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Police investigation clears 2 officersBy



KEVIN BLOOM Her refusal came after Roberts gave his personal assurance Roberts said the witness'. refusal to testify "prevented any
,. Alligator Staff Writer that she would not be subject to any form of harassment.The further investigation..
witness agreed to an interview with a police in- THE WITNESS said West, after frisking one of the
.' The Gainesville Police Department (GPD) has cleared two vestigator and an Alligator reporter on the condition that she suspects "went to his car, put something in his pocket,
officers following an investigation into allegations of receive written assurance from the police department she walked to the stairs of the house and dropped it."
misconduct.Superintendent. would not be harassed. West then allegedly called the suspect to the area pointedto
of Police Operations Courtnay Roberts ROBERTS REFUSED the request saying, "the matter is the ground "like he was accusing the man of dropping it,"
said he was convinced the investigation was "thorough and not serious enough to warrant that kind of written the witness recalled.;
l; accurate" and both officers had been cleared of any possible assurance." West then took the man behind the garage adjoining the
' violations. Police made no furthf attempt to contact the witness house and brought him out shortly after, "holding, the man by
THE INVESTIGATION was a result of allegations made during the investigation.according to Captain Kenneth
f by an anonymous citizen who said she witnessed "a 'large, Brown, who conducted the investigation. (See 'Police.' page seven) ,
heavyset policeman," identified later by police as Bradley,A.
West, physically abuse and.attempt to plant what, may -have' --
" been evidence by dropping it on the ground near the man.:
, The witness claimed the incident occurred between the Martin's body
: hours of 11:45: p.m. and 12:15: p.m. on May 14,while officers
' were removing two trespassers from an abandoned house on
of 12th Street and University Avenue.
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Taylor, only watched as the, other ,officer interrogated the,
I'', suspect
THE WITNESS, who refused to sign her name to an official Martin in the centerfold of "Playgirl?"
complaint, wrote an anonymous letter to The Alligator It probably won't happen, but at least one prestigious
describing the incident. group-the Florida House-thinks the huge state
She identified one of the patrol cars as number 536 license representative from Hawthorne has a hot body.
number 30901. Police confirmed that it was the vehicle drivenby The house elected Martin the member with the best
\ West on, that evening. physique in a tongue-in-cheek vote Wednesday.
I The witness later consented to a taped interview with The Friends call the 6-foot, five-Inch Martin "bearlike," an
Alligator to elaborate on ,her version of the incident.., but Impression he furthers with hefty back slaps and a booming .,
refused to file a formal complaint with the police for fear of N voice that fills any room.
reprisal. ".,- Although Martin was not available for comment, his
"ONCE WHEN I'was younger I witnessed an incident of SID MARTIN wife Elizabeth laughed at the award and said, "I love him
i police brutality," she said., ""If you can't trust the police, who .dubbed'bearlike. by friends physique and all."
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By DEBBIE IBERT But with inflation and a tight economy {
Alligator Staff WriterA squeezing the hospital's budget and the
state reducing its monetary support, "this
:' '. proposed patient-screening policy at institution may not be able to survive
I W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital may force economically" if it continues to amass
1 I "' those patients who can not pay their bills to go thousands of unpaid bills every year Tucker
elsewhere for health care.
. But before anyone is turned away, the said.Herhold pointed out at a regents meeting
\ hospital will do "everything in our power" to ,Monday that 20 per cent of the hospital's $20
: San asks for definite! see that counties take responsibility for million in yearly billings were for indigent
s treating the patient, hospital director Wayne patient care-leaving $4 million that must be
Herhold said."WE'LL either paid by the patients' county or writtenoff
STILL BE accepting a certain as uncollectable.BY .
number of patients for what is essentially free LIMITING THE percentage of
percentage limit put on care," Herhold continued, "And we won't indigent patients cared for ,by the
need to turn anyone away if their (resident) hospital. Shands administrators hope to
county agrees to reimburse. us" for the care. decrease the amount of dollars 'lost to bad
A ,new, financial screening policy to be debts.
those who con'po.yb; ///5/ presented to a Board of Regents committee in Previously;,"'We had 'been somewhat openon
,two weeks, would set 'new criteria for admitting our admissions--working: ; only. on medical
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Ford pledges arms cut fightWEST i thursday



POINT N.Y. (UPI) President Ford promised States," but they want Washington to demonstrate /capsuleHouse
applauding U.S. Military Academy graduates Wednesday he "leadership in meeting the tremendous challenges of .
would fight to keep the U.S. a first class military power and to maintaining the peace."
stop Congress from cutting defense spending.Ford "One such practical demonstration" he said, would be for
stressed the theme-the need for U.S. military might Congress to reject proposals for cutbacks in his proposed $95
to offset a continuing Soviet threat. billion defense budget. He said defense: spending had sunk to fails overrideof
Ford delivered his speech to a cheering audience of 20,000at its lowest proportionate level since Korean War years. ,
West Point's Michie Stadium t only' 10 hours,after. he had "It is my firm conviction that 'we cannot afford further.'
returned from a week-long- European tour' designed to erosion of our bedrock defense budget and I will fight hard to Fordis'18b bill veto
revitalize the NATO military alliance. prevent. it," Ford said. Applause welled up around the
The audience rose to its feet with a roar of approval as Ford stadium as he added:
entered the wind-whipped stadium to become the first "I believe the American people want a national defense WASHINGTON (UPI) The House failed by five votes
commander-in-chief since John Kennedy in 1962 to presideover posture that is second to none." Wednesday to override President Ford's veto of.a bill which
West Point's commencement. Ford spoke as the senate defeated an attempt by liberals to Democrats claimed would have put 900,000'people to work.
Graduating cadets resplendent and stiff in gray dress cut $1.2 billion from weapons spending in the fiscal year The result was close, but it showed Ford need not fear
tunics, sabers, white gloves and white hats marched into the beginning July 1. having to take directions from a Congress top-heavy with
stadium in two long lines. Democratic majorities.The .
The President drew gray a great deal more applause during his Before he returned to Washington to brief government vote to override the veto was 277 to 145, five votes short
tough speech on military preparedness and stayed until the leaders on his European tour, Ford told the West Point of the two-thirds majority required by the C Constitution.
audience the nation needed urgently to develop a of veto.
849 graduating cadets ended the ceremony in their traditional program enact a bill over a presidential
fashion tossing their white caps high into the air and: energy independence.Such The measure would have provided $5.3 billion to enable 13
shouting "Hurrah! a program, he said, would show allies and adversaries federal agencies to increase anti-recession spending, chieflyon
Ford said last week's NATO summit showed the allies alike that Americans have lost neither their nerve nor their construction jobs; to fund 840,000 summer jobs for young
"have a new sense of unity and confidence in the United national will." people; to increase public service employment, and to help
Detroit by buying 21,000 new can for the government's use.
Instead, the administration backed a $2 billion bill for
I Church involved murdersWASHINGTON
: CIA in summer jobs and public service employment.


(UPI) The chairman of the Senate's abide a wicked government." /
CIA investigation said Wednesday there is evidence it was He said he does not know what the Rockefeller report will
implicated in murder plots. He challenged Vice President conclude, but is referring to statements made by Rockefellerand History recreated
Nelson Rockefeller's statement that the agency was not guilty C. Douglas Dillon, vice chairman of the commission,
.of major illegal acts. which in effect absolved the CIA of any grave misdeeds."I riverboats raceNEW
"I do not regard murder plots as a minor matter," said Sen. do not regard murder plots as a minor matter," Church as
Church, D-Idaho, chairman of the Senate Select Committee said. He said he was referring to evidence of CIA
named to investigation the Central Intelligence Agency. assassination plots, and emphasized that he was speaking of ORLEANS (UPI) Capt. Doc Hawley said Wed-
Church was referring to remarks made Monday by evidence, not rumor, and of"plots in the plural." nesday his steam-powered paddleboat Natchez can outrun the
Rockefeller that the CIA was guilty of some illegal acts but Meanwhile Rockefeller declined to discuss murder plots bigger sternwheeler the Delta Queen of Cincinnati on the .
"they are not major." within the CIA but denied.Church's charge that he had called Mississippi River because the Natchez is a new boat with a
Rockefeller heads a presidential commission that is them "minor." veteran crew.
finishing up its five-month investigation of the CIA and is Rockefeller's office first issued a statement saying the The afternoon race was the first on the southern end of the
releasing a 350-page report on its findings this weekend.. report speaks for itself and the subject of assassinations is Mississippi in more than a century. The faster boat wins the
"I have been concerned about the apparent attempt of covered there. The report is. scheduled to be delivered to right to display the traditional trophy of golden antlers. on the
certain members of the Rockefeller Commission to lead the President Ford Friday and made public soon afterward. pilothouse until it is beaten.. -
believe that misdeeds of the CIA minor and do it because all river
public to any were vice "My men can they're veteran men,
But the president later talked to in the
that the agency has been relatively without guilt," Church Capitol and explained that his use of the words reporters"not major"referred Hawley said as crowds gathered:along the Mississippi for the
told seven-mile to take about half hour.
reporters. race expected an Upriverat
the number
to of violations rather than to their
Asked if evidence indicated assassination plots were orderedby seriousness."I the starting line a crew loaded a cannon.
higher authority-the presidency-Church said, "I don't The last race in the New Orleans area was staged in 1870
care who may have ordered it. Murder is murder." made no comment on seriousness," he said. "I talked when the Robert E. Lee outdistanced the original Natchez on
"Ours is not a wicked country," Church said. "We can't about magnitude." a run from to St. Louis.
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UF. but expected June 15By



STUART EMMRICH /
Alligator Staff Writer

Although the budget for the State University System (SUS) Analysis .
was passed by the legislature last week, UF officials are still
waiting to hear what their exact allocation will be.
The Board of Regents is scheduled to release the funding
TANKS! TANKS!
TANKS! figures for each school by June 15, based on enrollment
averages for the past four quarters. "The lapse can be a real problem if you have 100 per cent of
55 gal. tank $49.95 MEANWHILE,UF budget makers are starting to map out your positions filled all the time," Fox said.
their strategy for dealing with lump sum funding based on an
order now estimated allocation of$65 million or 26 per cent of the total FOX POINTED out the unemployment rate now is about
Ode w/fluorescent hood SUS general l education budget. 12 per cent which means less people are going to leave their
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budgetary officials is a 2'/4 per cent lapse factor.* year the lapse added to the problems faced with rising
$39.95 A complicated, yet ultimately important budget utility costs and state revenue shortfalls.

(Supply limited) mechanism the lapse allows the state universities to hire new "We,wound up where we had a lot of utility hikes to pay-
faculty with the expectations that old ones will leave duringthe we had to use all kinds of money," Fox said adding that fewer
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10 gaL tank.......$359 THE STATE ALLOCATES a fixed number positions to HOWEVER, UF officials are now trying to insure that the
each school at the beginning of the year, but only provides problems that occurred the past year won't happen again.
97'/j per cent of the total salary rate needed to fund the Fox said budget heads are being told to take the lapse "off
2 for sum SALE...:....; positions. In a sense,more faculty are hired than UF can pay. the top."
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Rosy Barb ; UF associate director of planning."If 'in mid-year.
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Officials carefully keeping fall enrollment at limitBy



STUART EMM RICH Engineering and Business,Administration near 75 per.,cent.
Alligator Staff Writer THE BIGGEST in estimating enrollment, Hemp said, was
in Figuring how many current UF students return each
UF officials are keeping a close watch on next year's fall quarter.
enrollment figures to prevent enrolling more students than Explaining former or present UF students can attend ,UF
the university can support. r any quarter Hemp said a "high retention rate" can cause
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Gene Hemp,.interim assistant.vice president for,academic .u :problems' and could mean' UF might overshoot' their
affairs, is keeping weekly logs on the students being acceptedby RICHARD WHITEHEAD predictions.
UF colleges for fall. watching fall figuresAnother An estimated 10,000 spring quarter students are expectedto
RICHARD WHITEHEAD, UF director of admissions, has return in the fall. More than 90 per cent of them have
been reporting to the deans and vice presidents where they already pre-registered. \
stand on next year enrollments.And AN ADDITIONAL 10,000 students attending school this
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson is summer should also be back 'in the fall, according to
reminding people' "we cannot admit another 600 extra fresh Whitehead
men." At the UF administrative Council meeting Wednesday.Whitehead ,
UF and particularly Hanson, were criticized by the said the caps on new students coming in, and
Chancellor of the State University System (SUS) for admitting guaranteeing placement to continuingstudents, were
600 extra freshmen over a 2,900 limit this fall. adjustment,that had to made because of the extra "cutting out new blood" and would,end: up hurting\ UF.
NEXT YEAR HANSON said the 2,900 limit will be held 600 is in the number of sophomore transfer 'students ad He said the current tight admission policies would
and more than 1,000 students, who met the academic mitted. discourage students from applying in the future even when
requirements do attend UF, have been told they cannot enterin UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston and SUS Chancellor there are plenty of spaces available.
the fall.However. Robert Mautz agreed to cut the number of admitted soph- BUT HANSON, explaining he has "":$een crucified for
200 of them did accept an alternative to enter in mores by 600 to make up for the excess freshmen this year., doing what you're suggesting" said the caps had'to stay.
the summer. Hanson warned there might be a tendency to accept too few UF journalism professor Jean Chancesuggested' the
students and end up not admitting enough students do stay at university "get tough" with students on academic probation
the same funding level. "rather than turn away good freshmen and sophomores."
Task force seeks "We have to come up to the number of students projectedor But her suggestion that students on probation be droppedto
lose some funding, but if we go over we will get in trouble," make room for new students did not pick up much support
hanson said.HEMP from Hanson.
summer solution HAS GIVEN each of the general education colleges HE SAID HE "generally agreed" with Chance's reluctanceto
limits on the number of students they can accept for next fall continue educating students who were not passing classes,
and has been sending out memos periodically to give the latest but added he would not want to start "bloodletting right
By DEBBIE ERICKSON figures. away" to make spaces available for other students..
Alligator Staff WriterA Although no enrollment caps have been set by the Board of There were approximately 950 UF students on probationthis
Regents for the upper division colleges, Hemp said UF has its past fall quarter, according to Whitehead, and about the
student faculty task force will have until mid-June to try own limits. same number are expected next fall.
to find an alternative to the mandatory summer enrollment Almost all the colleges have accepted at least 50 per cent of > He said a student can stay on probation as long as he is
policy, passed by the Board of Regents last month. allowable transfer students with some colleges, such as within 20 points of reaching a 2.0,grade point average
Student Body President Jim Eaton said Tuesday he will
appoint four students to the task force this week. UF
President Robert Q. Marston will appoint four faculty '
members. I Women's groups join abuse $ Iilw.11
EATON SAID ALL members of the Council of Student ,
Body Presidents were "concerned" about'' the policy's effectiveness .
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when they discussed it last week. DyTERRISALT or they don't want to embarrass relatives and,,family! mends( :
"It won't do the Job at UF, they hoped it would. Students Alligator Staff Writer who are the abusers.
who live in Tampa or along the southeast Atlantic (Ocean) THE MAIN REASON is that the children themselves
coast will go to summer school at colleges near,tbeir homes, '. "don't understand what happened to them," she said.
he said. Debra Sue Lacy claimed she was raped. and,beaten,. by her. Also.the,abused children'are,afriad to, talk about what
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t Citing the University of North, Florida 'as an example' stepfather for, five years. <," *$1 Eaton said other colleges in the State University System (SUS) Debra, 17, is now on trial for the first degree murder of the "How can you tell your father that his brother raped you?"
"don't have (summer) enrollment problems like we do." stepfather, Emmett Armstrong, who was shot in ''the small she said giving an example.
SUS CHANCELLOR-designate E.T,' York said he town of Osprey, south of Sarasota. HOWEVER, she said children should not be reluctant to
requested all university presidents submit an alternative planto THE GAINESVILLE Chapter of the National get help. ,
encourage summer enrollment at their university at the Organization for Women (NOW) and the Rape Informationand People should be educated and made aware of the'problemso
Council of University Presidents meeting in the middle of Counseling Service (RICS) are trying to raise money,to they will be more willing to help abused children, she
June. help defend Lacy, who they say isa: "victim of the negligence of added.
,"It was Jim's idea to set up a task force,"he said. the state, which failed to protect the rights and,welfare of a' Burnell explained that Putnam County created a helping
Mautz said he may reopen the summer enrollment issue at minor." hand program,where participating families put picture of a
the regents meeting in July. Furthermore, the group submitted a petition to Gainesville hand in their windows. Then, someone who has been abusedor
Marstoq'was out of town and' could not be contacted to Mayor Joe Little and the city commission asking them to molested can go to that house and receive help Burnell
comment on the task force. designate Child Abuse Awareness Week in June. explained.SHE .
Donna Burnell Gainesville NOW director, said "If child ADDED ,that 'she would like to' set up a"'similar
molesting is a big problem everywhere. It's persistent and program in Gainesville. '
Library until 1 pervasive." RICS and NOW are planning a peakout'June 11,'at'noon.
open "I THINK the first thing we've got to do Is become aware,of Burnell said the audience will be encouraged to relate.personal
it," she said, adding that the Alachua County Division of abuse experiences. ''
Library West will remain open from 8 a.m.' to 1 'a.m. Family Services handles approximately 60 new cases pf child Anyone interested in contributing money for Lacy,who is
beginning today through exam week 2 hours later than abuse and neglect each month., currently standing trial as_an adult-.inrOiej5arasotajQpuaty.Courts .
usual. However, Burnell said many,more cases go unreported."If should send it to: Debra Sue" Lacy Defense ,Fund$?
All other libraries will have the same schedule for exams you think rape is unreported child abuse is even more Care of the Sarasota Rape Prevention!and, Crisis Center. P.Oy
which existed during spring quarter. ,unreported,"she said, because parents don't believe children, Box '74. Sarasota, Florida 33578.. -- '.'
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By BRIAN JONES As treasurer and insurance commissioner, ASKEW SAID that Ashler will serve as a
Alligator Staff Writer Ashler will serve on the seven-member Florida "caretaker" commissioner until O'Malley's
Cabinet. The cabinet, In its role as the State impeachment trial ends. ,
A top university system official took over as Board of Education oversees the regents' "If'a vacancy occurs: after the trial 1. Mr.
F Florida Treasurer and Insurance Com' power over the universities. Ashler will not be a candidate for the per-
missioner Wednesday temporarily replacing ASHLER CALLED his appointment to the manent position," Askew said.
impeached Thomas D. O'Malley.Phil cabinet "good news" for higher education, He was to have returned to his job July 1,
Asher on leave from his job as vice citing his "basic understanding" of university i but now says "only the future will tell" what
ry chancellor of the state universities, will' issues gained as vice chancellor.Chancellordesignate he will do after the impeachment case is
remain as the state's top financial officer at E.T. York said settled.
least until September 16, when O'Malley Ashler's position on the cabinet would be The treasurer-insurance, commissioner is
4F comes,to trial in the Florida Senate. "obviously helpful" to the universities, and responsible for enforcing the state's insurance
"I'VE BEEN HERE for just 24 hours., so praised Gov. Reubin Askew for "a very wise regulations and depositing surplus state fundsin
I'm still finding out what my duties will be," appointment.. various private banks.
the 69-year-old Ashler said Wednesday af- York said, however, "I don't think his
ternoon. appointment,was related to higher education The Florida House indicted O'Malley
Ashler has worked as Gov. Reubin Askew's ;issues. I think the governor merely wanted to Wednesday morning on '11 charges of ped-
TOMC/MALLEY legislative liaison since his leave of office from appoint someone he had complete confidencein. dling influence to banks and insurance
I .replaced until trial ends the Board of Regents office began March: 1. ." companies.




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By BRIAN JONES chitecture, art, and building construction classrooms,Webb we saw we had higher priorities" for buildings, Stafford said.
Alligator Staff Writer ,said.THE THE FINAL CONSTRUCTION spending bill passed by
BOARD OF REGENTS will allocate the construction the legislature Wednesday afternoon gives universities about
UF will get one or maybe two new classroom buildings next funds, probably at their meeting next month, regents' planner the same amount of construction funds they got last year,
year, but a proposed mammoth coliseum will stay on the Joseph Stafford said.A Stafford said.
drawing board,where it has been for five years. third building, a Jewish,studies center, is planned for the
The Florida Senate and House agreed Wednesday on a site now occupied by Anderson Hall. Anderson will be About$4.3 million of the new construction money will haveto
state construction spending bill that gives the universities demolished when building A is finished, Webb said. be used for cost overruns on UF's College of Veterinary
S26.1 million for new buildings. State University System's lobbyists did not push for the UF Medicine. The, price of the college rose from $10 to $14 J
ONE NEW BUILDING General Purpose Building A is a mass seating facility "because from very early in the session million during the four years it was in the planning stages. '
I five-story classroom and office structure,already scheduledfor .
construction at UF beginning late in the summer. ,
The spending bill passed Wednesday may provide funds for

another Neil Webb classroom, associate building.director. of UF physical planning said Stratford appointed to new job il

Wednesday that building A, is already funded at about $7.6
million. f
WORK ON THE BUILDING will begin in "July or August"
directly to the east of Century Tower and University By LINDA WISNIEWSKI was "badly needed" in the department. c
Auditorium, Webb said.A Alligator Staff Writer Button'said because of Stratford's "pending lay-off', the '
second classroom structure General Purpose Building B, staff assistant position was "prematurely unfrozen" so
is so far only in the planning stages but Webb said, "I hope to The president of the Career Service Employees Federation Stratford could transfer immediately into the office position.
get construction money soon." (CSEF),whose position as Upward Bound staff assistant was Button said there is "not much of a turnover" in the staff
Building B planned for the area adjacent to the Architecture : terminated in March, has been guaranteed a job in the UF assistant position at UF, and he wanted to prevent "bum-
and Fine Arts colleges, and will provide ar- English department.Dale ping" another person.
Stratford will be able to transfer to a similar position! Stratford was.told her Upward Bound position was term-
in the English department because the Personnel Divisio'nreceived inated in March because, of a requirement by the office of
a commitment from UF Vice President for Adademic Health, Education and Welfare--which along with,UF funds
Coward Affairs Robert Bryan that the position would be "unfr .zen'" Upward Bound-that eliminated administrative positions in
HawaiiboundThe on July 1,UF Director of Personnel Robert Button said. Upward Bound's "top heavy" staff, Upward Bound Director
THE CURRENT FREEZE'on all vacant positions in the G.W. Mingo said.
citizens of Alachua County will send County Com- UF Education and General budget was prematurely lifted in UPWARD BOUND is a program designed to create
missioner Tom Coward to Hawaii Coward will represent the Stratford's case "to prevent the necessity of bumping another learning opportunities for underprivileged high school
county at the National Association of County Commissions person (Cin the same position)," Button said. students.
convention.The As a career service employe, Stratford can transfer to a Although Stratford's future position is prematurely unfrozen -
convention will be held in Honolulu from June 21-26. vacant position similar to the one she occupies, of she can ,all other positions will remain frozen, Button said.
Mamie Moore, secretary to the County Commission, said "bump"someone else in the same position with less senioritythan
is scheduled receive Stratford said' she was told in April by the English
that Alachua County to an award for its she has. Button said.
Chairmen Dr.Ward Hcllstrom and Dr. Richard
corrections program and comprehensive,drug program. Stratford currently a staff assistant at Upward Bound, said Department ,
said Coward's travel which will' Green,she was"the first person being considered" for the job >
Moore expenses include a per she continue in that position until it is officially ter-
diem,air fare and the registration fee,will be paid by Alachua: minated on June 30. in the English department. {
County. ', "I FEEL I AM best qualified for an English department Although the position currently occupied the person who
The total cost is still uncertain, she said. position,"Stratford said,adding she had heard a staff assistant holds it will ,resign in June, Button,said.



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Alligator Staff Writer GAINESVILLEJOHN

Born in 'a 1905 English class and institutionalized G. AOICKS PRESIDENTA
by UF in, 1914, the Honor GENERAL FINANCIAL SYSTEMS BANK MEMBER: F.D.I.C.
Court has undergone several metamorphasesand
today struggles for survival.
UF President Robert Q. Marston decided "t
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Tuesday to allow a trial period to evaluate the
student judiciary's effectiveness and the
Honor Court now has at ,least,.one year to send
Let
prove,ork.it and UFs 61-year-old Honor Code canv us

RECENT CRITICISM of the Honor Code
and the Honor Court can be traced to the
':ring of 1970 when a student referendum an Alligatorto
\wns< conducted to decide if the Honor Court ;
i should be abolished. and proctors employed to '
monitor tests. house
The referendum was defeated by a two-to- your
one margin and the, Honor Court survived 4;
only to fight many of the same charges after this
the fall and winter cheating scandal of 1975. summer
With, a new five-member faculty advisory
committee and acting under new internal
procedures, the Honor Court has anotherear
to remain SG's oldest institution. ROBERT MARSTON

THE PRIMARY CONSTITUTIONAL ti ,.proposes court replacement .
sponsibility of the Honor Court is to enforce
t
?((5 Honor Code. procedures are 'also intended to curtail :
? Of the several violations specified in the charges of faculty mistreatment before the
:nor Code cheating and plagiarism con- Honor Court and thus raise faculty con
i ttute the major area of Honor Court fidence in the student judiciary. ,
:isdiction.. Some faculty members )jiad complained to ,
Under UF's honor system, any student who the'task force they received cursory treatment, f : .
his knowledge of a case of academic when appearing as witnesses before the Honor
d;%honesty is bound by the Honor Code to Court operating under rules of criminal r } t
resort( the offense to the Honor Court procedure. ..fd
",:hough relatively few 'cheating cases are ALSO BEGINNING this summer, the, M.
:ported. Honor Court will no longer be able to levy up
THE STUDENT OR PROFESSOR reports to 20 penalty hours against convicted
.he offense to the Honor Court which then students. .
initiates an investigation of the charge.In Instead the chancellor will be restricted to
cheating investigations Honor Court imposing penalties of Honor Court probation
epresentatives interview all potential ,wit- suspension or expulsion.
) ses to determine specific acts of the alleged[ The task force also recommended a penalty
i eater during the reported offense. of a public reprimand of convicted students.
Witnesses are asked why they made the MARSTON WILL NOT make a decisionon
arge and if they have turned in anyone this alternative until the courts have
:viously for Honor Code violations. decided if the Honor Court is bound? by
THE PROFESSOR IS contacted to Florida's "GovernmentintheSunshine"law.
termine the seating arrangement of the .
ass during the test and the investigator an Penalties designated by the Honor Court
ODor Court justice or staff member com- must be approved bythe UF administration.
,!.es a diagram be used ,as'evidence. On-campus stealing and ticket scalping are
Tests of the students involved are also Honor Code violations under the
'
amined, as are the grades the alleged jurisdiction'' of the Honor Court.
"Beater has received during the course.In UNTIL RECENTLY, the Honor Court
investigating a case of plagiarism the prosecuted students passing bad checks. 'r .
,estigator contacts the professor and ob- But beginning next quarter, the Office of' IT:'f "
ns the paper in question and a copy of the Student Conduct under the direction of Rob
tt which is plagiarized. .Denson. will handle the check bouncers. '." : .:-...
IF SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE is found for The Honor Court is composed of a ..-...- .
.
',.secution,the student is.brought before the chancellor a ,vice' chancellor. an attorney "' ... '
onor Court. f. general, a chief defense counsel, a bailiff:a .'
However*. 'many professors whose::: 'con*. clerk, and justices from'each 'college; .in'eluding -. l.aj;
tdence iri the Honor Court has eroded have "two from University College.: > ,'f :
,aken the course ,of by-passing the Honor; THE CHANCELLOR,the presiding officer,:
ourt altogether and personally decided ai of the Honor Court, is elected by a majority

i dent's guilt'or' innocence,, lowering:the :vote in the spring SG election.He must be a .. ,....-.,,_.......
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'ude or flunking him; full-time law student and a member in good '
Previously:, if,the case":went'to trial, the ,standing of the Honor Court Bar Association.He ; >
dads were conducted behind dosed ,doors. appoints the attorney general and chief ,. )
HOWEVER,JV' SUIT brought .by1 The defense counsel both of whom must meet the ;! ,; ;
Alligator and the Gainesville.i: Sun charging a' 'same qualifications as the chancellor., I,1 ------"--------=----------
violation of he "Government-ln-tbe-, The chancellor, who receives an annual Enclosed / i''
Sunshine" law.lecfto. an injunction1: (stoppingthe salary of $1,000... also appoints a bailiff and I LU, : !15.$3:50\fo: a mmer"5ubscrlptI9l1. I'
trials o'..'students involved ,in, the- ,faq) clerk. H Enclosed !$20.00; for a year's 'subscription.I I f,
quarter final exam"cheating' ;scandal. THE JUSTICES ARE elected in the spring Mall to :the::: Independent,Florida Alligator P.O..Iox i 1
UF is currently appealing the injunction.; election from the college or school in which .
13266 University Station Gainesville Fla.-326044"; I
In July the Honor! Court will. begin acting they are enrolled.._ ;_ ,
under administrative. procedure instead of the 1 .'JusticesJdo( not have to" be WSudents. NAMEADDRESS u ', I
previous criminal J rules hus_ eliminating Honor Court juries have previously beencomposed ._ '
trials as such of six students selected at random '
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'TASK FORCE MEMBERS who studiedhe 'from the student;body. ; '. 1
I Honor'.Court and its:-effectiveness,said Honor :Court: juries will be composed of CITY '\ .. .
hey hope'this'will uncomplicate the, process. three students selected at ,random. and.,three, I .STATE.. 1ZIP.V.T "
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. By JANET PARK If complaints are not handled satisfactorily within the UF concept !
Alligator Staff Writer system, charges can be filed against UF through EEOC. I Sl'4 4
CURRENTLY, THERE are six charges of discriminationfiled of law
UF Affirmative Action officials will receive instructions \against',UF,that EEC; is' investigating.

how td(hand 1'ItfiQ) hscimgion,:: ;.Omp'libts;. lit,,intait:;'ing sessioj4; Some charged were filed I as long as two years egowbelore.UF?,''1"* ** *+.."to I f
beginntn g had an internal grievance procedure. !
UF Affirmative Action Coordinator James Allison said Allison commented, "That's not a lot in respect to the fact
Wednesday that during the first session he would acquaint that EEOC doesn't act as quickly on them as we'd like. But understand.Allison. I f P1rk
upper-level officials with the "federal and state laws of equal there are too many still unresolved, i
opportunity." Allison cited the three-year backlog of cases to be investigated \
THE FIVE' UPPER-LEVEL officers, Dr. Jack McCown by EEOC as the main reason for the delay in '
Dr. Thomas Cole, Dr. Chandler Stetson, William Men- resolving cases. ;
denhall, and Allison, represent the areas of the Institute of "We hope when the system gets fully operative we'll get
Food and Agricultural Sciences, Academic Affairs, the J. most of the problems solved here, because ,it doesn't do ,
Hillis Miller Health Center and Student Affairs respectively. employes any good to wait two or three years to have their LJ
Although the officers helped shape the plan and read it, the cases heard." A NtakitY < '
<* language is complicated and recent court decisions have .
added new information on procedures., Caution Turtles health r"I
Allison said he also, intended to explain the internal : a ar<

grievance procedure at UF, the first step in handling com-
plaints. By JEREMIAH TURNER terstate sale of pet turtles because of evidence that the turtles
THE OUTSIDE METHOD of solving grievances based on Alligator Staff Writer have been infecting owners with salmonella.
discrimination by filing charges with the Equal Employment SALMONELLA bacteria causes illness in humans which is
Opportunity Commission (EEOC), is also scheduled for Pet turtles, which can carry the same disease as spoiled rarely fatal but serious enough to merit a doctor's care ac-
explanation, Allison said. meat, have been banned from pet stores. cording to Dr. Ronica Kluge, UF professor of infectious
Four training session in July will be scheduled for the The ban, imposed by the Food and Drug AdministrationFDA ,disease.
approximately 35 department and college level affirmative ( ), becomes effective next month. It will outlaw the in- "The bacteria will usually infect persons who come in

action officers. '. '" physical contact with the food or animal carrying the
Allison said he was pleased with the good faith efforts at disease," Kluge said. Kluge said the common symptoms of s
enforcing the equal opportunity plan that were shown beforehe the'disease are usually fever accompanied by diarrhea. I'
came, but "there's a whole concept of law they've got to Most of the turtles sold in Florida were shipped into the
understand." state from farms in Louisiana or South America. Miami was
THE 35 DEPARTMENT and college level officers plus the the largest entry port for the turtle traffic, and in its peak
five top officials have met only once since the plan became years, turtles were a million dollar importing business. \
effective in March, 1974. "A MAJORITY of the young turtles sold died because of
Allison said he also planned speakers for the training the owner's ignorance about how to properly,care for the
sessions, probably including a lawyer to explain some of the animal. They usually were bought as novelty items," said Dale
consequences of mishandling discrimination complaints in Jackson, a UF graduate student in herpetology (the study of
the UF grievance procedure.READER'S. reptiles and amphibians).
"The disease is rare in wild turtle populations where the
animals are widely spread out, but in the crowded conditionsof
a pet shop one turtle carrying the disease could infect all
the others," Jackson said.
REDRESSIn "Even if a turtle was carrying the disease he might not show
any noticeable symptoms. This makes it almost impossible to
tell if animal is sick without individual
elaborate
an conducting -
a story in Tuesday's Alligator entitled "Another local "
p. :k
1 tests, Jackson said.
theatre offers discount," Tom Kurz, 2UC, was incorrectly ... JE ;,
identified as "Tom Curtis. < The ban covers all live turtles with shells under four inchesin
staff writer Leslie the length'most( turtles sold are half dollar size), and fertile
Alligator Golay regrets error.;
HEALTHY PETS OR DISEASE CARRIERS?
eggs. Not affected will be turtles tsed for scientific,
these reptiles may have salmonella bacteria educational and exhibition purposes.

Police

(from ,page one) being observed by her and a neighbor, released both subjects. Thewitness also stated while frisking one of the subjects
Repeated attempts by The Alligator to locate the neighbor West took a small white object from one of the suspect's shirt
,the hair and ear then pushed him against the side of the failed. pockets, but when the suspects were allowed to leave, "they
house," the witness said. "TILE HEAVY-SET policeman retrieved the bag he had were in too much of a hurry to get it back from the
ROBERTS ASSIGNED Captain Charles Snowden head of thrown to the ground by the stairs and returned to the patrolcar policeman." a
GPD investigations the case. Snowden,then put Captain ," according to the witness. THE OBJECT, according to Roberts, identified one of the
Kenneth Brown in charge of the investigation.Brown The witness further claimed the police officer emptied the suspects as a Veterans Administration patient who< had been
said he took statements from West and Taylor bag, "shaking it out like a woman shakes out a rug," then treated for "mental problems."
separately without informing either of the purpose of the drove his car over the area and left the scene. 1 he; area where the witness said the incident took place is a
questioning.West West, in his report, stated he did retrieve the bag and problem area, according: to Roberts.
reported, "I questioned both suspects using proper emptied the contents, but he gave no indication the contents "We have street people using that house all the time even
police procedure. At no time did I grab either of the subjectsby were illicit. though it's posted 'no trespassing',". Roberts said.
the ,hair or'ear." AFTER THE OFFICERS left the scene, the witness In addition Roberts said many incidents of purse snatching -
'WEST ALSO reported that upon searching the area, "I retrieved the empty plastic bag and mailed it to The Alligatorwith muggings and panhandling have been reported in the
found a sandwich bag containing a tobacco-like substance her original letter.
with a hand rolled cigarette inside." The Alligator later turned the bag over to SuperintendentRoberts. area.Roberts said the area will be patrolled by policemen on foot
The witness claims the officers, after noticing they were from 3:45: p.m. until 11:45: p.m.I .








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BlunderOne CY


thing you have toy about Dan Lobeck.
when he makes a mistake he owns up to it.

Like when he got caught up in his campaign for

student body vice president early this quarter and
made the "mistake" of neglecting his classes.

Faced with the prospect of getting a 2.0 grade

point average for the quarter, a very bad prospectfor
a law student:, Lobeck: sought the advice of
Dean of Student Affairs Thomas Goodale.

Lobeck: found that he could get around UF

regulations that require all SG officers to be

registered full time students by obtaining awahrer
from Goodale.

But when Goodale slyly suggested that Lobeck

withdraw with the waiver and keep it secret thus

avoiding any unfavorable publicity, Lobeck to his
credit decided that discretion was not the better .

part of valor, and promptly informed The .

Alligator of his decision. .
.
Not wanting to be tarred with the same brush as "

Sam Taylor, the student body president who l9
served almost an entire quarter without being a

student:, Lobeck: publicly owned up to his STEPPING OUT FROM UNDER THE SHADOW
"mistake."

Just lately Dan confessed to still another

fronted mistake with but it.this time not before he was con- Ms. Clean she ain'tAnyone


It seems.that during fall quarter Lobed:, while who is still a firm that I realized the time had things. I have every letter'I've Getting to it is another story.]
serving as secretary of consumer affairs, sent believer in one of the great come to take some action. ever received several beer tab Sometimes it reminds me of i
letters to UF professors who wrote their own text American: myths Girls are For weeks I had been engagement rings, childhood game my sister and
books and assigned them to their classes neat has not been: : in mj moving the piles of clothes autographs of Del Shannon, I used *o play in which
suggesting that such activity was perhaps: a room latdy. For that matter books and art supplies from and two of the "Four maneuver around the room I
one would not even be able to the bed to the shelves to the Seasons." and one of the jumping from one piece
conflict of interest.
get into my room ill the first floor and back through the finest collections of ticket furniture to another. Th
Several professors reacted with indignation place (unless able to leap tan cycle again. I haven't workedat stubs around. I am simplytoo object and only rule! was t feeling that Lobeck's letter contained among objects in a single bound my drawing. table in nostalgic and sentimental not touch the floor.
other things just a touch of a threat. The life of an art major months. I haven't seen my
In the letter Dan suggested that professors who consists mainly of pulling all' drawing table in months. SIIERKI GILBERT
night ers and meeting Inevitably while lookingfor ,
assign their own books return the royalties to their
deadlines, and does not allow something-anything Ito
students via "the" distribution of coins in whateverthe for such mundane tasks as I always find things I had L GUEST COLUMNIST
amount is. cleaning rooms and doing forgotten I have: six dozen
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Having made said suggestion Dan went on to laundry. Indeed, were it not plastic film cannisters (you
say that if he received no indication by November for vending machines and art just never know when you throw anything out. My plants.are beginning t
25 of the professor's intention toward his proposal"we history slide lectures we might need them), a Willie There is also the Practical show the agony of defeat;
would probably not ever eat StargeD baseball trading cup Collector, who, for example Okay, so I didn't water the
will assume your response is a negative one or sleep either. a tennis racket a couple Gene when you question their six for three or four weeks; bv
and will indicate that to The Alligator in our The normal average Pitney albums.I dozen plastic film cannisters frankly, I didn't know -whe
report to them on the subject.* student experiences these have cartons of half. says, "You just never know they were until I wore the blu
Not much liking the idea of being used as a things a few times during his- finished projects I start each when you might need them." halter top they were under.
bludgeon to hold over the heads of recalcitrant her college career par summer in an attempt to "do Parts of my room look like My only remaining hope Is
ticularly: around term own thing" (the dream of
my
paper
ecology recycling bins. cactus that seems to thrive or
professors we contacted Lobeck for an ex- and finals time. For art and all frustrated artists similarto the squalor, and provides m<
planation.Dan architecture students it is a the phenomenon of Then there's all the books the comfort of knowing that ;
was all apologies, for using The Alligator, never-ending saga reachingits "catching: up on reading" and souvenirs one accumulates living thing can survive in m)
assuring us that no blackmail was intended. peak during "dead week"a when one decides to read 112 in four years of room.
( quick stroll through the books during the summer.I college: fraternity ,
The fact is, we're not all that sure professorswho mugs Before Gerald Ford
Architecture: and Fine Arts am an incurable "saver"
Sociological Perspectives, declares Disaster
room a |
my
write their books
own represent a conflict of complex will make the origin I have managed to cram posters, football shakers, Area and has to send in the]
interest:, any more than a professor who writes his of this term quite dear). more things in an 8 z: 10 room registration notices. National Guard to find me I '<
own lectures.As It was when I woke up to than most people have Art students are even worse better do some spring
to ripping off the students by accepting find three tubes of paint my throughout an entire house. if they are already savers cleaning. I'm going to start
best jeans an overdue library There are two basic types of because they must save six dozen
royalties, our information is that the royalities are by organizing these
book a sheet of Zipatone. my savers and I fall into both certain items out of economicand plastic film cannisters.
usually low. One professor reported grossing
very .
camera case a linoleum categories.The artistic necessity.My After all
only 55.50 a quarter. We find it hard to take that block and a half-eaten bagel first is the'Collector of bed h large enough that when, you you might just Dna'know need
seriously.One in. bed with me the other day. Things Past' Among other I'usually don't misplace it. them.

professor we heard of even put up his own .
money to print a text, l losing money on the deal. Ion Cunningham David 1Oein'
If Lobeck is serious about this potential conflictof The IndependentS Edi-.In-Chief' lnttditof

interest. and State University System Chancellor Gary IoIanoff DavId Bnhom
Robert Mautz seems to share his views, we Florida gator"-". AIeodat.rditor 'J.'t -EdlIor
suggest he take a different tack. )
One professor suggested donating all such ill Q..ut &4 .. Mud! k. nan Iv :' 'Jod1 CortinEP
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royalties into a scholarship fund. We certainly find '.:- News EdIr .r;.>=- coroutLA tor

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called I idealistic

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EDITOR In: reply to the If the ISA vies for campus
May 23 Iranian :Students students and teachers to *
Associ tion'.USA( ) article: I'd accept their 'Newspeak'definitions
like to make,a slightly partial I caution them
rebuke. Wonderfully that many of their hoped for / + tt :rf
idealistic as that letter was adherents have read Orwell's
there were several inconsistencies classic: "1984" and would
which glared at disdain such a society here or
me below a disparagingcartoon elsewhere.Just .
on American foreign as I must admire my
policy. 'Uncle: HoI" I must also'
Just as an impartial, intelligent admire Adolf Hitler, as manyof {lI
person will)) his contemporaries did, for'a
acknowledge the "existence masterly job of rebuilding a
'pro-West(, Dictators", he nation and its spirit from a
should discern the other side miserable shambles.I'd I
of the coin. bet he would have
KIM IL SUNG, Fidel received more than 80 per
Castro,,and Joseph Stalin (to cent of the electorate in
choose but a few) were dictators reunited Germany, had he
by its true definition- sought reelection in the late
ruler having absolute 1930's.
authority. True, a dic- I would like to sum up witha
tatorship may tend to be bit of advice for any other
tyrannical and oppressive, but malcontent abhorring
there need not appear any American governmentalpolicy. Microfilming would benefit UF
large scale struggle against Americans put their i
said dictatorship. faith in officials legitimizedby .y y.M
Indeed, an intelligent our elective process.
dictator could not allow open History has shown that any EDITOR After reading Debbie Erickson's May 28 articlein Fourth, a microfilm system would eliminate the costly
insurrection and would attempt to pry 'Americansfrom the Alligator I felt compelled to clarify some inaccurate expense of binding current issues. The money saved in this .
combat it with force, as 'a their national characterhas statements, fostered by a mutual misunderstanding between area not to mention the cost reduction from theft and .,
means of termination and had the converse effect. Dan 'Lobeck and myself.Debbie's destruction could then be allocated to other library areas I
propaganda, as a preven- Timothy P. O'Neill | article dealt with the requests made to the Activityand which ire in need.
tative. 1 UC Service Fee Advisory Committee by several campus Financially the Xerox corporation has made this venture a
organizations for funding. Among those requests which very wise investment (i.e. besides the above reasons). In a
Debbie mentioned was my intended request of SI00,000 to study done by Xerox it was estimated that it would cost more
microfilm either the Education or Chemistry libraries' than $310,000 (i.e.for Chemistry) for the projected change to
SG; should order periodical sections. microfilm.
However, the benefits which could be reaped from However, because this library contains certain volumes
microfilming the Chemistry Library, (and other library which are presently unavailable to them, they are willing to
rape whistles againEDITORi periodical collections ultimately) are too good to let slip cut the costs nearly in "half' With the funds UF could
through our fingers. generate by selling it's hard -backed periodicals ,to other
First, since microfilm takes up less than 10 per cent of the libraries the final investment is again reduced (i.e. to about
I think the success of the "whistle distribution"was space required by hard backs, a drastic increase in the 100000.)
evidenced by the response of the female population of amount of study space available to students is achieved. In its Furthermore if the Xerox corporation attained copy rightsi.e.
UFo I think the program has a lot in favor of it. I would like present condition new books are steadily eating away at the ( film rights) to these volumes from their respective
to see Student Government funds ALWAYS spent in such a amount of available student space., publishers,they would eventually reimburse the University for
manner. With a microfilm system, however, huge quantities of spaceare money it spent to microfilm these volumes. (Note it's been
The gains in freedom and confidence were well worth the not only acquired but the space can be retained over a estimated that these volumes, represent about two-thirds of
cost. Many of the female students (myself included), either period of time.Secondly the Chemistry libraries' present collection).
because they didn't know about it or because they just didn't the cost of replacing stolen volumes decreases. The financial inducements which the Xerox corporationoffers
have the opportunity, were unable to go by and pick up. a Obviously, microfilm cards will not look as attractive to to UF will not be available over an extended period of
thieves since will have trouble using them outside of the
whistle.I they thime. They were made on. a first come first served basis.
WONDER IF it would be possible to make a whistle library. Therefore, it is imperative to act now if the fruits of this offer
available to those of us who would really like to have one but Since most students have come across pages in periodical are to be reaped., The UF can not afford not to act.
missed their chance the first time around? volumes which were missing, many will readily see the value ina Al Foody
Surely this merits serious consideration. system where this is no longer possible.In 3 AS
addition to this, the problem which students have in
Cynde 2UC Hawkins eliminated.finding books which may have been misshelfed is reduced or Alligator staff spells


Colombia incorrectly

.EDITOR: Skimming over Tuesday's issue of your paper, I
was shocked by the incompetence of your staff. ,I am mainly
referring to Steve Keats and his mediocre article on
Colombia.He '
is such an expert on Latin America that he dares spell
Colombia, the South American country, as Columbia
'(Columbia University?). And because "Columbia" appealed
ten times in the story, it was obviously not a typographicalerror
+
.
Thanks to Mr. Keats Simon Bolivar must be turning in his

grave.
Fermin Cross Jr.4JM.


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The Independent

Florida Alligator


Tom ShrocUr Jonn'Morwt
Aut. Nwi Editor .Photo Editor
Doug Hatch
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EMTORIAI.. .


BlunderOne


thing you have to say about Dan Lobeck,

when he makes a mistake, he owns up to it. .

Like when he got caught up in his campaign for Y N.K1SStC

student body vice president early this quarter and

made the "mistake" of neglecting his classes.

Faced with the prospect of getting a 2.0 grad C

point average for the quarter, a very bad prospectfor

a law student, Lobeck'sought the advice of

Dean of Student Affairs Thomas Goodale.

Lobeck, found that he could get around .UP NANO.lid Fcd

regulations that require all SG officers to be o

registered full time students by obtaining awaiver

from Goodale.

But when Goodale slyly suggested that Lobeck

withdraw with the waiver and keep it secret, thus

avoiding any unfavorable publicity, Lobeck to his o.o

credit decided that discretion was not the better .. ,..,";', .It ;/. '.'.''' '
.n., '
part of valor, and promptly informed The ,', ..; >'' 't. 'I ;, ..i.i. : O p
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Alligator of his decision. .
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Not wanting to be tarred with the same brush as ':';::. ;

Sam Taylor, the student body president who ,, '\t' II

served almost an entire quarter without being a ,

student, Lobeck publicly owned up to his STEPPING OUT FROM>> UNDER THE SHADOW
"mistake."

Just lately, Dan confessed to still another

fronted mistake,with but it.this time not before he was con- Ms. Clean she ain'tAnyone


It seems.that during fall quarter Lobeck, while who is still a firm that I realized the time had things, I have every letter I've Getting to it is another story. j
serving as secretary of consumer affairs, sent believer in one of the great come to take some action. ever received several beer tab Sometimes it reminds me of i
letters to UF professors who wrote their own text American myths Girls are For weeks I had been engagement rings, childhood game my sister and
books and assigned them to their classes, neat has not' been in my moving the piles of clothes, autographs of Del Shannon, I used to play, in which you
that such room lately. For that matter, books, and art.supplies from and two of the "Four maneuver around the room bi
suggesting activity was perhaps a-
one would not even be able to the bed to the shelves to the Seasons," and one of the jumping from one piece oi
conflict of interest. get, into my room in the first floor and back through the finest collections, of ticket furniture to another. Th
Several professors reacted with indignation, place (unless able to leap tall cycle again. I haven't workedat stubs around. I am simplytoo object and only rule was tfl
feeling that Lobeck's letter contained, among objects in a single bound). my drawing table in nostalgic and sentimentalSHERRI not touch the floor.
other things, just a touch of a threat. The life of an art major months. I haven't seen my ---- --
consists mainly of.pulling all- drawing table in months. '
In the letter Dan suggested that professors who GILBERT
and while
nighters meeting Inevitably looking ,
their books return the to their
assign own royalties
for
deadlines, and does not allow something anything -
students via "the distribution of coins, in whateverthe for such mundane tasks as I always find things I had GUEST COLUMNIST
amount is." cleaning rooms and doing forgotten I have: six dozen

Having made said suggestion, Dan went on to laundry. Indeed were it not, plastic film cannisters (you
say that if he received no indication by November for vending machines and art just never know when you to throw anything out. My plantsare beginning tc
25 of the professor's intention toward his proposal"we history slide lectures we might need them), a Willie There is also the Practical show the agony of defeat.(
would probably not, ever eat Stargell baseball trading ,
cup Collector who, for example Okay, so I didn't water the
will assume your response is negative one or sleep either. a tennis racket, a couple Gene when you question their six for three or four weeks; but
and will indicate that to The Alligator in our The normal, average Pitney albums.I dozen plastic film cannisters, frankly. I didn't know whe

report to them on the subject." student experiences these have cartons of half- says, "You just never know they were.until I wore the blu Not much liking the idea of being used as a things a few times during his- finished projects I start each when you might need them." halter top they were under.
bludgeon to hold over the heads of recalcitrant her college career, par- ,summer in an attempt to "do Parts of my room look like My only remaining hope is
ticularly around term'' paper my own thing" (the dream of
ecology recycling bins. cactus that seems to thrive onj
professors, we contacted Lobeck for an ex- all frustrated
and finals time. For art and artists similarto the and
squalor, provides me
planation.Dan architecture, students it is a the phenomenon of Then there's all the books the comfort of knowing that al
was all apologies, for using The Alligator, never-ending I saga reachingits "catching up on reading" and souvenirs one accumulates living thing can survive in my|
'
peak during "dead week"a when one decides to read 112
assuring us that no blackmail was intended. in four years of room.
The fact is, we're not all that sure professorswho ( quick stroll through the books during the summer.I 'college: fraternity mugs, Before Gerald Ford]
Architecture and Fine Arts am an incurable "saver". Sociological
write their own books represent a conflict of I have Perspectives declares my room a Disaster]
complex will make the originof managed to cram posters football shakers
Area and has to send in the j
interest, any more than a professor who writes his this term quite clear). more things in an 8 x 10 room registration notices. National Guard to find me, I
own lectures.As It was when I woke up to than most people have Art students are even worseif better do some spring
to ripping off the students by accepting find three tubes of paint, my throughout an entire house. they are already savers, cleaning. I'm going to start
royalties, our information is that the royalities are best jeans, an overdue library There are two basic types of because they must save by organizing these six dozen
book sheet of and I fall into both
a Zipatone my savers certain items out of economicand
film cannisters.
usually low. One professor reported grossing plastic
very camera case a linoleum categories.The artistic necessity.My .
only $5.50 a quarter. We find it hard to take that block, and a half-eaten bagelin first is the 'Collector of bed is large enough that know After when all, you might just never need
seriously.One bed with me the other day, Things Past. Among other I 'usually don't misplace it. them. you :

professor we heard of even put up his own .

money to print a, text, losing money on the deal. Ron Cunningham 'DaVld KI.ln''
If Lobeck is serious about this potential conflictof The Independent Edibr-.in.chl.f' ,//lilanagingEditar

interest and State University System Chan- Gary Bolano" David Bnhom
_.. "
cellor Robert Mautz seems to share his views, we Florida Alligator "', Associat.Editor > Yout Editor

he take a different tack. .
suggest
.
(ill QttttCGU / ."
One professor suggested, donating all such .. !rJ Mindi N.ws K.lman Editor 'Jody Carlin
into fund. We find go't." l"-:" Layout Editor
royalties a scholarship certainly : :"' ,

that preferable to Lobeck's suggestion. R.A'Tony' K.ndzlor,."..........,.., ..". ......, '!.;' :'.:::.::.....Ge.ral Manager, -,,: .
Somehow the picture of a professor stepping Jam..V,Cook ., ., .,.... .....,.... .'"1" ..I..":'.'.,.. ,Assistant G.n.rai! Monag.r' .
' into his classroom at the end of a quarter with a Mrs. Ev.lyn Bait .. ......, .,... .......,, ., ...., ..."... ;......Admlnlstratlv.. Assistant Publilhed by',
''Ann.MOlphurs.I ,'*'."."'.-I..'4.'" '''''''' '''.j I..Bookksp r (:Mn',1I11oI, C"nlllllll'ull"/ "v A,(111C.Royshipp "
pocketfull of nickles to hand out seems a bit f..i.,1..i", =.1..i.'r''I.... .. .. .'.. ....", \0.,....Busln...I Jnager
ludicrous. .Tom MacNamara,;::.,' ,.R" :I"' ih': ..- ...$ t.,..' '"I..". "." ..Accountant I P.O. 10. U266 Unl".ity
Frankly we're a bit disappointed at Lobeck's RoyMcGe.Jr: .t.. ',i''A'" I In ". .;.r.....r..jIff.,.'....:. ,4 1 .. .. .... ...Av.rtisingManog.r" Station.'"-In..III.. FIorl U'foI with_
Donna Lubrana ,. t . ...... ..,. ..,.,,.. .. .... ...... .Adv.rtlslng Coordinator offic.1 behind,the CoU. Inn,
letter we suspect it was written. without much Ac.yHarp.r .,Ji:' ;a.. ., ..." ,,1.;'., ,.; .. ..." if,. ...SpeclaI5ec1lonl Coordinator 1721 W." Univ.nftlr Av.nu..
thought or foresight. Lynda I-iomr..y.;.1.. .. ,.. ... .'f' ,f.. .".. ....,,Adv.rtlslng Production Manager BY>tiin.I Office phone:'37"""" 4
But that's all right as long,as he keeps ad- Lynn Solder,,, .. J t'...:;...,.,1-"F. '..,'; ......, .,""..Editorial Produc1lon Mona r Editorial DePOl1ment: 37" 5I. '
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EDITORS In, reply to.the If the ISA vies for campus
May 23 Iranian ,Students students and teaehersto''
Associa'tiomUSA( ) article, I'd accept their 'Ne speak' +M
like to make a slightly partial definitions, I caution them
rebuke. Wonderfully that many of their hoped for
idealistic as that letter was, adherents have read Orwell's
there were several inconsistencies classic "1984" and would
which glared at disdain such a society here or ,1'
me below a disparagingcartoon elsewhere.Just .
on American foreign as I must admire my
policy. 'Uncle HoI I must also
Just as an impartial, intelligent admire Adolf Hitler, as manyof (
person will his contemporaries did, fora
acknowledge the 'existence masterly job of rebuilding a "
"pro West Dictators", he nation and its spirit from a
should discern the other side miserable shambles.I'd .
of the coin. bet he would have J.
KIM IL SUNG, Fidel received more than 80 per
Castroand Joseph Stalin (to cent of the electorate in
choose 'bu( a few) were dictators reunited Germany had he
by its true definition- sought reelection in the late
ruler having absolute 1930's.
authority. True, a dictatorship I would like to sum up witha
may tend to be bit of advice for any other
tyrannical and oppressive, but malcontent abhorring
there need not appear any American governmentalpolicy. Microfilming would benefit UF
large scale struggle against Americans put their
said dictatorship. faith in officials legitimizedby
Indeed, an intelligent our elective process.
dictator could not allow open History has shown that any EDITOR After reading Debbie Erickson's May 28 articlein Fourth a microfilm system would eliminate the costly
insurrection and would attempt to pry Americans the Alligator I felt compelled to clarify some inaccurate expense of binding current issues. The money saved in this
combat it with force, as a from their national characterhas statements, fostered by a mutual misunderstanding between area, not to mention the cost reduction from theft and
means of termination and had the converse effect. Dan Lobeck and myself.Debbie's destruction, could then be allocated to other library areas
propaganda, as a preven- Timothy P. O'Neill article dealt with the requests made to the Activityand which are in need.
tative. 1 UC Service Fee Advisory Committee by several campus Financially the Xerox corporation has made this venture a
organizations for funding. Among those requests which very wise investment (i.e. besides the above reasons). In a
Debbie mentioned was my intended request of $100,000 to study done by Xerox it was estimated that it would cost more
microfilm either the Education or Chemistry libraries' than $310,000 (i.e.for Chemistry) for the projected change to
SG; should order periodical sections. microfilm.
However, the benefits which could be reaped from However, because this library contains certain volumes
microfilming the Chemistry Library (and other library which are presently unavailable to them, they are willing to
rape whistles again periodical collections ultimately) are too good to let slip cut the costs nearly in "half' With the funds UF could
through our fingers. generate by selling it's hard -backed periodicals to other
First, since microfilm takes up less than 10 per cent of the libraries the final investment is again reduced (i.e. to about
EDITOR I think the success of the "whistle distribution"was space required by hard backs, a drastic increase in the $100,000.)
evidenced by the response of the female population of amount of study space available to students is achieved. In its Furthermore, if the Xerox corporation attained copy rightsi.e.
UF. I think the program has a lot in favor of it. 1 would like present condition, new books are steadily eating away at the ( film rights) to these volumes from their respective
to see Student Government funds ALWAYS spent in such a amount of available student space. publishers they would eventually reimburse the University for
manner. With a microfilm system, however, huge quantities of spaceare money it spent to microfilm these volumes. (Note it's been
. The gains in freedom and confidence were well worth the not only acquired but the space can be retained over a estimated that these volumes represent about two-thirds of
cost. Many of the female students (myself included), either period of time. the Chemistry libraries' present collection).
because they didn't know about it or because they just didn't Secondly, the cost of replacing stolen volumes decreases. The financial inducements which the Xerox corporationoffers
have the opportunity, were unable to go by and pick up a Obviously, microfilm cards will not look as attractive to to UF will not be available over an extended period of
whistle.I thieves since they will have trouble using them outside of the thime. They were made on, a first come first served basis.
WONDER IF it would be possible to make a whistle library. Therefore it is imperative to act now if the fruits of this offerare
available to those of us who would really like to have one but Since most students have come across pages in periodical to be reaped. The UF can not afford not to act.
missed their chance the first time around? volumes which were missing many will readily see the value ina ,AI Foody
Surely this merits serious consideration. system where this is no longer possible.In 3 AS
addition to this, the problem which students have in
Cynde 2UC Hawkins eliminated.finding books which may have been misshelfed is reduced or Alligator staff spells

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Colombia incorrectly

EDITOR Skfmming over Tuesday's issue of your paper, I
was shocked by the incompetence of your staff. I am mainly
referring ,to Steve Keats and his mediocre ,article on
Colombia.He .
is such an expert on Latin America that he dares spell
Colombia, the South American country, as Columbia
'(Columbia University?). And because "Columbia" appearedten
times in the story, it was obviously not a typographicalerror.

.p .
Thanks to Mr. Keats, Simon Bolivar must be turning in his

grave.
Fermin Cross Jr.4JM.
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market in 20 years, he chose the only alternative available to him- dem id d, Mayberry said.
'd. ) i iz graduate school.. Th best places for UF graduates! to obtain jobs are in the state's' #_ "" .,

\\I : After receiving 18 letters of rejection, and one "maybe" Buerkle, metr politan areas, Mayberry said. a. ;i ...
z" [ iF 4BA, opted for graduate school at Vanderbilt University. when he ."A. the moment the Tam p a-St.. ""Petersburg g area" i is s one place .;\ :. ':c'r//1 ', : .('. w., -- ,
..'. ate could not find a job in merchandising. when there "seems to be'a lot of jobs, he said. -
"I went to the Career Placement Center every day (during the .".1 ie e diversity of businesses, industries and tourism" is the cause
,. I quarter) at 8 o'clock in the morning to be the first in line for interviews fort t tf :large amount of jobs available there, Mayberry said. ''I- ,'
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However, "there weren't that many employers" at the placementcenter cities have more then enough job seekers to offset the large market

': because of the current job situation, he said. adva tage.. .
.: .; t !: P : Buerkle said he believed it was possible to get a job. "1 ere are people standing in line for jobs in downtown Atlanta
'; j.., :: However, "it's' awfully hard to beat down the doorsteps when you're whit! in Carrollton, Ga. (about 40 miles away) they can't' get an
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: v j still in school-you just don't' have much time to find a job,"" he said. engi eer.," he said. -

'.. ):. According to UF Student Placement Director Maurice Mayberry, M yberry'' said the number of job recruiters coming to the ;., a
( .. the number of jobs available to June graduates represents "a low placi eat center to interview students this year is down ap- .:';..,,: l
.. y water mark" in the 20 years he has served as placement director. prox ately 33 per cent from last year, when nearly 1,200, employers"cam w
'! Mayberry predicted only 25 to 30 per.cent of all June graduates will to UF during the fall a and d winter quarters. (

j. be employed as of graduation. B ween 600 and 800 employers came to the placement center .. 'j "( ......a
) Approximately 40 per cent of last year's June graduating class had dun g gthe fall and winter quarters this year, he said. 1. : t ;
jobs as of graduation, Mayberry said. A hough the number of recruiters has declined, students are now
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In spite of the "generally weak" job market this June, there will bea appl ing for four and five interviews while in the past a student signedup I I

N IIa great demand for graduates in the fields of medicine, accounting t r only two or three, Mayberry said.
t J; \ ;A'i' .p, ,.: ''jt, ?t and engineering, Mayberry said. A tudent must be "especially qualified" to find a job in the tight
,> "" <" ". <, : 'agriculture,journalism, law and the liberal arts, he said. S dents must not only have good ,grades but show leadership Career
CHt "There is already a decreased demand for lawyers," Mayberry said, qua ics and have prior work experience in their field, he said.

__ fl II t' adding national employment statistics show there are nearly three law men and minority groups must try just as hard as white males to Center

-= -. :, graduates for every,job.Assistant obt; n jobs, although there are federal regulations require companies
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will Iways be jobs for the kind of person who is enterprising and has UF Career Planningand

helps iob seekinQ qrads the rive and motivation"i to obtain one, he said. Placement Center in >Ml
d daL.1 N lyherry said he knew of one UF student who will graduate with a the J J. Wayne Reitz Union ba'

? deg e in food science in June that wrote eight employers and may help the graduate
By LINDA WISNIEWSKI r r red ed four job offers.
said.The r. seeking a job. The cen--
Alligator Staff'Writer cost of the project "could run into the N pt here are jobs for those who persevere,"" Mayberry said. ter's' bank
millions" when it is completed, he said. I 1.. .udents cannot find jobs in their chosen field, they should start job listings
The Florida Department of Commerce is White said the. completion date was un R the own business, Mayberry said. (bottom right) is a w
trying to solve the problem of too many certain. my y students are going into business: by raising animals, or computer printout, up-

graduates for too few jobs. The purpose of he project is "to let the Director Peter ope: ng g florists shops, he said. dated daily, of available a ti xt >a
The department has begun a study to public know where the jobs are," White said. Aylward advises Linda t t armed services have become a "popular alternative to opportunities In varying z
determine what Florida jobs will be needed The project may cut down' the unem Hilsenrad, 7H>, in the stuc nts who would otherwise choose jobs in the civilian world, career areas. The center '
five years from now. ployment rate-especially among college Career Planning and rs, .Ma *rry said.proximately. library focuses on A a M
I According to John Wesley White, directorof .students, he said. Placement Center.. A seven per cent of, the December 1974 graduating available job and career

the Division of Employment Security, the "We may be training a whole crop of clas 'this year chose to enter the armed services, up from five percentlast openings and is open to L -i i6Y

I department of commerce started the college students for jobs ,that aren't' there," tar all students. In the top
"Occupational Forecast" project in 1974. White said. treason for the popularity of armed services is money. medical studentat A .
The project is just "an initial attempt" by I recent years the pay has increased so that military personnel are photo, a t -Si-
the The project lists approximately 455 jobs ,rr err, r, now paid the William Shands
commerce department t to determine which same salary as people in private industry, Mayberrysaid
jobs would be in demand in 1980, White said. that cover everything from "hucksters and" Teaching Hospital worksat ... ..t:.'
The areas of job d demand were determinedby peddlers" to "motion picture projectionists. H sever, there is a lot of "competition to get into the military,"" one of many campus err.1I
projecting the growth of the industries and If projections are correct, according to the May erry said. opportunities, this one in photo,by John moron

the number of jobs that would be available in study, in 1890, jobs will be most plentiful in M ,yber l* ry y said next year may be better. The number of job the hematology lab. I I
that industry, he said. the fields of engineering, nursing, elementaryand .: ....- J' r rccr ten who have signed up to give interviews "has picked up," hesaid
The project is "still in the developmental secondary school teachers, typists, auto p photo by John moron I ,
process and___ needs to be validated" White t mechanics and truck driven,
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KEVIN BLOOM a week, mostly during the day. Howard Security Service Director Major Bell said there will .
Alligator& Staff Writer Mike Walker, manager of Frisch's' Big Boy said there is a be a few positions open providing applicants are 21 yean old, ,
I "good possibility" the restaurant will be hiring some students have a high school diploma and provide their own gun. S iII BMIii108
Students seeking employment in Gainesville during the during the summer primarily as cooks and dishwashers. Abelene Security Service President t Steve Mahn said j : ?
summer will have to depend on initiative and luck. .Nursing Homes: Looking for a job in convalescent homes chances gaining employment with his company are "slim"' ka
The following is a random sampling of prospective employers may be the best bet for students in Gainesville during the but some students may be hired. ., \ 9kA
in the Gainesville area and their view of summer summer. Abelene 18 I I
requires applicants to be and as with Howard,:;
employment possibilities. Hillhaven Convalescent Center administrator Steve Cook will train employes..
Department Stores: Maas Brothers, J.M. Fields and Sears said few opportunities are presently available, however, Cab Drivers: Arthur Williams of Safety Cab and Bueford !
Roebucf: all reported little chance of students being hired nursing aides, orderlies and dietary' aides may find periodic Turlington of University Cab both said there maybe a few and addecstudents toe I
over the summer due to slow sales during the summer months openings. ,,1?' positions open d due to the constant turnover of employes. state of the economy'eliminated any chance! of '1
and poor economic conditions. Cook said none of the positions require professional Both companies fading employment in that field. L1
require a Florida a chaffeur's license and iii I
Carol personnel of Sears, said the but with Supensupermarkets arkets s: The! employment situation with regard to
Malphurs. manager training students previous experience will get taxi permit, obtainable: from the Gainesville Police Depart .
outlook is "grim" for any student seeking employment duringthe preference. ment. s In Gainesville is not promising, according to _
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summer Roberts Nursing Center and Extended Care spokeswomanLinda .Hospitals: Spokesmen for North Florida Regional GaryH H 'fight '., ., !
Restaurants Both Burger Chef and Sherwood said needs y manager of Publix's' N. Main Street store '
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Burger King center nursing and dietary Hospital and Alachua s
will be their said while County General Hospital said ,any said."Hiriigestudents | ra help for the is out. Most .!'h fe,{0. .il !'Give'r( .
managers jay most employes staying at jobs over aides. Sherwood experience is desirable, studentsare positions they have for'summer have been c summer definitely ..
long ,
the summer for fear they may not get their jobs back in the hired primarily on the basis of. personality. filled. employment' teen tly employed will be staying all summer." w: f tWo"" : I
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fall. "We hire people we think will be compassionate 'to our Holds and Motels ls: Gainesville Hilton Phil Mana'$ < A&p, pantry Pride and Big Star all reiterated L"
McDonalds'' manager Bill Lawson said, however, some of patients.." Sherwood said.. Schlegel said the hotel business almost always Manager slows down further Haight's d dr errant tement citing the current economic situation as a '.'". :, I
his employes will be leaving after{ spring quarter finals, .Security Guards:, Students seeking employment as during the summer months rendering chances of s of 7 to hiring. a rt
opening positions for part-time employes during the summer. security guards may tind positions open''but,they will be few in "negligible.:" employment Manageoccasion!' v 7-11 Is$ and Majik Markets said positions are ,.
Lawson said applicants could expect to work 25 to 30 hours number and the requirements vary. Holiday Inn open a and hiring. ,would,' be done strictly on i a i t _'4aas*; *fJ_
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By MICHAEL MYERS your canoeing Twin.Lak.. .
Alligator Staff Writer said.People wishing to "blow themselves up" will enter the air pleasure at .-A.: Comp
conditioned unit and sit in a small'carpeted room in front of a TWIN LAKE fiSH CAMP .

It's a giant camera and it takes giant pictures.The mirror. When the customer is ready.. their picture will be 466-3194 1 mile north of Cross C..k.
camera, which is really a trailer in disguise, is parkedin taken and the customer will then exit. Within five minutes, an "' ,,, r.pw, .
the Renaissance Fair lot on West University Ave. 18x24 photograph will be handed out to them.
WARREN REID, who started the business with four The price of the service will be $4.95 per print.
friends,' is attempting to franchise the trailer-camera units "WE WILL ALSO do enlarging of photos that. people
which can produce a blown-up photograph of customers already have. If somebody has a picture they want enlarged, < ville.
within five minutes. they can just bring it to me and I'll blow it up," Reid said., Qoodbye ]aine
The unit, called "The Big Picture," is completely equippedto Reid said within the next two weeks he will also be able to
take black and white photos and enlarge them to 18x24 print photos on T-shirts. Hello Wo.ld.clte.T .
inch prints. The unit is equipped with all the photographic equipment i
Reid, a native Florid ian described his camera as an necessary, plus water and electrical hookups. Reid said in the '
"original'prototype;; a promotional unit," and said that future his corporation will sell units with electrical generators, late a, couplereadnj .
Gainesville was a "natural spot to try this idea out because it which would eliminate the need for an electrical hookup. of months of
is a very forward town, and a good place to try out new ideas. Reid said currently he has two prospective buyers for his '.
"WHAT I'D LIKE to do is set up in different locations product. He said the price for a franchise is "about. $10,000. ] a1oT3
around town and get people used to seeing us. I think this "There has been a lot of time, headaches and heartachesput
thing will have a tendency to generate a lot of sales" Reid in to this thing but 1 really think it will work," Reid said.
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By DEBBIE ERICKSON Sikes said the College of Arts and Sciences requested Gary

Alligator Staff Writer Snyder, Robert J. Wright, Judson Jerome, Peter Bensinger "' ,,'. .' .._.... _. .. -.' _..... -..,
Dr. Bennett Cooper, Martha Wheeler and Ben Meeker be ;
contacted.
The Student Government Distinguished Professor Chair Architecture and Fine Arts requested Buckminster Fuller, WHAT ISAVILLAGE
Committee will contact 22 prominent Americans this sum Poalo Soleri{ and Alianci Halpern be contacted.
mer, asking them to be UF's "Distinguished Professor" UNIVERSITY COLLEGE requested Claire Booth Luce,
winter quarter. Margaret Mead, Elizabeth Jan Way, Lilian Helman and Betty ? ?
Craig Sikes, committee member, said the committee Friedan..
requested all college councils to submit a list of names of Lanford Wilson, John 'Houseman and Helen Hayes were
persons they would like to have as UF distinguished professor. submitted by the theatre department,
Only three colleges!, university college, architecture and fine The committee also will be contacting J. William DEFINITION village (vlllj!!) noun-o group of KOUMI In
arts, arts and sciences and the theatre department, submittedlists Fullbright, William Ruckleshaus, Martha Griffiths and Leon the country, larger than a homUt and smaller than a
to the committee. Jaworski. city or town.
SIKES SAID the committee will still accept lists from SIKES SAID committee members Cindy Shellenberger and
colleges other than journalism and communications.The Debbie Freeman will be contacting the people this summer to I spacious apartments ft
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College of Journalism and Communications can not see if they are interested in coming to UF. spacious grounds
with UVEII!
submit a list because Frank Mankiewicz was that college's Distinguished professor nominees will be placed on the fall room to
distinguished proffessor last winter: quarter and accordingto SG election ballot. The three nominees receiving the highest J
the student body constitution, four other college must have number of votes will be activitely sought as distinguished r
their professors before the journalism school is eligible again.. professors. r COMPLETE .:+.
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medical problems will> be treated at Shands i f. 293o SW 23rd T.n.
If the person is clearly unable to pay, every regardless of their ability to pay their bills
effort will be made to find the .patient a because they offer students and doctors a ''I' south off old ARCHER RD 378-8020
only 10 min' from ....,..
sponsor-either a state or federal agency or chance to study the unique condition, he said.
his home county-to.take care of the medical According to Criser, "some local countiesare ,
: bills. using Shands Teaching Hospital l for a
Herhold said at least 20 per cent of all charity hospital," by sending their' sick of
Shands patients are sponsored by agenciessuch injured residents to Gainesville instead of
as Medicaid and the Division of supporting health care facilities of their own. Aflll
Childrens Medical Services. Putnam County, for example, found it was
"We get :'a lot of sponsorships from cheaper to ambulance patients to Shands for d-1',1if.,!< :..i1"j"t. ''v'J, {1.\: .
", ;. available agencies, and get some counties to free treatment, than subsidize that treatmentin @''i: ; ise.! ;.:;.!"};:*''If'>!>:i/#!{) lOU|
; ". pay (for their residents unmet bills) but thereare the county' hospital, Tucker said. IfiiD; f.'f ?'''" : '
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t ''t \ \ sored." Tucker added. abuse by the ounti s""according to Criser. By ': : ; i .:' can
'. IF THE PATIENTS can not find someone screening non-emergency cases before admittance .\,",..,. .% o' '
t', ,, to cover the cost ,of Shands hospitalization counties will be forced to either pay : ; ; and treatment they will be referred back to for their residents hospital bills at Shands or ;,,,t: : : .-M? ,
their counties for medical help. provide the necessary care through county r t :: p.at I II' I I4
"The counties and their hospitals have the facilities. ;:1 ,/, : '
social responsibility (for indigent patients). Those counties which do not have hospital {"
We can't assume it all," Herhold explained. facilities are expected to provide health care ,spaghetti ,meat sauce
The director added that exceptions will be \vithin the means of, their budgets Tucker }> rLi' salad garlic bread
made for poor patients who suffer from said. Y tea or ,coffee
ailments only Shands can handle. And the "To give credit where its due, when we've L)6 ,:
hospital will continue to accept anyone who admitted an emergency then transferred the
needs immediate emergency treatment, he patient (Clo a public hospital), the county has \ $2:49FRIDAY :
said."I paid for the service," he added.
HOPE WE'LL still manage to take those SCREENING NON-EMERGENCY
who only we can help." patients will help to "lift some of the (indigent
Regents Chairman Marshall Criser agreed ) load from the hospital," Tucker said. I & SATURDAY
that' the teaching hospital should take But sending indigent patients back to their Y -
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complicated cases. counties to get medical help could mean they .
"I 1 don't believe anyone should be turned "may not get thehospitalization at all" according
away if he's going to die as a result" Criser to Ann Reser, the county director of
social services.
said.ALSO
TAKEN INTO consideration duringthe She agreed, however, that "Shands is
screening process will be the educational certainly not obligated to take all the indigent To sell your 'goodies soon .(not later)
value of the patient, Herhold continues. patients in the state. How could they?"
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FOR SALEfree FOR SALE FOR RENTSummer FOR RENTRoomate :30:
7:00

kitten! Siamese mother shots GARAGE SALE Including 74 ford sublet nice 2-br 1 bath needed: sublet 1 bdrm In ':30
Included-must find homes before pinto plus many other good article apt In N.B. sec avail. |June 15-sept 15 2 bdrm apt June rent fret furn ac
7th of |une.5 weeks old. call 378-3744 everything priced to sell, If not sold $110 me. total, nice neighborhood close to campus summit house own
or 377"336.5t.1..p( ) throwing away 1027 SW 7 Ave (a-2t- please call UJ.".' or 392-7814 (t b- room call 37$-543 after 4 pm (b2t150 -

Mobil Home 12x48 2 br, '10x20 patio 150-p) 3M49-p) -pown >

cower, washer + dryer ac carpeted Girls ten speed bike, must sell now. sublease country garden apt 'V* lune room share 2 bdr dup. summer
$2999 will rent with option to Lock and chain Included asking, rent free with option to rent for fall. $60 mo. Just out of town S.R. 26 (E,
buy .....3031 '(.-.5t1pr_ $45 Call 392-7481 (a:3t-15O.p) at old rates furnished 1 bedroom Univ.) call Martin 3719704: $(b'2'

Wedding Bonds, & Engogement Ringt Refrigerator for sale $45 33" high near med center 372-4854 373-5050 150-p) |

,Traditional or Contemporary designs of runs well perfect for dorm room 8 (D-5M49-P) Sublet for summer three bedroom
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho adequate for two people 392-9830 2 male' roommates needed to share house$150 mo. 1 block from campus
want th* best. Original work by call anytime & keep trying pleasel/ master bedroom at gatortown wooded lot call 374-45 5 or come by
South' Leading Artists. Master "GoldSmith (a-lt-150-p) starting fall quarter 60 mo. + '.3 1114 SW 13th St. (b-2t-1S0-p)

and lopldiit. Unconditional Kenwood receiver 22 watts per ch. 2 ,utll. 378-4147 ask for tony (D-3M49- "Don't leave for summer break
Guaront*. OZZIE By appointment only. ultranlnear 200 speakers like new P) ; without finding place for fall"
373-3894. (o-<191-I 05-p)_ under warranty ask for dave after FREE rent |tune Summer sublet 1. 2 bdr home -Avail Sept 1st

1972 mobile home excell cond. w- 10 am 392.7628 (a-2t-150-p) option for fall Spacious 2BR 2bath 2. 2 bar home-Avail Aug. 31st

oc,carp living t hitch, Insulot roof to be apt Country Gardens. Nr campus 3. 2 bdr NW- Avail Sept 1st
sold In aug. call after 5:00: or wkends FOR RENTTHIS 'hosp., pool ac dlshwsh call 374- 4bdrSW8.walktoUF
373-8530 (o-9M43-p) IS IT I 2598 (b-3M49p) 5. 2 bdr On lake w 4j

2'x6O' (2 large bedrooms kitchen Last chance to move Into your own HURRY! Sublet own room In '. 3 bdr NW Avail Aug.
In beautiful 4-br partially furn. apt. V block from 7. Over 50 opts for, fall
bath + living rm.) fully furn. air room a really
cond. reasonably priced very good house In N.W. section Mellow campus. saD ac low utilities. Call 8. Also we have roommates for fall
location phone 373-2570 after 5pm. roommates. Over an acre of shaded debt between 5:00: and 7:00: 3734458b2M49 United Real Estate Inc. Brokers
113 NE 16th Ave. 377-4992
(a4t-144-p)_ land lotsa trees outside..with ( -p)

raleigh 10 speed bike, sprite 27. photo darkroom & studio, real wood male roommate wanted french qrt (b-fr-150-p) Roomate needed for
Inside. FURNISHED
almost new cond. $70 or best offer. and brick lust apts townhouse own room In mid summer qtr. at country gardens
$90 -month + '/4 utll. Call us at 377-
|July $75 utilities for summer Aug.
call Steve 373 5979 ((1.4t-148-p) behind VA hosp June rent free 51.75 ,
NOWI It's much than
5232 more
free must rentl call 373-9502
Must sell dining room table, 4 lust a place to hang your hat. anytime (b-3M49-p) per mo. + V uti!. call Gilbert 377-
') chairs and 2 bar stools $40 alsoaurora (b-tt-150-p) 8736 (b-2t-150-p) ,
$100 for rent total for
afx electric set best summer own
race 2 bdr. town house apt fully fur
2 bedroom apt to rent for summer room In 2 bedroom apt. prefer ;'
offer over $25 call tort 373-7359 (a- fished w carpet ac extra nice
4t-148-p) option to lease In fall, pets allowed liberal clean female walk to $190.00 lease thru .summer w- fall 3s30
4 block behind hall call 373- nice for fall
norman campus possible option 7:33
option See at 1002 NW 3Wh Ave (b- ,
for sale 1973 summerhlll trailer 3br
6014 after 3pm. (b-3t.148-p) 377-8929 (b-3t-U9-p)
2bath air$800 plus payments or best 2t.15O-p) 1:50
offer archer rd 305-461.8980 (a'4t148p Sublease for Summer!I La Mancha ROOMMATE WANTED 2bdrm Female roomate needed to,share ,
)_ apts. Color t.v.1 I Swimming Pool I 2bath turn a-c, poolside apt. at furn. 3 bdrm apt. at Regency Oaks
Country Gardens $105 for Entire $
Must Close to Campusl Females only. for' summer only. $85 per month
Please call 378-4324 ask for Norm.b3t.149.p Summer + 1-3 utll. 376-0909 (b-3t- :
sell Graduating Stereo Kenwood plus 1-3 utI! Call 377-8248 (D-2M50-
( ) 149-p)
3400 receiver. Dual 1218 turntable, P)
Jensen model 6 speakers all under summer only own room In large a-chouse Desperate! roommate needed for $300.00 all Summerl! 2 Bdrm furn.
warranty, $500 37777274t.147p( ) with law & graduate students summer. own room, furn. unlv.! Village Park In Cln City. Contact '
one block to norman hall 377-1597 gardens trace share apt with 378-3430 (b-lt-150-p) 'I
10 Bike Excellent Cond.
Speed no deposits-prefer female grad. std. grad. student very private, cheap
$55.00 Call Bob 373-9912 evenings (b-3t.149-pt) 372-4579 or 374-5963 (b-3t149p) female' roommate wanted: Own
(a3M49-p) bedroom at Oak Forest Townhouseapt.
meals, maid service In lovely quiet JUNE RENT FREE,AVLB JUNE Vj utilities, rent $110 per WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS
VW bug 1965 $450 surfboard 9 ft residence available for nonsmoking 161 bdr apt ac. 2 blks from campus month. Call Donna at 3789285
noble pintail $30 call 376-0823 (a 5t- grad. student or faculty 303 nw 17 st 372-2744 call between anytime (b-St-1SO-p) ape BEST PICTURE BEST DIRECTOR
147-p)_ member $125 /no. 376-4446 or 372- lam., 111m and 6pm'8pm (b-3M49-
9701 b-3M49-nc P) ROOM In house Share kitchen
Git.ne-tour'd.-franc. 53 frame w- ( )
living room, utI!. $55 $30
mo. dep.
campy welnmann and strongllfe POOLSIDE APT. great deal for sublet-avallablenowl tune rent free Summer and-or FALL. 322 N.W. .d, all it takes Is a little Confidence.
good deal for $195 luxory apt. 5 mIn. from
parts perforect summer female-own room-cincity campus 15th Terr. Beth's room. (b-2t-150-p)
for racing or touring call 392-7908 frederlck gardens-carpeted-alr- gatorwood 373-7579 373-9895 (b-3t- PAUL / ROBERTEWMANREDFORD
Special Summer Rates 2 bdrm,
(5M47-p) 149-p)
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complete call today! 378-8491 (b-
ac unfurn carpet, pool $150 per
Yamaha frj-230, 12 string acoustic 3t.14.p) ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall month + dep. Georgetown Apts.
guitar new cost $250, 1 yr old, -$125 live In a nice place this summer. qtr. 1 bdr. apt. In The Village. $90 + 1324 N.W. 16th Ave. 3781755. Act, ROBERT SHAW
377-4568 (a-5M44-p) $140 per mo. sunken bathtub, Vi utilities per mo. Call 392-7381 for newt! (b-2t-150-p) ,a ,
privacy trees close to Jonathan. (b-3t-149-p) t't A GEORGE ROr HILL PIIM
12x60 2br mh air-heat washer utility grocery summer only duplex 2 bdrm furn. :
shed covered patio almost new w-w store and other services 1523 nw 7th For rent or sale, 17 x 18 trailer air shag carpet close to campus In St. 376-2466 (b-4.,48.p) cond, fully equlpt. $95 a mon call pets 125.00 mo. + $100 deposit avail \ ,

alamar gardens call 378-8922 $3200 AU RENTS SLASHEDI! 377-2171 or 392-3558 near campus (b- June 17 374-9555or 392-8687 (b-2t-150- ., n+.wr .YMn1
3M49-P) DAVID SWARD> GEORGE ROy HILL TONY BILL MICHAEL
(a jt-149) )
(Special Summer Rates) PJ 1
CALCULATOR Hewlett packard 35 PER MO. Must sublet nice 3 Br unfurnished en.t.ULA PHILIPS .
$100 $125
to Immediate occupancy June rent ---'-- '--" -- ----
trig frunctlons, memory used one All units, 2 BR, furnished with air. Luxury house ac carpet fenced yd lease free Regency Oaks Own bedroom 3:30
quarter$135.00 373.28143t'14'( -") foaturet..Available. thur aug 240 mon 100 dep available AC pool sauna tennis Call 373-4318 7.15t ft' Cinema 3

for sale 1974 suzukl ts 100, low for loose through Aug. 31st 4-15 75 call 373-5987 keep trying (b- or 377-0176 (b-2t-150-p) >40 t'
Prairie View Mobile Village. 3M49-p)
mileage and In excellent condition female roommate wanted for
great for street or dirt $400 with .378-4411. 373-3284 Sublet! efficiency apt beginning summer and or fall to share a two
helmet and manual 378-1752 (a3t1149 Available to new tenantonly) now. Furnished carpeted air. 8 bedroom apt. at Country Gardens.

-p) blocks from campus June rent $62.25 month and '* utilities Call
MENS TEN SPEED 27" Schwinn (b-it-116-p) prratd call 373-2624 after 5 pm (b-3t- Pam at 372-0177. (b-2t-150-p) 1-11iR FOArOJl

Continental I book rack lock and look at our rental listings on houses, 149-p Sublet luxurious Gatorwood apt.
chain good shap $65 or best offer. mobile hornet,and opt, before you pay SUBLET FOR SUMMER 2 bdrm No. 1102 summer Immediate occupancy
Call 378702.43t.149'p( ) anyone a fee. Joel Bridget, realtor 404 duplex apt. walk to campus air $40 mo., off rent ac carpeted
SW Alh Ave (b-fr.127-c:) 1t1N <<
) cond private porch furnished, 0417a
Doberman Puppies For Sale 7 reds furnished pool tennis court _
((4 females, 3 males) and 3 blacks sublet 2br townhouse Hawaiian village. utility rm..145 mo. call 377-0995 (b3t149p call Ira at 392-2571 or 373-3883 or r.

.. (females). Females $50, Males $70. unfurnished, 2 bath cool 3721093. (b- ) contact Gatorwood office (D-5H50- "
Call 3727646. (..3t-49-p) lOt-143-p) Female Grad Student to share 2 Pj)

dbl bed 8. springs, water bed, Trailer for rent 2bdrm, I loath and H bdroom country cottage seven JUNE RENT FREE 1 br In house
rocker shag rugs, vac. cleaner, located at Cottlegate. Call 373-4353 miles to campus pets okay 378-0471 near lake newnan fenced yard pets
paintings, desk chair, clothes 373- after 4pm. (b-10t-143-p) $75 month cheap utilities can moveIn ok option to rent In fall female or ,
5383 (a-3t-149-p) June 20 (b-3M49-p) male $80 per mo. V* utll. 376-3537
WHY PAY RENTI! Buy a duplex,
1 2 M F
or or roommates wanted to (b-3t-148 )
and must p
Sacrifice I leaving town
live In one side and rent the other
share furn
4 bdrm
sell pegeout 10 speed bike. Great call Wayne D. Mason & Co. Inc. ac kitchen house Sublet Luxury Gatorwood Apt. 3
condition. $40.00 best offer I 11 I Call 1 blck behind Norman for summer.
or Realtor 6789Summer rates and bedroom furnished reg $260 lust
Don 392,8097 after (U-JH49- $50 + 1-5 utll. 392-8604 after 4 or 392-
5p.m. short term sublets available nowl) 8616 ( ) $199 monthly Available June 15 to f1f
P) ',2,& 3 BR unfurnished all luxuries b-3t"4'-p Sept 5 Lots of extras 3Z8-6304 after 4 'we.
FANTASTIC: DEAL! I TWIN and partial utilities. A few still left Female' roomate, mature neat, (b-4t-148-p)
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING for Fall. MARCAIBO 2500 SW 34th large bdrm In house 2 blks from Efficiency Apt. for summer quarter
JUST $15 excellent condition 373- St. 373-1356 (b-5t-147-p) campus $112 per month + Vt utll, very new V* block to campus
147 (a-3t-14f-p) 1st & last months rent start July 1 central AC, furnished cable tv,
I
Roommate needed to share 3 br
call 3762315. (b-3t-149-p)
For Sale. : Lifted Waterbed Nine home between Royal Park 81 shag carpet 1241 sw 4th ave, apt No. 6fl
Months Old With Liner And Pad Westgate Own room for$75 mo. 8> 1- Sublease for summer, 2 bdrm 2 4 mike 373-444 (b-4t.UI.pt fl
$60. 373-3998 (a-3t-149-p) 3 utility. Rooms furnished. Males bath ac furn, large kltch, lying Ibdrm apt to sublet available |tune ..
SAI LBOAT-Scorplon-f Iberglasshulldacron 378-9937 (b-5M47-p) dining room. bbq, pool walk' to 15. $145 per mo. Frederick Gardens -
campus hospitals comfortable Apts. SW 16th Ave. Call 372-7994
sail no maintence subleasing air cond. two bedr opt dote living rent negot 378-5511 (b-3t-149-
after 4:30: or call apt. mgr. (b-4t- v
required $325 373-9641 after 5 (a-3t-
148.p) to compos 377-8399 (b-10t-142-p) Pj) 148-p)

House to share own room air COUNTRY COMFORT 2 rooms Roommate wanted to sublet large
Sofa and chair set $150. End tables female small apt. furn. air both available In 3 br secluded home on house 2bkls from campus $67 oIt

and coffee table $60. Matching available In June Va block to Tlgert Archer Rd. 5 ml. west of 34 St. $43 front porcn, running water niceneighbors .'
dressers and mirror ((10 drawers) Hall 373-2246 (b-5t.147-p) mo. mucho land 372-274 (b-2t-l49- first come, first serve :t
$SO All In fine condition. 373-5435
2M50-P) (a- Clean Pet ok Newly redecorated 2 P) Neal 373-9575 ((4:00: p.m.) (b-3t-148-

BR 2 bath air big fenced yard Brick female roommates wanted 2 or 3 P) roIt
Bar BQ cabana, patio 10 x 10 bedrooms available In 4 bedroom own rm 2bd turn ne house sumfallopt I
storage workshop $175 mo. 373-5018 town house bldg at the place apts. cent air-heat w-w carpet eto
after 5 (b-3t-l49-p) must be responsible prof-
377-8854 (b-St-147-p) garage
grad $100 mth-b utll call Stu 378-
SUMMER roomates needed.! Rent roomate needed summer own bdrm.in .a
45 + '.II utll. Country Gardens Apt 3 bdrm georgetown apt 1324 NW 0954-373-1020 (b-4M48p) a

Close to campus,two bedroom pool 14 Ave$72 mo. + 1-3 utl$85 dep call for rent n.e. bedroom with private 'AN
etc. Call Eric 378-0511 (b-5t-144-p) 377-8774 after S pm an equal opportunity bath and all or half, a studio. Near ,

Sublet: IBdrm Apt Country Manor' offer (-5t-l47-p) duck pond. starting |July 1.; call beth ,
call' after 4:00: p.m. 378-9574 (b5t144p or michael after 3:30. 374-0224.' (b- oI
) St 146-p)
1 Neat female rmmate, share' 2JKtrmtvy f a
: room for rent 43.50 .behibd'lrmantcall '# aft for .summer quarter artistic, liberal responsible female' .,
i sw 4th4. ave 1 block Vwn! rrH W'jpnmetiftM, > yoomate needed own room 47.50 t--- v- 'I
after 4pm 378-5895 rent'for the beaJfl occup JulIe 15 "0ti" 377.7910qtr.( !tmoth V utll call 373-5540 rachel 715 (, .
summer or longer. (b-5M44-p) 5t.Hy-p) SW e st Apt. A ,10

sublet |lime rent free 2 bedroom 2 2 bdrm apt 1 block from campus WANTED: 1 male rm.-mate for Co-starring LORETTA' SWIT JA '"
Guaranty Ptdtral 1 bath on the pool hawalln village call quiet area ac available I June 16 SUMMER In 2 br. Gatrwd. apt. only :
soon 378-7862 $ 05. month (b-6t-146- 175.00 call attar.':00 373-4740 (b-Jt- $45.00 month + ,* utility air pool
( THI BEST PLACE TO uw. p) 147-p) furn. call larry 378-6848 (b-St-141-p) A


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FOR RENT WANTEDOne
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UBLET for summer The Place female roommate to share

ptl own room( AC 1/ utiL 160 room for summer. Landmark bdr.roomole I 1V* wonted for summer qtr. In 2 DRAMBOUWeeycled. antique, clothing.. all my friends thank you for Horse Boorded-2 dressage rlngs-"nP-|

nale call Marybeth 377-oS60 (b--4J. Apartments tin City area. $55.00 bath townhouse at In the plnnprivate women' children' men' cool (undresses your encouragement. Good luck on large cool _oll..y.,, dose to wildlife
bdr.
month Call $105 mo. +, V, util. call denim, gaberdine, finals' and have
II'D 1 per ( Cynthia 3780685.CSt147p dennls dove gowns a happy summer.. preserve-friendly qult4SOmo. 481
OOMMATE NEEDED own room ( ) .., or 373-7777 (c-5t-141.pl) genuine cotton, recycled jean $5 Love, Bill Day1M50p(| ) 2026 much more (m-20M43-p)

nd free utilities June 11-August 31 Roommates or sublet JUNE Rent Student willing to pay $253 for room ,located at 17 nw' 17th st. across from now to my no 1 dot.fan these eight /I.D. PHOTOS

$215 landmark apt..No. 6 377- FREE If called before June 1st 2 ond meal thru summer quarter. 1 block unlv. sta. post office upstair dramboui months have been super .**l ,what passport, resume, and application*

|fon.4t-148P) bdrm-2 bath Hawaiian VII 240>> from campus, central air, co-op homing ((191-143-p) choo mean by dat? See you In san natural/ ytle portraits. :377-07V7 camerawork

7ra* furnished duplex. ALL month call 373-9856 or see apt 267 (c- Kim ot Clo_372-9328_ (c-19t-133) ) DON'T SMOKE YOUR fran or fenton your sugar. bear (1I'lt.| studio. 1219 W, Unlv.Ave. (jm-20l.
lllties ISO month Call 4T-147-P) Female HEALTH AWAYI 150-p) VI-P)
FREE
per Roommates( ) for Fall to '
5 com by numberN.E. 1 female Share STOP SMOKING NOW. SELF ,HYPNOSIS Grasshopper, some LET ME TYPE YOUR TERM
73-9113 After ,or to share bedroom In 2 bed 2 Master Bdrm In Beautiful evening you'll
9th St. (b-3t.I..PJ" bath apt Country Gardens close to Brandywlne Apt 2 bdrms, 2 baths METHOD.' LOSE. WEIGHT TOO. PRIVA'ItAPI'OINTN'lNT. see we'll rock on endlessly I've had PAPERS REPORTS ,
THEODORE REISS 372-
_CA MANCHA APT 25 pool, color tv, campus call Ann 373-9188 (c'5t.I.o. sao mo. + 1.3 utll,or Rent negot for 7008 after the best times with you during the MANUSCRIPTS ETC. IBM
5pm l-Sf-127-y)
One ( past 5 months. LOVE Doug. (f-lt- CORRECTING SELECTRIC
) In
Own
Burnished, ..c, good parties.,only P Bdrm Lynn 392-939] (cSt -
iro lune FREE, till Aug., Iptlon In female roommate needed for U7-p) Wedding) Invitations from $11.<10 per 150-p) ., TYPEWRITER EX -

p. phone 373-6670 (b-4t-148-p) summer own room In beautiful 1 2 Roommate for summer quarter. 100. Two week*'delivery. Hundred of summer rooms available whole PERIENCED..FAST. ACCURATE.
styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main summer 5 dinners each week plus 377-6613...(m-4t-148 p)
bedroom house. Own In .
email roommate summer, own $75 Call, 373-7753 (c4t room luxury apartment
bike from -148. ) $91.25 + half 3769951. (l-fr-105-c) utilities for $200 ph. ,373'3470 or 373-
3
room In 2 bdrm ac p utilities renewable 5305 BINDING Unique service thesis, books i
(|-2t-1SOp)
campus furn. apt. Vt utilities $65mm Male, roommate wanted for lease.373-AW camelot apts No. 204 COEDS facial .hair removed per personal names, call ENGLISH

avail June 15 please .call. 378- Summer Quarter at Village Park (C-St-1r5-p) manently. Call Edmund Dwyerr Mark Gregg, Kevin Kevin Billy BINDERY for free estimate 373-8456 or

ilT38b5M48p( ) poolside apt. Call 373-9155 after 5:30: Wanted roommate for luxury large electrologist over 20 year experience. (Dad) Guy Jim Bradley thanks 377-6260 (m-251.126-p) "
for making Hume the High of
spot
(c-4t 148 Coll 372-8039 (|(1..fr-101)
1 bedroom furnished apt pm. p) bedroom
Sublease condo. apt. sauna, pool, our year Love Julie and Cindy. (|f. WIRED FOR SIGHT
Ifor $145 starting Aug 1 with option Responsible female to share lux.' gym, tennis $50 + V utilities 373- If you are pregnant and you need help It-150-p) The Eyeglass Super Mort"
Ito rent for fall. Call 378-6869 after one bdrm wlndmeadows apt. $90 + '141 (c.t.1.7-pJ) we care. Call birthright 377-4947 (j-24t- UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS.

5:30: p.m. (b4t-148p) W utll Sept.June Stop by the village .2 roomates needed this summer 4 128-p) CB -*:almost" 5 months and 50++ 300 SW 4th Ave: ': 378-4480

I 3 bedroom,furnished apt July. Aug. No. 207 Beverly (c-4t.148.p) br, 2 bath, 570 + utilities,*! block GUARANTEED All month parking $1500 yrs and to need.go. You're Hope everything I I.c.n makeyou I want .1m-50.53-c( ) r ".J fr!}|

country Village, Inc. Gas.:water.. GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid tor dos from campus Call 371-3077 today, summer, qtr.$40.00 .at Gator Pork or happy because, I love you Your HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE\ ATTAIN GOALS
I AC pool 210 mo. 3739960 or 373Iflgi ,old must have tennant Immediately you! con pork oil day for '.50. Next to
rings jewelry, etc. confidential. Col Sweetie xxxxoooo (t'lt.150-po) BY AIDING ANY !PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
(b 3t-148 p) OZZIE 373-3894 (c-49l-105-p) (C 5t 147-p) Krystol or on 13 5t: (l-Bt-144) ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
m : "Behold a beautiful garden full 'of <(
(sublet for summer, 2 or 3 bdrm, Female Roomate needed for Have your own HUGE room In let u*wash dry and fold your laundry for flowers.each/ has different' ,(LEARN FROM A'PROFESSIONAl SCHOOL

(garage apt., furnished. 2 blocks luxurious apartment In Country Hawaiian Village townhouse apt for .23 Ib if' you mention this ad. Norge charm Its own delicious perfumeand Donald G.Pratt,Director. 373-3059 (m-fr-

I from campus $170 mo, com by. Gardens Summer only short walk summer for only$65 per month. call laundry and Dry Cleaners. 2108 SW 13thSt10t142p (Beautiful color. So It Is with: 143-p) .

10161 S.W. 4th Ave. (b-5t-146-p) to med center Call 377-4137 Jackie 37J-7315, or. come. by .'apt 138,. (| ) humanity. It Is made up of many REVERE CYCLE WORKS will box
anytime. ( 9t 147
I br apt furnished air con. near of Dee (c.St.146.p) __ c -p) SAMMIE OF LONDON -' Hove a hairstyle races..but they all come from the your bike for shipment.$4.00 Free

I campus married couples $125 372- VW BUS 1969 Great Running b Share house: own room, bike to to suit your personality. 377-2643 same God, and are servants to Him storage over,break with repair or

Iu27 alter 5 weekdays all day Condition, $1000 or best offer MUST campus. 'We're into meditation 716 W, University Ave: (|.fr-HO-c) Baha'l Writings (|-1t.150-p) tune up. Also summer storage
weekends (b-6t.146-p) yoga. Tai Chi .& music. Prefer available. 521 W." University Ave.
SELL NOWI; Call 377-9994 ( 5t 146PJ .
c Adv sales person full time for statewide
mellow, open 'person w-same' LOST& FOUND \3785756. (m- M44-pP) ;
tor. furn. $175 no pets available general interests. No tobacco. .$68 motor I sports publication. - -
Lone 15 option for fall bike to wanted 1 conservative roommate, 'mo. +'t/. Utll. 378.6964 (c.5t.U7-p) .Must have experience In both motor Prescription sunglasses (men's) Sick Housepl.nts"Veget.bles? The
campus call 373.6395 (b-SM46-p) for fall. Country Gardens Apts. sports & ad sales. Call H.J. found on far west side. of Lake Plant Doctor makes house calls 376-

One or two bedrooms large house 95.50 a month + Vt utilities. Call WANTED responsible roommate to Reidelberger, R.A.C.E:373-7575 (II'| Alice. Call 376-4446 or drop by 5192 Listen to Tips from Plant

belt area of galnesvllle near duck. Tom 373.0242 (C.4t-148.p) share 3 bdrm modern house with 3t148O) Alligator Office ( .,.-,...p) Doctor ,WAKA.10:1: $ am: (m-St-148-
75 ) '
couple per mo 1-3 utilities 377- p y
10 min. bike to school $33 Roommate for Just Arrived bug proof tents White i
pond summer own room 9587 call after FOUND friendly mutt puppy with
6 (c.5t.I.7-P)
month &. 1.3 utilities air cond 37419M $56 + /4 utll at the Village; serious pm 'Stag speedo bathing suits, safari flea collar, Murphree Area Wed. Scuba classes: starting June 9 & 10.

(b-5t.I46-p) student perferred. Call 373.9274 (c- shorts, ,floating air matrasses, night. Please call me If he's yours. All scuba equipment'. provided -
HELP WANTEDAdv. sales, service, trips, rentals, air
...1..p) ponchos, & bookpacks., Allen's 3739906. (I/.t-t.7-ncJ) ,
Male roommate wanted to share a Aquatic & Trail Center 3448 W. Tom Allen (co-host Wild Kingdomon
.
roomy one bedroom apartment for roomate needed female own room sales person full time for state Un Iv. Ave. 373-9233 (Ufr-14Bc$ ) Watch found near plaza of the TV) Allen's Aquatic & Trail

summer quarter at Hawalln VillageIt In house $50 mo. 1-3 utilities very wide motor sports publication.Must amerlcas. Leather strap. Call( 392i Center, 3448 W Unlv.. Ave. 373.9233m
reasonable rates call 373-89i5r close to campus no deposit call 373- have'experience In both motor'' coney grove bluegrass festival + 2194 to Identify. (I2tl50p) ( .fr-148.c)
apt 325 (b5M46p) 2017 or 373.5741 furnished ask for sports & ad sales. Call H.J. craftsmans fair-fun( 1315'advance
ticket $10. write bx Lost: box with slides Friday 5-30 at Typing I BM Correcting Selectric II
3dy
Lynne (c-2t ISO p) Reidelberger, R.A.C.E., 3737575e3t coney grove .
( .148-c) 891 cordele ga 31015 (1I-7t.I45-p| ) University ave call. 3780330. call call Mary. 372-1728. after.. (m 4t-
WANTED grad student or working person to Bas (/I2t-149p) 1..p-) -'.
share 3 bd house In nw with 2 F. 64 Clean apts month of June. Contact to fc a pecan pie I04wc 20in.: + rpg
Male roommate needed for ;
'nice + 1-3 utll. No AC. bike to campus Hawaiian Village office 3461 S.W hup234 bh a peach 156mc blub SUMMER STORAGE.,"store your
large house, own room & bath, 75 2nd Ave. ( SERVICES goods I and pick. up before fall
)
avail for summer or more 373'5011 e-5t.1.7-p 'meow &'rest & everyone-my love
mo. )V y utilities, prefer responsible quarter. Price based on a percent of
eves. (c-2t 150-p) understanding helped utrecht
senior or grad student 373-5018 telephone solicitors evenings fla your Keypunching in my horn. Fait accurate..
the people Involved. Tom
Ifter 5 (C.3t.149-p) 1 or 2 female roommates for sum. times union 711 N.W. 1st or 372.<<51 next luv No. 72t| 149-p) One day service In most case..Call 472- '(m.2t..9.p) 377-7727. i

$35 mth. + Need 1 2 female photo equip.*
or roomates to Applications Accepted Now
iltare master bdrm with'own call Rebby at 373-5420. (C-2t-150p) Mother's Helper Summer prolectors, carasels, tap recor, TYPING, EDITING Theses, Dissertations MOSCOW SUMMER '75 CENTER

bathroom In a 3 bdrm apt. for fall at Need 1 or 2 people to share large Quarter. Noon to 4 preferred, 4,5 den, speakers, oversize trunks 50 Term Paper, experienced typist FOR FOREIGN STUDY'S 4-week '

Granada call pat 378-7178 or Peggy spacious house with studio room, days a wk. Must like kids. percent off 376-8261 (I.3t'I.9-p[ ) ma in'englith. Ibm telectric phone Russian Language Seminar .

yK55c3t149p( ) ac,2 bth 3 bed rm. 2 car gar fenced Housekeeping" supervision 8, 10 trunks packing up for summer? 379-054 1 1 (m-aOt-107-p! = ) T' Moscow, USSR July 5 August 1

SUMMER yard pets welcome for summer an year olds. Own car $2.25 per hour. oversize trunks 32x16x16 $19.003768361 $1690 Program Fee INCLUDES all
SUBLET: JUNE RENT Let ut wash dry and fold your laundry for
76 REED 3789541 ( ) s
yr C-2t-150p 378-6279 after 7 pm (e-2t-150-p)
FREE move In ..10 2 bdrm apt. w- 23 Ib If you mention this ad. Norge costs for RD-trlp Jet (NY-

K, dw, shag rug, large walled In Female roommate wanted summer help wanted female bookkeeper WANTED-BAND for wedding Laundry and Dry Cleoner12108.SW 13th MOSCOW) Pan Am, all con-

patio, pool call 372-9803 after 7. (c- qtr. to occupy 1 rm In 2 bedrm apt 1 secretary, Must be neat, attractive reception to play today's tunes as S>. (m-lf>.U2-p) nections. First, Class Intourlst
1.149-p) blk from Tigert. $80 mon + Vt mature and unem- well as older dance music. Call 378- Hotels, Room and Full Board.

tamale utilities. 377-8766; Jacqul or /llene comered. If you don't mind 3755 after 4pm.. (|-3t-149-p) EXPERIENCED TYPIST; Fact, dependable; Russian Language Seminar
to share large bedroom In (C-5M50-P) pleasure with business and are rate negotiable Call Phyllis for term Sightseeing Leningrad all Included.

furnished apt for summer qtr. Vi 2 3 female roommates needed for liberal and discrete this could be a Fantastic Opportunity. Save $20.00on paper; resume, etc. 372-47Q7 (m-sr- Call( 313-462'5575. Or. Glen R. Gale.
bib from tlgert $65 mo. +- 1.3 utll. or Peugeot U08 .until June 16.: 136-P) 1 .
very rewarding position. Submit __ __ Executive Director, Center for
Nor
behind "
fall In Starlight apts. *
H41 SW 4th Ave No. 373-4444 (c-3t- REVERE CYCLE WORKS. 521 ,W.;
resume, pictures, and letter stating PREPARATION Foreign Study 216 S.' State Street
141, ) man. $SO If share room $100 for' LSAT COURSE nee.U.F.20
p/ University Ave. (CJ-6t-146.c'-| -
own. Call Janet. at 372-5028 (c-2t- personal pleasures to: President, hour, $70 Half of our student scored Ann Arbor, MI 4107.
Summer rent apt 2 Ig bedr a.e pets 150-p) P.O. Box 404 Lecanto, Fla. 31641 USED BICYCLES WANTED. Over 600. Course repeatable free..70 pl.

USD 2 blks to campus panelled also roommate wanted for ( ) leaving town?, I will pay cash for improvement by the second try or Y9U"mon.y t
lied F roomate for fall med size Female ? June l.fr.15OplAUTOS your bike give it a face lift And new bock Attend first clan free no
nfrlg' for sale good coRd 373-0963 summer at Country Gardens home call 312.04564t148p| ) obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466.. (mBT-
(Ic.:It! '149. ) i rent free can move In June 12 no ,
p ,65 VW runs good, body In good 99-P)
deposit 63 per month + Vt utl. 372- SHIRLEY and'CLEO, thanks for ________ r
Wanted: Female roomate.. One.. for. condition, needs new battery. Good
) GROW GILLS Scuba Coo
0177 (c-lt-150 | the trick on Saturday Night. You're Hart summer
own dependable transportation with
room
or two to share. Summer .
wd-or fall. Choice need help paying your rent? I need great gas mileage call after 5:30: the best girls a Pimp ever had Love. quarter. oil equipment provided

at Brandywlne call apt 377-0898 on the(c3tHjp pool- a place to pay rent and receive" $300. 373-9245 (g-3t.149-p) rf. ,BIG BOY ROY (|-lt.150-p) cluding mask, 'fins, snorkel.l,wetsuit,tank,
,
regulator oil BC international/
t air,
) mall, but not live, fall qtr female.. .
) i? 72 porsche 914 4 br racing green one Barbie, You're" Ellzabethlan '
Call 373-0385 and make a deal: my Certification by PA.D.I. textbook. Our'
let's
female roommate needed for ) owner excellent condition $4200 call Bebe. I love you enough to wait a new price $45 advanced registration

summer quarter$47 per month 8. !- (C-2M50-P after 4 377.7331 mike (g-3M49) lifetime but It's only 3 months. before the end of spring quarter$3S call

1 utilities landmark apts. No. 45 or roomate wanted male or female 74 FIAT 124 spyder 1800, 5speedv.mags Puppy and I will/ be waiting Im- Scuba Dynamic Exotic Sports for,further..

call Jennifer *t 378-5624 anytime own bedroom In 3 bedroom house 75 luggage, rack. Ask for,,patiently. You the one baby I Dig info 377-eOM (m-12t.140-p)....-*' *\W
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(C3t149p) -v + 1-3 utility call after 5 vlncent or I> Emery 377.9937 (g-3t.149-p) on itl! I love you more than, my life... j
Female robert 377-7600 (c-lt-15frp) I \Jimmy Gibby. (|.lt-1SO-p) PREPARATION COURSE: near U.P. 18'
roomates needed, sublet 1972 caprl 2600cc v6 4 on floor air
"- female roomate to sublet 2 bdr apt. hours, $35; course repreatable. free.,
room In
+ Village apts.. pen ok at Hawaiian Village for summer'conditioning plrelll steel radials Donna Happy 21 hope I'm with you Score 1000 by the second try or your

sue tail tutli' summer quarter $61.25 per mo. .+. '.. utilities .Call decor group, low mileage Brown w-, ,for el love you. madly Joel (I-lt-130- money bock.Call ((305)8547466.. ) (J-8T-. t
Laura t 376-3050 (c-3tP white Int. Tom 377-8505 377-7121 ((0'- ) 99-P) ':- -
377-5467 (c.2t.150-p) P
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. 3M49-P) __ ,.. .. I
altted wanted nlkon 2 underwater camera'
: neat girl .
roonv Ford Econolln van very good cond
to
378-1943 willing" pay
call tlm .
all Hi Country Garitens. reasonable (C-2M50-P) 20 mpg converts from camper to 7
373.3975 Toth 1 love yowl price haul oak slab bumpers rebuilt, '
C-3t 149 ) cl summer sublet rent negotiable In engine doesn't burn oil ask $600 No. ALACHUA
at the pines 2 br unf twnhse on pool- u L
| j wanted for summer your .. 3786017 g-3t-148p( ) -
ice no ,rAAmAt_ .* for
'JI of option IV renew wr% n.- -
two
I wry's$44 placet-either near, sam for summer call Bill 378- ,73 C-10:307 Chevy Super Van 30.000 .yieuNT-
t me call barb 373.5011 or 397-1093 (C-3t-150-p) miles Engine well kept. Air shocks, ,
373.1080 J4930T
1I' or near campus pets.i new tires 2000. 2221 NW 55th, COUNTYINFORMATION"
i 1$98 (c-3t INEDROp 1 Quiet schoolteacher wishes to Terrace 3727471. (g-4t-148) '

I't'' mmate ,needed. OWN sublet 1 bdrm furn. apt. or !house -YOURBLWD

$ me. + 1.3 utilities. JIM 11-Aug. 18 at a reduced rate. 1966 Triumph TR-4 body In ex-,'
/ Box 920''cellent condition engine and'
'I 373.205 (c.jt-1490)) Write: Cathy Battle lt. ,
Hibernia Rt Green Cove Springs transmission good too. May need

k irrpapt forlocks Fla. or phone ((904) 284-5205 after work on timing chain asking" 1050. ,
NW .
fe ct. bminded to '
j pus 5:00: (C-5M47-P) call 377-BQ93g( '5M47-P) ,
air.
tt001.r =6.011
+ 1ti149.
g t t. Ilitlet need ga4ldt ca 377-0744, (cP Roommate wanted' for Summer We buy good clean used car. MILLER f. !... COME (
t ) Quarter Only mat grad. student BROWN MOTORS 4222 NW 13 St. (g6t136c AND: r I

mmstes newts to share trailer S6I monthlyplus ) ,.
t wanted -poouidt 377.8109 (c-St- Cm4
house 2br mbmM +\4utn Vt utilities call ;, ,, _
mark 147-p) 1973 GRAND PRIX model J great : Yyr
iN stert tune 14374-5.14 (c- .. condition, minor,bOdv'' %:' '
running
) : o.- s > REFERRAITSERVICE ).!,; ,II;' \f \,
F'
t: Roommate to' subletrCountry work. Price negotiable call Glenda i" (:t ,. : ti.
(a-St-147'nc:) s! =
Il cording to qlty( Cali Bampriced summer.GArden |lone apt..fttr"June'rent FREE.; .i'Jy 376-4446

(c St 1 -e) utll. Call Dave or Herb after $pm. 67 Chevy Mallbu Good condition!

d heeded too rent 377-7748. (c-St-i4-pl AC, heater, tinted windows power ,
$OOm of bebutiful 3bd furnished j steering and brakes. V-8 Engine 1330N.W.1ST.377MK

house WI flrepiaces +' pool, S female roommate wanted wrnmer $550 Call( John 378-8087 (2M50-P) .

ffroom + rent$43.$47 quarter, nice 2br ac, pool summit Flat 1200. Needs 373-8577
1960 U
r rlly. sale
summer rent For : I5.'
W |Lune
Rouse ctr.
med
7971 call Jan near brake work. call 378.8240 or 392-9071
( or leave m e +9e at 392- free. 72 own rm or 60 share + 1-3 ut. between 5-6 pm $350.00 (2t-150-p)
c-t 146 ) 3735600 (C-5M46P) __ :


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Florida Oranges . .5 :o 59e "
THRIFTY MAID
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Punch 8 lna.* $1 1
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Choffiged Ham. .. .. .. .. '; 99 FRESH COFFEE
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Protein,Shampoo.. *. 89 T._I."........ +..*** 67* J9 #
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CottageCheese ..,r, Fresh Artichokes... '-::, 19.

..ti4 rxt nf Simwir FrMl. ;:. .

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Velveeta Spread..... M '1" ''' "
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Cheese........ ':;-45' 1Longhorn
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StOV ee Maxi Pads............ ':? 72 Sh.III: Beailf 33'
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of a kind Gordon .. ?s

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affair with distance running tinued. "It's not really .a big year I didn't lose a race, I won ,,,:,
Editor
Assistant Sports began in an Atlanta high hill but you have been going the Atlanta City mile in 4:30.: yam
school when he discoveredthat downhill for 13 miles and That's still my best time."
Step right up ladies and football might be then leveling out for, six.You're Georgia Tech offered
gentlemen. Here before your hazardous to his health. still six miles from the Gordon a full paid K
very eyes, witness a genuine "I've always been athletic finish line but from Heartbreak scholarship but Gordon felt
freak of nature.-He's one of a but 1 was too skinny to play it's all downhill." the school would restrict his
kind-presenting Larry football," explained Gordon, Gordon hasn't received his academic growth."It .
,Gordon,the Boston marathon who weighs only about 155 certificate so his exact would have been nice to

runner. pounds. finishing place is not known go to school for free but, knew
To some, Gordon is as "I WOULD IIAVE gotten' but he said that's almost I'd be limited professionally
unique and unusual as the killed so I decided to run." insignificant. because it is basically an
bearded lady. .in a circus "I don't know if I would "ANYBODY WHO engineering school," said
sideshow. He delights in have finished any other FINISHES Boston is a Gordon.So .
pushing the human body to marathon," said Gordon. winner. You can be 10 Gordon brough his 4:30:
its physical limits. Wh ile the "There is just something minutes or two hours behind mile to UF and of course tried
everyday jogger may cry out in about Boston. It's got to be the winner but the people are out for the Gator track team. b.A .
pain after 10 miles, Gordon is the most wholessome event. still there cheering you on. It's "I WAS ONLY given one t '
just getting warmed up. There is no betting and amazing. week to get my times down <
FOR ENJOYMENT, he 800,000 people come out to ,tll 1 never really thought of and I knew there was noway I
runs 26 miles. watch. quitting. I saw one guy faint could'qualify for the team in a
"The only person in a "The greatest thing was but there is about a 90 per week" Gordon continued.
marathon you are running that there was no organized cent finish rate. One guy didit was unfair but I didn't ,say
against is yourself," said drink brigade. People along in a wheelchair. He'd fly by anything. I guess coaches are
Gordon, a first year law the road want you to touch me downhill but I'd catch up awesome when you're a fresh.
student. "That's the beauty of them. There is no way you can to him on the hills." man"
it. Just being able to run by stop because the people want Gordon could ramble on The episode with the varsity
yourself." you to finish." for hours about the marathonand wasn't totally discouraging.
"Frank Shorter (Olympic SIX MILES BEFORE the running in general. Gordon continued to train on UP STUDENT AND RUNNER LARRY GORDON I
marathon champion) once finish to the 26 mile 385 yard Lately he hasn't had the 'his own, 'designing loops .beauty Is running by yourself
wrote an article and said the exercise in agony stands the opportunity to run as much_ as which originated from the
marathon is romantic. I don't infamous Heartbreak Hill. he would like because of law TEP fraternity house where really get a lot of satisfaction to put into words.
I know what it is but it's Gordon will never forget it. school. Gordon lived two years. ago. when you run out of gas and "Boston is a culmination of
i beautiful." "The hill is psychologically 11N MY JUNIORyearlrana Gordon dominated the just continue on guts. Peoplesay distance running. If anybodycan I
i Gordon's fanatical love devastating." Gordon con 4:50: mile and in my senior annual fraternity track meets, you are a masochist but they should run in thatINTRAMURALS
finishing first in the 880 his when you finish it. .it's hard race."

Cosmos Pele junior and senior year and
N.Y. sign winning the mile in his senior I

million year.ON APRIL 21ST, 1975, The results have been In Men's Dormitory softball *
11 to $7 contract
Gordon fulfilled a life long compiled and the League Yeaton I of Hume and
I dream and participated for champions for Sorority In- Broward NW 3 of Northeast
t By Alligator Services The actual signing, considered a formality, the first time in ,the world's tramurals have been campus took their area
i is expected within days, after which Pele will most famous race, the Boston determined. In Orange championships.Phi .
: Pele, one of the two most famous athletes fly to New York. He could join the team as Marathon. League, Kappa Alpha Theta Delta Theta beat the
I and considered the best ever to play soccer, early as next Tuesday for a game against Those pleasant, early ,won the Presidents Cup for Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity in
will come out of retirement to play in the U.S. Philadelphia. But Clive Toye vice presidentand morning jaunts to Waldo and the fourth straight year. the Orange League Softball
Pele, whose world-wide fame is equalled general manager of the Cosmos, was back are no more. But Second place is Alpha Finals.
s only by that of heavyweight boxing champion confident Pele would arrive at least in tim fora Gordon, if he never competes Omicron Pi and third place is
; Muhammed AH, informally announced in June 15 game against the Dallas Tornado. in another race for the rest of Delta Delta Delta. Bowling is free at the All-
\ Brazil Tuesday he had agreed to play for the Pele retired October, 1974, after scoringa his life, will always have the In Blue League, The Campus Special Events .
',' New York Cosmos of the North American remarkable 1220 goals in 1,300 games. He is memory of his first Boston Presidents Cup winner is Tournament. Men's and ....
! Soccer league. The decision was announced the only player ever to have played on three marathon."No Alpha Chi Omega, who will Women's doubles will
i\: simultaneously by the Cosmos. World Cup championship teams-1958, 1962, race could ever replace move into the Orange League compete 9 p.m. June 4.
r PELE'S CONTRACT is a three year and 1970-though he refused to come out of that first Boston race," said next year. Second place is Phi Student Wives June 5. CoRec. .
i agreement with a price tag estimated as high retirement for the 1974 World Cup in Frank- Gordon searching hard for Mu and third place is Sigma 1:30: p.m. June 8. All
" as $7 million dollars. fu.t. the proper adjectives. "You Kappa. bowling is at the JWRU lanes.

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Now that the school year is coming to a close and my long- I:__..._._._ _____________________.... .' I... i
awaited Master's degree is nearly at hand The Alligator '
sports.staff is preparing its annual awards for best athlete, ATTENTION
coach and team at UF

I have nothing against these rather ho-hum awards, but I SUMMER
think the end of the year deserves a little more flair, some sort
recognition for the greats and not-so-greats of 197475. 'J
Having endured the "Oscars" and "Emmys" and "Gram- WORK

mys" and "Tonys," I'd now like to present the, "Averys," The
named after my favorite Olympic official. And the winners in J
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Gainesville are: If
you ore athletically
LEAST ARTICULATE ATHLETEs Glenn Cameron not Corner
inclined 'or people .
only won this award, he was also runner-up. Owner of the
oriented full time
fastest grunt in Gator Country,linebacker Glenn actually told ,
an Alligator sports writer "No Comment" when asked for a summer work is availableif go Drug
reaction to the Sugar Bowl invitation. If Cameron doesn't you are free from ,
make it in pro football, he can always make a living as a 3p.m.-10p.m.1 Opportunityto
\ sphinx. Accepting the "Avery" for Glenn Cameron is Judge gain business ex- -. Store
Crater. perience positions are
TIM MCKEE BAD ATTITUDE AWARDi Mitch Goings, available in Gainesville,
the most gifted natural athlete in UF history, barely beat out Jacksonville, Tampa & 1128 SW 1st Ave.
half the swimming team In this category. Mitch was a modelof Ft. Lauderdale.For .
fairness during the'75 track season,alienating coaches and 378-1588
athletes alike. Although Mitch is no longer a UF student, he

may qualify for a Larry Fogle Scholarship to Canisuis College. interview call /''"
SWEET SWEETBACK BAAAADASS AWARD Preston ;

"Shades" Kendrick, football defensive end,.easily wins the 376-8821
"Avery" for concentrated funkiness above and beyond the Space provided at a pt/Wk/ service
call of duty. Possessor of the most conspicuous maroon beret I by the Independent Floridaugator:

in Hogtown, P. wore dark glasses to basketball games in
It I ))111.1; 1IISII8II! :
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him?
CIIOKE OF THE YEAR (TEAM); First place goes to the .
Gator football team for its effort against Kentucky. Second
place goes to the Gator football team for its effort against t
Georgia. With the defense resembling a second-string sieve in ENDOFTHE QUARTER ,
both games, the gridiron greats managed to dramaticallysnatch -
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BEST COACHING STRATEGY .Jimmy Carnes and Roy
Benson whipped the track team into shape in January,
leading the Gators to a first-ever SEC indoor title.
WORST COACHING STRATEGY Carnes and
Jimmy '
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1973 Olds 98 2-DR HT,
Roy Benson ran the track team into the ground in January,
and the weary runners were susceptible to crippling injuriesby beige vinyl over green, AM tape player, green vinyl over green interior
the time the outdoor season rolled around. A-C, low mileage. AM-FM ,stereo, tilt wheel plus
LOUIS BRANCACCIO SEXISM-IN-SPORTS AWARD: other Cadillac accessories

Nick Pugliese described a female track star as "cute" in a $3695 $2895
'I May 29 article. Accepting the "Avery" for Nick Pugliese is \
r "d Whistlin' Walt Karnicki.
? LEON MCQUAY ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD: 1972 Mercury Marquis Brougham 1972 Olds 98 Luxury 4dr Sedan

Aaron Bryant,star of Miami Jackson High's basketball team, green vinyl over green, A-C, Beige over bamboo with matching
was ineligible to play his senior year, as he'd spent two yearsin tilt wheel, power door locks, interior, loaded. Serviced by
ninth grade. However last fall Judge Rhea Grossman AAA-FM stereof Brasington, local owner.
', Pincus ruled Bryant eligible, and Aaron led Jackson to the
state finals. Now that Aaron has signed with UF, John Lotz& $2695 $2695

Co. will really be sweating for four years, on andoff the

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; AWARD Qeon Jones, the only baseball player to hit AND
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field .340 in arrested in St.
a single season was Petersburgthis and heater, clean.
spring for. among other things, sleeping in a van without! $2695 $$2100'
i any clothes. Qeon, an outfielder with the New York Mets,
gets my final ."Avery" as pro athlete of the year, barely
beating out Duane ThomasWoody Greenand David Jaynes.
Accepting the"Avery" for Cleon Jones is Warren Wells. 1971 Pontiac Crandvllle 4 DR HT 1970 Plymouth Duster 2-dr Hardtop

There you have it,members of the Emilie Francis Fan Club Turquoise with black vinyl Red,. radio and heater, 6 cyl. 3-

, and other masochists, the first (and last) annual "Avery" loaded with accessories, extra clean .speed transmission, good tran "
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iLv ARYAN, SPORTS LADY: Heavyweight boxing
is not in your set champ Muhammad All Is I in the news again

today. All says his Muslim name is misleading
Somehow, you folks get the Impression that all and hard to pronounce and he wants to change it
we writers do is sit back snorting our drafio again. .to Joe ''Wize letskl. All says the name
Coladas and watching the fat, white summerclouds, "Joe" stands for "Joseph", and In an obscure
slowly list to port in the fried air above the Crescent, 'Serbo-Croatian dialect, "Wizeletski" stands for
Beach. Not so. k "Wizeletski.,' All, or Wizeletski rather, is scheduledto
We go to school. We rarely go to class. Occasionally go eight rounds of a fifteen round bout tomorrow
with heavyweight ,slug AI "Foxbat" Moore,
we study. And we pop in for a cameo up
appearance around exam time. there -or is it down there? in Little America.

But that's aboutall we can take. The Departmentof FROM "CUPCHECK"
Broadcasting its murderer's row of stunning SPORTS T.V. PROGRAM, MAY '75

media talenthas to be taken in small doses. One
can not long breathe the ratified air of the gods i+less
without developing a dramamine habit. d
So here's a legacy of what I've learned. Theseare Q1DVVAW
excerpts from my checkered career in T.V.
!FhCoining
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school: class projects,, either our own, or ones
ghost-written and co-ghost-produced for other
people.

And as I look back fondly on my school days in _._ .. -".-- .. ._,.._--- -- -
that man-made cave of broadcasting... and look
forward to a lucrative career as a gaffer, key grip, 1W
best boy, or filling station attendant, those three distractionsSummer
little words bum themselves in on the cathode ray

tube of my mind: BR 326 students can take advantage
Fade to blackTOT of these pilots at reasonable prices. Choose one:
"God Only Knows" your host. Skip Class, invites
studio guests to stump the,Almighty in a game of
Zen Jeopardy. In "Leave It Alone" a situation
d I. comedy, the Heaver tells Walleye he denies the
existence of a benevolent God. (Color, 7 minutes)
"La Culture Tortura"'- is a rock opera based on
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Announcer: A city night. A woman screams. A When we last left my love..I life'; ,(is anyone really
shot is heard., All of these are of no concern to interested in this?) I was following my old
Nat Actually Attorney at Law I girlfriend around town so I could run Into her and
Nat:' Hey, could you guys keep It down out there. ignore her. I am happy to say time and some very
I'm studying for the bar down here. expensive primal scream treatments have Im-

(SLAMS DOOR) proved my mental, health... .! don't play those
*lessee now, Roosevelt Rockefellah, ", decided. A word childish,games anymore. When I meet the ex on
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who ran these United Steaks., ; the street we smile and have a nice, civil discussionlike
(DOOR KNOCK ", OPENING) ';. from our sponsor any two rational adults. '
Constance:, Nat Actually? Then I go home and dress my cat Flossie In four
Nat: Yes? I THE REVEREND: tiny patent leather spike heels and little black net '
Constance: Nat Actually, Attorney at Law?' Hello,,and welcome once again to "Look Outl I stockings and beat her:with a knotted nylon. Is this
Nat: Well, I'm not actually an attorney.. ?
The Bible Speaks at You. I'm the Right Reverend progress
Constance: You're not, Nat? May I call,you, that" Robert "Wrongway" Ridgeway, of the Only True The Post Office wants me to thank all you people
Nat? Church of the Absolutely Correct Way. I'm the host and there's an awful lot of 'you that didn't
Nat: Yes, I'm Nat. .but -, no,' I'm not. Not an of this little program, where, every week we 'Invite reply, to last issue's Name the Tradition contest.
attorney. Not until I finish Law School l; 'I'm just various religious,leaders to trot out their dogmasand Confidential to the guy who did write in: Yes,
practicing. try to paper-train them'on the great social painting the calcified dinosaur turds brownafterthat ,
Constance: Oh, so you're a practicing attorney, Mr. issues of the day. Our guest today. .well, what frathouse on 13th Street paints them white
Actually. can you say about the Man? Famed in fable and again qualifies as'a true tradition. ,Sorry I
Nat: No not actually. Not until I finish Law School.. overlooked it. +
fact, Star of the Bible and Host of our planet, it's
But as soon as I pass the bar that sign outside the God Almighty! *, Also, special thanks to those wonderful (and
door will read: "Nat Actually, Attorney at Law I'"' GOD: hopefully female) folks who continue to enter the

Actually I IConstance You can call me God, Bob.. "Win A Date With Your Page Three Mate." And a
: It says now, Not. That's why I came In: FROM: "LOOK OUTI I THE BIBLE SPEAKS AT ,YOU" very special thanks to good sport Janis Mara, who, ,
Nat: I I've, got to fire that prop. man. He can't pass REUGIOUS, TELEVISION SHOW, APRIL'75 despite her beserko columns is a real sweet. person.
the bar, either. And that's it from Page Three. So,goodbye, it's
FROM "NAT ACTUALLY ATTORNEY AT LAW" been fun, and all I really wanted was one fan
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the story of a boy and his dogs...
state. Summer has I Its advantages; for example, you Besides, you know what the main events and ac-
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the summertime, you can also go out'to eat at 7 necessarily in that order. It gets hot-too hot for,
on Friday night and not have to wait for a table; get rational people to do anything that will make them
into a movie the first night with five minutes to go sweat unnecessarily. This slows down activities like

before showtime; cross ,University Avenue on foot softball, outdoor afternoon concerts, making love or
with some peace of mind. There are only three kindsof even moving at all. Those c* u* vho have jobs spend

places in town,with a crowd-the ice cream store, ,mostof our workday locking fora place to hide wherewe
swimming pools and beer bars. can doze off.
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like to tell anybody else about. A lot of people go on private property, out in somebody else's woods, resident says Gainesville reminds her of "To Kill A
over to Crescent Beach. It's a good beach, but take a and a few highway patrolmen with bullhorns are a Mockingbird" this time of year; there's not much to
tip-there's no need for you to squeeze between two definite occupational hazard. If you're careful and of do, so you amble down the street to see what your
vans over on the main beach with the other bozos. If sound mind and body, some of the best places to friends are doing on a Saturday evening. The thing Is,
you like a little clean sand, cruise a couple of miles swim are limepits huge excavations, abandonedand they're probably at home (nobody's ever home any
north or south. There are beaches where bathers go filled with good cold green water. The two most other time of the year) drinking beer on the porch.
naked (at their own risk, of course- sometimes men popular ones-east and west of town are closed now Some people will try to ,tell you the university I is
from the Department of Natural Resources pop up in according to several people. who report being only a small part of Gainesville'and nothing is really
jeeps and tell,you to put your clothes on). There are arrested by the highway patrol. But there are some any different in the summer. It's'true, if you have to
places where you can go on a Sunday morning with nice state parks close by, too, and the town emptiesout sit in an insurance office or a department store all
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hammerheads. Shovel-noses. Probably some big his line. Once that streamer started opening and closing .the jaw while the i"I(thing's happening and it just isn't sensible to go

Lemons. Tiger or two and maybe just maybe a moving.. .he hod one. squirmed in the sand. The teeth lay in rows ng around in. the'water when you know what's' .
Great White. A Great White could go 30 feet, easy, Down the beach a way, the Crazy Puerto Rican was and were notched like a sawblade. here S P,

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Last summer Hunseck saw two Great Whites right made a slice with his knife the shark let loose with his "That's what makes the jaws work like a ," said Hunseck. There was still no action on

here at Rock Beach. The shrimpers out of St. tail and sent a spray of sand and slime sailing into the Chinese handcuffs.., If something goes in a ,line and he was waiting. lust waiting. "Some'

Augustine had spatted them first and gotten word to crowd that hod gathered to watch. A girt fl in a black mouth then it isn't'' coming out unless the shark don't' like us 'cause they say we bring the $' ., 5, 5' 4; .

Hunseck and the other Shark Hunters to get the hell bikini hopped onto the shark's' tail, but she was soon it out." ks in, but the sharks are out there already, we just : '", 14 >

out of the water with their kayaks. A Great White tossed off. Two small boys grabbed hold of the tail "How' come ,you keep the jaws?" asked care of the hungry ones.'" He paused to take the

would attack anything that moved-a boat a man and each time the shark (jerked they whipped around, The Crazy Puerto Rican stood up opened out of his line. '1 a k

anything. A fellow down in Australia caught one a laughing"and rolling in the sand. and dropped them over his head like a '"Jhen; you've got the ecology nuts. This sort of a ar 9"r A ao

couple of years ago and when they sliced it open they The bonito's tail was still sticking out of the shark's' Then he gave the man a big grin. blows their minds. Why, one time this group of A,.

found most of an outboard motor a pair of rubber mouth and a gigantic steel hook protruded from the "'"Hell this jaw is my trophy," he said and from in at St.. Augustine came out here and put j

boots and what appeared to be someone's rib cage. side of the shark's head just above the [aw. And man back up the beach to his pole. In a few ies on all the dead sharks. Can believe it?"
So,the Shark Hunters beached the kayaks. ,which theyuse and his wife, who had been looking for shells in the returned with a couple of others from the H Hunseck was all Friday night fishing.you He caught shark's heart, dripping and bloody, and he'll! EAT IT slowly. .slowly, just a I little tug. and then it '

to carry out the lines, and scanned the water for rocks when the shark was landed, walked up and Thibedeau and Mike Anderson and !!shark. up afternoon he was ready for RAW right there on the beach I stopped."If .
the Great Whites. They finally appeared, about 100 stared By Saturday down fast he it does that again I'm setting the hook/" said
open-mouthed at the scene. dragged the Black Tip up to the dunes where ething else, something big. You have to un-. "Tastes kinda green, but it goes ,
yards offshore, like two shining white mountains "Were you really trying to catch that shark?'" the trench hod been dug. The Shark Hunters bury Hunseck Is shark He wears said. ,Hunseck. He placed his hand on his reel a Penn
Wayne crazy.
,rising out of the ocean. They only came up once, so man asked. dead sharks.. If it looks like one of the fish silver si shark that he molded himself and a shark '"Whewwwiel That Wayne, he's crazy," said a sun- 140, bigger round than a cantelope and with at least
Hunseck didnl' get a very good look,but the shrimpers "You bet,"said the Crazy Puerto Rican as he sawedat then they can sell it to Marineland for $$5 a foot. necklace ring down his chest. He's' got a blackened man from Gainesville. "I been knowinghim two miles of 80 pound Garcia line wound onto k The'

said the biggest one was well over 30 feet. the lost piece of gristle that held the sharks.s (jaw in lng stick| droops made of on shark's backbone and for a long time and I can tell you that the only ,bait was about 600 yards offshore one of the "
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would attack anything that moved-a boat, a man =- and each time the shark jerked they whipped. around, The Crazy Puerto Rican stood up, opened out of his line. .

anything. A fellow down in Australia caught one a laughing and rolling in ,the sand. and, dropped them over'his head like a "Then you've' got the ecology nuts. This sort of

( couple of years ago and when they sliced it open they The bonita's tail was still sticking out of the shark's Then he gave the man a big grin. blows their minds. Why, one time this group of -

found most of an outboard motor, a pair of rubber mouth and a gigantic steel hook protruded from the '"Hell, this'jaw IS'my' trophy,/' he said from in at St. Augustine came out here and put

boots and what appeared to be someone's rib cage. side of the shark's head just above the jaw. And man back up the beach to his pole. In a few on all the dead sharks. Can you believe it?" EAT' IT slowly. .slowly, just a I little tug. .and then It
.. So, the Shark Hunters beached the kayaks, which they and his wife;, who had been looking for shells in the returned with a couple of others from H Hynseck was up all II Friday night fishing. He caught shark's heart, dripping and bloody, and he'll .,

use to carry out the lines, and scanned d the water for rocks when the shark was landed, walked up and Thibedeau and Mike Anderson, and shark. By Saturday'afternoon he was ready for RAW right there on the beach I stopped."If it does that again I'm setting the hook," said
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'I df the Great Whites. They finally appeared about 100 stared at the dragged the Black kinds but it. goes down fast,
, open-mouthed scene. Tip up to the dunes d elhing else, something big. You have to un- 'Tastes green Hunseck. He placed his hand on his reel a Penn
!r y yards offshore,., like two shining white mountains "Were you really trying to catch that shark?" the trench had been dug. The Shark Hunters' Wayne Hunseck is shark crazy. He wears said. sold, f f"Whewwwiel r ,140;,.bigger round than a :antelope and with at least
,rising out of the ocean.!" They only came up once, so man asked dead sharks. If it looks like one of the silver shark ring that he molded himself and a shark That Wayne, he's crazy, a sun- miles'of 80 pound Garcia line wound onto k The
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very shrimpers Crazy as can it to Marineland for $$5 a necklace droops down on his chest. He's got a man bait about 600 yards offshore one of the
sold the biggest one was well over 30 feet. at.the last piece of gristle that held the shark's'' jaw in stick made of out a shark's backbone and for a long time and I can tell" you' that the only kayaks was had taken It out long ago and if the s shark
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!;, Imagine? Just like the Crazy Puerto Rican had said: The' man eyed the Crazy Puerto Ric'an's' maroon cap tially covered with sand and raising a stink and hanging up on the walls of his living and took a long swig from his' Budweiser. weekend,, Hunseck moved the rod out of its holder in the sand, ,

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The strangest thing I had Yesterday I was admitted to University Hospital as a
.. cancer' patient. This is the first time I can write about It.

"" .. '.,. ,Now every morning I can expect a group of medical
to do was students to come by with Dr..M who has been brought
arrange '. !, ,,". i .. ;; Info the case for' consultation.
: ;:; ,:; ;:_;/1 o I have a virulent case of cancer. You don't survive

cancer.:' Already I've lost weight and I tire easily.,Every
his funeral. : couple days the dosage of 'narcotics is increased forth'e
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pain. The pain, it is terrible especially at night. It
feels: as if something is trying to burst out of my

'for the prgans.
sake of ceremony. "" ,I was visited by my closest friend F. He is a loyal
friend and I should have need of that now. How is a
man to keep his dignity when everything Is done for
story by jim mcgee Marilyn the trouble of arranging the funeral that I him and he must have,the permission of a 22yearoldnurse .
noticed a vacant look In his eyes. I assured him I before he can move his bowels?
artwork by aida fryEditor' would take care of everything. I stood up. His eyes February 22
were already closed. As I walked out of the room I
/ note: The visit of death, whether expected or heard a sigh that was like the rush of a sparrow Why should this happen to me? Why? With all the i
by surprise, can reveal the nature of a city, its people leaving its nest for the winter. advances and all the sparkling new medical schools
and its institutions. For purposes of illustration the I've been told terminal patients suffer a series of why didn't the first doctor I consulted insist on a more
people and circumstances surrounding this death are emotional) changes as they approach the end. I don't thorough examination? He should: have been able to
fictional. But the experience of terminal cancer is know. What I do know is that things are rarely what see the cancer had infected my whole intestinal tract.It .
very, real ,and all too frequent.I they-seem, especially, with men of great courage.It's has spread so fast. I can't t believe it ,could, not have '
hard to understand how it feels to die slowly, but been caught sooner. I have been betrayed, and there'f;
I was his best friend. His two children called me we'' can get a glimpse. Two weeks after he died, is nothing to do. They want to operate and I have
"uncle," and I used to bring them small presents just Marilyn called and said she had found a notebook of agreed, but I will not be one of those who is kept alive'
as a real blood relative would. He was the most his in which he kept a daily journal of his battle with by machinesl No, that will not happen., Damn them

courageous man I've ever known although you cancer. Attached was a note directing it be given to '
wouldn't think of heroism to see him being droppedoff me. February 26

at work by his wife Marilyn. He had a lean, I asked Dr. M today if the cancer is terminal. He was
handsome body' topped with silver hair and twinkling January 18 evasive. Marilyn continues to come and sit with me,
green eyes.: I am starting this journal because I have been told which is more depressing than the cancer that is
As a UP professor he was known as a friendly, quietsort today by a physician that I have a cancerous growth in slowly eating me away All the time she sits and
and no one would ever guess that behind his my lower intestine. He is not able to say how far the jabbers distractedly.. The pain is horrible. It never stops
self-deprecating manner was a serious scientist. In his growth has gone., For at least six months I've had throbbing. I'm going to die and these fools just wantto
lab he was like a finely tuned machine, and many intermittent pain in my lower abdominal regfon. I keep my hope up.These god-almightydoctorsdon't
times he told me he was after the truth in his work andto have lost weight. I have, from time to time, experienced want to admit, they're human and can't work miracles.
get at the truth one had to be toughminded. He was rectal bleeding. The doctor asked me why I Don't they realize I'm a man? I can face my fate.
the most alive man I've ever met. ignored these obvious symptoms. I told, him I didn't You can't save anybody's life; you can only prolongit
The strangest thing I had to do was arrange his know.A '
funeral. He was lying'in' University Hospital, his body week ago'I had a dream which prompted me to' '. '
rotten with cancer, when he asked me to do it. He seek medical attention.: In the dream I I. was' just March 2
wasn't a religious man. He had only one request; he finishing up a day's work in my lab. I walked. out the I have come out of surgery. It was yesterday and
wanted, a Methodist minister present for the sake of double doors, up the hall to the elevator, and pushedthe they have got the, cancer out. The pain has receded
ceremony. Just like that he said it, "for the ,sake of down button. When.the doors slid open, an exact greatly. Just before the operation it was unbearable. I
ceremony." image of myself stepped out of the elevator, smiled, have come out alive and strong! It is a good sign.
I ran,my finger down the list of funeral l directors in and tipped his hat. I awoke in a cold sweat. Whatever What is that line in Hamlet/"There are more things in
the city; Dorsey's, Duncan Brothers, Huggins- comes I will face with dignity and in an orderly this world, Horatio, than are dreamt of ,In''your
Copeland, Johnson-Hayes, Williams-Thomas. I don't manner. philosophy." Yes dammit, there arel These sad-faced
like undertakers. It's true they provide a community servants around here don't realize the contest rages
service; yet I've always been scornful of those pasty- January 25 and we have won a battle.
faced men in black who hover 'sadly in the I doctor's March 6
have decided to seek another opinion. In
:background at funerals and then haul off the body in the past I have heard many unsettling remarks'about I don't think they got t. all the cancer. I became
a lumbering Cadillac; the personnel at Shands Teaching Hospital. It is quitea ,suspicious yesterday when the pain returned.Today it
,I told Marcus Miliam at Williams-Thomas I wantedto large institution and I do not intend to have my case is so bad I can hardly think or write. Anything I is better
see his facilities and set up a funeral service for a lost in the crowd. The pain is increasing, and t,feel a than this.. I tried to .watch, ,as ,they changed my
friend. From the way he acted I knew he thought I'd be heavy pressure in my stomach when I sit down. dressing.,What I saw,can't be all that's left of me. The
their next stiff. Marilyn suggested last t night .1 I Inform my depart stink was horrible; it hit_me like a hammer. I couldn't"stand
Marcus was concerned about what kind of music I ment chairman and the dean of my condition. She is it and I started scream, I am afraid. Accepting,
wanted played during the ceremony:He made a pointof obviously not aware that a localized cancer is just death as inevitable Is one thing, but peering into an
showing me-the' music booth which concealed a that, localized. I have .no intention .of discontinuingmy empty,void as the life drains out of your body.Is quite
small organ and an elaborate reel-to-reel tape player. work at the lab. another '
"We have over 100 solos and background: tapes," '. '- -t"It" ,. ,..
he told me. "It's'a critical matter because sometimes a FebruarysMany : :: ;$1"is : March 9
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certain tune can.upset a family member,and spoil the things have become quite,clear to me. Workat Idld not' want,"'to' 'wake* whole ceremony." the lab has fallen behind simply because',I've not.to' ha eface' another day of pain,and
"Somethingsimple and: subdued will be fine," I said. taken a few afternoons:off for radiation treatments. stench. But instead,;,this')morning' I r felt the sunlightcome
He nodded and opened the chapel door for me. I've carried my colleagues. on "my coattails long in the,window and..heard. F the nurses walking
The basic cost to Williams-Thomas for a funeral enough and I'm tired of itl I must speak with the dean. around't the, 'r .They give me many. drugs now it
(including embalming' limosine costs) is around Also, Marilyn has become a,nuisance. You would' is hard to :think. Why,did J I 'start.' .this' journal? What:
$600. I thought a $250 casket would do. I wrote a think she was the one who was ill. Nevertheless, the arrogance i Id ,think anything orderly rational could
check for the deposit and then filled out an obituary treatments have reduced much of the pain. be made of all this. No one,can understand what! it is

questionnaire for the Gainesville Sun. All it needed February 9 to die, to -come to ,.the. '.last 1 ,moment' : and then go
was a date. I told Marcus I'd be in touch. beyond into nothing. I,was: ready for an end to,my life,
The doctors told Marilyn privately the cancer was Out of curiousity I've picked up several medical yet, I linger as the host organism for the insatiable
first medical journals from the Health Center Library. It seems'my '
terminal weeks after his
just two guest feeding on my body; l' ,
examination. Because he had apparently resolved to small brand of infection has been the source of some My life with, Marilyri'mywork: It' all seems like
fight it vigorously she did:J not want him to know it was treatment breakthroughs. I'm' sure ,Dr. B. is aware of : .
these ,new developments, and with my positive *
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something that happened so long ago.. M/life Is over, Sigma Chi, National Honor Society, Died 1923 at Fort I
ALL THE only this gruesome feast continues. Let It end.Oh God, Dix of pneumonia at age 22."
please take me. The soil, heaped up beside his grave was light
BAR B QUE brown and contained small chunks of white rock.
SPARE RIBS I sat with Marilyn and the in-laws at the funeral. When the hearse arrived I helped lift the casket onto a
About 35 acquaintances attended, including a few movable platform which was positioned over the
YOU. CAN EAT! self-conscious students, several.grim looking faculty opening.At .
PLUS members and their wives,the'dedn of his college,and last the casket was lowered into the grave. A
CORNONTHECOBHOT an administrative person from Tigert Hall. loose clod of earth followed it down and .landed witha
We were lucky with the minister who agreed to do thud on the shiny 'container. As it hit I suddenly
FRESH BREAD the ceremony,It was a brief service with some sincere realized he was gone.
SALAD platitudes. I didn't even notice,the background music. I was the last to leave. As I drove slowly up a side
MUG OF DRAFT BEERMONTHURONLY Very soon it was over,and we were walking out of the road through the northeast corner of the cemetery
chapel doors and into the bright morning. something caught my eye and I stopped the car.
$A25. Traffic was light. I turned left at SE 4th Street and Nearly two acres of land were covered with tight rows
covered the quarter mile to the Evergreen Cemetery.His of small, unmarked gravestones.My first thought was
hole had been dug about 300 yards from the front that it was a mass grave. '
4-10 PM gate and, as I drove up the main road, I.was struck by There were at least 250 six-inch markers,and at the
the markers and the variety of size and condition. A head of the group in the center stood a large marker
TRY OURBUSINESSMEN'S survey of the names carved in the granite read like a upon which was. engraved the words: Sunland
LUNCH Who's Who in Alachua County:,Stringfellow, Waldo, Training Center. These feeble minded wards of the
11:30-4:00: Little, Kirkpatrick, ,Baird, Weston.In state who had been left to the institution in northeast
this silent community equal opportunity was t the Gainesville had token their appropriate place in the
t" Entertainment nightly rule only underground. Above, it was like the rest of grave community. But I could see no names. I had to
..by Dave'Downs the world.Some families lay in palatial estates which look. Surely they were allowed to keep their names.
t were guarded by white picket fences and employed The names were there. It,was only that they were
NEXT TOT small water sprinklers to keep the ground moist, carved on the side facing inward from the ,road. A
L. < .perhaps comfortable. solitary patch of earth marred the orderly pattern of
HOLIDAY INN Not'all'were grouped in family plots-some were green markers and white grass. I looked and saw that
E DOWNTOWNGENERA I unaffiliated. Here and there was a community the grave was only two daY old. The soil was neatly
19 sw 13SI:, eyesore overgrown with weeds, the tombstone lyingon packed down and a plastic green holly wreath lay at
., its side.The majority were modest structures which the base of the gravestone.Attached was a small card
372-3311 stood firm against the elements, distinctive or or- from the family. As I drove out to the entrance it
dinary depending on the engravings. "Here lies a occurred to me that it'must have been a very orderlyand
HcncKMiIAflMES. student-soldier," proclaimed one monument, "ROTC; dignified ceremony.X

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