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,f The Independent ,
t' ." THURSDAY; .:

Florida JULY" 10' 1975. '

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Last week the United States turned 199 years old. UF
has been around in one form or another for 122 years of
that total
This is the first in a series of three articles tracing the
history of UP from its shaky beginnings in a small three
room school in Ocala to one of the nation's largest
Today's story looks at the surprising exploits of UF's
founder, Gilbert Dennis Kingsbury, who came to Florida
under an assumed name, petitioned the state for the
: Seminary and was later dismissed as its principal for
f M Q ... having an illicit affair with the music teacher
\ I: It follows UF's growth through the Civil War, the move
to Gainesville, up to the turn of the century when the state
I legislature was gathering plans to change the entire
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Page 2."Independent Florida Alligator Thursday July 10. 1975

Students favor s U dAM t

new classes or U r, Y :

reduced tuition i The students were told before being
questioned that due to revenue from
student tuition money a fund of approximately
$50 million will become
= for construction in the
By KEITH MOYER available State
Alligator Staff WriterIF University System. $14 million of this
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amount will go to UF.

given a choice between classrooms and university activities __ They were then asked to choose
center a majority of UF students would choose -- between-the following two options:
classrooms I 1)) Would you like to see these fundsgo
according to an Alligator survey.
for the construction of
More than 56.5 per cent of students questioned in the a university
activities center composed of
telephone survey last week indicated they believed the SI4 -- mass
seating facility an
million UF may receive from student building fund reserves
complex and a theater for the
should be spent on academic buildings rather than an activities forming arts.

center. 2))Or would you like to see the money
THE REMAINING 43.5 per cent chose a university activities
for classroom construction such as
construction of academic facilities.
new facilities for the colleges of
Also! 61.7 per cent of the students questioned were in favor EPOWWAr 10 Education and Journalism.The .
reducing fees with the money if it were possible.OF students were asked to answer
THE 324 !students polled 183 preferred the money be "yes" or "no" to the following:
used for academic buildings. The remaining 141 felt the If it is possible to use this source of
money should be used to fund a university activities center. 1 = money to reduce tuition instead of
Two hundred students supported lowering tuition if --=_ funding buildings would you be in favor
possible! while 118, 36.7 per cent supported using the funds of that.
lor construction despite the possibility of lowered tuition. Six
had no preference. nmnklr.._......*. _ku r .n..*..... mores* r
THE ALLIGATOR questioned 324 students, who names
were picked at random from UF's list of summer quarter money already earmarked for academic construction.: type buildings could come from," Eaton said.
!students.Jim "There should not be a permanent fund built into our fees DR. MELVYN NEW, UF Chapter President of the United
Lackritz a UF statistics graduate student said the to build classrooms Eaton said, "That should be the Faculty pf Florida (UFF) said "I'm sorry that the Independent

survey, which polled approximately two per cent of UF'ssummer legislature's responsibility." Florida Alligator had to make a survey rather than
quarter students, indicated with about 90 per cent Eaton said the third question on the survey did not appearto the university."
certainty that the figures represent all UF students attending be a valid one because'fees cannot be lowered with the bond New said the UF administration should be actively
summer quarter within live per cent of the actual percentage. money. !soliciting the opinions of UF students for their ideas on how
REACTIONS to the survey have been mixed. HOWEVER, THE State Board of Regents, at their meetingin the money should be used.
UF Executive Vice.President Harold Hanson said he had Jacksonville Monday said it would be technically possibleto Ed Knadle. president UF Circle K Club said the survey
no particular comment, but did point out that a large amountof retire the bonds early and reduce tuition. But they con was a good idea. He argued with Eaton that the second
people return to UF during the summer quarter only in cluded that financial penalties would outweigh benefits.IN question should have been more fully covered.
order to graduate.He ADDITION TO a penalty of one-half to 2'/i' per cent for KNADLE SAID he would be in favor of a student
!said because many are not year round students, it may early retirement the bonds present interest rate of 4.25 per, referendum only if all of the facts surrounding the issue could
have an effect on the outcome of the survey.; cent is at least 2Vi per cent lower than any newly issued bonds. be presented to the students in "black and white."
UF STUDENT BODY President Jim Eaton said the survey The regents facilities committee said they would not Knadle, who is in favor of an activity center said the real
had a Haw in that the second question did not tell the students recommend the commitment of the cash reserve to retire the problem at UF is not a shortage of classrooms but the
(that by using the student bond reserve money to finance revenue certificate early. !scheduling of the classrooms. He said that classrooms at UF
classrooms. UF could lose its share of gross utilities tax bond "There is no other place where the money for non-academic are not put to maximum use.

m Promoted UF faculty receive salary IncreaseBy I

LINDA WISNIEWSKI THE "CONCEPT" of a pay hike for ACTING -FOR VACATIONING UF members on nine-month teaching appointments
Alligator Staff Writer promoted UF faculty was already approved at President Robert Q. Marston, UF ExecutiveVice will receive the following pay
the Board of Regents meeting in Jacksonvillethis President Harold Hanson approved the hikes under the proposal:
Recently promoted UF faculty members on week enabling UF to determine the proposed pay hike at the UF Budget com- $450 for those promoted from instructorto
12-month teaching appointments will receive amount of the raises, UF Vice President for mittee meeting Tuesday. assistant professor.
larger pay hikes than faculty members who Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said. Under the committee proposal recently $630 for those promoted from assistantto

teach nine months a year under a proposal Faculty members on 12 month promoted faculty members on 12-month associate professor.
adopted by the UF Budget Committee.The pointments were given larger raises because ap- appointments will receive the following pay $900 for those promoted from associateto
monthly salary raises for faculty raises:
full .
"faculty members who work three months professor.The
members on nine-and 12-month appointments longer should get more money," he said. $550 for those promoted from instructorto UF Budget Committee rejected the
are $50 per month for those assistant professor. range suggested by the UF Faculty
promoted from instructor to assistant Faculty members on 12-month appointments $770 for those promoted from assistantto Educational Policy Group last week which
professor. $70 per month for those promoted actually work 11 months and associate professor. would have allowed all recently appointed
from assistant to associate professor and received one month unpaid vacation. Faculty $1100 for those promoted from associateto faculty members -: regardless of their
$100 per month for those promoted from members on nine-month teaching appointments full professor. teaching appointments to receive pay
associate to full professor. work for nine months. RECENTLY APPOINTED
faculty raises ranging from $500-$1,000.

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LINDA WISNIEWSKI elimination of $50,000 worth of faculty PUBLISHING the academic cataloguewill THE OFFICE OF STUDENT Affairs

Alligator Staff Writer salaries through resignations, death, or be delayed until September, 1976 which will cut its OE and OCO budgets a total

transfer. will save $100,000. of $10,000.

Although UF's Education and General (E THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC Affairs Two vacant assistant to the president
The Office Administrative Affairs will'
and G) budget was funded approximately SI will also defer its Operating Expenses (OE) positions will become frozen saving approximately
take combined cuts in their OE and OCO
million more than last year, about $2 million budget 10 per cent and cut its Operating $20,000.
remains in the deficit for. the 1975-76 fiscal Capital Outlay (OCO) budget SO per cent budgets totaling The budget cuts within the administrative

year budget. which will net approximately $675,000. The president's office will eliminate its offices total approximately $2,280,000 which

The deficit resulted from additional expenses Funds in the OCO' budget are used to OE and OCO budgets to save a total of "is how we propose to fund the budget

including "fringe benefits" paid to E repair buildings, office equipment and $40,000. deficit," Bryan said.
and G faculty members in the middle of the classroom and lab equipment.

1974.75 fiscal year, UF Executive Vice The Office of Academic Affairs will Fall housing available
President Harold Hanson said. defer $200,000 in UF library allocations.

"WE'LL MANAGE" in spite of the budget Approximately $200,000 less money will be I

deficit Hanson said, adding UF will "jugglethe allocated to buy library books. with possible rent hike ,.
balls" to meet the deficit. THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC Affairs .
Various offices within E and G budget are will reduce the number of career service

making budget cuts to alleviate the budget' employes and administrative and professional If you need shelter for the and 35 houses duplexes and three furnished one bedroom .

deficit Vice-President of Academic Affairs personnel 2.5 per cent by freezing all positionsthat fall there is still some mobile homes. But it changes, units available for the fall but

Robert A. Bryan said. become vacant. Approximately$460,000will available.. every day and what is for rent one of those would have a rent

The offices plan to alleviate the deficits in .; be taken back into the budget. Forty-seven of 76 multi- today may not be tomorrow." increase of $10.SPOKESMEN.

the following ways: A continual reserve which finances occupancy dwelling units FOR John
"However, Goldstein said,
PHYSICAL PLANT Division .will cut faculty salaries in the E and G budget will be listed were vacant for the fall Merrill Inc. and Mary
"Landlords have
$100,000 from- its projected expenses and reduced from $300,000 to $200,000 so the as of July 8, according to the about 20 cent gone their up Moeller Realtor said they did
return it to the E and G budget. remaining $100,000 can go back into the off-campus housing office.A per on not know what would be
rent. In cases, what is
The Office of Academic Affairs will cut administrative' budget. SURVEY OF some city many available for rent in Sep-
$200 month will be
$300,000 from its faculty lapse budget storedin The Office of Administrative Affairs will realtors showed some single- $250 a when the now leases are tember. The present tenents

reserve which would come about by pledge $100,000 in natural non-academic unit housing was open. renewed in August.!' must decide whether they
freezing some vacant positions.The lapse rate which means the elimination of Gary Goldstein of United want to sign a new lease

pledging of$ 50,000 in the naturalfaculty $100,000 worth of career service employes and Real Estate Association Inc. A spokesman for Gore- before the realtors will know

lapse rate, which means the administrative and professional personnel. said, "We have 75 apartments Rabell Real Estate said it had what is available.





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rCan't find jeans j With mat"correct"

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t Housing fit or longer length??

action to- avert shortage'" You can find them at The Rancher

By KEITH MOYER reached during the summer. '
Alligator Staff Writer Opp said he hopes people who receive the
list will take the incentive and contact people
UF HOUSING doesn't want to get "caught who seem best suited for them.
with its pants down" this fall as a record HENNESSEY SAID UF dormitory space
number of students forage for Gainesville's filled up May 1st with 6,700 approved ap-
limited housing space. plicants. He said students would be assigned
UF director of off campus housing Carl housing according to their priority date-the 1'-
Opp said UF's housing division has been date that the housing division receives the Men's jeans by Ladies' jeans by
making an early effort to avert the type of students prepayment of $140 and their
problems experienced last year when an housing agreement. .
,' unexpected enrollment increase of 2,500 left Hennessey said the current plan is to Levi! Lady Levi
some students without adequate housing until convert 500 double occupancy rooms into .
the middle of fall quarter. triple occupancy. He estimated that between
UNLUCKY STUDENTS slept in dor- 50 and 100 of the triple rooms would go
mitory lounges, tripled up in double oc- unfilled. Wrangler Lady WranglerLee
cupancy dormitory rooms or found emergency A dormitory room is converged from double
shelter with local residents. occupancy to triple occupancy by adding a
Opp said 224 additional housing units have single bed to a room that already has a set of Lady Lee
been built in Gainesville since last fall. bunk beds.
But officials are expecting an enrollment "WE HAVE EVERYTHING pretty well
increase of about 750. under control," said Hennessey. He indicated
THIS YEAR, however, both Opp and UF that by August 1st his office should know
Housing Director James Hennessey are taking where it stands for fall. Stop by the / Choose from
action earlier. Opp said housing totals do not include .f
"Last year we inaugurated our measures mobile homes because of their transitory South's Largest the largest,
late, Opp said. This. year the housing nature. However, housing does keep a listingof
division is implementing measures ahead of between"300-400 mobile home vacancies. Western Store selection of
time, he said. he said.
Opp said UF is urging students who will Presently the Gainesville City Commissionis jeans in town.
return in the fall to make early arrangements considering measures to more strictly 4821
for housing to avoid the rush. enforce existing zoning laws which may make
Opp said if the housing division receives house hunting for students more difficult. NW 6th St. TAwRam44Tr 9w 376-4595
good cooperation from those who are seekinga The laws prohibit more than three people who
place to live for the fall then there shouldnot are unrelated from living in a home zoned for
be a problem. single families. ,
THEIR HOPES are to "match people to OPP SAID he felt that the ordinance, if it is
people and the people to places." instituted, would promote a healthier atmosphere .
Opp said he will send a master list of and eventual beneficial'effects. o When You Think of Diamonds
students who are looking for roommates and Many students have encountered problemsfrom Think offDON"
places to live to students who are away for the living in homes in which more than the
summer and will be returning for the fall. specified limit reside, he said.
He said the list will be broken down into OPP SAID that regardless of all of the
two sections; "Roommates Wanted Female"and housing divisions efforts to find housing "we
"Roommates Wanted Male.'" The list cannot(solve the problem of)people who walk
will contain the persons name, age, school in late and expect to find satisfactory
classification and where the person can-. be housine.

to o.t
This is a m-weeuy feature 01 The AWgator the status of refugee he or she is eligible tor
providing readers with answers to questions federal assistance programs. These programs
concerning academic procedures, veterans, include the Basic Educational OpportunityGrant
married students, Greeks, handicapped guaranteed student loans and the
students, graduates, minority students, new college work-study program. The procedurefor
student programs and International students. applying for these is the same as for any 41
.. Bring your questions to the Office for other student.If .
Student Services, Room 129 Tigert Hall, or I violate the conduct code and receive
call 3921261. conduct probation or conduct warning, whatIs
placed on my transcript.
I understand that Vietnamese students at UF Nothing. A file is kept in the Office for
were allowed to continue on student visas Student Judicial Affairs. Only in severe cases
after the fall of Saigon. What type of visas do will a violation get placed in your. permanent
these students have after they graduate UF record.
Vietnamese students are eligible to become What happens if I violate conduct
"refugees" if they choose. To become a probation?
refugee the Vietnamese student should The director of student judicial affairs will
contact the Immigration and Naturalization review the case. Generally, students violating
Services office in Jacksonville. their probation will be suspended.
Are Vietnamese students eligible for Suspensions along with Honor Court offenses
federal assistance programs? and expulsions: become a permanent part of '
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Museum head writes

detailed history UFBy I

Alligator Staff Writer

UF history ho-hum? If
that's how you feel about it
.MALL read UF historian Samuel YR
Proctor's doctoral disser.
4 tation on the subject. It's
2546 N.W. 13th Street
almost as interesting readingas
any man eating shark or
exorcism of devils and it won't
give you nightmares. I If'
Proctor' dissertation,
"The University of Florida:
The Early Years ((18531906)'vis ) '
the only detailed history of
UF in existence.
"NO ONE has ever written
STORE anything in depth about UFs
history except me. I guess no
one else is that interested andit
fell to me by default. I'm a
native born Floridian. I
received my B.A., M.A., and
Ph.D. degrees in history at
UF and I've been on the
of faculty since 1946. If anyoneshould
be interested in photo by joe skipper
Florida's history, it should be SAMUEL PROCTOR .
me" Proctor said. native Floridian
Proctor, distinguishedservice dissertation in 1958, after enough to remember turn of
professor of history four years of research. the century events.
and social sciences and DURING HIS years of Proctor is currently! .
curator ,of history of the research Proctor questioned working on a continuation of 'I
Florida Museum, completedhis people in Ocala, Tallahassee, UF's history to bring it up to
nearly 600 pages Lake City and Gainesville; old date.

17 { Shands director leaves

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(Shands) have the preliminary planning for
w,, Alligator Staff Writer the space and we hope it will be a realitysoon
After five years as the director of UF's ," Herhold said.
f'Lr' +>R Shands Teaching Hospital Wayne H. Support space is the area used by hospitalsfor
FS Herhold will be leaving Florida for the storage, medical records and pharmacies.
mountains of Colorado. Herhold said the problems he has faced at
Herhold will leave Gainesville August 1, to Shands are common for directors of state
t aida become the administrative chief at Saint university hospitals.
Luke's Hospital in Denver. "THE HELD OF HEALTH care is
ALTHOUGH HERIIOLD will receive a changing rapidly along with the federal laws
a higher salary in Denver than the$35,700 he is that govern health care and Shands will haveto
now earning at Shands, he stressed that the change along with them." he said.
salary increase was only one of the reasons for The choice to leave Florida was a hard one
his leaving. for Herhold.
Herhold said the main reason for his "My wife and I have thoroughly enjoyed
transfer to Denver was the opportunity he saw Florida, although we have always enjoyed
there. camping and the mountains," Herhold said.
"They've got things we don't have here According to Dr. Kenneth Finger, associatevice
such as support space. Those things are president of health affairs, a replacementfor
coming here but they're someways off. They Herhold has not yet been found.


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UF has come a long way in 122 years, but
looking its shaky beginnings and its less
than saintly founder historians might shake
their heads in wonder.A .
UP historian, Dr. Samuel Proctor spent

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'lorida State Seminary opened its doors to
tudents as Florida's first state supported principal, Kingsbury received $1,400 in A FEW WEEKS LATER rumors began to mathematics "would undermine. (a lady's)
.chool.! salary for the school year, his male assistant circulate that Kingsbury and the school's bodily and mental health.
This small seminary, with a faculty of four received $700, and two female teachers,one in music teacher, Anna Underwood had "been At the end of her seminary course, if her
and student body of about 60, is recognizedxlay literature, and the other in music, were paid indiscreet." progress was exceptional, a female graduate
as the beginnings of the University of might be awarded a degree such as MPI-
'lorida. Mistress of Polite Literature.

Although the seminary could hardly be f WHEN THE CIVIL WAR began in 1861
lied a university with students. ranging ine l.l the seminary was turned temporarily into a
; from 6 to 16, and some of them just military training school and later closed down

earning to read and write, the legislature completely.
loped that within a few years the school Every boy in the senior class went to fight
would develop into a higher level institution.In and most of them, along with then principal

1851, with six years of statehood behind V >LUJ Robert P. Bryce were killed.In .
t. the Florida legislature authorized the i 1l 1866, the city of Gainesville, led by local
stablishment of two state supported x educator and state senator James Henry
minaries, "one Upon the east and the other J"L. LCQA. Roper, succeeded in its effort to have the
pon the west side of Suwannee River." \ ) AC seminary moved from Ocala to Gainesville.

nd a location for the seminaries.The .
following year Gilbert Dennis
ingsbury, principal of the East Florida
idependent Institute, a small private schooli
- - - - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Ocala. was chosen to represent Ocala in $358. The Board of Education met immediatelyto Roper was appointed principal and it was
fcring the buildings of the institute as well Kingsbury was an ambitious hardworkingman hear the charges and to decide what shouldbe through his conscientiousness and hard work
land and money to the state if the seminary who came to Ocala in 1851 from New done. that the seminary grew.
mid be located in Ocala. England with a friend, Horatio Mann. Kingsbury calmly denied all accusations The seminary was first located in Roper's
The legislature accepted the offer becausethe Together they merged five small schools calling them a "tissue of lies and a fabricationof small one-building school at the present
"central position, accessibility and a operating in Ocala" into the East Florida gossips out to ruin the careers'and location of J.C. Penneys on University Ave.
ge, respectable thriving school (already) in Institute and took charge. reputations of two people who have laboredfor WITHIN A FEW MONTHS, the seminary
:ing." Not long after the state appointed him the children of the community." moved to its permanent location on N.E. 1st

KINGSBURY was made principal of thew principal of the East Florida Seminary, BUT, IN THE END, Kingsbury offered to Street, the present site of the First United
: seminary and is recognized today as UF's Kingsbury flogged a student in a moment of resign and the board accepted his resignation Methodist Church.

inder, anger. even though it meant closing the seminary.The During its first 25 years, the seminary had
board also called for and received the ro age requirement and as late as 1877,
resignations of the other faculty members. students attending the school ranged from
Kingsbury left Ocala and was later joined four-year-olds to those past 20.

a by Anna. They were married a few weeks However, in 1877 a new principal, Edwin
yii before the birth of their child. The Pastell Cater a widely experienced school
Kingsburys eventually settled in Texas where administrator changed all that.
w Kingsbury gave up teaching to become a very CATER WAS DETERMINED that the
sucessful rancher. seminary become an institution of advanced
'After Kingsbury left the seminary in learning. He insisted the age limit be raisedto
t December 1853, the
Board of Education 13, then 14, and applicants had to pass a
immediately set out to replace the school's
reading arithmatic exam to be admitted.
faculty and reopen the seminary. Over the years, the curriculum and average
.ADVERTISEMENTS for the positions age of students was gradually raised. A four
stated, "all must bring with them
year college program was introduced in 1878
: credentials as to morals and literary and the first bachelor of arts degrees were
C requirements. Southern men and ladies will
conferred in received
Three students
IM1**"** < -* % be preferred." .
V <**M* dal degrees that first year. During its history the
{ IWiyr sMK A new faculty was hired and the school seminary graduated a total of 112 students.In .
xj I / ai -.S? ; reopened in January 1854. 1881. the Board of Trustees ordered the
The Board of Education
let it be known
seminary reorganized as a military school for
that any students tiling a declaration of in- its male students. On all except special or

tention tuition free.TUITION to .be teachers would be admitted rainy days, "males of the height of five feet
and over" were required to drill each afternoon -
RATES for other students ran for at least an hour.
for a five month session: spelling, reading
and writing.; arithmetic and geography- Students behavior and activities were
$8; science and history$16; higher strictly regulated. They were forbidden to

mathematics, Classics and moral philosophy, drink, smoke, gamble, curse, read unapproved -
with above$20; piano$20.. books eat in their rooms, wear
About 65 students were enrolled, mostly anything but their uniforms or leave
boys except for 12 grils studying music. Gainesville i without permission. Social ac
Very few girls studied regular courses tivities between the male and female students
because it was believed classics and were limited and always strictly chaperoned.

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.'.Independent' Florida Alligator,Thuradoy July 10, 1975 ,._ tt_ .A.oJv..'A ...


The People"The

people" Alexander Hamilton once said

"are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or

determine right." l
So why ask them?
Evidently Student Body President Jim Eaton

shares Hamilton's disdain for the people, and like //i''s'

them.Hamilton, prefers to make their decisions for R

Thus when the Council of Student Body W'

Presidents presented to the Board of Regents
Monday a resolution stating that the $50 million in
student paid surplus building fees should be usedto
build only student related buildings on the nine

SUS campuses Eaton supported the resolution
apparently without hesitation.
Questioned later, Eaton said he had talked to PRESIDENTIAL HAT RING
"several students" about how the money should be

We have to wonder, however. How mamy neededMidwesterners
students Eaton did listen to before casting his vote Gas price deregulation

on the council? (.
A just completed Alligator survey revealed that
more than 56 per cent of the students questioned are likely to get a practical lesson in
economics this winter.
. indicated their preference that the money be spent' They may not appreciate it, however. They are likely to be TBRIAN DONERLIl
on academic buildings UF runs the risk of freezing their butts off while they're learning.The .
receiving that much less in capital outlay money teachers in this course will be the Federal Power L OPINIONa
next year when the state legislature meets to Commission and Congress. All that you need to enroll is a
construction needs. house or factory heated by natural gas. It seems that there's
evaluate campus going to be a shortage of that substance this winter par- short-term solution since it would eliminate the reason for
That view is not universally shared however, and ticularly in the Midwest. selling disproportionate amounts of natural gas in the
at least two state legislators, miffed at not being The reasons for this are easily discovered. The commissionhas producing states.
told about the surplus money during the last set the wellhead price for natural gas that is sold outsidethe Despite the fact that deregulation is an obviously intelligent
session, have hinted that they may reduce state in which it is produced since 1954. The price has action it is very unlikely to come about. There are political
academic building funds next year anyway. remained low. It is now approximately 51 cents per thousand consequences of higher gas prices that any politician is likelyto
find uncomfortable.To .
cubic' feet.
Above and beyond that however, we believe
The price of natural gas in the market place has gone threeto begin with he would surely be labeled a tool of the
Eaton underestimates the extent of student four times as high. Since intrastate sale of natural gas is greedy bloated oil barons. President Ford who is supporting
knowledge on this issue. A recent independentsurvey not under control of the commission prices are much higher deregulation has already started to feel the heat.
indicated that 99 per cent of the students within the producing states. For example New York Times man R.W. Apple has ac
regularly read The Alligator and 89 per cent read The result of this is a desire on the part of the producers to cused Ford of having "mouthed the propaganda of the oil-gas
the Gainesville Sun both have printedreams sell as m4ch gas as possible within the producing states suchas and coal conglomerates that are exploiting today's energy
papers Texas and Louisiana. This can be done because of the crisis to enhance their own profits."
of material on the subject in the last few desirable characteristics of natural gas as a fuel (it is clean I'm sure you recognize the ploy. The next step will
weeks. burning, for example.) probably be a HerBlock cartoon showing Ford cavorting with
But the point remains Eaton went to In the past the large amounts of natural gas consumed by fat oil barons. Naturally no congressman who can walk and
Jacksonville as a representative of the UF student the producing states have not caused any serious shortages. chew gum at the same time wants to get caught in that line of
and took stand without determining what There was still enough to go around.
body a
But this winter is going to be different. Natural gas is in oil companies are atrocious of course. They have
those students were thinking.All relatively short supply.It U.S.
manipulated government policy to their advantage many
this from a man who, when he announced doesn't take a team of economists to figure out the reason times in the past. This time however, they happen to be on
his candidacy for the student body presidency in for that either. The relatively low price fixed for natural gas the right side.
April, declared his intention to hold public sold in interstate commerce has given the producers little That doesn't matter unfortunately. They are political
hearings to make sure students understand the incentive to search out new sources. They had already gluttedthe poison. It would seem that the United States doesn't really
markets in those states in which they could receive the need this lesson-in economics. It has been taught many times
issues and to let them their views.
going price.
before. Boiled down to its essence it is this: When the
"There is also a need to revive public opinion The obvious solution it would seem is the deregulation of government keeps the price of a commodity at an artificiallylow
polls," he declared at that time,. demonstratingthat the price of natural gas. One untutored in the ways the level shortages will result.
campaign promises, like smoke have a habitof congressional beastie might expect this to be done immediately The Nixonian experiment with wage and price controls
dissipating in the wind. ,or at least whenever the current recess ends. should have driven home this lesson for all time. Unfortunately
Deregulation is a long-term solution since it would provide it did not.
When President Robert Q. Marston stated two incentives for stepped-up production of natural gas. It is also Those who ignore history are condemned to repeat it.
weeks ago that he had consulted about 25 studentson
this issue, (all student leaders you know) we
expected no more. After all, he hadn't gotten his The Independent Ron Cunningham Tom Shrod.r
job on the student vote. Editor.tn-Chief Newl Editor

But Eaton's lack of initiative in garnishing Florida. Alligator. .
student opinion strikes us as something of a
breech of faith. ull UItt'\I "" Managing Douglas Hatch Editor Minds Layout Kelman Editor
The Council of Student Body Presidents is fP

perhaps the only source of student input into the --

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I Boom!. Patriots invade the beach I


FATRFIELD, CONNECTICUT main fireworks That's right: The Boston Massacre. celebrate all the kids are gone and the celebration is
disphiftwasn't going to start until dark b.ut Patriotism filled And did you know that the First Dead Patriot was a dullsville.
the air for hours before. Nigger? They didn't start teaching that in the schools until The big fireworks display starts around 9. -The crowd
This was destined to be a memorable American per. 1%4; I guess they just forgot it until then. hushes in awe as the first burst of colors illuminate the black
fornrance. Anyway, this is the Land of Equal Opportunity,
A spectacular barrage of colors and explosions over Key Goodamnit, and where the hell's my beer Ethel sky.Some of the teenagers who have been entertaining the
.Biscayne in honor of President Richard Nixon's 60th birthday BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Bombs by land and bombs by audience! with smaller fireworks for the past ,two hours feel
has been heretofore the most impressive fireworks display I've sea! A gigantic fleet of vessels gathered in the harbour to see shunted as their audience turns away to watch The Big Ones.
ever witnessed. the fireworks display, now only 45 minutes away. It was really The little firecrackers popping in between the beach''' blankets
BUT THE Bombs Bursting In Air over the Connecticut beautiful the way American Competition surfaced im measures their anger at the loss of attention. '
shoreline Friday have displaced Mr. Nixon.. This was simplythe mediately. People on the boats started hurling miniature BOOM! BOOM! Boom! Boom! The reds and greens and
better all-around performance.' hand grenades onto the shore. The Patroits along the beach yellows and oranges blanket the sky as the audience settles
A mob of Suburban Patriots began crowding a half-mile responded with rockets. into a comfortable pattern of oohs and aahs. After each
stretch of beach at sunset. It was the kind of throng that Whiz! Whang! Boom! Boom! rocket explodes its colors there is a brilliant flash of white
Makes This Country Great. One fellow ,threw a cherry bomb Is this part of the show? Wowee a mock battle! Good God light and then a moment's delay before the tremendous
that fell six inches from a mother and her baby. Boom! Ethel get the goddamned kids away from the Hot Dog Standso BOOM! blows everyone's head six inches backward and sets
The crowd got bigger and bigger until you could see they can. see this.DAVID. the bird population back 2,000 years.
nothing but people, people, people for what seemed like After a few rockets go up the crowd falls into a grizzly kind
miles, miles, miles. of primitive rhythm.
BOOM! BOOM! An ambulance raced along the service EINHORN "Ooh! Aah! Boom! Boom!"
road to aid some Patriot who was Hit. He looked to be about "Ooh! Aah! Boom! Boom!"
20, this Patriot writhing in the sand. The vein in his left leg OPINION ALL WE NEED is some congas and bongos and we could
was hanging out. He had stepped oq an enemy land'mine, turn! this into some sort of American Tribunal. Or maybe we
also known as a roman candle. People screamed "medic, should resurrect Francis Scott Key to put the beat to a tune;
medic! When The Doc arrived, everyone gathered' around THE POLICE HAD to be called in to control the pops-and "Ohh, Say Can You See; ooh-aah-bomabooma; By The
the Wounded Soldier. Two service veterans debated whethera bangs-war ensuing between land and sea. But it was a helluvawar. Dawn's Early Light; ratatata-rumble-rumble. ."
Vein Sticking Out Of The Leg was a serious enough injury We Couldn't Lose. The colors in the sky are nice but it's those rhythmic
for the soldier get a Purple Heart. Another Patriot lookingon We've Never Lost A War, You Know. booms that are whipping the crowd into a frenzy. A group of
one of those guys, you know with a helluva sense of Indeed, any observer can see we nevereverever will lose a five to ten-year-old kiddies behind me are screaming at the
humorsuggested we give the victim the "Purple Vein" if he war. Booms! are so American we get ants in our pants if a top of their lungs "Boom! Boom!" until their voices sound
doesn't qualify for a Heart. good war doesn't come along every few years. Today, peace is raspy. Their dads holler out: "Lookee, Zoomer-Boomers!"
Everyone laughed and then a housewife said "shhh" and starting to take its toll on Our Youngsters; as witnessed by The boatsmen are honking their boat horns madly: a loud
everyone quieted down and said It Really Wasn't a Very their Independence Day activities in Fairfield. honk several times means vigorous approval.
Funny Joke At All. THE 14-TO-21-year-old range scampered about the crowd THE RHYTHM IS expanding."Oohaahboomboomhonkbonkrumblerumbleclap.
An hour before the evening's main event, there were small setting off their little bombs madly, full of the nervous energy -
Bombs Bursting In Air throughout the crowd. The Spirit of that makes Fourth.of Julys great during peacetime. hoot." Scream!
the Great American Revolution was everywhere.FOR That's the thing Ethel. When there ain't no war, the kids The American Spirit is really coming alive. Just like in
AWHIIJ2 The Spirit was so pervasive, so infectious, are around to see the Fourth of July and they always add a Revolutionary Days. The kids eyes are like sparklers. The
that it looked like the elbow-to-elbow mob might get unruly few boomers of their own. But there's no war, so there's older folks are living vicariously through the booms and
and Lynch A Gook That's a bit nasty, but it is just this kind something, well, hallow about the whole celebration. But, do crashes and bursts of color, swaying into their private
of enthusiasm which got the Great War started, you know.SHADOW. yasee Ethel, when there IS a war and we got something to thoughts and dreams to the rhythm of The Spirit.
JOHN WAYNE IS sitting in his living room getting as

..........- excited as a man his age can get. In a climactic moment of
exuberatiori he turns to his wife and says bombastically in his
favorite Lt. Col. tone: "Mary; damnit We're Gonna Take
That Hill."The Duke rocks back and forth in his chair to the
boomaboomas! being described on the TV by Anita Bryantand
Joe Garagiola.Bill .
) Calley, By God, is right there in the Connecticut
shoreline crowd, sitting quietly. He is afraid he'll get so excited
himself, so enthralled in his patriotism, that he'll lose control of

Calley's girlfriend sits on the blanket next to him, watchingthe
0 GR S.. fireworks with a glazed-over expression of Spirit,
Patriotism, God, Country and Boredom. Bill told her his
name was Harry Watson, and she's just crazy over that far-
out tatoo on Harry's left arm. "
0011," SHE DREAMS to herself, "I 1 wish he'd hold me
AS Ir I I SN The climax of the firworks display is the rocket that ex-
plodes into a dozen curley-cue lights that look like those
s oo Wo C pictures of little sperms in your high school biology book. The
curley-cues zoom downward, accompanied by the whistling
!sound bombs make as they zero in on a ground target.
Whhhhhsssssseeeeeeeeua. .Whhhhhhsssseeeeeeeeeua!
LI Ethel looks over at her husband. He is wearing that blissful
smile as he thinks back to when he was in Korea-he missed
The Big One by a year-and-a-half. He always loved the sweet
sound, that wistful whistle of the fireworks that go
BOXER Whhhsssseeeeuz! down to the ground.
As! the display Winds Down-where have I heard that
expression before-suburbanites begin thinking about how
they can get out of this mess. When The Last Bomb Bursts,
Iranian students supporters blastedEDITOR and Liberty Rings,' and Freedom is Reassured for the 199th
year, you still have to wonder how to get out of the parking lot.
Daddies are looking nervously over at the herd of cars and
that did such
know thing
modest to let people they a great or
thinking, to hell with the fucking freedom, we're gonna have
Recently, three Iranian students were arrested for posting were they just midnight cowboys?
anti-Shah notes on the walls of some downtown building. HOW WOULD you feel if somebody painted a, say, one helluva traffic jam here.
MOMENTS LATER there lines of back
are cars honking
Later, a sympathizer by the name Sandra Sampson wrote a 'Fuck Nixon' sign on the front door of your house? and forth, jockeying for position.There are still occasional

letter to the Gainesville Sun decrying the police harrassmentand J. King cherry bomb blasts from under fenders, and continued booms
repression of the three Iranian students for making the "nr A AC and bursts from the beach.A .
Gainesville residents aware of the evils of the Shah.
Grandad an Impala Stationwagon !says "I remember
Dunkirk. It was just like this, with the bombs bursting on the
THOSE THREE students were not arrested for expressing The Independent beach."
(heir political points of view but were charged with malicious "But Grampa." says his little grandaughter, "I 1 thought we
destruction public property.The Iranian students and their Florida Alligator lived in Conetikut?"
sympathizers merely: trying to get the public to condonethe A DADDY IN a plymouth with a rack on top to carry!
.crime h andalisn1)committed by them by using such fancy koolaid and all that stuff, thinks back to '67 when he was in
phrases as "police harrassments" and 'freedom of upr ssion'.. Rick Adlmon Cory !BolonoffAtst. } Vietnam. "This sure looks the same in a lot of ways.:'
and Sports Editor Newt Editor Joe Garagiola turns to Anita Bryant noting that he has .
I have the 1 following questions for the Iranian students
Sandra only ten seconds before they have: to sign off for a Head and
Shoulders commercial.
John Moron
"You know, Anita," Joe with venerable chuckle "the
the says
.If those t three who were arrested were t trying to make Photo Editor
public aw are of the'ils of Shah why did they post the signs fireworks were simply marvelous this year. But look at that
m midnight instead of' high noon? I Is it because they were too ..J parking lot! It's another Valley Forge down there."

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Po9,10.lndpndnt Florida Alligator,Ibtiredoy,July 10, 1t1S

I Student engineers build bike for midget 1 1By


Alligator Staff Writer
BOBBY VAN ETTEN,a UF graduate student who is 3 feet
3 inches tall, said that it takes him three times longer to walk .. '"l'
from one place to another than a person of normal stature.A .
UF electrical engineering student, John Blyth, said that '1'
the "ultimate. goal of all engineering is to meet a human

The two met and Blyth designed a Disabled Persons
!electric Vehicle for Van Etten.

In April, Van Etten presented his problem to the students ,
of ,Electrical Engineering 491, a class in creative problem
(He told the class he needed a vehicle that would travel "at
least five miles" at a speed of approximately 8 miles per hour.

VAN ETTEN also requested that the vehicle cost no more e
'than $200 to build. '

Although Van Etten has obtained an official business
decal. a car is impractical since "by the time Bobby walks to
his car. lights the traffic, finds a parking space and walks to
his next class, the allotted 15 minutes between classes has
'long been up," Blyth said.

Blyth and another student, Jeff Norris, an building the .;; < ,'/; .; ",
bicycle for a senior project in electrical engineering. ,1'" '" :,

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THEY ARE moditying a 20-inch child's bike frame to suit
STUDENTS CONSULT VAN ETTEN photo by !<>. :kippe m,
Van Etten's request A lightweight vehicle that is"simple to
operate, aesthetically pleasing to the user,capable of less than build bike to specifications
a I 6-hour recharge that is less than 20 inches tall."

'A vehicle similar to this one Regents approve, student aid fee I


could be made inexpensivelyfor Alligator By JOSE Staff SARIEGO Writer :;\ ,: :: : '" financial aid program

L".l i students who are now left o|
THE BOARD OF ii'h '" ,, .
anyone who has difficulty REGENTS ... ... -, '! \ because of a lack of fun
approved a 'f "" ,, .fl..ff: if Turner said.
walking.' general student aid fee ;:>J' "We don't have sufficieq
Monday to financialaid .
provide funds to meet the needs oft th
to needy students in the "
---John BlythBlyth State University students, Turner said.
won't bridge the gap, but
during the next school year.
said that a nice feature of bike frames is that they Students next fall will pay can come one step"closer

come in a variety of sizes that can be selected according to the 41 cents per quarter hour \; .. meeting Turner the said needs.that $17
size of the user. toward the aid fund, which is < '
The vehicle will have a motor which is powered by a 12-volt expected to generate $1.7 rI. million of the $80 million U
DC battery. Blyth estimates that the battery will have to be million during the fall, winter students pay. in cash outlaj
recharged every three to four hours of"solid running time"or and spring quarters.- ., comes from financial aid.
alter, every 30 miles. It will take around three hours to f UF will receive ap- I. Funds are increased by Sl|
recharge proximately $500,000 from to $2 million a year, but th'
BLYTH SAID "a vehicle similar to this one could made the fee, according to I. needs, rise faster UK'
(inexpensively) for anyone whom has difficulty walking: Douglas 'Turner, director of resources.
\ictims of polio muscular dystrophy and arthritis, thousands UF student financial aid. "THE COSTS keep goi
'ol (disabled) people who want to avoid the stigma of a THE 41 CENTS will come a up faster than we "ca|
wheelchair." from the revised tuition rates generate the resources

approved by the regents last said.He
April. said there was an i v\\

Detention center The new rates call for crease of 40 per cent this yea
may increasing the lower division in students applying fo

move to frat house rates from $13 to $14 per financial aid, the large}
quarter hour, the upper increase ever. Normally, t
division rates from $13 to $15, increase is between 10 and 1|
THE ALACHUA COUNTY Adult Detention Center is
graduate courses from $16.50 cent.
considering the possibility of leasing the abandoned Alpha per
to $20 per credit hour,' and I. TURNER He attributes the increatQ \
Gamma I Uho fraternity house on SW 13 Avenue.
master's thesis and' disser- $500,000 expected the recession forcing morr
The fraternity built new housing facilities, leaving the old
house empty. tations from $16.50 to $22. allocations for the regents awarding the funds, Turne and more families mtf
Harry rlamner. spokesman for the detention center, said he The money generated by said. said. financial problems.t .
has no definite plans tor the old house, but added a decision the fee will be used to provide THE FUNDS are only He said UF has no THE REVISED TUITIO.
would be reached if the house was acquired. both long and short-term intended for direct student established any requirementaid { ;s RATES will become
LARRY MACK president of the fraternity said he had loans, which will match funds and cannot be used for yet, but that they will b operational this fall withou
spoken with Ha nner but had no comment regarding the idea. for federal, state and privateaid any other purposes such as patterned after financial ail d legislative approval becaus
"We don't want any ot this publicized" Mack said. funds and direct .,administrative support, he programs already i I n of a clause which allow j
Hamner said be wanted community reaction to the idea scholarships and grants to said. operation. regents' rulings to become lad
and that it would "play. major part" in his decision to go students, Dave McOuat, Each state university will THE FUNDS will be use< if they are not changed ole
:ahead with plans to acquire the house., coordinator of, budget set their own guidelines for primarily to expand th, voted on by the legislature!


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"The Drowning, Pool" is best of two local flicks 1


By RICHARD BURKHOLDER professional man. And such is the cool'ofLNewman'i! per-
Alligator Stall Writer formancehe's onscreen during nearly every scenethat his
radiated charisma makes this film alluring to the point of

Cool poolIt [ Arts ] engrossment.Too .
Review, bad the same laudatory things cannot be said for two

is comforting to note that, every now and again, a small other films currently in Gainesville. Now meet the swinethe
pearl does appear among the cinematic swine. economy model first:

The orb in discussion is a modest gem entitled "The "Once, Not
Enough" the burning question: "Can
suspects, rekindled love affairs and a locked room (in whichour poses
Pool. A flick, "Pool"
Drowning private eye boasts an intelligent
wealthy and beautifuland.. axiomatically (by Hollywood
protagonist is distressingly sequestered) and one has
script, capable direction, and a host of gumshoe ..
) find in
many of the ingredients for a classic whodunit. unhappy people spiritual felicity a good
conventions that are as comfortable as broken-in sandals. fuck?

Paul Newman, repeating the characterization he earlier Once Is too much Ladies and gentlemen, if the dubiously pitiable travails of
in ," herewith dashes about the obscenely well to-do commiseration from ,
essayed "Harper a Louisiana Fortunately, we're not let off that easily. Bright dialogue provoke you go
setting in search of murderers and blackmailers. Naturally, nelpsas does Stuart Rosenberg's tongue-in-cheek direction see this film. You'll be treated (?) to the ghastly sights of
opposed to his efforts are,corrupt policemen, wealthy-but but the chief argument in this film's favor is Newman. Our; Brenda Vaccaro as a nymphomaniac, David Janssen as a
eccentric matriarchs, nubile nymphettes and sinister big hero is, simply,back doing the type of role at which he's best: sexually impotent bar-room brawler,and George Hamilton as
Stir in familiar a penis. And to think, with all this have
businessmen. the elements of disappearing the cynical, dispassionate, yet ultimately humane, twp-legged they even
the ingenue (Deborah Raffm) worried about her virginity!
WIIA T'S A dismal dribble of a movie, "Once Is Not Enough" (even
the title sounds schlocky) evinces the kind of dialogue and
histrionics worthy of the sudsiest daytime drama. Frankly I
By HELEN WHELAN Saturday. Contact Kathy at 373-0101 for further in- had not seen this bad a flick since "Mandingo" (which will
Alligator Staff Writer formation. arrive in town shortly) .. until I attended "Funny Lady" later
BARNACLE BUSTERS: Divers interested in seeing films of that same day.
FARMWORKERS! Students for farmworkers will meet in the club's recent trips to Exumas and Cay Sal Banks are
room 118 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union Sunday at 7 p.m. Call invited to a party at the Camelot Apartments recreation hallo "Funny Lady" is our jumbo-sized porker. This dreadfully
Kathy at 373.0101 tor further information. 3425 SW 2nd Ave. on July 17 at 8 p.m. For further in overproduced exercise in musical kitsch features that horse-
SAVANT Savant will meet in rooms 74 and 75 of the J. formation call G.E. Ryschkewitsch at 392-0545 or 3728775. faced ham, Barbara Streisand, in the title role. As Fanny
Wayne Reitz Union Monday at 7:30: p.m. For further information FILMS Those interested in the organization of a film club to Brice Streisand effects the pose of a pushy, preening
call Sue Cline 3777615. torm activities for the fall should call Phil Coleman or Scott clotheshorse whose primary aim in lifelike that of the
AUTO RALLYi Registration will be held between 9:30.11: Ferguson at 3733125. birdbrains in "Once Is Not Enough"seems to be sentimental
a.m.Saturday in the commuter parking lot behind\ Hume UPWARD BOUND A pageant and talent show for Miss and sexual fulfillment. Unfortunately, these ends
Hall. A S3 fee will be charged. For further information, call Upward Bound will occur in Norman Hall Auditorium from are not well abetted by her scenery chewing and shrill, card
3789487. 8.10 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is 50 cents., For further board emoting.In .
SHABBATi A Shabbat service and dinner will take place at information, call the Upward Bound office at 3926031. keeping with the tenor of Streisand's grating per.
6:30: p.m. and 7:30: p.m. respectively on Friday at 16 NW 18th CHESS: The Chess Club will meet on Tuesdays and Fridays formance is a grotesquely opulent production that bulks noisy
St.. The cost lor dinner is $2.25 and reservations for dinner from 7.12 p.m. at the J, Wayne Reitz Union in room 118. and tasteless in choreography, musical score and art direct
should be made today. Office hours are between I 1:30-5: p.m. Contact Mike Best for further information at 3750909. tion.What
Monday through Thursday. For further information, call SATSANG SOCIETY A discussion group of the Gainesville looms most inexplicable, however, is the casting of
3722900. ECK-Satsang Society will be held on July 30 at 7:30 p.m. in James Caan and Omar Sharifboth relatively competentactors
FARMWORKERS DELEGATION: Students tor farm. room 331 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. -' as Streisand's lovers. One earnestly hopes that their
workers are needed to manage and petition this Saturday. A BUSINESS: The National Organization for Women will careers have not suffered because of association with this film
delegation will meet at the Publix on 13th Street at 10a.m. meet in room 150 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union at 5:30: p.m. and that these men were well-remunerated for having to put
and petition at Publix on 34th Street from 12.7 p.m. on tonight. up with both it and the mugging Streisand.Thefirst .

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Welcome to


While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:

SHOP and BOOKSTORE.located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We

1 are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you,

By SHEILA DRAPER it costs $2.00.LAMPLIGHTER. the student.
Alligator Staff Writer 1 NW 10 Ave This

week Riff, a local rock and roll band will be ..
providing the dance music at this Big Daddy's 1'
THE BEEF AND BOTTLE 5220 SW 13th Lounge. The music starts at 9 p.m. with $1 :>'
St. (see review). i "
covers on Friday and Saturday nights. '>" t
St. Clay Jones will again bring his folk Steinhatchee-This Friday night at 7:30 and "<
: ,.
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music '); '\\> <
to Gainesville's like cafe
living-room '
9:30 p.m. Act 11 of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite"will
this weekend. Jones is 'multi-instrumental be performed on stage of the dinner 9
balladeer who quite proficiently picks and theater. Act II retraces a famous producer's A ,7"0 2
plucks at the dulcimer, mandolin, autoharp, machinations when he returns to New York !
banjo and guitar. The music is recommendedfor
and invites his high school sweetheart up to ,
those who wish to relax and listen to the suite. A seduction scene follows in which
Appalachian folk tunes. The music begins at the producer must deal with the lady's ty'S.i
8:30: p.m. with a 50 cent cover on Thursdayand nervousness by attempting to allay her fears
$1 I on Friday and Saturday. and qualms. '
DUBS 4560 NW 13 St. Gainesville's CONSTANS THEATER The UF
razzle-dazzle'discotheque will be offering the Repertory Theater 1975 will have something 'I.'
sounds of Liberation, a show group from for everyone this weekend Friday and
Atlanta Thursday, Friday and Saturday Saturday. "The Brave Little Tailor" a
nights. Liberation plays top-40 dance music delightful children's play by Aurand Hariss _ _' l4f .. h ri y.3'"a' ,r'( ss ,
and comes equipped wi.h a choreographeddance will be presented at 2 p.m. matinee. Later on
show. The shows are at 10:30: and in the evening"Lovers",by Brian Friel, a pair '
< '
12:30: p.m. and there is a$2 cover charge. of one acts, contrasting young love with its n ,, ,: ,
GREAT; < J .
more mature counterpart will be presented at
W. University Ave. Barbara Streisand is 8 p.m. Admission is free to students but the
still on the agenda as "Funny Lady" this general public is charged $2.
weekend, but you can get excited about the NORTH UNION LAWN Once again TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED ARCHrrECTURE & ENGINEERING
"Slaughterhouse Five. ,If Student Government Productions has saved
you aren't a fan of Kurt Vonnegut's prose, the students pocketbook with a free movie SWEATSHIRTS ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIES
you should be, and this is your chance for a Friday at 8:30: p.m. The movie is the classic DRUGS & SUNDRIES t WRITING EQUIPMENT
little exposure to his queer train of thought. Stanley Kubrick "Clockwork Orange" COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL STUDY LAMPS

Hint: the chase scene to the hospital j is complete with Droogs, ultra-violence, mile- SJUPPLIES FOR YOUR PERSONAL t COLLEGE SEAL PENNANTS AND
hilarious. The movie begins at 12:30 a.m. and plus"and the old in-out. NEE DECALS

I, Duties outlined for SG membersIN -. -1. I

THE FIRST Student Government and Wednesday of next week to discuss
cabinet meeting since the elections last projects for the coming 10 months. i
spring, Student Body President Jim Eaton HE ALSO asked members to establish E -731 T
told members their duties and resp9n- regular hours for being in the SG office so POPULAR READING BOOKS rE '

sibilities. persons may :contact them. j ,
The meeting broke up Monday after a halfan I i,. "\..
hour. The only action taken was a Broward "
reminder by Vice President Dan Lobeck that n
the first cabinet reports are due in two weeks cafeteria opensThe 91) .
Iw t. '1 M OCH..i
and every two weeks thereafter. Co-ed ClubBroward Hall's cafeteria- ,
Lobeck later said that the cabinet was not a opened June 30, !but is in danger of closing if ''-:.:.:=:J ''-.i tC.tQ<<... ''lIr "") ,
policy making group and the meetings were business "does not pick up," Broward Hall liJ I' 0 (
only for members to make progress reports on security guard Hal Barcey said. ,-'" q SO SUPPlIES
their individual projects. ----.r ", "
Barcey, 7AS, said the cafeteria was "'
HE SAID the cabinet does not take posed to open June 23 but did not because sup-a 11_. Freshman. 0 .'. I
collective action but rather delegates petition to open the cafeteria was submittedto comprehensive course books 0 5- ,
responsibility to the separate departments.At Servomation Director Robert Overton after :'
the meeting. Eaton urged members to June 23. Area I takes of venting
concentrate on specific matters because their "A lot of paperwork involved" in obtaining scholarships: books and suppTicVvJioth "P
time is limited. He said :areas! I
members often have
approval petition caused the delay of and 2 are textbook information
many good ideas but never implement them the cafeteria's opening. Barcey said. iVyK.'rs.
because they run out of time. "We are urging all east campus residents to Textbooks line the wall arnuiuTN.lw :perimeter \ .
Eaton said he'would be with individual of the textbook! areu. They
patronize the'cafeteria" to prevent it from are set up ,3'Ngbetically \
cabinet members Monday. Tuesday, closing. Barcey said.tr by course name beginning. with Advertising :and eitdii}! \
with Zoology n" "


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I MacKinnon shines with talentBy I

ten years of trying to make it in New York after leaving
Staff Writer
Alligator Philadelphia, her childhood home.
IT WAS NOT all wine and roses. ,"I was getting bummed
The evening colors at the Beef 'n Bottle focus on Raun out," she said of a critical period. "There was a lot of backbiting
Outlined is a fresh, vibrant personality. "
MacKinnon. going on.
Raun's music.making is of the free flowing spontaneous The bitching and asides dwelt on such items as whose was
sort. It ranges from jazz to' blues to folk, the latter havingbeen the "purest" version of a song, and original talents were easily
her training ground. shriveled under such scrutiny, she said. ,
HER PIANO and guitar vocals shimmer and glow in an Raun survived it. with songs like "Working Child" .and
underground way. McKinnon has not as yet hit the big time. "Shine Like the Sun," bright tunes brimming with .pint
You can !still enjoy her blend of energy and art a few feet away (After the folk period she was influenced by a lot of gospel
from the stage an intimacy that is absent from the neon Tina Turner and Nina SimoneJ. ,

lights and coliseum atmosphere that is carried by big name If you go in for songs that rock you soul, she's got them."I .
entertainment.This .
lady is on her way up. It's those vocals that soar and WON'T GO" is a song of shouting female emotions. It'sa
stay strong like a bird on the rise, and that beat she works on barrier-breaker that can either force a surge of identification
the keys and piano pedals. .. with her or tie knots in your ego. Love, awareness of
MacKinnon says she has been playing "as long as I can passion, and certainty of feeling bind it together
remember!" At the apartment she occupies while in Go if you want to chance an evening of honest musical joy,
Gainesville she described moments in her music training and and try the MacKinnon way of turning on.

I Pagano possible candidate for PERC chairman nn the wuy tin : ':.: I

BY LINDA WISNIEWSKI will appoint a new PERC chairman becausethe chairman was appointed, and as PERC legal Pagano as PERC chairman .' ,
Alligator Staff.Writer selection of a chairman is not "finalized." counsel after a new chairman is appointed. '"UFF (United Faculty of Florida) would be -
Apthorp was on vacation and unavailablefor Pagano is currently the director of a labor happy with Pagano from what we've heardof
A Florida International University (FIU) comment. institute at FIU which he said is "the only one him we think he would be fair and open-
administrator is a prime candidate to replace PERC IS COMPOSED of labor relations in Florida." minded," UFF chapter president Mel New
former UF law professor Curtis Mack as officials who are currently implementing laws The institute conducts research for both said.However
Public Employes Relations Commission giving public employes the right to bargain employes-! and management on labor issues the representative from the
(PERC) chairman. collectively.Mack including collective bargaining, he said. American Association of University
Jules Pagano dean of the office of Federal was appointed by Askew to succeed Professors (AAUP) had "no reaction"' con-
Liason and Labor Affairs at FJU has received"a Charles Freeman as PERC chairman after PAGANO SAID he is "interested' in cerning Pagano.
lot of recommendations" from members of Freeman resigned in May. becoming the PERC chairman, adding he
Gov. Reuben Askew's staff.. Jane Love, administrative Freeman said he resigned as PERC would have a "wide perspective" about the RON CARPENTER, vice chairman of
assistant to Askew said. chairman because of political interferencefrom issues of public employes' rights"both from a AAUP-Fla., said "I just hope the ap-
JAMES APTHORP, the governor's chief legislative aides and other factions. management and employes' point,of view." pointment of this man-if he is appointed-
executive assistant, is in charge of finding a MACK SAID he has an "interim ap Representatives from two UF faculty will speed up the PERC deliberations" so
new PERC chairman Love said. pointment" as chairman adding he agreed to bargaining groups had mixed reactions there is a collective bargaining election in the
Love said she did not know when Askew serve as PERC chairman until a permanent concerning the possible appointment of fall.

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IT Win Honors as President Scholars 1 I I

written by seven faculty
Six papers Dr. R.A. Ganguly, associate in Medi-
have been chosen as winners inhe
embers first University Faculty Forum. Each Univ I cine, and Dr. R.H. Waldman, associate
has earned a $200 honorarium. professor of medicine, (co-authors),
aper from 200 entrants, the seven Produced by the Division of Information & Public "Immunity to Infections on Secretory
ions "
Service to
i communicate official notice & Surfaces.
resident Scholars will read their paperst important information lo students, faculty fc tta'
six sessions of the newly-established at the University of Florida
Dr.William Goldhurst, associate professor -
the next academic .
orum during year.Hie
of Humanities, "Our Own ConfidenceMan.
papers, written especially for the ."

forum,are interdisciplinary and designedo "possible" papers were screened from the sor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology Dr. D.O. Shah, associate professor of
stimulate campus-wide discussion.The 200 submissions. They said it took 20 "The Filterable History of Dis- Anesthesiology, Biophysics and Chemical
Faculty Forum was established by judges "the campus's most distin- covery." Engineering, "The World of Surface
esident Robert Marston to promote guished scholars" -to choose the winning Dr. Winifred Frazer, professor of En- Science."

cholarly communication on campus. papers. glish, "The Making of A Monograph: or, Dr. George Warheit,associate professorof
According to Dr.Sidney Homan and Dr. Winners were: With A Little Bit of Luck, You Too Can Be Psychiatry, "Mental Health in the ,
heldon Isenberg, Forum coordinators, 45 Dr. Donna Duckworth, assistant profes- A Scholar." Southeast: An Epidemiologic Report."

f Bloodmobile To

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Be On Campus

t, 7/ :
S Next WeekThe

1 Civitan Bloodmobile will be on the
Plaza of the Americas from 9 a.m. to 4
p,m.daily,Monday through Friday of next
week to accept blood donations from
members of the University community as
r 2r part of the annual Community Summer
Blood Drive.
4s" The decrease in Gainesville's population
y during the summer means that the Civitan
Regional Blood Center may have to ship in
twice the normal amount of blood to meet
the needs of the five area hospitals it
serves: An average of 60 donors per dayor
( 20,000 units per year) is required to
meet the need in this area.


Traffic Court

Shortens HoursThe

Student Traffic Court, located in the
Haf-racked Citrus Trees Jennings Hall Annex next to the University

Police Station on Museum Road will have
shortened daily hours for the next two
weeks. Students will be able to pay ticketsor r
Have Use in Their FutureYou're appeal fines from noon to 5 p.m. only.
Regular 8 to 5 hours will be resumed
July 21. Employee vacation periods have
the grounds superintendent for Superintendent Noel Lake decided.In "I remember when there were apple necessitated the temporary shortening of
[the sprawling University of Florida cam- all, 175 trees have become part of the bins all over campus at 10 cents an apple," business hours.
Lake said. "Now students will be able to
And though
pus. You have some open areas that call central campus
[for tree plantings. What do you plant? Lake admits they look a little funny now, pluck fruit on their way" to class.I Just hope Cap Gown Ordering
let them ,
will eventually become they ripen. ,
I Orange trees of course.With a few other he says they
[citrus varieties thrown in for good beautiful shade'trees. To say nothing of But the students will have to wait a yearor
edible qualities. so for the harvest. In order to move the Deadline NearingDeadlines
[measure.And that's exactly what Grounds their
trees out of the grove which is beingdisplaced
by a parking lot, they had to be for ordering caps and gowns
what Lake calls "hat racked." for participation in August Commencement -
Counseling Services Offer Then, because of the "hat racking" that are Friday,July 18,for students, and
severely thinned out the foliage, Noel and Friday, July 25 for faculty.
his crew whitewashed the trunks to protect Students should return the order cards
Variety in Little Hall them from sunburn. by mail or in person to the mezzanine of
"Actually," Lake confided, "the white- the Campus Shop and Bookstore in the
or in learning what.career wash is not the usual Tom Sawyer variety. Hub.Faculty should call David Beck at the
Need help in which is best for you,
fields deciding marital problems and need someone We used white interior acrylic paint with a Bookstore, 392-0194 to reserve their re-
exist? Or maybe you have personal or
to talk to. tint of green to give better eye appeal. We galia.
Hall, offers free counseling to expect it to wear off by the time the
The 311 Little
University Counseling "
vocational natural shade returns. Architecture Search
Available are
students of areas.
and in variety
uses a
for those uncertain about Many of the trees are a Joint project with
career counseling and career information, vocational for testing students dissatisfied with their the College of Agriculture. Students will Group Meets TodayThe
objectives educational counseling for those have right at hand excellent specimens for
the examinations, personal
performanec in classroom or on counseling for couples studying citrus crops and diseases and Search Committee for Dean of the
encountering anxieties and problems in dally life, attack the trees. of Architecture will
for those who wish to insects that College meet today at
with counseling
marital difficulties,and marital enrichment With Orlando tangelos, a sturdy cold 1:30 p.m. in the conference room Just off
make the good relationship even better. specialized counseling for resistant stock, heading the list, the tree Room 101-A of the Architecture and Fine
A Women's Walk-In Counseling Service, offering plantings also include satsumas, Temple, Arts Complex. The committee plans to 4
women, is planned for Tuesday afternoons. services. Murcot, Jamaican 'ortanique and Poncan meet each Thursday at the same time and
Call 392-1575 for information on the Counseling Center orange trees and Duncan grapefruit. place throughout the summer. ,

.h< .,
The University of Florida is an Equal Emplo rment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Emplc er



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E&G Allocations Larger Than Last Year, '.

But Spendable Dollars $2.2 Million Less .


The University of Florida has been e diary functions (i.e., student housing,
allocated $64,205,456 for Educational and CJniv bookstore, etc.)
General (E&G) budgetary units by the UF's allocations from the Board stipu-
Board of Regents from the $250,636,547 for Produced by the Division Information & Public late $10,700,252 for plant operations and
the State University System. UF's share is Von* Service+ to communicate official notices fc maintenance (Including salaries), $2,123-
26.25 per cent of the total. ( ortant information to students, faculty taM/ 585 for special allocations (these are
Of that amount, $1,887,294 will be it University of Florida detailed in separate story on this page)
L [[ Wt'4 for all other functions.The .
generated by the Division of Continuing and $49,494,325
Education's self-sustaining programs, will be about $2.2 million below last year's get. Various budgetary units on campusare Board noted that"for the first time",
leaving an actual base E&G allocation of spendable dollars. expected to receive their allocationsthis the aUoc tion..is a lump sum allocation,
$62,318,162. Biggest additional costs for next year weeks meaning the universities have more
UP officials are now determining how include $1,373,795 for utilities and E&G budgetary units include everythingon flexibility in the use of their funds.
the new allocations compare with last $1,400,465 for full year retirement contri- campus except the Health Center, However, salary limits and rates have
year's budget. Preliminarily, they have butions rather than last year's half year. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci- been set by the Board, no pay increasescan
determined that the allocations are Additional costs also include repayment of ences, Engineering and Industrial Exper- be given except for promotions, and
$1,172,213 more than was allocated last a $200,000 loan to WAS and $264,433 for iment Station (funds for contracted re- adjunct faculty and graduate assistants
year for equivalent responsibilities, but salary increases for promoted employees.The search, but not instruction in the College of must be paid from other personnel service
when additional costs for next year are BOR has set a deadline of Aug. 15 for Engineering), the College of Veterinary (OPS) funds rather than salary funds.
deducted next year's operating budget submission of the University's final bud- Medicine, contracts and grants and aux- Once the universities have establishedtheir

.(' .... own budgets, they cannot transfer
funds from one budget category to anotherin

r BOR DelaysPatent approval.excess of 5 per cent without Board

Allocations were made on the basis of
Decision four-quarter-average credit hour enroll
Promotion Pay' Increase Scale ment figures for 1974-75. A reserve of 42.5

Orders million is being held, pending anticipatedfall
StudyThe for MembersA enrollment growth, the receipt of
Approved Faculty anticipated incidental: income and other
Board of Regents meeting in unforeseen demands. When summer and
Jacksonville, Monday declined to approvea compromise salary increase plan for promoted faculty members has been fall quarter, 1975, enrollments are known,
patent agreement worked out betweenthe approved by the Budget Committee and put into effect campus-wide by Executive estimates of 1975-76 four-quarter-average
UF patent subcommittee; Pfizer, Inc., Vice-President Harold Hanson. enrollment will be made and reserves, to
and faculty member Chester W. Leonard. Nine-month faculty members promoted to professor will receive a$900 increase the extent that funds are available,will be
The Board directed the matter be returnedto and 12-month faculty members, $1100. For promotion to associate professor, allocated to universities as warranted by
the Board: at its September meeting. nine-month appointees will receive $630 and 12-month, $770. For promotion to. growth. The Board has stipulated, how-
Richard Conner of the chancellor's staff assistant professor nine-month appointees will receive $450 and 12-month, $550. ever that the initial allocations are
said Tuesday that the Board's finance Vice-presidents had originally recommended salary increases of$300, $500 and guaranteed for the fiscal year, even If
committee felt they did not, know sthe! $800, with no distinction made between 9 and 12-month appointments. The new enrollment losses are shown.
BOR's patent policy well enough to Faculty Educational Policy Group recommended increases of $500, $700 and
determine whether the UF request was $1,000, also with no distinction between type of appointments.
consistent with the policy.Conner said thata Career Service and Administrative and Professional personnel promoted during
complete study of the BOR patent policy the year will receive pay increases up to 10 per cent.
will be made between now and the Florida Players
September meeting and presented to
the Board along with the UF request. This WeekEndFlorida
Conner also said that Regent Chester
Ferguson expressed feeling that the Budget Guidelines, Limitations Players will begin their fourth
University's share of the royalty in the summer repertory theatre season at
agreement was not large enough. Constans Theatre Saturday at 2 witha
Laid Down p.m.
Board of
The By RegentsIn
agreement called for the UF to children's matinee. The play, "The.
receive 5 per cent of the first$100,000 of net Brave Little Tailor" by Aurand Harris,
sales of sodium erythorbate for treatmentof handing down E&G budget allocationsfor personnel receiving promotions or trans- will also be performed Sunday, with a 75
young tree decline; 4 per cent of the next the state's universities, the Board of ferred to a higher paying position. cents admission for children under 12, $2
J _, $200,000; 3 per cent of the next $300,000; 2 Regents also issued a set of guidelines and Adjunct faculty and graduate assis- for general public and free admittance for
per cent of the next $1,400,000 and 1 per limitations, including a warning that tants cannot be paid from salary funds. UF students. Each matinee will be
cent of all net sales in excess of $2 million. fourth quarter funds will not be released if They must be paid only from OPS. f followed at 8 p.m. with Brian Friel's play
a common course numbering system has t The UF cannot pay more than 31.5 "Lovers," $2 for adults and children and
Mautz ApprovedAs not reached the development stage by cents per 1,000 gallons for water purchasedfrom free admittance for UF students.
then. This condition was mandated by the the City of Gainesville. Season coupons are available at the
Prof Legislature.The 0 Total salaries and salary rates cannot Union Box Office through July 11 for
Regents Legislature also directed an order of exceed limits placed by the Board. $5.00.
priority for the universities in developingtheir
Assigned To UF budgets, as follows: ((1)) upper level
undergraduate, ((2)) lower level under-
The Board of Regents at its Monday graduate, ((3)) master's level graduate, ((4)) Research Reserve Near $2 Million
meeting designated Robert B. Mautz as its doctoral level graduate, and ((5)) all ;
second regents professor and included his remaining programs.
position as a special allocation in the total Other conditions are: UF Special Allocations ListedThe
E&G allocations to the University 'of t Flexibility in the preparation of

Florida. budgets will not 'relieve a university from Board of Regents in its E&G budget allocations has held $1,851,411 in
Mautz, who retired as chancellor June the responsibility of maintaining admini- research activities to be allocated at a later date. reserve for
30, will be director of the UF's new strative services, student support and Research for problems recommended by state agencies will be
Learned Scholars Institute, which will be physical plant operation and maintenance. competitive bidding, totaling $951,411. Another In
$900,000 has
set aside
located in the former home of for solar
Mr. and
0 No university shall make budgetary energy research in addition to $100,000 already allocated
Mrs. C. Addison Pound 611 N.W. 27th to FTU for that purpose.
allocations in excess of its allocation. UF was allocated $28,543 for a Sea Grant research
Court. The home to the UF project. USF received $161,845 for
was given No university may use its budget to oceanography marine lab research AU,$230,040 for environmental Urban
Foundation by Mrs. Pound. create new programs without approval of research, and UWF, $173,555 for educational and research development Center
Mautz, a former UF vice-president for the Board. Other special allocations to the University of Florida include- center.
academic affairs, .will assume his new Once budgets have been approved by PUBLIC SERVICE Teacher education center :
duties about the first of September. $88,000, and common course
the Board, transfer of funds among numbering, $30,449.PROGRAM .
, The BOR also renewed a regents categories will be limited to 5 per of the DEVELOPMENT Programs of distinction
professorship for former University of amount budgeted in the smaller of the Excellence, $599,540, and College of Law supplement $60698, and Center of
J West Florida President Harold Crosby. categories among which transfers are books. Including $125,000 for

Regents' professorships are open to made, unless approval is otherwise givenby MISCELLANEOUS -regional data center, $785,713 State
retiring chancellors and university presidents the Board. ; University System Press
r ; regents professor, $63,211; ROTC, $37,580 EEO
; $21,950 and on
r\. renewable annually. t Salary adjustments must be limited to Outreach, $2,866. Commission

t P i The University of Florida is an/ Equal En nployment Opportunity/Affirmative Action EmployerLPa





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W.p3rd 13th Kirk BOULEVARD STREET Douglas end Jacqueline Onre Is Not Susann Enougli' l L CLASSIFIEDS I IFOR

+ $1.25 TILL 2:30 P.M.EXCEPT


W. 13th STREET and -1 a 14sst (i1;14 (.1: I.'i"! ;ii.fr.:1: ;{i.f: 't
j 1
MM rummage lalel Thuri & Friday w
colculolorjl, priced from$70 to$1701 only 9-4 p.m. 107 NW 15th Terrace
200; 4:00 6tOO 800 IQ.QS Scientific Business model(compares to HP.70)) Nothing ever $1.00 (o-lt-157-p) ]I
& many more model In(compare to HP-55)) Color TV old Sears 19" $60 Mike, 378- ft 1:30 3:40 5:50
"ptog mode In USA I warranty 373 non.I 1106 4016 (o-3t-157-p)
me story (o-7t.57-p| )[ Stereo: Technici all mode 4 channel 7:15 9:30
receiver Save $250 only $299; Pioneer
White Stag scuba diving gear with auto turntable $139 new with warranty' MATINEE
BufordPusser complete accessories, tank regulator many brondl. John 378-9192 (o-2t-
bock pock fins tnorkle wettull and more I.SZ-PJ)
very reasonable call 377-7295 (o-5t.57.|
Pj) Baldwin Electric real piano, used with
Panasonic Delu cor tope player Ex- headphone, Internal speakers or external ii> 3) Walt Disnqys
clIent condition I owner$40. 392-7525 amp.Excel shape Hiwatt 100 watt .
ask for Mike (g.lM57-p) lead amp Roger 376-4081 after 7pm.(041.156p FILLED
It wanted WATERBED with hand-crahed frame ( ) WITH FUN
l Four-posied bed with headboard. $100or Moving Sale Bedroom ut $200, rod- MUSIC, B'UCHN'COLOft'l-r
iron table $50 and other furniture and
will consider trade for regular bed. LAUGHTER'! '
told Come tee it. 377-0288o-1-157-El( ) household llemi. Call after 5pm. 372- f ]
4646. (o-St-156-p)
won Wedding Bonds &
Engagement Rings. Konlca Autoreflex T-2 camera 57 mm
Traditional or Contemporary deSIgns of Ions,COM,shoe for flash unit $200, call
your choice. Handmade for Individuals Bob Cogliapo days 392-3311 Nitei 376- HELD OVER
.who want the belt. 1J30 7:30
Original work by the 8405 (a.31.I56-p)
South' Leading Artuli Mailer Gold
R 2 Smith and lopidiit. Unconditional 3:30 9:30
s Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only- 5:30
373.3894. ((0.iei-IS3pf) LEWIS

Stereo Rcvr, SANSUI SOOOA. 38 wrrnt- JewelryCempany SHOWS MATINEE AND EVENING ?
channel,$225.Sansul speakers tow,$50 CLASS RINGS, EVERY DAYeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
pair. Garrard turntable, SL 95 WITH DIAMONDSWATCH
Shure VI5 corg,$80,Tent,h 10 ft,used *
only 3 llmei. $35. Golf clubs full let, REPAIRS
$100.Negotiable Coll Don. 378-9206 (a. 200 W.University Ave.
31.155-p) 372-4106

72 champlomob hm ex cond 12.60 2 br,
fnt kitchen nice park close to campus&
laundry..to be sold in aug call after 5 or ..rsi.y.M lidtsi'r!! Don't let i
wkendi 373-8530 (o.5-l55-pd) r
8x36 MH I br new furn. air c. exe. <.of London> this man vacuum
condition.$1500 or best t offer or rent'$85. Tryout No-S.t f EngVs ..., your bird'!
Return Mon Call 373-5311 anytime (o-5t-155-p) Curly Permanent
Citiema 1
EngagementStart 1966 Chevrolet impala SS, New rebuilt "377-2643
tomorrow engine&tires, BARGAIN $300 372-8408
or 378-8903 ((0-5M54-P)

Best Actress MUST SELL Norton Custom 750 Commando "the RETURN Of .......,,
rebuilt see believe,
lust must to
accepting' offers, Call 378-3046 and oak ,, the Pink Panther".......;.tIt's
ELLEN BURSTYN for Charlie (o-5M55-pd) 5HDP .
1i ETt. ,.. J too late..he's back!
"". .
AUCEDOESN'T 377-2236 ..ee.eee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" l *


: An of Jazz
7:50:: Evening

Cinema: Z WEEK ANAL 4:50 Live only 2 blocks
9:30 from campus!! CHUCK MANGIONEQuartet
Color TV in every apt.
street parking

THIS ISTHE CLIMAX.GENE Individual Laundry bedrooms facilities

Lorge Pool

UPC HACKMAN 91/t or 12 month lease ? swn

t w available

FRENCH 914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224


SUICIDEAND 1 n V'Special '


The terrifying motion picture .

from the terrifying No.1 best seller.JAWS Esther Satterfield .


2:30 5:00: Tuesday July 22


10:00 INTERVENTION- 8 & 10:30 All Seats Reserved


Advance tickets Available at Rebel.

HELD OVER SERVICE Discount (Univ. Ave.) Chapter III

Cinema 4 7:00 2:00--4:30 9:30: Records & Box 'Office ((11-9 Daily)


New kt A COITJOll/TUKrlAlt fOOT PRODUCTION 376-4444 Ti1 fe rest I Um Sic 11'

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INFORMATION Byron after 1974 6 pm 360 373-7786 enduro(o-.5t.I54.p$875 call) apt.rent Air, through 90 mo. 1933 lummer.B NW 1 BR 4th Furnished Ave Call ...........N......... Old ....t/.... .....H

372 1714 373-5750 (b-2t.157-p)
conserve your dollar buy a duple. liveIn
1nllterSlt D 376-4446 one tide and receive income from the Roomate. wanted 3 br, 2 bth air pets. tUHBtUSTREISAND
allowed 100 month 1-3 utilities 10
other wayne d. mown i co.. Inc, realtor a
1620 W University 377.6789 (o.371-152-p))_________ miles from the school 376-2371 On a
t German Shepord-lnth S."., puppies.. acre of land lorry (b2t157p) =.......... N..N..a1...
Real culel! $10.Call 373-0640 Now. Both Roomate. wanted own' room In two br
Parents on hand 6 week old. (O-4M54- house, pelt welcome, 'liberal and
YOU p)) mellow 70.00 + Vi bllli per month, coil tAAN
t offer 3'30 373-7645 student (b-4l-157-p)

1 DO IT!' 4P FOR RENTroom :3 30-73 blocks and from opportunity campus sublet to rent 7.1758.In fall 1 brI ........ IN .-.:::. :.::::......:

(for rent In N I. shady quiet and 1 bo pets i kids ok Price negotiable 373-
RACKS & ADVICE private 2002 N.C.7 T.rr. 70 mo.372-0454 2814 (b.5\.I54.p) FUNNY LADY
or 372-2709 Bruce pelt ok fenced yard. Roomate 6 blocks from campus partial
AVAILABlf'MUFFlEINSTALlATION (D-2I-157-P) ac 2 br house 87 per mo own room 378-
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Forest apartments. 3301 SW 13 St. Own share 2 bd. rm. duplex female Ig
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liberated couple Ie.kllo hare a nice 2 Apartments. pool 6 gas grills 378-7224.
story stone house near Duck POnd with (b-3t.SS! )
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Privacy immediate occupancy Tom least In Sept. for 1 year Call 372- SGP
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.r... 2 BR Air-conditioned: furnished mobile ,oommat.ln four bdr. house ne sec own
home. very nice, on shady lot dote to room 58. mo. rent + '/. ulil call 377- presents
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following are excerpts from the January 16th, 1965 cond, quiet neighborhood $52 per t I
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Florida The Independent Alligator / SPORTS ,4',

I; Juan Diaz battled for his freedom- I IB

t ,KEITII CANNON be the last for him and his policemen chose to help him
Alligator Sports WriterTo fellow athletes not as rather than to turn him in to
Cubans anyway. "There were the Cuban officials. As soonas
Juan Diaz, tennis and 300 athletes on the team, and the ,officers' shift ended,
freedom go together like serve 300 people there to watch us," they took Diaz to their patrolcar
and volley. Diaz said. Like members of and, with sirens blasting,
The association of those the other teams, from rushed him to the city police
words may seem strange to Communist nations, the station. Arrangements were
some people who followed the Cuban athletes could leave made there for Diaz to receive
career of UF's No. 1 tennis' the Olympic Village only if political asylum. He was safe,
player and SEC singles accompanied by a coach or and he knew it. "I could feel
champion. But then, most of staff member. the freedom," Diaz said, "It
those people don't know what Given those restrictions, was so different in Mexico. I ..n
e it's like to live in a Com- any attempt to leave the knew I could never go back."
munist country. village unescorted seemed In the Cuban compound of
JUST SEVEN years ago, unlikely And the way Diaz the Olympic Village, Diaz's
p.. Diaz was a Cuban citizen. chose to make his getaway former teammates knew it,
The 14-year-old son of a seemed even more unlikely."I too. "I was interviewed on
lawyer had already was lucky," Diaz said. "IfI TV in Mexico City," Diaz
established himself as one of had planned it, it wouldn't said. "If they were watching,
the top amateur players in the have come out so perfect." I'm pretty sure they would
country. He had won the The great escape began in have been cursing me. I
Cuban juniors championshipthe broad daylight, about two or found out later that the other
year before.. three o'clock one hot af players split my belongings-
Naturally, when Cuba ternoon. Diaz remembered those (characterizationdeleted
decided to send a team to the having seen Mexico City )."
1968 Olympics in Mexico City policemen guarding Olympic IF YOU get the idea that
for a tennis exhibition Diaz Village exits. The local police Diaz has few regrets about .\"" ,,::<,) ; .
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was one of the most likely force had been sent to prevent defecting, you're probably ,*, q' *'' t''WIII\-W''t.i \.,.,,:.,
candidates to The disturbances by apKn91 .:. ,,'
go. young college right: "I was not worried ', '.' /
tennis player with a hungerfor students who had been, about my homeland,"he said. f ':'''' Mt'"<< ,,_.'
freedom knew this was his demonstrating against the "I miss it in a way, but I can .n photo by ondy nvwmon"
big chance. Olympics. Diaz decided that live '.' .
Looking back on the eventsof these guards were his ticket to many friends there. Everyonewas
.made storybook : in Mexico City
October 1968, Diaz said he freedom. after you, checking you
almost did not get that BEFORE LEAVING his out in case you did something
chance. He was a kind of room in the Cuban compound wrong." the spring of 1970, Diaz's singles champion. Then came Cuba relations."It .
angry young man, often Diaz put on a plain With ,Cuba .behind him, parents escaped during a inree! yean oat UF, where he might be better for the
reluctant to cooperate with white shirt, rather than the Diaz had two things to worry vacation trip to Mexico. ended his career this spring as, people (in Cuba), to improvethe
Cuban sports officials. "I had brightly colored uniform shirt about how to get to "They were older, and my No. 1 singles champion in the economic situation," Diaz
to change my attitude to get the Cuban athletes wore to Florida, where he had a father was a lawyer, so they SEC. said. "Castro wants trade,
to Mexico City. I'm still insure their "visibility" to cousin in Tampa, and what didn't watch them as closelyas But a new life and a suc- but not to have people going
surprised they took me," Diaz their supervisors. Diaz wentto was to happen to his parents, they did me," Diaz said. cessful tennis career have not back and forth between the
siad. "It didn't matter how a little-used exit and asked whom Juan had not informedof The Diaz family was dulled his memories of what it U.S. and f Oih "
good you were, just how the the policemen there to help his intention to escape. reunited in Tampa. Juan was was like to live under the Such an arrangement mayor
government felt about you." him escape. "They probably The first problem was solved able to finish his high school Castro regime. Even if he may not help Castro, but
"IT WAS my first trip thought I was crazy. At first, 10 months after his defection. education at Plant High, and doesn't miss his home for Diaz, a deal of that sort
abroad," Diaz recalled. The they didn't know what the hell Diaz received a visa throughthe he went on to Wingate (N.C.) country, he still may have worked out well. The trade
Cuban government was was going on," Diaz said. efforts of his cousin, a Junior College, where he was more than average interest in was for freedom, and the trip
r, determined that it would not Luckily for him, the refugee since 1961.. And in the national junior college the topic of improved U.S.- was one-way.

.:' No desire Dick Allen could have been great'" but. I

It is a tribute to Dick Allen's attitude that he has failed to, he came close to that again was the following year. Since then' < .
have a better season'than his Rookie of the Year performance'in he,hasn't"been'higher than 162;"AIleiTalso' hit 38 doubles," r. "GR'EG"FonRErt--: : ',
1964. batted .318 and hasn't matched or bettered those marks since
Despite all the talk of greatness directed this recalcitrant then.
slugger's way, he will never make it past being one of those Now that's real desire. L OPINION
that "could have done" so much. '
HE DID his rookie homer total of 29 ,
bring up to a career
IN 1964, Allen played the entire 162 game schedule for the
high 40 in 1966, but homers are mere crowd pleasers and the
Phillies something he has failed to do the following I 11 I
real of lies in his and drive RBI mark three times. However, those three the
seasons. That year he led the league in runs scored with 125. worth any player ability to score seasons are
only three in which Allen bettered his rookie RBI total.
In 1966 he again broke the 100 mark, but those two times are the runs home.In
the only he has to' his credit. that latter department, Allen showed improvement. He (see 'Allen'
He also topped the 200 hit mark in 1964 and the only time drove home 91 runs in 1964 and subsequently topped the 100 page 24).j.

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Independent Florida Alligator Thursday, July 10, IfTS, Page 23AAcTear's

I 'record'stirs controversy ]

ROB DONALD Awakening, the
Bj 18-year-old
Alligator Correspondent Florida sprinter's nightmare the record book.HOUSTON ironic timing device is used, track coach, points to the electronically timed 100 yard
Houston McTear must follow in the form of an McTEAR'S the electronic' time 'will be National Championships. dashes ever run which means
nightmares in which electronic timer. The Ac. problem may soon become a official. where "qualifiers were virtually nothing.

he's have winning the 100 yard cutrack used at Winter Haven common The one for sprinters. The controversy arises over required to have run a Benson, along with others,
John this International Amateur the fact that everybody recognized 9.2 100 or a 9.3
dash against Bob Hayes spring when McTear was Athletic would like to see this
Foundation, (IAAF),
Carlos and Ivory Crockett hand-timed at a world record to which acknowledges there is a electronically. changed. "We should start
the the Amateur recognizable difference in the ACCORDING TO Benson, with of records,"
only when he crosses tying 9.0 for the 100. recorded now two sets
finish line, the tape is still five 9.3 placing an electronic five NCAA Athletic Union (AAU) and times recorded by hand and the difference is more than he said. "One for the old
away. yards between Houston and subscribe recently electronically.Roy one tenth of a second. "A hand-timed records and one
yards ruled that anytime an elec. Benson, UF assistant hand timing official is sitting for electronic."

100 yards or more from the, As it stands, people are apt
I Great.Southern vs. fight fansThree starting line. He has to watch to doubt Houston McTear,
for the 'smoke flash, then Benson said. We're asking a
punch the watch. By this time sprinter torun an 8.6 to break
championship boxing matches were telecast via the runners have started the old record. It could be
closed circuit television last Monday evening at the Great ROBERT KAPLAN moving."A twenty years before that
Music hall. The main featured C
Southern event Muhammad timer may also an- happens."
All in defense of his heavyweight crown against Joe Bugner, OPINION ticipate the ending" Benson This raises another
The broadcast turned out to be "mush" for the first bout continued. "He may push the problem, according to
and for three rounds of the second fight and remained blurry here. .O.K., next time we won't have it and you'll have to watch early, giving the runner Benson. "If people know
lor the rest of the boxing card. drive somewhere" another advantage. Electronicis electronic timing, is slower,
EARLY DURING the first bout the audience was told that FORSMAN DID not take the blame for the faulty more accurate and slower." meet officials may decide not
the transmission difficulty was only temporary and would be production "It was the fault of Don King Productions." Why.? "The electronic to use it. .4
fixed within ten minutes. The minutes passed with no further Fagen had told me earlier that King was renting the hall. I timer hooked directly to the The Winter Haven officials .
announcements.The asked him about profits and who would reap the benefits? gun" explains Benson. "The chose to ignore the electronic
Ali light ended at about 11:30: and on my way out I There was no response. clock starts with the gun not time as wrong. They claimed
looked around the exit for anyone with information about Forsman and Fagen both told me of a blackout that occurred the runners. The timer is also the Accutrack was
ticket refunds. The audience had received a little over one- in New York Madison Square Garden. They both hooked to a photo-electric eye malfunctioning. The IAFF
half the advertised product of three fights and was not told of claimed that last year's Ali-Forman Telecast was blackenedout three feet before the finish rule is encouraging people to
any plans for refunds. When I saw no one around I decided to in the Garden and furthermore the people .were not line.When use only hand timers," he
give the Great Southern a call the following day. refunded their money. a runner hts this, the added.
I called the next afternoon and was told that refunds wouldbe When I called the Garden I was referred to Ring Magazineand amera starts, recording the The use of electronic timingat
issued for one-half the ticket price or an arrangement. for a to the office of Jim Ort. A spokesman in Ort's office end of the race. A time line is Winter Haven was mentioned
special movie ticket deal. refuted Forsman's and Fagen's allegations and added that the shown on the film, so a at an AAU meeting at
WEDNESDAY, I arrived as the box-office opened. I was Garden backs their promotions to the hilt. If there's no show runner's exact time may be Eugene, Oregon; ending
then informed that no more refunds were to be given. This the people are properly compensated. measured." Houston McTear's hopes fora
occurred a little over one day after the tight.I I ASKED Forsman about his policy of one-day refunds. THE SUPERIORITY of World record.
I asked to meet with the manager but met with Bill Burn, a I explained that I had talked with many people who weren't the electronic. timer is ob Other sprinters have fallen
spokesman for the Great Southern. He said that their insurance satisfied with his refund policy and explained that I had paid vious. Yet however the prey to slow electronic times,
company only provided,refund money for one day. $10 for a ticket and received a little over one-half of the average cost is a prohibitive including Don Quarrie in the
He askec. me i if.1 I was so concerned why didn't I come advertised product. $4.000, creating what Benson 220.The
yesterday? He asked why I hadn't asked for my refund money the calls "a stage of transition.Not IAAF supposedly
I told him that I had called yesterday but the box-office night of the tight. I explained to him as I had explained everybody is using them, existing tor the athletes'
failed to notify me of any deadline for picking up my refund. Burn, that I am a fight fan and the opportunity to see Ali so some people are going to benefit, has yet to take any
SATURDAY I met with Matthew Fagen the assistant comes only once or twice a year. The picture was lousy but the get burned." action. As usual, many more
manager and he said. "There were over 200 refunds given the Great Southern had led us to believe that the problem was One such person is Houston athletes are going to be
night of the tight and more were made the next day." He only temporary. McTear. If the race run at '"burned" before the building
added that he could not act as spokesman for the Great It's true the Great Southern did refund money and they did Winter Haven had been only controversy forces the headsof
'Southern but could only verify facts. show the complete All-Foreman tight last year but why did hand-timed, he would be in international track to'
Jim Forsman, the owner entered the room and said "We they resort to one-day refunds policy and why didn't they tell the record book. As it stands, eliminate the heat they're so
did the community a* service by bringing the fight!_ anyone about it? he has one of the fastest righteously applying.J. I .


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desire hot under the uniform.
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WHAT MAY have made them hotter though occurred ..
jUst last !season. ft 'fJ .. 377-0948
Soon after it became obvious that the White Sox no longer : ,.
'/,were a contender. Allen made a clubhouse announcement V Open 10am 8 pm dally
(Sept 13)) that he was quitting baseball. 1 Sunday 2 4
:.. ,Later when Allen Failed to follow up with an official letter SAVE GASMONEY .
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retirement he was switched from the voluntarily retired list II 1... .
to the disqualified list which made his status more flexible. Live only 2 blocks Friendly Produce Market Just for YOU

UNDER THE terms of the retired list he needed to wait 60 from campusl I
days to be eligible if he petitioned for reinstatement.: On the Color TV in every apt. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALSLarge
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disqualified list which is a suspension of sorts he can Individual street parking bedrooms(f) Georgia Canto lopes 55c each Milk$1.39 a gal
unretire virtually overnight. It meant that the Sox could .laundry 'facilities 2 for$1.00
activate him at any time or'promise immediate delivery in a Furnished Large Florida Avocados 55c each Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Nectarines
trade. eGas Grills ffi 2 for$1. and much more to chose from.
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On December 3 the Sox entered into an agreement with the
Atlanta Braves in which for a small cash consideration the 9'/I or 12 month lease Much, Much More
Braves were given the right to deal with Allen regarding playin ,available FOOD STAMPS
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Allen said no deal-he wouldn't go to the Braves and the
, .".. deep South lor anything.

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he tried it his own way. He announced that there were a few
clubs he'd like to play tor. !

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tioned the New York Mets, New York Yankees or his old
Philly club.
Now wasn't that nice of Dick to tell clubs they could have


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Schedules for the Marathon Softball Tournament will be ,
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tournament will be held this weekend. Saturday and Sunday.
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