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Uncorrected/ violations breed roaches flies and rats1


(see related story page 11) < I

t I Alligator Staff Writer

1 I
'EDITOR'S NOTE This Is the first In a three
part series on substandard housing in
Gainesville, In It, the extent and history of
Gainesville's housing problem are examined.

1 'd III\1 Louise Williams says she is'scared to use
\ .'1'ljl
her bathroom alone at night because the floor
might collapse under her.
The floor is soggy from $the constant
x, ,i'',
1 i r5. moisture coming from a leaky toilet.
yy THE FLOOR immediately below the tioletis
so rotted and decayed that it is .already
beginning to give way under the weight of
those who use it.
To the right of the toilet is a hole in the wall
roughly three feet in diameter only partially
covered with a piece of plywood. Through it
you can see the wall of the next room.
The bathroom smells of a combination ot
urine and mildew. The unpleasant odor
lingers even as you leave. ,
; THERE ARE CRACKS which run along
j the fixtures.entire edge of the bathtub and around the

But her problems do not stop there.
Her rented brick home at 1756 N.E. 8 Ave.
which she occupies with her five grand-
children has no screens' on several of its
a p
+ ," )& '*;.... "" .,.... t'A a+
w ';;"';.;;',:'L'1f 'r.._ "
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photo bY| skipper

cooking area unprotected from flies


Bond surplus means

.possible tuition slash

By KEVIN BLOOM may be used to retire the bonds early which 4a
Alligator Staff WriterA would reduce the student tuition money usedto "
pay for the bonds.
reduction of tuition rates may still be an 'York said the committee's report will
alternative to the proposed mass seating include the amount tuition can be reduced if I '
facility at UF. such a possibility exists. r t til .1 t\ti\
A Board of Regents Finance Committee is STUDENT BODY President Jim Eaton A h.j' ,
currently studying student building bonds to said if a tuition reduction was possible he '. '
; ,. <
determine if they can be retired early to lower would support it. w ; 'l' ,. ,.
student tuition. State Sen. Robert Graham. D-Miami r .'t ) '. .
ALL NINE state university presidents Lakes. Chairman the Senate Eudcation 1 1; n I I1 \ wP
supported the use of an estimated $25 million Committee said he supports using the surplus ./ 'r\
of surplus funds for non-academic buildings revenue to I speed up the retirement of the -1 1oW.. T .#\
at a Council of Presidents meeting in bond issue and upgrading laboratory and '1\ .
Tallahassee last week. classroom facilities.
The surplus was generated by student Chairman of the House Education jkt S
tuition payments of SI.l1perquarter for the Committee Richard Hodes. D-Tampa, said he ; :
student building fund and $1.23 for the supported the use of the money: for, nonacademic -- ,
capital outlay bond. buildings but was disappointed thatit S ',k: L ;
An unexpected enrollment increase had not been brought to his attention
than enough to make during recent legislate budget hearings. "jt .---
generated more Mt........ ... .. ,.. JtI' ..-'....
payments on bonds already issued to finance "SINCE the revenue is generated b> .i. ..hi ---1-:
university system construction. student money. I can's e spending it on ... ,, (S;;? -

State University System Chancellor E.T.. academic facilities however we were not .. .-. ... .>..: :.' ."- ,,,
York said the committee will explore, the aware of the surplus and that could have .,,', ." Sf .".
possibility of using the surplus revenue to payoff figured into the budget.' Hodes said. .. -!:: ., ,;:'1
...... ...
the remaining debt instead of for .new Hodes said the failure of the Board of :.;:':.', "' : r:. ..!.0.#,J
Regents to inform the legislature, could :-. ,, .l. 7', .
buildings. .; .'. .... ....
\ 'f/II.
"THE ISSUE is sufficient importance to constitute a "breach. of faith"Sand could. .. photo by o. skippt
.. .. '
explore all the possibilities York said. "we .', ,; l
want to be aware of all our options." ':" ...",,, ROTTING FLOORING AND RUSTING FREEZER.deodeyolationspreseptsofey.hazordsforresidents
Surplus generated by past tuition i .pajmenf c. ';..tt..laeP, rage ''Sx.J.(, .:.'".+.'..''.'t.,7,. ...>' // ; {


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Soul Travel .

Rising above the physical l world through EckankarBy ,

LINDAWISNIEWSKI planes, one of which is the astral plane
Alligator Staff Writer Dalton said. I

The astral plane rules the emotions within ,;t
A Lakeland plastics manufacturer claims man he said.BARRY ,' f

he has "heard the sounds of the God-world. STILLMAN, a fifth grader, said

A layout 'editor for the Florida TImes- he has been an Eckist for 14 months but said ..." "( ...

Union in Jacksonville says people "have he does not try to convert his classmates at \ ''.\ -
ceased to look like people" but now look like school to his new-found religion."I .
'111 .
"billions and billions of Fourth. of July don't say 'Hey man wanna learn about \ ; ''
sparklers coming together." Ecks because I don't want to push them." -. '- j".. ,..,..... -
AN ll-YEAR-OLD fifth grader from Stillman said.Stillman \,.'i1.= 0' .'

Jacksonville claims his soul travels to was one of several performers :' :,.;:.,\::':. ..
while he the Eckankar seminar and "Y .
mountains, rivers and streams sleeps. during two-day ." ". .
,. \
(t. t ;T.,
; '
These are not excerpts from a psychiatrist's recited an original poem entitled "Souls of .' :t\ : ''if .
log but the experiences of Florida Ecklsts. Seekers." '.:. : ( I .. :
J" :
.t. I, .t :
followers of Eckankar "the ancient scienceof The chubby, brown-haired boy told the ; ; .' '1: 71 ,"! ,
soul travel.. audience of approximately 70 people that : 'i <

FLORIDIANS with similar experiencesmet "there are two main seekers -one is positiveand \. :
for a seminar in the Flaglar Inn conference the other is negative. The positive reaches
room last month to watch musical and the sublime but the negative seeks material
dramatic presentations by fellow "Eckists." things."

JOHN McGEE, the plastic manufacturer, AT THE END of the poem the 11-year-old
explained the sounds he has heard since he advised his audience to "release yourself from

became'an Eckist three years ago. your problems" by becoming a "positive
"The first sound I heard is the real Eck seeker" while a proud Frank Stillman watched -
sound of thunder and lightning..", McGee his son perform.
"Barry is one of the younger followers of
said.Since his first experience of hearing Eck Eckankar,' Stillman said.

sounds, McGee claims he has also heard "the Dr. Angel Thgudin, a physician from t
sound of the sea" and "tinkling bells." Titusville, sang an original guitar lullaby, v l

Everyone, whether he is an Eckist or not, telling of his experiences with soul travel.
can hear the "sounds of the God-world" he "THE FIRST experience of soul travel

said."You're comes In a dream state this capacity must
hearing the sounds now- you just be used to travel to the God's world and not
don't realize it because you haven't separated anywhere else," Thgudin said.
)'ourselffrom the lower world to rise above the The teachings of Eckankar have existed for
matter world," McGee said. "millions of years" but it was not until 1968

JOHN DALTON, the layout editor, has had that Eckankar became known, throughout
other "rather dramatic experiences" besides the world, Michael Boaz. seminar director,

seeing people as "Fourth of July sparklers"since said.There
he became an Eckist seven yean ago. are now approximately three million
"One night I was chanting "Hu" (the Eckists in the world, Boaz said.

ancient name for God) and I was into it for ECKANKAR,which means "the way of the

about 20 or 30 minutes. Then I began to feel eternal", can "work through ,us to perform / /
like something was rubbing against me and whatever changes it deems best," Boaz
when I looked to see what it was, it was the adding that Paul Twitchell the "living Eck
ceiling," Dalton said. master" determines the plane a person's soul
Dalton said when he looked down from the has reached.

ceiling he could still see his body sitting in his Each new follower of Eckankar receives a

easy chair where he was chanting. monthly "discourse" or booklet of teachingsin skeptical of the teachings of Eck. HAYWOOD SAID "one week later to the

WHEN DALTON SAW his body in the the mail from the Eck master Boaz said. "I thought to myself."This had better be for very day" she received a letter from the living

chair he said became frightend and his Each succeeding discourse contains real or I'm gonna expose it,' the housewife Eck master telling her she was ready for her
"astral soul" immediately. jumped back into Eckankar material of increasing levels of dif from Lighthouse Point, said. first discourse.

his chair. ficulty. Haywood said she asked "the supreme of

According to the spiritual teaching of ONE OF THE SPEAKERS during the goodness, loving kindness and mercy" for a "I've been a follower of Eck ever since,"
Eckankar the soul can be transported to five seminar, Peppi Haywood said at first she was sign that Eckankar was "for real." Haywood said.

I 'Father of the Pill'runs UF women's clinic


BI BILL BERLOW "We're pleased to have a with this kind
Alligator Staff Writer guy of class and women in need of gynecological services to Shands. Now, the
background he said.
health service is "going to provide a class set up for the
The health service has been trying to fill this
specially "
Dr. Robert Laurie, father of Ovral. the largest selling birth created position for about a year. The last five months majority of girls on campus, he said.
were private
control pill, will begin today as director of UF Women's spent recruiting Laurie Shaara said. Shaara explained that an average visit to a the same
Health Care Clinic at Student Health Services. He added the health service began gynecologist in Gainesville costs J5-$45. For
Along with his speciality in gynecology and women's en advice of Dr. William Spellacy, chairman recruiting of obstetrics Laurie on the service, at the Infirmary a woman will pay $15 for the first

docrinology. Laurie also has an extensive background in gynecology Shands who interned with Laurie and visit and $5 for every following visit Shaara said. ,
at Jackson of Launes
family planning and community medicine. Dr. Richard Memorial Hospital in Miami. Student Government is providing $17,500 the
Shaara health service director said. Shaara said the student health service has been $35,000 salary. The rest of his salary will come from
referring student health service fees.

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UF committee proposes

THE SECOND faculty pay increasesBy

LINDA WISNIEWSKI promoted in the J. Hillis Miller Health Center
Alligator Staff Writer budget and the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences budget.
UF faculty members who hve been promoted The total cost of pay raises for all three
l1i i within the past year may receive pay raises budgets would be between $75,000 and
ranging from $500-51,000 under a proposalby $80,000 if the pay raises are approved by the
\ a special faculty committee.The Regents Bryan said.
I'I.I., : \ proposed pay hike must first be ap- THE AVERAGE nine month salary for UF
proved by the UF budget committtee, UF faculty members is currently "a little above
: President Robert Q. Marston and the Boardof $17,000," Bryan said although he did not
I Regents, UF vice president of Academic know how many faculty members that
II \ Affairs Robert Bryan said. represented.
I THE RAISE has been proposed by the UF Although some veteran faculty memberswill
Faculty Educational Policy Group, which is a be eligible for the pay raises if approvedby
special faculty committee that advises UF the Regents other faculty who were
president Robert Q. Marston on the allocationof recently hired make more money thanveteran
funds within UF. faculty members of the same rank.
Bryan said it "looks likely" that the Bryan said incidents of recently hired

k ( Regents will approve the proposal when it faculty members making .more money than
meets in Jacksonville on July 7. their colleagues who have taught at UF
However, the proposal must first be longer "happens occasionally all over the
reviewed by the UF budget committee which university."
could change the range of the pay raise, he BRYAN SAID his first recpllection of suchan
incident "stretches back" to 1957 when he
UF budget committee is headed by UF was personally involved as assistant professorin
',. : = executive vice president Harold, Hanson and the UF English department.
: allocates funds within the budget. Bryan said when he was assistant professor he
MARSTON was vacationing in Virginiaand received $5,000 annually and discovered that
unavailable for comment Sunday. one year later another assistant professor was
I 1 Under the proposal' by the UF Faculty hired for $5,570.
r Educational Policy Group, those promotedfrom "I'll never forget those figures," Bryan
instructor to assistant professor would
receive recommended pay raises of $500, said.Bryan said such a situation presently existsin
I those promoted ,from assistant professor to the accounting department.THE .
s associate professor would receive $1,000,
REASON this happens is because the
Bryan said. .
"market value (for certain professors) rises
Only faculty members who have been
faster than the amount made available for
promoted within the last would be
; i year "
r raises the for that ,
by legislature discipline
eligible for the pay raises, he said.EXACl'LY .
j// 45- Bryan said.Accounting.
.' 96 faculty members have been
t e i11 promoted in the Education and General department chairman John
budget, Bryan said, although he did not know Simmons was out-of-town and unavailable for
) how many faculty members had been comment Sunday.

ji ..r '- r

Fall admissions competitive. I

1 By KEVIN BLOOM students into other colleges.
Alligator Staff Writer "OUR POLICY will be to accept transfer
students and UC(University College) students
Admission to UF for fall quarter, 1975 is who have a comprehensive background in the
"unbelievably competitive," according to courses required outside the College of
Twice a year, in January and July Richard Whitehead, director of admissionsand Agriculture," Browning said.
records. He said he hoped the move would put less
Silver City conducts store-wide Whitehead said enrollment caps, combined pressure on already crowded UF courses suchas
sales. No regular merchandise is with UF President Robert Q. Marston's desireto basic chemistry, botany, and physical
hold UF's enrollment to 2-3 per cent more science.
removed and everything is reduced. than fall of 1974, are forcing UF to turn away Projected enrollments for the college for
many students who normally would be ac- fall, 1975 is approximately 1,100 students,
cepted. Browning said.
"STUDENTS BEING turned away range THE HEALTH CENTER has turned two
COME EARLY FOR THE from those with minimum qualifications ((300on students away for every one accepted for fall
the Florida 12th Grade Placement Test quarter, 1975. However, the problem is not a
: and a 2.0 grade point average) to those who new one, dean of the College of Health
PICK OF THE CROP have excellent credentials Whitehead said. Related Professions Howard Suzuk; said.

Whitehead said students with placementscores "We have been turning away students from
of over 450 with 3.7 grade point this college for a number of years," Suzuki
averages have been turned away from colleges said "but this year we stopped taking applications
.. ': :.y Men's Shirts Belts with enrollment caps.UF's for admission back in April."
projected enrollment for fall. 1975 is The tight enrollment situation at UF is not
':-. ,> :: -it. .'.. Tops. Dresses .' ., .. .. 25.600 according to ,Whitehead. sitting well with Santa Fe Community College

: ; *':'.: '" ,Jeans Hot Sox .{ tf ; :'Wi'" .."..::.': MARSTON that goal SAID by,about he expected 750 'students.He UF wouldexceed .- Pl'esidentAlan J. Robertson."I .

,"; I :;; r : Bathing Suits Purses : )... ;.",; said ,the controlled growth policy is UNDERSTAND UPS problem ii the
,, \ .. '" necessary, due to the lack of sufficient increase enrollment situation, but what I'm fated withis
Jewelry '
: 3 ::.: ; :. ," ; : in state revenues to cover the cost of graduating close to 2,000 students and
i increased enrollments in the Educational and about! 80 per.. cent 'want, to. enroll at UF,"
General (E and G) budget. Robertson said. "For most of these students
The E and G budget allocates money to the chances are slim."
University College and all upper division Robertson said the State University Systemis
colleges except the Institute of Food and in need of a understanding between the
$ Agricultural Sciences ((1FAS) and the J. Hillis 28 community colleges and the nine state
iLveRQty( Miller Health Center. universities."A .
;: 1FAS- College of Agriculture Dean Charles new understanding is needed to
: Browning said admissions to his college for establish just what our students can expect
fall, 1975 will "definitely be more selective." from the state universities," Robertson said.
Browning cited a 15-18 per cent yearly "Up until now it was assumed that any
8 S.W. 7th St. Next to Subterranean Circus increase in applications to the college as one student graduating with an Associate degree
of the reasons for selectivity, along with the and an acceptable grade point average wouldbe

Open. 10-10 daily! 12-8,Sunday! .;.:....%......... desire'.. ..not. .8f'.a to>> have: apoverflow of agriculture admitted. ," he said.

Pag*4,Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday, July.-1,1975. ......" ,).... <<,' .-h' ;.. ,\, t.. !( ,.


(from page one)

windows. In the summer, she said, there is no (f.'t ,'"

way she can keep the windows shut because of -'; III* .',< ,
the heat.
have free access to her home.
Until recently raw sewage flowed into her
front yard through a hole in a sewer pipe on
the northeast corner of the house. It was fixed
after more than four months of complaining
to the landlord.
Because of the leak, she had problems with
rats and roaches attracted to the smell.
common.,Once, she said, her sink for washing
fell off the wall and it was three months before ;.
it was repaired. Iii" ..
William's home has not been inspected ;.
since February, 1971. .
Williams is not alone in her miser)'. ..
A 1972 Department of Community ,
Development survey showed 1,082 sub 1
I ..... '-ow
standard housing units in Gainesville.Of .' I
these, 631 needed major repair and 42 '

were dilapidated.By -Iw
now, the figures are probably lower, but
J the problem of adequate housing for
Gainesville residents still exists as Williams

can tell you. ,
THIS PROBLEM exists despite one of the
strictest housing codes and inspection policies
in the Southeast. -
When the Gainesville City Commission INADEQUATE TOILETS COMMON IN GAINESVILLE photo by joe skipper I
adopted the city's first housing code in 1964, .despite one of the strictest housing codes in the Southeast
it supposedly ended an eight year campaign
by the Gainesville Citizen's Housing DESPITE STRONG OBJECTIONS that By 1969, however, three years after the first SIXTEEN OF the city's 40 enumeration
Association, a private organization, to the restrictions were too severe and would cycle of inspection began, conditions were districts, subdivisions used for census purposes
eliminate substandard housing in the city. lead to public housing the commission improving. A survey in that year revealed that had an average housing condition
In 1949. the Federal Housing Act pledged adopted the code in December 1964 by a 4-1 only 8.5 per cent of housing in the city was which, fell below the city's overall average.
"a decent home in a suitable living environment vote, McKinney the lone opposing vote. substandard, a decrease of 703 units from Fourteen of these districts are in the
for every American family." The The 53-page code set general requirements 1965. southeastern part of town south of N.W. 8
Housing and Urban Development Administration for structure, habitable rooms, ventilation, AND IN 1972, according to the Depart Avenue and east of 13 Street.
was created to administer artificial and natural light, heating and ment of Community Development only 5.3 One district, 1657. bordering Waldo Road,
housing programs. cooking appliances, plumbing and trash and per cent of the city's housing was considered has 25.2 per cent of a total 139 units needing
THE CITY ENTERED into program garbage disposal. substandard, a further reduction of 460 units major repair. Another. 1648. east of 13 Street
with the administration in 1958 to receive Under the code, owners bore the main from 1969. and P.K. Yonge High School, has only 12 per
federal funds for low cost housing. responsibility but tenants were required to But an increase of 4,837 in new homes ;ent of 360 units' classified as standard.
One provision of the agreement was that take "reasonable care" of the living quarters. between 1965 and 1972 accounts for at least And according to Opp. even though the
the city adopt a minimum housing code and The code also defined the powers and duties some of the drops in the percentages. code and its enforcement has greatly reduced
establish a citizen's organization to hear of the housing inspectors. More importantly, almost all substandard the number of substandard units, there will
complaints about housing. THE INSPECTORS were given the power housing is concentrated in the predominantly still be "Certain areas where any real improvement
The housing association was chosen as this to order a dwelling vacated and then the city poor, black sections of the city. is very difficult."
could, if the violation was not corrected within
group. .. ______ _. .. ,
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PRIOR TO THIS the city had only enacted 90 days, put a lien on the property and
the Southern Standard Building code and a demolish it at the owner's expense.
dangerous building ordinance. However, the inspectors were denied the
Neither of these, according to Carl Opp, power to enter a home against the wishes of
director of off-campus housing at UF and the occupant.
president of housing association at the time, The housing division was created in 1965 to
was "sufficiently precise to allow for any real enforce the code and the first home to be
enforcement." inspected was Roy A. Perkin's home off Glen
To its supporters, a new housing code Springs Road in January 1966.
would eliminate slum housing improve the THE FIRST INSPECTION cycle was
health and safety conditions in the city, scheduled to end in 1971. but the magnitude
initiate the restoration of deteriorating of the problem delayed completion of the
housing and prevent the development of cycle until 1972.In .
further slums. August 1971, the commission approved
"THE BATTLE WAS LONG and a second cycle of inspection similar to the first
vigorous with many groups here contending cycle but with some modifications to insure a
that people lived in slum housing because more equitable system.
they liked it. they didn't deserve any better," Since that first home was inspected in 1966,
Opp said. "And others arguing this was an the housing: division appears to have done an
imposition on private property" efficient job. In the six years of the first cycle,
3, 934 of 16,155 homes inspected received
Among the detractors of the code was then citations.OF .
Mayor-commissioner Howard McKinney, THOSE FOUND m violation of the
who called the code "socialism. code, 2,862 or 73 per cent have been repaired
"The people make the slums the slums and 508 or 13 per cent were demolished by the
don't make the people" he said at the time. city. '
IN 1962 when the city had to renew the However, 564 or 14 per cent of those in
working agreement with, the federal government violation have not been repaired and 90 per
.. a preliminary code finally was drafted cent of the houses ordered vacated by inspectors
and turned over to the housing association for have not been cleared as of 1972.
review, There is no question that housing in
After several meetings and public hearings, general has improvedin Gainesville. The
the association created as part of the code the number of dilapidated and substandard
Housing Board to overview the execution ot houses in the city has certainly been reduced.
the code and,a Housing Board of Adjustment THE US. CENSUS in 1950 listed 15 per
for review procedures and the granting of cent of Gainesville's 6.9<))8 housing units as
, variances. dilapidated. In 1960. the census showed 22
"We did one thing that was very important per cent of the city's housing to be sub
in that we excluded no housing" Opp said. standard or dilapidated.As .
I "Other codes in other areas were aimed at late as 1965. a neighborhood analvsisttudv '

v.M "oVne"rs;of slum housing quickly found ways to tent of the citv's, 15.655 housing units were CHILDREN PLAY IN WILLIAMS' YARD P ho to by 'hn moron
themselves out from under the code. substandard.
get raw sewage flowed in area for four months

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Maintaining the quality of
NEW ZAPPA 9 years ofexperience education in the face of
in limited financial allocationsand
'One Size fits At" unprecedented
expert training. enrollments will be the
Should be in number one priority of new
[ State University System
$444 Chancellor E.T, York.
Today or Wednesday OBEDIENLb: CLASSESto York who replaces Robert
Mautz as chancellor today;
THIS WEEKS SUPER DEALS start soon.., said Sunday that he questionsthe
All breeds feasibility of maintainingthe

Bachman-Turner "4 Wheel Drive" 3.99 accepted. policy"traditional at Florida's"open nine state door

Edgar Winter "Jasmine Night Dreams" 3.99 "keep universities the high if the standards system is this to

For information state expects from higher level
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376-8221 WOULD like to see all
qualified students admitted to
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3772702 716 N.Main i limited allocations from the
state and the large number of
students, applying for admission
it may not be
possible" York said.
York said while he does netlike
the prospect of limiting
enrollments at all nine
Florida state universities it
may be the only solution.
CUREDo York also said an "all out
effort" to accommodate
salary increases for state
university employees is also
you suffer from tension headaches? Does your head throb high on his list of priorities."If .
when it's time to do homework? Do school pressures give '. improved revenues can
,: ? be obtained for the SUS. the
you a pain
,..'. legislature might have to go
.. into special session to allocatethe
Thanks to modern technology and ingredients that are : money"York said, "andI
nothing like a doctor's prescription Hi Fi Hutch has the cure. I have received indicationsfrom
key legislators that they
would be willing. to recon
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Mayoropposes use

of city money for UF

mass seatina complexBy $

'-I .

FRANK RINELLA LITTLE SAID he did not expect the city to
Alligator Staff Writer be able to use the complex unless UF made it

available."I .
Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner Joseph wouldn't expect the city to \be; able to use
W Little has told UF President Robert 0- Tigert Hall or any of the classrooms unless the
Marston he is opposed to the idea of the city university' made them available to us," he
iving money to help build a mass-seating said.
mplex.In Ramsey said the problem of the entire
a letter to Marston, Little said he doesit complex being on UF grounds would be if a a :Y vr
feel the city is the proper source for moneyo convention type facility were built, only non-
build the complex."I commerical activity would be allowed.
AM IN FAVOR of the coliseum and will "The campus bars by state law commercial
lo everything in my capacity as mayor to get activity on its grounds" he explained.
state funds to build ,the complex," Little said. "THIS WOULD PROIIIBIT at the
City Commissioner Russell W. Ramsey said American Psychological Convention for
he would like to see part of the complex builton example, the people who come to the con
campus and another part downtown."I vention who sell psychology magazines or
would like to see the athletic and other other items that people attending the con
related parts of the coliseum put on the vention would buy" Ramsey said. .ti
campus and a convention center facility put "The city wants the convention business," r .Y O 1
downtown" Ramsey said. Ramsey said.Marston r.
lie went on to say he would like to see the is away on vacation and was
whole complex open to both UF and city use. unavailable for comment.

Bondsresult I .ha..
Ken Morley
Because the state allocates funds for

academic buildings, the use of student funds UF harbors research
in lower allocations to the University for that purpose may be considered "com
System in the 1976 fiscal year. petitive" by the legislature.
York has said that using the student funds HOWEVER UF planning officials said
liar academic purposes could result in a loss of state universities will have only $26 million instate
funds allocated to the university system next funds for building projects next year and In lofty
year. UF's needs alone exceed that amount. secrecy

III UF coed wins beauty crownThey By JOSE SARIEGO JOHNSON estimated that between $6-7

Alligator Staff Writer million has been channeled into the project

say the girls of ol* Lauderdale competed MAJOR will have to postponeher Shrouded in secrecy, the 10th floor of the since, it began. Funded yearly the project's
londa are the fairest. And it against 40 other hopeful studies for a year as she Seagle Building is sealed off beyond the present budget is approximately $200000
as proven Saturday night young women in the contest makes the diplomatic appearances elevator by a glass paneled door with a The profit paid to UF is used for other
icn Ann Schmalzned the which emphasized con expected of her burglar alarm to keep out unwanted visitors. research projects the College of Engineering
'-year- ld Miss UF, cap. fidence poise and per position culminating in "the A secretary accompanies anyone wishing to receiving the lion's share he said.
ired the 1975 Miss Florida sonality, as well as physical big one" -the Miss America talk to an employe and takes down Johnson said the project employs UF
:rown at the Orlando attributes. Pageant- next September in everything said in shorthand. All visitors professors and sends its employes to teach at
Municipal Auditorium. THE PHARMACY Atlantic City N.J. must sign in and out before they are allowed UF. It also employs graduate students who
Schmalzried of Ft. to enter or leave. do research for their degrees while workingfor
---- -- -- -- --- -- FOR 33 YEARS, UF's Electrical Communications the project.
. WIIArl"SIIAPPENING, Lab has contracted with the HE STRESSED that the work was only
Defense Department to develop proximity theoretical and that the devices may not be in
By HELEN WHELAN, call Sylvia Sandberg at 373-9855 or Ilene fuses for nuclear weapons. actual .
Alligator Staff Writer Young at 378-9728. Begun in 1942 the project has continuedon they are being used or not I don't t
BEGINNING KARATE Classes are being the 10th floor of the "
Seagle he
at 408 know but available if needed
SOCIALIST LEAGUE The African offered* Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-: W. University Ave. since 1946. said. they are
Socialist League will meet Tuesday night at 7 7.00 p.m. at the Florida Gym. Contact Proximity fuses are devices which explode lab for test
However in the
devices built
p.m. in room 361 J. Wayne Reitz Union. Barbara Van Essen at 377.2798 for further bombs before they actually come in contact Johnson said.are
Vicki Adams 373-3200 information. with their purposes
Contact or Faye target. Raymond C. not
He research was
Williams at 376-%14 for further information. ENVIRONMENT* New' members are director of the lab, explained. explained that the
KARATE Tae Kwon Do Club is sponsoring invited to a general meeting of the Environmental THE PROJECT began when former limited to the fuses but also included work on
Dean landing
classes tor white and advanced belts in karate Action Group Tuesday night at of Engineering Joseph Weil was contacted television radio, radar and aircraft

at 7 p:m.-today Wednesday' Thursday in 730? p.hi, in room 347 in the}'jVayne., eitz tht, Defense.,Department ,W 'help hi the by :systems. finding
the basement gf. the. Florida Gym. Other Unfon. For further information'392-1535 1'.'deyelopfoent of,the tyes ,Sot ,* THE'RESEARCH mainly involves
,jhe Arm ( t bf distance devices
meeting times can be arranged. For further or come to room 304 of the Union. The project is funded improving
entirely by Hairy
information call and ask for Bill at 3928931. WRITERS Persons Interested in writing Diamond Labs, a Washington DC-based and eliminating noise' in communication
GRASS ROOTS An informative meeting for tor the Gator Growl should submit a sampleof defense contractor, Johnson said devices.Johnson added. the
anyone interested in SG reform will be held their material to rooms 312 or 313 of the J. In addition he said, the firm He said the work was classified because
UF today.
Wednesdayat 7:30 p.m. in room 361 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further informationcall overhead fee which ,is pays an research is applied to weapons in use
Reitz Union. For further information 3921661. project. actually profit from the All employes must have security clearance

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UP students support proposals to build a mass seating
522 N.MAIN ST.
facility on campus UF President Robert Q. Marston told ,
Student Government officials Friday.
Marston said the burden was now on those groups who i
believe students are opposed to prove it.
Student approval was evidenced by the $100,000 in SG I
funds set aside last year for facility planning and by the
support the project received from student: groups who appeared
'" 'hIli before the Ad Hoc Committee for a Mass Seating
Facility, Marston contended.
SPEAKING TO Student Body President Jim Eaton, Senate
President Art Aspinwall and President Pro Tern of the Senate
Sue Cline, Marston said it was his guess the project would go
through because it has the support of Florida House of

Representatives The activities Speaker center Is Don a "once Tucker.in a lifetime" chance

sale' EarthSabot.: because it will be hard to generate the necessary funds in the
; ; on future Marston said.
; Marston seeking SG approval of his requestfor $100,000 (
to begin planning and development of the project. said he was :
confident the administration could raise $100,000 in matching <4<
funds from private sources.
RESPONDING TO CRITICISM that the money for the
mass seating facility should be used for academic buildings
Marston said "there is no legal reason why the funds could
Sabot.Style 160.* not be used for academic purposes."
$26.50 However funds for academic buildings are allocated by the i
Silt Piles AA.AA state on the basis of need. Any expenditure of student money t
' ( for those buildings would reduce UF's need and thus its claim
"J to state building allocations, Marston said.
MocToe. Even with the allocation of student funds, the State !
Style 150,* University System probably would not have. the money to
.$37.50 satisfy all of UPS building needs.
4 Sale Price HOWEVER, STATE Sen. Robert Saunders. D-
'ttc 3"ry A: Gainesville said there was a "very real possibility" the
$24,10Y legislature would decrease building allocations if UF used the
student funds for academic purposes.
s Marston stressed the importance of educating students
about the issues involved in building the facility. He said
there was a consensus on campus that the facility was needed
and pointed out that other activities besides sports events will
be carried out.
"I hope this doesn't get killed for the wrong reasons" he
said. ,
ASPINWALL agreed with Marston.
"It's important to make people understand that these
xYs a a Low Boot.Style 130. funds aren't in competition with academic funds" he said.
$37.50 Marston said student control of the facility would be
Sale Price $24.10 maintained by creating a governing board similar to the Reitz
Union Board of Managers a student faculty committee that
High Boot. governs use of office space on the third floor of the union.
Style 140. Walking Shoe. MARSTON RULED out a referendum on the issue, sayingthe
$42.50 __ Style 110.* phrasing of the question could guarantee its failure or
$? $35.00 success.
Site MM F k _
2 Sale Price He said he was inclined to holding several public hearings
.4 instead to receive student input on the issue.
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To help you take your "
UF President Robert 0. Marston left for Virginia Fridayfor

first in the shoe a two week vacation.
step so Executive Vice-President Harold Hanson said Marston
would be relaxing until he returns July 14 or 15. Then
unique it's patented we're havinga Marston will leave again for New York on business.
"THIS IS NOT a month away from work by any means,"

sale! The Earth brand shoe, the Hanson Hanson said..said it was not unusual for the president to take his
vacation in the middle oftbe'term which was generally not as
busy for the administation as during the "break" periods
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l lower than the toe, is on sale Abe emporiuman

unusual assortment of gifts jewelry
;: fromJuly7thtoJuly2lth.Andyoucansavsfrom$6toI'1 clothing and Apartment decorations from
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countries.Gainesville's largest selection '

Liquid Silver Jewelry

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p.I American Man Jeweky

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.Peg t,'Hi.Independent Rorldo Alligator Tuesday,July I. 1975 VWAF

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then there was the one about the Orlando ,

wedding ceremony.The N.
couple waited in hushed silence to exchange

their vows. But before the groom could say "I do,"
his former girlfriend came running down the aisle

yelling, "Oh no, you don't."
The groom's embarrassment could only have

been matched by the bride's confusion. Obviouslythere

was something he hadn't told her.

We feel a bit like that bride in our confusionover

exactly what can be done with that $25

million revenue surplus from two construction

bonding issues ,currently being paid by student

tuition fees. ,
Two weeks ago State University System
Chancellor E.T. York said the surplus revenue

could be spent only for construction and ear

marked the money for student-oriented buildings.His .
office also said the bonding agreement did "; "

not allow the fees to be reduced or the bonds to be EEEEK I IT'S BL.OOPJ"!

paid off early, thus ruling out the possibility of
reducing fees rather than borrowing still more

money to construct mass seating facilities. Males-try a little tenderness"A
Now we find that a reduction in tuition rates .
may indeed be an alternative to construction.State .
Sen. Robert Graham, chairman of the touch of the lips, a brush of the breast and a dive for the want is a big problem for women. We've been taught to
Senate Education Committee 'was somewhat crotch," is how most males approach sex, according Laura please our man and NEVER make demands. This means we
often suffer in silence, unable to get the nerve to simply ask
miffed at not being told about the surplus money Newman, a local marriage counselor.It's up
While affection, for what need.
a good summation of the problem. we
until after the legislative session was over. tenderness and sensuality are of chief importance to women, Once, after a few minutes of kissing a male attempted to
Graham believes the money should be used to often men have a cut-and-dried "Whambamthankyouma'am drag me into the bedroom.For .
retire the bond early, upgrading campus ," outlook. him, any further foreplay was unncecessary. He was
classrooms and laboratory facilities and,. in addition Believe me, it's not exactly flattering when a man tackles completely ready to have sex and interpreted my refusal as a
lower the $2.45 per credit hour that your body with all the respect and gentleness of a football tease.

students are now paying on the bonding issue.In player intent on "scoring."
This kind of sexual approach perfunctory, hurried
an earlier editorial we criticized York for foreplay followed by the male simply satisfying himself is r JANIS MARAOPINION
springing his "discovery" of the surplus at a time dehumanizing and often painful to his partner.
when SUS students were least able to react to it. Men would do well to follow Otis Redding's advice and "trya
Apparently some state legislators now feel they v little tenderness. For women sex is a highly emotional act.
As foreign as this may seem to some men often women see sex
were similarly slighted and have hinted that "
as an act of "love.
knowledge of the fund could result in a reductionof The problem is centered in the "male image." the kind of

SUS capital outlay funds next year. behavior that is supposed to be most masculine rough, Infuriated, I informed him (at the top of my lungs) that
Apparently York has been too committed to the tough, strong and silent is the most disastrous in the women are different from men and it takes a lot longer for
idea of building mass seating facilities at UF and bedroom.A women to get excited.To .
rough, inconsiderate "lover" is no lover at all. (unless my amazement, he apologized, saying, "There's no
elsewhere to give consideration to other
adequate you're into S& M). Nobody likes to be manhandled.As place to learn about how women are only books and movies."
alternatives. We hope the SUS doesn't suffer next for toughness, that's the last thing you need in bed. This was no blushing virgin, either; the fellow is 23 years
year because of it.Patch. You're supposed to be tough around your enemies, not the old. His remark made me wonder: Where can a man learn
people you love. Sex, hopefully, is a chance to relax totally about how women respond? Porno novels, sex guides. and
and open yourself and others. It's bad enough to hide your movies in general are made for, by and about men.
feelings in everyday life; it can'cheat you out of a lot of All I can suggest is to be receptive and to encourage the
pleasure during sex. women to make her wants known. As far as I'm concerned,
can forget "lines" and "techniques." The
you sophisticated
Silence is the worst curse of all. Nothing freaks me out
workWe more suave and debonair a man is, the more slick and phonyhe
more than somebody who clams up the minute he gets into seems to .
bed. I know sometimes it's hard to chew gum and walk at the me.I
I feel threated by someone with a polished technique. I'm
time but makes
same practice perfect. Sex is an emotional
afraid that he's just trying to "score." I'd rather have someone
were encouraged when the investigativeteam experience to women, and a few loving words enhance the
down-to-earth little klutzy.
and natural maybe even a
from the Department of Health, Educationand physical side, too With someone like that you're both on the same level it's
Welfare came to town last week to re-open an If the man can shed the "strong, silent" pose and initiate not like being hustled by some insincere "stud."
earlier investigation of racial discrimination at some verbal communication, this can make it a lot easier for All in all, I think the best lover is someone who loves.
the woman to get across her needs. Being'open about what we Without that, everything else is useless.

UF.Those charges were lodged by former UF ...

professor Councille Blye following his abrupt

firing in March 1972 after he wasaccused, of The... Independent. RonCunnlnKom ,Tom Shroder
making homosexual advances ;towards t ostuden : ,.( ". ."."i+..."'; i.to,-;ln-'hlef r '1 N'..w.. ?Editor. ".
'. . .... "T. Florida.AlI-19atOI'fj.r'I': :" :' ':-\: ', ;. \\
The rc-opening of,. the investigation was,In?effect ''>'".,>. ''. .:'. ,' ;jl.!.::'*Vf', ',** "VLtll \( .. OooglqiHatchr, v 'v:,.jr'....w>',.. "11Mi4iKelmon! : !
Qme'iictiH ","<. .<' .. :" i Editor.R .
admission that the first examination was Monofling. Editor, '.>,\' ,, '; 'l.'.rr layout .
inaccurate, superficial and glossed over. cP "
Our optimism was dampened somewhat ------------ -

however when we found that one member of that
than Jim Lemon of the HEW .A 'Tony' Kendzlor I .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ". ,. General Manager Published by
team was none other Jam**V.Cook .,....... ... .. ... .... ... .. . . .Assistant General Manager (: r.un.n//1/1'ulHIM-. I Ins'
Atlanta Office. We found it ironic that the man Mrs. Evelyn Best/f.t..1' .. ..'''! ., ...... ..' .. ,. .. ., .. ,. Administrative Assistant MIIIIMIS
who conducted the first investigation should be Anne Malphurs/' ..i..1r'.i....;'.... ,.......i..o. ...."." ..... ... ...Bookkeeper P.O Bon 'J3364 University
in the second.It C. Roy Shipp..... .\. .. .. .:.. :'.;.. ... .,, I.: ....:........Business Manager Station.Gainesville. Hondo with
sent back to participate Tom MacNamara .. . .. ... ...... .. .. .. . ,. ., .. ... Accountant offices behind the College Inn
is our hope that the. team was indeed sent to Ray McGee Jr. .. i ,.. .. ..... ..:.. ..... .. .....f. :'..,.. .1..Adv.rllsingManager .I7J8 West University Avenue .
conduct a complete investigation into the firing JlrnEsposlto .... ..... .. .. . . ,. ." ..Editorial I Production Manager Business Office phone: 376-4*.
and not a patch-up of the first. The results should Glenda Martin ... . .. . .. . ... .Circulation &Classified Manager Editorial Department and Production: 37644M.Advertising

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Th.'"dependent Pforfrfa Alligator Twvtdoy MI I I. 1975 fog '

Lack of support for coliseum blamed on apathy .

EDITC: uld like to take issue with
June 24. In that editorial, you complained that your students editorial had of been student interest expressed in the projected mass seating to the students than the coliseum. We feel the same way.
not shown much support: for the projected coliseum. facility. But, we also learned that there is a pervasive apathy here -
Last quarter, the Ufr Ci, ,'. K Cub sponsored a OUR ORGANIZATION learned two things from our and probably everywhere due to the overriding problems
Night at the Rat," trying to aise not only "Coliseym project. First we learned that the students felt that other facing the individual students and the world in general. If you
but also
money. We received a lot of criticism from support The things should be given priority over the coliseum. Things like have not heard more support for the mass seating facility, it
Alligator for
this effort, but this is not the issue. The point is, there has more and better professors improved facilities library and can partially be blamed on this.
infirmary improvements things like this were more important If there is no way for the $14.1 million dollars to be spent by
UF for anything else as Chancellor designate E.T. York
," ,_.. .,......._ '.......... _.." "'MW...._.......__. .. ____.. then we would still like says.
to express our support for 'the
coliseum.It .
would give UF a great chance to have a top-notch sports
: program a center for theater and fine arts presentations a
;Y4wkf4 ; place for big name bands to perform, and in the meantimewill
provide a shot in the arm for Gainesville's sagging
construction industry, thus providing more money filtering
; fRccjc 'I' throughout our city.
,i THE ONLY OTHER thing to say is that we would like to
ot. do something about apathy maybe our biggest enemy. Thatis
the reason Circle K exists as well as every other service and
organization in Gainesville. This is the reason we held
Basketball Coliseum Night last quarter, and it will be the
reason for our continuing efforts in the years ahead.
We're trying to help. And we feel very proud in this at-
/G / EdKnadlePresident

Circle K Club
s: 1

Black students

'got M, .I must organize


TRlS 'MIOLEmING IS IMmsciBLEll, black students

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the newlyarrived -
Black students to UF and ,to the surrounding Black
Marston should rehire HeuerEDITORS community.As .
a Black person and secondly as a student I've experienced -
many "college encounters" which have contributedto
my understanding as to what it means to be a Black studentat
It's appalling to me that the president of UF by But there is no such principle at stake in Heuer's case. To UF. Many times before I've seen Black students who have
his inaction, continues to sanction the callous treatment of the extent that UF had an argument for its action at all, it enrolled at UF with much enthusiasm dedication, and
university employe, Mary Heuer. rested on a dubious technicality involving unpaid leave versus willingness to better the conditions of Black students and
For six months the personnel department prevented her sick leave. Black people as a whole, only to become demoralized
from returning to work and now that the Career Service IF HEUER had been dishonest and requested sick pay disenfranchised "Greek-Crazy" and without any sense of
Commission has unanimously recommended her rein- during her break she would have been better off. direction by the next quarter.
statement with back pay it appears that Robert Button plansto If the president hesitated to intervene before the commission Unfortunately,there are some Black people (students), who
flaunt the intent of that decision and to persist in his reached its decision, he should feel no such hesitation will never be able to organize and struggle in the Interest of
shabby personal vendetta.HE now. The commission's decision provides Black people. Well that's their problem and this letter is
COULD not do this without the tacit support of higher ample support tor him to insist on Heuer's immediate directed at those Black students who care understand and
levels of administration. When is the president going to take reinstatement. 'are willing to organize into a united strong and serious Black
the lead in establishing a civilized tone for personnel relations If he does so, he will not only be righting a serious injusticeto organization.LAST .
at UF1'' her, he will repair UF's reputation for integrity and fair QUARTER, another sister a brother and I decidedit
There may well be conflicts between the university and its dealing. was fine for us to serve the people, specifically Black
employes where there are legitimate arguments for both sides; students. During last quarter, we held many meetings and
a principle involving UF as a whole may result in the sacrificeof Eleanor Saluk now we've come up with a program we would like to introduce
the employes' interests. Secretary to Black students.
Although the meetings were only for the three of us, ideas,
suggestions,opinions; criticisms, and remarks by others, were
objectively'considered and appreciated. The program we
M''!: vtr would like to introduce will obviously reflect the expression
3c. ,+' + "i / / concerns and desires of many other people. Some of whichwe
r .r totally agree with others can not be .whole-heartedly

-ffj appreciated.
Whether or not we (the three of us) agree with the
suggestion we realize that what is important is not how the
three of us feel but how the people (Black students) feel. We
,: Are Servants of The People.
WE WILL be having our first open-door Qrganizationmeeting
tonight at 7 in room 361 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.It .
is true that we have a program to introduce to the people
but the ultimate strength of the organization lies with Black
students. Black students need Black students.
Black students can and must organize black students!
Vickie Adams

The Independent

-3'i Florida Alligator

Rick Adelman Gary BalanoHAMI. .
__ Sports Editor News Editor

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John WoPOrtPhoto

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f ra,. 10.The Independent Florida Alligator.Tuesday. July I. It7S

B Womanstore opens with articles for females. I

"Women can bring kids in to look at the-books,"Gill
B TERRI SALT the center said,
> THE OTHER 20 percent will be used to support
Alligator Staff WriterA as two young girls wandered by and gazed up at her,
Gill said.
"SOME WOMEN made kids' stuff primarily," she
crafts added
Scattered around the room in colorful array, the
narrow wooden staircase leads to the first of two small include dangling earrings macrame chokers, wall hangings These articles, including personalized pillowcases and a

rooms where posters proclaim "Sisterhood is Blooming" and and beaded key chains. macrame hammock, hang in the children's room.

"Women Working." Pamphlets about women's: literature are mixed in with the Mary Ann Sherman, a member of the advisory board forWom'en

The room is filled with pottery, macrame, needlepoint and crafts. Unlimited commented on relaxed atmosphere of theomen's

other crafts. \\ center and store.

WOMANSTORE the service in and "You don't have to be involved in the women's movementto
opened Friday as newest THE SECOND room, decorated bright orange "
offered by Women Unlimited 115 S. Main St., and sells ,yellow, is a children's area that offers non-sexist children's be Interested she said.

articles "by, for and about women" according to store literature hose characters are. not stereotyped into male and IT'S A PLACE to meet and talk with other women, she

workers. female roles. explained.

The craftswomen price their own articles and receive 80 per Books about such famous women as Helen Keller and Women Unlimited offers an information table a lounge a

cent of the selling price, Ann Gill, a volunteer store worker, Amelia Earhart stand on shelves along with "Girls Can Be counseling service a library and a job referral service.

said, adding that women from Gainesville and other areas can Anything" by Norma Klein and "Women of Courage" by The store and center are open Monday through Thursday

!sell their wares there. Dorothy Nathan. 1.4 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday 6.9 p.m.


ASTROLOGYThurs .July 9 Aug 20
,July 10-Aug. 21INSTRUCTOR Weds. JulyAug.20. 7:309:30pm.INSTRUCTOR: .
for all workshops and lesions,will take place In : : GUITAR II INSTRUCTORMichael 7:30: '::30 p.m.

Room 330'from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m.. June 23 through July 4. Dikkl-Jo Mullen Lightner Alice Snyder
Students, 'faculty and staff members and their spouses will S10.00 Students $10.00 Students $7.00 Students
8 "19
Tues.July Aug $10 00 Non-Students
have priority'for lesion enrollment'from June 23 through June $15.00 Non-Students 7:309:30p.mINSTRUCTOR: $15.00 Non-Students
27. Only after this time will registration be open to other
Due to price and registration differentials, it will be necessary Tues. July 8 Aug 19 YOGA II Mons.July July. 21
Tom Morrissey : : p.m.INSTRUCTOR
that each penon come to register with appropriate Iden 7.309.30pm.: : $10.00 Students Tues.July 8 Aug\ 19.
tification. Enrollment for Individual clones I Is limited and David INSTRUCTOR Cochrane: $15.00 Non.Students 7:30: :30 pro. Virginia Solomon
therefore' ,on a first-come,f irst-srv.d bails. Persons may only $10.00 Students $7.00 Students
register for themselves. $15.00 Non.Students U.OO Non.Students
Because registration 'for all workshops and lessons I Is limited, -
we must consider your decision to enroll 'final by 4.00 p.m. the BEGINNING CLASSICAL GUITAR INSTRUCTORRandall EMBROIDERY II
working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds" will CHESS I Tues,July I.Aug. 197:30.9:3Op.m. Roffe Mons.Aug.4 Aug 25
only be made under these circumstances.TENNESSEE (Tactics&Strategy) : : $10.00 Students 7:309: :30pm.
Tues. Aug. 19 INSTRUCTORCharlie $15.00 Non'Students INSTRUCTORVirginia
7:309: :30pm. Bush Solomon
WILLIAMS INSTRUCTORMichael $10.00 Students $7.00 Students
I Bast $15.00 Non-Students $100 Non Students
$10.00 Students -
Summer and Smoke Thurs.July 10.Aug.21 Mon. July 21-Aug. II 1:30.3:30: p.m.
5:007.00pm: 7: -8:30: p.m. INSTRUCTORKathyAbernathy
(Beginning\ ) Morrissey Doucette $15.00 Students
Thurs.July 10-Aug\ .21 .
$10.00 Students $15.00 Students $17.00 Non Students
7.309: :30pm. $15.00 NonStudentsBEGINNING $20.00 Non'Students

MEDITATION Tues. July Aug. 26
$10 00 Students Mons. HOME BARTENDING
July 7-Aug. 18 IJO'3:3Op.m.: :
$15 00 Non Students 5:007:00pm. Thurs.July 24Aug. 21 INSTRUCTORDorothv
tl INSTRUCTORBhudara 7:00: 1:30: p.m. Sterling

BRIDGE I INSTRUCTORBob $20.00 Students
Weds. July 9-Aug. 20 $10.00 Students Doucette $26.00 Non StudentsHANDBUILDING
$15.00 Non.Students $15.00 Students
S20.00 Non-Students
Adrian Dovell PAINTING Thurs.July 10.\ug. 28
$10.00 Students Tues.July 8 Aug.19 1 1:303:30pm.
$15.00 Non Students 7:309.30pm.: : BEGINNERSVINEAPPRECIATION INSTRUCTORDorothV
ILA Schaaf Fri. July 25Aug. 22 $20.00 Students
BRIDGE II $10.00 Students 7::00":30: p.m. $26.00 Non.Students
Thurs.July 10-Aug.\ 21 $15.00 Non.Students INSTRUCTORBob
7:309: :30pm. Doucette
minister's fragile daughter yearns for the love of a INSTRUCTORAdrian SANDPAINTINGANDTERRARIUM S15.00 Students. KIDS(Ages CRAFTS 6.10))
handsome neighbor who rejects her. Heartbroken, she Dovell S20.00 Non Students Weds. July 9 Aug.27
$10 00 Students
strikes up an acquaintance with a salesman passing $15.00 Non.Students CONSTRUCTION 9:30-11:30am.: :

through town --only to find more unhappiness. Starring Tues.7:30: july'9.30pm: -Aug.. 19 Persons enrolling in courses Concerned INSTRUCTORShirley Turner
Lawrence Harvey. INSTRUCTOREleanor with alcoholic beverages will Charges $15.00
be required to show
TUES. JULY 1 7:00 ; 9:30 $15.00 Students LeighIter) are at least 11 years proof of age.that they I- GROW YOUR OWN

2ND FLOOR AUD. REITZ UNION 50$ I $20.00 Non-Students (Organic Gardening)
Thurs. July -Aug.16

$10.00 Students
the preparation ol Ravioli (cheese and meal Tues.July I.Aug 26 Weds.July-Aug.. 20 PORTRAIT PAINTINGMons.
filling) by Millie Holsapple. INSTRUCTORSar..Nett 1:30: '3.30pm: 7:30":30: : ..mINSTRUCTtJR July7.Aug.25

Wood Mhael Bast
$11.00 Students $10.00 Students INSTRUCTORCathy
$24.00 $15. ( bernathy
Non-Students 00 NonStudentsGROW
Wednesday, July 2 $15.00 Students
7:30 p.m. QUILTING II $17.00 Non.Students
Tues.Aug 5-Aug. 26 YOUR OWN
Reservations required. Call 393-1655, 9:00: to 4:30: to hold a 7.309:30pm.: : (Organic Gardening. ) QUILTING I

seat. Enrollment limited, so hurry and make reservations INSTRUCTORVirginia Solomon Thurs.7:30: July 9:30p.m.: 10 Aug.21

lOOn. $7.00 Students INSTRUCTORStan Tues. July I Aug.29
M 00 Non-Student* Pollack 7:30: -9.30pm.:
$10.00 Students
$15.00 Non Students
(Ages 11.14)) DECOUPAGE INSTRUCTORVirginia
Thurs. July 10'Aug.21 Mons. July 7, U,21 Solomon
:Mll.Mam: 7:309:30pm. $7.00 Students


Charge: $15.00 $4 00 Students
Wednesday Night League __$400Non.Students

,,,II _. . -
9:00: p.m.-3 game sets ft: THEATER
tiJ i
Open to all students \
> #

Organization Meeting -

Wed. July 2 L'' L)

9:00: p.m. Rm. 347 Tickets will go on sale for "You're A Good Man ,. Charlie

Reitz Union Brown beginning Monday July 7 at the University Box

Office ((Cons tans Theater) ,



People were th.ln4..d....Aorl_AJIIgatar Tu..cley,July I, 1911. re,. 11
complaining about parked cars,

\ : 1 beer cans and noisy parties Aaron GreenStricterzoninglawsproposed

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Granting of the license is conditional on agreeing to the
Alligator Staff Writer annual inspection Bowman said, adding the landlord wouldbe
They might not know it now, but groups living in houses legally responsible for the tenants complying with the
zoned for single families could be breaking Gainesville law. zoning codes.

And if the city passes a proposed rental ordinance designedto Bowman said the proposed ordinance is still in the .

provide stricter enforcement of zoning laws, those students "talking state" and there has been no; deadline set for a draft.
might be forced to find new lodging. The proposed action by the commission results from

THE CURRENT ORDINANCE states that in areas zoned complaints by area residents about what they apparently fy r
for single families, a family may take in only two boarders. considered offensive conditions in their' neighborhoods.

Although Gainesville law prohibits more than three "People in what you can call the quiet suburbs were
unrelated persons from living in a home zoned for single complaining to city commissioners about homes in their
families, enforcement of the ordinance has been difficult in neighborhoods that had all kinds of cars parked in the front,

the past, according to city officials.A with beer cans all over the yard and late and noisy parties,City
new ordinance being considered by the city commission is Commissioner Aaron Green said. 9
designed to make enforcement of zoning codes easier and GREEN AND fellow commissioner Russell Ramsey agreed

more effective.The little, if any, legal prosecution would be taken against people
new ordinance which is being drafted by city com who were living in homes with more than the legal amount of
mission's Human Resources and Services Committee would occupants. certain circumstances where search warrents are available.

require landlords to buy a special license if they wanted to Ramsey said, "About the only thing that would have to "You have to prove more than the legal number of people
rent to tenents. happen is that they would have to find another place to live. live there" Hope said of homes zoned for single family

The licensing procedure would require an annual renewal Ramsey said that enforcing the existing ordinance has beena residences. 0\ ..,
which would allow inspection of the houses by the city to problem. "The number of papers delivered to a house, the number of
insure that the legal number of people are living there, ac. "WE CANNOT: get enough evidence to prove in court that cars parked out front or the number of milk bottles that are
cording to Norm Bowman, director of community develop. the ordinance is being violated," Ramsey said.A. delivered are not enough evidence to prove,violation of the

ment. Bice Hope, assistant city attorney, said there are only ordinance Hope added.

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the exhilarating tripBy Welcome tot .'

Alligator Staff Writer

Nobody can shake ass better
than Tina Turner. While you are here for orientation, you should plan a-trip to the CAMPUS:

flying Legs apart Tina, red-tinted shimmies wig, SHOP: and BOOKSTORE.located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We

bumps, and struts her way are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you

across a stage like a crazed the student.
Mick Jagger (if that's not
redundant.) Without a doubt
she is the shining star of the ,
Ike and Tina Turner Revue. Ji'
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Even Ike takes a backseat to ..
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the of his beautiful, ,
gyrations h y : .,s ,o .
sensuous, frenzied wife.


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, GRABBING the VI: : .i
microphone, Tina coyly asks '
the over-flowing audience at ..It/t\{ \
the Great Southern "Are ,
you ready for me?" The '
audience has been primedlike ,
a rusted pump by thirty ill'f "'i
five. minutes of the Revue /;, v
without the' Turners. The .. !. _",, ..",>Of ..,t': '. ,.,., ;.": .d';..J

answer" is a resounding"Yes ..< v,'.. '.. j" "i'l.,,',-..,..' 'f f. ''. ,; .:i't';{,.d ';
"Well! I'm ready for you!" fl'r''m; I' Jq; ..,.y..,..oGi.T'1 :;,x'<:'. >>-.*_:-t..<.,.'. .

Tina replies and jumps backto
lead the Ikettes in burst !
of choreographed madness.
The Revue is a tightly GYM OUTFITS EQUTMENT' &; SUHUES
organized, well-rehearsed, .1 ( SWEATSHIRTS ARTS & CRAFTS SUVllES
artistically exhilirating experience. J b DRUGS &; SUNDRIES WRITING EQUFMENT
: Show tunes range 3 s .. CQMELEffi UNE OF GENERAL STUDY LAMPS
current Top Forty hits. 1 NEEDS) DBCALSs
(Earlier the Ikettes a trio of
young long legged brown
beauties, whip a redition of
"Lady Marmalade" that
makes the Labelle version
sound anemic.)
Otis Redding tune "I've Been .. POPUlAR READING BOOKS gE1ERE
Loving You" to the men in
the audience,saying she tendsto
get "emotionally excited" TINA TURNER
singing it. The audience .gettln' Don 1 J
responds with applause and
cat-calls. Tina lets out an evil They do it nice senses. A blinding strob lightis Iw OC'b
, little laugh and slowly strokes rough..and damn spec turned on and catches Tinain 'lCI.fJW.s
the microphone.The tacularly.' a wild, disjointed dance i1 SUPFUES
finale, of the show is As the music builds to ear- admidst a fog of condensed y&Q
"Proud; Mary" and as we shattering levels, the Revue carbon dioxide spray.
all know by now they never, gets rougher !and rougher 'THE AUDIENCE jumps to '> m[Freshman 0 '
ever do anything niceandeasy. threatening to overwhelm the its feet and begs for more.. comprehensive course books 0

.. Area I takeVtwc of writing up

MORETHAN scholarships, books and sUPP 1. vJpth areas I
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.a. $ and 2 are textbook information t tcrs.I '
/"-.,, : F:1.u\:,.\_. I[Q:J I Textbooks line the wall aroun a I nerimetcr. \

j of the textbook area. They are set up a : beticaJly
by course name beginning with Advertising '" 3ud, endh.j! "-
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this one, along with parrots
hamsters, mice, gerbols, snakes, STUDENT SERVICES C and Bookstore

parakeets, finches and of course '. Free Notary ,Public .in the hub
love birds. And don't forget the Check Cashing .
largest selection of tropical fish Film Developing
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|\ll But 4 UF Units Close Down 'Fall Enrollment I Ii I

_. four of UF' 18 colleges and schoolse s
| now accepting applications for admis- UnIV when about 500 more students than were
V for the fall quarter. r,11' anticipated showed up for summer school.
mere are still openings in the Colleges Whitehead said that the impending
I Engineering and Agriculture and in the Produced Services by to the Division of information & Publicabons increase has one encouraging sign, how-
communicate official notices & Diclea in that it will be in the division
aduate School and the School of important information to students, faculty stall ever, upper
Jirest Resources and Conservation. at the University of Florida. colleges."It .
[Executive Vice-President Harold Han- is much easier to absorb students in
In extended the enrollment halt Fridayter existing class sections in the upper
[ closing down enrollment In Arts and division," Whitehead said, "because sections
and Education are less likely to fill up. When
fences the previous
President Robert Marston announced IFAS. students are added at the freshman and
Jiday.Hanson. the self-imposed enrollment cap last,fall Almost all of the increase predicted is sophomore level it simply means more
( said that all applications relived after the Board of Regents put a ceiling of due to the highest-in-history retention of sections have to be created."
through last week would be 27,000 on E&G colleges. There is no cap on students. Whitehead estimates an enrollment of
Insidered for admission and that all enrollment in the Health Center and IFAS, "More students are staying in school less than 8,500 in the lower division,
plicants would be notified their status as but Health Center colleges have always than ever before and more who were here compared to last fall's 9,076. President
lickly as possible.The been quota colleges. three or four quarters ago are returning," Marston has ordered a cutback of 600
enrollment shutdown was ordereden Registrar Richard Whitehead has pre- Whitehead said. This is believed to be students in the sophomore class to
it became apparent that the Univer- dicted a fall enrollment of 25,635 on- caused by the poor employment market. compensate for the 600 extra freshmen
b would have a difficult time main- campus students in E&G colleges next fall, Whitehead had noted the high retention admitted last year. Firsttimeincollegefreshmen
lining its enrollment goal of about the compared to about 25,000 last fall. Another trend during the winter and spring enrollment has been limited to
(me level as last fall in E&G Colleges. 3,000 are expected in Health Center and quarters, and it became acutely apparent 2,900.


enate Approves Swim ClassesFor

harmacy, Forestry Children Of

egree.. Changes Friday's A Holiday UF CommunitySwimming

e name of the bachelor's degree in classes will be. offered week-
estry has been recommended by Senate Pageantry on CampusA days throughout the summer in Broward
tion to be changed to bachelor of science Hall pool to children between the ages of 3
forest resources and conservation in and 12. Cost is $5 for each 10-day session.
eping with the name change of the Participants must be children of UF
hool accomplished four years ago.It Fourth of July program of music, pageantry and fireworks will be held in students, faculty or staff. They may be
identifies the broadening mission ofe Florida Field stadium Friday free and open to the public.Classes will be dismissedall registered and fees paid in the central
program which includes not only day and it will be an official holiday for UF employees.The Housing Office at Museum Road and SW
restry but forest products, wildlife UF Summer Band directed by Frank Wickes will begin playing at 7:30 p.m. 13th Street.
ology,management of natural resources to open the Independence Day pageantry.Gene Sessions and times are as follows-
outdoor recreation and range and Ellenson, director of Gator Boosters, is master of ceremonies for the July 7 -July Id-Advanced(Age 6 to 12)-)
ology management. "speechless"program, which will start at 8:10.A military precision"flyby" opens 9 to 10 a.m. or 10 to 11 a.m. '
Graduate Dean Harry Sisler reportedt the ceremony of allegiance narrated by Dr. Stephen Saxon of the Mathematics July 21 -August 1-Beginners (3-5 years
similar changes are planned in theaster's Department will render the national anthem as the 32-foot flag is raised on the old-9) to 10 a.m. Intermediate ((6 to 12)10a.m. )
program but had not cleared all north flagpole. to U'a.m.August .
mmittees in time for the June agenda. Following a brief welcome by Executive Vice President Harold Hanson, the 4 to August 15-Advanced ((6 to
A professional degree administered bye recording group Cross Road Singers from the Church of Christ will sing three 12)-9) to 10 a.m. or 10'to 11 a.m.
College of Pharmacy was approved selections.A Red Cross water safety instructors will
signaling the clinical pharmacy portionthe Pageant of Flags featuring 57 flags and music by John Philip Sosa will be teach the sessions and all children who
M.s. program as the Doctor oftormacy presented by the U.S. Navy Marching Band and State Flag Team from Orlando.The complete the classes will receive a Red
(Pharm. D.). finale fireworks provided by WCJB-TV (Channel 20)) -is scheduled at 9:25.: Cross certificate. For information call Joe
Pharmacy Dean K.F. Finger says the University Relations Director Fred Cantrell says he believes the display,including Ball, 392-2172.
ofession of pharmacy Is re-directing its 250 more shells than were used in last New Year's spectacle in the Sugar Bowl will
ucational program toward a clinical or be the largest ever held in this area.
tient-oriented posture. "Our accrediting Elects 9 ZRSenate
eney,the American Council on Pharma-
i utical Education, has included the To Its CommitteesThe
't r1a for Pharm.D. programs in its
ost recent addition of accreditation
ndards," he said.The following were elected to University
[ new degree will not replace other Search On for Dean of ArchitectureA committees by the Senate at its June
[ster of Science degree programs in the meeting:
>liege of Pharmacy, nor will it replacee SENATE STEERING COMMITTEE-
Doctor of Philosophy degree in thelarmaceutical search committee composed of faculty Architecture, and Fine Arts into two Jeanine Webb and Robert Gaither, three-
sciences program. from the College of Architecture has,been separate colleges. The dean position had year terms; George R. Bentley, one-year
Admission to this degree program will appointed by Academic Vice-President been vacant in the combined colleges andis term filling a vacancy caused by resigna-
available to selected, qualified indivi- Robert Bryan to make recommendations being filled by ,Acting Dean Joseph tion.UNIVERSITY
als holding a B.8.1n Pharmacy from an regarding candidates for the position of Sabatella.The BUDGET COMMITTEE- .,
credited pharmacy college. Graduates Dean, College of Architecture.The search committee met in June, Charles V. Shaffer and. Gordon E. Green,
II be prepared to provide patient- search for a dean was necessitatedby received ,their: charge from Bryan and wood.
iented pharmaceutical services to the recent split of the College: of 'chose Professor Bill Eppes as chairman. ADMINISTRATIVE, COUNCIL-Nancy .
althlconsumers ambulatory and They voted to solicit criteria for the "Ideal Hess, regular, member; Winton't&wn: "':'
titdtion'settings.; .. ArchitectureT; ;>ean",,from their colleagues, Hams, alternate. ""' V .
: ** and ,Meet next week time ACADEMIC PERSONNEL BOARD.:
to at
t :, plan a as fl
,. > Deciiior ri{ Due Soon' ,. : undecided to finalize their criteria for Elizabeth and, Sandefur ;
)' ", .,r \ >. : f;. .. yet Eddy:: :Wayne i ..
.. : : selection( nationwide. ; search anticipated -
dint/; Education" Meeting' On" Bargaining; UnitThe i "' Physical' Fitness .
The group plans to submit at least three

Faculty interested in helping develop a Council of Presidents was told last names to Bryan by fall quarter. Classes for Women
mprehensive plan for adult education at week that the Public Employees Relations Serving on the committee with Eppesare
F are invited to attend: a meeting of the Commission (PERC) will likely make its James McFarlane, vice-chairman; Physical fitness classes for women'
liege of Education Committee on Edu- decision "sometime this summer," on John Sanderson, secretary; Robert Cros- faculty and staff will be offered free from
'tion on Education for.Adults from 10 which employee group or groups should land,Carl Feiss,Bert Kinzey,John McRae 7:30: to 9 Tuesday and Thursday nights, in
mto noon in Room 240 represent the State University System in and Gary Ridgdill. the Women's Gym. Exercises and equipment -
Thursday collective bargaining.If Meanwhile, a similar ,committee has work-outs will be conducted and
rman. The committee is composed of
presentatives> from various disciplines the decision is not appealed, President held several open-to-the-public( meetingsto participants should wear comfortable '.
ncerned with for adult educan Marston said the Council was told, there recommend a candidate for dean of the clothing. For information, call Chris
in Florida. planning will probably be an election this fall. College of Fine Arts. Kuhnke, Intramurals Office, 3924)581.This ) .

The University of Florida is an Equal Employm tent Opportunity/Affirmative-( Aqtiqr\ Employ er - -. . .


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UnlvetsltyDIgest. Marston Praises UF Attitude, ( .

Product .Decries;; Salary Situation Ji9 : ; .
by the Di,1rioIt o 1ftwatbnAhbdapont 4 ; < ;
Sfrvlcei to commit" *1
kite off kunotltea' 'ImpartialuifofmtiKMt -
W "ud,,,,,.ftnli)',4 The "excellent attitude" of the faculty '1.' :): '
stall tl she <,rh ftity tit Florida and student body in adjusting to financial
cutbacks was described by Dr. Robert \
Marston as the high point of his first yearas
$5,739,249A&S president of the University of Florida.
His biggest disappointment?
r No pay increases for faculty and

: Bid employees.
Building These were the principal sum-ups of
President Marston last week as he
$18 Million conducted a "year-end" press conferenceand r. J CI)
addressed the faculty Senate at its last
meeting before: the fall term ,begins. Dr. t
:. Below 'Its BudgetA Marston assumed the presidency August 1, S
1974. He will be away from campus during .
most of July., ,
I : r' low bid of$5,739,249 for construction of "We stand in the lower quarter for ''''S
Multi-Purpose Building A was submitted faculty salaries among comparable universities
4 R' Friday and UF architect'Neil Webb has ," Marston said, "and we'll
recommended that the low bidder, Drake probably fall even lower because there
Contracting Co. of Ocala be awarded the was a 5.8 per cent increase across the 8
contract. country and none in Florida."
The low bid was almost $1.8 million Marston decried the fact that "as the
lower than had been budgeted for con- leading graduate and professional univer-
struction. The highest of eight bids was sity in the eighth largest state, the
$6,536,000. The low bid included an added University of Florida has been supportedas
x alternative of $35,000 to provide'for if It were no more than a four-year continue to point out to the governor and to will spend more of his time seeking
t. opening-capability windows. President bachelor's degree-granting college Yet it the legislature that standing near I the private, foundation and grant support.
Robert Marston had insisted that every- has been expected to perform at the levelof ,bottom of the 50 states in per capita "We're in a state with more millionaires I
thing possible be done to reduce energy the leading universities of the world." support of universities is not good for the dying in it than any state in the Union,"he
consumption. As to next year, Marston said, "We will proud state of Florida." He also said he added..
The bid will have to be approved by the
Board of Regents, likely at its July 7
meeting, and then by the Department of SPECIAL SESSION FOR GENERAL PAY HIKE POSSIBLE
Administration. Webb anticipates construction -
to begin on the lot across the
street northwest from the Century Tower
by late July or early August. Pay Increases for Promoted ProfsFaculty
The five-story building, the largest
classroom building on campus except at
the Health Center, will contain offices and
classrooms principally for several de- members who received promotions was the first advice given the adn partments in the College of Arts and In rank will receive salary increases tion by the FEPG. The group was formedat
Sciences. It will have 30 classrooms beginning in September, but Just how Hanson AccepfsRecommendation the urging of President Marston so that
seating 49-45() students and three teaching much has yet to be decided. faculty members not .appointed by the
auditoriums, one seating 300 and the Executive Vice-President Harold Han- president could have quick, direct input
others, 150. son, chairman of the University budget Of into administrative decision-making.
committee, has recommended increasesof Members were appointed by the Senate
$500 per year for promotion to assistant New Faculty Steering Committee, which is elected by
professor, $700 for promotion to associate Groupline the faculty-dominated Senate.
6 New Buses Go professor and $1,000 for new professors.The "The group will not usurp duties of other

budget committee will have an committees," Hanson said, "and, as are
Into Campus Use opportunity to make its recommendationthis with state-wide policy. They will be other committees, it will be advisory only.
week. President Robert Marston.has eligible for increases up to 10 per cent. We feel that the group will be vitally
left the final decision to Hanson. All other type pay increases are prohi- important to the administration because it
WednesdaySix Hanson had originally recommended bited by the Legislature. can address itself to any and an problemsit
increases of $300, $500 and $800, but the President Robert Marston said Chancellor chooses."
newly-formed nine-member Faculty Edu- E.T. York has been told by several The groups has elected Dr. William
brand new buses will go into use on cational Policy Group (FEPG) recom- legislators that if there is an upturn in the Jones, professor of chemistry, chairman.
campus Wednesday, covering the same mended the higher figures and Hanson economy during the fiscal year, there Other members are Dr. Hattie Bessent,
area that the older models travelled. The accepted. could be a special session of the Legisla- Dr. J.D. Butterworth, Dr. David Chal-
1975 GMC air-conditioned buses, which Career Service and Administrative and ture to increase salaries of all state mers, Dr. Manning J. Dauer, Dr. Ira J.
hold 43 passengers each,are equipped with Professional employees had already been employees.The Gordon, Dr. James C. Quarles, Irene
tinted windows that provide better visi- approved for promotion pay increases in matter of faculty salary increases Thompson and Dr. Thomas D. Furman.
bility for both driver and passengers.
According to Traffic and Parking Coor-
dinator Bonnie Jones, the vehicles offer
"the maximum in comfort and conven-
ience available in mass transit. I
The buses are leased by UF from the Vacant Positions Remain FrozenExecutive
Regional Transit. System, which pur-
chased 35 of the new vehicles for use in the
Gainesville area.Because the University's Vice-president Harold Han-
quires that state
contract with the Regional Transit System son has notified deans, directors and fiscal universities end up the
requires that bus service be available to department chairmen of E&G budgets that Must Insure budget year unspent.with 2 J/2 per cent of the salary

all persons,the buses will accept a 10 cents no vacant faculty positions can be filled for Hanson said
fee, if a passenger does not have a current the next fiscal year without written UF Makes Its are identified and eliminated frozen positions
UF bus pass. All UF students, faculty and permission of the vice-president for Academic assured of so that we are
staff are eligible for bus passes, which are Affairs and that no Career Serviceor Salary LapseHanson : can begin mandatory for the lapse, recruitment
available at Traffic and Parking in Administrative and Professional posi- Service and A&P vacancies.remaining" Career
Johnson Hall tions be filled "
may "at this time. The matter of
Ms. Jones also noted ,that Plants,and, ,All positions had previously been frozen said that vice-presidents will be critical last required and lapse was more
Grounds personnel,have i been preparingfor for the fiscal year.which ended Monday'+* working with deans and directors during this year because year there is likely to continue
the buses Inthe\ past' few weeks, and Hanson said that some positions will, the next two weeks to determine any turnover The lapse has has been almost no
"" trimming trees on campus to accommo- have to remain vacant in order to cover required-lapse positions which must be In past been maintained
date their additional height. the mandatory 2 1/2 per cent salary lapse. eliminated. The State Legislature re- attrition and years unfilled mainly positions through; normal

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NOW LEASINGFOR fOR SALE' 200 W.University Ave.
NonCreditlivening FOR SALEYAMAHA 372.4106
Raised double water bed
mattress 1974 340 enduro $875 call
FALL beautiful
Classes condition.$45 dark wood from excellent Byron after 6 pm 373-7786 (o-5t-lS4-p> 1
mull Mil call 373-2585
(a.21154p 2:15 4u
S.Color TV in ) Wedding Bond & Engagement Rings 'I >N.uvREFT : : N w here sT.Ett ..a LAST DAY
every opt. Traditional rl 7:50 10:05
or Contemporary designs of 154 BoutIVARD
June 30August- .Off street parking Yard plant ale valley view trailer pork your choice.. Handmade for Individual ROUIWARD ---
Individual bedrooms \ 3301 SW archer rd. i 11B I wide variety I lOc who want the bM.Original work by the THE DAY 2:05 4:10 ':00 1:00 9:55
1 10-7
21Vnfverslty up Saturday June 28 Sunday if South' leading ArtiHs. Matter Gold
laundry facilities needed (o-lt-154-p) Smith and lapidlit Unconditional Jason Miller

of Florid Fumithod BICYClES FOR SALE I have several used Guorant.OZZIE By appointment only OFTHELOCUST In
Cat Grills I speed,3,5 and 10 speed bikes, for ale 373-3894. (a.I 81.I 5J.p: )
Division of Pool CHEAP call Bruce 373-0456 afternoon china, autumn by lenon $650 value will TIlE NICKEL
((0-41-152-p) take$300 Franciscan crystal$200\value,
Continuing trying to Mil Struck home make offer king waterbed frame DONJUD&mtRUKO
player walnut RIDE
j only 2 blocks to campus grained panel easy to hook up with your $40. 373-1604 ((0-4t.153..p) KAM ill =

list of Classes I stereo and receive fine stereo bound bill
Call 392.1704 914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224 after .. 376-7987 (p.3t-l53-p) Cinema 4 Doors open :1.2511112:30 p.m.*xc.pt

conserve your collars buy a duplex live PtAZAQ l IM p.m. Sunday and holidays
in one side and receive Income from the
othr.wayne d, mown&co., Inc.realtor N.W. 3th
377-6789 (o-37.152-p| ) 1 Mel Brooks'U 23rd BOU EVARDnd l STARTS TOMORROW
HIGH NEW 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS, New rebuilt :
; engine I tires, BARGAIN' $300 372-8408 2:00 3:55 5:55: '7:55: 9:55
or 378-8903 (o-5t-154-p) 2:4
19-foot,fiberglaued Mohawk offshore YOUNG
fishing boat with air-tuipnuon troller 7:55 FRANKENSTEIN Hie
DISCO and 35 hp soars motor. Needs tome
MON work. $550 377-6325 (o-lt.l54-p) 10:00

USD wet suit great cond. olio man'i ih PC '
ort-hairwig.call ken 377.5851 (a-2t-154-

WED pj) 2 Gene Hackman
No more laundromat RCA whirlpool +'
washers 3 cycle rum good$35. also 4 I 15
>7.75 tires on ramb wheli-good tread 2:30 FRENCH ;
$3 ea. or $10 let 378-4301 (o-2M54-p) AlSO CONNECTION wanted
3 piece sofa $80 baby carriage $50 7110
heater $10 child, 'en'sclothing, 50c each II
car Mat $7 Infant sect $2 hair dryers $5
toy organ $5 lamp $5 call 378-7706 R told
anytime (a.2t.154.p) ism
1972 Honda XL 2504000 mllei. 2 3 Roy Scheider
helmet. excellent running condition.
600 or belt offer. 373-9609 anytime ((0. 2:30

German E-154-P) Shepard-lrnh Setter puppiet JAWS:: PART 2

BAr CKI.6e Real cute) $10.Call 373-0640 Now. Both PV'
Parent. on hand 6 weeks old. (o-4t-154- 10:00

Pj) PG
Gibson. (f25 ocouttic Heel tiring' guitar w-
case. Good action, iholler heads, $175
Coll 378-1656 after n.. (o-3t-154-p) 4
FOR RENTroommate 2:15 FOUR

Cwheo wantedl own room in 2bdr 4:20
apt country village price negotiable! 7:25 MUSKETEERS
call 376-9765 or 376-6567 (b-51.152.p) 9:30

female roomate wanted to share 2 bd PG
apt $80 plus 1-3 utilities Windmeadowi
Apt.!. 375-0578 (b-3l-154-p)

Roommate Needed! Have OWN Roomin
Spacious 3-bdr Apt. Oak Foreit'
Washer&Dryer Included.Call 376-9765

female(b5MS2-p roomate) wanted, $75 mo. for HOL I IPIn Y

room with private bathrm. in new 3
bedrm. house In N.W. 1-3 utllltlet 377-
8399 con reach after 5 p m. (b-2t-154-p) .

Immaculate cottage 5 rm. NE section
quiet neighborhood married couplet
only children yet, Pets. No. $165
Mo. Coll 376-4446 Weekday 372.9701 {
after 5'30 i weekend (b-5t-l54-nc) oeDOWM
she opened th4i show for.
3 block from campus sublet 7-1-75-8-
trsJULY 30-75 and opportunity to rent in fall I br
I bo pets. &kids ok Price negotiable 373-
2814 (b-St-1S4-p)

Summer only 2 bed duplex w-carpet,air
1.1 1. cond. 3 block from U of f 125 mo. I,
utilities 100 damage dep. Call Jackie
I 3929410 (b-2l-154-p) ,
HELP Mull sublet our 2 bdrm furnished oc
/ mobile horn will pay your gal&electric =VEU BULL" A"ziThur3dap
Il deposits. tool only $110 moi. call 373-
3284 or 378-4411 1 ask for Chester Clarke
No Admission concerning Giordano Lot No. H-41
don't pall this deal upl You'll lOve
I drink show
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nice, oir-conollloned furnished, 2 ROOMMATE one tor $92.75 mo.
BR mobile, home" located close to plus).3 wtil; two for 4700 mo plus',. rt
campus $135 mo. $SO deposit, 3776325 utilities call donno J78-0622ofter 5:30: pm
.. :" (lt-154-p) or 392 2995 days (c.5I.151.p)

.t.-- :;. .A.-,..:j.;' "B"I O'- Nice 2 bdrm opt for mature r..pon'lbr. Roommate needed for fur,. 2 bdrm. opt
: '" adults very close lo campus 627 SW 12 close to campus a.c, pool. $". per mo. D 66/M1Y
Si. call 373-2087 for appointment No to lease July t Aug. 376-2402 (c.41 I.I 152P .
P'am pets Portly furn,sh.d. (b.2t-I 154.p) ) -

Roommate $5000 o month'' Summit GOLD 4 SILVER Top price paid for class
c ndrs House own room near pool, surrounding rings.old jewelry..c..confld.ntal, !, Coll Custom, framing
woods Immediate occupancy Call 378- OZZIi 373.3894 (e.I8t.153.p)
3227 Summ.r only (b.2t.154.p) '
Roomate!! for summer qtr only Own afford
Tomorrow Nile toomoie wonted own room In Ig 3 bdrm room in 3 bdr house $75 or negotiable at'priCes' you can
house close to campus central air $95 Call 378-9882 ask for Saul or Bob. After
The Acoustic Sound of mo.. + 1-3 utll! 378.8488 or 373-3113 (b- Sp m. (c.2t.153.p) Bring your art work h
21, 154-p)
BILL SNYDER Female' roommate wanted: summer
Sublet! Aug. 31 May renew in Sept
Qtr. to occupy 1 rm In 2 bedrm apt 1 for FREE ESTIMATE
on.block to $110 mo. 303 NW
campus i
DERAND blk from Tlgert *80 mon + 2
17th St. Apt 17 or call 372-2595 leave
utilities 37787M Jacqul or Ilene
message for kor n (b.2t.154-p) .
(the only man in captivity to I (c St 150 p) .._ PRINTS POSTERS ART CARDS .
whistle in 2 part harmony.) FENCED YARD WASHER.DRYER PETS HELP WANTEDVolunteers
WELCOME $80 3"-5325 (b3ll53p) 10% off on aluminum molding with this ad
Poetry reading, cheese, needed for medical
female' roommate wanted: Own
reseorch Possibility of earning up to
bread, fruit beer, wine. bedroom at Oak Forest Townhouse $150. If Interested please come to Room
\ apt Va utilities, rent $110 per M.438, The Med.Science Bldg. Strands
month Call. Donna at 3789285 Hospital between 9 and 12 and 1 and 3W.dn.adov
2300 NW 6 St. anytime (b St 150 p) July 2nd. (e.It.154-
Two bedroom house on E. Unlv Ave ART, ART ED. female over 21 with auto
377-9890 Pets OK 125 peR month Call 377.1031 for port time ART LETTERING lob 25 hours GOOD MAINTENANCEIS
and 377-8153 (b.21154-p) per week In afternoons Must have had
1 or 2 rooms In 3 bdr.trailer, $SO o month experience or Art t Uttering course
no lease-only last month also- pool, Apply at 1226 B S. Main si. 12.5 pm. (e-
laundry, stereo, etc good location 41-154-p) A ANE ART
call 372-6525 (b.fr.154-pd) COUNSELORS FOR THE RAPUTIC DAY

Need liberal female lo share two CAMP. July 7-Aug. 1 1. Growth, $100 fun.
bedroom house seven miles, from UF $75 call Dr. Anderson 964-8382 Storke (e 2t-
monthly cheap utilities, move In July 1 154-p) .ct CRAFTSMEN
call Elaine 378--471 (b-3t-153.p) EARN $3.00 for 1 hour time Mole and OUR
t. roommate wanted for air-condtion, 2. female participants wonted for study of '
bedroom mobile home near campus. Interpersonal perceptual accuracy Call 4
furnished with color tv. call ed 376-2872 392-1038 between 7 and 10 p.m. June : [PERFORM PROMPT
after 10pm or early morning' (31153- 30-July 3, for appointment (e 21.154p) ,

Own room In great 2 bedrm opt. Ideal AUTOS COMPETENT

location-one, block lo Tigert. For summer 1968 Dodge Charger 383, a c, power
option fall $60 month Unsloppy, steering, automatic, radio, topedeck,
I' easygoing persolity 377-8865 (b.3t. good tires, excellent, condition $1400
fill' 153-p) 378-3674 after 7 pm ((0-51.I 154-p) SERVICE
I Sublet luxurious Gatorwood apt.No. ,i a
1 1 I 1102 summer Immediate occupancy PERSONALKARATE

$40 mo. off rent ac car LESSONS da,
1 peted furnished pool tennis. court Small classes $25 per mon FOR
call Ira at 392.2571 or 373 3883. or. 1215 NW 5th Av. (off 13th 51)) Mon thru i
contact Gatorwood office (b St 150p .
Sot even 7 to 9 378-7131 (I I7t 154-p)

) EARN $3.00 for 1 hour lime male and MOTOROLAPAGERS
Two bedroom house on E. Un Iv. Ave female participant wanted for study of .
Pets OK $125 per month Coll 377-8153 interpersonal perceptual accuracy call
or 3761031. (b.2t.154.p)
392.1038 between 7 and 10 p.m., June
inn. rooms for rent close lo campus nice yord 30-July 3, for appointment (j-2t-154-p)
quiet prefer mature students call 373- DON'T SMOKE YOUR HEALTH AWAYI
G191zza 2087 renting now for summer or fall also Self hypnosis sure to Hop you. late
buy any studio, for rent (b5t52p! ) weight loo Private oppt Theodore Reiu,

pizza room in large comfortable house o-c |July 372-7008 after 5 pm (|-51.154.p)

t receive t august only no deposits we own a ski Bookpocks, hiking shorts, ponchos, Southern Communications
one pizza of the next smaller bootl! Ue 377-1597,1004sw.6th one (b. whiteitog speedo swim suits, bugproof
size with equal number of 51 152-p) tentt Allan Aquatic' S Trail, Center
ingredients FREE!One 3448 W. Univ 373-9233 (|fr152c) Service Inc.
coupon per visit please. WANTED
learn Karate qualified instructor ages ,
-I/NMw WeM
.ra.Na aMw 1 N 1 to rMsea roommate needed! own rm. In 2 bdrm mole + female new close starts lOon
}.M. :: J Iw :: :: opt.$75 8 futilities for July t Aug. One $10 a month for registration + further Service
Portable Center
seers Mw .
-- I w ,It .r I Ni1.Nrr block from campus Call Chorlene at Info Howard 373.8252 (I 41-152 p)
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373-7436 (c31.154p) COED facial hair removed
1st I w N NIN
.to ....N. .OO One male roomote needed Hove own Coll Edmund Dwyer 2834 N.E. 19th Drive PHONE: 3730780
to '" .oo
,to '" ... .. room In a four bedroom apt In the electrologist over 20 yean experience
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--.--- ,.. ,. .. .. village. apt has many extra Including Call 372.8039 (|-ff.152-c) i
_a_ ,w r r .r se wIY. $4000) dollars In stereo Ph. 373-6345 (cJH54P -
..r y.ra ... Ir sew .w Wedding Invitations from $1140 1 per
,..__. .. II .. .to ) 100. Two week delivery Hundreds of
PLUS MANY MOREI One or two female roomates needed! lo styles Cliff Hall Printing. 1103 N. Main
carry out orders 10 cents entro hare two room opt. option for fall near 376-9951. (|j. 152-c) SUMMERSALE
per boaValid med ctr Summit House opts call fowl)
377-8406 II .5l 154 SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair styleto
7.1 thrv 7." morclo (c -p)
suit your personality 377-2643 716 W
tale Grad Stu to shore 2 bdr. apt University Ave (H i.fr.I 153-c)
Piccadilly $105 + util Poolside,
beautiful 378-2844 or 372-9805(e.3!-154Pj -
., 316 SW 16th Ave. 3164521O )
Own room in two bdrm trailer 62.50 plus found parakeet behind norman hall call
to utilities. close lo campus call 373-2684 joel 372-3099 (I-31-154.p)

O (c-5t-1S4-p) Clean/ Is lost male shepherd block while
oomate wanted for 3 br House 46.66 silver markings I 1Vt yrs old call 373-9260
mo. + 1-3 utll Come by 3154 NW 10 St. Reword (I.41.154-p)
call 376-4759 oak for bob .It.154. .
or (c p) lOST DOG: cm, city area; tan gold-collie
roommate for 2 brl'/i both In the pines sheppard mm, ; no toil; answers. to
pools tennis court etc$105 month and V> samson', needs medication: REWARD. Golf Shirts
utilities, call dennis at 373-7777 (c-51-154Pj toll! !!3734)960?. ) or 378-3077 (I-3t.153-p)

Mole) Roommate needed for furn 2 SERVICESSCUBA Sods & Fancies

REPORTERSWANTED bdrm. apt. close to campus oc, pool. Clo n starting all equipmentinclu
$177. per mo. to lease July t Aug. 376- ding ma sk, fins, norkel', BC and and
402! (c.5t.152-p) wet suit" all air, book and In- Polyester
Female roommate wanted for great 2 br. ternalioi.ol I PADI! certification, Total I
house in N E. grod or SR. pref clean price $43 no extra*. Call 3778096 cotton mixtures
non.smoker. $90 mo. + '/> utilities, 377. SCUBA DYNAMICS EXOTIC SPORTS (m.
8423 evenings (e:It.154-p) 21-I 54-p)

by The Independent Florida Alligator Serendipity $590Two

Below Average SUMMER for '10.00 iii

People who want to write for Prices ,

Handmade Jewelry i EMPLOYMENT

Unusual Items Sandals
Gainesville's morning newspaper are GAINESVILLE BRANCHOF Slap $3.

& andicrafts NATIONAL FIRM

being sought immediately by t: HAS SEVERAL

.,. SUMMER POSITIONS Tube Socks $1.


The Alligator.. Interested :applicants: COMPETETIVE ALERT :

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should come to the rear of the M' APPOINTMENT CALL

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Charlie's Chicken
tutoring. Photography t II Is
4PM.10PMCHICKEN Experienced w.children 1 odultt $4 $3 delivering.
per hour Background alto in tech® .. ".'rNNG
FRENCH FRIES translating 377-4877 (m.5t..p)
Mr;A T.DA T Preparatory course materlali, 371-0700
COLE SLAW ROLLS tests,qualified Inttructior' Be ready for JI N.Main
NOW LEASINGFOR September' test Call 376-VS2(m-8I.54-' u
P]) t
rfflEEREFILLSONALLDRIWKSFOR FALL ypunchingih' rny home Fast accurate.CMe '"rw
'2.11DELIVERY day lemce in most cotei Call .7;!. Jonlar' Associates
Color TV in 1060 local) !i!n20rJ37-pi:! !-._. 31 N.Main St. S
g every opt.
SLEEPY riding
.Off 372-6511
trot parking academy t boarding ilabletPro'eitlonal .
Individual bedrooms j huniteot Inilrucllonbeglnnert See us for. your printing needs!
Laundry facilities advanced excellent Resumes Brochure*'Newsletters 377-0992-1062
eFumished boarding stalls' w. posture 373-1039,
466-3224 (m-lSl-154-p' )
Gas Grill
Pool ICU ba equipment provided. 4
377-0901 water dlvei Fun, safe cia open..... YOUR DOLLARS
1002 j only 2 blocks to campus So less Service. Repo"In e Air Tom
luNLlMITlD Allen Co-h oil of Wild Kingdom.Alia n't
1805 S.W.I 3th Aqua tie & Trail Center Inc. 3448 W.
1914 SW 8th Av.. 378-72248 Unlv 3739233 (m-fr.)154-c) ARE SHRINKING !

Bindery unique service thesis journoll
and book personally named call
ENGLISH library and BINDERY for free
..tlmat..373-865-6 (m-l9t-152p)
RESERVED parking and waxing ipeclal f
full month 15.00 all day 7}centt let UI
make your car shine for $10.SO and up
Compounding (m-5>-l38-p)
Horses Boarded dressage ringl.lumpl'lorge I' ,
/ .l cool. lIon..v.... close to wildlife"' EES '" 4
preierve friendly and quiet-SSOmo.481. I ; ..'">4
2026 m'Ch.more! (201-143-p' ) J ".
Donald G.Pratt Director 373OOS9. (m-fr- FOLKS... .Inflation is continually eroding away the buying ,
Shoat Exellence 1431) power of your dollars. The U.S.Deportment of Labor has told't
0'd HORSES BOARDED: Little us that the inflation rate for 1974 was 12.2 per cent. Thli4
Prairie Ranch. Best feed&care All means that In 1974 your money had to earn 12.2 per cent for-
facilities. 6 mi. from UF Roomy
stalls '75, pasture 125. 376-471* you- |lust to break even I Real Estate U the best hedge
kp trying (m.5t.m.p) against inflation. Carefully chosen real estate continues to
WIRED FOR SIGHT increase in value at a rate that exceeds inflation and I is
"The Eyeglass Super Mart" therefore one of the best ways to protect your capital.
: ', m SW 4th Av. 378-44W)
o (m-ir-1S2.c) Wayne D. Mason has been investing money for people
locally in real estate for the post 12 years. Let him introduce
TYPING SERVO Any material.Del|very. you to group Investing or, if you prefer, to individual In.
Font,accurate Call 4622739. (m-2i-15J-I I vesting. The time to do something I Is NOW I Iij

's l Unr Wayne D. Mason & Company, Inc.

I L: 901 N.W. 8th Avenue, Suite A-1
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ALLIGATOR SERVICESThe weekend in Columbus, Ohio. last October' on the same he ever took up golf in the
Junior Phil Hancock who course in the Buckeye first place. '"
G ator golf team finisheda was runner-up to Wake Classic. But try as they might
disappointing tenth, 50 Forest's Curtis Strange last they couldn't equal that The same thoughts might
strokes behind the winning year was the only bright spot performance last weekend, as have been going through
Wake Forest team in the for UF. He was tied for thirdin bogeys and bad circumstances Craig Carson's head. The
NCAA golf tournament last the individual rankings plagued the Ohio State junior was leadingin
Saturday but bogeyed four golfers.IT the first rounds when he
straight holes Sunday and Kt,
squatted down to see where a S
; -.iiii'! dropped to seventh. BEGAN when their shot had gone. Rniiihl! A IL
THE INDIVIDUAL title plane skidded into a fence at fourteen inch slit opened up
was won by Wake Forest's Jay the end of the runway comingin. in the seat of his pants.
Haas in 282 strokes over four No one was hurt but it was
Amazingly enough, someone .
an omen of disappointmentsto '
rounds. Strange'was third, Even when had had the foresight to bringa ,: ': 4

and fourth teammate as Wake Bob Bymanwas Forest Andy come.Bean posted slumping a pretty string of gold safety pins to -: ;.;,., (\ "
R the fairways for just such an '
dominated the monster Ohio good 71 in the final round, he ,
-M 9 9M State "Scarlet" had to overcome frustrationsthat occasion. Carson got some ,
University '
would cause normal new pants at the fifteenth
golf course. hole, but dropped from the
golfers to wrap their nine- \
The Gators fell sixteen irons around the nearest dog top three in the later rounds. I .

strokes behind at the end of leg tree. The Deacon's four day total
Friday's second round it of 1156 strokes was 33 better
was just too much to make Bean's putter broke on than runner-up Oklahoma.The .
up., Andy Bean, usually' a Wednesday. It was repairedand widest previous marginwas
Gator stalwart had an back in use on Thursday, 13 strokes in 1973.
especially frustrating time on but his putting was still in the ,
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the tricky course. shop. He continually three- Southeastern Conference
The Gators had come back putted the baffling greens or .rival Alabama tied with '
I PHIL HANCOCK 1968. 1973. BUT NOT IN 75
from a twelve shot deficit to else he would find himself Southern Cal for third place
.finished seventh Coach Bishop waits for next season
win by an comfortable margin behind a tree wondering why with 1190 total.

I.Friday's. ,. Big- Q paid. two grand- at Ocala Fronton

Editor's note Jack's Jal-AUI column will be a weekly! Saturday night was different, just not your ordinary Jai-
feature of The Alligator and will continue throughout the Alai evening, with mixed teams and funky numbers which JACK DIAMOND A
Summer quarter. kept the crowd restless. Action got off to a'late start with well
.As Jai-Alai moves into its third big week many students are known players under and over serv ng. Leave it to Eusebio LTJAI ALITES J
finding it easier to win big'bucks at the fast action sport. and Sebastian to get things under way as the two power
Early games are slow, and most people don't like to wager on packed players tried to hold Bascaran and Zulaica II. games three and four, and later in games eleven and twelve.
players who are warming up. It is even more unfortunate to BASCARAN THREW a shot to the wall so hard its sound The big secret to winning (as told by that mysterious voice
think that some players never warm up,but this is another echoed through the fronton, and Sebastian left the court, a from the back) is to pick any four numbers and play them for
matter. tired unhappy man. Arri and Asis II returned to the court, the rest of your life. Even Jimmy the Greek will tell you that
Action started in game three Friday night when Joaquin the crowd shouting"C'mon One". Arri served to Hernandezwho the odds on winning are. phenomenal, if not substantially
threw a chula from the front to add another point to his immediately caught and returned the pelota. Asis II and greater than not wagering at all. Saturday's Early "Big Q"
team's already two point lead. Like a clap of thunder the Cruz battled it out, but Cruz has much to learn. payoff of $1544.50. For two bucks, what have you got to
rock-hard pelota flies to Joaquin's cesta only to be returned as Echeva and Mondra (the two let-down brothers) appearedon lose?
a carom shot that leads his team to victory. the court. Mondra hurled the ball at speeds of up to 150 It becomes evident that the more you frequent the Jai-Alai
LATER IN THE night, Guerrica, the backcourt man with mph yet lightning fast Asis returned it. Mondra threw again,. fronton,the easier it is to win. But lately the teams are mixed
amazing strength leaped high into the air to receive a hard this time, hitting the wood as the announcer tolled "one is the up so be careful to examine each players partner before
4' throw by Salazar. Salazar picked up the speeding rebote hut winner" ending the "Big Q." making your wager. Another good hint is to watch the players
his partner Lecue could not stand the strain of this hot game. Most people are more or less terrified of the "Big Q", yet during the warm-up.
Durango comes running from the center of the 176 ft. winning it is definitely easier than the average person thinks. This is usually a good? indication of how a player will do
court, pointing and yelling directions to his partner Aram- For a simple two dollar wager, several people cashed in on during the first few games. The deep voice from the back.says
barri, and together they take the game. This is definitely one Fridays "Big Q" pay-off of $2060.00. next weekend's lucky Gainesville numbers are l 1-2-6-8 and
hot team to watch as well as wager on. THE OBJECT is to pick two consecutive. Ouinielas in Guerrica is a sure bet in the second half.

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Somebody must have been
TODAY ONLY! watching UF tennis Bill team.Potter and his

Despite finishing out of the
FederalCR Jensen Top 10- 12th to be exact
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FOR For the veteran coach, it
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NOW $16.95Get acheivement: in a year whichsaw thought we did well" he
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Bently, All was more of an "unexpected "highest of anybody in the
EarthAmplifiers C30Blank Guitar honor" Potter said. "It's the South except Miami (run-
Rangerand biggest thrill I've had in a nerup to champion UCLA)."
while. The players and the "I think we're getting
Straps people who support our closer to the nation's better
Harmony Guitars program are responsible." teams,and I think the team's
Potter said that despite getting some recognition
List 79'NOW falling short of the goal of nationally," he said. And so,
40 % cracking the Top 10. he was he neglected to add, is their
1 / OFF not disappointed In the coach.

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PRICE University of Miami athletic department has finally
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athletic departments across the state.
Like all UM departments,the athletic department cut three
WE SERVICE Alt Sol*Itor"s limited to percent of their 1974-75 budget and Director Pete Elliot said
WHAfWE stock on hand another 4.8 per cent will be cut from the new fiscal year
SELL starting July I 1.
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