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, -By BRIAN JONES "THE LAST HALF of the year will have to be better than senate and house budgets.
, Alligator Staff WriterIn average" in supplying revenue dollars to keep the budget Within hours after the budget workers ironed the last I
from being cut back in mid-year as was done this year wrinkles out of the.spending bill, early Friday morning, both
,flurry of last-minute pencil pushing the Florida Saunders said.Education houses quickly approved it.LASTMINUTE.
a from kindergarten through graduate school __...._ _.._......" 1rl U_." -
Legislature Friday finished work on a state budget for next
year. stood apart with health and welfare services as the only state
programs to get bigger budgets than last year.,.
University system officials called higher education's
ap- All other state budget cuts, and for the first
programs! got
proximately$360 million share of the$4.5 billion state budget
time since the 1940s, the total state smaller '
"adequate." budget was by 1"'+ 4 ', ', nasftse
$12.2 million-than it was the previous year.,
Although the university'system's total budget has not yet MONEY FROM federal revenue sharing made the increases -
been divided among the nine state universities, UF's share. is in education possible House appropriations Com-
expected to be about 27 per cent or$90 million. mittee member. Bill Andrews D-Gainesville said Sunday.
UF's J. Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute for
!Employe pay hikes 'very doubtful' before next, Food and Agricultural Sciences also got about 6 per cent
Christmas. more"money than ,they spend last year.
-Sen. Bob Saunders In addition a much needed special allocation for the UF
law school was included in the conference budget.
SENATE and house conferees agreed to increase the THE ALLOCATION, approximately $185,000 was one of
universities' general education dollars by about $14.5 million the UF administration's high priority items for this year. .+ :
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a six per cent increase over this year's total spending.' The money will be used to continue a special tax and L
The budget, however contains no money for state employepay graduate program stated last year.
raises, despite rising inflation. Robert Bryan, vice president for academic affairs had
State University System Chancellor-designate E.T. York expressed concern (hat the funds to keep the program going
said he thinks the legislature may meet in special session later might have to come out of the school's general allocation if .,. .
this year to boost employes' pay because "certainly by mid- not specially granted by the legislature.HE .
fall, there should be an economic upturn." ESTIMATED approximately five positions would haveto
A SPEED-UP in Florida's economy would'funnel more come out of the Educational and General budget to fund
money into state revenue'to be used for pay hikes. the program for which commitments to faculty had already
Senate Ways ,and Means Committee Chairman Bob been made. ,
Saunders D-Gainesville, called'any pay hikes "very doubt- Senate and house conferees completed work on the -.tf r s
tul" before next Christmas however. mammoth budget in a last-minute frenzy late Thursday night
t Saunders said he expects state revenue to fall below the and early Friday morning.
stimates included in the budget for the first six months of the ,Saunders and Andrews, among others, dashed from one DICKERING
year.. ,end of the Capitol! to. the other reconciling. ,differences between Universities budget ironed out

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PATTI ROTH "sleep deprivation 'episodes" are not yet you can't sleep at least three or four hours, it
Alligator Staff Writer known. White said.PSYCHOLOGICAL. is better if you don't sleep at all.
n EFFECTS OF SLEEP Most people after sleeping one hour are in
Staying up tonight? deprivation are "much greater" than their deepest stage of sleep. Bonnet said.' If
With finals right around the corner,,many physiological,effects, he said. awakened then, the person feels "groggy
students will find themselves, sacrificing sleep' Michael Bonnet psychology graduate miserable and only wants to sleep again."
t time t for study time this week as t they' "pull all-, student, revealed. "You expect to feel bad If you decide to sleep for three hours the
"Y6 JF JLE nighters. (hen you haven't slept)." ,best times are about 2 to 5 a.m. or 3 to 6 a.m.,
THE' EFFECTS' OF SLEEP Motivation is an important influence on a Bonnet said.GENERALLY.
DEPRIVATION vary among individuals but .person's ability to stay awake and his abilityto IT IS HARDEST to stay
research has revealed some general conclusions perform. White said. awake at this time and performance is the
concerning sleep and the lack' of it* TO HELP STAY AWAKE during the poorest he,said-,
"Sleep is a powerful innate drive" Dr. night hours when you' are normally asleep, This is because body temperature reachesits
Royce White, psychology graduate student White and Bonnet, both specializing in sleep low point during the middle of normal
said. .. :research suggest> the following for those who sleeping time. For most students this is about

The longer you stay awake, the more, in- '"don't already have. routine that works for 4 a.m., he explained.If .
'sistant,jour body becomes in trying to.force' sleep-deprived when taking a test
sleep, he said. them.Take, several breaks. Instead of making concentrate on the test lor J 15 minutes then
+ LACK OF SLEEP affects performance by jour work into one long.task make it a series take a minute break. White suggested. At this
decreasing concentration? 'span. White said,}11}:, of, short tasks. time,., get a drink or,just close your eyes and
and the concentration span decreases as"'the'f Move around, take a' walk get a drink. stretch.
amount of sleep deprivation increases. Activity arouses an individual. SOME STUDENTS, IN EFFORT to stay
Studies show that The'average person is not Don't study on your bed. Sit up on a chair awake drink endless cups of coffee pop No
,. ,affected phjsiologtcalllby? ".sleep ,deprivation! that is "not 'too comfortable." Doz tablets, or consume: other products
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: The Egyptian spokesman Sadat
Austria (UPI!) President ternoon.
Ford and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat However, Sadat appeared clearly pleased to wants is peace action and is not particular
A K agreed Sunday in this alpine resort to do b,: dealing with Ford rather than U.S. about which diplomatic form a Geneva
3rPRESIDENT evetything possible to bring peace to the Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, whose conference or shuttle diplomacy is used.

middle east, and then settle down to hard shuttle diplomacy attempt to reach an Israeli- "Egypt will not allow any technicality of
decisions on how to do it. Egyptian interim settlement collapsed in diplomacy to stifle the momentum toward
"Both presidents are convinced that March. ," Beshir said.
everything shouuld be done to make practical Ford and Sadat walked down the steps of peace
progress toward peace," Joseph, Sisco, undersecretary the Residenz after their hour aad 30-minute An important result emerging from the
of state for political affair told conference Sunday afternoon. And Sisco told Sunday talks in the picturesque Residenz aod
reporters after the first of two days of crucial newsmen the two Presidents did most of the lunch in the Schloss fuschl was the apparently
conferences,by the two leaders. talking rather than leaving it to Kissinger or cordial ease with which the two Presidents got
Sisco said Ford and Sadat were discussingsuch Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi. along.
options as driving for an interim Israeli "We accept the dedication of Dr. Kissingerto
Egyptian agreement, an overall settlement move for peace. But what is needed now is The setting was ideal. Ford and Sadat
between Israel and her Arab neighbors, or a some concrete efforts by Israel so he won't talked at a 45-foot table which Adolf Hitler
Geneva peace conference of all the parties. need too much shuttle the next time" had ordered for his nearby Berchtesgaden
Beshir told a alpine retreat and lunch was held in the
a Indications from the Residenz, the 400- Egyptian spokesman Tahseen
FORD year-old state palace set aside for the first news conference. Hansel and Gretel atmosphere of the Schloss
meeting of the two leaders, were that the pair "We always welcome the effort of Fusch, which Nazi Foreign Minister Joachimvon
I productive talks with Egypt's Sadat used as a World War II
Ribbentrop
the
also welcome moving on
had gotten down to specifics but had agreedto Kissinger, we we
say little until the talks end Monday af Middle East crisis on a higherlevel.. he said., hideaway.



monday/ Gas to go up up 14-15 cents : ZarbWASHINGTON


/capsule
(UPI!) Federal Energy AdministratorFrank 53 cents a gallon, 70 cents would be a realistic estimate of
Zarb said Sunday a gallon of gasoline will cost about 70 the gallon price of gasoline under the Ford plan for decontrolling
cents under the administration's energy proposals."Our prices and raising taxes.
American program is one which would increase (the price of) all An energy bill pending in the House would add 23 cents in
group helps the products in the crude barrel," Zarb said. taxes to gas prices in 1977 unless consumption drops to 1973-
74 levels.
"The average increase would be about 10 cents, with interview (ABC's Issues and Answers
Zarb said in a televised
reunite Viet refugees gasoline going up 14 or IS cents and other products 6 to 8 would
) the impact of the gas hike be softened by tax
cents. Calculate 14 or IS cents and add it to your current price .
breaks under Ford's proposal.Zarb
LEVITTOWN. Pa.(UPI-A Vietnamese mother of five at and that's about where you'll come up:" confirmed reports last week that the Federal Energy

the Ft. Chaffee Ark., refugee camp had given up hope of ever Zarb agreed that with the average price of gasoline now at Administration has devised a standby gasoline rationing plan.
seeing her husband again. But a barrage of ham radio
communications located him, and the couple is reunited.
The radio network was established by the Vietnamese
American Refugee Association (VARA), a nationwide groupof

American men married to Vietnamese women are trying to CIA Mafia Cuba help :
get their wives' families out of Vietnam. got exspySACRAMENTO

Bob Bentz, a VARA co-founder, said the group heard the
woman thought her husband had been killed during the
Communist takeover of South Vietnam. VARA relayed ham Calif. (UPI) Three Mafia mobsters that doesn't mean* it didn't happen. I won't deny it, but I
radio messages last week to other refugee camps and learned funneled information to the Central Intelligence Agency don't remember anything like that..

her husband was living at Camp Pendleton, Calif. (CIA) used to, prepare the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion of The unidentified former CIA agent said in the last half of
Bentz, 34, has been unable to get his in-laws out of Viet Cuba in 1961, the Sacramento Bee reported Sunday.The 1960 the Pennsylvania Mafia boss, two members of the New
nam. He hasn't heard from his wife's family for several weeks, accusation was made by an unidentified former CIA York Mafia family and a fourth crime world figure began
but while awaiting word, he is working out of his home tryingto agent, who told the Bee that in return for the data the Mafia supplying the CIA with intelligence they ostensibly were
help the Vietnamese refugees adjust to America. men would have been allowed to recover money they left receiving from inside Cuba.
Bentz lined up an amateur radio operator, Bill Zaehring, of behind when Fidel Castro took control of the country and to
levittown who sends the messages. "There is a similarity in reopen their Cuban casinos-if the invasion succeeded. The information supposedly pinpointed troop and naval
names and Americans are unfamiliar ,with Vietnamese The former\ agent said Lawrence Houston retired general vessel positions and reported that many of the people of
names" he said. "In some cases, we have sent the Vietnamese counsel' of the CIA received the information from the three Havana were unsympathetic to Castro and would almost
identification number to the camp but that hasn't helped Mafia members and one of their associates. certainly rise up in support of a counter-revolutionary force
because they aren't listed by it." Houston told the Bee "I do not recollect such a thing, but once it had established a beachhead.

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Professors recommend UF censure removedBy




LINDA WISNIEWSKI The Jones case was "settled satisfactorily" by UFs offer to
Alligator Staff Writer purchase a S6.000 set of books involving academic freedomand sEGEORGE

civil rights, Smith said.
A,resolution recommending removal of UF's censure by the The books, purchased last year by UF, have been donatedto
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) was the Spessard Holland Law Library, Smith said. Inscribed in
approved Friday by the local AAUP executive committee. the books are the names of six UF law professors who were
UF has been on the AAUP censure;list since 1971. Jones' attornies. he said.
THE RESOLUTION must now be approved by the
THE LOCAL AAUP CHAPTER'S recommendation that
national AAUP chapter before UF's censure will be removed
censure be removed is based on the "expectation" that UF
local AAUP President David Smith said.
"continue to settle reasonably" the case of Dr. George
A decision on whether or not to lift UPs censure will be
Cornwall former UF forestry professor, Smith said.
made when national AAUP members meet in Washington He added, to the best of his knowledge, $7,500 was offered
D.C. June 5 Smith said.
on to Cornwell by UF; however. "Cornwell finds it unsatisfactoryand
"My expectation is that censure will,be removed" when the "
the university does not want to go beyond that (sum).
national chapter meets he said. According to Dr. Richard Him, the local: AAUP executive
JORDAN ,E. KURLAND, national AAUP association committee, of which he is a member, has not determined if
general) secretary, said he "was not free ,to say" if UPs the $7,500 settlement is a "reasonable offer."
censure by AAUP will be lifted when the association meets HOWEVER, THE LOCAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

this week. implied the$7,500 figure is "not'quite yet in the ballpark" by
Kurland admitted he "has a prediction" concerning the inserting the word "expectation" in the resolution.
national chapter's decision, but he refused to reveal it. Hiers said in his "personal judgment" any amount between
'The local AAUP chapter recommended UF's censure be '
$20,000 and $40.000 which represents nearly two yean
lifted because policies concerning academic freedom and salary'- is a "reasonable offer" from UF in the Cornwellcase.
tenure "now havebeen revised. to conform to basic AAUP .
standards," Smith said.. The $7,500 settlement is totally? unrealistic," Cornwell said.
UF ALSO HAS "resolved 'or is resolving' to the

satisfaction of the local AAUP chapter,the"bulk" lawsuits "MY LEGAL EXPENSES ARE TWICE that (amount)," f"u' r" .
concerning former UF professors who claimed: their academic, he said, adding the minimum offer he will accept is two yean' CORNWELL

freedom and tenure rights have been'violated, Smith said. salary which "would be in the area of $30,000 or $35,000." .'no formal offer made by' UF
Examples of such cases include: Councille: Blye former UF According to Cornwell, "there's been no formal offer made
English professor and Marshall Jones, a former UF professorof by the University" to compensate for any legal expenses and WHAT'S HAPPENING.POLITICAL .
medicine now teaching' Pennsylvania State University. salary losses he incurred during his suit.
Blye was offered one year's salary-approximately $11,000 Cornwell said he and his attorney, Michael Bryant, received '
to compensate for financial losses he incurred during his information "through word of mouth" that a case settlement' SCIENCE Pi Sigma Alpha, an honorary
political science society, will meet today at 3:30: p.m. at the
court case Smith said. of $7,500 had been agreed upon between Kurland and UF
"THE FACT THAT BLYE rejected the offer" leaves the President Robert Q. Marston in "a conversationtypestatement. Rathskellar.
Blye case to the courts rather than UF, he said.Claims. ." HAIR CARES UF Engineering Dames will meet at Irish'sHair
House, 6900 SW Archer Road on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
to discuss hair care. For further information contact Patti L
Timmons at 373-3887,
suggestions in effectMarston.'didn't
CHILDREN'S GARDENi The grand opening of the
Children's Garden and Learning Center takes place today
from 7:30: a.m., to 5:30: p.m. at 2130 NW 31st Avenue. For
veto resolutionBy further information contact Linda McNeill at 373-4794
Marilyn Turner at 378-8208 or Steven Kemp at 373-4794.
HIKING The Hiking Club will meet tonight at 8 in the Smith
House. The hike out West this summer will be discussed. For
STUART EMMRICH the measure. further information contact Bruce Marshall at 378-5975.
Alligator Staff Writer One of the areas in the resolution was the recommendationthat BARNACLE BUSTERS The Barnacle busters Club will

the search for a new vice chancellor for academic affairs meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Oak Forest Recreation Hall at
UF President Robert Q. Marston said he decided not to be discontinued.
3301 SW 13th ,Street., A training session on, ocean diving.
forward to the State University System,(SUS) chancellor a Marston said the search has already been suspended and decompression review and general diving skills will be given.
resolution passed by the University Senate, but did not 'veto it. there has been no decision whether one should be hired now. All interested divers are welcome to attend. For further information -
In a letter sent Friday to Gardiner Myers; chairman of the Marston also pointed out the freeze on administrative contact G.E. Ryschkewitch at 392-0545 (days) or
senate Professional Standards and 'Relations Committee, positons was already in effect.'BOR 372-8775 (evenings).
Marston said he was not sending theresolution because its
suggestions were already in effect.
THE RESOLUTION, passed by the senate in April considersThe athletic monies,
recommended that any cutbacks in positions ought to be

administered equally between faculty and administrators. Board of Regents, meeting today in Ft. Lauderdale, is University System Chancellor-designate E.T. York and UF
It also said any available funds ought to be based first to scheduled to consider a new rule requiring university athletic President Robert Q. Marston have been,working to overturn.
. hire teachers, particularly in areas "most critically damaged." departments to "make'it on their own" financially.The Also on the regents' agenda today is a list'of changes in
Marston, who has the final say in any action taken by the proposal would prohibit universities from using any tenure policy designed to eliminate from the rules language
senate, said he "supported all parts" of the resolution but "
general education dollars or profits from any non-athletic "which might be interpreted as biased.
was'not sending it to SUS Chancellor-designate E.T. York auxilary services- such as bookstores or food services- for The regents also are scheduled to vote on continuing a
because he already "publically announced ,his and the Boardof .
athletic expenses.TM policy which allows community college transfer students full
Regents concurrence with the sense of the resolution." regents are not expected to review their recently university, credit ,for hours earned through College Level

REPORTS in the area media last week said Marston 'vetoed enacted mandatory summer enrollment policy, which State Entrance Program (CLEP) tests.








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primitive, miserable violent! I and, full of between the Colonnade Hush Puppies
despair.: Warren Beatty, in perhaps 'the and,duck pond Cole slaw,
4:30 to Plus, music by the Iced tea
most absorbing role of his career, stars as 7oop.m
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the grizzled! small-time gambler whose NOTE: $2.00

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stars as are providing a series of orientation sessions designed to aid anyone planning a trip to
,? ,who coerces him Into, ,setting her.up In Europ.this summer. The sessions will! provide practical Information and travel hints as well as a
business and splitting the profits. Directed basic Introduction to some European languages.
by Robert Altman. Monday June 2 Session. lilt free'ttna-

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The director of award-winning P.K. Yong<

Laboratory School will recommend today I
which four positions should not be filled next
\
; year to meet a required $50,000 budget cut
: Dr. J.B. Hodges director of the school,, i
: recently chosen the most progressive

laboratory school in the country said he could

Kt 41A I l i:4: not make the recommendations public until
UF College of Education Dean Bert Sharp
and Vice President for Academic: Affairs

Robert Bryan approve them.

HOWEVER, BRYAN said the $50.000
P.K. Yonge is being asked to give up will be
V rechanneled to the UF College of Education.
Hodges said no programs would be cut
from the school's curriculum but some would
have to be curtailed slightly to meet the

trimmed expense budget.In ROBERT BRYAN
the past the Board of Regents budgeted
'each UF college a\ certain sum for faculty describes fund rechannelling

positions and money for operating expenses. school experimental l at first improved

THIS YEAR'S NEW concept of lump-sum participating students' reading rates 25 per
funding will change this process somewhat; cent after nine'weekslIodges claimed.
the College of Education will be given funding "WE DID THIS FOR two reasons. First. if
from the legislature with no directions on how you label a child as needing 'remedial' help
to use it. you tend to block the problem.
The college, in effect, has permission to use' "Second, everyone needs to improve,"
$50,000 extra for salaries and expenses. Hodges said.Hodges .
"We thought that since P.K. had suffered also pointed to the P.K. Yonge
from the freeze but never from reduction in method of teaching 'science as another innovative

forces, that it could tighten up for a year and concept.
help (the College of) Education," Bryan said. "FOR THREE YEARS, we teach conceptsof
"WE THOUGH P.K. could withstand the science, not disciplines." he explained."We .
reduction better than the College of don't teach chemistry, then physics, then
Education could withstand not regaining biology the next year. We take a concept and
resources," he commented. relate many fields to it."
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P.K. Yonge, funded by the state as part of The school was voted first in the countrynot
UF performs three purposes, Hodges said. only on its progressive curriculum but
photo by George kochanioc Ir "In 1970, we were given this new role (as a "how effective lab schools were that had
Jeff CASTALINE laboratory school) and. no new funds," he updated their programs in the last few years,"
... 10'l l i did it.to show that I was a Gator.: said.. Hodges*said.Eaton.

'"WE STILL HAD TO I maintain an excellent

program, continue as a laboratory for
Parachute jump costly teacher education and provide a facility for picks

the university community to do childhood
research," Hodges explained.P.K. .
SG cabinetBy
CastalineBy Yonge charges no tuition for the
spirited grades kindergarten 12th grade students it

teaches., Admission is by a formula which DEBBIE ERICKSON
FRANK RINELLA CASTALINE SAID HE'DIDNT know at follows state breakdowns of race, sex and Alligator Staff writer
Alligator Staff Writer the time of the jump that the stunt was illegal. family income.
"Had I known I wouldn't have made the Hodges said this representative student Student Body President Jim Eaton

When Jeff Castaline parachuted into jump. I didn't clear it through the proper group is necessary for valid research.OF nominated students to fill 22 of 25 Student
Florida Field, minutes before the Florida channels because there wasn't time between THE 55 TEACHERS at P.K. Yonge, 33 Government (SG) cabinet positions last week.
Auburn football game last year he wasn't when I decided to make the jump and the are paid less than they would earn at an Student Body Vice President Dan Lobeck
thinking of the various laws he was breaking time I made it," Castaline said. Alachua County school, Hodges said. said all cabinet nominees must be interviewedby
or about the fines that he would get. :Castaline said there was very little dancer in He stressed the research function of the the Information and Investigation
"I 1 did it to show that I was a Gator," the way he made the jump. 'classroom teacher as one of the biggest attractions ,Committee and approved by the Student
Castaline. 2UC said.. When Castaline landed on the north 40- despite the lower salary. Senate before taking office. .
THE DISPLAY of school spirit cost yard-line he was approached by a state "When they (the teachers) encounter a FOLLOWING IS A LIST of I cabinet''
Castaline $250 in fines, a pair of prescription trooper who was on the sideline. need, they must identify the problem and positions and nominees: Consumer Affairs,
"
sunglasses and the plane fare. 'He asked me who had authorized the develop an idea to solve it. Hedges said. Vicky Lamdeth Academic' Affair Bill
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"All totaled, it cost me about $345." jump and. I told him the J.C. (Castaline's "Then we help"test the method to see if 'it Jenkins; Community Affairs, Steve Thiesse;

Castaline said.However initials) Para-club. He took it as the Jaycees really did help. Transportation, Sue Connelly; Housing, Gary
: .he added, he doesn't regret .thejump. and called 'u'p Ray ;Graves, (UF athletic THE ADOPTED GRANDPARENTprogram -Gunter;' Health Laura MacDonald; In*,
director) in the pressbox to ask what shouldbe is an example a system to get surance Mark Jordan.
"I'D DO IT again if I could do it legally. done Graves jokingly'' asked if I had a children'to develop basic: skills and enjoy. the Legal Affairs Ken Ofgang; Lobbying. John
the parachutist said. ticket. didn't so I had to leave the stadium,"' process, Hodges said. Baric; Athletics Tad Ensslin; Corn'municatk
Castaline was approached by the' Federal Castaline said "They do writing and .artwork for their ns, Mike Fullerton; Interior
Aviation Administration (FAA) about, amonth "SO I WENT back, to my dorm and grandparents' at the local convalescent Bernard Valleta; Student Affairs Jackie Hill;
after the jump and was told he faced. watched the game on TV and drank beer." he home," he said.A Student Services Eddie Sawyer; Finance. Jeff

up to $5.000 in tines. said. reading program extending into high Feldman; Legislative Affairs, Jon Winchester
"I don't know why they decided on the $250 Public '
Functions Mike Pappantonio;
,tine" he said.CASTALINE. University Committees,' Demery;
Cheat charges Marge
BROKE five regulations droppedAn Married Students. Dennis Nebel; Minority
doing his stunt and was fined $50 for each of
Students, Eugene Way; .Veter ns'AtTain'wUlbe
,them. appointed this week. .
"The FAA said it was, the tint case of unspecified number of charges brought she case have been nol prossed, meaning
Harry Bosman nominated for Com
someone jumping into a football field since during the fall cheating scandal have been they have been placed on, the active file and munity liaison officer was Lobeckaid..Bosrnanmu
they enacted laws three years ago forbidding dropped by the Honor Court according to UF will be investigated further Petersen said. t attend all and : commission
city
landings without a 300-foot clearance from Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen. Attorney General Mike Worral will be in county
meetings and will receive of $320 a
people" Castaline said. Petersen would, not say how many students chargs of the widening investigations, a salary _
"I have to pay $25 a month for I 10.months,". were involved saying only that "some" Petersen said.Petersen city year and from SG and $500 a year from both- '. the

Castaline said. "They had to fine me so that if charges were dropped because "there was not has also appointed Dick Webb asa county commissions
Hill
anybody does it in the future there will be a enough evidence to sustain .the charges" or special investigator to handle new cheating editor Dwight was chosen consumer guide SG
and 'chosen'
.fining." "not enough evidence to win the trial," .-.easesjbeing} : brought before the .' Lex Dyal was
prece"nt.for Honor
Coiirt'
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Bj STUART EMMRICH criminal procedures to administrative

Alligator Staff Writer hearings as one reason why the Honor court!
may be more effective.
:- During its 61 years on the UF campus the The shift away from criminal proceedings:

Honor Court has been the object of con- <", to the more informal ones is expected to make
tinuing controversy and frequent "\ the Honor Court easier for the students and
examinations into its effectiveness. t. i "" faculty to work with and easier to convict the
; However none of those years is likely to be :" '; 'to :"P', ,i,i'ii1.f'" guilty.
as severe a test of the Honor Court -and the ::0;<', "'" .'' :" : / )' (, Bryan called the task force study "a
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System as the next one. : /; ,; ,o '"c" "" tremendous step forward. I think we made a
THE HONOR COURT, which mainly tries ry lot of progress."
student cheaters is itself on trial for a year. : THE RECOMMENDATIONS from Bryan
Although UF President Robert Q. Marston ; and Sandeen have encountered no serious

will not officially announce the fate of'the .. -:":?fw'vs"u. ; ,% r: '. opposition yet, and unless some new
Honor Court until Tuesday he is expected to : criticisms come up at next Tuesday's staff

grant a yearlong trial period for the Honor ,, i meeting with the UF vice presidents Marston
Court to prove it can ,work. ,, I should approve the report.
And Honor Court Chancellor Bryon Marston has already indicated his supportof
Petersen although he claims there is no ,, < i';" the proposals, except for a recom-
"pressure" on him, admits the task might bea ; mendation that cheaters be faced with a
difficult one. "" """ ,,, public reprimand if found guilty.
THE HONOR COURThas been the subjectof .,' Marston has stated he will not decide on
a sx-" onth study by a special task force / that question until the courts have ruled on
which released its final study the end of winter whether the Honor Court proceedings should
quarter. / be held in open session. .
Since that time,the task force report which I A COURT SUIT BROUGHT against UF
included recommendations for abolition of I ..... by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF
the present court and the creation, of a / law student Judy Collins argues the hearings
faculty-student Honor Council, has been should be opened under Florida's "Sunshinelaw.
through two public hearings with students ."
and faculty.It No decision: has been reached on that case
has also been sent to various student ,
groups, the Student and University senates yet.Honor Court proceedings have been secret
and undergone close scrutiny by Dr. Robert HONOR COURT and the names of convicted offenders kept
Bryan, vice president for academic affairs as It was In the I960's under wraps, since 1931. '
and Arthur Sandeen. vice president for THE TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS -
student affairs.REACTIONS. are the latest in a series of
WERE FAVORABLE to intensive studies into the effectiveness of the
almost all of the recommended reforms 61-year-old Honor Court.A .
"I want to create closer: ties between myselfand cannot be forced.to become a part of the
except one placing faculty on the now special study group was established in
the administration to prove we can work Honor Court, said it was more important to
student-run court.Opposition 1970 under former UF President .
Stephen
together, Petersen said. convince them it was "a credible institution.
came most strongly from O'Connell to examine the Honor Court.

Petersen who met with administrators several Instead of putting faculty on the Honor "Their liaison committee can come in and The study came after the University
times including once with Marston last week Court as active members Petersen suggested report back 'that (the Honor Court) works," Squires a student group released a report
to protest that change. creating a "faculty liaison" committee to Petersen confidently predicted. that the Honor Code was not followed by most
Petersen also joined with other Student advise the Honor Court and report to the students and the Honor Court was to blame
Government leaden to crystallize opposition. administration.HIS Bryan acknowledged the recommendationsto for "failing to educate the university community -
Petersen said his biggest objection to Marston for a year trial period was a concerning the Honor System."
putting faculty on the Honor Court was that it SUGGESTION HAS the support of "compromise" between task force members NO MAJOR CHANGES in the Honor
would. set a "bad precedent" for SG. Bryan and Sandeen who incorporated it into who felt faculty should be on the juries and Court came out of the study however.
"My biggest concern is that if you put their final recommendation to Marston. students who opposed any interference.BUT The Honor System was also put to a straw

, faculty members in SG, it is not a student In their recommendation to Marston. HE EXPLAINED the main objectivewas ballot vote by the students in 1969, but came
government any longer," Petersen explained. out a 2 to 1 victor.ThenHonor .
Bryan and Sandeen, said the five-member to have faculty "regain trust and contidence" *
"And if the Honor' Court doesn't work Court Chancellor Craig
committee would advise the Honor
faculty in the court so they will be more
putting two faculty members on it is not goingto Court for a year and then report back to cooperative in cheating trials. Lawrence admitted the Honor System was not
change anything," he added. Manton the experiment.If working perfectly but said "it is the most
on
PETERSEN SAID MORE effective means "If we can get the faculty to have trust in it, effective system possible."
of increasing confidence in the Honor Court the experiment does not work the then it can continue. Six years later, Honor Court Chancellor
would be through "orientation (of new recommendation suggests the faculty-student "We thought we would work this for.a year Petersen is still trying to prove that point,
students), publicity and encouragement from Honor Council be instituted. and see what happens," Bryan said. facing the possibility he may be the last
Marston. PETERSEN, EXPLAINING FACULTY BRYAN POINTED TO the change from chancellor of the student court if he fails.'


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;;,y t'et ;dkij! i : Alligator LINDA W1SNIEWSKI Staff Writer


t ns I ] re':, A decision made by the Department of
Health. Education and Welfare' (HEW) has
the president of the Career Service Employes iw'', ."'1
'.01I.CSEFtemporarily( ) out of a job '\\\\i'\\ '

..8 C I ; t (;! QUg: 1 t *:. '" and The up'controversy in-arms'. *began; in March when :.: ,; \ :,

,: CSEF President Dale Stratford learned her i:".
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UPWARD' BOUND IS a federal program
PRa @ t designed to create educational opportunitiesfor
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underprivileged high school students. "

According to Upward Bound Director .1.4'i'f;'
G.W. Mingo, Stratford's position was ter-
minated because the HEW office in Atlanta,
which funds Upward Bound along with UF
required a reduction in Upward Bound
administrative positions so more could
money
JULIAN BOND"What's go into the teaching end of the program. ...
Stratford sees it differently. DALE STRATFORD

STRATFORD TERMED HER firing temporarily dismissed
"totally unnecessary" because HEW only
wanted to reorganize the Upward Bound staff,
Next"T by requiring more personnel to work'with Stratford's position as staff assistant was an
students in the program. administrative position because the
""We were headed in that direction" since classification of,staff members. "varies from
all members of Upward Bound's "top heavy. institution to.institution."
S I staff' were. already required to work. with Stratford will still "have no problem in
onight8:00 1 : pm students, Stratford said. getting a job" when her position if officially
Stratford also maintained her position as terminated in July UF Personnel Director
Graham Pond/ staff assistant was not. an administrative Robert, Buttonsaid...
position. Stratford can either "bump" someone else
,MINGO DECLINED to say if Stratford's .in a similar: position who has less senioritythan
111 thp f Vf:11: t ()I r "If"M position is an administrative. one, she has or use her transfer rights as a
rCdrt "ft.I'fIjJn. ) \ Stratford has served as Upward Bound Career Service Employee to transfer into a
staff assistant for the past six.years. vacant staff assistant position: at UF.,Button
'The HEW Atlanta office "asked fdr' a
said.ALTHOUGH
reorganization (of Upward Bound administrative STRATFORD :SAID she
Reception 1 positions) as such/* .HEW would not file suit against Mingo.'her.lawyer
education: specialist Frances Bryant said. Sidney L. Matthew! said they "will seek relief
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MINGO, AS UPWARD BOUND director,' however we:can get. it..
Reitz Union 1 I has the'power to''"reorganize"' Upward Bound Matthew said the relief they would seek'
"as he Sees fit," Bryant said. "may be a clarification of administrative-
Bryant refused to say if Mingo's power policy in the UF Office of Administrative
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Room included the authority to eliminate ad- Affairs concerning the administration of
ministrative positions although she did ,say HEW grants."
Mingo was "responsible for the' ad- Stratford's position is financed through
ministration of the program which entailsdoing '"soft" or grant money and she could not be
whatever is needed" to carry out his tr.ansferred.to a.similar position In Upward
duties as Upward Bound director. Bound ,because'of HEW's requirement that
..... & ., '. Mingo also refused to say what his powersas the extra money generated by the reduction of
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.... 't BRYANT SAID SHE "did not know" if teaching, end of the program.Button, said.
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,... \u".: .. Alligator Staff Writer text, describes himself as "offended by the
) letter." He phoned Lobeck and :"made several
Faculty members who receive royalties suggestions ,on how the- situation might be
,. ." from texts they assign to their classes: 'will be approached with some semblence tact."
'. targets ofa campaign by the Student DURLING SUGGESTED INSTEAD of
\. ..)""' Government Department of Consumer Af Lobeck's idea of distributing the coins duringa

,,', fairs.High class a'' scholarship loan fund be
"" : on the department's agenda will be an' :established to 'which faculty could donate
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... ; their royalties students who are required to According: to Durfing, Lobeck's response tothe
use their books Dan Lobeck, UF' student suggestion was es. but we'vegot to do
-. body vice president said. something this quarter.:
I ACCORDING TO LOBECK, the faculty However.. the :campaign was not carried
'h royalty issue involves a conflict of interest through because I the Department of .Consumer -
'j. !It .. ,I which "people have ignored for too long." Affairs experienced internal personnel
Lobeck said the effort has received added turnovers and became overloaded'with. other
\ t" .impetus, now that Board of Regents Chan.. projects according to Lobeck.:
Ji:! cellor Robert Mautz.has publicly termed the LOBECK SAID THE thrust of the renewed
situation a conflict of interest and,expressed campaign will be -to-, induce_ professors to
r for return royalties to the students rather than to
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." .... : .... This campaign was first initiated last fall by a scholarship fund or to the State University
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.r' //' '. then-Secretary of Consumer .Affairs Lobeck) system as proposed by Mautz.
.. # .' w who mailed a letter to every.. professor "I 1 would prefer the students get the money
requiring his students to use his own book. back directly," Lobeck said.
THE LETTER REQUESTED, these' Durling, who:"called .Lobeck's proposal ''a
professors to return their royahies, to-'their "dumb idea,"' said "1 would not cooperate if''

., students before the end of,the quarter.. it involved bringing a sack full.of coins- to the
tFr V1MV If a professor failed to respond to the letter classroom." -
orrefused refund royalties,the letter stated, However ,Durling conceded'\' 'he would.
his, name; would be forwarded: 'to The cooperate if the consensus of faculty opinion
Alligator. : : ..was to go along:with the idea and."if that was.,
Dr.. Allen ,Durling. a UF professor' of the extent. of the program"' '.. ,
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When a faculty member at Arizona Western

College recently turned up on that school's deans
list, he caused more than a few upturned

eyebrows.

Since the two year college offered no graduate ed ron ESnmu drlmn NewDeal! '"'
courses, officials were hard put to explain how a
teacher could appear on the honors list.
Investigation later showed that four instructorshad
enrolled in their own classes in order to collectGI

Bill benefits. One teacher, in a classic case of
conflict of interest, gave himself all A's.
A much more subtle conflict of interest case
came to light here last week when the local chapterof
the American Association of University
Professors (AAUP) voted to recommend UF's
removal from that organizations national censure

list.UF
was placed on that list in 1971 because
several former faculty members had filed suits

against the university for violating Academic

Freedom and Tenure regulations. Today,. two of

these suits remain unsettled, those of former ..
forestry school professor Dr. George Cornwell and
former English teacher Councille Blye.
The AAUP recommendation was made with the "
"expectation" that the Cornwell case will be :: >
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resolved, though the $7,500 settlement offered by ,". Want a f

UF is a far cry from the $30,000 or more Cornwell ..- .. .,'
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Which leaves Blye out in the cold.
Fired three after three male students For as long as 1 can remember I have considered myself an But there is a more dangerous type fountain. This one is the
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years ago expert in the field of drinking fountains. Always, fountains .retarded type. When you try to quench your thirst you end up
accused him of making homosexual advances have been my faithFULL companions wherever I may ven washing your hair,your chin, or your ear because the spray is
toward them, Blye has been fighting for rein- arbitrarily directed.A .
statement ever since. ture.Somehow, for some reason I am always thirsty. Maybe it's related style is the fire hydrant fountain. This one will
The AAUP added Blye's case to their list after from habit. I believe it is. But irregardless I feel I have seen always wash some part of you (usually the inside of your nose)
they determined his firing was untimely and (used) more drinking fountains be they sometimes the same because it sprays a four-foot gyser when left unchecked.
without one over and over than ANYONE in this hemisphere. ...
adequate grounds.
WHAT I AM saying is I have the highest water fountain
Last December UF President Robert Q. usage rate. It is on this basis I go further. The drinking JAMES BANGMA
Marston offered to settle the Blye case for $11,000or fountain world, just like every other part of our modern
about one year's pay. Blye refused the sum, society must be analyzed and catalogued.This GUEST COLUMNIST
contending he was innocent of the charges. realm of life is surprisingly diversified. There are
fountains that are tall, short, hot and cold. The cold ones are
Despite Blye's refusal, local chapter president delicious.

David Smith told the national AAUP chapter the There are doubles(a tall and a short together) and I've even
offer was reasonable, contingent however on an seen a triple. There are old and new gushers ones that require THERE ARE OTIIER factors present in this world of the
acknowledgement letter from Marston to Blye that cups (U I,hate them), and unkept ones that have fungi all over modern oasis (like taste) but now 1 would like to. mention the
BASIC pointers in evaluating fountain.
the university and AAUP standards and The most important ,factors are your the spray (arc height and
procedures were not followed' in some aspects of thickness of stream), the temperature ((40-50( degrees
the firing.No Farenheit is best) and the tastelessness. '
such letter was ever written, but now Smith l SATIREtheir ) Other general factors are overall physical appearance of the
claims the letter was not deemed crucial, but was fountain, accessibility and who drank out of it before you. (A
word to the unhealthy: Though I seldom get sick it is my firm
in That the offer made
negotiable. was
seemsto beief! fountains
propagate disease). In sum the mechanicaloasis
be enough for the local AAUP even though Blye nozzles. Many are right-handed some left-handed,a few is a dynamic part of everyone's life so why not understand
has refused it and the university has not deep dished. Metal or wood ones skinny ones and even it better. .
acknowledged their wrongdoing in the handling of constantly running ones exist. I GET A LIFT whenever I meet a good fountain I haven'tmet
the matter.It WE MUST NOT forget the broken ones. You know you lately and it gives me a needed quench.My .
seems ironic that the vote comes only a month spot the fountain and are anticipating a fluid delight and the real reason for writing this spiel is so someone will fix
frigid thing refuses to usher no matter. how .you force the the fountain in third floor Larsen Hall east end. If it gets
after the UF Department of Health, Educationand handle. fixed (it's a hot one)this efTort will have been justified.
Welfare announced it is reopening an earlier

investigation into whether Blye's firing was basedon .
racial discrimination. Ron Cunningham David tael" ,.

Conflict of interest? Maybe not,. unless you The Independent Editor-ln.ChI.f 1 gEdltot.

consider the vote comes at a time when the AAUPis :.. .j Gary Balanoff .. ,.' David Bnhom
competing to become the collective bargaining Florida Alli. .gator 4 'Assoclate Edito \ ,', t. yout Editor

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effect of the censure is almost negligible, lifting it (j.'l' u"II'. ,;;:ttI::,+ ,,1 ;' Mindlkelmon Jody Carlin
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Board of Regents, and will do nothing to hurt the 1t.A.'Tony' kendzior. .r. .. .. w . ., .. . . ..rG.n.rolManager ,. .. ..ty; .. '
AAUP's chances. James V Cook . .'. .. ... ...i... .. . ... . .... ..'.....stantvwn.ra I Manager .M. P\iblished yea;IIiJI" '_', "by..
The fact remains that nothing has changed in Mrs. Evelyn Best. .:',' .Administrative AssIstant :t. {I' .', '.
Anne Malphurs . . .. .;. .' .. ... . . ... i' . . .Bookke.pe trrmiHr: t\ (' f, l1In'.h"if."j l If''''''' III"e.
the Blye case to j justify lifting the censure. We hope :; : : : ,: \ .. ..... : .
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when they meet in June to consider the McGee J,. . . :. . :: . . . . . . .j Advertising Manag.r \lOtion,Goinesville.: Florida with
recom Donna Lubrano . . . . . . . . . . .Adv.rtlslng Coordinator offices behind the College Inn.
mendation.By ..-.V Harper . .:" . ,. . . ..'.''".. . .Special I I Sections Coordinotor 1728 W... IJr'IJv.i' .WMue: '
lifting the censure the AAUP is in effect Lynda Homier. . . .'.'. .'. .. ,i '....".....':.,. .Advertising Production Manager 6usinss Office phon.i'"37616... ; '
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giving ? Jiro" Esposito .. ,0.. .,'. .:'. .. .. .'..'. . . ... .'. .Eitorial! I Production Manager Advertising" .on cI.I Production- --
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EDITOR At the end of April, I wrote to The Alligator about
safe cycling on the UF campus. In the letter I detailed some of
the problems bicyclists must face when they ride in traffic.
And I said cycling survival means observing the law, using
common sense and staying cool until motorists accept the '1. J) .. ,
bicycle as an equal in traffic, and city planners provide for '@p.o
bikeways where they're needed.IN 0
MAY, AUF Med student, Donald R. Callihan, repliedto
my letter in The Alligator, saying I had missed the reality of
the bicycle problem. He said he "guessed" I was "sitting at a

comfortable desk admiring the statistics on tickets given out 0'1 .. .
by University Police Department" when, I wrote the letter ,It to!. ..'
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about Operation
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And Callihan said if I would "get out of my soft chair and o .
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bicycle around the campus and city," I would find that no one "t .. ::
has any regard for the others right of way. "', a, ::
Callihan then proceeded to recap in his own words exactly
what I, had previously outlined as the bicycle problem. r ar
Callihan must have thought it was necessary to challenge the
opinion of someone with a title in order to draw attention to
his own ideas. And apparently thinking the UPD Information
Officer to be some kind of soft-seated bureaucrat, leveled his
argumentum ad hominem at me.
ORDINARILY I would not respond to a personal attack
such as his but it seems people are constantly greeting me
with "GET SERIOUS MR. SHULER, WHY DON'T YOU I /:
GET OUT ON A BICYCLE." G.
If Callihan had done his homework he would have known
that I am not a fat-bottomed policy-pusher in a,soft chair
gloating over statistics. don't understandfacts
1 am in fact a student. I sit behind a typewriter, not a Sociologists
comfortable desk, and I ride a bicycle to classes and work. I 1
wrote about cyclists being squeezed into curbs, run off narrow
roads public and relations slapped manual.on the back from experience. Not out of a and theories of evolution

AND NO MATTER who quotes statistics, raking my name '
over the editorial pages is not going to change the fact that EDITORi A brief reply to Dr. Leonard Beeghley's letter is to acknowledge the principles of sociality contributed by
five bicyclists lost their lives in Gainesville traffic accidentslast appropriate. First, it is unfortunate that Beeghley has to social biologists such as R.D. Alexander W.D. Hamilton and
year. resort to an extremely self-righteous attitude, arrogance, and R.L. Trivers.A f
The bicycle situation is a difficult problem to approachfrom an attempt to belittle me, in order to get his points across. FEW SOCIAL scientists (e.g. D.T. Campbell), however,
any direction. We're trying to stop accidents now by More important, however, I find it discouraging that some have made an effort to incorporate contemporary
making cyclists aware of the law. When answers cannot come of today's sociologists have no understanding of evolutionary evolutionary biology into their interpretations of human
quickly from other sources, the existence of a program like fact and theory and place no importance on the understanding behavior. A recent paper by W. Hodos and C.B.G. Campbellasks
Operation Life speaks for itself. of evolutionary phenomena in the interpretationof the question "Why is there no general theory in.comparative
the behavior of their subjects of study, i.e. human beings. psychology?"
Jim Shuler SOCIAL SCIENTISTS are concerned with some of the The answer of these authors is that animal psychologistshave
.. Public Information Officer most important problems facing man today,. i.e. human been unable or unwilling to apply evolutionary fact and
.' .tom.;.H 1 UPD agression and war, overpopulation, educational systems, theory to their findings.
international politics, etc. An understanding of man's More recently, M.E. Bitterman in a paper published in
evoluationary history is critical for solving all.these problems. Science provides a similar answer to the same question by
I Funk I Some social scientists, however, refuse to view man's attributes stating that much ,of psychological research has been
replies in terms of how they might contribute to the survival dominated by a theory which denies that learning is Subject to
of individuals possessing such characteristics. evolutionary modification. Social scientists will continue to
EDITORi I take note of Smaller sections would All attributes of human behavior were acquired over lack a meaningful general theory for social behavior in
Dr. Norman Market's indeed be desirable. I hope evolutionary time because they worked better in all the humans as long as they refuse to interpret their findings in
statement in The Alligator that history professors do varying conditions under which our ancestors lived. terms of man's evolutionary history.
May 19 about 600 studentsin ask students to take notes, Beeghley mentions that the biological and social sciencesare
history classes. It is but there is no 'en not united in their interpretations of social behavior. At Dr. Randy Thornhill
correct that the introductory couragement by this present this is true because most social scientists have failed Department of Entomology

course around(HY U.S.600 245-46)studentsper history) attracts department anything by:' you can to to"do get Free classes or free concerts? 'r I

quarter, but these are Arthur 1 L. FunkChairman EDITOR At a time when we are faced with tuition increasesand found them to be entertaining. However, I believe it would be
divided into sections rarely faculty cutbacks it seems unreasonable for Student more practical to charge students at least a small fee to enjoy
running over 160. Department of History Government to provide free concerts and movies on campus.I these entertainers and movies and to allocate the extra fundsto
have attended many SG-sponsored activities and haves academic needs such as graduate assistants and research
grants.
THE MAJOR question here is this: Are we here for an
education or to attend concerts? If the latter is true,'perhapswe
6UT IT UR fllI should pay for the concerts and attend (free classes.
Within a three week period there were three free movies
OUT shown on campus. These included, "The Way We Were,"
1 "The Last Detail," and "American Graffiti." We have also
enjoyed the entertainment of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Jimmy Buffet, and Chick Corea on the Union's North Lawn.
I'm sure these funds could,have helped with the college's
financial problems even if they would only help to replacesome
i of the books stolen from the library. In these times of
4 financial: difficulty we should not be spending our money so
foolishly.|
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the spring 40 senators are) elected to CTD.
EDITOR'S NOTE ThIs Is the second a represent the 15 UF colleges and schools,.with C '\' .,.,. .'
three-part series of UF Student Governmentand apportionment specified In the constitution. ;::::?" ;
Its functions. These senators are seated 10 days following cz "8 ,,.
their election and serve a one-year term with Y.' ,;.
The UP Student Body Constitution was eligibility for reelection: CD, ,: '" ..
written with the ideal of a.system of checks ,Qualifications for senate membership' :"
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;and balances. require each candidate to be a UF student S 1!
The Student Senate comprises the have a cumulative grade point average of at H
legislative branch of this system checking the least 2.0. and be in residence in the living area CJ1 i6L
powers of the executive and judicial branches' or college which he represent: No senator CD
However the senate, and SG as a whole may hold another elective or appointive office.In .
cannot balance the power of the UF'ad.. addition to the 80 elective senators the
ministration.The senate has a president and a president pro Univ. Ave. Black Arts Display June 2-10
UF president can veto any senate bill tempore.
and the senate cannot override his veto.' The president presides at all senate
In addition the UF administration can meetings. -
invalidate 'any SG action. The president' pro tern presides .in the I _
4. "We (SG) can do almost anything." 'absence of the president, and succeeds the
Student Senate President Art Aspinwall said president in the event of his death resignationor
though he concedes SG can serve only in an removal. .
"advisory capacity" in ,the.area of academic Both are elected by a majority of the senate, I
affairs and,curriculum. following seating of new'senators in the fall
Beginning in 1969 for example the senate and spring. The president only votes to break
pushed for the abolition of the language ties.The
requirement in the College of Artsand senate president receives an annual
Sciences but was soundly defeated by the UF salary of $1,200.
administration and faculty. .' The primary, responsibility of;the senate is
One reason Aspinwall cites for the badpublic the "control and disbursement of Student
image of the senate, and .SG is past 'Body funds,' according to the constitution.This .
partisanship when party lines several! years year the Activity and Service. ,Fee
ago led to "open warfare" between the Advisory Committee '(ASFAC).. whose
executive'and legislative branches., allocations,are submitted for senate approval.
'This will not.be.the case 'with the new 'has allocated SG $517,372 ,from approximately '
administration. Aspinwall said. S2.5 million appropriated from
"This year there will be an extreme degreeof student activity'and service fees.
cooperation: between the two branches, This money is budgeted by the senate and
Aspinwall said; adding ''he. Student Body 'allocated among such groups as the Cuban G B OVR g Nr .
President Jim Eaton, and Treasurer Caleb Student Federation and the ,EnvironmentalAction I G .'
Grimes will sit down each day to maintain "Group and- to such programs. I as
communication and exchange information.In Accent and the Course and Teacher
the senate, Aspinwall said he' is pleasedto Evaluation. e-

see the collapse of party lines after the Funds are also distributed for SG administration 5th Ave., at the comer of 12th. St.
elections are over. intramural sports Lake I
"They ((the senators) look at the merits of Wauberg maintenance and SG Programs.
I. the bills" and do not blindly vote according to The budget is considered and Approved :
any party policy Aspinwall said. each spring f\NCf "
However. parties are beneficial during the, Most of the senate's business involves the IS THE r
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elections because "they force you to create. allocation of this money.- .
platform:! and implement that platform." 'A ,special requeSt' fund is maintained to '
according to Aspinwall. provide for groups who during the year find : G VER ? : ,
Parties are also necessary for, purely they need additional money, not' already COLl :! .
financial and strategic reasons during'elections budgeted to them.* ,

Aspinwall said adding parties The senate grants' :charters, ,to. .campus ,
promote the rise of"stars," which is SG slang, organizations: as Florida Blue, Key and l> '.< I'
for a student politician..who: has gained a the National Organization for Women., .
public reputation and risen through the ranksof Constitutional, criteria for' chartered .";:.( :
SG leadership. organizations are that: it be deemed
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Although he admitted'many senators make "necessary to the proper:functioning.of the ; .
little, if any effort to inform students of SG government or the general well being of the. ..".....- .... !

issues.and activities. "students are also''at Student Body." ',. .
fault.; Aspinwall said. Amendments to :such charters" may' be ':,.., ,
,Students do not make an effort .to find out initiated. granted amended, or 'revoked by ;) "
what SG is doing, explained, saying most ,the senate. ,.
do not realize SG touches. t their lives virtually In its role. as a check against the' power of: ". ,.I i," .
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every day.However. the other branches, the'' senate has the .\
t students are now beginning ,(responsibility to approve or disapprove \ ..s-r--: '.."' '.. .
"come out of the woodwork" to become presidential appointments and recom .: : .
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involved in,SG. Aspinwall said, citing the mendations to the cabinet and to presidentialor rY"t'. '. '4
large number, of applicants (about 150) for university committees. .
senate vacancies and. cabinet positions. The decision of, the senate in such '.' j
he loves SG' is nominations is ';. ItrJ
Admitting and "tickled: binding. ', t ti
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'de th" to be senate president. Aspinwall said Aspinwall said the senate.considers these ,1. ..'.: ('. : : -; > : /i
he thinks campus hostility' toward SG may candidates carefully, .,.-: .
inspire the senate to do a better job. "If he (the candidate),has' done nothing, ,
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"The quality of the people on the third they (the senate) will rip him apart:' he said. DON'T' 'LEAVE THEM! 'ti I.:.' ..,
floor (in SG offices at the J. Wayne Reitz The executive and judicial branches are '., .,
Union) has greatly improved." Aspinwall accountable to the senate in that'the senate TAKE THEM'HOME TO MOTHER..'}
contended, adding past incompetence has can require reports from) any SG officer as.
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hurt. SG'5 reputation well as of any chartered organization.. OR LET' US HELP YOU FIND.THEM
"The potential of,: SG is unlimited." The senate also has the power to imPeachany
Aspinwall said. SG officer. SOMEONE'TO'LOVE THEM LIKE' l
The senate is composed of 80 members who The senate meets each:Tuesday night on .. "
are elected by the student body.. the third floor of the:Union. THEY LOVE YOU! ..:- "
In' the !fall. 40 senators are elected- to The student body'president'.can veto 'any 1 '
I represent living. areas in the UF community bill passed by the senate. ,,bui'.the senate can? r ; ,. ; : \; ;
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override his .
,Of these,40seats. represent'! : on-campus' : veto .' : .
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Car Cash! (from page' one) THESE INCLUDE BENZEDRINE,

I containing caffeine.Dr. Dexedrine, Presate Didrez. Tenuate,
Fast
service and Kenneth Bender UF assistant Preludin and Ritalin,he said. All these drugs
low auto loan rates.Peoples require a .
professor clinical pharmacy said"Caffeine IsI prescription.
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I I I a very effective agent for increasing alertnessand "Amphetamine dependency often begins as
in 11 overcoming drowsiness but the longeryou infrequent use of the drug to stay awake."
go without proper rest'the less effective said Betty S. Bergersen's book "Phar
The ,i the caffeine will ben\ keeping'you'alert." machology in Nursing."
Bank Caffeine a central nervous system (CNS) The effects of amphetamines Include an
'stimulator is available in such forms as elevation of mood a reduction of fatigue a
__ GAINESVILLEJOHN coffee tea. cola and No-Doz. a sense of increased alertness and "invigorating
G.ADICKS, PRESIDENT
A GENERAL i ONE TABLET OF NO DOZ has 100 aggressiveness," the book said.
FINANCIAL
SYSTEMS BANK MEMBER: FDIC 'milligrams (mg) of caffeine. "IT MUST BE NOTED THAT am-

One or two cups of coffee or tea have ISO phetamines do not create extra physical, or
250 mg. of caffeine, according to Goodmanand mental energy rather, they promote expenditure -
Gilman's book "The PharmachologicalBasis of present resources sometimes to
CLOSING JUNE 14 PARTY of Therapeutics." the hazardous point of fatigue that is often
Coca-Cola has 156 mgs. of caffeine in 36 unrecognized."The .
at fluid ounces according to Vincent Marks' stimulant properties of amphetamines -
and J.F. Kelly's report in a British medical can cause dramatic car-

The Connection journal. diorespiratory effects, such as tachycardia,
ACCORDING TO "THE PHARMACOLOGICAL dyspnea (shortness of breath) and chest
Basis of Therapeutics," the pain," the book said.
Lounge following reactions "may be observed According to the National Clearing House
following the ingestion of 1 gm ((1,000 mg) or for Poison Control Centers there is a
We are closing to remodel. more, of caffeine. "considerable individual variation and -(.
"Insomnia restlessness and excitement are response" to amphetamines.
night
Every 8pm-2am
the early symptoms, which may progress to "AMPHETAMINES DOSES of 30 mg.
mild delirium. Sensory disturbances such as has caused severe reacioM./ yet people who
ALL DRINKS A ringing in the ears and flashes of light are have taken doses of 400-510()( ,)( mg. have survived -
50 common. The muscles become tense and .
ALL BRANDS .., tremulous.Tachycardia(rapid heartbeat) and "Death in adults has resulted from as little Vas
extrasystoles (premature heartbeat) are 120 mg. of ingested amphetamine," the
frequent and respiration is quickened. The report said. '
Domestic Beer 35C Heineken, diurectic action (production! of urine) may be For some eating is an enjoyable activity
prominent."In when staying awake.
Chives Johnny Walker Black 75C many the fatal oral dose of caffeine is DR. HOWARD APPLEDORF UF

Dance out with estimated to be about 10 gm.((100 No Doz associate professor of food science, said.
us tablets) but death from overdose is highly "There is no food that ,will keep you alert."
SOUTHPAW unlikely" the book stated. Appledorf recommends that a person just
Gainesville's SOME STUDENTS wanting something drink coffee and\ eat nothing when trying to
own
super group. "stronger". than caffeine use amphetamines. stay awake because "eating makes some
Help us go out with a BANG. Every Dr. Eric Goldstein. UF assistant professorof people drowsy." '
night until we exhaust our stock- clinical pharmacy and psychiatry said "If they don't eat and drink coffee they will
Hurry, Hurry Hurry! amphetamines should not be used to help stay a little more alert" he said.
keep people awake because of'their "toxic Glenda Warren UF assistant professor of
The Connection Lounge effects and tremendous chance for extention nutrition said a person who is'
habituation and .IIAmphetamines staying awake should eat something light.
dancer
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suggests refreshing are
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THE HILTON. compounds are also CNS stimulators, high in nutrients and low in calories such as
i sw t>h St. ITT 277 at Happy Hour, 5 pm.
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call 372-0528 (o-Bt-140-p) Eplphone ni45 flat top with case Jensen model speakers all under partial utilities. A few still left prize to first taker, Call now 377MM -
like nw hardly played. Great for artistic liberal, responsible female i
warranty $500 3n77271C.p) for Fall. MARCAIBO 2500 SW 34th
( )
12172 3 bdrm 2 complete both mobile b-2t-l47-p
beginner. $110 call: 373-3758 after room at. needed own room 67.50 _
home on I acre tot,deep well cellar (not 5pm Ask for Lance. (a-3t-146-p) 65 Ply wgn 68 motor, good tires good moth V* utll call 373-5540 rachel (b4M44P St. 373-1336 (b-5t-147-p)
complete), utility shed. located 1 block mechanically new brakes transmission ) Room In house for summer big WANTEDJUNE
from schools In Newberry. Call 472-2870 FOR SALE- 19" Zenith Color TV 100 overhauled 300 firm 372- kitchen pets ok furn 75 mon. 373-
between 0:30112.30 for info.afr104p per cent Solid State Excellent 5826 (a-5t-147-p) roommate needed fmr summer qt 3
: : pm more 4794 (b-2t-147-p) RENT FREE person needed
blocks tc
condition $25010,000 btu a-c $75 3778763 from campus large bd. apt
( ) after 5 (a-3t-146-p) 7S+V4U.! call bob 378-5022 (D-2M46- 2 bedroom furnished house good sublet 2 bdrm opt In The Pine luxury
free kittens! Siamese mother, shots FOR RENT P) location convenient to shopping living call otter 3:30: 377-746 for more
honda cb 350 1972 abused _
Included-must find homes before never avail late |un*. 'leas* desired 200 ,info. (t-IQMM-p)
$625. Inquire 1830 1st between sublease large ibd apt till aub 31 3
7th of |un*.5 weeks old. call 378-3744 nw ave subleasing air cond. two bedr opt clot month 372-5826 (D-5M47-P) roomote wonted for summer In S
blocks
6-lpm. or call 392-1134 ask for 377-8599 from campus ac carpet sky qtr.
to ) )
Or 3771336. (5M44-p) campus (b-IOt-142-p) FREE June rent, 2 BR furnishedapt bdr. I'/i both townhouse olin the .
danny between noon 8. 12:30 pm or light semi furn 150 call 378-5022 (b3j146p plntl.private
Mobil Home, 12x48 2 br 10x20 patio leave message (a-3t-146-p) 3 bedroom luxury opt available |tune 15. : ) In cln city really nice overlooks bdr. $105 mo. + Vt util. call
cwer, washer + dryer, ac carpetedt)2999 furnished, pool, dishwasher ac, country for rent_ pool all for only 185 mo. call after 3 dennis' or dove 373-7777 (t-5t-14l-p)
Yamaha 12 n.e. bedroom with
will rent with option to fg-230 string acoustic village $273 per month Include water private pm 372.2415 call today!l 11 l (D-2M47-
guitar new cost 5250, 1 yr old, -$125 coil 377-8834 bath and all or half a studio. Near Student willing to pay $255 for room
466-3038 (b-5t-143-p
buy (5t-146-p) gos. )
377-6568 (a-5t-146-p) duck pond. starting |July 1. call beth Pj) _____ and meal thru summer quarter. I block

Queen site waterbed, frame-lined & queen-size waterbed, deluxe spacious, furnished trailer for summer or mlchael after 3:30. 376-0226. (b- DESPERATE Must rent two one from campus, control air, co-op howling.

blocks for elevation very sturdy. custom wood tram pad, liner. $.,. rent ox dishwasher carpet. bike to 5M46p) bedroom duplexes. 3 blocks from Kim at Clo. 373-9328 (t-19l-133-p)
$40 call after 6pm J73-3604 also call steve cumbaa at 392.1721 campus. $90 per mo. + ultl. 376-1295 Male roommate wanted to share a campus summer special $125 seeking
4.., dresser 4 drawers $7.50 (a-2t-144- (b-5t-143-i) month sec at 1615 17 NW 3rd Place Responsible female 1.2 br
weekdays before 4:30: or 378-9978. roomy one bedroom apartment for
) 378-927 (b-3t-147) house or traitor to keep good care of In
PJ message (a-3t-146-p) 2F roommates wonted Hawilan Village summer quarter at Hawalln Villageat exchange for reasonable rent. Shady lot
U'x&O' ((2 large bedrooms kitchen knight 100 wan receiver and pair Apt No. 431.) call 378-0475 for In- reasonable rates call 3738915 SO..YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A 376-8771 or 468-1702 (c-5t-
bath 4- living rm.) fully furn. ..Ircondo ar-4x spkrs $165. sears 19ln b+w tv formotlin.' _(b-5-143-p) apt 325 (b5t146p) NEW PLACE TO HANG YOUR ocroog 143-p) ;
HAT?? well, you're looking 'In the ____ __
reasonably priced very good
One
$25. fender bedroom
lazzmaster guitar w- sublet 2br townhouse hawollan village. apt four blocks from
location phone 373-2570 after 5pm. case $75. call ned 58 pm 376-9389. unfurnished 2 bath cool 372-1093. (b- campus. $130 a month starting June wrong place. Check out our place In Mole or Female roomalo wonted.Luxurious .
(a'6t-146.p) (a.5M45.p) la.143-p) 20th.407 nw 15st apt'b. 373-4153 keep the personals column right now!I Ib.2t.147p Icadllly opt*. complet.lyfurnished.
___ ( ) own bedroom. no deposit
STERO 100 WATTS sarlf.-$125 trying (b-3t-144-p)
Rare Oriental Therlomorphlc AU RENTS SlASHEDI ___ 377-7849 summer only. ask for paul. (C-
garrard turn. am-fm multiplex Fetish $500 284-4 ( Garage Apartment for Roommate needed to share 3 br
corry village aSt.145p (Special Summer Rates) Rent 3 St.I43-p)
sound Giant home between Royal Park .
outrageos speakersask
) $1 OO to$125 PER MO. blocks from UF Campus 150 month
for Bob 392-7309 leave number Westgat Own room for$75 mo. V ROOMMATt-OWN ROOM In attractive
All units 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury for summer call 378-2064 or stop by
7212'.65' mobile home 3br central air.,
(a3t-144p) 1321 NW 3rd Ave 3 utility. Rooms furnished. Males mobile hem. $50 per mo. plus Viutilities.
feature. (b-2t-144-p)
Call evenings 373-9163.) Assume 96.03 378-9937 (b-St-147-pt) ph 378-9278, keep trying (c-5t-
OPPORTUNITY FOR U'OF F EMPLOYEES payment, or negotiate other term Set Available for 1 lease through Aug. 31st two bedroom furnished apt to sublet
The Campus Federal Credit Union will up In Costlegote. (o-3t-143-p) Prairie View Mobil Village. during summer months with optionto 2 rooms for summer rent nice house 143-p)____________
finance your real estate purchase up to 378-4411 3733284Available lease for Brandywine and neighborhood waterbed, kitchen roomote own room In 3 bdrm house 2
$20,000. let us show you how this can 197212x60 mobile home excell cond. w- to new tenant onlyl! call 373-4144 year.after 5 will bargain apts(b- prlv, no deposit, musician, blocks from campus $60 mo +1-3 utI!,
benefit you In buying proportie Now I I. ac,carp living I kltch Insulot roof to bo 5M45-P artists welcome /low rent call days partially furnished call 378-0874 (c-St-

th* time to buy small acreage water told In aug. call after 5:00 or wkends ((b-St-Uo-p)_ 377-4620 nltts I. weekends 378-6483 143-p)_____
front or home. Coll today Wayne D. 3734530 ((0-91-143-p) sublet for summer 2bd townhouseoak crls (b-2t-147-p) roommate wonted for foil quarter own
Mason I Co. Realtor 901) NW 8th Ave 1972 honda 500 4 female roomot' needed summer forest 220-mo unfurnished call
cylinder excellent House to share own room air room behind norman 'In spacious apt
Suit. A1. Phone m- 7t9. (o-o-4t-142-p). cond. low mileage many extra $1050.or quarter shore 2 bedroom apt 82.50 + Vi 373-9342 luxuries pools, saunas and other female' small apt. furn. air both plooM call bra at 373-5092 or debbie at
utilities free available June 15
lune rent call anytime 377- (b-3t--
best offer call 373-4850 after 5:30: F>.M 8562I 145-p) available In June V block to Tiger 373-9698 (c-5t-l43-p)
( -p)
(a-St-HS-p) Hall 373-236 (D-5M47.p) 2 female roommat needed for 2bdm-
two male female shore br roomates wanted for own rooms In
one or to 3
For Sale, : 1975 Kawasaki f11 End: or Sublet for summer 1 bdrm apt 2both at COUNTRY VIUACE Avail. June
PLAZAO 1 2:15 4:1Sw .apt. ac $65 Private room plus shore sw section house 50 mth and share
uro with 1400ml. Excellent Condition utilities call Gatorwood Apts furn. or unfurn. 15 Option for fall Furn. Call Nancy 393-
utilities close 1103) S.W. 2nd Ave. Call) paul 377-5497 (Cbst.1451Br -
u* sills, .nr *_05 1:00 well taken car of $950.00, 378-4301 ) $110 per month negotiable Extras 7748 (C-5M43-P)
after 4:00 P
: ( )
IM IOWIVMO | 10:00 Lists for $1150.00 (negotiable) Call pm b-5t-144-p call 373-2021 (b-5t-147-p) HOMI NEEDED for fall bike to .
28Ropt.ACnlc.1I05N.W.191hln'l furn apt, ac, to sublet. Walk or campus.mellow
397 8341, ask for Steve
(
)
a-3M45-p share
1 Neat female' low Mntkit.
rmmat, 2 people, rent rm
CHARLESARONSON Furnished Coll VI. 30 I offer 4:00 bike to UF. Avail June 15. $125
pm
scuba tank us divers 71.2 cu ft aluminum (b-5t-l44.p) summer, fall opt. 1100 SW 8th Ave bdrm lux apt for summer quarter quiet sloppy and bitchy. call Kondoo
(i-valv' 75. honda 350 parts 504 (Olympia Apts) 374-0102 (b-5t- own rm Vi utilities $180 entire qtr. after 8 376-9990 (c-5>-43-p! )
center stand sealed beam, tune-up oak at our rental listings on houses, 145-p) begin occup June 15 ph 377-7910 (b-
parts-call mike 373-0924 after-4pm nobile home,and apt*. before you pay 5M47-p) female
(a-5M45-p) anyone a .... Joel Bridge, realtor 404 i male roomat wanted available roommate wanted summer
SW 4th Ave. (b-fr-127-c) .June 15 own room In 2 bdr. trailer 2 bdrm apt 1 block from campus quarter nice 2br ac, pool. summit
BREAKOUT stereo: technics saSOOQx 4-channel 42 .50 plus Vt utilities near campus quiet area ac available |line 16 house near med ctr. 'h |line rent
rec-$320, retail Is $550 Thorens 165 sublet 1 b garage opt Vt block fromtiger 373-2614 keep trying (b-st-145-p) 175.00 call after 6:00 373-4760 (b-St- free.72 own rm or 60 share + 1-3 ut.
105-mo no phone 1212V SW 11
tt $125 Marantz 2015-S180. New 147-p) 373-5600 (C5M46-P)_
w-warran. John 378-9192 (a.5M45- Ave afternoons (b-3t-143-p) Sublet: 2 br 2bath Gatorwood, apt

$1.23 TILL 2:30 PM ?>>> roomot needed sublet .1 barn In 2 barn i 1102 furnllshed carpeted ac
r Z EXCEPT SUNDAY mole female available June 1. Rent reduced to200mo.
h h 1973 Yamaha 125 Good .ihap*. apt or own room, close to
Summit House call 378-5663 I Call Ira at 392.2571 or 377-
w t3M sml, ..hit.ts..oxrv.ro $375. 373-1790 anytime. LAST S DAYf after 4pm (b-5t-143-p) (b-5t-145-p) DEATHRACE
girls 10 speed bike good condition roommate. Own In 3 BR
Sub-lease Gordon Vt room WORLD
.2:204.0 t<:05 0:1010:05 must sell $60 call 392-9747 lock .. rent free with Country option to rent opt for fall.June 1 .house. Walk to UF. $61 + 1-3 WITH 2000

chain Included (Tt-147-p) bedroom furnished, dishwasher near utilities. No lease. 377-4158 (b-5t- FANNY HILL

nRw VW bug 1965 $450, surfboard 9 tt med comer 372-6854 373-5050 (b'p -.- 145-p__)_ .
noble pintail $30 call 376-0823 (a-St-
14'
) .
sublease 2 bdr.
__ country gardens
147.p) __ 4i1$> *i10' 4t10 4:00
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Lg cool furn 1 bdrm In quiet complexvnear near va + shands |tune 10-sept 1 .
Gltane-tour-de-france 53 frame w- RENT NEGOTIABLE call '05.1000. 7iM ts40
uf sublet Jun-Aug$123 mo call 377- 373-7515 Cinema 4
campy weinmann, and strongllf 0253 eve thru sat after,$-31 378-9156) day> (b-5M45-p)

parts good deal for $195 perforect or eve (b-4M44-p) ,For summer need 1 or 2 female
for racing or call.392-7908 --- -' -- -- -- -
touring
; AVAIL NOW + Vt JUNE! FREE2to I roomates( ) by VA hospital 59.00 a GONE -
(a-5t-147-p) share large bedroom 'In Gator month4 utilities country gar HEARTS ' wood 2 br apt. thru /lowered IN 60 SEC.
august I dtnscI1l373-W2Ian. or bernle (b- 7MO
ALL YOU CAN EAT rates call 376971Lb5t145p( ) M-145-p) 11 ,fiM

DUPLEX BEHIND NORMAN I roomate needed can be male or 3:50.5:50 MINDS

5730: : ) HALL OWN ROOM CALL 378.4158 I female to share 2bdrm house with 3 7:50: ':50 ; 4
1.69| or 378-9190 (P-5M45-P)_ liberal theatre and brodcastlng .

(,14' house for rent summer only 2 majors call 372-3175 after 6pm 1329

PICK YOUR FAVORITE PIZZA bedroom furnished air conditioned nw 6th st. (P-5M45-P) .. -.
1 block from law school rent 180 per sublet |line rent free 2 bedroom 2
'" SELECTIONS & GARDEN FRESH SALAD. month call 373-7775 (b.3t-1..p) bath on the pool hawalln village call FLORIDA.STATE THEATRES

newly remodeled 2 bdrm. apt, soon 378-7842 $205. month (b-.H.. ..-

spacious and unique air con., 175 P) ft a 7:15."F : .

Pizza: lim includes hot water 1st, last and I opt. to sublet for summer, furn. ac. .
security no pets or children 378- extras $140-mon. 4 blocks from campus, 9:15:
5195 ( .
lit b-3t-145-p)_ 377-8064 (b.St 143-p)

316 S.W. 16th Ave 3764521&LIPHAM Comfortable one bedroom apartment Trailer for rent, 2bdrm I bath and H Y

2 blocks from campus for located at Cattlogot. Call 373-6353 A mmDOTYDAYTSSp.
I ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET summer rent $110.00 call |ludy 373- after 4pm. (b-lO-143-p) ) s11 Itis7t .
I. 2410 persistently and till one a.m.
(b 4t-143-p) Room to rent very clot to UF olio will
share nice cottage all conveniences nice
2br., ,furn. $175 no pets available t yard olio need part time help starting
,. |on* 15 option for fall bike to June I 1 Coil 373-2087 (b-St-144p-- .
MUSIC campus call 373-6395 (b-5t-146-p)

One or two bedrooms In One female roommate for June,
COMPANY large house; July, Aug. Gatorwood apts. Rent
best
area of galnesvllle
near duck
pond 10 min. bike to school $83 negotiable. Call 377-7415 anytime
'" "me"'sty"w NOW PLAYING month a, 1-3: utilities air cond 376-|
LIMITED ENGAGEMENTAChKKrophonkFtfmCoocwt 1928 (b-5M44-p) 1 or 2 people to rent trailer In
Must rent 1 BR Apt AC carpet Wlndmeadows for summer central
01 1porl Abe 11:1.: AIIAOIO MLN,fWNft FteasrsLADIU beautiful wooded area 10 minutes ac, washer-dryer, pool recreation
from campus Vt month rent free I facilities bargain' for $50 month 373-

\ L ( I 6EMTLEMEKr ( ( 377-7858 hurry I (b-4t-l44-p) 5978 (b-3t-l47p) -

,sublet for summer, 2 or 3 bdrm, Roommate or (s) wanted 2 bdrm. 2 aVWRg ;: ,
garage apt., furnished. 2 blocks bath apt. Hawaiian Village $122.50
from campus, $170 mo. com by. 373-7042 Nice view on lake. (b-2t-

1014V S.W. 4th Av*. (b-st.1..p) 147-p) ___ .

.1 br apt furnished air con. near female roommates wanted 2 or 3 iiri i
campus married couples $125 372- bedrooms available In 4 bedroom
, 1627 after 5 weekdays all day town house bldg at the place apts./:
weekends (6M46'p) 377 8.5e (b-5t-147'p) EASTWOODTHEEMER

Large Room-summer subleaseISmonth roomat needed summer own bdrm '

EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY 8 & Includes utilities. AC closeto In 3 bdrm georgetown/: 1324 NW
campus. Prefer grad.' student or 16 Ave $72 mOl +.1; ,'wtl $IS dtp call
< :senior.! .CaM.Let at 374-5963.. (b-JR;-313.0776'after.3",,,,'.an equal oppertwHy t'.. A 1JIIIYIly l Ri .TCNNICOLQM
14*'p)_ eMer (b-5t-l47-px '-,

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1 t,2, Of 3 people lo lublet country village Female WANTED WANTEDQuiet PERSONAL PERSONALWANTED

opt for summer own I Ig room, o-c. furn, luxurious Roomat needed for schoolteacher wishes to DRAMBOUI-recycled\ antique, clothing responsible roommate to
pool, low vtilitie. rent negotiable. coil Gardens Summer apartment In Country sublet 1 bdrm furn. apt. or house, women' children' men' cool sun share' 3 bdrm modern house with

MarketOROBtYOUR 373.2670 or 377-8342 (c-5t-143pl) to med center Call only 377 short walk June 18 Aug. 11 at a reduced rate. dresses, gown, denim, gaberdine, couple 75 per mo 1.3 utilities 377-
'4137
June root fro.l Female roommotei( ) for or Dee (c.St>i6'p) Jackie Write: Cathy Battle Box 920 genuine cotton recycled jean (5 9587 call after 6 pm (c'5t'IA7-p)
2 bedroom furnished Summit HOUM Hibernia Rt, Green Cove Springs, located at 17 nw 17th M. across from
Near Shonds-VA. Available June 15 VW BUS 1969 Great Running Fla. or phone ((904)) 2845205 after univ. da. poll office upttairt. drambouf "Man must cut himself free from

reotonoble. call Connie 373.1848 (c-5t- Condition SELL (1000 or best. oHer MUST 500: (C5tl47p) ((|-9t-l43-p) all prejudice and from the result of

IA3-p) P) NOWI! Call 377 'W (c-St-144- Roommate Wanted for Summer let vt wash dry and fold your laundry for his own Imagination, so that he may

for sept 2 students need female rmmate Quarter Only male grad. student 23 Ib if you mention this ad. Norge be able to search for truth unhindered
1or2 lemoies needed needs to share trailer (68 and Cleaner 2108 SW 13thSt10l.U2p Baha'l Writings (|.It.147-
too
CLASS RINGS NOW (or 2 if wont to thare room)to "live in 3 br rent monthly loundry Dry
haute behind Norman $82. for rm, 373- 3rd room of beautiful 3bd furnished plus Vi utilities call 377.1109 (c'St147 (| ) c)
5092 ac house w'2 fireplaces + pool, 5 'p) ,
or 373.9698
(IC.51.IA3-p) blocks from motherly rent(43 (47 SAMMIE OF LONDON Hove a hairstyle to my roomie lisa the year has

male grad student need place to stay for summer &or beyond HELP WANTEDCamp to lull' your tonality. 377-2643 ended and we have survived It's
All foil quarter only. Prefer own room. Call 3717971 or leave message call at 392M Jan- 716 W University Ave. ((1-fr| .|110-c:) been a hell of a first year and acal

377-4506 evening (c-St-44p! ) (c'St.146-p) C"llienge.Florlda'l caster KARAT LESSONS of thanks. goes to you have a

RINGS female Needed to take over summer fo-; seal camp Is hiring counselors to Small Classes (25 per man' fabulous summer at camp see yob
wanted 1
leate Place Apt (5000 deposit (6500 a female roommate fall work with handicapped campersthis 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th Stl) Mon thru In ny. love your roomie donna (II-It.I

GUARANTIED month call 377-S329 dinner time (c-St- 373 country-3832,gardens after 7. apt.. call victoria summer experience In cam- Sot ."en. 7 to? 378-7131 (-2ol-IQ8-p) ). 151 p)
(c :3t'145-p)
144-p) ping and working with
Wedding Invitation from (1140
per
Catcher'sJewelers female Roommate, Entire Summer (160 WANTED learn ELECTRIC BASS to handicapped Is desired but not 100. Two week delivery. Hundred cfttylet. rah rah I rah rah I Rho Iota Tau

: 10 share 2 bdrm, 2 bath apt in Brandywine on. Negotiable. Call David, essential dedication and enthusiasm cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. Taut Harry Reuben Invites all fall
evenings 3715497. Also wanted: ARE essential. call Brian 3769951.fr.105 pledges to Hawaiian Night In the
with 2 other girl,no leate near (| <)
campy, Lynn 392-9395 (c-5t-l44-p) serious musicians! (c-5t 145 p) Richardson at 904-383-4711 all day Safari Rawlings South 2. (|.2t147P -
Need two roommates for fall to frl and sat. .After sat write camp coney grove bluegrass festival/ + )
t E.Univ.Aw 3759t GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid tor clan share master bedroom In 3 challenge route 1 sorrento fl 32776 craftsmans fair-June 1315-advance'

ring, old jewelry, etc confidential( Call bedroom Oak Forest Apartment. (e.2t.16-p) 3dy ticket$10. write coney grove bx

OZZIt 378-3894 (c-49t.105",p) Sliding glass door onto balcony plus port time petition neat appearancenight Itt cordele ga 31015 (-7M45-p| )

Wanted female roommate Country walk-in closet and private work three to four day per week MUCH MORE that lust a place to "" ta et.AuntIvnJ4er4.ioti

Garden summer and-or fall 2 bathroom. Beautlfull) (70 per apply palm lane 2606( ne woldo rd (.- hang your hat".,your own room 8. .. .iJd: fl"fjYA': :
bdrm 2bath To share' with 3 girls. person. Call Sue 392-7731 (c-St-145- Jt-143-p) bath In a really beautiful 4BR 's"iitit
M3 per moth + V4 uti call 372-0177 pI) house' In NW section/ Mellow \ 14'
(C-5M45-P) Wonted: staff for ymca comp McConnell roommates. Over I
an acre of land,
Roommate for summer
quarter. Miconopy Fla. resident camp. Aquatic I rilill&
1 female roommate, Own room In luxury lotsa trees outside; with photo .f l'
easygoing, apartment. director (WSI), Counselors' Horseback darkroom .. f\t u
rent pig-br. duplex $75 (91.25t thalf utllltl renewable studio, real wood and. .
month, 3 s. instructors, male and female call 466-
blocks from U.F. 3734604 3921883 lease.373.till camelot apts No. 204 3587 (e-5t-lu-p) brick Inside. Just $90 month + uutll. > ;;=: ve:"
!. for summer (with fall AI'
option)
NEW h USFgcow.s before S. (C.Jt'IAS.p) (c-5t-145'p) >
:
Clean apts month of June. Contact CALL 377-5232 NOWI (/I-4M45P) '< : -"., ","
Single
+t"w o.rVM roommate wanted (65 per month student or couple wanted for -
.1UI.OAOIHQ Hawaiian Village office 3461 S.W. Will
( anyone seeing the accident
COIIIfIOHfN" available June 1st within walking large room with fireplace In fur 2nd Ave. (St-147-p)
Involving a blue Torino
M.MNrN 1---M M11 distance of dubs 377-8462 ask for nlshed house. Begin |lone 15 pets the parked MIKE'S
against fence at the
Steve or 372211 ask for welcome (70pm call Ann 377-2937 sewage
IYT till-T.aOl-IIO"* terry )c3tI45p : AUTOSWe .
plant across call 378 2008 ( -3t-:
eng. | Bookstore .
) )C'5t'145-p) 146p) Pipes

female grad student or young IMPORTANT! people needed to buy good clean used cart MILLER Tobacco Shop
1466-3340'Mi4iW. BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW13 St. (g-lot- wanted-person with van going northto
professional to share great house Sublet 2bdrm apt In The Pines, we take
furniture
some and boxes to
.. o.al4o. near Med Center. $75+1-3 will. 373- will except ANY OFFERS, very I36-J) Penna call 372-1935 (I-4M46) 1165.E IDowntownt 48.9
... 1604. (C3tl45p) cheap, call after 3:30: 377-7.... (c3t145p '68 Chevy Impala Custom VI all. -
Fantastic Opportunity. Save 20.00 $. ..4SUNFLOWER
: )
two people needed to share power, needs some work 1400 or
a room
on Peugeot UO8 until June 16.
for summer In a super nice, cozy Wanted 1 or 2 females to share 28 R, best offer.Call Pat at 3733638. ((9' REVERE CYCLE WORKS. 521 W.

apt. two blocks from campus call 2bath Country Gardens Apt. for fall 3t 145-p) University Ave.e| >146-c) -
373338 (c-5M45p) Call Rebecca or Mary 37IS379 65 Sprite Good Condition $525 Firm
ANYTIME ( ) Andrea honey, the last few months +
mature student for own br In 3 br c.3t.IA6.pl Must see to believe Call Buck 373- =
1 4730 (g3t145p) have been the gratest few of my rl ( 1t
Wanted for
6 apt oak forest fall spring (107-mo + roommate luxury large
1.3 utll. + etc. deposit tlast mo bedroom condo. apt. sauna, pool, Ply. cricket.a, radio has only life. Get well soon and let me

paid call 373.749 John c.Jt'IA6.p( : ) gym, tennis (50 + '/> utilities 373- 23,000 miles. need money, must sell brighten. up your days and nights s
S141 ( .5t.147. call at 377.8791 again. You're outrageous. I love sty llt11s
c p) quickly Larry or
need 3 (or 2 If own room) liberal you so much. (|.It-147-p)
373-8278. (1500 call after 6:00.: (g3t-
female roommates for fall. furn. 2 roomates needed this summer 4
SUMMER RATE to the satin dressed fox who
2br luxurious Gatorwood apt. (60 br, 2 bath, (70 + '/. utilities, 1 block 146p) gave
the gator cheer at the connection
each V4 util.! Sue from campus. Call 3713077 today, TR-4 In
plus call 377-715 1966 Triumph body excellent last
frlday night, I'm dying to
per person see
(C-3t-146p) must have tennants immediately. condition engine and ,
y/U the with the Nw1I
month you guy shirt to be
per ( St 147 )
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Wanted Used / saddle p transmission good too. May need SHw
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B1 GREG FORRER Brinson James Richards .Broke UF's single season
Alligator Sports Editor Thom Clifford and defensive- rushing record by gaining 856

back-turned-runner Wayne yards on 133 carries, topping r E z
Fields. A name to note here, Nat Moore's record of 845 set
While most of us felt the too, is sophomore Robert in 1972
fuel shortage and high pricesof Morgan." .Averaged 6.4 yards a 9 2
gasoline last fall freshman However, a name to note carry, six touchdowns 'LiiE _
Green was in the midstof this is Tony Green. If
Tony year you .2nd leading pass receiver photo by oorg kochoni: jr.
another shortage one of are going to talk of last
year's with nine catches,for 96 yards WHISTLE SEEMED ONLY EFFECTIVE WAY TO STOP TONY GREEN I
success and future Gator
and
TD.Returned
ink.The Alligator's Athlete of, chances,you start with Green. one eight kickoffs freshman halfback set UF rushing record last season .

the Year took line-listing on THEY ONLY way he'd toe 163 yards and 20.3 and cuts delighted Gator fans Gators on top 17-0: and The television replays from __
the "Freshman" roster in the suffer through an ink average the rest of the season as he victory seemed assured. different angles clearly
Gator prospectus. Elsewhere shortage this year is if they This graceful 5-foot-9,180- helped' immensely in an 8-3 HOWEVER, ONE fine showed Green in bounds, justas
he was listed by number. run out of ink writing up his pound running back twice ran Southeastern Conference the record now clearly
TONY GREEN 33. RB. credentials in the 1975 for more than 70 yards and year.His twisting and turning official was obviously shows the ink next to his,
It was thank you boys andno prospectus.A amassed 178 yards along witha helped the Gators to a, 10-0 wizarded out by Green he name.
other mention after that. quick, or not so quick, "Back of.the Week" award lead over the Nebraska called him out of bounds and If he. remains healthy he
On offense the predictionwas glance at his ac after the Maryland game Cornhuskers in the Sugar the score returned to 10-0, the should break his own record
a solid group with complishments in his first Sept. 21. Bowl in New Orleans. A little Gators losing 13.10 in the
"Jimmy DuBose. Larry year His low-to-the-ground runs more foot wizardry put the end. (See 'Green. page 16)

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y a V Gator golfers were magnificent I


; throughout the entire seasonE.


By PAT McGRATH .(Buster) Bishop,the Gators senior Bob Bailey and fresh UFs 9-2 record, and .818
Alligator Sports Writer need only win the NCAA titleat man Dallas Aplegren and the won-less percentage.
I PHIL HANCOCK I ANDY BEAN I Ohio State in three weeksto pair joined ,seniors Andy, THE GATORS STARTEDthe
F ,, They won nine out of 11 complete the finest season Bean, Ben Duncan and fall reason by winning the
tournaments, including the ever by a UF golf team. Denny Sullivan, and junior Ohio State Invitational. They
Southeastern Conference The Gator started the Phil Hancock to win the SEC followed by sandwiching a
championship, by a total of season last fall as a dethroned title and amass a record thatis victory in the Florida In-
122 strokes, an average of 13 ruler.,' After a year of simply incredible.. tercollegiate between a third
III shots per tournament. They domination' in college golf, Winning a golf tournamentis place finish in the Dixie
blew Houston off their home the team, like so many Neros unique from winning in Intercollegiate and a second
course by 18 strokes after and Napoleans was over other sports. In a basketball in the! Lake Placid In-
..r trailing the Cougars for two thrown by Wake Forest in game or swim meet it's one vitational. They won the FSU
rounds. They came from 10 their attempt to win two on one, team against team. Ina Invitational in the first
II DENNIS SULLIVAN I BEN DUNCAN strokes behind to overtake straight national cham golf tournament, com- tournament of the winter and
n I Wake Forest by two in the pionships. petition is between maybe 15 have not been off the top spot
+ a Chris Schenkle.Golf World, a Despite losing Gary Koch, or .20 teams at once. since.
N heralded publication, Bishop, with plenty of talentat Therefore the odds against Winners in the Miami
proclaimed them Number his disposal,did not, by any winning a percentage of golf Invitational, the Port Malibar
means, have his work cut out tournaments as high as, say Invitational, the Southeastern
One.Upon such laurels and for him. However he was the percentage of wins by a Intercollegiate, the Houston
glittering success lies the faced with the task of weedingtwo good basketball team, are 'All-American, the Chris
I reasoning behind naming the players out of, about 25 much greater. Schenkle Invitational and the
Gator golfers the Alligator'sTeam hopefuls' for the two open With that premise in mind, SEC the Gators are eager to
of the Year.COACHED spots on the club. it is less difficult to un'' attempt to recapture the
II DALLAS APLEGREN I BOB BAILEYthe I BY BERNAYS BISHOP, HIT UPON derstand the magnitude of national crown.

... .. "During this year this
became? not cocky, but very
I Potter voted top Gator coachsuccessful sure what of they themselves could and do of

counted. One or two points coach, he said,, anywhere" Bishop said. "At
By KEITH CANNON Year different and we might have "the first thing is to get good the beginning of the year we
Alligator Sports Writer The personable Potter has were ranked second and this
undefeated, he said. players. .
four SEC been
,
seen 24 seasons team doesn't like to be
That's where Assistant
of
Five frustrating of titles, and 325 dual match One year did make a lot second. deter-
They were
years difference for the netters. Lastyear's Coach M.B. Chafin comes in.
trying to the SEC wins in his career as UF head mined be' first."
regain team was 20.3 in the "He, does almost'all of'our to again ,
tennis championship to coach. This season was one of BISIIOP SAID that a big
came dual match season, but fell to recruiting, and 'any honors I
an end for UF tennis coach the most competitive and one fifth in the tournament. get should also be attributedto jjj' reason for this year's success
Bill Potter and his team of the most rewarding, he Potter explained his team's' his hard 'work," Potter has been the attitude of the
last month in Tuscaloosa. said. of seniors. ,
"A lot our
knew there a lot of improvement. said."We didn't
I were "They get
Ala.The better over that one want to recruit boys
Gator tied .with i good teams(in the SEC" ), and boys got period. And our new best for our type of program, senioritis," he said. "They
Perennial rival Georgia'for a I knew we Were good, Potter year like Chap Brown <((25-< which is very low-key. We never lost interest and it never
share of a title I which had said, looking back to the players 2 at the No. 4 spot), did a don't push 'em hard, but''we became old stuff to them. As
been Georgia's exclusive beginning of the year. "The job." want boys who will work," he I the season went on their
Property since 197i. And the team played real well in the great"It wasn't anything I did" BILL POTTER desire became stronger and
victor brought the championship dual matches, but you justcan't said. "It (the SEC said.THE MAIN THING Is to stronger and they played
trophy back to ever tell" (about' the championship Potter )was somethingthey I letthe'..player* 'develop In .four SEC titles better and better. They" just'
Gainesville for the first time tournament) wanted, and they' went. ,dependently, Potter said. never stopped coming.
'
since 1969. BUT' AS THE and it:' "You can point out. little The silver-haired Potter is With ,such an attitude the
FOR HIS TEAM'S PREVIOUSLY mentioned out INDEED got, POTTER'S things but when a player looking forward to his silver Gator head for the national
REGAINING the title and facts point out things worked coaching "philosophy" (if comes,we,don't try to change anniversary as UF tennis championships the best teamat
posting a.25-2 regular season out for the best. "This is one there is such a thing), is that, his game. You have to be coach next season.. "When UF and in the ,SEC. The
record the SEC,Tennis Coach of the best seasons we've ever ability transcends :good to be on a college te1\ .you! get on top, yq y want .to, only thing! left Is .to,spread. ita'sationwide.
', unew' has, been named liad. We had< the sbilitr,to coaching playing ability. To be a these days." ....>. keep-winning, ht'said.-{ .- .'.". ',the Anrgator'UF'; Coach of come through when it
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Darryl Dawkins was wearing a white tux and a black,velvet Live Music Featuring: Daddy Reese
bow tie Saturday when he signed with the Philadelphia 76ers
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of the National Basketball Association. In fact, Dawkins enjoy our
looked like million dollars
a literally. '
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The 6-10, 248-pounder from Orlando'Evans High School
agreed to a seven-year, million dollar pact to become the first "
player to sign directly out of high school with the NBA. '

"I'M NOT NERVOUS at all." Dawkins said Saturday

..... after following the lead of Moses Malone who last year signed
with the Utah Stars of the American Basketball Association. GR

Dawkins plans to put his new-found wealth to good use. He
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out of the project she's"staying in now," and he also wants to
buy some clothes for his sister and three brothers.

One thing Dawkins won't have to worry about buying will Mon-Tues-Wed
be his college education : his contract provides that his
schooling will be paid for. ONLY!

"I LIKE TO rebound. I think I have a jump shot," 8 Track Stereo
Dawkins said when asked to describe himself as a player.
When questioned on his weaknesses,he said,"I got some, but
I wouldn't say 'em."

Jack McMahon, who first scouted the soft-spoken 18-year- Exfrtniely compact, yet produces rt big 10 watt
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The Alligator's May Cannon incorrectly stated < JABONUS
27 story on the Regents that women get 80
budget proposal which scholarships. The correct l
would affect women's figure is 22. The Alligator
sports, writer Keith regrets the error.Green .
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1 ANY SPARKOMATICCAR INSTALLATION OF

(from page 15) the Gator camp in early tall. ABOVE UNIT AND
He asked Ralph Ortega SPEAKER SET
in 1975. He's got those what exactly a linebackers job
\ thousand-ard legs. was all about. Of course, he SPARKOMATIC SPEAKERS
I Yes. he's got those legs and did admit he wasn't a
the mo\'es'of a hooker wheri "student of football V2 PRICE '
REGULAR PRICE
he runs. But even some fail to That nukes it okay, one 2
see moves us blatant as his. would, suppose
In this year's pre-season An d it must be okay Green
voting by the sports writers of wasn't mentioned by the
. _' the SECt Tony Green's name official SEC pre-season team. / OUND 'n
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