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: .. .. UF researchers let off the hook as bill passts in Florida House


,: By DEBBIE IBERT hours of course study on the I acupuncture research study acupuncture to treat patientswho With anesthesia, the technique, know exactly how
''ABIjmtor Staff Writer technique. ,A 12-member handles over ,500. patients a are plagued with chronic, patient falls completely acupuncture works,he added,
board created. by the bill 'long-term pain-such as ,asleep Modell explained, but the technique "might
The" Florida House of would set pass or fail x stan year.UF'S RESEARCH consistsof arthritis or low back pain. while hypalgesia means the decrease" the patient's
Representatives Wednesday dards for the course Rude- two "separate andunrelated" The other study underway is patient's tolerance for pain awareness of the pain.
took a' stab at regulating ,said.. studies. Modell investigating "acupuncture increases. '
> "doctors who practice Fortunately for UF said.One hypalgesia" as a substitute for NOT EVEN THE (See 'Needles,
I :acupuncture,' but let UF acupuncturists, an amend focuses on using anesthesia drugs. Chinese, who originated the page seven)
. .acupuncture researchers off ment attached to the bill.by .
' the hook. Rep. Richard ,Hodes,. D-
} 'Uooer a bill passed by the Tampa, exempts doctors who I Dorm carpets spark. controversy I '.
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house, doctors would only be are conducting acupuncture
,.allowed to use acupuncture research from the restrictions. By STUART EMMRICH The only encouragement the students received, Dattalo
treatment in those areas "THEY'RE DOING Alligator Staff WriterA said, was from the UF Committee on the Status of
where they hold a medical SOME good work down therein Women,which agreed the removal of the carpets might be
license. ( Gainesville)and I hate to band of male UF students, who claim they are the discriminatory toward males.
; A DENTIST CAN only use hold them up,",odes said in victims of reverse discrimination, are fighting to keep GLENNA CARR, of the status of women committee,
; the technique when working proposing the amendment., dormitory carpets which housing officials say are "in bad said Wednesday Dattallo should tell Marston the students
, on teeth, a veterinarian on The "good work" takes shape." had the "full support" of the committee.
animals,' and "a podiatrist place'' in the anesthesiology The students say,they ,will take their fight to UF Fred King, assistant housing director, defended the
' can't go above the knee" department of UF's College of' President Robert ,Q. Marston today, protesting the carpet removal on grounds that they were almost com
according to the bill's sponsor Medicine, where five doctorsare removal of the dormitory carpets and replacing them with pletely worn out and\ ruined by cigarette burns and water

Rep. Arthur Rude, R-Fort studying the use of vinyl tile. damage.
Lauderdale.The acupuncture tq relieve their' THE CARPETS ARE BEING removed only from men's Its carpeting I would not want to have'in my house or
bill also demands that patient's pain. dorms. apartment, he said.
doctors' be, certified tp Set up two years 'ago under ,Elmo Dattal 1UC, said the plea before Marston was KING EXPLAINED the only dormitories that were
by anesthesiology chairman Dr. the last step on a long,'and so far fruitless trip before
practice acupuncture "
satisfactorily completing 450 Jerome Model!, the housing and administration officials. (See 'Carpet,' page three)


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I .House okays tighter financial disclosure law




TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The House approved Gov. McPherson said the intent of the bill (HB 680)) is to prevent [thursday

Reubin Askew's top-priority legislative item Wednesday conflicts of interests between a governmental official's private
voting 79-27 to tighten up last year's financial disclosure law business dealings and his public duties.
but not going as far as Askew would like. Askew has threatened to organize a statewide referendumon /capsule
The bill which would require disclosure of all income financial disclosure this year if the legislature fails to act

sources accounting for more than $1,000 annually now headsto on the proposal.
the Senate It is expected to face rough opposition there Askew who makes his own income taxes and 'net worth '
mailers
with Senate President Dempsey J. Barren D-Panama City public and requires his top assistants to file theirs with him Postage gyps
and other north Florida conservatives fighting it. said on the opening day of th<: '1975 session that his

House Standards and Conduct Chairman Tom McPherson, resounding re-election last year was mandate for full postal l judge reportsWASHINGTON
D-Hollywood a sponsor of the bill, denied that lawmakers disclosure by public officials.
of the bill While the law requires officials to list sources of
stripped key portions Tuesday by eliminating present (UPI) The Postal Rate Commission'sChief
provisions which would have required officials to file income which amount to 10 per cent of their yearly worth the Administrative Law Judge saying the individual
statements of personal net worth and copies of income tax House passed bill requires disclosure of income sources in mail
user is paying more than his fair share for service, Wednesday
returns. excess of 1000. McPherson said the House bilt'expands
reduction in first-class rates and substantial increases
"This bill is much stronger than the one signed into law last disclosure to real estate holdings. debts and,stock interests.He urged a .
year by the governor," said McPherson. "For the layman the said that 12,000 more state and public employes would be in' most recommendations other categories.In to the commission Seymour Wenner
bill will help restore public confidence in office holders and required to file under the bill including aides to legislativeand
said the first-class stamp should be reduced from 10 cents to
elected officials. cabinet officials.
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8'/i and the post card from 8 cents to 5.
He also recommended that the airmail post card be
reduced from 11 cents to 10 but that air mail be increasedfrom
I Tanzania gives up on students 13 cents an ounce to 15 the third-class bulk mailing rate

be boosted by 7 per cent and parcel post increased by 67 per
cent, along with lesser increases for other classes of mail.
DAR ES SALAAM. TANZANIA (UPI) Tanzania and Emilie Bergman, a Dutch national."I "The Postal Service has become a tax-collecting agency,"
shrugged off all responsiblity Wednesday for winning the am concerned" with Tanzania's attitude Carter'said Wenner said. "Collecting money from first class mailers to
release of two American students and a Dutch girl held later. classes..
distribute to other favored
hostage by Marxist guerrillas in a jungle village in Zaire. The The hostages and a fourth an American girl -- freed
U.S. Ambassador expressed concern over the decision. Sunday were kidnaped 10 days ago from a wildlife research
whistler
The diplomatic controversy brewing for several days, broke station in northwestern Tanzania by 40 guerrillas of the left- Free calling
into the open when the government newspaper, The Daily wing Popular Revolutionary Party.
News said Tanzania "categorically rejects any responsibilityfor wants job not troubleDENVER
their release,or for whatever happens to them." U.S.. officials earlier Wednesday criticized the Tanzanian

U.S. Ambassador W. Beverly Carter met with Tanzanian government for being "too hasty" in publicly rejecting (UPI) The Whistler has arrived in Denver;
officials to try to resolve their differences and push the search guerrilla demands, which included a $500,000 ransom nearly but he wants to assure officials at Mountain Bell that he is
for the hostages. 21-year-old Carrie Jane Hunter of Atherton, 600 weapons and the release of Zaire radical leaders from only looking for a job not trouble.
Calif., 22-year-old Kenneth Smith of Garden Grove. Calif., Tanzanian
jails. The Whistler is JCsefC. ,Engressia Jr. 26 a former Florida
resident who discovered his whistling abilities could trip

telephone circuits that bypass the operators and computers
I Ex-student shoots 15 then self: who are looking for someone to bill.

Engressia, who is blind, said he has. gone straight now and
pays for all of his long distance calls. But he admits t to having
BRAMPTON ONT. (UPI) A young man armed with A daughter ofOntario Premier William Davis a student at placed thousands of dollars worth of them with his unusual

two rifles walked into a local,high school near the noon recess ,the school, escaped unharmed. skill.'
Wednesday and began shooting at students and teachers in, "The gunman ran along a hallway opening classroom doors Engressia who grew up in Miami said he first discovered he
classrooms. and shooting at everything in sight," a.student said. "Panic could whistle up a call when he was seven. He _began
Police said two persons were killed and 13 wounded before erupted throughtout the whole place. developing his abilities and by the time he entered the
the gunman killed himself with one of his weapons. The gunman was tentatively identified as Mike Slobodian. University of South Florida in Tampa there was little he
The dead included a woman art teacher and one student. about 22 a former student at the school. couldn't do.

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KawasaIdiu Carpetfrom page one

having the carpeting removed were men's because "we
Fri.-Sat. 9-9 have found male residents are a little more destructive and
do not have the care and concern necessary for the carpetsin
( the corridors."
Sunday 0
King said replacing the carpet with tile was part of a
two-year maintenance program to replace poor carpetingonce
it "reached the point of ruination."
He said the changes have already taken place in Simpson *
and Trusler Halls and other floors in South Hall.
uTilE ORIGINAL PLAN to enhance living conditionsby
12'S. putting down carpets is a good one, but it has proved to
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be a bad experience King said.
.
King said,the tile would, be installed some time this
summer when the dormitories were not in use.
While King acknowledged he understood why the
students would want to keep the carpets, he said the
problems the housing department has had in carpet
upkeep was not worth the expense."I .
AM SORRY,WE haveto, antagonize group, but
you. have to look at this thing objectively,"he said.
Dattalo said removing the carpets is one of a long list, of
t complaints the floor residents have had this year.
He claimed there is no kitchen on the floor and a
promised stove was never installed.,
DATTALO ALSO COMPLAINED there was no loungeand
the pool table in the hall ,was repaired after being
broken for almost two quarters then moved to Weaver }
Hall.Tom r
Moat, South Hall housing assistant, defendedsome
of the housing office,decisions.He .
said the lounge area in South Hall had to be used for
storage and office space and the pool table was moved to a
recreation room for the entire dormitory area. .
DA F1'ALO ADDED, HOWEVER, he and the other !
residents on first floor South are really just fighting for '
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Castrol) their"We carpets are not now.asking for new carpets. We understand the

NKG money problems-we just want to keep the old ones," he
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PLUGS (Quart) Dattalo said 15 of the 18 persons on the floor are
planning to return to their dormitory rooms in the fall.
Most Models UF Public Information Officer Hugh Cunningham said
he expected Marston would not take any action today but
8 9 would most likely delegate it to one of the vice presidentsafter

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also responsibility to see that all elements of SG
THE INSURANCE BOARD is responsible for the .It is my
and Accent are doing their jobs
and
and management'of the student such as Programs to
supervision organization make sure students are getting their money's worth,".be said.
accident and health Insurance Reviewing rates
programs.
the UF students to the administration
Representing and
of the and making
and specifications
coverage program the state of Florida is also the responsibility of the president
recommendations to the-senate for adoption of a specific .
said.
also functions of the board. Eaton
program are,
THE VICE PRESIDENT assumes the powers:of the
DEBBIE ERICKSON With the consent of the Student Senate the president ,
when the president is absent from office and assists
Alligator Staff Writer appoints and directs the 25 cabinet members who are president
him in the conduct of the government.
the
responsible only to president. Lobeck said his main job will be directing the cabinet. Each
EDITOR'S NOTE This it the Ont of a three-part aeries on Lobeck has been interviewing 183 applicants for cabinet subcabinet positions he said.
have
of 25 cabinet
posts
UF Student Government and Its functions. positions during the past quarter. This was one of the reasons
he cited for withdrawing from UF. Lobeck said the cabinet has two main functions. It serves as

Modeled after the United States government Student ,ONE OF THE SEVEN Activity and Service Fee Committee an investigative body to research proposals for reform in:all

Government (SO) is divided into three branches: executive (ASFAQ. ) members are'appointed by the president. ASFAC aspects of UF and performs services such as the book exchange
legislative and judicial.The makes recommendations to, the Student Senate for the and consumer guide. the first edition of which was

executive branch of SG consists of the student body allocation of the $15 million student activity and service fees. published. this'spring..
president vice president and treasurer. The Honor Court chancellor, with the president appointsthe ALL CABINET MEMBERS serve one-year terms and may
ELECTED EVERY SPRING quarter the members of the three student members of the Board of Masters (BOM). be removed from office by either the president or a twothirdsvote

SG executive branch president for four quarters. During that The BOM consists of the Honor Court chancellor. vice of the senate.
time members of the executive branch must be enrolled, as chancellor and three'law students.. Lobeck said he will also be in charge of coordinating
full-time students maintain an overall grade point average of Although UF President Robert Q. Marston makes the final university committee members.
2.0. have successfully: : completed three quarters UF and not decision on student membership in all presidential and "This year each university committee student member will
be on conduct probation. university committees nomination for these committees is also serve as an ex-offtcio or active director of the appropriate.
SG Vice President Dan Lobeck withdrew from UF and was made by the student body president with approval of the cabinet- division." Lobeck said.

allowed to remain in office because he received a registration senate. All university and presidential committee members
"THIS WILL SERVE to present a united front for UF
waiver from Dean of Student Affairs Thomas Goodale. serve two-year terms. There are 37 university committees .
students, he explained.
UF student regulations state all student body officers: must dealing with student reform.
The student vice president paid SI,200 for four
be registered as full-time students but this regulation can be. ANOTHER FUNCTION of the president is to serve as body
waived by the dean for student affairs. ,chairperson of the SG executive committee. Other membersof quarters.
RECEIVING A SALARY of$2,200 a year the president is the executive committee, are the student body vice, The treasurer is responsible for keeping complete and
responsible for the execution of the student body constitution. president. treasurer senate president senate president protein accurate accounts: of all student body funds on deposit with
One of the main powers of the president is to appoint UF and the non-voting executive secretary. the UP'cashier and to ensure that all SG money allocated by
the senate is spent according to the'UF student body con
students to SG committees. Many of these appointments are
Members of the executive committee make the
made without the of either of the other branches of up per stitution.
approval
sonnel policy board. This board: is responsible for hiring ALL REQUESTS BY organizations to spend funds

SG.The president appoints two of the six student members of permanent SG employes. All new employment positions allocated them by SG must be,approved by the treasurer
the board must receive final
'designated by personnel policy Caleb Grimes.
the SG election commission. The election commission an
independent agency of SG oversees the conduct canvassingand 'approval of the senate. Before the beginning of each: fiscal year, the treasurer must
certification of all SG elections.' Election commission SG Programs which provide entertainment where admission prepare a tentative budget and present it to the SG budget
members serve one-year terms. is charged, are both governed by the president and and finance committee.. The committee then makes,the. final

TWO STUDENT MEMBERS of the police liason committee executive committee. budget recommendations to the senate., .

are appointed by the president. This committee acts as THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE also elects the Attendance at Student Senate meetings is required so that
a mediation board between the UPD. UF students and chairperson of Accent and SG Entertainment (SGE) SGE is he can answer and deal with any fiscal problems. Grimes said.

Gainesville residents.These two students serve one-year terms responsible for overseeing activities of SG Programs and SG TIlE TREASURER receives $2,200 a quarter.is also a
and cannot be affiliated with SG. Productions. member of ASFAC and the health and insurance committeeand

In additiOn to ,serving as a non-voting member of the The student body president also has the power to veto any supervises all SG career service employes, he said.
University Senate the president has the power to appoint one" laws passed by the senate but the senate can override his veto The UF budget committee receives funds from Tallahasses
non-voting delegate-at-large and one non-voting alternate ,by' a two-thirds vote. and allocates these funds for UF educational programs. The
delegate to the University Senate. UF faculty are the' only Student Body President Jim Eaton said the student body treasurer is a member of this committee.
voting members of the senate. r constitution does not reflect all of the presidential duties.: Every year the treasurer must issue a financial manual The
Appointment of three student members to the student and EATON SAID THE main job of the president is "to look manual is designed to guide all SG-funded organizations

faculty insurance board is ,.also the responsibility the .out for student rights and see that all students involved are explaining everything they ,need to know regarding
student body president. informed (in student related matters). procedures: forms and prohibitions for-spending SG funds.



College deans to meet, talk budget I IBy

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STUART EMMRICH BRYAN SAID THE budget estimates right was in having enough resources and supplies.
Astor Staff Writer now are the figures each of the colleges "OUR SUPPLIES ;I'ARE very critical we

,operated with this past year. with no increases have a lot of equipment that needs repairs.) I
With final approval of the State University, being promised. have put In a special plea (to Bryan) to pay
System (SUS) budget expected 'in the But with the House and Senate conference special attention to our situation." Chen said.
1). legislature later this;week. UF colleges are committee working now on a budget that
his
said
now completing their plans of how to use their ,gives the state system an approximate $15 Law College Dean Joseph Julin
+Q / allocations.The million increase some tentative plans of how college was concerned with trying to get some

college deans are meeting this, week to use any added funds are being brought up. kind of salary increase if additional funding

with Robert Bryan UF vice president for Almost all the college deans to meet with becomes available.

w academic affairs to discuss their budgets and Bryan Wednesday the first full day of budget The legislature and Gov. Reubin Askew

present any special needs. hearings said they would use any increased have prohibited any raises for state employes
SO FAR MOST of the deans say they funds to add more faculty mainly to replacethe next year but Julin said he was "encouraged"that
expect hold expenses to this year's level anddon't faculty that either retired or left this past university system officials were pushingfor
.Rr7.'Jce
: have any immediate plans to hire new year. salary raises if state revenue turns out to

faculty or greatly increase equipment. JOHN PAUL JONES dean of the Collegeof be higher! than expected.
Bryan said he is telling the deans what they Journalism and Communications, said
can conservatively to have next JULIN SAID HE ,saw no significant
there
p expect year was now"not any money for new faculty
s the budget recommended by Gov. Reubin lines, but
Askew -',and then asking them what they additional allocations to increase the teacher law school next!year.

would to with Any increases. size of the college. He said his mian objective was to "keep the

"We are telling. them:this.. is how much "Our first priority is to cut down on class gains of last year." particularly a $200,000
money they Ire going to get and then :ask size really' .. can't have lecture courses In special allocation given last year for special
them how they plan to use:it." Bryan said., journalism.. Jones,laid. graduate amLAlthoup
"DO TIIIEY-WANT to use the money in Jones explained the journalism school: wu
I plugging up some of the. holes (in faculty planning now on teaching the, same numberof neither the house or the .senate
positions), by buying more books or by using courses offered last fall with less faculty has passsed the special allocation this year
\ it in ,Other Personnel Services and more students. Julin said he was hopeful it might be fundedby

"We are just..trying to find out what their "WE AREN'T CUTTING back any." he the conference committee.
priorities are, he added. said.
The budget for the will
Bryan explained the budget discussions hearings colleges
are"so' Engineering College Dean Wayne Chen continue the rest of the week.
tentative now" because: the budget said his college was also faced: with the Bryan and all the other vice will
presidents.
allocations have not yet been formalized but problem of
teaching more students
JOSEPH JUUN with less President
present their final budgets to UF
said discussion '
some had than
"priorities" to faculty last fall.
.t.trying for salary incrvatts take place. But he added his school's biggest problem June.PaQ' Robert. Q. Marston during the beginning of



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sparked the parking. committee -
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f' : COPY EDITORS. ; ;, "It may be that the
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",' acupuncture or
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,!-. CALL 3764458SUMMER 'f' distracted from the surgical
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::; incision, Modell said.

Last summer, Modell
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.. China with 11 other
American doctors and
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;/ scientists specifically to
observe the Chinese use of
acupuncture as a surgical
.,\ anesthetic.IN .
CONDUCTING THE
: research study, UF
INVENTORYREDUCTION anesthesiologists use
,;' disposable hypodermicneedles
(the kind used for
giving shots) with electrical
stimulators, brought from
,.,t :''" : / China by Modell to send
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\: needles.
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body, and the voltage and

BIG SAVINGS I .+ NOW, TILL MAY. 30!0 impulses frequency are of varied the accordingto electrical
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(No Reasonable Offers Refused on Demos or Systems must The be study blocked'off.,evaluates. the

acupuncture method by
gauging the effectiveness of

SONY 3 77 TEAC360SReel pain Modell relief explained.for the patient,

"WHEN A PATIENT is

to .Reel ::;. i' ,; under drugs which obliterate
: Cassette sensation of pain. or render
,," ," ',"". him unconscious he cannot
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.I $400.; But when he is awake under
acupuncture anesthesia, he
can tell the surgeon if he feels
, excessive heaviness, tractionor
NOW em$309'\i a\ !' pain," he said.UPs .
.1P $330 study focuses; only on
a "critical: study to determinevery
.. .: ., .. subjectively if
,'::.i-.iF" ',:'.. :. acupuncture helps people in
,> ," pain," Modell added. It does
not aim to discover how

EPI180 ,:to' SIR SIGMA acupuncture Persons works.who undergo

acupuncture treatment at

Speakers ... .'Ji:::,,'). DEMO Shands from Teaching all over the Hospitalcome state,

demo 1V";',:"' .. mostly referred by personal
'; physicians according to
Modell. Most patients have
NOW
NOW'$339 $549 suffered from some chronic
pr pain "for some time" and
come to the health center
seeking acupuncture as a
method of relief.
EACH PATIENT

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,:,,' consecutive days. The
treatments last about half an
Quad 8 track player /' hour.

'". Acupuncture hypalgesia is
: used as a substitute for
NOW $69 H'r anesthesia only in surgical
H operations where the doctor
'" anticipates no complications.
Modell emphasized. Also the
technique is'limited to use on
patients who could be
transferred to a local
i hi hutch anesthetic if necessary.
Even the Chinese use
acupuncture only on "good
risk" paitents he added.
r .11802 "THEY "(the Chinese
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that t acupuncture anesthesiais
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By BRIAN JONES
Alligator Staff Writer


They're dying by the hundreds. .
Some will die for good. Some will be resurrected next year.,
IN THE LAST two days of the Florida Legislature's 1975
session, only a select few will stay alive. '
Of the 3,700 legislative bills introduced this year, only 115
were'passed as of Tuesday night. With the leaders of both
houses committed to ending all lawmaking by Friday afternoon
activity in the state capitol is rising, to a last minute
frenzy.
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On the chopping block is a bill to add three students to the
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Board of Regents and several months of efforts to thwart
higher tuition for next fall.
THE STUDENT-REGENTS bill is ready for final passagein
the senate, but it has not been placed on the "special or .
der" calendar which would be necessary to bring it to a vote.
Even if the bill comes up for a vote today or Friday, it must
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Final approval of higher tuition comes a step closer each
day the legislature ignores the regents' fee resolution.IF .
THE LAWMAKERS DO NOT act on the resolution by

a adjournment, it automatically goes into effect.
"Legislators are just like everybody else. They tend to put
a everything off until the last minute and then hurry to catchup '

."explained Terry Jo Kennedy, an aide to Senate President ..
Dempsey Barron. ,
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Each year Kennedy'said",' most bills die either because i
there is not enough support to bring them to a vote or because -1
legislative priorities lay elsewhere. >
"ANYONE WITH a'program must set priorities," Kennedy -
said, and pointed to Barron's four-point program this
year as evidence that; "this has been. a very productive
'
session. ,
The four-point program includes reorganization' environmental
agencies substantial reworking of the Department
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of Health and Rehabilitative Services, measures to fight >,- ',
I D9mEY BARRON I crime and passage of "sensible" appropriations bills. :GOV RUBIN ASKEW

I ,session'productive' Gov.. Reubin Askew, however, said Tuesday, I he is not unhappy with multsI

happy that many proposals are going to die this year.,



I Residents complain of flooding from constructionBy




JOANNE KOHL Before the dike was constructed, she
Alligator Staff Writer said, the flood waters could reach the ,x rs
house in times of heavy, rain.
Construction on the north side of Mrs. Mallory O'Conner an art teacherat
Gainesville is causing some homeowners in UF, also lives next to Sugarfoot Swamp.She .
the Hogtown Creek area to wonder if their moved into the area after the last
homes will be flooded. major flood, and was aware of the flood
LB. Baldwin, organizer of a group of problem ,when she and her husband
homeowners called the Sugarfoot Com bought the house. ,
munity Improvement Association said "THE PEOPLE THAT owned the
construction north of 39th Avenue is house before we did had water in their
causing more water to run into Hogtown house a foot and a half deep," O'Conner
Creek. '

HOGTOWN CREEK runs into said."This house wasn't our first choice. We

Sugarfoot Prairie and Kanapaha Prairie. had been looking at another house, but we
Baldwin said that residents around Clear couldn't get financing on it." O'Conner

Lake and those living near the southern added. Si,gwgL3 04 #v a f'
part of Hogtown Creek want dikes' and Her' home has not flooded since
pumps built, draining the flood waters into O'Conner moved in, but the water has
the prairies. come up to her doorstep, most recently
"My house and others are threatened by during Tuesday's heavy rains.
rising flood waters Baldwin said. "THERE'S BEEN MORE runoff, too,
The area was last flooded 10 or 12 years since the street has been paved, .,

ago, he'explained.HOGTOWN ,O'Conner explained. "Before, that.;" thc
CREEK runs into Hail unpaved road used to absorb some of the
Sink Baldwin added. When the sink fills, runoff.

the water must drain into Sugarfoot "The city isn't interested in oing much
Prairie and the Kanapaha area, he said. about it," she added. '
J Pollution Control Director William "They did offer to put up a two-foot

Hurst has proposed that land less than 65 dike in the driveway which means we'd, ,' RESIDENT SHOWS OVERROW UNE', photo **,yb wool
feet above sea level be purchased by the have to drive; over a two-foot hump .
her
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county as a permanent water retentionarea. whenever we, drove /fn or'.out. That's all
Hurst has also recommended that they ever did," she said..' 'Not all of Mrs.. O'Conner's
land below the 100 flood neighboisshare ditions.and'. water and sewer department
year plain line be "IT'S THE CONSTRUCTION near the her feelings. A neighbor
living actions
across theneighbor.sald.,
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closed to development. intersection. Hogtown and Rattlesnake the street from
Sugarfoot Swamp insists "There used to be lake where.the Big
A water retention area provides a Creeks that is a
place 'causing the problem. that the whole controversy is "a farce."
la
Star ( ,grocery store 'chain) is ,now; The
for flood water to run into. The ground in O'Conner complained. "They can do :
the water retention area stores the water in 'this area lake flooded when the hurricane came
everything they want to but "THIS AREA HASN'T
flooded
in
11 through in 1964. Then ,the Water and
that natural sinkholes, lakes and channels the problem upstream"
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: years. even though 'we're living in the 10- Sewer
r cannot hold. The intersection of the creeks. in an area'north year flood channel. Because Department opened up a culvert -
t DIKES HAVE BEEN built in back of of 39th Street, is the site of condominium this channel, we're under the we're living in one of this big water'pipes to clean it
city flood out and that flooded the road, he said.
houses which
bordering Sugarfoot Swamp, and
shopping
center! construction ordinance, which bans
absorbs excess water from Hogtown Creek. she explained. Before construction area," the neighbor, who building wished in this A public hearing will be held at the
Lynn Hornberger, a resident in the area began, the area had absorbed unidentified, said. to be county commission meeting Tuesday, June
near Sugarfoot Swamp, said the swamp excess water. The water'now runs off into The last flood which 3, to aid the commissioners in planning a
: has flooded up to 10 feet into the dike. Hogtown Creek. area occurred in this course of action for Hogtown Creek and
was a combination
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big kitchen. Master suite separated from 3 other bedrooms. 2-car garage. taining. Large living room, family room and 2 patios. 2-car garage.
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The Forest of the Unicorn now brings something new and exciting you to go boating and fishing.The lakes are surrounded by towering: ,:',
to Gainesville A grand parade of townhouses, patio villas and single trees and natural greenery. ; ,
family homes in Gainesville's only t residential J community The Unicorn Club opens a world of recreation to make living here
Everything about!the Forest was panned to exceptional, starting an experience you'll delight in every day. Facilities will be available for '=
with bur unique architecture in a setting of rare natural)beauty.The parties and there will be game rooms, exercise rooms and saunas .
, buildings were designed with eye-catching elevations, and the to help you keep trim and healthy.
. exteriors are of ruggedly handsome woods to blend with the Outdoors, and now under construction is a magnificent
environment.The homes were all planned for easy living, with swimming pool A wading pool for kids plenty of all-I
room arrangements that make housework light, and enter- weather tennis courts and handball courts are ready for your ;,
taming memorable. Needless to say, they are built with the enjoyment! : just as soon as you move into the Forest ,1,,,;'f'
finest materials and workmanship throughout townhouses, We're finding out that once people see our planned, I' :" a:
patio homes and single family homes are grouped in,neighbor community way of life,with all its comforts and leisure a i>\i\ 4'';
hood clusters, to provide a maximum of privacy and a time activities, they want to share in all The Forest has to offer." 1, I t''
minimum of traffic. Why not visit the Forest of the Unicorn today, and see
Lush landscaping has been created with care and imagination. for yourself. ,' ,
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Insects are attracted by the reddish color and sweet scent of
the traps. Touching the trigger hairs activates the trap, which
snaps shut on its victim. I.,.'
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the trap will open again for a new catch. -'\';'
Gary Beckman, employe of the Incredible Plant Store, said
they sell about 30 Venus Fly Traps each week for $120 each.
The plant, which is sold in a small plastic container, grows r
from a bulb to full size in about one month.
THE FLY TRAP thrives best in a sunny spot and should be
kept moist at all times.
The plant should obtain the nitrogen it needs from insects,
and not from fertiziler, according to Caroline Lochlair,
manager of the Incredible Plant Store. n
"The plant can't absorb nitrogen from the soil. It needs to
get the nitrogen it needs from insects, which are.almost all
nitrogen."A .-
PLANT(fly trap)that couldn't eat insects wouldn't be a
very healthy plant" Lochlair said. w
Lochlair said small pieces of meat or cheese could be fed to THE PRICE STARTS at about $2.50 for a small plant. from which the plant grows. Water kept inside the clay pot
the plant, but activating the trap by mechanical means, suchas Another unusual plant gaining popularity, according to keeps the plant moist.
a pencil, could damage it. Lochlair, is an herb named Chia which is a member of the THE SEEDS taste like bean sprouts and are often used in
"Trying to trigger the traps by'a false offering will eventually sage mint family. soups, salads and sandwiches.
damage the triggering mechanism in the trap.'The traps will Chia grow in the desert and were used by Indians of the Lochlair said another unusual plant that is not available in
become insensitive and unable to snap shut," she said. West Coast as a source of energy. One teaspoon was said to Gainesville is the California Piggy Back.
LOCHLAIR WARNED that chlorinated'water will cause keep an Indian going for 24 hours. The large leafed plant, whose leaves look something like a
the traps to fall off the plant. IN 1894,THE SEEDS were sold for$6 to $8 a pound. begonia's,sprout smaller leaves on the back of leaves giving a
Another of the few "moving" plants is the Prayer Plant. Today Chia seeds and a small pot sell for$1.59. piggy back effect.
The big leaves of this plant fold up at night, as if they were Chia seeds are soaked overnight until they become a sticky "Now, the only place they sell them is in California. We
praying. jelly. This substance is rubbed on the outside of a small pot hope to get them soon, but I have no idea when" she said.

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By BRIAN JONES slipping in their enrollment, York said. Pooling library resources and sharing a
I Alligator Staff Writer 'The state universities bought out private statewide library computer network.
The Florida Legislature gave state New College in Sarasota this year when its Swapping students for professional and
universities dozens of new colleges financial future as an independent school graduate studies that the home school does
Wednesday and it didn't cost a cent. evaporated. not offer.
Universities The senate passed 32-0() a bill unanimously WITH STATE UNIVERSITIES able to Cooperating in research.
passed by the house a week ago which allows send students to programs at troubled private Sharing common budgeting, planningand
state and private universities to use each colleges, failures like the one at New College evaluation.
other's facilities and programs. might be avoided in the future, York said. Already the state universities and the
plan! sharingprocedures "WHAT THIS (the bill) does is allow the Under the bill, private colleges will also be University of Miami have explored
state universities to use physical facilities at able to take advantage of state university Cooperating in ,some medical and
the, private institutions which ,are not now programs.The oceanographic.programs, York said.
being used as private enrollment declines," act empowers the public and private The completed bill did not reach FLorida
University System Chancellor-designate E.T.. schools to arrange .for almost unlimited Gov. Reubin Askew's office by the close of
York said.Despite. cooperation. York suggested to the legislature Wednesday's session, but the bill's supporters
the continued rapid growth of state several areas where the universities might expect Askew will give the uncontroversialmeasure
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btuegrass'music"'by = surplus activity and service fee funds not yet allocated for the "We decided to wait because the senate had their last
1975-76 academic.year. meeting of the,quarter Tuesday night and because we are
The Student Auxiliary Night Patrol (SNAP) requested waiting for a decision from UF Attorney Thomas Biggs on the
$13,500 in funds for next year. valpdity of funding the CDS because it is off-campus
TIMBERLINEfrom I Sue Cine, ASFAC member, said' $12,000 would go toward organization," she said.Gainesville.

equipment and its up-keep. .

Louisville, Kentucky CLINE SAID 21 students will work 20 hours a week next
fall quarter as SNAP members. s'afe-
The Florida Quarterly literary magazine requested $9,970 .
0'ANTHONY'S' for next year for printing, office supplies and salaries for the
s editor and secretary."A but ozone levels
total of 2,400 copies: will be printed each quarter. Some
will be sold on subscription to libraries around the country
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Depper '7AS, for research on an information and training By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU
Area. package on' the effects of alcohol: abuse; Alligator Staff Writer
Depper said she will design the material and evaluate the
presents results during summer quarter. The package will then be Florida "Sun Coast" residents were forced indoors last
presented to the National Agency on Alcohol: Abuse((NIAA). week by dangerous ozone levels in the atmosphere.'
Depper said she hopes to receive a $200,000 grant from But an enviromental engineer from the Department of
NIAA to be used over a three-year period for continuing Pollution Control said Gainesville residents needn't worry.
DRY CELLARwith research on alcohol: abuse. Local: car emissions do not produce enough hydrocarbonsto
make area ozone.levels dangerous.THE .
THE UF ATHLETIC Association requested $74,898 for ENGINEER,Jerry Kubal,said because Gainesville is
i next year. If granted the money would be divided in the flat and has continuous: winds ozone clouds will not form over
Live EntertainmentBeer following way: the city as was the case in the Tampa Bay area Wednesday.
517,400 for a five per cent base increase over the amount Tampa residents sensitive to ozone(mainly those with asth-
Cokes Popcorn already allocated the association for the 1975-76 academic ma)were advised to avoid the out side-air as much as possibleand
,year; stay inside with air-conditioning during the pollution
$4,762 for a wrestling mat;
. 531,736 for women's sports; alert.Ozone is produced from a reaction between ultra-violet rays
8:30: 'pm till 1 amin and$16.000 to complete: the women's tennis dressing room; from missions.the sun and nitrogen dioxide produced by car em-

$5,000 to renovate the Perry Field house. KUBAL SAID Gainesville does not monitor ozone levels
Cine said the increase in women's sports would go toward because"it is not considered: a major problem here.
the Broward Rec RoomAldrinksproviled salaries, scholarships, team travel and other needs. "We don't have the continuous build-up of pollutant
emissions necessary for critical ozone conditions," Kubal
EXPLAINING THE MONEY for the women's tennis
dressing room Cine said, "The men's tennis dressing room said.Bob Holdren, an engineer with Environmental Science &
was completed: but they,ran out of funds and could: not Engineering Corp, said Tampa's ozone cloud could not moveto
complete: the:women's tennis dressing room." Gainesville. '
shoo w IB-R activity card M50 without Florida Players requested $4.595 for a dimmer board and "AN OZONE cloud is like cigarette' smoke. It's concentrated -,
$6,300 for a memory system.A at its origin but fades out the farther away you get,"
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Cone.y gftOl1e' I II $11,680 to help pay for rent utilities and telephone bills.. level along with all the pollutants it contains.
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WithThe Country request for $100,000 to microfilm] the entire periodical Kubal added the presence of sunlight is needed t to produceozone
GentlemenThe -, ::: department of UF main I libraries was requested by Al Foody. so ozone will not form at night.
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HonestlyDuring


the mid-term examination period a few

weeks ago a professor was overheard telling his
students anyone suspected of cheating would
automatically be tossed out of his class.

"I'm not wasting my time sitting around that
damned Honor Court," he warned them.

His attitude, unfortunately, is typical of many
UF faculty members these days. Reluctant to

"waste" their time with a student-run court, manyare
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taking matters into their hands.

That's one of the reasons why an honor system,

established by student initiative in 1914, has fallen _
into disuse in recent years.
Of course the faculty can't take all the blame.

Their objections are somewhat understandable.

They complain that the court, staffed by third and

fourth year law students, often subject them to
harsh and humiliating cross examination, and
more often than not the accused student gets off m
on a technicality under the court's rules of

criminal procedure. Then too, many students
never even go on trial, copping out in plea
bargaining sessions.

Whatever the reasons, the Honor Court, reeling
under the double blows of a recent cheating

scandal, and legal action to open their closed
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hearings has fallen on some hard times lately. By '
the end of this week President Marston will receivea
report on a set of task force recommendations Lives of purpose are forgottenThe

designed to revitalize the system.

Some of the ideas would undoubtedly do just face smiled up at me from the magazine. From under We know of the affairs of Richard Burton but not the
that. Restoring the concept of' signing a com- his boyishly disheveled black hair, Jan,Palach grinned shy conscience of Elliot Richardson. Jimmy Connors has his
pulsory examination pledge for instance, or a awkward intense a soccer ball under one of his arms. Later obnoxious niche in our minds but who holds in their memorythe
campaign by the Office of Student Affairs to his Czech friends would describe him as quiet and anguish of Holden Caulfield;,we know Johnny Canon, but
unassuming a student who kept to himself. John Sirica is a dim .recollection., f 4 <.., 1<;;
inform the university community of the im-
portance of the system. For in October, 1969,Jan Palach exploded,the student who
kept to himself pouring gasoline over his Prince Valiant
Traditions like the honor system'will not DOUG MOLLOYGUEST '
.
black hair over the rest of his body and set himself on fire.
continue on their own without an attempt by the His screams reverberated off the hard gray Prague morningand
administration to orient new students and faculty the cold metal of the Soviet tanks. COLUMNISTTHEY

to their importance, and this function has been THE REASONS ARE forgotten now. Palach is a
sadly neglected in recent years. photograph shrouded in black next to the clock in the homeof
Some of the recommendations however, seem his parents. Time has a way of doing that.

little more than a blatant attempt to take the DREDGED UP Thomas Eagleton from remote
process of keeping'' students honest out of the political career for the 1972 Democratic nomination for Vice-
hands of the students themselves. [ OPINION ] President. For two weeks they sized him up, and then threw
him back,like a fish judged too small into the sea of oblivion
Perhaps the worst idea is to set up an Honor from whence he came.
Council,'composed of both faculty and students. It
Eagleton. the only one to.leave that campaign with any
is hoped in this way faculty interest and par- David Berger lazily scratched behind his dog's ear as the semblance of honor, is a faceless name on a dusty campaign
ticipation in the system can'be restored. Life magazine interviewer asked him about the upcoming button too easily forgotten. Why are ,we able how are we
Tuesday night the Student Senate voted Munich Olympics. The Israeli weight lifter smiled quietly able to forget people of courage and honesty and integrity
unanimously to the idea of faculty sittingon proud posing for pictures I with his parents. He never understood and remember,yes even be enthused about the trite and the
oppose the Arab terrorist who killed him; it all happened so banal and the meaningless?
the Honor Court. They pointed out the in- swiftly.
clusion of faculty on the court sets a bad presedentfor And it was just as swiftly forgotten. People with purpose with something to say, people with
meaning in their lives are forgotten like so in a
student government as a whole. We agree. WHAT ARE THE faces we remember? With whose lives book; ..e need to realize that their book must many be pages read and
We have a better idea. Instead of taking the are we familiar? Jacqueline Onassis looks away behind her .read again not only for the wonder of what they ac
power to enforce the honor code from the students, sunglasses on the cover of every magazine every newspaper, complished but for the direction their accomplishments give
and we follow her unrelentingly with a lurid involvement. lives. '
President Marston should require faculty our

members to attend the court when questions of Prince Charles goes here and there, doing this and that THE MOVIE ASKED "Whatever Happened To Baby
cheating arise in their classes. Instructors would looking like a grown .up Alfalfa; we become engaged in Jane?" Don't worry; the grotesque and the vulgar and the
then be encouraged to proctor their classes more meaningless exploits and outspoken people with nothing to insipid are called to mind far too easily; people with purposeare
say. Who do we watch? Who do we remember? forgotten far too .
closely to keep cheating down, which is another soon.The'
recommendation of the task force. -

Starting summer quarter, the\ Honor Court will Ron Cunnlnvhom David M"inManaging
begin to operate under rules of 'administrative Independent Edltor-In-Chlef Editor

procedure, making the hearings less like a Florida Gary Solanoff David Bnhom
criminal ,trial. Plea bargaining will be forbidden, ; ,Alligator Associab editor Layout Editor
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professors will no longer be subject to 'harsh ellr Qsteticau '
questioning, and more students: will I be convictedor ''. .' Minds, Kelman Jody Carlin
EP News Editor .
acquitted on the merits, of their case. layout Editor

It is hoped these ,new rules ..will'.help restore R. .'Tony'K dzlor. ,.:.,. .:.... .,;... .'...., .. .,.... .......... .General
confidence in the system,, but it can't be done Jams V.Cook .. ......'i:r ..r.. .. Assistant Manager ;
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who operate it i a chance to revitalize it on their 'Acey Horper . :. ... .,.. ;..';' . .. . .Special Sections Coordinator 1720 Wtsi Univcnity Avw vButinvuOKic e.
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I Turlington suggests tuition benefits IEDITOR


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of our state universities face a serious financial situation. during the summer term. Could not a student earn these

I FURTHERMORE, ONE of the ways in which we can credits through a program such as the external degree
: have received more than 100 petitions
minimize the capital outlay needs of the universities is program at Florida International University attendance at a
signed by more than 2,000 students in the State University
System, asking the Board of Regents to rescind its recent through the recognition that the four-quarter average concept community college attendance at a private institution or by,
when fully realized will reduce the peak enrollment in correspondence courses?
mandatory attendance.I .
ruling on summer
the fall quarter and thus reduce the overall space needs and FURTHERMORE, upon examination of the summer
appreciate this expression of interest by the students in general overhead per full-time equivalent student of the nine enrollment figures for the summer of 1973, it is quite evident
the operation of our university system and I wish I could
that of universities achieve
state universities. some our a significantly higher
write a personal letter to each individual signer. However
,
In regard to the .rule proposed by the regents, in its ratio of summer enrollment to fall quarter enrollment than do
this is I this method
as impossible am using of
expressingmy present form, 1 am concerned whether mandating summer others. The policy as proposed does not resolve the problem of
appreciation.I attendance for particular students will best accomplish a attracting the student to return to the campus that he at-
AM ENCLOSING a copy of a statement I made to the
more level enrollment over the four quarters. tended in the fall or to the campuses with low summer
State Board of Education on May 20. In this, I the
suggest .
This problem is not only the concern ,of the Board of enrollment.I
possibility of establishing differential] tuition rates for Regents but it is our problem sitting as we do as the State I would suggest that the Board of Regents might wish to
summer study and the possibility of a tuition rebate plan the of differential tuition the various
Board of Education exercising general supervision over the study possibility rates at
for early graduation. State University System (SUS). institutions during the summertime and other possible incentives -
I hope that university students will continue to keep me such revisions of in order
IN EXAMINING the proposed rule, I note certain as course offerings to attract -
aware of their concerns. problems inherent in the way it was drafted. In its present the students to the campuses where the leveling of the

form it applies only to those students entering the SUS with four-quarter average is most desirable. '
.. Ralph D. Turlington less that 90 credit hours. It will automatically apply to all Furthermore a tuition rebate plan for early graduationmay
I'irst-time-in-college students, to transfer students from the have possibilities. This certainly can be accomplishedsince
community colleges who have less than the associate of arts the proposed ,rule does not go into effect until Sep-
STATEMENTAt degree or transfer students from other institutions.For tember I 1,1976, and in reality, not even then. It may be that
example, does it apply to a student transferring from a the mandatory policy is the best solution but the Regents
the outset, I would like to commend the Board of community college with 70 hours of credit.work and who has have sufficient time to study the other alternatives that I have

Regents for coming to grips with a very difficult problem; thatis received CLEP credit for 25 hours prior to his transferring to previously mentioned or other possibilites, before the present
an effort to increase the summer enrollment in order to the university system? proposed rule would take effect. '
accommodate the legislative mandate for budgeting and As you can see by this one example, there are some THEREFORE, I move that the State Board of Education
operating the state universities on a four-quarter average.. potential inequities that need to be examined and changed affirmatively defer taking action on this item and permit the
This has been the policy of the legislature for a number of before this rule is implemented. Also the proposal,states that rule to become effective as presently proposed without an
years and without increasing the summer enrollment, some the affected students must earn 15 quarter hours of credit expression of either approval, or disapproval, by the State
Board of Education as provided in Section 240.031(1)( ),
Dnv's/Foulk "' '"Florida Statutes" ((1973)).

GQOrgro SeB81e ball ll ll4..I.1 This will give the Regents time to re-study the problem and
propose timely future amendments to the State Board of

Education.I .
wish to commend, the Board of Regents for acting
positively on this matter which is of deep concern to the
students the faculty, the administration the Regents, the
Florida Legislature and ourselves. This is not a popular issue
and there have been expressions of strong sentiment. The
dialogue that will result from our action today will be positiveand
ultimately result in an improved solution devised by the

Board of Regents.Don't .

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new low school


EDITOR 1 was disturbed to read in the Alligator's
editorial "A Bit Shaky" that there was a legislative proposal
for a new law school at Florida Atlantic University. As a law-
student, 1 am faced with the rather desperate situation of,
trying to find law-related employment in a market that as
I"This'll' verified by government statistics has and will continue to
have for at least the next 10 years only one opening for every

two law graduates.Part .
of the cause of this poor ratio of jobs to graduates is
reflected in the fact tha ''number of graduates taking the

.;....: .;" Florida Bar Examination increased from 929 in 1970 to.1,942in
:, \ : f w.Jt.j'IM.r: '! :'.. ': ;.;. 1974.

; : FACED WITH this staggering surplus of law graduates I
: ; : am at a loss to see how a new law school could have any other
Tallahassee//
kill them in impact than to directly increase- that sizable group of

frustrated law graduates, who, after seven years of invested
time find themselves precluded from employment in a law.
related field.
On the other hand as to the medical profession, where the
need for medical doctors far exceeds the supply, we find no
proposals for new medical schools or even significant expansions
of the existing ones.
FURTHERMORE, couldn't part of this contradiction be

explained by the existence of a strong lobbying organization
,'
I : II.: sponsored by the medical profession which is interested in

maintaining the status quo of a situation of short supply that

has lead to average yearly incomes for general practioners of
.
$60,000 with) specialists often exceeding $100,000

William A. Newton

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Pag.14Th.Indopondon Florida Alligator,Thursday May 29.1975

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By BILL FLORA LAKE SAID his workers trasplanted the y
Alligator Staff Writer grass to he Plaza where it remains today. I- II1
Lake also runs the sprinkling system which ill
The grass on the Plaza of the Americas draws water from three wells capable of ap.
which serves as a soft bed for sunbathing UF producing from 200 to 500 gallons of water +.5 11 +3zveE'.N
students was once being ripped and torn by per minute. The final effluent from UPs
football players at Florida Field. sewage treatment plant, is also pumped into
UF's extensive sprinkling system is not the sprinkling system. Lake said.
affected by high city water rates because it, The grounds division maintains its own
draws water from three underground wells greenhouses where flowers are grown for use
and treated campus sewage. as inside decorations or for one of the or-
FORMER UF President Stephen C. namental flower beds around campus.
O'Connell 'was a flowerlover.It Lake said many new flower beds were
reads like a listing from a campus planted during O'Connell's administration
"Believe It Or Not." because the former president loved flowers.To pnoto by John moran
Actually it is an afternoon's conversationwith accomplish its task, the grounds GROUNDS DIVISION WORKER
N.R. Lake UF grounds superintendent.LAKE division has more equipment than all other .. .division is responsible for almost all UF landscape
SAID the UF grounds division the UF departments put together except .t. ::'oi. : "
largest of its kind in the Southeast has an agriculture. Lake said.
annual budget of more than $1 million.

Lake and his staff of 146 grounds workers ... ...
are charged with he maintenance of 1,182
acres of UFs 2,000 acre campus. Budget may crunch liason positionBy
The grounds division was responsible for
digging up the sod on Florida Field to make
way for the astroturf. MICHAEL BRADLEY But with some senators unhappy with past "FROM THE CITY'S point of view it is
Alligator Staff Writer performance of the liaison and feeling an certainly worth the money we put into it,"
economic pinch of its own, the senate voted to Little said.County.
reduce the salary. Commission Chairman Jack
The fate of UF's student community liaison Efforts to abolish the position were Durance claiming that local government is
officer faces an uncertain future with defeated. experiencing "the worst financial crunch" in
university, city, and county budgets suffering FACING the possibility of zero-funding by 15 years said. "This thing will be reviewed at
from the economic crunch. the city and county Student Body Treasurer budget time.
The Student Senate has already cut the Caleb Grimes has been trying to save the The budget is now being constructed and
position's salary 20 per cent and there is fear program. will probably come to a vote. in August, ac-
among Student Government (SG) officials Although the senate has voted to continue cording to Durrance.
that the city and county may cancel the funding it is "up in the air if the city and "I'D LIKE to keep this position,"
program altogether. county will continue funding the program," Durance said. "I feel that the position has
THE COMMUNITY liaison officer according to Grimes. value."
ty represents student interests before the city This week Grimes is mailing letters to each Durance pointed to the bike lanes on
s a3 t a r and county commissions and acts as a liaison of the city and county commissioners, explaining Archer Road 'as tangible evidence of the
between SG and local governments. why the liaison's salary was cut and liaison's effectiveness.
The officer's quarterly salary is paid by SG the importance students place on the position. Comparing the liaison to a firetruck,
with the city and county commissions.each GRIMES emphasized the importance of Durrance said he wasn't greatly disturbed
contributing equally. the liaison as a-"student voice" before local that the liaison hadn't veen very active in the
Last week the Student Senate, in con- government and an active agent in issues past.
v s sidering the 1975-76 'SG' budget, voted to concerning students and the university. "YOU DON'T use a firetruclc everyday
? t t reduce the position's salary from $100 .per Gainesville Mayor Joe Little expects the city Durrance said.A .
3vft quarter to $80.DURING commission to maintain its equivalent participant in originally creating the
DEBATE over the reduction funding although he could not predict what position. Durrance says he sees the value of
apprehensions were expressed that the cut the commission will actually do. the liaison as "an avenue of communication."
might be interpreted as an indication of lack Little described the liaison as' very affirmative Durrance said the senate' decision to cut
I JACK DURANCE of student interest and support of the and that during "the first year the salary will not affect his decision to fund
.'position has value' program. some good things came of the program." the -position.


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JANET PARK the federal government.;
Guaranty Federal Alligator Staff:Writer Goodale mentioned that $3500 of the
ARTS KAWASAKI construction involved 14
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600 N.E. 23rd AVE. SAVE Status of Women Committee members $250 per tree."THIRTEEN .

reacted with enthusiasm and excitement to SITES were presented to the .
" the announcement, of expansion of Baby land-use committee and they chose this one.
Gator Nursery facilities to three times the It was cleared with the residents of Golfviewand
DAY present capacity. Corry Village, too," Goodale said.
Funded by $87,000 of Activity and Service Large plate glass windows will allow
Everyday Low Sandwich Prices 75(to 95 fees,the two new facilities will each be able to natural sunlight in the air-conditioned
handle 30 children.The nursery in the United building.In .
Happy Hour Special 5-7 pm Methodist Church on University Avenue will other action, committee members heard

2 pitchers for price of 1 continue to serve 30 Baby Gators. Dr. Eileen Sullivan describe the circumstanceof
DEAN OF Student Services Tom Good- her denial of tenure and promotion.
I ale presented a site plan, indicating the two SULLIVAN, a five-year member of the
NIGHT new buildings will be located southwest of the behavioral studies department of University
Holland Law Center, close to Corry Village, College, said she has filed complaints of
Drink 15 DRAFT ALL NIGHT! married housing. tenure denial on the basis of sex
I Although all new construction must be discrimination with the Academic Freedomand
; 2 separate bars Dance to live music with Buster approved by the Board of Regents, Goodale Tenure committee..
or play and pool. said the buildings were approved along with Status of Women Committee members
Corry Village Recreation, Center to be built decided here was "reason to believe an investigation -
PinbjSbali nearby. may reveal discrimination on the
Goodale said he expected bids for the basis of sex."
:- nurseries' construction to be opened next Committee member Edna Saffy presented
week, with construction finished by the end of suggestions for female Accent'76 speakers for
'.,' t' fall quarter. committee approval.A .
HE ESTIMATED the construction costs letter will be sent to Accent Chairman
will amount to $60,000, with the remaining Steve Weiner suggesting such speakers as
$27,000 of the allocation to pay salaries of one Barbara Jordan of the U.S. House of
teacher, one part-time teacher and three Representatives Judiciary Committee, actress
teacher aides per facility. Mario Thomas and noted anthropologist
1430 SW 13th SL 377-0718 Children from three to five-years-old with Margaret Meade.
one parent attending UF are admitted to Saffy's final gift to committee members at
Baby Gator on a first-come first-serve basis. the last meeting of the quarter was buttons-
parents must also be considered "low- "Men for Women" for he men and "Make
income" by standards similar to those used by Policy Not Coffee" for the women.

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Committee reacts against -I


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,SCHOOL NEEDS. -
The Committee on Public Functions has campus because of the contract's stipulation.
voted to recommend to UF President RobertQ. Marston also asked UF Attorney Tom
Marston that the "loyalty oath". be Biggs for a legal opinion.IN .
TOWERS BRANCH (SERVICE COMPLEX) stricken from UF.speaking contracts.
The student-faculty committee HIS OPINION, Biggs said the
:. unanimously recommended to delete the stipulation originated with a 1971 resolution
BROWARD
SHOP (BASEMENT) section stipulating that student activity money passed by the Florida Legislature and as such
not be paid speakers who advocate the does not have the force of law.
UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR ) overthrow: of the U.S. government or Expressing the feeling of the committee,
disruption of the university. chairman John Fancy said "It seems to me """I",
MEDICAL. BOOKSTORE (SECOND FlOOR) MARSTON ASKED THE committee for a the laws of the state are sufficient" and the
recommendation following the protest this contract stipulation is unnecessary.
month of Dr. Paul Gaston, a University of One committee member described the
Virginia professor who participated. ,in UF's stipulation as "humiliating."
Southern Colloquium. "If it's illegal I want to see it out (of the
Since then Marxist historian Eugen contract)," Fancy said. "If it's legal I want to
Genovese has refused to speak on the UF fight it."


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bomb threat caused the evacuation of the Kolakowski.
J. Wayne Reitz Union Tuesday night, ac- UPD officers arrived and evacuated the
cording. to a University Police DepartmentUPD building at approximately 11 p.m. until the
( ) officers thought it "safe to re-enter the
IfrC The threat,reported by Melanie Kolakoski.a building" around 11:20 p.m. .
clerk, was called in by a man whose voice UPD had not apprehended a suspect by
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Digest officer in U.S. Marine Corps until retire- bachelor's and master's from Auburn. M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard. Taught at
ment as colonel. Selected by 75-member Worked two years at Arnold Research University of Illinois, George Washington
Productd Student Agricultural Council, who accepOrganization in Tullahoma, Ala. Selected University and Boston University. Selected
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England. Author of prize-winning novel, Yale and A.B. from Earlham College; Dakota State, master's from University of of Illinois; BJS. and M.S. from UF. Five
"Mortlake." Selected by the college served as teaching assistant and teaching Montana, doctorate from University of years as senior design engineer for
awards committee, comprised of faculty associate at Yale. Was visiting professor Texas. Consultant to school systems in Pratt-Whitney Aircraft. ,Selected by a
from each department, who based selecat Federal University of Ceara, Brazil. U.S.,South America,Thailand, Phillipines faculty committee from nominations submitted -
tion on faculty data forms and student Selected by vote of college's student body and Nepal. Chosen by student-faculty by each department in the college.
evaluation. in balloting conducted by Student Council. 'committee who solicited student nomina-
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Two years at Escuela Agricola PanameriUnited Press International, Rhinelander degrees from University of Mississippi, practicing pharmacist In' Arizona and
cans in Honduras. Selected by a vote of all (Wis.) Daily News and Minneapolis Star. Yale University. Selected by a majority California.Selected by majority vote of 135
students in Forestry School.. Selected by vote of all graduating seniors vote of the June graduating class. graduating pharmacy students.
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Professor Hospitals Georgetown University Hospital bama. Was clinical nursing instructor at
,and as supervisor at Shands Teaching Jefferson ,State' Junior College (Ala.).
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ALTHOUGH UF employes pay all the
[TOR'S SUMMER UF employes may find themselves having to expenses of the school insurance plan the
IN EUROPE!!I switch medical insurance programs later this cost to them is less than it would be under the
year if benefit claims continue to outstrip state pan.: _
38900 Group Rate is approx. % price coverage costs. But if the rates care raised next year Button
And the state may find itself kicking in $10 said it would probably be cheaper for the
und trip: Miami-Luxembourg-Miami s for part of each of the 2,700 employes' employes to switch to the state plan with the'
[;ne 12-Sept.ll Three full monthsw monthly costs if the switch takes place. $10 supplement each month.
Student, special flight has 10 available seats. ROBERT BUTTON, UF personnel Button said the .UF plan now has lower
ese won't last: long! director said employe claims on their Blue rates because of a low usage in past years but "-
Cross-Blue Shield, programs were running explained that might change if the rise in UF
Contact Immediately Marion Walker 392-2311 higher this year than the premiums paid to "claims continues.
the companies. ": lU1n1111RllllIllIllIUlll lllllllllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllflitllllli When re-bidding comes up in September, Blue Cross-Blue Shield raising its rates was a
i Button said the companies may decide. to "very iffy thing": and added there was no
raise the rates to offset the loss. chance of claims outstripping premiums
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: ': 377-0948 ( 'Bj MICHAEL BRADLEY was tabled:last week due to insufficient"in;
)< 'ifi' Open10am.8pmdaily ':Alligator Staff Writer formation, 'was unanimously approved .,
12-6pm Sunday Tuesday night for the position Secretary'of
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We handle special orders.A The senate also voted to expand the movie'
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Produce The revised 1975-76 Student Government discount program. to' include Wometco
Friendly Market Just for YOU
budget of over one-half million dollars passedits Theatre \tickets and to approve adoption of a
fourth and final reading at Tuesday night's student ''health insurance program underwritten
MILK Plastic gal limit 2 picas .$1.29 STRAWBERRIES . 3 pt. $1.00 Student Senate meeting. ; by the Guarantee Trust' Life Insurance
FRESH Applause erupted, in the senate, chamber Company of Illinois.
SHELLEDPEAS
. . . . . 69e MUSHROOMS . Hb. pkg. 89e with the final passage of the budget which has The current,UF student. health ''insuranceprogram
generated extended debate and kept :the is underwritten by Blue Cross.
LARGE GA. US No.1PEACHES in session, late 3 'A SPECIAL SESSION of the
senate as as a.m. senate was
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,. ',' . $1.00 THE BUDGET ,NOW goes. to Student held Thursday night to facilitate completionof
Body President Jim Eaton for final SG ap- budget consideration before .dead week.
and Many More Items proval.In At the special; session. amendments were
PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI.,. SAT. other action 'the .senate' 'unanimously passed, striking $40 from"th Honor Court: '
We accept FOOD STAMPS approved a resolution introduced 'by' Senate" Chancellor's: proposed$290 quarterly"salary '
President ,Art Aspinwall opposing the in- and funding$4,644 for next year's. Course and
elusion of faculty members on the hearing Teacher Evaluations. -,
body of the Honor Court.. .At the regular senate 'session ,two days
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, PARTY The resolution states such an inclusion before amendments had been passed raising ,
would set a bad precedent for SG and that the Chancellor's salary, by $40. and zero-'
"there are numerous other avenues for faculty funding the Course and Teacher Evaluations.
input into the Honor Court that do not have a DUE TO SENATE ATTENDANCE
Connection detrimental impact on the concept of student problems President-Aspinwall proposed the
The government." number of permissible absences be reduced
AN .ADMINISTRATIVE HONOR Court from four and one-half to three.
twinge task force has proposed faculty included. An absence from the first or last roll call
on the Honor Court. counts as one-half absence.
We are closing to remodel. UF President Robert Q. Marston will The senate expressed its approval of the
announce his decision on the Honor Court on measure and a formal bill l to that effect will be
Every night 8pm-2am: Friday. introduced during the summer quarter.
The senate also approved the first cabinet The senate has recessed for the spring
ALL DRINKS nomination ''submitted by Eaton. 'quarter and ''will not meet again until the
SO JON WINCHESTER, whose nomination second Tuesday of the summer quarter.
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Staff Writer commanding officer, sometimes to save the ,military the "Our program Is designed to help veterans erase
expense of a court martial and sometimes because the this stigma (a dishonorable discharge) from their
commanding officer just doesn't like the individual racial military records. Considering today's severe
Joe Doe, a UF senior and Vietnam veteran, was released or political reasons and wants him out quickly,"he said. unemployment' picutre, a less than honorable
from the service with a less than honorable discharge. Now, Doe declined: to reveal why his discharge was not discharge can doom a veteran in his search for

..., >after five years, Doe (his real name is being withheld pending honorable. ,work.
a legal review of his case) is trying to upgrade his discharge.DOE "Let's just say I was in a group of nine sailors who wantedout
HAS ONE main reason for his efforts. of the Navy, no matter what the cost. I .
"Job discrimination. I have personally been discriminated "One got a less than honorable discharge for homosexual -Glenn Looney .
against on'the basis of my discharge," Doe said. tendencies, one for AWOL, some for drugs and alcohol, one I
"When you go for an interview with, say a large corporation for attempted suicide and one for hardship."IF .
they look at your DD 214 (standard separation YOU WANTED OUT, you had to do something
record the veteran keeps) to see what kind of discharge you drastic. To even see the psychiatrist, you had to really mess
received.: If it wasn't honorable, they want to know more and yourself up. That's what I did because I was going crazy with "YOU SHOULD have the opportunity to more or less pay
have you sign a release for them to gain access to your per the system." said Do ". your debt because people 'do change,. and the. government
manent military records. Doe said he considered the consequences but felt he had should take this into account," he said.
THEN IT'S A CASE of damned if you do, damned if you little choice."I Joe Doe was 21 when he was discharged. Despite his
don't. If you don't give them the release,you don't get.the job. wanted out. I was drinking a half case of Ripple every situation, Doe has hope.
If you do give it, they learn the details of your discharge and day, even on duty.. he said. "I was just tired of being one of "I'm going I be successful in this thing. I'm in it because I
you still don't get the job,".he said. Pavlov's dogs." think I can win. I'm not against the government. In fact when
Lake Joe, there are approximately 500,000 Vietnam-era' THE PROGRAM has been successful in helping some I get my degree this summer I want to work for the govern
veterans who were released from military service with a less veterans upgrade to the honorable discharge status. ment. But 1 can't unless I get this thing behind me,," Doe said.
than honorable discharge. And like physical battle scan, such "About 85 per cent of the veterans who seek' our help HEARINGS, preparation of legal briefs and the filling out
discharges can stay with the veteran for life. succeed: in upgrading if.they'use legal cousel and travel to of countless forms face Doe for the next six to nine months.
THE GAINESVILLE AREA Discharge Upgrade Project WashingtonD.C. to appear before'a special review board," "It'll all be worth it,"he said with'*smile.
(DUP) is trying to change that. Looney said.LOONEY.
"Our program is designed to help veterans erase this EMPHASIZED the program is not a cold,
stigma from their military records," said Glenn Looney, UF impersonal bureaucratic program for Vietnam veterans. Botanist speaks on potFlorida
student, Vietnam veteran and coordinator for the project., "We work with veterans on.a one-to-one basis through
"Considering today's severe unemployment picture, a I less personal and confidential interviews. We get to know the.
than honorable discharge can doom a veteran in his search for. veteran by name not his serial number"he said. State .University botany professor Dr. Lauran
work." DOE SAID he was not aware he could change his status."I Anderson will give a lecture: today entitled "Marijuana,
Looney explained there,are basically two kinds of military was never told that I could upgrade. I should have been. 'Botany and the Law."
discharges: Honorable and less than honorable. I wasn't told," he said. The'lecture will be in room 137 of Norman Hall at 3:30
"THE LESS THAN honorable discharge can result from Doe said he deserved his kind of discharge but that
either administrative action or a-court martial," Looney said. discharge records shouldn't follow person for"the rest of his p.m.The lecture is being given in cooperation with UFs Botany
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Alligator Correspondent Hailing from Deep Gap, North Carolina, where he is musicians all over the world who have' been known to
reputed to have put that small city on the map via his listen to his records at 16/ rpm's, trying their best to copy

[e may just possibly be the best acoustic guitar player in country pickin' prowess Doc Watson is the, archetypal the Indomitable master of flat picking.But .
world. He has single-handedly been responsible for country musician; blind straight out of Appalachia, a onstage, Watson and his group are able to win over
cuing the flat-top guitar from the obscure depths of human relic of American traditions. even the most critical country music fanatics while at the
background. He is the Segovia of Along with his son Merle and a new back-up{ group same time appealing to,even the youngest layman."It .
kers.egrass He has been credited by Steve Stills, Neil country Youngd called United Frosty Morn", Doc Watson has been touring the gets to the soul or down to earth and it's not too hardto
Richie Furay as their primary source of influence and States mesmerizing audiences with his magic understand" he once said of his music. "It expressesthe
piration on the back of the "Buffalo Springfield Again"urn. fingers everywhere from Johnson City 'Tennessee to the joys and sorrows of people."
excitement of New York City. Doc and Merle Watson will appear at the ,Beef and
While largely ignored by the record buying public Bottle's Entertainer this and ,
iHe is, unmistakably, the one and only Doc Watson. Watson's Lounge Friday Saturday
role has been mainly_ as an influence to night. Shows are at 8:30 and 11:00.: All tickets are $3.50.. .




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choose from at five bucks a throw.
I was prepared to have my mind messed and my morals MUCH CAN be argued about pornography, but one
rrupted. All in the line of duty,of course. thing is apparent: it is. an expensive pastime. (Even the i '
The assignment: the Adult Book and Movie Store. "cheap" paperbacks in the bin go for two-to-three dollars.) WOMEN O [
What really went on behind 'those mustard colored Behind the counter at the rear of the store two male
rindows The ones where Sylvester the Cat slyly grinned clerks are watching "Soul Train" on a portable TV
lut at you?'What did he know that I didn't? Brushing past the French Ticklers. I saunter over to the
INSIDE,'was it,adark, dingy dirty place with thick counter and cop a look at the items, displayed. ii ,
yen of cigarette smoke hanging in the air',like LA. Rubber phalluses. artificial vaginas, battery-operated
og? Would there be racks and racks of moth-eaten vibrators passion powders, prolong pills you name it, .
aJiva.stalned paperbacks with mysterious old men in they got it. Coq s g, MJ

frown trench coats drooling over them? (Flash, Mister?) "So far we've sold one of everything" a clerk tells me. R/
I'd soon find out., "The people who buy this stuff aren't embarrassed. If they
Pulling open the door and throwing propriety out the buy it, then they need it." .......
window I entered the store. LOOKING OVER toward a curtained doorway beyondthe art by |loin

The first thing one sees is an'ample amount of space. counter I ask if that is the way to the back room where teresting. Wow my first porno film thought.But .
t, e: store has no hidden corners In which to get lost; not the movies are shown. It is indeed and I am offered a after about a minute'and,a half of watching two
for that matter Is the lighting dimmed for anonymity. So if consenting adults perform fellatio;'I became disinterested.How .
ou're,thinking of slinking in there unnoticed, you can tour.Upon entering one goes from tacky flourescent could anyone get off,on this? The lighting was bad;
forget it.THE .. brightness to glowy adolescent blacklight.complete with the direction nort-existentr and the actors unconvincing.I'll .
STORE is bright clean carpeted and totally suggestive posters. The room is divided into nine plywood ,take a little romance with my pornography if you
Devoid of personality. compartments for privacy. Each has its own, movie please.
Flushed flat against the walls are rows of cellophane projector and peep hole in which to view the screen.A As.I left the Adult Book and,Movie Store my mind
aled magazines paperbacks and specialty items. Sitting quarter buys you approximately. five minutes of a 35- and morals basically intact-the clerks were still glued to
wkwardly in the center of the room is a large wooden bin minute film."That's their TV show. And for good reason. Elton John looking,
led'with cheap paperbacks.The how we make our money.".the clerk says. "In like a left-over leprechaun from the St. Patrick's Day
store looks like the sort of place one,would buy a order to see the whole film you gotta keep pumping the Parade was beating the hell 1 out of a plexi-glass piano.
magazine for Mother-if Mother was into bondage.The quarters,in." And that certainly had.more bizarre appeal than all the
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on distorted
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voices and earth Broadway musical of the
red up to their: name taped
uesday night In one show shaking synthesizer it ) revolutionary Sixties is

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prove
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Idling of being one of theP broke into their current hit ..Music from' sounds of universe Medicare. applies for
> bands Autobohn. Lasting
throughouturope. song At rate the play usedto
any
At times almost half an hour,
their vironmental sounds of the reserved but were switchedto' be a good piece of theater..
lacked Autobohn was an exampleof
fusic m monotonous.,unity and fast paced electronic case.After the concert, universe." general admission Perhaps it still is. Perhaptthey've
Kraftwerk's electric piano Rolf said their music because of the em updated 'it '-
[,The group'f first few music at its best.
screaming crowd player Rolf hesitated to has been well received by' overabundance of empty replacing he ,tired worn out
ngs were characterized The
back describe the group's American' audiences: He seats. references to LBJ. LSD, and
y a mellow Kraftwerk
ound electronic brought encores music. Following several sighted: the .,'previousnight's Kraftwerk's light show. STP with some newer topics
attraction created' by the for two a shorter moments of thoughtful ,.concert1 in Miami was 'very disappointing i if like: Watergate. Ford and
of electricrums highlighted by which silence he coined the where they played"until 6 not nonexistent after being rebates.
[ and piano, synnesizer version of Autobohn words "electronic rock" to billed as one of the best. It 'The show will play the
phaser, and flute. captivated the crowd. 'describe their music. a.m.Even though both shows consisted of four sets of Great Southern Music Hall ,.
Averaging over ten However,it must be noted will HE CONTINUED by were combined because of green and purple! June 1 with two shows only.
mutes
each, these songs'ked that almost all crowds saying Kraftwerk "takes a the group's late arrival the ,florescent lights along with Tickets rare 55.50 and S6.50
a flow of continuity- applaud to hear an encore lot of music from experience -, crowd was very.small. All four small neon signs with and all seats must be
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Alligator Staff Writer commanding officer sometimes to save the ,military the "Our program ts designed to help veterans erase
expense of a court martial and sometimes because the this stigma (a dishonorable discharge) 'from their
commanding officer just doesn't like the individual racial military records. Considering today's .severe
Joe Doe, a UF senior and Vietnam veteran, was released or political reasons and wants him out quickly,"he said. unemployment picutre, a less than honorable
from the service with a less than honorable discharge. Now, Doe declined to reveal why his discharge was not discharge can doom a veteran in his,search for
'after five years, Doe (his real name is being withheld pending honorable. work."
M a legal review of his case) is trying to upgrade his discharge. "Let's just say I was in a group of. nine sailors who wantedout
DOE HAS ONE main reason for his efforts. of the Navy, no matter what the cost ,
"Job discrimination. I have personally been discriminated "One got a less than honorable discharge for homosexual Glenn. Looney
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against on the basis of my discharge" Doe said. tendencies, one for AWOL, some for drugs and alcohol, one ) .
"When you go for an interview with, say, a large corporation for attempted suicide and one for hardship.
they look at your DD 214 (standard separation "IF YOU WANTED OUT, you had to do something
record the veteran keeps) to see what kind of discharge you drastic. To even see the psychiatrist, you had to really mess
received. If it wasn't honorable, they want to know more and yourself up. That's what I did because I was going crazy with "YOU SHOULD have the opportunity to more or less pay
have you sign a release for them to gain access to your per the system." said Dot. your debt, because people"'do change. and the government
manent military records. Doe said he considered the consequences, but felt he had should take this into account: ," he said. '
"THEN ITS A CASE of damned if you do, damned if you little choice."I Joe Doe, was 21 when he was discharged. Despite his
don't. If you don't give them the release,you don't get.the job. wanted out. I was drinking a half case of Ripple every situation Doe has hope..
If you do give it, they learn the details of your discharge and day, even on duty.. he said. "I 1 was just tired of being one of I "I'm going to 1 be successful: in this thing. I'm in it because 1.think I I.
you still don't get the job,".he said. Pavlov's dogs." I can win. I'm not against the government. In fact when
like Joe there are approximately 500,000 Vietnam-era THE PROGRAM has been successful in helping some I get my degree this summer I want to work for the govern
veterans who were released from military service with a less veterans upgrade to the honorable discharge status. ment. But I can't unless I get this thing behind me," Doe said.
than honorable discharge. And like physical battle scars, such "About 85' per cent of the veterans who seek' our help HEARINGS, preparation of legal briefs and the filling out
discharges can stay with the veteran for life. succeed: in upgrading if,they'use legal cousel and travel to of countless forms face Doe for the next six to nine months.
THE GAINESVILLE AREA Discharge Upgrade Project WashingtonD.C. to appear before'a special review board" "It'll) all be worth it,"he said with*smile'
(DUP) is trying to change that.: Looney said.LOONEY.
"Our program is designed to help veterans erase this EMPHASIZED the program is not a cold,
stigma from their military records," said Glenn Looney, UF impersonal bureaucratic'program for Vietnam veterans. Botanist speaks on pot
student, Vietnam.veteran and coordinator for the project., "We work with veterans on a one-to-one basis through
"Considering today's severe unemployment picture, a I less persona}. and confidential interviews. We,get to know the.
than honorable discharge can doom a veteran in his search for. veteran by name,not his serial number,"he said. Florida State .University botany professor Dr. Laurin
work." DOE SAID he was not aware he could change his status. Anderson will give a lecture today entitled "Marijuana,
Looney explained there are basically two kinds of military "I was never told that 1 could upgrade. I should. have been. Botany and the Law."
discharges: Honorable and. less than honorable. 1 wasn't told" he said. The lecture will be in room 137 of Norman Hall at 3:30:
THE LESS THAN honorable discharge can result from Doe said he deserved his kind of discharge but that
either administrative action or a court martial," Looney said. discharge records shouldn't follow person for'the rest of his p.m.The lecture is being given in cooperation with UFs Botany
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Alligator Correspondent Hailing from Deep Gap, North Carolina, where he is musicians all over the world who have been known to
t reputed to have put that small city on the map via his listen to his records at 16'/ rpm's. trying their best to copy

Ie may just possibly be the best acoustic guitar player in country pickin' prowess, Doc Watson is the archetypal the indomitable master of flat picking.But .
world. He has single-handedly been responsible for country musician; blind, straight out of Appalachia, a onstage Watson and his group are able to win over
cuing the flat-top guitar from the obscure depths of human relic of American traditions. even the most critical country music fanatics while 1 at the
egrass background. He is the Segovia of Along with his son Merle and a new back-up group same time appealing to even the youngest layman."It .
He has been credited by Steve Stills, Neil countrykers. Young called Frosty Morn' Doc Watson has been touring the gets to the soul or down to earth and it's not too hardto
d Richie Furay as their primary source of influence andpiratio United States mesmerizing audiences .with his magic understand," he once said of his music. "It expressesthe
.on the back of the "Buffalo Springfield Again"um. fingers everywhere :from Johnson City Tennessee to the joys and sorrows of people."
excitement of New York City. Doc and Merle Watson will appear at the Beef and
While largely ignored by the record buying public Bottle's Entertainer Lounge this Friday and Saturday
{Ie is, unmistakably, the one and only Doc Watson.
Watson's role has been mainly as an influence to night. Shows are at 8:30: and 11:00.: All tickets are $3.50.'




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Alligator Staff WriterI "Spanking" are but a few of the wide assortment of titlesto tl II oti
choose from at five bucks a throw.
I was prepared to have ray mind messed and my morals MUCH CAN be argued about pornography but one

rrupted. All in the line of duty,of course. thing is apparent: it is an expensive pastime. (Even the wow t \
The assignment:,the Adult Book and Movie Store. "cheap"paperbacks in the bin go for two-to-three dollars.) o vi

What really went on behind 'those mustard colored Behind the counter at the rear of the store two male
[indows? The ones where Sylvester the Cat slyly grinnedut clerks are watching "Soul Train" on a portable TV
at you?.,What did he know that I didn't? Brushing past the French Ticklers I saunter over to the
INSIDE was it'.dark dingy dirty place with thick counter and cop a look at the items displayed.

yens of cigarette smoke hanging in the air'.like LA. Rubber phalluses artificial vaginas, batteryoperatedvibrators

og? Would there be racks and racks of moth-eaten. passion powders, prolong pills you name it,
Jiva-stained paperbacks with mysterious old men in they got it. v w
frown trench coats drooling over them? (Flash, Mister?) "So far, we've sold one of everything" a clerk tells me.
I'd soon find out., "The people who buy this stuff aren't embarrassed. If they
Pulling open the door and throwing propriety out the buy it, then they need it." .
ndow, I entered the store. LOOKING OVER toward a curtained doorway beyondthe art by |join

The first thing one sees is an'ample amount of space. counter I ask if that is the way to the back room where teresting. Wow my first porno film, I thought.But .
lie store has no hidden corners in which to get lost; not the movies are shown. It is indeed and I am offered a after about a minute! and a: half of watching two
lor that matter is the lighting dimmed for anonymity. So if consenting adults perform fellatio;'I became disinterested.How .

ou're thinking of slinking in there unnoticed you can tour.Upon entering, one goes from tacky flourescent could anyone get off on this? The lighting was bad;
forget it.THE brightness to glowy adolescent blacklight complete with the direction non-existent;;:, and the acton unconvincing.I'll .
STORE is' bright clean carpeted and totally suggestive posters. The room is divided into nine plywood take a little romance with my pornography if you
evoid of personality. compartments for privacy. Each has its own movie please.
Flushed flat against the walls are rows of cellophane projector and peep hole in which to view the screen.A As.I left the Adult Book and Movie Store-- my mind
Baled magazines paperbacks and specialty items. Sitting quarter buys you approximately. five minutes of a 35- and morals basically intact -theclerks were still glued to
wkwardly in the center of the room is a large wooden bin minute film."That's their TV show. And for'good reason. Elton John looking
led'with cheap paperbacks.The how we make our money".the clerk says. "In like a left-over leprechaun from the St. Patrick's Day

store looks like the sort of place one.would buy a order to see the whole film, you gotta keep pumping the Parade was beating the hell 1 out of_a plexi-glass piano.V, '.
nagazine for Mother if Mother was into bondage.The quarters.in." And that certainly had jnore bizarre appeal than all the
magazine titles appear to, match the action THE FIVE minutes of film I viewed was initially in- books, magazines and films !in, the entire store.




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Review by troduced their shrill, .
BILL FLORAKraftwerk forceful style of electronic ,By SHARON ALFORD '
music wjth the song Alligator Staff Writer

I which is Kometen Melody.ConcentratiRlon .
"Hair" .is back. The
lerman.for'electric plant distort
ed voices and earth Broadway musical of the
jved up to their, name taped
uesday night in one show shaking synthesizer, it I revolutionary Sixties is
t the Great brought the drowsy crowd .. making the rounds once
Southern ._, .. ..,
''-' Which} could
usic Hall.However. ,-.' '. back to its senses. again. only,
I crowd prove that the play wilt'milked be
the group The sparse .
kiled to measure up to,Us erupted as Kraftwerk KRAFTWERK photo by 'lorry grossman dry until the "hippie"generation

Ping of being one of theP broke into their current hit .'Music from sounds of universe Medicare. applies .for'
> bands Autobohn. Lasting
throughout'urope. song
At rate the play usedto
any
At time their almost hair'an hour,
vironmental sounds of the reserved but were switched be a good piece of theater.
usic lacked and Autobohn was an exampleof '
unity case.After universe. to' admission it still is.
las'monotonous.i fast paced electronic the concert, general Perhaps Perhapsthey've
Kraftwerk's electric piano Rolf said their music because of the c'n updated '-
|The group's first few music at its best.
ngs were characterizedy The: screaming crowd player Rolf hesitated to has been 'well received by' 'overabundance of empty replacing .he ,tired worn out
mellow back describe the group's American audiences; He seats. references to LBJ, LSP, and
| a electronic Kraftwerk
and created brought encores music. Following several sighted the .'previous Kraftwerk's light show STP with some newer topics
: by the two
"teractlon' of electric for by a shorter moments of thoughtful night's .concert' in Miami was "very disappointing i if, like' Watergate, Ford and
rums and "I : highlighted of Autobohn which silence, he coined the where they. played!"'until 6 not nonexistent after being rebates.
piano syo'"eesiler version words "electronic rock" to billed as one of the best. It The show will play the
phaser and flute. captivated the crowd. 'describe their musl a.m.Even though both shows consisted of four sets, of Great Southern Music Hall.
Averaging ,it must be noted
over
ten However HE CONTINUED by were combined because of green and purple! June. 1 with two shows only.
ked mutes each, these songs that almost all crowds will ,saying Kraftwerk "takes a ,the group's late arrival 1, the florescent lights along with Tickets are $550 and S6.50
nd a flow of continuity- applaud to hear an encore lot of music from experience crowd was'very.small. All four small neon signs with and all seats. must be
bored wasdisappointing
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designed die 12 no reasonable offer place setting chino plus extra for both or best offer call 373-4850 after 5:30: P.M. feature 2F roommates wonted Hawilon Village Connie 377-8406 after 4. (b-3t.I43-p)
refuted 373-8759 after 4:30 (o-5t-142-p) becky 392-0777, 372-2013 (o-3t-l41-p\ ) (o-5t-143-p) Available for 1 lease through Aug. 31st Apt No. 451. call 378-0475 for. In-.
FYolrlo View Mobile Village. formation. (b-5t-143-p ) For rent 2 bdrm one bath oc carpet Dishwasher -
74 400cc I Kowoski cover, 2helmets $900 978-4411,, 373-3284 beginning June first call 377-
.1 sublet :2br townhouse hawaiion! village.
.. ... mileage 5,000 excellent conditionnever
--.h. Available tenants 8582 $110 l month (b-5t-UI-p)
to row onlyl unfurnished, 2 both cool 3721093. (I b- per
dropped 373-5042 before 2pm (o-
...OFT O[ rilE pil .R-143p) l0t().143-p) JUNE RENT FREE Sublet 2 bdrm apt.
Only $2.00 (b-St.11p) share FRENCH QUARTER I W bath central ac,
V"\1L ", 1li' SKYdive 26' + cont.4125yy FEMALE roommate needed to
J( n \ equip. lopo for rent. 2 br-t bath fully furnished room In beautiful poolside Hawaiian VII no dogs move 6-15 coil 378-4306 after
reserve + corn-$60 boott-$25 house for the summer very' good students June 1. $57. 2:30: for Info. (b-5t-141-p)) ,
33 helmet-$10 also tennis' rocket sell opt w-grad starting
must
1 w..t Unlv Av 377.3013
location call 376-2544 ask for dove takeover
colt Rob 377-8917 (o-4t-143-p) me 39221)Unite 373U7M (b-5t-141.p) Sublet for summer 2 BR Summit HouseApts.
i some rate $"0 a month (b-St.,..,.. Behind Mod Center.: COIL 373-3413
Sublet for summer 2 br unfurn opt. June
Midnlte Fri. & Sat. folcon>speclal-531 stem sg frame1 mighty wt seotpostcinalll Pj rent free $180 mo. 378-9112 (b-St-UI-p) ((b-St-141-p' )
tuglno compe June Rent Free! Sublet Hawaiian vii 2 _
crank set welnman brks atom 400 pedal bd 2 bath opt. and beat the heal ovoil

bold bar $165 call 373-9502 anytime June 15. call 377-1295 opt 104 $205 per ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
(e- t-143-p) month (b5tI..p1Sublot )

CATCH22'ISQUITE pioneer ko4000 car om-fm stereo *' CIJHI
for summer: 3 bedroom house 1 **
cassette + 2 loner coaxlals paid $225
block behind Norman Hall. Nice yard.
best reasonable offer. call Rex at 372-
AC, pets ok. $215. monthly include
2195) otter 5. (g.5t.l41-p)
water 373-9698 (boo5tUI..p1fernolo ) N. W >! r. V SgDO&'iQs
SIMPLY Suzuki TS 185 2300 ml Hodaka 125
1600 ml 400 tech elM 3 bike trailer roommate needed for summerto "
THE IEST'AMERICAN FILM Mid with either bike for 100 need shore' bedroom" in two bedroom opt atBrandywln. ATOM STOW

money call now 378-6576 (a.2t.145- .. $60 mo. 4 '* utll oc., pool
Cell Terri! ot 373-5546 (b-3t.144-p)
I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR! ": : P)

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/ 100 watt receiver and
knight pair
Rooms to rent very close to UF also will
r ar-4x tpkr $165. tears 19ln b+w tv
shore oil
nice cottage conveniences nice
i $25. fender (azzmaster guitar w.- yard also need part time help starting wiji ynuwi nr t : > >
cast $75. call n.dI pm 3769389. June 1 Call 373.2087 (b-5M44-p)
(a-5t-145-p)
Female roomate needed for summer to
-- _.---- Rare Oriental Therlomorphlc share bedroom In twobedroom opt at
1 .; ., AIm IEIIII fU Fetish $500 corry village 284-4 (a- Brandywine. $60 mo. + '/. utll ac, pool. Seven Alone

AIAI 5t-145-p) Colt Dole ot 373-5546, (b-3t-144-p)

\-2."" for sale: Smith.Corona portabletypewritergood
condition. Make Lg cool furn I bdrm in quiet complexnear
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1 "r ...___ Offer. Call 373-7460 (a-1t-145-p) uf sublet Jun-Aug $125 mo call 377
PlII1UI 36"X48" DRAWING TABLE and 0253 eve thru sat after 541 378-9136 day Awfcr3MH3 \
or eve (b-4t-144p) ) 7:00
various other supplies for a* 112 :
wtealtAri1pl.n an.ewasnrnswswmuwK1.Rnuutnu ..twis3mtMtiettaansasslMar / and ae 113 asking/ 90.00 make an largo room for rent near campus for 2 ,

(*cait. taimaltaasagsiamiuttmisaaaMts9'JtlaalEttJ offer call Steve 3716848 (a.2t.145.p) summer in luxury trailer, one person 65 miH. w. IMS tTA 9?TO
.rnn isor _rrrrwass 1 nwmaes.rsrn couple 100. Call Carl 3764499 (b-3t- .
dinner table never used$25.00 free 3
144-pV
gerbils with cage aquarium 10

gallon has everything $5.00 girls S CUNT
Great deal Mellow
In
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person own room
speed bike $50.00 babys crib $15.00
2 br house behind Norman Hall to
new toaster oven unused $18.00 bed opt
rent house In fall 75.00 per mono 'V* util EASTWOODTHEEMZR '
dressers sat with mirror $40.00 2
avail Jun 1 373-9704 (b-3t.l44-p) )
bookcases 7.00 '1. black parson
coffee table $3.00 52 tubes of Sub-lease Country Garden opt V! June SANG
assorted casein colors $7.00 see rent tree with option to rent for fall. 1 h.7

drake 1505 nw 4th ave. (a-lt-14S-p) bedroom furnished dishwasher near A UNIVtBAL PICTURE.TKHNICOUM III G
mod center 3724854 373b4t.( .
For Sale: 1975 Kawasaki fll Endure 144-p)
with 1,800ml. Excellent Condition -
M3 W. Univ. Avt. v 377.3013 well taken care of $950.00
male br
plMMt one or two or female to share 3
Lists for $1150.00 (negotlablo) Call
opt: OC $AS Private room plus shore
392-8341. ask for Steve (3t-145-p) utilities, close 1103 S.W. 2nd Ave Call

scuba tank us divers 71.2 cu ft aluminum 372-9749 after 4'00 pm (b-St-144-p)

I'Vllv.7S. honda' 350 parts 2 BR opt.AC nice 1105 N.W. 19th Ln $150

center stand, sealed beam tune-up Furnished Coll 372-9749 after 4:00 pm STARTS TOMORROW
parts-call mike 373'0924 after-opm (fb-5)-144-p)
(1-5t-UH)
Mobile tome. 2 br" part furn, air
stereo: technics saBOOOx channel Summer discount $125 'Fall $140
il.tOI M) THE FURTHER ADVOmW
rec-sm r.tlili.$550 Thorens 165
Available Jun. 15. Plrwhurtt 26 373- OF A lAn FASIntt:
tt $125 Maranti 2015-8180. New
0560 (p-4M44-p) i in woiu n
w-warran. John 378-9192 (a-5t-145-

P) sublet 1 br garage opt M block from

( 1973 Yamaha 125 Good shape. Morel 105-mo no phone 1312V SW 1 stAve x V,

1 $375. 3731790 anytime. (a-5t-t45-p) afternoons (b-3t-l43-p)

Female to share one bdrm poolside opt. Itx1$

FOR RENT for summer 82.50 plus V utilities option 8110
to rent for fall landmark apt, call 378
7178 (b-3t-143-p) 8:08
femole roomate needed summer 10.00 .

quarter share 2 bedroom opt 82.50 + M sublet 2 br. opt. from" June 15 -

utilities |une rent free coil anytime 377- beginning fall teem;_$150 mo. air, 3 DAVID CARRADINE in
8562 (*>6M42plROOMATI ) block from campus; real/ nice place to.

WANTED FOR 3 Bdrm house live. call 378-4407 Q-5t-141-p' ) DfATHRIKf'Pog,2O'h
-
r N near campus. Own room' $103 mo. ALL 2 conserv. but fun roommates to shore
UTUTCS INOUDCD. con 373-5741 Nice Ig. mstr bdrm. prlv. bath in lux. 3 bdrm.

Sunday 2:301Jun. tb-5t-142-p) opt for summer coil 373-9900 for detailsbS141.p A QOit COwimy

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PEACE AND OUICTI own room In new
1 7:30 home with oc. rural setting for summer HOAR wlECKt

or fall m's only. NO LEASE very mellow NEEDED DISPARATELY 1 female
376-576 (b-5t-110-p) 41108100
roommate for Bfomlywlfits opt 2 br, 2
apt. to sublet for summer furn. oc both furs Sept to Dec. only $79 ptutU/ 7:80 8zAO

Mlfou1Wt 1p r6lllp t ''lliAV extra $140-mon.4 block from campus. stint coM 378-0971 (>7vl39D -
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FOR RENT FOR RENTAVAIL FOR RENT WANTEDwanted WANTED WANTEDENJOY

StD One Bedroom opt. Air 2 NOW + Vi JUNE FREE Roommate Wanted. Share sublet LMNG THIS SUMMER Male
one 1 female roommate for fall 1.2,or 3 people to country village
from Santa Fe JC $145 a month to share large bedroom Gator bedroom apartment starting In Fall country gardens apt. call victoria apt for """"'er. own Ig room, o-c, furs, student .needed fOf.apt living. own
June 16 firewood Apt. Ho. 163 wood 2 br apt. thru august lowered close to campus. Very reasonable. 373-3837, after 7. (c.3f-.p) pool low utilities, rent negotiable. call bedroom,Country Village/ Apts. call 378-
rmB-Spm (b- -143-p) rates. call 378-9711. (b-stmp) Must be clean and quiet call 377- WANTED ELECTRIC BASS to 373-2670 or 377-1342 (e-5M43-p: ) 9682 Cheapl (C-3M44-p)

?, needed, sublet Ibdm In 2 bdm DUPLEX BEHIND NORMAN M75 (b2t-145p) learn on. Negotiable. Call David, June rent freel Female roommates( ) for mole grad student needs place M stay
ale or female, own room, close tous HALL OWN ROOM CALL 371-o1S8 Sublet: 2 br bath Gatorwood, apt evenings 3785497. Also wanted: 2 bedroom furnished Summit House. fall quarter only. Prefer own room. Call(
Summit House apt. call 378-5663 or-378"9190 ((0-5M45P) 1102 furnllshed/ carpeted ac serious muslclansl (C-5M45) Hoot Shonds-VA. Available June IS 377-4506 evenings fc-5t-144-p)

,- (b-5M43-p)_ house for rent summer only 2 available June 1, Rent reduced to Need two roommates for fall to reasonable. call- Connie 373-1848 (e-5t- Female Needed to take over summer
Avail June I Hawaiian Village bedroom furnished air conditioned 200-mo. Call Ira at 392-2571 or 377- share master bedroom In 3 t 143-p)_._, lease Place Apt $5000 deposit $65.00 a
one bdrm unfurnished $165 per 1 block from law school rent 180 per 5491 (b5M45p) bedroom Oak Forest Apartment. for sept,2 student need female rmmate month call 377-8329 dinner lime (e-Jt-
I Coll 378-5903 between 1-5 1 pm (brent month call 373-7775 (b.3f'145'p) Avail Fall 11 l Sliding glass door onto balcony plus (or 2 If want to share room) to live In 3 br, '144-pj t
2 newly remodeled 2 bdrm. apt "over 50 brand new fall listings! I Ia walk-In closet and private houM behind Norman. $12. for rm. 373- Female Roommate Entire Summer, $160to
- free-furn I Mr. apt. sublet spacious and unique air con., ,,175 small deposit will hold" bathroom. Beautiful I $70 per 5092 or 373-9699 (c-5t-143-p: ) shore 2 bdrm, 2 both apt in Brandy -
liable( June 15 till sept with fall Includes hot water 1st, last and Homes person. Call Sue 392.7738 (C-5M45- looking for roomafes. Starting fall qtr. wine with 2 other girl,no 1 lease, near
>n acc dishwasher $180 a month phi security, no pets or children 37- 4 bdr SW sect -tike UF P) Cln City area or bout or apt close to campus, lynn 392-9395 (c5tt449)roommate )
4730 alias d brondywine (b-4Mtt 5195 (Q3H45-P) 4 bdr SE sect Pets OK Roommate for summer quarter. Campus Eva 373-4514 after 3 (c-3t-143- wonted summer only. 2

Comfortable one bedroom apartment 5 3 bdr bdr 2 NE blks, pets UF OKI low I rent Own room In luxury apartment. el'_ blks from UF. Very nice,oc parking own
2 blocks from for $91.25 + half utilities, renewable $55 V Mil, water me, furn carpet
ACTS FOR SUMMER campus 3bdr NW, BarBQ, wonted: 1 roomot to share 3 br opt. for rm. mo.
Elk to ul,U2t,i. lease avlb Into foil,, summer rent $110.00 c.lliudy| 373- 2 bar 2 avail, NW patio sect. lease. 61l8camelot apts No. 204 summer quarter-own room, wash-dryer. ,6-ISor sooner .call corny ot 373-4516
ol(/.shop, newest close to (H 2410 persistently and till one a.m.(04M45P 2 bdr Bike UF, Pets OK (c-st-145) dlihwath,central air. 2pool, tennis, but or Beryl ot 392-9114 (c-2t-l44-p)
vote opts 1241 tw 4 ove, 378-1814 ) 2 ROOMMATES for fall. Gator to school,call: 377-8310 new (c-3t-143-p) $25 to the person who help us find the
tt-t3 I bdrm In 3 bdrm house available Apts wood. Clla/i, non-smokers. Bike to Responsible female seeking 1-2 br place we rent. Couple looking for I or 2
for rent. 2bdrm, I bam and M June 15 June rent free good atm 4 $85 walk to UF campus. $65.mo. + V* ut. Call house or trailer to keep good care of in bedrm house duplex or opt (not in
Ber CotHegare) Call 3734353 blocks to uf 67mo+l-3+dep see $110 No utility bill NW sect. Joanne 377-8390 anytime. (C-2M45- exchange: for reasonable rent. Shady lot complex), walking' distance to campus
.d ere
.lOt-143?) donna or steve 1930 NW 4th ave, (b- :2 bdr 4 avlal. SW sect. p), acreage. 3764771 or 468-1702 ((c-S- 175 top 377-0546 after 5. (c-4M43-p)
2H45-P) 1 bdr 3 avail NW sect Single student or couple wanted for t
i or out rental lltfing/ on houses, two bedroom furnished 2 bdr 5 avail NW sect. with In furnished nowt'
apt to sublet large room fireplace may and June rent! free! Available )
I.hornet,end oats, before you pan during summer months with optionto 1 bdr 4 avail NE sect. house. Begin |June 15 pets F roommate own room ox: $72.00 mo. +
realtor 404ash'
o fee. Joel b-6-127.0 Bridges) lease for year. Brandywlne apts 2 bdr 6 avail SE sect. welcome $70pm call Ann 377-2937 1-3 utilities pref senior or grad student.
Ave. call 373-6164 after 5 will Kargaln (bthen )c-SM45p) Morle|' 373-7167. (c-4t-43-p! )_
lying room and large ken I 5M4S-P) United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. IMPORTANT! needed to
people Two females wanted to share I of 2
. .envy opt. 2 Mock from campus 1C I sublet for summer 2bd townhouse Broker sublet 2bdrm apt, In The Pines we bedrooms at summit bouse near M
12 M. Apt. 3 Available June 13 aller r oak forest 220-mo unfurnished call 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 will except ANY OFFERS very shonds; pool. from 615. $oO+ufillfies!
| $MOmo."call .377-4786 (bpi 373.9342 pools, sauna and other (l b-fr-145p>> ) cheap, cell after 3:30: 377-74H (cJt Sheila 3924801 Undo 378-3022 (c-41- ,

luxuries, available. June 15 (b-3t- .145,p) 143-pj)____
) 2 females wanted for own bdrm In W!
145-p
;!lal! summer retev-georgetowr I Female Roomate needed for Mole or Female roomote wonted.Luxurious .
s. 2Ddrm.$$350.bdrm. $500 total I roomates wanted for own rooms In place apts. $60 per month thru sept. beautiful Hawaiian village Apt ttcodllly opts completely
t-une| 20 thru sap?.' 1. $50 dep sw section house 50 mth and share 373-3690 or 371-6380 anytime. (b-2t- starting fall quarter Call 377.8305 furnished. own bedroom. no deposit MIGHTY /j t SHOW'
145proommate.>
,ec. pool:370.1755 (D-2M45 utilities call paul 377-5497 (b-st-145- and ask for Karen (c-sr-14S-p) 377-7849 summer only. ask far pawl.. ,(c..
2 Own room In 3 BR Wanted female roommate CountryGardens .IA3-pt) 4
house. Walk to UF. $68 + 1.3
'
IBr furn apt, ac, to sublet. Walk or summer and-or fall 2 ROOAAMATC-OWN ROOM in attractive FEMALEEMANOPAI10N
utilities. No lease. 377-4158 (b 5t-
bdrm 2bath To share with 3 girls.
bike to UF. Avail June 15'$125 mobile home $50 per mo. plus V4 -
summer, fall opt. 1100 SW 8th Ave 145-p) $63 per moth + Wiutl call 372-0177 utilities, ph 378-9278, keep trying (ct.t -
504 (Olumpla Apts) 376-0102 (b-St- sublease 2 rooms at the place apts. (c-5M45-p) t '
145-pj) this summer for $60 a month. apt In'A' 1 female roommate, easygoing, roomate own room In 3 bdrm house 2 i
male roomate wanted available bldg. by the pool' call mark or rent blgbr. duplex $75 month 3 blocks from campus $60 mo + 1-3 Mil.partially .
|jet at 373289 (b-2t-145-p) blocks from U.F. 373-4604 or 392- furnished call I 3784874 c-S-
June 15 own room In 2 bdr. trailer ( DEEP
Robert HHfford free tv set to first who 18M before 5. (c-3M43-p) rat
U .50 plus W utilities near campus person I 143?)______________
s 373-2684 keep trying (l>>-st.I45.p) sublets luxury apartment In roommate wanted $65 per month roommate wanted far fall quarter own -
-
brandywlne. available |June 12 for available June 1st within walking room' behind norman In spacious apt. li9 /
summer call 376-0532 need only 2 distance of dubs 377-1462 ask for
debble
!*s ,1HEfi'dvi,1' please call toro at 373-5092 or ot
people (b-2M45-p) steve or 372-9281 ask for terry. )c-3t- 373-9698 (c-5M43-p) .
Wi LDO sublet 2 br $155. 145-p) WHAT z i
a $ 2z11451 luxury apt per female roommate needed for 2bdm-
PEP t month available Immediately call female grad student or young
? 2bam at COUNTRY VILLAGE Avail. June NEXT,
ttoo
6500
w. to stem 373-1356 maracalbo apts No. 54 (b- professional to share great house IS Option for fall F_. Coil,Nancy 392- "
0'4:."; 134 Soo 10:00 4M45-p) near Med Center. S7S+IJ utll./ 373- 7748 (c-St-143-p) '_ i
It's HAPPENING at THE 1604. (C-3M45p)
always
CHARLES BRONSON for
Sf \ HOME NEEDED foil bike to ear-pus.
\ ;Jon VolghtS PLACE HURRY, room availablefor two people needed to share' a room mellow people, low rent___lot. I'm :'
summer only $60 call Tim at for summer In' a super nice, cozy quiet sloppy and bitchy.-coil Kendee
ROBERT DUVALLBREAKOUT 373-6658 AC SHAG, pool (b-2t-145- apt. two blocks from campus call after 8 376-9990 (c.It-! '49'|
t7 g) 373-3638 (cSt145p) u.' au i;.

310' sublease 2 bdr. country gardensnear Students willing to pay $255 for room 3 girls" looking for one moreto share 2-br MO all 11..roseis
: va + shands |tune 10-sept 1 and meals thru summer quarter. 1 block apt sept to |une. studious but fun-loving. AOMIntI .
:00 RENT NEGOTIABLE call 377-9642 from campus central air, coop housing. $62 + V. Mil.coil 377-5507 or 378-2301.
"CONRACIC' (I>>(0-5M45) Kim ot Clo. 372-93M (c-9M33-p! ) (c-3t-143-p: )_ .

PG large 3 br apt sublease through sept ,
15-sec. dep. paid last mo. paid,
2:20 4:20w. desperatebest offer 373.9739 ,(br2t-

:10SO I s*s srssst .,e 5510 05107d l<5-p)
OONI. .
: .Oustvsse 10:00r" For summer need 1 or 2 female
510 'I'N|' roomates( ) by VA hospital 59.00 a
month + '/. utilities country gardens

iSO 40_ SEC 5t-145p call) 373.5452 fane or bernle (O I>> *


PG House for rent 3 bdrms in 4 bdrm
house AC, living room fireplace,
fenced yard, garage Only 3 blks to
campus Avail. June 15 377-5081 (b-

1:40Kirk Douglas 2t.I45.p)
Large 2-bedroom house for summer
rent. Two blocks from I Library
::4400 "posse- west. Call 3787354. (b-2t-145-p)

roomate needed can be male or
female to share 2bdrm house with M
PO liberal theatre and brodcasting e

.- majors call 372-3175 after 6pm 1329
nw 6th st. (b-5t-145p) c ca ce

Large Room For Rent 12 by 14 ft In' i
nice house by mall move In may 1
take summer and or fall some
furniture 70+1-3 utilities Call 378576 -
> (D-2M4S)

WANTEDneed

two liberal roomates for fall
quarter In alomar gardenscall 377-1139 C t
ask for Brian or eric after 5:00: keep
trying (e-St-UI-p\ )

Liberal Responsible Female To share
mobile home 4 mines + of town In quiet
country setting $75 + i M Mil.AvailableJune
,M Coll Brenda 377-2565'(c-St-141.
-
P> -,- ,
w r nr Female roommatf needed stoning foB
quarter at Regency Oak Will! hove own
q room m 03''br apt I liberal person would/
be preferred Call I new 377/14521) {<-0t-
I
141-pj) .. ,.-,_,
Compatible roommate ..needed starting 4) be
t (fall quart to share 2 bdNn, 2 bath with 2
x other girls for only $60 e -'. at country,
r manor;:'opt,Heose tall Jill or.'Jocelyn
373-3682 anytime (c.It.t41op'I a

footnotes to shore 3 bedroom house a. I
close to campus rent is 65.00 per men. +
1-3 of MH. call 3730924 Mike available
now through- Aug. (Ic-ft-UI-p)

Female roommate wonted summer
., quarter Braodywlne Apts, comfortable I
inconvenience*. 2 b*. 2 bath $67.95 L
mo.. -f4 utili"". Coll 378-8293 (c414p -
| )
r' Mole roommate, own bob and bath In 2 r
t : bdr. 2 bath apt. ac pool, fully furnished. j
$80 month June 1-Sept I. J72.tl63lc.5t.(

l 142l' ---. .
One female roomate ...1"" !lu.
Windmeadow Appts. somewhat serous :

i student coil Jenny, 376-5099 (c-51-1 A2-9')
Thu'rsdav MII jt
WpdnC5dty May <'Ii wants: Female roommate to sublet i

,t ,(' :. I' ,I'', ....d \ T Ic I't'', LIIil.11l'f ,( room In large 3 bdrm 2 both opart-
sent for wmmer. AC, dishwasher" .
pool tennis court pets allowed. a
,\ i13l1t1lr $43.00 o month plw '* mil*!**. Sue or
Joan 376-0566 (le-7t-139-o> '



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WANTED AUTOS PERSONAL SERVICES

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GOLD I SILVER'Top>rlcM paid tor clou '6$ Chevy Impala' Custom V-8 all GUARANTEED All month pairing.tiSW: GUI PREPARATION COURSE_ u,. 18haunt. '
ring, etd jewelry I ,...c. confidential. Call power, needs some work $600 orbtst summer qtr $..0.00 at Gator Park-or $35, course repreotoble free
lIlt 373-3894*(c.49t-1OSpp offer. Call Pat at 3733638. (g- you con park all day for SO Next.wKryttol Score? 1000 by the second try or your '
,. 3t-145-p)_ or one 13 St. ((1-M| .144-p). .money bock Coll ((305)) 854-70466. (J8T99.P I'
ti JUNE RENT FREE:,Pron needed to ) ,
!
66SAAB good tires body. use for DRAMBOUI. cycled, antique clothing .
sublet 1 9 bdrm.apt. Jr Th.. Pins luxury parts or fix clutch & drive ,It. $79 women' ,children: men' coal sunS .i WIRED FOR SIGHT
living call pits 3:30' 377 748ft 'for more- NEGOTIABLE 3730105. (g'St-145l dresses, gown, denim gaberdine/-/ .r."The; Eyeglass Super Mort" 1
tefo (c-KH-138-p) ___ l p)_ genuine cotton, recycled !jean $5 '.' UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
F F.o'roo"' ,,, wanted to share two located at 17 nw 17th It. ocrott',from, :3 ))0>SW 4th Av.. 378-4480 I
'bedroom apartment In Tollohauee next 65 Sprit Good Condition $525 Firm, unlv tta port office upstairs;drdmbooi.I9M43P .:. ,(50-53-c) .
Must to believe Call Buck 373
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foil. ...Sown 373-1025 $100 ( ) .Stubo All scuba
Civil! at a 4730 (g.3t'145'p) : 't"If : classes starting :
month far your own room (c.5t-141.p) you are pregnant and you need help.... equipment provided tale, service, I
' Mature"female foemote wanted a umqtr we care Call birthright 377.4947241. trip, rental, air. Tom Allen (co-host I
own. room oc'3 bits from comput PERSONAL 128-p)_ -. Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen Aquatic + ,'
Trail,' Center 3448 W Un III. Ave
$64. rnnth +.Vi utllltle, Call gall-at 373- COED'* facial hair removed permanently let ui wash dry and fold your laundry for (m-fr-126-c) 313-9233'1'
::63375t.I.Ipt"\ > Call Edmund Dwyer .23 Ib If you mention this ad. NorgeLaundry I
roomot* wanted; for summer qtr f 'In 2 electrologitt over 20 year experience. and Dry Cleaner 2108 SW 13th FIELD ROCKS Great for masonry Deliveryin
bdr. 1 1"1\ both townhouse at In the pine ,Coll 372-8039 (|I-fr.1 107-c) St (t.IOt-142-p| ) G'ville$40 outside of G'vllle $ 0. Call
private bdr $105 mo. + Vi Mil! call SAMMIE OF LONDON Hove.a heir 4722103 Say you read it in The
dennlt or dove 373-7777 (c-5t.141-p) New Arrival .. White Stag Speedo style to suit your personality. 377.2643. Alligator! (m.3t.141.p)

bathing suits, Safari short A pant 716 W. University Ave (|t.fr-I< HELP. WANTED Bookpackt. Join the Unlv of Fla hiking KARATE .. 'IfSSONS.) 'quarter ,all equipment provided Including
club. Allen't Aquatic t Trail Center 3448 mask,fin, snorkel wetsuit tank,
Wonted/iiaff for ymca comp McConnellMiconopy Small done! $25 per Men" _
West Unlv Ave 373-9233 (|i-fr-116 c)
Fla /etldent comp Aquatics 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th 51)) Man. thru regulator'all air, BC International :
director . certification), by P>.D.I. textbook Our ju
Inltruct rl, male and female;.toll 466* j>ew price $45 advanced registration
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r 'upon forgiveness. one person 100. Two week delivery."Hundtids ..fttyle Scubo Dynamic Exotic Sport for further
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part time potHion*..neat oppeororKe.- assaults another, the lured one *. Cliff Hall Printing 1 1T03 N; Main. ';jn o 377-8096 (rn-I2t.14pl) ::: 1
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night work three to foul day per week '. should forgive him. But the communities 376-99M '(!-*>- 05-<) _- *. .
i apply palm tone 2606 ne-woWo. rrf.(..... .,. must protect the rights of TYPING, EDITING '- Theses. Diner. .
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i WANTED Houseman for' sororityCleaning. Found on W. Unlv Ave near 28m(.s..,.Young "378.051 (m-20t-107-p) :
minor" repair' yard work MUCH MORE that lust a place to ;
Now through: July.' Your,choice of I hang your ,,,t...your own room b f_I.Irish letter with cope logs:$76.4446-1 1M ID PHOTOS F ,
hours. $2.00 per hour 37K3M' C..2tI I bath In a really beautiful 4-BR hat .passports! resumes. and oppllcotlont
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145-p)_- : natural tytle portrait: 377-0797 camera
I Iha house In NW section. Mallow :
roommates. Over an acre of land, Happy., Birthday Chlqulta Baby. .work studio 1219 W. Unlv. Ave (m20t'.91p 0
AUTOS, :lotsa trees outside; with photo Have a High time celebrating' arid ) '.

STEAL THESE 1 HONDA750.71recent( wL.11095Z.28I969)tI..oredvalU4t$2OQO. I darkroom fc studio, real wood and keep me Philltd 'In. Keep coo-tow.. ,, ISAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F.20 : .
i ., I brick Inside, Just $90-month + U twice Over. (|'It-145.p) '. hour, $70. Half of our students scared.
i ( ) I ImllC. utll. for summer (with fall option). LOST Woman's blue' 'over 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt. tii
$600 alpine rv.f. UMG, A. 9.part* + : elgin watch I'
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automatic V-6 351, excellentcond.. air _" 99-P)
needs repair. $1950 or best offer 378-- you all ytar. dedicated a song to LOST: REWARD offered for a .'ln*, for
i 9497 (g144p)'.' you at lamplighter Thursday, but week old Wrtmeranerpuppy..shewas .Let us wash dry and fold your laundry .
you left to early, maybe someday? lost at Vlfl.; Apt: 2707-cair-: .23 Ib If you mention this od. Norge -J
72 OW Delta 88 Royal:?2 dr hf.wh w bi tovemcertain (I-1t-1.&p( ) Glen at 'laundry and Dry Cleaner 2108 SW 13th 1 t ? 41 /Mtearl
Roger or 377-2.9.0. (1.3F1451 I .
vinyl top, pull power ac, om-fm/new : members of 3rd floor p1) '1- .rr' steel radial,encelfeM 'condltl n.$2,500. graham art Unsatisfied with th.lrpr.s.nt etrtptofi BOOING Unique service thesis, book t'jdumol wI
lost: gold.disk'wrw? )
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romantic situations' a coil ENGLISH
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BROWN MOTORS...4222 NW J 13 St. (g-tot- being accepted those interestedshould 1870 nmus-jfr, ,% !*, *y*'. >' Q I 377-620 (m-25t-126-p) I '
contact their social, ch.lr.m.n .
\13c:) c-. f74''PIMa ) lost 5 keys on Muring near thnj.1(" Hortet Boarded-2 dressage rings-lump| :- ,
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1, : >M gotfobl. Becky day*' Ruf' rut to the 12 new Qdogs on the Found at $iRtddtjwt| *.weK* '.i preserve-friendly and qulet450mo. 481-
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sell Sands Vic, Larry Odell, Reggie, HYPNOSIS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
69; VW; goT; mull-1 >, separatesubstitute..'frO" ,;
: Jonathan, Kenny; Doc, Ii I BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
graduatrng $725X0' | be* offer, call'* Bruce fr '
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:Jimmy, Stan, Frank, Jojo. (CI-n.I : ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS Tti
1' of 377-7727. fgUt.l4> !P .. any /Mne 578 1i8TJ'i3N3 )rl_. '
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hubcaps. t4"S10.oo 13">moo; IT4 "Will-' have to give away (|.at.145-nc) <.<131 d. Mary 373-1728 ofte-4 (m-6t-143- >)

$75.00 3771374." (g-tt-145-p>? -. IC; Bt lUre your reports, manuscripts

*"VOLKSWAGEN bug sunroof/ coney grove bluegrass festival +- '"V,! V3 ;>*; dissertations 4 These arc typed
heater,am radio good? tread must' 'craftsman f.Ir-lun.| advance. .Keypunching'! Inwiy' hoWj FrOs'I.( c"O' :. early.' Call 377.2235 or Debbie 377-
sell $750 call rick dallas at 372-9319 3dy ticket S10. writ coney grove bx One day tfrvlce In mart cote.Call 472-- 7S06 or Sandl 377.5754 after $pm or
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rN: fI-en's! track: and.field programs have been blossomingat I,came to UF. 1 had it"in the back of my mind that.I was goingto ,. > ;,..,t,.,;;t;...,:. .. ":'j':
universities all over the nation, and UF is exception.. try out" she, said.. ;..ft.:
The UF women's team recently competed in the Women's "Last year's track team,was really good. Our relay team '
1 Track and Field Intercollegiate Championships at Corvallis, finished seventh in the nationals." I also ran the 220 and 440, !
Oregon and came away with a respectable showing. 'but I was only an alterpate for the nationals in those two '\
"FOR A new team, we did well"said mainstay Mary categories,*'she said as she described her first year. ft
McGroarty"We: didn't expect the western teams to be that ,
tough. The ,times also dropped ACCORDING TO Mary, there have been some changes in AIL R
"Overall, it was a good experience. All the girls are eager to the two years she has been on the team. '
start working for next year," added McGroarty, who an- "More girls are getting scholarships. Last year there were
i chored the Lady Gator mile,relay team. three girls on scholarships. This year there are about seven,"
The Lady Gator quartet finished sixth at the national meet explained Mary, .herself on a scholarship.
with a time of 3:57. Besides McGroarty, the other legs of the "Everybody's working harder. They're thinking about it }
relay squad were Kathy Carroll. Kay. Hooper, and Cecil Lynn more.:This is more' than just an after-school thing," she J
Carter."WE. added.
i FELT pretty good about the sixth place ,finish. We WHILE MARY feels the,girls, are lucky to be able to trainat
ran our best time ever," McGroarty said. the same time as the guys on the UF track, she still feels
a However, the Winter Park native failed to place in the they should be getting more money for scholarships t to'further
finals of the 880, which was a disappointment to a lot of develop their program.
people including herself."I "We still need more scholarships. We're getting better and
really don't know what happened in the 880.1 I talked to a better high school girls now, but with more money we could
/ lot of people afterwards but I just don't know what went really put together a team" she said. .
wrong. I'm disappointed, that's for sure," she commented. Guardians of the athletic budget will probably shake their F. ,
MARY HAS been on the UF girl's squad the past two years heads in a negative manner, but, as Mary says, it is "more
although she never ran track, in either junior high or high 'than just an after-school thing."

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TRACKSTER MARY MCGROARTY I

knows .More than,lust an after-school thing
championship feelingBy
; The second place finish in "there's different "II
last year's NCAA ended pressure on us this ,
JEFF ADAMS enroll at;UF for his-'first two college AH-American his two tournaments; .,for the' Gators Denny's hopes of playing on because we started out the|
Alligator Sports Writer yean and chose "Dade" years there. including the 'pr stlgous'four straight national year as number two and
Four yean ago when'' UF instead., So, for Sullivan it was'on to Houston All-American'where championship teams, whichhe worked our way up'to numb
golfer Denny 'Sullivan was '"MY SET plan was to go to UF where the Gator golf team; he finished second. He also admits was a. "big, goal" one. This makes a big dif j
considering what college to Dade for two years and then had just won a,' national i 'played in the :big; daddy of when he came to UF. But Terence psychologically.'!
attend he had a big decisionto transfer to UF" the Grant championship themselves., .them all," the NCAA, where that's history and Sullivan Then he candidly added, "we!
make. He had gone to high Park,., Ill native said "I the NCAA. the :Gators narrowly: missed knows it's time to concentrateon like the pressure- it's fun:'[
,school in suburban Chicagoand didn't think I would get' to BUT HOW"'DID Sullivan ',taking (heir: 'second,) straight this year's NCAA. An NCAA victory would!
knew he wanted to play in a lot of tournaments. think-he would fare:,'against5 national title losing to I Wake Sullivan is confident about certainly be sweet for all the
concentrate on golf, and UF in my first year or two, his highly-regarded Forest by two shots. the Gators' chances to regain Gators.An .
t therefore knew he wanted to and gain the tournament 'teammates?' SULLIVAN PICKED up the national collegiate title
be in a warm climate all,year experience. ," he said and The 22-year-old Sullivan where: ,he left off this year and next month in Columbus. NCAA victory would!
round. So the choice ;was "that's what made me decideto answers modestly but confidently has come on even stranger To Ohio. He speaks for the entire certainly be sweet for all the!
narrowed down to a couple of go to Dade." by saying; "I didn't ,date" e'! ptayed:fin eight"tournaments Gator, team when he says Gators. It would be UFsl
schools and at the top of that Sullivan's decision ap- come here thinking, it wouldbe ; winning the. "We're in a' good, frame of, third team title in the school's!
list ,were two Florida schools parently proved t to be' the a cinch by any.means. I felt Port Malabar Classic. mind, now and I.think' we're history and the third of Denny
UF and MiamiDadeNorth. right one as he. led' Dade to I had .to play real well to finishing third in'' ;the: gonna win it." Sullivan's collegiate career.[
the national junior college break, into the top six." ,Southeastern Invitational and When asked about the, No matter how you look at it.[
Wall, as things worked out championship in 1972 and,',73 And play well he did, as he aiding in the recent Gator pressure involved in this three national titles "ain't]
Sullivan did not choose to as well as being named junior competed in several big SEC I


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Roberts will head a field of John Hochuli.
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was a substantial increase work fulltime with Sci-Tek a :
from the original." management consultant firm r
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when he was in Washingtonthat from television networks CBS
he had offered and NBC to become a sports
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