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A i Independent FRIDAY

I' Florida Alligator JUNE 6, 1975VOL.

67,'NO, 150

I. Pooli..h.d. by. Campus Communications ,Inc.. Gam.svill., Florida! Not officially' associated with'' .the University; ot Florida

Fees and inflation rising together ,, ITuition

By BRIAN JONES medical students fees will jump more
Alligator Staff Writer. drastically during the next three years. That is
because the regents decided to "phase in" the
'* Just like bread and meat the cost of 30 per cent rule for those students rather than
fN:!! : 's:\Si*f.:V3T5
: : university tuition will rise along with the ,hit them with the whole amount in one
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inflation rate beginning next fall. Graduate fees will be about $27 a credit

::;: :: ;;:; ;: WITH PRICES presently inflating by more hour not accounting for'inflation, to satisfythe
_.. :. .. than 10 per cent a year students could be 30 per cent rule. Out-of-state students will
going up paying five or more dollars extra per credit be required to pay all of their estimated
21.2% hour or above by the end of the decade. educational costs within three years,,raising
That's the end result of a new tution fee of their fees to about S52 for junior and senior
.raising most students' fees for next fall by at level courses and $90 for graduateclassroomcredits.

least 10 per cent. .
'The Florida Legislature adjourned at 3 'P-sent out-of-state fees $37 a credit hour
p.m.Thursday without'considering the Board will stay1a-. same for freshman and
7.6% 15.4@U* of Regents tuition resolution which ,means sophomore level cOu ,,.
the plan automatically passed into law. MEDICAL STUDENTS cab .xpect their
THE PLAN DOES MORE than raise fees to leap from $271 a quarter thta ear to

:::;!: \: :; tuition for next year. It ties the fees studentspay $775 a quarter within the next three yu- ,
to 30 cent of their educational cost. once again discounting inflation.
:::t: l:;::::w; :::!: per
That cost rose 35 per cent between 1968 The wide disparities between fees for
and this year but not because universitieswere different course levels reflects the greatly
providing more resources for each different costs of education at the universities'
rf. 'ij student.In three levels.

;; fact the universities have been providing According to University System figures it
steadily less resources per student in recent costs an estimated $37.27 to provide freshmanand
'fJ years as measured by constant dollars with sophomore level courses the price is

)} .. 7' the inflation factor taken out. $52.27 for junior and senior programs.
'1' ;\.
." .......".Jj r' .U ;" .. over the past eight years that has' driven programs are even more expensive, at an
i -r '" .." .. }- t costs up 35 per'cent and promises to drive See page 23)
costs-and now tuition-up even further in
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:' ) ( \. ,!: coming years. last GatorThis
..: \ I.t. IttIP. /, For instance if inflation levels off at about
t "' :- ',' seven cent for the next five yean undergraduate
' .. per will be the last issue of The
cl tuition for 15 credit hours (the
1:3:: : Alligator for spring quarter.
FRESHMAN- JUNIORGRADUATE average course load) would jump from nextfaU's The paper will resume publishing June
$240 to $324 by 1979-80, an $84 difference
SOPHOMORE SENIOR CLASSROOM 24 the second day of summer quarter and
: will be published on Tuesdays and
:. LEVEL COURSES LEVEL COURSES CREDITS "Tuition,will generally follow the" price rise Thursdays.The .

.' ', .. in other consumer goods regents'planner Alligator wishes all our readers a
> Joseph Stafford predicted.FOR
pleasant summer.
graphics by sue spitz and brian |on.. GRADUATE, OUT-OF-STATE and

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By SHARON ..' .
Alligator Staff Writer ,,' ;;I't. .,
: It's that time again.. w wAs ; r
Spring quarter winds down the ritual of cramming for .
exams winds up. <&'-

OVER IN Library East Wednesday night Eugene Palm.' .
', 3EG was cramming music history facts into his head for."thcthardest tM 1 1Q a
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: final I've ever taken. $
Before him in several. different stacks. were. his notes, t
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. "about 60 pages." )' .__ .z_._ ..n
:. Palm said he would have:studied earlier for the exam"*',bu BURIED UNDER BOOKS photo by i john moran .'

I with all the, other work I had_ to 'doe I just couldn't' find ,the&' ; .'-"'.a studious coed working'In Library East I '.
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time. <
ALTHOUGH, his! exam: 'was scheduled ,for the following ","t, ,Nearby, Glenn Hall was finishing up,a case analysis for his 'WHILE THE STUDIERS studied, across, campus at J.
,'. day? ; Palm,had ,nti.plan'for. all-nighter;: Jl(marketing management course.'" He'claImed to,.be '"fully Wayne Reitz Union. Bill Neff 1UC. comfortably sat before a
"I.don't like to feel wasted. Everyone needs eight,hours" 'of'' prepared" for all hIS''exams.*' .a .' : TV watching a "Petrocelli" rerun. He has five exams coming. t
j ,sleep ,in order to function.It' ,V,%MI DON'T EXPECT to cram.I'm a,week ahead iii ,all my up but he did not foresee any problems.' ,
1.... Tucked away In a third floor carrettn Library Wcst;\Steve'.i...:classes.: This.ordinarily lsnot, ,myjjtyle, but I decided at,the "I 1 usually' ,study the night before. an exam and I.never
.r; Tagard.. 2UC appeared to be calmly I looking over his]logic< **beginning of the quarter to sti , '< -,,' In the reference room buried/beneath a mountain of Down in the game room a broadcasting. major who
t' .notes.'
r ., "THETjEST IS next(-Wednesday, he said.""I've' got:8 lot English literature: books, a'-diniinutive doctoral candidate' preferred to remain anonymous agreed."EXAMS "
.of"tests to study for so I thought I'd get.this one out of the way :,was trying to finish her term paper: JUST AREN'T worth worrying over. .Ill' 1 cram
first." ::t.My professor moved.the dU -date'up;: aweek.'she'' said.

Tagard:did. not fear. hH i exam,'but he added with a*iaughri'coreback "'And he really'messed,' d, lot'of ,peopte' up. We all thought it (fee 'Page ,23The / n ,
'' '' .' wavdue during/final-, 'rek ;JKr: T-VWV ". '
i. 'ttetekand: 'putlj: Jirtd )to'eT'hprq panicking.1.1 : < : >

.. 1 atilt: 'ftorVda AI 1t.. ,Uttf':'1975
r.,.1 led.paid't">n' l l 1'pelor, ;

I Legislature adjourns. one-day- earlySenate .

TALLAHASSEE Fla. (UPI) A tumultuous Legislature billion in state money for public schools.
fighting tot the last minute over educational funding and The massive bill held up adjournment for three days, wit
financial disclosure adjourned Thursday, ending the'regular impeachment of O'Malley .in the House and Sent
tom tar session early for the first time in recent Florida history. preparations for the trial this September. stalling think

The 1975 Legislature, unprecedented because of the im before that.Evidence.

peachment of Treasurer Tom O'Malley, a series of other

President government corruption probes and President Dempsey
Dempsey Barron's control of the Senate, ended at 2:56: p.m., 33 hours of spy trial

,Barron ahead of the Friday midnight scheduled adjournment.
"We met all' the needs of the people in this year of sought by Hiss suitNEW
depression without new taxes.and adjourned a day early,"

.'session Barron told a news conference right after Legislature had YORK (UPI) Alger Hiss filed suit Thursday I ft
"met all theneedsof resolved'' llth hour disputes .by strengthening financial access to the, "Pumpkin'' Papers"..which led to his perju
disclosure laws. for public officials and allocating school conviction 25 years ago and served as the springboard forth

operating t national political career of Congressman Richard. Nixol
.bb' the work," he added. '"My complaint is I got railroaded. Hiss.said. "My inten!

last,acts was to approve a bill to is the continuing. search for, evidence That will result in m
requirements for public of 'vindication."

had demanded the bill and In his long struggle to gain a. new trial, the' 70-year-o,
people"t by constitutional amendment if the 'former"boy wonder"of the State Department and.adviser tl

Y Presidents asked,that the Justice Department turn over ft,
on a new Florida Educational rolls of microfilm.The .
for distribution of the $1.018 film had been found hidden inside a hollowcd-oi

pumpkin on the.Westminster,..Md., farm of the late Whit

I Lacy innocent; due to taker Chambers, a confessed Soviet courier.
Chambers testified that the films were of secret governmei'
documents given him by Hiss in acommunist conspiracy tha;

SARASOTAx ._*' found y faSue Lacy, 17, innocent by reason of insanity reportedly pornographic photographs of the girl in an attempt Washington of the 1930s.
111 ay in the shooting death of her stepfather in January. to corroborate her testimony about sexual abuse.

ere was a brief outburst of favorable reaction from the Two 'psychiatrists testified that Miss Lacy could not tell' Russian actress plans
crowded courtroom when the verdict returned by the seven right from wrong when she shot Armstrong.
women and five men after two hours deliberation was read,
and the defendant broke into sobs. Circuit Judge Roy Dean declared Miss Lacy a dependentchild U.S. marriage homeORANGE
The defense had contended the young woman, who was 16 and Circuit Judge Stephen Dakaw is expected to sign an ,

at the time of the shooting, was the victim of sexual abuse at order Friday. placing her under the care of juvenile PARK, Fla. (UPI) Victoria Fyodorova

the hands'of her step-father Emmett Armstrong.Miss authorities.. Russian movie actress-daughter of retired Rear Adm. Jacksol

Lacy, who took the stand in her own defense, had told The courtroom was jammed to overflowing each day of the Tate. will marry an American airplane pilot Saturday an
of being, sexually abused by Armstrong since she was eight week-long trial, mostly by women spectators. apply for U.S. citizenship, the Admiral's son said Thursday
"It's going to happen," retired Capt. Hugh Tate, her hall!

FordNEW brother, told UPI.
I Mayaguez rescue helped He said his sister's fiancee was Pan American Work

Airways first officer Fred Pouy, whom the 29-year-ol
YORK (UPI)-.A survey of 1.428 Americans shows approved of Ford's handling of the seizure of the SS Fyodorova met a few days after her arrival in the U.S. Sh
increased support for President Ford following his handlingof Mayaguez by Cambodians last month, while 18 per cent came here to see her father for the first time.It .
the seizure of the freighter Mayaguez by Cambodia, the opposed it. will be the second marriage for Victoria, who divorce
Harris poll reported Thursday. An even larger majority, 84 per cent, agreed with the her first husband in the Soviet Union, and the first for Pou)
The survey gave Ford a 50-49 per cent rating, a jump of 10. decision send U.S. Marines aboard the captured ship to who Tate said is "about.her age". ,
per cent age points since last month and a 14 per cent rise rescue the Mayaguez crew, although several Marines died in Tate said Victoria, the product of a World War II love
above Ford's lowest rating in January.The the operation. Ten per cent of those questioned said Ford affair between his father and Zoya Fyodorova, would wed in
poll also reported 79 per cent of those questioned should not have ordered Marines aboard the ship.SadbrcStriHgSina New York or Connecticut.




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f Student-regent bill// stranded as session ends 1 I

Bj BRIAN JONES regents was killed in effect, several weeks ago. Among the casualties :
Alligator Staff Writer That bill's sponsor, Bill Nelson, D-Melbourne tried to A bill, passed by the senate, which would have required
amend the proposal onto another education bill as Gordon universities to make public most faculty evaluation files.
Three student regents who were never born died quietly tried to do with. his bill, but the House rejected the amend- A ,measure requiring universities to allow students full
Thursday.The ment.. access to all their academic records.
time of death was 3 p.m., just as Florida House The student regent bill was one of many dealing with higher A proposal to take away students' power to. allocate
Speaker Donald Tucker and I Senate President Dempsey education in the legislature this year activity fees..
Barron ended the 1975 lawmaking session with bangs of their LEGISLATORS PASSED two important university bills A bill that would have required active legislative ap-
gavels. before adjournment. One, passed last week, allows state and proval of future tuition fee hikes,which now become law if the
SEN. JACK GORDON, D-Miami Beach, has pushed his private universities to use each others' facilities and legislature takes no action.
bill to add three students to the Board of Regents successfully:: programs. A rule limiting regents' terms to five years four less
through committee and onto the calendar for full debate Another, passed this week, granted $200,000 to UFs In- than the 'present nine.
before the senate. stitute Food and Agricultural Sciences to study lethal palm A plan to add a non-voting student representative to
y But senators never got interested enough in the bill to put tree yellowing,a devastating tree disease in south Florida. collective bargaining councils of faculty and administrators.
in on their"special order"of bills to consider.In And even more important, the lawmakers turned out a A measure that would have speeded up state loansto
the last days of the session, Florida Student lobby state budget that had good news for the universities despitebad university students.
Director Mark Hammond sought in vain to find an important news for just about everybody else. .

education bill to which the regents proposal could be FOR THE FIRST time since the 1940's, the legialture . . .
amended. It didn't work. passed a spending bill that was smaller than the one passedthe
t "I'M DISAPPOINTED. If we could have got that bill to preceding year.
SG leaders
I the floor, the senate would have passed it for sure" Ham- Thus, almost all agencies got budget cuts, except for the "look
mond said. universities, other education units, and health and welfare
But Gordon said he and the student lobbyist couldn't find programs, which all received modest increases. to '76 legislatureBy
an appropriate "vehicle" to add the regents bill to as an Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville,chairman of the budget
amendment.The writing Ways and Means Committee, was proud of his
bill is only dead for a year, until the legislature meets committee's work and said the lawmakers turns out a
Staff Writer
again. After final adjournment Thursday, Gordon aide Linda "darned good" budget, "especially considering the economywe Alligator
McMullen said her boss would file the bill again next year, for had to work with."
the third time.A MANY MORE EDUCATION bills died than were passed, are saying
SIMILAR BILL in the house to add one student to the ,though, as is the case with most bills introduced each year. session"wait till completed next year"Thursday."It after a. "disappointing" legislative

was more or less a matter of losing ground (than) not
gaining any ground," Student Body Vice President Dan
Lobeck: said after the session was gavelled for recess.
What happens when you flunk out ? LOBECK DESCRIBED the legislative results as "very
disappointing." citing the failure to put a student on the
Board of Regents (BOR)or to have the legislature assume

f Bj FRANK RINELLA For example, if a student has a total of 50 hours and 20 power of reviewing tuition increases authorized by the

ti Alligator Staff Writer grade points,the 20 would be doubled.Then that amount 40, BOR.
t However, Lobeck said it that SG has
was "encouraging
would be subtracted from 50,leaving 10 warning points.
About 75 students flunk of UF taken an active role in lobbying" for UF students.
out each quarter. Rob Denson. student affairs coordinator, explained that
According to L V. Voyles, director: of records and there are two phases before a student is suspended from UF. STUDENT SENATE PRESIDENT Art Aspinwall
registration "an average of 400 students are suspended from "IF A STUDENT HAS 10 points or I less he is put on although describing himself as "somewhat disappointed"in
the legislature's results, also was heartened by the
per quarter. scholarship warning, Denson said. '
OF THESE,ABOUT 150 students are suspended twice and '"Scholarship probation (the second phase) is from 11 lobbying progress. '
have to petition to get back in, Voyles said, and only about points to 19 points," he added: "We just started too. late, Aspinwall said after the
effort failed."I
half of the students that petition are successful.The "If a student has more than 20 warning points they will be lobbying "
suspensions are based on a system of "warning suspended from school for one quarter. After that quarter, if think we made some good stands, Aspinwall said.
"Next year we stand a good chance": of accomplishing::
points. they return,they will be put back on scholarship probation,
To figure out warning points, total grade points are Denson explained. student goals because of the progress made this year, he

doubled and then subtracted from total hours earned. Robert L Burrell. assistant dean of student affairs, ex- said.LOBECK
THE DIFFERENCE OF the total grade points doubled plained that as long as a student stays under the 20 warning SAID ONE accomplishment of this season
and the total hours earned are warning points. points he may continue on in school until graduation. was winning a high calendar position for House Bill (HB)
344 at next year's session, assuring its early consideration.
HB 344 would mandate legislative approval of tuition
.1. FBI nobs juvenile suspect in bank robberyThe increases levied by the BOR.
Lobeck: said he believes there is also a "very real

possibility. of(achieving) a tuition rollback" at next year's
FBI arrested a 16-year-old youth Thursday following a About 20 minutes. after the robbery, FBI agent 'Dan session.
. robbery of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Johnson spotted a cyclist fitting the description of the robber. HOWEVER, LEGISLATORS committed themselves
: Mid-Florida. Before Johnson could reach the suspect he dropped the Thursday to increasing tuition as the cost of education
According to witnesses,the youth, wearing dark glasses anda bicycle and fled to a nearby trailer park where he was later. rises.

straw hat, entered the bank brandishing a short barreled apprehended. According to Lobeck, UFs SG is already "cranking up
revolver and demanded that a teller fill a brown paper bag The youth has been. charged with carrying a concealed I for next year's lobbying" saying, "We'll have the research
with $5.000.The "
weapon. coming out of our ears
youth fled on foot to nearby. woods where he jumped on Police would not release the suspect's name because he is a "We will be prepared," Lobeck said.ANY .
bicycle and peddled away.

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::. The Challenge of a Chancellor "

Mautz guided 'Farm boy' York

turbulent yearsBy fakes top spofBy

DEBBIE IBERT a ra Alligator Staff Writer
'_ Alligator Staff Writer
Eo T, York fell asleep.

K When Robert Mautz decided the hectic life of New York The senators hardly took notice. They continued fussing
City was not for him he opted for a small town called over their big budget books as they had been for five hours.
Gainesville where he could "retire to teaching." For most of those hours York had been standing as he still
Instead he found himself guiding Florida's rapidly growing ci -- was arms crossed over his chest propping his six-foot, one-
State University System (SUS) through some of the most ? inch frame against the stiff-backed committee room chairs.
"turbulent" years in its history. ONLY NOW IllS eyes were'closed..
Now after seven years of facing the grueling responsibilitiesof The senators reached agreement on an amount for a budget
being chancellor he is ready to step down although "I h item and prepared to vote.
don't intend to retire" he said. 1 4ev E.T. York's eyes opened automatically.
"YOU BEGIN TO pick up barnacles," staying too long in :? "TlIA 1"S THE WAY it is with lobbying," the next
a high administrative post Mautz expalined. He announced chancellor of the state universities will tell you. It takes long
i "years ago" that he would leave the chancellor's position days full of long waits to be in the right place at the important

' when he reached his 60th birthday last January. moment.
Twenty-five years ago Mautz went into teaching almost on York former UF interim president, was the Board of
a whim. A subway ride to his job on Wall Street convinced the Regents superlobbyist this 'year, guiding, their legislative

young Yale Law' School graduate.that New York was not for program through turbulent waters.
And, much to the chagrin of student leaders he accomplished
him.After the interruption of World War II where he "flew a all of the regents'major objectives. He kept a
desk" as a military advisor to General Eisenhower Mautz tuition hike for next fall intact and kept proposals to add
and his wife chose Gainesville as their hometown in 1950. students to the regents bottled up.
FOND MEMORIES OF Yale- where he double-dated on BUT YORK TURNS aside talk that he has accomplished

skiing trips with his friend and classmate Gerald Ford led q anything special. He said he "chuckled" at headlines
him into teaching at UF's, College of Law. crediting him with overturning a vote in the Florida Senate
which would have cut administration at the universities by IS

per cent.
"All did was talk to three people" York said. "On any
I lr ut issue all you have to do is convince the key legislators. Then

As chancellor Mautz coped with the sit-ins, riots yg 4 t 9a "i you let them carry the ball for you they can do a better job

and fire-bombings\ of the late Sixties as student unrest N.q ,than you can.." ,
swept university campuses. :' York has been wearing down the Capitol carpets for quite a
while. He has buttonholed legislators since first coming to
UF in 1963 as provost for agriculture.
BUT THE NEXT chancellor's lobbying has not been

restricted to the statehouse.. York was called before a U.S.
Congressional committee a few to defend
His former students include Board of Regents Chairman years ago
agricultural research against charges that it was catering to
Marshall Criser and,many members of the state legislature.Most .
business interests the of
of the former house speakers and senate presidents once ,. expense consumers.
Former UF Prof. Cornwcll. others
George among
sat in his classroom Mautz said.
cited the "York tomato" of agriculture'sleaning
as an, example
He became SUS chancellor in 1968 a time when social
toward business interests.
upheavals and rapid state expansion heaped problems on
The Institute of Food and
higher education. tomato developed at the
CALLING THE appointment of Mautz as chancellor "the Agricultural Sciences under York's leadership was much
firmer than usual which was good for shippers but bad,
best single action the Board of Regents has ever taken.
Regent Jack McGriff of Gainesville praised him for A" 1yy >E 1a some said for taste.

"epitomizing the definition of style- grace under pressure." .

For Mautz.. the "turbulent" years began less than a week .
after he became' chancellor when a riot at Florida

Agricultural and Mechanical University forced him to close Long days full of long wait found E. T. York in the

down the school. right place at the 'important moment ready to
From 1968 to 1971, Mautz coped with sit-ins riots and fire-
d bombings as student unrest' swept university ,campuses: % assume the chancellorship.HOW .
AS STUDENTS VISIBLY expressed their frustrations with

t the Vietnam War and the maddbgly slow progress of racial
integration, Mautz found it "more lad 'more' difficult to

obtain support for universities." t WOULD A lobbyist prepare to defend a hard
With the help of an SUS data base, which Mautz claims is r tomato?
second to none in the nation the chancellor and his staff were s. a York had no trouble. He packed up a crate of IFAS' best

able to appear to ,the legislature with facts that "helped firm tomatoes andlugged them with him to Washington. He,
overcome the unsupported. rhetoric and restore confidence in even brought along knives and salt.
higher education.: When time came for testimony York put his tomatoes
x The first black law student enrolled at UF while Mautz was where the congressmen's mouths were. After a minute of

still vice president for academic affairs. Soon after Florida's, munching the congressional panel decided the firmer tomato
' universities were faced with the integration to provide equal,educational tasted just fine.

opportunity for blacks. WHEN HE TAKES over July 1 as the top administrator of
MAUTZ COMMUTED frequently to Washington D.C., to nine state universities and move than 100,000 students, York
'work out his court-ordered plan for desegregation. The attempt will have less time for lobbying, he said.It .
to bring more minority students into the "mainstreamof is typical of an Alabama farm boy born on the slopes of

higher, education is an achievement Mautz notes with sa, Lookout Mountain that he regrets becoming the state's
, .pride.. highest paid official at $50,000 even higher than the
,In the, past year, a nation-wide recession struck the "6 ka r governor because he had to give up his modest beef herd.
university system and came as a personal "emotional shock"to AND ALTHOUGH THE father of three is already packing
Mautz. Y3G wife kids and dogs for the trip to Tallahassee there is a slight
"It hurt me very much to have to put the universities sadness in York's eyes as he looks over his backyard cornfield
through that trauma,' he confessed. which can't be lugged to his new home. .
"I have mixed reactions about the job" he said shortly
STILL, MAUTZ LOOKS back on his term as chancellor after "
winning the chancellorship last wint r.* regret leaving
regrets"The Gainesville and I'm' sure my children will miss their friends."
development of a "master plan" for charting the
They are the typical ,concerns of an atypical l father. But
course of Florida's nine state universities prevented
Eo T. York will
return to Gainesville he predicts just as
unrestricted, indiscriminate growth in programs and stands predecessor Robert Mautz will this summer. .
out as the chancellor's: major achievement."I've .
In the meantime the new chancellor will probably be doing
been a fortunate'man. Mautz reflected. "It's not
some research his in
on own to see if com will grown as
,often a man gets the opportunity'to. live his. dreams. red Tallahassee fields
as it does in Gainesville soil..
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'Most of our officers are married. ,but I've seen girls
ride by themselves* ,
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GAINESVILLE MALL Wanted : Students to

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By JANET PARK officers. ,
Alligator Staff Writer "I'VE SEEN GIRLS ride by themselves,"'
THEINFASHION A The Alachua County Sheriffs Department Shuler said. "If we are going to escort a girl
thinks two women are better than one at home or to the Infirmary, though, the officer
least as far as its "Ride Along" program is calls in the time and the mileage on the car
concerned. and calls again after they get there."
STORE Although all three local law enforcement Shuler estimates at least one UP studentper
agencies allow students and citizens to. ride week rides with a UPD patrol officer "justto
along with officers in squad cars, only the see what it's like."
sheriffs department prohibits unaccompanied A call to the dispatcher on duty the day
women from participating.THE before will schedule students for a tour with
RIDE ALONG PROGRAM allows UPD for any length of time they want, or as
students to travel with local law enforcement short as an hour or so, Shuler said.
officers and observe a typical night on duty. LIKE THE SHERIFF'S department, UPD
"We require women to bring another girl requires no release because "if something
along because most of our guys are married dangerous happens they'll be dischargedfrom
and it cuts down rumors" Lt. Bernard Carterof the car."
the sheriffs office, said. UPD only tours the UF campus.The .
"We also only lei students from law schoolor Gainesville Police Department (GPD),
criminal justice classes, something like however, does require students or citizens to
that, ride along" Carter said. sign a release absolving the department from
THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT does all responsibility if they are injured.
not require students to sign a release absolving WOMEN MAY RIDE alone with the, two
the department of responsibility in the GPD officers in the squad car and can ride for
case of bodily injury because "if we get a as long or as short a time as they want, according
danger call they'll be dropped off at the to Lt. Paul Dunbar.
nearest street corner," Carter said. Only one day's advance notice is requiredto
Students are requested to call one week in reserve a spot in a squad car for a tour of a
advance of the day they want to ride along segment of Gainesville.
and are required to ride an,entire ,eight-hour Sheriffs department spokesman Carter
shift with the sheriffs department officers. also said students must be "properly dressed"to
rg Even though "most of our officers are be assigned to a patrol car.
married," public information officer Jim He defined properly dressed as nQ halter
Shuler said the University Police Departmentallows tops for women and no cut-off shorts or "flip-
women to ride by themselves with flops" for men.

Natural gas shortage .. .

mav cause utility hikeBy .


JUDY MOORE RUB, the,company has not lived up to the
Alligator Staff Writer terms of the ageeement since then.
Lindsey said the amount of gas Gainesville
receives from the Florida Gas Company
Gainesville's high utility rates may be fluctuates monthly and dictates the con
partially due to the Regional Utilities Board's sumer's fuel adjustment bill.
(RUB) inability to get all the natural gas it Lindsey said the use of gas to generate
wants from its supplier power is much cheaper than the use of oil,
At least that's what the RUB charged at a and which is reflected in the fuel adjustment
pnoto by nek ro..n meeting Wednesday when it allocated $48,000 charge.
to take the Florida Natural Gas Transmission LINDSEY SAID the RUB's contention is'
It Company to court. that the gas company is selling gas to other
THE $45,000 IS Gainesville's share of the companies willing to pay a higher price and is
You'll keep cool this summer in the hottest fashions around from legal costs shared among seven cities which not giving Gainesville its fair share.
Lerner Shops. formed five years ago to try to solve common "During the winter months, when we
GiGi is wearing a lace trim cotton tank top, and self-belted Calcutta problems with getting supplies from the gas received almost no gas, the fuel adjustmentrose
Shorts. company. to about 18 mills. Now we are receiving
For, fashions that are as light, as a' feather. .on your body and your Known as the Seven Cities Group, although about 30 per cent of our power from gas and
budget shop Lerner Shops today. there are eight,'it,also includes Fort Pierce, the fuel adjustment is only 13 mills. We still
See you here! Homestead, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Sebring, aren't receiving the amount of g is we feel we
Starke and Tallahassee.: ,should be," Lindsey said. .
: The Group won a settlement from the gas For the average customer, who consumes
Top $4.88Ky ;
company in 1972 and Gainesville's share of 1,000 kilowatt hours during the month, the
"!' the damages awarded was $115,000. difference in the fuel adjustments would be
Shorts -, ..... HOWEVER, ACCORDING to George $18 during the winter months as compared to
Undsey, assistant to'the general manager of $13 now.Coolin' .

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I'MVERSITY CITY: ; lh.lndp.ndnt florid*ARIgttoi,'Friday,June*. 1971

Gainesville 923. W. 377-4224, Flo.TRAVEI..W' Genovese gives talk despite oathBy I

canoerentals r Alligator Staff Writer
Historian Eugene Genovese -
arrived in Gainesville
I Wednesday, his speaking
.:l contract defaced, but his :
35,000 acres of crystal 4It principles intact.
clear lakes for To circumvent a clause "c;
I SR32S which he called a loyalty oath :r, r ra1 sa
your canoeingpleasure 'Twin Lake Genovese simply penciled
i at through the contract's of--
TWIN LAKE RSH CAMP Rsh Camp fensive passage and signed it.

466-3194 1 mile north of Cross Cr..kAutogkapliUtg THE CLAUSE states that
speakers receiving student
activity and service fee money r
will not be paid if they advocate s a I

CPoAty)( the violent overthrowof 1 _Si a4'.
the government of the
Y r r"tk
United States the govern-
Michael VanHorn-Lowman ment of the state of Florida or
author of disrupt the campus.
Upon receipt of the defaced, ;
THE PHOENIX: contract UF officials for
Babblings a Man Going warded the document to the
Sane Board of Regents in
Tallahassee for
((5.95)) According approval.to State

studentofThomas University System,Chancellor
Hanna & Robert Mautz, he received a photo by )jolvi moron
request from UF President EUGENE GENOVESE I
Sidney Jourard Robert Q. Marston that the .attacks basically racist assumptions""New
formerlya contract be approved.MARSTON .
counselor at Santa Fe REPORTEDthat Directions in the Study family structure and,that the 'from Dr. Paul Gaston of the
and an instructor at the UF Attorney Tom Biggs of Slavery," in which he slaves did not forge, an University. of Virginia, who
had informed the earlier in the
con attacked the "basically racist identifiable culture. participated
university troversial clause was simply a assumptions" flawing most of Only in his opening sentence Southern Colloquium series,
presently at 1971 resolution passed by the the past histories of the ante- did Genovese make any requested opinions on the
Humanistic Psychology] Florida legislature and did bellum South and slavery in mention, of the controversy'' matter from Biggs and also
not have the force of law, particular.The surrounding his speech, from the student-faculty
Institute Mautz said.Mautz saying "It's a great pleasureto Committee on Public Fund:
author and noted
of San Francisco approved the historian of slavery and the be here ... especially since ,tions.
contract and Genovese was I didn't have to sign that The committee
allowed to speak. ante-bellum South pointed to oath. unanimously recommendedthat :
tTowgfct t kOm 7-9 co ee recent revisionist loyalty
THE UNIVERSITY of The controversy began in the clause be struck from
historiography which is .
Rochester professor was May when Genovese returned the contract.
brought to campus by the changing American our perceptions of the contract unsigned saying The clause is inserted at the
Goering5' University College Student slavery. the clause violated his discretion of the organization
Council.: AMONG THE MYTHS freedom of speech.MARSTON sponsoring the speaker and isnot
The topic of Genovese's being destroyed are that ,' AFTER requied by UF
Usivinity ti ........... ,Wednesday night speech: was American slaves had no solid receiving a similar protest regulations. '


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Catholic' center 1''ti Good Luck For A Successful'Year


President Velvette Wanda Bennett,
Alligator Staff Writer ::; Vice President Jean Renee Bouvier! .
Unwanted food left students Away from the city. Two : '
by for is
summer milts south of Waldo off
Elizabeth Cohen
::: Treasurer Diane :
being collected by the Catholic Student Center for U.S. 301 on St. Rd. 325
distribution to the needy. : ;:
Lot 25. owner' anxious to
"I've been living in the dorms for three years and I've seena sell. Extra nice 2 BR 1 Bath S Secretary Cheryllene Phillips j:
lot of food being thrown away by students leaving,for the large 12 x 56 Knox screened mobile awning home :

summer," Dave Englert drive chairman said. patio, carport, utility. shed Editor/Historian Debra Ellen Freeman :
central heat a A C,$5'x 121'bS .
"The only food that we don't want is spoiled food, Englert z'
Price$$12,500 :.
can be left in boxes in Broward Graham Hume Lot 19. Move In by July, '
.Murphee Towers and Tolbert Hall area offices he said. spacious 2 BR 2 Bath 12 x 45 MORTAR BOARD 1975 :
"WE ARE ALSO working to get Rawlings and Jennings Parkwood, utility completelyfurnished shed, '
offices Englert said. washer & dryer. Lot 15' x ::: '
He pointed out that frozen refrigerated or other food that 127', ti Barbara Jean Balfe Yolanda Jean Frazier Catherine Pappas
would spoil should be left around 4 every evening of the drive. Price$10,500.00Lot :::Susan Pauline Bell Debra Ellen Freeman Carolyn Foe Parker]
"We are going to pick up the food Monday through Fridayof 44, Ready for June, ijVelvette Wanda Bennett Miriam' Joyce Friedman Martha Maria Partir
finals week at around 5 p.m.,Englert explained..' 60 corner Rivera lot,2 awning'BR 1 Bath patio 12 x Jean Renee Bouvier Iris Elaine Gamble Cheryllene Phillips
THE FOOD AND clothing will be given to the St. VincentDe Will consider renting with $:Debra Lee Brady Ruth Ellen Gevertz Gloria Postell

Paul Society in Gainesville, Englert said. option to buy. $1,100.00 :::C a r 0 I DorothyjjBreitenbucher Debra Halpern Donna Purcell
Food or clothing can also be left at the Catholic Student Wende HeflingerVirginia Susan Rodstone
Center. Lot 26, Buy as Isl Un ,
furnished 12 64 Kerry Bumgamer Henderson Renee Renner
x Skyline. : Lynn
"Anything that people want to leave or help they would like Nice wooded lot. Excellent ;
="JBeverly Jean Burch Valeria Howell Debra Rickles
said. : : :
to give would be greatly appreciated, Englert terms.
"The important thing is that the food goes to someone who Priced SI,250OO (:::Esther B. Casas Susan Marie Hueckel 'Kym Valerie Rhode) :
can use it and not thrown out" Englert explained. JRebecca:: Ann Clemenzi Marls Stella Jarina' Mary C. Rohan :
: Deborah Terese Cohen Sharon Anne Knight Debra! Rubin :
Above electric.Mobile Price Homes Includes are lot.all ;:::ijDiane: Elizabeth Cohen Jean Marie Kosnik Debra Schroter '

Student arrestedfor boating Near County A fishing.Park with for ::, Susan Gertrude Connelly Barbara Gail Lasris Annie Slayton
::::Beulah E. DePadua Ella H.: Lawson Lauren Sloat
:::jjKarla: K. Doolen Pamela Ann Lawson Nancy' Southers
sex assaultThe CALL : :JEMzabeth l i Perry Sally Ann MacLaren Carrie Tuttle

372.1551 372.4254 :::j:Dougherty Kim Irveen McGee Laura Van Etten
Hugh Edwards Realty Inc. |!Catherine' Jean Dovell Eleanor Jane'' McLain Sharon Weber

man from University St. Augustine;Police Department in connection has arrested with an a attempted UF fresh. ;.:'.Patricia............Anni......:..Duprey.............:...............................Patricia. .....!........Louise..............Nickens_ .. _____Ella.Mae_WebsterUniversity_.
sexual assault.

The man, Kenneth Selmore, 19, was arrested late Wednesday .
afternoon and charged with attempted involuntarysexual
The victim, a 19-year-old UF sophomore, said she was
walking with Selmore at 5 a.m. Monday when he asked her to
his. room in North Hall.

,_' The coed said she accompanied Selmore to his room, where
he struck her across the face and threw her on his bed. She
aid she struggled, screamed and escaped.
Selmore was taken td the Alachua County Adult Detention Announces :
'enter where he was charged and released on his own
:cognizance. e't >.
To, Dade and
Broward Residents' :

Recently a full page article appeared in the ;. Summer .:n :
:; Quarter
Alligator which depicted natural foodstores_ as > J

money lusting, competitive, flim flam artists. .. ; '.r< '. >

We humbly present what we feel is a truer June 23 to August 28"t ,>'.,

picture of the small business naturalwholefood "
merchants. We selected our "CREDO" k'
from the label on the back of a package at : &
MOTHER EARTH. :. ':' ,r.

A "We are very happy to offer these whole Accelerate your degree this

natural foods to you. Since food, is basic to'' j
good health, and since good health is the summer and have yourcred.its

r foundation of a happy and creative society, we '

treat our food with the greatest respect and transfered back to U,, of F 'the
care. Since the effects on man of many of the
chemicals which are presently being used on schedule
is oriented
farms may not be known for many years to. working

hence, and since their effect on the delicate .students with
ecological balance tol' man, and his en. courses :being ,

vironment is not beneficial, we are followingthat offered
to 11:00
: PM
path which will take us towards a renewal
and regeneration of our land and natural :"
resources. Food represents that very essenceof .Call. or write The Office of Admissions r "
the power of creation and stands at the 1

crossroads between the infinite forces of ''i anch .
nature and the biological wonder of man.. We Community College RelationsFlorida

attempt to provide those foods'which reflect t
this great natural order and we hope that you International'I University! :

enjoy these foods ,and take as much.pleasure .
in preparing and eating them'as 'we do In ;Miami, Florida! 33199 :((305))) 5522311.a

offering$ th.m.to: :you/*'Thank:you.' -+ :: *- "*-."* "* T****." taw! JPape <
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Independent. Florida Alligator,Friday. ,Jwn*, 1T75 fag.f

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Planning ahead may help avoid

fall's lines for service hookupsBy

MICHAEL MYERS will do along with a$S service charge"Milliken said.
Alligator Staff Writer He added that a new connection would cost the customer
$10 because it is necessary to enter the house and make sure
': everything is in order.
Leaving Gainesville and UF for the summer can be great "1 urge students to let us know as soon as possible about
but returning in the fall is something else again. this type of things. The fall is our worst time of year, and if
"y Hassles abound and students can expect to spend hours students wait until the middle of September to request a hookup
waiting in lines. In many instances however wasting hours ,they are going to have to wait about two or three weeks"
't'M I standing in line can be avoided students plan ahead. Milliken said.BANKING.
; SERVICES SUCH as telephones utilities and television, AND checking accounts can also present
: which involve connecting and disconnecting, can all be taken problems if students fail to follow proper procedures. Most
of call, out banks in Gainesville require students to leave at least $1 in
:; care by a simple phone or filling an application.
Margaret Wagner business office supervisor for SouthernBell their accounts and enough money to cover any outstanding
said students can easily avoid long lines by notifying the checks and service charges for the months they are gone.
company in advance of a move or temporary disconnection. Nanette ,Havild of the Atlantic Bank advised students to
Wagner said telephone service can be suspended in the check with their bank and find how much money should be
r summer and restored in the fall for a fee of$3.50 a month left to cover checks and service charges since "many banks
r .l plus a $10 restoration fee. The total charge would be $20.50 differ on their policies."
instead of the usual $30 installation fee. Problems usually arise when arranging to live in a campus
"Students can call us' collect from their homes before dorm, but those that have not applied need not worry; thereare
returning Gainesville and make an appointment to have none available.Joe .
;? the phone installed. The fee can be mailed in. Many students Ball, assistant director of student housing, said UF
don't realize this and stand in lines for hours to accomplishthe dorms are "totally booked for the fall, and we're not accepting
same thing a simple phone call would do," Wagner said. any applications."
: RON BAULDREE,consumer service representative for the
i Gainesville Utilities Department described a similar
procedure for taking care of utilities.
j People moving into a new apartment or house must applyat
City Hall. For someone returning to the same house, an Women's works
>: application must be filled out I I
"All a student(remaining in the same residence)has to do
:' is leave us his or her deposit. They can arrange in advance to fill 'Glass Faces'The
;' have the power turned pn in the fall if they know the specific
date they will need it," Bauldree said. National Organization for Women(NOW)collection of
BAULDREE SAID a student must fill out an advance poetry and artwork is now available featuring poems photosand
application and mail it or take it to the utilities department.The illustrations by local women.
forms are available at the UF housing office or City Hall. *The 32-page anthology is free to the first 1,000 persons at
For those students who enjoy cable television, the servicecan the Student Government or NOW offices, both on the third
iI'I ,be discontinued for summer and reconnected in the fall floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
for a small fee. Editor Melissa Pavone said the booklet titled "Glass
Jim Milliken manager of University City Cable Television Faces," contains mostly student contributions, with each
said service can be disconnected any time,' but for summer poem illustrated by a drawing, etching or photograph.
and fall situations students should call as early as possible. ,"1 think it's beautiful." she said.
"IN THE CASE of a temporary disconnection a phone call "Glass Faces". cost SG and NOW$700 to produce.

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Robert Marston is a man on the run. THE SAN FRANCISCO trip to pick up a .Color TV In .v.ry apt. .
Between medical meetings in New York, William Randolph Hearst award for UF's Furnished
commencement addresses in Missouri and journalism school also gave Marston the Individual bedrooms
award ceremonies in San Francisco, the UP opportunity to try and prod some money out .Gos Grills
president barely has time to unpack his of the Hearst foundation for a new journalism .Pool DELIVERY SERVICE
suitcase before he has to get ready for another college building.This .
week is unusually hectic, because only 2 blocks to campus
trip.MARSTON HAS gone out of town almost Marston said a number of trips were put off CALL 377-0901 ..w.. ", 'C .
half the number of days since spring quarter until'the end of the quarter "and they are NOW leasing for fall ; CJilcken
started. piling upon us now." UNLIMITED 1805S.W.13th UNLIMITED
Most trips were one-day excursions to Marston went to the Board of Regents 914 SW 8th Av.. 378-7224 _.-- ,
Tallahassee for legislative meetings or meeting this Sunday and Monday, flew to Los I
sessions of the Council of University Angeles for Tuesday and Wednesday, came I I
Presidents, but there was also a threeday'trip back for tenure hearings on Thursday and left i
to New York for a National Institute of today for a UF Foundation meeting over the
Health (NIH) meeting and a two-day visit to weekend at Amelia Island in Georgia he will Let us send
Los Angeles for a board of directors meetingof then go to Oklahoma City for Sunday and
Drew College. Monday and come back to UF Tuesday.
The trips to other colleges for com ANN MARSTON said her husband's busy
mencement addresses, such as the one schedule makes life at home "pretty hectic" an Alligator
Marston is making this weekend at the but added she knew what to expect when he
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, took the job."Actually .
are paid for by the hosts. he isn't gone as much as when we to house
BUT MARSTON points out the free trips were at NIH," she said: your
are also useful to engage in "university Marston was director of the national in*
business,"one example being the trip to New stitute before coming to UF. Much of his job
York.While involved trips across the country for meetings, tins summer
in New York as a paid guest of the she explained.Mrs. .
NIH, Marston made the rounds of the Marston said "when Bob is out of
national foundations "making the case" for town I have time to do other things," besides
UF research programs. official duties as UF's first lady.
Although no grants came out of the Among her outside interests are the opera
meetings, Marston said the visits were useful workshop and little theater groups, she said.

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disbanding, and all old "members" are invited to the last

bananafest. It's at the Rathskeller today from 3 to 7 p.m.

SWING YOUR AMIGO University of Florida folkdancers

are sponsoring an 'International dance in Norman Gym

tonight. Starting at 9, dances will be taught to beginners. At

THE MONEY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT ISMORE 10, request dancing begins.
FEMINIST FILMS The Tallahassee Equal Rights Amendment
THAN (ERA) march and other women's films will be' shown
.. ,! tonight at the Center for United Ministries ((1402 W.

The much Money Managtmtnl. )Account A new type of savings account You tarn!dally mitrtM,but you gel ,. University Ave.). The showing begins at 7:30 and is sponsoredby
much mort *s s new approach to help you coordinate and organist your financial Iransac' '
Itons.The services offered with,the Women Unlimited.
.... Monty Management Account art all FREE.There art no monthly ,
or service charges.Jut. )maintain a minimum balance of 1300 k) your account at all limn Each AFRICAN FILMS A film festival including the controversial
quarter we veil mall a statement to
you showing deports withdrawals" and mtereal timed on you
., account KI*complete record every quarter The many features of the Money Management Account )4a:;, "Phela-Ndaba" on life in South Africa will begin at 7 tonightin
art ciploned here,but D you have other queKkmi. (Jul contact the New Accounts Department.outoffice .
ne.rel.you.Then open a new Money Managtmtnt Account or convert your preterit Fill Fed .. ..., the Architecture and Fine Arts building, room 105B of the
oral paMbook-lngIllcounllo a Money Management Account Take advantage of Its dally mltrt. '.,, ., Architecture and Fine Arts Gallery.
Insured safety and FREE services youl enjoy) when !you/ open a Fk* Federal of Mid Florida Money ..'.
Management Account 0 ECKANKARi A free lecture on the "Path of Total
: Awareness" will be in room 361 J. Wayne Reitz Union tonightat
7:30. An Eckankar seminar will be at the Flagler Inn June

Sb 7, from 10 a.m. to 9:30: p.mJune 8 from 9 a.m. to noon and

piintncowrfDIALACOUNT % on June 8 from 9 a.m. to noon. There will be lectures, art.,

514 music, poetry and dance, and the public is invited.

Dial A Count It the taste. way we _
know of to transfer money between hi Addition to al the FREE services This bl-weekly feature In The Alligator provide ,readers
your savings account and you bank offered wtth the
Money Management
checking account Here', how II with answers to questions concerning academic procedures,
Account R
works..Call our office: and Identify year, compounded you earn daffy Sl1n11l.1I 01 count a veterans, married students, greeks, I handicapped students,

want yourself to Then tender tel from ut how your much Monty you accounts art Insured by the Federal graduates, minority students, women programs, new student

Management Account to your Savings and Loan 'Insurance Corpo programs and,International students.
Checking account ($100 minimum ration,A Federal. Agency,to guararv
the Office for Student
Bring your questions to Services 129
( the ,
on aB phone tranrfers). Wt do the mAnABEmEnT lee safety of your deposits.
Hall call 3921261. '
Tlgert or
net and promlee your deposit will be ,
'mad*the aims day t you caP before .IC
noon, Monday through Friday Or ACCOUNT -__.__ tl "i Ir I am a veteran receiving veteran benefits and 'am

checking have fund account trantferad to your from Money your '', graduating from UP this quarter. Is It necessary for me to

Management Account;.',a*DIy as. (I notify the Veterans Administration
during the phone.And aM II Money t All graduating veterans should notify Martha Johnson in
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Management Account services, ., I R 1 J L
Free. the registrar's office: 29 Tigert Hall, 3921377. Johnson Informs -
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the Veterans Administration office in St. Petersburg
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whether a graduating veteran has completed his work at UF

I Eptl439LOO) gEgDbS Q 1 1'J9 or if he plans to return for post, baccalaureate or

'1 A A tnt)1l. graduatework.It .

l.. 'SAD ':. Vr.r-fl qvJ1! :: Is also necessary'for a veteran to notify Johnson If he

drops the number of credit boon he la taking daring a
If he withdraws.I .
quarter, or

Money Management Account .. am a black student and would prefer talking to a black
Is a savings account But Instead of counselor about because
my personal problems I believe be or
receiving a savings passbook
your have a Prestige Card embossed PRESTIGEEMERGENCY' she would understand them'' better. Are then any black

In gold with your name counselors on campus? _
and account number. Present
your Prestige Card whenever you CASH There are several counseling support services on campus
CHECKS and make a deposit or withdrawal available to all students. Most of these services have personnelwho
You'll always receive. a receipt You re out of town and need cash for
familiar with and have
MONEY ORDERS ol' are experience working with
showing the amount the transaction an emergency, Prestige Emergency
and your new balance Cash k the answer.Just.present your blacks and other minoities. Some black counselors: who are
Don't anY cash when you travel Prestige Card at any savings and!loan available are Joyce Taylor'assistant dean in Student Servicesfor
Use American Exprttt Travelers In many ways the Prestige Card Is offering the Prestige Services: and "
Check When you have the Money better than a passbook hs withdraw up to $200 cash k's easy Minority Affairs 392.1261; Max Parker, counseling
Management Account there never handy .small enough to carry and could be a real.Mesaver You can psychologist in the Counseling Center, 392-1575; ,and Jim
a service charge when you purchase conveniently In your billfold. And get Prestige Emergency Cash whenever .
Travelers Checks or Money Orders. you have extra peace of mmd you're more than 50 miles from Carter, clinical social: worker, Student Mental Health, Infirmary
This k|Just another way the Money knowing your current balance Isn't home. N'. a FREE service: when you ; 3921171.
Management Account saves you printed on the card lId should It open a FM Federal of' Mid.Florida
time and money be lost or stolen Money Management Account. Is there going to be a summer orientation I for, transfer

An orientation for transfer students entering UF for the

= DOWNTOWN, 249 W.University Ave 376-7551. first time in Sept. 1975 will be? held Aug. 4-5 and Aug. 78.

FIRST 1 J AIIOCUmOII The students will stay in Hume Hall during the orientation,

GAINESVILLE AAALL, 2528 NW 13th St 376-2633 and the sessionswill.be'; held in the J.Wayne Reitz Union

MERALOF Ballroom..

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Academic Affairs, 392-1308; or Rob Denson, New Student

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the Florida State Prison Library

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glancing back over some of our past
issues we were struck with a haunting sense of deja

In an article dated March 11, 1975 we read,
"Over strenuous protests of students and faculty

from Florida's state universities, the Board of

Regents Monday voted to recommend to the

Florida Legislature an increase in tuition.It .F .
sounded so familiar that we explored even ,\. T'.' '-:"' ., r'

further back and came upon this story almost a

year earlier, on April 9, 1974.
"The Board of Regents unanimously adopted a

new tuition fee resolution Monday over objectionsof
several university presidents and the Council of

Student Body Presidents." nAHAHj! TEARING AT SOCIETY'S FOUNDATION f*
Both actions followed a similar pattern. The

item is coming up on the agenda, and after
patiently listening to objections from all concernedthe

tuition moments.All regents schedule.. calmly Usually vote to it is raise done or in.change a matter,the of 'Rea// ///fef/ calls college- grads I

of which mind favorite of
brings to a quote The trees passed by slowly, and then faster and faster, as her hands.
regent Chairman Marshall Criser, "students the train started off from Miami to Waldo. I'd made the trip They were(swollen at the joints and so very very wrinkled.It .
already have all the input they need.". countless times in my four years, and it seemed strange that was almost as if they'd been covered with plastic and
Well, Criser can rest easily for yet another year. this was my last trip back to school as a student.I thousands of lines making intricate patterns had been carved
The Florida Legislature adjourned yesterday. and had six hours of thinking time, and I inevitably. thought of
people I met and things I did in Gainesville.
once again the idea of a student regent becomes r Jo Lester
Most of my thoughts were of people-the girls I'd met my Wendy
just a pipe dream. first year in the dorm and also:the guy's I'd met in my dorm.
But something about the regents mode of Oh yes. I also remember the one probation period for L GUEST COLUMNIST;
operation makes us wonder if a student regent breaking open-housing rules.

could have made all that much difference.For Next came pledging a sorority. The girls I pledged with
a body with such a large area of respon- were a crazy lot, and the sisters who voted for us are probablystill in them. As we talked, I couldn't take my eyes off them.
"Do you have any brothers or sisters?" she asked. "One of
sibility, the monthly regent meetings are sur- We sorry.spent the year tying doors together and putting kool aid each" I replied "and you?" I almost didn't ask, because the
prisingly short, usually lasting no longer than a in the showers.Of hands had already answered.
few hours. "Just and : We she said
me mysister. were very close
course there was that one great idea we had to steal
The reason is most of the business is decided everyone's make-up, until we found all those secret birth "but,then,she's dead now. Died during childbirth."I offeredmy
ahead of time in the various regent committees.All control pills. condolances, but she continued as if she hadn't even heard

too often, the regular public meeting is merelya As time passed we moved into the sorority house and spentall me."My mother died when I was five. Father was president ofa
formality to rubber stamp committee decisions.A our time.either loving or hating each other. Girls are a small private collage, and my sister and I were matrons
student the board is fine but bunch and usually lose each other as friends by the
on a concept we strange there until he died. Then my sister got married. .we were on
wonder if one member could make that much very, acts they perform to keep them. our own you know. Her boy's out in California. he's a tineboy.
difference when it comes to voting. We still had our crazy moments. I was even talked into ."
The real work clearly lies in the nine regent dancing at Dubs under the name of Grazelda. Winning $75 There were tears in her eyes, and the rest of her years
wasn't bad for my interpretation of the funky chicken- fully remain mystery to me. Neither of us spoke again.
committees and that is where student input is
dothed mind you. I felt very small and Inadequate at that moment. College
needed most. Putting a student on each, of those seemed farther
My stroll down memory lane was suddenly interrupted as a away than a few hours, and the troubles I'd
committees with full voting power would probablyhave lady sat down in the seat next to me. I didn't mind the interruption encountered in those four yean no longer seemed so'im
more impact on the system than a student because I was about to get to the things in my portant.I .
regent. looked back out the window. The trees were still flying
Of there is block. Chairman college career that weren't so funny. by; they were too constant nothing like life. I_thought. A
course, a stumbling
My new companion on the train was a black woman about whole new world would soon be open to me and it would be
Criser is the one who appoints members to the 50,in brown stretrh pants and a battered beige turtleneck.She completely unpredictable.A .
committees, and we're already too familiar with was thin and had a very tired expression on her face. She world both exciting and frightening. Just like those
his views on the subject. told me she was on her way. to Alabama and then I noticed hands.

"Students can be heard on every subject they

want to be heardon," he Is fond of saying. And 10 CunnIftghem DM ICIeIn
that's' true but usually not until after the real The Independent rdlt t- ....rdltor

decisions have been made.,
There is some hope for the idea however. The Florida Alligator Me.W:; =:=

fact is not all the regents are so dead set against it.
We haven't always seen eye to eye with newest (ill Q.ti'G" MiftdI wimar, Jody satin

regent Marshall Harris, but he terms the idea."delightfuL F News Editor -rout IbdNarR.A.

And Gainesville's Jack .
own regent Tony KendzIor....,.........................,...........,..GenetoI t.\anoger ,
McGriff also seems to favor it. Jom.s V Cook ...................t..................I..AllletantGenenalt.\anoger:
We would like to see a determined effort on the Mtith I y
AnneMotphurs ......... r"n.'"I" CIIIII: n..ltC.NIwN1'. tie.C. .'
part of these two men to sway more stubborn ..,........,........ .. I t
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fellows their Dearly it's an idea whose time Tern MocNomor0 . ,.............. .. .. P.o.
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has come. Rap_u--'".-J r. . ................ ....... ...... ...... ........,. S lOtion'Goi"-lYllle, f Florida with I
Donne Lubrano ...... .................. .... .. .... ....AdvMidn.gyerfi..ngMonoger Ceordino/or ., b.hnd the Colt.1M..
Of course, budging Criser may prove im l' _.,Norp.r .. .. ... ........... ., ...... ... ,., .. .Sp.dal S.-Lions Coordinoar, o72 W... Univ.rsity 1wetMIe.
possible. We won't be surprised if next year, while Lynda Hom''.,- ....... . . .. ... ...... .., .. .,A..L.,sing Production lutNMN OIflce, phon.: "-....
the we find ourselves Lynn Solder . .. . ., .... .... .. . .- . .Editorial, nvgucfion Manager Mano- Edbnol, I DePOr1rMnt: 376vtStl.JiT .
r glancing through papers Esposib . . . .. ..... ."... . .. .Edibriol Adv.ns.ng, end ProductionGf.nda I
c struck with a' sense of deja'vu.il Martin: . ..........,. ... ........ . .. .Circulation&OQ itesnag'onagerr, I ','.Depo ".na: 1 "A41- .
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I Bookwriters hit bureaucracy I

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EDITOR: The UP bookwriting professors are again the impression of his own affiliate university Washington written version of the professors thoughts on a certain topic.
target of bureaucratic nitpicking. A few months ago our University. Many years later, and not for entirely unrelated What is more natural for him than recommending his text to
rights to our own copyrights were challenged on the account reasons. I received my own doctorate at Washington his students as he knows that it will optimize his communication
that the books may be written on "company time." University.It with them.It .
Now It is reported in the press that the Chancellor's office is is hard to imagine a more thoroughly scholastic endeavor is theoretically possible, of course, to misuse any
characterizing as "possible conflict interest" the practice of than that of textbook writing. The vast majority of textbook arrangement. By forcing rather than recommending a text or
using one's: own textbooks in one's own classes. These projects are undertaken for non-economic
reasons. by adding additional strictures it is possible to cross the line of
statements have encouraged the local student government Thousands of hours spread over several years usually go into decency. When and if this occurs the case should be treated
consumers affairs department to intensify a campaign, for the making of a textbook before a Penny of royalty is ever individually. However, you don't wreck a good house becauseyou .
return of royalties. received. Probably the majority of all manuscripts are turned discover a dead mouse In a closet.
When as a young Swedish student I made my first exploration down by prospective publishers.A All human systems are held together by a glue consisting of
into my present specialty field I was guided by textbook is a work of love on which the average author the right mixture of mutual trust and enforced rules. To a UF
Professor Langsdorfs outstanding books on electric will receive in the end less hourly compensation than his old-timer it is distressing to take note of the accelerated shift
machinery. Not only was the price I paid for his books one of daughter will do baby-sitting. The textbook is the final from trust to rules in our academic community.
my best investments ever but he also gave me a lasting product of organizing a set of classnotes. It represnets the Compulsive rule-setting will surely destory not only the

..J-._ --.. h.It .. climate in which we perform but also the quality of the
performance itself. Nothing is more contradictory to
greatness than smallness.
x Olle I. Elgerd, Professor'
Department of Electrical Engineering

Royalties should. :

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'Le" EDITOR: I would like to fund. I'
make a brief statement If you go back and read the
regarding Michael Bradley's letter I sent to the Alligator on
: 1 article printed last Monday May 27.,which prompted this
( about Faculty royalties.Apparently'my story you'll see that Mr.
letter wasn't Bradley's article is untrue in
i newsworthy in that it several respects.
represented a cooperative Let me also add that ,I was
view: and my local efforts to not at all surprised, by this
come to the students' aid in irresponsible 'journalism. If
reducing their cost for books.Mr. he intended to make interesting
Bradley telephoned me reading with a,total
Sunday and attempted to get ,disregard for promoting
-' me to agree to several quotes solutions and cooperation
'WMt 1f, t HAD mE tNEF.Gf I Guess I aw IHfA[( 1WT NO..1C J <(DUNT Off AT mE pj.SS BUT' with which couldn't agree.. between,students and facultyMr.
HE'S fR) ABLY HAlf-WAY TO EUROPE+ BY NOW..' Indeed I did say that Mr.Lobeck's Bradley did a splendid
idea of handing job.P.S.
coins out in class is a dumb I totally expect this
ADVISE & DISSENTNegotiations idea However he didn't feel letter to be. edited for "size
it' pertinent to include my considerations" and, you'll
'statement that I intended to print only my last six words.
reallyy helped Blye donate all of locally generated Allen Dueling
royalties to a scholarship Professor

EDITOR: Your editorial in last Monday's paper wishes to restoration or awarding of tenure, a dozen or so involving an l
fault the American Association of University Professors for additional year's contract after late notice, etc., The Independent .
leaving former Professor Councille Blye"out in the,cold.. The Executive Committee recommendation to Committee
The fact is that directly as 'a result :of AAUP negotiations A' was based ((1)) on the fact that the two original cases have I' Florida: Alligator'
relating to removal censure, theUF, administration offered been settled; ((2).the fact::that UF policies have been brought ;
Bly,a-full year'*,salary compensation for his dismissal in into line with AAUP' standards,,and ((3))the fact that the great
of the with which have been concerned have, '
1972\ majority cases we Tom Shrode John Moran ,.
Blye decided' to reject this offer m order to 'continue been resolved satisfactorily: Aut. Newt Miter, ftioto Editor,
,litigation based on possible due process d equal protection Incidentally, in view of,the number, of major UF policy Doug H tth' : ;
settlement This of made and settled in the context of censure Wire Editor '
:,issues i in hopes ot a more advantageous changes cases '
;course was;his right. removal,'h is hardly accurate to'say that "the practical effect'S I Sheila Draper Greg roM'Enmlnment -
Editor Sports Editorjj
of censure is'almost. negligible"! :
But, In our judgment, ,the administration's offer' was David T. Smith
reasonable. In addition., AAUP has received written President.Florida Chapter AAUP
assurance from President Robert' Q. Marston that in the

future;, the UF administration will not, suspend faculty
"without the procedural safeguards set forth in the AAUP 1958.
Your editorial''contain- few other slight errors. The UF
administration 'was not censured "because several formerfaculty
members had filed suits etc." It was censured because
two faculty member: (Professors Marshall Jones and Lee
,Lamborn) requested investigation;' the Association, and
that investigation, found that< their academic freedom and
procedural rights had been violated. 'These cases have been
settled to,the ,satisfaction'of Jones and Lamborn for sometime .

Before AAUP lifts censure however, it requires nol only t
settlement of the'' original cases, but also upgrading .of' "
university policies In accordance with,AAUP standards and'
assurance as to a favorable climate of academic freedom and

due process.
.UF policy changes r ,d "
During the past three years, numerous ,
have been made to the extent that these now conform "
essentially to basic AAUP standards- which benefits all the
faculty and the University a whole not just AAUP ,
For example several non-performance related criteria for S ;: '
tenure and promotion (which were involved in the Cornwell ; : :

case) have been removed from the Policy Manual. T r J S ,
unresolved cases involving
There have been no new ,
violation of AAUP standards for over two years. In response :
and negotiation..tp .
to national and local AAUP inquiry .
.have.been .', :... ,..' .
proximately thirty cases involving faculty fights .'' ,," { ,,; .: II'
settled.Jsatisfactori: y .during. "J this."time: .j threeinvolving.. ..':.. .... '.:. ._ .'.'.'""_..." .... ".. ." ....4 ",, o,. ...__." ,

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July 15 Is Target Date .

living salary Increases. The limitation on
With word that 1975-76 E&G budget allocations Procedures Are Outlinedtheir expenditures for salaries and other per.
from the Board of Regents to the sonnel services accounts for approximately -
Universities will be made by June 15,. will 80 per cent of the total budget
administrators are setting their sights on deans and division heads. The Meetings of the budget committee Other costs are for operating expenses
making allocations to UF colleges and vice-presidents .are scheduled to return provide members of opportunity the university offer com- including utilities, maintenance, traveland
divisions by July 15. their budget requests to the president'soffice munity at large an instructional and research expendable
The executive vice-president and the by June 20. Then the timetable calls input. Hanson also said Educational the newly-formed Policy supplies, and for operating capital outlay,
vice-presidents for academic affairs, stu- for an analysis of all the data by Planningand nine-member Faculty which includes library books and equip
dent affairs and administrative affairs Analysis division June 20-24. Vice-pre Group will provide input to budget prior- ment.

have already begun budget hearings with sident's budget hearings before the presi- ities during the various stages of the of UF fonnula-budget Each vice-president in charge of a
dent are scheduled for June 25. tions.Hanson is chairman segment of the E&G budget has been
University-wide priorities will be estl-. committee. asked to include in his requests priority
University tablished by June 30, with July 15 set as the Budgeting this year will be under a new items for which he would like to increase
expected date for internal allocations to be lump sum system approved by the Legisla- funding up to 5 per cent and items which
made throughout the E&G functions of the ture in its appropriations bill. The
freedom in allocatingits would be least detrimental if lost, if the
sity will have more
University. the various budget were decreased by 5 per cent. Each
Harold Hanson resources among
Executive Vice-President money
Digest '
has also been asked
costs of operation, but under terms of the vice-president to
said that final proposed budget recommen-
submit a projected three-year budget plan.A .
bill it must keep salaries
Product dations will be presented to the President'sadvisory appropriations
by tht DMI Off ofhformtkm Afublicttiotti facultystudentadministrativebudget within a specified maximum rate. The bill cautionary warning was included in
Stnlcet to commit committee during the process. does not provide for any merit or cost-of- guidelines to vice-presidents for budget
kite official notitet A Importml preparation. It reads:
information to ttudentt faulty 4uai "Any major changes in funding patterns
tt the (.ni,'"';"of Florida SPECIAL SESSION HINTED should be approached cautiously as:
ceCa( ) New flexibilities: may not be
Restrictions continued in future years;
Raises ProhibitedIn Ub( ) The new flexibilities may be
Pay interpreted differently than we will use
Money Bill them." 'f'

Colleges operating under the E&G r..
Affect PlanningA Appropriations Bill budget include Architecture,Arts and Sd- F Ij;
ences Business Administration, .Educa1 1
number of restrictions in addition to The legislative appropriations bill awaiting the governor's signature prohibits tion, Engineering, Fine Arts, Journalismand t
prohibiting salary increases have been salary increases for University employees,even though the state's universities have Commuaications, Physical Edu-
placed on the state's universities in the been given more flexibility in handling their funds. cation,Health and Recreation and University
appropriations bID now awaiting the signature The biB states: College. Other colleges are budgeted
of Gov. Reubin Askew. "No merit Increases or other salary adjustments shall be given unless specifically separately part of the J. Hills Miller
Priorities have been set for instructional authorized by the Legislature for the fiscal year 1975-76,provided,however,that the Health Center or the Institute of Food aDd
programs with the wording, "Ade- Department of Administration may approve salary adjustments upon request of the Agricultural Sciences.Chancellordesignate
quate resources shall be provided to insure Board of Regents under emergency circumstances." E.T. York in his
high quality in each program with the first Executive: Vice-president Harold Hanson said that the University has not been latest Legislative! Report pointed! out that
priority program and proceeding: through notified whether salary increases would be permitted for promotions. He said be the approximate JanelS allocation of E&G
each next highest priority program to the assumes this Is a decision that will have to be made at the Board of Regents level,to funds to universities"is about a month
extent that resources are available." The' apply uniformly throughout the system. earlier than usual, due to the lump sum
priorities are as follows: UF President Robert Marston .and Chancellor-designate E.T. York have aatbort t1on..''The Board of Regents toil
"1. Upper level undergraduate expressed disappointment that salary increases were not considered possible by the week voted to make initial allocations on
"2. Lower level. undergraduate legislature.Both had taken strong positions urging salary Increases, especially for the basis of W4-75 enrollment, with the '
'"3. Masters level graduate lower salaried employees. ,' daring the dosing critical: days of appropriations. exception.of the University of North '
4. Doc.iGn1Ienl graduate 8nalisatioo. Florida
"5. AU remaining programs. York stated in :.his latest .Legislative Report, "Legislative leaden have Next year1 appropriation for the E&G .
.The completion of the common coarse Indicated..that if state revenue improves during the year to facilitate'salary budget systemwide totals $HO,636M7,.
numbering system and the development of increases for state personnel,the Legislature wffl likely convene in special... compared to an estimated $66U muTioa
a plan for its maintenance most be and provide separate appropriation to accommodate this need." final allocations for fete year. UF's stare,
completed: by no longer than the beginning for fiscal year 1974-7 la approximatelyISlUOmfflioa.
ofyear the fourth quarter of the W7J-76,fiscal .
or the Department of Administration
will withhold X) per cent of the fourth Show
,quarter release of funds until completed., Appropriations for UF Small
.The Board of Regents mast change
.. - -
procedures to achieve: a redaction in the
amount of manpower devoted to academic The legislative appropriations bill now: expenses and operating capital outlay.This that $73 million for university operations.
administration, leading& to a 'reduction In awaiting the governor's .action contains year, the universities will have more President Robert Marston has said that
administrative' costs per student and the ..,..,M7 for Education and General .flexibility in budgeting but are limited by the increase over the governor's budget
maximum possible I involvement of academically (E&G) budgets in the State University the appropriations bill la the total amount will "not solve the problem of Inadequate
qualified administrators in the System for,the next fiscal year begkmiag that can be spent for salaries.. salaries, too few teacher, &be'need for
teaching process, even if on.a part-time July,1. This compares with an estimated Executive Vice-President Harold Hanson increased feflowririp and.other,gradaate
'basis: Manpower which can be releasedfromsrimtnWratkgwfflbetransfe HU million that will have been allocated Ills estimated that UF's .EAG allocation ,support, libraries and the effects of '
to .by tIIe.end of this fiscal year.after;the wffl be$3 to$4 minion more than last year, e r ... TlI Inflation" .bat Oat it.wffl avert
instruction.. The Board matt report its mid year budget cat The UPs portion this. .bet be points oat that at feast $1 million of the financial emergency be foresaw "under*
progress to'the Legislature by March L year is ..estimated 86U4 mitten. Exact that wil| have to be used for iriMM' utility the governor's budget '* ,. <:
.The Board of Regents shall allocate figures' for this year will not be known natflfinal costs and another $1 to Sias won" for Mantonhad.pointed particularly to the
$1,_," to the solar energy center: at Cape accounting at the end of the fiscal year faculty.salary. Increases that did not take emergency tl..tnadeaaate teaching stag
Canaveral,$116,660 for the purchase of law' June 30.. effect unto September last year bat oven ran for English la College'and Arti
books at both UF and FSU, $275,660, the The Board of' Regents through. Chain .the .entire new fiscal year and for and Sciences University.mathematics loology aDd
UF and FSU Colleges of law as topple n ceDor-dedgPate York,'feu indicated retirement contribution for all employees physics cutback: ,
mental allocations, and",. to the Mote that allocations to the universities will be .that did not begin until January this fiscal brought on by faculty employment
through attrition and the freeie on
Marine Laboratory for red tide research. made about Jane. IS. The Board, at its )'eII'1Nt that will be in effect for the entirenext .
8)The Board of Regents mast developcost meeting Monday voted to permit the fiscal year. Other University of
budget the
finding principles and techniques anivenities to,make their own,internal, "We cannot say the budget is good" Florida also received small 1 increases over ,
necessary to calculate and evaluate costs allocations with lamp warn funding opportunities Hanson told the Administrative ,Council the 1974-71 levels:
by discipline and course level. and by permitted for the first time in an Wednesday, "but we can say that it is a appropriations
student major and student level for ((1)) appropriations bilL:The Board also voted to whole lot better than it would have been if Iwtttate Feed..Altt.4IwAiSeJeDcd
lower ,division instruction, ((2)) upper allocate funds on the basis of last fan's our legislators had not added the$15 to$16 The total!oj
contains a
division Instruction,,, ((3)) .graduate class enrollments except for the UniYeralty.ofNorth million above the.'g governor's recommended. appropriations compared
$33,146,969 next for WAS
room'\1nstructlon"and" ((4)) thesis and Florida. budget year Broken
dissertation The board mast Heretofore universities restrictedto At least $32,361,207 In the current budget.
programs. were half of the increase in appropriations down IFAS from
report its findings to the Legislature. line-item amounts for faculty, Career over the governor's recommead- receive Experiment
.The University of Florida can pay no Service and other personnel service salaries alien will come from the increase: in fees general! Station revenue; $1,649,636 Trust from Fund;
more than 31.5 cents per 1,060 gallons for which accounts for about 10 per cent established by.the Board of Regents., Incidental Incidental
h' ',... .. ,.water."i.'"' ...{ /'::.:" '. ,' .' .' ;..'...'.-......:.of.-thetotal: b dabt'tagd4or.operating: :,A appropriations spcdfteally.earmark e.;;*TrustFundj$211,060 from$1460,861.from'Extension Service l;'"

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2,900 To Receive .

Degrees June 14 ,; ; : '

t Approximately 2,900 students will receive seats until after the invocation, and men
degrees Saturday,June 14, and about are to remove their mortarboards when the
1 g gM one-half are expected to participate, in President removes his for the invocation.All .
Commencement exercises,when Congressman mortarboards are to be worn during the
Paul Rogers will be the speaker. For conferring of degrees.
those who will participate there are Doctoral candidates are conferred first,
numerous details to remember. then masters, engineers and specialists,
Students and faculty may pick up caps and bachelors are conferred last.
and gowns on the mezzanine of the Campus Graduates and guests are asked to
; 'Shop and Bookstore at the HUB from 8 a.m. remain in place until the entire ceremony is
f ; to 4:30: p.m. daily, Monday through Fridayof completed. There will be no recessional.
M next week.Students will be given written Commencement coordinators expect the
: ql commencement instructions when they ceremonies to be completed by 1 p.m.
,:; : pick up academic regalia, so that they can After the benediction, graduates shouldgo
))11( ,' r' familiarize'themselves with the program.On directly to the basement of Florida
j\\i ,\" ,, :- graduation day, bachelor's candidates Gym, where tables will be set up for returnof
(, ,} should assemble at 8 'a.m. in the caps and gowns. Graduates will receivea
horseshoe-shaped road just west and north receipt, which must be presented in the
of Florida Gymnasium.Marshals in orange Registrar's Office,33 Tigertwhen pickingup
regalia from each college will provide each a diploma. That office will be open until "r
graduate with a card marking his place in 4 p.m.Diplomas will be mailed to those who "
r.4 line. This card will later be handed to the do not pick them up.
marshal on stage, ,who will read the Graduates and their families are invitedto
graduate's name. If a candidate's name is a reception immediately following
difficult to,pronounce, ,he or she should Commencement at the home of Presidentand
write it phonetically on the card. Mrs. Robert Marston, 2151 W. Univer-
Masters, engineers,specialists and doctoral sity Avenue. '
candidates will assemble at 8 a.m. in Students who question whether or not
the open area behind' the bleachers at the they are eligible to graduate should contactthe
south end of the stadium.These candidateswill office of the dean of their college
........: line up by degree and should look for following final exams.
the placard with their degree designation.In Questions regarding the Commencement
MICHAEL BROWNING(L),PRESIDENT ROBERT MARSTON inclement weather all candidates ceremony may be directed to lira. Lorraine
Check 140,880 OF Dma! wBlagWin Receive assemble in the basement of Florida Gym. Albert 3922401.College .

Faculty will meet In caps and gowns by 9 of Law .
a.m.,under the bridge just west of Florida
UF To Confer Its Gymnasium. Faculty follow the degree Ceremonies for 166 juris doctor law,
candidates and precede the platform candidates and 30 candidates receiving the
guests and speakers. first UF awarding of LL.M. degrees
100,000 Degree Degree candidates requested to wear (master of laws in taxation, po J.D.) will
dark clothing and shoes and not to.carry be held at 10 ajn. Saturday June 14 in the
purses or helmets. Florida Gymnasium auditorium of the Holland ,Law Center.
The University of Florida will confer its In' the names of this spring's degree will be air conditioned. Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court
100,000th degree during commencement candidates with the ",118 who have, No tickets are necessary for guests James C. Adtins will address::the grad
ceremonies June 14 when approximately .already earned OF degrees. Actually the attending graduation and students are uates.
2JOO,will be added to the list of those exact number in the June class will not be .encouraged to invite as many of their Law candidates are to meet in caps and
graduating from the state's oldest universityv known until! final exams have ended next families and.friends" to.attend as they gowns at 9 ajn. In the Law Ilb(arjr.:.Caps )
week,but the number Is expected to push desire. and gowns may be picked 'w up Monday
And, with the. help of the computer the 'the total past-10500. The processional, begins-at 9 a.m. through Wednesday from 9 a.m."to 1 p.m.daiJJ .
University ha* ...ed out MIte Browningof The University's first degree recipient Graduates; will remain rtaroHng: by their Ia tile John Marshall' Bat. Association-
Dettoaa as No. 100,000, ,The name of the, was probably OH. Bridges in 1909. His offices. \: i
fl-yearold special education major emerged name appears alphabetically at the bead of ,A reception the Law Center concourse s
on the printout when officials crankedIncreases .the 1N6 catalogue listing of the previous Grades" for Graduates. for graduates and their families"wffl follow ry
,year's graduates. The school became the the June.14 ceremony. ? .. t
,University of Florida In 1N6 ,when it was :Due In,.by June 12 College of' Nursing
moved from Lake City ,where It .was the.
..te'. land-grant agricultural college. specwgrade sheets for spring. quarter Eighty-two graduates of the College of
The University has grown'from a few degree candidates have been distributed toaD Nursing are scheduled,to participate in
hundred students to more man "080, colleges and schools: on campus and pinning ceremonies at 0 pjn,.Friday Jane t
. Station Federal Grant Trust Fond and doubling in since 1960. Sixty-seven per should be completed and returned to'the U, In the Rettx Unta-beDroom. '
$1,601,417 from Extension Service Federal. cent of its degrees have been conferred Registrar's Office by 10 LID."fhunda7.: Following the ceremony, which includes '1.
Grant Trust Fund. since 1900 and Dean of Admissions Richard Jane 12.. a talk by'Dean Blanche Urey,<< reception
J.1 Olgis Ifiler Besl*Center Whttehead predicts ,wffl""take only 16 ."Failure to turn in grades for a candidate will be held in the Ballroom for the,
'1" 1frT.I"'oaIA years to produce: graduate number 100,000.Of by the tnotocandIdaenot deadline .could:cause a graduates and their families. : .
total 01.,11I.-rear.compared the degrees granted to date, 74, 48 graduate," Interim Assfan .... '
to tlilM.M7.la fee correat! budget Broken have been bachelor's IO,_ master's and .taut Vice President for Academic Affairs ROTC Commissioning I '
down,$17MU1J wffl cane from general. 4,831 doctorates, Including .medical' de- Gene Heap hat empfiastted in *'memorandem -
revenue; *UOMN..from InddeaUl Trust grees. to aD.deans, dI 'ectOrIud depart-' Combined ceremonies foc'grsdnatesbring
Fond and $ l,0tt from Uabfltty fanruce No special ceremonies are planned as meat CBtUHQflOUAll "commissioned' into two branches of
Trust Fwilld.TaBsiNrl. Browning'takes his place u a UF alumnus grades for degree candidates will be the armed forces win be !held'at'2 PJIL, .
alongside Gov. Reubln Askew and several, available to schools and coflegea: by.I:. Saturday, June 14, in, the';ffeaV Union f I
asd ABtedOsrici former governors, U.S. senators and ,a-m;'Friday June 13, MIl final reports of Auditorium.. \
sMOM06neit year,compared: congressmen past aDd.preIeIIt..ap- colleges on candidates approved for dV Twenty-five students are ached. led to f
to x,0014.in the carreat budget Broken .proximately! one. ialf of the numbers of the 'grew will be doe in the Registrar's Office+ receive Air Force comaaksiotts and 21 are

down, ",mm .comet ,from generalrevenue current Florida Legislature. been pjn.'in the same day. CoBeges have scheduled to be commissioned. into. the
, aad HM08.717.t from Operations Browning who received part of his' notified that they should make plus ''Ar rf.
*nd Maieteaaace Trust Fund. training a special education teacher by to bold their meettsgs to pant on candidates Speaker will be US. CM I apauisV.Don :
working with residents at Gainesville's between the 8:30: ajn.anJtabfltty: of grades >t' s
,.. and the 3 for the final Seventeen .
ter II' 111'" Sunland Training Center isn't disappointed pjn.deadline report. Distinguished Mtttary Grad
Ba eNwe.t8laYeee there will be no particular fanfare Colleges have also been instructed post uates win be honored at the earsuMiiies.
total oI.PGH1-DedJelf.. made over him. lists of graduates by 8 a.m.the Saturdayth of Air Force cadets: A., WaVam Albano
to#,mIM In the current: badge Broken "rm just glad it.wasn't something else graduation Indicating those graduates, Lawrence Bevis, Kevin Cnradi,; Patrick
down,tfBjU comes: from general revenue, when received word that,the President's. receiving :honors:.or high honors. Com. Fennimore, Roderick HrtcUsea'aDd JRoyLongstaff.
fad 19,622,76 from Research Contracts Office wanted to see me," be said. "I was mencement begins of 10 ajn.: .'Array.cadeH:Jessi Brta,1.. Den,
Revolving Trust Fund., glad to meet President Marston and have Dr. Hemp .noted on the memorandumthat nis Fitssfanmons,Alfred FoaxJohn r Frke-
mv picture made with him,but until I found :where necessary to meet degree tic, William Heekta. John laugh,
Calege efVeterlsary Medicine out what it was all abouMt felt Just like candidate deadlines exceptions 'may be Karl Jones, Larence Noel,'Thomas Paul-
.H44.200 being called to the principal's office back in made ,to. the University policy on ache zer, Robert VanderUke and Michael White-
all .
<*<( redlojfi74,710ia, from ftta general current revenue budget,.., .the 'sist grade..1n DeLsnd..W' :. M.y,f, *. ',A..dulIDg,fiaal.. ...... i..:,.:.., '.f..... '..".r:"hetada""rR.V191t\'r.r.chi.A t.:4t".J.. "-.a-t ,:, + M.*j vWWPWP

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66 UF Students Win University

National Regional Honors Digest'

Society for Biomaterials.
Sharon Long and Bill Molander received
-- - .. -. National Science Foundation awards
University of Florida students andstudent neers. scholarships given by the stale farm
groups each year win an Increasing Sigma XI national science honorary Insurance Company. based on national competition among
number of regional and national presented research awards to Frank DENTISTRY Dennis Fisher won first engineering science.FORESTRY ,
championships.The Dazzo and Carolyn NapolL Dazzo also won place In Southeast Regional competitionfor -Competing with students
dean's offices of the college's on an award for research from the Southeast his clinic table and won national from four southeastern states: Michael
campus have reported the following Region of the American' Microbiology recognition for research from the American Brinson won a St. Regis Paper Company
among such national and regional win- Society. Dental Association. scholarship. .
ners: David J. Holcombe received the certifi- ENGINEERING Nancy Slater re- HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS.Diane
ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS- cate of excellence for a paper he presentedat ceived the award for the best undergraduate Marie Siwek was awarded one of
Music major Sherwin Mackintosh has the annual national meeting of the student paper and Michael Froning three national Mary McMillan ,National
composed a piece of sacred music, "0 SingA Poultry Science Association.Ruth received the award for the best graduate Scholarships by the American Physical'
New Song Unto The Lord," which has Freeman was chosen from among student paper at the national meetingof Therapy Association In competition a-
been published and recorded for national five national finalists hi. the ,nation to the American Institute of Mining, mong 70 colleges.JOURNALISM.
distribution. receive the major scholarship award from Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers.The AND COMMUNICATIONS -
the Gerber Co.BUSINESS UF student chapter of AIME was Journalism students who won
AGRICULTURE National officers of ADMINISTRATION -Jay chosen the best in the nation for the fifth points in six monthly national writing
the Block and Bridle organization are Decator received the Herbert U. Nelson straight year. competitions conducted by the William
Martha Fleming, president, and Douglas; national scholarship ,from the National'' Carlo Pantano and Arthur Clark re- Randolph ,Hearst Foundation to capture
Shearer,secretary-treasurer. Chris Thach Association of Realtors. Gregory Enhohn ceived recognition for most outstanding overall,first place for the University of
is president of the Southeast Region of the was selected from a national field of 170 papers at the 7th Annual International Florida nationally were: Brian Jones,.,
American Society ,of Agricultural 'Engi students' 'to' receive one of' ten $1,500 Biomaterials Symposium presented by the Celeste Calvittd, Martha Chamberlain, Ed
George Jr., Jacklyn Harder Robert,J.
'TWO EX-STUDENTS TO, BE HONORED Moms, Rick Rosen,James Shuler, EdwinJ.
I I Vail and Theresa L. Wood;
Patrick O'Neal Buried BottleNearly Journalism, students Ron Cunninghamand
a Bob Morris won first place regional
writing awards from Sigma Delta Chi
30 years ago, four college recently appeared In "The Way We Were" journalism fraternity.
buddies got philosophical during an and "The Stepford Wives." LAW. The Verdict UF Law College
end-of-finals camping trip and burled their Now living with his model-actress wife newspaper,edited by Mark Kaufman, was
secret ambitions in a bottle,near Juniper! Cynthia and their two young ,sons, in a judged the best law tabloid in the nation by
Springs. restored New York brownstone, O'Neal the American Bar Association..
Agreeing that the first to reach his goal still hasn't forgotten that 1947 camping trip; The International Moot Court Team of
would get the group together again and PATRICK pact and believes he could "go straight to Robert Summers, Jack Coe, John O'Don-
treat them, Patrick O'Neal wrote on his O'NEAL where the bottle is buried." nel and Fran Johnson won Best Brief in
slip of paper that his dream was to appearIn And he hasn't forgotten the Florida competition among law schools across the ,
a Broadway play.. Players, either. nation. ,
Saturday, June,14, might be a good day I "I was first encouraged about a the=:; MEDICINE FeUp Robinson was a- ". '
for the Ocala-born actor to round up Tom I atrical career working with the Players," warded first place nationally in Medical
Henderson, Johnny Walker and Charlie ill says O'Neal of the University,of Florida Arts competition for,research on cardiovascular ( -;: \
Bostwick and pay off his debt. O'Neal will drama group which also lists actress Faye' ; disease by the Student National '
be, coming home to, be honored as an the University' In 1948, he not only has ,Dunaway as a former member.'"We bad Medical Association. Craig Spencer was
"Outstanding Alumnus" at the Universityof starred on Broadway but has also become, great profs and a, close hardworkinggroup. given the 1975 Student Award,from thee
Florida's commencement. one of busiest television and motion .'*' American Federation for Clinical Re-
Since the theater major graduated from picture actors in the country. ,He most But an'experience in Italy proved,the, search. Judy Bausher received the Sher-
turning point in O'Neal's career. He was: eard-Sanford Award from the'American '
Auto Wreck' ,Landed' Her Invited to Italy with a'group of:actors, Society of 'Clinical Pathologist for ,her
slated to perform five dramatic vignettes' 'pathology research. Mark Gold won two of:
I I at the Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto;, eight awards presented at the National
'College Presidency, O'Neal was rehearsing the,.title robin, Student Research Forum sponsored by the'
''Tennessee Williams character-- 'sketch. American Association',for neurological
entitled:"Shannon//* research.: .
One,of the nation's only five'-womenpresidents ,Each day;the company: :would receive' :ATHLETICS: Linebacker\Ralph Ortega''
of a public community college new pages' of manuscript as' Williams 'and offensive guard Burton! Lawless were
: will be honored,by,her'own alma mater, continued to write and rewrite the sketch. named All-American In football.ALL-SEC
; June 14., :By the'time the festival opened, the play; Football honors went to' Ralph Ortega,
She is Dr. Emma Schulken a long-time 'was called: "The Night of the Iguana",with Glenn Cameron,;, Lee, McGriff,_Preston;, !F.k (
resident'of Cocoa,'and now president'of, O'Neal playing the,role of"the'defrocked\ Kendrick and :Randy; All ;SEC \ I
Highlands-(Virginia) Community College. DR.:: EMMA' in. inister;; Academic Team Honors went:to-Jimmy
The University of Florida win make the ,SCHULKEN High critical acclain for that performance ,Kynes and Buster Morrison. _
1959 master's degree graduate'' a distinguished led'to scores of other successes In. Juan Diaz placed first In singles in the
alumna' at, Its spring Commencement ;the theater and,eventually O'Neal also, SEC,,with the'UF tennis team tying for'
ceremony. became abusil; sman. He now owns six' ,first place with,Georgia.A .SEC.Confer
Also hola t' of a Ph.D. degree: from restaurants? including the Ginger"'Man,, ence tennis honors went to Diaz, Dave
Florida State University, Mrs. Schulken :wblch"O'Neal his"brother' Mike' and, Pressly, Jim,Oescher, Chip ,Brown'and
says it Is largely a matter of fate that she former Sigma Alpha;,Epsilon:fraternity John Kunnen; '*
became president of,the fttastudent col- >my French history,'* and resumed"a 'brother Ned McDavid opened near''New 'Tim Granowitz and Henry Jackson won, I" '
lege. Except for a near-fatal automobile teaching position at Brevard Community" 'York's Lincoln Center In 1964..' first place:In SEC,wrestling competitionand
accident In 1963, she believes she would College In Cocoa. 'She had Joined' that Another University of ,Florida friend, were'named to the AJ.L.SEC'team.
probably: now be teaching history or faculty when the,college opened its doors, Ocala: mining executive Whitfield Palmer; The UF Indoor Track Team placed first
political science. in 1960., believes that no matter how many In the SEC Individual places going to
Her master's degree thesis on,French By 1965 and married,Dr. Schulken was personal successes come to O'Neal, eitheras ,Will Freeman In the: pole vault,,, Mike
politics so Impressed UF political scientist fascinated by 'the idea. of community an actor ',or: restauranteur, 'he' won't Sharpe in the triple jump and, the long
Manning Dauer that he Insisted she applyfor colleges and entered the Ph.D. program In' change much from the "easygoing":' 'jump, and 'to the Mile Relay' Team of,
a Fulbright scholarship. She 'won the educational administration at'Florida roU.with-the-punches'roommate"' he had\ Beaufort Brown Horace Tuitt Noel Gray:
scholarship, and continued her research State University.;, Awarded her:doctorate': ,back in 1946. and Wimpy Alexander.. The Mile',Relay
Into French politics at the University of in 1968,'she returned to the University of "He'' was a senior and I was a ,Team also won first place In the'NCAA-
Grenoble from 1961 to 1963. Florida as a residence hall counselor,then' freshman,"',says Palmer; 'remembering'one Frank Betts, Dennis Skelton and Kevin
"I returned to the United States with all joined Highlands College in 'Abtagdon, incident proving'just how"easygoing Holzwart' were named to the ,ALL-SEC
my research'completed and was preparedto Virginia, as dean 'of Student'Services in O'Neal was back, then. "One'' night 'Pat Cross Country Team. '
reenter the University of Florida to 1971. She quickly became dean of the pulled an all-nighter for a Spanish ,final, Gator golfer Phil Hancock placed first In
complete a Ph.D.," the native of" Ninety ,college and then president got dressed the next morning and drove his SEC Golf competition. '
Six,South Carolina, recalled. "A few days Meanwhile, her husband Samuel teaches car over to the exam. The women s swimming team placed'
after my 'acceptance ,interview "at the in a' community college; but not for "When he came back that afternoon, I' first in Women's Southeastern Intercollegiate -
University, my roommate and I were President Schulken. He commutes 40' asked him how the test went. competition with Southeastern:
clobbered by another car." miles each day to Southwest VirginiaCommunity told me he didn't know. He had park Individual recognition Carol Goerke..
The then Marion Walker woke up.three College, near Richlands, car out In front of Anderson Han, turnedoff National competition and Ail-American
days later in a hospital bed, spent anothersix where he is associate professor of music the ignition and caught up on the sleep recognition for golf have not yet been

weeks recuperating, "forgot, all. .about and humanities. he's missed the.night before.", ,announced.. ,

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13,000 Expected for Summer Quarter I I

prang Quarter classes end today. Final
lions begin Saturday and continueugh Campus Schedules ChangeFor have summer quarter hours.

i June 13. A week-long break in .
; follows June 16-20. f LIBRARIESLibraries
(Regular Registration for those notrrently Between Quarter Break
enrolled or for those who were East and West will be open till
1 June 12 for the convenienceof
In a.m.through
ble to participate early registrationbe
s students for The Law
be held Friday, June 20. According to studying exams.
Clniv Library will maintain the same late hours
gistrar Vernon Voyles, a record sum-
June 10.
ber enrollment of approximately
13,000 Most libraries close at 5
Produced by the Division of Information p.m. 'Friday,
dents is expected. Last summer I Publications -
11,200 Services to communicate official notice & June 13,for the whole weekend, though the
udents attended summer quarter. important information to Students, faculty I taff iciest Hume Library will be open till 6 p.m.'and'
June '23 is the first at the '
Monday ,
day of University of Florida. the Music Reading Room Is closing for the
lasses for summer quarter and the firsty
entire break and the Mead Library for the
of drop-add. Students may droo and entire

kdd courses or change sections: through deferment of fees without the$25 late fee is Some campus services will be curtailed The Health summer.Center Library will be open
onday,June 30.Deadline for payment or Thursday, July 3. during the quarter break and others will till midnight June 13 and '21, 8:30

a.m.-12:30 p.m. June 14 and 22, and 8:30
a.m.-10 p.m. weekdays during the break.
Weekdays during the break,most libraries
ole, Scope of State Universities To will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., though the

Chemistry, Engineering, and Business
Administration Libraries will close during ,
Be Updated in New Regents' StudyUpdating lunch, and the Physical Education LI-
brary's hours will be 8:15 a.m.-4:30: p.m.
The Law Library will be open 8:30
of the State University Sys- Stafford has described the revised role university. It also deals with interinstitu- a.m.-ll p.m. June 22.. Except for the
I tern's Comprehensive Development Plan and scope statements to be incorporatedinto tional coordination and cooperation, con- Health Center, all other libraries ,will be
I(CODE)begins in earnest this week with a the new CODE document as "the tinuing education,future expansion, space closed the weekend before summer quar-
bearing scheduled at the University of blueprint"for the future of each universityand needs and capital outlay and other ter classes begin.
I North Florida., as such they will be our public comprehensive planning for the System,,
All other universities In the System will statements of program priorities." as well as each University.In REm UNION
(present their opening cases during the Chancellor-designate York has estab-
remainder of June and early July,with the lished a revised CODE document as a the 1969 document the University The games area at Reitz Union will openan
University of Florida the last to be priority matter for his administration, Florida and Florida State University are hour late June 14. June 15 its hours will
I scheduled.Dr. which begins July 1. President Marston described together as having "similar be noon-ll:30: p.m. Weekdays during the
Joseph Stafford, presently serving also called for CODE revision as a priority educational goals. They offer diverse break it will be open 10 a.m.-ll:30 p.m.,
as special assistant to Chancellordesignate item in his inauguration address. undergraduate, graduate, and,profes- and the weekday before summer quarter it
E.T. York, and Dr. Joe Olander, The State University System currently sional programs of study and',conduct will close at midnight, opening at 9 a.m.
special assistant to the Commissioner of operated under the 1969 "Comprehensive extensive research.Their primary roles in June 21 and at noon June 22.
Education for Post-Secondary Education, Development Plan of the State University the State University System, therefore, The Arts and Craft shop closes at 5 p.m.,
will visit each campus"to discuss some of System of Florida, 196940 (CODE), Phase will be to serve as centers for advanced June 13, for the entire break. The
the major issues which you and your 1." That 158-page booklet sets forth the graduate and professional studies. For the Activities desk will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
administrative team consider to be most basic objectives and goals of the entire most part, students' selecting either of weekdays during break.So will the Barber
important' Stafford wrote President System as well as the unique characteristics these universities for undergraduate study shop, which has additional 9 a.m. to noon
Robert Marston. Stafford said he and of each university. It spells out 30 will be preparing themselves for admission Saturday hours June 14 and 22.
Olander would also like to meet with academic areas and the extent.to which to graduate professional study and
"appropriate"faculty and student groups. each was to be developed in each advanced graduate study." FOOD SERVICESThe

Arredondo Room in the Union will
dose at 1:30: p.m. June 13 till classes start
Olympics for Mentally RetardedIs June 23.The- .
Union Cafeteria doses at'2 p.:it..
June 13. Its June 19 hours will be 5-6:30

p.m.; June 20, 5-8 p.m. Saturday, June 21,
Seeking 1,200 VolunteersUp it will open for breakfast, lunch and

dinner, 6-8 ajn., 11 a.ox-1 p.m., and 6-8
p.m.Only breakfast will be served June 22,
to 1,200 volunteers are needed to plete instructions will be given prior to Department of the College of Education 6:304: ( a.m.
assist with the Florida Special Olympics every event. will offer education and information The Reitz Union Snack Bar will be open 7
for the mentally retarded being held on Persons and groups may volunteer by sessions for chaperones, workers and jn.-ll p JXL June 13, and 7:30 a.nx-2 pirn.
campus Friday, June 20, through Sunday, telephoning Barbara Adams at 392-6094 volunteers during the Olympics; June 14 and dosed aU day Sunday June 15.,
June 21 between 11 ajn. and 1 p.m. weekdays.The The goal of the Florida Special Olympicsis During break, hours will be 8 a.m.-3 p.nu;
Approximately 2, 00 persons from 65 special Olympics is a cooperative to provide a sense of, achievement for Monday-Wednesday,8 jm.-ll p.m. Thursday -
Florida counties in the endeavor among the state, local organizations mentally retarded persons who have little ,and 8 a.m.-8 pan.Friday. June 21 the
competitive and vole events. and many units of the University of opportunity this type of activity In their Snack Bar will open at 6 ajn. and June 22

They will stay In campus dormitories andbetttxeopaiiiedbyabout690chaperon Florida the Athletic Association, the daily lives.Students. at 6:30: a.m., closing at 11 p.m. both days.
Intramurals Division of the College of Interested in returning to The Johnson Hall Cafeteria will close at

one for every four Physical Education, the Housing Office, campus to assist with the program can 2:30: during exams next week,and close for
Most of the volunteers will be and the J. Wayne Reitz Union. This year arrange for housing in Graham area the break.
needed Saturday, June 21, to officiatetrack the UF Alumni Association is aiding by dormitory rooms for tuG per night, and Several cafeterias (Coed, Hume Johnson
should call Joe Ball in the Office Hall and Tolbert will dinner June
: and field events, gymnastics, tog of fund-raising to help cover some expensesof Housing ) serve
war, swimmiag, basketball and bowling the event, and the Special Education 392-2172, immediately. 20, breakfast, lunch and dinner June'H,
and breakfast June 22, forth.convenience
uaist competition In special from 1:30 tun. to 2 p.m.sportsexMbiUoai ; to 3 UF Students Among 500 WinnersOf of those attending the Special OJ1mpbCDlPUS8IIOP68OOU1'ORB ;

and Virg. la the
afternoon; and to refreshment booths Fulbright-Hays Scholarships

Deeded mdarini for the opening..,. ceremonies votuateerswffl beginningat be Three University of Florida students are lion offfcMf mate the final selection.. The Campus Shop and Bookstore in fee
6:30 track the 500 chosen from across the UJ5. Chosen from UF were PhJ candidates HUB will be open S '.....-4:. p.m.
.and field p.m., Friday for some to receive FulbrlghfrHayi Grants. Fourteen James Lynn Buschman., education major weekdays during the .break sad steamerquarter
events from to 9 Friday
I 7 p.m. UF students applied for the grants from Lansing, Mich who will ..tudyBrazil' closing OB .aab>td .
evening,and to serve aa gulden and man Foundation national literacy movement In
.information If which the Fulbright-Hays
rain Friday afternoon. awards with assistance from the State Nova Friburgo;; Ronald Salley engineering H9t>r r8
needed cancels events, volunteers. may and other federal agencies for student from Nicevflle, Fla., who
SUIIda y. Dgraduate study abroad. will study hydraulically induced structural Dorms will be open. throvaft AM 14,
Some volunteers are,Deeded to go to vibration at the University of Karlsruhe In when all close for tfca summer except .the.

work now, making posters; planning Final selection of grant recipients Ispplicantthwishes Germany; and David Burch, economics Towers, Jam, and Broward Derma
hospitality, awards and special ceremonies country in which thecountry major from Gainesville,who will study the and Reid, Bucbaao,Herfe HaBaai Puke .
; and arranging for special materials to study.Each is potential contribution of Brazil's soybean co-ops, 'which wffl remain open dIrIIC
and equipment needed for the events. industry to industrialization in Southern break for the oeaveaAeae of sluedeMtmoyiii
: tarto'StateDegartpenl *.,.. .
.' No given a narrow *n..i.uH." ...
special skills or knowledge is peeded J educe Brazil. 'ynto ......' ;
and crimentanc lThis
'p, Ofl\dftfnl.\ .COtJl"4_ '-OEd\eirslty\$f Florida.tng ts}in Eqwu EmploYw ent b'p' ib itlirilty\ A iim Ut ( cionf l 'rt ptoy, '


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More students selling 'j f

If you are athletically

books at SG exchange I j oriented summer inclined work, or full is availableif people time i

j you are free from Continental Yogurt .4/$1
3pm10pm.l Opportunityto
gain business experience I reg.57e flavors
positions are
Alligator Staff WriterIn "" will be donated to prisons" available in Gainesville, i Apple Juice gallon... $2.50
hospitals or Sunland, and
the past year, more than Jacksonville, Tampa, & I $3:38MONDAYSATURDAY
660 UF students discoveredthe books that "will still be used Ft. Lauderdale. i reg.
Student Governmentbook fall quarter will remain on the ii ii iI i i
exchange was an easy shelves and go on sale in the j I '
way to make money. Out.of-date books fall.The money from the sales for interview call June 9-14 (or supply)
Since the book exchange of the books will for the
be donated to pay I
opened during fall quarter operating cost of the book 376-8821 MOTHER-EARTH
Steve Christovich book prison and hospitals.books exchange," Christovich said. Bo4N.w.
exchange director, said "total I j NATURAL ]WBBS< 13th stsWjr"
sales have been close to Employe salaries, triplicate ,
8000." copies of cards (one given to wo .........
THE NUMBER OF SG, one given to the owner
students selling books has and one placed in the book c &
tripled over the past three before it is placed on the '
quarters, he said, citing ,shelf) and "general paper
figures which showed 123 work" are the three major
students sold books fall operating costs of the book
quarter, compared to 346 in the book exchange at exchange, Christovich said.
I' students spring quarter. the beginning of the quarter "We also must pay
Thirty minutes before the still remained on the shelves. students if their books are -
book exchange officially stolen. he added.
closed for the 1975.76 Christovich said books that Christovich said he could not
academic year at ,4 p.m. were not picked up will estimate'the number of books
Thursday, 40 per cent of the become the property of SG. stolen.

I ,' Summer : busy forSG -S5

.Bj MICHAEL BRADLEY perform in their official capacities. OV P GP 0
Alligator Staff Writer
Student senators who will not be on campus THE NEWLY appointed cabinet will beginits a QTR 52V
next quarter have named their summer duties following senate confirmation this p c e '
replacements.Those summer.
summer replacements who have not According to Lobeck, cabinet nominationswere
already been confirmed by the Student Senate' made with the consideration of summer. .
will be approved at the senate's first summer attendance in mind. 5th Ave. at the comer of 12th,St
session. Two and possibly four cabinet appointeeswill
SUMMER REPLACEMENTS are tem not be in Gainesville during the summer,
porary and will relinquish their seats in the but temporary replacements will serve until
fall when regularly elected senators return. the fall, Eaton said. ANC .
During the summer, the senate will The Honor Court, acting under new ad.
maintain its' schedule of meeting, every ministrative procedures and beginning the IS THE 0COLL .
Tuesday night and senate committees will one-year "wait-and-see" period granted by
continue to function, according to Senate UF President Robert Q. Marston, is expectinga
President Art Aspinwall. busy summer. OVER ;
i. The executive_ branch will also remain According to Honor Court Chancellor ,
active. Byron Petersen, investigations of cheating
Both Student Body President Jim Eaton charges dropped I last week,will continue this )
and Vice President Dan Lobeck are enrolledfor .summer and charges could be re-filed if more ,
the summer quarter and will continue to information is discovered. "

:.,.Orange and Brew to open. ,

i if beer license gets okay OR t aE l ,'

jB'IIELIN.\ W1 ..AI. been complied with by Orange and Brew!'
'j' AUlgtaf.Wvr ORANGE BREW WAS approved by the
'' Barring ""catastrophe.,the Orange;Brew Alachua County Health )Department and
,will open June 23 in ,the J. Wayne Reitz tentatively approved by the Florida
'Union. Restaurant Commission.The .
'v, The"catastrophe" could be a possible beer .restaurant commission' requires 'hot
.>.license rejection'' by the, state ,beverage and cold ,water, handwashing facilities .and
commission,John :W,Neely, assistant directorof building construction that ,will not ,attract
union- operations said.. bugs. Overton: said. .. DON'T LEAVE THEM! ,
., "WE HAVE TO COMPLY with local NOW,THE Orange, and Brew has to be ; :,
ordinances as far as city county,-state and ready ,to,serve patrons-,before ,the beverage TAKE THEM HOME TO MOTHER.. '
,federal regulations are. concerned," Bob commission will approve it, Overton said.If ,
Overton director of food services explained. the restaurant commission approves OR LET US, HELP YOU FIND THEM
Servomation a Gainesville business, Orange and Brew, after final equipment ,
..operates UF's Orange'and,Brew.. installations the beverage license will come. SOMEONE LOVE THEM LIKE' '
One local ordinance requires a distance of within ten days, according to Overton. :t
300 ft. between a liquor-licensed building anda The hours for the summertime will be from THEY LOVE YOU!
church. l la.m.-midnight Monday through Thursday;
David West, attorney handling the 11 a.m.-la.m. Friday and Saturday. It will. be

licensing said, "All local regulations have closed Sunday..",. .II..:.;.-,-.-':..'.I.t. ._...'.,'..;':.I;-, ..'1./.<.S., ".t.,. ..,'i. .'. 'i? .:'.. ,-.:.;,IJLk4'NE J! SOCIETY 373-5855

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The Elderberry.egant 3-bedroom,2-baths.Formal entrance The Larkspur Villa. Has a sunken Th Jasmine Vffla. Has a sunken .'::'\

foyer.Sunken living room.Covered garden and patio. 2-car garage. living room with cathedral ceiling. living room with cathedral ceiling. Pass- I,..

Formal dining room. 26' patio. throughs from kitchen to dining room and ..,.
2-bedrooms, 2-baths. l-cargarage. patio. 3-bedrooms,2-baths. 2-car garage. t

r r.rr :!{ r The Balsam Villa. Large
Y i h t; :
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The Azalea Townhouse. The Dogwood Townhouse. The Camellia Townhouse. The Hawthorn Showplace of
4-bedroom townhouse has This home has 3-bedrooms, Lovely, traditional home with The Forest.Covered porch. 2-story foyer.4bedrooms

master bedroom with windows 2 Vz baths, Garden, and paho., 2 master bedroom suites and -baths.. 2-car garage.
overlooking patio Formal dining room. 2 Vz baths


The Femwood. Large living, family and dining rooms designed around The Greenbriar. 4-bedroom 2-bath home designed for easy entertaining -

big kitchen. Master suite separated from 3 other bedrooms 2-car garage. Large living room, family room and 2 patios. 2-car garage

The Forest of the Unicorn now brings something new and exciting you to go boating and fishing.The lakes are surrounded by toweringto

Gainesville. grand parade of townhouses, patio villas and single trees and natural greenery '
family homes in Gainesville's only totally planned, residential community. The Unicorn Cub opens a world of recreation to make living hereEverything .'
about the Forest was planned to exceptional, starting an experience you'D delight in every day. Facilities will be available for '

with" our unique architecture' In a setting of rare natural beauty.The parties and there will be gameroonts: ,,exercise rooms and saunas '
buildings were designed with eye-catching elevations, and the to help you keep trim and: healthy.
exteriors of handsome woods to blend with the Outdoors: and now under construction, Is a magnificent
,environment are The ruggedly homes were aD planned for easy living, with swimming pool. A wading poOl for kids plenty of all-

room arrangements that make housework, light, and enter- weather tennis courts and handball courts are ready for.your '!
built with thefinestmateSsandworkmanshiptoughoutThetownh enjoymentjust as soon as you move Into the Forest ." ,
'out that once people see our planned
'of life with all its comforts and leisure '
community ,
grouped In neighbor- way
homes and homes are
patio single family of and a time activities, the}' want to share In aU The Forest has to offer
hood clusters maximum privacy
to provide a Why not visit the Forest of the Unicorn today,'and see '
minimum of
f traffiC
Lush landscaping: has been created with care and imag- for yourself. Join our parade: Everyday from 10 to dusk' r

mation.You'll see,sparkling lakes all around that Invite PrIces start at$34.990. :" "

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2500 N.W. 45th Avenue Gainesville. Florida 32605.Telephone ((904)) 377-2730.

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WEEKDAYS $1.50U" ]

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l SI( I.I \ GARAGE SALE Including a 74 ford
Wedding Bondt, Enoogvment Rings VW bug 1965 $450 surfboard 9 ft
Trodltlonol or Contemporary deilgnt of noble pintail $30 call 376-0823 (a-5t- pinto plus many other good articles
233 W.$t Unlv Ava 377.3013 7:30 4 9:50 your choice. Hondmode for Indlvlduot 147-p) everything priced to sell. If not sold
1027 SW 7 Ave (a-21-
who wont the best. Original work by Gltane.tour-de-france 53 frame w- throwing away
South'* leading Artl.... Matter Gold campy, welnmann and strongllfe 150-p)
Smith end lopldlst. Uncondillonol/ parts good deal for $195 perforect Girls ten speed bike, must sell now.
the most highly acclaimed film of the year Guarantee. OZ2K By appointment only. for racing or touring, call 392-7901 Lock and chain Included. asking
373-3894 ((081QS.p112'x6O' ) (a-5t-147-p) -- 145 call 392-7481 (1-3f 130-p)

((2 large bedrooms kitchen 12x60 2br mh air-heat washer utility STEREO rca portable with stand
bath + living rm.) fully turn air shed covered patio almost new w-w plays good sounds. good. $40.00 call
is the cond. reasonably priced very good shag carpet close to campus In 37x6843 after 5:00: (a-1t-151-p)
"shampoo location phone 373-2570 after 5pm. alamar gardens call 378-8922 $3300
most virtuoso example of (a-6M46-p) (a-3t-149-p) FOR

sophisticated kaleidoscopic farce 197312x60 mobile home excel!cond.w- CALCULATOR Hewlett packard 35 IS ITI/
that american moviemakers a.carp living 1 bitch, Iniulat roof.to be I(trig runctlons, memory, used one Last chance to move Into your own
told In cog. call otter 5.00: or wkendi guarter$135.00373.2214 (a-3t-149-p) room In a really beautiful 4-br
have with: !house In N.W. section Mellow
ever come up 373-8530 (o-9t-l43.p! ) for sale 1974 suzuki ts 100 low
-.....u.I._,....,........ raleigh 10 speed bike, sprite 27. mileage and In excellent condition land roommates., tofu Over trees an outside.acre of shaded..with

almost new cond. $70 or best offer. great for street or dirt $400 with photo darkroom studio,real wood
"the la dolce vita'for the 1970': call Steve 373-5979 (a-4M48-p) 'helmet and m.nuaI37'-1752 (a3t149p and brick Inside. FURNISHED|

-.....ciM,MW pu........... Must sell dining room table .4 ) $90 month + 'I. utll. Call us at 377-
chairs and 2 bar stools $40 also MENS TEN SPEED 27" Schwlnn 5232 NOWI It's much more than
aurora afx electric race 'set best Continental I book rack lock and lust a place to hang your hat.
"it is be smash.
going to a offer over $25 call tort I 373-7359 (a1"'p chain good shap $65 or best offer. b-at-150-p)

,,> i think it will be one of the biggest "- ) Call 37170243t1"p( ) Efficiency apt. 1 block from

pictures in long, long time: for sale 1973 summerhill trailer 3br Doberman Puppies For Sale, '7 reds campus Available lure 16 WO a
-.......,nbc-rv. 2bath air$800 plus payments or best ((4 females, 3 males) and 3 blacks month Come by and see 1I30B nw
offer archer rd 305 461-8980, ((2.4?- (females: ). Females$50, Males$70. 1st ave or Call 372-2243 (b-1M51-p)
Call 3727646. (a-3M49-p)
Rent own room In 2br house for'
.. "" : warren beatly 10 Speed Bike Excellent Cond. dbl bed 8 springs, water bed. ismmer option to stay a-c, big
christie. hawn $55.00 Call Bob 3739912 evenings rocker, shag rugs, vac. cleaner, yard nice house S75-month
_ Julie goldie (1J) desk chair, clothes 373-
( ;: (a3t-149p) paintings Mellowness welcomed call 274-4713
:: 1- 1973 GRAND PRIX model J gre.trunning 5383 (a-3t-l49-p) (b-lt-151-p)
condition, minor body Sacriflcel leaving town and must Sublet for summer. 2br Summit
\ work. Price negotiable call Glenda sell pegeout 10 speed bike. Great house Apt. Rent $165. Call 373-5413.
condition.$40.00 best offer!I Call
or (b-1M51-p)
376."" (a-"-147-nc)
Don 392-8097 after 5p.m.3"(. ''-
i1p Kenwood receiver 22 watts per ch.2 P) (for; rent walk to campus. 2 bdrm
ultranlnear 200 speakers like new unfurnished apt. summer qtr with
under warranty ask for dave after FANTASTIC DEALIt TWIN fall option. nice wood floors. new
10 am 392-7628 (a-7t-15frp) MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING paint clean. $150 377-0546 keep
lee grant Jack warden Mny bill JUST $15 excellent condition 373-. trying (b-1t-151-p)
Sofa and chair set$150. End tables 1467 (a-3M49-p)
-..robed Iowfte..Wlrren.beatty'" and coffee table $60. Matching Roomates needed for FALL. Own
....".........,richardtylbert: ....dipauaimaii dressers and mirror ((10 drawers) For Sale: Lifted Waterbed Nine rpom In Oak Forest 3 bdrm townhse
R -RESiRIC1Ep warren beaU, *. MihalaalibyMIDNIGHT $50 All In fine condition. 373-5435 (C.- Months Old With Liner And Pad Apt. A.C., Tennis, pool, etc. must
$60. 37339913t9p)
-- -"- bnwthk..nhrrr+an..Arw.ky.IWnvw.R..w.. 2MSO-P) knoW soon. call Jamie 377-1164. (Ic.
1 acre lot for sale with 3bdrm. 2bath 1t-m.p)
trailer. Located In Newberry, 17 prof's house for summer quarter. 4
; ml. west of G'vllle;Call 472-2870 for ml from unlv. $50-mo + utilities +
SHOV ':l t _: ; Info (a-lt-151-p) yard care. call 376-7979. (b-lt-151-

;:;::i -h for sale, :1972 mobile home, 2 bdrm P)

-I.:; .... ..{... 1 bath, central air & heat, front sublet I bdrm In turn townhouseapt.
": S.tt101i3h kitchen. Located In archer, you can alrcond.. pool close: to campus
Ttypvr.N : 5.
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HAROLD & MAUDEWINNEmCAMMYMWNUS .. rent lot or move trailer call Rita $150 for 6-19 thru 9-1 call carol 377-
.Curly P.ttfionent.77X43 : 495-2084 (a-lt-151-p) 0041 anytime (b-1t-151-p)

./ ; ', For only $60 per month rent a room
< In the Place Apts across 13th St
from Tiger Hall with a pool and
sauna call Alan 377-7011 (b-lt-1S1-
3:30 1 or 2 female roommates needed to
7:00 o"l:. share 2 bedroom 2 bath apt fall qt.
':30 'A rent and utilities for more Info
't Q call anytime 392-9595 mary or kathy
1\\.'" l. (b-lt-1S1-p)

i."o.. ( S1 TCH.OFII0 D 0)0' duplex 1 br. sublet for summer fall

.S: 11t'I,. option 3 blocks from campus $150 a
." ... #\\, month furnished 328 nw 143$. call
'" :-- L\ 273-4604 or 392-1183 before 5. (b-lt-
"y ". mop)

Sublease for Summerl I La Mancha
A' apts. Color t.v.l I Swimming Pool I
J Close to Campus) Females only.
;. Please call 378-4324 ask for Norma

summer only own room In large a-c
.' house with law B> graduate studentsone
ART block to norman hall 377.1597
no deposits-prefer female grad. std.D3M49P .

meals' maid .service lovely quiet
Y: O residence availablefor non
smoking grad student or faculty
member $125 /no. 376-"" or 372-
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-Summer FOR.RENT sublet nice 2-br 1 bath FOR AU RENTS RENT SlASHED I FOR RENT FOR RENTfemale WANTEDFemale WANTED

apt in N.E.lee avail. June 15-sept 15IllO (Special Summer Rates) Desperate! roommate needed for 'roommate wanted: Own Roommates( ) for Fall, to roomot,wonted for summer qt,. in 2
mo. total nice neighborhood $''OOlo$125PERMO. summer own room' furn. unlv. bedroom at Oak Forest Townhouseapt. Share Master Bdrm 'In Beautiful bdr. I 1'i\ both townhouse at In the pine.

please call J7J-M4I or 392-7014 (b All units' 2 BR. furnished with air gardens trace. share apt. with V* utilities, rent $110 per Brandywine Apt, 2 bdrms, 2 baths privote bdr. $105 mo. 4Vi util. toll
3M49-) ___ features.Available. grad student very private, cheap month. Call Donna at 3789285 $80 mo. + '.3 uti I.or.Rent negot for dennis or dove 373-7777 (c-5t-UI-p)

sublease country garden apt Vi June for lease'through Aug. 31s 372-457T or 374-5963 (3t-U9-p) anytime (b.5t.50.p) One In Own Bdrm Lynn 392-9395 (c- Student willing to pay $255 for room

rent free with option to rent for fall Proiri. View Mobile Village. JUNE RENT FREE AVLB JUNE ROOM In house Share kitchen, 5M47-p) and meals thru summer quarter block

.t old rates furnished 1 bedroom 378"44" 373-3284 161 bdr apt ac, 2 blks from campus living room util. $55 mo. $30 dep. Male 'roommate needed for nice from campus central air, co-op housing.Kim .
near med center 1724854 373-5050 Available lo new ttnantt onlyl) 303 nw 17 st 372-2744 call between Summer and-or'FALL. 322 N.W. large house, own room .> bath, 75 ot Clo. 372.9328 (c-19t-33-p)

(b-5t-149-p) 8am-11am and 4pm,8pm (b-31-149- 15th Terr. Beth's room. (b-2t-150-p) .mo. Vi utilities prefer responsible wanted 1 conservative roommatefor
(b-5MI6-p I ) PI)
2 male roommates needed to share Special Summer Rates 2 bdrm, "5nlor or grad student, 373-5018 fall. Country Gardens Apts.
master bedroom at gatortown male roommate french sublet available fowl lune rent free ac unfurn, carpet, pool $150 per alter 5 (c-3t-149-p) 95.50 a month + Vi utilities.. Call

starting fall quarter 60 mo. + 1-3 apt townhouse own room In mid luxory apt. 5 min. from campus month + dep. Georgetown Apts. Need 1 or 2 female roomates to Tom 373-0242 (C-4t-148-p)_
utll.378.4147 ask for tony (b3M49Pj July $75 utilities for summer Aug gatorwood 373-7579 373.9895 (b-3t- 1324 N.W. 16th Ave. 37$-175$. Act share master bdrm with own Roommate for
summer own room
fret must rent) call U9-p) howl I ( ) for fall at
) 373'9502 D-2M50-P bathroom In a 3 bdrm apt. $54 + utll at the Village. serious

FREE rent (lune Summer sublet anytime (b-3t.l49-p) ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall summer only, duplex, 2 bdrm furn. Granada. call. .pat.378-7178 or Peggy student perferred. Call 373.9274 (c4M48p -
option for fall Spacious 2BR 2bath $'oo for'summer rent total for own, qtr. bdr. apt. In The Village. $90 + */w carp air cond. 3 blocks to uf. no 392 9355 (C It 149 p) )_

apt Country Gardens. Nr campus, room, In 2 bedroom apt, prefer V* utilities per mo. Call 32-7381 for pets 125.00 mo. + $100 deposit avail BUMMER SUBLET: -JUNE RENT
roomate needed female own roomin
hotp., pool, ac, dlshwsh call >>6- liberal clean female walk to Jonathan. (b-3t..p) lune 374-9555 or 3921487 (b-2t-ISOPJ FREE move in 4-10 2 bdrm apt. wac. house $50 mo. 1.3 utilities very

2591 (b-Jt--p) campus nice possible option for fan For rent or sale 17 x 18 trailer air ) dw, shag rvg, large walled In close to campus no deposit call 1 373-

live In a nice place this summer. 377-1929 (b-Jt.I..p) cond, fully equlpt. S95 a mon call Immediate occupancy June rent. patio, pool. call 372.9803 after 7. (c- 2017 or 373-5741 furnished ask for

$140 per mo. sunken bathtub, WHY PAY RENTI! Buy a duplex, 377.2171 or 392.3551 near campus (b- free Regency Oaks Own bedroom, .3tl4p) Lynne (c-2t-ISO-p) "

privacy, trees, close to grocery live In one side and rent the other 3M49-P) AC pool sauna tennis Call 373-4318 female to share large bedroom In grad student or working person to

store and other services 1523 nw 7th call Wayne D. Mason & Co. Inc. Must sublet nice 3 Br unfurnished or 377-0174 (b-2M50-p) furnished apt for summer qtr. Vi share 3 bd house In nw with 2 F. 64

St. 376-2466 (b-.t.14.p) Realtor 377-i789Summer rates and house ac carpet fenced yd lease female roommate wanted for' blk from tlgert $45 mo. + 1-3 utI!. + 1-3 utll. No AC. bike to campus.

look ot our rental listings on KOVMV short term sublets available now! thur, aug 240 mon 100 dep available summer and or fall to share a two 1241 SW 4th Ave NO. 3 373..... (C.3t- avail for summer or more 373-5011

mobile homes,and opn.. before you pay Uli 3 BR unfurnished luxuries 15 75 call 373-5987 keep trying (b- bedroom apt. at Country Gardens. 14p) eves. (c-2t.I50-p)
a fee. Joel Bridges roltoi, 404 and partial utilities. A few still left 3t.''''-p) $62.25 a month and V utilities Call Summer rent apt 2 Ig bedr a-c pets
anyone 1 or 2 female roommates for sum.
for Fall. "'RCAIBO 2500 SW 34th Sublet Pam at 372-0177. (b'21-50-p' ) $150 blks to also
SW 4th Ave. (b-f '27<) St, 373-1356 (b.SM47. ) efficiency apt beginning 2 campus panelled. $35 mth. + '* utll. opt. to rent fall.
p now. Furnished, carpeted, air.' 8 Sublet luxurious Gatorwood apt. need F roomate for fall med size
Roommate needed to share 3 br call Rebby at 373-5420. (c-2t-1SO-p)
House to share' own room air blocks from campus June rent No. 1102 summer Immediate occupancy refrlg for sale good cond 373-0943
home between Royal Park 8. female small apt.' furn. air both prratd call 373-2424 after 5 pm (blt14p $40 mo. off rent ac carpeted (C-3M49-p) ; Need 1 or 2 people to share large
Westgate Own room for$75 mo. 11 spacious house with studio room,
available In June Vi block to Tigert ) furnished pool tennis court Wanted: Female roomate. One for
3 utility. Rooms furnished. Males ac,2 bin,3 bed rm. 2 car gar fenced
378-my (b-5t.i47-p) ; 373-2244 (b-St 141-p) SUBLET FOR SUMMER 2 bdrm call I Ira at 392-2571 or 373-3883 or own room or two to share. Summer yard pets welcome for summer an
Clean Pet ok Newly redecorated 2 duplex apt. walk to campus air contact Gatorwood office (b-St-150. and.or fall. Choice apt. on the poolat ,yr74 REED 378-9541 (c-2t-150-p)
B R 2 bath air big fenced yard Brick cond, private porch, furnished, p) Brandywine call 377-0898 (c.3t-

Bar BQ, cabana, patio 10 x 10 utility rm. 165 mo. call 377-0995 (b- Ibdrm apt to sublet available June 14f-p) Female roommate wanted summer
to 1 In 2 bedrm 1
qtr. occupy rm apt
NAME HAND STEREO storage workshop $173 mo. 373-5018 Ht-149-p) 15. lid per mo. Frederick Gardens female roommate needed for V
blk from Tlgert., $80 mon .+ >
after S (b-3t-l<9-p) Female' Grad Student to share 2 Apts. SW 16th Ave. Call 372-7996 summer quarter$47 per month & 1- utilities. 377-8744; Jacqul or Ilene ""f

EQUIPMENT sublet |line rent free 2 bedroom 2 bdroom country cottage seven after 4:30 or call apt. mgr.> (b4t'148p 3 utilities landmark apts. No. 45 or (c-5M50p) <.

bath on the pool hawalln village call miles to campus pets okay 378-0471 ) call Jennifer at 378-5624 anytime '
2 or 3 female roommates needed for
soon 371-71621205. month (b-6M46- $75 month cheap utilities can moveIn own rm 2bd furn ne house sum-faff (c-3t-149-p) fall In Starlight apts. behind Nor

2040 percent Off Ust P)_ June 20 (b-3M49-p) opt, cent air-heat w-w carpet, Female roomates needed, sublet .man. $50 if share room,' $100 for

female roommates wanted 2 or 3 I or 2 M or F roommates wanted to garage must be responsible prof- own room In Village apts., pets ok, own. Call Janet at 372.5021 (c-2t-
CaUTonHdm37M4MWANT bedrooms available In 4 share 4 bdrm furn ac kitchen, house grid, $100 mth."'" util, call Stu 37809543731070 $454 utll., summer quarter ISOp) -
call Laura at 376,3050 (c-3t- _
town house 1 blck behind Norman for summer. (b-4t-148-p) please
bldg at the
place apts. $50 + 1-5 Utll. 372.8604 after 4 or 3928414 149-p) Roommate for summer quarter.
377 MM (b-5M47-p) 1 Neat female rmmate, share 2 Own room In luxury apartment.
(b-3t-149-p) wanted: neat studious girl room
SUMMER RATES'LANDMARK bdrm lux apt for summer quarterown
roomate needed summer own bdrm $91.25 + half utilities renewable
Female roomate, mature neat rm Vi utilities $180 entire qtr. mate Rent $62. Country Gardens.
In 3 bdrm georgetown apt 1324 NW lease.373-41 18 camelot apts No. 204()
16 Ave S72 mo. + 1-3 utl $85 dep call large bdrm In house 2 blks from begin occup June 15 ph 377-7910 (b- Call 373.3975 HI Tom I love youl. (C-5M4SP) e
Campus $112 per month + Vt util, 5t-U7-p) (c-3M49p) _
1 377 8774 after 5
pm an equal op- Share house: own room, bike to
1st 8 last
months rent start 1
July bdrm 1 roomate wanted for summer-your
portunlty offer_(b-5t-147-p) 2 apt block from campus We're Into meditation
call 376-2315. (b.Jt.U9-p) choice of two places.either nearJerry's
Trailer for rent 2bdrm, bath ond Vi quiet area ac available June 14 yoga, Tal Chi & music. Prefer
I I') located at Cattlegol Call 373-6353 Sublease for summer, 2 bdrm, 2 175.00 call after 6:00: 373-4740 (b-5t- $64 mo call barb 373.5011 or mellow, 'open person' w-same
.1411 after. bath ac furn, large hitch, Ivlng, 1.47-p) pete 373-1888 or near campus pete general interests. No tobacco. $48
4pm. (bIOI.U3pJDonald )
dining room, bbq, pool, walk to 373-1888 (C-3t-149-p)
artistic, liberal, responsible female mo. '-f4 Utll. 378.6964 ( -St-147-p)
I campus, hospitals, comfortable roomate needed room 67.50 female roommate needed. OWN
I Coming Sutherland living .rent_P- p--neat, 37IM11P -- n. (b-2t-149- moth VI utii! call 373-SUn rachel l 715. BEDROOM, $55 mo. + 1-3 Utilities. Wanted roommate for luxury large
e 1 1 Soon I "THE DAY OF THE LOCUST' ) 'SW"9 St-pCi.: call 373.1512 or 373-2251 (c.3t.I.9-p) bedroom condo. apt. sauna, pool,
gym, tennis $50 f W utilities 373-
Roomate needed: sublet 1 bdrm in female roommate open minded for .
WANTED: 1 male rm.-mate for 8141 (c-5M47-p)
N.W. 13th STREET and 2 bdrm apt June rent free furn ac SUMMER In 2br furn apt NW sect. S blocks to _
2 br. Gatrwd.
23rd BOULEVARD LAST 7 DAYS close to campus summit house own apt. only campus air, pool, $69.00 + V, 2 roomates needed this summer 4
$45,00 a month ti utility air, pool br, 2 bath, $70 + U utilities, 1 block
room call 378 5663 after pm (b 21- utilities need quick call 377-0744 (c-

2:15 4:15': 6:05: 8:00: 10.-00( : ) 1 1DOORS ISOp) furn.sublet call 2br townhouse larry 378-6848 howalion(b-5M47-p village.) 3t.'.9-p) from must campus.have tennants Call 371.3077Ioday Immediately.,

own room share 2 bdr dup. summer roommates wanted poolside
unfurnished, 2 bath coal 372-1093.' (b- (c-SM47-p)_
$60 mo. lust out of town S.R. 26 (E. townhouse IVibath $384 utll
Unlv.) call Martin 3789704 (b2t- 10t-143-p) Landmark start lune 16 376-5616 (c- Have your own HUGE room In

ISO-p) subleasing air cond. two bed opt clot 3t.' 9-p) : Hawaiian Village townhouse apt for
summer for only$65 per month. call
Sublet for three bedroom to campus 377-8599 (b-10t-U2-p) ,
summer GOLD 8 SILVER Top price paid tor clati 3787315 or come by apt 138
house$150' mo. 1 block from campus SUBLET for summer The Place rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential. Call anytime. (c-9t-147-p
wooded lot call 376 6595 or come by Apts own room AC V utll. $40 _DUll 373-3894 .(a49t-105-p) .

1114 SW '13th St. (b-2M50-p' )_ female call Marybeth. 377-0560 (b4t148 : i female to share bedroom in 2 bed 2 WANTED responsible roommate to
share 3 bdrm modern house with
"Don't leave for summer break p) bath apt Country Gardens close to
without finding a place for fall" ROOMMATE NEEDED Own room campus call Ann 373:91$8 (c:5t"147- couple 75 per mo 1-3 utilities 377-
9587 call after 6 ( )
pm c.5t.U7.p
1. 2 bdr home-Avail Sept 1st and free utilities June August 31 P)
2. 2 bdr home -Avail Aug. 31st for $285 landmark apt., No. 6 377-
One female roommate to share
3. 2 bdr NW -Avail Sept 1st 5526 (b-4t-148 p)
.. 4 bdr SW& walk to UF room for summer. Landmark ,
LA MANCHA APT 25 pool, color tv, Apartments Cln City area. $55.00 \ a l !J
5. 2 bdr On lake i
furnished, a.c, good parties, only per month Call Cynthia 378-0485.
6. 3 bdr NW Avail Aug.
$70 |tune FREE, till Aug., iption In (c-5t-147-p)
7. Over 50 for fall 1J J
opts fall phone 373.6670 (b. t-I48'p) :: 1.t11iW
I. Also we have roommates for fall Responsible female to share lux.
United Real Estate Inc. Brokers female roommate summer own one bdrm windmeadows apt. $90 + lu.iv.; AVe.
113 NE 16th Ave. 377.6992 room In 2 bdrm ac 3 blks from Vi utll Sept-June Stop by the villageNo. ? :
campus furn. apt. '/2 utilities $65 207 Beverly (c'At.48.p) 372643 ,

r (b-fr-150-pRoomate needed for mth avail June 15, please call 378-
summer qtr. at country gardens 8738 (b St-148 p) 4 t

behind VA hosp June rent free 51.75 Sublease 1 bedroom furnished apt
per mo. + '/. util. call Gilbert 377- for $145 starting Aug 1 with optionto ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
8736 (b-2t-150'p) rent for fall. Call 378-6869 after

2 bdr. town house apt. fully furnished 530p.m.: (b-.t-48'p) a..Y cs.i' wi -

1 .r ?rvs,,. w carpet ac; extra nice 1 br apt furnished air con. near 1 FRIDAYS
$190.00 lease thru summer w- fall/ campus married couples $125 372- = :
option See at 1002 NW 39th Ave (b2t150p 1627 after 5 weekdays all day tees x. w. ttre t

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/furn. 3 bdrm apt. at Regency Oaks WANTEDfemale HE MADE A PROMISE'AND

OPEN $1.25 till 2:30 P.M. except for summer only. $85 per month roommate needed for
plus '1-3 Util. Call/ 377.8248 (b-It-iSO- summer own room in beautiful 1 2 HE KEPT ITI!
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2:00,oM. Sunday Holidays
PJ) bedroom house. $75 Call 373-7753 (C-

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Ni3a hSTiARond'WELD OVER 3rd WEEK! bedroom furnished reg $260 lust Male roommate wanted for
$199 monthly Available June 15 to Summer Quarter at Village Park
Sept 5 Lots of extras 378-6304 after poolside apt. Call 373-9155 after 5:30:
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373-0923 Roomate Wanted, summer B-2 8 1972 caprl 2600CC V6 4 on floor air DRAM8OUI-r.cycled, antique doming Terl (|-lt.1S1-p) natural lytle portroM 377-0797 camera
summit house apts behind the VA conditioning pirelll sted. radials _men'* children' men' cool suns Keith Olin thanks for all your work audio 1219 W. Univ. Avo. (",-20;

ThWedding 96.50-month Vi utilities Avail |une decor group, low mileage Brown w- dr...., gown, denim, gaberdine help. You're great. Have a great 91-0)) ,

Photographer 15 call 378-1153 (C-1M51-P)__ white Int. Tom 377-1505 377-7121 (Cg. genuine cotton recycled (joonI 13 summer love terl (|-it 1S1-p) BINDING Unique service thsis i book *

M LONBt Mature, neat, quiet female' for 3t149-p) .located at 17 nw I 17th dst. across dramboul from Cathy Gardner -: Everyone will (oumalt, personal name coil ENGlISH
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sum"( .... Own room In house $50.00 VW BUS 1969 Great Running tta. poll upttoin miss you next year but not .Ilk* I BINDERY for free estimates 373-S45e or
6:004:00: pm ONL. Ask for Betty. SELL NOW I Call 377-9994 (C-St-146- MAKE ME AN OFFER I CAN'T your cousin Terl (l-lt-151-p) WIRED FOR SIGHT

(c-lt-151-p) p) ,..... REFjUSE Jacksonville Aug 2 Renee Susan- I don't know what The EyegloM Super Mort"
STORAGEWaNhoUMIpOC. one or two roomates for summerown ,73 C-10 307 Chevy Super Van 30,000 ROLLING. STONES Tickets 37B9204 I would have done without UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
room in nice 3 bdrm apt. ac miles Engine well kept. Air shocks, ()I-1M51P) Can't wait until next yr in the Jungle 300SW4thAv.. 37S4480m5053t

ovallobU for cable tv sauna and pool only 91 per new tires 2000. 2221 NW 55th Liberal, female wanted spend wks ya big shits love Terl. (1-lt.1S1-p) ( : )

summer. 800 sq. ft.. All or fort month 376-0371 (c-lt-151-p) Terrace 3727471. (g-4t-148) camping In Nova Scotia. Share Sue P.- You are the best big sister.
male roommate wanted for fall, 1966 Triumph TR-4 body In excellent expenses for food gas and campingCall anyone could ever have. I hop HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
$20 up. have your own room at the Village condition engine and Ed 373-A343 after'pm (|-lt-151- next year will be even better. Love AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL

37JW14 85-mth call Lewis 372-0156 anytime. transmission good too. May need p) Terl. (t-lt-151-p) ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORYATiAETICS
Lease thru |une. (c-lt-1S1- )
work on timing chain asking 1050. thanks for making life worth living DALE Just think on Saturdayand Donald G.I'rott.Director 373-3059 (rn-fr-
warned: 1 dwm. roommate own call 377-8Q93g-5M47-p( ) bow columbo sawdy bob val candy one week you'll be a MRS. I 1.t3-p)
:' room $90 or 2 to share $45 each + MILLER fondue bobby Dl gunk Shoupe susan won't be losing big sister I'll be
utll. nice 3 bedroom house 7 blocks We buy good cleon used cor* eve klm kathy stew Steve cary tom gaining a big brother B Love Mln (I.| REVERE CYCLE WORKS will box
MOTORS 4222 NW 13 St. (g-l6t-
from campus summer quarter.376- BROWN randy swim team Joe chris the 1M51-p) your bike for shlpmerrt-M.OO Fret
3099 (c-lt-131-p) 136-c) worlds best roomy stoney...1! love storage over break with repair or

roommate wanted for summer and 67 Chevy Malibu Good condition I yall edpl have a good summer go Michael Joeffery Rowe, have a tune up. Also summer storage
fall In 2br mobile home In alamar AC heater, tinted windows, power gators 567-2302 love elkeubnroh' Ron happy first father's day, your 16 avallabl 521 W. University Av*.
gardens, pool, clubhouse, tennis steering, and brakes. V-$ Engine (I-1M51-P) wk.old son.Michael Peter Rowe (1-| 371575. (m-6t-116p)_
Aj $550 Call John 3718087 (g-2t-130-p) 1t-151-p)
courts basketball courts, laundry, another beaner'don't need the Sick Houseplants. Vegetables? The
game room close to campus For sale, : 1960 Flat 1200. Needs tjcean to put me In motion. need Rooty toot toot for the moon do you Plant Doctor makes house calls 376-
student or non.student, air condition brake work.call 37B1240 1 or 392-9071 only you. It's going to be a long have any Idea how much you mean 5192 Listen to Tips from Plant

{ carpet, split Vi everything between 5-6 pm $350.00 (g-2M50-p) summer for sailing alone. I love to me? 35 t.ar.lerk..later| I keep Doctor WAKA 10:15: am (m.5H4.-
MIKE'S call 373-2831 (C-1M51-P) you. bearer (|-1t-151-p) loving you more and morel 52 on a p)

FEMALE ROOMMATE PERSONALTHIS to my friend and roommate Cherle. scale of 1..64 years. to got| Scoat.(|- _
BooksIore Scuba classes starting June 9 & 10.
r Pipes onetfor$92.75-mo.plus1-I l "friendship Is not made by a crisis-" 1M51-p) All scuba equipment provided -
twofor47.00moplusUutllttles.calldonna chance to Into own It Is revealed by It." Thank Scott soulmate, first I
Tobacco Shop 3utll. > Last move your only you my happy sales, service, trips. rentals, air
373- room In a really beautiful 4br for the greatest year no tears or we have It all and keep growing Tom Allen co-host Wild Kingdomon
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5t-1S1-p) section. Over an acre of shaded while." Be .happy.. Love. Jill (l-lt- lucky we are? I LOVE YOU I Susie. Center 344$ W. Univ. Ave. 379233
sets-* land. lotsa trees outside...with 151-p) (/l-lt-151-p)
need help paying your rent? I need (m-tr-iM-c)
a place to pay rent and receive photo darkroom & studio real wood Teddy Bear I'll always be yours
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mall, but not live, fall qtr. female. and brick Inside. FURNISHED lust thank-you for the best of yourself. LOST FOUND Typing
call Mary 372-1721 after 4. (m4t14BP -
Gainesville? Can 373-0385 and let's make a deal. $90 month + Vt utll. Call us at 377- of your love, and the best of times., Prescription sunglasses men's.) )
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Rea MarketIcDanietfs at Hawaiian Village for summer Congratulations to the fletcher. Alligator Office (I MM4B-p) MOSCOW SUMMER 75 CENTER'

$61.25 per mo. + utilities Call DONT SMOKE YOUR pealing team on their undefeated Watch found near plaza of the FOR FOREIGN STUDY'S 4-week.
Sera 377-5467 (C-2t-15frp) HEALTH AWAY season pending the way were mecocaptains amerlcas. Leather Call 392- Russian Language Seminar
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call tlm 378-1943 willing to pay APPOINTMENT.' THEODORE REDS 372- divisor awards were: ugly dlv. dint costs for RD-trip Jet INY-
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summer sublet rent negotiable hi 'Weddingl IMitations from' $11.40 crazyman In chill and natural gas HORSES BOARDED: Little First Class Intovrlst
the pines 2 br unf twnhse on pool- 100. Two)week delivery. Hundred per ofttvie rich can. a special. thanks to coach Prairie Ranch. Best feed. care All Hotels Room and Full Board

option to renew OR roomate for *. Cliff Moll Printing. 1103 N. Mom. larry "It alnt my lOb" Maxwell. facilities. a mI.| from UP Roomy Russian Language Seminar,
same for summer call Bill 3786493or 376-9951. (hfc-10S) good finals go pigs (|-1M51-p) stalls' $75 pasture $35. 37M719kp Sightseeing Leningrad", Included.
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I UPD receives numerous ; varied complaints I

By KEVIN BLOOM plaintant reported being "slapped across the Hall one from Weil.Hall and one from Yon they left wallets or purses in their rooms for'
Alligator Staff Writer breasts." Hall. Police investigated and discovered the about five minutes. They were gone upon
COMPLAINTS RANGE FROM suspiciouspersons Arrests: one suspect apprehended after alarms were false.
to a molestor on a bicycle from false exposing himself to a female lying on a couch Lost property: Nineteen reports of lost return.Secunty: police in the course of making
tre alarms to assault.. in J. Wayne Reitz Union. The suspect was nota property ranging from hub 'caps to IBM their rounds, noticed a door in one of the
I Whatever the compalint. complaints have UF student and was turned in to the typewriters. However, UPD cautions that lost entomology labs was not strong enough to
tw things in common: they all take place on Gainesville Police Department. property is not necessarily stolen. Property prevent even a simple'attempt'to enter. The
JF' campus, and they are all on the upswing Breaking and Entering: two suspects Manager 'Rick Reeb said the distinction is matter was referred ,to Physical Plant
according to University Police DepartmentUPD apprehended trying to enter Weaver Hall that whoever reports'the lost property is not Division.;
( ) spokesman Jim Shuler. after hours: Both suspects were' UF students sure the property is stolen, just that it cannotbe IN ADDITION, POLICE reports include
I ,Chosen at random, the following represents and were turned into the student conduct found; ,numerous suspicious persons, automobile
|cross-section of complaints received by UPD board.Burglary Malicious mischief: complainant tow-aways and false burglary alarms.
Ion June 4, an average day:. : officers arrived at an office in reported three young males standing aroundhis Shuler advised that,students take'special
I Assault: three complainants, all white'. Bryan Hall after being called to the scene by car took a sharp object and scratched an care with, their valuables during this, time of I
I females, report that a black male,'described the custodJan.} The report states the office was asterisk on,the bumper.. When complainant: :the quarter. .
J u.five foot-five or I six feet tall, weighting .entered by breaking a window. A pocket approached.the three males.they fled.Larceny '"Incidents wallet and purse stealing
I between 110 and.140 pounds riding a five- calculator. .and a portable typewriter .were : police,''report eight counts of, increase, : toward the 'end :of the quarter,"
I speed bicycle, rode'up behind them and twice stolen. larceny,. 'most of which, occurred: in dor Shuler.said.. "Particularly: the dorms and
grabbed .them,.by, the buttocks. One com Ie'False fire alarms: one alarm at BrowardBy .mitories. Complainants generally reported libraries." .
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I Bryan against -tenure strictly. on merit basis: j' ; I

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LINDA WISNIEWSKI' Bryan said. lines'will be laid off unless more positions ate made available." 1
Alligator Staff,Writer Hie tenure decision concerned Dr. William Brown'and Dr,, ASSISTANT :PROFESSORS<<;>> such as Brown and:.Roth,
Howard Rothman both' assistant in the
professors :
communications '
: man, are required to teach five ,at:a university,before
Tenure should no longer be considered strictly on the basisof sciences'division .:of- the speech .department; years
considered. for said
being tenure Bryan .
merit Robert Bryan,'UF vice president for academic affairs financed "soft" ,
whose positions were by federal grant money
To receive tenure,'a professor must also be "outstanding"in
he said. of three research and service' the
two to
areas- teaching .
UF faculty "in this day and age of the shrinking dollar" AFTER THE department faculty voted in March 'to university, he said..
should now consider financial .restrictions when'recom recommend tenure for Brown and Rothman. they' had to
Both Brown and Rothman served assistant
as professorsfive
mending tenure for.faculty members Bryan said., decide which two faculty lines would be available to them if at UP and have'"excellent credentials"
BRYAN'S OPINION'throws merit right out the window" they were eventually granted tenure by the Board'of Regents, professors years said.,
Dr. Robert American Association of -
Sherman University Bryan said. .
Professors (AAUP) member said. A faculty line is a budgetary position financed by the state.,
Sherman said "fiscal ,restrictions" or lack,of money to 'The speech department currently has "somewhere in the '
,finance a professor's enture. are not consistent with either the neighborhood of 26 lines",and all are occupied: although not _"" "
AAUP's policy concerning tenure, nor UFs..UF all by tenured members, acting speech'department. chairmanDr. Crammingfrom- } :a. I
President Robert Q. Marston' said 'tenure (for Edward Hutchinson.said. t
professors).should be considered on merit" but a university BROWN AND ROTHMAN'S recommendations for.tenurewas ( page one) '
."should not guarantee more positions than it can finance." I approved by.''the Arts and Science .Advisory Council the night before, but until then I 'don't'care," he'said as he
'"EVERY UNIVERSITY in the world has to:restrict the Tuesday, which is one of several administrative bodies that cued up for a' billiards game. '
number of tenured faculty it has" Marston said adding that .approve tenure, before a.final' decision is reached. by. ,the 'A quick check on several dorm study,rooms'found them
restricting the number' of tenured faculty '.because of Regents. ': virtually empty,. Up on'lthe'' women's floor in Yulee Hall, .
"financial emergencies" was not contrary to university policy.The Brown said if the council had recommended that. Brown Victoria Bradley, 4ED.;'sat,in the kitchen'playing cards with'
Office of Academic Affairs last, month directed the and Rothman not be granted tenure, he would have sued UF. three friends. '
speech department to 'recommend, tenure for 'two' speech If Brown and.Rothman are granted tenure by the Board of Was she bothered,by: finals? .
professors on' the .basis of merit and monetary. restrictions.' ''Regents, the two faculty members who presently occupy the "I don't have any,"she,said with a smile.


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By BOB BECK AT MURRAY'S, the cost is $5 per $1,000 coverage.
Alligator Staff Writer This insurance covers your effects against fire, flood and
theft but not against breakage of packed items.
Students leaving Gainesville for the summer, caught\ Gainesville Bonded Warehouse, Inc., 3500 N.E. Waldo
with a house full.of furnishings to store have four choices. Road, has another plan. All items are stored by the cubic
Items can be stored by the item, by the cubic foot, by the foot. A minimum of 50 cubic feet is required for storage.The .
.\ pound or they can be dumped."IF initial cost for 50 cubic feet is $6.75 with,the price
YOU CAN HAUL it, you can dumpt it," Debbie pro-rated as additional footage as needed. In addition,
Moxley, spokeswoman for the Alachua County Waste there is a $10.80 handling fee which covers "packing" the
Collection and Disposal Agency, said. larger items, although you must pack the smaller items
"The county has four dumps. The one most con yourself.
veniently located for students is just past the airport, abouta ALSO THERE ISanother $6.75 to remove the items
mile and a half out on Landmark Road," she said. upon return. .
Moxley said there are no restrictions. governing what Insurance {is available at $1 per $1,000 coverage and
"you can dump or can't dump. includes breakage. .
BUT THOSE WIIO wish to preserve what they own Another option available to students is from Hill's Van
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additional item. Customers can save by hauling and 90 cents for every.additional 100 pounds.
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you for $18.90. Any carton for storage must_ not exceed the warehouse itself but Hill's will pick it up fora $29 fee.
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By DEBBIE IBERT student-inflicted damage in the dorms "varies widely every The blast blew out $1,000 worth of marble tile, sinks and
Alligator Staff Writer year" and repair costs are almost impossible to distinguish the toilet.itself, he said..
between the routine cost replacing "things that wear out." Another time, someone in Trusler Hall slammed a
WHEN ON-CAMPUS students at UF move out of the Al Kozal, director ,of residence life for west campus, bathroom door with such force that several marble slabs used
dorms every spring quarter, they typically leave behind estimates the amount of damage for his area in, the fall and for a separation between commodes "toppled each other over
broken windows, cigarette-burned carpets and hallways winter quarters to be $2,550. like dominoes, causing $2,500 damage," Kozal added.
"knee-deep" in garbage. About $1,200 of that was billed directly to the students THIS KIND OF INTENTIONAL destruction is minimal,
Directors of resident life in the 20 campus dormitories responsible, he said, and the rest is absorbed by the division of however, aad most damage occurs from what Kozal termed
report the most damage to dorms is done during dead week housing. "horseplay."
the seven days before finals week when students face "SOME OF THE THINGS students think of as funny Theft also burdens the housing division with replacing
pressures and frustrations which have built up during three like discharging fire extinguishers or plugging up toilets furniture in the dorms.
quarters. actually result in a great deal of damage," Kozal added. "Some students moving off-campus next quarter try to
"DEAD WEEK may be dead in the classrooms, but it sure The housing office only can absorb a limited number of furnish their apartments with chairs and lamps from the
isn't in the dorms," said Jack Mata, director of resident life unpaid damages, Mata said. The cost of yearly repairs is lounges Kozal explained.HE .
on UF's east campus. eventually reflected in higher rents or less equipment for SAID HE KNEW of instances where someone had cut
Most housing property destruction takes place at times dorm residents, he said. out a huge piece of lounge carpet, and someone else stole all
when residents are either "under stress or really excited, suchas Dead week this quarter posed fewer vandalism problems the room draperies.
during finals week or football season. because students are "really buckling down and getting Housing offials are starting to replace carpets with tile
Although the trend for deliberate, malicious damage has serious about their studies," Kozal said. because of the damage rugs endure. Carpeting lasts only
been decreasing during the years, UPs housing division still But it has not been this way in the past. about five years, PeeTsaid, while tile holds out three times
spends approximately $125,000 per year to repaint,. repair "LAST YEAR, some guys thought it would be great fun to longer. .
and refurnish on-campus housing. drop some M-80's (firecrackers) down the toilet,*' Mata With food stains, shaving cream, and cigarettes ground
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His name is Jack Frost and he is the chief pilot of the "Blue
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Association used for transporting cheerleaders, sportswriters, t
V.I.P.'s and various sports teams to different athletic events 'a
around the Southeastern Conference.

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under his belt. In all he has approximately 24,000 hours of \ .'.'
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being a pilot. i1
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Navy. I applied to be an aviation mechanic and was that for
18 months," said Frost.

AFTER COMPLETING aviation school in 1941 he was on
his way to flight school when Pearl Harbor was attacked."I .
was on,the way to Pensacola from NorfolkVirginia when
the war broke out. I wanted to get in combat but I'm glad I
didn't." Frost recalled. c
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KEITH CANNON nament.(No school can send more than four players.) clear-cut, Coach Bill Potter said. "Everybody would have to
Alligator Sports Writer Diaz will be joined by teammates Dave Pressly, SEC No. 2 win the first two rounds of doubles and two or three rounds of
,singles champoon; John Kunnen, SEC No. 3 runnerup; and singles."
i The last battle is now in sight for the 1975 UF men's tennis Chap Brown, SEC No. 4 runnerup. Together they will try to A good draw would help. There are no divisions in the
team. top last year's 19th place finish in the national rankings. rournament and No. 4 players can play No. 1 or No. 2 players.
The finale is the NCAA tournament, June 16-21 i in Corpus Stanford, last year's champion, should be a favorite to repeat, "What we don't want to do is play No. 1 and No. 2 players of
Christi!, Texas. But this won't be one of those "go in and with UCLA, Southern Cal, Miami,Texas, Michigan, and SEC the top eight teams in the first rounds" Kunnen said. But
get it over with" affairs. The SEC co-champion Gators feel co-champs Georgia and UF vying for the Top 10. teammate Brown seemed a little less wary of playin the likes
that they can finish in the Top 10 of possibly the toughest "I think we could finish as high as third," Pressly ventured. of NCAA singles champion John' Whitlinger of Stanford, or
NCAA net field ever. "Out there you can drop or rise eight to 10 notches. It's hardto other No. 1 aces such as Billy Martin of UCLA and Vic
"IF WE get a good draw, we will be in the Top 10 withouttoo tell what everyone will do." Amaya of Michigan. "It's better' practice," he said.
much trouble," said No. 1 player and SEC singles champ WHAT THE Gators will have to do to finish high in the And speaking of practice, that is the only playing time the
Juan Diaz, one of four, Gators to represent UF in the tour field of 90 to 100 teams and more than 300 players is pretty Gators have been getting lately. A month has come and gone
r I since the SEC tournament, a long time to go without competitive
play. "We might be a little handicapped because a lot
NCAA championships farewell of the players are out of school and playing in tournaments.
That helps a lot." Diaz saad.
I "THE LAYOFF will hurt a little," Pressly agreed. "But
for Brown and Rambo there will be a little less pressure on us out there."
party That seems tobe, the unanimous opinion. As Brown said,
"We really wanted to win the SEC's. This is just the icing on
By RICK ADELMAN yard championship in Tuitt and Alexander have level" said Benson. "It the cake."
Assistant Sports Editor 1973. been injured the entire should be interesting." Diaz added "The SEC's mean a little more. We hope to do
For seniors Beaufort Rambo was the outdoor season well (in the NCAA's), maybe have a chance for a few All-
Brown and Bob Rambo, Southeastern ConferenceSEC "The mile relay team is The Gators 440 yard Americans..But the SEC's are more traditional, fighting for
relay team will 1 .be. ,strong "
not that
the NCAA intermediate hurdle obviously trophy.
track and field ( )
championships mark the champion il1974 and that won the championship with Brown, 100 yard dashmen BUT THERE won't be any letdowns. Coach Potter feels.
end of the road. finished second this but they are stilla Stanley Harris and "Our players know it's tough. I feel that they want to do
Brown and Rambo wjll season. Rambo will be good team," said Willie Wilder, and hurdler :something at the tournament," he said.
wind up their collegiate joined in the hurdles by assistant head coach Roy Hesley Bostic. "We'll be psyched for this one because we want some
careers \in Provo, Utah this junior transfer Tom Doerr. Benson. "I think" they'llmake Harris and Bostic who national recognition" Kunnen said. "It'll help the program,
weekend where they will, In addition, Brown and the finals. will also compete individually too when you" get up. there you' ,stay for a while. It helps the
compete in the 440 yard Rambo will hook up with Benson also feels that are the school recruiting.
vaulter Will Freeman A good finish will not only mean national recognition for
dash and 440 yard intermediate Noel Gray and Curt pole record holders in their
hurdles, Westphal for the mile stands a good chance at respective events. UF tennis, but it will help the Gator players in those little
respectively. making the finals."FREEMAN things that sometimes mean a lot. For example, Kunnen
TEAM CAPTAIN relay.THE GATOR quartet HAS ON TUESDAY night explained that it helps in summer circuit tournament ,
Brown will Horace always done well in dual the Gators ,held their seedings. "Sometimes they (tournament directors. ) will ask
l be trying for of Brown, Gray
this second national and Wimpy meets and on the con annual awards' banquet at you. where you finished in the NCAA's."
individual career. Tuitt cbppcd the ferenee'level'but he hasn't head coach Jimmy. CarneV 1 'The Gator foursome would like to be able to smile .when
tltte 'aft'erwinning Alexander -
the Indoor' 600 national title indoors' but done much on the national home. they answer that question this su nmer.

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ILady: Gators -set for tennis nationals

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UF's tennis coach Sue team to the tournament be four Lady Gators including explained the 19yearoldwhose thought combining the
Whiddon doesn't like to make held in Kalamazoo, Mich., number one player Judy father coaches the confidence of playing well,the
predictions. offered her opinion on "Howit Acker. men's tennis team at familiarity of the Kalamazoo'
"1 really don't believe in should turn out if the drawis ACKER, freshman from Kalamazoo College, sight of courts and the hometown
them.Too many factors make right and the team comes Kalamazoo, Mich., will be the AIAW Championships. crowd would all work in her
I crucial differences all along through"Last competing for individual Acker said that recently she favor.
the way," Whiddon explainedwhen .year the Lady Gators honors in front of a hometown has been concentrating on her "Obviously I want to play
pursued about the Lady took a disappointing 14th crowd, and admits' that final exams, but felt that her well, but the collegiate
Gator netters and the place nationally but perhaps a few advantages are game was coming back after a competition: reaUy'ver' I
,, National Championships June Whiddon hopes her team will hers. slump. tough and I'm going to haveto
1522. do better and move up into "The courts are fast. I like "IT FEELS good to have be really on my game," said
INSTEAD, 'WHIDDON, the top ten this time. them. I've1 played tennis on my game back,"said the state the freashman.
who will not accompany her Representing UF will be those courts all of my life," champ, adding that she Acker will team with
another freshman, Barbara
Black, to make up the
I:::;t 'Frost' number UF."I one doubles pair for

HOPE Acker and Black
(from page 25) THE"BLUE GOOSE"has been Frost's for five yean now. can play up to their potential .
When Frost first got here he tried to change the famous said Whiddon. "They no prediction
,,1 for convoys and submarine warfare off the coast of South plane's name but was not successful:: have not played up to.'their and we will surely miss
; America. But he never did see any action. "I tried to change it from the "Blue Goose" to the best together all year, and. yean her."
"I HAD an easy life," laughed Frost. I never encounteredany "Hopping Gator," said Frost. "It was originally painted blue they are capable of being a
attacks but I applied for fighter duty and got patrol and silver but got repainted to white, orange and blue. The top-notch combination.: "
In double will be
+i duty." athletic teams and the student body didn't want the name to Black fills the number four Keyes
In his last 20 yean of flying for the Navy Frost has flown 78 be changed." .spot for the Lady Gators. paired with number three
for the Gaton
different types of aircrafts from planes to helicopters. Among The "Blue Goose" is a 26 passenger aircraft excluding two Senior netter Una Keyes, player Dunkin.
these he has flown a Super Constellation to DC-4's to 15 pilots. It is serviced and maintained by Mitt Bradley an playing the number two
+ types of fighter and scouter planes.In assistant to Frost along with part-time pilot Dewey Oliver. exposition, will be "Even though I know the
his last ten yean of his Navy career Frost flew transport THE FURTHEST the plane has been flown so far has been representing UF for the last Gator fans won't be too happyto
+ aircraft. He also has flown Navy football teams to different Tulsa Oklahoma. The winged wonder averages about 150 time. hear this," said the coach: ,
military establishments around the country.: In 1948 Frost flights per year but most of the flying is done in the SEC. ""JUST AS the hometown "I expect Rollins College to
flew the All-Navy team to Jacksonville.: The Athletic Association also owns the "Fighting Gator"an advantage should give Judy be the only Florida team to
THE GEORGIA native also participated in sports while aircraft that can accomodate up to seven passengers. This incentive I expect Una to put stand a good chance at the
serving in the Navy. He played football and baseball while in plane is usually used for trips by administrative personnel and forth her best effort because, title," she added.
the service. He was a fullback on the Navy team in Norfolk recruitment for the athletic teams. this is her last college tournament -
and a left fielder and first baseman for the baseball team. As for any future goals Frost said he would like to stay at ." said Whiddon. The Lady Gator coach:
After retiring from the Navy in 1959 Frost worked for a real "1 really hope that Una would make only one real
estate company: in Jacksonville and did executive type flying. UFo"I'd just like to keep flying as long as I can if my health does play well," Whiddon prediction-UF netters
Then he became the personal pilot to RJ. Reynolds of the stays good which it is at the present time. After that I would added. i should move up in their
RJ. Reynolds Tobacco:: Company.'He served in that capacityfor like to remain with the Athletic Association in some capacity, "She's been a great asset to national rankings, "They
seven yean before coming to UF. opening permitted." our team over the past few should finish in the top ten."



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By MARK JOHNSON runs and while he smacked only one home run, Bergman says
W.wont to make Planters, Alligator Sports Writer that he should be"a fourth or fifth place hitter in the lineup."
llll ratio Gre.nh Table us .and, Picnic Bnchi and to The Gator baseball team's spring season is still almost nine Nick .Belmonte also of Miami-Dade North will be
your tdcat. Com out and months away but as far as head coach Jay Bergman is replac speed-demon Joel Murrie in left field. Belmonte is
M. owr ideas tool concerned the first hurdle has already been cleared. no slow poke himself, as his 33 stolen bases this.season will
The initial and most important stage of the season the! testify, and his .342 batting average and 30.RBI's are equally'
.3325 S.W. ARCHER RD. recruiting stage has nearly been completed! with, four of impressive."This .
the five baseball scholarships already signed and"'the fifth was the kid probably most sought after in the state
expected to be announced shortly.. junior college'tournament," Bergman said, and he ought.to:
"I WAS VERY satisfied with. the boys we recruited," know having battled five other schools to acquire his services.
.Bergman said. "Things are really: looking up., We'll .have' According to Bergman, Belmonte was "the most outstanding
ihe SIMMER almost everyone back for the next two years, and we'll have junior' college outfielder in the state-"
ALL out pitchers back for the next two yean/ THE GRADUATION of Sammy Rick will also put center
place Only three. positions were ,vacated Ithis spring and according field up for'grabs, but for now Bergman plans on going with
SPECIAL to Bergman, "we.fielded them,with 'quality. people veteran Keith Morcroft a junior next' year Probably the
who can play" fastest player on the squad this season M",rcroft: hit .125 and
Probably the toughest position'to fill will be third base, was seldom used except as a pinch runner..Morcroft wins
where David Bowden led the team re.gulars"in fielding percentage the starting berth,. he will form. along with Belmonte and;
at.978 while carding the second best batting average, right fielder Terry Jones, a fleet-footed-outfield as fast or
per month 338. Bergman is looking for Terry Fitzgerald from Miami- faster than last season's trio of speedsters..:
Dade North Junior College to fill his shoes, and'the kid's Probably the most important position for the Gators next
STILL CHEAPER THAN credentials are.impressive.FITZGERALD season will be that of pitcher, and Bergman boasts two choice
LAST SUMMER HIT .330 this seasOn and knocked' in 28 junior college'hurlers to shore up a,staff which compiled a
sky-high 4.63: ERA this season.
Lefthander Ross Baumgerten will be joining the'team via
only 25 yards from Gators
campusindividual Lady get Palm Beach'Junior College where he recorded a 7.3 record
bedrooms and a 1.72 ERA. Bob Meadows,another lefty,will be bringinga
7.3 record and a 1.62 ERA to UP this season from Seminole
beautifully furnished shot at golf title. Junior College. In the strikeout department, Baumgerten
whiffed 91 batters in 94 innings, and Meadows fanned 92 in
shag carpeting
The Lady Gator golfers will adding that individually she 101.ALSO
HOURS: travel to Tucson, Ariz., June saw the'title going to UF's FIGURING in Bergman's pitching plans for next
MON.-FRI.-'IOA.AA. to 5P.MAho 18.21,to wrap-up their season Donna Horton.at season will be Bill Finney, an infielder and outfielder for the, .
the National! Collegiate past three seasons. Finney did a lot of benchwarming for the
taking fall reservations now Golf Championship. The team title' will be Gators this year due to a lackluster.219 batting average, and
determined' at the end of 72-
that the position will give Finney
Last year the UP women Bergman hoping new
placed! fifth, but all in* holes of play from the low more of an opportunity to contribute to the team.
the place durations point toward a four scores of the designated In summary, all systems appear to be go at this point for
five players.
better finish this year. the 1975 baseball season.
"ON PAPER the team Selection of the Lady Gator "On phase one (recruiting), we're right'on line," Bergman
1231S.W. 3rd Ave. competition is between designated five will be made said. "Phase two will be getting the field ready for the fall
Miami-Dade, Arizona State after two' days of practice phase three will be fall practice, and phase'four will be the
372-3557 University and us," said Lady rounds over the 6250-yard spring season itself. We're at the point now where we just have
Gator golf coach Mimi Ryan, Oro Valley Country Club. to go out on the field and work things out.". :

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