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Bill can affect last term .preqnancies fetuses

By TERRI SALT Ketchum said to his knowledge this probability decision best" she added.
Alligator Staff Writer applies to the entire pregnancy. THE BILL probably won't directly affect abortions in
r Eleanor Mitchell, a staff member of the committee,said the Gainesville because the women's health center performs the
, Alone and scared, a young woman discovers she is bill can be related to the case in which a Boston doctor was operation only in the first three months of pregnancy and only
:y; pregnant.She indicted for manslaughter after performing an abortion. one doctor in town performs the saline solution method with a
lives in a small town and doesn't know where to seek Dr. Kenneth Edelin, a physician at Boston City Hospital, 19-week limit.
help. She finally finds an abortion clinic'only. to be told she was indicted for killing a fetus during a legal abortion. The Gainesville Women's Health Center uses the vacuum
\/ has come too late. Mitchell said the Supreme Court's ruling on the Edelin case aspiration method where the fetus passes through a.narrow
TIllS COULD HAPPEN to many women if the Florida may answer questions raised by the committee proposal.IN tube.
!1 Legislature passes a bill unanimously approved by the Senate EFFECT, the bill may discourage doctors from per "At that stage the embryo is undeveloped.There's is no wayit
Criminal Justice Committee outlawing abortion in the final forming abortions because they would be afraid of being held can live outside the womb:' David explained.
three'months of pregnancy and requiring doctors to try saving accountable for their actions, said Betsy David, coordinator of IIOWEVER, THE CENTER does counsel women and
aborted babies if there is a "probability of survival outside its the Gainesville Women's Health Center. refer them to doctors who do perform. abortions in later
! mother's womb." David explained, "The problem is when doctors get scared pregnancy stages.
Mike Ketchum staff director of the committee, said, "He and feel their rights are being infringed upon. by legal "Our (referral)) patients are being affect by these laws,"
I (the doctor) has to use his best medical judgment" to guidelines."
i c: determine if there is a probability of saving the fetus. "It should be up to the doctor and woman to decide what is (See 'Abortions,' page seven)

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Rallies in black and white

Abernathy leads ByJOEMORANAlligator Staff Writer Klan combats

PENSACOLA The Southern Christian Leadership
Conference (SCLC), the Ku Klux Klan, and George Wallacewere
all present in this usually quiet panhandle city over the
Memorial Day weekend without major incident.
blacks protesting The SCLC and the Klan both held evening rallies where black protests at
speakers addressed the issues of racial tension, racism, individual -
rights and the Vietnamese refugees.
SPECTATORS AT both of the rallies responded with
shouts of"tell it like it is, brother,"and "amen."
'unsolved' deaths The two events, either of which might have produced Pensacola rally
violent reactions during the turbulent 1960's, presented
striking parallels in the midst of ideological polarity.
Both of the marches and rallies featured nationally
prominent leaders of their organizations, as well as local .

leaders. .-... ,..
.: DR. RALPH ABERNATHY flew in from Atlanta and was
met at 'the airport by a delegation of black leaders and
..t.( ''. ':'f'iii': ".. newsmen.
yta Ne : Ii< Imperial Wizard of the United Klans of America Robert
"" P :0r"'i Shelton, drove in from Tuscaloosa in his plush motor home
". ." r.r.-.. .. ...r and was met at an auto raceway by local and state Klan
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h '" '; '," Abernathy left the airport immediately Friday for down- ,
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i ." .'.. against racism through the center of downtown. ". } ,, .. :.
SIIELTON WHO WAS to lead the Klan march 0 ;
expected t "
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f .. along the same parade route used by the blacks the previous : : 'J''. .r ,
1. ., .. day camped on the raceway grounds and worked on his "" .,.,JIj o:... "1". .. / .
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camper and slept while his followers marched. : .
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-.4.. .I!<'W.. : ; The Klan march began only 15 minutes after the originally ''J'"' P! .

(. )Jf fl "! t scheduled time with 200 marchers, about 100 of them in )< \ ." I. ..
"N.Ji! 1 :_ ; hoods and'robes. The all-black SCLC march contained about j f'' '..:. ..'f "
i ; 100 individuals. -

J. "...'""... .,"" .: 9irt1 i ia. ...5,+.. i. '. IJURING THE SCLC march an elderly white woman was <,,. ... .i.iC't. ,. i. .
I. .J., !.<.',.'... """ ".''.'::I"' 1 harassing a photographer, accusing him of reporting the ,. .. .'...,.,. .. ',
I"""'">. P ... ,".:' the sidewalk during the Klan parade, a black youth saidto < '' t
A a companion,"1 wish 1 had a,22." w. :,... ...1'.1' : \
... chanted and called .. : i).j
., The black marchers to photographers
,..r.., .,.."\.!it1.gi.\: ..". ;..;.'.'.(;."i', .., .' i .."" ;;; on the sidewalks while the Klansmen marched in near-total : !", \
'; 'hi. \.t"" ; .. <. ., .. !' {::: i silence, some shielding their faces from cameras.
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IIIiE'Y "' .If ; THE KLAN MARCH dispersed when it had reached its
,"'" i : "i'be' ..': destination but the black procession filed into a public squareto
:Iifj" : : hear speeches.The .
,, black leaders questioned the logic of accepting
::' 4 Vietnamese refugees and orphans into the country when
minorities in the U.S. are already in desperate need.
'A local Klan leader told an assembled crowd of suppportersthe
-.-' evening following the march "these gooks (will) take away .
photo by |ohn moronSCLC the nl gers'welfare money,.and the niggers will kill them." photo by John moron


..'against racism" Sep, 'Rally./ and related story page four) ,'the Invisible empire'

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Panel votes to impeach O'Malley

), TALLAHASSEE Fla. (UPI)-The House impeachment companies-and voted 3-2 for a fourth, claiming that he took

committee voted unanimously Monday to recommend that $560 from a company with a regulatory matter pending before

Florida 1 Insurance Commissioner-Treasurer Thomas D.
i O'Malley be impeached and removed from office for using his him.House Speaker Donald L. Tucker, D-Tallahassee, said the

f State Cabinet post for personal profit. House will meet next ,Monday to decide whether O'Malley'scase
TREASURERTOM O'Malley declined comment on any of the 21 articles of should be referred to the Senate for trial Tucker intendsto
+ x.4 flu it impeachment considered by the committee. He has stead- adjourn the 1975 legislative session next Friday, a week

fastly maintained his innocense of any wrong-doing, and won ahead of time, and to dismiss all business except im-
I O'MALLEY re-election last November despite an indictment set for trial peachment when the 120 members reconvene next ,week.

early next month charging him with taking $10,000 in I It f the House votes by two-thirds majority to impeach him,
denies all "unlawful compensation"failing to report it, and influence O'Malley will ,be immediately suspended from office without

[ 21 counts of peddling. salary pending Senate disposition of his case. Chief Justice
b rM ,,. #Rf Wading into the list of impeachment allegations the James C. Adkins, or a Justice designed by him, would then
ImDeachmentarticles committee voted unanimously for the first threeallegingthat gavel the S rante into an inpeachment trial sometime after the

he solicited accepted and did not report between $800 regular session!: ends, and it would take another twothirdsvote

and SI,000 in campaign contributions from insurance to oust..O'Malley from office.


4.v i I Ford shows energy plan tonightWASHINGTON I

(UPI) month earlier but he has postponedthe
President Ford will address the nation further hike twice, to give

ftesdayjcapsulej Tuesday night.to announce his next Congress time to draft an alternative tigrf4
move in a battle with the Democratic to' the fuel saving measures he

controlled Congress over energy proposed last January.
/ conservation legislation, the White Ford's address will come with
House said Monday: Congress in the midst of a 10-day
Ford scheduled his speech for 8:30: Memorial Day recess and on the eve
p.m. EDT; from his Oval Office at the of his departure for a week long tour ;r
Movies have killed White House with live coverage of four European capitals., '
expected on nationwide radio' and
television. The White House said he If Ford chooses to lift the oil import : ;itW.

burlesque : strip queenORLANDO would speak about 10,minutes. tariff to $2 per barrel administration

The White House statement said officials have said gasoline prices .,
(UPI) Tempest Storm, queen of the Ford would "announce his decisionson would go up a penny and a half a :
bumpers and grinders, the strip world's superstar primps his energy program in the absenceof gallon, other petroleum products .. ., .... ,. ,,
herself in her luxurious suite and purrs: "Burlesque per set any Congressional action.." There prices would climb and many con- a' dx :+; 'OJ ; ; /

has had it." was no hint of what he would do. sumers would have to pay more for t

It's hard to believe, looking at this cream-skinned beauty However, aides said the President higher production and distributioncosts.
with piles of flame-red hair while she sips coffee in a fog-thin would disclose whether he has .

negligee and prepares for her next show. At 45. Miss Storm's decided to impose an additional $1 These officials said the President '-<, --
figure, is still a sensational 40-21.34 and she remains the per barrel tariff on imported crude f felt higher prices would cut con PRESIDENT FORDto
queen of burlesque. oil. Ford originally planned to do that sumption and reduce U.S. reliance on I
But she is a queen with little left of a kingdom. March I I. after a similar increase a foreign oil. use TV radio talk to answer Congress

"The name 'burlesque' doesn't have the impact it used to .
have when all the theaters had orchestras and chorus lines
Powerful quake rocks Atlantic I
and comedians" said the woman who took the art of strip-

ping to Carnegie Hall. "The hard core movies have hurt. .

"You can't compete with these movies." she said. "It's two MADRID (UPI) The world's strongest earthquake in 'Richter Scale.

different types of entertainment" Storm said. "Now you just recent years shook the Atlantic Ocean floor between the
have a drummer and taped music and a girl,comes out and Azores and the Iberian peninsula Monday sending some "It was one of the strongest in the past three years." Prof.
takes everything and dances a couple of choruses." island residents fleeing into the streets and sparking early Baath said. "There have been a number of 7.7s and 7.8s but
Except Tempest. She nevers drops, her g-string. fears of a tidal wave. the last highest was an 8.5 near Formosa in 1972."

Storm this weekend finished a three-week return There were no immediate reports of casualties or serious A spokesman for the U.S. National Earthquake In-

engagement at the Lux Theatre, a blue-movie house in damage several hours after the 5:12: a.m. EDT quake. formation Center in Golden, Colo., said it recorded the
downtown Orlando where she was arrested twice in 1971 Markus Baath the director of the Siesmological Institute in tremor at 8.0 on the Richter Scale. He called it a "great anddangerous"
amid considerable publicity:" for refusing to wear pasties. Uppsala Sweden said the quake reached 7.9 on the open-end quake.



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; :, House speaker supportsstudent-regentbill m

By DEBBIE IBERT proposal will be heard betore the close of this year's legislative bill is to "get through the senate-with either'three, two or
Alligator Staff Writer session. one" student regent.It .

...... Legislative leaden, including Tucker have expressed the seems like the bill "might very well pass" the senate,
'::, hope of finishing,off this session by .Friday, a week,earlier Gordon added.
::' Proposals to put one or more students'on the ,Board of than the scheduled adjournment of June 6. Tucker said even if a provision for three student regentswas
Regents picked up some powerful support Monday when the Any bills which haven't been considered by the time the approved by the senate, the house would "probably
speaker of the house promised to place the studentregentbills legislature closes will be dead for this year but they could be amend the bill"to provide for only one student on the board.
high on the house agenda."I carried over and placed on the calendar for the next legislative Gordon replied he would be "a disappointed if his
think It's'a good idea to have a student regent," said session. bill were amended but said he felt having one student regent
Donald Tucker;D-Tallahassee, but added he would rather. GORDON SAID the main objective for his student-regent would be better than none.Repairs .
see. one student-not three- placed on the board.A ._ .
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BILL BY Rep.,Bill Nelson D-Melbourne, to put one .
Construction of tunnel between the
student on the board is still sitting in the House Ap- a passenger
Hospital and the UF Health Center will close
propriations Committee.A similar bill by Sen. Jack Gordon, ,
two l lanes of Archer Road beginning Malcom Randall
D-Miami, which 'provides for three ,student regents, is i
director of the Veterans Admistration Hospital said.
awaiting debate on the senate floor.
closeArcher l The westbound lane will be closed for approximately six
Tucker said he plans to put Gordon's bill on the house's I .
weeks from S.W. 16th Street to Center Drive. Then ,the
"special order" calendar as soon as it clears in the senate,
eastbound lane will be closed for the following six weeks,
even though he.said he thinks three student -regents is too Randall said.
many. ,' .. lanes I
The tunnel,which is already one fourth should
"I don't think the bill will pass with three,"Tucker said. "I \"',' .' be finished by'January, Randall said.
prefer to try one student regent first-see if it works. ,Itwouldn't
The tunnel will allow pedestrians and patients. travel
be hard to 'more on.
put from the hospital to the health center without crossing Archer
BY SENDING THE BILL straight to the house floor, Road.
without delays in committee Tucker would'insure Gordon's:

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By MICHAEL BRADLEYand public occasions. THE LAST LEG of the trip took the motorcade through i
JOE MORAN Klan officers wore colored robes signifying their rank in the "the blocks" a predominately black, residential area near
of this area also stood on the side of the
multi-colored downtown. Residents
Alligator Staff Writers organization. Several wore white robes with
stripes at the hems. road to observe the spectable. Black youths laughed and
The Dixie Restaurant lives up to its name. JOHN PAUL ROGERS,the Grand Dragon of the Realm of jeered; the passing Klansmen. The more elderly watched in
Outside, a wooden sign bearing two Confederate flags Florida, wore a green robe with red yellow, black, and white silence.' ,
STARTED of a hill over-looking the
THE MARCH on top
advertises'catfish dinners and hush puppies. stripes. "
INSIDE THE SMALL and uninviting white building, three? Several men, including one brandishing a bull.whip, wore ,downtown district and proceeded along the one-mile,lengthof
large Confederate flags are tacked to the walls. black robes.Although. the main street.
On the wall behind the cash register are several it is against Klan law to reveal the significance of As city policemen on motorcycles rode ahead to block the
photographs of Alabama Gov. George Wallace, autographedwith the various colors and stripes, one white-robed member was .intersections, the march began in near total silence, the
thanks for past support. heard to say as another slipped into his black satin, "Look's Klansmen marching slowly and solemnly and the spectators
And if the point hasn't been made clear enough, a sign on like we got a lot of Night Hawks here today." looking on in awe.
the cash register proclaims: THIS IS KLAN COUNTRY. BOTH STEVE STEPHENS and Grand Dragon Rogers As the procession reached the 'midpoint of its course,
Steve Stephens, owner of the Dixie Restaurant, is 'an commented that all the satin material in Mobile and Pen- elderly whites applauded from he steps of a downtown hotel.
avowed and ardent member of the Ku KluxKlan in Pensacola. sacola had been exhausted in outfitting the new Klan Behind them, a black employe of the hotel watched in silence.
KLANSMAN STEPHENS would nct say how many members for today's parade and rally. MORE ELDERLY whites applauded. The Klansmen
members the Klan has in Pensacola or what his rank in the "We got so many new people I even ran out of membership accepted the applause and the taunts' without response.A .
organization is. applications," Stephens said. girl, about 20, walked alongside the marchers in solitary
In Pensacola the Invisible Empire, as the Klan refers to The motorcade was waiting for the arrival of Imperial protest, carrying a placard reading, "Ban the Klan."
itself, is not usually as visible as it is within the walls of the Wizard Robert Shelton the Tuscaloosa factory worker who Near the end of he parade route another young white
Dixie Restaurant.At broke from previous KKK organizations to found the United woman called from the sidewalk, "Your day is over. Power to
least not until this past weekend when months of racial Klans of America in 1961. the people."
tension in this panhandle city brought the Klan into the open. SHELTON ARRIVED in his green Winnebago ten ANOTHER IIECKLER, a long-haired male with a wife
THE NOVEMBER DEATHS of five National Associationfor minutes beford the motorcade was to depart. Following him and child shouted "Why don't you people grow up. Did
the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) officials was another Winnebago with Alabama license plates and a Halloween come early this year?"
from Atlanta during a fishing trip in Pensacola Bay, the blue and white tag on the rear reading "Governor's Staff, Meanwhile his wife pulled at his arm trying to lead him
killing of a young black man by a white deputy sheriff, and 19711975." away.
the unsolved strangulation murder of a black woman have led The Imperial Wizard, however, was not to be in the i in
At the end of he route, a flea market was progress. One
to numerous black protests, marches 'and a boycott of motorcade or to participate in the parade. Shelton was goingto
of the sellers at the market walked out to Rogers at the
downtown Pensacola stores. sleep first then work on his Winnebago.
of the procession'and presented him with a large wooden
The most vehement white reaction to the black protestscame Shelton later told reporters he very seldom marches and in "
mallet to use as a gavel or"as a super nigger knocker.
Saturday with a downtown parade of a hundred robed fact has worn his robe only about three times. .
and hooded Klansmen and an evening recruiting rally and SHORTLY AFTER 9:30: ,,the KKK T-shirt concession at AS THE PARADE reached its destination at the Municipal
crossburning.At the race way was closed and the motorcade pulled out onto Auditorium, overlooking Pensacola Bay, the marchers
about 8 a.m.,Saturday Klansmen began gathering at the Pine Forest Road, led south toward Pensacola ,by Sheriffs dispersed.Several robed and hooded Klansmen stepped up to
Five Flags Speedway north of town in Escambia county. deputies on' motorcycles 'and: in patrol can, I a standard a black operated concession in the market to purchase cold
SMALL GROUPS OF men,some with their families, stood procedure for all parades.The drinks.
around cars emblazoned with KKK emblems. Some cars were ten mile motorcade route passed through a couple of A couple of blocks back as the end of the line filed by, a
adorned with American and Confederate flags and two cars outlying middle-class communities.. Along the highway were woman was scrutinizing the passing faces of the Klansmen.
supported red wooden crosses on their roofs. signs reading "Get US out of the UN," and "Jerusalem in "They're here, Poppa," she told her father in a distressed
The ground rules for photographers in the motorcade's Miniature St. Bernard's College, Cullman, Ala." northern accent. "They're here."

staging area were simple: no face shots, no pictures of license
plates, and always! ask permission of the person' being
photographed.Most Rally

the men milling about the parking lot were middle- .
aged and older many with skin baked to a dark leathery (from page one)
brown from working in the sun.

Several however, would not* have been out of place on A AT THE BLACK rally, uniformed city policemen were I
college campus. Moustaches and moderately long hair were present but at the Klan meeting, only plainclothes sheriffs
not uncommon.AT deputies and possibly, according to ,one of the deputies
ABOUT 9 A.M. the motorcade of 25 '
some cars, pick- present. FBI agents. RALPH ABERNATHY
up trucks and campers were drawn into line. : Black leaders spoke about "blue-eyed brothers and sisters" .addresses rally
"Alright, boys, let's robe ," instructed Charles Curl,
up while Klansmen harped on the racial purity of their audience,
leader of 'United Klans of'American Province Five in Pen-. tilling: the audience to Took around them and asking, "Where
sacola. else but a Klan rally can you be with all whites?"
THE HIGH POINTED hoods formed a mushy pyramid on Black )leaden told their listeners "black: people are not
each Klansman's head many with a red tassel dangling from intimidated" by the Klan. Likewise. Klan speakers declared a
the top of he hood. A flap fell from the base of the hood to. fearlessness of their own.

conceal the neck and ears. Shelton, told an assemblage of reporters at a news con- Pensacola, violent action did I not occur' last weekend and
Set ;in the Haps, were naps for attaching the mask., ference before the rally"I'm proud to be a white man. I don't people of the city, while subject'to ever-widening racial
Although a few donned their masks in private and for staged have to apologize anybody about it." gap. survived a weekend which 10 years ago could have left I
photographs, the Klansmen's faces were 'unmasked on all In spite of the apparent polarity and animosity in the city of the city in flames..



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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI A random sampling by The Alligator of If a laundromat's monthly water bill was THE LAUNDRIES owned by Eldridge
Alligator Staff Writer eight laundries showed that five of them had $100, then the business was charged 93 per currently charge 35 cents for a small load ando
I UF students who do their wash at the local already increased the price of operating cent of the bill, or $93. he said. ; cents for ,a large load, while Glasper's
laundromat can blame increases in water and automatic washing machines. ALICE WOODARD, manager of Gator laundry charges 35 cents for a small load and

sewage rates for the current jump in laundry FIVE OF the eight.laundromats surveyedhad Groomer on NW 1 1st Avenue,said she "fought 70 cents for a large load.

prices... ..._ .'.n.' increased.their prices from 35 to 50 cents (the increase ot laundry prices) for the
past two months" but had to raise her prices Glasper said he would not increase his
for small washers and 50 and 75 cents for the "
anyway because of increases in her overall prices until "after June or July.
machines. .
utility bills.Woodard.
Automatic dryer prices did not increase
x,14 I Ir from the standard 10 cents in. the laundromats said her utilty bills for April went Eldridge said he "had no intention at this
up % per cent, adding her electric bill alone
time" of
The Alligator surveyed.The had increased from present increasing his prices and
approximately $600 to
water and sewage rate increases were $1,000 within the last month. indicated his prices would remain at their
hiked by the Regional Utilities Board (RUB) Woodard said she is attempting to "bringthe current I'm rate until "it gets to "the point where
in February and went into effect in the latter prices back down"by writing letters to the not making any money.

part of March according to George Lindsey editors of local newspapers and to the
6 r assistant to RUB general manager Robert ,Gainesville City Commission.IF .

Roundtree.. NOTHING is done about the price w.m..t...., 0.11.... .... .....
CURRENTLY, BUSINESSES are chargeda increase, "I'm afraid students will have to go
minimum of S3 for the first 2,000 gallons of back to washing their laundry in bathtubs. ," NeW.y Dry tI..n.rs 3S_ 70 c.nw
af water used. After '2,000 gallons of water i is Woodard said.
used the rate increases to 75 cents for each Walter Cahill, owner of Drummer Boy

additional 1,000 gallons of water used Laundry and Gator Wash No.1 1 and No. 2, Drum_lor laundry 50 c...0 75 c....
Lindsey said. said the increase in sewage and water rates
have caused his prices to go up. He added he
Prior to the rate hike, businesses were has also had to increase the wages he must "O1"" ...
charged a minimum of$3.70 a month for the pay attendants who are always on duty. = 3S. !0 c.nwi

"e: first 4,000 gallons was charged according to a THE ATTENDANTS provide "wash, dry,
scale formulated by RUB he said. and fold service" for an extra fee, and helpcustomers .
enol 1 C.in wndry. 3S c.ni. 50 c.ni.0.1w .
4. '. ; 't. If a business used 16,000 gallons, in addition if they have problems with any of
the machines, Cahill said.
C .
.." to the original 4,000 gallons, the
:. "'>' "THE EXTRA service (provided by the
business was charged 50 cents per thousand ...
,.;;,.,. gallons of water consumed, Lindsey explained attendants) is worth that- little bit more," he Groom. 50 75.111G1I
adding that the scale decreased to 26 said, referring to the increased price.
cents per 1,000 gallons of water for businessesthat Three of the laundries surveyed by The .
"' 4' increased their W..l t 50s 75 c.nwG1
used more than 200,000 gallons of watera Alligator have not laundry

month. prices y.et.TilE. .
COMMERCIAL rates are currently $1.18 LAUNDRIES ARE the F and S Coin
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sewage rate laundromatswas Way Dry Cleaners on SE 14th Street, owned and Dry
I BLUES 93 per cent of the monthly water bill, he by William Glasper, has not increased its
.back to the bathtub to wash? said. prices either.

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By BRIAN JONES Sen. Robert Graham D-Miami Lakes, was not appointedto
and DEBBIE IBERT the conference group by Senate President Dempsey Barron CAMP COUNSELORS-RESIDENT
Alligator Staff Writers despite Graham's chairmanship of the education committeeand CAMP COUNSELORS-MALE
a budget-writing subcommittee. COUNSELORS-FEMALECOUNSaORS
A conference committee began work Monday to reconcile "THE APPOINTED members will not put up as much of a
differences between the house and senate versions of next fight for higher education as Bob Graham would," fellow FOR INTERVIEWS,
year's state budget,but one senator was conspicuously absent. education committee member Kenneth MacKay D-Ocala,
predicted.: :
Teachersues It is the first time Graham has not served on the budget I MAY 28
adjusting committee in four years. By tradition all senate .
committee chairmen are routinely appointed to the group.
Gainesville High: School math teacher Darnell Rhea filed MacKay called Graham's exclusion "very unusual" and Sign up in the Placement Office
suit Wednesday against the Board of Regents for reneging a speculated that Barron denied Graham the post partly G22 Reitz UnionOr
certificate he earned five years ago that would have allowed because of a heated split two weeks ago. call Jerry Rupert at the
him to take one free course: at UF. BARRON LED the fight to oust Health and Rehabilitative TAMPA YMCA(81 ).229-6517 "
Rhea recieved the five year certificate in 1970 which allows Services chief O.J. Keller and threatened to take away the
Florida teachers to register for one free course per quarter at chairmanships of committee chiefs who did not support him. -
any university in the state university system in exchange for Graham was one of three chairmen who bucked Barron 1 ;
supervising a student intern for 3 months. despite the threat. 'ALL YOU CAN EAT
When Rhea tried to register for a course at UF last quarter, The second Ways and Means chairman Bob Saunders lost .
he was charged $11.20 for the four-hour course, or a total of his bid for the 1977-78 senate presidency last week to Sen., ,I-' 4PM.10PMCHICKEN !
$2.80 an hour.Lifeguard. Lew Brantley, D-Jacksonville, who Barron supported.
saves bother Miami, was also denied a spot on the budget conference
committee despite his chairmanship of the Senate Govern Qws
A UF lifeguard and a city resident rescued a drowning man mental Operations Committee.In 'FREE REFILLS ON ALL .DRINKS jj
from the,Florida pool Sunday. the two budgets which the compromise committee will *919
Vincent Patrucco 27, of 26 S.E. 9th St. said he saw a man, merge,there is about $1 million difference for the universitiesin L.
identified by the University Police Department as Alfonso the house and senate versions.. FORDELIVERY
Rexlying still in the bottom of the pool as he prepared to dive UNIVERSITIES CHANCELLOR-designate E.T. York
in. said Monday the final budget for The universities would
"I didn't know if the guy was drowning or just holding his probably be a compromise between the senate and house SERVICECALL
breath" Patrucco said."So. I dove in and touched him and he figures..
just tloated around." Any compromise figure between the senate and house
Patrucco pulled the man out of the pool where lifeguardLisa versions would net about $4 million more for UF next year .377-0901 I"""','
Molitor revived him with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation than was spent this year after cutbacks. fIiII
according a UFD report. York said he expected the conferees to finish work on the I J/IHM 10<'.._.... ,,1805 SW.13th; i..oI. "V"--'
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Presents Attempts to save aborted fetuses will also force hospitals to
i. : 3ffl David added.'J. : 'I f : have more extensive newborn clinics David said.

David explained many .people-don't!.' understand why ,ANOTHER BILL, passed, by the committee prohibits
NOW VOYAGERSTARRING women do not immediately get abortions in the,, earliest., stagesof agencies from accepting money for ,referring' patients to
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m "THESE ARE NOT just women who cannot. make up their "That's something feel really strongly about. Some of
minds," she said.. these referral agencies are out of sight." she,said. "That's
: Davis Many are "not aware of facilities that are available." she taking advantage of someone in desperate straits" she added.
explained. The women's health center a, non-profit organization,
Paul Henried David said one woman from Ocala was 15 weeks pregnantand refers women who are more than three months pregnant "butwe
had tried unsuccessfully to find abortion information for never ask a fee," David said.
Claude Rains i iI two months. DAVID APPROVES the sections of the bill to require
MANY SMALL TOWNS have this problem, she added. referral agencies to inform the woman exactly what. the
Furthermore, David said more than one woman has cometo abortion involves and what her alternatives are.
Gladys Cooper I the center who."never missed a period and showed no signs "The first thing we do is a group explanation of the
'of pregnancy,*' but was'pregnant. procedure." David said.
If doctors'refuse to perform abortions because they fear The center explains each step and.how it will feel so"people
legal retaliation, these women would be affected, David said. will know what they're getting into., David said.adding "an
DAVID SAID IT is already difficult for the center to find abortion should be each woman's personal decision'
TUESDAY NIGHT, MAY 27: 1975, Gainesville doctors to perform abortions. Therefore the center will not perform an abortion if the
There is nobody in town who will work here in the clinic to woman is being pressured into it by her family or boyfriend
II', 7:30: p.m. ; perform abortions, David said,,explaining doctors come hereNew she said.
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Twelve thousand dollars. II

It's a lot of money. But every state legislator !
receives that amount every year for participatingin
the 60-day legislative session.
The 1975 session is coming to a close soon,
which should mean the men and women in ...-"> -

Tallahassee will begin voting on crucial legislation.But .
the leaders are more concerned with

bickering, in-fighting, and name-calling. The
latest bouts included Senate President Dempsey

Barron, Gov. Reubin Askew, and our own Sen.
Bob Saunders of Gainesville.

Saunders thought he had the senate presidencyfor

1977-78 locked up, but lost when Barron threw

his weight behind surprise candidate Sen. Lew 54+ 7

Brantley of,Jacksonville.
While Saunders says he will continue his fight, s

other feuds rage between Askew and Barron.
Barron told Askew to "stay the hell out of our
business up here." Askew replied that Barron's Mayaguez

remarks were "inappropriate,. intemperate, and
frankly disappointing."

We agree Askew should stay the hell out of
senate affairs such as selection of president, andBaryon's byAsian"inteigence gap"WASHINGTON

remarks were inappropriate, in- -

temperate, and frankly disappointing.Barron Confidential White House minutes
also jousted with Senate Education reveal that President Ford was forced to make his daring
Committee Chairman Robert Graham, leavingone decision to rescue the crew of the Mayaguez without the JACK ANDERSONWEEKLY
benefit of all the facts.
of the few supporters of higher education off Although the operation was successful, the incident has SPECIALTang
the house and senate conference committee on the left analysts fretting over the U.S. "intelligence gap" in [
budget after Graham supported O.J. Keller's Southeast Asia.
appointment as head of the Division of Health and THE PRESIDENT was not even sure of the crew's location remained under heavy fire 10 hours after the Mayaguezcrew
Rehabilitatiave Services.But when he ordered the Marines to board the Mayaguez and reached safety aboard the destroyer Wilson. .
land on Tang Island.At AT LEAST THREE Marines and two airmen were killed,
who is gaining from all this fighting?
a private White House meeting. Sen. Mike Mansfield, and 16 more are feared dead. Eighty to 90 men were woun
Certainly not the people of Florida. No one asked D-Mont., asked Ford: "Any crew members on the
the people what they think of Bob Saunders, as mainland?" ded.Shabby intelligence also may have contributed to the
senate president, or Dempsey Barron,' or Lew "Stfme may have been carried in the escaping gunboat" seizure in the first place: The Cambodians have been boar-
Brantley.Nor the President replied. "We have no specific information ding foreign vessels in the area for weeks, yet the Mayaguez
insulated whether Americans are on the island or the ship. captain was not forewarned.Such .
has outside Tallahassee's
'anyone REP. ELFORD Cederbert, R-Mich., asked, "Suppose they ragged intelligence operations have the experts
chambers had much input on what should have aren't on the ship or the island?" troubled. For if there is another Mayaguez incident the
been done about Keller and the Division of Health "We'll have to wait and see," Ford answered. "We'll be up United States might not be so lucky.
and Rehabilitative Services. most of the night." FATAL DELAY India's nuclear explosion a year ago
Nor, we are afraid, did any student groups havean "Has surveillance been continuous?" Sen. Clifford Case, R- caught Washington by surprize. Secretary of State Henry
impact on the many student-related bills in the N.J., asked. Kissinger was so absorbed with his Middle East negotiationshe
"YES, 24 HOURS a day, at least since Monday p.m.," didn't get around to studying the Indian nuclear threat for
current Ford told him. six months. The delay could be fatal.
But it is no wonder. How can the legislaturehear By the time the Marines hit the beach, the crew was on India's scientists proved they could build a nuclear bomb
any of the students over the din of babbling Rong an island about 25 miles from Tang. with the waste from peaceful power reactors.
about who should be senate president, and who AMERICAN PLANES had nearly sunk the Cambodian THE U.S. "Atoms for Peace" program meanwhile, has
should stay the hell, out of whose way.It gunboat which carried them to Rong. One U.S. pilot thoughthe spread these nuclear reactors around the world. This only
is most important to remember the status of spotted "Caucasian faces," so he let the gunboat pass. encourages the small nations to follow the Indian example.
Three others were sunk. ARMS AND UNEMPLOYMENT The Pentagon may
legislation at the tail end of the legislature. Not knowing the crew was on Rong Ford ordered the profit from the plummeting economy.
Sessions must usually be carried into early' Marines to attack Tang. Despite the rapid pace of events .Liberals in Congress have suddenly realized that severe
morning hours to wade through the flood of some experts believe that reconnaisance flights should have defense cuts will seriously aggravate the unemployment
stacked up' bills. been able to determine the location of the crew before Ford problem. They had been seeking cuts of $15 billion.to $20
Now, as a final House Speaker Donald sent in the Marines. billion in the Pentagon budget. Now, however, there is quiet
capper The poor intelligence was paid for In lives. The Marines on cloakroom talk of keeping the defense cuts to$5 billion.
Tucker has openly predicted that the session will .
be adjourned one week early because of all the ,
bickering.If Ron Cunningham David Klein
The Independent Editor-In-Chlef .
there is anything this state doesn't need, it is a Monoging Editor

legislature which shirks responsibilities to go home Florida Gary Balanoff David anhorn'
early just because its members can't behave. This Alligator AlSoclar.Edltor" .: Layout Editor
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isn't a junior .high school student council, but ull a"'tGII Midi Kelman
we've seen junior high student councils act more '. 'f ,1 Jody'Cartln
News Editor
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responsibly than this session's legislators.If .r" .h : j ',: '."

the state's leaders would just start to use some R.A. 'Tonv' K.ndsor.( ....1 .. I.'....... ...... ..I ..... .r..I..... .General Manager .'.
about crucial legislation and stop worrying James V.Cook ........ ........"..... ... ,. .. ..... ... Asalstont General Manager a a.;. "
reason Mrs, Evelyn hit . ...... .. ,.... .. ... .. .... ... ........Administrative Assistant Mlithed..' by "r:'''h'
about who will lead whom, the citizens of Florida Anne Malphul1 .:. .. ... ..I... I.. .I.. ..... ....I .I I.., ... . ...Bookkeeper (;NIll1NIV t,;IMlrlllllllty\I. 1 NI/1... It".
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Freedoms.vanished in :

EDITOR This letter is in response to Thomas Mulkey's' As for the influx of 100,000-plus
letter in the May 13 issue of The Alligator. country, I am sure that most of these people
At the outset, may I say, without going through the familiarand live under communism where "individual
often repeated arguments, that it is pretty obvious that made ,in the "interest of the society."
the United States venture in Southeast Asia was an exercise in sacrificed enough and are here to enjoy the
futility, with no overtly.apparent gains other than that old complete freedom that the Americans
cliche about fighting for peace. moons ago.REGARDING.
INCIDENTALLY, the "freedom of press" that Mulkey so YOUR personal
highly exalts, has been a thing of the past in Vietnam (South Mr. Mulkey, my sincere sympathies are with,
and North) for nearly two decades now. suffered a lot in a misguided cause. I must,
The peoples'of Vietnam have never been free in the same fairness that at least one soldier in, Napol
sense as the American people are free. Consider the perhaps "lived, worked and fought beside many.good
marginal, nonetheless real, freedom granted to the people in in a little farming village" in Russia, probably
the Communist regime, ,subject to and restricted by the way as you do when Napoleon decided to
ideology of the government. This ideology, right or wrong, is In conclusion let me say that you would
the culmination of years of intellectual thought originated by better job of decimating the foolish
Marx and Engels. George had you not let yourself be carried ;
The freedom of the former South Vietnamese, on the other emotions.
hand, not only did not exist in large proportions, but more
important than that, was'totally dependent, in its content, as
well as extent, upon either the whims and idiosyncrasies of
President Thieu, or the foreign policy of some other people. (;ORRE
WHEN YOU weigh these freedoms against each other, Mr.
Mulkey, you will see why the whole world talks about the j
"liberation" of the South Vietnamese. The freedom of the The editorial in Friday's throughout DRINKI't'
American people, of'course, does not fall in either of the Alligator claimed 80 babies current trend '
above categories. It is the kind of freedom where you not only would be born with birth
may go out and buy a color TV but also CAN do so. It is a defects next year in Florida. figure would
freedom of choice as well as opportunity, which is relativelyrare The figure should have been 7 7,000. The
in this.'world. per cent of the total births he error.

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wrong? Are you against needy the feminists mentioned in
beggars?" This is the the paper that all students
situation I now find myself in. had to pay for. It seems these
I AM TOLD that I am people have discarded
"against the Corner Drug "daddy" and "hubby" takingcare
,Store; feminists and beer of their needs and now
drinkers at the Rat" (U must want "big brother" govern-
be against ,myself with that ment to take over..
last one) No, ''I am .against I'm bored with the names
SUBSIDIZING them. I don't "embittered" and "fascist",
use the Corner Drug Store, please try something new next
why should I pay for it? I time as from"what you see, it
'never. opposed women doesn't shut me up. Finally, a
defending themselves, buy tip of the Karwicki fedora
i should I the ? Pavone for
'why buy means goes to ,Kathy
'The Rat never gave me any of proving that $650 divided by
its profits, why ,should'.I pay 1,200 is SO. r.
for its losses?
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Lng Bond. Engagement Rings 1973 Hondo CL-IOO Good condition
banal or Contemporary designs of impeded Sissy bar dependable. lust wedamg, dress beautifully hand 10 speed bike has ;t new tires Country gardens, near VA ftShands Room for rent for Summer t.uarter.Camplet.ly .
{choke. Handmade for individuals bed offer. Must Sell 372-0160 $350or designed Size 12 no reasonable offer $40 and men's 27" with book rock.- bothIn June '1-Sept [ RENT NEGOTIABLE furnished 55.00 monthly
want the best. Original work by I 140.p) (a 5t- refused 373-8759 after 4:30 ((0.St-I'2pl) good condition Call John 372-2998 Call 373-0957 ev.olnas (b-3M40-ot plus 'a utilities Call 377.8521 asknfor

'l Leading Artist Master Cold Kenwood receiver 22_watts______ SANYO 8-Track fM-FWD excellent ((0.31.143-p) 2 bedrooms in a 3 bedroom furnishedopt Gmny (r.-St-140-p)
Unconditional per channel, condition asking $65 call don 392.7031 '72 12'x6S' mobile home 3br central be sublet for the
|h and lopidlst. BSR 310x turntable, 2 ultrallnear air. .for rent for summer quarter. Fully 2 big 2 bedroom opts to
|antee OWE By appointment only. speakers lloyd portable cassette 200 (o-2t-l42-p) Call evenings 373-9163. Assume $96.03 furnished. Marocoibo Manor opts. $75 summer both are furnished & upstairs w-

894, (0-49M phones SO 8 tracks, 70 albums best player offer, OPPORTUNITY FOR U OF f EMPLOYEESThe payment, or negotiate other terms. Set per month call 373.4813. (b.5.I 110-p) oc near the med center summit house
Campus Federal Credit up In Cottlegote '(o-5t-143-p) call 378-3626 or 376-3026 (b-St-140-p)
Union will
$30, fluorescent( leave for dove sublease 2 bdr
manual typewriter message 392.7628 (a-5l- tg opt,quiet, very near
lamp $10, keystone instamotlca I<<>"p)______ finance your real estate purchase up to 197212.60 mobile home excell cond. w* shopping 4 theatre areas pool tennis 2 FEMALE ROOMATES NEEDED FOR FALL
new $13. colt 392-7577.o-5t-( 30" trailer: complete kitchen_ $20,000. let us show you how this con oc, carp living C kitch, insular roof. to be handball rec. room etc. furn. or unfurn. to share master bedrm in ml. vernon opt.
. sleeps three, air. conditioned, & furn. benefit you In buying prOperties. Now 'itthe sold In aug. call after 5:00: .or wkends call 3738712. (b-4J.140p) 67.50 + '. util.. call 392-6909anytime (b-
available .
time' to buy small acreage, waterfront 373-8530 ((0-91.143-p)
June IS askIng $2500 tee to appreciate or home. Call D. Rooms for rent thru Aug. 31.1 I block from 3t-141-p)
call 372-0528) (o-8t-l40-i) Mason Co. Realtor 901 NW 8th Ave SCUBA tank u.'. divers 71.2 cubic ft Tigert. $80 mo includes utilities 1125 Sublet for summer: 3 bedroom house I
aluminum k valve brand new 2 weeks block behind Nice ,
Norman Hall. yard
SW 4 Ave 378-3309. (b-5t-l40-p)
71' 12' Suite A-1.1
60" Phone 377 789. .
x mobile home 2 bed liv (o-4t-l42-p)
old never used $120 call 3774125 (o-Jt- AC, pets ok. $215. monthly includes
room. fro kit bath central heat oir-polio, Manual Own room for liberal rmmote in large 3'
royal typewriter with carryingcase M3-p) water 373-9698 (b-5t-UI-p)
furnIsh bdrm house 3 blks from $67. f
out. wash safe tr. pf good cond. campus.
$15.00 best offer 378 6380
or a2t1970
'.5OO0fter 5 pm 377-1654 wkdayt (a-2t- '142-p) ( Let Paul Deluxe $350 or best offer 1.3 util mo. senior or grod student pref. PEACE AND QUIETI own room in new
Robed Redford I.o.p) ] flawless condition must sect must ..1111)I call 372-1131 (b.5t-140-p) home with oc. rural setting for summer
Triumph 500 motorcycle good 373-4341 Tim (o-St-143-p) or fall m's only. NO LEASE very mellow
white whirlpool. refrig 8 c.f for tale. lest condition, $500 call 377-8124 after 4. (a2M42p Female Roommate nice big house In NE
than I old. Call For Sale: Fender,Stratocaster and Case, (b-5t-140-p)
yr. bruce at 372-0254 ) section own bedroom large living room '
:is THE keep trying, best offer. (a.5t-I<<>"p) $300, Fender Chomp amp $75, Yairl den kitchen storage area large fen- Apartment for rent for the summer $150(
71 Suzuki I T500, completely rebuilt Classical Guitar and Case, $300. Call cedand and yard. mo. 3 blocks from campus NW 3rd Ave.
ery gre very green
:20 WAlDO engine, mechanically perfect, fairing 378-0082 ((0-51-143) ) 83.33 plus 1.3 utilities call, 373-9260 (b. (b-41-HQ.p, I )
'2S PEPPER Florid* Stutt 7/ieaffe/ $ $700. Call Doug 376-0999. Must we 12V\ sporkleV sailboat with 1 15' main & |lib 5t-l40.p) apt to sublet for summer, furn. oc.
:30 also 1 10 gal fish lank + access Best $$ with magic tilt trailer excellent condition NEEDED extras $1<<>..mon. 4 blocks from campus.
PG (o5t-l39-p) $550377-0145 (o-5t-U3-p) 3778664. (b-5t-143-p)
roommate for Brandywine opt 2 br, 2
!, selling out at cost everything must go 1972 honda 500 4 cylinder excellent both furs Sept to Dec. only $75 plus'/ <
refrigerator $25.00 a.c. 50.00 stereo 25 condo low mileage many extras $1050.or sill' call 378-0971 b-7M39-:
Jon Voight crib 2050 oven bed 50 s beds 200 tobies best offer call 373-4850 after 5:30: P.M. Pj) ..................... .

3:41 World 5.00 2614 NE 18 ter 372-5269 Bargain ((0-51.143-p) for rent. 2 br-l bath, fully furnished : TH I. ,. TOUIIIC CO. :
In Ni M w IIM N ) '74 400cc Kawaskl, cover, 2helmets $900 house far the summer very good : prestos the Sree/wq M..kel :

5:50 12 n 72 3 bdrm 2 complete both mobile mileages 5,000 excellent conditionnever location, call 376-2546 ask for dove takeover .
7:55 home on 1 acre lot, deep well cellar (not dropped 373-5042 before 2pm (a- some rate $180 a month (b-5t-)41-) .. .

10:00: 7:15 ; complete), utility shed. Located I block ...1 43-p) Pj) ..

"CONRACK"PG from schools in Newberry. Call 472.2870 SKYdive equip.'26' lopo + cont.125 June Rent Free! Sublet Hawaiian vii 2 .. .
between 8:30: ft 12:30: pm for more info. 23' reserve + con!.-$60 boots-$25 bd 2 bath opt and beat the heat avail .
(o-fr.l04p) helmet-$10 also tennis rocket must sell june 15. call 377-8295 apt 104 $205 per .

Mean golf clubs, cart, balls, shoes \\i: call Rob 377-8917 (o-4l-143-p) month (b-5t-l4l-p) .. :.

Sao place setting china plus extras for both falcon-special-531 sg frame wt seat- Sublet for summer. 2 BR Summit, House '
sao GONE becky 392-0777, 372-2013 (o-5t-141-p) postcinalli stem sugino mighty compe Apt. Behind Med Center Call 373-5413' .. ..

7s0 IN REFRIGERATOR Full size freezer.. .Like crank set weinman brks atom 400 pedals (b-5t-l4l-p) .
new. Only $75.00 Available in June. belrl bars $165 call 373-9502 anytime .
t:50 60 SEC. ....* *** & Must sell. Call Cheryl or Jill 392-6047 (a-3t-l I 43-p) : ..
7:00 PLAZAO 2:15 4:15
aUnUz message. (o-3t-UI-p) 71 VW bug, no bugs, low mileage, ..
PG i 9:30 Electric guitar and amp., Unison' block excellent fm-tape stereo new 'inspection w. s sTRFft end 6:05 8:00 .. .
solid body with silver, trim, 50 rms amp sky blue, easy loon $1200.. call t3rd souttvRO 10:00 .
CUNTTHEEKXR EAS will take any reasonable offer over 376-8979 (o-5t-141-p) .
3:40s:4o: $100 call 3778422. ((0.5t-139-p) Ult. shed 10i 12' wooden floor $125, .. .

KIrk Douglas for sale martin N-10 classical guitar w- sears Imt. brick fire place with heater DUVALLBREAKOUT ..
SANCTION + hardshell case call new harvest 378-9239 $110, 56 ford truck new recaps needs ROBERT .. .
7:40t:40 between 6-9 pm Ask for Nikola must engine work $125 between 4-o pm 377 .
"POSSE" AMMVttSAlflCTUMTKMMCOIM'/ sacrifice. $350.00 (o-:3t-141-p) 5737 (o-3t-UI-p) .
O GUITAR GIBSON J500 CASE EXCELLENT Two Minolta SRT-101 SLR camera, 50 mm .
$198 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA two-door Rokkor-X lenses, 175.00 each; 200 mm .
PG 376-4271 after 300 (o-6t-143-p) MC lens, 80.00 135 rrm MC lens, 80.00 .. ..
Excellent condition 376-0114 .
pioneer ko4000 car am-fm stereo Z 4:20 .
cassette 4 2 )jenser coaxials paid $225 2:20 .
best reasonable offer calf! Rex at 372- N W lets 5'IHT"'" 6:15 1:10 ..
2195 after 5. (o-5t-l41-p) lIsouttvARD .. .

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FOR RENTSublease !2:30.7:3O $5.50. $6.50 i

Avail June I Hawaiian Village
233W UWivepoky Ave, cad 377.3013 opts one bdrm unfurnished $165 per : All Seats R.serv.d

mih Call 378-5905 between 1-5 pm (K : 1G C-md. ........., :
I 42-p) A f4i -p--r-e.
Lese (Cacnpbeli] .
female roomate needed summer : Mr.f.Ia1l
quarter share 2 bedroom opt 82.50 + H. 233 W. IJnwerslrv. Ave
pi+888Qf8 utilities june rent free coll) ooytime 377-, m.301J4
8562 (b-ot-142-p)
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6t near campus. Own room $103 1 mo. ALL
UTILITIES INCLUDED call 373-5741 Nice,

great room! immediate occupancy! rest
of may rent free come by 1204 nw 3rd
.( ave or call 373-1251 Window
t P 4 t 8
greenhouse option.and a.c. opt. (b-3t-

Summer Qtr. Room in house 2 Blks from
Low School Quiet Rent $75.00 but
Negotiable Furnished move in June 15
372-7491 Henry (hoSt.142-p)

subleasing air condo two bedr opt close

.. to campus 377-8599 (b-IOt-142-p)

for rent summer quarter a gorgeous
furnished apartment in popular U
Hawaiian Village at a low discount, rate
call 373-8915 or come to opt 325.(b5t142 -
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APT. SUMMER: 2 or 3 bedroom carpeted
a. central ac I block from campus $160 per
month 4 utilities Call 373-8970 (b-5t-
'142-p) 2' : aP7d2 '

ROOMS: SUMMER Furn oc utilities incl.
carpeted moid linen service \ block
from campus some share kitchen $70 or .\
$75 per month Call 373-8970 or come by I
1319 NW 2 Ave (b5t-142p) "
Sublet for summer one-bed opt a-c. +

carpel, furn, terrace, disposal, 'Indry
on premises $150 mo Bob 3738874 Jt- r
evenings, fall option. 1100 SW 8 Av,
205 (b5t-39p! )
Sublet summer fall option I br furn.
OlympIa opt 204 I block to campuscen
oc carpet great condition $150 mo. I
TUES., t.1Rw'' 2 J call'T 3738874 (b-5t-139p)

B fc)U FILL SEATS RESERUEDSCE & $5 (Special All RENTS Summer SLASHED Rates! ) e

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sublet 2 br, opt. rroi.i June '15 at our rental listings on houses Avail fall 1,2 or 3 people to sublet country village Female Roommate to share Matter Bdrmin Kay Cosmetics Is looking for oftroctlv -
beginning fall term; $150 mo. air, 3 mobile homes, and opts before you pay 3 bdr home. Hot o Poolll l l In SW near opt for summer own Ig room p-e, furn 2 Bdrm 2 Both beautiful Apt. For girls to teach skin care
blocks from campus; reol nice place to anyone o fee Joel Bridges, realtor 404 sorority row Avail July. 377-6992 pool low utilities, rent negotiable, call summer and or next yea. $80 mo. + 1-3 com* beauty consultants.
live coil 378-4407 (b-51.141-p) SW 4th Ave (b-fr-127-c) 373-2670 or 377-8342 (c-5t-l43-p) mil 392-9395 lynn (c-5t-140-p) and port-lim needed.Informational

2 con..,,,. but fun roommates to shore FEMALE roommate needed to shore 3 bdr home Brand new listlngll NW June rent free! Female roommates( ) for available now. own room In poolside Reits meeting Union Wednesday room May 349.28 Tremendouscareer at 7:00: PM

Ig. mitr barn prlv.:bath in lux. 3 bdrm room in beautiful poolside Hawaiian Vii area 2 bedroom furnished Summit House. opt. for summer. $65.00 o month or (e-3t-U2-p)
opt for summer call 373.9908 for details opt w-orod students starting June 1. $57. Bike, to Ufo Avail August. 377-6992 Near Shonds-VA. Available June 15 share room for $40.00 no lease. com by opportunity.
(lbit-141-p) mo. yn-21 Unite 373-4788 (b-5t-l41-p) reasonable, can Connie 378-1848, (c-St- ofter 3:30: landmark No. 49. (c-5t-140-p) waiter wonted port lime 12 noon to 3 pmsix
4 bdr home SW Oreo. Short bike ride to days o week off Sunday Apply In
Immediate occupancy! mole or femme Sublet for summer 2 br unf urn opt June UF Your own room 1, 2; or 3 people for only Sandwich Inn 110 N.E. 16
Own room 103-mo + 1-3 util. Until for 2 students need female house, woodthop person
rent free $180 mo. 378-9182Ib.51.141.p( ) low rent Avail July. 377-6992 sept rmmot summer garden Avenue (efr-142-p)
Aug. Regency Oaks. Call 373-43)8) or (lor 2 if wont to shore room) to live In 3 br yardone of g' III. finest rent only
377-0176 after 5. Roomy. AC-pool (b... For rent 2 bdrm one both oc carpet! Dishwasher hoot behind Norman. $82. for rm. 373- $40-$50 per Chris or Steve 37J-6JU. (c- photographer seeks female out. follow
beginning June first call 377- 2 bdr $75 Country homes In NW, SW
Illinois fairs July sept camping
140-p) 5092 or 373.9698 (c-5t-143-p) 5M4Q.p)
8582 $180 per month (b-3t-141-p) directions outdoor cooking live music nice peopleinteresti
Mole roommate JUNE FREE! sublease Save SSS Avail Nowll 377-6992 looking for roomates. Starting fall qtr. mole roomot to shore large bedroom In 372-7008
JUNE RENT FREE Sublet 2 bdrm fun Joy
for summer ( keep for fall 2 bdrm 2 opt. Cln City area or house or opt close to 3 bedrm opt windmeodows hat Dishwasher summer
both, furn. oc;. Country Gardens. $60 6-15 call both 378-4306 ofter oc, $80 month Cabin on lake No Utility Campus Eva 373-4516 after 3 (c--143- ; washer dryer ell luxury part time positions neat oppeoronc
mo. + '/ ulil 376-0909 (b-3t-l40-p) no dogs move bills. Pj) comfort from sept-June Coll 373-9734 night work three to four days per week
2:30: for! info. (b-5t-141-p) apply palm tones 2606 n. waldo rd (..
2 female roommates mature shore 2 bdr, wonted: 1 roomate to shore 3 br opt. for (C-4M40-P)_, __
United Real Estate A lOc. Inc. Broker summer quarter-own room, wash-dryer, GRADUATING EARLY? Need one
both opt $48 sum $61 foil 1-3
: ulil call gotortown 377-8708 after 5.00 pm (b-5t-- 113 NE 16th Ave 3776992bfr143.c dish wash.central air, 2pools, tennis, bus roommate fall quarter only. Have own AUTOS
'L tlCb J 140-p) ( ) to school, call 377-8510 now (c-3t-43-p! ) room,''In Country Manor $100 per month

: summer sublet luxurious poolside 2 Responsible female reeking 1-2 br plus utilities 373-4830 (c-5t-14Q.p) 72 Olds Delta 88 Royal: 2 dr ht wh w bl

bdrm opt furnished BRANDYWINE Only bedroom-living room arid large kitchen house or traitor 'to keep good care of In Female roommate wonted to share two vinyl toP. pull power oc, om-fm nw
$225. mo OCr shog etc. call sharon 378- efficiency, apt. 2 blocks from campus 103 exchange for reasonable rent. Shady lot bedroom apartment In Tallahassee next steel rodiols, excellent condition $2,500
4260 (5M40-P) sw 12 st. Apt. 3 Available June 15 or ocreog 376-8771 or 468-1702 (c-5t- fall. Call Susan at 3731025. $100 a Coll Bill 392-1265 (o-7t-t40-p)
earlier $110-mo. call 377-4786 (b-.... 143-p) month for your own room (c-5t-141-p) '
SUMMER RATE Ig furn 1 bdrm in quiet small complexnear 143-p)
and free) Available )
may |tune rent now need two liberal roomotei for fall
sublet thru coil
campus jun aug free |un* r.ntll 2 br furnished opt. In tin F roommate own room o-c: $72.00 mo + quarter In alomor gardentcoll 377-1199
377-0253 thru fri after 5-23 378-9156
V/U per person eve city close to med crt. i campus 1.3 utilities pref senior or grod student. ask for Brian or eric after 5:00: keep
month day or eve (b-4t-l40-p) overlooks 185-mo. call 372- CLOTHES
per pool only Morjl 373-7167. (c-4t-143-p) trying (c-it-141-p)
sublet: 3 br 2 bath kings creek, opt b12 2485 ofter 3pm. (b-lt-143-p)
Two females wanted to shore 1 of 2
liberal Responsible Female To share
.. available now, lease ends 8-31 option to DON'T FIT
sublet 1 br V4 block from
garage opt bedrooms at summit hous near mobile home 4 mine 4 of town In quiet
jeColor TV in every opt. renew now or then will negotiate rent tigret 105-mo no phone 1212V* SW 1st shonds; pool. from 615. S60+utilities country letting $75 4 Vt util. Available

Furnished) 377-7805 anytime (b-3t-l40-p) Ave afternoons (b-5t-143-p) Sheila 392-9801 Linda 378-3022 (c4t143p .. Jon 1st Coll Brenda 377.2565 (C-5H41- WE CAN
Individual bedrooms sublease 2 bdrm furnished carpeted oc Female share bdrm )
to one poolside opt. Pj)_ ALTER
opt now thru oug $160 negotiable, large for 62.50 utilities,
summer plush
eGos Grills optionto Mal or Female roomot wanted Female roommate needed toning fall
pool laundry On City area 373-5192 st
for fall. landmark coil 378- THEM
opts luxurious
Picodilly completely
opts Oaks Will hove
Pool 248 quarter at Regency own
or (b-5t-140-p)
7178 (b-3t-143-p) furnished. own bedroom. no deposits. room In a 3 br opt. liberal person, wouldbe FREE
ACTS FOR SUMMER Mature, clean quiet female for summer. 377-7849 summer only. ask for paul (c5M43P preferred Call now 377-34521 (c-5t-
only 2 blocks to compel ''e blk, to uf. 1 +2LI.1 lease ovlb into fall Own room In house 55.0 a mo plus 1-3 ) 141.p)_ ESTIMATE

cent air, shag newest close to uf'. utilities. Call 378-7742. 600-800: : pm ROOMMATE-OWN ROOM In attractive Compatible roommate needed starting d
gradual opts 1241 sw 4 ate. 378-1814 ONLY. Ask for Betty. (b-ft-143-p! ) mobile home, $30 W
per mo. plus foil quart. to hare 2 barn 2 bath with 2
NOW leasing for fall (P-10M36-P) 3 bedroom luxury opt available tune 15. utilities, ph 378-9278 keep trying (c-5t- other gird for only $60 o mono at country ni\ter5itll Ji lop

quiet mal roommates wonted now and furnished, pool dishwasher OCr country 143-p) manor opt Pleas call Jill or.Jocelyn

914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224 for fall. 2 br opt summit house K2 village $273 per month Includes water, roomot own room In 3 bdrm house 2 373-3882 anytime (c-5t-141-p)_ ,
$49.75-month and '/ utilities call Mickey pas toll 377-6834 (b-5t-l43-p) blocks from campus $60 mo + 1-3 ulil. 2 roomate to share 3 bedroom house 1620 W. University

or Dave 378-7676 in evenings (b-5t-440- need 2-3 people to sublet apt. for partially furnished- call 3784874 (c-5t- close to campus rent Is 65.00 per mon. +

furnished 3 blks behind 143-p) 1-3 of util., call 373-0924 Mike, availablenow
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H $ISO util
normon. tune rent jul-oug + roommate wonted for foil quarter own through Aug. (c-St-141-p)_
if call 392-8618 or 3928621. hurryl) (b-tt- room behind normon In spacious apt. roommate motor neat responsible

Spelt..* Clf il' Aai&Ge t I 143-p) picas call lora at 373-5092 or debbie at student to shore 2 bdrm form opt. fall. e......._...

sublet one bedroom townhouse close to 373-9698 (c-5t-l43-p) spring with arch grod student Hawaiian TherelSadifference ..
campus available June I 135 per month 2 female roommates ne.dedfor 2bdrn- Village call Don 377-9988. (c-3t-Ul-p) :

15 SE 12th Street 378-9086 378-4467 (b-4M43-p) 2bath at COUNTRY VILLAGE Avail. June 2 responsible female roomats for i !!! _

neat and clean female roomot needed 15 Option for fall Furn. Call Nancy 392- summer. Gotorwood opts $65 month 4
Any and Everything summer quarter own room In spacious 7748 (Ic- t.I43-p) utilities Can 378-2870 (c-3t-14t-p) 'l-

two story house In the NE section call HOME NEEDED for fall bike to campus. roomot wonted for summer qtr. in 2 MCAT
J for sports Cars evening 3778093. (b-4t-143-p) mellow people, low rent untioP. rm bdr. 1 I'/k bath townhouse at In the pines 0.tr3Sf)-irs *>

3f Performance Work; 1 bdrm opt to sublet available tune 15 quiet sloppy and bitchy. call Kendee private bdr. $105 mo. + H util. call : DAT eftiptrwtict. emt >
$145 per mo. frederick gardens opts. after 8 376-9990 (e-5t-143-p) dennis or dove 373-7777 (c-St-141-p) success

Corvette Specialty Work Option to pick up fall 1 lease Call 377-4873 3 girls looking for one more to share 2-br Mature female roomot wanted sum.| : LSAT :

MG a Triumph a Jensen Healy Datsun 240-260-2807 or Apt manager (b-4t-143-p) opt sept to jun*. studious but fun-loving. qtr. own room oc 3 blks from campus. :: Sent classes :

Most pam tor British Cars spacious, furnished trailer for' summer $62 + '/ util. call 377-5507 or 3782201. $64 mnth + H utilities. Call gall at 373- : GIE :
rent. o-c:, dishwasher, carpet. bike to (c-3t-43-p! ) 6337 (t-5t-141-p) :
Man..Fri 9AM.6PM. YoIum llOUl....
********************* ****** campus.(b-St-143-p: $90) per mo. + uitl. 376-1295 place$25 to w the* rent.person Couple who looking helps us for find 1 or the 2 male roomot to share bdrm opt ATE study Mttritl J
summit house across frm shonds t VA
2F roommates wonted Howllan Village bedrm house duplex or opt (not In summer only A-C pool bor-b-q 77 + H : OCAT :
Apt No. 451. call 378-0475 for In. complex), walking distance to campus. utilities Call anytime 373-8252 (c-5t- Counts IW..
formation (b-5t-143-p) 175 top. 377-0546 after 5. (c-4t-l43.p) 139-p) CPAT COIIStJnl"-.c 1

sublet 2br townhouse hawaiian village Easy going female to shore rm in 2 br Wonted 1 or 2 bdrm house for single : FLEX -
unfurnished 2 bath coal 3721093. (b- opt start spt. 72.50 mo. 1.3 utilities female with cots $100-125 mo near Make-tps for :

iv i 10t-143-p) Call 378-8186 (c.5t.I39-p) campus os soon as possible coil 378- FPPs kC "i"*< k$>OMJKATlllltDBOS :

Sublet: Roomy I Bedroom opt. 2 blocks Roomates Needed neat A responsible 9845 or 392-0323 ask for sally (c-5t-

from compos. furnished. $135 month Summer; Fall to Spring; or both Two 139.p) :

call after 00pm: 373-9307 (b-5t-l37-p/ ) bedroom; Shag; nice view. Country GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid for cloi '

FURNISHED One Bedroom opt. Air 2 Garden Apts. convenient Rent 62 + '/. rings, old jewelry etc. confidential, Call THOUSANDS HAVE :
1 miles from Santa F* JC $145 a month util Coll Eric 378-0511 (c-5t-139-p) O7ZIE 373-3894 (c-49l-105-p) e RAISED THEIR SCORES .e
.... avail'Jun* 16 Pinewood Apt. No. 162 Neat t mature grod std to shore big 2. -
'lip"" 392-0750 8-5pm (b-3M43-p) wide M.H. Own large room, ofter 6 HELP WANTED

roomat needed, sublet Ibdm In 2 bdm 3784134 $85 mth M utls. for.summer Wanted staff for 377-1420 :
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campus Summit House opt. call 378-5663 Students willing to pay $255 for room director (WSI). Counselors' Horseback
after 4pm (b-5t-143-p) and meals thru summer quarter. 1 block Instructors male and femalecall 466-

June rent free-turn 1 bdr. opt. sublet from campus, central oir, co-op housing.Kim 3587 (e-5t-143-p) _
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Jazz energy exchange

By ELLEN ASIIDOWN energy until he's satisfied and someone else picks up the
Alligator Correspondent lead. Now the interchange goes in another direction from

Tonight at 8 two good things are coming together. SantaFe 'musIcian to dancer.
Community College's Modern Dance.Group and the All five musicians and five dancers work together at the
of the piece (the choreography is set), but in the
Jazz Project, regulars at the Keg, are offering a free
concert at Westwood Middle School, 3215 NW 15th Ave.It middle section, both music and movement are improvised.,
will be a first for both. What happens is different every time, but that's the

4 The dancers' director Nina Fedorovich, has been exhilaration.As .
planning and preparing for a concert all year, in spite of one dancer said. "Really I'm not crazy about Improvisation .
depressing obstacles: no money and no place. Finally when ; it's a little scary.. But when it's right, when we
things fell together dancers costumes, lights and an discover that what I'm doing and'what he's playing are
auditorium there was an unexpected extra the Jazz perfect for each other, there's no better feeling."
i Project. The band will also play an opening number to introduce
One of the dancers, Jill Burton knew the musicians and the program of seven dances all choreographed by
suggested collaboration. The result was an 'original members of the troupe. And Hospers will conduct an
.. composition by AI Hospers, bass guitarist and a experimental number "Music for the People."
choreography in which each dancer is paired with a Gainesville's increasing appetite for dance witness
I musician. The combination of jazz and modern dance is a the two sold-out performances of the university's dance
natural.. group and the success of the dance film series is being
The exciting edge in jazz is the interplay between the offered another means of satiation. Not to mention the
musicians; the guitar take off: and the others feed off his music. The evening should be a double pleasure.,
. .; ,) art by join

I?: I Graeffe lectures from piano <,::'ff; ,

ByJOHNlILES do it all over again 1 would probably have become a ,
Alligator CorrespondentThe percussionist," he admitted. "I am in love, with percussion *

I white-haired white bearded man walks across the "I have never,intended to go on Broadway or anything :;1'
I stage to the big black grand piano and seats himself. In the like' .that," Graeffe said of his playwriting work. ,. I"
/ audience people put down their pens and sit back to Gainesville certainly not Broadway, but Graeffe's plays
listen. have done well here.
The man at the piano begins to play now softly now Graeffe's productions tend to take a familiar subject: or
i strongly the strains of"Moonlight Sonata," and there is a, theme and put it into more current terms. For example
r feeling of the old master. Beethoven himself in the stiflingauditorium. the first of his big plays was "The Son of Man" which
As the pianist finishes the audience breaks Bible freaks will recognize ,as being about Jesus. .
into scattered. shy clapping unsure of whether this is In Graeffe's version performed .about 1970 the \'.
i actually the right place for applause.The characters were cast' in modern roles '- Jesus and his ,".
stage,is in UPs Carleton Auditorium the audience followers as counter culture freaks, and their persecutorsas II
i I is a class of humanities students, and the man at the piano establishment fat cats.Interesting "The Son of Man," :,
is Professor Didier Graeffe. Graeffe spends his working predated the. Broadway hit "Jesus Christ Superstar,",
hours introducing students such as these to what is which ran along slightly similar lines.., /
probably) their First taste of the joys of classical music.As As an artful photographer..Graeffe seems concerned pnoto oy john HIM ot- "
a composer, playwright.., photographer and art with his owri uniqueness. His work has never been publicly DR. DIDIER GRAEfFE
collector, Graeffe's appeal is not limited .to student exhibited but he constantly keeps up with other .first Jove is music
audiences. His numerous'. plays;, have enjoyed a good photographers''work, In order .to assure himself that:no .;'
measure of local popularity and artworks both personaland one else uses his particular techniques. If that were. to Although his work has 'never' been shown. Graeffe
acquired grace his home.. happen Graeffe said, he would be disappointed. admitted he is not opposed to the idea; he has simply never .
Still music is probably Graeffe's first love, and it shows Graeffe uses various means to' produce startling taken the required initiative. One of Graeffe's ideas is to
." in his teaching and his life. suggestive effects and intricate photographic collages. publish a book of his photos. Right now, however, it seems .
"I like to lecture from the piano," he said. "When I Graeffe compared his work to that of building a ship in a more important to him to do the actual photography. .
.have a choice between fe piano piece and an orchestral bottle. Concerning the future Graeffe said his plans are fairly :
piece that I have to play from a recording. I would ratherplay "Each of my photos'in a way reflects the work of several indefinite. He will continue writing plays and music and
the piano piece." years" he.said. "I have a certain liking for putting things experimenting with photography. Best of. all. for
Although he was brought up with the piano Graeffe together painstakingly? know." Some of his effects Gainesville, Graeffe will spend the rest of his life here. You
does most of his composition! for percussion. "If 1 1 had to Graeffe expects never; to be able to repeat. can expect to be hearing and seeing more from him.


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Florida T".tela.Ma,27 Alligator, 1t75,Page 15 / SPOITS' ) I' '.' ., .. 1: VoteforUF' 1 1.teamlcoach .

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( Regent budget plan : '',": athlete of year, 1 i

\ 1 In cue you misted It Thursday, we of the Alligator |
1 Sports staff need your participation In picking the UF |
1 team, coach, and athlete of the year for the 1974-751

hurtswomen' 5 sportsBy / season. I
1 FI1| out the ballot, clip It, and mall or drop It by the I
1 Independent Florida Alligator In back of the College Inn .
KEITII CANNON results 'may include a women's programs have THE OTHER areas mightbe 1 Our address Independent Florida Alligator, c-o sports, !
Alligator Sports WriterA recommendation to eliminatethe operated this year on a budgetof in the men's athletic 1 P.O. Box 13266, Gainesville. J'
spending of the state's $85,000 from the independent program The men's programis Ballots MUST be received no later than Friday,May 29,
Board of Regents general educational funds for UF Athletic financed solely through the 1 so hurry and vote for your personal choice.. The results wUI I
aluation of' the nine state intercollegiate: athletics.A Association (UFAA), with a UFAA, and has not used any 1 be published next week. ,I
universities could meanmous NUMBER of UF officials little help from the general general funds since the last TEAM OF THE YEAR :
budget problems for ,both in and outside the fund through the university '60's, UF Athletic Director
the' UF women's athletic athletic department, feel that (specific figures were not Ray Graves said. 1 COACH OF THE YEAR 1
(program' and for both men's this could stunt the growth of available). Next year's budget: He said that additional 1 I
and women's ,athletic the women's athletic program calls for 130.000 out of 'a support of the women's, 1 ATHLETE OF THE 'YEAR I
[programs at other schools in here. "To cut back on fundsto total athletic budget of $4 program by the association Ii.------s ws ss -- ssof --- -- J
ithe State University SystemSUS athletics in general would million to be spent for might not be possible without .
( ). definitely cause us to suffer women's athletics,. but reductions in men's travel cutting off state support athletics," he said. "They "-
At its June meeting in Fort our proportional share of Alexander said '"We're squads, scholarships, and in entirely. If there is no state need to be maintained and
[Lauderdale, the regents will loss" said Dr. Ruth seriously looking for about other categories. If the support he said, required they are an important
hear a report on the fundingf Alexander, UF coordinatorof $112,000," less than three per regents passes a resolution maintenance and captial segment of university life. On
athletics from its special women's athletics. cent of the total budget. against general funding of improvements in the athletic the other hand, they can't be
[projects committee. And the Alexander said that the If the extra money from allowed to become: financial
general funds is taken out of disasters."
the picture, "scholarships and 'Athletics Is very much part pi Citing other universities
facilities are where we wouldbe (Northern Illinois.e.g.) which
the educational of the
hurting." Alexander said. program have dropped several spring
"We need some new money in sports Criser said, "We wantto
univers: Ity... 'I'm not entirely sure the
these areas. keep an overall sports
SHE SAID that there are program and not drop
shouldn't contribute
80 scholarships available! for something because it's not
the eight women's sports income-producing."
toward its development.Dr. .
basketball golf, gymnastics, Asked whether he favors an
Softball swimming and diving, exemption for women's sports
tennis, track and field, -- Ruth Alexander, should general funds for
There about athletics be eliminated, Criser
;arR"i t.t volleyball. are
{ 225 women athletes at UF. In UF coordinator of women's athletics said. "1 don't favor or oppose

comparison, the UF football ,anything at this point."
team alone has 90 scholar athletics. Graves sees a program may have to be A FINAL argument in this
ships. possible exemption for the deferred. issue is whether athletics is
Alexander summed up by growing women's athletic other sports," he added "We entertainment, a part of the
saying that ,the women's programs in the state. have the responsibility to educational program of the
program was financially "This is something would bring the women's program university, or something
dependent entirely upon the support" he said. ,"If we are on like we did the men's entirely different from eitherone.
UFAA and Ute general fund. hoping to get any measurable program 25 or 30 years ago." .
"We have no chance of amount of (additional) But; according to Chairmanof C.C. Elebash a'member ofa
getting help from anywhereelse support, it would have to the regents Marshall group doing the study for
," she said. She added come from some other source:' Criser the "bringing on" the regents' report, said,
--- ----- ,.", that "cutbacks in other UF Vice-President for must note be accomplishedwhile "(The resolution) would be
areas" was the only way to get Administrative Affairs creating a deficit in
I DR. RUTH ALEXANDER more money for women's William Elmore mentioned athletic budgets.. :
.hopes state athletic funds don't dry up athletics. another possible consquence "I AM for 'intercollegiate (See 'Troubles,page 16)


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