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The Independent /

F Florida Alligator:JULY 8, 1975 E

67. NO. 156 .
"'"olshvd-by Compos Communications Inc., Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University 01 Florida J

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.,I, '.. ,. cow pastures for hallucinogenic mushrooms may be a Few arrests are made for possession of the illegal psilocybir
-"f : summer pastime for area residents but it does have legal mushrooms. Trespassing citations are issued, though, wher
I consequences. mushrooms hunters are caught in a cow pasture without
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I I Trespassing can be punished by maximum fine of$1.000,
one year in jail or both, according to Gainesville Police
j Department Sgt. Mike Jones. See related story page three.M.BOR .

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'r I. By KEVIN BLOOMand I Ihe council also expressed the opinion that the student State University System for 197576.
buildings should be restricted to an on-campus site only. J.J. Daniel, chairman of the regents finance committee,
KEITH MOYER THE REGENTS WILL take up the student building funds forwarded the proposal, saying the responsibility for ac-
Alligator Staff Writers issue again during their September meeting. in other action countability would rest with the regents rather than
the regents approved the allocation of S 250.6 million in lumpsum the Department of Administration as in previous years.
JACKSONVILLE: proposal to conduct a feasibility funding for the education and general functions of the OF THE $250.6 million UF will receive 64,205,456.UF's .
!\iudyon the use of student surplus building bonds was approved -
by the Board of Regents here Monday. 4a. r
However no action was taken bythe regents on what kind
of buildings will be built with the funds. .
Regent Chester Ferguson of Tampa said, "I 1 am opposed to I
the further extension of student fees to pay for academic :;a.
buildings. .' :,.;,,' .: ,.. library, ,is
RGUSON; ALSO suggested that each university's shareof J I
enrollment.the total $50 million !should not be allocated on the basis of barely. adequate'

Regent Fred Parker Tallahassee said that the student r11
money was available for academic building construction but i Bryan r
that a precedent had been set in using student bond money
for "stuuent service facilities." for example, ihe J. Wayne
Kcitz Union. Library will have
He also. said that the funds would not make it 'possible to 5 ,
reduce student tuition or faculty salaries. J e<
RALPH TURLINGTON, state commissioner of educationsaid
his office will make comprehensive analysis of "the first fundina priority
total educational needs: - v r _--z.: ...... 'mJ'; ':
Turlington's office will present the analysis 'to the. regents
<>n.Jan. 20 1976.Turlington By KEVIN BLOOM from the regents reserve fund in the fall would be directed to
4 said that he was hesitant to discuss any specific Alligator Staff Writer the library assuming enough money is currently on hand to
recommendations for the uses of the building' funds.A cover all faculty promotions.
RESOLUTION supporting the regents plans to use UF's beleaguered library will( have first priority when. THE REGENTS maintain a reserve fund that is distributed
student funds to build student related buildings was additional funds are allocated by the Board of Regents next among all nine state universities on the basis of enrollment
presented by Apollo Visko. chairman of the Council of fall according to UF Vice President for Academic Affairs projections.If .
Student Body Presidents. Visko. who is the F I Iprida State Robert Bryan. Universities' enrollments increase unexpectedly the
University student body president, said that the council felt Blaming UF's administration for the library's "barely (see page eleven)
,that: !students should have :a decision! in what: will be built adequate"conditionBryan said Friday any funds received

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Senate to PARENTS-

Honor to

Alligator Staff Writer

The UF Student Senate is expected
final four bills eg;
approval tonight to
plan a trip to the CAMPUS:
new Honor Court rules of procedure.Last
Tuesday. Honor Court : (see O3 on campus map.)We
Bryon Petersen received permission conveniently located for you,
senate to continue his investigation of ;
cheating scandal using the new :
pending final approval of the bills.
ORDINARILY, Petersen would : ..
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wait tor second and final approval of ;!
before he could proceed under the new ? :
But in this case. Petersen was [
permission to continue because only ;i :J
remained before the 60-day f
limitations runs out and he can no < ':' .
any cheating charges.He .
said at the meeting that he has 22 ; : Yrafi
in which he hopes to file <:
equivalent of tiling charges.
procedure concerning witnesses, ]fy r
of evidence grand jury procedures I :
redefine cheating to differentiate 'f
cheating and provide for perjury
Senate President Art Aspinwall said
meeting that allowing Petersen to
under the new rules without final
approval was "somewhat of a railroad, i et t
is a necessity."
During last week's meeting the <
final approval to a bill adopting a new I ,". 'C

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In the face of opposition byGainesville's would
mayor Alachua ? SEAL PENNANTS AND
County Commissioner Jack and )
Durrance said Sunday the
county and city should
participate in efforts to securea until
mass-seating facility at UF. before .
Mayor-commissioner Joe t
Little said last week that the t t
facility should be built the g
through, state funds, with no briefed
assistance from the city. -
that ,a mass-seating facility UF's .. ..J'
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speak about air pollution on
'Dialogue' radio show tonight from (
p.m. For further l information call ; _,
Gunter 3779964.. '
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Graduate Business Association will
Wednesday 7 p.m. in Matherly Hall '' ,
12. Alonso ;
Contact Henry at -
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Mushrooms pose dangers for hunters users


Alligator Staff Writer . . . . . . ONLY REQUESTS for information about LSD ((61 calls)

There are two tpyes of psiloc bin mushroom Alachua could approach that number. Other drugs lagged far behind

With' visions of an organic high dancing in their. heads County, Copelandla Cjanescens and Psllocye Cubnsli. Both in incidence of calls. Corner Drug Store records show.

Gainesville rcident110ck summer are found on .or near cow dung. "
to urea cow pastures each
The medical effect on the user is uncertain according to
hunting the popular and-illegal psilocjbin mushroom: Copelandia Cyanescens have cone or bell shaped caps up to In research with synthesizedpsilocybin
I I.'/4 iches across. They are hite to pale bulled brown, growing
While arrest for of the administered. in there was little physical
possession hallucinogenic regulated dosages
darker in the center top portion. The gills (area beneath caps)
mushroom i is under Florida concentrations
unlikely law trespass violationsand damage. Howexer. field mushroom psilocybin
are gray to black. The entire smoothly-textured mushroom
potential medical I disorders pose dangers to mushroomusers. can be 2'/a inches tall. are highly variable and the user can not be assured 01'a

.- Psllocytf Cubensis are cone or bell shaped which flatten as "regulated dosage."

Two local varieties of mushrooms valued for psychedelic the mushroom matures. It also is white to pale brown. The Kimbrough warned that overuse of psilocybin could be

"I rip'" flourish in Gainesville's hot, wet summer weather. gills are gray to blackish purple. The cap grows to 3Va' inches physiologically harmful. Kimbrough said he is contacted at

FLORIDA LAW prohibits the possession! ot the psilocybin wide while the entire mushroom can be 5'/i inches tall. least a half dozen times each summer about overdoses and

mushroom which considered in the .same legal catergory of . . . . . . resulting physical ailments particularly stomach: disorders.

, narcotics as cocaine and LSD. Mushrooms have a popular following in Gainesville. In a KIMBROUGH is familiar with at least one local case in

But because there are hundreds of mushroom types and twelve month period from July 74 to June '75 the Corner which pyschological damage was a result of a psilocybin 4

only two contain psilocybin, identifying the hallucinogenic Drug Store was contacted 63 times about mushrooms, according overdose. A Key West man ate 16 mushrooms and eventually

mushroom can cause problems for both the mushroom hunter to Joan McGrew, Corner Drug Store statistician. required six !shock treatments to correct mental disturbanceshe

looking for a high and a police patrolman looking to bust a Three people brought in samples for analyzation. said.
successful hunter.

.Sgt. Mike Jones of the Gainesville Police Department said a

mushroom arrest would be "laughed out of court"* due to alack Cancelled classes cause pay cut I

of sufficient probable cause and the difficulty in
distinguishing the illegal mushroom.A .
PATROLMAN has By LINDA WISNIEWSKI No agreements in Carpenter's A "second allocation" of
no way conclusively determiningthe Staff
Alligator Writer teaching contract funds usually available to UF
presence of psilocybin in a mushroom without extensive
post arrest laboratory analysis! and would not have "probablecause" with UF were violated colleges to handle an
The will
be little
summer a
because only faculty members enrollment "bulge" was not
to examine the suspected mushrooms Jones said.
hotter for one UF associate the first time UF available this he said.
Sonic arrests are made in connection with mushrooms, this teaching at year,
speech professor year. are "guaranteed" a full-time The College of Arts and
however. Unless the mushroom fancier
owns a cow pasture, The cancellation of six often f
summer teaching Sciences, which contains the
the mushrooms must be sought on someone else's property. Speech (Sch) 202 sections appointment
Without the owner's consent trespass citations can be issued. this forced UF Carpenter said. speech department received

II' it can be prvcn that wildlife was removed (mushrooms students quarter into crowded CARPENTER SAID he i $644,000 this summer in
met with College of Arts and i faculty salaries compared to
picked) the violator considered a malicious, or first degree classrooms and cut intospeech
Sciences Dean Dr. C.A. and oddthousand"
$700,000 some
This misdemeanor is
trespasser! punishable by a maximum professors' salaries.
VanderWerf last week to last summer, V.M.
line uI'SIOOO.( ) one year in jail, or both. DR. RON CARPENTERsaid
discuss his financial problem."At Yellen assistant to the vice-
IF WILDLIFE was not removed the violater is guilty of he' expected to teach this point.I've got to president of academic affairs

second degree trespass! which carries. penalty of up to six three Sch 202 sections this put my confidence in him -- -. -. -

months. in jail a $500 line, or both. quarter but because of f (VanderWerf)," Carpentersaid RON CARPENTER said.The lack of funding and

Psychedelic mushrooms begin their life cycle: as dormantstores funding cutbacks would be adding he "reallydoesn't increases in student
released mushroom to UF teaching only one section. worrIes
| I! by a parent according know" what Van enrollment "adds to quitea
Mvclogisl! James! Kimbrough. Since Carpenter is teaching derWerf can do.Unfortunately. up
and "faculty members like problem Acting Speech
only one Sch 202 section, he
Thc with the animalsregu.1f
spores arc ingested by cows along for Car Dr. who would Department Chairman Dr.
diet. It is by reaction with the cows: intestinal fluids had to take nearly a 75 per penter VanderWerf sees mo Carpenter Edward Hutchinson said.
have been than
happy to
cent cut in his expected
(hat absorb the capacity for life.7'hc .
remedy."I "
summer salary. teach (more sections), At the end of regular

"live" spores are excreted ith the cows feces. Under The salary cut has Car WENT BACK to the VanderWerf said, adding that registration this summer

favorable conditions such as a heavy rain, the spores develop penter worried. Office of Academic Affairson "once the summer budget is there were 1190 students

overnight into mature mushroom. "AS A PERSON who ( the first day of classes) to determined there is nothingwe enrolled in the speech

MUSHROOMS have a !short lifetime. It is only a matter of might not be able to make his see if we could get more can do about this." department compared with

factors, including sunlight, rodents fungi and occasionally house) this summer, I'm but there were not additional "an unpredictable increase"in last summer. Hutchinsonsaid.

1II 1I1. concerned," Carpenter said. funds available. VanderWerfsaid. the number of students .

The only way the mortgage enrolled in speech and All graduating seniors were
For centuries has used mushrooms! as a I hallucinogenicdrug.
: man
payment'will be made are b y Summer funding cutbacks funding was down between 20 allowed to take Sch 202 if they
The I effects are similiar to LSD. but usually milder
) "dipping into my savings," he prevent the opening of additional and 25 per cent from ''last needed the class for
(depending on the quantity consumed! ).
said. sections for students year VanderWerf said. graduation. Hutchinson said.

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24-hour line 3781588PRESENTS

Alligator Staff Writer
Thirty-seven trees, the : "
largest a three-foot wide'oak, : 'ii; .
will be cut down later this .. .
month when construction ...'...'.
begins on general classroom '6 -

building The trees A. will be cut down 4 : O
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because it is not worth the ft
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and trouble
money to "'
transplant the trees, according : TonightLadies >
to Gary Koepke, o .
director of UF planning and ., .
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him when the buildingwas
originally designed two
years ago the oak trees were

diseased The oaks and dying. were anyway.dying Tomorrow Night: ZPut Z

because the construction of a
parking lot around the trees c and m mZ
injured the root system your glad rags on come on
Koepke said.
The only tree which couldbe Z Drafts..15c Highhalls..25c
transplanted successfully > 0
a 12-inch wide live oak, has C
already been removed and All Night Long!

transplanted, Koepke said.
NOEL LAKE, superin- Jay Stone will host a live broadcast
tendent of and con
buildings -
grounds said the tran --Ph tbY |oe skipper WGGG Come and be on the radio! i
splanting "can be done" butit >
would cost more than it is most are dying anyway a
worth and would be taking a opened June 27. Drake's bid It-will contain 30 classrooms w Z
chance with tax payers money of $5,739.249 was $178.000 I with a capacity of 40-45
because it is unlikely the trees less than the next lowest bid students each and three I Liberation
would survive. by Tuttle White ConstructionCo. teaching auditoriums ore of
Lake said the average cost!
of transplanting the trees 300 and two of ISO capacity.
would be$500 a tree but that THE FIVE STORY starting Thursday
some of the old oaks would building, the largest When completed, sometimein night
cost more because of the classroom building on June 1977,the building will
necessity! of heavier equip campus will be built in the replace building E and
ment.'Drake Construction was block between University Anderson and Peabody Halls DYNAMITE DISCO DYNAMITE DISCO CYNAMITE DISCO
the low bidder when bids were auditorium and the HUB. which will be torn down.

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/ chased Poncho Villa in MexicoHi*ln

. > security guard remembers past 1

By JOE MORAN I didn't care'nothin' about killing anybody 1
Alligator Staff Writer just didn't want to get killed myself."I .
was young and I didn't care. I had
Quitman McDougald, a stable sergeant in gotten to be a pretty good marksman. I didn't .J>
the Alabama cavalry was one of the men care to kill anybody, but, I didn't want them
called on by President Woodrow Wilson to killing me.
chase Puncho Villa through the mountains of "WE NEVER had no roads down there.
Mexico. We just went through the wilds all the way
Today, at age 80, he is protecting a down to San Antone. And there were a lot of .
Gainesville bank from latter day bandits. wolves and coyotes and snakes andjackrabbits. n ynYbr
Though McDougald's Mexican exploits are We really preyed on those
nearly 60 years behind him he remembers jackrabbits. I imagine we killed, God knows
them in amazing detail. two or three hundred of them in eight days.
McDougald standing near his post at the "We never did eat any of them. We had
Sun Bank where he is a security guard told some Muscogee Indians along with us, they
his story: might have cooked one up once in a while.
WILSON CALLED the Alabama national "That was the most interesting part of
guard,the cavalry, in June, 1916. I was just a going across there, shootin' them coyotes and
poor oP farmin' boy then. We reported to them rabbits. Not those Mexicans. I didn't 4
Pickett Springs. That was later changed to give a damn about them anyway."I ra 'b'0
Camp.Sheridan. WAS there for let's see, seven, no 11
"I had a cousin who was a colonel in the months. That's how long I spent down there.
cavalry, he was a vet. They had to have a vet Then I decided I wanted out of the cavalry. I
along for our horses. We were shipped via rail wrote for my daddy to come down and get me
to Nogales, Arizona. That took about two- out. He did, and my cousin, who was the
and-a half days. colonel,said, "That's okay,but as soon as you
"Then from Nogales to San Antone by get out, you're gonna be sent to France.' .
horse. That took 43 days. It felt to me I had "Well, I had never heard of the conscription
gone 5,000 miles the way that saddle wore on I didn't even know what it meant.
me. 1 had to take care of 57 horses and 57 So I decided I would join up with the .
riders and all the equipment for them. engineers. When I left there, I was shipped n ::; ,
"Not but about five of 'them had ever back to Pickett Springs which was called 5'. $ItECUii
ridden a horse, but after 43 or 44 days, they Camp Sheridan by that time. ...
had a chance to learn how to get a sore butt. "Not long after that the cavalry I had been : ,.. .
"WE DIDN'T meet any gangs of the with was changed to the 77th field artilleryand '" 'IV
Mexicans. Maybe see two or three horses sent over to France anyway. "
together or see some of them footback boys "FROM CAMP SIIERIDAN I was joinedup ..
guerillas behind the rocks. Sometimes we'dsee with the 37th Ohio National Guard and ... ''' .
one of them fellas with a sombrero stick shipped out to the Hudson River by rail. .
his head up from behind the rocks and take a Then we stayed at Camp Merritt. That was
!shot a him and he'd disappear. I didn't ever the first time I ever got to see New York. On I\i. 1"- '
go around to see if I got him because there June 7 or 8 we shipped out from Hoboken for r .
could have been two or three more back there 14 days at sea. There were 11 transports anda : y
uaitin'. battleship with us. We put in at Brest
(France). photo by John morarto
"We'd give the ones we met hell because we QUITMAN MCDOUGALD
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By 1 don't believe the inspection manpower,
inspectors we have, are being utilized to
EDITORS best advantage," he said.,
three-part ,series ARE concentrating on some areas
substandard then completely ignoring other areas and,
Today the importantly, they are getting very picky
progress small, rather insignificant violations
When former there are monstrosities that are ,being i 41KENNEDY
Butler ignored," Butler said. "To me,
by housing something wrong."
the door to a Emma Wright, who lives at 1039 S.E.
Gainesville's St., the corner house in what is known as
And he Quarters," something' is definitely

eyesore in the .
"Pickett Quarters" is a group of eight
"I'VE shacks owned by T.H. Beville of

has said 'sic 'em' located at the 1000 block of S.E. 9 ..:w.' J -
Harold results."I HOMES photo b* i john moron I

The mayor to Wright and her six children is a one of Gainesville's housing developments .
had been to his bedroom wooden tin-roofed shack that
casional leak in her kitchen and the abundance policy," he s..id. "To do every house in the t
times for what pays $ 47.50 per month to rent.
of roaches. city would require a doubling or tripling of
significant paint came off the exterior walls long She said the landlord is around in the the staff."
stripping. and the wooden planks that make up the winter but then heads north in the summer to "THE NEIGHBORHOODS which are
Butler are cracked, rotted and termite infested. escape the heat. He is not here now, she said, primarily surveillance neighborhoods are the I
Ramsey to interior walls are visible through the and the man he I left to make repairs has not ones with a high percentage of home owners,"
of several .
areas done them. he continued. "There's a presumption thatthey're
Inspector John back porch, constructed of wooden THIS HOUSE which has been standing for going to take care of their property."
inspectors were is rotting and the planks have come 30 7 1971 The 'follows
some years was last inspected April inspection program a rotating
efficiency.SIX Some of them can be removed leaving a is divided into
during the first cycle of the inspection system whereby the,city sec-
large enough for a child's leg to fall
program. tions and one section is inspected each year.
but Butler said Wright's plight is at the root of But because of the rotating system, the
borhoods. Four of children leaned on the pole
my the problem. better neighborhoods are not the only ones
been inspected ( the porch) and the pole fell off,"
"They are re-inspecting an area that which are not inspected on a regular basis.
Later Butler Wright said. supposedly had just been inspected while "THERE'S some businessmen in this
of the survey's only other complaints are of an oc- there are some areas of the city that have community who are building these shacks,
never been inspected at all." he said. such as Pickett Quarters, and they aren't
IN THE ORIGINAL inspection plan being inspected," Butler said. "They're
:> M'JW approved by the city commission in 1965 on (inspectors) looking the other way."
recommendations from the Plan Board, only "I'm very concerned because some of these
27 of the city's 95 neighborhoods were to havea houses are owned by absentee landlords and
programed house by house inspection. businessmen in this city and I question
The neighborhoods were those with a whether somebody is being nice and letting
high percentage of tenant dwellings. The things slide," Butler said.
inspection program began in the student "It's a peculiar thing," Howze said. "Whythe
neighborhoods after. a "year of race" for mayor took the attitude to throw this
homeowners to comply with the code. whole thing into the air I don't know but we
The remaining 68 neighborhoods, mainly were in the area of Lincoln Estates where he
those developed within the last 15 years or lives, he had a violation on his house and we
with a high concentration of homeowners gave him a citation."
were to receive only a semi-annual windshield "THE HOUSING BOARD now has the
inspection. matter under study at two levels," Ramsey, a
HOWZE EXPLAINED that a "windshield board member, said.
inspection" means the inspector drives "First, how to put the inspectors into the
through the neighborhoods looking for ob- community where they will do the most
vious signs of deterioration. good," he said. "And secondly, how to use
Otherwise, Howze said, they only enter the administrative process to the best effect."
those neighborhoods if they receive a com- No matter what the results of those studies,
plaint.. Howze said, "there is bound to be some'
Carl Opp, director of off-campus housingat hardship in a program like this."
UF and one who helped draft the housing However, he said the housing code and
code, defends the present inspection policy. inspection program have solved more
"Let me put it this way, it's a practical problems than they have created.,

f l
UF students urged to seek m

good off-campus housingBy

move in, have a third party inspect the unit
Alligator Staff Writer and record the defects and deficiencies.
Not pay any money until you have read
and understand the rental agreement and the

mow, VW.ter The black and the poor are not the only establishment's rules and regulations.
ones who suffer in sub-standard housing in Not rely on oral promises particularlywhen
Gainesville. they are made in relation to a written
Students also may be suckered into living ,in, rental agreement.
sub-standard dwellings by the low rent, Not sign your rights away under con
according to Carl Opp director of off-campus tracts which attempt to avoid a landlord's
housing at UF. responsibilities under the LandlordTenant
MANY STUDENTS assume that a low rent Residential Rental Law or the Gainesville
means economical housing Opp said, but Housing Code.
they do not take into account operating costs, Avoid an "as is" clause in which the
inconveniences and discomforts from living in tenant agrees to take the dwelling as it is or a
a sub-standard dwelling.To "net tenant lease" where the tenant agrees to
avoid being trapped in sub-standard pay for all repairs up to a certain amount.
housing the Housing Division at UF suggests OPP WARNS students to become aware of
students should their rights under the Housing Code and the
Inspect the unit in detail during Landlord-Tenant Law to avoid legal hassles.
daylight hours. ACCORDING TO JOHN HOWZE, chief y
photo by John moron Make a detailed condition and inventoryrecord housing inspector, complaints about housing
UNSANITARY CONDITIONS of t the unit and give the landlord a will be investigated by the division even if theyare
litter clutters only available play area copy. If conditions are really bad when you not currently inspecting in that area.

. f1.The Independent florid Alligator..Tuesday, July ". "If7S



all indications, it's going to be a long hot rr
But that's not surprising, summers in
Gainesville are generally long and hot. Even after

the sun goes down,. the opressive heat has been
known to hang over the 'city for hours.
With this summer's record enrollment more i
students than ever before are living on or near

campus. Many, having no access to a car or other
transportation will sit out the evening heat in air

conditioned rooms while running large electric

bills or under cold showers. /
Last week the Student Government Activity and

Service Fee Committee voted to allocate $948 to

extend the operating hours of the Browaad area

swimming pool from it's present noon to 6 p.m., to

11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. 101
The allocation partly came about because a

security guard got tired of throwing nocturnal

swimmers out of an unguarded pool when he

believed the pool should be open to them anyway. ofir took

We agree.
The money will go to provide life guards for the

extra hours. It is perhaps a small gesture, but

opening the pool at night will make it a little easierto

get through a hot summer. As such it is the kind

of student service SG should be attending to.

We hope the senate will agree and vote yes .
tonight on extending night hours for summer Does UC shower serve students ?


Who knows, some of them may come back

again next summer. "You want the what?" the shorts, a Miami Jai-Alai T-
University College (UC) SHARON ALFORD shirt red slaps, and a dirty
secretary asked me, eyebrows bike pack a dead giveaway?
edging over the rim of her No reply, so I scurried off to
glasses. STAFF. Wit WINGS take my shower in what I now

while we're spreading out student activities "The key to the shower," I thought must certainly be an
answered matteroffactly."You with funds from the UF article said the shower was for interior decorated shrine to
money. we would like tp put in another plug. know, the one Dean Office of Administrative bikers who got hot and sweaty clean bodies.
Times have been tough of late for the Florida (Bob Burton) Brown said Affairs. -. and well I'm hot and Imagine my amazement, if
Quarterly. students could use." As the lady laughing hungup sweaty." you will,to find one plain tiled
Unlike the Alligator independence has not been She let out a laugh and the phone, she directed me Christ, Lady, I though to room with one plain metal
kind to the UF student literary magazine that has reached to dial a number on to the UC executive offices myself, I'm only asking for a shower stall and heater, and
the phone. where a stern-faced, middle. key to a dumb shower not one slightly beat-up chair. I
in it's eight history won national awards for
year Pause. aged woman greeted me witha the Executive Wash Room. was hassled over this hole?
excellence. In the past the Quarterly has earned a "Hi you won't believe snappy "Are you a Hmm. or was I? Were they afraid I'd ripoffthe
reputation for demanding, and getting high .this but I have someone here student?" Columbo's wife stood up economy size bottle of
quality prose, poetry graphics and photography.Since who wants to use the.shower.Yes "Of course I am," I replied, and said, "Wait here." Suave shampoo sitting on the
it was cut loose from the Board of Student that's right the somewhat taken back by her Where else? twenty gallon water heater?
Publications in August 1973 as a result of a shower." abruptness.A After a quick conference I Or was it the half used bar of
Well, I thought as she third-degree followed in would have loved to have Ivory soap that concerned
decrease in funding the Florida Quarterly has just talked to the fire fashion of heard with
unseen party rapid worthy another unseen them? (Dean Brown's)?
managed to avoid the fate of it's sister publication looks like I'm the first studenton Kojak. party, she returned with key I stripped down and
the Seminole. and has barely survived with campus to ask for the key "Are you a new student? in hand. Surprise: it's not lathered up with my own bar
piecemeal funding from the UF Alumni tb Room 349A. The room Are you new this summer? gold plated. of Camay and contemplated
Association and the English Department.In which Dean Brown requested What do you want to use it "You can use it only if you spending an hour in the
and received $720 to for? Where did you hear show me your student I.D.," shower.
the last however the has
year Quarterly not install a hot water'heater and about it?" she said. Hey, this shower is great I
published at all. shower stall for student- I hadn't realized "it" was a That again. thought. I'll be squeaky clean
Tonight the Student Senate will vote on whetherto faculty biker commuters. secret. I pulled out my bright pink for my Art 210 class. Too bad
allocate 59.970 to the Quarterly for the next The shower room was "No, I'm not a new student summer quarter fee card and more bikers don't take advantage
previously an unused. and I'm not new this summer.I coquettishly asked,
year. If the money is approved, the magazine. "Don't I of this.
bathroom in Little Hall. It heard about it in the look like "
a student? After all, it was built for
which is sold in
local bookstores and
usually on
was redesigned last summer Alligator last The After
quarter. all, aren't short ,. them. Wasn't it?
campus will be distributed free to students.

Considering the reputation the Florida

Quarterly has earned in the past, and it's inabilityto .

survive financially in independence we believe The. Independent. RonCunnnM"rn[ Tom Shroder '
the investment a. justifiable one. The Senate Editor-In-Chle' News Editor

should OK the money. Florida Alligator .

And let the Florida Quarterly live again. .
a Douglas Hatch Mlndl Kelmanlll .
t1t.ICr:1t .
\- M l \ '
Managing Editor Layout Editor
Utters must: ae '
Be typed signed double-spaced and not exceed .'

300 words R.A. .Tony'Kendior . . .... .. ., . ....... ... . . .General
e Not be signed with a pseudonym. James V. Cook ". . .. . ... .. ::. ., . .. .. ..Assistant General Manage Published by
e Have addresses and telephone numbers of M", Evelyn Best . .. .. . ;... .\' i::.. .. .. .... .. .Administrative Manager AullIont (." 11....'.. r I.u.n.n.p1U.n.. ("..
writers.Names. Anne Malphurs..i. . "."" ... ... .. .. .. .. . ,. . .Bookkeep'
will be withheld only if writer shows just C. Roy Shipp . '.' ., :.> .. ., ..t--p-., .. .. . . . .. .Business P.O 10. t3266 University
cause The editor reserves the right to edit all letters for Tom MocNolY'oro . .. . Manager- Station Gainesvill FIonda with.
a. 0';' ., . . .. . . . Accountant '
space. Roy Mr G..,Jr. . . ; .. . . . .:. .. . . .Advertising offices behind the Collpe Inn
Writers may submit longer essays columns or Utters Susan Mosley . . . .'.. . . . . . . .. .Advertising Manager 1721 West University Avenue.
to be considered for use as "Speaking Out'column.. Jim Esposito. . . : .. . . . . . .. . . . .Production Secretary Business Office phone: 9764446.
My writer Interested in submitting a regular column is Glenda Martin I . . . . : . . . .Circulation& Classified Manager Editorial Department976.459..
asked to contact the editor and be prepared to show Manager Advertising and Production
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Broadcast na student : Cutbackssinkflaashio i

'-' V .

EDITORi I have had it. fall of UF. .both in my and professors in order to get The overcrowding has. THE HEAD problem is no noisy fans to bring in.
Enough crap has tran- mind and in fact.. enrolled in a required course? contributed to the unbearable compounded by the shut There is just hot, stagnant air.
spired at UF to almost MY TIME in University A broadcaster should be ableto conditions in the studios. down of the air-conditioning Students and teachers are
complete the erosion of my College was farcical enough, get broadcasting courses. Five"or six warm bodies and a facilities. Sound studios do not the only things that reactto
faith the institution that but it was in "upper division" Now doesn't that make plain hot control board make a 12'x not like windows because heat. Electronic equipment
brought me 'MOO miles, in that I realized the extent of sense? Not at UF 13' room mighty un- when air comes in. .sound is very sensitive to
the name of superior my mistake. Talk about The over-crowding has also comfortable. follows. In order to maintain temperature.

education. jumping out of the pot and frustrated the teachers, who I was prepared for the an acceptable degree of Equipment failures amountto
I came to UF as a into the fire. are totally unable to give discomfort by a teacher who silence the studios have relied' over four per week duringthe
broadcasting major on the First came the over enough personal attention to recommended class 'on 'ventilating systems. summer, cutting available
advice of my high school crowding. Do you think I the students. The broad- preparation of "wearing a T- When the ventilating facilities by 25 per cent. .in
counselors and the school'sreputation. came 1,100 miles and paid casting faculty is excellent. It shirt, shorts and take a systems are shut down to an already overcrowded
The fall of 1973 out-of-state tuition to spend is the university ad- shower before class if economize, there are no situation.
marked the beginning of the three days talking to deans ministration that fails them. possible.'" He was serious. windows to open. There are BROADCASTING is a

very technically oriented and
one does not learn much by
staring at a fried control
The regular classrooms also
suffer a two-fold problemfrom
inadequate ventilation:

EXPECTINGSHOW -? First.. there is simply heat.
Lots of it. But broadcasters

WHITE( ? develop tolerance to a heat remarkable prostrationin

the studios. Second, the
classes located in
are a
__ T54',1"J/ ii3J building underneath the
football stadium stands.

This joke not-withstanding,
the classrooms overlook a
busy thoroughfare North-
South drive. With the

i windows open the noise from
the street immediately belowis

f some unfortunate
students to sit next to the
,. windows. It forces teachers to
in i yell to battle the traffic,
usually with minimal success.

W'' I A 1 am not paying $13 a credit
r hour to learn how to read lips.
The department has a
uhf / grossly inadequate operating
budget. There are not enough
s funds to replace badly worn
record needles. Such
"trivialities" become major
& problems when there is not
enough in a record groove to
keep the arm from skating all

the way across a record. Yes
it happens in Florida's FIRST

Journalism building needs. funds .. ,University, or whatever you

; ,. ;., want to call it.
,I The 'solutions are obvious
and simple, and these are justto
'1. meet marginal standards:

alumni should pledge support The equipment''operation of in ventilation the

I studios is essential. As it Is,
4 the cost in human and

EDITOR: Re: July J.. stadium quarters are no Professor Horance G. (Buddy) paper and, will also want to and bench mark of its ac- mechanical terms is simplytoo
Florida Alligator Davis Jr. help. | great.
longer adequate to accommodate : complishments." STUDENTS CAN and

creates"Deteriorated building conditions needs." I the ever- Well. I ran back down that Dean Weimer said it well: SO, FELLOW Gators, will endure the sacrificing air-

. enjoyed Keith Moyer's expanding college. Dean I 15-year-old memory lane too. "As alumnus make your tax deductible gift conditioning but only if the
story an
Weimer had me there so I you are part section of North-South Driveis
but the last And Buddy was right. But. asI of payable to "The University of
paragraph seems the (college's illustrious
to indicate the College of decided to write a modest I remember it, he did most of history and the base Florida Foundation; Inc.: ", closed during regular
Journalism and Communications check. the hassling haranguing and compose P.O. Box 14425 Gainesville, campus: hours. This road is
the continuing strength on
has the laughing while I. and my Fl 32604. Indicate it is for the not a major artery.Enrollment .
( financing second which the college has been
THEN I read a
fellow mates in his "good ship journalism building.
for the new building pretty with 'DeanWeimer's built. You'and other fellow
enclosed "
letter limited while
JM 301. provided the lip. awaiting new
well completed. and other literatureon graduates are the keepers of
and I whoever expanded
biting tears. mean
the JM Building!! Fund. heard of a 50-hour take its traditions, preferred Howard Hall An adequate realistic
There. is still a sizable need stockholders of the enterprise 1962 graduate
for additional private home final exam? operating budget is a must.
"Dear Howard: The
Whatever inadequate
donations to the journalism
modern say to raise money facilities there are, must be
fund. I refer
building to
for a new building. I found, is r maintained. '
letters I received I"steek on Weimer went on' to give .
(this wry subject. to run a finger down a list of excellent reasons why I. and The Independent These actions are essentialto
alumni and single out those other Florida Gators should '. the survival of the School of
\ou remember on the help with a new building for \ Florida AlligatorRick Journalism, not to mention its
"During the last t two years. presumption of course. that the college. Such compellingreasons NAB (National Association of
UF' and College of Journalismand they remember ou. 1 did that I made the first Broadcasters) accredidation.I .
Communications have: that. And it realh; was a trip check an initial installment ofa ,Gory Bolonoll I have learned that Floridais
been down memory lane with Sports Editor! Asst. News Editor
conducting a campaign pledge cohering the next basically a giant pre-
for funds to build the college little tid-bits remembered threeears.. historic: lakebed. I'm afraidto
.1 new home." began!! a letter hassling haranguing lip. John Moran note that at this point, off
from Dean Emeritus of the biting, repartee laughter and Photo Editor in the distance I can hear a
Journalism College.!! Rae O. c'cn'tean.. And really. in 1 am writing The Alligator Flagship,slowly settling in the
Weimer. "You, know firsthand retrospect it wasn't that bad. knowing there are many other -... slime and ooze.

that the football w.w it?", wrote Journalism Florida alumni, '.'who" read. .this. . . . . . ,' .'.' . . . . . ..A. . Kyle.YorkTh.'ncl .
> . .

t Florida Alligator Tiwtday July t. .
: ,. ,11751 j ,

,M .. "We felt we had
.l" '. '
;) :
',.:, "" I
been infiltrated"

-Edna Saffy

."t' ,' ," ,

Frustration rumors mar t

Women's meeting ,

ByTERRISALT "This Tribune could not pass legislationand
Alligator Staff Writer could take no legal action," Saffy said.
Therefore, the 10,000 women attendingwere
Frustration may not have been on the frustrated by their inability to get things
agenda but it was the result of confrontationat done. Saffy explained.
the International Women's Year world "THESE WOMEN are activist feminists"
conference in Mexico City, according to the Sally said.
local delegate to the conference.; "They didn't go down to listen to panel
Edna Sally represented the Florida and discussions," which Saffy described as "non-
Gainesville chapters of the National political. non-controversial, mundane and
Organization for Women conference held dull."
June 19-27. Furthermore Sally said men held the key
SAFFY BECAME ILL in Mexico and positions.
returned home early to continue work on a Opposing factions at the "chaotic"
doctorate in arts and sciences at UF. Tribune, Sally said, included "developed
Sally explained the conference consisted of nation against developing nations, socialists
(two separate meetings. One was a United against communists, blacks against whites,
Nations meeting which only designated and right against left.:.* I
delegates could attend. RUMORS STARTED claiming Gloria
The United Nations meeting attempted to Steinem was a CIA agent, and feminist Betty aka!
"formulate a world plan of action" prompting Friedan was accused by the Latin Americansof
"equality development and peace," according "manipulative tactics." "The Americans were most interested in A MINORITY of the women were
to its stated goals. Saffy said Friedan only tried to organize the political survival while women from the dissidents, she said.
THE OTHER MEETING,live miles away, women so they could present their grievancesto developing nations were fighting for food and Although they had no common languages
was the Tribune, made up of men and the United Nations meeting. physiological survival" she said.
there "was a sisterhood" and "bond offriendship"
women with and without invitations, not "We felt we had been infiltrated," Saffy Saffy,who attended the conference because"I
the women representing
representing governmental organizations.The said. explaining the confrontations and wanted to be a part of'the woman's 123 nations among she said.
Tribune's goal was to set up panel rumors were not "clearly internal problems." movement on an international level," said
discussions, which included such topics as PERHAPS THE CIA and foreign govern- that in spite of the problems, "It was "Sisterhood is power and sisterhood is
nutrition and population. mental agencies were involved, Sally said. beautiful." international." Sally added.

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I> CSEF Wins Major I Victory i

: The Career Service Employees Federation (CSEF),AFT: AFL-GO, recently scored a major victory in its successful 6.

. defense of Mary Heuer. Fired arbitrarily by the University last fall, Ms. Heuer was reinstated by the State Career .

. Service Commission to her position at Shands Hospital on June 12 1975WITH ALL BACK PAY AND LEGAL 6




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. Ms. Heuer e
. 0 Collective bargaining will prevent arbitrary firings of career service employees.

: Collective bargaining means guaranteed due process far all career service employees. :

. .

: Career Service Employees NEED Collective Bargaining 0

. .
1 D I would like more information abCS ; I
: : : ::

: SUPPORT CSEF Dl 1 would like to join CSEF. I II I

Dues are 33.00 month for salaries under $6,000 1
. 1 34.00 month for salaries $6,000-8,000
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-.. tm. IN I B ttiMrTII mdlmmutIUIllllltlUUlt1: Independent' Florida Alligator,Tuesday July& 1975'Pag.:XV:"
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chr OFF REihnp.r'1 T11i'PFWHiTERPROBLEMS Library

deraw.wv+s Ktb9htetunche. 0'.n + ?
{esaurr3 +,e mbrmat b .:veSNUFFY (Iron page ouet
GERocc ''t s We've got all' the answers .
regents allocate the resne to help universities meet com
SaUs-S.rvlcSuppliesLeas. mittments.
.* p res Aug. 22, 1975 r Gerald Schafter UF administrative consultant. estimatedU
will\\ receive$250.000 to$350.000 from the fund.
ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS EVEN THAT AMOUNT will likely,fall short of solving the
: SYSTEMS problem."Allocations.
724 N. Main 373-3359 to the library hate been meager for the past

,,. 17 .Vnivtrsitr, I ,n'mno_.._.. __............. ..._HHtHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllll.... .............................. .._.... ............. three \ears." Bryan said. "and it shows in terms of volumes"
available and the number of new publications required.
Bryan said the poor quality of the library is no reflection on
the staff rather on the university administration which has
"ignored the problem for the last three years." ,
DR. ROBERT HANRAHAN, chemistry professor at UF
concurred with Bryan's priorities saying UF's library facilities
order on disaster."
'hI first Hanrahan compiled an in depth analysis of library: facilitiesat
UF in 1970. comparing the collection to "every major
! "
university in the country.
f Hanrahan said his findings revealed UF's library to be
t approximately. 33rd in physical !size and 50th in number of

\olum HANRAHAN s. SAID for the UF library to reach
"respectable standards"' budget allocations need to be
i sail on EartliShOll.: doubled for a number of years. ..
t "This year's allocation will be about 5600.000.Hanrah.,1'. .
said"and that library" needs to get at least $1.6 million to get
back on its feet IO''!'
In a memorandum to President Robert Q. Mansion
February 7.. 1975. the Committee on University Libraries

.." ........ reported. "the, state of the library continues to deteriorate
under the pressure of more !students inadequate funding and.
sing prices."
"TilE MOST you could !say lor the UF library is that it is
Sabot. Style 160.* mediocre." Hanrahan'!said "and that is ridiculous for a
$26.50 major university."
sale Price $19.90

Quarterly to be .

} MocToe. ,
vel Style 150.*
; $37.50 published soonUf's
/ \ ., Salt Price
$24.90 literary magazine. the Florida Quarterly. which has.
not been published in almost. year. will he printed on a.
regular schedule next year if funding for the magazine i is
approved. by the !student !senate tonight.The .
I Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee i
recommended an allocation of S9.970 to fund next .year's!
Florida Quarterly issues.! !
MICHAEL SKINNER, editor of the quarterly said the
magazine has temporarily overcome funding problems and
will have an issue on !sale at. the end of !summer or the
Ott beginning of fall quarter.
of x Funding for that issue was made available by the Alumni
.Et Low Hoot.Style 130.
Association.! Skinner said.
$24.90 '.. If funding is approved by the !senate the'quarterly will be
sale Price distributed free to students upon the presentation of student
identification he said. In .addition the circulation of the
High lluot. magazine will be increased from its'current 1.600 copies per
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Alligator Staff Writer .. ., ,> "'I' J
Pecking orders exist not' ;. .. .. ... u, ltO"'w ; ,'
only chickens but ''r ". : '
within the UF administration: : -t. .' ; ; : ,. ? /
the amount UF Faculty and : r :(" :::4.J ')
staff members can spend on ..J"t ,
office furniture is determinedby FURNITURE EXPENDITURES
rank. I .allowed costs vary forprofessors s
E s f administratorsphoto I
ian spend more money on JT
office furniture than anyone
else,:\ at UK because he "has .'
acquired a position of more T, 'i' :
responsibility and as u result! ,::15 ; "
entitled to just a tad ,bit i tJ'. .. ;' '.:
more" UF Division of s k ;
Purchasing Director Harry !
Baumer said. .',
That "tad bit more" is
$1.350 more than faculty, -..... __,e, ...",. .:' :; i
$700 more than department or people on a "comparablelevel" are approved by the Regents, by John moron II : .
chairman and $400 more can spend up to $1,800 he said. _'. "'" _..__.. ... l. ".. ......-.., '" '
than deans. on office furniture, he said. Each UF faculty and staff '(Y' :. : 'J., "t'm!>;<"
"Let's look at it DEPARTMENT member is allowed to buy ';',; 1 "$If.,
"one of each" of fur- tp 'd' e 1 ,itIf' .1
w philosophically why CHAIRMEN, directors or piece t, .
wouldn't the president of a people on a'"comparablelevel" niture, Baumer said. I
university or the president of can spend up to $1,500 THE PRESIDENT'S
the nation have the same on office furniture, Baumer OFFICE has not ordered
furniture as his subordinates? said. additional office furniture in
I can't answer that any more the past 14 years. Baumer
than you can," he said. UF faculty and staff can said, adding no one at UF has
BAUMER SAID he spend up to $250 on a desk "unneccessanly" replacedany
doesn't feel the regents or up to $250 on a bookcase, up furniture because
(the state "has gone over to $200 on an executive swivel "everybody is conscious of
board" in setting up the levels chair, and up to $125 on a overexpenditure for trivial
of expenditure tor office side-arm chair, Baumer'said. items during the economic
furniture. THE REGENTS establishthe crunch." I
The president. vice- different pieces of office Currently, there is a
presidents, or people on furniture that UF faculty and "freeze" on the purchase'of
"comparable level"can spendup staff can buy. The furniture new office furniture in UF's
to $2.200 on office fur price limits for faculty and Education and GeneralE
niture per year Baumer said. staff are set by the UF officeof ( and G) budget Baumer W71 X
Deans. department heads. Administrative Affairs and said. photo by John moron

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By KENNETH KERSLAKE school funded workshops or ateliers for artists.
UP Professor THESE WORKSHOPS have provided extensive technical '
I by Gallery currently has on display through August resources, expertise and services for artists that might not
hay, well be one of the year's most exciting Arts ReviewPerhaps otherwise have involved themselves with this art form.:'
There are advantages and dangers to be encountered when
ipory Graphics from the University of South the aesthetic values reside in the artist and the technical
bank" contains some reflection of everything you competence in a printer.Both are evident in this show.In .
|or have ever heard about the decade of the Sixties. j my opinion, however, the good far outweighs the bad.
lEER PLEASURE to wander among the Warhols, surprising to those not closely associated with the One of the workshops mentioned above is the ,U.S.F.'s '
,rgs, Rosenquists. Oldenburgs and Stellas, and if field of printmaking during the last ten years the number of "Graphicstudio" where, a number of the prints in this
[ever seen one in the flesh here is a rare opportunityto ways artists have found to bend, mold and cut paper into exhibition were produced.
face with some of the major talents of the three-dimensional forms, to employ vacuum formed plastic, MARSHALL NEW, former assistant director of University
and to introduce the photographic image into their works. Gallery made a sensitive selection of these 45 prints from the
voices are here too some of whom have devoted Among the major names in the exhibition. I would total collection of the U.S.F.'s Artbank. Roy Craven, directorof
siderable portion of their energies to the printa recommend Class Oldenburg's "Tea Bag" from the "Four on University Gallery, brought us a superb exhibition. I'm
printmaker. I ,am particularly impressed with Plexiglas Suite"; Robert Rauchenberg's "Tampa III," a certain you will find it both interesting and exciting. ,
rch's crayon lithograph "Untitled" 1971,,with its lithograph college; and the same artist's "Tampa Clay Piece If you feel the need for an, appetizer or a cordial before or .
ulations used to express the serenity of light on 4"; as well as Warhol's "Mao-Tse-Tung No. 5"; and James following this feast for the eyes, you might be interested in a
the soft beauty of the litho crayon on grained Rosenquist's "Music School." small but quality exhibition of UP faculty artists in the
I limestone. THE GREAT ABILITY of these artists transforms Teaching Gallery located on the fourth floor, west end of
int has a simple direct honesty that is appealing.her common, commercial, and newspaper images into an Building C, across the courtyard.The .
works of the printmaker group that should bet aesthetic experience,and in this case a print experience.Allan Teaching Gallery is open from 9 a.m.to noon and from'
are: Paul Wunderlich's lithograph "No Angel," D'Arcangelo's serial print "June Moon" makes a I 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday. University Gallery is open '
I artist's usual magical imagery and offbeat sense ofnd strong satirical point with its large round Gulf Oil sign rising from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.weekdays and is located on 13th Street in
carry forward the tradition of social comment from a, darkened landscape and Frank Stella's large the Architecture and Fine Arts Complex.
with Goya's "Disasters of War." serigraph, or silk screen, "Referendum'70" retains much of
}RINT more than any other art form, has a historicalof the bigness of his even larger paintings while adapting itself Students now apply --;
social commentary although this is not par- beautifully to a graphic form. may
[evident in this exhibition. On the other hand I felt that Tom Wesselman's "SeascapeGreat for University Senate seatThe
otional. power alone. I don't think Nathan Olivera's ( American Nude series)" is, little more than a
can be beat. reproduction of his paintings, Ernest Trova's .1969 serigraphis Student Senate is currently taking applications for UF
d in 1963 it still carries great weight, and in my flat and diagramatic, carrying none of the exquisite beautyor students interested in being a delegate to the University
one of the standouts of the show. profoundly frightening sense of dehumanized man so Senate.
MUCH QUIETER vein, but strangely similar tos charactistic of his highly polished sculptures, and Applications are available in room 305 of the J. Wayne
Michael Ponce de Leon's small "Eternally Yours," Rauchenburg's,"Janis Joplin" is almost lost in craft., Reitz Union.The Student Senate will vote on the applicationsin
I on its accompanying card as an"Inkless Deep Plate Since 1960 there has been an almost,explosive growth bothin two weeks.
bossment," making it essentially a sculptural work. the public's interest in prints and in commerical grant or The elected delegate will serve until Jan., IS, 1976.

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New Dean Joe Sabatella University

I Looks at Fine Arts FutureJoseph :; Produced by tHt Digest Division of Iformula
J' IIo! f.- ... .. III ",bII lou nvktf to costal*
Icttt official not tett A important
J. Sabatella came to the Univer- .
mformtttoit to "IUII'''''.faculty-
sity of Florida in 1959 to teach drawing and i Florida
slot, tl the riiftitr# of
design in the Department of Architecture.In .
1966 he became assistant dean-and in
1974 acting dean-of the College of Archi- '
tecture and Fine Arts. d1iULLaiL1L 3 ---r
Everyone naturally assumed he was an
architect.He .
is actually a painter, who works in
oils.And he is pleased to be back where he
can participate directly in the arts.
Sabatella, who looks as if he should be
directing football scrimmage instead of ..A
faculty meetings, has been named dean of
the University's new College of Fine
Arts-one of two colleges emerging from a
recent division of the College of Architec-
ture and Fine Arts.
"There has always existed an invisible
division between the buildings arts and the
fine arts," says Sabatella. "Now that
division, has simply been made official."
"Architecture provides structures for
physical comfort. The fine arts light up
the dark corners of our emotional lives."
Sabatella believes man Is'intrinsically
made up of many ingredients, including EL
imagination, "But we tend to address _
ourselves to pragmatic needs such as .o.cs
nourishment and shelter and do little to 1--- a
better satisfy our aesthetic needs."
Dean discusses for recently-established College of Fine Arts with department
He says the new College will attempt to Joseph Sabatella (right) plans
remedy that neglect. chairmen! (left to right) Dr.Donald McGlothlin, Music Department; Dr. Eugene Grissom,Art Department; and Roy

"We go to people with plays, concerts Craven, University Gallery.
and art exhibitions or the audience comesto
us," says the 44-year-old Sabatella. now hanging in public and private collections his wife and children. baseball-pitching Clarissa.
"We should be creating a participating in England as well as the United "People always look at the house and And in between those two sit 21-year-old
audience.We should be enriching lives.We States.A want to know what generated its form," mechanic Steven; 20-year-old college stu-
should covet enlightenment.Therefore, we Guggenheim Museum judge chose one says Sabatella of his home which has been dent, professional baseball pitcher aspi-
will explore, and hopefully discover inno- of his paintings as the top award winner at featured in publications. ,"I simply designed rant Joe, and his twin naval reservist
vative ways to involve further the studentsand the 1963 Arts Festival Six-Southeastern I it from the dinner table out." Mike.
public in aesthetic experiences." Regional Show. And what an enormous dinner table. Joe And 18-year-old professional motorcycleracer
He says he uses the term ,"innovative With his cash prize from the award, and Ruth Ann Sabatella feed eight children Fnillip,16-year-old"dirt bike" racer
ways" because statewide budgetary re- Sabatella bought an acre of land in at every meal since all the kids still live at Tom and 15-year-old Mary-a hospital
straints will require considerable creati- Gainesville and put his, architecturalskills home, from 22-year-old truckdrivingJohn "Candy Striper" who Just lettered in high
vity on the part of the College's staff to do to work on a very special house for down to 13-year-old horse-loving. school track.
all the things he envisions.

"Creativity a remarkably and imagination enjoyable can play produce for Promoted Faculty Salaries Due Decision

ghetto children, but it takes money to get .
the cast and the props across town or
across the state. You don't get very good University of Florida faculty members who have been non-faculty members get their promotional raises? Increases for
miles-per-gallon when you're burning promoted will receive pay increases in September, but just how Career Service and Administrative and Professional employeesof
creativity alone." much is still undecided.The up to 10 per cent have already been approved
., Sabatella said he will spend his first few Budget Committee Wednesday delayed until today final
months sitting down with his department action on a recommendation that faculty )members promoted to 2. Should 12-month faculty members be given proportionately
:. chairmen and faculty to discover their assistant professors receive $500 raises,' those to associate higher increases for the extra two months they work?Not counted
"innovative ways." He has so much professors,$700,and those to professor, $1,000. That was the raise in comparing 12-month with 9-month faculty is the, one month
respect for his faculty he makes some high level proposed by Executive Vice-President Harold Hanson at the vacation given 12-month faculty that 9-monthers do not get.
claims. recommendation of the Faculty Educational Policy Group. Vice-presidents had originally recommended increases of$300,
,: Sabatella has inherited veterans as Members of the Budget Committee raised two questions they $500 and $800, but the new faculty advisory group called for the
chairmen of the Music and Art Depart- hope to have the answers for today: higher level.
ments .,'.Donald McGlothlin and Eugene 1. Will the level of promotions recommended for faculty leave The Legislature prohibits salary increases for university
Grip .1. Interim chairman of the Depart-. sufficient funds in limited ,raise money to make sure all employees except those who have received promotions.
nv of Theatre will be Dr. Eugene Hooks.
if we wished we could have the largest
j notor,.aphy program in the country- Career Service Outstanding Graduate
because of the reputations of some of our
faculty,"Sabatella said. "Jerry Uelsmann ._ Candidates Sought
is known around the world." t
"Our Music Department activities get :. { Ffn G .I Members of the University community
more exciting'every day. We have
.. may submit nominations for the outstan-
attracted teachers such as Veronica Tylerof 4'1 ,J l ding male and female leaders of the

the New York Opera Company. And .. .. summer quarter graduating class to Dean
Gary Langford's jazz ensemble just toured -
Rumania. .... Student Services Tom Goodale, 129
Tigert 'Hall through Wednesday. The
"Mike Doyle, recently judged top actorin awards are given quarterly at commence-
the United States in collegiate competition Bindery Worker II High school, plus two years experience. Salary: $5,387. ment by the UF, Alumni Association.
is a product of the Speech Depart- Lab MachinisVMechanlc II High school, plus four years experience. Must know Nominations should be made in writing
ment, from which our Theatre Depart- welding. Salary: $8,498. and contain information corroborating the
ment recently emerged." LPN'i (all areas) >Must be licensed or registry eligible. Salary: 6451. nominee's leadership ability. No
If Sabatella wanted to brag about the Art Medical Transcriber II High school, plus one year experience.'Must have 35 wpm grade point average Is required. specific
Department and its fine professional typing and have taken medical terminology test. Salary: $5,971. '
reputation, he could even mention his own Painter High school, plus three years expenence. Must nave plastering experience. FlIIII's
work. Salary: $7,725.Registered '
Holding both a Bachelor and Master of Teaching Nurse IIFlorida license, plus two to three years experience. Rnf )
Fine Arts degree from the University of Salary: $9,855.UpholstererHigh. U1JW U ....J
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"Three days out of Brest, our transport had the before
hole rammed in it by a submarine, and we really scared they landed. I was never "Harry Truman was. I, think, a captain: and tied it around me. When I got out of
during that. there. He was the man that kept us tied downin there,all I did was wash it out.' "I came

,ere left to sink by the rest of our convoy.ey . . . the trenches by shootin' so low that we back in August of 1919. I saw pictures didn't
. .
couldn't take .us on any of the other couldn't get out. I don't know if I ever met look like anything we saw. The real war was a
Ihips because they were full to the top. 'We'd give the him personally, but I remember that voice.We'd lot worse. But I was young then and I didn't
ones call: back and say 'How 'bout raisin'your are.
"When the ship was hit I felt I had found fire so we can get up out of here.' and
burying ground. I just sat there and he'd 'stay down, of bitches. I'm
ny we met hell say you sons : "When I came to High Springs 1 could
with me was thinkin' '
Everybody ,
those damn Germans.
gonna get have bought all the land I wanted for 50 centsan
I hear I
loo. You could everybody praying.
II bought, 'this is it. Never get to go back to because we're "Oh hell yeah. I voted for him. I liked him acre. It sells for $1,000 an acre now. But I
I because he old Truman. thought That land'won't ever be worth
(Alabama. Never get to see Mama no more. was just plain
Franklin Roosevelt the best nothing.' That foresight just isn't as good as
We were out there without a tree to look at. was probably
But they lowered a plate over the side and expectin'somebody speaker I ever heard, but Truman was the hindsight.

welded it on from the inside. I tell ya', it's a .probably the best at talking because he wasn't .... -. .- -.aaaaaa.- .. .. .. .. ._. ._. ._. ._. ._. ._. ._. ._. ._.
do 'damn'
good feeling to rise in the water after going fo away afraid to use a when a was
needed."I .
though that. with 'But .m'y. ambitionnow ;
. . . . us. .
- - was always kept on KP because I was

ee e . . e such a character. I got to be a corporal is to' live to
Then I becamse in ,. ,.
peelin' spuds. a sergeant
'I got hit and Sgt. the engineers and went to work building see threecenturies
"When we got there, we put our stuff up in railroads. We had a few trains shot into, and
Banks who stables built by Napoleon. Those French sometimes we'd have to stop them because the
wasa ,
folks believe in saving things, you know. We they had torn up the tracks. ..J.
slept in the fields and it rained all through
19th the
fireman off the June, July August. September, October, "We'd have to get out there and rebuild the ,
November. Then it started We tracks under fire. Workin' under fire is '
snowing. slept and the 21st.
Itt Southern Railroadsaid in the mud which was a good feather bed. something tough, let me tell you.
. . . . .
:x: : "Then we went to Navarre, France and "They always told us that when you got into - - - -

B 'McDougald then north to Belleau Wood must southeast of battle, the fear would leave you, but it never "But my ambition now is to live to see three
9 Paris. We stayed there for five weeks, and I did. centuries, the 19th the 20th and the 21st. I've
your guts is out. went into battle with the Ohio 37th. It was a just been a happy-go-lucky person all my life.
bad time. About 75 per cent of that outfit was "WHILE I was there, I got this wound? on I reckon that's why I lived so long.

I did first killed. my head where I got hit on the head while I "Just now I'm having the best time of my
never get was working on a rail line. I also got. life, and that's why I think I'll live to see three
"THEY HAD me diggin' trenches there. I bayoneted in the stomach. I got hit and Sgt. centuries. But everybody can't live always
aid for that. was told every morning, 'Bro McDougald, Banks, who was a fireman off the Southern and everybody can't feel good always. .
keep your head down until you can get two of Railroad said, 'McDougald, your guts is out./
them, so we'll be one ahead when they get "YOU CAN do a lot of fool things in your
J 1. . S S . e . you.' I heard that every day. It was 1st Sgt. life and you can do a lot of things you wish
"OUR SIIIP was a mail transport and itaas Banks that told me that, and he was a tough I never did get first aid for that. That's how you had done more of. But whatever you do.
pretty last so we were able to catch up to son of a gun. He'd tell me that every day. tough I was. The sergeant just set my shirt be cheerful."


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(a-1t-156p! ) Cyclery

FOR RENT Sales & Service on
% A LTIY roommate in four bdr. house ne sec own All makes of bikes 7:30-10:00' PG
room 58. mo. rent + util. call 377-
4395 (b-2t-156-p I )

Own room In 3 bedroom house for rent 4
Paul Newman
$60 for remainder of summer qtr + 1.3
Unisex.. x utilities. 1 14' blocks from law school. Call
::* 00 The 2:00Drowning : >
2 373-0036 (b-5l-156-p|)

room for rent summer quarter, 2 br furn 4:30:
Hairstylirig; apt $97.50 + 'Vi utilities Viscoya apt No. 7:30Pool

9 call 377-8962 after 10 p.m or. 378-2651 10:00:
3112643v before 6 p.m. (e-5M56p) 1 Day Service Call

r ., .i iCharlie's ,- female roomate' wonted starting fall $46 L. 377.BIKE PG
mo, '/ utilities, Univ Gardens call Carol
378-0723. (b-1t-156-p)

1 or 2 roommates' to share 3 bdrm.tame
Chicken for the tummer. Beautiful, specious, air C
is delivering cond., quiet neighborhood $52 per 0 I

month. 1431 NE 17 Ave. Come in person
(b-2t-156-p) C

2 bedroom 1 both duplex In quiet area

Friday July 1 11 1 close to campus cent heat and air,
married couplet only. No children or
pelt $175 per mo. 373-0966 after 5 p.m.
(b-Si-156-p I )

... 8:30: pm Room for rent summer qtr. I block from LuiiI

. r 'Tigert $80 mo. Include utilities 1125
5W 4 Ave 378-3309 (b.2t-155.p)
Union North Lawn Hornet for Rent Buy: one, get 1

3 bdr home Avail Sept 1st

RAIN DATE: SATURDAY 'Vi blk to UF 4 vocanciet
377-0992-1062 2 bdr-$123-On lake Avail Sept.'

Over 50 listings for Sept.
United Real Estate Aisoc. Broker
113 NE 16th Ave.

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deposit, and lease required call 373- giant, large or medium pizzaat
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after 5:30: pm. Weekdays anytime, $4000 dollars in stereo many extras Ph. 373.8345 including. University Ave (i.fr.153.c) ENGLISH library and BINDERY for freeestimates ... Starters
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Roomate Wanted waxing special
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own rm In 2 bdrm .
campus, 3 bedroom duplex 175 opt S75& futilities for lost containing prescription glasses. full month $15 00 all day 75 cents let us
July &
THERE'S MORE per Aug. make car shine for $10. and SERVICE
month and block up.
from need
utilities Coll 373.9700 campus Call Charlene at desperately) call 378.6300 or .
.." TO .SEE WITH (e3tl53-p) 373.7436 (c.3t.154,p) return lo 140 Norman (I.3t,153-p) Compound (m 5t 152 p) COUNTY
Horses Boarded ALACHUA
( One or two female roomotei needed! loshore roommate for 2 brl/t' bath in the pines found. TENNIS RACKET at Norman large coal stalls. close rings lo wildlife lumps-
CABLE TV two room opt option for fall near pools tennis, court etc.$105 I month and '/ Courts. call 373.5922 la Identify (Ml155 preserve.fr,endly and quiet.$50mo. 481. Generator Service
med cir Summit House opts call now I utilities' call dennis at 373.7777 (c-St-1 154- .ne) 2026 much more (m20tl43p)
marcia 377-3408 II (t.5l.154, ) pj) _
p NW 8th Ave.
Lost 508
oiHJ'JUTV : gold ring with garnet birthstone HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
Male Grad Slu to share 2 bdr. opt Male Roommate needed for furn 2 between towers t norman tennis courts BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAl
Channel 'A wea'ner Piccadilly $103. + util Poolside bdrm. opt close to campus ac, pool. Reword Coll Linda 392.7657 ((1.21,15S-pl I ) ABIUTY.STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETIC* 378-4011{
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tock tunnel EKhange UPI 2 FM stations on PjOwif) 2402 (c 5<.153,p) |lost 372.3099 (I.3t.I54.p) ) Donald G. Pratt,Director 373.3059 (m.frI43p r. :.. .. .. .. .. .. . . ". '''J
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rations y on the FM band.UNIVERSITY I '/t" utilities close lo campus call 373.2684 rings' old |jewelry, etc confidential, Coll FOUND: Bicycle, lock. Calf Professor WIRED FOR SIGHT :
(c5ll54p) OZZIE 373.3894 (c 18t.153, "t at1cbal
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TELEVISION CABLE CO. furnished trailer, SERVICESlaundry 1s SW 4th Ave 378.44W'
10 _
minutes from c
522 N MAIN ST. rl' must hove real estate license (mfr 152-c:)
university Central' AC$50 month plus /i" Salary + service lei us wash, dry, fold
utilities (((10.15 month) call 376-1641 ext Assoc Broker commission United. .Real.state your lojndry 24 pound Includes free J SCUBA CLASSES STARTING July 29. All
377-6973 (e 41 155 scuba .
315 ask for p) equipment provided. 4
tony leave name and delivery save on dry cleaning too open
number (c'2l.156.p) ART, ART ED. female over 21 with auto Norge laundrymat and Drycleaners 2108 I water dives Fun, safe classes NOW LEASING
for fall 2 girls to matter bdrm for part time ART LETTERING job 25 hours SW 13th St. ((1-101.i '156-p) Soles' e Service. e Repo irs e Air Tom
occupy at 3
per week in afternoons Must have hodexperience Allen Co h all of Wild kingdom. Alia n's .
bdrm Oak Forest opt. $754\ ulll I each FOR FALL .?
or Art 'If Aquatic & Trail Center: Inc. 3448 W
2 pools 2 saunas bus to Call lettering course. you were raised on only child help min e
laurl at 373-9188. (c.3t.156 campus,p) Apply. .at 1226 a S. Main it 12.5 pm. (Ie. psychology project 5 minutes of your J Univ. 3739233. (m.fr-154.c)
4i 154 p) time over phone only. Call Vicki Tues Experienced certified Instructor of Color TV in every opt
C' r Thurs. Before noon I :J78.4375 (|j-3t-1 156Pj swimming also special certificate in .Ofl' street parkingIndividual

.' NEW; :/'s USf4Orh. ClassifiedsMIKE'S AUTOS ) Instruction of handicapped Openings bedroom
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co..c..It. .s shocks. -brakes:-starter Recent"' Inspection : others that which he doth not wish for .;
-wim....1..."...Y. .m1ST Good condition, $600 3789442 himself Bohal Writings (I-It.156-c) eFumished.Gas
sm Tsa011(14111/ before 3 30 p.m. (g.5t.156,p) reward offered for LOST brown CON- Grills
TACT LENSES In tiny black case Please ePool
Bookstore Pipes 1968 Dodge Charger 383 a c, power 'leave message for cathy at strictly folk, :
J 466-3340 M H Tobacco steering, automatic. radIo, tapedeck, 3730617. Lit I 153-p
ShopDowntown good tires. excellent condition, $1400 SHDP
?I 2 blocks
Clean lost mole ETCo | only to campus
378 3674 after 7 pm (g.5t.154.pl) is shepherd black white IJ
silver markings 1 lint' old call 373.9260 I
HO Si I M. M.F' 1965 VW yrs
bug Immaculate, 74,000 miles,
Reword ((1.4t.I54.p I ) ,
377-2236 914 SW 8th Ave. 3787224AEEVUUAN1AT
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t600.lller637J.8'106.( (a.41.155.p) Professional huntseat 'instruction
CALCULUS ]1 63 OLDS 88 automatic transmission, beginners, advanced .excellent n
I power steering power brakes. needs boarding stalls w. pasture 373 1059.
work. $150 call Sue, 3764746 nights 466-3224Im.15t.154.pl( )
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from the preliminary I Sat. even 7 to 9 378.7131 (|.I7t.154.p) per hour. Background also in tech Area. \'FREE 8

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Calculus and the
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372 7008 after 5 ( .5''.,54
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Florida Alligator / s CRTS

Pag It, Tuesday July ll, 1975

I Ggtors 'putting fell apart at NCAA's I

By JEFF ADAMS uncharacteristically high. No one at OSU course letting up. nine shots back of co-tavonte,
Alligator Sports Writer The trio of Denny Sullivan, could believe what had But there was to be no such the Wake Forest Deacons.It ,10
Andy Bean and Phil Han- happened, but there was no luck as the tourney officialswere was actually not a bad
"We're in trouble!" cock, all bucking for Ail- getting it back and Bean intent on getting the position to be in. The Gators
Those were the first words American honors, had shot knew it.BOB. round complete. And they had been behind before duingthe
UF golf coach Buster Bishop 38, 39, and 39 respectively.When BAILEY and Ben did, but not until early the year and had made
uttered to this reporter when the day was over Duncan came in with fine next morning as the 30 unfortunates brilliant comebacks every
arriving on the scene for the Hancock and Sullivan had rounds of 73 and 74 who had the late time to grab the victory. Winsat
first round of the NCAA golf gotten it. together finishingwith respectively, despite a two tee times completed their the Southeastern Con-
championships at the Ohio 73 and 75, but Bean's hour rain delay. rounds beginning at about ference championships, the
State University (OSU) golf troubles worsened. After The rain was so heavy and 6:30: after having finished in Houston All-American' and
course in Columbus, Ohio. having played the back nine long-lasting that there was near darkness the night the Chris Schenkel showed
THREE OF his Gators, first,he arrived at the par five some hope the round wouldbe before. their come back 'ability.But .
who had gone off with earlytee fourth hole and proceeded to cancelled. Andy Bean was SO AS things stood at the perhaps the one thing
times had already made take nine. Yes, a quadruple even said to have been doing a end of round one, the Gators that played the biggest role in
the turn and the scores were bogey nine. rain dance when it started were in third position, only the Gator's downfall was
a Ii Bean's opening round 79.

: .,. Senor thematchmaKer THROUGHOUT THE
. Arregul
year he was good for a roundof
par or better nearly every
This week I hud the privilege of interviewing Senor Jose time he teed it up, but when .quadruple bogeyup
Arregui. who is the Player's Manager and Matchmaker at the JACK DIAMOND \ he came in with 79 it seemedto and
Ocala Jai-Alai fronton. It is his job to set the post position or put added pressure on his victory was still
line-up lor each game, and also decide which players will be JAI ALITESHe J teammates that they had not number one in their minds.
paired with one another. It is interesting that he arranges experienced during the BUT IT WAS just not in
these matches a week in advance to meet the program season. the cards as they fell to eighth

deadline. Things did not get any place, 26 shots back on
Anyone who frequents the Jai-Alai fronton knows that post went on to say that luck still plays its part. For example, better in the second round as Friday. Nothing absolutely
positions 5 and No. 7 have the most disadvantage. For during the Saturday matinee, Tello and Asis II (subbing for the, Gators dropped to fifth, nothing had gone right for
instance,il'the No. 7 team does not take an early lead, there is Javier 11))came in first place in game one. However, the same some 16 strokes off the them all week with the ex-
the chance that'they will not get on the court again. This is team.with the same post position, finished third in the very Deacon's pace. Ironically the ception of Phil Hancock who
due to the system! of Point Rotation, otherwise known as next game. fourth hole spelled disasterfor shot 69 to jump into con-
I Round Rubin. In this !system, as each team loses, they sit ANOTHER PROBLEM Senor Arregui faces is scratches in yet another Gator as tention for the individual title.
behind the last! losing! team,to 'form a revised lineup.TO the program. While chatting with some of the players in the Bailey ,took an eight. He But as the old saying goes,
BALANCE this !system or at least give some teams a locker room 1 witnessed Arri hobble in and Arregui went into managed to rebound from it "when things go bad, they
lair chance to win the matchmaker not only matches the action assigning a substitute which had already been selected as he played the next fourteen really go bad" and typically
players.l but he decides which teams will play. in the "difficult" earlier in the week. holes in one under par- enough the wheels fell off for
|post posilions.I !. In essence Arregui aids in balancing the odds, and insures finishing'with a 77, but once Hancock the next day as he
These I post 1 positions! 'are usually assigned to the powerful both players and betters the fairest matches. He stated that again this hole had done some shot a 41 on the back nine
players and l favorites. Senor Arregui stated that he tries to he works for and against the players by giving each team a fair ,irreparable damage. after charging to a 35 on the
make each team. equal,(meaning that sometimes he will put a !shake. Not all the players agree with Arregui, but then he front side to finish seventh.
strong: front man with a weak backcourt man) as well as give simply shrugs and smiles. The team held a solemn
each team the 1 post! position he 'feels they need. An analogy And should you be wondering about Senor Airegui't meeting that night and See Golferspage
might be the example of putting a fast dog on the outside qualifications, you can rest assured. He has played several although they were obviously
(track position. !seasons in Tampa,as well as in Spain and Italy. downcast they had not given ( 20)

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courses. For information and details

FILM FESTIVALTHE call 392-1655 or come by Room 330, WORKSHOP

Astrology. I J ,., ,
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Belly Dancing ,*: ,.."r., ; ';""'i. '"' ... ,.,,,,, ... '
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Construction JewelryCrocheting _: .': ,t'"r'. ,
Featuring the preparation
of Salona (Sweet and sour
Crafts for Young People (Ages 11-14)) Turkish fish with
Embroidery 11 vegetables) by Violet
Figure Drawing of Barael.

Grow Your Own (Organic Gardening) !'
Guitar 11

ROSF TATTOOThis HandbulldlngKids WED. JULY 9
Crafts (Ages 610)) ,
it the story ot Anna and Burt a .
tempestuous widow and her trwckdriver Painting !.
lover .- and their sweet and stormy Quilting 1
romance The film stars Anna Mognanl and Quilting 11 7:30: p.m.
Burt Lancaster and was directed Daniel
Mann. RecorderSondpainting t?<,r- Saturday, July 26 7:00: p.m.
and Terrarium Construction
TUES.. JULY 7:00:9:30: : : Yoga 11 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union BallroomTirkpt
tv- Reservations
2ND FLOOR AUDI Home Bartending si'os' heron July' 7th af me 392.1655 to hold"qul aUo"
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o' is not big enough

He was a hell of a guy.
s for everyone Oh you probably didn't LOU
know him.He was just one ofa

\Reserve now to be certain of Fall occupancy. who thousand split his athletes gut but at was UF BRANCACCIOIOPINION

hardly ever mentioned in
Closest to Campus iFully Furnished print.
.Master TV Antenna .Dishwasher UNLIKE THE Tony
ac Pool, Sauna Laundry Facilities Green's and the Andy Bean'shis have found him at a local
name would arouse little lounge in the Cin City sectionof
1231 S.w.3rd Avenue HOURS: interest if it were mentionedon Gainesville, You could .
the UF campus.He have found him there, that is, r
.. FRI. 10 A.M.to 5 P.M.
graduated this past until the properitor threw him
372-3557 spring and is now sitting on a out permanently one night for
l Some of the friendliest people In Golmtvlll .. J lifeguard chair somewhere on doing back flips off of the
the beaches of New York. tables.
He's probably laughing right HIS DOOR was always
Sound City'sSPEAKER now., He always laughed.He open if you happened to be
was a diver on the UF passing by the house he had
swim team for the last four rented in town.. .One day
SPECTACULARCONTINUES years. When trouble eruptedon someone walked in and
the squad last year, half walked out with his $300
the swim team quit. But you camera. He was understandably
could still find him slicing the upset that day
water with a variety of good but not entirely because of the
Now 'through July 10, 1975 dives. stolen camera. He had just
NOT GREAT dives mind taken some pictures of friends
:' Cost and Cost Plus 10% SaleRECTILINEAR ," you, just good dives.. He was who had left Gainesville for
never an Olympic hopeful but good,and the film was still in
when the temperature dippedto the camera.
35 last January, you could On yes, his name was
ESS MODEL NINE MINI 3 still see him cracking the ice Gregg. Gregg Callaghan.Don't .
List 19900 List 109 ea.NOW$145 at UF'S'' antique watering look for it in the record
hole.At books because it won't be
one point 'during the there. And don't listen for it
NOW $73 swim season, the squad hadso in a conversation on the
e few swimmers it couldn'teven basketball .courts at Florida
field a relay team at.an
away meet. He volunteered to gym.Gregg will be. missed. Not
KLH MODEL THIRTY-TWO AUDIO-ANALYST A-200 swim. He hadn't swum because he was a great
List 12500 per pair List 259 ea.NOW ., competitively in five years but athelte. Simply because, likeso
'i i he gave it a try. The relay many other athletes, who
team came in last. never.. see their name in
NOW 72 $ 159ESS Out of the pool,you could print.-.he was a hell of, a guy.

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NOW $79 NOW $ l59 '. .i'i
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,final round 69

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The biggest problem on the HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS COSMETICS
golf course tor the entire
Gator team all week was
putting. It !seemed every
moment you'd turn around
grimacing over a lipped puttor
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one that had come up --- ---
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