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; Heuer denies consenting to emp toYe s' union adBy

KEITH MOVER union. fees but was not back at work.
Alligator Staff Writer "This was all done behind my back" Heuer said. Heuer said she quit the CSEF last week and feared the
TilE QUOTE USED in the ad was a fabrication she said. advertisement may hurt her chances if there is an upcoming
\ A testimonial advertisement picturing Mary Heuer praising Heuer said her winning defense was provided by Gainesville appeal by UFoSTRATFORD
. the Career Service Employes Federation (CSEF) tor their help attorney, Larry Turner not by CSEF. SAID, "Working conditions here '(at UF'
in her recent reinstatement was placed without Heuer's Dale Stratford. UF President of CSEF. said. "The CSEF is are such that we are working on many cases such, as Mary's
permission !she said. aware that in our ad concerning Mary HeUer's case it was (Heuer's) and will continue to do so. '
. Heuer. who was tired by UP last fall was recently ordered misleading to imply that total financial support came from :"The lessons we have learned from this particular case as
t reinstated by the State Career Service Commission after II s." well as from all of our experiences will enable us to assist
consideration 'of her appeal. Stratford said the CSEF is attempting to correct the employees more effectively" Stratford added.
IN AN AD placed by CSEF in last Tuesday's Alligator situation and are !setting up guidelines to prevent the. same Heuer was relieved of her duties last fall by UF while she
litleq/"'CSEF Wins Major Victory," Heuer is quoted as saying thing from happening again. was on a leave of absence from work. She then appealed to the
"I 1 never could have- fought it without moral and I financial UF WAS ORDERED on June. 12 to.reinstate Heuer to herJ. State Career Service Commission.see .
support 1 received 1'1'011CSEF!" Him MiJler Health Center job.
The quote was followed by a pitch to join the employes' As at' July I 11. Heuer was receiving back pay and attorneys ( page seven)



fog 2.Th*lnd.pndnl Rorida Alligator,Tvtday July' '15 'WS

Garage laboratory set up by UF astronomer J'

m Homemade tracking station will follow mission 1\\.

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ByTERRISALT Flagg and two friends with tracking ': I", "'
Alligator Staff WriterSjstcms stations in' Sweden and England have 't r)
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recorded combined and analyzed the transmissions .:\:1''
are "GO" as Dick Flagg rolls part from recent Soviet (lights. ,'t
of homemade: tracking station out of his "WE'VE HAD some fun with decoding
Northwest Gainesville garage, preparing to (heir signals." Flagg said, explaining that, r
receive radio and video transmissions from beep signals are sent from the crafts to the '. :
the Apollo and Soyuz crews today. ground station. : ; "i' ,
Starting with a $20 used short wave radioset Flagg said he and his fellow tracking enthusiasts yiw I
in 1957, the UF associate in astronomy believe they have decoded the
added window screens, aluminum tubing, 'osmonautheartbeat rates.
fishing line and other odds and ends to his "It's a good technical challenge building
equipment through the years. the equipment hearing the results and

TWO ANTENNAES now branch out from deciphering" Flagg added.
HE HAS also monitored American
the roof of his home while receiving equip many
( the Gemini, and
lights including Mercury
ment is stashed in a small closet-like room.
Flagg has many 'friends at UF who help him Apollo crafts.

with his unusual hobby. Flagg estimates he spends five to six hoursa
Doctoral student Gary Matthew has week on'' his hobby and has been getting HV
worked out computer programs to determine ready 'for today's Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
where the Apolld and Soyuz space crafts will lor three months.
he in the sky. However the amount of time the transmissions
Wes Greenman who-works with physicsand can be heard is only 30 minutes
astronomy at UF often helps to move and total .
each day with about tour periods lasting ', \
|point the large antennaes while Flagg only 8 minutes each. :
operates the other controls. :
FLAGG'S special interest is Soviet (lights "THERE'S a lot of preparation for that 8 ASTRONOMER DICK FLAGG photo by Ice sklPPfl+ Ii k
whose transmissions are so clear he claims he. minutes" Flagg said. plans to track Apollo vuz flight 'F,
can hear cosmonauts moving around in the, Although a few neighbors sometimes
space craftsAlthough wander over to listen in most of the time Flagg dozen people in the United States who track and Soyuz crafts on July 20 at 9.54: p.m. :;:,
he studied the Russian language works alone."I satellites. two minutes. Viewers should look in i.
'for two years Flagg relies on a 'friend in the think they wonder about me," he said. northeast direction, 30 degrees above
UF Russian department to translate the Indeed they might, 'for Flagg's hobby is nota Flagg said that interested people in horizon. The crafts will move from rOIl':
voices 'for him. common one. Flagg said he knows of only a Gainesville will be able to see both the Apollo to southeast. ;>

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. Committee/ seeks views on mass seating tacilitv// I'tBy '

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ANNE SOMMERS ; mittee to be completely open ,minded, when Eaton said he would make available all the t-,
Alligator Staff WriterA they were doing their research. information he could find concerning use of
Blackmon said the committee should the surplus student building funds in ;.

Student Government committee was ) investigate whether it would be "feasible for question. He told the committee they were I
'formed Thursday to help determine student '.. .. '; '..'"" .'. Student Government to support alternativesto not bound by his or SG's opinions.
opinion towards the proposed University .. ,. w:' ,. .,. '' .;... the mass seating facility, "such as lower Eaton said the ad hoc committee' would "
Activities: Center.. .. ," tuition or classroom facilities. continue to function through the fall when the r
THE POSSIBILITY of decision on how to use the funds will be made. {
The activities center would be financed by .. .. l' .i.c lowering tuitionwas
an estimated S14 million from student .. ,. .,.. "not a realistic one, but I want the IF THE MASS seating facility becomes a '4
financed building bonds that would become : ,...,. ..... .. opinions of others Eaton said. reality, the committee will aid in its planning. J,
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available Feb. I. .. '. go Eaton said he plans to wait \'
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THE MONEY FROM the bonds could : say in the planning of those
fjf. KY ., buildings because because only one-half of the student body is Y
theoretically finance any building project but .", .. 1r\. "priorities have already been established." here this summer k
UF 1'resident'Robert Q. Marston has put the \ The priorities would probably be based on
r "mass sealing facility at the top of his list oft .. '" need, with new education and journalism "IT IS TOO EARLY to. be asking definitive
priorities. .,.,: "" buildings taking top priority, Eaton said. questions about alternatives to the mass ,"
.L..IIIIPI seating, facility," Eaton said..
Student Body President Jim Eaton'sassistant JIM EATON "IF WE DO RECEIVE funding for a nonacademic Eaton said the resolution. passed by the 1.
w Joe Rugg. told the committee their poll premature building for the betterment of State Council of Student Body Presidents in .
purpose was to determine whether using the student interests then we have to be s "
con- of the facility, was > ,
support mass seating
funds for an activity center is ,in the best Committee member Laura Blackmon cerned with the planning and
management of the not meant +
opinion of the presidents it was :
interest of the student body. ILW.said she'.ndEaton wanted the com- the buildings," Eaton said. ." ':

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i SG to vote on Drug Store funds

..". By FRANK RINELLA Body President Jim Eaton said he may veto the bill.
Alligator Staff Writer "For me, a major concern is that the Student Government r
I funding responsibilities have continued to grow. We cannot + f L ys
Student senators are scheduled to decide tonight whether continue to let the budget grow like this. In that light. I am
they will give $11,680 to the financially hard pressed Corner' against taking on the Corner Drug Store on a yearly basis,
Drug Store(CDS). especially at $11,000 a year," Eaton said.
The bill which is slated for second and final reading. "I WOULD LIKE to talk to the people at the'Cornet' Drug
passed its first reading by a 27.12 margin. Store personally before I make a decision,"he added.
I The funds, if approved, will help compensate for a loss of a The final word on whether SG money will go to CDS lies
$35,000 non-renewable federal Law Enforcement Assistant with the UF Administration.Dr. .
! Administration grant. Harold Hanson, UF executive vice president said heiid
I JOHN CREECH, CDS director, said he does'not have any not want to comment on the proposal because he knew little
alternative plans in case the student senate doesn't allocate about it.
i the money: "I. haven't looked into the matter yet but Dr. ,(Art) San > I
"I would hate to have to charge students for services" deen's (UF vice president affairs) advice will be weighed 7 they <
Creech said,but indicated it might be a last resort. heavily Hanson said.
Art Aspinwall, student senate president said senators are "I WON'T subsidize a program that doesn't help the '
looking deeper to see if services provided by the CDS are overall student body," Hanson added.
duplicted in other programs in the area. Sandeen, who is out of town on vacation, has already said rRJi
"THERE IS A CHANCE that ;if a lot of the services are he is not concerned with SG funding an off-campus. program,
duplicated by other programs, it may not pass," the final if no legal problems were created. II : ,foIM' 7 _. .i am ..r
senate reading Aspinwall said. He has also said he was sympathetic to the Corner Drug JOHN CREECH 1
However, even if the bill does pass in the senate, Student Store. .no alternative plans




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Alligator Staff Writer t

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.This It the second In a series of three
articles tracing the history of UF.
Today's article describes the bitter
rivalry that developed in 1905 when
Gainesville and Lake City competed to
have UF located in their city.
WHILE the small East Florida State
Seminary was surviving its shaky

beginnings in Gainesville, another parentto 1 ,
UF; the Florida Agricultural College in r tlArw dy
Lake City, opened in 1883.
These two schools would flourish and
expand until 1 1905 when the state
legislature consolidated Florida's colleges,
creating only one University of Florida and
causing a bitter nearly violent rivalry t"' Jtmm
between Gainesville and Lake City for its y
While the East Florida Seminary as the t
beginning of UF's College of Arts, the
Florida Agricultural College was the x a
beginning of UF's colleges of agricultureand
THE SCHOOL was created as a resultof
the Morrill Land Grant Act signed by
Abraham Lincoln in 1862. which provided
30,000 .acres of public land to each state
for each senator or representative in
Congress.In .
1970. after the Civil War, Florida
petitioned for the 90,000 acres it was due
and after much squabbling about the
location established the college in Lake
City in 1883.
By the turn of the century the state was
supporting eight educational institutions,
and the cost of operating all of them was MLwJ\u
becoming too much of a financial burden.In LU/O LcutrfsrnaAjchsKct J/1U c-Ya.he fkIyI-I P Pi I Isaid

1905, the Buckman Act was introduced i
to lessen this burden. The act
called for the abolition of all white state 'If we once get the boys on the Lake City offered 62 acres of land THE REPORTER"chargedGainesville
institutions and the creation of two island, they can't run away from school adjacent to campus, 800 acres additionaland with inadequate transportationservice
consolidated universities, a Florida Female without getting caught at the drawbridge.We $40,000. and stated "Gainesville's water
College and a University of Florida for can provide a magnificent view of the Many people thought Lake City was by isn't a' cure for Gainesville fever."
men. Both of these universities were to be Atlantic Ocean with Europe and Africa in far the favorite because it was the current The Sun charged Lake City with sup-
regulated by a five man state Board of the background." site of the university and had superior porting the Buckman Act only "to
Control the forerunner of the Board of LIVE OAK stated its qualifications as buildings and facilities (than the East promote its own ends" and "purposely and
Regents.The "saloons were long ago driven out of this Florida State Seminary. diabolically" murdering the other schoolsof
act met mixed reactions from both city and if Suwannee Springs water is not Gainesville had great state and local the state.
legislators and educators. One good enough for UF or any other institution support. The Tampa Tribune qualified Finally on July 7 the Board of Educationand
representative called it "as cruel as hell as not purely celestial we would like Gainesville as "everything desirable for the the Board of Control met in
wicked as the iniquity of Satan's own to know why it isn't." maintenance of a good university. It has Tallahassee to vote on the location.
heart." But in the end, everyone realized the the school spirit, good water, a healthful THEY CHOSE Gainesville 64.
Separating the sexes was a highly choice boiled down to Gainesville or Lake climater good buildings and is a town At a little after midnight, the people in
debated subject. All state supported City.GAINESVILLE without a saloon or disorderly house and Gainesville got the news. Bells were rung
colleges except one, a military school in OFFERED 500 acres with a standard of morality that makes it fire engine sirens went off, firecrackers
Bartown, had admitted both sexes, and of land west of the city (the current an ideal college town." exploded and every light in town was on.
there had never been any strong prejudice campus), $40,000 and "water to the "The Lake City Reporter" and "The The celebrating continued all night.In .
against coeducational schools. university without charge." Gainesville Sun" became unrelenting foes. Lake City, more than 1,000 people
SOME LEGISLATORS opposed the had gathered around the telegraph office.
coeducational schools because of the Are: When the message came across the
difference in curriculums and the additional operator's face spoke for the city, "First
cost of duplicating girls courses at amazement then incredulity and then
two schools.A & *f re blank horror."

state convention of school superin MEN AND WOMEN wept openly in the
tendents. meeting in Tallahassee duringthe streets amid shouts of "no" and "cheap
debate opposed separating the sexes politics."
because. "in the nature of things, boys and One Lake City professor described the
girls should be trained up together since crowd as "the angriest crowd of human
they arc to live together as men and women g ItzX beings I have ever seen. If any members of
and need to be taught their true the Boards had been present. I am sure
relationships. they would I not have escaped with their
In the end the Buckman Act passed bya lives."
34-22 vote.
THE OFFER of free water has since
The location ot'rhe two schools was now
the question. come back to haunt Gainesville.In .
There was little doubt that the Florida past years, UF's water needs have
Female: College would go to Tallahassee. n increased and water costs have
but the major decision was the location of ALi skyrocketed, the city of Gainesville has
the men's college.GAINESVILLE. tried to get out of its seventy year old
and Lake City, the site obligation.In .
of the state's two largest colleges were the 1955. Ganiesville took the matter to
leading contenders but several other cities 9 ti=axL court but the Florida Supreme Court
!sought the university, ruled Gainesville still obligated to pay.
Some thought the school should be When water rates doubled earlier this
located in Jacksonville. :Tampa but year Gainesville City Commission tried to
there was :a, 'stron$ feeling that b'seaport encourage the legislature to take the
city Is not a proper place for such an in /} .. burden off Gainesville. The legislature is
!stitution." Lo-dJd cfOAj a.T U-T"873- '9<; footing part of the bill but the taxpayers
In a facetious offer. Fernadina Beach of Gainesville are still paying nearly
$170,000 a year of UF's water bill.

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Florida Alligator Tuesday July 15. 1975. Page 5
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'Incorporated,a private,nan profit
corporation. It It published five
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,and during student holiday and exam period Opinion expressed In : 'A: NTO 1 MlM'eioNliiHT'( 1 : Proclamations/ /
the Independent Alligator are those of'the editor of the writers of the article Gallery and Frames
and not oFior:1aII:: University: of Florida, the campus served by the In
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Subscription rate is$20.00 per year or$S'50 per quarter ( ; with. ; music/win#, ,cheese:; FRAMING recognitionCity
Bulk subscriptions ore provided through student. government'for the students .
of The the University Independent of Florida Florida Alligator reserves the right, to regulate the ISI/O": ... ..... :: ;", 1'r ,d';:':&:>'fd..ij". & proclamations in past
typographical tone of all advertisements and .
to revise or turn away all copy It '.. FINE ARTPRINTS from such
considers objectionable. fi "vind years have ranged
The Independent Florida Alligator will not consider' adjustments of payment : t diverse areas as Secretaries

advertisement for unless any notice advertisements it given to Involving the advertising typographical manager error within or erroneous((1)) day after Insertion the ( : (:r: '2gAO NW.: !Gifl ;st. Week to Weight Watchers
responsible for appears more than The one Independent Incorrect insertion Florida Alligator of an advertisement will ,not be : 22 W. Univ.. 373-8186 Month to Minnie RippertonDay.
scheduled to run several times .
Proclamations are
publicized statements approved
by the mayor that
bring recognition to a person
group or activity.
Butler signed more than 50
proclamations last year as
mayor four times the numberhe
signed when he served as
mayor in 197172.
Butler said that 95 per cent
of the proclamations were
submitted and written by

Spectacular can only describe the savings you'll aren't"1 delete read representative the some proclamationand things of that the

find now during the annual summer sale at cause said public is as worthy a whole.I sign it If,"the he

Cobbler's Corner. Gainesville's finest selectionof 'BUTLER SAID the reason
for the increased number of

stylish women's footwear designs. Over: awareness proclamations of is the a "growing general

public to this avenue of ex
"Proclamations are used to

1700 175 bring individuals recognition and to worthy civic,

pairs Styles organizations.shouldn't be used They for

publicity. I refused to issue
any proclamation before the
SLASHED petitioner could clarify its
worthiness," Butler said.
Butler said he questionedthe
Minnie Ripperton

25 % to 50 % off but request after)lived.as he in a found Gainesville publicity the singeronce 'ploy he

"Even though they have no

You'll also find the same spectacular savings on a legal significant effect,and I think symbolic they are part a

selected group of beautiful handbags and on all of proclamations the mayor's job.is the Issuing only

thing other than appointing
committees that the mayor
of Cobbler's hats.
gorgeous can do without consulting the
commission," Butler ,said.




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HAPPENING 4ptywWtewall !

By HELEN W1IELAN Constans Theatre. "The Brave Little Tailor"
Alligator Staff Writer Mill start at 2 p.m. while "Lovers" and
''Dames at Sea" will start at 8 p.m. All will clearance
GRASSROOTS: Grassroots will meet in cost $2 for adults and 75 cents for children.For .
room 361 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union further information, call the Constans
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Contact Sylvia Theater Box Office at 392-1653.. this only
Sandberg at 373-9855 or Ilene Young at 378- G.B.A.: The Graduate Business
9728 lor further information. Association will meet in room 12 of MatherlyHall
BENEFIT Students for Farmworkers are at 7 p.m. tonight. For further in
!sponsoring a concert featuring Bill Mims, Bill formltion'call Henry Alonso at 378-3881 $
Snyder, Gail Galespi Clay Jones and the jazz SOUND EXPLORATION Sound Exploration .
Project at The Keg on SW 16th Avenue at will take place on July 24 from 10 Mm mm 'T, ;
7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Admission is $1 at a.m.-12 p.m. at P.K. Yonge Lab School withan .

the door with beer specials of 25 cents a glass admission price of S2. Reservations are FOR POPULAR SIZES: F78:14 and G78-14 plus evadable trade-in.t .
and $1.25 for a pitcher. Contact Terri at 377 necessary. Contact Joe Sheppard at 378- of$2.40-0$2.56' plus
7129 for further intormation. 9527 Dr. A.B. Packer at 392-2527 and Buddy -
SLIDE SHOW A slide show on the Florida Fish.at 3760705. For further information.I Whitewalls I
Long Miler 78 HEAVY DUTY
Farmworkers will be shown on Sunday at 7 STONE SOUP Making stone soup and -H *
p.m. in room 118 of the' J. Wayne Reitz' baking bread from 5-7:30 p.m. on July 24 at Site solo "ode.on fit BFG SHOCKS
Union. Contact Kath at 37J-OlOrtor further the P.K. Yonge Lab School will cost par Price Price "
information. ticipants $2. Reservations are necessary. i
676 !2640 "A4 /
SPIRITUAL An open spiritual Bring measuring cups, two loaf pans, two $20 ,. $15 Awr..
conference l held 7:30 bowls, onion, D78O7S14 520 Zero .. I
>e tonight at : p.m at mixing one large spoon one one I
the Episcopal Student Center Contact potato or carrot, one knife and an apron. Call I 522 3000 .'4I I
Bhudara at 373-7713 for further information.Also 378-9752, 376-0705, or 392-2327 for further G78WG781' I $22 31X :''.6 J

there will be a beginning meditation information. $24 11 class tonight from 5.7 p.m. BACKYARD: A night out in the backyard
H78)5)! 524 31/' :83 I KEGoodrichwere 1
SPAGHETTI A dinner at the Catholic for parents and children will occur July 22 at J y
Student Center for Students for Farmworkerswill 7:30 p.m. at 8508 NW 6th Ave. Admission is __J11uUoJI''JjljJh
be given from 5:30-7 p.m. tonight $2. and reservations are necessary. Call /91a M Wells' :1 ou,I@f'Wild", the other guys

.*umission! is 51,25. For further informationcall Buddy Fish at 376-0705, Dr. A.B. Packer at
: Kathy at 373-0101. 392-2327 or Joe Sheppard at 378-9752. 4 Ways To Charge:Master Charge,ankAmiricartf,American Eiprm,Revolving Charge
MAIIARAJI Discussion of the controversial DIVERS: The Barnacle Busters slide show
17-year-old Guru Maharaji' and the and party will be shown Thursday at 8 p.m. in
meditation which he reveals will be held the Camelot Recreation Hall at 3425 SW 2nd TOWN TIRE CO.
tonight from 7:30-9:30: p.m. in room 355 of Ave. For further information call G.E.
he J. Wayne Reitz Union. Call Chuck or Ryschkewitsch at 392-0545 or 372-8775.
reg at 376-7495 for further information. WRITERS Persons interested in writing for
FEVE MORRIS BAND: Boogie to the the Gator Growl should submit a sample of 605 N.W. 8th AVE. PHONE 378-2333

mnds of the Steve Morris Band from 8:30- their material to room 312 or 313 of the J.
11:30: p.m. Thursday at the Broward poolside.For Wayne Reitz Union by Oct. 24. For further

further information call Fred at 392- information call 3921661.
7535. ECK-SATSAN: There will be an introductory I
THEATRE: The Florida Players are talk on ECK-SATSANG on July
presenting three plays: "the Brave Little 22 at 7:30 p.m. in room 361 of the J. Wayne
Tailor"on Aug. 7-9; "Lovers." on Aug. 7-9; Reitz Union. Call 377-6453 for more in
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from page one CSEF Wins Major Victory

"THIS IS UNFORGIVABLE to me," said Heuer, "I've ; .The Career Service Employees FederationCSEF!.AFT AFL-a0.recently' scored major; victory; in its mcceatul/ ; .
done more for that union then they've ever done for me." defense: of Mary Hrurr Fired arbitrarily by; the University last ful/ !.Ms. Heuer wu reinstated Av the State CareerService .
Heuer said that she may file suit against the CSEF and its ; Commission to her position at Sha'nds Hospital OtIJu".12. 1975-W tTH ALL BACK PAY AND LEGAL .
affiliate the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) becauseof : EXPENSES AWARDED.
the advertisement.. tDnlarrsMary: NEVER COi'LD HAVE FOUGHT IT WITHOUT THE MORAL AND -

Allocations edge : IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU! : :
.. .Collects bargaining, prevent arbitrary firings of. careersen'ice employee J : ..
toward final tallyBy Collective bargaining; ; means guaranteed due process jar all career service tmplo.\',,". MS. Heuer : .

FRANK RINELLA : : Career Service Employees NEED Collective Bargaining : :
Alligator Staff Writer ------ -------------------------------
: 1---C I would'; liko more Information about CSEF.
Funding for extended pool hours and a student survival
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approval handbook in are the among Student the Senate proposals tonight expected, according to receive to Senate final : SUPPORT CSEF I I 1111,.,, ... .v.IINI I mi nnmlll:imaiik: ,:, :., w/i wlaiii: :::n:.: .NNj... :"Ml i ,NI N'/NNI INNI I :
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President Art Aspinwall. I \i IN< ><''(* n>r w/iiwi .w '5.INNI(
Proposals expected to pass are: : II .\ \/1. / I :
$948 to pay salaries of lifeguards and enable Broward : llll'Rfylr."; A ft'.1/1/<1\ I.
Pool hours to be extended until 11:30: p.m.,Sundays through : J J't'I..'. n. ,y tmrr.5. Thursdays. and until I 1:30: a.m.on Fridays and Staturdays. ...........................I- >II// illi/ I la. '>liV .
$10,895 for a dimmer board and a memory system for DISPUTED AD '
the Florida Players. The two pieces of
equipment help control
,'quote was a fabrication'Planning
the intensity and sequences of lights used during different

acts.. $7.500 for .r repair of broken band and orchestra instruments position stays vacant

owned by UF. .
$9,970 to fund Florida Quarterly from fall quarter 1975 By LINDA WISNIEWSKI speculation. Hanson said.
through spring quarter, 1976. Alligator Staff Writer The planning and analysis director's position became
$4,500 to publish a student survival handbook, which vacant nearly four months ago when Stafford resigned to
will be aimed at new students, and give advice on how to become an assistant to State University System ChancellorE.T.
handle problems created by campus living. A decision is expected in six weeks on whether to hire a new York.
$16,000 to complete construction of a dressing room for director planning and analysis to fill the position vacatedby Fox said he is currently responsible for "fiscal and
the women's tennis team. Joseph Stafford. monetary planning" at UF and prepares UF's budget
ALSO EXPECTED TO PASS are several bills that would Meanwhile three men have assumed Stafford's responsibilities requests for legislative funds made to the Board of Regents.
"clean house/ Aspinwall said. without pay increases. Meanwhile Hanson has taken charge of planning the
"These aee cases where various groups funded by the THE MEN INCLUDE UF executive Vice President Harold number of buildings needed on campus by determining UF's
senate spent money left over in one area of their budget on an Hanson associate planning and analysis director Neil Webb future enrollment, Fox said.
area that they were short. What we are doing is cleaning and Dallas Fox Fox said. THE ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES are not new to
house in our books," Aspinwall said. Fox said a decision on whether a planning director will be Hanson because Stafford: as planning director reported
Student organizations are allowed to exceed the amount of hired should be made when Hanson meets with Webb and directly to Hanson Fox added.
each budgetary item by 5 per cent Aspinwall explained.For Fox. Fox said he receives approximately $25,000 per year as
example. Student Government Productions had $980 Hanson admitted the recently vacated position is frozen associate director planning and analysis.
left over from performers' fees, promotions and phone ex under the Education and General budget, but he refused to Webb receives $25,900 as associate director of planningand
penses. They were allowed to use this money toward comment on whether a new director will be hired this year. anaylsis and Stafford received'approximatlly $29.200 per
I production costs. "ANYTHING ABOUT THE FUTURE would be pure year as director, Fox said.The .

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k a 1lt 11I C11 L : ,

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1 Into wine ,' :,,

And then there was the professor at Florida

Technological University who hit upon a novel way
of recruiting students into his underenrolledcourse.


Of course, the dozens of students who signed up
for his wine making course may have been a bit

surprised, and even a bit disappointed, to find
themselves studying .basic chemistry.

While Dr. Frank E. Juge found nothing wrong .
with using the science of wine making as a come
on to demonstrate basic chemical' reactions and ::
formulas some of his students who signed up with
visions of becoming wine connoisseurs may have
found his tactics a bit dubious.

This months Frank E. Juge award for dubious
tactics has to go to the Career Service Employes ; -
Federation (CSEF) in appreciation of their advertising '% WOWJ! I CAN SEE soY z AND APOu.o's REFLECTION

techniques: I
Last Tuesday the CSEF placed a half page
with MaraWhy
advertisement in the Alligator proclaiming in bold Listen-then get a
black headlines a CSEF "major victory."

The ad concerned a recent Career Service do men get all the 2. My stereo system is matter as much as personal. even get the male's attentionis
Commission recommendation that Mary Heuer, breaks? Last quarter a male worth (a) $1000 and up (b) to most of the womei, by game-playing tactics like
who was fired by UF last fall,. be reinstated with Alligator writer ran a contest $400 (c) $25 questioned. When the wome "the silent treatment"
back and sick "Win a Date With Your Page 3. 1 am a member of (a) a were asked to describe the because she has tried over and
pay pay. .
most attractive over to gain the man's attention
Three Mate. rock group (b) a motorcycleclub man physically
The CSEF ad proclaimed a "major victory in its Well why should he get to (c) Young Americans for to them, they ,only to be interruptedor
successful defense of Mary Huer fired arbitrarilyby do it and not me? I've Freedom described a tall thin "in- ignored..
the university last fall. decided to defy the double 4. My favorite outfit is (a) telligent"-looking male Being a good listener
"I never could have fought it without the moral standard and give the malesof reverse-stitiched bluejeans rather than the muslce- doesn't mean just sitting there
UF a chance to "Win a platforms and 'a pocket bound "ruggedly handsome"type and letting out an occasional
and financial support I received from CSEF, Date With Janis Mara." calculator (b) a leather most males think women "uhhuh" or ."Yeah".
Heuer was quoted: as saying. Oh. I know what you thinkof Feedback is invaluable. If
The whole idea; of course, was a push for new me. Don't you think I you don't understand tell the
members in the group's drive to become the don't. You pen misspelled JANIS MARA person so. Or just try
missives of misogynist L summarizing what you think
collective bargaining unit for UF's career service
malevolence to the Alligator OPINIONheadband the person's trying to say.
employes.Of writing into the wee hours of Think you'd like to try it
itself, the ad is nothing more than a union the night complaining about out? Well, it just so happens
harmlessly blowing its own horn. Except for one my column. and a fringed vest prefer.. I know somebody who wouldbe
thing. YOU THINK I'm a man- with a complementary pair of It's a shame to think that happy to coach'you. Yes
Mary claims it's not true. hater who sleeps in the steroe headphones (c) a T. many men feel badly about here's a chance to try out all
refrigerator and has the heart shirt that says "Sit on My not living up to a standard these mini-lessons in peer
Heuer, who is no longer a member of the union, (and build) of a drill sargent. Face" and a speaker ripped. which women don't even counseling I keep shovelingout.
said it was all done "behind her back" and Well here's a chance to off from the drive-in. believe. Most men would do You can practice themon
without her permission. She added that the quotewas penetrate the mystery. Rise to How do your answers better to work on their me.
fabrication and her defense" the occasion and enter the "stack up"? If you chose listening skills rather than WRITE IN to The I
a "winning was competition! Hell it's a either (a), (b), or (c) for any of stocking up their record Alligator today for a date with
provided by her attorney, not the CSEF. chance for sweet revenge if the questions forget itl! If you collection or wardrobe, or Ms. M ara. Don't bother to
Heuer is upset with the ad, not only because it nothing else. gulped every time you read an taking the Charles Atlas answer the quiz; just send a
is to her untrue, but because she fears the undue Now that you're breathless answer you will probably do body-building course.LISTENING short resume of your most
publicity may hurt her chances of retaining her jobif with aniticpation let me OK. Vomiting is even better.IF IS an art, as' socially redeeming charac.
UF decides to appeal the decision.To proceed to blow the seams out YOU THINK the anyone in the psychology- teristics perhaps a
of your BVD's. All you haveto questions are shallow, you're based disciplines can tell you. photograph and your vita!
all this, CSEF president Dale Stratford do to win with your friendly right. I doubt that any Men are encouraged to talk statistics. No offer is too
counters with a rather lame statement. "The feminist .columnist is to woman reaaly considers such while women are told "be a small!
answer these simple things as clothing or stereo good listener." This huff,
CSEF is aware that in our ad concerning MaryHeuer's can Remember-you can
it to that total questions: systems when she looks for a block communication to an you can puff, you can strut
case was misleading imply
I. I ( ) male
am a ruggedly companion. almost infuriating extent in et
your stuff but you'll never
financial support' came from us. handsome (b) powerfully builtc Surveys of today's college male-female relations. Often enough of my won.
The ad seems particularly ironic to us in view of ( ) both of the above. women reveal that looks don'i, the only way a woman can derful. .column.
Stratford's attitude last quarter when she learnedher

own job was in jeopardy.Last .

March she learned her position as staff The
assistant in the Upward Bound program would be Cunningham Edltor-ln-Chl.f Tom New Shroder Editor

terminated. That the president of a career service Florida
union should be terminated seemed a newsworthyevent Alligator :

indeed but' the story wasn't printed until till UMttl/CG/t/ Douglas Hatch* MindiKeimonlayout
early in. June. cP Managing EditorBookkeeper Editor
The reason? After putting off the press for 1 _
awhile admitted she didn't want her chancesof
quite R.A.'Tony' l K.ndiior.//.:. .. .. .. .... ... .. .... ..General
being reinstated in another position to be James V. Cook .. . ... .. ... :.... .. ... ... .... .Assistant General Manager Published by
jeopardized by too much publicity. Mr,. Evelyn Belt . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .... .. ..Administrative Monag.Manager Assistant f:uitiiMiH (...".""".".alums., In'
Anne Malphurs . . .. . .. ... .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .
Perhaps we should be getting used to such C. Roy Shipp . . . ..;'....'.' . ... . .. .. .. .....Business if P.O. Son 13366 University
dubious tactics as various groups scramble to TomMocNorraro . . .. .: .... .. . ..... .. .... ... ... ... .Accountant Manager Station. Gainesville. Florida with
Ray McGee Jr. ". . . . .. .. .. . ... . ... ... offices behind the College 'Inn.
become the collective bargaining units for UF'sfaculty SuianMo.ley! .'... : ... ; :...Ii;.'j ,. .,: I..... ... I '... .... .i.. .Advertising Manager 1721 West University Avenue ...
and career workers. Perhaps we should Jim Esposito .. . ..... . .. .w a. i. .. .. .. ....r .i.. ..Adv.rtI.rr\Qe.Production <:t:' ... :....,Ous/nus'CkflteQho.r.hT7,6-44,...... .'
but we're not. Within the confines of an academic Glenda Martin . . .. . .. .... .. .. .. ..Circulation&Classified Manager Manager Advertising Witor.ofrpVrtment' and Production: 376-4451.

community, they seem particularly abhorrent. Department; 3764482I .

Th lndp.ndnt Florida Alligator Tutdoy. ,July 15 1975 Pogf.\ B

Gandhi's politicsdon't


;J't\' : .' .1 '. ..:J j'(; surprise

Tff,, :
.'. .' 1'j." Ananda Marga
: .
;:'*1 .,
..4 .; .,: EDITOR Indira Gandhi's declaration of a national state
I' Ji. ; 1 of emergency and subsequent arrest of opposition political
leaders came as no surprise to members of the Ananda Marga
society here. Their spiritual mentor in India has been under
detention for over three years and society members there have
faced government harassment since late 1960's.
Gandhi has often resorted to harsh methods to deal with
FORD y//
her opponents. In 1974 she had over 8.000 railroad union
officials arrested to break the back of a national railway
strike.In .
1971 Shrii Snrii Anandamurti. founder of Ananda
Marga was arrested in Bihar state. He was charged with
conspiriacy to commit homicide. in connection with the
deaths of former members of Ananda Marga.
However.. his followers feel that the government has
trumped up charges against him in order to discredit the
organization. Since 1971 Anandamurti has been held in a
Bihar jail and has yet to receive a trial. He has fasted for 825
1'needsmassseatingfacility days taking only 2 cups of liquid per day to protest govern-
S ment mistreatment of himself and his followers.
Ananda Marga is an international socio-spiritual
organization. Members teach meditation and are actively
involved in promoting social progress. In India. Ananda
Marga has been vocal in denunciations of government
corruption and mismanagement.In .
North America the Ananda Marga has just concludedan
I UF international seminar at the University of Arkansas attended -
by seven Gainesville delegates where plans were
initiated for a variety of social service programs such as
school:, group homes, medical clinics and food cooperatives.
EDITOR: As a member ot the Mass Seating Facility THIS UNIVERSITY and others have used these in the past Locally Ananda Marga has been involved in teaching
Committee and a member of the faculty. I would like to for such facilities as the student union and since the fees can meditation in the university community establishing a model
emphasize a point that space has not permitted you to stress. not be used for certain other purposes I feel that we do have yoga-meditation program at Union Correctional Institution at
This is the fact that an important unit in the mass seating these needs on the campus for cultural program facilities Kaiford. and service to the aged at a local convalescent home.
facility is a performing arts auditorium seating 2,4000 with which should be met. Stu Fabric
adequate state with proper acoustical properties for plays 6AS
other dramatic productions and also for orchestra. This is a Manning J. Dauer Marc Malcom
!serious lack on the campus. Professor 4AS
WE HAVE been much criticized tor lack of proper
facilities to present cultural events. Consequently this is one of
the important features to me as a member of the committee in Ls
recommending approval of the facility.
I should also mention that this typeof facility can not be
secured from ordinary state appropriations. While I fully
appreciate the needs for faculty salary increases for more ..
teachers etc.. this part of the student fee is the one fee that
can be used for additional facilities for cultural events as well
tor large-scale events like rock concerts and then also for

athletic programs.

30 years quickies' () ,/ <:. '

prevent slowing downEDITOR 1f11(' / / M1SICp

: Not being what is generally classified as a +++w u+r.wF4csr N6>n+S ,C / / I Inyfs Jj 1lLUJ'tJit,
"stud" or even attractive male. I was somewhat bemused.nay. givauvF 1 / / IJI, !
dismayed to be honest by the column of Janis Mara on July I.
This lady would induce lallacropia in a sane saint. ;
DUE TO my physical shortcomings (I'm sure)I spent 30 W ef
years and a small fortune paying for "quickies" and now -..- .
some insane bitch tells me me. to slow down and show some $' -' .-.,,-;.
affection. How would 1 survive without Voltaire for inspiration '

? Rosco Horling.7PE 'LISTEN! I'M FLAW OUR SONG '

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I Education library should open on weekends I

of education majors the library from the summer heat. I feel that ostensibly students can only be obtained at the education library
EDITORS Much to the chagrin many
the education has been closed on weekends for this these reasons are justified. How ever, Jjen' the following facts making it very difficult for education students who are only
library are considered the closing of the education library on able to use the library on weekends, either because of week
summer quarter. day job obligations ( of our students work and to
The rationale behind this action stems from two monetary weekends seems unjust. many go
funds to, employ students Fact: According to information supplied by Tigert Hall school part-time) or heavy class schedules and praticums.
criteria First
assistants: second not lack enough of air conditioning facilities to cool the summer enrollment for the entire university stands at only I feel that since education,students are paying the same
: 46 per cent of its full-time capacity while the enrollment at tuition now as they do during fall quarter then they should
the college of education stands at 70 per cent of its full-time also receive the same privileges. I realize a tight budget exists
The IndependentFlorida load. Even more astounding, the college of education actuallyhas for every college but in view of the above facts the closing of
an increase in enrollment percentage wise for the entire the education library on weekends seems unwarranted.
university for this summer quarter as compared to the last fall .If worse comes to worse the library could at least be open
Alligator quarter. Sunday night. with fans used to dispense with some of the
) Last fall. '9.5 per cent of the university students were summer heat. I know many education majors that would
enrolled in the college of education whereas this'summer :rather bear some'physical discomfort than have the library
Rick Ad.lmon Editor Cory. N.ws Editor quarter has 14.6 per cent of university students enrolled in the I not open at ail:weekends... I .* .
Sports college of education-an increase of over 5 per cent. I'm willing to volunteer my time (tour hours' on Sunday
Fact: Besides the college of education library the only nights) and my fan if necessary if this will aid in getting the
John Moron other libraries closed on weekends are music and ar, library open on weekends.
f Photo f Editor chitecture.Fact Joe DeCristoforo
.,. .*. .' .. .. .'. .'. .' '.
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Page 10.Independent Florida Alligator,Twetday.July 13,1975Heavyhanded


bogs down 'Lovers'By Welcome toP

callous town butcher, wind up Tudor are the wornaroundtheedges ; GATOR
Alligator News Editor slaughtering half the lovers in this one
population of the Irish hamletin which is saved by a few sighs.
A pretentious script bogged a well-timed, hilarious gags and one ,outstanding
down an enthusiastic Florida fantasy. slapstick scene. Otherwise it While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS.:
Players summer repertorycast "Winners" is accompanied suffers from the same heavy- SHOP and BOOKSTORE,located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We
at Constans Theater from the beginning by a handed pretensions as the
Saturday night. strangely sober narration opener. are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you,

Brian Friel's "Lovers" which\ turns out to be the the student.
(wiled as "two brilliant one- transcript on an inquest into LUTER, AS ANDY, is
acts contrasting young love the young lovers' mysterious trapped in a marriage
with its more mature drowning. dominated by a bed-ridden, 'Y 1 ''', '
counterpart" ended a twodayrun :'
but returns August 7-9. .
The two one-hour, one-set Y
plays are subtitled "Winners"and Y 1 SM.Q.' v
"Losers," respectively. Arts ReviewIt
'I I he great insights promisedby
the subject and the intriguing
titles never come
THE BEST THE two lour- seems! that same afternoon religiously fanatical mother- 1
member casts can manage are the soon-to-be in-law (Molly DePree). .' 1
fleeting moments when the married couple will steal a Admist the redundancy of
players free themselves of the rowboat and end up floating "Losers"message is one scene
heavy thematic pretensionsthat face down in the village pond. in which Luter really shines in
prevade both plays tor The only problem is the an orgy of drunken scrilege.
occasions of inspired silliness. hilltop scene lends no insight IT IS UNFORTUNATE'
into the significance of the that with as little opportunity :
Michelle Sims and Barry Schwartz unsolved deaths.IT as theater-starved Gainesville I
as the young lovers IS A RATHER cheap has to see live drama a more .
somehow keep a drawn-out effect to set up a dramaticaura palatable vehicle was not ,.
cliche-ridden hilltop dialogue of impending doom chosen tor the considerable :r
from grinding to ;complete about the lovers and fails to energies of the Florida rl :'
halt.Their relate the unfolding scene to Players.
performance, a bit what the audience knows The repertory will continue
stiff (Schwartz) and pushy about their fate. with "Dames at Sea" TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED ARaffTECTURE & ENONEERINfi
(Sims) at times/'took off tor "Losers" is also set in Wednesday through Saturdayand GYM OUTFITS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
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Johnnie Richard
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I Woman_ blocked from gridironBy

;: will not allow her to try out Title IX -'
states that schools of the women's athletic
Alligator during the squad's annual participating in intercollegiate department said.
look at uninvited non- "Equal but
realized she started late sports have to separate
!scholarship hopefuls. provide contact sports for women
equal athletic
and she knew the odds were opportunities
He said he was opposed to to both in would have to be set up if the
her, but "Sleepy Head sexes
Johnnie"against wanted to try. women playing on the same non.contact sport such as interest was there," she said,
team in contact adding
sports tennis
or swimming
Johnnie Richard 20, and a
former Miss Black UF UF would consider A school is not required to EXACTLY how equal it'
contestant, wanted to play starting women's football let women try out for men's would be is another question.
varsity football this season. team it there was enough contact sports.THEREFORE. Title IX does not force equal

She i is 5 loot 9, weighs 140 interest! appropriations of funds inwomen's ts'

pounds, and would have likedto "I'M NOT QUITTINGuntil Johnnie'sfate sports yet.
was left up to Dickey. An Richard said people are
have been a wide receiver
they refuse
to let me amendment to Title IX may really trying to talk her out of '
or maybe the field goal come on the field" she said clarify the .situation it. "You'll get hurt," and. ,
kicker "I !should have started when I "' :" "
1 he amendment states "the football field is not a-
But UF head football coach was a freshman! I think I "
that women will not be place for you are typical ,;'
Doug Dickey dealt Richard across would have but the law was
allowed to participate mmen's comments, she said. :
block when he "
body uiilcrent then the !senior '
contact sports, Dr. "Yah. I know it's rough,
announced that he
Saturday broadcasting major !said Ruth Alexander chairwoman !she said, "but I'm taking this I

thing seriously. If I couldn't I
take it, I couldn't take it i

I Students! find lice in Anderson Hall and Women's I'd be the Lib first organizationsthat one to tell I

we couldn't .
:Students> went home scratching after an Olive Waugh secretary lor the English
hour psychology Tuesday. department said, "It will! all be taken care RICHARD SAID she has
Students in PSY 201 discovered lice in o.'" never played football before.

room 210 of Anderson flail Waugh said, "The room has been closed "The thing is, I really think
Laurie Johnson 2 UC said "During class and the walls and everything have been football is'a challenge. k
lie began itching and had to kill lice." fumigated. Screens will be put on the windows Practice, training, the ; P4 nP'< r
"A PIGEON LIVED in the room becausethe to keep future pigeons out. workouts, the routine it's 3
windows were left open all of the time and "JANITORS HAD REPORTED the room really challenging to me," she
pigeon! droppings were all over the floor," before this but it was not acted upon until the said "I just wanted a
Johnson !said +k.. rL
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Alligator Staff Writer

The one-time UF'-owned Devil's Millhopper. is recovering income sourcesBy
from !serious erosion! and may become an educational site.
Dr. Ellison Hardee. district !supervisor of the Department
of Natural Resources said his department which presentlyowns LINDA WISNIEWSKI
the Millhopper. the!sinkhole could best be used for Alligator Staff Writer

educational purposes.An .
interpretive facility talking about the Millhopper, an UF President ,Robert Q. Marston has nothing to reveal -
observation! platform and a boardwalk are planned tor the financially that is.
Marston is one of several public officials who was requiredto
site.BUILDING A BOARDWALK two-thirds of the way down file a financial disclosure statement with the Division of
the !sinkhole wall and the observation platform will become Elections in Tallahassee.
reality in a couple of months Hardee said. "but I'm not sure TilE DEADLINE to file the forms is today.
about funds lor the interpretive facility." Marston said he listed no additional sources of income on
After observing recently displayed signs reading "keep his financial disclosure statement. The current disclosure law
oil'," and directional arrows. UF student Robert Gregg said requires public'officials to list sources providing at least 10
"I don't like what they did because the signs destroy the per cent of their incomes."It .
I' natural beauty of the Millhopper." was a very easy form to fill out" Marston joked.
RANGER PAUL CRAWFORD of the Division of Parks MARSTON SAID a copy of his financial statement is
and. Recreation !said the !signs and paths were needed to sl. available in the Office of Administrative Affairs.
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prevent damage of the !sinkholes' walls because of the indiscriminate 4l Marston. who was vacationing in Virginia said he filed his
climbing on them. form before May IS the deadline originally proposed by the
People wouldn't voluntarily use the one passage route so state legislature.The .
signs had to be used.! Crawford said. deadline was extended two months to allow additional
Approximately WX) people visit the sinkhole weekly duringthe time for all elected officials to file the statements.All .
!summer months. state and local officials are required to file financial
Among them. Danny and Charlene Fernandez said they disclosure statements, in addition to appointed board and
were told "to see this!site before leaving Gainesville." commission members State University System ChancellorDr.
Two I families also came for recreation and to look for. E.T. York and state university presidents.
sharks teeth in the !spring water flowing through the basin of ALTHOUGH TilE officials must list sources who have
the sinkhole contributed more than 10 per cent to their income they do
MILLIIOPPER VISITORS !see gullies caused by rain and not have to list the exact amount. the sources have con
pedestrian! climbing. About two years ago. UF handed ownership over to the Representative Bill Andrews (D-Gainesville) said he listedas
Department of Natural Resources because of lack of fundingto his, sources of income his law practice in
maintain the sinkhole John Beckham ranger at Payne's Gainesville his part ownership of a mobile home trailer parkon
Prairie. State Reserve! !said. Archer Rd.:, and ownership, of commercial property on NW
EROSION WAS SO BAD that two feet of soil per year was r .... t 13th Street.
eroding to the bottom of the !sinkhole. Dr. Earl C. Prikle.
photo by bob wool Andrews said he tiled his statement three weeks ago.
chairman of the UF physical !sctencedepartment !said. Rep. Sid Martin (Hawthorne) listed his insurance
Since then terracing around the edges reroutes water into DEVIL'S MILLHOPPER agency his 150 acre farm and commercialproperty he owns in
the forest, eliminating a major cause of erosion Crawford Hawthorne as sources of additional income.
.slowly recoveringby
Martin said he tiled his
said.Brush statement "two or three months
md logs were added and visitors were confined to a'solution in underlying limestone resulting in a cavern ago."
one entrance and exit which stopped pedestrians from causing the above ground to collapse. OTHER PUBLIC OFFICIALS that could not be contacted
destroying! the !sides and top of the sinkhole Crawford said According to Ford no unique sinkhole vegetation grows in included York, Board of Regents member Jack McGriff and
Also the sinkhole was fenced in to bar motor vehicles from the Millhopper.But Public Employee Relations Commission Curtis Mack.
driving near it which has slowed down erosion he said. Pirkle said. "the Millhopper is a very important Corporate Secretary of the Board of Regents Hendrix
The !sinkhole will take about 10 years to recover if people scientific formation because of its exposed rocks." Chandler said York tiled his financial disclosure
!stay off the sides botanist Ernie S. Ford said. The Millhoppei also should be preserved because of its "two or three months ago" although he did not statement
ACCORDING TO Ford,the Devil's Millhopper was caused beauty Pirkle said. what it contained.

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ligible i For ,eUn UF's Role in SystemTo

udy Grants

Be Studied This WeekWhat

Iree blacks at the University of Floridabe
among 27 in the State Universitym
who will be awarded grantsinaidontinue is the role of the State University
their education. A Careerice System in the state of Florida?
[ employee and a faculty member What is the role of each of the nine University
lip employee at each of the nine state universities in'the system?
ersities will receive scholarship mon- These and related questions are in the
ji addition to their regular salaries. A process of being answered for a revised
uate student will be chosen from each Comprehensive Development Plan for the Digest
[ersity and awarded a year's scholar- system.Dr. .
Applications are available at the Joseph Stafford of the chancellor's: Produced
uate School Office 223 Grinter Hall, staff and Dr Joe Olander of the staff of the hiblictttont by the Division Service ofltfomttttM to communlate

days from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.st r Commissioner' Education will be on official,novices Important
year 15 grants were awarded and campus Wednesday and Thursday for a HI formation to ,'"d '.faculty .<
{uccess of those recipients has led the series of preliminary interviews on UF's nail a I.the I H"tity Florida
University System to expand the role. The two have visited all other
campuses and will use the information
ram so that each university will be'
ded. gathered as the basis for the study to be
[! of the grants-in-aid made over the next several months. Harold Hanson; 1 to 2 p.m.,Health Affairs
jn e is purpose to aid the SUS in overcoming pro- The itinerary of their visit Is as follows: Vice President Al Stetson; 2 to 3 p.m.,
Wednesday to 10 a.m., President Agricultural Affairs Vice-President Ken-
ficulties in locating and t recruiting
lied blacks for specific discipline Robert Marston and his staff; 10 to 11 a.m., neth Tefertiller; 3:30: to 4:30 p.m., Academic
Council of Academic Deans; lunch with Affairs Vice-President Robert Br-
and to make the
possible availability .__ Dr.Marston and Executive Vice-President
-.0.16'; Wk5: I f J
ligher level black administrators and
yan.Thursday 9 to 11 a.m., meetings with
[die management. It Is also designed to
committees (Senate Steering, Academic -
Interferon ResearcherDr.
borage graduate students In areas not Educational
Wily blacks.e Advisory,
pursued by
scenarios task force and
Policy Group,
UF faculty member or A&P Dr. Gifford goals task force); 11 to 12, Student Affairs
chosen George
loyee will receive
a $3,000t Vice-President Art Sandeen, Dean of
,plus regular salary A$10,000 salary Student Services Tom Goodale and a groupof
acement will be made to his or her

ersity. The graduate student will Wins Sigma Awardinfections The students.University System is now operating

five a $4,000 scholarship over fourrters. under a plan, called CODE, phase 1,
The Career Service employee published in December, 1969. The Univer-
receive $284 In scholarship money, George E. Gifford, professor in the and to define the precise sity of Florida and Florida State Univer-
i salary for a quarter and a $2,000 Department of Immunology and Medical relationship of interferon to the immune sity are described in that document as
try replacement will be made to the Microbiology, has been named winner of defense system. Such information could having "similar educational goals. They
persity. the annual UF Sigma XI Faculty Research prove useful in finding more effective offer diverse undergraduate,graduate and
plications should be mailed no later Award. Sigma Xi is an international ways to reduce suffering due to viral .professional programs of study and con- .
July 31 to: SUS Grant-In-Aid Pro- scientific socity which encourages original infections and perhaps for better treat- duct extensive research. Their primary
o, Graduate School Office, 223 scientific investigation. ment of those cancers which are viral in roles In the State University System,
titerHallUF. Through his research and scientific origin.Dr. therefore, will be to serve as centers for
he Affirmative Action Advisory Coun- writing, Dr.Gifford has become one of the Gifford's studies have been funded advanced graduate and professional stud
chaired by Dr. Harry Shaw, will world's experts on interferon a substance by grants and contracts from the National ies. For the most part, students selecting
few the applications and submit the which has been called the "body's all-pur Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases either of these universities for undergraduate
ics of UF's nominees to the State pose virus fighter". Because it is only during the past 15 years. He Joinedthe study will be preparing themselvesfor
ersity System by August 10. Recip- effective within the animal species in University of Florida faculty when the admission to graduate professionalstudy
i will be notified by August. 15. which it is produced (hence only human medical college opened In 1957. and advanced graduate study."
interferon is effective against human viral
ity Leaders disease), major scientific quests have
been to find ways of producing the On-Campus Enrollment 13,012
F'ers To substance in larger quantity and better
understanding its antiviral action.
The University of Florida has a record summer on-campus enrollment of 13,012, plus a
Mass Seating Dr. Gifford has developed an effectivetest approximately 500 Continuing Education students. Last summer's enrollment totaled
for measuring interferon, and has 11,207. _
resident Robert Marston and other reported promising results from experimental Of the 13,012 currently enrolled, 8,788 are undergraduates and 4,224 graduate and
tubers of the UF administration will work in which he produced human professional students. '
t with representatives of the Greater interferon in human placental tissue. The undergraduate student breakdown is as follows: ,freshman, 594; sophomores,844;
esville Area Chamber of Commerce More recently,he has been working with Juniors, 2,524; seniors 4,040; post-baccalaureate, 602; and unclassified students, 184.
I city and county governments Wednes- mice to better define how interferon The graduate and professional student breakdown: 3,230 graduate, 720 law, 190
morning to discuss the proposed mass assists an animal's recovery from viral medical, and 84 dentistry.
(ting activities center.
pe meeting was requested by Chamber
[Commerce President. James String-

{ow.ainesville Mayor-Commissioner Joee Do You Know of Job Openings? Dentistry Announces

and Board of County Commissioners

I in rman attendance.Jack Durrance are scheduled to Tell Career Planning, PlacementMembers 13 ChairpersonsThe

|Jo agenda has been set for the meeting, College of Dentistry has formalizedits
Men has been described as an opportunto of the University community who know'about outside employment administrative structure and an-
| exchange Information. opportunities for graduates are asked to send notice of these positions to the nounced the following departments and
Career Planning and Placement Center, G-22 J. Wayne Reitz Union. In a recent their chairmen: Basic Dental Sciences,
letter to all deans department chairmen and faculty, the Center noted that the Dr.Parker E. Mahan; Community Dentis-
esident's Honor employment situation for many UF graduates Is "bleak". The letter noted, "We try, Quentin M. Smith; Dental Biomaterlals -
'II the Center) can open the job listings to a larger body of potential candidates and Hamdl A. Mohammed.
Certificatesn alumni, who can then compete for these employment opportunities on an Dental Education, Arthur. King;
Endodontics, John F. Bucher Occlusion
individual basis. ;
> Be Picked Up The Center has a direct tie-in with the Florida State Employment Service and Fixed Prosthodontics, Edwin F.
dents who "Computer Job Bank" and also has Job listings for Northeast t Florida received Shyrock; Operative Dentistry David
!nc 12 or earned a 4.0 spring quarter daily and for the entire state once a week on mlcro-flche cards., A special Job Grainger.
more hours'
ID"* I .Honor may pick up reader Is available for students and alumni to scan the available positions Oral Medicine, Harold R. Stanley;
sjdent' Roll certificates In
& availabilities which are Immediate openings are placed on a sign-up Orthodontics, Nann A. Wickwire; 'Pedi-
( AU Job .
!? s XRce V6 from 8
Ito > TIgert, Center then forwards to the
h p.m. board and students may register. The names atric Dentistry, Carroll G. Bennett; Perio- t.
weekdays. and invite the employers to visit campus to interview. dontics, acting chairman Richard B.
ufK111111 t 1,000 the certificates to the employers who are scheduled to interview on campus are listed weekly and Chaffee, Removable Prosthodontics, JohnF.
RJJ students on the Honor RoD student in advance.(V.taterviewst.AtfA; Bowman and Oral Surgery, Frederick .
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bdrm Oak Forest opt. $75 + 'V utll each SAMMIE OF LONDON-Hove a hair styleto Professional huntieol Instruction | 4663340'I ,
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wanted to buy set of weights reasonably stations on the FM band.
the. Sot even 7 to 9 378-7131 ((1119.1549)DON'T | ) "The Eyeglass Super Mart"UNIVERSITY
I priced. Call 372-970)) evenings before
: Self hypnosis sure to stop you. lose .300 SW 4th Ave. 378-44NC CABU CO. INC
HELP WANTED weight too. Private oppt.Theodore Relu (m-fr-152-c)
523 N.MAIN ST.
372-7008 after 5 pm ((1.511549)Wadding | ) -Experienced certified Instructor of
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Salary +commission.United Real Estate Invitations from $11.40 per
Instruction of hondlcepped Openingsnow
Assoc. Broker 377-6973 (e-4t-155-p) 100. Two week delivery. Hundreds of
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TRANSCENDENTAL [ MIKE'S in the Independent Florida Alligator,we invite our
SERVICESMIT readers to contact us when, in their opinion,
1 Pipes advertisers' claims published in the IFA have ".
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Baqqy bombs : the new game in town


;;i By LOU BRANCACCIO and would only be used in a backup situation.
.Jc Alligator Correspondent The poor marine sucker at the pool didn't know he would ..' .,'
v:;.:' soon be part of history. And then with the flick of the wrist. I
'1 ;;'. It all started innocently enough. A boring summer day. Hot and an arch of the arm-a n.ew sport was born. o
and humid. Zero excitement. Laboriously, almost cruelly, the baggy angled toward its
Chen peering from the now infamous third floor apart- destination. The sun glittered off of the bomb at times, as it
ment in the Cin City section of Gainesville, a friend was inched closer and closer. It was a hawk with wings pulled
spotted lying at the pool. A marine buddy. You know, war back spinning, falling, plunging toward its target.
and bombs and all of that. THE MARINE'S time was almost up now and second
HE WAS only 60 feet away. And half of that 60 feet was thoughts began appearing, as if this whole thing should have
straight down. A sitting duck for something. But what? If never begun. But it was too late now.There was no taking that
only. .and then it came. A vision of a sport more daring than throw back. It was thrown in the labor of love while creating a
streaking, more skillful than basketball and more trouble new spots and it was destined for a direct hit.
than you may have bargained for. Splat.
It was soon to be known as"baggy bombs:" Thousands of water droplets spewed from the baggy
A mad dash was made to the kitchen. Now where are soaking the marine. His hair would have stood on end, but an
those. .ah, there they are. Quickly, almost grantically, two eighth of an inch of hair has trouble standing on end.
(, sandwich size baggies (the bigger baggies were later proved HE QUICKLY surveyed the surrounding area and spottedthe
highly innaccurate) were half filled with water. culprit standing proudly on the balcony.
CRAWLING TO the balcony on elbows and knees with "You die," where his only words as second thoughts about
baggies in hand, the victim was again brought into range. the"labor of love" and "creating a new sport": and all of that
Standing straight up, the elbow and arm were slowly cocked crap turned into third thoughts.
into tiring position. The second baggy was placed on the floor Life is tense nowadays. The baggy war entered the
hallways of the 'ol apartment complex and was threatening to
enter the living quarters buf a truce was signed outlawing
Women netters baggy warfare of any kind in Inside areas. .
"'""'"- "
But the war rages on outside.So -
if you're ever at a pool in the Cin City area and you see READY, AIM, FIRE"!
someone looking over his shoulder beware.You're .
get locker fundsThe in a baggy bomb warzone.Umbali :.unsuspecting bather gets wethead

UF womens' tennis! plained the women most
team will soon have a'new likely had to go to the(gym Zumba to the rescueWith
locker room, thanks to a or to their own living
$16,000 appropriation quarters.
approved by the] Student Carr declined to my luck at Jai-Alai not being what it should, I sent fora
Senate at a meeting held speculate on a completion man named Umbali Zumba, whom I met at the exclusive JACK DIAMONDJAI
'Tuesday night, July 8: date saying, "We're just Afganistan Banana-stand. .
The locker room, now in in the planning stages.the Zumba's profession includes performing fertility ALITESto
planning stages, wity, be I've been talking to Ruth ceremonies, rain dances, expulsion of evil spirits, and most
located next to the existing$ Alexander. (Director of importantly, he cures the dreaded disease, RIPPERS
men's facility,according to Womens Athletics).'" SYNDROME, (scientifically called.)
Bill Carr, assistant! to the The 516,000 appropriation FOR A BOX of Woolworth's costume jewelry, a What-a mock us Americans tor needing his services tor such trivial
athletic director. istthe only Burger,and round trip passage from Africa,Zumba conducts pastimes.He .
"THIS IS something we money available for the a six hour ritual which drives out bad luck vibrations for the then trades his plastic rings and lockets from
need" explained Carr. project, according to Carr. duration of the Jai-Alai season. Woolworths for a chance to guess which bone of a dead rabbit
"The women have ben "We're trying to plan it so The ceremony includes the traditional shaking of the skull will land facing the village virgin.
storing their materials in this money will cover before a boiling cauldron, and a few flashes of fire now and ,I actually attended one of these exotic rituals with my
the mens' l facility and [it's construction." I then ,for guaranteed results. interpreter and good friend Richard Holmes. Together, along
been a little crowded.: "I would like to say we During the ritual, those wishing the "cure" are required to with about seven other individuals from ,Newberry, we
There was also 'the appreciate the appropriation stand naked in a circle around a fire and one by one, each removed the "bad luck that plagues us"
,, .....\ distance of separation ," said Carr. person throws ,his void mutual tickets into the flames Of course we received numerous mosquito bites, but some
from other locker facilities "This will aid both the chanting "With these tickets, 0 Master of the Mutuals, drive mild showers did aid in relieving the discomfort.We .
the women might use," womens' and mens' from us the bad luck that plagues us!" then ran down to the Ocala Jai-Alai fronton and
continued Carr. He exprograms." ZUMBA THEN returns to Africa where he has been heard discovered that the cure really worksIll!! !

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New Pure Prairie OPINION) (
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New Stones the starting lineups 'were
hand-picked by the fans. Reds. A closer look finds the
Dodgers and the Reds one
AT "A travesty of justice" and two respectively in
STRICTLY FOLK cried one. "It's an insult to league attendance figures for

my intelligence said 1975. The eighth starter
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America can't be trusted atop the Eastern Division
i whom can you trust? standings as well as 1975 AL
attendance figures, but failedto

Why shouldn't the tans earn a starting position in

GET THE MOST choose? They're the ones who the lineup. Why were there
go to the ballparks. They'rethe four Oakland A's selected
who along with three Yankees and
ones struggle throughthe
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explanations. One. the Red
the which
support earns
Sox fans hate their team.
: ", :'>" I' the owners money which pays Two. the A's. who have the
,;, THIS SUMMER. : the salary of the players. Whyshouldn't third worst attendance in the
: : have their ?
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UF Sound, City'sSound ;)

signeesannounced '

City Sale !

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday' only: .

The Gator basketball, !season and was named Polk's
baseball, and tennis teams Athlete of the Year.
have announced new signees, Coach Bill Potter an item in 'Sound City' packagingor .
and two scholarship football. nounced the signing of a
players have made their Junior College All-American
r' grades. to the tennis team. Charles with 'Sound City' on it.
Basketball coach John Lotz Wadlington, from Palm
announced the signing of Beach Junior College! and a
Chuck Fritz, a 6' 2" former State doubles
!sophomore transfer ,from champion (with UF's Chap Price
Iowa State. Fritz is touted as Brown) was Junior College I 1/2 OFF Regular
having outstanding doubles champion this year.
leadership qualities. He joins Michigan's Kevin
FRITZ, FROM Hinsdale Cook as Gator tennis signees. r--------------,
III.started three games for the Terry LeCount and Alvin Your ChoiceCTI SPECIAL !
Cyclones as a freshman but, Parrish, two highly regarded
will not be eligible to compete football signees of last year, withpurchase of Good thru I
8359 \
for the Gators until the 1975- have made their grades and '
... 76 season. He joins signees will be eligible to compete for or any item in our 1 Thursday July 17. 19751}
Ric Clarsoon Aaron Bryant, the football team this season. CTI 8300 ever expandingMusic 1 ONLY 1
Len Sanders Steve Porter, LeCount, from Jacksonville
and Malcolm Cesare. Raines (Don GalTney's alma / Department.. L.P.1
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Baseball coach Jay mater),was an All-State and 8 TRACK Any
Bergman announced the All-American quarterback. CAR STEREOS STIK-A-PIK I I i
!signing of Polk Community Parrish a defensive back 1 NOW $
College pitcher David from Riviera Beach is 399limit
I Uicketts. Kicketts a native of considered to' be starting MagneticPick 1
Lake Wales, was 6-3 for the player quality.INTIIAl'IURAI.S. ''Reg. Holder
1 per customer 1 J
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There will be a Singles Tennis Tournament-Men's and 1
pat ITY
Women's Divisions-held July 18-20. Deadline to sign-up is nC
July 16.The'first round draw will be available on July 17. ) I NO CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Both the Handball Tournament and Three Person
319 m i3tJi St.
Volleyball will begin Thursday, July 17. The deadline for ).
entering both is July IS. Schedules may be picked. up on -
Wednesday afternoon, July 16.
CO-REC Volleyball Tournament will be held the weekendof
July 26-28. Deadline for entering is July 22. Co-Rec Softball NEW LOCK)
begins July 29.,All who wish to participate must sign-up by (7 ZI PRESENTS
July 25. Schedules will be ready on Monday afternoon July :: I
28. Io

For more information contact the Intramurals Office in

the Fla. Gym. room 229 392-0581. the month of might ( )):
Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament was cancelled this During July you just get Rolling ; '

weekend because of rain. It has been rescheduled for July 25- Stoned for free. The following merchants. and New z':
27. Anyone wishing to enter must sign-up by'July'22. A new
draw will be available on Thursday, July 24. Those already Look Magazine think that you deserve a break, so t)

entered do not have to re-enter. we're offering a chance to win free tickets for the \

.,,. tELECTRICAL August 2nd Rolling Stones concert,in Jacksonville. | ;

PROBLEMS? The tickets will be given away throughout the entire

Generators Hip' month of July. All you do is register at any of thee
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