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sent Little's former girlfriend Robyn Steiner into hiding.
,* The steps of Tigert Hall were buried in horse shit. A sign Some just didn't want to get involved in a controversy of
placed amidst the manure-filled garbage bags read "We've such grim proportions.These .
! taken it from you so now we're giving it back." people (we'll call them Smitty, Chip and Rosey) had
Russell Little and three other UF students executed the murder in the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) shooting of varying relationships with Little. Their common bond was the
prank five years ago to express their frustration after National Oakland school superintendent Marcus Foster. Gainesville anti-war movement.
Guardsmen killed four student protesters at Kent State Little, now 24, graduated from UF in Dec. 1971 after Chip, who knew Little during his "politically active" timeon
University. transferring from Pensacola Junior College. campus, said Little. blended into the crowd of student
NOW LITTLE AWAITS a possible life sentence in a Three people who remember Little in his Gainesville days dissidents.
California jail. discussed their impressions of the dark haired man who will "HE DIDN'T really do anything to distinguish himself..He
I It's a long way from bags filled with manure to bullets filled be sentenced Friday.
with cyanide but a jury in Sacramento California decided ALL OF'THEM asked to remain anonymous. Some feared (see page eleven)
Little made the journey and convicted him of first degree SLA style revenge-"death warrants" such as the one that

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Surplus funds



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UF's coliseum ":


By KEITH MOVER
Alligator Staff WriterA
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surplus in student building ,funds may make a con
troversial mass-seating facility a reality for UF.
Chancellordesignate E.T. York revealed a plan las
. Wednesday to use an estimated S2S million in cash reserve ;
-, and between $25-29 million that could be borrowed agains
future revenue, to construct needed student-orientec
buildings at Florida's nine state universities.
10 YORK SAID that UF's share would be around $14..
million.
.4* WtA011V T York will ask state university presidents to submit a list p
building needs at a Council of Presidents meeting it
Tallahassee today.
UF President Robert Q. Marston said Sunday a nev
building for the College of Education would head his list o
ii A priorities, but added that a mass-seating complex would t b
the top ranking student-oriented building on the list.
York said the money involved in the plan is ear-marked fo
student-oriented buildings only.
a BOARD OF REGENTS member Jack McGriff sail
Sunday"Those bonds are set up for student-oriented tyrx
buildings-not classrooms."
The$25 million cash surplus is available because of a $2.4i!
photo by rick rosin per credit hour fee that has been included in tuition fo
Melon Fest
several years to pay off two separate building bonds.
t Watermelon seed spitters spat for top honors last tobacco spitters spitting tobacco at a tobacco spittingweekend The surplus is due to an unanticipated Increase 'it
in Newberry as Watermelon Festival contest and a 164 pound watermelon. enrollment. In addition only two-thirds 'of the projectec:
and the Alabama, building fund revenue, which is based on the anticipate
'spectators scarfed free melons caught country The mammoth melon was sent to

doings. Governor George Wallace as a gift from the people of
**.. fest featured a 4-year-old beauty queen, Newberry. (see pagesix, : )




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Personnel ,files
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UF turns keys on

enrollment doorsTwo still secretThe
I
.5 First District Court of Appeals has
UF colleges have stopped admissionsfor upheld a Board of Regents rule allowing state
fall quarter. Kolety universities to keep secret personnel files.
The colleges of Education and Arts and The court upheld the refusal of Florida
Sciences followed orders from UF Executive Agricultural and Mechanical University

Vice President Harold Hanson and stopped (FAMU) President Benjamin Perry to

admitting students last week to keep UF withhold materials pertinent to the investigation .
enrollment figures close to those of last year. which led to the firing of the
PROJECTED ENROLLMENTS in both a.t FAMU football coaching staff..

colleges have already reached the limit ol THE DECISION was based on a law which

adequate funding and space, according. to permits the Board of Regents to keep per.
Hanson. sonnel records secret.
The College of Arts and Sciences is ex- a Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin later requested

pected to enroll about 5,400 students for fall the state cabinet to repeal the ruling but the
quarter and the College of Education about a court ruled the cabinet did not have the powerto
w
2800. appeal.
UF Vice President for Academic Affairs
The rule was among a long list approved by
Robert Bryan said UF is facing enrollment" the cabinet when it sat in for the state Boardof
problems that "are without precedent. Education Shevin said.
"WE'VE NEVER had to apply enrollmentcaps t
SHEVIN LATER SAID the cabinet "must
"
this before, said
to university Bryan
take special cue in reviewing rules by the
"let alone worry about limitations on a collegeby
college basis." regents since it can not undo a misstep."

Bryan also said based on current projections fees
ROBERT SHEVIN Student
he did not think any other. collegeswould i ROBERT BRYAN may
be capped.License. .caps enrollment .requested repeal
support lobbying

located under the Cuustans Theater are "set

; delays to go." All that is needed is the liquor license City absorbs bill Student' activity fees at Florida's state

he said. universities have been exempted from a state
brew business The Orange and Brew will have no admission for gator waterThe law which prohibits the use of state funds for
charge when it opens for business. lobbying purposes.
Rion said.Vice.
Opening of the Orange and Brew will be '. City of Gainesville has a....... ui pay
delayed at least two .weeks because of part of UFs water bill during the upcoming Attorney Gen. Robert Shevin said June 16

mistaken wording on liquor license records squad raids# budget year. the fees may be usedfor lobbying purposes
Robert Overton, Servomation director has In a June 11 meeting of the Regional because they are not deposited in the state
said. Utilities Board (RUB) city commissioners treasury.
bookstoreGainesville's agreed to pay an estimated $176,000 difference
Records sent from the,. State Beverage porno between city water rates and
Commission incorrectly named Servomation- legislature appropriations for water used by SHEVIN ISSUED the opinion in responseto
Orange and Brew as the licensed establish- only adult bookstore, was UF. a request from Robert Graham, D-Miaml

ment. The records should list "Orange and raided June 11 for the third time in two UP CURRENTLY pays 26 cents per after senators questioned the heavy student
Brew" as the establishment and Servomationas months. thousand gallons of water and will begin lobbying in support of the student regent bill.

the owner, Overton explained. GAINESVILLE Police Department vice paying 31.5 cents per thousand gallons July

GAINESVILLE ATTORNEY David Westis officers, armed with a search warrant, seized 1. The RUB however, is requesting 52 cents Student governments of several state

handling the licensing procedure for more than a dozen films and charged William per thousand gallons. universities were prevented from hiring a
Servomation Overton said. West could not Whitmore a clerk, with possessing obscene UF President Robert Q. Marston said UF lobbying organization during the 1975

be reached on Sunday for comment. material. will pay for its water with whatever funds are legislative session when Charles Miner
Whitmore was arrested on the same appropriated by the legislature and will not be Florida Department of Education general

William E. Rion, director of J. Wayne Reitz charges in a May 20 raid at the Main Street expected to divert educational funds for thai counsel,ruled the funds could not be used for

Union, said the Orange and Brew facilities store. purpose. lobbying.

WHAT'S HAPPENING



COMBAT The Simulated Combat Club will meet in 346 will begin June 30 and continue through Aug. 21. Basses will pollution control department will speak on county pollution

J. Wayne Reitz Union Wednesday night at 7. For further be held on campus Monday through Monday through control programs tonight at 7:30 in 310 Larson Hall. Admission
information contact Dave Schneider at 377-8343. Thursday at 7. For further information contact the division of is free.

FBKi Florida Blue Key will interview for positions on the continuing education at 3921704. CDS WANTS YOU The Corner Drug Store is recruiting

Homecoming committee beginning today. Applications are BLOODi The Civitan Regional Blood Center will conduct volunteers to answer phones and drug counsel today through

available in Union. 312 or call 3921661. free bloodtyping today and Wednesday.from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For further information contact
NO CREDIT A program of 25 non-credit evening courses; SIERRA CLUB Bill Hurst director of Alachua County Tom Mannweiler or John Creech at 3781588.



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I Probe effectiveness questioned I



I Honor Court hearings to resume .

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By KEVIN BLOOM The hearings will continue following the PETERSEN SAID the UF constitution
Alligator Staff Writer lifting of an injunction halting the hearings by provides for such proceedings which would
the First District Court of Appeals June 16. compel subpoenaed parties to testify under .Aar! a
Honor Court officials will meet Wednesdayto Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen penalty of contempt of court. The penalty for
discuss strategy for the continuation of aid the proceedings may take the form of a contempt would be two quarters of academic
secret hearings into a cheating scandal in the grand jury investigation to give the court probation. j1 _
UF College of Business Administration.Enrollment. greater subpoena powers.record sn'y R Ab %,

Petersen also expressed concern for the
effectiveness of the probe due to the lack of
setVoyles students on campus for summer quarter. k.P.

OUR INVESTIGATION may not be effective
with so many students away for the
UF enrollments for summer quarter have also' said emphasis by UF ad., summer but students will be subpoenaed
reached record heights for the second consecutive ministration and state legislature to provide a whether they are here in Gainesville or not"
year. quality summer program at UF may provide he said.
incentive to attend during summer quarter."A .
UF Director of Registration Vernon Voyles Petersen added that hearings may be
said this year's enrollment figures show covered by a new state law which would make
13,000 students enrolled as opposed to 11,000 number of state universities place less perjury in such hearings a third degree
.
last 'mmer emphasis on summer programs," Voyles said misdemeanor.
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BYRON PETERSON
"but UF has worked hard on providing
Voyles said late registration add .
may grand jury proceedings likely
with instruction.
students good
another 500 students. Attorney Richard Jones said that such a
charge carries a maximum penalty of 60 daysin procedure."I .
Voyles attributed the 'reasons for high Voyles also cited an increase in tuition for jail and a$500 fine for a first offense. QUESTION the idea of compelling
enrollments to a number of factors. fall quarter and the limited job market as students to testify;" Petersen said "but 1
reasons for increased enrollment. However, Jones said if the grand jury don't know of a more effective way to approach
"I 1 think many' students are taking advantage proceedings had the ability to administer an the problem." Petersen also said thatif
,of accelerated degree programs;' "Previously students have always been ableto oath penalties could be more severe because evidence is found involving other colleges
Voyles said. "Rather than take temporary find ,jobs in construction pushing they would fall under the Florida criminal the Honor Court will pursue the matters.
jobs for the summer and continue school in wheelbarrows_ or pouring concrete," Voyles, statutes. "Students testifying frequently say cheatingis
the fall students are finishing their degrees to said.. "But this year. there i is very little Petersen said there are some ethical a college-wide problem" Petersen said
,get into a permanent job." available.Cfje questions involved in using a grand jury "but we've never had any hard evidence."



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\STREETCAR NAMED "\ NONCREDIT COURSES j!r j CREATIVE WORKSHOP COOKERY '.l.lI



I July 2 Ravioli prepared by .

DESIRE Registration for all workshops and lessons swill I, Millie Holsapple
take place In Room 330 from 9:00: a.m.
'July 9 Salona prepared by I
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w r to 4:00 p.m. June 23 through July 4. [ Violet Barzel
This Is the Oscar-winning film "

adaptation ol Tennessee > Students, faculty and staff members and I July 16 Scandinavian pastries

Williams' classic play, their spouses will have priority for lesson | prepared by Gretchen Hale I

starring Vivien Leigh and enrollment from June 23 through June 27. ''July 23 Gebratene Kalbsleber mlt
: after this time will registration be .I R
Only
Marlon Brando. It I Is a x Sahnensosse and Spatzle

poignant study of a open to other persons. i iOut I prepared by Marion Freund

helplessly lost and dreamy r t ,,4 to price and registration differentials, It j July 30 Chinese eggrolls preparedby I

woman tom apart by the(. 7 will be necessary that each person come to Dorothy Chen

brutish and pragmatic ] register with. appropriate Identification. Enroll- 0 Aug. 6 Szegediner prepared by

elements about her. Directed! '' ment for Individual classes Is limited and, therefore : Mrs. Hans Gebhard

by Ella Kazan. on a first-come first-served basis. Persons choux
13. Pate a lesson by
may only register for themselves. = Aug.. .
Norma Sanderson

Because registration for all workshops .and. lessons _

Is limited, we must consider your decision to enroll aj
tuES., JUNI :24 7:00; ':Mj
final by 4:00( p.m. the working d.y'preceding the .
2ND FLOOR AUD., REITZl. .. first scheduled class. Refunds will only be made ,

UNION Me under these circumstances. I-...-aNe.e.e-.-a-.evia1. /.-/Milt.!*_..--am-'...-M..-I

ASTROLOGY I I GUITAR I YOGA I DARKROOM TECHNIQUE 11Thurs.
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July 10-Alig. 21 Tue,. July 8-Aug. I' Thura. July 10-"", 21 We".. "ug. 6-Aug. 17
Join aSummer 710-0 II.... 5:00-7:00: II... 5:00-7:00: II... 1130-3,30 II...
I INSTRUCTOR I I INSTRUCTOR I 'INSTRUCTORS' IIISTAUCTOAI
Qfr. Dlkkl-Jo Mullen Tom Morrissey Kath lIen.haw Jennifer EnsIgn
$10.00 Students SlO.OO Students $10.00 Students $8.50 Students
rf $15.00 Non-Student. $15.00 Non-Stud.nts SIS.OO Non-Stuclent. SIO.SO Non-Stud.nts

Bowling League .
YOCiA'I lIIIOIDUY I
t ASTROLOGY II GUITAR II Thllra. July' 10-Aug. I'' 110ft. July 7-July 28Tues.
July $-Aug. "19 Tues. July '-"UI. I' 70-0 II... 710-0 II...
TUES. Night League 3 game sets 70-1'0 II... 710-0: II... IISTRUCTOIII I INSTRUCTOR I
INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR: thud" Virginia' Solomon'
all students
TjOO p.m. Open to David Cochrane Tom Morrissey SIO.GO Students $7.00 Students
$10.00 Students $10.00 Students SI5.00 Non-St".ntl S'.OO Non-Stud.nts
'Organization meeting is Tues. June 24, $15.00 Non-Stud.nt. SI5.00 Non-Stud.nts .

6:30 Room ,47 Reitz Union
p.m. BELLY DANCING YOGA II EMBROIDERY II
(Beginning' ) BEGINNING CLASSICAL GUITAR Tu... July I-Aug. 19 110ft. AUf. -Aug. 25Mons.
Wed. Stu-Fax League- 3 game sets I Wed. July 7-Ju'' 18 Tu... July 8-Aug. I' 710-0: II... 710-0: II...
: : .m. 71)0-0,1.11.: I NSTAUCTOIII IIISTAUCTOAI
7:00: p.m. Students &, faculty welcome INSTRUCTOR: IIISTRUCTOA: Randall Roffe Virginia Solomon

Mary Van H..r Charlie Bush $10.00 Students $7.00 Students
Organization meeting is Wed. June 25, $'0.00 Students SIO.GO Students S15.oo Non-St""ent. $8.00 IIon-Stud.nts
$15.00 Non-Stud.nts IS.OO Non-Students
6:30: p.m. Room 347' Reitz Union
FIVE-STAING BANJO MASSAGE HOME BARTENDING FIGURE DMIIING

Wed. Night League 3 game sets (Beginning). Wed. July' -Aug.. 20 lion. July II-Aug. la We".. July' -Aug.. 27Thurs.
July' 'O-Aug. 21 5:00-7:00: p.lI. 7:00-8)0: : II... 110-0: p.lI.
9:00: p.m. Open to all students 7:]0-)0: p.III. I NSTRUCTOAI INSTRUCTOR: IIISTAUCTOA:
I INSTRUCTOR I James .Nelson. Bob Doucette Kathy Ab.rn.thy
Is Wed. 2 Tam Morrissey $10.00 Students $15.00 student $15.00 Students
Organization meeting July $10.00 Students $15.00 Non-Stud.nts SlO.OO $17.00' Non-Stud.nu
Non-St".ntl
9:00: p.m. Room 347, Reitz Union $15.00 Non-Students

HOME BARTENDING IlANOBUILDIN
BRIDGE I BEGINNING MEDITATION Thur. July 2 -Aug. 2.. Tu... July 8-Aug. 26
4444F44r 44t4tisatat4t4t4144T 41aLaL4Jtl4* lied. July -Aug.. 20 Mon. July 7-Aug. ..8 7:00-8)0: : 11.11. 110-0: p....
70-0: p.m. 5:00-7:00: : p.lII. INSTRUCTOR 1 INSTRUCTOR
: SUMMER QUARTER Adrian INSTRUCTOR Covell,I I INSTRUCTOR: lob Doucette Dorothy Sterling
Shudara $'5.00 Stud.nts $20.00 Students

: FILM SCHEDULE : $15.00$10.00' Mon-Students Students H.OO$10.00 Non-Students'ud "ts $20.00 Non-Stud.nt. $26.00 Non-Stud.nh

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June 24 Streetcar Named Desire BRIDGE II PAINTING BEGINNERS WINE
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* Thur. July 'O-Aug. 21 Tutl. July 8-Aug. I'
APPRECIATION
June 27 Bullltt 70-)0: p.m. 7')0-0: .. 'rl. 110-)0: p.lII.
4 I INSTRUCTOR: iNSTRUCTOR; July IS-Aug. ZZ INSTRUCTOR:
* June 28 Dirty Harry Adrian Oov.1I Bill Schaaf 7:00-80: : p... Dorothy Sterling
* June 29 Spy Who Came In From The Cold $10.01) Students $10.00 Students I INSTRUCTOR I SlO.OO Students
$'5.00 Non-Stud.nts $1500 Non-Stud.nts Slob Doucette $16.00 Non-Students
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you want to see art go to the University Gallery. If you
want to get scared out of your chair, go see"Jaws."
The movie version bf Peter Benchley's best selling novel
opened Friday at the Royal Park Cinema. It drew sell-out
crowds for the evening showings and Royal Park manager Bill
Lape estimated that 500 persons were turned away at each of
the evening showings.,
THE EARLY CUSTOMERS got rowdy, according to
Lapee, and demanded tickets before scheduled sales time,
! prompting a hasty box office opening.Not .
since"The Exorcist" have Gainesville residents flocked t p.
in such numbers to see a film, according to Lape.
I 'admitted did not seem disappointed. The emotions of
I the audience were evident throughout as scene after scene
( brought screams and shudders.
AUDIENCE REACTION was not based so much':on the
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artistry of the film but the primal, grotesque, almost macabre A'J'l'
I aura of expectation with which the audience anticipated one ; ,
I gory death after another. ,yr t ,
All that can be said for the acting is that it didn't completely n3
i destroy the scary shark scenes. Roy Schier as the chief
: of police, Robert Shaw as the grizzled shark hunter and
I Richard Dreyfuss as the shark expert didn't transcend the
; trite dialogue. __S,M _qi"."=, -FF __"_=... ...__....__"_' "...._" _i. .. .... ... ._.n.____
t, The audience was undaunted by the poor acting. They open realizing that closing would be tantamount to financial chance to display some superb underwater photographyfilmed
" came to see the awesome strength of three tons of fish capableof suicide. off the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
sawing grown human beings in half with surgeon-like Terror continues to fill the minds of tourists and local ALSO IMPRESSIVE: is the 25 foot robot great white
precision. citizens prompting the police chief to hire a grizzled shark shark, rumored to cost upwards of $300,000.
I THEY GOT WHAT THEY WANTED. hunter named Quint (Robert Shaw) to kill the rogue shark.
w 4 The story is set in a small new England resort community TOGETHER WITH an shark expert from an Outside the theater the management thoughtfully provideda
list of"shark facts." At the bottom of the list in bold face
!' dependent'on the tourist trade for economic survival. oceanographic institute, Quint and the police chief head for
letters the ominous "of all the who swimin
; The first hour of the.film deals with the death of three the seas in search of the killer. was epithet creatures
, citizens. The killer shark is not seen, only the effects of its The voyage is, predictably enough, a gory remake of the the sea, man is by far the easiest prey.
And that's
the
! terrible appetite. Moby Dick saga. Quint, who plays the Capt. Ahab part, point.
;: AS THE KILLINGS increase confrontation develop relates a World War' II experience which left him with a JAWS IS A, GOOD old-fashioned horror flick. Like its
! between blatant capitalism and rational humanitarianism. passionate hatred of sharks, and then locks the boat and its classic predecessors the primeval monster is killed in the end
i d The police chief wants the beaches closed for the upcoming crew in a struggle to the death with the great white. but not before the audience was convinced of man's acute
t July 4th weekend but the town mayor insists on keeping them The ensuing struggle gives director Steven Spielberg a vulnerability.





I School board policies spur SLA executions I


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By DOUG DIAL 'Routine police check' led to arrestsof new 'rule that all students must carry picture identificationcards.
Alligator Staff Writer ..The letter also charged that the board had formed a
Little and' Remiro political police force within the school system and was filing

The events leading to former UF student Russell Little's . . . . . . dossiers on all students.
arrest sound like a new episode of Dragnet.The THE LETTER ADDED that Foster and Blackburn had
first avowed action of the Symbionese Liberation Army black with knit caps and leather jackets. been found guilty by the "people's court" and ordered
(SLA) left a black Oakland. Calif., school ,superintendentdead The next day the local media received a letter from a group executed by cyanide bullets. '
and his white deputy superintendent wounded. Arrestedand call ing itself the Symbionese Liberation Army, taking credit The police thought the letter was a hoax until the coroner's
indicted later on charges related to the case were Little for the shooting. Police had no previous knowledge of the office confirmed on Nov. 9 that the bullets had been hollowedand
and Joseph Remiro. group. stuffed with potassium cyanide, something only the
MARCUS FOSTER and Robert Blackburn were ambushed The letter accused the "fascist Board of Education and its
Nov. 6,1973, outside the Oakland education building fascist supporters" of instituting an ;"internal warfare
by three gunmen. Police initially described the assailants as computer indentification system" referring to the board's

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enrollment,can be used to pay off the bonds. The remaining
one-third is marked as cash revenue and accumulates year McCARTNEY-
by year. EAGLES "Venus And Mars"

AT A BOARD of Regents Facilities Committee meetinghere "One Of These Nights"
Friday,it was estimated that there would be around $25- And the new Stephen Stills.
26 million in cash reserves as of February., 1976.
AWB-
When asked whether the funds should be used for any
purpose other than buildings, York replied "Absolutely not. "Cut The Cake" THIS WEEKS SPECIAL:
It has to be used for capital construction only."
He added, "This is the only source of funds that I see that TODD RUNDGREN- PURE PRARIE LEAGUE $3 99
could be used for this type of building." "Initiation" "BUSTI N OUT" '
York also said the students fees cannot be lowered becausethe
bonds that are outstanding are issued against the presentfee
rate.

THE FINAL TOTAL of around $50 million would be
divided between the state's nine universities, according to size O a 1i
of enrollment, to be used as each school determines for
student-related buildings.

According to UF Public Information Officer Hugh Cunningham
the current estimated cost of a coliseum facility is ....,,-
around $20 million. He said that the additional $6 million
could be raised through private sources.
Marston said he had received a joint letter from the
presidents of the UF Foundation and the UF Alumni
Association, pledging their support and. assistance in' raisingthe
additional funds.

MARSTON SAID he hopes to meet with Student Body
President-Jim Eaton this week to discuss the possibility of
releasing $100.000 in student reserve 'to ,help finance the
beginning of planning,for the facility.
The reserve was. approved last year by Student Govern-
n'ent.
The Regents' facilities committee agreed Friday to
recommend to,the full Board of Regents in July to make a
study of the use of student fee money to construct such
student-oriented buildings.
THE BUILDING of an activities center has been sought by
UF administrators since the late sixties. A student referen-
dum in 1969 killed a proposal to finance the coliseum by a
tuition surcharge. "



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GATOR COUNTRY otherdivisionsBy

LINDA WISNIEWSKI
Alligator Staff WriterA


While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS: memorandum issued by UF's Personnel 4r'-

SHOP: and BOOKSTORE located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We Divison on March 11 has been termed"discriminatory" _

are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you, to career service employeeson
grants in the Education and General (E
.the student. and G) budgets and to all career service
employees the J. Hillis Miller Health Center
budget and the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) budget.
'';';, ._'':>ti 'h f L, JUfYlN0;! ; The memorandum does not allow
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.. r, ",; ), (.t ",-,.." "<'<}""';"$'N.' <>> >" &j!; "" :' service employees in the E and G budget
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\ 1 : :;:? transfer into another vacant position within
< : <., the same budget when their grants are
: teminated according to Dale Stratford
president of the Career Service Employe
Federation (CSEF).
They cannot transfer into a vacant position
because the memorandum states positionsthat DALE STRATFORD

become vacant can be filled only through .transfer prevented
promotion,' Stratford said.
However, E and G employes on state lines Division states "Positions (in the Educationand
budgetary positions financed by the state General budget) that become vacant will
can be promoted to vacant positions in the remain vacant unless they can be filled by
E and G budget because "supposedly" not as promoting other Education and General
much money is required to finance these employes."
employes on E and G state lines Stratford THE MARCH 11 memorandum
: said.All "modified" a previous memorandum issued
career service employes in the health by the Office of Administrative Affairs in
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center and IFAS budgets,regardless of how December, Button said.
t ... ..<. .<,. .,,,,,,'tif!:' .,
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any vacant positions in theE and G budget would be a "freeze" on all vacant positions in
because the memorandum states only E and the E and G budget because of a lack of
G employes on state lines can fill vacated funds, Button said.

TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERINGEQUIPMENT positions, Stratford said. The second memorandum "modified" the
GYM OUTFITSSWEATSHIRTS & SUTUESARTS ? The memorandum prevents E and G career first, allowing employes to fill vacant positionsby
service employes on grants and health center promotion only he said.
& CRAFTS SUPPLIES
and IFAS career service employes from using The first memorandum did not allow
DRUGS & SUNDRIFSmI'DN EQUIPMENT their transfer rights as career service employes, vacant positions to be filled "by any means,"
COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL STUDY LAMPS she said. Button said.

SU TINES FOR YOUR 'PERSONAL COLLEGE SEAL PENNANTS AND STATE REGULATIONS allow career The second memorandum "sounds like it'sa
NEEDS: ) DECALS service employes the right to transfer to any rule," according to Stratford's attorney,
positions they are qualified for if their Sidney L. Matthew.If .
position is terminated,she said. the memorandum is a rule then it is
Employes on state lines in the E and G "invalid" because it does not comply with the
budget can transfer to vacant positions whichis Administrative Procedures Act, (APA)
"discrimanatory" toward the other career Matthew said.
service employees Stratford said. THE APA REQUIRES one week's noticebe
UF Personnel Division director Robert given to employees if there is a change in
READING BOOKS EFERt
POPULAR Button admitted the memorandum policy and requires that a public hearing be
t "discriminates against E and G career service held on the policy change. Matthew said,
t employes on grants, and in the health center adding there was no.advance notice given of a
and, IFAS budgets but added the policy change to UF career service employes.
"' J memorandum was "a policy deemed Button said he "has no reaction" concerning -
necessary to save to payroll (of the E and G Stratford's and Matthew's charges.
Oc"HtJ'M budget)." These career service employes can "This is an operational policy approved by
f":1 not transfer to a state line position in the E the highest authorities in the university
v SUPPLIES and G budget because such transfers would (referring to UF President Robert Marston,
0 have the effect of hiring personnel from Executive Vice President Harold Hanson and
outside UF which is prohibited in the memo Vice President for Administrative Affairs
Freshman Button said. William Elmore). They have legal counsel,
comprehensive course booksHArea O The memorandum issued by the Personnel too." Button said.


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And from all indications State University I #

System Chancellor-designate E.T.. York and the
UF administration are not about to make the same
mistake twice.
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Looking back to the last time the "coliseummass -

seating facilityactivitiescenter" controversyhit N4
this campus we are struck by some marked I
differences in the political atmosphere.In .

1970 a student referendum was held to decide
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whether UF would have an activities center. The l}
OlS
weeks before the voting were marked by some of

the most intensive campaigning ever seen, on this

campus.
Full page advertising for and against the center

appeared almost every day in, the Alligator as
fraternities, clubs, college 'councils and other
organizations took sides on the issue. '
PUBLICITY JUST SITTIN' HERE...
GETA/PRE/
Then UF President Stephen C.
the students to vote yes on his "

dream," saying "no other group shall

greater voice than that of the sinking of SS Flagship
governing the center. .
On election day 43 per cent of the

not wanting to spend an extra $6 extra per the SS Flagship is being "Wire the Coast Guard, we're ,taking on water."
to build the center, voted it down by a 2-1 and torrents of rain. Alone on the "But enrollment is limited" comes the reply from aft.
Not wanting to make the same Mars-que stands strong; his hands "Damn the enrollment," screams Ahab, "get buckets and
nobody seems to be reaching for student as the very elements themselves mops from the Midshipman Hub."
With silver hair flying wildly his "Can't sire. .the lines are too long( said the boy.
these In fact Gainesville
days. ,
determination. Another mate comes running up. "Admiral. Admiral
McGriff, while speaking vaguely of Bill Moldin staggers to the iceberg dead ahead."
kind of student input, has already ruled to the railing to conduct the in- The Admiral calls to the navigator, "Capt. librarie change
idea of another referendum.York course immediately. Come to course 320."
seems to have found a problem admiral?" he yells across "Can't sire not enough money to buy charts and books or
torn figure. keep the compass" the captain replied.
"discover" the SUS has enough excess
a pretty rough girl and my ship Lightning reaches across the sky as the Admiral tightenshis
from student fees paid to retire university his teeth as another wave crashes hand on the wheel. Moldin is in shock.
bond programs, to raise as much as $50 "ABANDON SHIP" comes the cry. "abandon ship." The I
"student oriented" building projects in loud AUUGAH-AUUGAH of the alarm blasts out as the
York assures us UF's share can be spent through the rain "Rejents Inc., rains increase in strength.
planks to glamorize the rest of the
else but an activities center. But the

been a pet project of his for years. He uniforms come in and remove the
chairman of the finance committee SATIRE BY

proposed center in 1970. to the SS Seminole and that
The revelation came at a time when the MARK SUTTON
body is away on break, 'and just wind and says "But can't you do V

beginning of the lowest enrolled cries over the storm. "I can't even The Admiral still struggles oblivious to the alarms as

year.And Legislature is planning to, deny another sailor comes crawling up, "Admiral. Ad
rarely have we seen a project get Emperor Hennysee wants to crowd miral. the passengers in the basement are complainingand
with such expediency. 1 to a cabin and General Harris wants the "
all.'I graduate crew is mutinying from lack of funds.
Already the regents' Facilities less.. Terrible. He ducks as another "Quick get Ensigm Studentgov to mobilize them tor

voted to recommend the plan to the "That's ridiculous." this evacuation fast." and protest,"the. Admiral said. "We've got to beat
Regents for study. The UF Foundation
valiantly to guide the ship
The youth disappears down the hold as waters flood Ahab
Alumni Association are gearing up Bay of Bargaining. "But that's not and Moldin.

private donations for the project, passengers to"take cruises during The kid climbs back up yelling to be heard over the biting
President Robert Q. Marston is talking if they don't. wind. "He says he can't sir. the passengers don't believe he
possibility of releasing $100,000 in the front railing now, the ship exists." As he speaks two men in maintenance suits come out
fees to help fund the beginning waves. "Admiral Admiral. .".the and rip out the ships wheel and carry it away dragging the
just cancelled our accreditation. As still
clinging Mars-que with them across the deck. The Ad
center. tence men come in, tear off the miral's screams of protest are heard fading in the distance as
Everyone seems to be getting into the and disappear" into the hold the lights and air conditioning fade due to lack of power.
the students. them. "And besides" the kid yells after him "we can't abandon
The earlier center had to be put to a mumbles and quickly sensing ship don't you remember the life boats and preservers were
to his crew: sent to SS USF.Pa" .
vote because the university was asking

pay an extra $6 per quarter. The
seems to be that since the center won't RonCunni ham Tom Shrod.r
more than students are now paying, News Editor
approval isn't needed. AlligatorEditorInChief

But the fact is the excess revenue is ... I
money and as such the SUS has Umi\I'11: Managing Douglas Hatch'Editor Mindl Layout Kelman editor

obligation, if not a legal one, to find BJ:
students stand on this issue. -

We see all !this happening too fast .,. ... . . . . . . . ,General
when ,students are least able to give . . -:. . . . .. .l4slstont" General Manager Published by
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attention to m tter. hope :. td'A' 'Assistant .
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Jim Eaton and the Student Senate at .y':. . ....i.l'r'.. ... ... .,t .'. .'.'.''.',' .'.'f. .:Bullne".F.Bookkeeper '.0 11111 ,13266 Unl"."" .
insure proper student input before .. .1, ,'. . ., .. . . . . .Accountant Manag.r' Station, Gainesville. Florida with,.
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EDITOR. I was quoted in a story in the Alligator on faculty would be doing the dirty work of terminating other funded ("soft money") faculty (this has not been shown), it is
the final day of classes June 6.1 hope you will give me a faculty for reasons determined by someone else. because it did not plan properly yean ago and rather,let those
chance to explain my remarks.. This is exactly what the matter was in the speech department faculty accrue tenure all along.
The story noted that Vice President for Academic Affairs (Rothman and Brown) cases. The speech faculty was I was identified in the article as an AAUP member. Until
Robert Bryan thought faculty should consider financial told' by the administration to identify two persons who wouldbe two weeks ago 1 was the Chairman of the AAUP's Academic
restrictions as well as merit when recommending faculty for terminated in the event Rothman and Brown were given Freedom and Tenure Committee. But I also have acted on he
tenure and that" I believed. that this "throws merit right out tenure. A clearer case of prejudice not to memtion the United Faculty of Florida's Grievance Committee. It has been
the window. failure to confer tenure for merit, has not been seen in a long in these capacities that I have seen no need for anything other
I do believe that, but also told the reporter several other time. than merit judgments for tenure.I .
things. Pint, university policies do not consider financial Thirdly, 1 am against considering.financialrestrictions in now have resigned from the AAUP's committee. The
restrictions to be pertinent. Until they do, tenure decisions recommending tenure because there is no good evidence that main reason was personal, but a major supporting reason for
should follow the policies which rely on merit. such is necessary. Retirements resignations, death and terminating my work with the AA UP is dismay over the way it
Secondly, 'until the university shares with the faculty the regular merit judgments still provide enough leeway for considers freedom and tenure matter. It seems to separate
authority to determine when the restrictions pertain and the cutting back on staff if that is necessary. And some planning principles from actualities and is concerned mainly with the
alternatives for dealing with them, faculty should not be should help. principles. Thus, it acts as though principles are intact even
expected to consider them in tenure decisions. Otherwise, If the university is in trouble in granting tenure to non-state when individuals still are aggrieved.A .
case in point is the removal of censure by the AAUP.' I.,
a letter carried in the June 6 of The Alligator the
AAUP president holds that their negotiations,really helped
Councille Byle even though Blye himself rejected them and
still 'remains dismissed.
Cornwell also remains dismissed, though the AAUP all
along has claimed that was wrong and even contributed
money to his defense.It .
is "a world turned upside down" to see the AAUP cite a
state court opinion that Cornwell was dismissed properly as
the basis for deciding it has done all it can and that the
university no longer should be held to account for this

1/flJF411 i:: decision.
My view is that the university should not escape censure
and its obligations' until EVERY person who has been
wrongfully dismissed, or denied tenure or promotion or
treated inequitably in salary or other benefits has been
restored to his or her rightful condition. Faculty ought not to
help the university treat other faculty i improperly and escape

the consequences.That .
is why I think a grievance mechanism is better than
any way we have now of settling these matters and why I lookto
the United Faculty of Florida as the best hope for
providing such a grievance mechanism.
Robert R. Sherman
Associate Professor


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siderable amount of space source of cheap labor to something reactionary and of space to the African I
provided in The Alligator (or depress the wages of white .destructive to all freedom Liberation Day participants behind graduateGrant
Hunter
advertising) for the Ku Klux workers in this country. loving people. Sonja
Klan (KKK) was found by us Putting the KKK in your We demand that you at John P. Robinson me the serenity to cease to exist and the wisdomto
know that the best of
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officially and permanently my life lieth behind me. Bless
( to get
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the freshmen with the
everyone stirred up ) foresight to realize that every
The march.that was led by
silver lining has its clouds.
Rev. Abernathy was not And yea though I walk
followed up by The Alligator,
through the valley of the
this way neither was the shadow of unemployment, I
African Liberation Day. (Big need not hustle, for if in the
Deal Hal) course of trial and tribulation
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Your biased and subjective foresaken me I shall worketh
coverage of the African amid boredom and misery as
Liberation Day Activities was for- father.
f4 ew a receptionist my
insulting to all black people. And as I roll down the aislein
them less than one
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Liberation Day activities, second time, I shall covet not
incorrectly reporting the the parquet floors and cir
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African People's Socialist knowing that peanut butter.andjelly .
Party Chairman Joseph sandwiches, For
Waller and totally ignored the mula 409, and Pampers are
fine program presented on the the tools of the Devil.
African Liberation Day. Surely millionaires and
What is most disturbing is bachelors shall follow me all

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oppressed people of African I Search for Tomorrow belongsto
descent are raising of mainly the Young and the
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was one of the small-time organizers'," Chip said. "He was always exhausted. He spent long hours working on Physically, Chip noticed Little's hair was longer and he
"He was just like the rest of us. Everything everybody said the Eye and with demonstrations. He tried to keep up on constantly wore sunglasses.
back then was a slogan. We made everything so simplistic.. his readings and homework, too," he said. ON FEB. 9, Patricia Hearst was violently kidnaped from
We just boiled it down to a slogan." Rosey said Little did not find much relevance in his elec- her apartment. Whether the kidnaping was staged or real has
'Chip wasn't the only one to notice this tendency. trical engineering major and switched to philosophy."HE not yet been determined.On .
''He (Little) was full of radical rhetoric," Smitty said. ."He WAS PRETTY CLOSE to graduating in electrical Feb. 16, a tape recording with Patty Hearst's voice on it
was keenly aware of the social problems formed by the engineering when he switched majors," Rosey said. was released. The tape indicated the ultimate ransom demand
capitalist system. "I guess he just didn't see any way of In December of 1971, Little graduated in spite of the horse- would involve the release of Remiro and Little. Patty said her
changing them manure prank. Harold Stahmer, associate dean of the Collegeof future was linked to the fate of these two men.
"He was really a frustrated guy. He wasn't a serious Arts: and Sciences, reported that Little's record was "very In his efforts to release his daughter Randolph A. Hearst
political person." clean with no black spots:' had asked for extra legal assistance for Remiro and Little in
Smitty said Little had a lot of political friends but did not In July of 1972, Little traveled to California where he was to addition to the multi-million dollar food program.
seem to be seriously involved. make contact with Donald DeFreeze, alleged leader of the THE TWO CAPTIVE SLA members pleaded not guilty on
CHIP CONFIRMED this sort of inaction on Little's part. SLA within the month, according to the New York Times. Feb. 25 to charges of murdering Marcus Foster.
At the 1971, May Day demonstrations in Washington, D.C., DEFREEZE, calling himself Field Marshal Cinque, was On March 6, a letter from Remiro and Little was deliveredto
Russell was there with his girlfriend. one of six SLA members to die under siege by police in a radio station KPFA-FM. In the letter the defendants
"While the rest of us were getting arrested and things, Russ burning house in May 1974. requested live air time to outline a program for the release of
was walking around with his girlfriend," Chip explained. "I While in California Little taught at Peralta Junior Collegeand Patty Hearst. They charged they had been beaten while in
kind of expected him to be involved. Instead he took the tutored at Vacaville State Prison. custody and set up for assassination to antagonize the'SLA so
attitude like, 'This is hopeless, man. This is not going to Willie Wolfe, also to die in the besieged house, got Little it would kill Patty Hearst and thus be discredited.
help."' interested in the Black Cultural Association.The THREE DAYS LATER another SLA tape was received
However, Little had been active in the formation of both the Black Cultural Association was operated out of threatening to move Patty to a strip cell-a barren. win-
Eye, a radical Gainesville newspaper, and the Union of Vacaville 'Prison and provided access to prisoners. Radical dowless room-to show dissatisfaction with the treatment of
Florida Students (UFS), a group with a membership of as whites soon took over the leadership of the association. Remiro and Little. The tape demanded a live national
many as 1,500. Neither lasted much more than a year. Remiro, Little and Wolfe had all been roommates at one televised conference for Remiro and Little to communicatewith
The people making up the core of the student union were the people and SLA. Hearst said he was doingall
from one former UP professor Ken Megill's classes. time.ALTHOUGH THE TIME sequence is unclear, Little madea he could to facilitate the television conference.
"MY MEMORY of him is that he took one of my Marxist trip back to Florida. He saw old acquaintances and some Then March 19, Contra Costa County Superior: Court
courses," said Megill. "As I remember he was a nice kid but noticed a change."Everything Judge Sam Hall denied the request for air time, ruling that
4 very intense. He read a lot." he had done here was pale Chip said. "Here the appearance would prevent a' fair trial.
) Little worked actively on the Eye and was one of the there was nothing. He found something there in Berkeley to ON MARCH 28, Remiro and Little were indicted on
central members in its publication, Rosey said. feed his beliefs. He was going back to where the action was." 'charges of murder.
I Within four days Patty Hearst announced she was joiningthe
( Executions SLA while' Field Marshal Cinque identified Chris
Thompson Colston Westbrook and Steiner-Little's UF
1 girlfriend-as "enemies of the people" to be shot on sight.In .
) in Concord Calif., police were met with an exchange of that same tape message Patty told her father that "you
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from page gunfire. Arrested were Remiro, a Vietnam veteran, and Little. continue to report that you did everything in your power to
Remiro was charged with the murder of Marcus Foster and pave the way negotiations for my release-I hate to believe
assailants could have known. Little charged with attempted murder in connection with the you could have been so unimaginative as to not even have
New police reports said the suspects were 15-20 years old Shootout with police.IMMEDIATELY considered getting Little and Remiro released on bail..
and withdrew the positive black identification. Reports stated AFTER the pair's arrest, SLA The day after the SLA plus consort Patty Hearst robbed a
skin coloring could possibly tan or olive i and one suspect headquarters was discovered in a burning house. The house California bank, April 16, Remiro and Little pleaded not
could be female. was.only half-destroyed and police found a cache of weapons guilty to murder charges.
ON NOV. 11, five days after the shooting, a second letter and literature, including the original SLA letters of which ALMOST EXACTLY one month later May 17, most of the
from the SLA was received by the Oakland Tribune. This copies were sent to the local newspapers.Also SLA members were killed in a burning house surrounded by
letter rescinded the "shoot on sight warrant" for other found was an original letter from the August Seventh over 500 police.
educators because administrators were heeding their Guerilla Movement, a group that claimed: responsibility for Russell Little has played an historic role in SLA.
demands. shooting down a police helicopter on Oct. 23, 1973. The Those that knew him at UF are left to understand the
Noted semanticist Dr. S.I. Hayakawa said in an interview August Seventh group also claimed: to have killed two alleged transformation of concern and frustration to millitancy: and
Nov. 25 that the letters were the work of a high-grade intellect drug pushers in Monterey during October and engineered the assassination, or to reject Little's alleged crimes as untrue.
devoted to revolutionary causes who knew a great deal about murder of a Deuel Vocational Institute prison guard on Nov. "MY INITIAL REACTION was that Russ couldn't have
Foster and Blackburn.A 27.On done it." Rosey said. "It's easy to get wrapped up in a
period of about two months followed before any new Jan. 25, 1974, in addition to attempted murder charges movement but there is always a line drawn as to how far you
leads surfaced in the case. stemming from the Jan. 11 Shootout with police Little was can go."

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If the Board of Regents approves a plan working with others in Tallahassee on a

"I recommended by its facilities committee to Regent McG riff "Student plan to use the money to build a $$25 million -
Investigate the possibility of financing : mass seating complex as a cooperative

Must Change'I approximately$$50 million worth of student- Monies Should Be Used endeavor between FSU, A&M and city and

6 related buildings on the nine university county governments.York .
p3 0O campuses, it would mean approximately to Meet Student Needs./ said he will ask university presi--
$114.1 million for the University of Florida. dents at their meeting in Tallahassee
Congressman Paul Rogers (D) of West, today's' energy problems. The money would come from cash Tuesday to compile a priority list of
Palm Beach told graduating students at t "Our lifestyle in America must change to L 7 7L reserves and borrowing capability of student needs." non-academic building needs that could be

spring Commencement neither laws nor r meet the times-just as your lifestyle has : building fees that have been paid by York also spoke out strongly for con- met by the funds. He said the list should

alternative energy sources will solve changed in the past to meet demands," the ___ students as part of their tuition for the past struction of mass seating type structures contain building needs that cannot be
chairman of the Public Health and En- several years. that could be used for Commencements and financed from the gross utility bonding

vironment Subcommittee told the approx-- The fees, in two separate accounts for other convocations, speakers, entertain- program or from general revenue.
imately 1,200, graduates who attended the bonding purposes, total $$2.45 per credit ment groups and athletics at universities President Robert Marston told the facili--

UnIversity ceremonies."We hour. It comes from the$$14 per credit hour where they are needed."I ties committee that the University of
have millions of cars-which don't' to be paid by freshmen and sophomores, don't' know of any university in the Florida would include on its list a mass

last, are repaired, but not for long, and in $$15 by juniors and seniors,$$20 for graduate country' comparable to Florida State and seating activities center that would Include
the meantime pollute," Rogers said. "We 1 I courses and$$22 for thesis and dissertation Florida which is so deficient in these type facilities for performing arts, mass assem--

Digest also have more televisions, more radios, SPRING COMMENCEMENT PRINCIPALS -Edward F. Knipling, co-discoverer of DDTud?' Congressman Paul Rogen were courses. Of the $$338 per quarter paid by facilities," York told the committee.The blies for convocations and entertainment,
more aerosol spray cans, more electric awarded honorary doctorate degrees at spring Commencement Jane 14.. Rogers wasp p' aur.r President Robert Marston, medical and dental students, $$36.75 will go response to a query 'from Regent indoor athletics, intramural and recrea-
Ftodxctdby pencil sharpeners than any other nation. Is center, also) proclaimed actor Patrick O'Neal' and Community College President Emma distinguished'alumni. Of the 2,831, into the two funds. Fred Parker about whether or not the tional sports,physical education classroomand
b t tin DbtuoH ofh/ormtlo/ 4 more always good? Is this to be equated degrees awarded, 2,135, were bachelor's' ; 336 master's' 7 75$ Ph.D.'i'., 74 MD's' 2 Engineer'., i's'", .44 4 specialists education. The two fees-one() called the Building Fee Legislature would be in accord with the instructional spaces as'well as a

AiMtafffcMf.Services to common....,,, with quality of life? I think not I have a I ($$1.18 per credit hour) and the other the plan, York said, "I have talked to several natatorium.
,, information kite( -oflicul,'itotlcttA, ,, tmpontni,. sense that the thinking of the young peopleof Capital Improvement Trust Fund ($$1.27 members and they seem to be in agree- Such a center has been recommended bya ><
to iluJtntt,
ftmlty' .4/ today runs contra to the equating of credit hourhave) been proportion- ment." He said that House Speaker Don nine-member studentfacultyadministration
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materialism with quality. ately the same to the full tuition since 1965. Tucker "is in full agreement" and is committee chaired by PharmaccyDean
Rogers also challenged graduates to Cuban-Americans Com ete They will remain at the present level Kenneth Finger. To seat 10-to-14,000,

address themselves to the problems$ of whether or not the student-related building Where Other Student in one area,2,400, in a performing arts area
food, health and the environment."We proposal is given BOR approval in July. and up to 2,500, in the natatorium,the center

Reason face the question of our moral As of Feb.1, according to Chancellor-de- Tuition Money;>> GoesIn has initially been estimated to cost at least
responsibility of leadership in a hungry Law $ $$20 million.
Special Training signate E.T. York, the funds will have
Over Rules world," Rogers said. "Half the people on HI'HI'e" generated $$25 million in cash reserves. addition to the $$2.45 from tuition Marston told the committee he is hopefulthe

this earth go to bed hungry. The questionyou York estimates another $$25 to $$29 million charges that go into building fees and a remainder of the money can be raised

face today is how to help these people can be borrowed against future fees capital improvement trust fund, studentswill from private sources.
Marston SaysPresident best. Not to decide is to decide." After more than a decade and a half of assessed at the same level. pay per'quarter hour, the following: University of Florida Foundation chair-

Rogers said that the federal governmentwill being excluded from their profession, 227 York has recommended, and the facilities Student Financial Aid Fee, 52 cents; man Byron Herlong and Alumni Associa--

Robert Marston in "come forth" in 1976 with a national pre-Castro Cuban refugees now have an committee has approved, a plan that Student Loan Fund Fee, 28 cents; student tion President Andrew Hines have written
remarks to Spring Commencement, parting health insurance program and he called fora opportunity to return to the practice of would cause a study to be made to financial aid trust fund fee, 20 cents; Marston pledging their groups''full supportto
grad- national commitment "to the price law-if they can the Florida Bar exam.: fee $2.04. The re- raising efforts.
uates, urged them to make decisions basedon pay pass determine the amount of money that wouldbe activity and service $ money
"reason" rather than "rules" and to and sustain the effort just recently begunfor At least now they can take the exam: available. York has also recommendedthat mainder goes for matriculation into the Other members of the UF committee on a

accept those kind of decisions from their cleaning up the environment. following seven quarters of law instructionat the money be distributed to the general fund for operation of the universities mass seating activities center are students
employers."We the University of Florida in a special universities on the basis of the money each h as follows: $$8.51 for lower level Lori Caldwell, David Cardwell and Steven

as individuals and as institutions," program authorized by the Florida Su- N collects. UF's' share would be the largest. undergraduate courses; $$9.51 for upper, Merryday; faculty members Manning

Marston said, "ask for rules, for burea- preme Court. Ceremonies marking com- FSU would receive $$10.4 million and USF level undergraduate courses; $$14.51 for Dauer, Don McGlothlin and William Wag-
pletion were held on campus June 14.. and $$16.51 for graduate ner; and administrators William Elmore
cracy,for red tape that we ultimately come Drop-Add Pay $$9.1 million. Others, proportionately less. graduate courses;
to deplore, for three reasons: The group included 12 former judges and York said that tuition cannot be de- thesis and dissertation. and S. Ray Graves.

"1. We are affronted by some irritating, four former law professors. Their certifi- creased by lowering the building fee
unreasonable act and leap to make a rule to Through June 30 cates of completion allow them to take the t r portions because bonds now being financedby
bar exam, which will next be given July 29 level of fees that UF Senate Meets Thursday
see that it never occurs again. You know .1-.1LAW the fees "specify a ;
and 30 in Miami Beach. I I
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maintained.
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Students have until
Monday, June 30, to
( ought to be a law against...' drop and add courses for the summer Education According coordinator to Division for of the Continuing _. ___ financed the J J. Wayne Reitz Union at UF To Consider Termination/ / RuleThe
FAMU
"2. We see a short-term advantage for quarter and are asked to delay paying their Marion Walker it program, and student unions at FSU and as
wasn't just language'difficulties academic and other
several
'our side' in having a rule: 'Universitieswith fees until their schedules well as
are finalized. that kept Cuban lawyers from non-academic buildings at all of the states'' Board of Regents'' proposed rule regarding nominees selected for ballotingfor
graduate programs should be given Fees may be paid by mail, at the Hub
or practicing in the United States. universities.York regarding termination of faculty because of various Senate positions-including the
more the money.motivation sometimes for very basic such rightsare by using the drop box near the Hub. Fees "Cuba's' system is Roman civil law," said that cash reserves have built reorganization or budgetary reduction is Steering Committee, University Budget
rule-making, as must be paid by July 3 without having to Miss Walker said, "and the system in the : items the agenda Thursday at Committee, Administrative Council and
the rights of minorities or of women, but a $$25 late fee. up for two reasons: among on
you can't' tell the wisdom of a rule by the pay Students are reminded that their fee United States imported from England is the 1. Enrollment in the universities has the University Senate's' June meeting in Academic Personnel Board membership.Three .
common law members of the Steering Committee -
judicial system. when bonds Auditorium at 3:30
purity of the motivation that it birth." faster than anticipated McCarty : p.m.
grown
gave cards cannot be validated for full identifi-
The special program was authorized Rule 6-C-5.07(4)( ) has been will be elected, including two for three
"3 3. We ask for rules to avoid making the cation until fees July were first issued in 1965. BOR Proposed
purposes are paid. 31, 1973, when the Florida terms and for a one vacancy
one year
difficult decisions. Already with our new Supreme Court 2. Bonds could be sold against only reviewed by the Senate's Professional year
flexibility in determining our budgets I'm' agreed to.a petition filed by an ad hoc DEAN RICHARD JULINL(L),SUPREME RT CHIEF JUSTICE JAMES ADKINS two-thirds of money the fees generate.The Relations and Standards Committee, which caused by resignation, from among Jea--
hearing suggestions that the Board of ..committee of the National Association of Florida's' Top Jurist., Addressed Law Coller raduates and Cuban-Americans money has been accumulating faster has cited several deficiencies. nine Webb, Emmett Williams, Hope Bock,

Regents should lay down some guidelines- BOR Meets July 7 Cuban Lawyers Inc. than it could be used for student-related Following Senate discussion of those Robert GaitherWinnifred, Frazer, Richard

rules-so that presidents won't' have to take To qualify for admission,the lawyers had A second group of 100 has entered the orida traveled to Gainesville. buildings and Regent Jack McGriff, aMiss deficiencies, the committee says it will Bowles, Molly Dougherty and George'

all the heat. Other suggestions are that the The Florida Board of Regents will hold ,to be naturalized American citizens, have program which is funded entirely from the 'They' come from all walks of life," :s member of the facilities committee, spoke develop a set of specific revisions and/or/ Bentley. Committee
should proficiency in English and be residents of $$240 I alker for making sure the money is substitutions and encourage adoption of Two members of the Budget
president establish k strongly
some guidelines its regular monthly meeting Monday, July Florida.. per quarter tuition. [ explained. "Some are comebacl( out will be elected from nominees Charles
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rules-to protect the deans from criticism of Because most of the from illionaires since from Cuba bu t used for such type structures. such changes at various
7, at 9:30: a.m. in the Galaxy Ballroom, lawyers were escaping Greenwoodand
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graduates was 74 and the '' should be furnished President Marston to seek approval of the ,
needed but Dade buildings
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Marston told graduates they had two discuss "general matters relating to the 50.youngest Fifteen was while the median age is traveled to Miami each week to give the s and the like to support their familiesgroup ;:. by the state," McGriff said at thewn changes through administrative channels.The alternate member
per cent of this first class Senate will also hear a report from One regular and one
important questions to answer: State University System." were a full day of instruction on Satur I work full time and some even hold do )f:1 committee meeting here Friday.. These the Administrative
women. be elected to
"1. Are you willing to make the difficult days. Those closer to the University of 0 jobs." student monies should be used to meet the University Nominating Committee will Council from nominees Maxine Margolis,

decisions that will come with your jobs, or ,",'___u __.I r ....I....

t, hide will"2.you behind Are continually?you willing be looking to accept for rules the to AdmissionWith t to Education and Arts, S Sciences: Closed for Fall Sandefur nancy Zelansky.R.H.Hess Biggs and: and,Hattie Elizabeth James Bessent:: Burns. Eddy: have lUlU, Wayne&AI\uua been\;



.r of decisions those immediately based on reason above rather you, even than when rules maintained fall quarter admission enrollment projections al ready exceeding what it was hoped could be of Admissions Richard Whitehead indicate e w4'nt' will exceed the self-imposed quota because any sort of economic change could alter the pattern significantly.'"' Like other 'nominated to fill two memberships on the
to the of Art Academic Personnel Board.
. and
. Colleges s Sciences and admits students than it desires to
Education Florida
more
you disagree with some of them?" Executive Vice President Harold Hanson directed[ the shutdown has been closed. by about 750. That is why Hanson ordered hutdown, with a warning from Vice' coUejjes and universities,the University admitted The Senate will also act upon a proposal
,as of June 16 and those who are as new
"in order A. IT n that of current student dropouts
to keep from greatly exceeding our selfImpand osed enrollment limits." The President for Academic Affairs Robert (! "some action must be taken enroll to take care' changing the name of the B.S.. in Forestry
Sciences is expected to enroll College of Arts immediately to overrun of possibly w students beyond our stated enrollment students but don't show up. Forest Resources and
approxini lately 5,400, students, compared to last fall's' prevent an and school will be able to increase their enrollments more than others degree to a B.S. in
: financial Award Deadline 5,253, and the College of Education, limits. T one ,Conservation ,degree and the proposed
appro imately 2,800, and available faculty. The
September "adequate
compared to last *" will of what Hanson terms space
fall'g 2,709., The enrollment, how not exceed the enrollment in because
, in all, the University anticipates a fall em rolimem or University's projected 27,000, last fall and the professional degree in the College of
to 1,791,
enroll compared
,
approximately to 2,000,
28,635, be
Due to the fiscal year closing,all summer on- ampus limit IFAS college POSed by the The of Engineering will permitted
students Board of College
compared to 27,798, last fall. These figures do not count on non-Health Center and Regents. to 1,929 last faU. The College of Pharmacy-Doctor in Pharmacy.
,
compared
financial aid awarded to University of will be enrolled in off-campus extension coi urses.' approximately 600 who Health Center and WAS operate under separaa r Wts from the rest of the University. College of Business Administration, 2,100, Resources, and Conservation in IFAS have no The Senate, meeting at 3:30: in McCarty
Florida students through the Office for Last fall President Robert Marston aMour iced that the 1975 fall term Colleges !in the Health Center have taW*!t; enrollment limits for years.. Agriculture and the School of Forest Auditorium, will also discuss the Committee -

Student Financial Affairs must be pickedup colleges except those in the Health Center ,and the Institute e of Food and enrollment in all 11 Enrollment estimates for the fall are based" fat t Hanson has termed the "highest in 'imposed enrollment limlts. enrollment is limited to 2,900, for the fall quarter and the on Salaries and Fringe Benefits''annual
freshman
by Monday, June 30. Awards cannot be Sciences (WAS) would be limited to the 1 Ii!974 level, approximately Agricultural history retention of students now enrolled. *J said more students are remaining g gin First-time-in-college? g a freshman and sophomore University College has report, and PR&S review of the University
honored after this date. 25,000., There si! Be e of f the University's
should
Questions be o
are
the jobs.
approximately 3,000, enrolled in Health Cent school than because of o Evaluation and President
er and IF AS colleges ever before curtoUeTwhitehead estimates a University College enrollment of less than 8,500, College Report,
directed to Room 23, Tigert Hall. With three months remaining before the be,ginning of the fall term,projections "We really have no past experience to go OBJ J use e we have never faced times exactly been Marston's' response to that report.
b by Dean to wwin last fall's 9,076.,
y like these,"Whitehead said. "It t is impossible absolute control over enrollment compared to
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Heuer said she was then told by Shands
Alligator Staff WriterA to receive sick .s
Director Donald Guttinger that she was eligible

recommended for pay because of her neck injury.
UF service employee was sick ,
career receive
weeks before she was to pay
HOWEVER,two
reinstatement this month after nearly six months of battlingthe for sick leave because"it
she not eligible
Heuer discovered was
UP administration to retain her,position. to provide pay for Individuals
of is contrary to state regulations
the wording
However a new controversy may begin over Guttinger said.
in a non-pay status
the Career Service Commission's recommendation accordingto he said. ,
Heuer took her leave of absence without pay
UF Personnel Director Robert Button. opinion
HEUER could either obtain a second medical
COMMISSION recommended that Mary Heuer a Dr.
THE
besides that of her chiropractor
her injury-
concerning
clerk at W.T.Shands Teaching Hospital be reinstated"if for sick
paging Hawk so that she could be eligible : pay
it is within the law." with'back pay and sick pay Button Clayton reporting for work on Nov. 1, or accept a general leave of

said. wanted maintain her position he 1+D Tigt .
UF could appeal the recommendation within 30 days of absence without pay if she to l + "
recommendation in writing he said, adding that ?wFLA.
receiving the said.Heuer 'her Larry Turner saw the three
and attorney
"there would be much discussion" among UF attorneys over 11 I
of the "if it is within, the law." alternatives differently. ,
the meaning phrase Heuer could either "quit, come to work (although her G
six-month
ended the
The commission's recommendation her from doing so),or take a
in the accident prevented :
leave of absence injuries
which began when Heuer took a
controversy general leave of absence." if she wanted to retain her job.
without pay in September last year. .
leave "for personal reasons" so Turner told-the commission."That's'like
IIEUER SAID she took the chose between the gallows
having a prisoner
she could "take a break" from her job. arsenic GY
in the firing squad or arsenic and Mary accepts
While on leave, Heuer said she suffered neck injuries a "
car accident that'prevented her from returning to work on under protest he said.
ZRMINATZD

, ( Regents, faculty/ reach agreementon -: JIJJIIOUT

I

status of department heads/


units. bargaining disputes) out ofPERC's chairmen in the unit we got a MARY HEUER
GARY BALANOFF bargaining
By Alligator Assistant Dr. Ron Carpenter, vice hands. and decided it foot in the door to get other reinstatement recommended for hospital job

News Editor chairman of AAUP-Fla., said ourselves." chairmen in.
'
HBiejHB B H HBHBl
B BBl
The lengthy battle over the department chairperson; Included in bargaining -
inclusion of department who were allowed inclusion ir negotiations under the
chairpersons in collective bargaining units were selected compromise are the UF t.... HBHBlADVENTURES
bargaining units was partiall; because these were "when colleges of Arts and Sciences
settled by a compromise most of the power departments Education, Fine Arts and Survival inc.
Individual
among the three disputants are." Physical Education Health itute for the Study of
THe United Faculty of Representatives of both and Recreation.
Florida (UFF) and American AA UP-FI /and UFF said the CHAIRPERSONS EXCLUDED An 8 week program for the

Association of UniversityProfessorsAAUP.Fla. ; election of a bargaining agent from bargainingunits
( .) should be conducted bj are those in the UF individual and family

bypassed the state com November. The Public colleges of Architecture .
mission which has heard Employees Relation Journalism and Communications 7-10 ,
almost three months of Commission (PERC) com' University Thursday pm
testimony on bargaining pleted hearings and an College the J. Hillis Miller

disputes, and signed i a typing the transcripts before Health Center, and the In. July 3 Thru August 21
compromise agreement Ma; other bargaining disputes an stitute of Food and

20 with the Board of Regents determined.THE Agricultural Sciences. survival
emergency
1 who had opposed inclusion. COMMISSION wil The AAUP. Fla.,BOR.and Featuring outdoor
d fire combat,
aid marine safety,
The compromise permitted settle the question of whether UFF could not agree on what medical ,
about 150 department to include graduate assistant! should be done with the navigation urban emergencies weekend trips

chairpersons,who the regent:i with faculty in the bargaining chairpersons in the colleges of and many other areas.
maintained were: units and at the same timethey Business Administration and
management in selectee I are,scheduled to decide< Engineering. The state
State University Systen I what should be done with I commission will have the final VISIT US AND REGISTER FOR A FREE PROGRAM

..' schools to participate, ii I department chairpersons it I decision in''what should be
employee bargaining elec,. two still-disputed UF colleges, done about these chair
tions. Dr. Melvyn New, UI persons. 919 W. Univ. ph 375- _f .
,. of UFF said his union
ABOUT 40 DEPART chapter president I Carpenter
MENT chairpersons at UI: said the recent agreement ha:!, felt "If we could establish a
will be included in the faculty], "taken 95 per cent (of the: legal precedent with most




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I FOR SALE FOR SALEGirls

NIGHT BICYCLES FOR SALt I hove M"erolllMd ten speed bike,must Mil now. SGP Presents
f Dr ifnll LAST tped.3.5 and 10 peed bikes for tale Lock and chain Included. asking
CHEAP cell Bruce 373-0456 afternoon M5 call 392-7O1 (a-n 130-p)
U',", 'if IfU J\ Only' $1.50 (o-4r-l32-p) FREE MOVIE
FOR RENTroom
Rambler American, new engine tire
2J3 W. battery,need broke work IBmpg $200
Untvertity Ave 7:30: & 9:50: to sublet;the ploce opt No. 118
m.JI" cosh call Tom 392-6059 good Iron.iportotlon -
(Q.IM53-P) 1231/w.3rd ove.$60.00 per mo.Starling
July til. coil mart) 3724903 day or' 376-
<<1ft.....your dollar buy a duplex live 4111' wining olr,pool carpet. (O-2M52-
In one aide and receive 1 income from the
otlxr.woyne d.mason 1 CO.,Inc.realtor' P)
A 1 SINGULAR' 377-6799. (o-37M32-f)_ sublet 152-p)the ploco 357 summer$40 (b-2r- Jeremiah
CUSTOM SILVIR FUR LHFER COUCH 9'
Roommot. Needed! Have OWN Roomin
Block wood mediterranean frameS375110P
long
3-bdr Oak Pore*. '
Spacious Apt. Johnson
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w. university 377-1646 or' 378-
Washer t Dryer Included.Coil 374-9765 ,
TRIUMPH THATBURNS son (0-21-152-9)) (b-M-tM-p) .
Rent own room In 2br house for roommate wonted, own room In 2bdr
summer w-optlon to stay acc, big opt. country village prko negotiable!
yard nice house $75-month toll 376-0765 or' 376567 (Cb-.5t.152-p)
Mellowness welcomed call 3744713bit ,
INTO' THEMEMORY. ( -151-p)_ room for rent clots to campus Has yard
quiet prefer mature students coil 373-
2067 renting now for summer or'foil olio
studio for rent (b-3t.l53-p)
f 2:1sSt".w. room In largo comfortable homo o-c)jury
i august only no deposit wo owns ski,
is.slant..+ 7s30-10:05 booth l lo 377-1997,1004.6th.,. (b-I
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r THE LOCUST at old rates furnished 1 bedroom
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..yABobFOSSIFilm near med center 372 MM 373-9050 Robert
(Cb-5t.I49-p)

Z female roommate wanted: 'Own Bedford
bedroom at Oak Forest Townhouseapt.
V* utilities, rent $110 per
month. Call Donna at 371WM Friday June, 27
r anytime (b-3t-150-p) ,
1310--4:00
PLAZAt h ) S35S-7355 Sublet luxurious Gatorwooa api.
new. tso stun- No. 1102 summer Immediate occupancy 8:30
tMMXAIVA 1u $40 mo. off rent ac carpeted : p.m.
furnished pool tennis court
Dustin Hoffman "Lenny"Valerie BLUE WATER call Ira at 392.2571 or 373-3883 or
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contact Gatorwood office (b-5t-150- Union North Lawn

......, Perrine _....*-.*David V. Picker WHITE DEATH1The PJ) ,
Worth Troller for rent 2bdrm", 'Iboth and H
f@ Julian Barry *****>*Marvin Most Frighteningand
st br located at Call 373-6353
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U O hAS thtllEFM
RENTS SLASHED( roommate wanted
All summer Learn Kofot ,
qualified
SpeCial Summer Rotes) qtr. to occupy 1 rm In 2 bedrm apt 1 male + female instructor all ages
MO. blk new class starts lOon
5125 PER from Tigert. $80
510010 mont tV
> $10 a month for
I BR,furnished*''lh, ".Luxury utilities. 377-8766; Jacqui regulation' + further '
2 or Ilene 'info Howard 373-8252 '
((|-4t-152-p) r' ation
(C'St-ISO-p) ;
through Aug 3h' ,
lease
I,lIoN for Mobile VlIoge.. Undergradl wno wont'to STOP tmoking1: p al2(1'(' 11 R a e
37332S4loblttonevtenonlionlyl help me test'a new way to increate your
PERSONAL lelf-control w-out drugs or hypnom Call 1
377.1176, Scott eveningt (.2t-li2-p| )

Bookpock: hiking shorts, ponchos,
whit ttog speedo swim luiti, bugproof COEO'i facial hair removed permanently -
.townhouse howailon village. lenti. Allon'l Aquatic & Trail Center Call Edmund Dwyer 11 IW Nle z
hid,2 both tool 372-1093. (b- 3446 W. Unix 3739233fr152c(( ) electrolog tt' over 20 yean perience Roc
3728039fr.l52c(| ) MC ,ive
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' USED BICYCLES WANTED Wedding Invitations from 11.40 --
ANTED 'leaving town? I will pay cash for 100. Two week delivery. Hundreds per of -
your bike,give it a face lift and new itylei Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main
fat needed for furn. 2 bdrm.opt. home call-372-04S6( (|l-4t 148 pI) 3769951fr.52c(| | )
omput. o-e:,pool. $77. per mo.
July I Aug. 376-2420(c-41-IJJ.
MOTHER EARTH HAS IT. I When only the best will

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iown room In 3bdrm house$60 ouIhdo.
3 utilities pet dog ok.fenced In
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SCUBA CLASSES STAftTING-AII Kuba
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divei.Servlc.a Fwn.tofe Repair .classes Air Tern a Allen Soles Co- the that right for at
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keep up the momentum."
Sports Editor The third round proved to be the Lady Gators'downfall as
Before the crucial third round of the Association of Intercollegiate they atched ASU build up an insurmountable lead.
7 Athletics for Women (AIAW) golf championship ,"Going into the round ASU knew they only had a two
got underway last Friday in Tuscon, Ariz.Lady Gator coach stroke lead and they really put some super rounds of golf
Mimi Ryan made a prediction."For together" Ryan added. "I never saw anything like it."
us to make a run at the title." Ryan said "we're going
to have to get everyone in the 80's." MORTON HAD started the day only two strokes behind
AS IT turned out only Donna Horton with a 77 and Elaine leader Barb Barrow of San Deigo St. but Barrow's 74 dropped
Hand with a 79 bettered the 80 mark and the Lady Gators fell Horton to fifth place.
17 strokes off the pace set by eventual winner Arizo.* c ate Barrow captured the individual title in a three hole playoff
University (ASU). with Debbie Simourian of Wheaton College while Horton shota
The Lady Gators finished third at the end of the four round final round 79 to finish eighth.
tourney with a 1281 total, 35 strokes behind ASU.. Gator Nancy White also shot a final round 79 for a total of
Rival Miami Dade North was the runner-up with 1269. 322 and teammate Hand recorded an 83 for a 325 total.

"I HAD hoped we would finish higher possibly first but I
said we would have to put four days of really good golf 'NEXT FOR the Lady Gators were Nancy Feirfarek at 337
together" Ryan said. "Obviously we didn't It wasn't just one and Kris Rucinski at 346.
individual. Everybody fell down along the line." Team wise, Texas finished fourth with 1288 followed by
41 The Lady Gators who entered the tourney as one of several Furman and the University of Miami with scores of 1291 and
favorites never could overcome a red-hot ASU squad that 1306. respectively.
jumped out to an 11 stroke lead after the first round. "I'm disappointed that we didn't do better but the teams
Morton however fired a second round two over par 75 and that beat us were very good." said Rya 1'You: can't yell at the
helped move the Lady Gators into a third place tie with Dade players. They were ,upset they knew they,should have done ... I
two strokes in back of ASU better."
"I FIGURED this was it," said Ryan. "I thought this type "We have all our people coming back and we should do
of round would be enough to get them going but we couldn't very well next year and in the years to come."


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DONNA MORTON LOOKS OVER PUTT Tuesday,June 24 1971, Ape 21

.golfer finished eighth Individually .


I Gator netters fall short of goal in NCAAs I



By KEITH CANNON matches, and survived for two UF got its first opening- 7-6, 2-6, 6-1.
Alligator Sports Writer more days before bowing out round win from SEC singles Both doubles matches also
with 9 points.In champ Juan Diaz, who beat went three sets. Pressly and
The UF men's tennis team opening round play of Don Murray of Northeast Diaz defeated Bill Ebestin
finish in last week's NCAA Monday June 16, the UF Louisiana 6-2 6-1. John and Doug Miller of Brown 6-
tournament was not exactly players found singles play Kunnen and Chap Brown 1, 2-6, 63. In the other
what they had in mind. relatively routine, but doubles followed with a 'pair of wins match, UF's Brown and
But it was an improvement. wins came a bit harder. All against University of Hawaii Kunnen playing as a team for
COACH BILL POTTER'S went to the Gators, though, players. Kunnen beat Chris the first time, debuted with a
squad fell short of its goal of a and left them tied for first Beckett 6-4 6-3 while Brown 6-7, 7-5 6-3 victory against
Top 10 finish, but they still with UCLA the eventual bid aloha to Ken Freeman 6- Carl Mitchell and John Powellof
managed to better last year's tournament winner, Miami 4, 6-3. Missouri.The .
19th place tournament (Fla.), Trinity (Tex.), and DAVE PRESSLY played second day of play was
performance. The SEC co- Michigan, the other top UF's only three-set singles nearly fatal for the Gators.
champion Gators made a finishers, and a clubhouse- match. He beat They picked up two more
first-day sweep of all their six full of others. Washington's Rich Andrews match wins before being
eliminated in singles.
Diaz defeated Oliver Scott .
of Georgia Southern 7-5 6.3,
Lady Gator tennis team but he fell later in the day to a a
player he had defeated in the
dual match season Gordon
falters at NCAA nationalsby Jones of Florida State. The
score was 3-6, 6-2, 63.
PRESSLY DEFEATEDTom
Alligator Services was seeded No. 10 was the round after drawing a first Grisack of Arkansas 6-4
Lady Gator's best individual round bye. Black then 6-2 before being eliminated
beat Princeton's Julie later in the
day.
The Lady Gator tennisteam's hope.
7.5, 6-0 in the
chances for Acker had advanced to Kirkham Brown and Kunnen were
final round third round. eliminated in matches against J f a.
national honors ended last the quarter
BUT NO. :2 seed Jane Atlantic Coast Conference
'Thursday at the NCAA with relative ease shuttingout
tournament in RondaGarcia of South Stratton of Utah whipped opponents. Brown the SEC
round 6- Black in the following runner-up at No. 4 this
Kalamazoo, Mich. when Illinois in the first
Judy Acker 0, 6-0 and then defeating round. season lost to NorthCarolina's
and Barbara
who also drew a
Keyes. No. 1 player, Bill
State's Diane
Black Beach
were eliminated in Long second first round bye. fell to Brock 7-6,1-6, 76. Kunnen
the 6.2, 7-5 in the
Cook
quarter-final rdund. Arizona State's Clair Sen- fell to Maryland's Fred
Stanford's Lele Forrd round. CAROLINA'S moyer 6-2 6-4 after a Winckleman. 6-4, 6-4.
played a major role In NORTH second round 7-6, 6-4 In doubles, UF split. Diaz .
eliminating the Lady .Sue Brown was roundas over. victory over UCLA's Cindy and Pressly advanced to the ...,. "
Gators as she along with powered in the third third round
6-0. 6- Cazin and a third day of play while Brown
teammate Marcy O'Keefe Acker prevailed whitewash of SMU's and Kunnen were eliminated.Wednesday's .
stopped the Gator's top I 1. Martha Bass 6-0, 6-0. play saw Diu ,
doubles pair of Acker and Black and Una Keyes. Lady Gator junior and Pressly, the lone Gator -- --
Black, 6.1' 57. and 63. ranked second and third Debbie Duncan was representatives, eliminated by GATOR'S TOP RANKED JUAN DIAZ,
FORRD THEN faced for the Lady Gators. stopped in the third round Bill Dutton and Bob Fisher of teamed up with Dave Pressly! In doubles

Acker in singles competition fought hard in singles to byNo.9eedDianeDesforof Princeton. 7.6, 5-7, 6-3v "'
but the result was competition but failed USC. "ipe'ctators, ,the r UF' freshman;ace Billy, ,Martin ."-..,.jyUrtln, became the second
still the same.- ,.t ,f rrd. make .itto- the quarter Duncan won her first'two squad saw UCLA wrap up the came from behind to overhaul freshman ever to win the
seeded No. 3 in singles.. finals. matches 6-0 6-0 and team title at the end of Southern Methodist's George singles crown and the first ,- .
Dipped Acker 62. 6-0. Black defeated Mary 7-6. 6.1 before she was Friday's play. On Saturday Hardie 0-6 16. 6.3, 6-3 6.3 since another moderatelyfor
Acker, the Florida Koski of Brigham second Young halted by Desfor 63. 6-1. the Bruins added the icing to the NCAA singles famous UCLA product, by
collegiate champion who 75. 6-0 in the their championship cake as championship. the name of Jimmy Connors.M .




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I Rookie scribe on voteless, wonders. I



Okay, let's start this the hopelessly stupid selection players are also the most 'The nod here'(is to Garvey,
summer off right. In the true method. Meaning of course, popular, fortunately. Steve last year's Most Valuable
David Miller tradition, we're hopelessly stupid "fans". Garvey (.324, 8 HR, 43 RBI) Player. Ed Kranepoo (.368)) is, ,
going to alienate .the reader Let's just go over the selections of the Dodgers and Tony playing brilliantly, but is far DON RADCLIFFE
right off the bat so to speak. so far, starting with the. Perez(.251,8 HR 46 RBI) of behind.
This column will deal with the National League. Cincinnati are within about OPINIONsqueak
baseball All-Star game! and At first base, the two best 5,000 votes of one another., SECOND BASE is the

Bean Hancock lead UF cinnati's private Joe property Morgan of(.351 Cin, 8 out the ,victory, who won't be picked to the
HR. 41 RBI)truly a complete because God has not yet starting team. Jim Wynn
I ballplayer. The only person conquered cancer. (.296, 12 HR 39 RBI), Reggie
in for close is Dave Cash of Ah, the outfield spawning Smith of St. Louis (.338 10
Quest NCAA title Philadelphia, who just doesn't ground of baseball heroes HR 39 RBI). Dave Parker of
have the numbers.At who may or may not be Pittsburgh (.326' 10 HR 36
The NCAA golf championships considered, the Gator goiters Three other Gators will third base, Ron Cey baseball players. Witness the RBI), Cesar Geronimo of
I will be held starting are early favorites to compete in Columbus with (.264, 10 HR 43 RBI) of Los AIl.Star voting in that Cincinnati (.300 and what a
Wednesday at the Ohio State recapture the crown. Last Hancock and Bean. They are Angeles leads with twice the department. Pete Rose is defensive ballplayer) Bobby
University golf course, and if year, Wake Forest and Curtis Dennis Sullivan, Ben total of Chicago's Bill playing third base this year, Murcer of San Francisco
performances nn tn now are Strange came from behind on Duncan, and Bob Bailey. Madlock, and this year is all fans. So big deal if you know '(.296. 8 HR 40 RBI), Dave
the last round to win the title Besides Wake. Forest, Madlock's (.356 41 RBI 92 how well he plays outfield. Winfield of San Diego (.295, 9
by two strokes on a miracle perennial contenders hits). Madlock isn't even ,Sanguillen'plays it well too. HR 41 RBI) and Greg
eagle by Strange on the last Houston Oklahoma State, second. That honor belongsto and statistically compareswell Luzinski of Philadelphia
hole. This year, the Gators Brigham Young, and Texas Joe Torre (.277, 1 HR 17 with Rose. But (.292. 15 HR, 48 RBI). Oh
have fielded possibly their, will also appear in force. RBI)of the Mets. Whoopee. Sanguillen is playing catchertoo well, better luck next time,
f.; best I team ever, led by All. Vying with Bean and Han Thanks'sports fans. ( bad for him). Rose fans. Maybe Alston will picka
American candidates Phil cock for the individual At shortstop, Cincinnati'sDave should be voted on his meritsas few of these players to the
Hancock: and Andy Bean. championship wilt be Concepcion (.278, 32 a third baseman. second team.
The Gator golfers won nine Strange, his teammate Jay RBI, great glove) leads Second in the voting is the Next time the American
of 11 tournaments this year in Haas, high amateur in the Philadelphia's Larry Bowa Mets' Del Unscr (.303 4 HR, League will be dissected and
intercollegiate play, defeating U.S. Open, Alabama's Jerry (.377 and a super glove also) 20 RBI). Now I'm sure Unseris believe me the surprises are
Wake Forest in the Chris Pate, 1974 National Amateur and I certainly think either very pleased to be con even more amazing over
Schenkel Invitational in 'champion, and Craig Stadlerof player could honestly start the'sidered for this honor,but I'm there. By then you ersatz
Houston last month. They Southern California, 1973 all-star game. not so sure he deserves it. baseball fans should be
-- also captured their third Amateur champ. DON'T EVEN want to go Third is Unser's teammate reduced to tears after findingout
. ANDY BEAN.AIIAmerican straight Southeastern The Gator were national c into catcher. If God suited up Rusty Staub (.261, 6 HR. 43 what you're doing to
candidate Conference championship. champions in 1968 and 1973. for the Dodgers, Bench would RBI). Now for some players mankind's greatest gamel I

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By Alligator ServicesA

long and disappointingoutdoor
track season came to
a close for the Gators on June
9th at the NCAA Track and
a Field championships in
Provo Utah.
The Gators, who won the
Southeastern ConferenceSEC
( ) indoor title but were' rn a x,yk
crippled by injuries
throughout the outdoor
campaign, sent nine hopefulsto
the Brigham Young
campus but no one made it
past the semi-final heats.
SCHOOL RECORD holder
in the 100 yard dash Stanley
'k 4V z,
Harris, clocked a 9.5 but had
to settle for fourth place in his
semi-final heat. ue.a
Harris then teamed up with
Beaufort Brown Willie
Wilder and Hesley Bostic for
the 440 yard relay and the
quartet turned in a fourth SPRINTER STANLEY HARRIS MAKES A QUICK GETAWAY ,

place. 40.6 second clocking.: .Daytona Beach freshman finished fourth in semi-final heat
Junior Tom Doerr also
missed qualifying for the 3:09: but also finished fourth outdoor season due to leg points while UCLA finishedin
finals by one place when he the semi-finals. injuries. second with 42'' points and
ran the 440 yard intermediate Brown and Gray along with And pole valuter Will Southern Cal took third with
hurdles in 51.8 seconds. Horace Tuitt and Wimpy Freeman failed to clear 16'8", 37 points. t
UPS MILE relay team of Alexander swiped the the height needed to advance Defending champion
BEAUFORT BROWN Doerr. Brown. Curt West- national indoor title but Tuitt to the finals. Tennessee totaled 24 points to,
I .NCAA's lost collegiate competition phal.and Noel Gray turned In and Alexander were lost to Texas El Paso captured the tie for sixth place with the
their best time of the season a the Gators forthe entire national team title with 56 Oregon Ducks.

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the Amateur Athletic Union. high school track meet May 9 involving world records. The junior from Baker High in 9 was used properly. the Florida Relays last
The track and field com in Winter Park. Winter Park track at Hat. The current 100-yard dash march. He won the dash
mittee said it would "hold in An international rule says Showalter field is equipped THE AAU committee will record is held by Ivory there in 9.5 seconds.REBELyDIS,000NT.

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