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ing issues MondayBy Welcome to


KEVIN BLOOM sum funding to the Educational and GATOR COUNTRY !_ !
Alligator Staff Writer ,General budget.If .
approved, Chandler said the Board
The Board of Regents will convene in "more than likely" will set guidelines and
Jacksonville Monday to consider a limitations for the allocations. here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:
proposal requesting additional bonding UF's portion of the $250 millionwill While you are located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We
issues for non-academic buildings in the be approximately $64.2 million, STOP: and BOOKSTORE-
State University System. Chandler said. are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you,

The regents facilities committee will THE BOARD must formally approve the student.
propose a resolution to the board allocations from the legislature ap-
requesting state agencies to issue ad- propriated last spring. .
ditional university system ImprovementBonds. "High up on the regents'list of prioritieswill .... Ire ,
be the allocation of$1.8 million to the / :;:<, ,'
THE REVENUE bonds if approved will SUS for financial aid," Chandler said. _: ', I'' '". ':
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Hendrix Chandler, regents corporate according to Chandler, will be to meet the : .
secretary. states commitment to equal right to :
Thesaleof bonds to the public will provide education in the face of rising tuition and
additional funding for the university "to assist mandatory federal guidelines for
system to build mass seating facilities. racial balance."
The bonds are sold*to the publicas INHERENT In the measure will be new ...
a form of investment, stipulating how criteria for financial assistance he said.
much per year will be repaid and how Tenure recommendations for Instructors -
much interest will be accrued.: at UF, the University of North
CHANDLER said the regents will also Florida and Florida A & M also will be
be asked to approve$250 million in lump- considered for approval.


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in. THE SENATE has to approve all GYM OUTFITS SUPPLIES
The Activity and Service Fee Advisory allocations made by ASF AC. SWEATSHIRTS: ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIES
Committee ((ASFAC) voted not to fund a Other recommendations were: DRUGS &; SUNDRIESCOMPIEIEUNEOF WRITING EQUIPMENT
$4,762 wrestling mat for the Athletic $13SOOfor Student Nighttime Auxiliary GENERAL. STUDY LAMPS
Association but voted for a pair of SI 1,000 Patrol. SJLTHJES FOR YOUR PERSONAL COLLEGE SEAL PENNANTS AND
squash courts.. $10,895 for Florida Players NEEDS DBCALS
ASFAC HAS approximately $121,000 in $9,970 for Florida Quarterly, the UF
student fees remaining to disperse among literary magazine.
organizations and for programs.The $5,000 for Student Government
largest allocation$16.000.went to the Productions.
Athletic Association' for a women's tennis $4,500 for a "Student Survival Hand
dressing room. The smallest.5600.wu for an book," a student orientation booklet. i
Alcohol Abuse Program at Student Health $948 for extended pool hours. i
Services. ASFAC distributed $84,093 of the total POPULAR READING BOOKS 1Et
The committee was divided on whether to $121,000 to be later approved by the Senate. t
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Florida State UniversityFSU surplus generated by greater- the state bond chancellor's .
( ) are investigating the than-expected tuition office in Tallahassee Tuesdayto Freshman
possibility of repaying payments to non-academic obtain documents per- comprehensive course books ", ,
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bonds early to reduce tuition, sities. retirement of the bonds.
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according to FSU Student SUS Chancellor E.T. York. jfc of writing up
Body President Apolo Visko.A said Sunday a Regents "We're trying to determineif scholarships, books and suppTl i oth areas
Council of Presidents committee has been formed to the bonds can be retired and 2 are textbook information Wrs,
meeting in Tallahassee last investigate the possibility of early to reduce tuition rates," I Q 1 Textbooks line the wall arouiuTNhe perimeter

week unanimously approved a retiring the bonds early. Visko said. of the textbook area. They are set up aT>; jbeticaly!
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The Student Government Activity and. Service Fee Com-

I mittee voted Tuesday to allocate 'funds to'extend Broward

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j The pool is currently open from noon to 6 p.m.

THE ALLOCATION which must be approved by the
Student Senate at its next meeting will total 5948. accordingto
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'J proposal was a result of the efforts of Hal Barcey. a

-4 1'n t; Broward area night security guard. Barcey was obligated to'
I enforce the rule against swimming in the pool after hours.
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f t those students living in Yulee and Broward Halls neitherof

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III by a lack of funds to pay life guards.

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q =.rw,a,,"ss.*.. the operation and maintanence of on-campus pools the
original plan had been for SG to foot half of the bill.

"FIVE YEARS 'AGO, when the pools were built it was

I agreed that Housing would pay for construction of. the pools

7I7 and SG would subsidize maintenance and upkeep;: Ball said.

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By KEITH MOVER would allow only a small amount of people to KEITH MOYER suitable because of the noise level. He said
Alligator Staff Writer < attend. Alligator Staff Writer the 20-year old air conditioners usually fail to
WEINER ADDED that the Florida Gym work and force classes to compete with noise
Members of the UF community are was not available for use anytime Accent Crowded classrooms and tub-standard from the street below and the drill field across
"culturally deprived" for lack of a mass needed it. He said that Accent must compete building conditions serve as continual the street.
seating facility, according to Dr. Kenneth F. with other organizations, such as SG reminders of the need for new College of IN THE Journalism School Building spare
Finger, chairman of the ad hoc committee Productions, for use of the gym.In Education and Journalism uildings.Dr. desks are heaped into piles in the corners of
studying the matter.A a report released June\ 24: the committee Robert 0. Stripling, chairman of the, various classrooms. One classroom also
report issued by the committee revealed recommended that UF proceed to plan and Building Committee of the College of serves as a storeroom for boxes of
that on the basis of enrollment, UF has the construct a University Activity Center con Education said "We have some of the most mimeograph and typing paper. In numerous
worst mass-seating facility situation in" the ,sistlng of a mass seating facility, a theater for deteriorated conditions around.. places loose wires hang from exposed electrical
Southeastern Conference (SEC). the performing arts and a natatorium for "OUR CRITICAL problem is being outlets.
Dr. Manning Dauer, chairman' of the swimming.The overcrowded," he said. Stripling said the College of Education
political science department and also a committee also recommended in their Associate Dean of Education E.L. occupies only 38 per cent of the space that the
member of the ad hoc committee agreed, report "that the mass seating facility include: Williams agreed, "Our enrollment exceedsour college's enrollment generates under the
saying "In terms of SEC facilities we have a basketball court, an indoor banked track or space so greatly that it makes it very Board of Regents building formula.
very poor performing arts, swimming and provisions for an indoor track, intramural difficult to operate." Stripling also said the college has only 11
athletic facilities." facilities consistent with the needs of the In fact, The College of Education's accreditation per cent of the library space it deserves and
DAUER SAID he felt that women's sports student body." rests on their plans to construct a less than 10 percent of its generated research
should be kept in mind during the planning of The ad hoc committee, whose memberswere new building to alleviate the overcrowding space.
the facility, explaining that women's sportsare appointed by UF President Robert Q. problem, Williams said. WILLIAMS and Stripling agreed that the
on the upswing and ample locker room Marston, wu compdsed of members of the DEAN OF THE College of Journalism and limited library and research space make it
space for women should be included. student body, faculty, administration, the Communications, John Paul Jones cited difficult to adequately run graduate and
Steve Weiner, chairman of Accent '75, said performing arts, and athletics. similar reasons. research
that he and Accent are strongly in favor of a THE COMMITTEE was assigned to study "Our main reason for a new building is a Nevertheless programs., officials at both schools are
mass seating facility. the "progamatic scope" of a mass seating lack of space for the enrollment we have," optimistic that their new buildings will soon
"There's not a school in the country that facility, assess its costs and suggest possible Jones said. realize some financial backing.
needs it more than here" Weiner said. locations for the facility. =: We need updated quarters if we're going The College of Journalism has received
Weiner said the Accent cannot sign a lot of The committee's total estimated cost for to stay in touch with the times," he said. approximately SI.6 million in private!
people to speak because UF's poor facilities the project was $21.4 million. Jones also said the space currently being donations and both. colleges hope to get
used for journalism purposes beneath the financing in the near future from the BOR to
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I UF in need of 27.2 million for academic buildings I IBy



KEITH MOVER nine universities according to each schools individual building
Alligator Staff Writer needs. surplus student building funds also could be used for
Even though UF planners are looking ahead, to a S21 UF Executive Vice-President Harold Hanson said UF academic buildings. However State University System
million mass-seating facility, they still need nearly S27.2 officials are hoping for "more than our fraction", but indicated Chancellor E.T. York and McGriff have recently indicated
million for new buildings for the Colleges of Education, they would be glad to take whatever they were given. their for opinion that the student surplus money should be used
College 'of Journalism and Communications and other HANSON ALSO SAID he anticipated getting "serious student-related non academic buildings only.
priority projects. planning money" for new education and journalism building '. FIRE CODE corrections in various buildings and dormitories
Neil Webb, of UF's Planning and Analysis Division, said and renovations in Bryan Hall. a chiller (conditioning) unit for Walker HaH;
UF is in line for a fraction of $26 million in utility tax bonds Webb said at the moment UF's fraction of the $26 million auditorium additions, at the J. Hiljs J
allocated this spring by the Florida Legislature to the Board in state money was'the only source. of building money. He Miller Health Center, a Horticulture Science' building the
of Regents for building projects. said private sources were another possible source and indicated Basic Science Unit building for the new College 1! :
NEITHER WEBB or Gainesville Regent J McGriff had that the College of'Journalism has received nearly veterinary Medicine and a general purpose building"BUF5 C
any idea as to how much of the $26 million UF would receive, $1.6 million in private donations. other Priority projects.
McGriff said the money would be divided among the states Webb said the $14 million that UF may receive from McGriff said the Regents may decide how the utility bond
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By JOSE SARIEGO Mosely came to Gainesville 50 years ago
Alligator Staff Writer from Macon, Ga. and bought his house in
)J946. '" 'i
James Mosley sits on his rotting porch He worked as a construction worker until
with flies buzzing around his head and waits
1959, helping to build Alachua General JAMES MOSLEY "
for his time to come. and P.K. Yonge High School. He
Hospital A" J
is 75 blind, and lives in blind, alone ,
Mosley a lost his job that year and has not been em
dilapidated house at 405 S.E. 12 St. ployed since he does 11
"I DON'T HAVE no plans for the future," IN 1961, he lost sight in his left eye in an the best 4
he said. "I'll just try to live as long as I can accident. In 1972, he began to lose sight in his he can
and die when it comes." right eye. Despite two operations at the J.
The screens on the front porch where he sits Hillis Miller Health Center, his right eye is .
all day are torn and the door hangs on one now totally blind. ,
hinge. The porch floor is cracked and rotten. Mosley said he was convicted of murder in
The inside ,ot the house 'is as clean as a 1932, spent eight months in Raiford State
blind man can keep a house, but the structureis Correctional .Institution, then'six years on a
falling apart. road gang before he received a pardon from
THE CEILING PLASTER is cracked and Gov. Fred P. Cone for good behavior.
falling. Holes in the walls throughout the They said I shot a woman," he said. "I. was
house leading to the outside are stuffed with drunk when they found me. I don't: know to ..\,,
aluminum toil to keep the weather out. this day if I shot her.But I know I had a gun
There are large holes in the kitchen wall in my pocket."
below the sink where the pipes lead to the HIS WIFE DIED in 1968 after 41 years of
outside. The floor below the sink is rotted and marriage and his son left in 1974 to live on his
split.The own. Mosley has been alone ever since.
bathroom door is cracked, with holes But he is not complaining. He takes care of photo by joe skipper
through which the outside can be seen. himself, does his own cooking and gets
BARE BULBS provide the only light. The around by taxi. The only help he receives is somewhere to stay. When you got your own, Avenue were the only two paved roadshe said.
one in the bathroom has a cracked socket and from a woman who comes once a week to do you don't have to worry." Mosley says he would accept help from the
the cord is frayed and exposed. his washing."I Mosley said he grew up in a log cabin his city if he could get it.
Mosley owns the house, but he is unable to get along all right," he said. "I'm grandfather built. "I'M WAITING for help because I need a
make repairs because of his disability, and satisfied. All the neighbors know me. As longas "We didn't have no money, but we always good house" he said. "But you see, I can't
because he cannot afford to on his $149 a I'm able and can get around. I'm okay. had plenty of food to eat," he said. "I cut take care of it myself because I'm blind."
month Social Security check When I get to the point where I can't get wood for 75 cents a cord.Thenl go kill myselfa Of modern youths, Mosley said, "They'renot
"Iii I could see, I'd do the work myself," he around, I'll go into the hospital." rabbit for food. living the days out, they're running them
said. "I've done this work before." He said he does not want to sell his house HE HAS experienced a lot of changes since out," he said. "If you take your time, you'll
"I USED TO BE a good man" he said. because there is more security in a place of his he moved to Gainesville."All live a long time.
"Now I can hardly pick up a shovel. Alii I can this was woods when I first came "Man takes too much on himself," he
do is look to the Social Security and the own."I DON'T WANT to sell it because I wantto here," Mosley said.Cobblestoned added. "It's like a car. If you run it hard all
government to help me." stay here," he said. "I'd like to have Main Street and University the time, you wear the motor out."
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For most Gainesville residents, the housing issue died when
the housing code was adopted and the inspection program ,
begun.
"THERE IS a myth among many people that you can make
people up-grade housing," Gainesville Commissioner Russell t'
Ramsey said.Annette '
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with newspaper to keep the rain out in the ceiling above her I".
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shocking, even to her is her bathroom.
THE TOILET SEAT, cracked and green with mildew, ')o1.r .
hangs from one support. The toilet itself has caked human

feces on the inside of the bowl. The floor is wet, dirty and -_. <-.....- .
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tiny four inch square window on the north wall lets in all I
the ventilation and light. The overhead bulb does not work. tenants seek improvements though financially burdened

The bathtub, as they say in the car commercials, is the house, you'd have a lot of people out on the street with no housing is a rent hike if the landlord is forced to make
"clincher." housing available," Stephan Mickle, housing board member. repairs. '
An old-fashioned tub with legs, it was plugged up for said.THERE "A LANDLORD if you force repairs can jack the rent up
months before complaints brought housing inspectors out to ARE currently 585 public housing units in the city and force the people out on the street" Ramsey said.
order it drained.IN and 788 units which are rent supplement developments In most cases where major violations are repaired, the rent
THE TIME before it was drained, the tub filled almostto subsidized by the city. invariably rises, Chief Housing Inspector John Howze said.
the brim with dirty bathwater. The water .left a film of But the Housing Authority, which is responsible r for public "IF it's not profitable for the landlord to fix up the house,
brown filth almost an inch thick lining the bottom of the tub. housing in Gainesville; reports a waiting list of 1,539 for he's not going to fix it," Mickle said.
The filth is so thick it has begun to crack. and peel from public and subsidized housing. J.H. Hansford owns two houses which have been ordered
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drying out.Bivins "Those people in those :shacks cannot afford other vacated, because of the numerous violations which have not
knows why the tenants do not complain about housing," Mickle said. "There's no place for them to go. If been corrected. One is the Bivins apartment. He claims he is
conditions. She only pays $9 a week from her Sill welfare you put them out on the street, what have you really accomplished complying with the code.
check for the apartment. !? "I always comply with the housing code," he said. "As far
"Lots of them (the tenants) stay up here and don't say "Maybe that means the city should build more public as I know, I don't even have any violations."
nothing because of the rent," she said. "Some people been housing," he said. "I'm not sure that's the way to go." HANSFORD SAID he considers the code an. infringementon
living here all their lives." MICKLE said that in public housing developments such as his rights.
THE APARTMENT has been condemned by the city Gardenia Gardens and Kennedy Homes, the high con- "It's just another example of government interference in
housing division chiefly.because of the bathroom, but with centration of lower income people living together causes an private business," he said. "It's just harassment by the
nowhere to go, Bivins continues to live there in violation the increase in the crime rate and other social problems. government." .
law. LOTTIE WALTON lives in a house at 38 N.W. 9th St. "We maintain the houses and they're (the tenants) very \0
"We quickly discovered that while the code granted which is in the process of being condemned. satisfied with them for the rent they pay," he said. "It's the
authority to condemn a house, the people in the condemned Walton estimates her age at about 85. She is blind and best I can do at this point in time."
house had nowhere to go" Carl Opp, UF off-campus housing totally dependent on her friend Annie Caldwell. THE CITY has few sanctions against landlords who do not
supervisor and one of the. people who helped draft the code, SHE SAID she did not know where she would go if the comply with the code. The city may take a lien on a condemned
said. .house is condemned because "I don't have no people here." house and demolish it at the owner's expense, but it
RELOCATING displaced tenants became a majot problem "I hope they don't condemn it because 111 die," she said cannot force compliance on the landlord.
almost immediately. softly. "You hear a lot of reform talk saying, 'let's send the landlordto
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When Krakatoa, the volcano near the Island of

Java, erupted in 1883, it was one of the most 0

catastrophic events in recorded history.

Tidal waves killed 35,000, people, the explosionwas l"*4 Yf4, I
heard in Japan, and debris was scattered as a .I

far as Madagascar, off east Africa. JCitizens'
The sudden eruption of 27,800 students into

Gainesville at the beginning of last fall quarter was

hardly as spectular as Krakatoa, but it was by no

means insignificant in its impact on this town.

The entire front page of our first issue that fall

was devoted to the "housing crunch" in l

Gainesville. On campus it was standing room only,

as students were stacked up in dorm lounges.Off .

campus it was even worse.
Off Campus Housing handled about 70 per cent

of the student body, trying to jam them into an

estimated 8,000 units, 500 trailers, 600 homes and
300-400 rooms. Listed with their office Off V

Campus Housing Director Carl Opp said in his 35 interests get cast aside I

years with the Housing Division he had never seena

housing crunch reach such proportions.!

Well, Opp had better brace himself next fall's
Note to my readers: As breed doesn't have Jerry
enrollment could run to more than 28,000. deadline time approached, I BRIAN DONIKRLYOPINION Ford's ear.
Presumably the off campus housing staff is was batting around three First there was the appearance
already gearing up to accept the new influx, ideas, none of which seemedto of props on his
deserve a full column. So I televised speeches. And now,
seeking the cooperation of local home owners and
borrowed an idea from the he has disguised a thoroughly
perhaps even city officials. late Stewart and
Alsop wrote Nixonian law 'n' order
Certain city officials, however are also gearing: three "mini-columns." the probelm of determiningjust IT'S NICE to see that some program as one designed to
up to meet the situation in their own way. who is the junior senator things are constant in this "insure domestic
The city commission is currently drawing up a A few months ago, I was from New Hampshire. It turbulent world. tranquility."
new ordinance to more strictly enforce existing quite worried about the seems certain that the India has always pictured That's an artfully chosen
Fighting 94th Congress with majority will eventually find itself as being in the vanguardof phrase, to be sure. It comes
codes than three
zoning that prohibit more its 75 fresh for the world anticolonialism.
fire-eating persons some excuse seating It straight from the preamble to
unrelated persons from living in a home zoned for and newly minted mandate Democrat but they're taking has absorbed Sikkim. the U.S. Constitution.
single families. from the people.IT their time about it. India has always THE PROGRAM itself is a
Officials claim the existing zoning law is impossible SEEMS that I needn't Another encouraging signis proclaimed itself to be the horror, however. It calls for
to enforce and are calling for a law to have worried for two reasons. the Fighting 94th's most peaceful of nations. It is an increase in maximum
First, the Congress can't chew energetic efforts on behalf of now the world's sixth nuclear criminal fines (from $10.000
require an annual inspection of private homes
gum and override vetoes at its own pocketbook. The power. '
to $100.000)) and mandatory
renting to boarders to determine how many the same time (and it's Congress is voting itself more INDIA HAS long billed minimum jail terms for many
persons are living there. chewing a lot of gum). staff, more free trips home, itself as the "world's largest offenses.
No one is saying so out loud, but the ordinance Second this Congress is justas free newsletters and bigger democracy." Now, in The single bright spot is a
seems to be aimed at UF's transient student interested in feathering its buildings. The House is even response to a threat to her failure to call for registrationof
own nest 'as its predecessors, spending $1.3 million to power Indian Prime Minister
that
population who fill many of the rooms rented in firearms. It seems
thus leaving far less time and automate its elevators while Indira Gandhi has arrested in
who don't believe
people
private homes in this town. for the task for retaining the elevator
engery ruiningthe most of her political opponents the rest of the Bill of Rights at
Apparently Gainesvillians are quite prepared to country. operators. and suspended most least believe in the second
handle the annual fall influx of student money The "veto.proof' Congresshas This is a waste of the of. the freedoms usually amendment. The unfortunate
they just don't want students living in their "quiet proved to be an illusion. It taxpayers' money, of course, associated with democracy.Other corollary is that most people
has been embarrassed but I would
four
suburbs" parking their cars out front and rather the things may change, who revere amendments one
times on major bills in recent Congress
were spending its but India remains the
throwing beer cans on the lawns as city com and three through eight haveno
weeks by an accidental time on projects like that thanon fountainhead of world moral
missioner Aaron Green puts it. President who swears doing its job. Its job, after hypocrisy. I use for reminded the second.of friendof
a
How unfortunate city merchants can't just meet allegiance to a dying party: all, is to spend productive am both
mine
who to
incoming students at the city limits, take their The House,'with its 289-145 people into bankruptcy and to * the American belonged Civil Liberties
Democratic majority, has not destroy our freedoms.In .
money and just turn them away again. Richard Nixon was sup. Union and the National Rifle
overriden of
the
one vetoes short, the Fighting 94this
Granted the zoning law already exists and the made this session. much like its predecessors: posed to be the president Association, figuring that
new ordinance would be simply a means of enforcing THE SENATE, on the only mildly awful. surrounded by. public those two organizations had

it. But before the city commission begins other hand, is obsessed with * starting relations to wonder men. if But the same I'm the covered whole between Bill them.of Rights

weeding the extra tenants ( read students) out of

private homes, they better first be sure there are
other places they can go. The Independent Ron Editor-ln-Chlef Cunninhom Tom Shroder

Before approving such an ordinance com News Editor

missioners Joe Little and James G. Richardson Florida Alligator

should due consideration the students .. .
give some to Cfll C/MMNCiiit/ Douglas Hatch MIndiKelmon
they, teach. Presumably they'll have to live I Managing Editor Layout Editor
somewhere. EP .

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incoming students in a giant tent city maybe ou Jams V.Cook . ., .., .. ...,. .. . .. .. ..Assistant General Manager! Published by
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Floridians deserve more than a coliseumEDITORi


The following is an open letter to UF President MONEY IS MONEY and if there are funds allocated for their OWN College of Education is concerned they behave
Robert Q. Marston. non-academic use ONLY than of course let it be spent.. exactly as the public which they so readily condemn by
This past year I have observed and experienced quite a few However, if there is any alternative means available which pushing it farther and farther down on the list of values
of the repercussions of the present economic situation. will channel that money where it is necessary rather than actually adhered to.
I realize that money is indeed "tight" and that we must merely where it is desired,let it be arranged as such. HOW CAN YOU expect the public to recognize and
limit spending to what we consider to be our main priorities. I The College of Education as it stands right now is a respect an educational institution if that educational institution
have always assumed that the two main priorities of this ,travesty. The irony 'is that officials of UF speak of public refuses to respect itself? .
institution were to 1)) provide research opportunities and '2)) apathy for education, and insufficient funding but where Susan Feuer 3ED
provide educational opportunities.
This is supposedly why we have cut down on air- n, cs -
conditioning heating paper available for professors to use J :r :' :_ ..
for their classes pay raises, and even secretaries.IN AIiNLNRY'S
FACT my own advisor did not have her contract -
renewed because she was of interim status.I .
am writing this letter because I have witnessed some IMWSFRIENDS
inconsistency in the way priorities have been dealt with. I am
referring of course to the decision being made about the mass

seating facility versus academic buildings.If ? WIT PUT
yes
funds are low for luxuries AND academic affairs when ,.. ,
new money is found it seems obvious to me where it should be HENRYFRA1N
spent. If however priorities have 'shifted DUE TO THIS
NEWLY DISCOVERED INCOME, than I believe it to be a
very sad commentary on our times.
pIE BUILDINGS (Journalism education, business administration
) ARE NEEDED. The money delegated to build
the coliseum, added to the money left from the building "A"
contract,could take care of all three of these needs.If 5 ITIIAIJK
the government wishes to create jobs by building (vs
rehiring professors money for research etc.) then let the !
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building priorityEDITORi


The following is an open letter to UF President

Robert UF now Q. stands Marston.at a cross, roads which is more significantthan Statistics lie about white males .

appears on the surface. We are not dealing with the
simple choice of a Coliseum versus Norman Hall. We are
dealing with the priorities of this university in the context of a
poor economy and the present and future needs of Florida. EDITORi As long as I've got a typewriter handy, allow me has the same amount but no "average person" can be found.In .
The point is well taken that this university needs an all to add another example of rudeness your files for the reality you have 1,000 individuals penalized because of
purpose facility such as the proposed coliseum. Yet in the benefit of the reverse racists out there. jealousy of the one who is rich.
future interests of the state and the students who will serve Let's ,look at all application forms. There is one rich white male 1,000 unpenalized people who
those interests a coliseum is of secondary importance. ANY WHITE MALE who starts to read one knows he's in aren't white males and 1,000 white males who are out 1000.
NEEDLESS TO SAY the student body would enjoy the trouble. Checking those little boxes entitled "race" and (this redistribution is normally done by having everyone put
facilities offered by a coliseum.. However, given a choiceStudents "sex" can only harm him due to the present worship of quotas into a common pot from which select "minority groups" have
definitely prefer better equipped classrooms, quality and he knows enough to read the words "special con special drawing privileges as in the case of minority
protbsors attracted by good facilities and reasonably sized sideration given to women and minorities" as meaning "we're scholarships etc.)
classe against white males." IN SHORT, because a person who he has never seen is a
There art those behind the coliseum snowball who don't People supporting such bigotries have nice statistics to rich white male, the white male who isn't rich is to be
share this phBosophy. They contend and threaten UF with support them. Allow me to show how they work. penalized to "balance" things out. This is what comes from
the following argyement: If the UF spends "student monies"on For an example, take 1,000 people who are white males and thinking in terms of collectives rather than individuals.No .
academic buildti s this shall be viewed by the powers that 1,000 who aren't. Into the first group inject one white male ,white males shouldn't join protective groups too as this
be. as an effort on UPs part to compete with the other schoolsin millionaire. Take the average of both "collectives" and you would just create one more collective hand to steal with.
the state university system. will see that the AVERAGE white male DOES have more INDIVIDUALS EXIST, not "average members of
FURTHER MORE, UF's future budget. allocations will be money than the average person in the other group. collectives" and should be thought of in those terms.In .
examined in this context. THE SOLUTION of the collectivists? summing up, I submit a quote of Disraeli's: "There are
First of all the theory that all nine university system schools Why.penalize each of the 1,000 white males $1.000 each so three types of lies, lies,damned lies and statistics.
should be of equal quality needs serious re-evaluation. For that things are even..
such blindness shall drag all nine institutions into the wallowsof It is,TRUE that the "average person" of each group now WaltKarwicki

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secondly and perhaps most importantly the idea that
UF and its students should be threatened and reprimandedfor
putting their educational priorities ahead of their personal ; !
leisure is not merely absurd but abhorrent. 7i\T
THE CARDS ARE on the table and only the future will tell
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who holds the strongest hand.In \
conclusion there is a question which should be posed and
needs an answer: In 10 years do Florida's taxpayers need well
trained teachers, able business leaders, quality communications :
personnel or. .a list of Who's Who in athletics
who graduated from UF attracted by 2,000 tons of concrete
and stainless steel?
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By SHEILA DRAPER starts around 10 p.m. and there is SI cover

Party with us In the Alligator Staff Writer charge.
Red Velvet Lounge, featuring: LAMPLIGHTER 1 NW 10 Ave-This
THE ALIBI LOUNGE West University Big Daddy's Lounge is one of the town's main
PITCHERS OF OLD MILWAUKEE, OR SCHLITZ Avenue and 34th Street Fandango will dance halls. Again this week the funk and

Lt. dark continue to perform their contemporary folk rock sounds of Stagecoach are featured. The
( or ) music this weekend at this Big Daddy's hip shaking music begins at 9 p.m. with SI

FOR ONLY $1.00 ,ALL NIGHT LONGIII!!! Lounge. The entertainment begins at 9 p.m. cover on Friday and..satllrday night, but
and there is no cover charge. remember you can get in for 50 cents tonight.COOEY'S .
As always S, Alter line subs sands combos& side orders can keep your THE BEEF AND BOTTLE Raun

stomach & your wallet happy whether you enjoy It In the Red Velvet MacKinnon, a lady with a lovely voice, will This seafood RESTAURANT restaurant located-Steinhatchee-onhe

Lounge our dining room, or In yourown living room. play original, folk tunes on piano and guitar Steinhatchee River offers a(dinner theater on

C'mon by and party with us on the in the comfortable Entertainer's Lounge this Friday at 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. The play this
weekend. Raun made when she
a big impact Friday is Act I of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite"a
4th or we'll bring the party to opened the show for Odetta last March.
comedy about a 51-year old man going
you we're as close as your phone! There, are but two shows drink and minimum.a new policy of no though a transition and having an affair with
cover one
his secretary. Act II and III will be performed
BILBO AND GANDALF'S 2300 NW 6
EATIN.TAKEOUT Monday through Thursday night of next weekat
$ .- Gay Jones, a multi-instrumented
8:30: p.m. All three acts are independent,
balladeer his folk music to this
brings gaslit
dealing with a moment in the lives of three
FREE DEL lERY- cafe today through Saturday night. Jones' people; the location: being the Plaza Suite. '
repertoire includes the dulcimer, mandolin,
There is a charge of SI plus entree. To get to
autoharp, banjo and guitar. The music Cooey's take Newberry Road through Trenton
Mon.-Sat. 10-2AM Give us a call377651O. begins at approximately 8:30: p.m. with a 50
and 12 miles until get to US 19-98
go you
Sunday 10.12:30 AM cents cover on Thursday and$I on Friday and ,
: Alternate 27 turn right and go north
Saturday.. through Cross City for another 12 miles until
.
. DUB'S 4560 NW 13-It's time to
go you reach SR 358-turn left and go 6 miles, .'
back to the late Sixties Thursday night with
keeping right at all times. Two miles after a
the sounds of the Vogues in two shows at
fork in the road take a right on a road which
10:30: p.m. and 12:30: a.m. This vocal group
goes over the river. After crossing the bridge
for such million sellers
was responsible as take another right, go 500 yards and voila.
"Turn Around Look At Me" and "Five '
o When You Think of Diamond O'clock World". The cover charge is S2. On CENTER THEATER- 1015 N.W. 13 St.
Friday and Saturday night Jay Stone hosts the Peter Sellers is at It again with his

think discotheque by playing "music to fit the Keystone comedy and preposterous
audience." There is a SI cover. pronunciations. If you are tired of too much
GREAT SOUTHERN MUSIC HALL-233 reality and philosophizing the screen, this
W. University Ave. They are celebrating flick is for you. Inspector Clouseau will make

the Fourth of July a day early here with the you roll from your seat in laughter.
Holiday Hoedown tonight. The stars are Bob PLAZA THEATER NW 13 St and '23

Seger and Goose Creek Symphony. Shows are Boulevard It seems that sequels are
at 8:30: and 12 p.m. with a $4.50 admission Hollywood's answer to requests for bigger and
charge. "Funny Lady," starring Barbara better movies." "Walking Tall, Part 2"
Streisand, will be playing though the opens Tuesday. Basically his the continued
weekend. The midnight movie for 52 is story of what happened to the county sheriff
a "Woodstock"on Friday and Saturday nights. who cleaned out the racket in his town but in
THE KEG- 201 SW 16 Ave- The Jazz .the process his wife was killed and his dog was
.e. Project will continue to play its improvisational shot. Buford Pusser the sheriff, seems to
music this weekend. The music think he has a pretty tremendous story to tell.


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CHESS Resident Master Walter Cun- karate classes from 5:30-7: p.m. ,on Tuesdays
ningham may make a surprise visit to the and Thursdays at the basement of the Florida
Chess Club meetings on Tuesday and Fridays Gym. For further information call Barbara IReaders
from 7.12 p.m. in room 118 of the J. Wayne Van Essen at 3772790.
Reitz Union. For further information call

Michael Best at 375-0909. RedressDue
KARATE Tae Kwon Do club meetings for

white and advanced belts will be held Tuesday to a typographical error in Tuesday's
through Thursday at 7 p.m. in the basementof Alligator the faculty pay raises proposed
the Florida Gym. Contact Bill at 3928931for by the UF Faculty Educational Policy

DISCOVERY IN DAZZLE further information. Group were incorrect.
GATOR GROWL Writers interested in Those promoted from assistant

YouVt discovered the perfect mute.. writing for the Gator Growl may submit professor to associate professor would
now let us help you discover her perfect diamond. material to room 312 or 313 of the J. Wayne receive: recommended pay raises of $700
Like a woman,one diamond.b waiting, Reitz Union for further information call 392- and those promoted from associate
one iht will cherish above all others.One with 1661. professor to full professor would receive
fire and brilliance that will glow fortvtr. CUONG NUll KARATE The largest intramural $1,000 under the proposal.The Alligator '

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to SG. administratorsBy

LINDA WISNIEWSKI From that point Biersach put on a disappearing .
act that would astound even Howard
Alligator Staff WriterNo
Hughes.
is using them, no one is removing NEITHER LOBECK not Schiffli can contact
one and one knows what to do with Biersach to find out if Biersach wants the bike
them. no
them. banks removed because the Dania Fla. phone
Bike banks those supposedly burglar'proot number Biersach gave to SG is not the current
-
; coin operated, devices with a bar that phone number of Bike Banks Inc.
t locks around the frame are causing However, the removal of the bike banks is
problems for Student Government. the UF another problem in itself.
Physical Plant Division the UF office of SCHIFFLI 'AND Lobeck can not contact
Administrative Affairs.In Biersach which leaves Physical Plant the
the face of rising bike thefts on campus division responsible for the bike banks'
"SG had been approached repeatedly to removal. Physical Plant assistant director
provide bike security" to UF students Warren Michael said.
Student Body Vice President Dan Lobeck Physical Plant must first have approval from
F said. Vice President for Administrative Affairs
x"y Lobeck who was then secretary for consumer William Elmore before any UF property can
affairs, thought students would use the bike be removed. Michael said.
banks but he said at one point during either However even Elmore claims ignorance of the
the "winter or spring quarters less than one bike bank situation.
dozen" bike banks were in use. "I'M SORRYI I don't know anything about
the bike banks.. Elmore said..
I4 UF STUDENTS "did not respond to the bike
Myy v.M banks-students apparently didn't think the On top of all the other problems the bike
$3 (per month) investment was worth the banks have caused. Bike Banks Inc is also
price" of bike security Lobeck said. having"financial difficulty" because they had
Student disinterest was not the only problemto to redesign some of the bike banks. Lobeck
-U emerge from the vast array of empty bike said.
banks. "PEOPLE COULD take the key out (of the
Herbert Biersach representative for Bike bike banks)"without inserting money into the
Banks, Inc., did not "go through the proper banks Lobeck said.
; r J .q. administrative channels" before having the In a phone conversation with Biersach.
banks installed Lobeck said. Lobeck said he was told that the company was
"on the verge" of correcting the problem.
"TO MY KNOWLEDGE no written contractwas WHEN THE BIKE banks were installed at
1i ever signed between Herbert Biersachand the company's expense SG was to return any
the chancellor of the Board of Regents," revenue received from the banks to Bike
Schiffli said. Banks Inc., with the exception of a small
When UF Business Manager Richard Schiffii percentage. Lobeck said.
saw all! the bike banks popping up on campus LOBECK COULD NOT remember the
he said he gave Biersach a call in the com percentage SG was to receive but did say SG
EMPTY BANK pany's branch office in Miami "so the was "not going to press" the company for the
,less than one dozen used at a time. company" could tell me what they wanted to money because the company is in financial
do but received no. answer. difficulty.
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Information; -



From page one) is their' perogative but we do want all the Howeter. Margaret Warrington. editor of the variety of other information issued about
"WHEN I TOOK this facts known about administrative actions that Sun's family section said the releases she WAS activities.
job two and hall
a
I we feel w ill effect faculty, staff and students of receives from L'F' Information Services are
said
years ago that because this institutionis the university. We are very ued."MOST "Agriculture is Florida's number one industry -
strong supporters rarely
state funded and financed by state taxes of the Alligator and always have been. It is highly technical specialized
information ) OF TilE information receive
concerning it rightfully belongsto Cunningham said. field. It is extremely important that we are
the public. It is my responsibility to make Alligator News Editor Tom Shroder said it is from the UF Information and Publication well informed at all times of the latest and
available whatever information to whoever Service are public relations releases and not "
an Alligator most effective techniques available. Sharpe
policy not to print releases. "
news well written. We don't of them.
requests it, whenever it is wanted. Cun "We use many said.
regard the releases
as relations
public
said.Cunningham .
ningham said."Mosf Warrington
. . o . . stories However, and we as do such them we do not print them. said the Information and . . . . .
use as a source of tips Publication Service is underfunded and

of theInformation tor stories. We are a student publication and understaffed and they try to do only those "It/ touches base on
want students
to write their own stories
stories they are certain will be used.
we receive getting their own information," Shroder said. "We try to get the greatest mileage out of all administrative
SHRODER SAID he thinks of the News every effort possible. We will write and ,

from the UF Inform Digest as "an example of a "good company rewrite stories in as many ways as possible to faculty staff and
magazine.
,
save time and money, Cunningham said.
ation/ and Publication Cunningham said the difference in the CUNNINGHAM SAID Information,Services "
presentation of the News Digest from that of a would like to'expand more in the future into student information.

Service are public regular newspaper is that the Digest presentsthe television and multi-media fields.
news from only one source the ad
"We have pioneered information service by .Donald Martin
ministration. .
relations releases television. Our uniscope series, which is seen
. . . . . . . . . .
and not well written. on stations around the state is educational as .
"The hasa well as informational about UF. We have the THE
community HEALTH CENTER Information
finest team of multimedia and television
Service issues information about research and
Margaret right to know the station specialists said. in the nation Cun activities in the six health colleges to
ningham
legislators health professionals high school
The IFAS editorial office about 98
WarringtonCunningham spends per
students interested in medical careers
slant of theadministration"
S . o o . cent of its time and money publishing potential donors and the general public
research and instructional bookletsand
findings
according to Pharmacy Dean Kenneth
and his assistant information
pamphlets for farmers and homemakers,
specialist Linda Cray are funded outside the according to Hervey Sharpe, director of the Finger
Information and Publications 5208,000 a editorial Working under a $59,769 a year budget the
department.
.Hugh Cunningham
, year, 13 person staff budget. THE PAMPIILETS, which range from service produces catalogs and brochures
Cunningham said he spends most of his . . . . growing poinsettias to canning to how to issues about 14 press releases a month a

I' time responding to requests information slaughter a pig to furniture coverings are radio series, and coordinates tour and slide
about the university from mass media, "We have our own slant,just as the Alligatorhas distributed at a rate of about four million shows.

t. government agencies congressmen UF a slant. We present basic documentationby copies a year Sharpe said.
concerned with the
Service is
(faculty members employes and students.HE the administration and we don't embellishor About 1,520 new booklets are issued each The especially
AND GRAY PUT the News The has to condition of patients when they are the
together interpret. community a right year and about 650 are kept in print. '
Digest a $300 double\ page collection of know the slant of the administration," The partially federal partially state sup. ,subject of press attention
Herbert who has headed the six
articles: about UF:, \which appears in The Cunningham said. . . . . Georgia staff since 1964 is this week.
times week the school person retiring
Alligator three a during ,Journalism asst. professor Donald Martin "
year. former United Press International (UPI) ..Because this ENGINEERING PUBLICATIONS 'provide
Gray said they preferred to pay for the News Alabama state manager said he thought information service the twelve departmentsof

Digest t rather than give the news to The News Digest had a broad scope. institution is state engineering on a service basis.
Alligator so that the Administration's point of "I? TOUCHES BASE on all administrative, Publications coordinator, Renee Dunnavant,
view could be known. faculty staff and-student information. But 1 funded. .information said the $50.000 a year budget funded by
"We print memos exactly as they lire sent out think it written rather pompously," Martin grants is spent predominantly in salaries for

by the administration and let people make said. it rightfullybelongs the five staft.members..
concerning ;
their own decisions from the originals not Skip Perez asst. city editor of the GainesvilleSun Dick Dale Publications director estimates

someone's rewrite. We also print many things. said most! of the news releases they the that only about $5.000 of the total is spent on
the Alligator will not print such as schedulesof receive from UF Information Services are well to public. public relations activities.

upcoming events," Gray said. written. Each project done by the publications serviceis

Cunningham concurred saying that much "About 90 ger cent of the stories we receiveare .Hugh Cunningham charged to the individual department the
information similar (fa what is printed in the well written. The others are generally a work is done for.
News Digest is sent to the Alligator< but is not little too long and too detailed. We receive . . . . The service.publishes brochures booklets

printed. two or three a day and probably use between ported program spends about $25,000 a yearon with recruiting and general information about
"WE SEND STORIES every day to The 50-75 per cent of them., We rewrite most of public relations related activity. These the engineering departments and culminatesin

Alligator which they choose: not to run. That them," Perez said. includes press, releases news letters, and a a yearly research report.



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Pink Panther. is generally weak flick



cliches. Some work: some don't.
By SHARON ALFORD ,
that do. work beautifully.
But those
Alligator Staff WriterIn
Christopher Plummer plays the debonair Sir Charles Litton

the Middle Eastern country of Lugash, the precious Pink Arts Review l (alias "The Phantom") like a Playgirl cut-out. Aside from
Panther diamond sits beneath a glass bowl on \'iefor a qr! ; '!some machismo smiles and some close-ups of his piercingblue
gawking public. eyes. his Sir Charles only serves as a diversion to the
"It's the most famous and most protected diamond in the !shenanigans of Clouseau.
world," a museum guide says.
Guarded by body sensor light beams the Pink Panther may suspenseful theft but is generally a weak update on the Herbert Lom is a standoutith his increasingly nutty
be protected. but it is not theft.proof.:. Enter Inspector adventures of that marshmallow Clouseau.The Chief Inspector Dreyfuss. Confusing his pistol lighter with his
Clouseau, that irpt, bumbling stumbling French detective. aging Sellers is a recognized master of character interpretation revolver Dreyfuss manages to blast both his nose and hisassistant's
And Graham Stark the
"THE RETURN OF the Pink Panther" brings back Petter and the old comedy schtick He's funny. even right arm. ,as sleazy
informer reminds one of a mussed twitchy Peter;
Sellers in his most appealing character. Produced and hilarious but the ,vitality of the original Clouseau version is masochistic
directed by Blake Edwards the film starts out strong with the just not there. His bits of"business" are often tired slapstick Lorre. (At the Center- ). .


I Little fanfare planned for this year's FourthBy



SHEILA DRAPER not to cash in on the Bicentennial but to fashioned picnic for the Fourth ot July but he no specific events to commemorate. Kendziorsaid.
Alligator Staff WriterA commemorate it. We don't want to do ran into a lot of snags with the county health .
anything to hurt the Bicentennial." department requiring certain facilities to cook o However those anxious to begin
foreign visitor passing through Apparently the reason for the scarcity of hot dogs. celebrating America's 200th birthday will
Gainesville this summer on a grand tour of Bicentennial activity this year springs from a "RATHER THAN have a half-hearted receive the chance Friday night at the Fourth
(the United States would receive few hints that lack of community interest. .. effort this year. we decided to start planningfor of July festivities at Florida Field. This marks
this! Fourth of July marks the beginning fAmerica's a picnic next year and try to get the local the opening 'of the bicentennial year.
Tony Kendzior, chairman of the Alachua restric The annual celebration 7:45 .
200th birthday. government to waive some of the begins at : p.m.It
There will be no parades nor any partyingin County Bicentennial Committee,.said. "One tions." he said. is sponsored by UF UF Athletic
I have learned from with the
the streets as they do so fervently in thing working UF Bicentennial Committee is planning 82 Association and WCJB-TV.
Geneva. Switzerland for their national bir. Bicentennial commission is patriotism is no projects including an Amphitheater called THE PROGRAM includes: a "ceremony of
thday in August. longer considered much of a virtue. No one "Gatorshell" equipped to accommodate a allegiance., a dramatic patriotic reading
ONE OF THE BIGGEST events associatedwith cares much about parades anymore and theyno musical group of 100.A performed by Dr. John Grigsby and backedby
the Bicentennial this week in Gainesvillewill longer."identify partying with the nations'sbinhday spokeswoman for committee chairman the UF Summer Band. Dr. Stephen Saxon
be a special Bicentennial sale by a local Fred Cantrell said individual units on campus will sing "The Star Spangled Banner."
car dealer. Every red,white or blue car will be KENDZIOR SAID "several groups are colleges departments, and organizations The festivities will be climaxed by the
specially priced. doing their own projects such as the Retired are contributing projects.The biggest firework display in north Florida at
Those who buy the cars will also be given a Teachers Association, which is collecting a activity in Gainesville does not match approximately 9. p.m.. Patricia Rogers of
free pewter tankard and plate set with the history of teaching in the county by recording the excitement of the Boston area, where they WCJB said. The display will last about -45
official Bicentennial design inscribed.The interviews with those who taught years ago." recreate almost every battle leading up to the minutes and contains approximately 250
owner of the company described the The main problem lies not in stirring up end of the American Revolution more shells than last year. _
sale! as "a sort of hoopla-flag-country sort of enthusiasm. Kendzior said but in getting ONE of the main reasons for Alachua Admission to the Fourth of July celebrationis
thing." people to specifically donate their time and-or County's comparative lack of Bicentennial free parking is available on the ROTC drill
HE ADMITTED the idea of the sale is to money to-a project. hubbub, is that Florida lay rather dormant field, and the concession stands will be
make some money but added. "the attitude is Kendzior said he tried to plan an old- during the Revolution period. Thus, there are serving refreshments.



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Come to Sound City'sSPEAKER

Demonstrators


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and Cost Plus 10% Saleon Alligator ByTERRISALT Staff Writer .
all Singing "Hand Down Your Head bob Saunders." and
models listed
below yelling cheers and chants,members ot the Gainesville and UF
chapters of the National Organization for Women (NOW)
gave State Sen. Bob Saunders. D-Cainesville, a "welcome
/
JENSEN KLH home party."
The women met at noon Monday outside the 13th Street
MODEL 3 MODEL 5 office of the senator who has toted twice against the Equal
a Rights Amendment (ERA)
I Donna Burnell. director of Gainesville NOW, explained.
List 9900
ea.NOW
List 225 ea.NOW. "We, wanted to make some move'to let Bob Saunders know
we're still here."

SHORTLY AFTER, approximately 10 women arrived at
NOW MW Saunder's office,the lights went out and the door was locked.
Burnell said.
"It looked like a Sunday afternoon at Bob Saunder's of
$65 $1430 fice," she said. .
ea. eo. As the women yelled. "When do you want ERA? We want:
it now." people came out of neighboring office to watch.
Burnell said.
AUDIO KLH "I FELT LIKE I was in enemy territory right there next to
RECTILINEAR Saunder's name plate." she added.
ANALYST MODELTHIRTYTWO TEPEST However, she said a few of the spectators showed approvalby
MINI 3
A200l clapping their hands along with the cheers. ,
MODELtisf Edna Saffy, founder of NOW in Gainesville delivered a

t 259 oaNOW List 12500 | List 109 speech comparing Saunder's loss of the senate presidency to
per pair 149 eaNOW ea.NOW NOW's loss of the ERA.

"PERHAPS HE (Saunders) too sees the many parallels
NOW between the loss of the senate presidency and the loss of ERA.
We too believed our cause to be just"she said.
"We believed those who their would
promised support give
1S $72 $ 000 their support. A system unjust for one is a system unjust for
i per pain 110 E ea. all," she said.

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ESS SPECIAL THROUGH SAtURDAY Architecture dean soughtFinal
STEPHEN: tltt'SONLY
MODEL AND OTHER
choice of a new dean tor the UF College of Architecture
NINE BRANDS ANDMODELS .- will not be made until July I I. 1976. Search
Committee Chairman Bill Eppes said Tuesday.The .
List 19900 ea.NOW. TOONUMEROUS eight-member search committee named last month to
find a replacement for acting Dean Joseph Sabatella. will give
its recommendations for a new dean to UF president Robert
Q. Marston sometime next spring.
EPPES SAID that the committee has "solicited the entire
TO MENTION
faculty (of the College of Architecture) for input." Student
ea1459Some participation in the recruiting effort has not been requested

units may be demonstrators or oneofakind.. yet.Although the search committee is not certain what kind of
person they are looking for they have decided the salary tor
All 5of items limited to the dean will range between $31,000 and $35.000 dependingon
w-i SIR via his her said.
stock on hand or qualifications Eppes
Guidelines for the search will be sent by James Allison. UF
OUND "IT"Inc affirmative!action coordinator, to the committee by Tuesday.
NO CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Allison said he wants to make sure that the "key associationsare
377-8910 ON SALE ITEMS aware of the opening" and that the search 'for the dean
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Book exchange remodeled for more efficient use


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0, JOSE SARJEGO Djel said the problem would be solved in the fall by opens August 18. 20. 21, and 22 and then sold fall quarter.

Alligator Staff Writer providing locks for the tour unlocked shelves and by constructing The exchange will be open at least once or twice a week

The Student Government book exchange will be three additional shelves. probably from I 11 I a.m.-4 p.m. and at the beginning and end of

reorganized this fall to provide greater selection better ANOTHER PROBLEM Dyel! hopes to solve before the each quarter. Dyel said.

security and longer hours according to its new director exchange opens the last four days of summer quarter is the The exchange supports itself by assessing a 10 cent service

Lex Dycl who took over the exchange spring quarter said lack of) space in the office. charge for each book handled.

the main problem with the exchange was a lack of security in The three new shelves will make more space available, Dyel McLeod said a student selling a book through the exchangewill

the office/ located in room 337 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. aid. probably recieve a higher price than at the regular book

"IT'S THE MAIN problem but, it's hot that serious a In addition later this quarter: Dyel and staff assistant stores and a student buying books at the exchange will get

problem," he said. "But it's a problem want to stop." Eudine McLeod will ask the space committee of the Union them cheaper.

The security trouble arose because the room is also used for Board of Managers that the office be used exclusively for the "THIS IS ONE of our better service projects for the

classes and meetings' at the Union. Also, only six of the ten exchange. student" she said. "The students who use it continue to comeback

shelves used to hold books at the exchange can be locked. DYEL SAID books will be collected when the exchange ."







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RECORDER CROCHETINGWeds.
I Beginning) July Aug.. 20
Weds. July Aug. 20 7:30.9:30: p.m.
7:30-9:30: p.m. INSTRUCTORAlice
INSTRUCTORMichael Snyder
Llghtner $7.00 Students
NONCREDIT COURSESRegistration $10.00 Students $10.00 Non'Students
$15.00 Non Students

EMBROIDERY I
Mons. July 7-July 28

h r for all workshop and lessons,will take place in YOGA INSTRUCTORVirginia 7:30 9:30: p.m.

Room 330 from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m., June 23 through,' July 4. Tues. July Aug.. 19 Solomon
Students, 'faculty end staff member and their spouse will 7:30: .9:30: p.m. $7.00 Students
have priority for lesson enrollment from June 23 through,' June INSTRUCTORRandall $8.00 Non'Students
27. Only after' this time will registration be open to other Roffe
America's Bicentennial approaches, this joyous musical persons. $10.00 Students EMBROIDERY

presentation Is very appropriate." America's great leaders Due to price and registration differentials It will be necessary $15.00 Non'Students Mons. Aug. Aug. 25

come to life with humanness and comedy in a film that that each person come to register with appropriate Iden. INSTRUCTORVirginia 7:309:30: p.m.

Judith Crist tolled"A very thrilling and very touching and tification.' Enrollment for Individual classes Is limited and. Solomon
very exhilarating kind of musical' therefore,on a first-come first-served basis. Persons may only $7.00 Students
register for themselves HOME BARTENDING $8.00 Non'Students
FRI.. JULY 4 7:00: ; 9:30 Because: registration for all workshops and lessons Is limited Mon. July 21.AU9. 18
7:00
2ND FLOOR AUD., REITZ UNION 50c we must consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m. the INSTRUCTORBob: '8:30: p.m. FIGURE DRAWING
working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will Doucette Weds.' July 9 Aug.27
only be made under these circumstance $15.00 Students 1:30-3:30: : p.m.
INSTRUCTOR'KathyAbernathy
S2O.00 NnnStutiHlt,
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$15.00 Students
I $17.00 Non Students
HOME BARTENDING
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7w..w. whu Iwed
her M.n.nd,,,n..,A.,,M.W1w Thurs. July 24-Aug. 21 HANDBUILDINGTues.July8Aug.26
nM AYMd lun."A PHOTOGRAPHY BEGINNING MEDITATIONMons. 7:00: 1:30: p.m. .

Thurs. July 10Aug. 21 July 7Aug. 1 IS' INSTRUCTORBob l.303:30pm.:
Doucette
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$::00,7:00: p.m. 5:00'7:00pm.: : 15.00 Students INSTRUCTORDorothy
INSTRUCTORBhudari Sterling
cmtKSeusg _a? INSTRUCTORTom Morrissey $20.00 Non Students $20.00 Students
mowe'' $10.00 Students $10.00 Students $26.00 Non StudQntsHANDBUILDING
fawlnalmglA WCf Mm *tu":I'M $15.00 Non.Students.
roust see'SusannahSo' BEGINNERS WINE

wt I I PAINTING APPRECIATION Thurs.. July 10 Aug. 28
Tues. July I 8,Aug. 19 Frl. July 25 Aug. 22 l:303:30p.m.: :
cPptw'.upchI(4P1dlK.t t FIVE-STRING BANJO 7:30 9:30: p.m.: 7:00: 8-30 p.m. 'INSTRUCTORDorothy
1 AGt'Il (Beginning) INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTORBob Sterling
Thurs. July 10 Aug. 21 .
Biirscnaal' Doucette $20.00 Students
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5 I lIYYno 7:30: 9:30pm.: 10.00 Students $15.00 Students '. $26.00 Non, 'Students
INSTRUCTORTom $15.00 Non Students $20.00 Non.Students I
1 1w '
Morrissey '
J, KIDSCRAFTS
." ''i \ $15.00$10 00 Non Students, -Students SANDPAINTiNOANDTERRARIUM'. I courses; (.ACoU'10))
Persons enrolling in con Wea* July 9 Aug. 27
I CONSTRUCTION -erned with alcoholic beverage will 1 I 9:30-1I:301.m: : .
>e required to show l' INSTRUCTORShirley
BRIDGE I proof that they
... SAT. JULY 5 7:00: 9 30 Weds. July9 Aug. 20 I Tuei.JuIV'7:309:30pm.: : Aug.19 art at least II years of ItIt. Turner
7:30:30p.m.. INSTRUCTOR Charges S15.00GI'iOWYOUROWN'
2ND FLOOR AUDITORIUM 50 INSTRUCTORAdrian Eleanor Lelghliter t
Dovell! S15.00 Students
$10.00 Students tn no Non.StudentsCONSTRUCTION '
$15.00 Non Students
DISCREET CHARM, OF THE BOURGEOISIE CHESS (Organic Gardening-
Weds. July 9-Aug. 20 Thurs. July 8 Aug. ))8
BRIDGE II JEWELRY 7:30: 9:30p.mINSTRUCTOR: /:309:30prr.: :
Thurs. July 10 Aug.21 Tues. July ('Aug. 26 INSTRUCTOR
7:309:30p: : 1 l:3f: >3:30p.m.: Mhael Bast Stan PolUck

This is Luis Bunuel's masterpiece INSTRUCTORAdrian INSTRUCTORSara $10.00 Students SID 00 Students
Dovell Nett WOOd $15 00 Non Students $15 00 Non Students
a sometimes $10.00 Students $11.00 Students
hilarious always on target $15tOO Non Students $24.00 Non,Students ..

devastation of those middle I I GROW YOUR OWN

class citizens whose lives ore ASTROLOGY (Organic Gardening) PORTRAIT PAINTING
QUILTING Mons. July 7Aug. 25
Thurs. July 10Aug. 21
endless minuets danced in Thurs July' 10
Aug. 21 Tues. Aug, Aug. 26 7:30.9:30: 1:30-3:30: : p.m.
concentric circles.. It is his most 1 INSTRUCTOR 7:309:30o.m: : 7:309:30p.m.INSTRUCTOR: : INSTRUCTORStan p.m. INSTRUCTORKathyAbernathy

acclaimed work in years and DikklJo Mullen Pollack
won him his first and long $10.00 Students Virginia Solomon $10.00 Students $15.00 Students
$7.00 Students $17.00 Non-Students
overdue Acodf my Award. $15.00 Non-Students sa 00 Nnn. hHi."t. $15.00 Non'Students


ASTROLOGY ii
Tues. July Aug. 19 CRAFTS FOR QUILTING
SUN. JULY 6 7:00: ; 9:30: 7:30: "9:30: p.m. (Ages YOUNG 11-14)) PEOPLE DECOUPAGEMons.. Tues. July 8Aug.I 29
INSTRUCTORIDavid July 7,14,21 .
2ND FLOOR AUD. RQTZ UNION Cochrane Thurs. July 10Aug. 28 7:30: ,9:30: p.m. 7:30: 9:30: p.m.
9:30-)1:30am.: ) INSTRUCTORVirginia
:
SOc $10.00 Students INSTRUCTOREmily
INSTRUCTOJeShirley Solomon
$15.00 NOn-Sludents Steinberg
Turner $4.00 $7.00 Students
Students
Charge: $1500 $600 Non-Students $8.00 Non-Students
RED PIN
NIGHT
CHESS I II
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I Tactics & Strategy) .
Tues. July a,Aug. 19 i '\
RED PIN NIGHT 7:30":30: : p.m. DINNER (. .
INSTRUCTORMichael THEATER
RETURNS I 'A Bast
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Win free games

from 6.00 to 11:45:
p.m. ot the REITZ II L
Tues. July I Aug. 19 L
UNION GAMES
7:30-9:30: : p.m. TicKets will
-J, AR 41Ihursdoys I INSTRUCTORTom DO on sale' for "You re A Good, Man, Charlie

( only) Morrissey, Brown" beginning Monday
$10.00 Students July 7 at the University Box
Office (Cons
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3 Faculty Recommended for Tenure




[Board of Regents will be asked toe

tenure for 153 University of Board of Hegqnls EngineeringJ.C.
faculty members at Its July 7 'Meeting.Mond'ay.July: : (7' .Biery,J.L.Fox, C.O. Hays, Jr., T.J.

Kg. All have been approved by the Hodgson, K.E.KUpatrick, D.W. Kirmse,

rsonnel Board and the president.the Hertz'S-kycenterlnn' : :, Jacksonv.iUe: O'a .n1., R.E. Loehman, G. Piotrowski'H.D. Rat-.
list, the University also liff, D.O. Shah, D.M. Sheppard, R.L
tted a breakdown of its faculty, Sullivan, G.D. Ward, E.D. Whitney, and
Kg a total of 3,207. The E&G budgets M. Zahn.
| 1,529 faculty members; Health; E&G Funds To Be AllocatedThe Florida State Musuem
k 1,018,and the Institute of Food and E.A. Munyer
tural Sciences 660. Board of Health Center Library
Regents at it's regular monthly meeting at the Hertz Skycenter Inn
[report shows that with the approvalnew In Jacksonville Monday 7 E.B. Jones
July will allocate the $250,636,547 lump sum budget for .
nominees 48.08 cent of the the Education Health Related ProfessionsC.J.
[ per and General functions of the State University System for 1975-76.
f will be tenured.e The University of Florida's Slaymaker and M.C. Wroe.
recommended
share is
S64,205..s6lncluding $1.9 million
3,207 faculty members, 902 are in extension funds. IFAS
A
reallocation
from
iors, 792 associate professors, 1,128nt universities with enrollment a small reserve will be made in January for R.D. Barnett, JA. Bartz, M.J. Bassett,
growths above the .
ba .
professors, 278 instructors and 1974-75 ; R.J. Braddock, J.B. Brolmann, J.H.
Remaining 107 are librarians or Conrad, T.E. Crocker, W.L. Currey, J.M.
ed to P.K. Yonge laboratory school. Davidson C.G. Davis, L.L. Dearmin, G.J.

ommended.for tenure by college are ( Edwards, D.W. Gorbet, M.S. Hammer, .
|llowing: .IIhIIv.CIt1y7 J.T. Johnson, J.F. Kelly, T.A. Kucharek,
Architecture and Fine Arts R.C. Littell, E.T. Loehman, D.B. McCon-
Donelin, F.F. Lisle, Jr., D.E. lioni Produced Services by the Division of nel, L.L. Murphy, E.A. Ott, F.M. Pate
thlin, A.C. Penland, Jr., and T.R. important information to communicate to students official, notices fc H.A. Peacock, F.J. Prochaska, J.A.
faculty & stn/f ea Reinert D.A. Roland Sr. E.A. Rooks
at the University of Florida. ,
Arts and Sciences D.E. Short, G.S. Smith, D.L. Sutton, B.G.

.Brown,Jr., S. Chen, I.G. Clark, HI, Volk, and L.D. White.Journalism f'

Connolly, A.J. Damico, J.W. Dufty, H.O. Schwassmann, L.J. &: CommunicationsA.E.
[ Severy, W.J. mons, and W.G. Tyler. De Los Santos, D.R. Holland, K.E.
Eades, R.C. Foreman, Jr., J.T. Sullivan, III, R.M. Swanson, T. Walsh,
Dentistry Kent R.N. Pierce J.A. Roosenraad and
,
,
l J.E. Heath, T.E. Hogen Esch, S.R. D.C. Wilson, E.R. ,
,
Wittkopf, and M.C. C.G. Bennett, S.J. Chellemi, A.D. King, R.R. Rush.
n, R.R. Kallman, D.R. Lewis, C.P. Yang. and S. Lotzkar.. Law
K J. Martinez, R.D. Mauldin, K.M. Business Administration Education
M.E. Caldwell, J.E. Lewis, R.T. Mann,
rthy, B. Mesch, M.T. Parkinson, G.G. Bechtel, R.D. Blair, J. Cohen, D.A. P.A. Clark, W.H. Drummond, C. For- and W.E. Williams.
[Pollock, V.M. Popov, J.F. Preston, Denslow, Jr., R.A. Elnicki, I.N. Gleim, gnone, T. Gadsden, Jr.,S.M. Kinzer, M.B. Libraries
Rothman, J.R. Sabin, S.A. Saxon, A.R. Horowitz J.W. Milliman, J.K. Sim- Rowe A.B. Smith, HI, and A.O. White. B.L. Clarke, B. Daane, E.Gl: Kelly, and

dent Fee All UF Rules Must Be M.R. McKann. Medicine

R.W. Alexander, J.J. Cerda, C.R. Conti,
ilding Plane J.M. Enoch, L.C. Garg, S.A. Graves, R.A.
Compiled Filed i Henry, M.J. Jaeger, R.L. Julius, R.R.
Sept.8r Kirby, T.J. Merimee, C. Moscovici, C.E.
BOR Actione Muniz, S.T. Shulman, and D.W. Walker.

college, department, division or any other type unit with its own set of rules NursingL.J.
Board of Regents Monday will must submit a copy of all rules it wishes to enforce after Oct.: Ito the appropriate Kelley and B.I. Urey.Pharmacy .
ider a proposal to study the feasibility vice-president next week.
suing bonds up to $29 million for the Units responsible to the Vice-President for Health Affairs must submit their.rules to S.G. Schulman and R.B. Stewart.
\truction of non-academic buildings on him by Monday, July 7. Units responsible to the Vice-Presidents for Academic Affairs,
ine state university campuses. Student Affairs and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have until Thursday, Physical. Ed.,Health&: RecreationS.W.
Fagerberg
j finalized, the bond program would be July 10.
[ched with up to $25 million'in Compilation of all university rules is in keeping with provisions of the Administrative University College
ulated cash reserves for a total of Procedures Act, which requires that all state agencies publish hold hearings on and file F.F. Donivan) Jr., M.M. Malvern, J.M.
oximately $50 million. UF's share with the Department of State by Sept. 8 all rules under which it operates.A Wear.Pleasants, F.A. Shenkman and R.A.

fid be $14.1 million. The potential rule has been defined as any "statement of general applicability that implements, Medicine.
owing capability and the cash re- interprets, or prescribes law or policy or describes the organization, procedure, or E.L. Veterinary
Besch
[es are from .building and capital practice requirements." A rule may also be defined as "decisions which substantiallyaffect
ovement fees paid by students as part the private interests of a person or are important to the public."
keir tuition. The two fees total $2.45 per Rules do not include internal management memoranda not affecting private interestsor Tree Decline
lit hour. Building fees have been a'part procedures important to the public,legal memoranda or opinion issued by an attorneyon
'tion. since 1962, and have resulted in which rules are based, budgets, or contractual provisions reached as a result of
lion worth of construction through collective bargaining.The Patent Up For '
s, in addition to the cash reserve. text of each rule must be accompanied by a concise statement of its purpose,
agreement with bond holders, stu- authority for its existence and reference to any rules repealed or amended. BOR ApprovalThe
building fees are pledged against Between July 10 and August 10, the university's rules will be organized and codified so
Jed indebtedness until 1997 and cannot that they can be read by persons desiring to do so. This will be done under supervision of
Board of Regents will consider
a
Eliminated to reduce fees, nor'can the University Attorney Tom Biggs.
of to be held each rule must be patent agreement between a UF faculty
be used for By August 15, notices hearings on published in a
oney other than
purposes
member, the Pfizer, Inc. manufacturingfirm
tai outlay.se newspaper of general circulation in Alachua County. Public hearings will be held
and the Board at its in
of the student fee money for September 2, at a place yet to be decided. Jacksonville July 7. meeting

(academic l buildings was proposed by Dr. Chester W. Leonard, a professor in
euor E.T. York of three separate facilities closeto athletic needs of the student body.
approved by the composed the Citrus Experiment Station at Winter
I facilities committee and endorsed by one another. The committee listed four Estimated costs are $13 million for Haven, has invented a process using
[Council of Presidents. In response to possible sites, with its first choice on land mass-seating arena and natatorium and sodium erythrobate in the control of young
wcellor's occupied by Van Fleet Hall or $8.4 million for the theater.
request. President Robertn now tree decline. His invention arose out of
has listed a $21.4 million massg adjacent to it. Other proposed sites are UF Celebration research supported solely by the Univer-
activities center for UF's proposedof Fleming Field, parade grounds across sity with $20,000 in materials donated by
the funds. Marston has said the from stadium, land vacated by removal of Pfizer.
tional money hopefully will be raised Flavet III and across from bus terminal Holiday/ Friday; UF's patent subcommittee recommendsthat

private support.. Marston has not parking lot. Classes will be dismissed and campus royalities be shared equally by the
Jed for monetary support from city or The three facilities would include ((1)) a offices closed Friday for the Fourth of BOR with Leonard and that Pfizer be
rty governments nor has he received 12 to 14,000-seat arena for basketball, July. permitted to obtain and defend patent.
offers of such'' support. Gainesville indoor track intramural sports, convoca- An Independence Day program of Pfizer has agreed to pay $25,000 for the
yw-Commlssloner Joe Little has writ- tions and other assemblies for entertain- music, pageantry and fireworks begins on title and rights.
I that he does not favor governmentalport ment and speeches plus offices, class- Florida field as the UF Summer Band Under the proposed agreement Pfizer
for the proposed on-campus rooms and laboratories for the College of plays at 7:30 p.m. It will be followed by a would pay to UF each year until expirationof
lility but emphasized that he was Physical Education, Health and Recrea- "speechless" program at approximately the patent five per cent of the first
king only for. himself tion; ((2)) a 2,400-seat theater for the 8:15. The military "flyby" previously $100,000 of net sales, 4 per cent of the next
eanwhile, a 'student-faculty-admini- performing arts and ((3)) a natatorium with scheduled has been cancelled by the Navy, $200,000, 3 per cent of the next $300,000, 2 I
tion committee has issued a final Olympic-size pool and separate diving as an effort at fuel conservation.. Fireworks per cent of the next $1,400,000 and 1 per .
ort calling for an activities center tank for instructional recreational and begin at 9:25: p.m. cent of sales in excess of $2,000,000.
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UF Program Helps i



Blacks Decide

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years ago Henry Wells of Pompano years ago to enter Florida Memorial
Beach was a sociology major at Bethune- College in MIamI. He majored in English,
Cookman College in Daytona Beach with no particular: goal in mind, and
without any particular goal in mind. graduated at the top of his class.In .
Today he is back in Daytona Beach mid-June Miller. became the first Y
working as a rehabilitation counselor for black to earn a master's degree from the r1
the State of Florida, having received a College of Journalism and Communications _
master's degree from the University of at the University of Florida. ; _
Florida last December. Like Miller Mrs. Reid and Wells are x _
Eleanor Reid of Jacksonville, in her black. They are 295 other blacks have all _
twenties and the mother of three children, participated in the four-year-old Pre-
quit her Job as a secretary in a law office professional and Pre-graduate Programfor
six years ago and entered Edward Waters Minorities co-sponsored by the University -
College in her hometown "with just a of Florida and the Carnegie Corporation -
dream about becoming a lawyer because I of New York.
did not feel I had the sufficient backgroundand The only program like it In the nation,
ability." according to Academic Affairs Dean T.W.
Mrs.Reid has now begun her senior yearin Cole, Sr., the program is designed to aid
the College. of Law at the University oft and encourage blacks to enter professionaland
; Florida. graduate educational programs after
Oscar Miller left his home in Nassau five completing bachelor's degrees at their .t'i
predominantly black four-year liberal arts
colleges.It .
University has worked so well, the Carnegie OSCAR MILLER(L),DEAN THOMAS COLE
foundation announced recently that it will Look Over New Carnegie Grant to UF
continue funding for at least the next two

years. Purchases Should Be Limited
Digest Statistically, the program has also ,
proven successful. Of the approximately
Or Deferred Until Allocations
Pnxtctd 150 students who have completed their
by neeAwkooof/.Jaw.rioo 4toff bachelor's programs, five have also
/WI .titM.InkrI to co.u.wn completed graduate degree programs 48 Colleges and departments in the E&G budget have been asked to limit expense account
*official to noi'fti HUfhtttt! 4 Importantinformation jatvtntun .. are already in or have been accepted Into purchases to those "which are absolutely necessary until allocations are made" and to
at the I.rhr# urr ofFhrUa graduate programs and a dozen more are defer all operating capital outlay purchases until then.
expected to be accepted for graduate work In a memorandum to deans, directors and department heads, University Controller
before September. The 71 who completedtheir Joseph Hough said allocations hopefully will be made by the middle of July.
CounselingGroups One quarter's residency instruction: Hough also said,"It is anticipated that departmental budgets will be developed during
at .UF this spring will return to their July and that budgetary releases to individual accounts will be made prior to Aug. 15.In
OpenTo campuses. for their senior year in September. the interim, no departmental releases will be made.".

The students are regularly enrolled at .
Students Florida A&M, Bethune-Cookman,Edward .
Waters and Florida Memorial
They spendone
Student Mental Health Services at the quarter on'the Gainesville campus, Today Is Last Day Architecture Search-

infirmary is offering several counseling usually during their junior year, and are /Afoefe
groups this summer,which are open to full subjected to courses and counseling For Fee Payment Group MondayThe
or part-time students who have paid their leading to careers and graduate study Search Committee for Dean of the
health fee. To sign up, call 392-1171 or stop programs not available at their liberal Today is the last day for students College of Architecture will bold its next:
by 3rd floor of the infirmary.The arts colleges Thirty-six of the students to pay fees or arrange for deferments meeting at 2:30: pirn.. Monday in the
have returned to the of Florida
groups and their tentative meeting University conference
without paying a $25 late fee. room just off Room 101-A of the
times are as follows: for advanced study. Others have gone to Fees be Architecture and Fine Arts
may paid through 4 complex.
FSU, FAMU, North Florida, Florida p.m.
Marital Enrichment For
Group coup- Chaired by architecture
today, at Students Accounts or professor Bill
les who are functioning well, but wish to International, Tennessee, Harvard, How- may Eppes, the
be in committee will establish
placed the box set
... drop at the north. a
.. ard and New York
learn new of communication University. ,
ways em- end of the HUB. of criteria for selection of candidates to be
phasizing the positive aspects of their Students showing the greatest promiseare nominated to Academic Affairs Vice-
marriage.. Wednesday or Thursday ev- awarded fellowships,up to $3,000 eachat President Robert Bryan.
enings. Florida if they decide to go beyond the
Couples Group For couples exper- bachelor's degree. Of the'$60,500 to be Noted Law
iencing difficulties in their relationships given annually for the next two years by Educator Moore to UF I II
who want to learn more constructive ways the Carnegie Corporation, $24,000 will go As
of f expressing feelings. Tuesday or Wed- for fellowships to students who enter O'Connell/ Chair ForerunnerWhile
nesday, late afternoons or evenings. graduate programs at Florida. The foundation -
Gesalt Workshop A group experience also furnishes funds for housing a campaign continues to fully funda O'Cennell chair of law began in 1973 when
utilizing Gestalt awareness approaches. students while they are away from their Stephen C. O'Connell chair of law at the the former Florida Supreme Court justice
Tuesdays, 2:30-4:30: : p.m. own campuses. The University shares University of Florida, one of America's retired after six years as president of the
Women in Transition Group For women administrative costs of the program with foremost law educators will teach coursesin University of Florida.The goal is $750,000.
in the process of change, i.e., divorce, the foundation and will award $39,000 in the College of Law from interest funds Student AccountsChanges
impending graduation, returning to assistantships and other grants to program being.generated by the partiallyendowedchair.
school, marriage, etc. Tuesdays, 3:304: participants. Its Hours
James W. Moore, Sterling Professor
p.m.Assertiveness Training for Women med The up program by Henry was Neal probably,now working best on sum-his Emeritus of Yale Law School, will join the Student Accounts at the HUB will
For women who wish to overcome master's degree in electrical engineeringafter faculty in January for the winter quarter.He shorten its daily hours for cash transac- .
shyness, learn to speak up for themselves graduating from Bethune-Cookman: will teach courses in federal practiceand tions beginning Monday. (Cash transactions -
or better express their feelings. Monday "It gave me the opportunity to experience procedure bankruptcy, Include disbursement of student
evenings.A University life for the first time. and to rub .According to Law College" Dean JosephR. loans and scholarships,check cashing, fee
Gestalt Approach to Assertiveness heads with the best"Physical Julin, Moore's book, Federal Practiceand payments,and department deposits)After
Training -For men and women who wish Procedure" is the most valuable tool that date, all money transactions be
to develop abilities to express feelings, Fitness For of lawyers and judges in the federal, made between 9 ajn. and 2:30: may
and learn to courts. The opportunity for our students to Monday through bS
overcome shyness speak up Friday All other
Women On be
Campus. exposed directly to Professor Moore
be
for themselves. Late Monday afternoons. nessmay conducted during the
fitness and his lifetime of experience and study is 8 a.m. to 4:30 regular.
Communications Group-Will focus on Physical classes for women : p.m. schedule.
an awareness of communication styles in faculty and staff will be offered free from realization of the objectives of the many According to Assistant UF Controller
order for participants to become more 7:30: to 9 Tuesday and Thursday nights, donors who sought" to honor former Monte Loeb, the shortened hours art
skillful and comfortable in relating to in the Women's Gym. For information, President O'Connell. necessary because of "operational
!. ': others. Tuesday afternoons. Chris Kuhnke,Intramurals Office,392-0581. A fund campaign to establish the and budget wnstratats" commitments

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Soft Margarine...... .2.77'4 Pound Cake Mix................. 'CT 67 Wednesday. ,July 2nd
Keep leftover Fresh Thru Wednesday. ,Noon,

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Sql.: Bundy Saxophone good Raised double water bed; foam mottrett ROOMMATES WANTED,4 BR central heat
condition ploy great! mu..I1- beautiful dork wood frame excellent lair, 2 blocks from campus, LoMoncha
SUMMEREMPLOYMENT $100. to see, call for appointment 377- condition.S4S mutt tell call 373(0( Apartments, pool & gas grills. 378-7224.
2966. (o-2t.l55-pd) 21-154-p) (b3t-155.c)
MUST SELL Norton Custom 750 Commando BICYCLES FOR SALE I have teveral used SUBLET APARTMENT-Up No. 19 to takeover
|lust rebuilt must see to believe, 1 speed 3,5 and 10 speed bikes for tale least In Sept. for 1 year Call 372- 17 .!lnitt.rsi'lii
accepting off.,,, Call 378-3046 and ask CHEAP call Bruc. 372-0456) afternoons 0041 Becky (b-6t-155-p) !
for Charlie (a-5t-155-pd! ) (o-4t.l52-p) One bedroom opt to sublet the place
35 mm camera all 'most brand new, conterve your dollar buy a duplex, live opt. No. 7 1216 S.W. 2nd Aug. $120 per
GAINESVILLE BRANCHOF $125.00 or best offer: 10 speed bike In one tide and receive Income from the mo. starting right away deposit
NATIONAL FIRM $5000 Call between 5:00: p.m. 9:00: other wanne d.mown & CO., Inc. realtor negotiable. (b-2t-155-pd)
pm 373-60PA (o-2t-155-p) m-789. ((0.37..152-p) ,sublet apt at The Place $60 month pool
HAS SEVERAL Moving sate R. to R. tape recorder Port. trying to tell 8track home player walnut carpet oc,come by 101 anytime move In
SUMMER POSITIONS TV. single bed rm. set elect or mono grained panel easy to hook up with your today. (b-2t-155-p)
typewriter Floor Heaters, Mixer and stereo and receive fine stereo sound bill: Roommate needed own room In ;3 bd
OPEN. MUST BECOMPETETIVE attach. Tools rocking choir, misc. All after 4. 378-7987 (o-3t.53-p! ) room house near duckpond $hp per mo.
ALERT .irfutt go.373-22315014 N.W. 40 I St. (o-lt- USD wet suit great cond. alto men's sh- with option to 1 lease entire house next
AND ARTICULATE FOR 155-p) ort.holrwlg.call ken m- 851 (o-2l-154- fall call Nola Masterson 392-0838 (b-3t.
Half Toggenburg milk goat gentle and Ul) 155-p)
APPOINTMENT CALL likes children. Good replacement for No more laundromat RCA whirlpool Room available for summer In country
lawn mower) $50. 377-6325 (o-lt-155- washers 3 cycle runt good$35., olio 415x house with'central air. Ponys cows,
p) 7.75 tire on ramb. wheels-good tread monkey, etc. VERY MELLOW, very
376-8821 Stereo Rcvr, SANSUI 5000A. 38 wrms- $3 eo or $10 set 378-4301 (o.2t-154-p) reasonable 376-5766 (b.5t-155-p)
I chann.l,$225.Sansul speakers 2ow $50 3 piece sofa $80 baby carriage $50 Room In House near campus. $55 mo.,
pair. Garrard turntable, SL 95 WITH heater $10 child'en'lciothlng SOc each $20 deposit, Vi utI!. 322NW. 15th!
.... Shure V15 carp, $80,Tent. 8 x 10 ft. used car teal $7 Infant teat $2 hair dryer* $5 Terrace (b-2t-155-p)
only :I times. $3;, Golf clubs, full set,
toy organ $5 lamp $5 call 378-7706
$100. Negotiable Call Don. 378-9208 (a-
onytlme (a-:2t/-154-p)
3t.l55-ff) f 1972 Honda XL 250.4000 mil. 2 else
7. chomjOonmobhmexcondl2x602br), ,, Promotional t
helmets excellent running condition.
C' t, tb fnt kitchen: sic sold k close to campus & 600 or best offer. 373-9609 onytlme. (0-( Photography t
laundry to be n au;. call after 5 or 2t.IS4-p) s .
a Mends 373-8530 (o-5t-155-pd! ) r 4."
German Shepord-lrlth' Setter puppies.
Panasonic 8 track tope player Delux Realcutel $10.Coll 373-0640 Now. Both
model Excellent condition one owner Parent on hand 6 weeks. old. (o-4t-154- 3760709
< $ (o-lt-155-p) P)

NOW LEASING lightweight fishing boat, trolling motor, Gibson f25 acoustic feel string guitar wcote. I Ij It.
oars,canopy car rocks only i/sed twice Good action, thaller heads, $175
$300 firm. Call 378-6827 after 6 Call 378-1656 after tlx. (i.o-3t.l54-p)
FALL Itt like newl .155-p) Charlie's ChickenIs
FOR p.m. (\0- YAMAHA 1974 360 enduro $875 call
8 36 MH 1 br new furn. air c. exc. Byron after 6 pm 373-7786 (o-St! -154-p)) delivering
condition. $1500 or best offer or rent $85.
_.color TV In every opt. Mon Call 373-5311 anytime (o-5t-155-p! ) Wedding Band & Engagement Rings..
..Oft street parking Traditional or Contemporary designs of( az
T966 Chevrolet Impola SS, New rebuilt your choice. Handmade for Individual
i elndlviduol bedroom engine I tires, BARGAIN $300 372-8408 who want the best.O Iglnol work by the
-! .Laundry 'focllltle or, :378-8903 (a-5t.l54-p) South't Leading Artlttt. Master Gold 1' -'
Furnished Smith and Lap'ldist. Unconditional
1 eGa Grills I Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only.
I 373-3694 (o.iet-153-p)
Pool rj
china, autumn by lenOll16'O value will
8 I take $300 Franciscan crystal, $200 value, .
| only 2 block to campus make off., king woterbed + from. F ;;: / 1
:;flyou r Nowt Inglslt: $< Curly Pottriartilt1.. 4
1 914' SW 8th Ave. 378-7724f X3773643S FOR' RENT' 377-0992-1062'TONIGHT 7.

roommate wanted! own room In 2baV 9ST
apt. country village, price negotiable!
call 376-9765 or 376-6567 (b-5t-S7-p! )

female roomate wanted to share 2 bd.
opt. $80 plot 1-3 utilities Windmeodow
THURSDAYr ..."..,. 375-0378 (b-3t-154-p)
HOUDAY
female roomcue wanted $75 mo. for
1 5 9JlJ room with private bothrm. In new 3
bedrm. house In N.W. 1-3 utilities 377.
8399 con reach after 5 p.m. (b-2t-154-p)

Roommate Needed! Have OWN RoomIn
CRAFTS ALL NIGHT $1.00 cover Spacious 3-bdr Apt. Oak Forest.
Washer & Dryer Included. Call 376-9765

A Friendly Casual Atmosphere (3 b-5t-152-p blocks' from campus sublet 7-1-75-8- :H OlD OWN

featuring two loungesone 30-75 and opportunity to rent In fall 1 br
1 bo pets A kid ok !Price negotiable 373-
featuring live entertainmentthe 2814 (b-8M54-p)
Summer only 2 bed duplex w-carpet, air
other featuring area cond. 3 blocks from U of P 125 mo. t
games utilities 100 damage dep. Coll Jackie
392-9410 (b-2t-154-p)
0 HELP M... sublet our 2 bdrm furnished ac
mobile home will pay your gas t electric .
deposits 'vx>l only $110 mos. call 373-'
3284 or :378-4411 ask for Chester Clarke
1 concerning Giordano lot No. H-41 1
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SW 4 Ave. 378.3309 (b.2t-155-p) sure
3770301i Homes for Rent
3 bdr home -Avail Sept l tat Schwinn
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V, blk to UF 4 finish
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All makes of bikes
Over 50 listings for Sepl.
United Real Estate Auoc.Broker telling storyj'Be
113 377 NE-1611'1 992b9t15S.p Ave. my

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furnuh d 2 bedroom duplex,all utilities'
Mel Brooks' deposit free Including', and loose electric required.$150 first call, 373-latt, the first to see
9813 after 3 see at 7 NE 9 St(b.2t.ISS-p) 1 Day Service Tall
Nice 2 bdrm apt for mature responsible 377-BIKE the rest ofBuford's
Young adults very elate to campus 627 SW 12
St. call 373-2087 for appointment No
pets Portly furnnhed (b-2MS4-p)
Frankenstein Roommate $5000 a month Summit THERE'S MORE' story
House own room new pool,surrounding : j TO SEE WITH '
woods Immediate occupancy.Call 378- ( \
3227 Summer only (b-2t-154-p)
CABLE TV
roomate wonted own room in Ig 3 bdrm
Cinema 1 2:45--4:50 haute close to campus central air $95
7:55-10:00' mo. + 1-3 ulil 378.8488 or 373-3118 (b- ,odd wire
21"I ") BUFORDPUSSER's
Sublet till Aug.31 May renew In Sept. 8 TV Channels A weatner
one block to campus $110 mo. 303 NW channel UPI News New York
17th St. Apt. 17 or call 372-2595 Leave Stock Exchange) 2 FM stations
A SUPERCHARGED message for karen (b-2l-154-p) TV Channels,and 9 FM and 4.AM
stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY .
ACTION roommate wanted for olr-condilion, 2-
bedroom mobile home near campus. CITY OWri true
ADVENTURE/' furnished with color Iv.call(ed 376-2872 TELEVISION CABLE CO.INC .
after lOpm or early morning. (b3M53Pj -
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Asseclaf.s. I or 2 rooms In 3 bdr troilet ISO a monthno 1965 VW bug immaculate 74,000 miles
/ v6. II N. Main St 1 loose-only toil month olio pool, by original owner, recently rebuilt TYPEWRITER
laundry, stereo, etc good location engine, white with new red teal covert,
372-8511 toll 378-6585 (b-2t-l54.pd) good tires, excellent mechanically.: ++A PROBLEMS?

f Two bedroom house on I. Univ. An. $600 ft..6 378-8906 (o-4M55-p) ...
Sea us for. your printing. needs. Pets OK 125 pelt month Coll 377-1031 63 OlDS M automatic' traniminlon \ We've got all the answers
Resumes Brochures Neuwletters'
1 and 377-8153 (b.2t-154-p) power steering, power brakes needs
Need liberal female lo share two work. $150. call Sue 3764746 nights. Sales-Service
I bedroom house seven miloi, from UF175 376-44B2dovs. (g-3t-155-p) '
monthly cheap utilities move In July I s SuppliesLeaseASSOCIATED
1 H HELP NEEDED NOW toll Elaine 378 047} (b-3t-133-p) PERSONAL"That

1 II Two bedroom house on E. Unlw Ave on. Indeed Is a man who, today
pets OK. $125 per month. Coll 3774153 dedlcoteth himself to the service of the SYSTEMS
BUSINESS
for a rewarding experience or 3761031. (b.2t.1S4-p) entire(I-IM55-Q human 1 race" Baha'l Writings
rooms(for rent clo..lo campus nice yard 373"3359
i quit prefer mature ttudonti call 373- would you rather be driving to the beachor 724 N. Main
2087 for fall olio lying In the sun? Gymnos nudist clubIs
VOLUNTEER renting now summer or
I to help an studio' for rent (b-5t-152-p) only 12 miles away and you wont get
I bathing suit marks! Call 377-5242 for
room In lorg.comfortable haute o-< july
free
first
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INTERNATIONAL with c i august only no deposits wo own a ski
!KARATE LESSONS CLASSES AND SUPPLIES
bootll lee 377-1597,1004 iw.6th aye (b-

I CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH I 5t-152-p) Small 1215 NW classes 5th Ave. (off .13th S25 511) Mon per mon thru FOR THE CRAFTY
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ROOM FOR RENT IN N f SECTION, AIR, Sot 7 9
sx even to 378713117t.154p(| )
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FENCED YARD. WASHER-DRYER PETS
I call 376-4405 I WELCOME $80 373.5266 (tb-3t.1S3-pl) EARN $3.00 for 1 hour's time. male and e Decoupage
female participants wonted for study" of rJNr"

ii'lmIllIIlJUJlIIIJllIlIlJllJlltllIIlIlIIllIHfIIfIIfIffffl' !{{ ( llll/lllIIllfJlIIIIIIIIJlIIJl/ll/llIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ ( { / / Iii Own location-one room In block great to 2 bedrm Tigert.opt For Ideal summer -. 372-103 interpersonal between perceptual 7 and accuracy 10 p.m., June call e Tole Painting j -o

--------- option fall. $40 month. Untloppy, 30-July 3, for appointment (-2M54-p| ) Rub Out
3774885. b3tIS3p e ,
easygoing persolity ( -
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CAiiUtur1 ) YOUR HEALTH AWAYI I
Self hypnosis sure to stop you. lose e Inking }
WANTEDConservative weight, too. Private oppt.Theodore Russ,
MADE EASY 372.7008 after 5 pm ()-St-1S/-p) e 3-D Paper Art
I II roommate wanted, .1-3 of
1200 r.nt3. utilities of 3 bdrm house. Bookpacks hiking shorts, ponchos, Seed 'n Bean Boxes
I by Silvonus) P. Thompson, F.R.S. I Inquire Tom Huffman 1502 N.W. 6th St. whltestag speedo swim "suits bugprooftents
after 5:30: p.m. Weekdays anytime Allan's Aquatic t Troll Center 819 W. University Ave. 378-3048
I A supplementary text weekends (c-5t-155-p) 3446 W. Unlv 373-9233 ((Ifr152c1L.orn )

designed to deliver you I Roomote Wanted: 2 blocks from Karate qualified Instructor all ages
I 3 bedroom mole + female new class starts soon
$75
campus duplex. per
from the preliminary I month and share utilities Call 373-9700 $10 a month for registration + further "A Needlework Shoppe"e
rr terrors of DlH..ntlalCalculus (c-a-155-p! ) Info Howard 37382524t152p(| )
I COEO's facial hair removed ,
One or two female roomales needed! to per.
and the Integral shore two room apt. option for fall near manently. Coll Edmund Dwyer e Embroidery
I
I Calculus. mod ctr Summit House opts call nowl! eleclrologisl: over 20 years experience.
mania 377-8408 II ((-*-!54-p) Call 372-8039 (j-ff-152-c) Needlepoint
---------------------- I.
Male Grad Stu. lo share 2 bdr. opt. Wedding Invitations from $1140 per I SfCHlN
Send $3.9S plus .40 postage & tax Piccadilly $105 + util. Poolside, 100. Two week delivery. Hundreds of Cross Stitch
to: Professional Associates. f'O. lox 14562 beautiful 378-2844 or 372-9805 (c-31.154P styles. Cliff Hall Printing. 1103 N. Main
University Station Gainesville, Horida ) .3769951. (l-fr-152-c j ) & Tu/TiE. Macrame

Own room In 1 two bdrm trailer 62.50 plus SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair style e Rugs
Vt utilities close to campus call 373-2664 lo suit your personality. 377-2643 716 W.
NAME University Ave. (i-fr-133-c)
__ (c-St-1 S4-p) e Yarns
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ADDRESS I One mole roomat needed. Hove own
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LOST FOUND
room In a four bedroom opt. In the
MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED I village apt has many extras Including lost containing prescription glasses, 1 817 W. University Ave. 378-5048

-----------_____________1r. $4000 dollars In stereo. Ph. 373-8345 (c- need desperately! call 3786300 or
St-154-p)
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return to 140 Norman (l-3t-155-s)
.............. roommate needed! own rm. In 2 bdrm
found. TENNIS RACKET at Norman
opt.175 S Vi utilities for July ft Aug.One I
Independent Florida Alligator block from campus. Call Charlene at Courts call 373-5922'10 Identify (l-4t- Why rent furniture
1r 155-nc)
373-7436 (c.3t-154-fQ)
I roommate for 2 brio' both In the pines lost: gold ring, with garnet birthstone. when you can buy for less?
CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN
pools tennis court etc.$I 105 month and futilities between towers (normon tennis courts.
I I call dennis at 373-7777 (c-it-154- Reword Call Undo 392-7637 (1.2t-I55-p)
pi) found parakeet behind normon hall call
I CLASSIFICATIONi = >> r Male Roommate needed for furn. 2 joel 372-3099 ((1.31.1 54-p)

bdrm. opt. close to campus oc, pool,
I for sole .. g11 II $77. per mo. to ,leate July' & Aug. 376- I
2402 (c-5l-lS2-p)
for rent if WICKER:
I FEMALE ROOMMATE one for 92.75 mo.
wontedhetp ,
sI plusl-3 "101.; two for 47.00 mo plus !I.
wanted, l: I utilities. call donna 37B-0622aftar 5:30 pm 5HDPETl:_ fAn
autos w or 3922995 days Ic-St-ISI-p)

I personal 2.i I GOlD t SILVER Top price paid for class 377-2236 of
i lost A found r rings,old jewelry etc. confidential. Call apartment new furniture
I services OZ2IE 373-3894 (c-6t-153-p! )

.B' NM Roommate needed for turn 2 bdrm opt costs 4/1 IA per month

I close to campus a-c pool. 177. per mo. .atltttttt ... ,
to lease July 5 Aug.376-2402 (c. t.152. IU nothing down- no depositsfirst

I DATS TO RUN* '- S II pI.) 1.E

1 day '- Ii HELP WANTEDART 8 28 1 payment not due for.30 day

2 ART ED. female over 21 with auto
days for part time ART UTTERING job 25 hours And you don't have to give it back
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3 10 -
I days percent 9I I
per week in afternoons. Must have had >ugg !iti'd KetO'l' K o1" '
4 days discount experience or Art lettering course C
ill pot1CJtion tj (
I 5 days or more. :i"I:: Apply. at 1226 8 S. Main st. '12 5 pm. (e-
4t 154-p) FURNITURE CITY
20 percent discount -
I I COUNSELORS FOR THE RAPUTIC DAY
.... CAMP. July 7-Aug. 1. Growth, $100 fun. BROWN
This, form may be used to i call Dr. Anderson 964-8382 Storke (.-21.
I I place classified ads either in GI I '54l l 4222 N.W 13rh St. Gainesyife ,Shopping CenterN.. Main St

person or by moil. The Ii! EARN $3.00 for I hour's time Male and
I minimum charge Is $1.25 forI 5. I female participants wonted for study of Phone 373-1456 or 377-1456

'lour lines For each additional interpersonal' perceptual accuracy. Can I
I line, odd 35 cents. Multiply the I 392.1038 between 7 and 10 p.m. June
.. 30-July() 3, for appointment (e-2t-54p! )
total by the number ol days(head
I I I Is to run and subtract theI Sales girl must have real estate, license.

I I discount.Insertions applicable only The for discount consecutive I I. -- -...-. __ i--_ a::3' Atsoc Salary AUTOS Broker commission.3776973.1551'' United( Real Estate) DukysPET I I W o o1TLL1T


1968 Dodge Charger 383 oc, power
I THERE AXE NO ROUNDS I __ rN steering. automatic, radio, topedeck: ,
good tires, excellent condition, $1400 I J()
of with ;! 378-3674 after 7 pm (g-5l-154-p)
Acceptance payment s-

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constitute o binding agreement W

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Alligator to publish sold copy.
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suitability of any and oil ode, ,
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1 ,I vertislng copy submitted for :::: s NOW LEASING
publication, and the right to !
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NOT ORDER IV PHONI Individual bedrooms li
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TACT LENSES In tiny block co... Pleate
/ leave message for cothy at strictly folk
Ms complete aquarium setup idudes 373-0617. l-IMS3p
: LOST DOG: cin city area; tan-gold-collie-
sheppard' mix; no tall; answers to
tank INS gravel 'tomion', need medication: REWARD
pump tubing call 373-0980 or 37S.3077 (l-3M53-p) O
Clean I i.lost male Shepherd. block white
filter floss t charcoal & food. silver marking !1'h yn old call 373-9260
Reword (l-4M54-p)

} OtHER TANK I SERVICESSCUBA

PRICES: Claw Starting' all equipment ft Manufacturing
Including rpatk, fins. snorkel BC and Design
wet lull, oil air' 'book, and In.
10 GAL3.99 ter national I : PADI certification. Total Engineers
price $45 no extra*. Call 377-8094
29 GAU5.95 SCUBA DYNAMICS EXOTIC SPORTS (m-
20 GAL..10.95 SMM-P) Interviews On Campus For Immediate
Keypunching in my home FOIl accurate.One .
day service In moM cote. Call "2. Openings In Dallas TI Equipment Group
.wie 2060 (local) (m-20t.l37.c)

:t. CHECK OUT OUR MANY academy SLEEPY HOLLOW A boarding HORSE Form table riding*. Sign Up Now For Interviews July 7

Professional huntieat instruction
beginner advanced excellent We need 105 engineering graduates who want to

UNADVERTISED SPECIASLS! 464-3724 boarding -(m-15M54-p Maid w posture) 373-1099., become involved in high technology state-f-the.art

FRENCH, SPANISH ITALIAN tutoring.' design.development and manufacturing of.
Experienced w. children & adult ..-" electromechanical systems. Our products range from
Hour: hour.Background alto In tech.t
378-REEF MON Ml lOt I' Across per trontlotlngMCATOAT. 3770477 (m-5t.I54-) reg airport surveillance and airborne radars to missile
SAT 10 From JM Fields.
and control and electro-optical
Sun 1.S Preparatory course material, guidance systems.
MOI NW
IJtli St. ton,qualified Intfructton. Be ready for This work is in project teams with ample guidance
September tNt.Call J78-9752(m-It- 54.
P) from supervisory personnel but where young
engineers "come on board" fast and grow intoresponsible .

WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE? and ENGLISH Bindery book unique library, personally service and BINDERY thesis I named! for journal free call contributors quickly.It'never dull!!

estimates 373-8455-6 (m-I'-15209)) We need: -t',
RESERVED parking and waning tpeclal.
BS MS Electrical Engineering
full month $1500all day 7Scents' let u* -
make your car shine for 10.50 and up.
(Note: This column first appeared In newspaper circles over 13 years ago. Through the Compounding.51.15209)) BS, MS-Mechanical Engineering

blessing of God 42 city dallies and 6 prominent college papers are presently publishing the Hone Boarded-2 dressage rlngt-jumpe- BS MS Chemical EngineeringBS
column. Partial list of cities include Providence Tacoma Sacramento, Phoenix Tallahassee, large cool tloll -very close to wildlife -

Atlanta and Washington D.C. College papers are in Princeton Yale Vassar Un I", of Georgia preterve-frlendly 2026 much more (m-Ml-143-p quiet-SSOmo.) 481'. Industrial Engineering or .
University of Tem.....University of Oklahoma and now the Unlv.of Florida.) HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
Manufacturing TechnologyOur
BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICSIEARN
(NOTE: The following"Is reprint of the article that was in this column May 19. '962. FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLDonald jobs require U.s. citizenship.

Believing that God's judgements revealed In the Scripture passages quoted, and that the causes G.Pratt Director 373-3059 (m-fr. unable to interview on campus on dates scheduled
for which they ore sent are so evidently applicable to us "everyday and Sunday too" we are 143-p)
send resume to Ed Haines,Texas Instruments,
repeating It again.) HORSES BOARDED: Little
Prairie Ranch. Best feed a cart All P.O. Box 6015 M/S 222 Dallas,Texas 75222
"I.will also forget thy children Is there not something wrong with the young people today? facilities. 4 ml. from UF Roomy
Maybe some I light con be thrown on tee situation by considering this quotation for it is God tails $75, pasture S25. 374-471
Himself.. speaking. kp trying (m-5t-151-p>>)
s _. TEXAS INSTRUMENTSI
"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou has rejected knowledge. I will WIRED FOR SIGHT
also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou host forgotten The Law of Thy "The Eyeglass OPTICIANS Super Mal'UNIVERSITY INCORPORATED

God,I will also forget thy children r' Hosea 4:6. m SW 41ft Ave. 37S-44MO
Weigh these words! It Iso terrible message of judgement! Destroyed on account of "lack of ((m-fr-tsa-c)

knowledge"or Ignorance. Rejection and Ignorance of "Th. Low of Our God I" The results: they SCUBA CLASSES STARTING July 29. All An equal oMirtunity
stall be no priest to God and God will forget their children seeing they have forgotten "The Law ecu bo equipment provided. 4 open employer
of Thy God' Protestantism. gives us the true teaching of God's Word that every sincere water dive Fun, safe clo.....
believer is a priest unto his God. Have we not forgotten"The Law of Our God r' We "breach The So let e Service Repa In a Air Tom
Allen,Co-h on of Wild Kingdom.Alia n',
Sabbath" and destroy"The goods of God I" We mock ond scorn His Laws regarding the home Aquatic & Trail Center. Inc. 3448 W.
.marriage and sex relations. Our land Is lousy with murders, ond yet quite a number of our states Unlv 3739233. (m-fr-l54) '
have decided that The Almighty did not know what Ha was talking about when He sold:

"Whoso kllleth any person, the murderer shall be put to death -Moreover ye shall take no
satisfaction for the life of a murderer. ,which Is guilty of death: but he shall be surely put to death
-So ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are: for blood it d.fil.th the land: and the land ell Its) Ronclt&i .!mile
cannot be cleansed of the blood that Is shed therein but by the blood of him that shed it. Defilenot ,

therefore the land\ which ye shall Inhabit, wherein I dwell: for'I The Lord dwell among the The South's Largest Western Store, '

children of Israel." Numbers 35:3044.: WELCOMES COWBOYS COEDS

land I Is also filled-ollng.lylng and coveteousness. If this writer's appraisal correct

sven many of the laws of our nation and states encourage Its people to covet that which In.God's AND CITY SUCKERS
sight belongs to another Instead of teaching and urging them to take heed to one of the very first TOO.
lows of God to fallen man to live by "the sweat of his own brow." We are trying to run over .
Almighty God Himself I And in order to make peace with men who deny and blaspheme The God tevis FRYE BOOTS
we claim to serve we turn and make war on God himself I SHALL WE HAVE PEACE WITH MAN BY 1IiiiIIII f
MAkING WAR ON GOD AlMIGHTY? Was It.not Bill Shakespeare who sold: "What fools these LARRY MAHAN'SSTRAIGHT
mortal be!r' LEGS
SHIRT COLLECTIONBOOT

"My people are destroyed tor Jock of knowledge! What is your vocation doctor, lawyer CUTS

teacher sic? Soy you are a lawyer If you hod spent that same amount Of time on your low BELL BOTTOMS
ooka court cases. decisions. etc o. you hove on studying the Law 0' God and His ludg.m.nta, ,
what kind of a lawyer would you be? If a doctor what art of a doctor would you be If you had ) RANCHER
of The Creator
spent no more time studying the necessary subjects than you hove'spent learning ALL BLUE
of fie body "we are fearfully and wonderfully made" -and taking heed to the Injunctionand T-SHIRTS
their
"' ones vocation may be DENIM & \
invitation of The Great Physician to "Learn of M.? Whatever ,
success or failure doubtless depends on their knowledge of the subject' and their ability to make 1 100COTTON $298
of God lack of
or
application of some. But fail or succeed Is only temporal. But the knowledge
'It-has to do with our Et mal life or e..mol death I God says: "Cursed be the man that trusteth nmon. ALSO CORDUROY .
KNIVES BY BUCK
"
and"He that trusteth In his own heart Is a fool r' bebroken.
"Wh the Scriptures, they testify of Me," sold Jesus Christ. "The Scriptures cannot BELLS GERBER

." Search and you will find the Almighty pleading with you: would| fear PUMAAll
that they
them
"And The such an heart I In
lord sold unto me-O that there were
m. and keep all my commandment always, that It might be well with them and with their pants & CASE

children! foreverr' Deut S'28-29: available.
I I should, have
walked In ways
had my .
"CJ\that and Israel
my people had hearkened unto me The haters of The.Lord
lOOn subdued their enemies and turned My Hand against their odv.rlGrI.L endured forever. In new
should have submitted themselves unto Him, : but their time should have summer colors
WE BUY SELL,
"Oh that Israel I had walked In my ways' I should have
ond
my people hod hearkened unto me
TheLord
of
haters
... The
lOOn their a dv.rIG ri TRADE.GUNS
subdued Hand
against
their enemies, and turned My endured forever.
I should but their time should have
hove submitted themselves unto Him: I
of the rock should
He should have fed them with the finest of the wheat: and with honey out .

have satisfied th..." Psalm 811316.:

"ft. hearkened to my commandm.n"l ,
IOU'with The O that thou' hadst
lord thy Redeemer seed had
of the sea: Shy
then had thy been and righteousness as the waves .
peace 01 a river. thy 4821
been 01 the tond. Isaiah 481718. J vSTA
For the sake of the children we should not forget the"Law ofOur God r N.W. 6th 376Street -

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I 1 Ali gives Bugner business as ;. usua. 4 l 1 1By





MICHAEL SKINNER

Alligator Sports WriterTo 4'I'
A
no ones' great surprise,
Muhammad Ali waltzed Joe

Bugner around convincingly
enough" to win a decision In fC
their heavyweight ,title bout A
Monday night in Kuala

Lampur.
R
Although a few solid r
punches were scattered
throughout the 15 rounds the t J bt I ;
bout was predominately an
excercise in non-violence. Ali V OA ti rn 3 1I
trotted out his crowd pleasing

"rope-a-dope" manuver,
where he tucks his elbows in his
chest, hides his face behindshis
gloves, and pretends he's a
piece of furniture. :i S
BUGNER GOT tired of \ ''
hitting at Ali's "rope-a-
dope"" and came up with his

own version, the "cramp-a- x 1t
champ". Although he was less
successful at it than Ali, it k 'T' r
slowed the fight down con-
siderably. Fight fans were
treated to the spectacle of two ,
grown men bouncing blindly
about the ring like dodgecars. -

.
Or at least that what it
looked to me the closed-
s' circuit TV transmission at the
Great Southern Music Hall photo by John moron
was of extraordinarily poor FANS REJOICE AS AU BEATS BUGNER

quality. But I don't think it in unanimous decision at the Great Southern Music Hall Monday night

was their fault.
In the first place, try to .
A imagine the terrific odds right after Ali had turned
11 against broadcasting words Bugner around, the bell rang Ladner in God's Hall of Fame ; :

and pictures all the way from and the decision announced,
the other side of the world to Bugner climbed down

the complete satisfaction of through the ring-ropes and Clemente Prefontaine
an auditorium full of drunken gave a terrific little speech full joins .
fight fans, all ,of whom have of articulate boxing pointersand ,
paid anywhere from eight to English self-effacement,
twelve bucks for a ticket. It all so how:, do you figure? The love affair between New Yorfc Net forward Wendell
comes down to technicians, Muhammad All is thirty- Ladner and New York basketball fans came to a tragic halt F ROBERT KAPLANOPINION
-.. and sometimes I marvel about three years old, a Muslim last Tuesday when Flight, 66 crashed en route to Kennedy
the stuff that did come and the absolute best at his International Airport.
through. profession which is, in its Ladner, a man New York sportswriters described as "full of L
BESIDES, THE Great lowest sense beating up vigor and vitality" who approached the game of basketballwith
Southern had done these people for money. All these a "reckless abandon" is gone but ,Net fans will Debusschere landed Ladner in the doghouse.
tights twice before, with a facts are important in ex- remember the antics of a man who captured their hearts by THE SEASON ended on a dismal note as the Nets' were
perfect picture every time., No, plaining the results and giving his all.LADNER eliminated in the opening round of the ABA playoffs by the

indications were that the fault consequences of Ali's victoryover JOINED the Nets in the middle of the 1973-74 Marvin Barnes-led St. Louis Spirits ((4-1)). Ladner was one
lay, as it so often does with Joe Bugner Monday American Basketball Association (ABA) season. The Nets who vowed to return to top form for the 1975-76 campaignand
the telephone The in Malaysia.First return the ABA New
company. night Championship to York.
were floundering in the dregs of the Eastern Division stan-
microwave 'signal that had : Ali's age. Thirty- Ladner will not be able to fulfill his promise and his tragic
dings when Net General Manager Ray Boe dealt John Roche,
traveled all the way from the three may or may not be over death is but a sad reminder of'other tragedies that have
a 6' 3" All-American from South Carolina to the Kentucky
other side of the world the hill for a heavyweight occurred in the world of sports. ,
Colonels for the 65" Lander and guard Mike Gale
I couldn't seem 'to be able to boxing champion but it is Steve Prefontaine was victim of an auto crash in Eugene,
t As soon as Ladner and Gale joined the Nets began to
make the jump in one piece certainly getting up there. Oregon, following a victorious meet. Ken Hubbs. perished a
streak as did "Wondrous Wendell';. He bared his torso to
I from the Southern Bell antenna Debate will continue over little over ten years ago when his airplane plunged to the
for souvenir centerfold be sold Nassau
to at
next door. whether or not the superbly- pose posters ground en route to his home in Prove Utah.. Hubbs might
Coliseum home of the New York Nets.
Because .of this, the conditioned Ali who beat still be the Chicago Cubs second-basemen today if the crash
The item becamse best-seller the Nets fire.
a as caught
fighters when you could Bugner this week could whip did not take the 23-year older's life.
During regular season play they compiled a record winning
distinguish' 'them at all, the twenty-two year old IT WAS JUST two and one half yean ago, on New Year's
of.728 and followed in competition by
percentage post-season
looked like they were boxing Cassius Clay remember Eve when a plane carrying supplies to earthquake victims
winning 12 of 14 games en route to the 1973.74 ABA title.
underwater. 'him? who ambushed crashed. Before taking off the pilot was warned that the flight
i 1 I doubt if, there was that Sonny Liston. Ali wants to LADNER'S PLAY was instrumental in igniting the team might be too risky considering the overweight cargo. Roberto
,j was that much to see. Sand show beyond doubt that he and( was highlighted by a spirit of "high school enthusiasm" Clemente and his crew ignored the warning and attempted to
wiched between the "rope-a- was. is. and always wilt be the which became indicative of the New York Net brand of fulfill their mission and they too lost their lives.

:1 dope"" the '"Malaysian standard against whom all basketball. Sad reminders indeed, but the memories of such fine
Waltz" and the "Russian other heavyweight champions During the regular season Ladner received stitches aftera performers, echo into the future. Clemente's 1971 World
t. Tank" were brief moments of will be judged. mild flirtation with the team's water cooler. During the Series. Picture his rifle-like arm rocketing a ball to home
boxing. But alas no blood. Important fact number playoffs he engaged in fisticuffs with Virginia Squires Cincy plate cutting the runner down by a wide margin.

JN FACT, they were never Jtwo: : Ali !isa,,, Muslim.i\MostJ:I Powell and finally during the Eastern Division finals he had a Hubbs diving into the hole between shortstop and second
even close to a knock-out. Malaysians are' Musl m Ali bout with the scorer's table and knocked out radio' transmission base coming up with a spectacular back-hanjl stab of a
Only in the final round. when 'attracted huge crowds for*over 40 :Kentucky Colonel radio affiliated vicious line drive off the bat of ironically Roberto Gemente.

Ali went after' Bugner with stations/ /' -, Wendell Ladner hitting from "downtown" a 3-point goal
W{, some solid combinations did During the (1974-1$ ABA season the Nets and Ladner were with only two seconds left to send a game into overtime.
ti it look like Joe's brain might (see' page 27) not too successful. Injuries and a fight with a fan under the Remembering them as they lived is a tribute to their
watchful of former Net General Manager Dave and echo of
not longer be the boss. But eye greatness an their immortality.
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place wherever he went large even What's next for Ali? Before
by All's standards. Schoolswere his almost certain return bout
closed sex shows were with Joe Frazier this tall., Alt
banned the week of the fight. might visit ,Red China at the
: 'r1- Ali skipped training to pray in personal invitation of
is not } local mosques every Friday. Chairman Mao. When he
big enough NOT ALL Malaysians wins the title tight with(
s for welcomed Ali however. Overa Frazier. Ali might line up the
everyone third of the population :are chumps one more time before
: immigrant Chinese. and thereis 'he goes out in style: Norton,
Reserve a defmatc racial and Quarry. Foreman. maybeeven
now to be certain of Fall occupancy.eClosest .
religious rift between the two Bugner again.Or he may
sections of the country. just call it quits when he beau
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ac Master TV Antenna Dishwasher I were taken to protect Ali. And it's certain he will beat
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clear who the above names
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Ernie, that tantalizing team club: managed to snatch the a "Taco."
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'!\t- overrates and nicknames its victory. and Mexicans that would
way into your ear each Braves Perhaps the most offensivebit resent being called by such
,. game. That sanctimonious, of Brave broadcasting names. Would Milo and
Milo Hamilton and that comes at the expense of given Ernie call the first Polish
dunce-man Ernie Johnson.A names. Hardly anyone in a Atlanta player "Ski" or
few of their words are Braves uniform does not have "Stash"? Would they make
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Ernie. Garr, nick-name of "Road what's going on.
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