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Alligator Staff Writer B t Marston will appoint a five-member faculty group that will
advise the court and act as a liaison between the Honor Court

The UF Honor Court has one year to prove that faculty a 7I h and the administration.
advisors and simplified operating procedures will improve its I -- e SANDEEN SAID THE advisers will increase the
effectiveness. cooperation between the administration and the court but
recommendation that the Honor Court continue for at a added he still felt it might have been better to have them as

least a year as a student court -but with some advising from s jurors."I .
.(faculty was formally accepted by the UF administration n c don't like the resistance I found (by putting faculty on
Tuesday. c the court): it is not consistent with my idea of 'a university
THE UF VICE presidents although expressing some a community but there is a great tradition for the Honor Courtto
reservations about the ability of the court to enforce the i I be a student place" Sandeen said.
Honor Code agreed to give the Honor Court a year trial n "It's one of the compromises we had to make" he added.
period under some modified operating procedures. e SANDEEN SAID the compromise was worked out after a
UF President Robert Q. Marston already expressed his 9Une s special task force completed a three-month study of the
approval of the probation period but said he did not want to Honor Court and released its findings in March.
make a final decision until he gave the vice presidents Since then the report has been discussed by faculty and
chance to "react." students at two public hearings and at the University and

During the trial period the Honor Court will switch from Student Senate meetings.
criminal rules to administrative procedures, which will make Sandeen said the reaction from faculty and students was
the court hearings more informal and less complicated. point the students and administrators disagreed on "80 to 90 per cent favorable." The few major areas of
ARTHUR SANDEEN, vice president for ,student affairs was placing faculty on the Honor Court as,active members. disagreement mostly concerned faculty on the court and the
drafters Court recommendations MOST SG OFFICIALS Honor penalties assessed on convicted cheaters.
and one of the of the Honor and particularly Court
said the new rules will make the trials more like disciplinary Chancellor Byron Petersen opposed the inclusion of faculty ACTION ON A recommendation that cheaters be publicly
hearings and will end the adversary procedures under. _;which arguing it would "destroy the concept of a student-run reprimanded was postponed by Marston, who said he wantedto
," wait until the courts had decided if the Honor Court
the. court now operates.. court.
The switch to administrative rules also had the support of Although Sandeen admitted that he thought placing proceedings came under Florida's "Government-in-the-

most Student Government leaders and Honor Court officialsand faculty on the court would increase faculty support of it, he '
will go into effect this July. explained "a compromise was reached." (See 'Faculty, page seven)






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ROME (UPI) President Ford ended a European trip Peter's auditorium near the Vatican
which "brought good results. 4 .in the achievement of peace"and 500 persons at St. priorto
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his helicopter a soccer field go to theairport.
flew home Tuesday following a luncheon with Italian boarding

I PRESIDENT leaders and a meeting with Pope Paul VI. thought results in a long and hard week in
Buoyed by the NATO summit in Brussels, his talks with lilt good the
I : FORD Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on the Middle East and a achievement of peace, Ford: said.

I friendly outpouring of goodwill in Italy, Ford said he would
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positive but President and First Lady Betty Ford left Rome aboard Rome's seven hills, that produced
4 Y ,! Air Force 1 at 2:45 p.m. EDT on the 10-hour flight to An "positive but no final results" on the Middle East. The Pope
no final drews Air Force Base near Washington. surprised Secretary of State Henry Kissinger when he told the

results on Following his 65-minute meeting with the Pope, where he President that statesmen must not neglect military defense.
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cheered in St. Peter's Ford
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Middle East himself thusly, said
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Ga. (UPI) An old B25 bomber, still The plane was capable of dropping bombs.
/capsule wearing World War II camouflage paint crashed into a "We had it under surveillance yesterday," said Dingfelder.

hillside early Tuesday, killing the two persons aboard and "We received information it was refueling at St. Augustineand
scattering a ton of marijuana and considerable cash over the it departed southbound toward Bimini." He said it was
area. not clear if they lost contact with the plane or broke oft

Lesbian couple fightsto It was the second crash of a pot-laden: old warplane in the surveillance.
South within a week. '. Dingfelder said the twin-engine plane was picked up again

keep Army careersBOSTON Dawson County Sheriff Roy Helton said papers found in around I a.m.'Tuesday by planes from the New Orleans air
the wreckage showed the plant was registered to Air Metal of unit|, but "it got away from our planes on sheer speed.
Opa-Locka, Fla. He said a large sum of money in $20 and "The next thing we knew, it was reported circling the
(UPI)- Barbara Randolph and Debbie Watsonsay $100 bills was found in the wreckage. airport at Dawsonville. The plane ejected a cargo net as it was

they love their country and want to make the Army their Robert McCracken, an agent of the Georgia Bureau of circling, and apparently because of pilot error, circled right

career. But military officials say they can't because they're Investigation, said there were about forty 50-pound bags of into a hill," Dingfelder said.
homosexuals.On marijuana on the plane. Two Florida men were killed last Thursday when a plane
April 7, PFC. Randolph of Jeffersonville, Ind., and Pvt. The Dawson County Sheriffs Department said the bodies loaded with marijuana crashed near the Rockwood, Tenn.,
2nd Class Watson of San Antonion. Tex., told the Army they were too badly burned to identify immediately.Jim airport. The plane reportedly took off from Gainesville, and

were lesbians. Dingfelder, customs public information officer in was believed to have flown to South America before returningto
Partly to avoid alleged harassment, they were the first and Miami,.said customs officials were "interested in the plane this country to make a series of marijuana drops.In .
thus far the only women to go to officials voluntarily to discuss because of neutrality violations." the Rockville crash the aircraft left the Gainesville

their homosexuality.Ms. "It was an unmodified bomber, still carrying camouflage Municipal Airport early Wednesday morning and according
Randolph told a press conference Tuesday they didn't paint," he said. "It is a violation of the neutrality laws to leave to'reports flew to Colombia,'before returning to the U.S. and

expect any special privileges or special" arrangements, she just the country with an instrument of war.without proper papers. crashing near the Rockville airport early Thursday morning.
wanted to "clear my conscience.
"I was tired of living a double life, I'm the same as everyone

else." said Ms. Randolph.She Senate sets O'Malley trial dateO'Malley I
said she didn't want to "live a lie" and the Army
shouldn't discriminate against her for being honest.
Both were being trained at the Army Security School at TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) The Senate Tuesday set went to his office to clean out his 'desk a few
Fort Devens, Mass., and were members of the honor platoon. Sept. 16 for the misconduct trial of deposed Treasurer- minutes after House impeachment articles adopted Monday,
Now, they have been put on security hold and face discharge Insurance Commissioner Thomas O'Malley, who calmly were filed with the Senate but several hours before .Ashler
proceedings. surrendered his office to Phil Ashler, saying "I'm out of the made his first visit.,
"1 want to stay in the military and make it my career. The kitchen, but I can stand the heat."
Army says I'm unfit. But I'm not," said Randolph, who was He also said his resolve not to resign is "very firm." They did not run into each other, but Ashler said he will

named WAC of the month and soldier of the.month just priorto The Senate organized as a trial court, with members being call his predecessor 'Wednesday to discuss his new duties,
the disclosure. sworn in by Chief Justice James Adkins Jr. as jurors, ef- which include regulating the huge insurance industry,
"I love my country and I want to do the best I can," Watson fectively rendering them unable to discuss the case betweennow keeping track of state funds and serving as a member.of the
said. and"11 a.m. Sept. 16. Cabinet which runs state government.
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:'t i Alligator Staff Writer become law the ordinance would have to pass initial "You can't say it is unlawful to walk around and do
. consideration as well as two further readings I by; a majorityvote nothing. The law must specifically describe an 'act that is
An anti-panhandling ordinance which appeared before the of the commission.The contrary to the common good," he said.A .
Gainesville City Commission for initial consideration Monday ordinance was ordered drawn up at the May 5 com- Jacksonville loitering ordinance was found .un-
night was sent back to committee for revision. mission meeting after a complaint by Paul Hildebrand,owner constitutional by the United States Supreme Court.In .
The ordinance which prohibits begging, and loitering for of the What-A-Burger on NW 13th Street of customer
the purpose of begging, was returned to committee to clarifythe harassment by "street people." other action, the commission passed on first reading a
meaning of"loitering for the purpose of begging." Hildebrand said his customers had been"hassled by people trespassing ordinance which would enable policemen to make
The ordinance defined ,begging as the "practice of loitering begging and.actually grabbing hamburgers out of arrests even on unposted land or without landowners'
requesting orally or by gesture, money or property of any customer's hands." complaints. Enforcement against street people and cyclistswere
kind."Solicitation by bona fide charitable organizations is an City Atty.Osee Fagan was concerned that the ordinance be specifically mentioned.If .

this ordinance passes second reading next Monday. after

I UF meets phys. ed. guidelines 10 Also days passed it will on become first reading law. was an ordinance that would

raise the fines for claiming impounded dogs who were run
ning at large to S10 for the first offense, $25 for the second
'UF has already "voluntarily" complied with federal 'separately, as are classes such, as gymnastics, because the offense and$50 for the third offense within six months.
guidelines released Tuesday requiring universities to offer "male and female students use different equipment."
The fine is addition
similar physical education classes to students of both sexes. For example in gymnastics male students use the parallel there is'no fine.to any pound charges incurred.
The original 1972 legislation Title IX, requires all classes,. bars and female students use the uneven ban Alexander Currently
An ordinance the
of vehicleson
including physical education, be desegregated by sex and prohibiting operation motor
race. Tuesday's Federal guidelines further clarified Title IX. said.Rooks said, "Schools may also run separate sex education public property, particularly parks and school grounds,
JIM ROOKS OF the Department of Health,Education and classes if they want,or put kids together for some parts (suchas was and passed lawn on first reading.The ordinance. excludes golf carts
Welfare's Office of Civil Rights in Atlanta said specific ex- movies) and separate them for discussion time." mowers.
.The Oaks Mall with
ceptions to the requirements were provided for in the ROOKS SAID THE stack of guidelines is a "half an inch the commission.proposed project met opposition from
,guidelines."For thick" and contained numerous plans for schools to refer to
instance, girls and boys cannot be_ on the same for specific requirements stated in Title IX. Oaks Mall, a large shopping center planned for Newberry
wrestling or boxing teams," Rooks said. Title IX of the Equal Education Opportunity Act states Road and Interstate 75, was opposed because of the traffic
Chairwoman of UF's Department of Women's Physical that"no school receiving federal funds can discriminate in its problem that would be created by increased. traffic volume on
Education Ruth Alexander said UF has been operating under course offerings on the basis of sex or race." Newberry Road.
the assumption that the legislation would permit the The guidelines become effective July 21 and Rooks said The commissioners also expressed fear of downtown stores
university to,offer similar courses for both sexes. they are intended simply to explain the complicated wordingof moving to the mall,which is in the county,depleting the city's
ALEXANDER SAID all contact .courses are offered the act. tax base.




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By ERIC ESTRIN Camil was shot during an ensuing struggle, and spent nine
Alligator Staff Writer days in Alachua General Hospital recovering from bullet
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SPOKESMAN FOR the federal Drug Enforcement
Gainesville antiwar activist Scott Camil pleaded innocent; Agency.claimed,Camil was shot under his left armpit after he
Monday to six drug and assault charges stemming from his tried to wrestle the 9mm semi-automatic'gun from the agent
March 31 arrest by federal drug agents. who sat in the car's back seat.
His trial date was then set for June 16, but he was granted a Camil who sat in the front seat claimed the agents held ::Jf"l. .
continuance when his attorney, Larry Turner asked for more him and shot him in the back. > >t>. '
time to file motions dealing with the case. When the local state attorney's office gathers enough 'vi> ,t > '" ,fi"
IN TALLAHASSEE for a 9 a.m. Monday arraignment evidence there will be a grand jury investigation into the : I' /
Camil said he was not guilty on two counts of sale or shooting t .
possession of marijuana, two counts of sale or possession of. IT COULD NOT BE determined Tuesday if an Alachua ,1raIIIl
cocaine and two of assault. County grand jury convening next week will consider the case. I ,:.. ,
The charges were handed down by a federal grand jury in Camil gained recognition in connection with the Gainesville SCOTT CAMIL
April following an incident in which Camil allegedly sold Eight conspiracy trial of 1973. He was regional coordinator of
.before shooting, trial
cocaine to two agents as the three drove in an agent's car., the Vietnam Veterans Against the War movement.



. City softball rule challenged by women's team


JUDY MOORE Miller said the City Recreation Board would_not take actionon
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Alligator Writer "By excluding students who live in the county, they the problem problems
because the last day to sign up for the summer leagues is June
It's not unusual for softball coaches to have'a problem are making this a residency requirement. Students are 20.
recruiting a good throwing arm. people first and citizens first. The fact they are
But if the coach lives in Gainesville and the recruit is a students, is secondary." -, Judy Miller "Any delay will cause irreparable damage to these teams,"
student the problem may be huge.A she said.
GAINESVILLE Recreation Department regulation
limits the number of students who can participate on city MAYOR JOSEPH Little ordered an emergency meeting of
athletic teams to three. the City Recreation Board to look intq the matter.
is uniform rule the recreation "Today there are so many people who want to get on teams,
The regulation: a throughout
department for teams of all kinds and of both sexes. we have a waiting list. We can be careful that the people we Miller said she was pleased with the eagerness. of city
Attorney Judy Miller who represents the Windjammer put on the teams will be here for the games. Coaches quickly commission members to resolve the problem.
Women's Softball Team, termed the regulation "un learn of players who don't come to games and will soon stop "This is a problem that doesn't affect a lot of people, butshe
constitutional, arbitrary and capricious," before a meeting of accepting them," she said. commission was more than ready to help. It showed good I
the Gainesville City Commission Monday night. HAHN ADDED TIIAT a $10 forfeit fee discourages team faith on their part. I'm really very pleased with their action," I
MILLER URGED THE commission to take action on the forfeitures. Miller said. I
regulation or the team would "seek satisfaction through the

courts.Miller" said of the 20 members on each city slow pitch team, UF priorities examined in July

only' three_college students are eligible to participate,unless .
the students' parents live in Alachua County.
"By excluding students who live in the county from the By STUART EMMRICH said. ,
regulation, they are making this a residency requirement. Alligator Staff Writer Also to be discussed at.the meetings with Stafford is the
Students are people first and'citizens first. The fact they are SUS present "open door" admissions for community college
students is secondary. UF administrators \will have'.their problems and future, graduates. ,
"ANY EXCLUSION OF any group. of citizens 'is priorities closely examined within.month. "' There have been suggestions this'year, particularly from
It discriminatory:' Miller said. State University System(SUS)special Assistant Joe Staffordwill state legislators that the universities should.be more selective
Miller said the Windjammer team would like ,to see an -be t:,UF in early',July as.part of a statewide tour of. :in their admissions .and not guarantee enrollment to all
eligibility rule that makes no exclusions to students. She saidif universities to examine "role and :s opc" of programs. community college graduates.
this was not possible there' should be at least a more "WE ARE TRYING to get the universities to define what STAFFORD SAID the "open door question is a very
'"proportionate number of students than three." their role and scoPe is and what their goals are for the future," significant issue" and said a'report would be prepared for the
Commissioner T.S. (Tiny) Talbot said the regulation was Stafford explained. legislature next year detailing the SUS position on the matter.
begun in the.1940's to prevent the high team forfeiture rate Stafford said the "basic,philosophy" of the,examinationwas
during student breaks and holidays."IT to avoid having universities offer "duplicating and'conflicting Also to be discussed are projected enrollment pictures, the
USED TO BE that every time a vacation came up. 'programs." amount of funds being put into research and importance of
students would forfeit the game. People began losing interestin Stafford said he did not know if any present programs providing students with job skills.
the league. The intent of the rule was not to discriminate would have to be eliminated adding that was "one of the Robert Bryan, vice president for academic affairs, and
but to keep,the leagues going." Talbot said. reasons the study was being done" Harry Sisler dean of the graduate school will meet with UF
Jan Hahn. coach of the Windjammer team, said that "I HAVE NO preconceived notions, I just want to find out college deans next week to determine what areas they feel are
forfeiture was no longer a problem. what the needs ,and priorities of the schools are," Stafford most important for discussion.

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speckled leaf, or perhaps'a,shark's tooth. decided the energy and.
The students in Carol Goldman's second the campgrounds were
grade have devoted their entire school year to handle they left
studying the wonders of nature, in an "open Soon after the tent was
class" manner. lost interest in their
THE STUDENTS TAKE TESTS, as do permission to visit the
students in traditional classes, and they are were abundant. The :
:taught exercises in phonics, spelling, 'math, tropical elephant ears,
and creative writing. and crickets chirping from
However, the nature-oriented curriculumhas leaves.
been greatly enhanced by activities suchas THOUGH MANY OF
field trips to Morningside Park, lectures and rock-strewn, the
from interns in the UP Wildlife Department who could be the first
and even a "camp-out" on the grassy located in the middle of
playground of Stephen Foster Elementary new paths to a cave, .

,School.Last Friday the 27 students of,the school's hill.Redhaired Stevie .
only open class, participated an exciting, gnarled tree only to be
outdoor educational experience'that included worried teacher.
setting up an 8x12 aqua colored tent, roasting not shadowed because .
I weinies and marshmallows over hibachi grills, Tiffany were asked if they
and exploring the nearby woods., they replied, "She's not :
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"don't go out into the woods without adults,'" interrupted the "
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eager "Line upl:Let's get outside! and were .While the students
off to the tree-lined fields. playing"'king on the :
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children were' themselves strict preparing, a feast: '
disciplinarians. They raised the tent, amid 'n' molasses, fruit,
choruses of "don't step on the corners" and assorted cookies and
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Summ. r. exodus, causes Tittle 'business ,slumpBj




BOB BECKAlligator
Staff WriterIt to school. They only take five or six credits,
just enough to keep everybody happy and

s then all they do is party. We have made no
will "business as usual" for most
Gainesville area businessmen this s special preparations other than the' new
summer rs
O v O atmosphere we are now in the process of
despite the mass exodus of more than half ofUF's I 1 = creating for Dub's."
28,000 students.
STILL SOME GAINESVILLE businesses
"The impact of students leaving for the
report feeling the pinch., ,
summer on Gainesville area businesses is
"We just sweat it out:' said Betty Brown,
quite negligible, Carroll Gray, head of the
vice-president of Sonny's Fat Boys, which has
Gainesville Chamber; of Commerce
area said. OLC 3
: a'edown three restaurants in Gainesville."A .
"Maybe the smaller businesses ,around ,
good portion of our business is students,
West University Avenue'and 13th Street
upwards of 40 cent, but we make'no
suffer a little, but on the whole, there is little per
special cutbacks either in our menu or our
impact on the major businesses. ,
"
employes, 'she said.Domino's .
GRAY SAID RETAIL sales' actually rise ,
Pizza is hurt too
through the summer and continue. rise'as "BUT ONLY THE SW 13th(Street)store"

the students return in the fall. Mary Chase, day manager'of Domino's said.

Many Gainesville businessmen echoedGray's to some degree but added, "With a few sale in July and' between thatthe summer "We lose about 50 per cent of our businessover

statement. more specials and a :ittle.extra work, businesswill session students and the 'students that come ,the.long summer months but there, are
"It's business as usual" Lisa Rogers, a be about the same." home for the left
summer, we get along just fine. still.a, number of .students going to
bookkeeper at Beef and Bottle, said. Besides a business like isn't total loss she
Surprisingly, even businesses that cater ours goes more with summer school so it a ,
"WE DON'T RELY on student business in the economy"than'with' '
student flow.
especially to student trade,like Silver City and said.The
our dining room although we do get a fair Subterranean Circus, suffer no appreciableloss. Gainesville bars and discotheques often Plaza Theater also suffers losing. up to
student trade. We will, get cheaper en- frequented by students when in ,town do not '50 per cent of its 'business.,

tertainment" in 'our lounge but that's aboutall seem to suffer,in;the summer. "And that's only if we have a real block-

she said. "WE NEVER CHANGE our hours or oUt; "The summer months are our biggest buster of a movie," said Manager J Ticker.

John Bremer, assistant manager,at Italian employe schedule,"Brendy, McClenathan, months,"Dub Thomas, owner of Dub's, said. "If the movie we are showing! is a real bomb,

Fisherman conceded there, will, .,be, ,a ,slow manager of Silver City said. "We run a big "Summer is the time when all the partien go it's even worse. We just suffer, it.ont,..he.said.



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(from page one) The abolishment of penalty ,hours alsO' picked up the shift of the bad check department in the Honor Court to a
support of Harry Sisler,dean of the graduate school. division of the Office of Student Conduct.

Sunshine" law. Sisler said penalty hours arc"totally repulsive to me." PROCTORING ON exams and developing more exams

Even If the proposed public reprimand is not approved, "ITS ONE THING to tell a man,he is.going,to live on that are harder to cheat on are also recommended by the task
there will be changes in,the penalties given. bread and water for three days and something else to tell him force report.

The task force and Marston agreed that penalty hours or he is going to have to eat steak," Sisler said,, adding that Sandeen said he expected the changes would "improve

extra hours needed for graduation, should not be one of the taking courses at UF should not be considered.penalty.: : considerably, the procedures and the credibility of the Honor
alternatives for punishment. Instead of penalty hours, the new penalties will be Court."

SANDEEN SAID students should not be forced to take suspension, expulsion or probation. "They've got a year," to prove a student court and ,an
classes as a penalty. Other changes planned for the following year include a Honor System can work at UF, he added.



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The Famous Alon's Cubono (A 3 $1.50 Salami $.90
meat treat with ham, bologna, Uversurst (Brounschweiger( ) $.90
BOOK EXCHANGE ? salami, swiss cheese, lettuce. Tuna Salad $1.00
mustard a mayo ft dill pickle) Egg Salad $1.00
The Italian Super Sub (The only $1.65 Bar B-Q B..f '$1.25
real Italian Sub In town with ham, Swiss Cheese $.95
bologna, salami, provolone Chuck's "Chomper" (Premium $1.25
(Italian Cheese), tomato, onion, Ham, -Hot Pastrami a .M.lted'

Today and tomorrow June plckl., salt, pepper, super Cheese)
seasoning and 100 p pure olive oil Hot Pastrami $1.15
for dressing): Hot Peppers also Hot Pastrami a Swiss $1.30

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Th. Roast Beef, Cubana (U.S. ,, $1.65v Provolon.) ,
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The Tuna Cubana (Charlie's $1.50 Egg Salad $.95
Favorite) ,' Boston Baked Beans $-45
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Th. Cheese ft Pickle Club,(join us) $1.30 Cottage Cheese ft Pineapple $.60
Th. bobby Sr. (Choice Roast Beef, ,$1.90 (Dollar Delight) ,
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onion. pickle, mustard or mayo.) No) :...
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will become the property of (Served on your choice of fresh (A large salad of Lettuce, Tomato '

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ByDREWDAHL least alerts them to the possibilities. This and :,' ."
Alligator Staff Writer the highly competitive market is the reason :;if >- ': '"

life insurance is not bought, but sold, Scevola "IooJ \, .
The phone rings- in the dorm in married said.SCEVOLA ,, III't':.tt''\ ''I .'
in The WHO DENIES has been ;'It, J I \' '
housing an apartment. scene changesbut there ,t ,
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the participants remain the same: ,a any unethical activity on campus, blames a "itP,!y,
graduating senior and a life insurance agent. small minority of college agents involved in .;' .
"Hello?" dubious business methods for the somewhat .J'
"HAVE YOU EVER considered buyinglife tarnished image of the industry as 'a'whole. "" :
insurance? I have some statistics here that Klock stressed "there is no 'best' life insurance "
show. ." policy. The best policy is the one '" ./Ar'I'::, ;' & k\ )
Two UF students ,who received such calls which'most efficiently meets the needs of the ',:, .I.:..
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exhibited varying reactions. student." ': .0
Tim Sullivan, 5PH, said he usually told The fact that unneeded policies are ;, ..r o.l ra
insurance solicitors he already was insured. sometimes sold is in part attributable to the :::
But at an unguarded-moment he was called gullible nature of most students Klock said. j,5,
and agreed to talk to an agent After three "STUDENTS ARE ESSENTIALLY
hours of discussion with a "very cordial unsophisticated, uninformed, and very
agent": he decided, the, policy was right' for susceptible to the hard ,sell., Many students ': .r' :
him. bought, the policy merely because ,the .I' : '
PAUL EZATOFF, 4AS listened for just a salesman seemed to be a 'hell of a nice guy,'"
short while before hanging up on what he Klock said. '
considered a pest. Much of the mix.up.ln choosing policies "yt!
Probably, ,either did the right thing.: arises from the complicated ,wording of the
Without thoroughly checking other agents contract and is compounded by confusing
and prices,Sullivan could not be sure he was applications of prices and values., ,
getting the best deal. On the other hand, by Another problem involves the wide choiceof
refusing to hear,the agent out Ezatoff might policies and the difficulty determining
have passed up a good investment which, policy would best ,satisfy the, buyers' ,
UF STUDENTS BUY appropriately $15 needs.. The two basic types customarily
million dollars worth of life insurance suggested are whole life and term insurance.
protection annually. WHOLE LIFE POLICIES contain
Such a large market of relatively inexperienced protection plus an' investment opportunity "
consumers creates a potential known as "cash value." Under this contract
target for the "hard-sell" and other the policyholder can cancel his insurance at
questionable tactics. any time and receive the amount of cash' he
.
Student Government is investigation has built. ';" ., .\
planning an, !; I : :
into Gainesville life insurance I The value of the investment is debatable. It .
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companies, according to Student Body Vice has a relatively low return of 1 per cent to 6' ? it-1, '
President Dan Lobeck: A comprehensivereport per cent However, forced payments which ,,. f//.' '.I' ','t,
on prices and benefits will be compiledthis can later be recouped, make many' peoplesave ", r, :': I i L' 'T..1.
summer or fall quarter by an expert who ''otherwise would not. \ graphic by suson tplzz
committee. Lobeck is now interviewing applicants Term' insurance offers only protection. '.';, ; : ';A ;",; ,',' : ,;' ,' .':'in I ,flfe/.'Ii"' V''

for the committee. However, most term policies sold today can be "... ." ,\ :'
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often been accused of using unethical or even later 'proving 'good health and without, "
illegal tactics, according to David Klock, UF paying the high cost of whole life.
assistant professor of insurance. WHOLE LIFE DOES not offer nearly as in their product line their agents seldom needs, whether it be family protection,
Klock said the college special agents solicit much protection per dollar as term. For inform the students of this alternative," securing future insurability or making an
interest by contacting college seniors, usuallyby .instance; $300 annually invested in whole life I Klock said.' investment.
phone, and urge them to buy life in will yield about $15,000worth of protection, 'Thi|high price tag is often circumvented by GOOD AGENTS CAN be found by
surance. whereas $100 in term affords roughly $25,000 issuing a promissory note on the policy.,The shopping around and by seeking the advice of
Practices criticized range from harassmentto '-but without the added advantage of saving. agent will offer to loan the first ,year's people knowledgeable in the field lawyers,
"rebating" and "birddogging." Salesmen may attempt to sell the high cash 'premium to the student, who makes up ,the bankers, and so on.
REBATING, OR RETURNING to the value whole'life policies' because' it is more deficit in later years. :Although none alone is conclusive, many
prospect part of the original payment as an profitable to the company and yields the 'Klock emphatically urges'prospective indicators can be used to help determine the
inducement to purchase, is illegal saleman a larger commission. Although it can buyer not to agree to this type of policy. Few quality of an agent. Good credentials include
,Some agents also pay students to solicit new be a sensible investment for some buyers, the :students know when they sign that they will be certification as a life underwriter, active
customers in the dormitories, where, agents" typical student cannot afford the coSt. 'able to meet the premium payments a' year involvement in the underwriters association,
are not allowed. This "unlicensed: practice": is According to Klock."the main policies sold later. Also, if the policy is cancelled: the note ,and, membership ,In' the- ,Million Dollar
called birddogging.. by agents active on campus ,are, high cash becomes due Immediatelysaddling the ex- Roundtable Klock said.
Art $mool&., of fidelity Union :Life, value policies that typically are'DOt'compatible policyholder with'a,large, debt. It also pays to shop for price. An Alligator
defended the part of the company ,he heads to the needs of the student For many 'Amidall this controversy,,there is one thing survey of randomly selected: local insurance
which deals :exclusively with the college. students, low' cost term insurance may. be everyone seems to agree on students could agencies showed significant price differencesfor
market. He maintains'students do not know '.more desirable. solve many of their problems by looking for areputable comparable policies. ,For instance, term
enough about life insurance to serve; their own "WHILE MANY OF the companies agent. A good professional agent insurance payments varied by as much as 18
best interests and by,contacting them, ,he at represented on,campus' have term insurance will tailor a policy to fit,a student's particular! percent.





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Compilers. with computer printout in I background analyzes Star Trek game he perfected I



THE STUDENT assistants who have the skill, time and
funds find troublesome in the Florida Fortran
(from page one) state to errors
computer language, render valuable assistance lo students
A computer to generate the right answer.A having problems with their jobs and amuse themselves with
LII few hours before the final was due, he said "1 can't even the computer.
PhIL begin to think of what's gone wrong." Daggers "debugged" the Star Trek game. Debugging
i I THE PROBLEMS prove so great for some people that,as consists of removing any error in the program.
Katz observed, "people live here." The "user" plays Captain Kirk in making command
/ Another student verified Katz's statement. He said he is decisions for the Enterprise in a battle with a Klingon ship.
one of many who have slept there;he luckily has a friend witha THE USER merely tries a number from one to nine on the
key to the building. terminal, then presses the margin return. A terminal relays
Sue Penny, 4AS, diligently corrected her program she the information directly to the computer and, if desired,
forgot to put a space between the quotation mark and the directly back.
word quoted. "After a while you get used to it." she said. The numbers correspond to possible tactics. Then the
"YOU HAVE TO have the right logical mind" she said. computer prints the result of this action, a possible reactionby
Some of the people with, the "right logical mind," like the Klingon, and the new battle situation.
Jaggers, 3EG, really enjoy themselves with the computer.One Computers can also be enjoyable to less skilled users. Sue
student doing research with the computer on a Zimmerman, 2UC taking the introductory computer information -
mathematical problem involving mapping, took a break and sciences course, admitted that she has difficulties,
had the computer generate an immense, three-color spiral but said, "I 1 like it-I think it's fun."
diagram. The computer specialists sometimes create the problems.

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The library of the future will probably containrow

upon row of neatly stacked computer tapes {T.. { \ .Y.S .
amassing the collective knowledge of mankind.At .

least, that's the prediction UP library
director Gus Harrer made in a press release some

time back. .
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Extolling the virtues of a computer library,
Harrer pointed out that UF has already made

headway toward that goal, being the first ii
university in the nation to store the entire 1970 W ::' ')

census report on tape for use by the public. ",, /

Well, at least. that information is readily
available.
Those of use who have wandered amidst the

long dusty rows of Library East, and West have
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often had cause to wonder why, among all those

volumes, we never seem to find the ones we need.

In fact, an Alligator survey earlier in the quarter
found that students have little better than a 50-50
chance of finding the books they need in UF 6 b b'I' -

libraries. Only 35 out of 100 books selected at 6 .

random could be located, even though only eightof '
YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT 1xec..a-eur"HOOT
those were checked out. \-\ YOU ARE! eveRYTHING

Of course, library officials themselves admit the
library is steadily deteriorating, beset by increased *

student enrollment, inadequate funding and rising

prices. Beware of leg women guys
They point out that while student enrollmenthas ,

increased 20 per cent between 1972.74,

funding for library acquisitions, binding and Well. here we: are at the end of the quarter, trying to do 10 mouth, smoke will come pouring out. .Now, that's not
equipment decreased by 18.5 per cent. In that weeks' work: in seven days. How can we keep, from going natural.
time, no new positions had been authorized for the crazy? There are many traditional outlets getting stoned, ACTUALLY IT'S NOT his attractive legs that have this
general library. or dozing in the sun outside the J. Wayne Reitz Union. effect; it's my feelings toward him as a person. My way of
Or else we could resort to the age-old lure of sexual attraction becoming attracted to someone is almost always the same. I
While all these problems clearly reflect a need
and start up a conversation with that creature with meet the person and just accept them casually without much
for increased funding, an unlikely probability in a the gorgeous legs who sits next to us in basketweaving class.
tight money year, we still can't help but wonder if UNFORTUNATELY. whether or not we'll start up a
the library staff is doing all it can to preserve what conversation and then make an advance depends a great dealon
volumes they do have. our sex. If Flakey Foureyes asks Sandra Student for a
date, no eyebrows will be raised. [C JAMS MARA ]
Currently, students who hold on to overdue,
But suppose Sandra Student is eyeing the supple legs of
books are find 25 cents a day, with the threat of Flakey Foureyes? What can SHE do? The question is very
having their records flagged if the, fines are not relevant to my. life right now because (a) I'm a leg freak andb .
paid. ( ) there's this guy in my basketweaving class. .
But students may only account for about half of It's the same thing every time. The minute those faded blue thought. Then they say something, or someone else says
cutoffs come into sight, my Eve's apple (or whatever you callit something about them, that gets my interest. Once I've
the overdue books in the library. An Alligator
)>> shoots up into my adenoidsand, by that time I've had a realized that their ideas or philosophy Or whatever attractsme
sample of 722 overdue books found that 49 per chance to gulp it back down,the class is over. I take a closer look.If .
cent were checked out by faculty members, who WHY IS ITso embarassing for me? they're smart enough to act indifferent to me at this
make up only eight per cent of the library users. This is what goes through my head: I figure he'll think, "If .point, it's hook,line and sinker. Alas I must admit, I'm very
Some of these books had been checked out as far she has to ask some guy out, she must be really desperate." I prone to infatuation.
back 1968. don't know if,men feel this way when they ask out a woman Only after I've decided, "Hey, this guy is really creative (or
as they've just met, but I feel sort of defensive. I don't want him intelligent, or whatever),"does the physical side come in. But
Unlike students, professors are not fined. In to think I'm the wallflower of the South. when it does come in,it's like high tide at Big Sur.I .
fact, all a faculty member faces for holding a book Next,rmafraid that if I initiate something, the whole burdenof ONCE ALMOST maimed myself following this guy's legs
too long 'is a letter requesting him to "please, carrying it through will fall on me. And as I sit in class, through the glass doors at the Hub. I didn't even notice the
return them." eyeing my sandals,that seems like a job far too heavy for even door closing in my face. (I just have to get some Blue Cross-
an Amazon's shoulders. Blue Shield.)
Professors are"not for losing a
even charged' AND LAST OF all, naturally I'm afraid of being rejected.Oh In a way, I'm lucky these infatuations never come off. I
book. ,well. It's'a good way to keep awake in class"; taunting can't imagine how I would handle it.
Library heads now talk about starting a policyto myself with my fears. I dare myself, "Ask him out after class I wish I could reach out to Blue Cutoffs and other people in
give students seeking a book the name of the today. Tell him "Women's Lib" is playing at the Dragon Art my classes not as a "pickup" number, but just to make
faculty member who has it and letting the students Theatre and you want to go as a joke. .No-No. ." contact. But'I guess it's too late to try it. The quarter.is all
I know the whole thing would probably work out if I would but
track it down themselves.We over and they don't call this"dead week" for nothing.
just act natural. The trouble is, I can't. I don't feel natural. I BUT SOONER OR later,.(it's going to happen even if I
can see why they would want the students to feel as if I've swallowed a case of dry ice and if I open my have to mainline estrogen to get up the ovaries to do it.
do their work for them. As one director recently

commented, some faculty members do get "crustyand

nasty" about returning books. Ion CUMlnghom Davkl KI.in
But we see no reason for faculty members to be The Independent Edltor-l 'ChI" Monagin0Witor I
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handled with kid gloves, or treated any differentlythan ,
Bnfiom
David
students in the matter of overdue books. We Florida Alligator:
find the policy of charging a student 25 cents a day I ",, layout EdlbrLiii .

while treading lightly over faculty nothing short of Q.neticatt Mlndl K.imon ...: : Jody Carlin

discriminatory.If EP News Editor Layout Editor

faculty were assessed similar fines, perhaps to
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severe one takes time." Donna Lubrano :vv"-v.v.v.v.v. : : ::. .. . ? >Advertising Coordinator Manager off ic.s behind the College Inn.
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But we're beginning to suspect that if library Lynda Homier.Advertising Buuneu Office phone:'3764446.

officials are left to their own devices on this issue Lynn Sokl.r , . . ". .. , .Editorial Editorial Department: 376-445*.
of those late books not be returned until Jim Espolito , , . , . , ', Editorial Production Manager Advertising and Production
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More changesneeded Textbook battle rages


af UF

EDITORi I am sorry to see that Dan Lobeck has been from available texts or were unnecessarily assigned and these
EDITOR UF is an institution of higher education. This in encouraged to mount his charger to gallop out and do battle resulted in profits that could be reasonably shown to be the
itself would imply that the student would be justly placed in with the professors who assign their own textbooks to their cause of these misassignments.I .
an atmosphere that would facilitate the benefits of a higher classes. I am one of those professors and I am tired of havingmy WOULD JOIN him in correcting these abuses. In the
(education integrity so irresponsibly impugned.The meanwhile I would be much happier if he would stop making
After attending UF''for three consecutive quarters I find ,notion underlying this "campaign"'is' 'that we chose wholesale condemnations of innocent people.In .
this to be undoubtedly false. This can be proven by the atmosphere our own textbook instead of a better one in order to make an earlier letter Lobeck threatened to publish my name
t that prevails at UF and the faculty found within it. money. in The Alligator,..publicly identifying me as an unrepentant
A TYPICAL COLLEGE freshman attends a summer PRESUMABLY, IF we are deprived of this profit motive sinner, if I did not agree to pleading guilty by returning to the
)j orientation program. It is here that he comes in contact with we will automatically assign a better text. There are a few students my royalties .
an "overw elminaly inspirational faculty." He learns about scurrilous. subplots such as our writing textbooks for this At that time I said "Wholesale condemnation of a class of
dogma' an He is informed of :his general requirements and immediately abused students.In is a poor form of moralism." Because some students
registered for fall ,\quarter. The possible alternatives short Lobeck is saying that for money (in my case it cheat. Because some people who smoke marijuana take
l. replacing {ihe standard, requirements rarely pointed out. amounted to $5.50 this quarter) I am purposefully,abusing a hard drugs. .Really such reasoning is bad. When it is
It appears that it is not that important to have a motivated position that I have honored for 25 years. He asks me to plead exercised by a student body vice president it is sickening.
\ freshman class., Conforming to the structure the student is guilty by returning the royalties to the students.I .
l lending himself tp many dogmatic classes. would much prefer (and previously recommended) that Wilse B.: Webb
HE WILL RETURN in the fall and sit in classes Lobeck establish cases in which inferior texts were chosen Graduate Research Professor
predominately taught by graduate assistants. If he has at least
one professor he has struck it rich. He is one of the most
fortunate freshmen for he has had the experience of having a

"college professor." patA6Q ij
Occasionally the student will run into an inspirational
professor who will have had enough experience backing him qtq i. ..
to know what it takes to motivate his students to learn. Too
often the student will walk into a classroom and before too _
long hear his instructor explaining why he is teaching.
Commonplace at UF the instructor is teaching because he
has to fill his quota of hours in order to do his research and at ir
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the same time be part of the UF faculty. It is great that UF is /
receiving recognition for this research. However the student
does not benefit Adequately when his instructor has no desireto

teach. V.v;,
A STUDENTt especially an undergraduate, needs to be ..
motivated*and inspired to learn. Not only does he need to be
inspired fpr many times that can be self-employed, but he
needs some reassurance that it is all worth it. It is time that
instructors began to create an atmosphere whereby learning
could be thought of as a beautiful growth process.
Instructors shquld provide an atmosphere whereby learning
could be Applicable to the student's life. The class should not
be thought\ of as a means to an end the test. Professors
should teach because they have a desire to do so.
It should be of major concern that the students are growing
with their education not stagnating and will continue to be
motivated. Learning the expansion of the mind is the
foundation of life. People need a sturdy foundation in orderto
continue the building.IT .
IS VITAL to the future of UF that faculty and students
within it become organized to do their best to rid themselvesof -

This apathy.is an institution of higher education. Education no "I01.WN MI.,

longer should be a means to an end.
It must begin to be a means to many different roads and
ultimately the pansion and motivation of one's mind. The
UF has:a great potential with some flexibility employed to Housing inconsistencies shown
become ,a true.institution of higher 'education.
WHEN STUDENTS AND faculty begin to cooperate with
each other and take an interest in both teaching and learning EDITOR According to an Alligator article of May 13, the minate the lease of a nursery school which has been in
UF Housing Office states that it is so interested in providing operation for 24 years.
UF will be on its to a vast .
way improvement.LSsaMalacoff.lUC student housing that it must (with only 60 days notice) ter-' If this is correct why is it that Housing, over the written
objections of the village council is currently using a two-
bedroom apartment in Diamond Village for nothing more
than furniture storage?
WHY IS IT thaj? some apartments sit vacant for weeks
awaiting new occupants while other applicants are forced to
wait for months or years to be admitted to married student
housing? (I was not allowed to move into my apartment untilit
had been vacant for two weeks.)
Why is it That some families with children are forced to wait
9j. months to move from a one-bedroom apartment to a two
bedroom, unit while at the same time couples with ,not
children ate assigned to two-bedroom units?
It appears that Housing could use ,some management
expertise as well as a different and more student-oriented
philosophy.

( R. Eo Ball


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In a tradition that dates back to 1931,17, selection committee is made up of the Vice t
students have been selected for the University President for Student Affairs, presidents of b : UF housing officials expect both on-cam-
University of Florida Hall II of Fame. the student body, Florida Blue Key, } : pus and off-campus housing to be filled
They Join a long list of former students Omicron Delta Kappa, Savant, and the no nearly to capacity this fall, but they do not
who not only excelled at.the University, but Digest Student Senate, and the Chairman of the foresee the last-minute hassles of last fall.
became state and national leaders,such as Board of College Councils. The committeeis i ix Off-campus Housing Director Carl Opp
the late governor Dan McCarty, former Produced chaired by the Director of Alumni noted that many more student this year are

U.S. Senator George Smathers, .Board of by,the'' Division,; of/In,,/formation 4fubtialiont Affairs. x L 4 making their living arrangements for fall
Regents chairman Marshall Criser, U.s. ; 'Service/ *to commit"','''.."*. Named to one of the highest honors the quarter before they leave for the summer.
Representatives Sam Gibbons and Charles ktlt' Off it 'notice, *A import! university bestows on its students were: Opp noted that those students who have not
Bennett, and Commissioner of Education "information' ''' ''''' '' ,to undent*,family,.A Gregory H. Burfitt, 7BA, President, I pC made fall arrangements and plan to leave
Ralph Turlington. gall(/ /at r the''' (t-HH-rrtily-'/ ''; of Florida.the Board of College Councils, Student Gov-- for the summer should arrange for housingas
Originally'established' as an honor be- ernment Constitution Convention Delegate, quickly as possible. He added that
stowed through Florida's' yearbook, the Who's' Who nomination, are qualities of and member President's' Special Committee approximately 15 major apartment com-
Seminole (last published in 1971)), students leadership, service to the Universitybothpast to Investigate Student Government plexes are already filled for fall quarterand
named to the Hall of Fame are selected and current, participation in student Elections; R that many others are nearly full. Opp
from Florida's' nominees for Who's' Who in activities, and academic performance. Lori J. Caldwell, 7AS, Student Body Vice also encouraged students who wish to share
American Colleges and Universities. Nominees must be in their 10th quarter President, student delegate to University -- 'an apartment with someone to stop by and

one Nominees major! field must have of activity excelled, and in at"have least and Florida must for have two attended quarters the prior University to the of Senate program, Director of SAMSON Big;Brother/Big- / Sister .Hall of Famers also;include, left to right,nJ Lobed, Greg Borfitt, Bert Harris, David Cardwell,,;;, Jim Eaton,Steve Merryday,Tom: Elliget>t, Bruce. ::;Singer r"and Mike Davidson.. place bulletin a board notice at on the the corner Housing of, Museum Office "I(

shown a degree of interest in a minor quarter in which they are considered for David E. Cardwell, 4LW, Homecoming Road and SW 13th Street. "
field." the honor. 1974 General Chairman,, President Pro summer 1974; airs; University College and Arts and Sciences Paula C. Smith, 4AS, Director of Envir-- Approximately 10,000, off-campus rental
The criteria for selection, in addition t to The Hall of Fame and Who's' Who Tern of Student Senate, Interfraternity Steven D. Merryday, 4LW, Student Body William D. Rubin, 4JM, Student Senate honors programs, High.Honors Senior onmental Action Group, consultant to units(houses, trailer, apartments) exist in
...- Council Executive Committee; President 1974-75, Director of Florida Blue resident Spring to December 1973, Stunt Research Project in Immunochemistry; Statewide Conference on.Growth 1973-74, f the Gainesville area, Opp said. He said 174
a AiiTL Ct uS Michael H. Davidson, 4LW, Secretary of Key Speakers Bureau 1973-74, UF nomineefor Body Treasurer, December, 1973, toune Bruce M. Singer, 3LW, Chief Justice of Arts and Sciences high honors program; new units have been constructed since last
Student Activities for Student Government, Rhodes Scholarship; t e 1974, "Accent" Executive Commit- Student Traffic Court,chairman of Student fall.There
l Majority Floor Leader of Student Senate, Roberta Reisberg, 4ED, Mortar Board e; United Way Drive fall 1972,member City of andMichael Snyder, 6BA, Accent Chairman will be approximately 6,400, single
producer of Gator Growl for Homecoming president 1974, Florida Cicerones 1973, Robert D. Safian,, 4AS, Dean's' List and Gainesville Beautification Board January, 1J73-74, initiated Interfraternity Council's' student living spaces on campus in the fall
1974; member University Committee on Student resident's' List several times 1971-75, 1971 to December 1972; Top Professor award, Phi Beta Kappa. and all have been reserved. This is an
!P James E. Eaton, 4AS, Student Senate increase of 500 spaces over last fall, and is
<, >' r rr president, member University Public the result of expanding double rooms t to

u r Functions banquet program Committee coordinator, Homecoming and current 1973 This UF M +chine/ Can Do Your ChewingThe triples cheaper to housing.satisfy Fred student King of demand On-Campus for

9r a president of the Student Body. Housing noted that the expansion of some
,t Raymond T. Elligett, Jr., 4AS, honors doubles into triples is one of several efforts
by UF housing officials to prevent students.
rw programs of University College and Arts
iTL ... and Sciences, member course initiation following article was transmitted '. land,Ohio,under a grant from the National having to reside, even temporarily, in
committee of Arts and Sciences student nationally by United Press International: Institute of Dental Research.The dormitory lounges this fall.
council, student member of Arts and Engineers have developed a "chewing fi'T 'j project was transferred to the Single student on-campus housing range
i I LORI CALDWELL ROBERT HARRIS KEVIN MALONE ROBERTA REISBERGBILL Sciences College Assembly; machine" tint, could help dentists ease the University of Florida last year to take from $$100 quarter for non-air conditioned
BertJ. Harris,HI,4AG, Director FOCUS discomfort of dental restorations by improving li. advantage of the College of Dentistry's' coop>p living to $$245 quarter for an air
,. I summer early registration program, chair- the fit to the patient expertise in jaw movements. conditioned single room. However, most
man J. Wayne Reitz Union Board of The project at the University of Florida's' students pay between $$170 and $$215 per
4 Managers, Chairman Florida Blue Key College of Dentistry is still in the research !. ;; fig quarter for a double room.A triple room is
,, a speakers bureau stage, but Charles Gibbs said the device i; $$30 per quarter cheaper.The .
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H I Robert M. Harris, 3LW, Honor Court could help dentists make working models of : I; f Ii,1ikkSIk Fine Arts 1,084, ,married housing units, rentedon
Chancellor, student senator, Homecoming a patient's' mouth to duplicate importantjaw ; a monthly basis, range in price from$$80
1971 Special Functions chairman; movements. ; to $$125 per month, with and without

Dan Lobeck, 1LW, Secretary of Consu-- Gibbs, an electrical engineer and chief I' ism t tf _______ Dean SearchTo utilities. No new married housing has been
e mer Affairs for Student Government, investigator of the project,,. said this. will added since the purchase of Tanglewood
9 Y.p Director of Dialogue radio program, enable dentists "to build their bridges and Apartments early: in 1974.
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.p Alumni Affairs "outstanding male leader" restorations to fit properly so that when There are currently three co-ops on
class of June, 1973, and current vicepresident they go in the mouth they have a proper fit Begin campus, with the recent addition of
az of the Student Body. on the biting surface of the teeth." air-conditioned North Hall Co-ops along
Kevin A. Malone, 1LW, Phi Beta Kappa The, chewing machine also will help f A search and screening committee to with Reid and Buckman coops. Students >;k(
fall 1973 dentists diagnose the movements of the .f't living in co-ops perform their own cleaning,
President of Student Senate nominate dean for the of Fine
a College
new
I } RUBIN ROBERT SAFIAN PAULA C. SMITH, MIKE SNYDER
and other
service in
cooking, laundering ,
winter 1974, Law school honors spring and26YEAROLD ,mouth when a patient complains of joint Arts has been elected and will hold a for rent
GARY FRANCIStHe's pain. meeting today 12:15: p.m. in the exchange cheaper
Approximately 1,600, students live on
f' Sometimes a small adjustment on the ,chairman's' conference Room in the Music
I teeth surface can relieve that pain, he said. iwr1 Building.The campus in fraternity and sorority houses.
Students living this fall will be
UF's First MD-PhD GraduateGraduation Another application' will enable pedodon-- ', committee, elected by the,,facultiesin able to move in on campus earlier than usual,
fists the
children's
( orthodonists) to study each department, is composed of
is a frequent affair for ."... disease states. growth and development of children's.teeth. Richard Bowles, chairman, and James according to housing officials. Dormitories
26-year-old() Gary Lee Francis.On ,"There are so many diseases which we r1 r1d Hale of music; Kenneth Kerslake and will open at 1 p.m.Friday;,September 12,so
June 14 he will receive his Ph.D. in know little or nothing about," he explains. To make the jaw measurements, patients Jerry Uelsmann of art,and James Hooks of that students can attend the September 13
biochemistry,,from the University of Floe "Since biochemistry is quite basic to suffering the painful effects of adding theatre.. home football game.
ida Graduate School-exactly one year ..: understanding the physiology of the human different types of restoration to their dental The committee will discuss qualificationsfor
after earning his M.D.with honors from the GARY FRANCIS :', body, I decided this would be the area in structures are fed bite-ize portions of the position at today's' meeting. It has ''Hassle Free'' LookingFor
College of Medicine. By skipping his fourth Eight Years which to seek a doctorate." cheese, raisins,carrots and gum and chew drafted letters to various segments of the
year undergraduate school and entering Out Of I About ten other universities in the United for half an hour. campus community asking for" nomina' Volunteers
medical school early, Francis has man- High& School: .. States offer a combined M.D.-Ph.D. pro- Wire bands are fastened to the patient's' 1j tions. The committee must limit its searchto
aged his' double doctorate eight, years I gram. Dr. Melvin Fried, assistant dean for teeth and, without touching the biting == .someone currently on the faculty '.
The Office of Student
: Service's "HamFree"
following graduation from high" school in \'! graduate medical education' says, "The surfaces so he can chew normally, are 1 1ji b because c there will be no'new line added. is
it J{ program seeking off-campus
Jacksonville. graduates of such programs serve as attached
passed between the lips and The committee will meet again Thursday
Francis is the first student at the :i'' bridges between research-oriented>> medical i student volunteers.for fall quarter. Hassle-
outside the mouth to an electrical mea as well as on Thursday, June 10, at the Free volunteers who live in
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University of Florida to graduate from a science and the clinical or service-oriented .. apartment
serving instrument same time and place. It has set July 1 as a
combined M.D.-Ph.D.program,,referred to ptliFiGiBSA'I+.A11r ,medical practice..:They h have to be unusual We made models of the patient's' mouth, target date for making a nomination to the complexes,'trailer parks, rooming houses,
as the Medical Scientist Training Program.The search. He leaves soon for Yale to becomea individuals to operate In both'spheres, and exact duplicates in dental stone," Gibbs I PROF.CHARLES GIBBS''EYES''CHEWING MACHINE vice-president for academic affairs. etc., serve'for as information and referral
curriculum, an intensive blending of house officer in pediatrics,his major area! they prove especially) valuable in helping to persons other' students living in that
basic science and human biology, was of clinical interest., tie together.efforts' in patient care, research said."The machine. technically called a n in detail" Gibbs foresees the day when the chewing area. Volunteers are equipped with the
planned while Gary was progressing Francis said his decision to' work,toward and health education." replicator) baa six(motors that move the Sibbs said the machine I provides three' ,machine will be set in recording centers dates,deadlines,rules and regulations. ,and
the courses. Eight students now both M.D.and Ph.D. degrees was based on Francis I went under the supervision of a skilled technician other information needed to assist. fellow
through spent, most of the past year in lower Jaw-the upper'Jaw being fixed-andduplicates ways of checking: Jaw move- Legislative Hotline' students.
are in various stages of the program. a desire to equip himself not only for research: under the'' supervision of Dr. the movements! that we record Francis plans a career in academic applying current scientific knowledge to Phillip P. Tastes,, assistant professor of from the .". "ugh a motion duplicator'at one-tenth graph unit at hospitals. are particularly needed to
he IIId.uln'
will allow him to share and the relief and of human but patient,, I machine began in Information on the status of bills in the serve as resource persons for new'studentsfall
chewing
medicine that care suffering medicine. His
the
studies on the role of the a .tensehe* said ""we have f vifct......display terminal with four Work on
,/ Center at 1975 Florida legislature can be obtained by quarter. To volunteer, call Student ,-
his broad base of education also for researchto Design .
seeking answers through Engineering
in the
expand upon pancreas Vitamin B-12 on various 1962 at
absorption : J of and
the .
transferred the movements of the patient points Jaw;
toll-free l. .3.3I827.. Services 392-1261
in Cleve-- calling or stop by 129 Tigert HalL0.
through teaching, patient care and re-- the innumerable questions related to served as the basis for his doctoral thesis... onto the workbench where we can study rtous statistical computer plots.PPortoutyAffirmitive Case Western Reserve College

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Stolen property adds COMMITTEES



to UF money problems



Student Government
Office equipment thieves are compounding covered by theft insurance. ,
financial problems at, UF. "Office equipment is only covered by the
A UF inventory reported $102,538 in mandatory State University System fire in
campus property'lost or stolen from July 1, surance policy," Reeb said. "The cost, of is still accepting
1974 to Jan. 31, 1975. insuring against theft would be prohibitive."
UF PROPERTY Manager Rick Reeb said, REEB also said he drew little comfort from
$15,000 to $20,000 could be attributed to statistics indicating the value of stole propertyat
actual theft with office equipment the prime UF is only half that at Florida State student applications
target. University and only ,one-third that at the
"Most of the stolen property was pocket University of Miami"Regardless ,
calculators! electric typewriters and overhead of comparison statistics,
projectors" Reeb said, most of which is notCoed property theft from UF has risen at a drastic for the following ,
rate from last year," Reeb said. "Although I
don't have any statistics to compare to last
strikes year's loss, in my eight years in this positionI've
never seen anything like it." University ;'. '
} Reeb said property losses due to theft since
assailant Jan. 31 have already reached $10,000 to
; $12,000 with more than half the year to go. Committees: ,'
REEB SAID many thefts could be /
both prevented by taking simple security
escapeA precautions such as locking up offices even if
the office holders intend to be gone for a few '
UF coed escaped serious injury Monday minutes. Off-Campus Housing ((6)) .
night after being attacked by an unidentified "I've walked through'buildings and seen
assailant, according to a University Police calculators laying out on desks with the doors Student Co-op Housing ((1))
Department (UPD) report. wide open," Reeb said, "and two weeks later
The woman said she was walking home 'we get a missing property report from the
Curriculum
after studying on campus at about 10 p.m. same offices." ((1)) .;,t', .
when she was accosted by a black male who Reeb said the worse aspect of the theft is .. "
asked if he could walk with her. ''the disruption of education. Academic Schedules
THE MAN THEN forced "AN INSTRUCTOR will
her into a dark find equipment
area behind the Music Building and held a necessary to the particular presentation gone and Calendar ((3)) .
razor to the woman's throat telling her to "be and have to change around the campus to : .
quiet and she wouldn't get hurt." find replacements," Reeb said. "By the time .. '
The woman said she bit the man's hand, the instructor fines replacements students Teaching Evaluation ((3)) )
elbowed .him in the stomach and began have probably either lost interest or left." '
screaming.The Reeb said while the amount of property University Libraries ((4)) \
assailant released the victim and ran stolen represents only about.04 per cent of
toward 13th Street. UF's$51.5 million total inventory,any theft .
Commencement ((4))
The woman suffered .a cut on the right loss is a "personal loss."
hand. "I just can't resign myself to the idea that
Police are looking for a black'man,' about we'll lose a certain percentage of our property Placement ((1))
six feet tall one hundred sixty pounds every year." Reeb said "Whenever I see a .
wearing a long sleeved blue-green print shirt, stolen property report it's like the equipmentwas Student Financial Aid ((1))
baggy pants, platform shoes and a knit hat. stolen from me personally.

International Studies : ,

. UF students robbed at II '
gunpoint and Program ((1)) ";

...Jc. ,Four UF freshmen were robbed at gunpoint sailor's cap. Appeals for Conduct
Monday night in Jennings Hall, according to Police report no shots were fired and no
a University Police Department report. injuries resulted. Admissions Denial
The four students were in their room whena

revolver black male and entered told them holding to lie a down small on caliber the n c-nd..r.: Rcdre"" Safety and Civil Defense ((3))

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floor. It was incorrectly reported in Tuesday's
The man reportedly took a wallet off a Alligator that the Institute of Food and Lake Use and Preservation ((1))
dresser containing $47 and fled. Nothing else Agricultural Sciences received a $653,000
was taken. grant to sttdy lethal palm yellowing. The Student
Police are (poking for a man, described, as correct figure, is $200,000., Organizations .((3))
six foot tall 160 pounds wearing brown
a Alligator staff writer Brian Jones regretsthe
shirt,plaid pants,platform shoes and a brown error. Disadvantaged Students(3)( )


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,TOM VEENSTRA Review Board ((4)) .
HILLELi "An Introduction to the Yiddish-
Alligator Staff Writer Shtetl Culture" will be a speech by Lola Black Culture Center

Hollander tonight at 8 p.m. at the Hillel
Foundation, 16 NW 18th St. Program Board ((4))
CUTBACKS TASK FORCE Faculty, staff COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat Club
and students are needed to join the UF Task will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in room 347, J.
Force on Waste and Cutbacks this summer. If Wayne Reitz Union. This will be the last
interested meet tonight at 7:30: in room 349 meeting of the year. Interested ..
in J. Wayne Reitz Union. CIRCLE Ki Circle K Club will meet Thursday students should
SYSTEMS STUDY There will be an night at 6 in room 150-C. J. Wayne Reitz
organizational meeting for all faculty and Union. apply by Thursday, ,June 5
students interested in forming a systems SAVANT INITIATION The spring Savant
theory research group Thursday at 4 p.m. in initiation will be tonight at 8:30: at Century to Student
u Little Hall room 127. For more information Tower.A reception will follow at the J. Wayne Government .
contact Tom) Simon at 3922080. Reitz Union. Fall tapees may pick up ap
STUDENT SUPPER The University United plication at the reception. 365 Reitz Union.
Methodist Church ((1320 W University Ave.) YOUNG DEMOCRATS The Young
will sponsor a student supper at 6 p.m. Democrats will meet Thursday night at 7:30:
tonight.) A $1 donation is requested. in Reitz Union (room to be announced).


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The winding shores of Lake
Alice will soon have joggers -
SS huffing and puffing along a
S two-mile nature trail.
The "vita parcour," or "life
course," $'!the trail is called,
I was designed by Dr. Ruth
Alexander, chairman of
Ii women's physical educationat
;.. UFo She got the idea last

November from a trip to
Switzerland where courses are
set up throughout the country
for businessmen to use during
31xga
[ their lunch breaks.
Student Government
4 & t t ty financed the $3,000 project.
They expect it to be ready by

S 45 I II IP fall.The
money will be used for
I labor. and materials alone,
since the natural environmentis
to remain untouched. '

The course includes areas

4 for, jogging and exercising.
.; Twenty exercise stations have
"h' I been set up where push-ups,
H sit-ups or even jumping over
logs are executed.

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equipment; nine will have
\ minor pieces of equipment.The .

course starts on the far
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bw side of Percy Beard track. It -j-S
winds behind the UP varsity
tennis courts, by the Spessard
Holland Law Center and
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Alice.
'If
: Signs are posted around the
:.... .;..' course giving directions and
\. ..tf' .. j exercises.For .

those with short endurance
or in a real hurry, a
shorter course has also been

CLASSIC BLAZERIn routed. ;
Alexander said no refreshments
would be provided on S
Summer Shades the course.
'"We hope to make you not _qpt :'erg:_, 1
The vitality and variety of the Blazer ..:.. want to drink or eat,"
scene was never more evident than I Alexander said. "You'll haveto

now with the new styling and the new I wait until the end of the ------__m__ --
photo by dovld flnkl
shades. Eye-catching Brown Yellow, course to" go get your A JOG THE WOODS

Blue and Green. Gatorade. .morning blend of sunlight, sweat I

$34M '
The two houses of the Florida Legislature
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'01': .'Fla. \ '
Tuesday clashed about how much money to
Compare at ,$60-175 1' allocate for state universities' cpnstruction,

: renovation and equipment.The .
house and senate were forced into a
conference committee to resolve a $6 million
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houses' difference in the allocation of funds for State
University System (SUS) capital outlay ex-

'II' .. ,,' penditures.Led .
by Senate Education Committee
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Chairman I Robert Graham, D-Miami the
clash about senate proposed $22.4 .million for SUS
construction costs -' significantly less than
'.. '-""'NOm" n ,V the $28 million the house recommended.
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:, Instead, the senate'gave S97 million .to
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funds where the house, allocated $75 million.
capital
Gainesville Democrat S-n. Bob Saunders
tried unsuccessfully to reduce the K.12
Senthtnark (Kindergarten-12 grade) capital outlay funds
by $12 million saying the public schools
could not use all of the larger sum.
Saunders' legislative aide, AI Alsobrook,
Located at 1.75 & Newberry Rd. said a compromise between the house and t
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_ senate would "most likely" be worked out
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will drop off in summer: Car Cash!

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low auto loan rates.
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the with summer them. months,they will take their blood 0 The Peoples Bank

=-j_ AINESVILLE
"With students leaving town and faculty
cutbacks, we are expecting a decrease in the JOHN G. ADICKS PRESIDENTA
amount of (donated) blood," Chris Fey, a GENERAL FINANCIAL SYSTEMS BANK MEMBER: F.D.I.C.I
volunteer for the Civitan Regional Blood
Center, said Tuesday.Fey .
said approximately 45 per cent of his
donors are students; and, when they leave the
blood center cannot meet area hospitals' rrO FOlJ.l=
demands. l
"People don't wait to have emergencies,"
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Fey said. (j
He predicted that in the summer the ws
number of donors will cut in half. Blood from
Jacksonville, Orlando and Ocala will be # 3 11:s" The 30 fraternities/ / at OFV
v shipped in to meet the demand, Fey said. F, a I
The center only have been open since wont everyone to loosen up V
August. But, Fey said, indications from t-\
hospital blood banks, which have since been I ,..", before finals Ul
consolidated into the Civitan Regional Blood CHRIS FEY .
Center, show that during the summer ., .'we have a constant need
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Gainesville ships in twice as much blood as will lose contact during the summer. } .:. :
compared to the rest of the year. "A lot of people who are regular donors, .
Mary Lou Mazola, center volunteer, said change their address during the summer, so W "Short Cut" "Riddler Band"Sliver
that, having to rely on outside sources for we are unable contact them," Fey explained. : ... S":0 :':0
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donations is risky because there is a chance; "These people should give us their new 3. :: I I
The outside sources may be in short supply of numbers so we can call them when it's time to 1:
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blood themselves.Fey donate. : ..... : ti titi
said he was concerned that the people It takes only 45 minutes to donate blood at "
:: : 8:30-12:30: : on Fraternity Row'1
who are regular donors at the blood center all-volunteer Civitan organization."But .
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HELEN WHELAN now is the time to have the am-
Alligator Sufi Writer fhitheatrewiththe Bicentennial coming up

and we've started gathering informationand UFE STRIDE MISS AMERICA = NINA
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getting it together, 'Keister said.
UFo ,the school that brought you THE AMPHITHEATRE shouldn't cost a ,, CAREER -,SANDIER BARE TRAPS
Gatorade. hopes to bring you a Gatorshell lot of money," according to Keister. (. PLUS MANY OTHERS
to,celebrate the American Bicentennial. "Hopefully the project will be a campus-' }
What I have dubbed a GatorshelP will wide project.
be a 2.000-seat amphitheater with space fora Along with the GatorsheU, "we need
performing group' of 100, said Dr. every department, organization, guild,
Elwood J. Keister. UF professor of music agency and every identifiable group to
'and originator of the plan. form a committee;for the Bicentennial, r
THE GATORSHELL, would be a ,said Fred S. Cantrell, vice-chairman on
"permanent memorial to the Bicentennial Bicentennial Celebrations of the American
." Keister said. Revolution.
He said he suspects the materials for the UF was chosen as one of the first two
amphitheatre come from.the capital Official Bicentennial Campuses in Florida
improvements budget of UF. along with the University of North Florida ,1
Keister held a walking tour with UF at Jacksonville.
Division of Planning and Analysis FOR THIS YEAR'S July 4 celebration.
planners Tuesday to select a site for the UF with WCJB-TV and WUFT-TV will
(, amphitheatre. sponsor a celebration including a
NORTHEAST OF THE Percy Beard ceremony of allegiance UF's summer
" track or near the J. Wayne Reitz Union are band the Crossroads Singers and a pagentv
""two good choices. Keister said. of (flags. Cantrell said.A .
The planning office wouldn't say navy flyover and fireworks will Gainesville Mall e
anything about thesizeof the amphitheater highlight the celebration leading to an
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Committee ; ::::.

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_ Student applications are being accepted for 17 different?'..
university committees according: to Student Body Vice[f
President Dan Lobeckuntil Thursday June 5,/( '\ ,',"
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All students appointed to committees{ serve two-year terms '
and their appointment must be approved by Up:President
Robert Q. Marston.
Tops off Applications are being accepted for the following com.
mittees: Curriculum, University Libraries Lake Use and
A Circle K member works on a pop Preservation Black Culture Center Review Board. Black
top chain to raise money for multiple .. Culture Center Program Board Academic Schedules and
Calendar Commencement International Studies and
sclerosis.
Circle 'K, a service
Programs Teacher Evaluations Safety and Civil Defense
organization, is trying to help make Appeals for Conduct Admission Denial Disadvantaged
the longest pop top chain In the Students Off-Campus Housing. Student Cooperative
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Vnk Z c '& t t a f 'world. Organizations throughout the
Housing, Placement Student Financial Aid and Student
country and Canada are, working to Organizations.
obtain $500,000 for 5,000 miles of
tops. Donations now are' being accepted '
Parking expandedFifty
gets
from area businesses, and .
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students. t." r
parking spaces, south of Jennings Hall(,;have been', i
reallocated to students by the UF Parking and Transportation
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., ahd Yulee halls will be able to park 'in the lot., .located on i
Newell 'Drive starting fall quarter. .
The lot is currently used by career service employes. When I
the J. Hlllis Miller Health Center multi-level parking lot
A ".' opens in September career service employes using'the lot on' ;
Newell Drive will park in the lot currently used by:'visitors to .'
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,I';' v' the health center.Health center visitors will use,the multilevel -' t
lot. ''1'f t''',: ::, I
The committee also voted Monday to reallocate five reserve 1.
parking spaces from the' (Army Reserve Offieet. ,?Training9 1
. photo by david fnk! .l Corps (ROTc)' to ,the Navy ROTC. ':"{:'

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students' enrolled in the' College of Education. We urge all '..' ; ;./ i'. ,

students to become. involved with upgrading the quality of JJ .

education. 4:!y' ;;
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,your Student':Council representative today. ." ; Io : t> .
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I kittensi Siamese, mother, shots Wedding Bonds I Engagement Rings raleigh, 10 SALE FOR ,SALE FOR RENT FOR RENTWHY

ded.must find homes beforef Traditional or Contemporary designs of almost new speed bike Sprite 27 10 Speed Bike Excellent Cond. 2 bedroom apt to rent for summer PAY RENT! Buy a duplex,
f tune 5 weeks old. call 378'3746 your choice. Handmade for individual call steve conn $70 or best offer $55.00. Call Bob 373-9912 evenings option to lease In fall pets allowed, live In one side and rent the other
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Ir, washerI Idryer, ac, carE Smith and lapiditt Unconditional and 2 bar stools $40 also' $375 3731790 anytime 1I.5t.I.5.p) Large Room In nice/ house with short term sublets available nowl I
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kitchen"bath, .t 148 p-) ., to appreciate 65+1 1.3 utll 378,6576 for Fall. MARCAIBO 2500 SW :34th
>>,. :, ,:,, ,wS ->> IJ'xW ((2 'large bedrooms for sale \1973 summerhill trailer 3br for Summer) I La Mancha (b2tl48p) St. 373-1356 (b.St'147-p)
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Close
", very good offer archer to Campus I Females' only .
... rd 305'461'8980 (a 4t near couple $100 + female to share 2bdrm house with
''' .....:; location phone 373.2570 after 5pm. 148 -. Please call 378-4324 ask for Norma campus split
:
I':";; "' p) util or.or 2 female bath liberal, theatre and brod cast(
of Ig room ing
(a *t'144 ) pvt
........... >><" p (b 3t 149-p) .
; Zuzukl TS18S Hodaka Wombat.125 Carl 392 1840 1 376':3499 leave No. (b- majors call 372-3175 after 6pm 1329
: M ;;t.v>>< 197212.60mobl2 I home encell condo must summer only own room In I.rgec .
woe sell or take back north will 2t 148-p) nw 6th st. (b 5t 145-p)
71&'W iuAiy.'Ave. ,carp living t ketch Iniulot roof to be sell for 350 each also have house with law & graduate students
a 3blke POOLSIDE) APT. great deal I for Trailer for bath !
rent 2bdrm and Vt
sold In call after 5 00 trailer one block to norman ball 3771597
aug : or wkendi for 100 or all for
3774643 X 700'37..6576 summer f.m..own' room-clncity located at Conlegore Call 37u:15.'tofter.pm. : :
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373-8530 (o t-l43-p) (a 2t 148 p) no deposits-prefer female grad. std. frederick/ g.rd.ns.c.rpeted'llr. .
(b3t149p) (b-IOl-143-p)
scuba tank us divers 71.2 cu ft aluminum 65 Ply wgn 68 motor good tires good complete, call todayl 378.8491 (b3tl48p -
|'valve 75. honda 350 parts mechanically new brakes transmission meals, maid service/ In lovely quiet )

center stand sealed beam tune.up overhauled. 300 firm 372- residence available( for nonsmoking live In a nice place/ this summer I 211. A:15
parts'call mike 5826 (a 5t 147 p1) grad student or faculty
.17): 0924 after'6pm $140 per mo. sunken bathtub,
(a.St.US.p) member $125 ,"0. 376 4446 or 372- new. IMITMCT.J ,:OS ':00,
privacy trees, close to grocery
Must
9701 (b3t149nc) MrOOUltVMO | 10:00
stereo: technics sa8000x channel sell Graduating Stereo Kenwood store and other services 1523 nw 7th
Summer sublet nice J-br I bath St. 376.2466 (b.4t.148.
3400 )
rec.'MM, retail Is W50; Thorens 165 receiver Dual 1218 turntable p CHARLESBRONSON.
it $125; Marantz 2015'$180. New Jensen model 6 speakers all under apt In N.E. sec avail |line IS-sept IS AU RENTS SlASHEDI)
warran. John 378 9192 (aSt145p1 warranty $500 377.7727 (a'4t.147-p) $118 me. total, nice neighborhood (Special Summer Rates)
RATE please call 3734948 or 392-7014 (to-
SUMMER )
___ SURFBOARD 6.." Overlln pintail Jt.14' ) $100 to$125 PER MO.
knight 100 wan receiver/ and pair .great shape very fast good Florida -, All until, 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury
AinVlU per p.rson ar-4x spkrs $165. sears 1vl.n( b+w tv board$50'ask for Jeff 392 8419 or 123 sublease country garden apt Vi |tune featuret y BREHKOUrINW
pe>r month $25. fender (azzmaster guitar w- Trusler_ hall (a 2t-.148 p1) rent free with option to rent for fall Available for 1 lease through Aug. 31MProine
case $75. call ned 51 at old rates furnished T bedroom View Mobile Village. v.
376"9189.a5t145p .
pm 26' Airstream, twin beds, ac, desk "" !'
near med center 372-6854 373.5050 378-4411 373.3281Available
( )
and couch, complete kitchen,
for TV In every opt.. Rare Oriental Therlomorphlc/ shower etc. old but Immaculate (O5t149p) to new tenant only I i1.23

Furnished Fetish $500 corry village 2(4.4 (a5t145p cheap living asking $2250 terms-' 2 male' roommates needed to share s NDAYY
Individual bedrooms ) now.fall 378-67. (a.2t-I..p) master bedroom at gatortown (bSHIo-p)
starting fall quarter 60 mo. + 1-3 sublet 2br townhouse hawaiian village. IM SIMIt *n4l >tI ,
..Co* Grill VW bug 1965 $450 surfboard 9 ft SAILBOAT. Scorpion fiberglasshull utll. 378.4147 ask for tony (b.3M49P unfurnished both coal 372-1091 (b- I tHiOUtlVAtO I ji
Pool hobplnt.1I/ $30 call 376-0823 (a'St- dacron sailno malntence ) .
147-p) required $325 373"9641 after (a-3t- 10-143-p) 2:20 420 6sOSIriifOi05
148p12x60) FREE rent |June Summer sublet look at our rental listings on home,
Gltane-tour-de"france S3 frame w- option for fall" Spacious 2BR 2bath mobile home,and opts. before
I 1i2 Mock* to compv* j campy, welnmann/ and strongllfe 2br mh air-heat washer utility apt Country Gardens. Nr campus, anyone a fee. Joel Bridget, realtor you pay 404
shed covered
parts good deal' for $195 perforect patio almost new wow hosp., pool ac, dlshwsh/ call 376- SW 4lh. Ave (b-"-'27<)
for racing or, touring, call :392.7908 shag carpet close to campus In 25983t'149-p) .
OW leasing for fall I (_a'5t'147-p) alamar gardens call 378-8922 $3200 Sublet: 2 br 2bath Gatorwood, apt
(a.3t.149.p) HURRYI Sublet own room In 1102 furnllshed carpeted ac
Yamaha fg'230. 12 string acoustic partially furn. apt Vt block from available June 1. Rent reduced to
14 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224 guitar new cost $250, 1 yr old -$125 CALCULATOR hewlett packard 35 campus. $80 ac low utilities. Call 200-mo. Call Ira at 392.2571 or 377-
377-6S68 (a'5t-146-p) trig frunctlons, memory, used one debl between 5:00: and 7:00 373,6658
5491 ( -145-p) .
quarter$135.00 373-2814 (a 3t 149 p) (b2t49p)

for sale 1974 suzukl ts 100 low male roommate wanted trench artr 5*
mileage and In excellent condition townhouse ,O ml
apts own In mid
1 AROUND THE 2 great for street or dirt $400 with
DEATHRACE July $75 utilities for summer Aug. ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
WORLD WITH helmet and manual 378 1752 (a 3t free must rent! call 3739502

2000 149p) anytime (b-3t49p) | a cn f CAe1r__ /twl\
FANNY HILL MENS TEN SPEED 27" Schwinn $100 for summer rent total, for own DOwER 7:15':
Continental book rack lock and room. In 2 bedroom apt. prefer U # ( .
9:15
4:10 6:00 chain good shap $65 or best offer.. .liberal clean female walk to lets N. W 111* Striw'7 :
4:15. 6110 --
Call 378'7024 (a3t149p)
campus nice possible option for fall
8:0510:00 Cinema 4 750.:40GONE : I Doberman Puppies For Sale 7 reds 377.8929 (b-3t.149-p) M
,
((4 females 3 males) and 3 blacks ROOMMATE WANTED 2bdrm K r t A TRUE STOflYlDOTY'WVION

1 to, (females). Females $50, Males $70. 2bath furn, a.c, poolside apt at
Call 3727646. (a3t49p) Country Gardens $105 for Entire


HEARTS 3:30: dbl bed & springs, water bed Summer + 1.3 utll. 376.0909 (b'3t149 -
IN 60 SEC. 7 10 rocker shag rugs vac cleaner, .p)
& I
'30 I paintings desk chair clothes 373 Desperatel! roommate needed for Proudly Presents
3:50' .,5:50'' MINDS 5383 (a3t149p) summer own room, furn. univ.

3 7:50: 9:50 4 Sacrifice! leaving town and must gardens trace share apt with
sell pegeout 10 speed bike. Great grad. student very private. cheap
condition. $40.00 or best offerll I I Call 372.4579 or 376-5963 (b.3t.149.p) Seven Alone

Don 392.8097 after. 5p.m. (a.3t.149PL JUNE RENT FREE AVLB JUNE

) 161 bdr apt ac 2 blks from campus
FANTASTIC DEALII TWIN 303 nw 17 st 372.2744 call between
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Bam.11am and 6pm.8pm (b3t49-
JUST $15 excellent condition 373- p1)
STEVE MARTIN"The a cs.urreta
1467 ((1.3t...9.p) sublet'available now! |June rent free 7JDO:

For Sale: Lifted Waterbed Nine luxory apt. 5 min. from campus
Months Old With Liner And Pad gatorwood 373-7579 373.9895 (b-3t- M. W. lit* S 930CUNT :
$60. 373.3998 (a.3t.149.p) ,.9.P)

ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall
qtr, 1 bdr apt. In The Village. $90 + etJi
'Vj utilities per mo. Call 392-7381 for
.Jonathan. (b3t149p)

S.I..., For rent or sale 17 x 18 trailer air EASTWOOD i
0:1 It'A cond fully equlpt. $95 a mon call
377.2171 or 392.3558 near campus (b- THE E1GER SANCTON
F'v 3t-149-p)
if.
PICTURE TKHHICOLO
.{ Must sublet nice 3 Br unfurnished A UNIVERSAL
house ac carpet fenced yd lease
4 thur aug 240 1 mon 100 dep available
6-15 75 call 373-5987 keep trying (b-
3t-149-p) (j Jr\\ H[ R'I. $1.50 wt.k/ltlllrs

Sublet efficiency apt beginning '''' $2.00 W..k s
ECKANKAR The Path of now. Furnished carpeted,' air. 8 1l "ill II \ LI

Total Gainesville Awareness blocks from campus June rent UJ W. Umverv.lv Ave 7:30 ft 9:50 it
prratd call 373-2624 after 5 pm (b'3t-
Regional Seminar 149-p) OT-M1* t.r

"The Culture of ECKANKAR' SUBLET FOR SUMMER 2 bdrm

June 7 alt 8 duplex apt. walk to campus air the most l highly acclaimed film of tm" yea
The Flagler InnGlin.svill. cond, private porch, furnished,
utility rm. 165 mo. call 377-0995 (b-
*. Florida 3t 149.p)
to the Public is 'the
Open Female Grad Student to share 2 shampoo
bdroom. country cottage Itv.nmiles MMMl viriimwaMmpto of

ECKANKAR is the key for unlocking to campus pets okay 378.0171 uuphkliurifld kaJeidosflMNC: farcethai
$75 month cheap utilities MMwfa:an nrnvspmakpnhewn
the secrets of the universe can moveIn
It is proof of survival of June 20 (b.3t.14?.p) nvw seen up with"s.rs.a..w".r..w:

man after a n't for it gives I or 2 M or F roommates wanted to
evidence that things have share 4 bdrm furn ac kitchen, house
life beyond this physical plane, 1 blck behind Norman for summer.. "the 'la dolce vita'for

including"animals plants and $50 + I.5 util. 392-8604 after 4 or 392- the 1970's
minerals. 8616 (b.3t.149. )
,' we dr..s..a..- p -...aN._..._.....
'brightest t .cleverest, wackiestnew we weer Female roomate. mature neat, .
large bdrm In house 2 blks from

comedian around" MIAMI,.HERALD Free Introductory locturo... tampus $112 per month + Vt utll '' .
1st & last months rent start. July 1 :n
with Grove ScrevatorJ11OO fri. June 6, (::M ,PM call.376.2315. (b'3t.149.p) warren bed)

Room 361 Roltz Union Sublease for summer 2 bdrm. 2 a |Julie chrislie'';'goUKe. hawnATO
bath ac furn, large kltch lying .
UF Campus.For dining room, bbq, pool, walk to v
""campus, hospitals, comfortableliving ;
I
tci more. ) Infonnotlon rent negot 378.5511 (b.3t149"P1 Q

: : call 377-6453 _

COUNTRY COMFORT 2 rooms
Eckanker
,
ioalr available In 3 br secluded home on
Admission)i '3.00 lox J100 Mania fa*. Archer Rd. S ml. west of :34 St. $63 .

mo. mucho land 372-2766 ,(b.2t:149PJ Ots181C1Itt h.s.4winw. ..uu .9-i.44 r.64w.r."
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,'' ': FQftRENTClean FOR RENTJUNE FOR RENT FOR RENT2br. WANTEDMale WANTEDQuiet

Pet ott Newly redecorated 2 RENT FREE 1 br In house SUMMER roomate needed. Rent furn. $175 no pets available roommate needed for nice schoolteacher wishes to
BR 2 bath air.big fenced yard Brick near lake newnan fenced yard pets 45 + "A utll. Country Gardens Apt June 15'option for fall bike to large house. own room & bath, 75 sublet 1 bdrm furn. apt. or house
;Bar BQ cabana, patio 10 x 10 ok option to rent In fall female' or Close to campus two bedroom pool campus call 373-4395 (b-5M46-p mo. V'* utilities, prefer responsible June 18-Aug. 18 at a reduced rate.
'storage workshop S175 mo. 373-5018 male' $80 per mo. to utll. 376,3537 etc. Call Eric 378-0511 (b-5t-U4-p One or two bedrooms In large house '!frfcnlor or grad student 3735011 Write: Cathy Battle Box 920
after 5 (b-3M4frp) (Ib.3t.14-pJ) alter S (c.3t.I49.pJ Hibernla Rt Green Cove Springs,
Sublet: IBdrm Apt Country Manor best area of galnesvllle near duck Fla. or phone ((904)) 284-5205 after
Sublet Luxury Gatorwood Apt. 3 call after 6:00 p.m, 378-9574 (b-5t- pond 10 min. bike to school $83 Need 1:or 2 female' roomates to )
5:00 (C-5M47-P
t roommate. Own room In 3 BR bedroom furnished reg $260 lust 146-p) _____- month 81 1.3 utilities air' cond 376- snare master bdrm with own :
.. house. Walk.to' UF. S68 + 1-3 $199 monthly Available June 15 to room for rent 62.50 air furnished 919 1928 (b-5M44-p bathroom In a 3 bdrm apt. for fall at Roommate Wanted for Summer
I utilities. No.:lease. 377-4158 (b.St.J Quarter Only male' grad. student
Sept 5 Lots of extras 371'63Q.4 after 4 sw 6th ave 1 block behind norman Must rent 1 BR Apt AC carpet Granada call pat 378-7171 or Peggy
145 p) (1b-4t-I41-pJ 392-9355 (c.31.149pJ'SUMMER ) needs to share trailer $68 monthly
call after 6pm 378-5895 rent for the beautiful wooded area 10 minutes _
J Roommate needed to share 3 br Efficiency Apt.for summer quarter summer or longer. (b-5M44-p) from campus to month rent free SUBLET: JUNE RENT plus to utilities call 377-8109 (cSt147p -

home between Royal Park & very new,* to block to campus DESPERATE Must rent two one 377-7158 hurry I (b-4t-146-p) FREE move 'In 6.10 2 bdrm apt. wac )

Westgate OWn room for $75 mo. & 1- central, AC furnished, cable tv, bedroom duplexes. 3 blocks from sublet for summer 2 or 3 bdrm dw, shag rug. large walled In 1 female" roommate, easygoing

1 3 utility. Rooms furnished. Males shag carpet 1241 sw 4th ave, apt No. campus summer, special_" _$125month garage apt., furnished., '2 blocks patio pool call 372-9803 after 7. (c' rent big 1 or.duplex $75 month 3
3789937 (Ib-St.I47.pJ 4 mike 373-444 (b4t.14.pJIbdrm ) blocks from U.F. 373-4604 or 392-
see at 1615 17 NW 3rd Place from campus $170 mo, come by.; ,31-149-pJ)
tubleoiing olf cond. two bedr opt close apt to sublet available June 378-9267 (b-3t-147-p 1014V S.W. 4th Ave. (b-St-144-p) female to share large bedroom In 1883 before 5. (c-3t-145-o

ti : to campus 377-8599 (1b-IOt.U2-pJ) 15. $145. per mo. Frederick Gardens sublease 2 bdr. country gardens 1 br apt furnished air con. near furnished apt for summer qtr. Vt
Apts. SW 16th Ave. Call 3727996 married $125 372- blk from tlgert MS mo. + 1.3 utll. ,
House to share own room air near va + shands June 10-sept 1 campus couples
female small apt. furn. air both after 4:30: or call apt. mgr. (b-4t- RENT NEGOTIABLE call 373-7515 1627 after 5 weekdays all day 1241 SW 4th Ave No. 3 373-4444 (C-3t- LEWISJeweJryCompany..

available In June 'II block to Tigert 148-p) (b-5t.I45.p) weekends (b6M44-p) 149-p) ______ .

Hall 373-M64 (Ib-5t.U7.pJ) Roommate wanted to sublet Urge AVAIL NOW + V* JUNE FREE-2 for rent n.e. bedroom with private Summer rent apt 2 Ig bedr a.c pets' CLASS RINGS
house, 2bkls from campus, $67, to share large bedroom In Gator- bath and all or half studio. Near 1150 w blks to campus panelled also
ttet>Lasll e.twertsn front porch, running water, nice heed F roomate for fall med size DIAMONDSWATCH
": wood 2 br apt. thru august. lowered duck pond. st.rtlnglul.| 1. call beth
:'s neighbors, first come, first serve rates call 37..97.,. (1b-5t.I45.pJ) or michael after 3:30. 376.0226 (b- refrlg for sale good cond 373-0963 REPAIRS>>
!: f : Neal 373-9575 ((6:00 p.m.) (b.3t-Ua. DUPLEX BEHIND NORMAN St'I46-pJ (C-3M49-P) f 200 W. University Ave.

lItitI_ Pj HALL OWN ROOM CALL 378,4158 artistic, liberal', responsible female Wanted: Female room at.. One for 372-4106
<<:<:" <' :. own rm 2bd furn ne house sum fall
:: : Summer
$
w. or 378-9190 (b5tI45pJroom.s ) roomate needed own room 67.50 own room or two to share.
;flb ttrS3iS.: : rit..JSwvt'uo 4)aH opt cent air'heat, w w carpet, moth to utll call 373-5540 rachel 715 ,and.or fall. Choice apt. on the poolat
for .
wanted in
own rooms '
garage must be responsible prof- A Brandywlne call 377-M98 (c-3t- WA MMER iAris
9 St
.W SW Apt.
'' sw section house 50 mth and share
) grad $100 mth.''' utll. call Stu 378- 149-p)
I t 0954373.1020 (Ib..I4-pJ Utilities Call paul 377-5497 D-5M45
.,371. pJ) WANTEDSingle female roommate needed for
SUBLET FOR SUMMER: One BR summer quarter $47 per month & 1- LANDMARKSUPER 1
apt. w-ac. balcony' and large yard. 1 IBr furn apt ac, to sublet. Walk or .
student or couple wanted for 3 utilities landmark apts. No. 45 or
OIDII YOUR $100 mo. 2125 SE 7th St. Call 378-2259 bike to UF. Avail June 15. S125 large room with fireplace In fur call Jennifer at 371.5624 anytime

CLASS RINGS NOW, (Ib'2-14-pJ) summer fall opt. 1100 SW 8th Ave nlshed house. Begin lone 15 pets, (c-3M49-p) p '...
504 (Olumpla Apts) 376-0102 (b-5t145 -
SUBLET for summer The Place welcome $70pm call Ann 377.2937
Female' roomates needed sublet
-p)
I Apts own room AC '4 utll. $60 )c.5t.I45.pJ) own room In Village apts, pets ok,
male roomate wanted available
I.mal.call Mar.bet" 377-0560 (1)b4t148 )> -
$65 'A utll.
+ summer quarter
June 15 own room In 2 bdr. trailer Wanted Used english saddle priced
) ,
p 42 JO plus Vi utilities near campus according to quality. Call Barbara please call Laura at 374 3050 (c-3t- BIKES' Inc.
J ROOMMATE NEEDED Own room 373-2684 keep trying (b-St-145.pJ '371-7334 (C-5M44-p 149-p) ,
and free utilities June 11-August 31
wanted: neat studious girl roommate
for $285 landmark apt. No. 4 377- two bedroom furnished apt to sublet Female' roommate wanted for fallown Rent $62. Country Gardens. i ,PARTS3776901SERVICE3770722

; 5526 (D-4M48-P during summer months with optionto room In 2 bdrm 2 bath, cln cityapt. Call 373-3 75 HI Tom I'Iov. youl
$80 + 1-3 utll. call 377-8111 I
Large furnished duplex. ALL lease for year. Brandywlne apts (c- (c.3t.I49-pJ)
call 373-6164 after Swill bargain (b- 4t146-p)
Catcher'sJewelers utilities FREE, 150 per month Call roomate wanted for summer-your .
373-9813 After 5,or come by number 5t-145-p) 1or2 females needed too rent choice of two places-eltner near
7 N.E. 9th St. (b-3t-148-p For summer need 1 or 2 female' 3rd room of beautiful 3bd furnishedac Jerry's S44 mo call barb 373-5011 or V

t ,LA MANCHA APT 25 pool,color tv roomates( ) by VA hospital, 59.00 a house w-2 fireplaces + pool. 5 pete 373-1_ or near campus pet.373111I .

t 1 L u.ay.Aare S7..61t2J furnished ..c.' good parties, only month + 'A utilities country gar blocks: from matherly, rent$63 $47 (c'31.149.pJ .
densc.1I373-S4521.neor bernle (b- for summer &-or beyond call Jan
$70 |June FREE, till Aug., iptlon In female roommate needed. OWN
fall, phone 373.6670 (b-4t-148-p) 5t-145p 378-7971 or leave message at 392- BEDROOM. 855 mo + 1-3 utilities.
4589
female' roommate summer own 1 Neat female' rmmate, share 2 (C-5M46-P call 373-1512 or 373225 (c-3t-149-p) AM-6PM

J room In 2 bdrm ac 3 blks from bdrm lux apt for summer quarterown Wonderful Roomate Available June female' roommate open minded for 7 DAYS A WEEK
campus furn. apt. to utilities $65 rm to utilities $180 entire qtr. 15 creative. Intelligent liberal 2br furn apt NW sect. 5 blocks to
@ mth avail June 15 please call 3788738 begin occup June 15 ph 377-7910 (b- and a good cookll Want to share campus air pool $69.00 + Vt 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.
@ (P-5M48-P 5M47p house with 1 or 2 warm people Julie utilities need quick call 377-0744 (c-'
2 bdrm 1 block from 378-0330 (C-2M48-P) .
Sublease 1 bedroom furnished apt apt campus 3H49.pJ)
for $145 starting Aug 1 with optionto quiet area ac available |tune 16 female' roommate needed for roommates wanted poolslde
rent for fall. Call 378.4849 after 175.00 call after 6:00: 373-4740 (b-5t- summer own room in beautiful 1 2 townhouse 2br IVtbath 831 + 'A utll

it ? NEW fs USED; 5:30: p.m. (b-4t.I41-pJ) 147p) bedroom house. $75 Call 373-7753 (c- Landmark start|June 14 374-5414 (c-
'' o. )
( cowo..., 3 bedroom, furnished apt July. Aug. 1 or 2 people to rent trailer In 4t148p 3t-149.pJ) __________
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III.OADINa
COtoIPOHfN"t Male,
-- ...- country Village Inc. Gas water Wlndmeadows for summer centralac roommate wanted for One female roommate to share
.- AC, pool. 210 mo. 373-9960 or 373- washer-dryer, pool recreation Summer Quarter at Village Park for
room
IUY -lr L flAIr IIIPAUII. poolside apt. Call 373-9155 after 5:30 summer. Landmark
0425 (1b-3t.14-pJ facilities bargain for $50 month 373-
Apartments On City (55.00
5978 ( ) pm. (c.4t.14-pJ) area.
Male roommate wanted to share a b3t.I47pJsublet per month Call Cynthia 378-0685.
1466-3340 .'16_.' 1 1I roomy one bedroom apartment for |June rent free 2 bedroom 2 Responsible female' to .share lux. (c.5t.I47-pJ)

\ ...... summer quarter Hawalln Village bath on the pool hawalln village call one bdrm Wlndmeadows apt. $90 + Roommates or sublet JUNE Rent
.co...,.. 00.0 Vt utll Sept-June Stop by the villageNo.
0._ at reasonable rates call 373-1915; soon 371-7162$205. month (D-6M46- 207 Beverly (c-4t-148p) FREE If called before June 1st 2
apt 325 (b-5t-146-p) P) bdrm-2 bath Hawaiian VII 240

I One female' roommate for June, Roommate wanted 53.50 mo. + 1.3 month call 373,9856 or see apt 267 (c4t '
utilities + 40 dep prefer liberal' .
147
)
July, Aug. Gatorwood apts. Rent p
female 2119 N.W. 7 Terr
negotiable. Call 377-7615 anytime. prefer no pets (c.2t.I..pJ)evenings 1 female' to share bedroom in 2 bed 2 ; Guaranty FederalTHE
(b-3t.147.pJ) bath apt Country Gardens close to
elWort wanted I conservative BUT PUCK. TO lAY!.
QI,/ sc furn roommatefor
I SUBLET for summer 2 br campus call Ann 373-9181 (c'51.147.
: 01 t S frederlck apt cln city June tree $185 fall. Country Gardens Apts. pJ)
95.50 a month + to utilities. Call
I LeO.rgrr July aug call 373 8494 anytime keep
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-.J. ., w Tom 373-0242 (c.4t.14-pJ)
t\\ \en4. pet" wean ) trying (bSt147.pJWANTED
Roommate for summer own room
1 male rm.-mate for
'Ifvoicrto 8&,.' Fw! WINE, SUMMER:In 2 br. Gatrwd. apt. only $$6 + '10 utll at the Village serious

Pus STYUI LutJcflfrs" """'NbOINNtR654eatufr $45.00 month + '/ utility air, pool student perferred; Call 373-9274 (cIt SUNFLOWER
148 )
the furn. cllliarr., 378-6848 (b-5M47-p p

4O. a cUi C.hCU'-O': lCId&NUR'f female roommates wanted 2 or 3 Female' Roomate needed for HEALTH FOODS

euRseRttws bedrooms available in 4 bedroom luxurious apartment In Country

M. is town house bldg at the place apts. Gardens Summer only short walkto Hoffman I Wotdor
med center Call
377-4137 Jackieor
377-8856 (b-5t-147-p)
Dee (c-5M46-p HI Pro Products
nvffr. roomate needed summer own bdrmIn
.
3 bdrm georgetown apt 1324 NW VW BUS 1969 Great Running Natural Vitamins, Minerals
Condition, $1000 best
16 Ave $72 mo. + 1.3 utl $IS dep call or offer MUST
I H.rbs
SELL NOWI! Call 377-9994 c-St-144- Dairy Products
3778776 after 5 pm an equal op-
.
portunlty offer (b-5M47p) pJ) Books, Cosmetics
female' roommate wanted summer' ;
quarter nice 2br ac, pool, summit .1..1IocI& $.ad.ls. .
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glass door onto balcony plus 50 MOSCOW SUMMER 75
walk-In closet and private after 377-7331 mike (g'3t-l49-pl) percent off 374-82413t(| "149-p) GROW GILLS Scuba Close Marti summer FOR FOREIGN STUDY'S 4-week
bathroom. 74 12j spyder 1800, quarter all equipment provided Including Russian Seminar -
MIKE'S Beautiful! $70 per 5speed, trunks packing up for summer? Language
person. Call Sue 192-7738 (c.5t.145- mags, luggage rack. Ask for oversize trunks 32xUxU $19.00374- motk,fins, snorkel' wetsuit, tank, Moscow, USSR July 5 August I
Bookstore Pipes P) Emery 377-9937 (g-3M49-p) 8241 regulator all air, BC. international $1690 Program Fee INCLUDES all
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white int. Tom 377 8505 Hotels Room and Full Board,
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bedroom condo. running condition, minor body you has made It that much more Director Center for
apt sauna, pool, Score 1000 by the second try or your Executive ,
gym, tennis $50 4Vt utilities 373 work.374 Price negotiable call Glenda .special. I couldn't have made It money bock. Call ((305)) 654-7466. (J-8T- Foreign Study 216 S. State Street,
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ElCLOTHES br, 2 bath, $70 + 'A utilities 1 block power steering, rakes. windows, Dr, Nicole Cauvin, Credit yourself 'large cool Mallf-very dote to wildlife
from campus. Call 3713077 today, drivers seat. AM FM radio air as being a most Inspirational In preterve-friendly and qulet-$50mo. 481-
must have tennants Immediately. conditioned 39000 miles excellent structor. Thank-yout Wishing you 2026 much more (m-20l-l43-p)
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Hawaiian Village townhouse apt for Ford Econoline van very good cond Happy Blrthd.vt'S I / great to be natural lytle portrait 377-0797 camera
summer for onl,$45 per month call 20 mpg converts from camper to able to celebrate your birthdayonce work studio 1219 W. Umv. Ave. (m-2C-'
371-7315 or come by apt 131 haul oak slab bumpers rebuilt again.' Have a life filled with 91-p) ."
anytime. (c-9t-147-p)' engine doesn't burn oil ask $400 No. happlness-my thoughts will/ alwaysbe '
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roomate to share 2 bdrm apt, ,73 C 10 307 Chevy Super Van 30,000 MANUSCRIPTS, ETC. IBM
WE CAN 4 blocks from campus, IS per miles Engine well kept. Air shocks, to |Ic a pecan pie 104 we 20ln. + rpg CORRECTING SELECTRIC 376-4446
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summer qtr. $40,00 at Gator Park, or LOST: 2 sets of keys at MN. entrance TV) Allen's Aquatic 4 Tr.II'
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: Reidelberger, R.A.C.E. 3737575 (|I. dissertations & Theses are typed 4 0
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For Judy Acker, the 1975 Lady For the past two years, UF Women's basketball.and Sue
comeback effort all the way. Chambers have been almost synonymous.
The season was just beginning in 24)1 Chambers, the team's 5-11 sophomore center has been a
man netter spilled boiling coffee on pace setter in almost every category for the past two seasons.
miss most of her team's dual matches This year,she led the team in scoring((12.4 points per game),
ACKER WAS down but not out rebounds ((143)), and free throws ((14)) as the Lady Gators
back in early April to win the state finished with an 11.6 record and a third place finish in the
Tennis Tournament by defeating Raynie state tournament.
player nationally in the 1 18 years CHAMBERS RECEIVED the first scholarship ever given
stunning upset has earned her the toLady Gator roundballer,and she was.the Alligator's choicefor ,
Women's Tennis Player of the Year. Women's Basketball Player of the Year. r
"After I got burnt, I had to lay "I workd a lot"Chambers said when asked the reason for
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The UF women's track program came into its own in 1975 It's fitting that the first girl ever offered an instatescholarship The Alligator's pick as Athlete of the Year for the UF
and so did Mary McGroarty,the Alligator's athlete of the year for gymnastics at UF should be the UF Women's women's swimming team is Gainesville's own Bonnie
for the UF women's track team by the Alligator. Gymnast of the Year. Broyles.

McGroarty, only a sophmore anchored the mile Paula Northuis performed consistently and successfully:: all
relay
Broyles, a graduate of P.K. Yonge High School, has beenan
team, competed in the 440 and 880 yard runs, and also ran year season long record.for the women gymnasts as she led them to a 9.1 outstanding swimmer all season long and consistently
cross country for the Lady Gators. in the 50 and 100
placed yeard backstroke events.
"MARY JSNT as experienced as a lot of the other girls. "PAULA HAD a very successful year. She qualified for the
"BONNIE HAD
nationals. She did much in the of originality and a good year. It was the first time she ever
Last year'she was pressure-free because no one expected way
worked out with a team. It wasn't a hard year for her when
much of her.After all,she was only a freshman and had never imagination, said Sandy Philips, women's gymnastics coach. consider she freshman
and the first in
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"She was very, very consistent all year. She showed a lot of year
even women's run track team.in high school, said Kath Paulos coach of the maturity and became the leader on the team. college is always tough," said women's swim coach Sue

At the beginning of the season, we were regarded very Halfacre.
"She had a great deal of pressure on her this year. All sorts highly, but we lost our number one gynmast. Paula told the Ironically, one of the high points of Broyles season came at
of people were trying to tell her how to run. She had a, very other girls that we didn't really need her and that we could Miami, where the Lady Gators lost their only dual meet. She
hard year as she didn't sit well under that pressure. Even so, win without her." was the only UF swimmer to take a first (both in the 50 and
she did real well for us," Paulos said. NORTHUIS, WHOSE specialty is the balance beam, was 100 yard backstroke) at the meet.
Paulos. who chose McGroarty as "best middle( =distance also co-chairman of the special gymnastics show the team puton Another highlight of her season came at the national meet
runner", says'her most valuable contribution came on the a couple of weeks ago. where she was the only UF swimmer to place individually. She
mile relay team,.which finished sixth at the national meet.; As mentioned above.the women gymnasts finished 9-1 this finished second in the 50 yeard backstroke and third in the
past season with the only loss coming to the number three 100 yard backstroke.
,4 HER BEST meet was at the Tom Black Classic in Ten- ranked team in the nation. They missed qualifying,for the "BONNIE BECAME a leader on the team. She'll Improve
nessee where she finished third in the 880, an event she nationals by only two points.. a lot in the next couple of years,"Halfacre noted.
competed in for the .first time this year. "Paula led us to a very successful year. She's a senior this Halfacre mentioned that her Lady Gators, who finished
"Mary definitely has real potential. Her overall ability to year,but she still has more work to do up here.She will still be ninth at the national meet and won the SEC championship,
become even better will depend on how much her times comedown eligible to compete next year so she'll be back for us," Philips should all imporve as the majority of the squad was composedof
Paulos said. noted rather happily.. freshman.
Paulos sees much. stronger team next year. even con- "Our outlook next year:looks great.'We have two new'girls "We gad a,good year We all learned a lot together Our
sidering the women's achievements in"'75. coming in and one of them was rated as the number two main problem was depth.
"We have shown vast improvement over the past' two gymnast in the state of Florida according:: to the United There ace two more girls coming in on scholarships for next
years. Team-wise, we were 30th out of 103 teams at the States Gymnasts Association" U.S.G.A.," she said. yearWe are not going to emphasize dual meets like we did this
national meet. In fact, we were the only.team in the south or "All of our girls were freshmen last year so they'll be back, year. We're going to aim for the SEC the nationals, and the
,on the east coast,to place anywhere in that meet," she said. and so will Paula. We should have a super strong team: AAU meets/" she said.


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her success. "When' 1 first came up here,I was playing ball in "" .....
the offseason, but the'other girls never did. So I had to play REALTOR.FIGHT .
with the guys, and that helped me a lot,
"I try to play' two hours every day," she said. "It doesn't

seem like work" but it does .take some discipline. It's part of INFLATIONLAKE
my schedule.
Basketball coach Paula Welch agrees that Chambers
stands head and shoulders above her opposition in more than ALTO ESTATES ,
Away from the City. Two
height alone. miles south of Waldo, off I
"TillS IS MY first year here, but judging from the last U.S. 301 on,St. Rd. 325

three years I've been coaching university basketball, Sue is the Lot 25, owner anxious to
most consistent player I've ever coached," Welch said. She's sell. Extra nice 2 BR 1 Bath''
just a very positive factor on the team, and I'm glad that we'll large 12 x 56 Knox mobile home,
screened awning
have her for two more seasons., patio, carport, utility shed, '"
Chambers, however,often spent as much time on the benchas central lot. heat a A.C,85'x 127' C\ \\
she did on the court whenever the team built up a big lead. Price$$12,500 v
"As'long as we win, I really don't mind." she said. "I 1 think (,0 .
it's good to let them play and get some experience." Lot 19, Move In by July,
spacious BR 2 Bath 12 x 65 \0 e
"I'm going to try to schedule some teams that provide us Parkwood, completely, e.J
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t with a little more competition," Welch said. "And even when furnished, utility shed ,;p 00.0\0, \ .
we're winning I'm planning on playing her more. I think this washer 127' & dryer. Lot 85' x '::> "\..- \
s."' will help her so she can get all the experience she can." Price$ 0,500.00 6 (,,0' ( A4 '"

Lot 46, Ready for June, "v 0 ,,0 ONx C'(
corner lot 2 BR 1 Bath 12 x o ( .
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weeks. I really anxious to play.I guess all my practicing paid terms.Nice wooded lot. Excellent o :,\,' \,
off." Priced$,250.00 <'
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"The only thing we were really concerned about was loss of \,. c q"pT 1t1.
timing, and perhaps the atrophy of her leg muscles," tennis \ C( : ,\\\ "
coach Sue Whiddon said. "But through conditioning and her Above Mobile Homes are all '' ,'. v 'J'nc. '
great desire, she came back in no time." electric. Price Includes lot. \O'f' <( V. ,\ <,+-S0 '
BY THE time the state tournament rolled around, Ackerwas boating Near County& fishing.Park. with for ..' ( C."\ ;)
ready for what she called "my best week of the season," ,, ('"" ;- ;)\
culminating in the crowning of a new state champion.Does Q. ( c
Acker have any hopes of playing tennis on the i CALL ,, (
level? e
professional I 372-1551 372.4254'I ,
"It depends on how much my game picks up," she'said. 'Hugh Edwards Realty Inc. "
"But I'm going to graduate first-that's what I want to do the I
most. If I could get ton the circuit, I might play a couple
years, and that would still leave some time for me to do some
coaching and teaching.
"Right now I'm really practicing hard for the nationals,"
Acker said. "They'll be in Kalamazoo, Michigan, my home l UniversityAnnounces
town, so I'll be playing on my home court. I don't know how .ot\c
I'm going to do,but I'm going to try."
And as her comeback this year proves, ,what Judy Acker
wants she usually seems to get. '



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(from page 22) To Dade and Broward Residents ,:

"Isn't that something," Ryan marveled. "Certainly I was
aware of her ability. I'd seen her play in Georgia. But it was a Summer Quarter
shock when I found out she was coming here."
SINCE WINNING the Tucker Invitational'" in Y .
Alb querque, New Mex. in her debut as a Gator last fan
Donna has also bagged the Florida Collegiate, the Rollins June 23 to August 28 ,

Invitational and the Georgia Invitational.In .
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the Florida Collegiate, set records for the low nine <'".,.r' .'
hole score ((34)), the low-18 hole score((70)), and the low 36 hole H*"
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total ((136)I ). ,' .I Rtt '
"It's just been a great year. The educational opportunities' t.'.
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