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Faculty may have it

1 1 \1ill 1 1/1/ A A4r Can'f find a book ?

Alligator Staff WriterIf Bennett said presently faculty members are
not limited to the same three-week borrowing
you can't find a book in a UP library period as students, and they do not have to
because it's overdue, chances are almost 50- pay a fine for overdue books.
50 a faculty member has it. "We assume that a faculty member is using
In a sample of 722 overdue books surveyedby the book every day or three times a week
the Alligator, 49 per cent, some due since maybe" Bennett said.
ts- 1968 were checked out by faculty members, "WE DON'T know that the book would be
who only constitute eight percent of all library used at all if it were on our shelves."
rY users., However, Bennett said the library is slowly
IN GATIIERING this data, every 15th trying to get its books back from faculty
page of the library's list of overdue books was members.
VER ouEI surveyed. Only ,those books whose due date '"We're moving slowly to change things to a
; I It fOcu(8 / pF o was before December 1974 were counted. quarter loan (limit)," Bennett said. "But it's
/ ty 49Sp Fleming Bennett, library assistant director hard getting these books back.." ,
/ ,1 ( bIU Pa- 38 for reader services said some of the faculty, TWO. YEARS ago the library started
;> percent 3 59 members who checked out books years ago sending letters out asking for the return of
i / I / may have either lost the book or lent it to these books Bennett said.
''i oll'libro 100vse someone' else. "Director (Gustave A.) Harrer sends out a
, i'd rir )I n 100 "If he (the professor) can't find it, I'm not letter 'with the call number, title and author's
1 sure we would make him pay for it," Bennett name saying 'we want this book back'."
19b9 The letter goes to each faculty member who
1 100 said.HOWEVER
I giSBa ALL students losing books has any book in his possession that was due
t ." must pay for them he said. before June 1974, Bennett said.
/ "I 1 feel the same set of standards should TilE LETTER asks the faculty member to

, apply to everyone regardless of faculty "Please return them" he said. '", .:Y
1 status" Bennett said. "But this transition .
a from an old sloppy policy to a new severe one (See 'Books', page three) f

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Alligator Staff Writer
"Send a Mouse to College for 51 cents;" Is the .
to The' Florida Senate called on the State universities' Wed
theme of the American Cancer Society's program
nesday to open some of its confidential faculty evaluation ,i
for research.
raisci cancer
money files but said it could keep some others secret.
UF received approximately $52,000.from. By unanimous vote the senate passed and immediately sent
national, and state cancer.societies during the past' to the house a bill ,to require that ,all faculty evaluations

,year, John Sullivan" grant research coordinatorsaid. written by superiors or developed. from, polls from several
persons be open to public inspection. '
_Along with the, American Cancer Research: ; x BUT THE BILL directs the universities to keep secret all
Society, Circle K has set up tables in front of the J.', \ s ;; records containing4 evaluations from individual! .students,
Wayne Reitz Union and Library West. fellow instructors and "advisory" sources.
"If it hadn't been, for them (the Cancer Society), ," "This bill strikes a delicate balance between the employes'
wewou: Idn't.be doing this," Ed Knadle.President of right to privacy and public's'right to know how a state em
ploye is performing, Sen. Robert Graham, D-Miami .Lakes
Circle K said. .
said in floor debate.
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The tables have information on cancer available,',: F The bill could go into effect in days if the house passes'its\

along with buttons illustrating a 'm'ouse for : ;" ; and sends it to Gov. Reubin Askew before the lawmaking:
donators. ,, ,. ? "" ." session ends this evening. 4-+ ::7 '
Knadle said the tables collected $45 In one day', ., IF THE BILL becomes law it will end a year and a halt
The tables will. be at -th locations. todayj, conflict between the Board of Regents and Florida Attorney'
: ',' ::. General Robert Shevin. ::5
', In the fall of 1973. Shevin issued an opinion stating that the
-S secrecy policy violated the Florida Public Records Law;',: ,
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'! Education, struck down the secrecy policy twice in summer
and fall of 1974. accidently approved it a third time when
s\ I it was included in a lengthy package of policies. ::JL: .
: : <' .: TilE CONFLICT ,heated up because the cabinet;i is
prevented ,from rescinding:; any policies it''' approves :.and,the ,
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.;. V, R i+P Troops to stay in Europe I

+ BRUSSELS (UPI) President Ford assistance of any NATO nation subjected to supreme law ot the land in the U.S., and

declared Thursday he will not withdraw any armed attack," Ford said. x. declared: commitments
of the 310,000 U.S. troops in Europe and said Ford urged the Europeans to do as much as "These are strategicallysound
jiII IT';,,,, r' a R the U.S. "unconditionally and unequivocally possible to defend themselves, through more politically and morally
''JI':"':" A ab remains true" to its promises to defend its and wiser spending on conventional arms. He justifiable and U.S.therefore command broad
in the
western allies against attack. indirectly criticized Greece for seeking support
The ringing pledge, coming after the "partial membership" by dropping out of the
collapse of U.S. policy in Indochina, soundedthe NATO military structure and Turkey, which "They remain the firm foundation, as they
keynote for a special two-day summit has threatened to refuse further U.S. use of its have for 26 years, on which our relationshiprests.
meeting of the 15 North Atlantic Treaty bases there. This foundation has well served the'; C
Organization (NATO) nations. purposes for which it was created. It will go on
After eight hours of probing NATO But his pledge to Europe's defense con serving these purposes even in the face of new
+ problems in Cyprus. Portugal and the tained no ifs. ands or buts. He said the U.S. difficulties, as long" as we continue our
economy 'in private meetings with his allies, will retain in Europe all the 310,000 troops common resolve.
Ford drove to NATO headquarters to announce now based here unless it can negotiate a Ford also strongly asserted the need to
publicly and collectively they can mutual withdrawal with the Communist preserve the integrity of the alliance, sayingno
count on America. Warsaw Pact countries. Secretary of State "special arrangements" which might
"The United States of America unconditionally Henry Kissinger gave reporters a rundown on weaken NATO should be made.In .
--- and unequivocally remains true Ford's speech, which had been made in a his first day of European diplomacy,
to the commitments undertaken when we closed-door session of the NATO heads of Ford met for hours of meetings with some of
I FORD signed the North Atlantic treaty includingthe state. his best friends and severest critics within the
.will stand by treaty obligations obligation in Article V to come to the He said Ford had noted that treaties are the 26-year-old alliance.

friday V 1 Levi : FBI dirty. tricks foolishWASHINGTON I

(UPI)- Attorney Gen. Edward Levi said The disruption programs were conducted from the 1950s to
capsuleFord Thursday the dirty tricks the late FBI director J. Edgar 1971. The seven disclosed earlier concerned Communists, the
Hoover used to disrupt violence-prone organizations were Socialist Party,white and black hate groups, the new left, and
foolish and outrageous. foreign intelligence.The .
emergency In his second news conference since taking office last Feb.
7. Levi revealed he had included secret information in the newly discovered onei concerned Puerto Rican
jobs bill badvetoes; it report he made last Friday to a House Judiciary subcommittee nationalists, pitting organized crime against the Community
about the new discovery of five additional disruption Party U.S.A. and three foreign intelligence operations.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-President Ford Thursday vetoeda programs Hoover had conducted.Levi Asked his view of the tactics of disruption by infiltration,
$5.3 billion Emergency Jobs Act, saying it would "con said he was asked to redraft the letter to the sub spreading false rumors and sending false anonymous letters,
tribute to choking off the very economic growth it is intendedto committee, omitting the secret matter so the letter could be Levi said, "I think all of them were foolish and some of them
stimulate." made public. were outrageous."
The bill had the heavy endorsement of the Democratic
Congressional leadership, which claimed it would create 1.5
Schools hinder budget patch-up I
million jobs 900,000 for a variety of government-financed
public work projects and another 600,000 in private industry. .
Speaker Carl Albert signaling his belief the veto could be TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (UPI) against Treasurer Tom O'Malley.The ""; .'
overridden in the House, said "The Congress will not allow With House Speaker Don Tucker and House is insisting on S1.021
the President's negative action to scuttle this job-producing Senate President Dempsey Barron billion for education, $38 million
legislation." insisting that their conferees remain more than recommended by Gov.
firm the budget deadlock on Reubin Askew and about the same w,fY
Dead fiancee's name education money remained solid money the schools are getting now
Thursday threatening ,plans for an That is about' $10 million more
wanted by girl foreverMILWAUKEE. early adjournment.A than recommended in the Senate and
subcommittee"of the conferees Saunders demanded that the House
Wis. (UPI) This is a story of true love: trying to reach agreement on the conferees come down about $5
Rosanna Dominski asked the Circuit Court Wednesday for nearly $4.5 billion budget remained million.
permission to change her name to Rosanna Koch,the name of about $5 million apart on money for Education Commissioner Ralph
her boyfriend who died unexpectedly last February. the public schools and kindergartens.Ways Turlington urged House negotiatorsto
They were to have been married last Saturday. "I loved him stand firm, calling the $1.021
very much" she told Bill Janz,of the Milwaukee Sentinel. and Means Chairman Bob billion the least the public schools can
"I've.thought about it a long time and I'd like to have his Saunders, chief of the 14 conferees, get by with. '"wpL.A..c.
name." still hoped to finish up work in time "I. do not see the compelling
But this is not the whole story.She will travel to Colorado in tor the House and Senate to consider ,urgency to taking that $S million .'
July to scatter his ashes in the mountains he loved. 'the 'budget either in a special out" Turlington said. "It's already a
"We're going to let the wind take him," said Dominski Saturday session 'or the first thing very Spartan budget going back to
who will make the trip with Koch's mother and sister.They Monday. Spartan Greece when there was not

approved the name change. Adjournment is planned for 8 p.m. very much to eat. and when you wentto .,- -- .
"The way I feel now, there isn't anyone who could compare Monday, four days early after the bed at night, there were no warm EDUCATION COMMISSIONER TURLINGTON
with him,the way I loved him."she said. House takes up impeachment articles baths." I
doesn't want school money cuts

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eai Oar O\4i.tiM, QI CLASS RINGS NOW

f ?atlf-, .\.oO.r P4. : Laboratory school
"oets +na peg pel"lO" ) gets
'"roqnO StEt-FlAre WINE, ee ALL
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ttt.M.dnb By JANET PARK "THERE WILL BE changes to make but
t'.n"f fy I.- Alligator Staff Writer none of our programs were based on affluenceso .
r I n.Univ.Aw 3Th4lf2I P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, recently none can be excluded," he said.
voted the best laboratory school in the As a laboratory school funded by the stateas
I IGAT'OR'S country, has just had 550,000 trimmed from part of UF P.K. Yonge's budget is decided
its already tight budget. by UF budgeters."We .
SUMMER IN EUROPE!! The school's director, Dr. J.B. Hodges, said work with what we get," Hodges said.
the $50,000 would be saved by leaving four IN 1974-75, P.K. Yonge was operating on
$$389 Group ate is % price $12,500 teaching positions vacant next year. an$865,000 budget before winter budget cuts
WITH THE LOSS of $50,000, "next year chopped $10,000 from operating expense
Round trip: Miami-Luxembourg-Miami will be difficult," Hodges said. "We simply money.
can't maintain quality with a low operating Hodges attributed the school's selection as
June 12-Sept.11 Three full months budget and inferior salaries." number one in the country's laboratory school
Law Students' special flight has 10 available seats. Hodges said 33 of the current 55 faculty category to the kind of research conducted
These won't last long I members are paid less than the average there. .
Alachua county public school teacher with the "No other school in America ever attempted -
Contact immediately Marion Walker 392-2311 same service. to get regular classroom teachers to
"I've never worked with faculty so do research on educational problems," he
0111I11I11I1111I1111101111 nlln 11I11111I1111I1111I11I111111I1111I1111I0 dedicated, but with the funding we had this said."But
year, we can't continue on this level," Hodges you can't sustain a program without
said. resources" he added.it .

9-9 I Carpet conflict unsolved I

Sunday 12- By STUART EMMRICII ALTHOUGH SOME of the arguments for
Alligator Staff Writer keeping the carpets included sound level and
Although they 'got almost no en- safety, the main point of the meeting was the
couragement on their charges of reverse discrimination charge. ''I
discrimination, eight UF male students camea The residents of South Hall first floor p
little closer Thursday to saving their dor- explained that only men's dormitories are
mitory carpets. being stripped of the carpets and the women
The students met with UF President RobertQ. have shag carpets which are not being
Marston Thursday to protest the touched.
replacement of carpets in men's dormitories "We pay the same rent as they do, why
with. vinyl tile. should we pay for services we are not getting."
ALSO AT THE meeting were James argued hall resident John Berthier.
Allison UF affirmative action officer,' and MARSTON SAID the discrimination
Tom Goodale, dean of student services. complaint, which has received the support of
p After hearing the students complain about the UF Committee on the Status of Women, is
the removal of the carpets, which they said an "interesting question", but added he did
served as a lounge area for the residents, not think they could "go that far with it."
Marston instructed Goodale to set up a Allison agreed, and suggested the students
,meeting between he, the students and Vice concentrate their efforts on Sandeen and
President for Student Affairs, Arthur San- Goodale.
deen to go over each of their specific com "To effect change you have to do it harmoniously
plaints. keeping in mind we don't want to
Goodale said the meeting had to wait until polarize anyone. We want to try and resolve
Castro) Sandeen returned from an out-of-town trip
' t NKG this weekend, but added he would stop the (See 'Carpet' page five)
6 SPARK OIL plans for the carpet removal "for now".
PLUGS (Quart)

Most 694I Models 89 New oil tax to raise local utilities ..

A SI per barrel oil import tariff hike or- used by RUB customers. .
I -, dered by President Gerald Ford Tuesday will The new tariff, which raises the total
... CHAIN ,/
,' LURE Bell increase Gainesville utility user's bill by an import levy to$2 a barrel, takes effect June 1 I.
ft' r average of $2 a month and raise the price of .
G=s >loo \ Helmet However Lindsey said the tariff increase
the and half
gas at pump by a penny a per
j would not affect Gainesville users fuel oil
$549* 994 $2995 gallon.George Lindsey, Assistant to the,General adjustment bills for several months.

((15 oz) Manager of the Regional Utilities Board "It will take time for the imported oil to be
(RUB), said the increase will be about 2 mills used by Gainesville residents and even longerby
Preston Petty Hang Ten KZ-400S per kilowatt hour, or about $2 per 1,000 the time they are actually billed," Lindsey
Custom FenderUnbreakable kilowatt hours, the average on.thly.amount said.Rnnkc .
$99 5
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6.50 3.99 (from page one) should partly "be the result of "student
protest or anger.
Bennett said he is not sure what the next DAN LOBECK, UF student body vice-
*M MlichiwiliiKMM..MKe'."chld..1ftI. dew pep *** lae 11I4.kcal uwn, is if the book is not returned. president, said the situation is going to be
Fret MKt to c&ft"MM mMi Coot ln cMf n* l uMt I' .ecotNetk.r step ,
,....1ItIIIIII_", .._..... opnrIg/NM" IftII C/lt/, (...g ICMWStNM1toe/dt' "We may contact the department chairmanto examined."On .

help us get it back," Bennett said. July I we will appoint students to the
MEANWHILE, Bennett said a, policy is University Library,Committee. After this, we
I under consideration that would give the are going to do something about this
student in search for a book, the name of the situation," Lobeck said.
professor who has it.
ArI's'Kawasaki "Before, if the professor had a book, we Meanwhile Bennett said students should '
wanted to be the one to bother him about it. let librarians know about missing books. s
: Now I'm changing my mind about it," "STUDENTS should come to the cir-
600 N.E. 23rd Ave. Bennett said.Bennett culation desk where we can recall a book froma
said the present process takes I faculty member. Otherwise we'll never knowit
n > much longer than it would if this new policywas was needed" Bennett said:
3733596KflWMoki implemented would be to look up the Bennett said a few libraries around the
social security number in order to give the country have started a strict: kind of
professor's name:- 'out." Bennett said. borrowing policy for professors. -
The policy is being considered by Harrer "They get three weeks and that's it,"

toffs ft.good times roN. -Bennett said.Bennett Bennett said. "We may also be coming to
... said if the policy is to be changed this."

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The University Senate gave the Board of Regents a "pat on
the back" and a little advice Thursday and then rejected a p t
series of changes in campus parking policies.The .
senate passed a resolution commending the regents for

delaying any action on a proposal to permit unrestricted FULL DISPLAY ,OF
(faculty terminations in a financial emergency. ROBERT MARSTON
THE SENATE stressed that any action in this direction favors'walking campus' NATURAL AND GREENHOUSES.PLANTERS PLANTS..
should not be considered until there has been a "full op-
portunity (for faculty) to communicate their concerns. 1Y AT $3 AND $4
"We are patting them on the back for having come to their i"V
senses," explained resolution sponsor Gardiner Myers, ad- 3525 SW. ARCHER RD.
ding the senate will continue to watch closely any similar
action the regents might propose in the near future. .. .
UF President Robert Q. Marston told the senate the '
regents will most likely reconsider the resolution dealing with
the layoffs of both tenured and non-tenured faculty in tight '" 4PM-10PM
economic conditions at their October meeting. meeting debating a lengthy resolution' to change a wide
TilE RESOLUTION to permit firing faculty with 30 days variety of campus parking procedures -then voted to reject CHICKEN, FRENCH FRIES,
notice when a state of "financial emergency" has been
established by the regents was originally scheduled to come it.INCLUDED in the parking resolution was the formation ofa s COLE SLAW ROLLS

up at next week's regents' meeting.But "walking campus," a graded priority system of issuing Q\'FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS
action on the resolution was delayed because the parking decals and separating the funding of the bus system
economic conditions were not serious enough now' for there toe from the selling of parking decals. $2,19DELIVERY
;> 'a real possibility of an emergency situation in the fall. Although conversion to a "walking campus" was rejectedby FOR
Marston, explaining the board had a' "target date" of the senate Thursday the issue is still not dead because it
October to reconsider the resolution, said various faculty and has picked up support from Marston the UF Parking and
other university-related groups should be "looking at this Transportation Committee and Student Government leaders.
from appropropriate, different perspectives."WE SERVICECALL
WANT to look at this thing extremely carefully,"
Marston said.Marston READER'S REDRESSIn 377-0901
suggested the senate bring up the resolution again

it its meeting next !month after the senate committee on Thursday's Alligator it was reported that the Student ....... : 1805 S.W. 13th UNLIMITED.,,
professional relations and standards has more time to study Night Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) made a special request to the l YY.h I. .. 1. k wYY.w.
It. Activity and Service Fee Committee (ASFAC) for $12,000 for
"I know of no single question that is more important" than equipment and up-keep. SNAP requested $12,000 for SNAP
the possibility of laying off tenured faculty, Marston said. salaries and $1,500 for equipment and its upkeep.It BROWARDRAWLINGSHALL
The senate spent an hour and .a half of their two-hour was also reported that AI Foody requested $100,000 to
microfilm the entire periodical department of UF's main COUNCIL:
library. Foody's request was to microfilm the entire periodical

Files// department of either the education or chemistry library.SG PRESENTS
Programs provides free entertainment for UF students
and SG Productions provides entertainment where admissionis
(from page one) charged.A .
misleading headline in Wednesday's Alligator stated the ROMEO & JULIET

regents refused to reconsider the policy despite the cabinet's Carnegie exchange program was being terminated; actually,
mistake. only one part of the program is being phased out because of
Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington a member of lack of interest. SUNDAY JUNE 1st 1
the cabinet, agreed with the senate action and said "There UF will no longer send students to Florida A&M University
probably ought to be some files that are closed; like the (FAM)for one quarter. FAMU never sent students to UF on
evaluations from outside the school they would quit that particular program of cross-cultural exchange. 9:00 PM
coming if you make them all public. Also the "25-30" students from FAMU that attend on the :
Evaluations of faculty from outside the employing other segments of the program represent only qualified
university would be closed under the bill by the "advisory" students with fairly definite career plans. That number does
category, unless they came from a superior in the state not represent ,the total number of students applying.The BROWARD REC ROOM
university system.Minority'Abairs. Alligator regrets these 'errors.

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't\,-. '.. .. ,. ', I By LEANNE SOUCEK "During the war it was quite hard to get also with the people in the legislature and was
/, '. '. "-I': ....'> ..... "I't. f Alligator St Writer radioactive, cobalt," Davis said. able to obtain the funds" Davis said. ?.
"We were finally helped by the In 1960 the nuclear sciences building was
:' :;; : Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) completed.
f'I f There is one busy man who will not retire because security men involved with the "YOU MIGIIT SAY that raising money for
f'' '' I i quietly when he leaves UF this year. "Manhattan Project" didn't want us to get buildings has been part of my life at UF. ,"
.' : Instead, he might be found in the South suspicious] Washington didn't want us to Davis said.
American plains trying to solve cattle know the project was using radioactive His next project involved the National
\\ nutrition problems.Dr. materials in their atomic-bomb research." Science Foundation's "Centers' of Excellence
George Davis. first came to UF to MIT provided Davis with enough cobalt to Program."
research nutrition problems caused by conduct experiments with one cow and 15 rats "The program was designed to bring institutions -
'I' ,' deficiencies in "trace elements," or minute for $15. The findings enabled cattle ranchersto which ranked below the first twentyin
\ amounts of minerals necessary for cattle increase cattle 'production tremendously. ( science)in the country up to parity," Davis
growth. DAVIS THEN moved from his cattle said.Dr.
': Davis said"I was induced to come here by research into the position of Director of Harry Sisler, Dr. Stanley Ballard, Dr.
the opportunities to study trace deficiencies, Nuclear Sciences and began his career in Robert E. Uhrig, Dean Linton E. Grinter and
"-" because Florida was probably the best "open- "building getting." others spent hours laboring over the project
j air" laboratory." As he explains it, "My first responsibility es with Davis.
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UNFORTUNATELY, Davis said, he had director of nuclear sciences was to find funds THEY WERE rewarded for their work
DR. GEORGE DAVIS difficulties finding radioactive cobalt for his for a nuclear sciences building. I got well when UF's nuclear sciences department
I returning to nutrition research experiments., acquainted with Governor Farris Bryant ands received $7 million dollars from the science
foundation and continuing appropriationsfrom
the other legislature."The .
award had a domino effect we cot
money for other buildings because we were

I Honor Court structure may changeBy recognized Davis explained.as an oustanding university,"

Davis relinquished his position as directorof
nuclear sciences on July 1, 1965 "with the
STUART EMMRICH cheating proceedings and proctoring of appointed by Marston to serve as a "liaison, charge of getting a new building (now Bar-
Alligator Staff WriterA exams, were also the subject of two public between the Honor Court and' the ad- tram Hall) and strengthening the biological
hearings and University and Student Senate ministration". sciences whenever they existed on campus." 1
final decision on whether to change the' meetings. After the year trial period the faculty group DAVIS, as UF director of biological
structure of the UF Honor Court or let it Although the original proposal for changein will submit a recommendation for the futureof sciences was responsible for getting funds
continue in its present form for a year trial the Honor Court called: for replacement of the court.. that contributed to the J. Hillis Miller Health
period should be announced by UF President the court with a student-faculty Honor Court- "IF IT IS NOT found at that time that Center, Linton E Grinter Hall, the Florida
Robert Q. Marston Tuesday. the recommendations to Marston only included there is not a significant improvement in the Museum, and the Psychology building.
Marston said he would review the a faculty advisory group to the Honor operations of the Honor Court, it will be our Since 1970, Davis has been the director of
recommendations for change proposed by the Court. recommendation to establish the (faculty- sponsored research. He said there has been a
Honor Court task force at his Tuesday staff IN THEIR REPORT to Marston on changein student) Honor Council," the report said. large increase in project spending since his
meeting and would probably make his final the Honor Court, Robert Bryan, vice Among the other changes proposed by first year.Where$32 million were spent in the
der'sion then. president for academic affairs, suggested the Bryan and Sandeen is the end of just law fiscal year 1973-74,only$18 million was spentin
BUT MARSTON added he would not Honor Court stay in its present student-run school students being involved in the runningof 1970.
decide on the question of public reprimandfor situation for at least one more year. the Honor Court, but that it should be "WE HAVE been successful in main-
student cheaters: one of the recommendations During that time, the report said, a five- "open up to participation by ell students from taining research projects when they are falling
of the Honor Court task force member faculty advisory committee would be all of the colleges." off all over the country," said Davis.
report, "until the larger question of public Along with his directional duties Davis hast
:*" hearings has been decided in the courts." job of "congressional liason."
'"" UF is now in the middle of a court suit "I keep Congress informed about UF, and
brought by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun ; also keep UF informed about what's going on
.j and UF law student Judy Collins charging Carpet in Congress," he said.
jg Honor Court proceedings should be held in WHEN DAVIS leaves UF this fall, he plansto
g: the open. (from page three) installed. continue research in the field he "loves
3 An appeal of the injunction halting secret "We are not asking for anything new, we best" nutrition.
4 hearings has been heard by the state Court of this" Allison said. just want to keep what we have," Morgan Along with his research, Davis will be kept
\1 Appeals but no ruling has been issued yet. PETE MORGAN, the floor resident said.HOUSING busy with his "committee work." He is
THE FINAL DECISION by Marston for assistant, emphasized he felt the removal of OFFICIALS said the carpet president of the American Institute of
any changes in the Honor Court will come the carpet and the installing of the tile would planned for removal was in a "state of Nutrition, and also president of the Society of
after more than six months of study by an create safety problems outside the showers if ruination"due to water damage and cigarette Geochemistry and Biology.He .
| appointed task force dealing with the water got on the floor. burns. also holds "chair positions" with the
problems 'of the Honor Court. He added the residents were not asking for' 'The carpets are not being removed from the Federation of American Societies of' Ex-
[ The recommendations for change, which UF to spend money putting in new carpetsand women's dorms, the officials said, because the perimental Biology and the National
i include increased faculty: participation in the there would be a savings if the tile was not female students take better care of them. Academy of Sciences.I .


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PATRICK Q'N1-A1 Tfr ftf HONOREDCongressman ,I

s UnlvetsItJ 1 tR RogersTo '

f'rotJ.nd 1v Address Graduates

by tin DMuon Strvlcet oflnformttlo to'commit*4hMlattoiii Congressman Paul G. Rogers (D) of bills and the National Sea Grant College

icttt official notictt A ImporttntuiformtticMt West palm Beach, will be speaker for Act. He.will be presented an h norary'DoCtor
to ttudtutt,faculty 4 University of Florida spring commence- of Laws degree.Approximately .
nail*l the',,h'mily of Florid* F ment June 14, and actor Patrick O'Neal 2,700 students will re-
will receive a distinguished alumnus ceive degrees in the largest class ever to
graduate from the University of Florida.
JMAUniMnHy S award.Serving his fifth year as chairman of the About one third are expected: to attend the
IQlU1J House Public Health and Environment non-compulsory: Florida Gym ceremonies,
Subcommittee and his 11th term in office, which begin with the processional at 9 a.m.
P-h-"-/wn.w ... Rogers has sponsored numerous health, The platform program begins at 10 a.m.
.!Florida.Gih.nO. An honorary Doctor of Science degree

...._ .. -CONGRESSMAN-- ROGERS----. w ill Ha..... p' resented to.v _Dr... Robert _VKnlpling .
whose pioneer research on the
screwworm fly led to eradication of the
pest without the use of pesticides.Knipling
worked with the U.S. Department of
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awards to eleven graduating seniors at the
University's June 14 commencement.
Outstanding Four-Year Scholar awards go
to (seated) Judy VogeL Other award
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two-year scholars Rick Josepher,political
science; George Jacobs, zoology; Chip
Williams,four-year basketball letterman,
a Doug Belden Athletic award; Beth
Kuntz, social studies, female leadership
award; Leslie Holmes, education,and Ted
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scholar awards. Not pictured are male
leadership award winner Bert Harris,food
and resource economics; Doug Belden
Athletic award winning track team cap
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I I Hon-r) System Revision ProposedVicePresidents Begins- Monday-

Robert Bryan and Ar- director of Student Judicial Affairs and the Honor Court has been decided by the state Dead Week begins Monday.No .
thur Sandeen have submitted recommendations Honor Court. courts. exams, class quizzes, special projects
to President Robert Marston Limit the Honor Court to adjudicatingcases Dr. Marston, in a letter to the vice or term papers are to be given 01
revising the Honor System.Included is the of academic dishonesty and contin- presidents, praised their work and that of assigned during the last week of classes
establishment of a five-member faculty uing "their cooperative relationship with the Task Force. Take home examinations cannot be mad<
advisory committee to serve as a liaison local merchants regarding the handling of "The Task Force..has performed a due prior to the regularly scheduled cur
between the Honor Court and the admini- bad checks." commendable service to this Universityits period.
stration and to make a recommendation to Require Honor Court candidates to findings and recommendations will Laboratory sections of many course:
the president by July I, 1976.. on the futureof run for office as non-partisans. have a long-standing impact on this may be exempt from the policy provide
the Honor Court. .Drop academic penalty hours from campus." such exemptions have been approved bj
The vice-presidents rejected a Student the list of punishments and continue He added: "I also commend you and the Office Academic Affairs. Wher
Judicial Systems Task Force proposal that probation, suspension and expulsion as your staffs for your follow-up work and for such exemption has been,approved, th<
the Honor Court be replaced with a penalties.Do the excellent manner which you gave such class should be made aware of th<
faculty-student Honor Council, but recommended :- not include honor system violationsas widespread publicity to your work, so that exemption prior to dead week.
that the Council remain as an. a part of a student's transcript, but all who had an interest could provide Students or faculty with question:
option until the year-end report. include a formal notation in the'student's' input." regarding Dead Week should contact th<
President Marston will take the recommendations permanent file. .dean of their college or the Office o
to his vice-presidents and staff .Open Honor Court participation to Academic Affairs, 392-2404.
Tuesday and expects to announce a students from all colleges rather than Uniscope FocusesOn
decision that day. establish a system for law school studentsto
In summary. the recommendationsInclude maintain. primary responsibility for Julian Bond Here
: investigating and presenting cases and for EnergyThe
.Change procedures in the Honor Court defending students In the Honor Court. For Speech, Monday
from criminal to administrative. Initiate campaigns to inform the way to solve the energy crisis is to .
.. Recognize that proctoring examinations entire campus community-students and replace all the members of congress, says Julian Bond will speak on "What's
Is consistent within honor system. faculty members -of the importance of the former chairman of the National Next?" for black politicians in the 1970s
:.Encourage ,every faculty member, academic integrity and of the honor Energy Policy Committee. John McKetta during an 8 pjn. Monday lecture af
department and college to institute proce- system. explains on Uniscope at 12:30: pjn.Sundayon Graham Pond.His Is cosponsored
dures that would discourage cheating, The recommendations also provide for Channel 20, WCJB, in Gainesville. by the University appearance College ,Council
"but to not create a chilling atmosphere.." public reprimand as a penalty, but Dr. Uniscope Is produced by UF's Divisionof and the Institute of Black Culture. The
Require that 'cases of academic Marston has told the vice-presidents he Information and Publication Services, public Is welcome to attend the talk and a
,dishonesty,when discovered by professors would like to delay that decision until the and broadcast by several commerical 9:30: p.m. reception in the J.Wayne Reto
or, ptbers, ,be,>r.eferre4, ,joiot.ta:4he.: :.AJarget mattar.ot publlc.learnipgs.for: thee television stations throughout the state. Union.Pag. .
... Th, University of Florida is an Equal Employe[Dent Opportunity Affirmative Action Employ t'ef .

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TOM VEENSTRA for a day at Swan Lake Sunday at 2 p.m. For
Alligator Staff Writer more information contact Reg Gilbreath at
refugee clothing and toy drive will call at Veterinary Club will feature wildlife
Maguire Village and University Village South photographer Dr. William Weber at their
for these items. Donations are badly needed banquet tonight at 7 at the Holiday Inn West.
and welcome. For more information contact Charge for members, $2.50 for guests, $5.
GAINESVILLE MALL John Warmington at 378-9578. MIDDLE EARTH Live entertainment and
ITCIIETUCKNEE TRIP, Students are refreshments will be featured at the Middle
2546 N.W. 13th Street invited to go tubing and picnic on the It- Earth Coffeehouse Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1
chetucknee River sponsored by the Chinese a.m., located underground Sledd B in
Club Saturday at 8:30: a.m. Interested Murphree area.
students should meet at the J. Wayne Reitz IflLLELi The Hillel Jewish Student Center
Union parking lot. There will be a $2 chargefor will have Sabbath services tonight at 6:30 anda
the picnic and a $2 charge for tube rental. lecture by Dr. Michael Meyer on "Israel and
OUT OF THIS WORLD Astrologer and American Jewry What Do They Owe Each
THE author David Cochrane will speak on Other, tonight at 9.
A "Astrology and Physics" and how astrologers FOLKDANCINGi The UF Folkdancers will
L interpret a horoscope tonight from 7:30 to teach beginning folkdancing classes at 9 p.m.
9:30: at the Center for United Ministries. and request dancing at 10 p.m. every Fridayat
uNFASHIONrT' STORE There will be a SI admission fee. Norman Gym. The public is invited.
and the American Cancer Society need a 5th degree black belt, will be visiting the UF
donations to buy mice for cancer research Shotokan Karate Club this weekend. Classes
today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at J. Wayne Reitz will be conducted today from 4 to 7 p.m. at
Union Colonade and Library West. the Hume Hall recreation room. Visitors are
M SR MICROBIOLOGY The microbiology welcome. There will be an exam for all
department invites all microbiology majors members on Saturday at 10 a.m.


( Note Inside health Information two weeks prior to departure for last-minute
will be a bi-weekly feature la The Alligator, changes. 1
providing readers with authoritative Information The Alachua County Health Department is "
on all aspects of personal health located at 816 S.W. 4th Avenue and the
#. and policies of the Student Health Service. telephone number is 3785321.
Bring your questions to Room 305 Reitz
Union or the lobby of the Student Health What Is the best thing to do when you've
Service For further Information please
burned your hand?
contact the Health Education Office at the For minor bums, ice applied locally, immediately
Student Health Service Room 237.) will reduce pain, swelling, and
1 iI blistering. More extensive bums should be
What shots are required to travel overseas? treated by a physician.
V The vaccinations required for travel outsidethe
United States vary from country to Is there evidence that Individuals. who
country and from time to time. The required frequently eat lemons experience Injury to the
shots are determined by+ the presence of teeth because of such a practice
certain severe contagious diseases in the People who habitually use lemons may
countries of travel at the time of travel. New exhibit acid erosion usually on the labial
fSYL? IY.4 recommendations are sent weekly to local surfaces of the anterior teeth if they suck on
health departments by the National Com- the fruit, and on the lingual surfaces if they
municable Disease Center. chew it.Dilution.
Those anticipating travel abroad should of the lemon juice with water
contact their local county health departmentfor does not reduce its acidity appreciably which
;tj current requirements.This should be done may have a pH below three. The acidity may
early since more than one shot may be remain very low for several minutes unless the
\ J ;v required over a period of from one to two involved surfaces are actually bathed by the '
weeks. Contact should again be made about passage of saliva or mouth rinsing.

1: aR x4' c'r Watsons cancel ; Black frats set'Extravaganza'

Doc catches fluThe

tow '4 highly touted Bluegrass team of Doc: The UF Black Greek Council will hold it's
and Merle Watson have cancelled their second annual "Extravaganza" Saturdayfrom
i scheduled performance this weekend at the 3 to 6 p.m. on the patio behind the
'SHSum Beef and Bottle restaurant. Florida State Museum.
The"Extravaganza"will feature 15 minute
photo by rick IOMO. Gene Scogin booking agent for Beef and programs and "stop routines" by each of the
Bottle said Doc: Watson had been stricken by four black fraternities three black sororitiesand
the flu and would remain in North Carolina. six auxiliary charter organizations on the

T.T.&JTank UF campus. _
Originally, the show was scheduled to There will also be a benefit dance held by
Tops and Jeans a must for everyone's casual warm weather continue but Merle Doc's son, also became the council time and place to be announcedat
wardrobe. sick. the "Extravaganza!'
GiGi's favorites are black Screwdriver jeans along with a nylon top. Although the afternoon festivities will be
I Shop Lerner Shops Sports Collection today for your choice of jeans in Scogin said he was trying to reschedule the free, there will be a 75 cent donation at the
I' denim or pre-washed denim.Tank tops are available in cotton and nylon in group for June 27-28 but this was not definite. dance which will be divided equally betweenthe
a rainbow of colors. Scogin said full refunds would be made Black Student Union and the Cleveland
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Too easy rider

Walk through the UF campus any weekday, and

you'll probably see a wide variety of modes of

transportation. Cars, bicycles, motorcycles, and
pedestrians all weave their way, often oblivious to
all else.

Now picture the scene without the cars.

It's not such a new idea, or radical. In fact, if ftLIPIA

Dr. Joseph Wattleworth gets his way, the UF

campus will be all pedestrian within the next two
years. 1

He is chairman of the University Senate ? \ yg.

transporation committee, and he says the UF _
division of planning should work toward such a

goal.We ...r _At IL.. aL& .r 7awmu 9_,iS,S'd UQRkBeVE !JUHOWbtf,
agree. Whatever sacrifices must be made to

change should be made because a campus withoutcars 'AST BEHAY1H6 UKE Cl/flJllAllffh
would be considerably safer and cleaner than GOD/ YOU MEAN WE ,MHAVE TO) START

the Cars present could campus.be channeled away from the inner in
Mara longer rutWell
campus areas and toward lots such as the Tigert no

Hall lot, which is just off 13th Street.

Traffic, such as career service vehicles, policecars
it looks like the worst is over. We can congratulate We started digging the sand away from the wheels. As we
and fire trucks,'would be allowed access. But ourselves on having lived through almost a whole quarter. worked away I realized that I wans't feeling panicky or
all of those single passenger cars which pollute our Many of us treated ourselves to a trip this weekend to irritated. I wasn't really even bothered. ,
air daily and endanger pedestrians and bicyclists celebrate myself included. .1 I had: gone on this trip because I felt stuck in a rut. Every
would be removed. The trouble is, my trip was less like that of a carefree 'quarter, I seemed to acquire a new interlocking set of worries
UF President Robert Q. Marston suggested on student than the flight of a crazed lemming headed for the and fears. I would think about them again and again' until I
edge of a cliff(or the edge of Florida as it were.) felt tired and depressed and trapped.
April 1 that parking problems might be solved by
I HAD HOPED a new set of experiences would give me a
making UF into a "walking campus." He said at fresh outlook. Instead I had literally landed in a rut. Why
that time it is often quicker to walk from Tigert wasn't I feeling bad about it?
Hall to the J. Wayne Reitz Union during the [L JANIS MARA ] For one thing Sallie and I had laughed at it. When you

daytime than it is to drive.: It is. laugh at a problem it has little power to bother you.
Crouching on the beach crotch-deep irt clammy sand I hada
But from Wattleworth Marstonand
despite support stuck
sudden inspiration. "Just because I got this car
others, it will take at least two and maybe MY FIRST MISTAKE was in going off with Sallie a friend doesn't mean I'm a bad person," I thought. "Okay. I made a
three years of long-range planning to eradicatecars who is as crazy as I am. As I drove along completely lost in mistake. Does that mean I have to do a guilt trip on myself?"
from campus.In my thoughts Sallie yelled "LOOK! That sign says Crescent OF COURSE, the car was still stuck in the sand. After
the meantime the transition Beach! Turn around!1" about 40 tries we almost had it free when we saw headlights
during period
Completely rattled, I began a 360 degree turn only to notice approaching.
we suggest Marston, deans and department headlights coming at me. Of course I ended up at the edge of
chairpersons set an example for the rest of the UF the ditch snarling to myself.
community by riding buses, bicycles or walking to Somehow we finally got to Crescent Beach around 2 a.m. I (r OPINION i J J"Oh
work each day. stopped the car at the edge of the road overlooking the beach.
WE WATCHED silently as the waves shot forward then
We have another for the transition
suggestion fanned out over the white sand. The warm salt air spread over wonderful. It's Richard Speck: said Sallie. "Just
period. Restrict the official business stickers whichare us. Two moons glowed in front of.us, one solid the other who I need to see on a deserted beach at 3 a.mo"
now given to administration officials and trembling with the movement of the water. It turned out to be the Official Representative of Sanity, a
department heads. "Wow" said Sallie in a'hushed voice. Then, with delight, policeman. He played,his flashlight beam over our sunken
harder and "Let's drive on the beach!", treasure.
Make the stickers to get, you'll see
alternative "Are you kidding?" I shrieked. "You can't drive a car like "THINK I KIN get you out."he intoned portentously.
officials methodsof
more high UF using this on the beach.."(The car was a 1970 Malibu.) Finally restored to a(firmer footing (asphalt, to be exact)we
transportation.Allow IT WAS OVER quickly. Within three minutes we were sped to a campground. The barbed wire fence was chained
parking stickers which are presently. the hubcap-deep stuck in the sand in Crescent Beach at 2 a.m. and padlocked.
same as those which students purchase area without a telephone in. sight. "It's so good to get away from Gainesville" I remarked.
stickers. They could be used for areas in which the "Bovine excrement! I"yelled,getting out of the car. "I told "This reminds me how well off I really am."
official works.Yesterday you this would happen., WE HAD TO sleep in an ancient sleeping bag back at
Sallie said "It was meant to happen. You know-the Two accursed Crescent Beach. But I still feel the trip was worth it.
the UF University Senate killed a Stooges go to Crescent Beach." Even if I
don't pull out of my rut at least I'll be able to cope
Parking and Transporation Committee resolution SOMEHOW, THAT did it. with it a little.better.. .,
which would speed implementation of a pedestrian

campus. ,
But study possibilities are not dead. We urge the Ron Cunningham David KleinManaging
The Independent Wltor-irnChi.f Editor
University Senate to reconsider and start planningfor

the day when cars will no longer be a part of Florida Gary Balanoff David Bnhom
the inner campus scene at UF. Alligator Associate Editor "' iGyoutfdltor

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EDITORs On May, 22, a letter authored by Albert Evans off; the fact that students of all classifications are expected to
appeared in your letters column which claimed that the pay higher tuition and receive decreased benefits; the fact
demands by those ,students interested in both no tuition that ex-UF President, Chancellor-designate of the Board of arguments are'pathetic'
increases and no cutbacks are either selfish or contradictory.Evans Regents in
power the Institute of Food and Agricultural
argues that the money for UF to pay its bills must Sciences E.T.
York, lobbied to kill and won his fight againsta
come from somewhere, and since the students are the main bill which would have cut administrative costs bY' 15 per
benefactors of the educational system, the students should be cent that
; cost cutting in the university system is being done at
willing to pay or to take the cutbacks.ON the expense of the teaching-research function of the EDITORs I would like to respond to Charles Fugee's
THE SURFACE of the issue, it appears that Evans hasa universities and not with an eye towards protecting these pathetic excuse for an argument in support,of sexual and
point. However, there are factors that he has failed to take functions. racial discrimination.I .

into account., The Graduate Student Union realizes that money is a great think, Mr. Fugee that you failed to understand
While it is not clear that the students are the only problem in this state and in the nation. But, we also feel that Melissa Pavone's usage of the word "discrimination."
benefactors of higher education, to argue that point here with a little intelligent planning centered in the realization of You base your claims on a biological, evolutionary
would take us away from the immediate issues that need to be the proper role of a university that a stabilization, of tuition at definition; that is, the Darwinian theory of natural
investigated now. While it is evident that the university systemis its present level and the reversal of the plans; to decrease selection. Pavone's definition dealt with the cultural or
experiencing a money crunch, it is not evident that the wayto student-oriented personnel and services can be attained 'Social sphere discrimination as prejudice, which is
ease that crunch is by cuttting employees (faculty, graduate without infinging upon the needs of the rest of the state. defined by Webster in part as "an irrational attitude of
assistants, career service)who have a direct relationship with hostility directed against an individual, a group, a race, or
the students and-or by raising tuition. Lynn McNeal their supposed characteristics."
What is indicated is a study of the spending patterns of the President, GSU ASIDE FROM THE fact that human technology, at
university system so that economizing which certainly does least in the Western world, has made natural selection in
appear necessary can be done intelligently with an eye The Independent humans practically non-existent, Mr. Fugee, the argumentyou
towards cutting waste without sacrificing the services and in fact make, as opposed to the one you think you are
personnel who are integral to a university as a place for Florida AlligatorTom making is, valid; disease and other means of natural
teaching and research,without placing financial burden upon selection have been beneficial in their way.
those can least afford it. However, that fact has nothing to do with the issue at
SOME EVALUATION, OF what services and personnel are Shroder hand. Mr. Fugee, are you trying to say that preventing ,... '
most important for the teaching and research functions of the Asst.Newt Editor John Photo Moron Editor women and people of color from being promoted at their
university is mandatory. Without this evaluation the belt only Doug Hatch job, or from getting a job at all, or preventing them from
tightens around those who do not have any political power or Wire Editor being extended credit or from having all the privileges a
those who so not recognize their potential for political action.It Sheila DraperEntertainment GfegForrerSports citizen has a right to is beneficial, is a form of natural
is evident from: The fact that it has, been graduate Editor Editor selection? (
assistants, interim faculty, and career service employees who If so, I think you have just added a new chapter to "The
have been threatened with lay-offs have actually been laid. Origin of Species." Do you honestly believe that an increase
_d __.__ __.__ __ __------- -- ---- ----- in malocclusion in the dentition of those with mixed
ancestry is a basis for apartheid?
t1 F, MR. FUGEE, I refer you to your dictionary for the
definition of discrimination,which you need to know to
understand Pavone's letter and to the nearest library for
information on the reasons for masculine and feminine
Lisa Keep 3AS

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Carnegie programis

alive and wellEDITOR

This letter is in value of the experience by
response to the front page participating students, interest
article that appeared in the among ,white UF,
May 28 issue of The Florida students has not been
Alligator under the caption evidenced because of such
"Carnegie program now uncontrollable factors as peer
dead" and parental pressures.,
The article was inaccurateand Black students coming here
uMiLluuI slanted; however, since I from FAMU, as well as
have grown accustomed to Bethune-Cookman, ''Edward
biased reports on such endeavors Waters, and Florida i-
;r as ours, I shall'only Memorial Colleges, are
react to the inaccuracies participants in our
contained, in the article.I preprofessional pregraduate
DID NOT witness the component which allows up to
interview between Janet Park, 200 students the opportunities
'an Alligator staff writer, and ,to explore'
Marvin Grant, assistant' graduate I and professional
director of the Carnegie options and demonstrate their
& Consortium;, I have, subsequent propensity to successfully" ,
to reading the article, complete their chosen
( discussed 'the 'contents',with;: graduate and professional .
Grant and was assured that a goals.'. .
clear distinction was made WHILE WE COULD
between the cross-cultural admit as many as 200
component and other students 'from these four'
components.of the Carnegie ''institutions have never
Consortium (program) duringthe admitted that many because
interview. An appropriateor quality, not quantity, is in the,
,accurate caption I for ,the best interest of this com
= 4 / article, which was completely ponent. "
negative, would have, been This has been proven out
"Cross-cultural, componentnot by 'the percentage of ex-
included refunding." and si iced in, our various
We opted not to request graduate and :professional
funding for the, cross-cultural departments. ,Our two other
component which allows components are the transfer
rsr white students in service-to- and fellowship programs. All.
people academic areas to are expected to be,around for'
spend one quarter at FloridaA a while.
'& M University for the ON THE CONTRARY '
purpose of gaining needed THE CARNEGIE I ,
insight into the world of PROGRAM IS INDEED
'blacks because, not- ALIVE.

,withstanding i vt 4he, expressed "F, Ids Tosie, Director.I .
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Wedding Bonds, & Engagement Ring 3 Ton duotherm air cond split system 1972 honda 500 4 cylinder excellent For Sale: 1975 Kawasaki f11 End- for rent summer quarter In a gorgeous pepulor
Traditional or Contemporary designs of $350 cosh firm 466 3109 after 3 pm (o-.31I. cond. low mileage many extras $Ioso. uro with 1,800ml. Excellent Condition furnished apartment
your choice. Handmade for Individuals 144-p) or best offer coil 373-4850 after 5:30'M. well taken care of $950.00, Howolion Village at a low discount role
I who wont the bed. Original work bySouth's dress beautifully hand (o-5t-l43-p) Lists for $1150.00 (negotiable) Call call 373.8915 or come to opt 325 (b-3l-
leading Artlitt. Matter Gold design size 12 no reasonable offer 74 400cc Kawaski, cover,2helmets $900 392.8341, ask for Steve a-3t-145-p) 14 2-p) -
MORE Smith and lapldlst. Unconditional refused 373-8759 otter 4:30 (a-5t-142-p) mileages 5,000 excellent condition scuba tank us divers 71.2 cu ft aluminum APT.SUMMER/ : 2 or 3 bedroom carpeted
..y' TO SEE WITH Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only. never dropped 373before 2pm (o43p |.v.lv.75. honda 350 parts central oc 1 block from campus$160 per
373-3894 (o-9t.103-p/ ) free kittensi Siamese mother shots x.' ) center stand, sealed beam, tune-up month + utilities, Call 3734970 (b.2.p -&-
Included-must find homes before
CAM TVS Minolto camera equipment, good ,7th of|une.5 weekS eld.call 371-374 SKYdive equip. 26' tepo + cunt.-$125 parts-call mike 373-0924 efter-epm |. ) ,
condition, 101 body $123 102 body $175 or 377-1330. (a-St-116-p) 23' reserve + cost.-$60 boots-$25 (5H45-P) ROOMS: SUMMER Furn ac utilities Incl.
28 mm $90 100 mm $90 SO mm $SO 317- helmet-IO also tennis rocket must sell stereo: technics saSOOOx 4-channel carpeted maid-linen service 1 block
AAobll Homo, 12x41: 2 br, 10x20 patio kitchen,$70
MJfJlo 5436 (Q.IM44-P) from some share or
5 campus
coil Rob 377-8917 (o- t-143-p) rec.-$320 retail$550; Thorens
cover, washer + dryer, ac car by
month Coll 3734970 or come
Marantz 2015-$1$0. New per
it $123
TV Channels A wtctner 30 trailer: complete kitchen 8 furti. p.tedl2999,will rent with option to 125
uzuki TS 185 2300 ml Hodaka w-warran. John 378-9192 (a-5H45- 1319 NW 2 Ave (b-5t-142-p)
sleeps three, air conditioned available
channel. UPI News New York buy 44-3038 (a-5M44-p) 1600 ml 400 each also 3 bike trailer
June 15 asking $2500 tee to appreciate p
Stock Exchange 2 FM stations on
Sony portable stereo cassette deck sold with,either bike for 100 nNdmon.y
TV Channels and 9 FM AM call 372- 528 (o14Q.p)
and 4 1973 Yamaha 125 Good shape.
cr-550a am-fm stereo new price call now 378-6576 ((1.21.145p -
Motions on the FM band.UNIVERSITY 12 x 72 3 bdrm 2 complete bath mobile $300. five months old will sell $210.' )_ $375. 37 -1790 anytime (a.5t..p)
home en 1 acre lot,deep well cellar (not I .
CITY call 373-4238 (.1t..p) s.esow.SPARK
knight 100 watt receiver and pair
complete), utility ihed. located I block
TELEVISION CAM CO.INC, Queen size waterbed, frame-lined fc ar-4x spkrs $145. ...rI191n b+w tv
from schools in Newberry. 472.2870
blocks for elevation sturdy. $25. fender Qtr. Room In house 2 Ilkl, from PLUG
S22 N.MAIN ST. very (aizmaster guitar w-
between 8:30* '12:30 for mor.lnfo.o.fr.lo..p
pm $40 call after 4pm 3733604 also' case $75. call ned 5.8 pm 376-9389. low School Quiet Rent 75.00 but
( ) dresser 4 drawers $7.50 (a-2t-14e-. (a.5t.145.p)_ Negotiable Furnished move In June ,,.
P)_ Rare Oriental TherlomorphlcFetish 372-7491 Henry (b-St..2.p)
'rx6O" ((2 large bedrooms kitchen $500 corry village 284-4 (a- Subleasing air condo two bedr apt closeto
bath + living rm.) fully furn. air 5HU'p)_ campus 377-8599 (b-10t-U2-p: )
cond. reasonably priced very good 69
THEPN location phone 373-2570 after Spm.
(a-et-144)_ LEWIS
W STERO 100 WATTS sarlf.-$125
...., garrard turn. amfm multiplex Jewel ryCompony
outraged sound Giant speakersask CLASS RINGS d n MOST MODELSSEE
for Bob 392 7309 leave number
233W. Univ. Ave. 377.3013 (..31.,...p)_ DIAMONDSWATCH

for sale It tape player hooks up to REPAIRS Curly Por angllt.- ARTS KAWASAKI
& any ampllflyer sacrifice almost' 200 W. University Ave. 600 N.L 23rd AVE.
new $25 call 371-5032 ((1.1t..p) 372.4106

LIPHAM MUSIC CO.ftoserts Patio,,Saturday I to 5 12 sw 24th
street glass, china, antiques-
modest prices danlsh modern
lounge,15.00 dollars ya'll come (a-

LADIES S & GENTLEMEN E E lt-144-p Epiphone)_ft145 flat top with case !

like new hardly played. Great for 233
beginner. $110 call: 373-3751 after
W. Unit. All.
'-v/1t 5pm Ask for Lance. (a-3t-144-p)

FOR SALE' 1'"Zenith Color TV 100
tl)11) per cent Solid State Excellent
condition$250 10,000 btu a.c $75 377- rwaen ?
8743 after 5 (a-3t-146p)

honda cb 350 1972 never abused
$425. Inquire 1830 nw 1st,ave between
A-lpm. or call 392-1134 ask for
danny between noon & 12:30: pm or
leave message (a.3M44.p)_
JajftrSingflJafftr Yamaha fg-230, 12 string acoustic
guitar new cost $250, 1 yr, old -$125
DonotslJofftr l 377-451 (.-$t..p) !

queen-slze waterbed, deluxe,
Explode I IJdMtr custom wood fram pad, liner. $45. '
call steve cumbaa' 392-1721

DtNvm tht FIfteen HIts weekdays message before(.3t.1..p 4:30)or 3719971 |v. I I

that Shook ...\\Wd of I Muriel Call 72 ''evenings.&$' mobile 3739163.home Assume 3br central 96.03 air. '

payment, or negotiate other term Set
4 Quadraphonic Film Concert, up In Costleoote (o-St-143-p)
197212x60 mobile home excell cond. w- ,
oc,carp living t kitch, Insulot roof.to be
old In aug. call after 5:00: or wkends
373-8530 ((0.9t.I4p)

les Paul Deluxe $350 or best offer
flawless condition must seal must Mllll
373-4341 Tim (o-5t-l43-p)

For Sale:, Fender Stroiocaster and Cote, e
$300, Fender Champ amp $75, Yalrl
Classical Guitar and Cote, .$300. Call
:378-0082 (a-5M43-p)

$198 197)) TOYOTA COROllA twe-doer
376-4771 after 3:00: ((0-61.149)) ..r

36"x48" DRAWING TABLE, and
various other supplies for ae 112
and a. 113 asking 90.00 make an

offer call Steve371.4848 '(a-2t-145-p) SUNDAY THIS i..iA.D 2 Ii: I IA


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3 bedroom luxury opt available June 15 roomote needed summer or two male or female to share 3 br Took at our rental listings on houses,
furnished pool, dishwasher, oc, country quarter shot 2 bedroom opt 82.50 + ft opt. oc $65 Private room plus shore mobile homes,and opt*, before you pay
"i rtl t CMr_ 1:15 village $273 per month includes water, utilities June rent free call ooytlme 377- utilities close 1103 S.W. 2nd Ave. Call anyone a fee. Joel Bridget, realtor 404
CENTER H oYER : gas. call 377-6834 (b.5t.I 43-p) 8562 (b-6.142-p) 3779740 after 4:00 pm (b-5t.144-p) SW 4th Ave (b-ff-127-c)
5 need 2-3 people to sublet apt for RCOMATE WANTED FOR 3 Bdrm haute 2BRopt.AC nice 1105 N.A. 19th to$250 sublet I br garage apt 14 block from
fete u. w, ttre r summer furnished oe, 3 blks behind 'near campus Own room $103 mo. All Furnished Call 372.9749 after 4:00: pm tlgret 105-mo no phone I2)2' SW I*
norman '\M |june rent $150 lul-oug + util UTILITIES INCLUDED call 373.5741 Nice (b5t-U4p) Ave afternoons (b-5M43-p)
call 392-8618 or 392-8621. hurryl! (b4t. (St-142-p) _
SUMMER SUBLET July 1 1 br. furnished,
sublet one bedroom townhouse close to close to med center ft camput summit
campus available, June I H 135 per month house opt.-$1 53 call 373-6145 (b4t43PJ -
378-4467_ (b..1 143-p) )_._ .
IE neat and clean female roomate needed tuxorloui 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt to
Pfetidly Present! ; summer quarter own room in spacious sublet June 1st Tennis courts, pool,
two itory house In the NE section call basketball, 5 min. from campus. Will '
evening 377-8093 (b-4t-43! .p) lower rent for summer. Call 376-0093 THE FURTHER ADVENTURES
1 bdrm apt to sublet available june 15 anytime (b-4t-U3.p) OF A LADY OF PLEASURE ;3 .,
Seven Alone $145 per mo frederick gardens opts Female roommate needed;' for summerto 1:156:10OOS : "'
r Option to pick up fall lease Call 377.4873 shore bedroom in two bedroom apt at 10:00
or Apt manager (b..1 143-p) Brondywme. $60 mo. + '/ util oc, pool Sat. i Sun.
spacious, furnished trailer, for summer Call Terri at 373.5546 (b.31-144.p) 2:20
rent. a-c, dishwasher, carpet. bike, to
campus $90 mo. + ultl 3761295b5t143p bedroom-living room and large kitchen
wM'f (( ) efficiency apt.2 blocks from camput 103
DVIERt ;JJ sw 12 st. Apt. 3 Available June 15 or
2F roommates wanted Hawiian Village
earlier $110-mo.( call 377-4786 (b-4t-
fete w. w. ttCssr re
Apt 451. call
3784)475 for in. 143-p)_
formation (b.St-143.n)
CLINT sublet 2br townhouse howalian village.
unfurnished, 2 bath coal 372.1093. (b- SPARK PLUG
Yom'z IOt.U3.p)
< Moving, anytime between Nov. A Sept.
THE EKER SANCTION let us rent your house an apt at no cost
( h United, Real Estate Assoc. Inc. Broker 69

(Special Summer Rates)
DOORS oPEN $1.25T111 2:30 P.M. $100 to$125 PER MO '
t All units, 2 BR,furnished with air luxury MOST MODELSSEE
1 h 1
1:4S PM EXCEPT SUNDAY features.
Available for lease through Aug. 31st
N.W. 13th STREET and Prairie, View Mobile
23rd BOULEVARD 378-4411 373-3284
2:15 4:15 6:05 8:00 10:00 Available to new tenants onlyl! ARTS KAWASAKI
600 N.E. 23rd AVE.Tonight III
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needed too rent
NOW + to JUNE FREE Roommate Wanted. Share one SUMMER roomates needed. Rent Students willing to pay $255 for room Wanted female roommate Country 1or2 housemates 3bd furnishedac

to share large bedroom In Gator bedroom apartment starting In Fall ..s4 utll. Country Gardens Apt and meals thru summer quarter. J block Gardens summer and-or fall 2 3rd room of beautiful + pool, 3

wood 2 br apt. thru august loweredrates. close to campus. Very reasonable.Must Close to campus,two bedroom, pool from campus, central air, co-op housing. bdrm 2bath To share with 3 girls. house w-2 fireplaces rent$43 $47
call 3789781. (Ib.5t.l.s.p) be clean and quiet call 377- etc. Call Eric 3780511 (b-5t-146-p) Kim ot Clo. 372-9328 (c-19M33-p' ) $63 per moth + '/. utl call 3720177cSt145 blocks from matherly. call Jan
for summer *or beyond.
( )
DUPLEX BEHIND NORMAN 8075 (b2t-145p)_ Sublet: IBdrm Apt Country Manor, Responsible female seeking '1-2 br p 371-7971 or leave message at 392-

HALL OWN ROOM CALL 378.4158 Sublet: 2 br 2bath Gatorwood, apt call after 6:00: p.m. 378-9574 (b-St- house or troilor to keep good core of In 1 female roommate, easygoing, 6589 (C-5M44) _
Or 378.9190 (b-5M45p)_ 1102 furnllshed carpeted ac 146-p) exchange for reasonable rent. Shady lot rent big-br. duplex $75 month, 3

available June 1. Rent reduced to 37 -8nl or 468-1702 (c-5t- blocks from U.F. 373-4604 or 392-
house for rent summer only 2 room for rent 62.50 air furnished 919 acreage.
200' Call Ira at 392-2571 or 377- 143.pt, ) ] 1883 before 5. (c-3t-145-p)
bedroom furnished air conditioned mo. sw 6th ave 1 block behind norman ______
1 block from law school rent 180 per 5491 (b-5M45p)_ call after 6pm 378-5895 rent for the may and |june rent free! Available trawl! roommate wanted $65 per month CLOTHES

month call 373-7775 (Ib-3t.l.s-p) Avail Fallll l summer or longer. (b-5t-144p) F roommate own room a-c $72.00 mo. + available June 1st within walking

newly remodeled 2 bdrm. apt, "over 50 brand new fall listings! I la artistic, liberal, responsible female 1-3 utilities prof senior or grad student. distance of dubs 377-8462 ask for DON'T FIT
small deposit will hold" Morle| 373-7167. (c-4t-143-p' ) steve or 372"9281 ask for terry )Kit-
spacious and unique air con., 175 roomate needed own room 67.50 _
Includes hot water 1st, last and Homes moth to util! call 373.5540 rachel (b' Two females wonted to share 1 of 2 145-p) _____ WE CAN
security, no pets or children 378- 4 bdr SW sect -bike UF "-I46-p) bedrooms at summit house. near female grad student or young

5195 (b-3t-145-p)_ 4 bdr SE sect Pots OK roommate needed fmr summer qt 3 shands; pool. from 615. $60+utilities professional to share great house ALTER
5 bdr 2 blks UF low rent Med Center $75+1-3 utll. 373-
Comfortable one bedroom apart blocks from campus large bd. apt Sheila 392-9801 Linda 378-3022 (c.... THEM
3 bdr NE, pets OKII I I 1604. ( )
ment 2 blocks from campus for 75+toU. call bob 378-5022 (b-21-144- I U3-p)___ c-3M45p
3bdr NW, BarBQ, patio
summer rent $110.00 call |ludy 373- 2 bdr 2 avail, NW sect. p) Mole or Female roomote wanted. two people needed to share a room FREE

2410 persistently and till one a.m.b4M45p 2 bdr Bike UF, Pets OK sublease large Ibd apt till aub 31 3 luxurious Plcodilly opts completely for summer In a super nice, cozy ESTIMATE1nibersit
( ) furnished, bedroom. apt. two blocks from campus. call i
blocks from campus ac carpet sky own no deposits.
1 bdrm In 3 bdrm house available Apts light semi furn 150 call 378.5022 (b' 377-7849 summer only. ask for paul. (c. 373.3638 (c-5t.l.s.p) __

June 15 June rent free good atm 4 $85 walk to UF 3M46-p) 51-I 43-p)____ ENJOY LIVING THIS SUMMER Mali hnp

blocks to uf $67mo+1-3+dep see $110 No utility bill NW sect. for rent n.e. bedroom with private ROOMMATE-OWN ROOM In attractive student needed for opt living, own !

donna or steve 1930 NW 4th ave (b 2 bdr 4 aviat. SW sect. bath and all or half a studio. Near mobile home. $50 per mo. 'plus Vi' bedroom. Country Village Apts. call 378-

2t-145-p)_ 1 bdr 3 avail NW sect duck pond. starting July 1. call bethor utilities, ph 378- 278. keep trying (c-5t- 9682 Cheopl' (t-3t-44-p! ) 1620 W. University

two bedroom furnished apt to sublet 2 bdr 5 avail NW sect. michael after 3:30. 376-0226 (b- 43-p)___ male grad student needs place to stay

during summer months with optionto 1 bdr 4 avail NE sect. SM46-p) roomote own room In 3 bdrm house 2 'fall quarter only. Prefer own room. Call
lease for year. Brandywlne apts 2 bdr 6 avail SE sect. 377-4506 evenings (c-5t-l44-p, )
Male roommate wanted to share a blocks from campus $60 mo + ,1-3 util. aILLl1o
call 373-6164 after 5 will bargain (bSt145p roomy one bedroom apartment for partially furnished call 378-6874 (c-5t- Female Needed to take over summer
United Real Estate Assoc. Inc.
) summer quarter at Hawailn Villageat U3-p)_ lease Place Apt $50,00 deposit $65,00 a

.' sublet for summer 2bd townhouseoak 113 Broker NE 16th Ave 377-6992 reasonable rates call 373-8915; roommate wanted for fall quarter own month call 377-8329 dinner time, (c-5l- @lID @ \

forest 220-mo unfurnished call (b-fr-145-p) apt 325 (b-5M46-p) room behind norman in spacious opt. 144-p)

3739342 pools, saunas and other One bedroom apt four blocks from please call lora at 373-5092 or debbie at Female Roommate, Entire Summer, $160to I
luxuries, available June 15 (b-3t- In campus. $130 a month starting June 373-9698 (c-5t-143-p)_ share 2 bdrm 2 both opt in Bran. .... -
2 females wanted for own
l.s-p) 15st 373.6153 dywine with 2 other girls, no lease near HEW tr USFD
place apts.$60 month thru sept. 20th. 407 nw apt-b. keep 2 female roommates needed for 2bdrn- .
roomates wanted for own rooms In per Lynn 392-9395 (c-5t-144-p' ) CO''I I '".50.IIILOAoiNC .
373,3490 or 378-6380 anytime. (b.2t- trying (b-3t-144p) 2both ot COUNTRY VILLAGE Avail. June campus ( ..'"'
sw section house 50 mth and share '15 for foil Furn. Coll 392- COsPONEN t
Option Nancy
1.s-p) Garage Apartment for Rent 3 Roommate to sublet Country _
utilities call paul 377-5497 (b-5t-145- ':: ::::
7748 (c-5t-143-p)
) roommate. Own room In 3 BR blocks from UF Campu.15O month GArden apt after June 13 for IU' -T1A81
p house. Walk to UFo $68f- 1-3 'for summer call 378-2044 or stop by HOME NEEDED. for foil bike to campus. summer. |tune rent FREE. $58 + '/. -SILL II.PAIII

IBr furn apt, ac to sublet. Walk or utilities. No lease. 377-4158 (O5t- 1321 NW 3rd Ave' (1b-2t-146-p) mellow people low rent _ntlot. I'mquiet utll. Call Dave or Herb after 5pm.
bike to UF. Avail June 15. $125 sloppy and bitchy. call Kendee 3777748. (C-5M46-P)
145 ) 2br. furn. $175 no pets availablelune ..
p 466-3340 'r0..w :
fall 1100 SW 8th Ave
summer opt. 15 option for fall bike to after 8 37 -9990 (e-54-)43-p)_ Wanted 1 or 2 females to share 2BR,
504 (Olympia' Apts) 376-0102 (b-5t-- sublease 2 rooms at the place apts. \ ....... .,.. ..
1.s-p) this summer for $40 a month apt 'In campus call 3734395 (b-St-146-p) 12. or 3 people to sublet country village 2bath Country Gardens Apt. for fall IIUwl..C. ou.

'A' bldg. by the pool call mark or One or two bedrooms In large house opt for summer own Ig room, o-c:, turn, Call Rebecca or Mary 378-8379
male roomate wanted available pool, low utilities, rent negotiable coil ANYTIME (C-3M44P)
left at 373-4289 (b-2t'145-p) best area of galnesvllle near duck
June 15 own room In 2 bdr. trailer pond 10 mln. bike to school $83 373-2670 or 377-8342 (c-5t-143-p)
42 .50 to free tv set to first person who
plus utilities near campus month & 1-3 utilities air cond 3741928 June rent free! Female roommates( ) for
373-24M keep trying (b-SM45-p) sublets luxury apartment Inbrandywln. (b-5M46-p) 2 bedroom furnished Summit House. IINIVKRSITY: (;ITY TRAVE1.AMMTRAKPLANESII : .
.. available June 12 for
Great deal: Mellow own room In Near Shonds-VA. Available June 15
person summer call 374-0532 need only 2 Must rent 1 BR Apt AC carpet
2 br house behind Norman Hall opt to people (b-2M45-p) beautiful wooded area 10 minutes reasonable toll Connie :373-1848 (c-5t-
rent house In foil 75.00 per man. Vi mil! _to 1.J..p)
from campus to month rent free W
avail Jun 1 :373-9704 sublet 2 br luxury apt $155. per
523 W. Av
month available Immediately, call 377-7858 hurry! O4t-144p) for sept,2 students need female rmmate University *.
Sub-lease Country Garden apt Vi June (or 2 If want to shore room)to live In 3 br
373-1354 maracaibo apts No. 54 (b- sublet for summer, 2 or 3 bdrm, Goinsvlll Ho. 32601
rent free with option to rent for fall. I 4M45-P garage apt.. furnished. 2 blocks house behind Norman. $82. far rm. 373- I

bedroom furnished dishwasher near from campus, $170 mo, come by.' 3097 or 373-9698: (c-5M43-p) 377-41226
med center 372-6854 :In.5.tI(\ It's always HAPPENING at THE
1016S.W.. 4th Ave. (b-5t-144-p)
'144-p)____ PLACE HURRY room availablefor
summer only $40 call Tim at 1 br apt furnished air con. near

tg cool turn I bdrm In quiet complex 373-4458 AC. SHAG, pool (b-2t-145- campus married couples $125 372- r' .

0253 near uf sublet thru JurvAug after $125 mo call 377- P)_ 1627 after $ weekdays all day I ) r 1IJ\ i r s : T l ) I i \ t i ; t ( f"' )'I "t
eve sol 5-31 378-9156 day weekends (b-4M44-p I V : l. j l ; j' : I I : 1 i
or eve (b-N-144-p) sublease 2 bdr. country gardensnear
waf- shands |tune 10-sept 1 Large Room-summer sublease-85-
large room far rent near campus for RENT NEGOTIABLE call m9642b5t.l.sp month Includes utilities. AC. closeto
summer In luxury trailer one person 65 campus. Prefer grad. student or
couple 100. Coll Carl 376-3499 (b3t144p ( )_ senior. Call Lee at 3765963. (b-2t JULIAN BOND 1

)_ large br apt sublease through sept 146-p)
15-tec. dep. paid last mo. paid,
roomate needed, sublet. 'Ibdm In 2 bdm
special summer
desperatebest offer 373-9739 (b-2t-
opt mole or female, own room, close to l.s-p) apts. 2bdrm. 1350,3 bdrm. $500 total "What's Next"
campus Summit House opt. call 378-5663 rent-June 20 thru sept. 1. $50 dep. 8:00: pm
For summer need 1 or 2 female
after 4pm (b-5t-143-p)
carpet, ac, pool. 378-1755 (b-2t-145-
roomates) by VA hospital 59.00 a
June rent free-turn 1 bdr. apt sublet month + '/ utilities country gar' pI' Graham Pond .. V ...,
available 15 till with fall ,
sept dens call 373-5452 jane or bernie (b- :
option ac. dishwasher $180 o month ph. 5t-l.s-p) WANTED I" Ih evenl 0'' UIN ,:-:': ... .

376.4738 after 5 brandywine (b-41-143. Mole roommate own bdr and both in 2 Mf Carty A.dltoflum \ 't; "'" .
'" ,
House for rent; 3 bdrms In.4 bdrm
P)__ bdr 2 both apt. oc pool fully furnished., ,
house AC, living room fireplace,
; $80 month June l-Sept 1.372-1863 I (c-5t- '
fenced yard, garage Only 3 blks to .." : ... :
I ,
142-p) FREE ..
campus Avail. June 15 377-5081 (b- '
2t-145p) One female roomote sep-un| lux.Wmdmeodows \ \:

SUPER BIKES, Inc. Large 2-bedroom_house for summer Appts, somewhat serious to all .. t \ \ -<\
1 people
rent. Two blocks from Library student toll Jenny 376-5099. (c-5t!-,142- ) \ ..
west. Call 378-7354. (b-2t-I.s-p) wanted 1 female roommate for fall \

roomate needed can be male or country gardens apt. call victoria ; .

iLI..w female to share 2bdrm house with 373-3832, after 7. (c.3t.I.s.p) RECEPTI.ON ,{{

,! liberal theatre and brodcastlng WANTED ELECTRIC BASS to Reitz Umon ; ... -
majors call 372-3175 after 6pm 1329 learn on. Negotiable. Call David, -

\ nw 6th st. (b-5t-I.s.p)_ evenings 378-5497. Also wanted: Room 122-123 f .

Large Room For Rent 12 by 14 ft In serious musicians! (c-5M45-p) ., :.' .
\ ,
nice house by mall move In may 1 Need two roommates for fall to -
I SjII1S0rf'" : "
take summer and or fall some share master bedroom In 3 ) Iv i ,
furniture 70+1.3 utilities Call 378- bedroom OaK Forest Apartment. \ \.. qUIIIVI'f'

10AM-6PM 6576 (b-2t-l.s-p) Sliding glass door onto balcony plus >ltv rollf'qp '- \ \i' ..
.. .
7 DAYS A WEEK sublet |une rent free 2 bedroom 2 walk-in closet and private Slwtr'flt Cnlllllll: ,; '."-...
....' '
bathroom. per i
bath on the pool hawailn village call .
3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D. soon 378-7842 $205. month (b-4M46- person. Call Sue 392-7738 (c'5t-145- twtltlllt'; of RLu: Cllltill" 'J' .. '$' ,; fSlIlIthplil .

P)_ P) CO/kHltllllfl1/ '; :..; '_.-. .. :- "

Sublease AVail June I HawaIIan Village Roommate for summer quarter. "- IFo.
Own In luxury apartment
room -
opts one bdrm unfurnished $165 per more ,nformotion ,
Gainesvilleslargest $91.25f half utilities renewable
mth. Call 378-5905 between 1-5 pm (h- t I
lease. 373-6118 camelot apts No. 204 U C CounCIl 391.1521 \
5M42-P) \
Indoor (c-5t.U5-p) Neol Marh '- "
to sublet for summer, furn. oc. \
opt. "
Flea Market 2 ROOMMATES for fall. Gator c
extras )40-mon.) 4 blocks from compos. \ \ '
wood. Clean, non-smokers. Bike to
377-6664 (b-5t-l43-p) ,-- campus. $65 mo.4. ut. Call \ "I "
Trailer for rent, 2bdrm, 1 Ibath 'and Vi Joanne 377-8390 anytime. (c.2t.145- 'l' ,

located ot Castlegote.' Coll 373-6353 P) \ ,,;" .. "

A, after 4pm (b-tOt-143-p) Single student or couple wanted for .\ :.". \

\ !Room to rent very close to UF also will, large room with fireplace In furnished 4

shore nice, cottage all conveniences nice, house. Begin |tune 15 pets

IcDanietlsea yard also need part time, help starting welcome $70pm call Ann 377-2937 i .
June I I' Call 373-2087 (b-5M44-p)_ )5t.I.sp)

Female roomate needed for summer to IMPORTANT! people needed to r 1 ,

Market share bedroom In two bedroom apt at sublet 2bdrm apt in The Pines, we w

I Brondywine. $60 mo. f ',< util. ac, pool. will except ANY OFFERS, very
l Call Dole ot 373-5546 (b.S-144-p) cheap, call after 3:30: 377-7488 (c-
3t 145-p)

---------" --------- 'TUNE KENT FEE person nee ed Ii'}"
I -. ICOUf: 0 |lELECTRONIC I [ .ublrt 2 bdrm opt ,n The Pines, .Tunur/ iI 1 .. 1 .

\ FREE living call after 3 30 377-7488 tot more a
. I
; i-r I ENGINE into i li ld-138-P)_____-_

.( j ANALYSIS WITH EACH I $25 to the person who helps us find the #

X place we rent. Couple looking for 1 or 2
I bedrm house duple or opt (not in

\ I -- 1952 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 I Ii Is comolei), walking, distance, to campus

It!top,, 377-0546 otter 5, (r-4;.'.3-p)

>. i y .*>? >. :* ,


ALLIGATOR v nit,lml.,p" idi(;podia, I1 II Eoiarr, ."etdiy

Stud Inl.rnollonol,M. Inc. College for Hypnosis In On City Area, large. golden GROW GILLS Scuba Clop starts summer PREPARATION COURSE near U.F 18
tern I97S announces Hi openIng fall brown mole dog with no toil or collar quarter, all equipment provided including hours, $35; course repreatoble free
CLASSIFIEDSWANTED medical Professional Ironing' ,In Please call Nancy 372-6813 buss 392- mask,fins. snorkel wetsuit tank, Store 1000 by the second try or your
hypnosis Bachelors and psychological 4031 regulator all air. BC, international money bock Call ((305)) 834-7466 (J-8T.
odmuon Start board degree required for i lost S keys on key ring near chem certification. by P.A.D.I.! textbook Our 99-P)

prof I. P.O. Box 01122))approved.. Miami, Fla.Non- eng 378069 ((1.21-14s I .p) new price S4S advanced registration Scuba daises starting .All scuba
before the end of
33101 Tel ((305)) 932.2233 ext 1365 (|_ LOST: Woman's elgin watch; blue spring quarter $35 call equipment provided sales' service.
WANTEDI \r.I27.p) face, silver band, Initials on back. Scuba Dynamic Exotic. Sports for further'' trips, rentals' air. Tom Aden (co-host
Reward call Gall 3736337. ((1'31-I info 377-8096 (m I2t 140-p) Wild kingdom on TV) Allen Aquatic 4 Q

GOLD SILVER Top price paid tor cloalringS. roomote wonted for summer qtr In 2 145.p) FIELD ROCKS Great for masonry Deliveryin trail Center. 3448 W Univ Ave 373-9233 J
.old 'Itwelry. etc congenital.. ; Col I bdr l 11'ih both townhouse olin h. pnBl DRAWBOUI-recycled antique, LOST REWARD offered for a nine G'ville $40 outside of G'ville $ 0 Call Imfr.t2fKl) 1

OlZIE 313.3894 (c-49t LOS-p) private bdr $105 mo. + '>, util,( call women'i children men't. cool clothing win- week old Weimeraner puppy she 4722103 Say you read it In The WIRED FOR SIGHT

dennis or dove 373.7777 (c.5t.141,pi dresses. gowns denim, gaberdine, was lost at VIII Apt. 2702. call Alligator! (m.3t-141-p) "The Eyeglass Super Mart"

Female Roomate genuine cotton recycled !eons $5 Roger or Glen at 377-2943. (I'3t.1A5. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F, 21 UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS j
luxurious needed for loosed at 17 nw 17th Sl. across from PJ) hours $70. Half of our students scored 300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480

espstttsl i Gardens Summer apartment In Country un v.. ita POll office upiloiri dramboulI Found gold wire rims In Alligatorcase over 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt (m-50-53-c)
:: only short walk (l j.9\\ 143. the second
I ) improvement by
p try or
to at Intersection of museum and your
'a :! J'f : or Dee center Call 377'4137 Jackie let north south drive. call 376.1482 (I I3t I. money bock. Attend first class free. no
: (c5tl46p) ut wash dry and fold your laundry for .146- ) obligation. Call ((305)) 854.7466. (m8T
VW BUS 1969 Great 23 Ib if you mention' 'this ad Norge p _._ 99.P) Charlie's Chickenis
., of L Mf.\ ..,.. Running laundry and
>> > Condition, $1000 or best offer MUST Dry Cleaner 2108 SW 13th SERVICESBe delivering
let us wash dry and fold for
.. .. ,; ::: t :t;: $1 %1 SELL NOWI) Call 377,9994 (c.St.144' St (| l0t-l43.p) 23 Ib if you mention this your ad laundry Norge
Pt) SAMMIE sure your reports, manuscripts,
!. Univ. Of LONDON Hove hairstyle and Cleaners
716W. ; Ave. a dissertations 8. Theses laundry Dry 210S SW 13thSt
are typed
'to suit' .
your personal .
377 2643 (tm 101 142
ty )
.3772643 X mature student for own br In 3 br 716 W Univerity Ave early Call 377-2235 or Debbie 377-
.L. apt oak forest fall.spring $107.mo + (i i.fr.I 140-e) 7806 or Sandi 377,5754 after 5pm or. TYPING EDITING Theses, Dsser
. .__ 1'3 util + etc. deposit + lastpaid mo /KARATE LESSONS weekends.' (m-5t-1 145.p) lotions Term Papers experienced fyp st,

call 373.7649 john (c'it.IM p) Small Classes $25 per mon Horses Boarded dressage rings.jumpslarge ma in engl sh. ibm selectric phone
SPARK PlUG need 3 (or 2 If own room) liberal 1215) NW 5th, Ave (off 13th St) Mon 'thru cool stalls.very close to wildlife 3/80547, (nv20t.107-p)

female roommates for fall, furn Sol. even 7te9' 378.7131 (|-2ot.108-p) preserve.fr endly and quiet'.$50mo, 481. I I.D. PHOTOS Mks

2br luxurious Gatorwood apt. $60 Wedding, Invitations, from 11.40 per 2026 much more (m-20t.143-p) .passports, resumes, and applications
each plus ""A utll. call Sue 377.7615 100. Two weeks dol very. Hundreds cf HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPlE ATTAIN GOALSBY natural lytle portraits; 377-0797 camera
(c.3t.146 p) styles ClIff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL work studio. 1219 W. Univ. Ave (m.201.

69MOST Wanted Used engllsh saddle priced 316.99511.fr.I05c/ )_ ABILITY.STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS 91-p)
according to qual ty. Call Barbara certain LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL I1 r ypunch'ng in my home. Fast. accurate' .
members 377-0992-1062
'3787334 (C.St.146 p1) graham 3rd floor Donald G. Pratt Director 373.3059 (m.fr- ne day service in most cases Call 472
are Unsatisfied
their 143-p) JOM i ocalm) ( 20t.137-p)
Two roommates want bedroom in present romantic situations. a
house. Willing to share the Limited No of applications are Still typing IBM Correcting Seleclric II call -
MODELSSEE bedroom. being Mary 372-1728 after 4. (m-6t-U3-pl)
Please call 377 8977 and accepted. those Interested
ask for Kathleen or Rose. (c-2t.146 should contact their social chair BINDING Unique service thes' books & r SUMMER TUTORIAL CLASSES
PJ) man (|11'21.145) lOurnals personal names call ENGLISH "If'

Female roommate wanted for fall coney grove bluegrass festival + BINDERY tor free. estimates. 373-8456 or I for mature, college-level students
ARTS KAWASAKI own room in 2 bdrm, 2 bath, cin city craftsmans fair'|une 13.15.advance 377 6260 (i" -25t '126 p)

apt $80 + I 1.3 util call 377-8111 (c. 3d/ ticket $10 write coney grove bx term papers typed 75c a page Ibm
600 N.E.: 23rd AVE. At-1.c6-p) 891 cordele ga 31015 (|-7tU5p) selectric or smith'corona 220 call I .
tom at 378.4137 evenings (m It-146
female roommate wanted summer 2 kitten found 5.27 Center for .
quarter, nice 2br ac, pool. summit wetlands call 392 2428 to Identify or PJ) I REMEDIAL MATHEMATICS
house near med ctr V, |tune rent will have to give away (|2tl45nc) REVERE CYCLE WORKS will box

free. 72 own rm or 60 share + 1.3 ut MUCH MORE that lust a place to your bike for shipment $4.00 Free
3735600 ( storage over break with
cStHAp) repair or
hang your hat, ,your own room & I
tune up. Also summer storage' For complete information call
bath In a really beautiful 4 BR
available. 521 W. University Ave.
house In NW section. Mellow I PERSONALIZED LEARNING LABS, Inc.
378.5756. (m-6t 146 p)
Challenge Florida caster roommates Over an acre of land
seal camp Is hiring counselors to lotsa trees outside; with photo TALL OAK STABLE is temporarilyclose JL 377-7561.

work with handicapped campers darkroom t studio, real wood and .for.approximately 2 weeks: ..Ar
this summer experience In camping brick Inside. Just $90'month + ''Ia (m It 146 p)

in camping and working with util. for summer (with fall option).
handicapped Is desired but not CALL 377 5232 NOWI (1I'4t-145-p| )
essential. dedication and enthusiasm .
"True loss is for him whose days
ARE essential call Brian
have been spent In utter Ignoranceof
Richardson at 9043834711 all day
his true self." Baha'I I Writings
FederalTHE frl and sat After sat write
Guaranty camp
For information on Baha'I I Faith, S
challenge route 1 sorrento fl 32776e2t146p
BEST PLACE TO SAVE write: Baha'I UF, Rm 300, Reitz
( )
Union (|.It'146'p)_
port time positions neat appearance Whats the difference between a ctf
night work three to four days per week Champ & a chump? TWO RUNS
apply palm lanes 2606 ne waldo rd (eSM43P .
BITCHI! PPT 12 tep 11 (|-It'146-c)
Will anyone seeing the accident
Wanted: staff for ymca camp McConnell Involving a blue Torino parked
HUGH EDWARDS Miconopy Fla resident camp. Aquatics against the fence at the sewage !
director (WSI), Counselors Horseback plant across eng. call 378.2008 ((1 j,3t146p .
REALTY INC. instructors male and female call 466- )_
3587 (e-5H43-p I ) _
; r/s
wanted'person with van going northto
WANTED Houseman for sorority take some furniture and boxes to
Cleaning minor repairs; yard work Penna call 372-1935 (4t146p| )
Now through July. Your choice of 1"l"
Fantastic Opportunity. Save $20.00on
hours. $2.00 per hour 376,4368 (e2t
Peugeot UOI until June 16.

REALTORFIGHT AUTOS University Ave (|I'6t-I46'cl)

living love was It lust a dream
72 Olds Deha 88 Royol: 2 dr ht,wh w bI thanks for a warm wild wonderful

vinyl' top pull power, oc, am-Im, new weekend I love you all question-
steel radials: excellent condition, $2.500 )
dad. (|I'lt.146.p
Coll Bill J92-1265 (g.7t.I4WWe ( ) _

,INFLATION I buy good clean used car. MILLER LOST&FOUND
BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW 13 Si, (g-I6t-
Found on W. Umy Ave near 28th 5. Young
1361 1
LAKE ALTO femolo Inch, letter with cope togs. 376-4446-
ESTATES '69 VW, good condition, must sell
Away from the city. Two graduating, $72500 or best offer, call 'M s Bell
miles south of Waldo off Tom at 377-7727 (g-4t.I43-p1) -
U.S. 301 on: St. Rd. 325 Found ol Sunday Concert three weeks
. 4 lug tires: Laramie High Performance old female puppy. Since he Is
Lot 25, owner anxious to D70.14(2)( ) slotted separated from her mother the needs asubtfitute
sell Extra nice 2 BR1 Bath wheels; 2 H3wstd< wheels Iii to nurse from. Call Theresa
12 $30.00 all 4. 5th Ave. at the comer of 12th St
x 56 Knox mobile home, hubcaps 14"$70 00.13" ; any lime 378-7872 ((1.5f.IA3-nc1 I ) -
'large screened awning $!!.oo.: 3771374 ((9-2t'145-p) f_ _

patio, carport, utility shed. 'M Chevy Impala Custom V.8 all
central lot. heat a A.C 83' x 127' power needs some work $600 or. j '

best offer. Call Pat at 373-3638. (g
Price lltSOa.M 3t'145p) -

Lot If, Move In by July. 6S Sprite Good Condition $525 Firm,
spacious 2 BIt 2 Bath 12x63 Must see to believe Call Buck 373
Parkwood, completely 4730 (flit'145'p)

furnished, utility shed STEAL THESflHONOA 750. 71, recent wk. thpIace"is
wiSher I dryer. Lot IT x $1095 Z.28((1969)) Restored value $2000
127' .
$600.olotne IV + V MG A, S ports 1:7
Price..$.$$ .. mist 377-4577 (Q-21-IU pi) ;

Lot 44 1971 Mach I mustang bright red
Ready for condo air
automatic V* 351. ewellenl '
60 corner Rivera lot,2 BR 1 Bath it needs repair, $1950 or belt offer 371- I. ,

Will awning patio 9m (g.3.IU-p1! ) -

option consider to bu,.,renting with Ply. cricket.a-c, radio hiS only' not big enough

SMMMisi 23.000 miles need money, must sellqulckly. ,
call Larry at 3)717 or
Lot 26. Buy .s un- 373-1271.11500 call after 6:00.: (g.Jt. for everyone !;; y

furniShed 12 tc 64 Skyline. ;F
I.T. .
Nice :
terms wooded lot ExcellentPriced 14,69)PERSONAL -. 1Io':M': ,

to be certain of FaH
",2st." COED'i facial hair removed per.nianently now occupancy.
Call Edmund Dwyer \
electrologist over 20 years eicperlence ,

Abeve Call 372-8039 (I-fr-I I I07
Mobile Hennes are allcork. If ore pregnant and you need help < ', .
/ you .. .Master TV Antenna Dishwasher 'I .
"rlc. IIICIudes 377-4947 (j I-2
let wVcore. Coli birthright
boatin Nfl'. county. & Park with far l28-p) 1 PI .Pool, Sauna. .laundry Facili) 's
Hsbng.372.IU1 .
GUARANTEED All month parking $1500 tr
$4000 at Color Pork. or
Summer qtt HOURS
you con pork all day for SO. Net to 1231 s.W. 3rd AT-BU : r ''/

CAlL "'\ tol or on 13 St. (jl-$1.14+P) MON. FRI. >10 I /M. to 5 PM. ,f.

New Arrivals White Slag Speedo
372-A2U bathing suds Safari shorts 6 PfBookpock

ftuth ......1eeItr 1M. Join m. Unl" of lie hiking 372-3557 Some of the frie>ndll.tt pex>pU In ColnetvilU
Alien' a )
club S Aquatic J'i ,L
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v.v.: .. ...33: 1,1-.t- __



Arriba Caribes rio UF baseball team 87By


MARK JOHNSON what walks will do for you" exhibition' with the Gator they never relinquished."No letters across the front and much sympathy for.. Cuban"'':
Alligator Sports Writer No, the voice did not belongto baseball team sporting a 30- existel It doesn't the Cuban flag sewn on the teams then. -
Gator righthander Wilkie coach Dave Fuller or Jay game win streak and an 18- exist!" Mario Cartaya right shoulder. Many of the "This year it's been 'a lot
Smith peered into the catcher, Bergman, but to team run per game average. shouted after the game. players wear baseball pants better. When we got togetherto
wheeled back, and lofted a manager Calvin Stephens.The THE SPANISII chatter was "There does not exist a team and socks as well, and most form one team, we decided
high, lazy pitch which game was Softball, not loud and lively as Kemberto that can beat us! That is our everyone has his own pair of that if they were going to beatus
bounced just beyond home baseball, and the team was a Sibran came up in hopes of team motto. We will cleats. they were going to have to
plate for ball four. group of Cuban UP students keeping the sixth inning rally challenge any team on "WE PUT our hearts intoit really beat us."
The walk was the second of who call themselves the alive. With the two dozen campus for a keg of beer to ; that's why we put our flagson
the inning for Smith followinga Caribes Caribeans, en Caribe fans huddled togetherin prove it." our uniforms," Caribes' Despite the spirited
leadoff.single, and now the Ingles? anticipation, Sibran Indeed, if spirit alone could manager Monola Reyes said. competition on Thursday,
bases were loaded with The Caribes were the men's delivered a game-tying singleto win ball games, the Caribes "Before we had the' team, both teams shook hands and
nobody out."THIS independent Softball right-center field. MiguelDel would be up for the world there were two or three Cuban shared some laughs after the
HAS been our champions this spring, as they Aguila followed with a championship. Each player' teams, and sometimes we game. As the Caribes would
problem all year," a disgusted were last spring and summer, sacrifice fly to left, and the sports a team jersey, ,with ''were getting knivings and say, prejudice and hatred "noexiste"
onlooker sighed. "See?This is and they went into Thursday's Caribes had a 8-7 lead which "Cuba" stitched in cursive things like that. There wasn't .

I L Florida The Independent Alligator I SPORTS ...

Po9. 14 Friday,May 30,1975

..' Roberts hurts but

Freeman aets 17' I ro


By RICK ADELMAN happy. That thing has eluded me for weeks.
Assistant Sports Editor For the last eight weeks, I've jumped 16'6" or
1 167". '

Dave Roberts didn't even get the op-
portunity to break hil own world record last Freeman failed in three attempts at 176V4"
night at Percy Field. but he said it's only a matter of time before he
The 24-year-old UF graduate student, who clears that height.
set the present record of 18'6%" at the "I'M LOOKING for 17'6" or 17'8" real
Florida Relays in March, pulled a leg muscle soon," Freeman added."I just wanted to get
during warm-up and was unable to compete. 17' before the NCAA's."
"MY LEFT calf muscle starting crampingwhile Freeman will be one of four Gators who will I
I was running down the strip and it just make the trip to Provo, Utah on June 5th to
kept on going." said Roberts. "I can walk on compete in the nationals.
it but I can't put any pressure on the leg." Roberts, meanwhile, said the pulled calf
But the sizeable crowd which had turnedout muscle'could keep him out of action for "two a
in anticipation of a new record was not or three weeks". The Florida Track Club ... j,
totally disappointed as UF.'s Will Freemanput (FTC)member had been training for the AAU photo by andy n.wman '
on a little show of his,own. championships which will be staged in DAVE ROBERTS CONTEMPLATES LEG INJURY
The three time Southeastern ConferenceSEC Eugene, Oregon on June 20th. pulled muscle forced pole vaulter out of competitionState's
( ) champion cleared. 17' for the first timein Roberts, Freeman, and John Hochuli of the
his life. FTC were the only participants in the special Phares Rolle failed to show up. Square Garden when Californian Steve Smith*
"I WAS surprised because it was such a event as Mike Cotton, national junior college The world professional indoor record fell cleared 1 185". Smith bettered his own record ,
rotten jump," said Freeman.: "But I boy; am I champion, Manny Weatherly, and Florida Wednesday night in New York's Madison, of,18'4"" I
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'ROBERT KAPLAN Kretsher, a transfer-student from East Michigan who!,*
Alligator CorrespondentTwo competed for the Gators this past season. Hochuli also 1 I;
receives lessons every day by observing world record-holder ,;
Gator tricksters feel that, despite a rather dismal Dave Roberts, Roberts competes for the Florida Track Club
outdoor season Coach Jimmy Carnes has very little to worry along with Hochulio "Just being able to watch a vaulter as:
about. good as Robert's is'an education in itself." said Hochuli. .
Two former Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) tracksterswith Hochuli's former teammate at (OU), Ric Mcintosh, feels
very impressive credentials will join UFs track team this Hochuli will definitely be UPs top vaulter next year
coming fall.JOHN "Hochuli will clear 17 feet easy and then his reputation will,!
HOCHULI and Ric Mcintosh come to Gator begin to grow," said Mcintosh. ;::.
Country via transfer from the MAC. During the past nine Hochuli has two years of eligibility left at UF. r
months both athletes have been waiting in the wings becauseof MCINTOSH, ALSO a transfer-student from OU Is a '211
ineligiblity. ., .... year-old javelin thrower. At OU Mcintosh was rated number'f
An NCAA rule barring athletes from 12 months of active I two in the MAC. He placed second to teammate Rick';,'
participation has effected both men. This rule applies to Doswell, the former Canadian Olympian.
transfer-students and prohibits ,them from competing. 1 in Hochuli and Mcintosh join ranks with another former ',
NCAA meets. MAC trackster Tom Doerr who was the 1973 MAC 440 high,',
During their past yeas of ineligiblity both athletes have hurdles champion. .<' :
been competing for the Florida Track: Club. Hochuli is Doerr". a .21 year-old Journalism major transferred from
already considered the number one vaulter on 'the varsity Miami of Ohio.. In competion for the Gator Track: team this
xy although he has yet to compete one for them. season Doerr clocked a 51:6: second 440 high hurdles.
HE has already clearedl&7"which is better than any markin DOERR SAID HIS improvement has come quite rapidly. .'
Gator history. Hochuli, a transfer student ,from Ohio "In high school) I never won anything. The only time I,:.
.. University (OU)is a former! New York State high school pole. competed in the finals of anything was as a member of a mile; ,
\ vaulting champion. relay team." How does he account for his rapid improvement?
\ Hochuli aspires to compete in the Olympics in Montreal "A lot of hard work, good coaching and luck." *
next year.To qualify for the Olympics one must be among the All three express deep admiration for Carnes and now feel*
a' 'top three finalists in the Olympic Trials held in,Bakersfield, it's their responsibility to perform for him. <
California next June. To compete in the trials a pole,vaulter "He's a super guy," said Doerr. .
photo By only newman" must clear 17 feet after May JO, 1975 in an accredited meet. Mcintosh nodded in agreement and added, "He helped
.. OHIO UNIVERSITY TRANSFER JOHN HOCHUU Hochuli feels 17 feet is within reach."I out a great deal down here and he really didn't have to do
.. feel good enough to clear 17 feet and I've Hochuli made it unanimous
.hopes to compete In 1976 Olympics come awfully :"Everyone wants to go usj'
close. ? school down here Jimmy has a tough time handling all

i '1 ,. HOCHULI CREDITS much of his r success, to teammate> ,. Ed incoming prospects,but he has treated us very fair." .- '':

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When You Think of Diamonds
Think ofC' Horton one of four UF

women to get grantsThe

I women's swimmingand ;, 'With these ,two women we
golf teams have awarded I: will have added relay depth
two> scholarships apiece. t to i I and all-around soundness on
lour UF athletes. our 'team."
Louise Tozer a butterfly r
specialist from Ormond[ The University of Miami,,
Beach ha., and Meredith, currently the national
McKenna a breaststroke and I champs, dealt the Ladj
-treestyle specialist from West Gators their first 'dual meet
Palm, will join.the Gatolquad. : defeat since 1971 this last!
r season The Lady GatoiL
UF JUNIOR DONNA swimmers finished with a 5-1
HORTON and Beverly Davis., season.
of Jacksonville will both, HORTON TRANSFERRED -
receive grant-in.aids to the., this year from the
Lady Gator golf squad. University of North Carolina
According to UF swim,I Greensboro, and has already,
coach Sue Halfacre, the two,I led the Lady Gators to three.. DONNA HORTON
swimmers will be tremendous 5, first place team honors and .gets scholarshipFlorida
assets to the team. lour individual titles this yeargood .
"We have a very I I The. 21yearold. con from a four-year -Q;
squad now but we need solid I I sidered by many to be the best institution which offered a
dependable depth to 'go> collegiate golfer in thas e:, golf program. This is a
.against powerhouses such ,. country,was unable to receive: regulation of the Associationof
...THERE'S MORE TO A DIAMOND "' Intercollegiate Athletics for
THAN DAZZLE the University of. Miami financial aid this :past yell
diamond explained the coach addin gDawkins,., because ,she: transferred I Women (ALAW). the
True quality Is determined by governing body for women'sathletics.
four factors. CARAT weight..,which denotes size .
and not the quality of the diamond. Lady Gator coach Ryan
CUT..,brings out the fire and sparkle. silent had high praise for'Horton.
COLOR.,captures the spectrum of the rainbow. "She's an excellent golfer
And CLARITY.We'll be happy to explain about plans and she'll just keep getting
all these factors...come "C" for yourself. better and better. She has a
>.29 Ct. TW $300.00 Set good solid game. and is ableto
for futureHigh course.use "her head out on the

Gainesville's Diamond CenterwJJ school basketball star Darryl Dawkins. highly In 1974 Davis won the
recruited by UF head coach John Lotz is still keeping Jacksonville Amateur and the
quiet. as to his plan's for the future. State PGA Championshiptitles.
"I'd rather not Sly. Dawkins answered when asked of She was the runnerupin
his plans. the 1973 and 1974 State
There were indications, however that the Orlando Junior Championship, and
Evans high school player would let his hardship ap- placed third in the PGA
plication to the National Basketball Association (NBA) Junior World Cham-
In The Gainesville Mall Phone ,stand. pionships. Davis qualified for

Gainesville Florida 37644310 Dawkins had to call the NBA before 2 p.m.: :Wednesday. 'the USGA Women's Amateurand
-.24 hours before the draft to keep his amateur status.. the USGA Junior
Chamninnshin in.0. 1974.

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