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Florida Alligator JUNE 3 1975VL.67N.147,

I uoluhed by Campus Communications, Inc.. Gainesville Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida J

Shands strained by poor I


By DEBBIE IBERT Regent Marshall Harris who toured the J. a teaching hospital" Daniel commented..
Alligator Staff Writer Hillis Miller Health Center two months ago "It's regretable, but a fact of life."
FORT LAUDERDALE- WT. Shands agreed that "we can not afford to provide Regents Chairman Marshall Criser pointedout
Teaching Hospital can no longer afford to socialized medicine to a five-county area." that Shands is "a last resort for the very
accept every indigent patient referred by Despite the efforts of a professional sick" who are referred there for its superior
doctors the hospital director told the Boardof collection agency the regents finance medical expertise.
Regents Monday committee found that 10,176 bills-totaling "This is not the kind of facility that can
"We're at the point where we'll have to 5851,000-could not be collected due to'the close its doors. The burden (of unpaid bills) is
refuse some referrals," Wayne Herhold said, patients' inability to pay. one the state must properly handle," Criser
r and suggested a major change in policy by Committee chairman J.J. Daniel explainedthe said.
limiting the number of poor patients the hospital got stuck with thousands of Herhold.. however asked the regents to
z s.MARSHALL hospital treats. delinquent accounts because some referral develop a policy to financially screen non-
Herhold made his remarks moments before patients were disabled on welfare or died emergency patients and cut down on the
HARRIS the regents agreed to write off$851,000 worthof without leaving a source of income to pay number of referrals ,who can not pay their

I .hospital can't serve all the poor bills not collected in six months by the their bills. bills.
hospital. "It's one of the burdens you have to pay for (See 'Shands, page four)

:' Soupy Sales revisited---here's pie in your eye I

L"ft: .f'::' By FRANK RINELLA "WE WERE GOING TO do it about a month ago, but we

\1 Alligator Staff Writer decided to wait until now, and break the monotony of dead
h / J"1 tfir week," the pie pusher said.
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,1 '; .::" : Dr.Thomas Boswell was faced with that problem yesterday "Maybe it will start a new fad something like streaking."
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when a little slap-stick comedy was added to his Geography he said.
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THE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR was hit in the face with a
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Honor Court
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,1.lid. this guy was standing there with this pie," Boswell said.
"He asked me if I was Dr. Boswell and I said yes. Then he
1 -' :<}t' said this is for you and held out this pie. When I put out my drops chargesBy

hands to take it he caught me with my defenses down and,
pushed it into my face." Boswell explained."IT .
) WAS A COMPLETE surprise. At first there was dead ,
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) silence but after I started to laugh the whole class broke out in
laughter" he said. The UF Honor Court has dropped charges against 21.
<, T The pie thrower ran off immediately after he shoved the pie students involved in the recent cheating scandal Honor
\ in Boswell's face. Court Chancellor Byron Petersen revealed Monday.
Boswell said he did not have any idea who was behind the: Petersen had already announced over the weekend that
incident and would not recognize his assailant if he saw him charges had been dropped against some of the 47 students
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', again. facing ourt trial, but had refused to release the numbers
1"1.., <0,, 1 HOWEVER, BOSWELL said he was starting to have his until Monday.
; ,, suspicions.The "IT'S ABOUT time," ,was the only reason
pie thrower, who asked to remain anonymous, said he Petersen would give for releasing the numbers now
':f,: did it 'for some 'friends in the class. Although the charges have been dropped against the 21
:1'i 1. "We did it, as a joke," he said. '
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r v. O'Malley is impeached I

TALLAHASSEE Fla. (UPI>-The House vestment In real estate to construct a home O'Malley, armed with cancelled checks and
impeached Treasurer-Insurance Com office building in Jacksonville. other material furnished by the treasurer'sstaff
missioner Tom O'Malley Monday but the Earlier, the House had reduced the first over the weekend.
attorney general's office said he need not article to a misdemeanor from the more Rep., William Andrews. D-Gainesville,
surrender the job until the charge is formally serious one of accepting unlawful com argued that the House had no direct evidencethe
presented to the Senate. pensation.In nearly $1,000 contribution from Independent
The 'vote was 104.15 on a charge that the midst of the proceeding. Attorney Life Insurance Co. executives
O'Malley' committed a misdemeanor in office General Robert Shevin's office issued an influenced any official act of O'Malley.But .

by accepting a. cash contribution from opinion that while impeachment
I executives of an insurance company.The automatically suspends O'Malley, it does not Rep Carl.Odgen, D-Jacksonville, saidit
I House voted 91.9 for a second impeachment actually take effect until filed with the Senate. was not necessary to prove this although it
article that he committed perjury That had the effect of delaying the official did happen that Independent Life had a
i by failing to report the cash contribution. suspension until final action on all 11 impeachment matter pending before O'Malley at the time
5 I Approved 97.19 was a third impeachment articles. he asked for and received the contribution.
I article charging that O'Malley illegally let the The House lulled a move by Rep. Gwen "Under no circumstances'can we allow a
- --! nearly $1,000 contribution influence his Cherry, D-Miami, to censure O'Malley instead man with life and death power over an industry
TOM O'MALLEY decision in Independent Life's application to of impeaching him and then waded to do that," said Ogden who is in the

.can continue as Treasurer exceed the 10 per cent limitation on its in- through a last minute move by defenders ofSdtJune70:30pm insurance business.

tuesdayy 7 Israel to pull back from SuezJERUSALEM I

(UPI)- Israel said Monday it will withdraw tribution to the process that the U.S. is attempting .to en
half of its troops and even more of its weapons from the Sinai courage."
orders prisonto desert front lines as a gesture of goodwill toward Egypt Egypt scheduled the.reopening of the watet way for
coinciding with the reopening of the Suez Canal. Thursday, eight years to the day since the Egyptians closed it
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said at a news conference he at the start of the 1967 Middle East war. Israel seized the
'sentence ChristianTALLAHASSEE expected Egypt to reciprocate by permitting cargo bound for Sinai territory from Egypt during that war.
Israel to sail through the canal.In Rabin said Israel will pullout half its 7,000 troops, all 36 of
Fla.UPIFormer( Education Commissioner Salzburg. Austria where Egyptian President'' Anwar its 122mm cannons and half of Us 30 tanks up to a distance of
Floyd Christian who pleaded guilty to invading Sadat is meeting with President Ford, Egyptian officials said 25 miles east of the canal.
income taxes on kickbacks was committed to the federal the Israeli action is a step toward peace if it is "genuine and All missiles but the anti-tank variety will be withdrawn to a
prison in Texarkana, Tex.. Monday for examination prior to not an empty move for propaganda purposes." line 25 miles from the border of the U.N. buffer zone 13 miles
final sentencing.. They said further study would be needed Egypt decides east of the canal, he said.
U.S. District ,Judge Clarence W. Allgood said he was whether to make a "positive response" such as allowing The reduction will be the first Israeli withdrawal of forces
unable to reach a fair conclusion in Christian's case and Israeli cargo to pass through the canal on ships of. other facing the Egyptians since the troop disengagement accord
ordered him to report to Texarkana by'July 2 for a 90-day<< nations. mediated between Israel and Egypt by Kissinger in January
evaluation and examination by penologists Allgood said the Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told a Salzburg news 1974.
officials then will recommend a sentence to the court. conference the constructive move "has clearly the in- The reduction of forces at the sandy front is of little military
He said. "I've been unable to make a determination that I tention of easing possible Egyptian concern about Israeli significance because Israeli guns in the zone are out of range
could live with and be satisfied with." artillery in range of the canal." He called: it"a helpful con of the canal sources said.

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,.. "" Budget crisis; ; overfed, but outlook not bright;..... I

By STUART EMMRICH proximately$136,000 Monday to use for additional graduateand
Alligator Staff Writer "l" undergraduate assistantships. .
The State University System budget passed by the Hemp explained the new total of about $1.4 million wouldbe
legislature will avert,any "financial emergency" at UF next used to bring all the UF colleges up to 75 per cent of the
year but money problems remain. number of graduate assistants employed this year.
Inadequate salaries for faculty, too few teachers and a 1 HAROLD HANSON He added UF was funding the colleges at 20 per cent of
shortage of funds for graduate support and crippled l libraries their-1974.75 undergraduate assistants which he said would
still face UF officials next year. .. 'it's going to be,tough' "be enough to get started" until it is determined how much
THINGS ARE going to be tough," UF Executive Vice money is available.
President Harold Hanson said. HEMP SAID the budget passed by the legislature would be
Hanson said the $364, million budget passed by the a 4 "enough to take care of a little bit of inflation" but added he
legislature Friday is"better than the governor's budget,but it did not expect it to make a great deal of difference in the
is still not good." number of faculty employed."If .
.r we find there are enough funds to do something about
Gov. Reubin Askew recommended a budget for the :JIIIIr.- --
universities that kept expenses at this'year's level but the than this year almost half of that increases will be taken up in the departments hit hardest then we'will do it, but it is not
legislature voted to appropriate an additional five per cent. unfunded utility costs and $1.9 million in increased paymentof going to be a good year."
retirement benefits.WHATEVER .Kenneth Tefertiller vice president of IFAS said IFAS was
THE TOTAL budget for UF is approximately$157 million IS left will be spread among the UF collegesto "pleased" with the $33 million allocation it received.
which includes appropriations for Educational and General try to patch up some of the damage done by this year's tight TEFERTILLER SAID IFAS had not requested any funds
(E&G), $65 million; Institute of Food and Agricultural budget and freeze on hiring. fcr new programs but had just wanted enough "to keep
Sciences $33 million; J. Hillis Miller Health Center $19 UF officials point to departments like English and operating at the same level as this year."
million; Veterinary Medicine $844,000; William Shands Mathematics as two of the areas that are in "critical" need of He said the 3 per cent increase would go toward helping
Teacoing Hospital,$28 million; and Engineering' Industrial some additional faculty if funds are available. deal with rising inflation. '
Experiment Station $10 million according: to Carol Walters Hanson said he would know in about a month if UF wouldbe Like the other budget's the funds for IFAS have been
of the regents planning office. able to hire any new teachers most likely interim instructors appropriated'In a lump sum by the legislature.
Funds for the general education budget is approximately to alleviate'some of the problems. Tefertiller said he was not sure yet how the flexibilty would
$14.5: million higher than the amount spent this past year. GENE HEMP, interim assistant vice president for be used, but said he hoped it would allow them to "use the
Almost half of the increase will come from raised tuition rates academic affairs said Hanson granted him a release of ap money we have more effectively."
scheduled to go into effect in the fall.
Allocations to the universities will be based on four-quarter I
enrollments of 1974-75 except'for the University of North, Senate passes IFAS palm grant
Florida, a school expected to jump in enrollment next year
which will receive its allocation based 'projected
on Tallahassee-The Senate passed Monday and sent to Gov. the full senate but was soon put on the special list of bills to
enrollments, Walters said.APPROXIMATELY .
Reubin Askew a$653,235 grant to UF's Institute of Food and be debated today.
$2 million will be held' in reserve by Agricultural Sciences to study lethal palm tree yellowing but The Regents'proposed fee increase tor next fall was absent
the Board of Regents to make adjustments. enrollment scores of other higher education bills remained in limbo. from the calendar of bills to be debated today.It .
figures next year, she said. With the hope of an early adjournment all but forgotten, automatically becomes law if the legislature doesn't act.
,Utility costs, still an uncertain factor in next year's the senate plodded through about 50 bills while the house Bylaw the legislature must end its session by Friday.
operating budget,will be partially offset by a reserve of.of$1 spent the day considering impeachment of State Treasurerand Up until last week legislators hoped to end the session by
million for UF. Insurance Commissioner Thomas D. O'Malley. Monday but the impeachment process will keep the
Although UF will receive approximately $3.7 million more. A bill to add three students to the Board of Regents was in lawmakers busy at least through today.

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.4,lndpndnt Florida Alligator Tuesday,June 3. It7S

Regents: take 36 degree programs off probation

-.ByDEBBICIBERf Under the proposal the regents -wduld' monitor SUS implementation of new programs unless an old one was

Alligator Staff Writer 1 programs to see if they fell one-third below the national eliminated.The .
universities however
Fort Lauderdale Thirty-six "underproductive" degree ,average of degrees granted in that field. presidents of the newer pomid
programs at UF received a reprieve from the Board of An outside evaluation team would then study the program out that their institutions had no -old. programs' to get rid of
Regents Monday: 4 comparing it to similar programs at other universities to before adding new ones.
The regents took all programs in the State University 4 decide: if the program should !be;? kept intact,...altered .or A rule to prohibit athletic programs from using funds
System(SUS)off probation and decided to search for another 4 dropped.IN: allocated for academic purposes was postponed to allow for
method of determing program quality. OTHER action the board lifted an "absolute more input and study on the proposal.,
CURRENTLY,a program's worth is based on the numberof I moratorium" on new degree programs in the ..SUS,'"but Also postponed until a future.meeting was a controversial
degrees it generates,which regents and university officials !specified,that,the planning of new programs would, mean de. rule,to permit universities t to lay off faculty -"tenured' nd
,' t nontenured alike on shorter notice lit times of financial
alike consider an inadequate criterion for deciding to continue 4 emphasizing others. /
or terminate programs. Under the moratorium,the regents would not consider1 the, emergency.
"Quantity evaluation is not the best approach(for'judginga
program's quality)," Regents Chairman Marshall Criser J
\aid. "But some program control is absolutely essential. Charges .
There is no way programs can be established for 40 years and
have nobody look at them." from page one) College of Business Administration.
The regents agreed to shift away from degree productivityas students Petersen said their cases are still in an "active Petersen said he did not think the investigation would go
the sole criterion tor measuring program quality and tile" and charges could be refiled if "probable cause" is beyond the business college but added he was not ruling :
charged the Council of Academic Vice Presidents with determined.The out that possibilty.He .
developing an alternative in time for the next regent's meeting records of the students who had charges droppedalso said the jury would have the power to compel
in July.A will have their records un-flagged. Petersen:said. students to testify under the threat of contempt orders.
COMMITTEE appointed by UF Vice President for PETERSEN ALSO said a grand jury of elected Honor The investigations into cheating have been "going on
Academic AtTain Robert Bryan has already suggested an Court justices would be convened this summer to conductan too long" Petersen said adding he hoped the grand jury
alternative to the current evaluation procedure. investigation into allegd widespread cheating in the UF would be able to clear them up by the end of the summer.


(from page one) for indigent patients-leaving $4 million that are "not motivated to pay their share," Herhold continued which accounts for
must either be paid by the patient's resident Herhold said: millions of dollars worth of unpaid bills per
county or written off as a bad debt. A bill passed by legislature solved the year.
"We should try to do as much as we can for Herhold suggested that counties take problem of counties adjacent to Alachua Some of the problem illnesses referred to
indigent patients." Herhold said. "But we "much more responsibility" for indigent County tending their patients to Shands by the hospital are needed to provide medical
must make a cut off at some pont, patients' medical bills before the patient is ambulance. The,counties had found it was students with 'a varietyof cases to ,study
The hospitai's average billings for a year admitted.As "cheaper to buy ambulances than pay for Herhold said and these "educational
amount to approximately $20 million the long as the counties know the hospitalwill their own health care," Herhold added. necessities" would have to'be considered
director estimated. care for the referrals and the state will But the bill didn't prevent physicians from when establishing "a definite amount of
About 20 per cent of the care provided is "eventually" take care of the bills counties referring indigent patients to the hospital. indigent care" the hospital will handle.

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Florida Alligator,Twotday,Jun.3, 1t75, Pago S

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By LESLIE GOLAY operation will be selling i coupons to used as cash for which is part of the Wometco big success: then they'll
Alligator Staff Writer individual tickets at Constans i various priced shows.' chain will be valid at all probably come into it next
for $1.50 each, according to ''The discounts must be, Wometco theatres in Florida. year." he said. '
Tom Curtis 2 ,UC, the j I purchased at Constans Curtis said he also ap- Curtis said he might try the
Another local movie theater Student Goverment Con., Theatre and will be valid for proached the Royal Park drive-in theaters next to see If
will soon be offering ticket sumer Affairs member' who discounts: to,all UF' students. organized the program..
Starting July 1, the ,Plaza Instead of selling individual i not being good, Curtis said. "They'll probably see howit 15 cents per ticket will be paid
theater will sell ticket tickets the Plaza will sell ,a Coupons for the, Plaza goes this year and if it's a by SG.
discount coupons, at 'the book of $6 worth of couponsfor ..
Constans Theater. $4.The. '
The Center which already'has coupon book will Degree no. 100,000 .
a discount program in contain dollar and SO cent '

. given on graduation day : .

Preiser By BILL FLUAA are 3,200 degree candidates now, but the
to give Alligator Staff Writer ,number posted. is tentative until ,final 'grades are

At spring quarter graduation on June 14, VOYLES SAID ONLY 35 to,40 per cent of
: 'growth experience'"Knowledge :UF will confer its 100.000th degree. the graduating seniors usually; attend
According to UF Executive Vice President graduation. He'added this, figure has been
Harold Hanson this landmark shows the constant for the last few years
dimension of education: at UF. Hanson said Students not attending graduation may
: through Experience" will be "We all have the'same thoughts and once the actual ,number, is not, important except pick up their diplomas until a few days after
the subject of a presentation given'by Randy we are free from the little voice in our heads that' it shows an interesting contribution of graduation.The diplomas will then be mailed
Preiser Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at McCarty we will be able to be ourselves,'* Preiser said. UF to the'state. to the student's home addresses,"Voyles said.
Aduitorium. "You can have all the intellectual knowledge THE GRADUATION PROCESSION will Each student receives individual
required for a decision but until'you'have it begin at .9 ..iri. Saturday 'and. the actual recognition at graduation he''said. This
Preiser. originator of the "48-hour, growth in your gut you're head tripping:'* ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. at the Florida includes walking across the stage their nameis
experience," said he will use experiments Preiser's presentation is part of a series of Gym. ceremonies will l approximately called shaking hands with the dean of their
group,demonstrations and games "designedto lectures demonstrating, the integration of three hours. college and finally shaking the hand of UP
awaken us as to how we keep ourselves Eastern and,Western approaches to personal The main speaker will be Rep. Paul G.. President Robert Q. Marston. Voyles said a
caught(;up in everyday problems and how to growth and psychological change. The seriesis Rogers, D-West Palm ,Beach. because of this attention many graduating '

get, free" .;:,at. the presentation,, sponsored by the UF Counseling Center .,. University, Registrar" L\0. Voyles said there 'students choose not to tend graduation.

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eye solar/ energy for UF: .

ByTERRISALT slid "In order to save money, we need money to
cynical" because many clients are only concerned. with the Hanson
Alligator Staff Writer initial cost."THEY start out with."
UF engineers, architects and administrators gathered in BUILD CHEAP and then sell," Wagner said.. Therefore, he said federal or state funds' are needed to
the UF president's meeting room Monday to discuss use of Therefore, they're not interested in sofas energy, which has a establish a new system at UF. .
solar energy on campus to make UF a "model university." greater installation cost.. HANSON SAID UF has the expertise to create anew
The group talked about short and long range solutions to A permanent owner like UF, which'does not build only to energy system, and with the help and i influence of the Florida
the energy problem. sell and make profit would be an, "ideal client" Wagner Power Co., perhaps the state can b*convinced: to finance the-
"WE'RE ALL DEADLY serious about the need to put added. venture. '
together proposal..which will put this university into a Dr. Erich Farber, director of UF's solar energy and energy With the funding.Sislcr said UF could become a model for'
pioneering role" Dr. Harold Hanson, UF executive vice conversion laboratory,said, "There isan increased initial cost "handling and consuming energy." and "organizing our
president, said. within the energy budget.JYE. .
but it will pay back over the years. lives" to
"We have three buildings that are just starting off and if FARBER SAID HE could install solar air conditioningunits
energy is too expensive three yean from now, we have a real immediately but "it's hard to estimate cost," adding
serious problem." Hanson explained. solar energy installation is approximately two to five times the .
Howard Underberger, assistant professor of building cost of conventional systems. .
construction, said, "I think there's an awful lot of planningand T.I. Wetherington, manager of Florida Power Company'senergy
studying and not enough doing." conservation research, listened to the discussion and
DR. JOSEPH WATTLEWORTU, professor of civil offered advice.
engineering, has organized a committee that is writing a
"We need to look at ways to .save energy we're normally
proposal to cut down the amount of UFs future energy needs. throwing away," he said. .
The proposal, which describes new building designs, SOLAR ENERGY COULD provide "sensible cooling'but ;
climate control in UF buildings, and transportation systems, "
he added. <
not necessarily dehumidifying ,, -
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should be completed by Wednesday, Wattleworth said. Therefore he suggested using solar energy to "supplementthe .{
Then he plans to go to Washington to "bounce it off some heating and cooling load." j'jtj
people there and get their reaction to it." Dr. Harry Sisler dean: of the graduate school,said there are
WATTLEWORTH'S COMMITTEE has discussed other where could be
many areas on campus energy waste
staggering class hours and schedules as a possible energy- eliminated.

saver. SISLER SAID SOME buildings on campus have cut downon
Hanson said using new energy sources such as solar energy their lighting and are still operating perfectly. "
could make UF a model for the state and nation while solving Hanson, said he's also very interested in nuclear power,
critical energy needs. adding no energy sources should be ruled out. '
William Wagner, UF director of the Architecture and Fine The group agreed alternate energy sources: must be found.
Art's bureau of research,'said the building industry is "quite HOWEVER THERE IS a problem of money.

I Tenure plan termed 'devious'', ,!

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By LINDA WISNIEWsKi university, Dr. Mel New, UF chapter president of, UFF
Alligator Staff Writer said.New
added the regents have been using information from !lit
A tenure quota system has been,"deviously" established bye state universities concerning the percentage of tenured faculty 'fI xp
.. Board of Regents, according to one of UF collective "as part of the'tenure evaluation process." I
rgaining group. THE POLICY WAS established "without proper
Ben Stevens ,United Faculty of Florida (UFF) state notification of policy change" he said.. \ .
airman for political action, Monday charged the regents at UFF will seek to have the new policy invalidated under the .' I
sir Fort Lauderdale meeting with establishing a quota Administrative Procedures Act (APA), he said. "-" :.....t.-
tem. which would determine the percentage of tenured According to the APA "there should have been a full public "
:ulty in a department. hearing before the law was changed," but New said there was j.
STEVENS TERMED the system "illegal." none. photo by andy newman
\ UF statement quoted a June 2 Regents Personnel UFF WILL"DO EVERYTHING it can to prevent a tenure'
nmittee letter to Florida International. University as saying quota system from being established in Florida,"he said. Bicycling BirdsIt's
percentage of tenured faculty members had been Dr. Frank Wood, member of the University Professors for
:rmined within each college and department at the Miami Academic Order, said he would neither "defend or attack UF
01. and the Board of Regents"without knowning more about the
he Alligator has not been able to verify the letter. proposed tenure policy.Dr. been more than three weeks now since Judy
HE REGENTS DID NOT react specifically to Stevens'. Knox Millsaps, vice president of the local American Schiff, 1 UC discovered a bird's nest complete with
ement dthough they did postpone action on establishing a Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter said four eggs in her bicycle carrying case. So far threeof
ire quota policy. AAUP is "opposed to any tenure quotas" but was "not officially the eggs have hatched and Mama bird keeps
'OFF has protested the "devious" establishment of aware that any had been imposed."I watch over the remaining one. Needless to say,
tricting the number of tenured faculty an unannounced personally don't see how the announcement of the Judy rides slowly over bumps.You've
:entage," since the regents decided in April to consider a percentage of tenured faculty (in a department) would
*y to have a- certain percentage of tenured positons at a establish a tenure quota system," Millsaps said. .


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4 Overton said'he was confident that beer profits.." Overton said.
We will be textbooks
j. buying licenses would be issued in Servomation'sname "We'll probably pay depreciation costs on
both for the Rat and the new Orangeand equipment they(SG)install,.such as sound or
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stallation of new ovens and display cases
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: June 9 food service that's going to get the the Faculty Club operated the Rat.a
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.tik -Robert Overton membership was restricted to UF faculty,
k staff'and students.
So bring in your books after THE FACULTY CLUB relinquished its
Overton said he felt sure the Rat would beer )license for the Rat in April when
reopen for entertainment and beer service at overdue bills totalling $9,000 were found.
the 9th if you\ want a little night in the fall, but night entertainment will Servomation assumed management of the
be uncertain this summer. Rat until it could get a beer license in its own
"The summer we'll work it on'a week-to- name.
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Ruderalis go unmentioned. A.close-up of Cannabis'I.'.
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... By JEFFREY CASTALINE couple of cases. One problem with this defense is that you species a sample of marijuana' belongs to. \
Alligator Staff Writer have to include in. your argument before the court thatmarijuana "You must see the entire plant to tell where it belongs in its.
is involved even if it is of a different species. family genus.
The latest shipment of "Killer Weed" may not only be The question being argued is whether the law, covers only .ALLEN SAID he did not recommend trying marijuanabased
potent but legal. one species or whether the law'' is meant to be freely in- on the assumption that it is not a species mentioned in '
Under FLorida'law, only Cannabis sativa the third most terpretated by the presiding judge. Florida's laws.
potent of four species of marijuana is specifically prohibited.In IN 1972, in Dade County Florida Ruby D. Wilcox was The'question is hypothetical and not meant to be construed
a lecture at UF Dr. Larry Anderson Florida charged with sale and possession of.marijuana. Her attorneys as a "go ahead"to test Florida's laws he said '
State University botany professor discussed a number of successfully argued the condition of the evidence (the alleged Anderson said "I'm not sure myself what the legislature'
"legal technicalities": relating to the way Florida pot laws are marijuana was chopped up and kept in a plastic bag)made it intended originally. In early copies of the bill to' make
written and interpreted. impossible to determine whether it was Cannabis sativa or one marijuana illegal the species indica and ruderalis were in.
Anderson said "There are species of marijuana other than of the other "legal" species. cluded. When he final draft of the bill was placed before the
Cannabis sativa (which is the only one mentioned in Florida's According to Allen,there is only one way to determine what house for a final vote these two species had been deleted."

Drug Abuse Law)that have the same or stronger effect on the .
user and are not covered by any statutes or laws in use in I

Florida. .
Although Anderson said he had no position on the use of Bond takes ill ,Julian Bond. Georgia state representative, cancelled his
marijuana, he believes Florida should define what it intendsto speaking engagement last night, because he 'had.a kidney.
infection and in Atlanta
was an hospital.
makerillegal; with the same precision a botanist uses when
writing technical reports. Bond ,cancelled all other speaking engagements until
further notice. He said he will reschedule
engagement wjth
ANDERSON SAID there are four species of marijuanathat
cart\ be readily identified as seperate members of the cancels lecture the University College (UC) Student Council sometime next '
Fall at the of $650
same price according to Neal Marks
family Cannabaceae. They are; Cannabis sative. Cannabis:
of the UC council.
president ,
indica. Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis giganticus.
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Mike Carr, former Edward Gurney and

Richard Nixon campaign worker, admitted earlyin
1973 that he allowed the FBI to use his
Gainesville home to spy on the Vietnam Veterans

Against the War headquarters across the street, he

was merely revealing the tip of an iceberg.
Since then data about federal 'spying'on private

citizens has first trickled and then flooded into the

public eye via accounts by defecting FBI, CIA and
Internal Revenue Service agents indicating that in

the past decade various federal bodies have,.

almost at whim, kept intelligence files on literally'
hundreds of thousands of Americans.A .
recent investigation showed that at least .22

government agencies have used wire taps to gather EUN6

information on Americans. These included the CLAY

obvious FBI and CIA, but also some unusuals like

the Postal Service, the Office for Civil

Preparedness and the Defense Supply Agency

Details of massive government spying have been
OSHA sends its
well documented in recent months, and include: out swarmsAn

Public admission that the CIA has kept secret

files: on more than, 10,000 Americans, spied on| ,
political dissident groups and opened the mail of employe of the Atlas Roofing Company in North Second you will notice that nowhere in all of this'is there
private citizens. Carolina intentionally removed a safety guard covering a hole provision for a jury trial. That's okay. Nobody in Washingtonreads
The US Army's use of 1,500 agents to spy on in the roof of a building under construction. He then committed the Bill of Rights anyway.
Another of OSHA's nice features is the given to the
by jumping through the now unguarded hole. power
than 100,000 Americans in the late 1960'sIRS
more Shortly thereafter agents of the omnibenevolent state Secretary of Labor to promulgate regulations with the force of
monitoring at the request of the White appeared on the scene, citation in hand fining the company law. The secretary has been a busy lad thus far.
House the tax records of 3,000 groups and 8,000 tor failing to maintain a safety guard over a hole in the roof.It .
individuals, including the Urban League, sounds like some sort of bizarre mix between George
Americans forbemocratic Action and the National Orwell and the Marx Brothers. Actually, it's the just the BRIAN. DONERLY
United States in .
government operation.The
Council of Churches:
agents of the state were just good ol' boys from the U.S.
FBI surveillance of thousands of senators, Department of Labor. They were enforcing the Occupational OPINION
congressmen, federal and state officials and Safety and Health Act. (OSHA).
private citizens who participated in Earth Day Another of OSHA's more brilliant triumphs involved the ,
ceremonies in April 1970. Beall Construction Company of Lincoln Nebraska. The There have been approximately 100,000 such safety
indicate company received a $244 tine for an alleged violation which it standards promulgated.. One of the .more sensible ones
And there is mounting evidence to that
did not contest. prohibited putting ice in direct contact with ice water. That
the network of intelligence gathering is filtering However. Beall made the mistake of writing a letter to one particular one has been repealed but there are plenty more
down to local agencies, with federal help of course.A of his Senators supporting an amendment to OSHA. The area where that came from.
$1.3 million federal grant has established the director for OSHA called up Beall's brother several months There's not a whole lot that can be said about OSHA. In a
Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit, a nationwide later accusing him of writing a letter criticizing the act. rational world working conditions would be solely the
police organization virtually unknown to the Three days litter, federal inspectors showed up claiming concern of employer and employe. Of course there would be
that the original violation had not been abated. This resultedin no such thing as a Secretary of Labor in a rational world.It .
public, that has massed a computerized intelligence an increase of the fine from $244 to $31,744. Imagine whatit says a lot about the direction in which this country is
file of 18,905 names. would have cost Beall if he had written to both his Senators. headed that bureaucratic monstrosities like OSHA are ac-
Finally Congress, perhaps alarmed by recent I suppose that you could find similar horror stories in the cepted without much public debate. Most of the complaintsthat
disclosures that the FBI had, i in ,the J. Edgar tiles of any government bureaucracy. But there are a few do surface come from such business-oriented groups as
things about OSHA that are unique. the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM).
Hoover files the lives of
kept on sex
years The tines are assessed by the inspectors in the field. Reviewof But after years of groveling'at the public trough for its
congressmen and senators, has begun to take the the tines is undertaken by an administrative agency, not a share of the loot the NAM's protestations against
issue of citizen surveillance' seriously. court. Only when you have gone through the administrativereview bureaucratic tyranny strike me' with the moral force of a
Congressman Charles A. Mosher, of Ohio and do you get a day i in court and only then at the ap- marshmallow

Maryland Sen. Charles Mathias, have drafted the pellate level. The best way I can think of to sumup OSHA is a quote from
There are a couple of things that are interesting about this the Declaration of
Bill of designed to Independence: "He has erected a
Rights of Procedures.Act"
; procedure. First,.the Department of Labor can assess fines of multitude of new offices and sent hither swarms of officers to
guarantee the first, fourth and, 14th* .amendment up to 51OOfpet( day fornon-abatementofthe violation while harass our people, and eat out their substance."
rights of Americans by requiring any federal agentto you're appealing.'This means that you had better, be pretty Wouldn't King George III have made a dandy Secretary of
obtain, a court order before conducting anyformof damn sure before you mess with OSHA. Labor? .

surveillance> on a private citizen.,

Thus far the bill has met with.bitter oppositionfrom Ron Cunningham David Klein '
the Ford administration which contends rrhe: Independent fdito.In-Chlef Managing Editor,

bill would destroy the governments: ability to '
Gary Bolonoff David Linhom
safeguard .security.But 'Florida Alhgator Associate Editor Layout Editorlit'
what it would in fact the' t.
destroy is abilityof L,'
any.federal agency to conduct"such intelligence ,. a. NtttIC4tt Mindll elman .I. \ 't".:::: Jody Cartin

operations ;whim. We think that's important.In :.'. iJI News Editor ( .r/.. Layout Editor
'view of Ford's opposition, important that lzlor. .... .... .. .. ... .
R.A.'Tonv': Ken: *. 'O. ,Y. : ..,.....,.. .... .,fs neral Monag.r '.
the bill have :strong support when it comes up.for James V.Cook.r., . ...'I ':' :. "." .' .......... ... ..lfan1"G.nerar Manager '
vote.; We call on Florida Sens. Richard Stone and .M.... Evelyn" :q 4P,1 .o. ......... .............Administrative AasI.tont ,_ Published. ,. by .
Lawton Chiles well Don to lend Anne Malphurs ...'...*... .:-1.R: .... ......r."', ',' . ., . 0, . Bookkeeper r.'HmiHis; f.;:'
as as Rep. Fuqua. C.Roy Shipp .'.. 0 .i. ..',.t 1 r,I..'. ..' .1.t, ,. .,. ,O i i'ft., .. ." . ..BusinessMonag.r '
their support to, the ,measure. Tom MocNomoro .:. .".0. s J'M.\. 0 ": ..... .. ...r.... ... .. . . ,Accountant P.O. Sovj"'13366, University
America's 200th ..birthday is just around the Roy McG.Jr. . .. or: ;.: .Rt. .. .... . . . . . ,Advertising Station. Gainesville florid with
Donna Lubrano . .... : :" . . . .. . . . .. Advertising Manager offices f behind the College Inn
corner.The prospect of celebrating the spirit of 76 .k.ey Harper 0 . . . . . . ... ... . ,Special o SecHons Coordinator 1726 West University Avenue.
in an' atmosphere of 1984 seems particularly Lynda Homier, . . .o. .. ., . . . Advertiling Production Coordinator Business Office phone: :376-4446.
abhorrent ,in .country founded ,on' libertarian Lynn Sold.r. . . . . '... . .0 . . . .Editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 3764i*
.a 'JI", Esposito..........'. 0 .. ...,\. . -. . ... .... . .Editorial Production Manager Advertising and ProductionDtporlmentf
principles., : Glenda Martin.'.,..v...'." I ....,.r,.'.,.0. ....,..?.. .Circulation 3 Claulfled Manager Manager, 3764432.Paao .

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lndpndnt Florida Alligator Tuesday,June 3,1975,"Papa 11
CDS volunteer

Semi-naked females

work satisfying may ,

EDITORi Since I am the volunteer at the Corner Drug leave themselves vulnerable
Store with the most tenure, it seems logical for me to attempta

definitive rebuttal to Murray Daw's letter recommendingthat EDITOR .The rapist may attack the most captors. crime areas risk rape justas
Student Government not give funds to the Corner Drug following are criticisms of vulnerable and un- THE SLOGAN THAT men who behave
Store. Mary T. Pavlovski's provocative target it is "no woman deserves to be 'similarly risk mugging.
The recommendation itself may or may not be a good one communication of May possible that he arouses raped" is' intrinsicallycorrect Their situation is
since relatively few college students use the CDS facilities 21. They are not intendedas himself or is aroused by but 'is frequently analogous to the
except tor'the ride: clearing board. expert testimony but as watching the semi-naked used to obscure the very homeowner who takes a
But theCDS enriches the lives ,of many volunteers, in. personal opinions offeredto females parading before important !issue of per long vacation without
cluding me, who are college students. That must be worth stimulate an him daily. sonal responsibility for cancelling his newspaperor
something.The educational exchange ,of IT IS ALSO reasonableto one's action. Obviously milk deliveries or
stated reasons for his recommendation though are not ideas. suspect that the organized society is imperfect locking his doors. They do
good ones. For instance the paucity of drug contacts. To assert that testimonies of convicted or and cannot protect not deserve to be the
Murray's time spent per week at the CDS was 1.8 per cent "provocative" dress has even "rehabilitated" honest citizens from crime. victims of the criminals,
of the total. A rate of three drug contacts in three months of little to do with rape" rapists cited by Pavlovskiare Women who drink or drug but they leave themselves
volunteering would if a good indicatioq of the average, yield reveals an inadequate not truthful but themselves to the point of vulnerable to the crime.
55.5 contacts a month for the CDS as'a whole. To me this is understanding of male designed to ingratiate helplessness, hitchhike, or
!significant, not negligible. sexuality. Although the themselves with their walk unprotected in high- Frederick J.Shaw Jr.

Murray does bring attention to a valid problem when he ...., -. It ...._.
complains about feeling like a babysittrr for transients. l_ "_" '
Coping with transients has been difficult and not only at the -

CDS.But in the last year the problem has diminished greatly.at
the CDS through volunteer and staff cooperation. This is a
probelm in the process of solution. riT !
I volunteer at the CDS because it helps satisfy a desire to A.
help others in a meaningful way and because I have found
!some cherished friends to work with.' If these. incentives A"
ceased I would leave. _
Perhaps Murray's needs were not satisfied. I am sorry he _
did not leave with the fond memories that I will leave with. .._ o.s

Richard Mankin \. r.
The Independent riy 1

Florida AlligatorTom _

Shrodcr John Moron
Aut.News Editor photo Editor // f '
Doug Hatch
Wire Editor ,
Sheila Draper Greg Fbrrtr t .
Entertainment Editor Sports Editor


: Calling all education majors.;: :; I

EDITOR: The College of Education Student Council is graduate, to stop by and talk to us. We're interested in YOUR concerns about 'the College of.
charged in its constitution with seeking, determining, and WE WANT TO see the students we purport to represent.We Education. Thanks for your interest.
representing the views of the students of the College of also need students volunteering time and effort to sit as
Education. The only way we can fulfill this charge is by voting members on committees of the College of Education, Barry Z. Davis
knowing the views needs and wishes of the students enrolledin as well as committees of the college council.If President CESC '
the College 'of Education.Our interested in volunteering for committee work please r
office is in room 321 Norman Hall; and I urge ALL stop by, or call 3926589.I can also be reached at home 392- Remember who
students in the College of Education,both undergraduate and 7587, ,,,

sponsored. her ? st,,4,

"Si M. PRESIDENt THEIR GUNBOATS THEYkE DEMANDING EDITOR As directorof did the publicity. Our
ATTACKED THE 16 BILLION the National organization should have
C o USCALLIONP .. DOLLARS Organization for Women. received credit for this. ,It)
AT DAWN! t FoR I'd like to thank you for did not. Why?
-rnEYVE TOWED THE the well-written article on I have spoken to the
THE VESSEL/ TO ( SHIP AND our, May 20 assertiveness ,reporter who covered the
PORT AND ALL training meeting. Trudy meeting and she assured
Gies excellent me'' that NOW
PERSONNEL! gave an was
REM01EPTHECREW talk and the meeting was mentioned in her story.
/ informative, entertainingand Therefore I must assumeit
w w well-attended. was'edited out. WHY?, '
I can understand
However. The cutting stories for space
Alligator's article which reasons; but when it leaves
appeared on May 22 failed ,out a basic important fact
I 'R16Hh MR PRESIDENT! NEW )t)RK CITY completely to make any' necessary, to that_story, I
WON'T mention of the fact that don't' understand at all.
TWO MARINE I : C Gies' lecture was a NOW PERHAPS THE
,C DIVISIONS ET'AY' meeting. I fail to un Alligator dislikes the
AND THE WiITH derstand why one of the National Organization for

I ; STRATEGIC THIS basic facts in a news story Women and is a bastion of
( AIR was omitted. You followedthe male chauvinists and
basics of who. what Florida Blue, Key con
where and when but left tenders. This may well be
'out WHY.IT the case but can it be usedas
COMMAND'i r WAS BY NOW's : an excuse for poor
womanpower ,that the journalism? ,
whole meeting took place. Donna Burnell
We scheduled the 'room Director
and the speaker.. and we Gainesville NOWT


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I"roJtKtd Digest Pay Own Way at UF'i L ''i

by for&ruto of/,,/ vao1 dablfpksSgYkrfIo.'v football t&et
./ "q//p' .,,,.. University of Florida athletic, depart ,"We. I now operate a 9-sport Intercollegiate Income. generated by activity accounts -
Ktlt"ffn it!nolle ft 4 impofimfmfitttHMi ment officials are working on a projected program for men and an 8- port one sales and football-related the'
to" 11/*"".Jttutir 4 two-year budget'of approximately $8 for women""said Athletic Director: Ray for more than 70 per cent of
N./l." t ,It. I nn'rs'ty Tlor". million designed to continue operation of a Graves. "This is done, without the use of total athletic department budget at the
financially self-sustaining. intercollegiate any state tax'money or'funds which are University of Florida.
The' athletic, department not only
athletic program. intended for, academic use.
--- ...", '..2.. sustained its program over the years, but
...", '. ./,. .'.\7.,...' '". it has also made major contributions to the
f .. \':/ : university terms of academic and
recreational facilities and educationalfunds
for noiwthletes. The'replacement
value of buildings and property purchased
from athletic earnings ,is assessed at
nearly ten million dollars. This includes
Florida Field, which is often used fornonathletic
vuY activities;a track facility that
b y a ln is used for both instruction and recreationby
students, faculty and staff as well as
.. for community events; and the Stadium
f that houses the College of Journalism and

.. Communications and the University'sradio
and television stations.
Over $332,000 has been contributed to
J" j academic scholarships for non-athletes' in

.:.,.......' ,1, --- --.- 'Ii.- I feat-- ,.. the past 25 years and $59400 to the Equal
From Left,Alois Adams,Marion Gfllfland,Ronald SaJffler and William Steff en ching program in the past four years. In
return, the College of Physical Education,
RECEIVE $300 AWARDS Health and Recreation allocates some
time of some of its faculty members as

4 Grad Students Named Tops coaches The athletic for-spring department sports teams.also operatesthe

University Golf Club at a loss to serve
as a. golf and swimming teaching and
Four University of Florida graduate students have been Ms. Gilliland, a Gainesville High School graduate received recreational opportunity for faculty staff
selected by'' a.faculty committee .as the outstanding graduate bachelors and masters degree from the UF and now is pursuing a and students. The athletic department
teaching assistants of the year. doctorate in English. She has taught English, speech and dramain admits students to football games for $1
Marion Gilliland and Ronald Edward Shiffler each received a number 'of schools including Westwood ,Junior High, ,per game to basketball games for 75 cents
checks for$300,and Alois Adams and Williams Lee Steffen shared Gainesville High and Valencia Community College in Orlando, as per game and to all other sports free in
the third $300 award given annually by the UF Graduate School well as the UF. She plans a teaching career. return} for their average contribution of
"I don't need to emphasize how important the graduate Shiffler is a doctoral candidate in statistics. He received his $4.40 per quarter from their Activity and
assistants are to the teaching program of a department" bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Service fee.
Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler said during the presentation Greensboro his hometown, then earned master's degrees from The final audited 1973-74 athletic department
ceremony. "They literally can make or break the instructional Bucknell University and the UF. He has taught here- for 10 budget of approximately $3.6
program in departments at the undergraduate level" quarters and Is.currently' teaching statistics for the Social million reveals I sources of income as
Sister said the Graduate Student Teaching Awards programwas Sciences. He plans a career education or in industry. follows: football ticket sales $1,868,435
Instituted last year as a way to recognize teaching excellence Adams, a doctoral candidate specializing in biophysics, hopesto ((51.3 per cent); Gator Boosters contributions -
I among the students. He said approximately 0 students were. win a post-doctoral fellowship to study and research magnetic $419,045 ((13 per cent); Student
eligible for consideration this year. aspects of living systems.The Charlestown, Ark., native has been Activity fees $3 I,2S0 ((8.3 per cent);
Under awards rules each department may nominate one involved In the UF advanced optics laboratory and in department concessions $209,531 ((5.7 per cent); race
,teaching assistant who has taught for a minimum of two quarters. physics-biophysics research.He earned a bachelor's degree cum track scholarships$206,661(5.6( per cent);
This year there were 16 nominees. laude from the University of Dallas. golf course, $136,153 ((3.7 per cent);
Then the anonymous Screening and Selection ,Committee, Steffen is a doctoral candidate in chemistry.He teaches honors football game programs, $89,662 ((2.. per
i makes final selection after monitoring.each student in a teachingsituation. general chemistry and hopes to obtain a post-doctoral fellowship cent); and intercollegiate basketball ticket -
in his ,specialization of X-ray crystalography at either the sales $78,397 ((2.1 per cent). The
The 10 criteria include enthusiasm effective use of examples University of Aokland or the Australian National University.The remaining 7.9 per cent of income comes
and personal ,experiences, 'concern for student learning, Lakeland student received a bachelor's degree with honors from from interest. Yon Hall. scholarship tag
encouragement of discussion effective pacing and receptivity to the University of Missouri and served a year in the Fiji Islands fund, football camp Florida Relays and
new ideas. with the Peace Corps. miscellaneous income.

I I Marston Clarifies Stand. on' Senate Resolution: I

The letter below.hat.been seat to Prof. Gardiner H. Myers,'chairman of the Senate's approved at the April 11 meeting of the Senate
Professional,.Relate. ,and Standards :committee, by President Robert; Marston. The resolution,to>be transmitted cbaIceUorand the ebaruceUor: desfata.caDed' '
t explaining his action to dealing with a resolution sponsored by that'committee and for' position cutbacks and hiring freezes to be applied to administrative pesttieas. as wen.
as faculty and support staff and recommended that first priority be g4vea to. replaefaui
faculty and support staffs when new funds become available. : "
Senate Committee Members Elected Dr.Manton reported to the Senate Thursday Ida actions OD the nsoIuUon. La&er In the'
letter to Prof. Myers, be emphasized his'stand. The letter follows:
!It The'UF Senate at its Thursday meeting elected. 'the following- faculty members to the ..t"fbeartldelnthe local newspaper today'(Friday, May 30)) entitled "Marston Vetoes,
committees indicated: Resolution Critical of >Is 10 misleading that a letter toyour committee toclarify
ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND TENURE-David S..Anthony Fletcher N.Baldwin,Jr., the matter seems appropriate. '_ .
Kenneth Christiansen,Max R. Langham,John- K. Mahon,WDse, R Webb' ,and.Lucille "Rather than differing with the substance the resolution as the article .
e B. Wilson. .i support all parts of it Indeed in public statements and numerous written doaaSiSl
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS AND STANDARDS-0. Ruth McQuown; Leland have strongly supported ((1)) more money to meet our academic needs ((2) redaction
Shanor, ,-and Tommy Ruth Waldo. administrative overhead at all levels and ((3)) application of freezes and cutbacks at 'tC '
ACADEMIC ADVISORY.J. Don Butterworth and Ralph Kimbrough administrative! level comparable to such actions at the teaching level
EMERGENCY ADVISORY -John S. Detweiler, J. Kenneth Watson and Sherlie Hill "Thus, it is simply not true that I either vetoed or rejected the Senate Resolution.
West. "My reason for not sending this resolution to the Chancellor is simple. By the time the
LEGISLATIVE ADVISORY Glenna Carr. Alex E.S. Green, and E.T. Smerdon resolution was passed the Chancellor had publicly announced his and the Board of
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM FACULTY SENATE COUNCIL- Cecil N. Smith. Regents concurrence with the sense of the resolution.
Election of new members to the Steering Committee members was delayed to the June "The hearsay suggestion that somehow I might find it awkward to criticize the Board
meeting because the proposed slate contained nominees who were not active members of of Regents is absurd. Surely,it's a part of my job to be critical and to transmit criticism
., the Senate. The Steering committee is the only one requiring- active membership. whenever indicated." .''uuent

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A long way from their native Southeast :Asia UFs ,:four*:
water buffaloes are living a life of luxury at their newcampus*' .
home on land belonging. :to the Institute of Food. ,and,
Agricultural Sciences.
r .A s1 ) y t Chet Robey, a graduate student doing research on the
r water buffaloes said the family of four has adjusted well to.
", their new environment.They are being pampered in the hope
they will thrive in a Florida ecosystem. Robey said. '.

AT EACH MEAL the water buffaloes are. given a wide
variety of local plants to choose from. Robey said this will
enable researchers to discover which plants the animals
prefer. '
The water buffaloes have shown a preference for water
hyacinths,which means they could be useful in clearing weed.
clogged lakes'such as Lake Alice. 1\\
THE ANIMALS can eat from 200 to 300 pound aquatic. '
plants per day. "
Dr. H.L. Popenoe. Director of International Programs
l1ff1; purchased the water buffaloes from a Toronto zoo for 3800.
,.,!14>, : The_animals were brought here earlier this year to investigateto
';;: """J .h.: the possibility of using them as a biological control of
ti;; '" plants in swampy areas where cattle will,not go.
;r, '*' Robey said the water buffaloes are affectionate animals and
make good pets.
,', ; However the large mammals may have second thoughts
'- hbout their friendly relationship with people. If water buf-
UF WATER BUFFALO photo by |john moron aloes successfully adapt to,a Florida environment they

I .... .,living a life of luxury may even become a food source tor man.Robey said.

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honda cb.-;t5I 1972 never abused yard very quiet- clean will take 148' ) 20th.407 nw 15st apt-b.373-8153 keep 8 TV Channels A weather
PLAZAO 2:15 415 $423. Inqulte 1830 nw 1st ave bet for summer with optn fall must see p trying (b-3M4 .p) channel UPI News New York

wean 6pm. or call 392-1134 ask for to appreciate 45+1-3 utll 3786576 ROOMMATE NEEDED Own room roomate needed can be male or Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on
4:05 1:00
w tali slant .,,. danny between noon 8. 12:30 pm or I ID-2tl48p) and free utilities June 11-August 31 female to share 2bdrm house with TV Channels and 9 FM and 4 AMnations
tssOUISVAR.. 10:00 leave message (.3t.l46.p) roomates 3bdrm 2bth mbl home for $285 landmark apt No. 4 3773324 liberal theatre and brodcastlng ; on the FM b.nd..UNMISITY .
CHARLESBRONSON Yamaha fg-230, 12 string acoustic near campus-couple $100 + split majors call 372.3175 after 'pm 132 CITY
guitar new cost $250, 1 yr old,.-$123 utll or-or 2 female Ig room pvt bath Large furnished duplex.. ALL nw 6th st. (bSt145)subleasing )_
377-4348 (a.St.144.p) Carl 392-1840 376-3499 leave No. (b2t utilities FREE, 150 per month Call TEUVISIONCAiUCaiNC
-11'p) 373-9813 After 5,or come by number air cond. two beds opt cloteto 5M N.MAIN ST.
queen-slit waterbed, deluxe 37741599 )
campus (b-lOt-142-p)
7 N.E. 9th St. (Ib.3t.1.-p)
custom wood tram; pad liner $43. POOLSIDE APT. great deal for
call steve cumbaa at 392-1721 summer f.m.ll.own room.cine It., LA MANCHA APT 25 pool, color tv, J
BREAKOUT weekdays before 4:30 or 378-9978 Iv. frederick gardens.carpeted-alr- furnished ..c, good parties only t1r. "I..,;--:;
message (a-3t-144-p) complete call today) 378'8491 (b- $70 lune FREE, till Aug., Iption in g
,SURFBOARD 6'." Overlln pintail 3t-148-p) fail phone 3734470 (b-4t-48-p) (jDL\ "orTtII Only S2.00

$1.2STiU 2:30 PMCXCPT great shape very fast good Florida live In a nice place this summer. female roommate summer own 1 { "I( IULI u'
SUNDAY board$50-ask for Jeff 392-8419 or 123 $140 per mo. sunken bathtub, room In 2 bdrm ac 3 blks from
Trusler hall (2t--p) privacy, trees, close to grocery campus turn apt. Vt utilities $45

N W IhfiREE/ / r ItT 24' Airstream, twin beds, ac, desk store and other services 1523 nw 7th mth avail June 15 please call 37$'
/ .OUIE V ARa and couch complete kitchen, St. 376.2464 (b-4t-l48.p) 8738 (b-5M48p) TONIGHT ONLY 7:30 10:0.0CATCH22'.

2:20 420 4:05 lit010:05 shower etc old but Immaculate sublet 2br townhouse howollan village. Sublease 1 bedroom furnished apt
cheap living asking $2250 terms- unfurnished 2 both cool 3721093. (I b- for $145 starting Aug 1 with optionto m
now.fall 378-4741 (..2t..8-p) rent for fall. Call 378-4849 after
________ ____
5:30 ( )
nR : p.m. b-4t-t48-p
Complete Waterbed For Sale All RENTS SLASHED)
J Fourty Dollars$40 Call 392-8123 (a- (Special Summer Rates) 3 bedroom furnished apt July. Aug.
It 148 p) $100 to$125 PER MO. country Village Inc. Gas water,

SAILBOAT.Scorpion.fiberglass All units, 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury AC. pool. 210 mo. 373-9940 or 373
0425 (b.3t-l"-p)
hull-dacron sailno malntence eorures. '' IS.QUITE SIMPLY
required $325 373-9441 after S (a-3t- Available for lease -through Aug. 31s.) SUMMER roomates needed. Rent r ,

148 p1) ramie View" Mobile Village 45 + */4 utll. Country Gardens Apt THE lEST AMERICAN FILM
378-4411 373-3284 Close to campus two bedroom, pool'

I Available to new tenants only! etc. Call Eric 378.0511 (b-St.146-p) I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR--rir! ; ;: :; '

O Sublet: 1 IBdrm Apt Country Manor,
(b-St-llo-p) call after 6:00: p.m. 378.9574 (bSt146 -

li//d inn look at our rental listings on houses, -p) ,
mobile home and before
opt you pay room for rent 62.50 air' furnished 919
anyone o lee Joel Bridges, realtor 404>
sw 6th ave block behind normancall
SW 4th Aye (h-f>.H7-c)
after 4pm 378-5895 rent for the
on. or two male or female to shore 3 br summer or longer. (b.5t.146-p) 11 s curs

apt OC $OS !Private room plus shore artistic, liberal, responsible female AlIXflCllSfU
!s ,...1./..,. dose t 1103 SW. 2nd Ave. Call, roomate needed own room 67.50 ww e
2 for 1 37&4XH! afar. tOO put (h.3t-144p) moth I,., utll call 373 5540 rachel 715 **** !

2BRopt.ACnc.itO5f.W 19th Lr. 1150 SW 9 St Apt. A 0(81
furnished Call 178-4301 I ufter 4 00 pm tmmmitmti
Buy one I get ,lt Sr-114-per to share large bedroom in Gator-

2br. turn. $175 no pets available, wood 2 br apt.thru august lowered KMHKIJMM.IM( Mn JUWMI HOIMt' MfMMI NnHTMW WUKimABCFLORIDA I
1 1TZXLUT June 15 option for fall bike to rates call 378-9781. (b-5M43-p) IIMI..II...;." DRSONWlllU..,IIIICIIINITIIICU''IIYCIIIY'' _aul"...'.....,

,campus call 373-435 (b'5t-1"'p) DUPLEX BEHIND NORMAN eelcTllItmL I1MI .wsNtr ___..r.ww.wsr s tw" __.__

FREE One or two bedrooms In large house HALL OWN ROOM CALL 378-4138 Y
best area of gainesville near duck or 378-9190 (D-5M45.p) _
pond 10 min., bike to school $83 Comfortable
one bedroom apartment
month 8 1.3 utilities air cond' '376- 2 blocks from campus for STATE THEATRES
1928 ( )
b-3M44p summer,rent $110.00 call |udy 373- _
Must rent 1 BR Apt AC carpet 2410 perslstantly and till one a.m.
Plzza inn. beautiful wooded area 10 minutes (b-4t-143-p) CENTER15I

from campus I,) month rent .free.
With this coupon buy any 377-7838 hurry I (b-4t-44p) Sublet: 2 br 2bath Gatorwood, apt' tat| R W. Ht If. 9:15:
1102 furnliihed carpeted I ac
f giant large or medium pizza sublet for summer 2 or 3 bdrm available June 1. Rent reduced to
at regular price and receive garage apt., furnished. 2 blacks
200-mo. Call Ira at 392-2571 or 3775491 -
f one pizza of the next smaller from campus $170 mo, come by. (b-5t.145-p) 0 sM A TRUE sronyDOTY
size with equal number of 1014W S.W. 4th Ave. (b-5t-144-p)

Ingredients FREE! One 1 br apt furnished .Ir con. near roommate. Own room In 3 BR
,o coupon per visit please. campus married couples $125 372-' house. Walk to UFo $6' + 1.3

MY- .o. MM 1627 after 5 weekdays all day utilities. No lease. 377-4158 (b5t145 -
--- ,. ,. '" ... weekends (b-4M44-p) -p) DAYTON G
twr tr tw.raw PSeven-
,r AN tr ..wA.Yw rooms to rent very close to UP also will sublease 2 bdr. country gardens
M_ I I r M .t.N, .ten N t tNA.r en there nice cottage oil convenience, nice near va + shands tune 10-sept ,1
.sneer t N .It tea ... yard also need port lime help starting RENT NEGOTIABLE call 3737313b3tl45p
rinser tw/N ten'It tN tN ..NtYr NA.w June t Coll 373-2087 (b-St-144-p) ( ) Alone
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lorry out orders 10 tens euo 2000 ,
per bo. FANNY HILL 1 .7.

Valid 6/3 thru 6/6 '1/SfJ0WIl1 1:31CLIfF

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CLOTHES Hi. .ln...pMd.nl FlorfdoUtigat.r.. '' T.,.....", June t, WS, f loge IS

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wanted for own rooms In

tw section house 50 mth and share bedroom DESPERATe -Must rent two one Students willing to pay $255 tor teem Female Roommates( ) for Fall, to .73 C.10 307 Chevy Super Van 30,000

utilities can paul 377'5497 (bSM4S duplexes. 3 blocks from and mealt thru-.mer..... ( Mock Share Master Bdrm in Beautiful" miles Engine well kept. Air' chocks,

Pi) campus summer special SI25 from campus central air, coop touting. Brandywlne Apt 2 bdrms 2 baths' new tires 2000. ,2221 NW 55tn

1nit trsitg hop 1 18r furn apt ac to sublet. Walk or month 3719267 I"(b.t'147.p It I"S 17) NW 3rd Place 5.a_ Clo./ 372-9328 (c-9M33-p! ) WO mo. + 1-3: utll,or Rent negot for Terrace 372.7471. (g-4t.148'p)

ttiO W. Univortlty bike to UFo Avail June I). $1M JUNE RENT flU poraon needed to One In Own Bdrm Lynn 392-9395 (cSt147 -

summer tall opt. 1100 sw 8th Ave SO.YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A sublet 2 bdrm opt In The Pines Luxury .pt) PERSONAL

sew.(Olumpla Apts) 3760102 (b-St HAT NEW ?PLACE TO HANG YOUR living call oftor 3:30 377-7488 for more Quiet schoolteacher wishes to DRAMBOUI-recycled antique\ clothing.

145 p) well you're looking In the ", ro. (c-la-13e-P) sublet 1 bdrm furn. apt. or house, women' children' _'*. cool tun

. ,SUPER BIKES 11 c. male room.te Wlllted available the wrong personals place. Check column out-our place In mole grod student needs place to way June 18.Aug. II at a reduced rate. drtMft, gownt, denim, gabardine
right 1 1
June 15 own room In 2 bdr. trailer (b.2t-1/7-p) fall quarter only. rVefer own room. Call WriteCathy Battle Box 920 genuine cotton, recycled loom $S
PAftT-37-( 90lSERVICE3770722 I U' "plus *..* utilities' near campus 377-4506 ... nlnot. (c-5>- "p) Hibernia Rt.-Green Cove Springs located at 17 nw 1 17th tt. across from"
373-2684 keep trying (b.n-\a. Roommate needed to share 3 br female Fla. or phone ((904)) 284-5205 after unIY..a. post office upttolrt dromboul
pi Needed to toke
..... home between Royal Park & over tummerleato 5:00: (C-5t-147-p) (I-9I.143oop) "
two bedroom Place 50.00
deport $45.00
furnished apt to sublet Westgate Own room for$7$ mo. A I3 I-
during summer months with option utility. Rooms furnished. month' call 377-8329 dinner time (c-Sl- Roommate Wanted for Summer MUCH MORE that lust a place to
to lease for year. Brandywlne 378 "37 (b'5t.147. ) t44-p l) Quarter Only male grad. student ,hang your hat., .your own room 8
call'''JW- '" after Swill bargain p Female Roommate, Entire Summer, $160 needs to share trailer $68 monthly bath In a really beautiful 4BR
tV .P) (btl45 2 and rooms for summer rent nice house to shore 2 bdrm,. 2 both opt In Brandywlne plus '/1 utilities call 377-8109 (c5t147p house In NW section. Mellowroomm.t.
neighborhood waterbed, kitchen ) .
Over an acre of land
with 2 other
For summer need 1 or 2 female prlv, no deposit, musician, girls, no .lease, near lotsa trees outside with photo
393-9395 One female roommate to- share
Lynn "
campus (c- -p)
roomates( ) by VA hospital 59.00 a artists welcome low rent call days room for' summer. Landmark darkroom & studio, real wood and
month + >'4 utilities country gar 377-4620 fifes & weekends 378-6683 dDilllVEU Top "price, pal?for class Apartments Cm- City $55.00 brick 'Inside. Just $90-month + "
dens call( 373-5452 crls (b.2t.147. ) rlngt,old jewelry, etc. confidential. Call
lane .
AM-6PM I or bernie (bSM45 p per month Call Cynthia 378 0685. util. for summer (with fall option
7 DAYS A WEEK p) House to share own room air' C OZZ; !-373-3894 (c-49t-105-p) (5t-U7-p) CALL 377.5232 NOWt! (|-S-l/S-pt)

Trailer for rant 2bdrm, lboth and H female small apt. furn. air both wanted tamale roommate Country Roommates or sublet JUNE Rent Wedding I invftoliont from 11.40 per
located available In June Vt block to Tlgert Gardens summer and-or fall 2 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds cfttylM.
3441 1 S.W.,ARCHER. R.D. of Colliegot.. Call 373-6353 FREE If called before June 1st 2.
oft.r 4pm (b-IOt-143-p( ) Hall 373 2266 (b St 147 p)_ bdrm 2bath To share with 3 glrlLS63 bdrm-2 bath Hawaiian VII 240 Cliff Hall Priming, 1103 N. Main:

Sublet for summer 1 bdrm apt per moth + '/4 utl call 372-0177 month call 373.9856 or see apt 267 (Cc. 376-9951., (j-h-IOS.c)
Gatorwood Apts furn. or unfurn. (c-St'14S-p) 4t-147-p) DON7 SMOKE YOU

*******.******************** $110 per month negotiable Extras mature student for own br In 3 br 1 female to share bedroom In 2 bed 2 HEALTH AWAYI

call 373.2021 (b 5M47.p)_ apt oak forest fall-spring Sl07-mo + bath apt Country Gardens close to STOP SMOKING NOW. SOF HYPNOSIS SL,

& eri' Car II"iaI Ci 1 Neat female rmmate, share 2 1-3 utll. + etc. deposit + last mo campus call Ann 373-9188 (c-St-147- METHOD. LOSE WEIGHT TOO. PRIVATE
i bdrm lux apt for summer quarterown paid call 373-744 |john (c-3t-146-p) Pt) APPOINTMENT. THEODORE REISS 372-.

rm utilities 1180 entire qtr. need 3 (or 2 If own room) liberal 70M after 5 p.m. ( -.,-127-p)

15 S E 12th Street 378.9086 } begin. .occup June 15 ph 377-7910 (b5t female roommates for fall. furn. share WANTED 3 bdrm responsible modern roommate house with to N you ore pregnant and you need help..
147 p) 2br luxurious Gatorwood apt. MO we care. Call birthright 377494724(| |
couple per mo 1-3 utilities 377-
..Any'and Everything 2 bdrm apt 1 block from campus each.plus '4 utll, call Sue 377-715 9587 call after 6 pm (c-St-147) 128-p)___
quiet area ac available June 16 (c-3t 146-p) COCO't: facial hair removed per

J for sports Cars it 175.00 call after 6:00: 373-4760 (b'St- 'Wanted Used english saddle priced HELP WANTEDAdv. manently. Call Edmund Dwyer

hrhra.tsc.Work: hip)_ according to quality. Call Barbara etedrologM. over 20 yean experience
3717334 (C5M46P) sales' person full-tim.for statewide CoIl372'8039h1079)(| )
.* Corvette Specialty Work sublet lune rent free 2 bedroom 2 motor .
bath on the pool hawalln village call Female roommate wanted for fall sports publication.Must .GU JANTEED All month parking $15.55
MG Triumph Jensen Heoh/eDotsun 240-26&230Z have experience In both motor
soon 378 7862 $20$. $40.00 at Gator Park, or
month (b-6M44- tummer ojrr.
own room In 2 bdrm 2 bath, cln city
sports ad sales. Call H.J.
for Iritlsh"
Molt Con 10'
pert P)______ apt. MO + 1-3 utI!. call 377.Mil (Cc. Reidelberger, R.A.C.E.. 373-7575 you con parboil day for .50. Nell
Mon.-FrI 9AM-6PM 4t-h l6-p) Kryeal or on 13 St. (CI..I"-PI j )
One female roommate for June (e.Jt.I".cJ)
*************** ****ft*****,**** July, Aug. Gatorwood apts. Rent Roommate to sublet Country Clean opts month of June. Contact rah rah! rah rah Rho Iota Tau

negotiable. Call 377-7615 anytime. GArden apt after June 13 for Hawaiian Village office 3461 S.W. Taul Harry Reuben !Invites all fall

(b3t-U7p)_ summer |lure rent FREE. $51 + '1* 2nd Ave. (e-St.147.p) pledges to Hawaiian Night In the

I1.............. 1 or 2 people to rent trailer In ,util.377-7748.! Call Dave(c-St-116-p or Herb) after 5pm. AUTOS el Safari.)_Rawllngs South 2. (|'7M47-

Florida Windmeadows for summer centralac
Independent Alligator i washer-dryer, pool recreation two people needed to share a room W. buy good clean vied cart. MIllER to the satin dressed fox who gave

I facilities bargain for ISO month 3735 for summer In a super nice. cozy BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW '13 St. (g-l6t- the gator cheer at the connectionlast

CLASSIFIED MAILINOASSIflCATIONi 78 (b3t-l47p)_ apt. two blocks from campus. call 136-t]) friday night I'm dying to see
373-3638 (c-5M4S) the with the shirt to be
I I Roommate or (s) wanted 2 bdrm. 2 1973 GRAND PRIX model J great you guy .
traded. Bernie 392 8386 (| 2t 147-p)
bath apt. Hawaiian Village 122.50 Female Roomate needed for running condition, minor babe

I r 3 Q > 373-7062 Nice view on lake. O2t147 luxurious apartment In Country! work. Price negotiable call Glenda my sincere thanks to all Wednesday
r rn r III Gardens Summer only walkto sunland vol. hard work
'p)_ short 376 4446 (a'St'147-nc) night your
3 med center Call 377-4137 Jackieor and devotion have been or..tlvapprfCl.t
female roommates wanted 2 or :3 1973 olds Coronado Cherokee
r r f0 1 red.
(for sale M Dee (c-5M46-p) have a happy summer.
bedrooms available In 4 bedroom power steering, rakes, windows, .
s Donna (| it 147 )
for rent rr town house bldg at the place apts. VW BUS 1969 Great Running drivers seat. AM-FM radio air' p _,

I wontedI >. .,. ; 8" I 377.8856 (b.St.147.p)_. Condition, $1000 or best offer MUST conditioned 39000 miles excellent Ut!ut wash dry and fold your laundry for
SELL NOW! Call 377-9994 (C-5H46- condition $3350 teL 373.1904 (g.3t- .23 Ib If mention mil ad. Norge
help wonted, .. r t )C roomate needed summer own bdrmIn you
111 I 3 bdrm georgetown apt 1324 NW P/) 147-p) laundry and Dry deanon 2108 SW 13th

autos ,". .:,. ; t r r 16 Ave $72 mo. + 1-3 utl $85 dep call lor2 tomolos needed too rent Chevy Van 68 engine completely Si.(i-IOt-142-p)_ _____

I personal rf 1rri I 377 8776 after 5 pm an equal opportunity :3rd room of beautiful 3bd furnishedac rebuilt In 73. Many extras. Must SAMMIE OF. LONDONHove a hairstyle

,lost t found ." ;.. r r r offer (b'St-147.p) house w-2 fireplaces + pool, S .sell I $600 or will consider bike for. to suit your 'portonality.' 377-2643

1 .services. '."f r-l' I SUBLET for summer 2 br ac furn for block summer from matherly.fc-or beyond.rent call$63 Jan$47 trade.147-p plus) cash. Bobby 392-7972 (B2t 716 W. University Ave. (|j..fr.1.tO1)
'' r frederick apt cln city lune free $185 371-7971 or leave message at 392- coney grove bluegrass festival +
I I call 3738496 Ply. crlcket.a-c. radio. has only'
July aug anytime keep 6589 (c-St.U6-p) craftsmans falr-une| 1315advance3dy :
r r r S trying (b.St-147.p)_ 23,000 miles need money, must sell ticket$10. write coney grove bx

| DAYS TO RUN I WANTED: 1 male rm.-mate for WANTED ELECTRIC BASS to quiCkly. call'Larry at 377-8791 or. 891 cordele ga 31015 (|-7t-145p)
r r r learn on. Negotiable. Call David, 373'8278. $1500 call after 6:00.: (g3t146p
SUMMER In 2 br. Gatrwd. apt. only
Will anyone seeing the accident
371-5497. Also )
day $45.00 month + '/< utility air, pool :
II I I Involving a blue Torino parked
serious muslclansl )
days r 1 turn call larry 378.6848 (b.St...7.p) (c-5t-145-p 1966 Triumph TR-4 body In excellent against the fence at the sewage

Leaving Hogtown June. Need to Need two roommates for fall to condition. engine and plant across eng. call 378.2008 (|-3tI46p '
days 10 percent r r I share master bedroom In 3
transmission good too. May need )
sublet my 44 of great apt. 1 blk to _
5 4 days discount UF Own bedroom $80 mo. Door bedroom Oak Forest Apartment. work on timing chain asking. 1050.
r r r I Sliding glass door onto balcony plus call 3:8093g'5t-147-P( ) HOME HUMTnl
S ;
_____ days or more. prize to first taker. Call now 377 walk-In closet and private

20 percent discount j f I f 8885 (b.2t-147.p) bathroom. Beautiful! $70 per Ford Econollne van very good cond [ We con help you find home.oparhm.nt .

I tI 'person Call Sue 392-7731 (c'5t-145PJ 20 mpg converts from camper to .IftObIIe farm er
WANTEDnice haul oak slab bumpers rebuilt roontmote me
This form be used tor 1 ) easy woyl
may I needs 2 ser. male engine doesn't burn oil ask $600 No.
3 bdrm house
place clottifled ads either In Roommate for summer quarter.Own .
students for sum. (fall opt) bike to 378 6017 (g 3t '..-.)
t r r 0 room In luxury apartment. JOa L IBJGII a
peen or by moil. The
1.3 utll.
$83 + no
I I campus own room ,
$91.25 + half utilities renewable
minimum charge Is $1.25 for __, pets ac good quiet atm 6-15 bud 377- I 404SW4ihA.o.Ooen70ovttil7.00 .
r r r r lease. 373-61II camelot apt No. 204
1 four lines. For each additional I 1703 (c-1t.148'p)_ (C-5M45) ) : 377.6700i'i

line odd 35 cats Multiply the t r Wonderful Roomate Available June
Single student or couple wanted for
total by the number of creative intelligent, liberal U
days the 15 large room-with fireplace In fur'
+ ad Is to run and subtract the r r r r I and a good cookll)I Want to share nished house. Begin June 15 pets

discount The discount (is !house with or 2 warm people Julie welcome $7Opm call Ann 377-2937
I opplicoble only for consecutive tIlnMrtionl. r r I 3780330 (C-2t-14lp)_ )c.St.145.p) iv ANYSLICE-&fl
female roommate needed for '
In beautiful 1 2 1 female roommate, easygoing,
I own room
summer rent big'br; duplex $75 month, 3
< c bedroom house. $75 Call 373 7753 (c4t AND A BEER U
IMBU Mi NO frBFUNOSI .148-p) blocks from U.F. 373-4604 or 3921M3 -
I t .
.., I before S. c-3t-145o>
Male roommate wanted for i
Acceptance: of payment with 'r 8"I Summer Quarter at Village Park Wanted I or 2 females, to share 2BR, with coupon.

I advertising copy does not poolside apt. Call 373.9155 after 5:30: 2bath Country Gardens Apt. for fall Good

constitute a binding agreement >"" sew pm. (c-4t.148.p)_. Call Rebecca: or Mary. 3711379 j $1'
I I ANYTIME (C 3M46 p) Anytime ', 1
the to share lux.
on Independent. .N.ddaI st Responsible female
AlII....,to publish said copy.f"" .,1 ""H> n one bdrm wlndmeadows apt. $90 + Wanted roommate for luxury.large Offer expires June! 8 ;

The lndeee 4e.t rlerlda. J I 's util Sept.June Stop by the villageNo bedroom condo. apt sauna, pool If w'
tennis WO + It utilities 373-
) gym
207 Beverly
AlIIt...,.reserves the right to 1" n 1141 (C-5t-147p) I bIE. @I I
I oct as sole* the ._ .. .' ,, 1 Roommate wanted 53.50 mo. 4 1-3 1 llii2AI W. .UfMVBtttTflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
judge i on -;j.-, C utilities + 40 dep prefer liberal 2 room ate* needed this summer 4 1 1i
suitability of any and all"'ad.vertliing .- \ \I \ ._. \ ii" O I female 2119 N.W. 7 Terr.evenings br, 2 bath, $70 + utilities, 1 block -------------------------

copy submitted. for -;....'j,. ,) :: 8 prefer no pets (c-2t-l48)_ from campus. Call 371-3077 today, -------------------------

publication, and the right to I I must have tennants Immediately. I
... 3 I wanted 1 conservative roommatefor II (
edit ..... 1 (c 5t 147-p) .
revise,.delay or reject ony 1 .j. ,( l, SS fall. Country Gardens Apts. I -- > L -
advertising 1 month 't utilities. Call Have your own HUGE room 'In I
copy 95.50 a r I
I| ': -"j.I j. I Tom 373 0242 (C 4t.148 p1) Hawaiian Village townhouse apt for II

... ROommate for summer, own room summer for only $65 per month call I PITCHER OF BUD *1 11 1- j
Deadline two .
I I ,300: p.m. -, i "T"! I 371-7315 or come by apt 138
...rlousstud.nt 1\ .
$56 util it tile Village .
days prior to slotting! day. DO / anytime. (c.9t.1.7.p) 11

I I NOT OtOCT iY PHONI s-1.' i to:! I .l II 8 )perferred. Call 3739274c'.( Need 1 liberal, responsible, easygoing 1 with purchase of any I II j
4t ploOmole ___
:Mail this 'with .... _" roomate to share 2 bdrm apt, I --v- whole pie and this coupon. 1
od .. f
remittance _
.x -, ', wunraeior" Summer qtr; in i i ibdr. 4- blocks from campus 15 per '
I (check preferred" ) to: .- ., I I IVt\ both townhouse Olin the Pi"" ." month, *i;utilities. call Cindy after 1 I. Good Anytime. 1
i n '. rr!'_ "private, bdr. $105 mo + H util. condense S pm.'377-1809 (c.3t.147.pl) EXPIIIS June"
I ,. I or dove 373-7777 (c-5t-111-p) to' I OFFER i iI
Alligator Oesslfleds Share house: own room bike
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STEVE KEATSAHigator'Correspondent .... .' ',I '
'. buses resemble fancy-school buses Third class buses must,

Quick now, where's the, best pot In the ,w,<> 't.Q be seen to believed. ::4-
grown western C ') To get really down-home, take second class and mingle
? Where can one sit on a placid Caribbean
'o.t. and To idea as to how
.' ; with the Indians peasants. give an
beach and see mountains almost 20,000 ft. high, just thirty : from
tffl tIP cheap the buses are; it takes about $15.00 to travel
The is Columbia! 'IICj
miles away? answer ,' Barranquilla to the Ecuadorian border.As .

Columbia is truly a remarkable country. From Miami: {f ," > ;?>r: ,' far as room and board is concerned the best dealsare
3000 miles closer than the (J <\
it lies European continent and '75c Sf.OO night
v" 46e.Ly'U the pensions which cost,about to a a
in these inflated times, there are few countries where the : C(4V' c/ta/ unless of course one cares for a hot shower. That will cost
U.S. dollar goes further. I. <: '; .,/ .. about 50c more.DECENT .
Like the rest of Latin America, Columbia is a land full ,: MEALS WITH fish or,meat, vegetables and

of color diversity and startling contrasts. fruit cost about $1.60. Fresh fruit and vegetables can be
UNLIKE THE REST of Latin America, the :
people ', eaten if properly washed and-or peeled.
enjoy a stable moderately'liberal civilian run government. r', "' ''Since sanitary conditions ace poor, it is a good idea to be

The literate population Is, fortunate to have a press free innoculated against small-pox typhoid, and hepatitis. It's

from censorship. almost an even'bet that one will contract the *'ru ts" at

Recently the economy has been booming as Columbia least once. A bottle of Kaopectate or paregoric'shouldhandle

ships more'consumer,goods such as coffee (said to be the all but the worst cases. ?R..
world's best), drugs flowers and handicraft abroad. Don't let illness be a bum-out because what one sees and

Each region Is known for it's particular marijuana. In experiences far exceeds any negative:aspect mentioned.

the north, near Barranquilla and Santa Marta, one will )es"ga Ii. f'." ,(, Tryo( );void'the Pacific coast towns of Buenaventuraand
smoke golden weed. But the best grass is found near Tomacor. 'Aside from being very ugly, these towns are
Bogata and Call. ,:This is the home'of "Punta Rojo" pot if known to be the home of some very strange people. For

that upon close inspection reveals tiny red hairs. ..COtO IA some unexplicable! reason, many of the inhabitants of
POUNDS CAN BE purchased for $15 but CUIDADO Tomaco are missing a limb or two. could be punishment
(watch out), for that cute little kid that just sold some weed tor past crimes committed or maybe because of the many
might go to the policia to collect a "finders fee. sharks that live in the surrounding waters.

While in Columbia always watch your bags because the Once you've seen Columbia.you might care to see the
children are really quick! But what else could one do if rest of South America. Each country is unique and has

one's home was the.streets as it is for about 100,000 ninosof fairly reasonable rates.UNDOUBTEDLY something different to' offer.

Bogata. THE best way to travel about IT'S A GOOD idea to learn Spanish as the people will

One of the most depressing sights is to see a little child Columbia is by bus. Although the roads aren't the hottest, take more interest with a Spanish speaking gringo.

curled up asleep on some doorstoop, the only protection the scenery will! definitely space a person out. All one has Contrary to what one might have heard, Latins really get
against' the cold being the rags being worn and a to do is sit back and enjoy this groovy wonderland. Most off on American kids. It's only the rich plastic tourists

newspaper used as.a blanket. There is no way one can bus rides last about 8-10 hours between major towns, but which they resent. .

ignore their plight so please be generous with the pesos. some trips require 15-20 hours of gut busting. If the Learn to respect and understand the Columbian.way of

The best,way to get to,Columbia is to fly from Miami to terrain is too heavy on the tummy, buy' Mandrex. Two life. Lay on some good vibes and theY'will be returned.

Carteugena Barranquilla, on AeroCondor ,or Avianca .pills will let a person sleep for the duration of any bad ride. Flow with it, watch how opportunities open up. Yes
airlines. Flying to Bogota costs about S20 more. Some of There are three bus classes. The first class buses are friends Columbia is happening right, now paz y feliz

the airlines offer special 30 day, unlimited flying passes at equivalent to the old fashioned Greyhounds. Second class viajest! (peace and happy journeys)

Hooker has 2d-scr/pf/ ,

Eiger/ : sweafy-pa/m/

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Kerkwbr part, becomes ensnarled in its efforts to' be "

Richard Burkholder both hip and detached. Yet due to the flick's. ';ft"t... 'i1"1 \ ,
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BREEZY ,cutting we are
are reviews of two films. currently
running In 'Gainesville:' "The Happy simultaneously spared cheap voyeuristic.shots.

Hooker" starring i t.Ynn'Rcd&r.te; and "The: (of the porno flick variety) while being rapidly'

Eiger Sanction,' 'with Clint;,Eastwood. It ''propelled from one situation to another. The'
might give you a better.idea of whether or not jaunty Don' Elliot musical score also aids'

, you want to'shell out,.the'bu tt::. considerably: ."Hooker's" pacing. _-..,.. '
Sanction" starts.out as a third"rate photo by bob wool,
"Hooker" is, the 'story of one Xaviera "The Eiger i ; ,
abortion right out of that 'HAIR CAST RELIVES SIXITES
Hollander prostitute par excellence ,and espionage
madam of one of New York':City's plusher miasma of 007 sequels that so plagued the .. .In one of two performances ot Great Southern Sunday
and late 1960's. It ends up as' a I
cathouses. Taking its title from the best middle
selling autobiography ,of the'' same name. gripping tale about the scaling of a man- would have
"Hooker"omits much of the book's kinkinessto killing Alp in which one of the fellow ex- Agnew split
!Is an assassin.
concentrate the financial and romantic peditioners
on '
peregrinations of. its protagonist. EASTWOOD, who never could act let Review by 1968. Even SQ, the qualityof the.actors'

LYNN REDGRAVE looking a. ,bit too alone direct was wise enough to leave this JOANNE KOHL ,voices and performances, :the. technical
final of his film in the handsof Just what ,have you got: 1968, that and orchestral .
fleshy and a trifle too dose to forty for her roleas crucial sequence standards Yand the*.ren
unit. Using no trick photographyand makes you so damn superior? ditions of the hits came
Xaviera. nonetheless -tU ,,'ith.the. a special that out of Hair
angles. this Well, if know 1975,
two-dimensional afforded her. several ingenious camea you want to we do earned standing ovations from the college-
readings of "Eiger" so named after, the have a musical that the:'demonstrating, audience. ,
For instance amasses portion age
she effortlessly
climbed is really sweaty- tlower-bearing, placard carrying veteransof
mountain being The production
audience faced with was handicapped by the
sympathy I 1)) when : "
leave one gasping in thetheatre the Sixties can look hack 'on with
connubial rejection from a "momma's boy;" ,palm fare that should loss :'of'a lighting technician- some
2)) during her victimization by an unscrupulous : seat. nostalgia.And members of the stage crew, and some of
The remainder of the movie is a stupid Sunday's production of Hair,the the performers. -
police officer: and 3)) under the 4nYOhing husk-hush secret spy 'Tribal .,Love-Rock. Musical':'proved the' ;{. In spite of this., .
icious The muddle Bergman Sheila
taunts of other jailetTprostUutes: *"
sequence In organizations, malevolent, homosexuals'nd play still t find: enough appeal to sell out the Claude,Woof and i the'i'estef the Hair tribe
which she {urns on" a corporate Great Southern Music Hall
straightfaced for both the
executive Sn hh a double entendre-laden stock the like.: D.recgor. of brought to Alachua County the hip'p1C's'sanswer
matinee and evening .
market movie's homage to the standard espionage gigs performances.Hair to Spiro Agnew. Agnew would have
report also proves one of the phjsicallydetormei based on'draft card ,
more femme tatales. burnings long walked out of the theatre, but most of the
affecting moments. loutish fellow. agentsis'W.Pfti.I.midly hair, and dropping out has lost of itshesiine'
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The main probelm with the film resides In spy chiefs audie17oe) was,still there long Aft;? curtain docall
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was a long season for the During some of those many The "Track Athlete of the Andy Bean is the Alligator Juan Diaz never shies away. Coach Bill Harlan's
Gators 190 pound "Wrestlerof tense moments of this past Year", Mike Sharpe, has a lot Golfer of the year, but from a challenge: swimming squad had so many "
the Year" Henry Jackson. basketball season, Gator in common with Tony Green, heavens to Phil Hancock: the If he did, he probably problems this past year that I
The Miami senior ,was coach John Lotz would slowly the "Athlete of the Year." decision was not easy.It would never have\ become the whole team should be It;
hampered by injuries rise and confidently point Both men stepped in as was like choosing bet UFs No. I tennis player, given a medal ,for ever
throughout the .year which towards a six-foot tall, almost freshmen and played major ween Ruth and Aaron or playing the best man each. finishing the season.
kept him from accomplishinggoals boyish looking figure on his roles in their respective teams' ,Unitas and Starr. But Bean, opponent had to offer for the One swimmer who I
he had set for. the bench. .success. on the strength of a couple of last three season., managed to keep his head
season. That would be the cue for SHARPE CAPPED off a Johnny Millerish course BUT lIE could never quite above the troubled waters was .
DESPITE THE injuries -, Mike Ledermen to take off fine indoor season when he records, got the nod, over rise to the' top 'of the tour Will Artley and, he's the :
a knee, an ankle, and a neck his blue warmup pants and led the Gators to their first Hancock.: nament'heap in the SEC Alligator's choice as UF male
Jackson still managed tow'in' enter the game. And when Southeastern ConferenceSEC BEAN WON the' Honda that is, until this year. Diaz "Swimmer of the Year."
his second straight Ledermen entered the game ( ) title by winning the Intercollegiate, the Miami won the prestigious SEC ARTLEY WAS the only
Southeastern ConferenceSEC things began to happen. long and triple jumps and Invitational, the Houston Ail- singles title in last month's 'swimmer UP sent to the
( ) title,.leading UF to its LEDERMEN WHO was finishing fourth in the 60 yard American and the Chris tournament at Tuscaloosa NCAA championships at
first team title. By winningthe born a Hoosier but is a Gatorat dash. Schenkle in this his final and Ala. To that, and his AII.SEC Cleveland, and he was per.
title Jackson qualified for heart, used his accurate The powerfully' built finest year as a Gator. He was Team honors,he can now add sonally responsible for a 19th
the national tournamentwhere long range shooting touch to Bermudan accounted for 14 runner-up in the Dixie Intercollegiate Alligator "Tennis Player. of place finish for the Gators. He
he won one match change the tide of several points and was named the and the SEC. the the Year." finished ninth in the 100 yard
before an injury kept him close basketball games this meet's outstanding per latter of which Hancock: won. Diaz felt at the beginningof backstroke and third in the
from continuing. season. And then he'd play former. He notched a record 61 at the year that he had a 200 yard backstroke.He .
"One of my major goals defense, hustle, contribute a In addition, he became the Miami 'which included a "pretty good chance" to win was chosen as an Ail-
besides winning as SEC title' few assists, play some more school's first double winner record nine hole score of 29. the SEC. But his path to the American swimmer for the
.and team championship, was defense and then hustle some since Ron Coleman won the In the Schenkle at Statesboro title was not always smooth. third straight year because of
to place in the nationals and more. same two events in the 1970 Ga., Bean shot a record 63 in The senior from Tampa his showing at Cleveland and
even win it." said the Gator By the time that was all championships.AND the second round en route to a finished 22-5 in the dual 'his consistency throughoutthe
co-captain. But injuries heldme over, the Alligator's pick for SHARPE'S winning 199 total, another'record, match season. year.
back a lot and I was "Basketball Player of the long jump effort of 24'9" At 6'4", 205 pounds Bean And he had three tough "Will's super-good both in
disappointed that I didn't year." had his opponent bettered Coleman's school has been highly acclaimed for matches against Mitch and out of the water. He's a
reach that goal, "he added. ready for submission. record by an inch and a half. his booming tee shots. But 'Creekmore of LSU, Scott great team man a good
THE GATOR junior Two weeks after the SEC's just as deadly has been his Smith of Kentucky, and Dan student, and he has good
"I 1, was glad I 'helped the" averaged about a dozen Sharpe surprised everyone by, putter, known to be at' its Huber of Tennessee before- he folks He has a strong desireto
team win the SECs' though$ points on the season but his finishing third in the sixty at deadliest under the most could claim the cham make the Olympic team in
IT WAS Jackson's 3.2 value to the team can't be the NCAA's. .intense pressure. pionship. It was Diaz's first '76 and he just might do ,it,"
victory in the finals of the t 190 measured by facts and "All things considered I I'' He has won over' 10 major' 'title since he was said Harlan..
pound bout that assured the figures.His think Mike contributed more tournaments as a Gator and National Junior College THE UF swimmers had
Gators of their first .conference role as the Gators sixth over a longer period of time only a major title (SEC or singles champion asa fresh.' several key men quit the
title. man could have been a than anybody on the team," NCAA) has eluded him. man for tiny Wingate' (N.C.: ) squad in mid-season for
"We got key wins from frustrating one for most but said UP assistant head coach His biggest'disap, Junior College in 1972. various reasons, but Harlan
Henry throughout the season Ledermen made the best of it. I Roy Benson."I pointments came when he "This has been my best says the rebuilding. programhas
that helped the team, in "Sure .I'd like to start," he don't think we realized shot a 79 in the final round of year," Diaz summed up. already begun.
winning some of our close said during the'season. But I that Mike would be so great a last year's NCAA and the "The first two years I,playedall "All those that wanted to
We Gators lost and when but I didn't have the have already quit so now
duel matches, and his SEC understand my role on this sprinter or long jumper. by two right quit
championship win definitelywas team and I'm going to do the were impressed with him as a he was not chosen by the' confidence I had this year. all we have left are people who
big match for us," said best.1 can. And if I work hard triple jumper and that's whatwe USGA to compete on this "I guess because this was' just want to swim," he added.
JJF head coach Gary enough, things will begin to were looking for him to year's United States Walker my last year. I wanted to go People like next year's
Schneider. happen." help us In." Cup team. out well. captain Will Artley.
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\ Bowden best in UF i i

By MARK JOHNSON quit football he hit only .238. I wanted to until about July. 1 :
Alligator Sports Writer But in this his final springof was very glad to get back to
Gator baseball Bowden normal this year." :
David Bowden's UF sports erased any lingering doubts "He was j just coming off his
career has been a potpourri of about 'his ability by hitting decision to give up football,
success and failure, of .338, exactly 100 points better and I'm sure that had an
stardom one season and than his 1974 average. He also effect on his play," added
mediocrity? the next. led the team with a .978 Dave Fuller, who coached the
I For two seasons the 5-11 I I, fielding percentage, despitehis Gators during Bowden's four
170 pound senior played switch from second to years with the team. "I thinkhe
varsity football for the Gators third base last fall. kind of pressed all last '
until his fourth down pass Bowden's outstanding year. This year he had made
out-ot-bound against !season won him a berth on the his decision, and it was all ;
i Mississippi began a long All-Southeastern Conferenceteam over with like water under the
".\ downhill journey which ended as well as the award for bridge. As a consequence he r play.'r
in his departure from the (Alligator baseball player of was a lot more successful." j
team. (he year. As for the switch to the hot
In baseball Bowden had "Last year 1 didn't get a corner this season, Bowden's I
two successful seasons until chance to get started," fielding averages and his 34- J IJ
his junior year when, coming Bowden said. "I 1 really didn't game errorless streak throughthe
off his difficult decision to start swinging the bat the way first two-thirds of the
season pretty much speak for sign

: .... Ryan ties mark themselves"I 1 really: got to where I of

liked third base," Bowden
said. "There's not so much
with 4th nohitterNolan ground to cover, although
you've got to"cover it in a if
different, way.
Ryan of,the California Angels tied a major league Bowden's immediate futureis in
record Sunday when he hurled the fourth no-hitter of his still somewhat in doubt, but I
career, blanking the Baltimore 10. in the long run he knows
The victory was the 100th for the 28-year old righthander, exactly what he wants to do.
and the no-hitter tied the career record of Sandy Koufax, who "I 1 just hope somebody and
also had four. gives me a chance to play
Ryan's other no-hitters have all come within a span of just pro" he said. "If somebody 1
over two years. The first came in May IS, 1973 versus Kansas doesn't, I don't know,, I've
City, the second on July 15 of the same year against Detroit. never really thought about will
and the third on September 28, 1974 over Minnesota. that too much." to

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