ((305))

Apartment for rent for the summer. $150 mo. + % ulil 376-0909 (b-5t-HO-p) Neat t mature gad std lo share big 2- pool tennis court; pets allowed mileage, $2450 negotiable Becky' days )
mo 3 blocks from campus NW 3rd Ave female roommate for summer, privoti wide M,H. Own large room, after 6 $63OOo monthplus',. utilities. Sue or 392-0777 nights 372-2013 (g-3t-14l-p. ) WIRED FOR SIGHT
(b-4>-140-p) room & bath, shag rug and all electric:, 378-0134 $85 mth \'A utls. for summer Joan 376-0566 (c-7l-l39-p' ) 1973 Grand Prix model J. Great running "The Eyeglass OPTICIANS Super Mart"UNIVERSITY

For Rent for Summer Vt of 2 bedroom neat quiet opt good price too rent it ond-ar fall (c-5t.I39.p) mole roomate to shore bdrm opt condition) Needs minor body work. .tth Av. 378-4480
300 SW
2 bath opt. nice opt 2 pools Hawaiian negotiable call Judy 3733150. (c-5t138p Students willing, to pay $235 for room summit house across frm thondi t VA (all electric) call Glenda at 37684 (m-50-53-c)
Village No. 324 phone 377-6192 after 8 ) ond meals thru summer. quarter I block summer only A-C pool bar-b-q 77 + '1 mon-frl, (g-3t-14l-p! )

pm (b-3t-140-p) Ig furn I bdrm ,in quiet, small temple D from campus, central air, co-op housing utilities Call anytime 373-8232 (c.5t. 1970 MGB 4-speed 28 mpg, 1 yr old ID PHOTOS.
Sublet for summer 2 BR Summit House near campus sublet jun thru oug col|II| Kim, at Clo. 372.9328 (c.I9t-133.pl) '139-p) _______ ___ conv. lop tope player good rubber- passports, resumes, and applications
Apis. Behind Med Center. Call 373-5413 377-0253 eve thru fri after 5-23 378-915(6 For Fall I or 2 females to shore 2 want to buy o It, wt. used 10 speed BIKE mech. cond. Inl. needs work $1000 firm natural tytle portraits. 377-0797 Ave. camera
studio 1219 W. Univ m-0l-
work (
(b-5t.141-p)_ day or eve (b-4t.l40-p) bedroom 2 bath opt. close to campus of foreign make ok If crappy conditioncall Greg 392-8303 anytime (g-3t-14.p| ) -

free _,h'! rent on 12 month 1 lease sublet: 3 br 2 bath kings creek, opt bK:2 country gardens call mary 373-9188 (c- Rich 373-7975 after I II) pm or In We buy good clean used cart. MILLER 91p)
beginning June 20 2 br unfurn. apt available, now 1 lease ends 8-31 option tot 5t.I38.p)_ morning (c-2M41-p) BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW 13 St. (g-16t-/ Scuba classes starling All scuba
$190 plus deposit carpet, air, pool pets renew, now or then, will negotiate. ,. > JUNE RENT FREE person needed to Mature female roomote wanted lum. 136-c) equipment provided soles service,
377.7805 (VI40-p) sublet bdrm Th. trips rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
extra. 378-1733 (b-2t-141-p) anytime 2 opt In Pines Luxury qtr own room oc 3 bib from campus.
sublease 2 bdrm furnished carpeted w living call after 3:30: 377-7488 for more $64 mnth + ', utilitiet. Coll gail at 373- PERSONAL"This Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen' Aquatic +

LEWIS opt now thru oug $160 negotiable, lorgt, info (c.IOt.I38.p) ._ 6337 (c-5t-l4l-p) it o new cycle of human Trail, h Center 126t 3448 W. Univ. Ave 373-9233
pool 'laundry On City area 373-3192.it Female roommates wonted summer qtr. mature responsible student to there 3 br power The gift of God to thit J Sm( )
e4ryCompany 248 or 378-3433 (b-i.-140-p) to share 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near opt fall-spring about $110 -t13 ex- enlightened age it the knowledge of the i I TYPING, EDITING These, Dlsser-
CLASS RINGS 2 female roommates mature share 2 bdr, Med center $64 mo 4 1.3 Mil., 373-5600 pen... own br should hove transportation oneness of mankind and of the fun Lotions Term Papers experienced typist,
DIAMONDSWATCH both apt gatortown $48 turn $61 fall 1-3 lc-3t-133p) __ 373-7649 John (c-21-Ul-p' ) demental oneness of religion." ma In englith. Ibm selectrk -- phone
REPAIRS util. call 377-8708 after. 5.00 pm (b-5t- female. roommate (s) wonted for sept 2 need two liberal roomotet for fall BoKo'l Writings (j-lt-142-c) 37 -054? (m-aOt-107-p) .

140-p) br duplex unfurn oc dishwasher own quarter In olomor gardentcoll 377.1159ask Will the person who took the notebook i I HORSES BOARDED: Little' FYoirie Ranch.
200 W. Unlvonity! Av.. summer sublet luxurious poolside 2 I room 92.50 50 dep share 50$ 25 dep for Brian or eric after 5:00: keep Wed at the Rein Union Cof please return>I Informal friendly roomy Malls, best feed
3724106pAOOt bdrm opt, furnished, BRANDYWINE Only, 2'/i' ml from UF call 377-7307 after 5 pm trying (c-5t-14l-p) them to the Info desk there Give me a'I t care. 6 ml e of ufo $73 mo. 376-4719.

$223. mo. oc, shag etc. call sharon 378- (Ic-31-1.2.p)_________ liberal, Responsible, Female To share break (|-2t-142-p) keep trying m-3t-140-p)
4260 (b5t-140-p) Female roommate wonted summer mobile home 4 mines of town In quiet Boon rm sod you couldn't go we' GROW GILLS Scuba Oat starts summer
ACTS FOR SUMMER quarter Brondywlne Apts, comfortable, country letting $75o'a\ util.' Available could have rocked the boat + not with 1 quarter., all equipment provided Including -
$ ART e rat blk lo uf(, I +2Ut, ,lease avlb Into fall, all conveniences... 2 bdr. 2 bath $67.95 June IK Call Brenda 377-2363 (c-5t-UI-' the motion of the ocean Now "I'll jutl 1' mask,fins, snorkel wetsuit, tank
cent air, shag newest close to uf +rio. + '-. utilities. Call 378-8293 (c142p -*. Pj) hove to rock alone another beaner (j-ll- regulator all air. B.C. International'

graduate opts 12.llw 4 eve, 378-1814 )_ female roommate needed Darting fall 142-p) certification, by P.ADI, textbook. Ourno
(b-IOt-136.p) Mole roommate, own bdr and bath in 2 quarter ot Regency Corks Will, hove own Rod. A year has come and gone In i new price $43 advanced registration
\ sublet 2.br. apt from June 15 bdr, 2 bath ppt. oc pool, fully furnished.. room In a 3 br opt. liberal person wouldbe lime at all. This weekend will be the i before the end of spring quarter $35 call
C beginning fall term; $150 mo. air, 3, $80 month June 372-1863 (c-5t- preferred Call now 377-34521 (c-3t- greatest I love you. Maria (|-lt-142-p)| Scuba Dynamics Exotic Sport for further

blocks from campus; real nice place to 1.2.p) 141-p) __ let us wash dry and fold your laundry for Info 377-8096 (m.l2t-14Q-p)
live call 378-4407 (b-5t-l41-p) One female roomote sep-un| 'lux. Compatible roommate needed Marling .23 Ib if you mention this ad. Norge i .perledtypi" will type term paper,
2 conserv. but fun roommates lo share Wlndmeodows Appts, somewhat serious fall quart. to share 2 bdrm, 2 bath with 2 laundry and Dry Ctoonert 2108 SW 13th i thesis or dissertation. Fast, accurate and
'Ig mar bdrm. priv. bath in 'lux. 3 bdrm. student call Jenny, 376-5099 (c-5t-1 12-p) other girls for only $60 a man. at country St (t-10t-142-p) dependable service ot reasonable rate

opt for lummer. call 373-9908 far details SUMMER SUBLET: June rent free, move manor. apt. Please call Jill or Jocelyn'. Sunshine! joe, schmoe and t could| Coll 373- 923. (m-3t-138-p)
(b-51-Ml-p' ) ui June ,10. Two bedroom opt, AC, DW 373-3882 anytime (c-5t-Ul-p) never hove mode it without you the pent>I "BEAT THE RUSH. BE SURE YOUR
look ot our rental listings on houses, shag. pool, 'large walled in patio, pets I 2 roomatet to share 3 bedroom haute 8 months. "I'll always love you and i In I REPORTS MANUSCRIPTS, DISSERI .
mobile homes, and opts before you pay ok. toll 372.9803 after 7. (c-3t-142-p) close to campus rent it 65.00 per mono + Alabama, too. love Moses ((|-lt-142-p)I I TATONS & THESES ARE TYPED EARLYt

anyone a fee Joel Bridges, realtor'404) NEED roommates or place for fall close' 1-3 of util. call 3734)924) Mike available International College for Hypnosis' Call 377-2233 or Debbie 377-7806 or
SW 4th Ave (b-fr-127-c) to campus, females call wendy 392-7432 ,now through Aug (c-5t-l41-p' ) Studies, Inc. announces its opening fall Sandi 3783754.m3t139p( )

IIMUST SUBLET APTIII I bdr, o* private (C-2M42-C) roommate mature neat responsible term 1975.> Professional training in
Ride a horse at TALL OAKS STABLE $3.00
x patio, fun.o'a\ June rent free! $148 monl Quiet female student to shore I bedrm student to share 2 bdrm furn, opt foll- medical' 'legal and psychological' on hour miles, of trails also boarding 4952240 -
This summer live near computl CAU oc opt. June 15th Option to continue fall spring with arch grad student' Hawaiian hypnosis Bachelor degree required for (m-sr-102-p)
373-9317 (b.2t.UI.p) thru, next year. Near Med. Center Call Village call Don 377-9988 (c-3t-141-p) admission. Stare board approved. Non

quiet male roommates wonted now and lee 3777013. (c.3t-T4Q.p)_ 2 responsible female roomatet for I profit. P.O. Box 011221.' Miami, Fla. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.f. 20
for fall. 2 br opt summit house K2 Female Roommate to share Mailer Bdrmin mmer. Gatorwood opts $63 month 4 33101. Tel. ((305)) 932-2233 ext. 1365 ((1-| hours, $70. Half of our students scored
$49.75-month and '/. utilities,' call Mickey 2 Bdrm 2 Both beautiful Apt. For utilities. Coll 378-7870 (c-3t-14t-p) ",- 27-p) over 600, Course repeatable free, 70 pt.

or Dove 378-7676 In evenings (b-St-HO- summer and or next year. $80 mo. + 1-3 roomote wanted for summer qt,. In 2bdr. unbelievable stud service) you can not Improvement by the second try or your
bock. Attend first class free
For rent 2 bdrm one bath oc carpet Dishwasher uhf 392-9395 lynn (c.5t.I..o.p) l 1.14 bath townhouse at in the plnet miss this opportunity of a life time call .money obligation. Call ( ) 834-7466. (mBT-, no
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376-1248 ask for bony stove. mark, Ctrl
beginning June first coil 377- available now. own room In poolside private bdr. $103 mo.o'a\ util. call 99-P)
SUGAR 8582 $180 per month (b-5t-14l-p) opt. for summec. $6500 a month or dennis or dove 373-7777 (c-5l-Ut-p) or scon (l-lt-142-p)
JUNE RENT FREE Sublet 2 bdrm apt. shore room for $40,00 no 1 lease, come by photographer seek female oM. follow BINDING unique service, books; t
{ COOKIES FRENCH QUARTER 'IV* both central oc, after 3:30: landmark No 49 (c-5t-140-p) HELP WANTEDExperienced Illinois fair July till sept camping. (journals, personal' name call ENGLISH

no dogs move 6-13 call 378-4306 after Your own room 1, 2, or .3 people for tractor driver. mowing, outdoor cooking 'live music nice> people BINDERY for free estimates .373-6456
2 30 for info. ; interesting' fun summer Jay' 372-7008 377-6260 (m-25l-l26-p)
(b-3t-l41-p' ) summer house, garden woodshop; harrow etc., hauling hay; fence bldg;
of finest Eugene McCarthy lives! Former senator HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
WANTEDGCXD yard one g'ville rent only etc. Hours to suit academic, tchedule.
$40-$50 per Chris or Steve 373-6514.1 (c.5t..o.p Phone 376-6339 evening de-5t-138-p( ) from Minn, It heading on independent AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
t SILVER Top prices paid tor'clOll ) ticket for president for info write McCarthy ABILITY STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
rings, old jewelry, etc. confideotial Coll Models wonted odv-glamor figure paid 76, Box u-750. Tallahassee (m-fr.Ul-p)
OZZtE 373-3894 (t-49t-103-p) mole roomote to share large bedroom in training full or port time phone silver Florida 32313 (|-2l-141-p. )
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SEC COMPOSITE TNTEACONFRREttrii! RECORD By AUI&atorSenlca

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Football BasketbAll. Swimming Wrestling 1 ennessee edged Alabama by one point. 60-59, in the yearlong
Track
8 PP' POI Baseball Tennis Golf competition for the "Bernie Moore Trophy", which
Pts' Pos Pta POI Pis' POI Pts: Poe Pts Ptes
the finest
symbolizes all-around sports program in the
Southeastern Conference (SEC).
r 6 1st 1 rd 8 rd 8 6th 60 The race was one of the closest in the 11 years that the SEC

4 has recorded the overall results.
th 8t 1
+t Trd UF WAS A close third with 57'/i points with four schools

close for the other top half spots.
s 2n 9th 1-1st 1st fA Auburn was fourth with 49V4 Kentucky and LSU tied for

11 r 8 66t 4 1-6th 8 4'b' fifth with 49 Georgia got seventh with 46 Mississippi was
Trd next with 24 while Vanderbilt finished ninth with 21l/a, and

Ole Miss brought up the rear with 14/.
T- 4 11 h h 6 8t hb
The scoring system after merging cross country with indoor

h 6t and outdoor track award points on a 10-9-S-7-6-5-4-3-2--
1-3rd 1st 10 1-6th 2nd 4 1 basis.
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11 8th The Vols scored their 60 points over the full school year of
2nd let 5th 6 46
SEC competition in ten sports by winning championships in

-b- am No track,swimming, and cross-country placing third in baseball
eaai 1-3rd 10t 1 T-6th h 2 24to
tennis and wrestling tying for third in basketball, running

h 2 1-6th 10th 1o fourth in indoor track sixth in golf and tying for seventh in
football.

Alabama won football and the Gators won wrestling Indoor
No eam No team 5th 6 1-9th 1 1i 4
track, and golf and tied for first in tennis with Georgia. '

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By MARK JOHNSON diamond will be grassed over and
Alligator Sports Writer the fences in center field will be moved in "to
make the ball field look like a baseball field"in
Judging from his first week as head coach the words of Bergman.
I of the Gator baseball team Jay Bergman maybe Other improvements include a seperate
I making more changes this year than the baseball dressing room to replace the facilitiesnow
[head nurse in a maternity ward. shared by the baseball and track teams a
"Anytime you hare a new coach there are new Scoreboard with more information
I going to be some changes made" Bergman (including a linescore). sunken dugouts to
said and nowhere will these differences be replace the field level benches.an expandedair
more apparent than in the alterations being conditioned press box a new machine
I planned for Perry Held. and a new batting cage.
HOME OF the Gators for over 25 yean the "WE FEEL like we've got to get the field ina
I ball park has remained pretty much the same comparable state with schools we're ,

over the years.The slope at the base of the left recruiting against, Bergman said. "Florida p -----.
field fence the practice baseball diamond in Southern plays in a major league ball park.
the outfield, and the wide open spaces in Miami plays on astroturf-and these are the PRESENT LEFT HELD' INCLINE AT PERRY RED I
center field (over 440 feet between home plate schools we're competing with. We're not .". .will bo leveled off In one of several alternations
and the fence) have been as much a part of going to try to outdo the Joneses; we're just
Perry Field over the last quarter century as trying to get our field in an equitable state." raise it like we always do," Bergman said. "Number two the players; would miss less
the presence of Dave Fuller leading the troops The expansive, changes slated for Perry "First of all we're going to have to get class time. When you play during the day and
I from the Gator dugout.But Field are still in the thinking stages at this estimates on what the cost is going to be." you have a 5th, 6th or 7th period class you
now that Fuller has retired and time, but Bergman anticipates no problem in NOT ONLY does Bergman hope to aid the have to skip, it makes it rough.
Bergman has stepped up to replace him the getting the field ready for practice next fall. recruiting program next season but he also "CERTAINLY IT will increase community
old ball park'will be getting a major facelift. "Right now I don't know how we're going hopes to increase local support through interest plus it will increase your student
The slope in left field will be leveled off the 'to raise the money; we're just going to have toI better scheduling and some innovative Interest. Usually students are either in class in

'promotions. the afternoon or they're out involved in some
"We plan to play more Sunday afternoonsfor activity such as playing tennis or swimming
one thing" Bergman said. "We're also or maybe even doing homework."

AII-SEC released going to have a grease pig contest, some One shortcoming with night baseball wouldbe
I team chipping and hitting contests, give aways, and the small admission fee the team would
parent days. Of course while we're going to have to charge in order to pay for electricity
try to promote community interest I think the but Bergman forsees no real difficulties with
by Alligator Services: ace and a strikeout leader; ERA, and catcher Marvis first way to do this is to put a winning team on the system. '
LSU and Ole Miss one-two outfielder. Pat Ball, league Foley hitting .352. Van- the field. We're not trying to make a circus or "Those schools that have done so have
f ams in the West. placed 'leader in home runs with ten; derbilt places second anything." found that their crowds are bigger now than
ree-men each on the 1975 and catcher Danny Starr a baseman Gene Menees Another project Bergman has in mind is. before they started charging." he said. "They
H-SEC baseball team picked three season-starter as a batting .301 and tied for the lighting Perry Field for night baseball a goal don't charge a lot,.but the people that pay
Py the ten head' coaches. The junior. lead in stolen bases with 22. which may be accomplished as early as 1977.; tend to stay a little longer and get more in-
asfs. '123.4 teams Georgia' places a ,pair of and a' three-year All-SEC "I THINK the lights right now are not a volved." ... '
eorgia outfielder Rick Duncan ,reality; they're not economically feasible"
Tennessee Ken. outfielders Larry Littleton man,
uckI Vanderbilt...;.. rated with nine home runs and a hitting .348 and pacing the Bergman said."I think'when we do that.we'll BERGMAN ALSO, hopes that night
baseball will WRUF to
wo each and UF:one., .317 average, and Bubba SEC in total hits ((73)) and have to make that our one big project for the the prompt radio once again.begin
broadcasting
Honored ((51)). UF's David 'years. I'd like to see the community involvedin games on
RBI's
Tigers are pitcher Wilson, batting .322. Tennessee Schedule conflicts with the 6:00 hews and a
at Moock Con- Bowden, .342, is utilityman. some way because there are no other
with has
9-0 shortstop
a
won. fields in town. lack of sponsors were cited as the reasons for -efennessee
o St record and a 1.88 ERA; dredge Holloway, the league'stop Duncan and Foley are lighted the cancelation of the broadcasts.
'Int baseman Steve Rank hitter at .396 and DH repeaters Foley rating the '74 "There are several reasons why night games
['"Ing '..349 and third Rick Honeycutt No. 2-at team and Duncan both 73 would be hlpful. Number one. the crowds "Miami. Auburn Georgia Tennessee.
Neman Wally .386. offers 'theleague's and '74. LSU coach Jim would be larger. Most people are working Georgia: Sgulerpt! and,Florida .State all have
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$ ,.32J. o tb.ta.re best battery in. ,Smith "as votedSEC,9ftch *
itch"Mike'Park-control pitcher Ed McCaw with a 0.73 of.the-Ye"t foi -1975- ball' park during'the Jday. (See 'Pace/ift' page 20)197L75



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PLAYER G AB R H 28 l! !!!1 I'll.. 88 S8 AVG. "
Roger!) Holt, 55 Ita 170 38 60 5" 5 3 2'S jl; 10 7fi3 \j
DavId Bowden, 38-2B 1t5 160 24 54 8 2 I 2126 I .338
Terry Jones, Rf-LF-CF 44 155 30 .1t7 It 0 0 19 17 7 .30). SERVICE. 317.0722
John Cortese, 28 46 175 29 50 7 2 3 33 20 4 286 10AM. 6PM
Jim Shulock, C-OH 1t3 169 25 48 '8 I '4' 24 8 2 .284 7 DAYS A WEEK
Joel Hurrle, If-Cf 45 162 27 45, 9 ,.3 3 20 27 tJ .277
Salllltrl Rick, Cf 43 136 25 '37 6 I 3 ,17" 9 3 .272 377.Q992-1062 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.

Jim JolnerOH-Lf-C-3B 1t2 117 24 130 ,4 1 8 28... 21. 1 .256
Bill flnney,3B-IB-RF-DH 31 105 lit 23 0 It o. 9' 8 0. .219 ', TRAVEL'AMTRARPLANESIIIP' '
UNIVERSITY CITY .
PLAYERS WITH LESS THIN BO.AT-BATS. _
David RasselDH-lf 22 57 12 19 .5 ,1 1 3 15 7 0 .33 t
Guy Slnlcropl,38. 4.3 0 t 0 0. 0 0 o. 0 '.333
Bob Zaleski DH-IB 16 1t9 5 16 1 I 1 13' .It 0 .327 523 W. University Ave.
Eric'Hlller, P-OH 23 23 3 5' 0 1 0 I 6 0 .217 Gainesville, fla. 92601
JB.Caldwell IB 37 77 13 16 4 I 1 10 13 I .208 3774226ELECTRONIC
Keith Horcroft Cf-Rf 10 d 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 .125 i---------- IuJ) ---------. .
Craig PlpplnP 18 2 0 0 0 ,0 .0 0 0 0 .000 I '
t David Williams, C I 1"1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 ENGINE I I
Greg Haag, 28 2 I. 0 0 0 0'' 0 .0 0 0 .000 IlfRiJ ANALYSIS WITH EACH ''I t
Greg Helsterman,55 1- I 0 0 0 0, 0.: 0 0 0 .000 1 I TUNE-UP 1 ;\

't John .Chappell P 17 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0. 0 0 .000 I ,.. 1t$2 N. MAIN ST.., FHONf m-d347 I ,1' :A
+ Bruce BakerP 16 0 0 0 '0'O 0 0 0 0 .000 ... 'II M
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,, Wilkie SmlthP lit' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0.000 ::1
HIke McCarthy.p 11 0 '0 0' 0 0 0' 0 0 0.000
s FLORIDA TOTALS 48 1571 271 452 61 3 2) 30 235 202 40 .288 New in Gainesville
OPPONENT TOTALS 48 1538 261 413 67 '15' '24 224 252 lt6 .269. .
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PITCHING STATISTICS G W l IP H 'R ER BB SO ERA
Baker I{ 7-1 711/3.. 63 21 12 23 27 WI REAL MEXICAN .;'
SmIth lit 1-3 452/3 43 __.25 18 30 18 3.55.
McCarthy 11 It-I 56 2/3 56. 39 31 30 22 4.92 FOOD,
PIppin 17 2-8 83 2/3 89 61. 50 66. 62 5.38
Hiller 13 1t-2 49 2/3 53 41 31 34 33 5.62
Chappel.l ,...'.. .' 17 1t-8 79 1/3 88 59 '51 60 45 5.79 Village Square
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Wilson I 0-0 I 3' 3. 2 '0 27.00 ,
Tyler .1' 0-1 4 6 4 2 1 1 -
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OPPONENT TOTALS ItS 25-23 395 453 27.' 219 202 233 y'.t fI yN. 0\?-:t III"" A AWy

_' Tigers tangle in NCAA tourney .f'I'.n&'' per.4.ou'tenIrtrogrto '140a) ,!
Bet**Flat XlNf. .'
Put STVL8 LUNCMfi *rib ,
The baseball team of double-elimination round of the losers play'at 2 p.m.. then again a half hour after the OSNNtn5s: taatwtrl: the '1'
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Louisiana State University the South Regional at Stark- the winners at 5:30.: Then at first Sunday game is finished. +9Nury gMeuU crart BURGER of broad ,
(LSU), which defeated ville. Miss. Friday with the 8:30: the winner of that first LSU,WINNER of the SEC w.tk4sr. ''WM.ktt'ICIs
Georgia for the Southeastern Ohio Valley champion, game' faces the loser of the Western Division with a 19.3 M
Conference (SEC) cham. Murray State, at 5:30: CDT. second for the right to meet league tecord, 'trimmed 5 _" i
pionship, competes in the Friday's second game has the lone undefeated team on Georgia winner in the East
NCAA tournament for the Florida State, rated no. I in Sunday. They tangle at 2 with an 11.4 mark, in two oflJrM
first time this week. The the nation, meeting Miami, p.m., then if another game is ''straight games for the conference -
Tigers open the four-team! rated no. 7, at 8:30.: Saturday required, they square otT title.'The Tigers'won
b'S in ten innings at Baton
I 'Facelift'-/ Rouge then 8.3 in seven SUNFLOWER

renovations and the altered scheduling is to innings at Athens, after the '
4., increase local interest and promote UF second game was rained out HEALTH. FOODS
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page baseball to high school and junior college while they were ahead 6-1 in I Hoffman A Welder
r .".. their games on the radio, and there's no recruits. Hopefully those prospects will sign, the bottom of the,fifith. Hi Pro Products
''1 reason why we shouldn't also," Bergman said. thus improving the team and adding still Paul Stefan, relief pitcherfor Natural Vitamins, Minerals
"You know Florida State not only had their further to fan support and better recruiting as LSU in both games which Hubs Dairy Products
games on radio, but they,also televised seven the dizzy dance continues ad infinitum. counted, set the Bulldogs Books Cosmetics "
home games this year. With the facilities we "We'll have to go one thing at a time, but I down with just I three, hits ih
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have at this school, 1 see no reason why we don't think it will be too much," Bergmansaid. nine innings at Baton Rougeand 7 w... Unl......, Av.. Downtown
can't do the same thing." "Once we get the spring recruiting out of with none in one and two GoIIMWIII.rl"- ..... 371. 171
What Bergman hopes to do with the field the way, we'll start to move." thirds innings at Athens.
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