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A Florida Alligator JUNE 26,1975

VOL. 67, NO,. 152flendition

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by Jot Nortel 1969


The In 1969, a mass seating

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UF... the dream is

now close reality


By KEVIN BLOOMand buildings."
York said the state legislature might
F3 KEITH MOYER view UF's application of the $14 million to
% y.. Alligator Staff Writers academic buildings as "competitive" and
decrease their own allocations.
r Tallahassee mass seating facilitywill IN ADDITION York said "the
be UF's number one priority for the legislature ,does not provide state
approximately S14 million expected to be universities with funds for non-academic
allocated from 'a state wide student buildings" and the student building
building fund. funds were the only source he could see fora
UF President Robert Q. Marston made project like,a coliseum. However, York
S the statement at a Council of Presidents expressed anger at articles appearing in
f % meeting here Tuesday, in spite of previous newspapers last week dealing with student
remarks that a new building for the building funds which referred to them as
College of Education was UF's top coliseum funds.
priority. York said the articles were "un
ALTHOUGH TIIERE IS no legal fortunate" and that it was "regrettablethat
restraint in using the funds for any such funds were designated for a
building project State University Systemand specific purpose while I had not yet
state officials have said money from received priorities. from the university
the student building funds should be used presidents.
for nonacademic student oriented MARSTON SAID THE proposed mass
buildings. seating ,facility may not be a large
University System Chancellor Designate structure rather a group of small
E.T. York said, "If the State University buildings serving different purposes.
System were to use the student building Marston said the buildings may includean
funds for ,academic purposes they may art 'exhibition gallery, a concert
loose state money." auditorium and a basketball court. <
State Sen. Robert Saunders,. D, ,York also said the,facilities built using
Gainesville agreed. the student funds "should be used to serve
There is "every possibility that a state the total needs'of..the,community."
DZIbrlD PROSP Il ICQ university would loose state allocations if
...,, (see page Jour)
._. funds used for academic
.r : ... s buildings were

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Funding for SNAP questionable s* mmmsiphoto by jo. skipper ,.;v.

are not expected to report drug offenses. They
can report offenses if they feel they should as ;'
that SNAP a citizen,but it is not desired or expected as a ;,
By JUDY MOORE winter and spring quarters. who are enrolled summer quarter part of their job," Lambert said.
Alligator Staff Writer "WE HOPE to get a permanentfoundationof isn't in operation. The program has been very SNAP students work five hours a night ""
it is here to stay. Our
I think .
funds in the Student Government. UF has successful and every other night. Lambert said students '
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol been very good about getting us funding, but problem has always been money Lambert usually work on Fridays and Saturdays.He .

(SNAP), which aids in campus surveillanceand we are never quite sure where we'll be gettingour said.SNAP each of whom said SNAP has many applicants but .
provides an escort service for UF coeds: money from.We would be able to operate employs 21 students $2 only 21 are hired each quarter on the basis of .
will not be in service this summer because of much works 20 hours per week at a rate an r:
more; effectively with a sure source of Shands to background, academic standing, and need. :
insufficient funds, according to the University funds," Shuler said. hour. The $8.000 provided by LAMBERT SAID there is no way of ,f
Police Department (UPD). finance the program winter and spring
knowing how crimes SNAP :
many has
SG Treasurer Caleb Grimes said the SNAP Lambert :
used in salaries alone.
UPD Chief Audie Shuler said the patrol, quarters was
prevented, but added SNAP information
request will be discussed at a meeting of the has "c
which was begun a and a half to reduce
year for
been responsible arrests.
Activities and Service Fee Committee said.THE members many
PRIMARY duties of SNAP
the growing ofrapes and assaults on campus,
has never'' received funding for summer Tuesday. are to escort females around campus at night

quarter., "Judging by our last meeting there seemsto and to patrol, assigned areas of campus; WHAT'SHAPPENING ,
"IT IS DIFFICULT ENOUGH finding be a favorable feeling about,the request.We Lambert added. .
funds for three quarters Shuler said. have a lot'of other request: to decide, SNAP members have no power of,arrest, ::.
In the past, UF has funded! the 'program but I think the SNAP request has a good and carry no weapon. .,
through the Other Personnel Services (OPS) chance; Grimes said. They carry a citizens band radio and call YOUNG DEMOCRATS The ''J
budget. Excess funds from W.T. Shands the UPD to investigate any suspicious activity Young
UPD LT. RUSSELL LAMBERT, SNAP they observe. Democrats will hold a meeting today at 7:30: ,
Teaching Hospital provided funding during
the past two quarters. director,said he would like to see the programrun "THEY ARE the eyes and ears of the police p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union in room B !.
72. For further information call Sue Cline
UPD requested $13.500 from StuaentGovernment yearround."I department. However, we don't want SNAPto at
to fund SNAP through next fall, think it is a disservice to the students be thought of as a "spy" operation. They 3777615.
GO CLUB The GO Club will hold their first

meeting of summer quarter Saturday at 8
p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union in room
I Criticisms spur policy for SG officialsCourt 118.3772866.Further information call George Hwangat

By JOSE SARIEGO members of their duties as student supervisors Chancellor Bob Undgren and Grimes. FOLK DANCING Students interested in
Alligator Staff Writer of career employees. The board also decided that all sick leaves or folk dancing should come to Norman Hall
"There's been criticism of lax supervision annual leaves must be approved by the Gym Friday at 9 p.m. For further information
Seeking to quiet criticisms of lax supervision nothing major,but something we should clear student supervisors, who will ,attach a slip call John Ward at 376-0224 or
of career service employes in Student up," he said. indicating their approval to the employe'stime Joyce Dewsbury at 3783883.REVOLUTIONARY .
Government the SG Personnel Policy Board Grimes said the major problem was card. STUDENT BRIGADE. ('
decided Tuesday to develop a personnel policyfor falsification of time cards and employes The board decided Wilkens and Staff The Revolutionary Student Brigade will hold
SG officials. taking frequent leaves of absence. Assistant Eudine Mcleod the two highest a meeting in the J. Wayne Reitz Union .,

The would be patterned after ranking career service employees at SG will Monday, at 7:30 p.m. in room B 70. e
new policy
THE BOARD decided to have SG Business supervise the employees when student OPEN HOUSEs Women Unlimited, a new .
similar guidelines developed by the ateve '
Manager Miles Wilken report any supervisors are not present. women's store will have an open house on
Uhlfelder and administrationsand
the Tyrie service Boyer handbook.AT discrepancies on time cards, which his office The policy developed by the board will be Friday, from 2.5 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m. ",
career processes, 'to the student supervisors to all members of SG, students and career Women Unlimited is located at US S. Main
THE Tuesday meeting Caleb Grimes, Student Body President Jim Eaton Honor employes; and a meeting will be called in the (upstairs). Refreshments and child care will +'
treasurer, reminded the personnel board Court Chancellor Byron Petersen. Traffic: future to discuss the provisions. be provided and a door prize will be given.

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" '- "- HEW investigates bias charges I IBjr

,. LINDA WISNIEWSKI questions would,be asked during the interview.
:T.; Alligator Staff Writer HANSON SAID he was interviewed Tuesday by HEW
officials, two of which were Cole and Lemon.
Investigators from the department of Health. Educationand The HEW team interrogated Hanson to determine if there
Welfare (HEW) arrived at' UF Monday'to "re- were any racial "ramifications" behind the firing of Blye w '
investigate" possible racial discrimination in the firing of Hanson said.Hanson .
former UF English professor Councille Blye. said he was asked during the interview if "The ,
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said the teamis treatment (of Councille Blye) would have been the same if he ,Afink y
trying to determine if "the atmosphere" at UF allows had been white."
blacks to be treated differently from whites. Hanson said he replied he was "quite certain" the fee r
BLYE WAS FIRED in March, 1972 for allegedly making treatment of Blye was no different due to his race.
homosexual advances towards two students. THE INVESTIGATORS are also gathering information on
Blye denied the charge and accused UF of discriminating other racially related incidents at UF to determine if "blacks
against him because he is black. that cause a fuss" at UF are "treated the same as whites who
Blye filed a formal appeal last year charging UF with racial cause' fuss," Hanson said.
discrimination. An incident involving 66 black students jailed in 1971 for
A SUBSEQUENT INVESTIGATION by HEW'found no occupying the office of UF President Stephen O'Connell was 4114k
evidence of discrimination. That investigation has been discussed during the interview Hanson said.
criticized by Blye for containing "several.outright untruthsand Hanson said he was asked "if 66 white students would have
innumerable distortions." been treated the same if they had occupied the president'soffice.
"After evaluating the entire case record we determinedthere .
were some issues relating to Blye's charges of "I. believe the treatment would have been the same" 'he
discrimination which had been inadequately explored," Roy said.THE
McKinney acting director of HEW's office for civil rights 66 BLACK STUDENTS were arrested and then q1aY

said.Blye .immediately suspended after occupying O'Connell's.office.. tv Sj
said he was notified in a letter dated April 21 from Three days after the incident O'Connell announced that 60
McKinney that "several matters" relating to Blye's complaints of the 66 blacks would be lifted from suspension and placedon
of racial discrimination "require additional in two quarters of conduct probation.Cole .
vestigation." and Lemon also interviewed Tuesday Dr. George t
McKinney said the investigation should be completed by Bentley, associate dean of University College. ,p l p1
September.The BENTLEY, who was acting University College dean when
"fact-gathering" team refused to reveal the purpose of Blye was fired three years ago said he was asked about the
their investigation although they did admit they would be meeting of University College officials who decided "Blye be
interviewing people involved in the Blye case. given notice. that his employment in the university be ter
Neither equal opportunity specialist Ursula Cole nor investigator inated..
Jim Lemon, both members of the investigatingteam However, Bentley said he did not "want to go into any more HAROLD HANSON
would reveal who they would interview or what details about the meeting or the interview." .'Blye's treatment would have been the same'

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By KEITH MOYER Alligator Staff Writer
Alligator Staff WriterIt

all started with an opinion poll back i in UF's proposed mass-seating facility has
I 1967.Since'. drawn mainly favorable reactions but one
organization. the United Faculty of
then, the prospects tor a university
v 6 (UFF). has offered some opposition.State .
activities center have remained prospects
only. Sen. Bob Saunders D-Gainesville. said

NOW THE "COLISEUM" is rising again.A d P s Tuesday. "I am whole heartedly in favor of a
1967 poll showed UF students were r t mass-seating facility for U of F and I have
X been for a long time."
overwhelmingly in favor of an activities r
center. But it wasn't until 1969 when Florida J DR.MELVYN NEW, UF chapter presidentof

Gym's seating capacity was reduced from the UFF. said "At the present time the

7.000 to 5.500 because of fire regulations that UFF cannot take a real stand for or against a

student action began to occur.A plan for a mass-seating facility. although we
group called the Student Coliseum Action 1 have taken a stand against the manner in

Team was one of the first to spring up. They which it was made."

hoped to raise funds to get the initial planning UFF argued that the mass-seating faciltiy

stages started. After a squabble with a plans were announced during the break when

fraternity group named The Order of --A' ,. most students and faculty were out of town.
Omega over which was to be considered the New said. "The UFF also believes that the

"voice"of the student body on the issue both STEPHEN O'CONNEll BOB SAUNDERS discovery of millions of dollars to spend at a

joined forces. .bought advertisement .favors facility time when the country. state and universityare

THE GROUPS STAGED rock concerts experiencing the worst economic con-

(Beach Boys and the Rascals), car washes. ditions in 40 years creates a further

'football games and contests (The Greek God credibility gap between the Chancellor's office
and Goddess) to raise funds. and the state legislature and between the
Interest became so great within the UF university and the people of Florida."

community that by fall of 1969 a plan was SAUNDERS SAID, "The authority is there

drawn up for the activities center. for the ,State University System to use the
It included a 16.000-seat() )() coliseum an 1,800 funds and the proposal for a mass-seating

seat performing arts theater and an indoor facility is a valid one."

Olympic-sized pool. The total estimated cost ,Student Body President Jim Eaton said he

was $17.5 million. A small amount of had talked with both Chancellor-Designate

classroom space was later added in hopes of E.T. York and UF President Robert Q.

attracting federal funds. I Ii Marston on the prospect of releasing $100.000
THE FINANCING was to be provided by i from student reserve to help finance the early

Florida Department of Transportation. planning. The money was allocated for that
($600.000)) the city, state and federal governments purpose last year by the Student Senate.
(:approximately $5 million), private
sources ($6 million) and the UF student body
($6 million). Saunders:

The $6 million in student funds would have

come: from a $6 per student fee hike to be paid 'The authority is

each quarter for 25 years.A .
committee was formed with UF backingand there for the State

: then director of UF's Institute of Food In 1969
a mass seating
and Agricultural Sciences Dr. E.T. York was The
University to
appointed its planning chairman. When UF facility was planned

the President forefront Stephen of the C.cause O'Connell it appeared stepped things into ,, Impossible for UF... the dream is use the funds and

were really beginning to move. now close to reality
However when the plan to raise tuition was Dream the proposal

revealed the activities center began to meet %KEVIN IIOOM MUiv.JinTMMpVn ..- ..
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GROUPS LIKE the Mayor's Council and ,.. ---. ---
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or rwy war PI A'tO. I.A d .
Committee to Defeat the Proposed Coliseum /I.lr. _w..rr.wW. ......ur r p.w4. _
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-'d..i. M NWW. .pwtd.. r .r.+..r..r.w.L..r.w. facility is a valid
believed the center was poorly planned and rw rw.w M.IM.y. .M 4.4.ql'
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that students would
not want to pay the ,....-., ,.l'wwi d....,... ...- -. ---. .. one.
tuition hike. a =':.r::;",::,:,: W .::::.".:-.,...4Aww.rA0. I

A student referendum was set for Feb. 5, tOF.p4..M.-.. ... lI'.y, VIA".err ,..... ._... .... ... .....
and competition heightened. .u. GII .mil ........... ..._.. ... ... .-... .-.........: Eaton and Student Body Vice President Dan
Y wl. OW .-. Ms I.... .... ...... Y Lobeck
Large public relations r..4I. -r Mawr _* .... both agreed that the mass-seating
campaigns were .d rw-'-....- ........ .. I .w.104 ql
I bunched both sides. O'Connell ...IM" -I..Iq um&-.ty 9"d ..46..-- W-4 11W f.cilitwas something that UF has needed fora
on paid for a I" -.......... ...*.. _.. IN MAUWIUlO rm; ... ,_
full :ad that urged students to vote "yes"for -..141 -.. ,h. W., W.tr lot .t.... lone time.
page .
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the activities center. The opposition .I\.T. 1.A.14 "fY rw t ., 1++..wp._....... w _, agreed
.w..w.r-t4*- "Mww.WA...U.. 4 ..,
retaliated with full page: ads of their own. .wM M -,Wpup. A" .., ..OIl ,44..r. ..#.. r..l.w wd4. students must play an important role in the
L..UM. -.. : ,........ .r.rM..s-..... .d wM entire
10. I. project.
There were numerous speeches and debatesas tJ 4.M* II. ''''' .1?w.fl",I "w.tws wry .
: the day of. the referendum drew near., "."-Ill %'r.Tom...., pwmwk.4. Ills.rw .4,4.......d-wok 1.,.:.d-;::-.Ad..:.=,w,'- I "I 1 would insist that we (the students) be

At .the polls the students defeated the .. r I=::: M..4.4 :::: :.d-: Ilr1P Jr>ort involved in every phase of this thing. planningand

referendum by more than a 2.1 margin, At -' -- if it is bulk management." Eaton said.

that point the planning was Hopped. The state's nine university presiients ex

O'Connell blamed the defeat on ,"irrelevantand pressed unanimous approval of the plan at a
confusing issues." Council of Presidents meeting in Tallahassee

As anticipated. many students believed coliseum Tuesday.
O'Connell's plan had been overpriced and
underplanned.In 00001

1973. a few' half-hearted attempts wire continue regardless of
from one) current retirment.
made: to get the activities center off the page ( York said with $25 million enrollment can be used to pay off the

ground again* but none succeeded. A surplus of Sib million in revnue came University System be able on hand the bonds.The remaining one-third is markedas
NOW IN 1975 plans are not only off the from a student building fund bond and a additional $25-29 may million. to raise an cash revenue accumulating on a yearly

ground but beginning to move forward. capital improvement bond. THE FUNDS WILL BE divided basis.
Once again York is in the limelight. As Students $1.II i I ac.
paid per quarter for the cording to enrollment figures for the nine Plans for the coliseum are' already
Chancellor-designate of the State .University building fund and $1.1) into
captial state universities with UF receiving the underway. Marston said he hopes to
System he revealed a plan to use student bond improvement bonds.
lions share about $14 million dollars. obtain the release of $100.000 which"w's
reserves to finance a mask-stating structure BOTH BONDS WILL wbee retiredFebruary York said he was "surprised"when allocated by the student senate last ye"for

last week. 1. 1976 leasing a total of S25 learning of the $25 million surplus. eary planning development.
freiident Robert Marston has million.
UF. Q. The surplus of funds evolved
initiated the beginning planning stages and York said the Regent's Educational unanticipated increase in from an Student Body President Jim Eaton said.

only a final approval by the regents stands in Finance Committee is considering an two-thirds of the projected enrollment. Only "I'm going to consult the student senate to

the way of a campus activities center. additional: bonds. as the revenue will revenue which is based on the building anticipated fund ask funds.them" 'for authorization to release the

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I Presidents approve quality education measure I

By KEVIN BLOOM Those not offering a "sufficient number" of degrees as salary increases to avoid "setting standards." ,'

Alligator Sun Writer related to number of courses offered.IN "If a specific policy is established in associating pay raises
OTHER ACTION the council appointed an Equal Em- with promotions, any instructor at any university would have
ployment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Coordinator for grounds to charge discrimination," he said.. '
The State University System Council, of Presidents Tuesday each of the nine state universities and moved to allow state
Also reviewed and sent to the regents for approval was a
unanimously aaproved a measure intended to improve the universities to "maintain" established policy with regard to program offering flexible retirement for university faculty
quality of academic review programs.The faculty promotions and raises. members.
measure if approved by the Board of Regents win calla UF President Robert Q. Marston said the "most probable
number of "warning signals" that would indicate which choice"for EEOC coordinator at UF would be James Allison, UNDER THE PROGRAM,a faculty member with ten yean
degree programs are in need of "qualitative review." currently head of UF's Affirmative Action program. of service may elect early retirement while continuing em-
PROGRAMS SUBJECT to' review include: ALTHOUGH MARSTON SAID he was not familiar withthe ployment on a part time basis. .
Those issuing fewer than 1 11 f bachelor degrees, fewer than exact specifications of the coordinators responsibilities,he did However a memorandum to the council stressed "the
six master degrees and less than four doctorate degrees. not think it would involve much more work for Allison. university would be under no obligation of offer the part time
Those having fewer than S non-tenured instructors, or University System Chancellor Designate E.T. York said supplemental employment contract and the individual faculty
more than 80 per cent tenured faculty. state universities should maintain their policies with regard to member is under no obligation to select early retirement."

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KEITH MOYER German Shepherd puppies and taking short days a week out here in front of the library to time to think. "You know Henry Ford said
Alligator Staff Writer walks. "I only watch television one hour a meet my friends to let them know that I still the hardest work in the world is thinking
week and that's wrestling." love them and still care about them," Hope that's why so few people engage in it."
Frank Hope wants his friends to know that Hope lives alone in a trailer in Windsor, a said. HOPE SAID George Wallace would make
he's down but not out. town on the banks of Newnan's Lake east of '"I'm gonna live:' ne said nrmiy. i m not good president adding, "Our country is in
Hope,68an amiable.gray-haired electricianhas Gainesville.He gonna rust away- this piece of steel's got to the worst shape then it has been in my entire
worked at UF for 27 years the last sevenat said he likes it there, but he would ratherbe break. life. Even worse than 1929. Even our judgesare
Library East. at work. Since his layoff Hope said he has plenty of sellin' out."
HE SUFFERED a heart attack on April 25. "I DON'T LIKE weekends too much I've
"I'm not sure" he said, "but it was either my told myself all the good jokes I know. I usually
seventh or eighth." spend Saturday and Sunday waiting for
In 1950, he suffered his first attack and the Monday to come so I can get back to work Fire strikes second time I IThe
doctor told him then "This is it. You'll never and be around the kids," Hope said.
see daylight." He said he's "not getting any younger" and
But Hope proved that doctor wrong and ne may not return to work. "If the doctor says second fire in two days broke out in a food freezer on the first floor of the
spent the next 25 years making friends on the okay, then I'll be back to work. But if he says in the UF Food Science building causing building, causing $8.000 damage to the
UF campus. I have to quit, then I will. $150 damage to an oven, according to the freezer.
"I 1 know thousands of people," Hope is only two years away from reaching Gainesville Fire Department.The There were no injuries reported for either
Hope said. "I 1 don't know all their names but I UF's mandatory retirement age of 70 and fire occurred in a storage room on the Goyce, who investigated the fires said there
know them. You know, I've never known a fears he may be forced into early retirement second floor and was apparently caused by a was neither evidence "at this time" linking
bad: one either. I love every one of them." because of his health. "If the doctor says I'm faulty thermostat which jammed and did not the two fires nor that arson was responsible
NOW HOPE IS on "doctor's orders" not to healthy and can work, then I won't do it turn off the oven, Bill Goyce state fire The Sunday fire was probably caused by i
work until his heart gets stronger. So he (retire). I'll take it to court." marshal, said. short in the electrical system, according to
spends most of his time training his two ."IF I HAVE TO retire. I'm gonna spend two Another fire had broken out midnight Goyce.

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__ FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM If you haven't been in
SHARON ALFORD rj the cave yet here's your chance to experience a bit of.,
Alligator Staff WritersTHE AROUND spelunkering without any of the hazards. Other exhibits
ALIBI LOUNGE W. University Avenue and 34th include wildlife, artifacts, gems, and reproductions of what
Street Have a nightcap in the mellow atmosphere of this [ ] some of Florida's terrain used to look like. The museum is '
Big Daddy's Lounge and listen to the contemporary folk L TOWN open from 9 am.5 p.m. on Saturday and from 1.5 p.m. on
!>sounds of Fandange (piano and guitar). No cover charge. 'Sunday. Admission is free.
Entertainment begins at 9 p.m. -- UNIVERSITY GALLERY Contemporary graphics
THE BEEF AND BOTTLE-5220 SW 13th St.Gamble from the University of South Florida's Art Bank are presentlyon
Rogers will be playing his guitar and telling his tall tales of the soul in two shows at 9:30: and 12 p.m. Friday. If you missed exhibit. It includes 45 prints made by such techniques as
South and Florida from 9.11 p.m. Thursday through the Acid Queen in Ken Russell's Tommy, here's your chanceto etching, silkscreening and lithography. The artists include
Saturday. Who are Lester Snodgrass and the Maitland Boys? see her strut her stuff. Tickets are $6. Andy Warhol. Robert Rauschenberg. Claies Oldenberg and
There is SI. cover on Thursday and $2. on Friday and THE KEG-: 201 SW 16th Ave The only place in townto Roy Lichenstein. The gallery is open 9 a.m.5 p.m. on Friday
Saturday. hear jazz. Friday and Saturday night the Jazz Project will but due to lack of funds is closed on Saturday and Sunday..
BILBO AND tiANDALF'S 2300 NW 6th St. Boscarelliwill be improvising and communicating their music. If you are Admission is free.
play,the so"n.ds of Cat Stevens, Neil Young and Shawn not used to, jazz, this is an opportunity to listen to the GREAT SOUTHERN-The girl has turned into a lady-
Phillips on his 12-string acoustic guitar beginning at 8:30 emotional side of music. The band starts at 10 p.m. and thereis Barbra Streisand's "FunnyLady" furthers the Fanny Brice
p.m. Friday and Saturday. There is a 50 cent cover. The gas- SI.I cover charge.LAMPLIGHTER1. story and her subsequent marriage tc Billy Rose, played by
lit cafe otTers beer;wine and cheese baskets served with fresh 1 NW 10th Ave- If you like to get on James Caan. Omar Shariff makes an appearance as gambler
fruits and hot New Orleans bread. the dance floor to bump and boogie, this Big Daddy's Loungeis Nicky Arnstein. (Great Southern)
BLUE WATER BAY-State Road 26 in Melrose The probably your best bet. Stagecoach, which specializes in
Bay just expanded its menu to include fresh fish, steak, and funk and rock and roll will start playing at 9 p.m. It's an ROYAL PARK CINEMA FOUR "Young Franken
lobster. Dinner is served from 5.10 p.m. and live entertainment excellent band to dance to.. There is SI cover charge on stein" is Mel Brooks demented version of the Mary Shelley
begins at 8:30: p.m. Friday and Saturday nights, but you can get in for 50 cents on horror story with Peter Broyle as the Monster Brooks has
DUBS 4560 NW 13th ST. Doug Clark and the Hot Thursday n izht. assembled a cast of crazy characters notably cock-eyed Marty
Nuts otter their !suggestive songs and risque poems at 10:30: COOEY'S RESTAURANT- Steinhatchee This fine Feldman and the ever-insane Gene Wilder. (Royal Park
and 12:30: p.m. Friday and Saturday. There is a $2. cover seafood restaurant located on the Steinhatchee River offers a Cinema FourGAINESVILLE)
charge. Dance in between shows to the music provided by the dinner theater on Friday at 7:30: and 10 p.m. The play i DRIVE-IN "Alice Doesn't Live Here
discotheque. "Love," a 40-minute comedy of two couples' amorous ad Anymore" features Ellen Burstyn in her Academy Award
GREAT SOUTHERN MUSIC HALL-The Ike and Tina ventures. Take SR 26 West until you get to US 1998. then go winning role about a recently widowed middle-aged woman
Turner Revue will be waiting to turn you on with their red hot north to Steinhatchee. For more information call ((904)) 498- who comes to terms with her own destiny and feelings.

I Minnie Riperton soars with latest releaseBy I

Alligator Staff Writer

The first time I heard

voice Minnie she Riperton's was hitting mellifluous high C L ARTS REVIEWBut

behind the Rotary Con
nection's version of "Lady
Jane." I immediately becameone Rotary's re-birth evident is Minnie's vocal
of Rotary's foremost fans, with buying public did not range. She has a five-octave
rummaging record stores for materialize. range-five octaves is 40 notes.
their albums. MINNIE QUIT show biz As one exuberant publicityman sr
Unfortunately, my and moved to Gainesville to put it "a five-octave
patronage was not enough to teach music. vocal range is like walking
keep Rotary in business. The Last year some Epic from LA. to Singapore." It .
group was a diverse meldingof Records big-wigs flew to ain't easy.Minnie.
talents whose albums often Florida and convinced Minnie herself called it
suffered from lack of she should start singing for "freakish."
unification (i.e. "Dinner the multitudes: once more. THE Stevie Wonder in-
Music".) Nonetheless, it was The result was "Perfect fluence isn't apparent on. this MINNIE RIPPERTON
an exciting group. But group Angel." And emerging from album as it was with "Angel."
,sweet perfection
members came and went and the album was-"Loving You" But most of the cuts continue
album concepts changed. Minnie's first Top 40 hit. along a rocker vein. Who can dJa 4Tt
Commercially, they were a AT LAST, Minnie was on resist a-bumpin and a-
flop. her way. "Angel," while not jumpin' to Minnie's weeoohson jim ,
IN 1969, Rotary's the stunning example of her "When It Comes Down To'It
producer Charles Stepney voice as her first album had ?" Equally difficult to sit
and Minnie got together for been, put Minnie smack-dab still through is "Simple
her first solo album "Cometo in the rousic. mainstream Things" with its funky back
My Garden." where she belonged. And beat.
It was an intensely hopefully where she will stay.
In sharp contrast to the ,-
"Adventures in Paradise"is
thorough and expertly
latest'release heavy rhythms is a touching '
Minnie's ,
arranged album. Minnie was ,
quiet song called "Alone in I
which she with her
I'll do produced
in lop form no "
Bay, the of
type .1
Minniewas husband, Richard Rudolph,
better than that -
Minnie does well.
sweet perfection. and Stewart Levine. It is song
But. through shoddy similar to "Angel." mainly And it's a shame she
promotion the album did not because once again Minnie doesn't do more of them. Buts
sell. A year later. Stepney and Rudolph have ; it stands, she's being
,reorganized Rotary for one collaborated on the songs. packaged as funk-rock. And a
i last try coming up with "Hey Lyrically the songs are not funk-rock Minnie is better a,, h4
Love." at the best. But what isClaustrophobia than no Minnie at all.


i r or decadence pick your poison I

i "Hie Prisoner of Second A\enue" is a heavyhanded cultural and moral hell 1930's Hollywood. A vicious!
comedy about progressive insanity in New York City. cynical film "Locust" is peopled with an imposing assen
t Playwright-screenwriter Neil Simon's comments on unemploymeqt REVIEW blage of hedonists and losers.
middle age and, !neurosis are, at, times ,too, ; "'-.w'i.' '' For instance Karen Black whQ has the movie's meatic
r dramatically intense to be'funny even though the sharp RICHARD role, portrays a star-struck bit,player ,with jt S-year-ok1!
performance of Jack Lemmon at least keeps the proceedings caprice and a vulpine disposition.The .
bearable. L BURKHOLDER sun-baked Los Angeles setting is marvelously evoke
through a golden-hued cinematography and extern-
Lemmon's tibrance is visually offset by the stagey location .work. The film's stunning screenplay whk
cinematography: and uninspired editing. Perhaps this pic culminates with a mind shattering climax is consistent
ture's worst failing, however is that it neglects to take advantage Lemmon's spiritual claustroph)bia. At the Center. sharp-witted and provacative. In our opinion "Locust" is tl
of the natural! Fun City backdrop that engenders 'The D.the, IJKUM" i h a brilliant scaring vision of finest pic w c\c encountered this Vicar, At the P1a/a.


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EDITORIAL ....,: t\\ : I', ,\ .

Cookie thiefWe .
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never found out if it really was the cookie .


All we know is an unknown person or persons
broke into the Broward Hall Coed Club one

February night in 1974 and made off with over 240

packages of cookies and two cases of half-pint.
cartons of milk.

Shades of Sesame Street.

Actually there have been some pretty strangeike
the nights when the mysterious "Robin and her

merry gang" roamed the campus ripping parking

tickets off illegally parked cars, or recent
disclosures that more than $16,000 worth of toilet

paper disappeared on campus over the last year.

Then there was the time when the "theft-

resistant" bike bank was stolen.

But some of the nocturnal goings on are not so ''THIS15ACRACKDOWNI I,4"

amusing.No .

one is laughing at the 63 sex offenses

committed on this campus in 1974 seven of them
rapes. Or the six robberies or 10 aggravated Political favorites get tax mone

assaults committed during that same time, not to -

mention 144 breaking and enterings.In .
A milestone of sorts in the decline and probable fall of the
fact, of all the part one crimes (including American republic has been documented by economists from

murder, manslaughter, rape, assault, breakingand the Ford Motor Co.
entering larceny and motor vehicle theftthat) They added up the number of government employes, BRIAN. DONERLY
occured last year in this county, more than one- military on active duty, the disabled the unemployed, the -
retired and those on welfare. The total came to 80655000.
sixth happened on this campus. Then, the economists estimated the number of workers in the
Not at all funny. private sector at 71650000.
In other words, tax consumers now outnumber taxpayers.The distinguish the two. Perhaps the most famous piece ot' pI'
at least four coeds narrowly escaped
quarter tumor is now larger than the organism supporting it. tax propaganda is Justice Homes' statement to the effect tha
attacks on this campus and in one night four That grotesque datum is the inevitable outgrowth of taxes are the price we pay for civilization.You .
'students were robbed at gunpoint.This currently fashionable American political philosophy.It would do well to keep in mind just who was payin
is assumed today that we exist primarily for the benefit of Justice Holmes' salary at the time he made that remark. .
quarter, with the lower summer others. Naturally, we are imcompetent even to decide who A less elegant rationale for taxes is the old saw about th
enrollment, the crime rate at UF will probably those others should be. So the benevolent state makes that inevitability of death and taxes. There's an element of trut
drop a bit. But we don't believe it will drop enoughto decision for us. there. As long as we start with the assumption that ou
It has been decided that the worthy recipients of the money existence has to be justified in terms of its benefit to other
justify lowering safety measures on campus.
stolen from the of taxes inevitable.
productive segment society are welfarites are
But they are being lowered nonetheless.The Penn Central, the military, and others who, for one reason or There is a radically different result'however, if one start
another, are among the politically favored.OPINION with the opposite principle: that each person's life is an en
Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) in itself.It .

has once more been forced to discontinue it's follows from this that each person has the right to wha
services for the same old reason. .mon y. he or she earns and that anyone taking it by force (even
[ ] government) is a thief.
The 21-student force has proved it s worth time These principles are, of course those underlying th

and again over the past year and a half as night philosophy of libertarianism.In .
a society organized along these lines, no one would b
escorts as watchdogs
as campus
prevented from wasting money on those projects now kep
security. Most people seem to be dissatisfied with the the
way afloat by government handouts. The possibility of peopl
largesse is distributed. But a nitpicking examination of the
keeping the Penn Central afloat contributiondoes
We have written several stories in that time merits of any particular scheme of distribution is a sure way to by voluntary
appear to be a bit remote, however.
about SNAP patrols aiding in the arrest of gas lose sight of the real issue. The important thing is that each of these projects .oul!<
thieves, prowlers and bike thieves. More than once The important point is that money has been taken from the have to garner its support voluntarily. Anything which th
productive people by threat of force
the SNAP patrol has been credited with a drastic politically favored clients. and then given to people, acting as individuals, did not find worthy of suppo

reduction in the number of stolen bikes on If this were done by any institution other than would die.
government, At a time when tax consumers outnumber taxpayers. nee
campus. it would be called by its proper name: theft. But since it's the for a new organizing principle for society becomes apparentThe t
government that's doing the stealing call it
we taxes.
Now SNAP has requested $13,500 from Student Of course the government and its toadies work principle described above is the only one consonant
very to belief in the
worth of the individual.
Government to fund it's operation next fall, winter r
and spring quarters. We think that's' good ideaas

far as it goes, SG should be responsible for the The Independent Ron Cunnlnham Tom Shreder

saftey of it's students.But Editor-In-Chi.f News Editor

it's not far enough. Florida Alligator

Oil 1 {{ OttirtaC4ii Douglas Hatch Mindl KalmanManaging

With 13,000 students on campus this quarterthe iP Editor Layout Editor

possibility more rapes, assaults and theft is

still very' much with us.
R.A.'Tony'K.ndzior., .. .. .. .. . . . . . .. .
We believe SG should allocate enough money Jams V.Cook .. .".,. ",. ...' ... . . V' General Manager Publithedis .by
now. to fund the SNAP program through the Mr. Evelyn Bet... . '...LlhOfi4'V.:... :!: :; .: ... . Assistant. Adnrlnltrative!General Manager r'" ",10" r ,.uu.-uu ,'u.n_ ,In'.
Ann. ... . . .' AssIstant
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summer. The cost would be about $4,000 to pay C. Roy Shipp .. .0. . . .. ... .. .. . . . . . .. .Bookkeeper P.O. Bo- 1326 U"ve" '(fStation.
student salarys and we believe it's. a good in- Tom MacNarr..oro ..,.,.. .. .... ... ... . .. . . . . . Business. .. .. Manager Gainesville Florida with.
vestment. Ray M SutanMotley .. . ;. . . . . . . . .*dverti II lng Manager 1728 West UnIY.lvenlle
We're not really concerned about the cookie Jim Esposito . .. . . . . . . ". . . Advertising. ) Secretary lufcne**Office phone: 37l-44A6.
Glenda Martini. ,.. .,. .. .., .. .: .. ., ... Circulation! *"**Manager Editorial Department: 376-44S8.
monster coming back, it's the other nighttime Cloulfled Manager Advertising and' Production
worried. Deportment 37".....2.Paget .
beasties that have us

mm mo.pfiMm nonaa npaior, invntmj,Jun.2i, 1119, rag*T

groups "

don't need funds Eying the CIA

EDITOR "I have no qualms about giving away any
student money to any group anywhere that the Student
Senate likes until someone is strong enough to stop them". ,, -.
Do you like this statement? If not is the following any bet
ter?: "I am not hung up about allocating Student Govern-
ment funds for an off "
campus organization barring any legal
complications. : yJy
This last one The Alligator reported on May 22 was spoken '
by Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen.
No Sandeen can't be held responsible for the new theft the
Student Senate is preparing to pull on the very people who put y X
them there to protect their interests but I just want to show
you that this is one time that the "grown-ups" aren't going to
save the student voters from the people they trusted. Excuse
me but in an earlier letter I TOLD YOU SO. st
The floodgates are now open. It's been discovered that a
there is just too much loot for the on-campus jackals to digestso
now their off-campus counterparts are jumping the fence.
The Corner Drug Store is just the pack leader other will soon t ..
follow after the money you paid along with fees with the S
understanding that it would be used for your entertainment. o,..
Those of you who still trust in Student Government I A
would like to.meet as I'm from Brooklyn and I have a transaction _
to offer you.
Changing the subject. I want to thank Brian Donerly for his
column in The Alligator. I have two complaints though. Pint,
he doesn't appear often enough, and second his writings
don't always reach the people who are more interested in their

daily This lives is than why what I write is happening UF related some distance away.I believe 'BE 1NMIf( i. (bMtVl DON UVE WIN A GCVERNMEHT MICH SPIES ON PEOPLE,
on subjects
as a
reader is more interested in knowing that the money he or she PUNS A NATION?,8UG6 O ICFSTAPS TO.EPHONES, UESTO US...'

could have spent on "beer and pizza" some weekend was
allocated instead for other people's pet projects.
Show yourself more often Brian or else more obnoxioussons
of a bitch like myself will 'tire of waiting and start
presenting individualism in ways you don't like to see it done. )

Walt Karwicki ,:
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advises students i

EDITORtI would like to compliment staffer Drew Dahlonhis
excellent article on life insurance insurance agents though A 1i
I feel the headline was somewhat misleading.As a
pan-time graduate student and a full-time life un
derwriter I feel that I am in a position to see both sides of the
situation. i
When determining when to buy a policy there are three
factors most consumers consider. Unfortunately their em-
phasis usually adversely proportionate to their importance.First .
,the consumer looks at cost. This is important but most
major companies will balance out in the long,run, and insurance -
is generally a long term purchase.
Second is the company. This is important also, but as long
as the company is licensed in all SO states (or wherever the
insured hopes or expects to move), they are generally pretty
much the same. There are two major types, however stock
and mutual. A stock is owned by its stockholders a
mutual company by its policy holders. The latter type pays I.UNDER! OTHER PERFECTIY.NOW//
dividends to policy holders.
Finally the most important consideration is the agent (as
pointed out in your article.) Unfortunately the consumer
generally buys from the agent who happens to be in the right i
place at the right time. He should be more careful. t
What the consumer should do when confronted with the ffir ..c.J
prospect of buying insurance from someone he does not knowis : >.'
first feel if the vibes are right. Does he feel this man wantsto
serve him? Is the man talking about a long-term "
relationship or is he just peddling a policy? Then he should
know some facts. Does he belong to his professional
association (here, it is the Gainesville Association of Life ,,"
Underwriters)? Is he a career insurance man? .
The consumer who takes the time to find out if his agent is
qualified to serve his needs get a quality agent. 5' -
Howard M. Rosenblatt. 7ED
. Vice-president, liamesville Association of Life Underwriters _

Field Underwriter, MONY


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Council (GRC).

WILSON AND NORTON found that about $450 million The amendment provides'that if a check is not paid becauseof "Although 'Bill 1030 was introduced by Saunders only days I
worth of bad checks are cashed in Honda annually.The insufficient funds the person issuing the check is notified prior to the final deadline the bill passed and is scheduled to
difficulty of obtaining convictions in bad check cases is a' and has 20 days to pay the face value of the bad check plus a go into effect in the very near future. Ines said.
major reason for the big losses, according to Victor Ines, service charge.If .

executive director of GRC. payment is not made then evidence exists to prove "Intentto UF cools classrooms
Under the old law the state had to overcomedifficult legal defraud." I
"burdens of proof." The.State Attorney first had to prove for summer sessionThe
that the individual who signed and passed the check was the "THE PROFESSIONAL or persistent bad check passers
should now think twice before passing a bad check since
one who actually "owned" the checking account. Secondly,
cool to be run their air conditioners at
criminal can't be avoided in the
the state had to prove that the passer "intended" to pass a charges as easily as they were said.
bad check. past,"' Ines said. summer quarter will be the night. Green
classroom. The air conditioners will be
DEFENSIVE CLAIMS such as a wife parent forgetting to "Because we all have absorbed the cost of these uncollectedbad According to Calvin shut off when buildings are
deposit the money made it nearly impossible for the state to checks through higher prices, we should now see lower Greene, Physical Plant not in use in an effort to cut
prove intent, Ines said. prices if the new amendments act with the deterrent effect director, air conditioners will UF's electric bill Greene
which we are expecting," he said. be run in all buildings with said.
Due to the low conviction rates, charges often were not even
filed. Ines said he is"tickled to death"with the passing of the new central air while the buildingsare In many of the buildingthe -
amendment. Normally it takes months to complete an in use.
In legal terms, what the new amendment does is shift these amendment yet Wilson and Norton finished theirs in six The air conditioners will air conditioning will tx
burdens to the passer. Now if certain stand*rized "iden weeks including many sleepless nights, Ines said. run from 9 am.4 p.m. turned on and off to suit th
tification checking"procedures are followed by the merchant, However this schedule will notr schedule ofthe building
the legal assumption is that the passes intended to pass a bad THE FINISHED PRODUCT was delivered to Carrol Gra)< be rigid for all buildings. Green said.THIS.
check and the state may prosecute. executive vice president of the Gainesville Chamber of THE LIBRARIES/ Nor. YEAR' S
HOWEVER, THE law is not designed to catch the truly Commerce who in conjunction with the Florida Retail man Hall, Matherly Hall, SCHEDULE is very similar t to
innocent person who miscalculates his balance but the Federation, submitted it to State Sen. Bob Saunders. D- buildings with night classes the one that was used las
professional who passes bad checks for a living, Ines said. Gainesville. and various laboratories will summer. Greene added.
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University \ ww. Norman HallExpat ion No. 1 Priority for New Space I I

An addition to Norman Hall for the College of Education is the University's' first priority Conservation and the Teaching Hospital for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Digest for new on campus, with buildings for the College of Journalism and d I I,: //ism and Commuo/caf/ons/ Renovation and expansion on University Auditorium is due to begin soon.
Communicationsspace and the College of f Business Administration running g close behind' 0 V rna / Hanson informed the committee that it is hoped a building for the Center of Jewish
hodwnd ErecutiveVice-PresidentHarold Hanson told the Board of Regents facilities committee at : Studies will be funded and constructed "relatively soon" from approximately $$2 million
6 by I Me DMJiOlt O/I/OIfIIMlloIt/ / d a meeting g on campus last week. I,:1' r/on r/ Ha///II/ N ex t on UF List,S t donated by private sources.
rbHntiotS/ ,Serrkrs*to comma''''' Hanson also asked the committee to consider alternative methods of contracting for 'I "We hope,with your permission and assuming no legal problems,that the (University of
tote offktal/ 'noticn/ ImportmiMftxMwrjoM buildings that might be privately funded and outlined the University's' concern for buildin g ;t. se a !.. Florida) Foundation will be permitted to contract for the building," Hanson said.
'''( to) "1HI "t"l.ftlltJ'' n. in of increasing energy and "hopefully concomitant" with education and this will construction."
construction light a third priority Journalism is an "Presumably, expedite
tioij at ike' I fit/"'ffuty)' of Florida. "No academic program on our campus is % I ns ion and renovation of Bryan Hall for the College of Business Administration' Hanson said that an exception for construction mechanisms for the partially-private-

housed as is our education program,Hanson ated to cost $$1,785,000., financed journalism building will not be sought because public funds will also be used..
t in the College of Education, but the costs.'I'I''I ere has been a very heartening support from the business community for the As to energy needed to cooling and heating buildings,,Hanson said,, "We need to explorethe
graduate and research activity, and it will of this (Business Administration) college," Hanson said. "We are looking possibilities of alternative sources of energy.We have,at the University of Florida, the
Here's How dispersed teaching functions which are to a million dollar academic program which will be used to support the world's' experts in solar energy and we are hoping to become a prototype community for
The cost of the Norman Hall addition has been a$$6,684,000, by the Division of rational thrust of the college. I believe it is sound judgment to match this kind of the nation. We are exploring this possibility with federal agencies, with private
Planning and Analysis. ponstrated interest and support by providing the college with the facilities they so foundations and with state units.
Tuition Money .... Because more than $$1.6. million has come from private sources for construction of a lily y need." "I'mnot going to make a financial proposal you,but I Just want to point}t out that if the
V-P HAROLD HANSON building for Journalism and Communications and, under terms of the gifts, construction (Hanson[ listed as buildings already approved In the planning stages General Purpose University of Florida is given funding to develop solar heating and cooling units on its
"System could use ideas and concepts for must be underway by December, 1976, Hanson said the University is "looking to an early ladings "A" and '"B",horticulture, and expansion of the Walker Hall chiller to supply campus to augment the electrically,supplied units and if we can develop this potential,
Will Be UsedFigures solar heating and cooling developed at the< start" for that facility. Additional money will have to come for state or other sources conditioning for,new buildings. then the system could use the ideas and the concepts and the equipment' that we develop, to

University of Florida" Planning and Analysis has estimated total cost of$$4,150,000, for phast 1 and$$4,724, ,000 for (nstruction is underway!' on a building for the School of Forest Resources and heat and cool the other universities.

printed in Tuesday's' Digest, 1- .
relative to the break-down in student 111t J 163 Members < : -

tuition Here had are a the 10-cent correct error.figures based on GastroenterBuilt 'ology Unit ___ Faculty

tuitions to be assessed beginning with the I
fall quarter:
Lower level undergraduate courses will with PIA rivate $s's' Approved for PromotionHealth
cost $$14 per credit, with $$8.51 going for :t
matriculation (general operating expenses -

); upper level undergraduate courses, new, privately funded Gastroentero- "Digestive diseases cause the hospital! h
$$15, with $$9.51 going for matriculation; logy Educational Research Unit now in zation of some 3.4 million persons each One hundred and 63 faculty memben Center LibraryTo ')' J.E. Lewis, D.C. Peters, and S. Rubin.
graduate courses, $$20, with $14.51 for active operation at J. Hillis Miller Health ,year in the United States," said Dr.JamesE. l have been approved by the Personnel Librarian E.S. Eaton and J.H. LibrariesTo
matriculation; graduate thesis and disser-- Center has been formally introduced to McGuigan, professor of medicine and Board for promotion to professor and GarvinTo Librarian -J.R. Jones, Jr., and R.R.
tation, $$22, with $$16.51 for matriculation. visiting Florida citizens who helped finance chief of the Division of Gastroenterology.He associate professor. Associate Librarian-E.B. Jones. Pachefsky.To .
The remainder of the per credit hour also said digestive disease medical ; Health Related ProfessionsTo Associae Librarian B.L. Clarke, B.
It.The Alphabetically, by college, promotionsare
tuition cost will be distributed as follows: unit is devoted to patient care, .costs have been estimated to exceed $$8.1 as follows: Professor- LC. Hammer. Deane, E.G. Kelly, and B.J. Wittkopf.
building fee,$$1.18 and capital improvementtrust medical education, and research In the billion across the nation, and $$265 million Architecture and Fine Arts Medicine .'/'
fund, $$1.27, totaling$$2.45 for building human h digestive diseases and nutrition. per year in Florida.Dr. To Professor-T.s. Small and H. D. IFAS To Professor -A J.Block,W.B.fieal,G.

construction purposes; student financialaid Researchers are involved In studies of the Leighton E. Cluff, professor and Williamson. To Associate Professor-A.J. To Professor-C.A. Conover, C.C HOT- Freund,M.J. Jaeger, KM.. Heilman, R.A.
cents fee,29 cents; general student aid fee, 41 nutritional value of ,citrus, peptic: ulcers chairman of the Department of Medicine, 'I h R4 4 Dasta, F.F. Lisle, Jr., J. M. McRae, J.A. tenstine, R.T. Poole, D.E. Purcifull, C.J. Henry, M. Plutzky, G.A. Richard, E.G.
and student financial aid trust fund and their causes, as well as diseases said that much of the current emphasis on O'Connor' M.M. Soils, J.L Ward and C. Rogers, J.R. Strayer, D.L. Wakeman, and Sander, D.O. Shah, and RJL! Waldman.To .
20 cents, totaling 90 cents for student involving the pancreas and small intestine, nutrition research at the UF was stimu- D.B. Ward. Associate Professor D.H. Duck-
financial aid purposes;activity and servicefee resulting from the improper absorption of lated by a member of the faculty-Dr. White.Architecture and Fine Arts To Associate Professor -C.L.. Anderson, worth, C.R. Fitzgerald,A.R. Gasset, C.E.
(which is allocated for use by Student certain vitamins and calorie sources. Richard Streiff-who did pioneer work on '.ti .. 1 To Professor -T.S. Small and H.D. R.D. Barnett, J.A. Bartz, R.J. Braddock, Muniz, J.P. O'Leary' C.J. Pepine, S.T.
Government with approval of the president Honored at the Shulman G.S. Stein, P.P. Toskes, D.W.
ceremonies were mem- folic acid in oranges and found that Williamson.To T.E. Crocker, W.L Currey, C.G. Davis, ,
), $214. bers of the Florida Citrus Commission, drinking orange juice every day helps DR.JAMES CERDA (R) EXPLAINS ULTRA CENTRIFUGE IN NEW Associate Professor-A.J. Dasta, L.L. Dearmin, D.W. Gorbet, M.S. Hammer Walker, and J.M.J Whitworth.
Of the $$338 per quarter paid by MD and private citrus growers and packers and prevent folic acid deficiency anemia GASTROENTOEROLOGYEDUCJWAL AND RESEARCH UNIT F.F. Lisle,Jr.,J.M.McRae,J.A.O'Connor' J.T. Johnson, T.A.. Kucharek, R.C. Nursing

DMD students in the .Colleges of Medicineand other friends of the university whose (second only to iron deficiency as a form of L to R:Edward Nelson,C.D.NewDera,I fo jjtra commissioner from Tampa,and M.M. Solis, J.L Ward and C. White. Littell, E.T. Loehman, D.B. McConnell, To Associate Professor-J.M. Wilson.
Dentistry$255.65.,$ goes for matriculation private gifts amounted to $$248,000.The deficiency anemia). Edward Beeland,citrus I from r Winter Haven Arts and SciencesTo L.L Murphy, R.A. Nordstedt, F.M. Pate, PharmacyTo
; $$17.70 to building fee and $$19.05 to visitors toured the 6,200, squarefootunit Professor R.T. Chang, W.R. Dol- F.J. Prochaska, J J.A. Reinert, D. A. Associate Professor-R.B. Stewart.

$$36.75 capital$$4.35 improvement for trust fund, totaling on the sixth floor of the Human klap uier;', ,Ti,&., R U.4'M'&. &DiiTnit,I"&'un, I F?..I TP... .Diinnam........-..-.., 1 E?.._T.. Roland, Sr., D.E. Short, D.L. Sutton, B.G. Physical Education,Health&RecreationTo
; student financial aid fee, Development Center, adjoining the Tea- P.J. Jensen, J.E. Keesling, M.s.KIrkpatrick Volk, R.W. Ward, and D.P. Weingartner. Professor P.R. Varnes.
$$6.15 for general student aid fee and $$3 for Gabbay, To Associate Professor-S.W.;, Fager--
ching Hospital. It features six research Why Non-Academic K.R. Legg, C.M. Levy, Jr.,, Journalism CommunicationsTo
student financial aid trust fund fee, totaling laboratories, a gastroenterology library, Buifings N.W. Macaulay, Jr., W.A. Rosenbaum, Professor G.A. Butler and J.L. berg and D.A. Shields.
$$13.50; activity and service fee. $$32.10.
offices for four faculty members, two G.L Schmeling, A.K. Varma, and G.J. Griffith. University CollegeTo
Non-Florida students will pay $$23 more secretarial offices, walk-in cold room Law Professor -A.L. Lewis,Jr., and P.G.

for lower level undergraduate courses, $$32 facilities, glassware washing and autoclave From $$50 Million Warheit.To Associate. Professor-P.M.Achey,S S. To Distinguished Service Professor H. Schauble. ;
for Studei Fund
graduate more upper courses level and courses for, $$37 thesis more and for room and other support facilities. ? Chen, A.J.. Damico, J.T. Giesel, T.E. A. Fenn Associate Professor- C.B. Craver, and To I.S.Associate Thompson.Professor-M.M. Malvern F
C.P. Luehr J J. To
dissertation, and $$337 per quarter for MD A &X Hogen Esch, D. R. Lewis, ,
and DMD courses. AU of the additional Martinez, R.D. Mauldin, B. Mesch, M.T
non-Florida fee goes into the matriculation Jtejtate universities would stand to lose student as part of his tuition is already ittn n planned by a nine-member student- Parkinson, M.B.. Pollock, J.F. Preston HI, DECISION ON FACULTY TODAY-'(.
Financial/ Award DeadlineDue $$50 million in academic building funds from committed to retiring bonds for buildings iJNty-administration! committee andW A. Ramirez, S.A. Saxon, L.J. Severy, W.J.

fee.The fee schedule was set by the Board of the gross utility tax bonding g program if that have already been constructed.. J J. d contain a 10,00o-to, -14,000-seat, ()() colin Sullivan m, R.M.Swanson,T. Walsh, D.C.
Regents at its March meeting and recommended to the fiscal year closing,all summer they used $$50' million from student tftU Wayne Reitz Union is among those buil type facility, a 2,400eat, center forforming Wilson, E.R. Wittkopf, M.C. Yang, and< Promotional Pay Increases k
building fees
to the Legislature. The Legislature financial aid awarded tr t tI',' University of to construct academic bun dings. arts and a natatorium. W.A. Yost. '

did cot act on the matter, however, and in florida students through me Office for dings, President Robert Marston said The .student-paid building fund has e plan has not been finalized, but atUthre Business Administration OK'd' for Career Service S 2'
the past,the courts have ruled that the fee Student> Financial Affairs must be pickedup Council Chancellor-desfgnate of E.T. York told the '''accumulated an estimated $$25 million in estimated cost of$$21.4 million for To ProfessorD.L.. Crumbley and J.B. r A ,P
schedule the by,Monday, June 30. Awards cannot be Presidents Tuesday. cash because enrollment has been \ mass seating center has been'an- Ray y, Jr. b '
proposed by Board of Regents That reserves Career Service and Administrative Personnel 4 (A4P)employees*] ve
prevails if the LegisUtare fails to act. honored after this date.Questions should be .yrttaMWl presidents to greater t than-MS> :: ''anticipated when the weed by committee chairman Kenneth To Associate Professor-D..A..'Denslow, the next fiscal yeer.VUl be..u.iW.. for to a p tf :1
during (
: submit promotions .
i Greeted, to Room,. 23 3, Tigert. ,,HaU.:';;,." ," : '"non4cadenrilc to a priority"'"listing, g of program vMbUsbed and because only ger,associate vice-president,: ,. health Jr., J.M. Feldman,'.J-f.K.'Ckinv' : : ,.:.add d W.O mcreases.' Executive VIc -Prestdent'i( '$ rold Hanson:; announced WaMi" ) { ,
.. building,heeds Chat F{ ,4i', : I.+ "
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( ''coul4be possibly two-tblrds- Ii; could be committedto : : ;; Tyler. ; 'Hanson'oaid he has t recommended Mari,faculty'taembersJfafr receiving i6 it
VHotofiftancial feet ,constructed h.'the d bond VfHyn. York has also estimated !- !o formal plan has been su&fiitted (for Deaflitrf?t )i #vtn pay).Increases., but thatHttnl.de&tt.. wfll not b he.ttsttttWiFit '.\
.. 'thdy MUitional $$25 million or d art gallery1 or.' JL.AI. ,'" To Profesjor-SJ.. S ,,,ChetkraUMJ.. .; 1. lie E4aeoBl 4 PaIc1'Group this#. .
H Aid ; ? "hlst'stosi' : '' 'v. :11 ,'" ,r""' with the Faculty ti
d .Vort' ::: : i '
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; 4giSIaitirb.. \ that'the more .coolC kerated! from the fund arston uU be b his i m..ea., ''lateas lef, ud S. ,nincHDEiember group is .compased'rfacnltyc4radembera'', :: a, ,I
cr ass, s'utility,liar It* To Associate: ro4Mds1Kirl.+ 'Senatt.VHaDBon ,
', ftds.tunck b ,, en.the through a possibility//or" priority .t" Senete-dected Steering Committee) of|*be :/
The three fea'for atadont Gape W aiel collected part of f tuition all{ cantlna> qi g 'it.'( tr'ated'academ' C, basis ollonnuIa-gm. but that there 13'Sosaaa ttefejthat1y ;; t tIs :- f :J: .' laid he has recommended BtmnottoB h pay '
:progran' >s and begin a "pew one, beginning with the fall quarter, w)ra Douglu'1'umer' a'",. 'icboob (K-12)), :bI Idf Jae'tda' :OlllUbUc> The PJ8.. the t50 0 million for .facility)'mJgJdbt tand thew T To Professor i 4DJ-->:;' toted''''' ""t* and1T.L;': ,uniform throughout the University.Tb) amount,rill! be discussed ,,:'.
director of Student Financial AId. :1 Community,>rolleges, \'OCationaltecbnb1,1Cboots -' nand, s has been approved utility y tax fund. t*>; .. Wass '.. > group; *v :
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Turner described the three separate f fees,totaling 90 canto per quarter'hour,u follows.: tis. and the anIvenI. by the fa ttee of the B Board d said that U be hadbla pi'eference To Associate Professor'-P.A.' M.R.& McMflIfa Clark-,, A poll of deans recently) revealed that pay increases with p promotion .
Student Financial Aid Fee ((29 cents) -The money goes to the Board of Regents for "u the $$50 million Regents and will* considered by the full would put the $$14. 'minion into an R.C. Ferguson, S.M. KinZer, White. have been the policy of all departments on campus In the past. The Informal poll
reallocation to the universities proportionate to the number of students enrolled whose from the student.fee Presumably available Board July 7.''The UF's. share would be demic enrichment fund, but that optionnot A.B. Smith HI, and A.O. showed that those increases have ranged from $$250 to $$1,500,$ per year.
parents'. Income Is below $pOOO, per yeat. The money Is then used by the institution for construct academic funds were used to o $$14.1 million been presented. EngineeringTo Jr. J.F, The matter of pay increases with promotions has been left up to each individual
loans and direct aid buildings, the Le g isla. Marston universities Professor- W.B. Boykin, the Board of Regents. The Legislature has prohibited merit or any
tare would reduce the said he feels.sure other OS. Hartley, D.O... university by
Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ((20 cents) -Money goes to the State Department of share by $$$50 million," Marston state university I in the system t would be glad to use the A.,mass seating facility i Is not our top Burns, M.A.Eisenberg and,E.D.. WhitneyTo other type pay increases except promotional increases.
Education, for reallocation to universities and community colleges to be used for told the presidents. said York UF's'. share if fee UF did not want it. *ity for building needs on this cam- Shah, E.K. Walsh, R.L. Fearn,
Intermediate loans while students wait for their insured loans. ,Marston said. building Associate Professor
Marston also Marston said.only two proposals have "Right now a
General Student Aid Fee ((41 cents and new next year) -Money will be b Y the Council that t the said York informed the ,been presented to him for consideration to education is No. 1 then a building for J.L Fox,R.E. Loehman, EJ5. Priem, R.L Office The Office of Academic ,Affairs will
Zahn. Meeting
universities for loans and direct aid to help off-set the Increase in tuition tei&& could not be used student-paid building t funds be on the priority list asked by York- a ausni and for business administra- Sullivan, G.D. Ward, and M. Open conduct its next Open Office Briefing for ,
needing financial aid. How it is to be allocated has not b been determined b by Y the Board dlot and that tuition for other than buildings mass seating activities center and an art '. But this is a one-shot fund. There are Florida State Museum any interested faculty members at 4 p.m.Friday .
cannot be Members
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Regents lowered because r To Curator-S.D. For Faculty
the $$2.45 gallery. edr opportunities for money needed for in 235 Tigert Hall.
per credit hour paid by earl The mass seating activities center has I ""wnic construction.," To Associate Curator- E.A. Munyer.

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1.4.111.Independent. FlorWa. Alligator..Thursday. June. 24,11,7,5. .

'Cave diving requires extra scs'Summer/ /// .. .

_ water safety tips outlined

said. Center said his basic: diving course includes a section on the
By GLENN MANS should be supplied for each boat passenger Trumbo ,

Alligator Staff Writer U.S. Coast Guard regulations require a wearable life complexity of cave diving. Cave diving requires skills beyond

preserver and throwable flotation device for each person those taught in a basic diving course, Allen said.

Summer is the time for drownings in Alachua County. aboard boats 16 feet or longer. "WE INTRODUCE but don't define the necessary terms

Five of the 10 drownings recorded by the Alachua County TRUMBO SAID the first thing to do when someone falls and mechanisms involved in cave diving so" they (diving

Health Department during 1974 occurred from June through overboard or is struggling in the water is to throw the victim students)will realize there's a lot more to know, he said.

August. something that floats such as an empty gas tank a styrofoam Allen said divers should not consider exploring underwatercaves

ROBIN TRUMBO, public information officer for the icebox, a paddle, or a rubber tire. until they have completed the following:

Alachua County Public Safety Department offered some Leadlines are the most practical protection against gettinglost t A 30-hour basic diving course.

suggestions on how to prevent drownings and successfully in underwater caves, Trumbo said. l.eadlines.are. ropes A 20-hour advanced diving course.

rescue floundering swimmers. carried by divers and attached to a cave entrance. A diver can Fifty hours of logged open water diving.

People should not swim or boat without another person, he follow the leadline to the cave entrance if he loses his sense of A 50-hour basic cave diving course.

direction. Health department records show one cave diving death in

said.Flotation devices such as cushions and life preservers Tom Allen a diving instructor at Allen's Aquatic and Trail Alachua County in 1975.

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i Registration (for oil workshop and lessons will take place In INSTRUCTOR: 5:00.7:00: : pm 5:00: '7:00: p.m. 1:303:30pm.

Room 330. from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Jun. 23 through July 4 Dikkl.Jo Mullen INSTRUCTORTom INSTRUCTORKath INSTRUCTORJ.nnlfer
Students faculty and staff m.mbers and their spouses will 510.00 Students Morrissey Renshaw Ensign
.00 Students $8.50 Students
have priority for lesson.nrollm.nt from Jun. 23 through June t15.00 Non'Students tH$10 M.00 Klnn Students Student S1n Non Students $10.50 Non StudentsEMBROIDERY
27 Only after this time will registration. b. open to other

Due to price and registration differentials. It will b. necessarythat Ti es. July I.Aug. 19 Tues. July 8.Aug. 19 Thurs July 10-Aug 21 Mons.July ?.July28
each person come to register with appropriate identification 7:309:30pm. 7:309:30pm. 7:309:30pm. 7:309:30pm.
Enrollment for individual classes is limited and INSTRUCTORIDavid INSTRUCTORTom INSTRUCTORBhudara INSTRUCTORVirginia
therefore. on a first-come. first-served basis. Persons may only Cochrane Morrissey Solomon
$1 O.00 Students $7.00 Students
for themselves $10 00 Students $10.00 Students
$15.00 Non-Students $15.00 Non-Students $15.00 $8.00 Non'Students
Because registration for all workshops and lessons Is limited Non-Students

we must consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00 p.m. the BEGINNING CLASSICAL GUITAR EMBROIDERY.II.
working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will BELLY DANCING Tues July I-Aug. 19 YOGA.11 Mons. Aug. 4 Aug 25
only be !mode under these circumstances. (Beginning) 7:309:30pm. Tues. July 8 Aug. "19 7:30930pm: .
.._ . _ _'_ 7309: :30pm.
Mons. 8.Weds July July 28 INSTRUCTORCharlie INSTRUCTORRandall INSTRUCTORVirginia
5:00-7:00pm. Bush Solomon
INSTRUCTORIMary $10.00 Students 57.00 Students
i The Reitz Union sells advance tickets to its movies $10.00 Students .
on Friday af Van Meer $15.00 Non-Students $8 00 Non-Students
ternoons from 12:30: p.m. 430pm: atthfUnion Box Office (Second S10.00 Students $15.00 Non'Students
Floor J. Wayne Reitz Union). At each Friday Advance Sale, tickets J15.00 NonStud.ntsFlVI.STRING FIGURE DRAWING
I are available for shows that evening through the following Thursday MASSAGE HOME BARTENDING Weds July 9 Aug 27
i evening i Weds July 9-Aug. 20 /Won July 21.AI/9. 11 I:30-3:30pm.
; In addition the Box Office opens one-half hour before each show, 5:00-7:00pm. 700: *:30pm. INSTRUCTORKathy
I (providing the show has not been sold out during the Advance Sale, ). BANJO INSTRUCTORJames INSTRUCTORBob Abernathy
I At these times tickets may be bought only for the show' that is about! (Beginning) Nelson Doucette I $15.00 Students
[to run'Persons. I Thurs. July 10-Aug. 21 $10.00 Students $1J.00 Students I $17.00 Non-Students
buying tickets will be required to show Identification appropriate 7:30-9:30pm $15.00 NonStudentsBEGINNING $20.00 Non'Students
to their status (student faculty staff) In the University' INSTRUCTORTom HANDBUILDINO
|Community. Two tickets may be purchased with single I I.D. Morrissey MEDITATION Tues. JulyS-Aug. 26
J No advance tickets may purchased any ether time. than during the $10.00 Students. Mons.July?-Aug. 18 NOME BARTENDING 1:30-3:30pm.
$15.00 Non Students
(Advance Sale.Inquiries 5:007:00pm. Thurs.July 2..Aug. 21 INSTRUCTORDorothy
| regarding films may be directed to the Program Office INSTRUCTORBhudara 7:00-1:30: : p.m.INSTRUCTOR. Sterling
|((3921455). Monday through Friday. 1:00: a.m:5:00 p.m. or the Information -i BRIDGE I $20.00 Students
Desk ((392.149)) which Is and Bob
[ open days evenings Weds July 9Aug. 20 $10 00 Students Doucette $26.00 Non-StudenttHANDBUILDINO
lAll movies will be In the second floor Auditorium, J. Wayne Reltr 7:30.9:30 $15.00 Non-Students $15.00 Students
: : p.m.
Union. INSTRUCTORAdrian $20.00 Non-Students

-Join Dovell PAINTING Thurs July 10-Aug 21
a $10.00 Students Tues 8-Aug. 19 1:303:30pm. .,

RETURNS I BOWLING HAGUE Bill Schaaf Frl July 25.Aug. 22 Sterling
Wednesday Night BRIDGE Ii $10.00 Students 1:008:30pm. $20 00 Students.
League Thurs July lo-Aug. 21 $15.00 Non'Students INSTRUCTORBob $26.00 Non Students
Win free games 3 sets 7:309:30pm. Doucette
from 6:00: to 11:45 gam INSTRUCTORAdrian PHOTOGRAPHY $15.00 Students KIDS CRAFTS
p.m. at the REITZ 9:00: p.m. Open to all Dovell Thurs. July 10-Aug. 21 $20.00 Non-StudentsPersons I (Ages 6.10))
students $10.00 Students 5:007:00pm. II I Weds July9-Aug. 17
UNION GAMES Organization $15.00 Non-Students INSTRUCTORTom 9:30-11:30am.
meeting Wed, July Morrissey enrolling In courses concerned
(Thursdays only) $10.00 Students with alcoholic beverages will I Turner
2. 9:00: p.m., Room $15.00 Non-Students be required tt show proof that they Charges: $1500

347 Reitz Union are at least 11 years of age GROW YOUR OWN

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . I Organic Gardening)
*t...................................ttt.tttt.I RECORDIRIB.glnnlng Thurs July 8 Aug 18
( ) 1:30-9:30: : p.m..
The Reitz Union Weds July 9 Aug :20 ARTS A CRAFTS .INSTRUCTORStan
i brings you: : 7:30: "9::30 p.m. Pollack
INSTRUCTORMichael $10.00 Students
Lightner CENTERDECOUPAGE $13.00 Non Stun>nts

coming i $15.00 Non.Students Mons. July 7Aug.25

i s INSTRUCTORKathy 1:303:30pm. .

7:30930pm-: $15.00 Students
I attractions. CONSTRUCTION INSTRUCTOREmily $17.00 Non'Students

; Tues July.Aug. If Steinberg

M.00 Students
7:309:30pm. QUILTING I
ar Jt INSTRUCTOREleanor 5UO NonStud.ntsCONSTRUCTION Tues. July 8.Aug 29
: Leighliter 7:30-f:30pm.
$15.00 Students INSTRUCTORVirginia
t ; Solomon
$20 00 Non Students .
.. CAME IN JEWELRY $7.00 Students
,.. CHESS I Tues. July 8.Aug. 26' $8.00 Non-Students
U" FROM THE COLD: (TactlcsiStrategy)
1:30-3:30: :
,. : p.m.
Tues. July-Aug. 19 I QUILTING II
,.. .- Richard Burton stars in this 7:30-9:30pm. INSTRUCTOR.SaraNett ,Tues. Aug.S.Aug.24
,.. unusual toy bk'1h'r. :the JL INSTRUCTORMichael WOOd 7 30-9 .
John le Carr Is T $18.00 Students : :30pm

,*. : :.1 designed Jomet Bond os Image an antidote of spies, to who the J* $10.00 Students Bast $24.00 Non.Students INSTRUCTORVirginia Solomon

spend 'their 'leisure hours with Jf- $1100 Nen-Student* $7.00 Students
BULLITT. e DIRTY HARRY glamorous girls In e.oil< YOGA I CRAFTS FOR YOUNG $8 00 Non.Students
locations Burton at a British' Tues July I Aug. 19 (
Steve McQueen = Jocouelme intelligence' agent Is treated with J 3:00-7:00p.m.: IAyssli) CHESS II
B.uel star in this i f poced crime Harry Collohan (Clint I Oil wood) 'is contempt by lire, superiors+ and Is Jregarded INSTRUCTORKath Thurs July 10-Aug 28 Weds.July 9-Aug 20
,film about an unusual' cop in Son the lund of cop ri is later' to haveon ,. os completely Jrditpensble Renshaw ':30-11:30am. 7:30-:30: p.rnINSTRUCTOR
Francisco Bullitt' is diffwenthe ,the police force than on the He mutt. unlike' $10.00 INSTRUCTOR
'Is contidered a "d'lfl/ptl.e"' wrong "de'of the low Harry Bond rely upon his wits to survive Stud.ntsS15.00 Shirley Turner .Mhael Bast
1 'Influence on, his fellow oHco, ,.. fights crams by 'the rules, and h'l' and the /film s encitemenl lies In Non Students Charge. : $15.00CROCHETING $10.00 Students
But when seme very Important nickname "0.rty Harry' deter bs Burton ingenious plot te T. $15.00 Non-Students'
people ore"murdered Bull,,, 'is the both the work he does and discredit: rather than kill his lost J
cop they call m This firm, "'ahacontains the methods he uses Also steering German counterpart Starring J/ YOGA I GROW YOUR OWN
s- of the belt chose Rent Santonl and Andy Robinson, .
one Burton Claire. Bloom and Otkor jf. Weds July Aug 20 (
Directed Don S '. Wids July 9 Aug 20 Organic Gardening)
scenes ever filmed' by 'egel Werner 10:00 a.m.'Noon Thurs.
7:30-9:30pm. July 10Aug.21
ftl'., JUNE 27 700-930 51. JUNE 28- 700: 9302vOr"lOCAUD SUN. JUNE 29 700; 930 INSTRUCTORKath Renshaw INSTRUCTORAlice 7:30-9:INSTRUCTORStan.
2ND FLOOR AUO.. MH2 UNION / ., till UNION' 2ND FLOOR AUO. "'11 UNION $10.00 Students Snyder
50 50c 30 $7.00 Students Stan Pollack
$15 00 Non Students
_ . d. ... $10.00 Non-Students $10.00 Students
$13.00 NonStudentsP.1.

+ ,e 1I

&"..nt AbWde Alllgator.vftdat.: JuA.26;t1'I Po" "oJ '

License plate decals ready, July 1 1y


jlgator Staff Writer ;'0' ., \" ',: ,'f'., ',J "'<,__" .'''''''',l _.., :i;"" ,,, .:40: d" ..
plate decals will belie
I until .
from July "
|20 at the Alachua { '

[decals last Tag yean Agency.will update Decals tags will 7 '5' 4 r ''i : O : "A; I '

cents more than last ( *' : .

tag prices for all .. ) ,.",.,

car decals will range
14 to $36.50.decals .
for private
obiles weighing less
!,500 Ibs. will cost $14. '
lain" decals (for cars ,
2.500-3,499.) will '
Ing .... ''j\\t',
21.50.decals ,. ,. J ., "
((3,500-4,499 it .t 'i. ,1J;; ''''''' \
Mil sell for $29. .' '".'.";,,," ''F+If'''''''''' ,,' ,. i" \" ""....,: ".'\; 1
'WW" decals (carsr .. 'l, ,, 'j' / .>"
..1" :r ; I ; ,. .
} than 4,500 Ibs.) will w 'tt-. '(, ..", .,,\ ,;. :'r' .:t' )'t' M,,, ,, <' .\, I.

36.50. ., ft.,,..) :"'t.,":"..., .,{.Jf/I.!\t'J,;, :' 'fII',J"''' >, Ii 0 ,." $, ,. ., .Ot r... ,,'.
appears classification on the of old a r ,...t': f i ail' ".'.("f .V''!' '.<..j ). 'I >, A 4." 1i: ;, ', "t.';'!,' 'f.
6' Ultj" : t i ,. t1'ts'..rnTj'k rt 'f (, ,'/ '
and the owner'sbtion. ., ,r,. I.> \"" ',' t I> 0// ,",''(' ,, /; "{. <. f\,1/r ""t>'\ .>,,"'.'1.. .
.,;. :L; i'' '' \ 1'f',1, :,.;,/)"" : '$";} / .. .. I'! ;'J-ly )'''':'' '.\i: t
[G AGENCY OF. ; "" 1'",. ,''iN" ," .." ..t.; <<{'fJ, : ; .,,..;;JJ1 ." ",. .M '>, ...,,;;.. .1t'i"IL" "
'. _.. .
LS said
owners cane '-"""" ''' ''''''' ''\ ",
: : : : 1' 8"1z; Ya l+:' Y+S> i'''OSUa;E's(,3+'' "f7! :," n '"1./ ".pp their decals in the mail

ding the correct fee plus photo by lo. tklppvr
nts (handling charge) to
lua County Tag AgencyI may be used. The owner's) Florida vehicle registration and registration for th I NW 34th St. A copy of birth date, age and sex must must go to the agency in vehicle to be "tagged." ASSOCIATION (AAA)
owner's vehicle be filled in on the registration. person with proof of Newly purchased vehicle;s members having Alachua AAA members who do not
(ration should also be Florida vehicle owners need ownership. must be registered with th; County license plates can have Alachua County tags
ed. not be residents to buy their agency within 10 days of th: receive their decals by mailing from last year can buy their
Florida vehicle decals from the Alachua Tag agency clerks asked purchase. The agency is'oper i the proper decal fee andi decals at the office from 8
[ration from last year or County Tag Agency. that owners make sure they Monday through Friday i vehicle registration to the a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday
Iv sent to owners this year OWNERS WITHOUT a supply the correct tag number 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. AAA office at 1201 NW 13th through .Friday.

-INSIDE INFORMATION Viet scholarships cease

or's Note: Inside Inform;it ion is a bi-monthly feature in What causes yawning and why Is It so contagious?
Alligator, providing re,aders with authoritative in. Very little is known about yawning. It is present only in Scholarships for UF's Vietnamese students will not be
at ion on all aspects of personal health and policies of primates and carnivores. It is a massive stretching reflex renewed by the Agency for International Development (AID)
Student Health Service.g which occurs, except in man, after long periods of deep after current contracts expire.Ho .
your questions to Roome i I 305 Reitz Union or the lobbye. sleep.thus opening up areas of the lungs and reestablishingmuscle
Student Health Servile For further information circulation.In Van Lam, president of UF's Vietnamese Association and
contact the Health EdIth ucation Office at the Student dogs it occurs with anxiety. In man it occurs before an AID student, explained the scholarships are one year
Service Room 237). periods of rest and with boredom, hunger, low blood sugar, contracts which must be renewed each year.
and decreased oxygen in the blood. It is contagious becauseit
the records at the Studen t Health Service confidential?
is in the evolutionary sense a deep seated signal among
Student Health Service 1'ully respects the confidential THE AGRICULTURE scholarships for 14 UF students
members of a herd similar to signals for defense, food were I
re of a student's health i,record, by not permitting then gathering or migration-phenomena resulting in the agreements between AID and the Saigon) government that
se of any information that record to anyone, on or socialization of ceased to exist after the North Vietnamese takeover.
campus without a specent. :ific written request by theu What should you groups.do for a nose bleed'lRemain Lam explained most of the students' contracts expire in
calm, sit in an upright position and apply firm August.

t Is pink eye and how do y<> treat it? pressure with two fingers so that the nasal passages are
eye is a bacterial infecti>n of the small glands of the completely closed. This should be done for five minutes. If
is. Treatment is coil < mpress&!' and topical an- this proves unsuccessful, then professional medical help will "The financial problem will come at the end of this quarter"
tics. be necessary. Lam said. .

Photographic I.I. PRESENTSInstitute

for the Study of Individual Survival inc.
Survival Training for WomenAn

Anti every description of first-class

8 week program

'<" :
DISCOUNT Wednesdays 7-10 pm ;' "
15% ,:..
1 to all students taking July 2 Thru August 20 ': :

/ ..;
photography courses. Ask i. *

1 t Featuring self defense home protection fire
your instructor. safety, emergency medical aid, mechanical
repairs and many other areas.

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what a cook-out without some of
ti those delicious All-American foods like i' -
hot dogs,hamburgers potato chips,
t baked beans salads plenty of sodas
4 and a big slice of apple pie lor ,
dessert Vbu can count on Publlxto s::. 4 J With Taste of Garlic,Sliced Franklin Salami..
'. have them all. And more \ ..Genoa Salami. .... .. T'69 e
Flavorful SlicedCooked

Place Ham. ........ T"79*
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Flavorful on Lettuce or Broad,Chicken or

SWIFTS PREMIUM PROTEN QOVT. '> luna Salad... .... .... .. '*" 69

r Shrimp Salad. .. .... 'r.. 99'
Swiff tomtom MT..I. ( -
$ Hoagie Sandwich..,, r 79
Sirloin Steak... ........ ..* 1" Delightful,AssortedFruited
Swiff.fumtom rWTwi hiS-Cvt.........
/ Gelatin I ... .. r 49
Beeff Round Steak.. .. ..' 18' ,
Swift't...n SIM In4 i2l$)

K.y Club Sleak.. .... .. ..'I" ffiir* V;
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Imperial Oven Roast *.$ 1 tt9SwtfTt '' -
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Shoulder Roas..... .... ..' 17'Swift'
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Ground Beef WITH H V P.. 89 $AVE l2e

SDot. ,

Seafood Treat,Tatty Frozen -

Sole Fillets.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .99' Bonus
Seafood Treat,Tatty FrozenSnapper A Buy I I I

Fillets.. .. .. .. lb. $ 17' 'a SAVE 10 --

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to limit quantities sold :...

.,.' ..immre! rSXfeS:2: : =:!:* '%. v.:.:.v.:.(Mr;;:in:%j1PAW:. : A delicious 14-oz. rich old fashion
"Selected Beef" Danish Bakery recipe
Baby ;;
:. Inflation Butter Pound Cake each 69
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Steak...... .... >. *13' :. For your enjoyment an assorted variety
.....,..hrl..4P.t-ter of delicious fruit-filled 12-oz.

Round Steak... .... .. flfiibStecik. Coffee Cakes each 89c .

........ ....,... .. f1Jt Your choice of ,oatmeal butter r.OUt I'AMJ.. ru-
.......--.....,...... rice krispy sugar or chocolate-chip peanut style VtfL -

Chuck ...sl.......... .. .9* Large Cookies dozen 79c OwoibiH A Caramel(tOM-ei. *>)
.Ctwd Ann MiBcy Way Candy ;...... t.Mw 77-
Bmh'sRofre' *!**
. Pet Roast...... ........ .. 't" Mint Coolers..................... 1ST 47
T,,TArOS.r.....'.... Tasty Danish Bakery fresh-baked 100 ''' .'' ..'Chewy

Tip,least.......... :... .. II: ." Whole l Wheat Bread l J loaf'' 49C' Jelly; !!n9s.... ... ..... .1't.:: 57
.......-.0-.......... ,,:;w-; : ...
Big Ben.euies. .................... '.. 67.S. -
Ihert .tL .. ...... ........ 7 1' For picnics,cookouts and patio parties. IlirocWsDec w. .
............... stock up on fresh Danish Bakery Chocolate $1ars.r.a...... *
far Stsw.. .. .. .. .. 57i.
peel .. ? Hamburger Rolls .6 for 29 Cream _
raps...................... ,'.. 51-
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Washington Extra
N AiTOf?A-INOR EDIENf.S: |;,' Apples 3 & 89 +r

Srvo with Hollandaise Sauce .

Fresh Broccoli.. .. .. .. b"5,49*

Crisp Tender FrothGreen SAVE lOt

Beans. .. .. .. .. .. 733* .
.. ...
Florida Limes. .. .. .:.. .. 29.

I Dolkato-Flavorod-Froth .
Zucchini Squash. ; 33.

Salod rWTtctl Fifth
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......., Crisp Cucumbers.. .. 2.. 29.Me
IS""Am fry or Bake,Plump Purple
J*204 1 or$ Fresh Eggplant.. .. .. .. for' 29'

Tatty,Refreshing Kraft BrandGrapefruit -
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Juice.. .. 89' Bonus
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Buy ltl Bonus

Cat*Love ttl! MILS

Purina Meow Mix............. t "w..1IIlU.494:. .....
Nutritious Kal-Kon Chunk Beef ..1I1ALA1.TI.Assorted.nullt IALAS .

Dog Food......................... U'L S5e
Solid 69'

Air Freshener...................... 8i:: 65 prs...
Mashed Potato inS.condsBetty Crock r WE ACCEPT 4
Potato Buds..................... 7r 85 FOOD
Delicious with Any Meal,Aunt Nollio' S T A s P I I t? +...

Sliced Carrots.................... T 35 Bonus
_.U& rat com mm 15* .
MahInt BuytttW"60
Cheese-It ............. to... 69 iPubte
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Crackers- ............... ........,...... 7Ce s onus t 1 .. DRINK MIX 3'&;

serve with"Lemon ,..
Lipton. Tea Bags.................. ''w Sl 44 5K-.1. pkg. lie-

funt (k fuyA FOO
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Donald Duck 100%Florida Concentrated J 2
Orange Juice........... '':: 55 Detergent.. .. :: 88Cs.
.... Jomima ( ) 15c Off Label,Ajax
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Jam (6-Padll-| 2 '
Fr.ilchloasl............ 11M 67 Liquid Detergent.. .. ::: 82e
Serve with Steak Mrs.Pours .... S Good with Wieners,Big John'
Onion Rings.............. 11M 67 Beans'n Fixins.. .. .. 2O 61
SOOMM wW Ham,Birds Eye ,..... Delicious Hot Dog,Hamburgor or Sweet Relish
Butter Beans....... p..,.... 57' Ga ( Reins Relish.. .. .. .. .. .. 1-a-. 47c
Slim Jim Crinkle Cut shoestring snt hpt
Garlic,Smoked PlainBarBQue
211I4. Kraft
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su Jade' Mustard. .. .:.. .... .. .. .. "111324s
.4' Buttermilk Biscuits :., 37' Makes a GNat Chit Dog,CatrloberryHot .
.......... .
Gnat Potato
..."I 0,1. on DaKFmsht Dog ChiliSoft .. .. .. .. .. 0..29.
A ......... SourCr.ani.............. ;- 29 .
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......,w 1'1 24' Am.rlcanCh..s..... = 49 Viva Napkins. .. ...... t491
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t- 1'1 821, Mozzarella Cheese ::?:'83' Cold Cups.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 'tk.., 571
Treasure Cavo'*Dolidou* ((9.Inchsisa) .
Easy Day
g Blue Cheese............. ::? 49' Plates s ,.. 121 ,
Paper ., .. .. .. 0.
Wttcontin Chooto Bar
d o n u o (Mako a Macaroni A Cheese DIsh) ICIlY Day(Cup Cap.dtys 7.Ounm)

Buy' Mild Cheddar.......... : "1" Cold Cups.. .. .. .. .. ...... '=:": 111


Gonrio to Your Hair,Suave ,..... where
Baby Shampoo ...... ..- 89PemppYourselfwithva"llne

,..... shoppIng .. .U I X
Bath Beads................... *. S 1'29 t '
a..u,tegular Mint .. IS U
Toothpaste.................... ;.;: 64c pleasureLavoris
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Mouthwash............ 1.. 79c WrsTGA: SHOPPING aNTER-University A"t.at 34th St.
IRIS MAU-2630N.W 13thS"

Nononsal.gvlotorMenthol0 Instant Shave................. ., .. 89' TMEtE GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTEI-1 0 14 N Main Street J __ j,
.. ... o MtY: -4115 N.W. 16thl/"d./
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t SU'fUUND, .(Qu..mR) firLEYBUY5 i \

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Catsup . 3 Sff: $100 hXv 1 i' ::1''d .,,..,'
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1 & Beans . 5 ;sa: $1 1 B F B ...,. _. CANS
limit I o'clwic. with 7.50 or p.nhr..tlhdiny ciganrt. Limit } 0' A U VIOIUIII
Astor OilHi1 . . . omi $1|29
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mCVCUS FOR SALE! I hove several mod
,Itpeed."3 and 10 speed bike for sole i 2,154s"w
CHEAT Call Bruce 37J-0456 afternoon PIN 7i30 .10:0$
(a'" I 52..p 1 t. 1' } e .fafa
Conserve your dollar buy a duplex. livein
one side' and receive Income from the THiMYOfKMMMBlMai
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117-6719. ((0319.1529)CUSTOM ) H cUeofl> [j
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1373 long 009 w. university 377-146" or 37*. FOR RENTNeed FOR RENTFemale

,s M (Q.2M52-P) sublet the place 357 THERFS MORE 11111111"M AI"M"Omlimaimm
summer J60
Wedding Bond I Ingogement Rings. 152-p) (b-2t. bedroom liberal female to share two roomate wonted. two bedroom .).
Traditional l or Contemporary dotign ofyour house seven mile from UF$75 furnished own room.I, rent Vt utilitiesnear TO SEE WITH
choke. Handmade for Individual AU RENTS SLASHED_ cell monthly Elaine cheap utilities move. In July. 1 med center summit house opt*. oc (
work' the (Special Summer 376-071) (lb." 'Dl) pool call 378-5443 PlAZtea
Uo want! the bee Original by Rates) anytime sue (b-lt- CAlLl1VMtfoMl
South' leading Artl.... Manor GoldSmith 110010 SI25PEII MO. roommate wonted for air-condition 2. ISSjpJ) .w. t3$rssn 2:00 4:00
and tapldlil. Unconditional All untIl, 2 III,furnished with olr. Luxury bedroom mobile home near compm. roommate wonted) own room ins tad soutev.ea W 5:63 7SSttlo
Guarantee OZZII By appointment only features. furnished with color tv. call ed 376-2872 opt. country village, price negotiable!
3713894. ((0-1..153-91)_ Available Prairie View. 'for Mobile l lease through. Aug 31. I per 1 IOpm or early morning. (b--l33- call 376-9765 or 376-6567 (b-5t-32-p! ) I TV Channels, A weatnerchannel
china, autumn by 1 lens $650 value will 778-"l I I V.llog Own room for rent dote to campus nice yard UPI) News, New York
take$300 Franciscan crystal$200 value Available, 3733284 location-one room In great 2 bedrm apt. Wool quiet prefer mature student toll 373- Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on
make offer king woterbed +. from. new tenants only) mer, fall.block to Tlgert. For sum. 2067 renting now for summer or fall olio TV Channels, and F M and 4 AM A JOHN SOORMAN FILM
IAO. :In..I (a-4t-153-p, b.51.lI6-p1 option $60 month. Uniloppy, studio for rent (b5t2p) stations on the FM band.
) easygoing peril Illy. 3778885. b3esublease
trying to..Btroek\ home player walnut' 153 a 1 ( room In large comfortable house a-c July ..UNIVBtSHYCITYTEUVUION ng JON VOIGHT
panel easy to hook up with your room to sublet: the place A august only no deposits we own a skibootll
groined' opt No. I lit country garden apt Vi |unerent BURT REYNOLDS
verso and receive fine stereo sound bill 1231 'w. 3rd avo.$M.00 per mo.Starting free with option to rent for fait lee 377-1597,1004 iw.6th ave (b-
all 4. J7-7W (o 3t.I S3-p) My t'If. call marts 372-W05 day or 376 at old rates furnished 1 bedroom 5M52-P) 122 N.MAIN $T.

FOR RENT' 4111.v.nlngolr,pool carpet, (b.21-152- near. med center 372-6854 373,5050 .
(b St-149-p)
Roommate Needed! Have OWN Room
Spoclou J-todr Apt. Oak Forett Female roommate needed Preferably female roommate wanted: Own Roommate needed for furn.2 bdrm opt .
Washer*Dryer Included. Colt 37697655I.5291 someone who medlatate $7500 a bedroom at Oak Forest Townhouseapt. close to campus. o< pool. $77. per mo. FLORIDA STATE THEATRES]
( ) month 4. "' 11111.*. Call 378-6323 (bllROOM Vt utilities, rent $1)0 per to 1 leaie July B Aug. 376-2420 (c-4t-l52-
ISM 1____ month. Call. Donna. at J78- 285 Pj)
FOR RENT IN N.E. SECTION. AIR anytime (b 5t 150 p) 1 roommate wonted, grad student
*'FUN* .
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FENCED YARD. WASHER.DRYER PETS Sublet luxurious Gatorwooa apt. proffered own room In 3bdrm house$60 1MATINEE
WELCOME $80 377-5325 (".153-0)) No. 1102 summer Immediate occupancy mo. + ,1-3 utilities pet dog ok.fenced In
yard. call 375-0440 (c-2t-152-p)
mo. off rent ac carpeted
furnished pool tennis court I FEMALE ROOMMATE one for $92.75 mo: & EVENING
tltbt (Emporium I call Ira at 3922571 or 3733883 or i I IUlI-3 util; two for 47.00 mo plus %
nan contact Gatorwood office (b-St-150- I utilltlet.call donna 37S4622after 5:30 pmor 1:30 .. ..
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rings,old jewelry,etc confidential, Cpll
OZZII 373-3694 (c.l8t-153-p)
A Cruise-
Roomate for summer qtr. only Own
room in 3 bdr. house $75 or negotiable.
Call 378-9883 oak for Soul or Bob. After
5pm. (e-2l-153-p))_
1 t1
bhelirnedyourlfel. Mole graduate roomote. Live with l-
and senior Mudenl Own room super
quiet Wlndmeodowt 85 413 utllltlel
nonsmoker please neat Jeff 372-3530
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1 In 2 bedrm apt 1
.- qtr.to occupy rm
blk from Tigert. $89 mon + 'VI
utilities. 377.8764; .Jacqul or lien.c.5t.ISOpl .
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PERSONAL exhibition

Bookpocki, hiking shorts, ponchos,
whlteitog speedo swim lultt, bugprooflentt.
Allon'i Aquatic A Troll Cenler.v &sale of t tI
3448 W 373-9233 (Q-fr-152-c) .' !
learn Karate qualified instructor all ages
male + female new clots starts lOOn orighal I ;
$10 1 a month for regulation + further /
f : Info Howard 3738254l152p(| )_
/I i6/rj Undergrodt wno wont to STOP imoking: grts.
-.r __ help me'test anew way to Increate your
lelf-control w-outdrugtor hypnoilt.' Call 29
377-1176 Scon ventrgt.2ll52p(| ) June
COED' facial hair removed per for ft
monently.' Call Edmund Dwyer 1-6 PMFrames&
electrologiit over 20 year experience.
1 Coll 3728039fr152t(| ) collectors':
Wedding Invitations from $11.40 per
100. Two week delivery.,Hundreds of
Travel Professionals,Inc.and New Look Magazine are offering Ityle.Cliff!Hall Printing. 1103 N.Main

IOU the time of your life,a chance to win two free Wlnjammercrubes. ( 3769951. (IN1321)ROLLING ) BASKINDAUMIER, .
STONES tickets for sole) Make c.m-u
(transportation to St. Martin not Included). AH you reasonable offer. Coll 378-9467 after 4 ROUAULt CHAGALLMATISSE'
have to do to win U gob;Travel Professionals. ,Inc. at 805 N.W. P.M.this to for Aug. 2 In JAX. ((1.11.153-| ,

13th St., or sent the entry form to New Look Magazine, Box PV) ,PICASSO :
i SAMMIE OF LONDON.Have a hair style
14137. The drawing will be held June 30th. to suit your peraonallty.377-2643716W. AND

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I'lcasc.. register nu to steer 2 Irce Winjummer Cruises: i reward LOST&FOUND ottered for LOST brown CONTACT 1207 SW IMi Am37HZW
LENSES In tiny black COM. Please
Name;:_ 1 leave menage for cathy at strictly folk,
Pity: LOST DOG:chi city area;ton-gold-collie-
sheppard mix; no tail; answers to
Phone: 'lamion', needs medication: REWARD
,call 373-0980 or 378-3077 (l-3M53-p)

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Domestic: 377-IWX) International. : J177.hh| | J77-I452 2060 (locol) (m.20-137-p) GALLERIES. INC.

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dive Fun.iafe classes a Sales
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"The Eyeglass Super Mart"
530.7:30: : $1.69 UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
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flcllitles 6 ml. from UF Roomy '7<
Plua l.wa31b stalls $75, pasture $25. 374'4719 '
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Horses Boarded-2essage; rmgi.|ump ,
large prve.fr.endIV cool.ttollt-vory and quiw clot$50mo lo wildlife, 481- 1.,. 'a We handle special orders.A .

I 2026/myth'! .more (m.2Ot.1..3.pl)
I Bindery unique service them (journals Friendly Produce Market Just for YOU
and books personally named call
ENGlISH library and BINDERY for free SPECIAL
1 1 Wimom 373-8455-6 (m.I9t.152-p)
RESERVED parking and waxing IpeClal. Thure., Fri., Sat. ft Sun.
r. A I A' 1 1 full month. $13,00 all day 75 ccnlt l let us
1 1s make your car,thin for. $10.50. and up. Jumbo Eggs 65c Doz. also a large selection of grapes,
Compounding (m-5t 152 p) Milk 1.29 gal. plastic jug cherries, plum., .nelons, and lopes
learn to Scuba dive have fun
safely +
Clou Marts man June 30 6pm NAUI- Dannon,, Yogurt 3 for $1.00 with much .more to choose from
YMCA certification 50 hrs 6 open water
11 dives((2 ocean)equipment Included call I
Mary or Gene Mellon 372-1061 (m.lt15J.p Much, Much More
l4 a a .: TYPING SERVICE-Any material Del)very. We accept FOOP STAMPS
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they should scratch the usual "Fan Appreciation"game season of baseball excellence, he eased through this less than "GREG FORRER
in Atlanta this' baseball season after all do the fans glorious spot.
deserve it? He shrugged it off as typical of the fans in Atlanta. even OPINIONthat
Hank Aaron would probably say they don't And he wouldn'tbe alluded he wasn't going to play at all, even if the game were to
going out on a limb. He knows from experience-- playing be played.
before sparse Atlanta crowds since the Braves moved from Would he have done so had he played in a city that supportedits .'
Milwaukee in 1966. team? In a city that loves its ballplayers in a city that lovesa the aging slugger has no love for his former employers.
..!OWEVER, THE latest chapter in the folly of Atlanta lowly reserve no less than the game's greatest? They had some difficulty deciding his future with the
baseball occured just last week a few days beiflre a ONE WOULD think not. organization after retirement.Aaronendedthedifficulty .
scheduled exhibition game between the Milwaukee Brewers You can't return love until you have received t U and it seems saying he'd never play for Atlanta
and the Atlanta Braves in Atlanta. that Aaron received precious little in the Brave old world of again and would prefer to go back to Milwaukee where he
The game was called off. Atlanta. started. That's where he Is now hopefully receiving a' little
No.not because the all-time home run king was unable to Whoan figure it outMaybe blame lies with the Atlanta more appreciation from the fans and management alike.A .
play. Not because of tornado warnings. Brave organization itself. It has long been known as havingone quick look at major league attendance figures as of June
The answer was smaller than that about the size of one of the poorer front offices in the major leagues. 15 may tell a part of the story. The' Milwaukee Brewers,
admission to the ball park multiplied 200 times. Just 200 Numerous players have had problems with them 'more playing .500 ball with Aaron designated hitting in his old
times. recently Dave Johnson and Gete Boyer and Rico Carty. town are drawing 163,000 more fans through 26 home datesas
Y That's the amount of pre-season tickets the Braves sold THEY LABELED the organization "bush."A more scathing compared with last year. Only the New York Yankees have
for the contest. indictment was made about six years back by Pat Jordan nowa picked up more with an increase of over 195.000.
It's not the type of reaction you'd expect of a city that writer. He started out as a pitcher in the Braves' MEANWHILE the Atlanta Braves continue their legacy of
watched Aaron for nine full seasons as he hit 335 homers organization having been signed to a bonus around the less than mediocrity playing ball around the 10 game below
including numbers 500 600 700 and the legendary Ruth- $100,000 figure. .500 mark. They hw' ? drawn the lowest total of any of the 24
"breaking 715.IMAGINE Shortly into his professional career Jordan developed seriousarm major league teams with just 199,890 fans in 26 jiome dates.
a stadium filled to capacity a murmur in the problems.. He relates being unable to lift his pitchingarm. They say there are problems with the San Francisco Giants
crowd waiting for another glimpse of"The Hammer." Maybe Still, the Braves insisted he play out his three year and their low attendance.
even another homer. option. Let's not look all the way across the United States -
There was no such thing. They couldn't get major league victories out of him, so something is rotten right here in the Southeast and both
Not even the.planned baljgame. they took blood instead. the "fans" and the Atlanta organization deserve much of the
AND JUST AS Aaron ,used to ease through season after THEY FAILED to go as rat with Aaron, but its no secret blame.

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AID 'sY defense highlights boxing triple header

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By Alligator Services total purse around $11
Gainesville fight fans will million or S12 million.
get a chance to see six grown Ali told reporters he will
men punch each other's indeed,retire but the champ'
qa headlights out-and they plans on making an official, L $'
won't even have to journey to announcement on closed-
Kuala Lumpur '(Whereverthat circuit television just before
is) to see it. his fight.
The Muhammad Ali-Joe Ali title defense will be his
Bugner bout will headline a third since his knockout of
triple-bill of championship! George Foreman last Oct.. 30, 1*
I boxing matches to be in Zaire. p .
Rk broadcast via closed-circuit MIDDLEWEIGHT HOPE, ?, f
television at the Great FUL Licata who now ;
Southern Music Hall resides in Tampa has com
: vi Monday. piled a most impressiverecord.
MONZON will defend his The 23-year-older has n 34'
I wA4 y .Nrn. w s American middleweight title had 52 fights with 49 victories .
against Tony Licata in the ,and three draws.
first event starting at 8:15: Monzon, one of the most
from Madison Square awesome punchers in the
Garden.! Then lightheavyweight business; has held on to the
champ Victor crown for the last five years.
Galindez will put his crownon This will be the 32-year-
the line against Jorge older's 11th title defense and '- "
I Ahumada in the second bout, his first in this country. s
M9 also, from the Garden. This is the first time in the fr'r
The main event will begin history of television that the-
.. r at approximately 10:30: when public will be offered three
t!t. the heavyweight boxing authentic world championship
champion of the world fights.
; : Muhammad All squares off And not since Mike Jacobs
.I(" 5> : aginst England's Joe Bugner staged a carnival of championships
: live from Malaysia. with four championship -
AH has repeatedly said he fights at the Polo
will retire 'after the fight but Grounds on September 23
aD i the love of money might win 1937, have three or more title!
: out in the end. bouts been put on one:show I
,. M THERE HAS been talk of a All seats are reserved and ,
third Ali-Joe Frazier match tickets can be purchased from
HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION MUHAMMAD All and that fight could net Ali 57 the Great Southern box officeat CHALLENGER JOE BUGNER
threatens retirement after fight million or S8 million with t the $8, $10, and $12. second meeting' with All;

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Welcome to Attention : the ABA

GATOR COUNTRY is not an inferior league

While you are here for orientation,
you should
plan' a trip to the CAMPUS:
SFOP: and ?OKS.1'ORElocated I Though National Basketball AssociationNBA
arc the official U of F bookstore aL .tmt.SMyraSdn .) We ( ) superstar Rick Barry won't admit it. ROBERT KAPLAN
student. for you, the American Basketball Association(ABA) is
here to stay and eventually the NBA will haveto OPINIONThe
reckon with that fact.

.,.,,., .. h: The failure of the NBA champion Golden
> ( \ -
r 1/ :::' State Warriors to meet the challenge of the NBA has a few franchises that are
It-41111th< .
ABA champion Kentucky Colonels casts a financially troubled. These franchises cannot
;:: q 7". .' iH'..sdf F shadow of doubt as to which team is really the afford to enter into a bidding war with the
i"f ; best in professional basketball. Barry the rival ABA. One such team is the Atlanta
Most Valuable Player of the recent NBA Hawks. The problem is that the Hawks have
championship series. evaded the issue by drafted the two most sought after players in
saying, "the series would not prove a thing." the college ranks Marvin Webster and David
THIS ANSWER ONLY clouds the issue. Thompson, and they have already lost
The series would not only establish which Webster, the "Human Eraser" to the
team is the best in pro basketball but it would Denver Nugget's of the ABA. If Carl Scheer
e A also give the ABA some deserved recognitionwhich the Nugget's General Manager, has anythingto
=045-M I maw main the NBA deprives it of. Many say about it Atlanta will also lose Thomp I
basketball enthusiasts myself included feel
that the Colonels would blow the Barry-led son.SCHEER HAD promised ABA owners that
Warriors right off the court. he would positively sign his number one pick
The Colonels boast the best starting five in also the league's top selection. He did.by
basketball. Artis Gilmore has no rival other signing Webster whose uncanny shot-blocking
than Jabbar. The forward combination of ability is compared to former-Celtic great Bill
.f; '....' Wilbert Jones and Dan Issel cannot be beat Russell.
,"M +!1'1: < ''<' and Ted McClain and Louis Dampier add the Rumor has it that Scheer is now trying to
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."* .... }etit.:. :g. necessary floor leadership that championshipteams work out an agreement with the Virginia t
rJlllllifJl.-...,.,..;._tLt,.__.,"' \ ..it.-< '-:' ."",::,!o....> .., '... ;'. .....:'. -....,'" ,<\\..,....,_;$.t'I''4'. <;.4't. 'fa' s are founded upon. Squires who hold the ABA draft rights to ,f
The rapid rise of the ABA in the past three Thompson. .
seasons can be directly attributed to their Scheer is willing to part with 610" center
All-Star Mack
successful college recruiting.Last Mike Green guard Calvin t
GYM OUTFITSSWEATSHIRTS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES season the ABA signed quite a few top who led the ABA in assists this past season.
a ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIES NBA draft selections. Among them were and swingman Jan Van Breda Koff.
DRUGS & SUNDRIES WRITING EQUIPMENT Maryland's Len Elmore, a first round pick of SCHEER, WHO had been openly courting
CttffLETE LINE OF GENERAL e STUDY LAMPSCOLLEGE the Bullets,and Marquette's Maurice Lucas Thompson during the recent ABA playoffs
SimJES FOR YOUR PERSONAL SEAL PENNANTS AND first rounder of the Bulls. recently helped his cause: by signing
NEEDS DECALS The signings of these top talents along witha Thompson's teammate and close friend
I host of other top players coupled with'the Monte Towe.
fact that the ABA does not prohibit the The possible signing of Thompson will help
signing of undergraduates has brought to the the ABA in three ways. First. Denver opens
ABA stars like Julius Erving (Doctor J), next season in a new 18,000 plus seat arena.
George McGinnis. Gus Gerard, Larry Kenyonand Moving into such an arena with stars like
i high-school phenomenon Moses Malone. Thompson Webster Ralph Simpson, and
a The battle for talent between the two Bobby Jones would ensure high attendance
POPULAR READING BOOKS gEBE leagues is hot and heavy. The battle has which in turn will benefit the entire league
te resulted in lucrative contracts and the Secondly; the four player trade providing
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THE ONLY answer seems to be "Merger", Squires are willing to deal, would lift the
but the NBA Player's Association has been Squires to a level a bit higher than mere
successful in blocking any attempt by the respectability.: ,
owners, in order to' save their absurd The third and probably the most importantreason
astronomical salaries. for signing Thompson is to provide the
W1 SUPPlIES This past NBA draft might prove to be the ABA's new commissioner, Dave DeBusshere .
embarassment needed to provoke the NBA with a bit of bargaining power in his
into a "Merger." negotiations for a contract.
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24,Til.*lnd.pnd*it Florida Alligator Thursday, June 26. 1975

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political interference from legislative aides or the Administrative
Procedures Committee while the man he
replaced complained of interference from several directions. (
Curtis Mack appointed last month to replace Charles
Freeman as chairman of PERC said.he has "not seen any
attempts from legislative aides to oversee the commision."
FREEMAN had claimed aides of legislators aides and
staff members of the 'Administrative Procedures Committeedid theplace

PERC.not know enough to become involved in the activities of

Mack explained that the reason he has not noticed any _
interference from aides and the Administrative Procedure' : .' .
Committee is because "the longer something (referring to
it.PERC" ) is around the sooner an individual loses interest in is not big enough : ,' ,

PERC is "like a new car in the front yard -:. you want to s for everyone
., walk outside everyday and look at it" but now the legislature
is used to"having PERC in their yard" Mack said.

FREEMAN also criticized the Administrative Procedures I \Reserve! now to be .certain of Fall occupancy.!
Committee's decision that PERC was implementing collective
bargaining rules without authority. ICL "
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I "were not within our legislative authority," he said.
"At least 16 of the rules were valid but the Administrative 1231 S.W. 3rd A.-nu. HOURS: ,.
Procedures Committee found them objectionable," Freeman MON. FRI. 10 A.M.to 5 P.M.

said.TilE ADMINISTRATIVE Procedures Committee was 372-3557 In Gainesville
Some of the friendliest people J
established by the legislature in 1974 to review the rules of l
administrative agencies under the Administrative ProceduresAct.

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New UF Regional ransit System buses could begin making
the rounds next week the system director said Tuesday. -

Kenneth Petersen. said "The buses are ready and 'we are
shooting for next week to have them running on campus."

EIGHT BUSES were purchased with a federal grant which

required passengers to be allowed to transfer from city busesto

campus buses. .
Fare boxes would be'put on campus buses to make them .::\f;
similar to city buses. : <'"
The Board of Regents (BOR) has to approve an amendmentto : W, ','"
make the grant requirements conform) before the buses can I .

operate on campus. ;, :' '
Bonnie Jones coordinator of traffic and parking at UF ,
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said. as soon as the BOR approves the amendment the '
,transit system says that the buses are ready the buses will be .1 <

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outside big inside But don't t be fooled by how' drive.Still corners nimbly with rack-and-pinion steer'
much it can carry or how practical it is. It's still a Fox. Ing. Still has fuel injection for better gas mileage.So .
it still gets you 34 miles per gallon on the highway And still"has dual-diagonal brakes The sly new _
Still trots from 0 to 50 in 8,5 seconds.Still takes Foxwagon by Audi. It leaves the pack behind. .

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