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Luttrel Suggs suffered from an arthritic mock therapies.
ByDREWDAHL They don't care if the cause of their relief is conventional Research showed no difference in results
knee which wouldn't respond to
Alligator Staff Writer physiological or psychological. They don't between these treated along the meridians
Shining through all the controversy con. care if the philosophy behind acupuncture is therapy.He had the fluid drained seven times. He and those who were not raising doubts about
ocrning the hows and whys and ifs ol f r unsound. tried all kinds of ointments and medicationseven the validity of the "energy pathway" theory.
acupuncture is the fact that for some people. ALL THEY CARE about is that it helped was performed. Yet his knee The moderate success of acupuncture
surgery
I it works. them.WEEKEND. still hurt. might be traced to either physiological or

IN DESPERATION, he decided to try ,psychological origins according to team-
acupuncture as a last resort. The results from member Modell.
the treatments were "unbelievable." PAIN THRESHOLDS vary between individuals
Suggs started with twice a week treatments.Now and within the individual. Modell
,; 1; :;) he goes once a month., said. By diverting the mind through
t t.tt' "Sometimes I could hardly limp into the "counter-stimulation" of another area of the
; office" Suggs said. A half hour later he could body( pain tolerance may be increased he

.,,). ;. walk out without a limp, and without pain. sald.
.. '" : He said the acupuncture needles hurt "justa Even in China certain applications of
':;> little." They were inserted in different acupuncture have not advanced beyond the
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places, usually along his injured leg. He said experimental stage. Modell said.
: shocks from the needle could be felt all MODELL WAS A MEMBERof
through his leg. the "Acupuncture Anesthesia Study
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i reduced the swelling in his knee. Suggs said. Communication with the People's Republic of
China., which visited hospitals in China for
I ,"It's not j just my imagination. It's helpedme.
It's taken the soreness out of my leg." three weeks in an exchange program
He said his wife has a persistent sinus engineered by Secretary of State Henry
condition which has been relieved by Kissinger.
acupuncture.. Modell found the Chinese doctors did not
} After treatment her congestion is immediately refer to the medical principles of Yin and
gone. Suggs said. Yang the 5.000-year-old philosophic
Nevertheless, these acupuncture foundation of acupuncture. _
"believers" must have had their faith at least In the medical sense. Yin and Yaig
a little shaken by the findings of a recent represent a balance of body energy. Illness is
study by a team of UP anesthesiologists. supposedly caused by ,an imbalance of this
THE RESEARCH TEAM of Doctors Peter energy. Acupuncture can be used to restore
Ky Lee. Jerome H. Modell.! Thorkild W. this internal harmony thus curing the illness.
Andersen and Segudina A. Saga publishedtheir WHEN THE CHINESE doctors appliedthe
findings in the June 16 issue of needles they did not strictly follow the
The! 'Journal the American Medical patterns of the meridians Modell said. They
Association.The instead tested different areas.
research was carried out at UF's W.T. ALTHOUGH 73 PER CENT of the
Shands Teaching Hospital and the Veterans patients observed by the commission were
Administration Hospital.To apparently comfortable when anesthetized by
determine the effect of acupuncture on acupuncture some were obviously in pain. A
pain relief, 261 patients were given four 27 per cent chance of failure is a risk not
treatments with acupuncture needles. The acceptable to, Western standards Modell
patients complained chronic pain which said.This
did satisfactorily respond to conventional is only one difficulty in transplanting
therapy.IN acupuncture to the West the effect of the
APPROXIMATELY HALF of the clash of ideologies Modell said. ,
patients the needles were placed along He said the Chinese people revere
"energy pathways", or meridians accordingto acupuncture as a national tradition and are
Chinese custom. In the other patients the wholly dedicated to proving its authenticity."If .
needles were inserted in control points not a particular treatment doesn't work, the
corresponding to the meridians., patient himself often feels he has failed"
After each daily treatment increasing Modell said.
degrees of pain relief were reported. The IN AMERICA, the burden of proof
patients were asked to categorize their improvement frequently rests solely on the doctor.
on a scale of 0, 25, SO 75 or 100 Modell also said he fears the profit Incentive -
per cent relief.Immediately. may overshadow the need for proper
following the final session over medical supervision. In China acupunctureis
half the patients experienced pain relief of not practiced for profit because medical
more than 75 per cent. However this treatment is furnished free by the state.
gradually diminished until one month later Polk concedes there are "a lot of scalpers."
only 18 per cent reported similarly effective Yet there is a regulating influence. All
SIJJe lasting relief. acupuncturists in Florida must be physicians
/11Ncf/ THIS IS ROUGHLY the same ratio of and certified by their respective professions. in
success relief as is produced by placebos or order to practice.

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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI
.
Hanrahan compiled an in depth analysis of UF library
r r' Alligator,Staff Writer
facilities in 1970 the collection
1 comparing to "every major
UF'students must use their academic catalogues six extra "
in the
months this year and some magazine subscriptions to UF university country.

libraries may be cancelled. A "CONTINGENCY RESERVE fund in the general

These are just some of the cutbacks UF students and education budget will also be reduced from $300,000 to

faculty 'face as UF officials try to head off a projected $2 $200.000 this year. The fund is used to finance unexpected

million deficit in the 1975-76 general education budget. expenses that occur throughout the year.

UF WAS FUNDED $62318,162; by the Board of Regentsthis The $100,000 cut means "we'd better have fewer con

year approximately $1 million more than last year's tingencies" this year. Bryan said, adding a list of priorities is

general education budget but projected costs total outlined in case of emergencies.Last .

$64,494,321, leaving UF with a $2 million hole in its pocket.
year the entire $300.000 contingency fund was
Offices within the general education budget which includes .
depleted with money used to pay such unexpected expenses a',
all colleges except those that are agriculturally or a $25,000 exhaust hood used to clear the air of poisonous
health related are planning budget cuts to head off the fumes in chemistry classes.
projected deficit.

The Office of Academic Affairs has delayed publishing the t--IU UF'S PHYSICAL PLANT DIVISION is cutting $100,000
from its budget allocations by purchasing less fertilizer to
1976.77 academic catalogue this year until the budget for the
upkeep the general grounds at UF, Physical Plant director
next fiscal year is formulated. This delay means a savings of '
Calvin Greene said.
approximately $100,000.

TilE ACADEMIC AFFAIRS OFFICE will also extend the Chipped paint will become a more common sight at Uf-

current freeze on all career service and administrative and because Physical Plant will reduce 'the amount of building

professional positions that become vacant during the year maintenance work.

meaning a savings of approximately $460,000 in staff salaries. Additional budget cuts within the general education budget

Special permission must be obtained from Vice Presidentfor total approximately 490000.

Academic Affairs Robert Bryan before any positions are
unfrozen. The Office of Academic Attairs has also decided to defer THE PROJECTED $2 million budget deficit has resulted
from "fringe benefits" or retirement benefits for faculty
$200,000 from the regents $754,000 allocation to the UF
The current freeze OQ faculty positions in the general members scheduled to be paid from the UF budget, inflationary
library- an allocation normally used to buy books.
education will last .
budget indefinitely.The increases in utility costs, and pay raises for all UF
three main offices within the general education budget Fewer library books will definitely be bought this year and faculty members.

the Offices of Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs the $200,000 cut "is almost certain to result" in the can
,
cellation of some magazine subscriptions to the UF library, Last year in January the state legislature decided for the
Affairs will take from their
and Student cuts operating
assistant director of UF libraries Fleming Bennett said. first time to fund the entire cost of faculty fringe benefits from
expenses and capital outlay budgets totaling approximately UF's budget. Previously,the employe and the state each paid

810000. one half the cost of the benefits.

UF FACULTY AND staff members will have to'make do
UF is now stuck with paying the entire cost of the benefits
with, dated office equipment and dimmer lighting because of
its for the first time this which
the budget cuts. VV* LYSIS from budget year benefits
result in approximately between $1 million and $1.5 million.
Even UF President Robert Q. Marston's office is not

spared. INCREASED UTILITY RATES totaling approximately $1 I

Marston will only fill one of two recently vacated assistantto HOWEVER, an allocation to the library is UFs first million more thanxlast year compounds the, problem.

the president positions,and Executive Vice President 'I'I priority barring unexpected emergencies if the regents UF faculty members were also given salary' raises in ilv

Harold Hanson will not hirean assistant to the vice presidentthis allocate additional funds to UF in October this year.. Bryan middle of the 1974.75 fiscal year,. the raises,.were paid lu
year-a position that has been vacant since Hanson took said. faculty members for only half of the'year.. '": '* r

office one year ago. 'The library will receive approximately $545,000 this year These same pay raises which average four per cent -

THE TWO VACANT positions will result in a savings of but "needs to get at least $1.6 million to get back on its feet," remain in effect and UF must now pay these salary increases

approximately $50,000. UF chemistry professor J;?r. Robert Hanrahan said. for the entire year.


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By JEREMIAH TURNER
Alligator Staff Writer
Gainesville has been trying hard to meet the need of its w
bicyclists but some riders are still dissatisfied with what
has been done. .F

The city has 51 miles,of bikeways.completed: and there -w wrplN r- ", Y
are plans for building 49 more miles in the future. '; l
The first bikepaths in Gainesville were'built in 1972 to
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serve public schools and recreational areas.
TO,DATE the bikeway system has cost 104000.
"Eventually we would like to have bikepaths on all the
major roads in town," said Brian Kanely, Gainesville

assistant traffic engineer.The <
bikeways now found throughout the city were built # a k Ay R+>Fp *
under the direction of the city engineering department
win.; 'he !state department of transportation. .
A BIKV. '.vs Advisory Board to the Gainesville City
commission w*. .. t up in 1972 to advise the commissionin
planning the path
TilE BIKEWAYS are primarily of two types: those that
separate blacktop paths built beside the main existing

roadway and those that are pedestrian sidewalks with p ?-s
: amps built onto corners for bicyclists'. use. These ramps
..re constructed when there is not sufficient space to build

u separate path..
"Our main purpose in building the bikepaths is to give
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bicycles a safe place to ride. Kanely .A :
Mere'is !some dissatisfaction with the paths. "I think V $5V.r
hit the paths could have been better planned" Shirley

asseter. Van employe, at Revere Cycle Works in .
,l is
ainesville said. r "
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""THE BLACKTOP paths are being! built lower than thexisting SIDEWALK PATHS photo by,10.| tklpp I I
" roadway end,:when' it ;.rains' all the sand and .'drivers don't look for approaching bikes'
;arbage washes onto the paths'cauing unsafe conditionsor

bicycles ," she,added.: Bicyclists should use the paths wherever they are THE COST of a bikepath varies with the type of existingroad
Bill Kurke. part owner of the Ten Speed Center, thinks
because they are safer than riding on the streets, he said. and land surface.
he paths areall right for ,the bicycle, but are
average "
Riding in a street when a bikepath is available violates "It's not cheap by any means Kanely said.
nsafe for his more ,expensive model.
"My bike uses high pressure tires and if I,hit a patch of local ordinances. On the UF campus plans are being made for a campus-

md I'd skid and fall so I don't use the paths," he said. "BICYCLE RIDERS will be ticketed for not using an wide bike path system.
"We want to eventually build paths that will separatethe
urke also thought,the sidewalk paths were dangerous existing roadway," said Lt. B.G. Smith of the Gainesville "
'ccause cars turning into a street where a ramp is do not Police Department.The bicycles from pedestrians, Gary Koepke, planning
usually look down the.sidewalk to see if a bike is coming. paths are designed to be ridden at a speed of consultant to UF said.
Kanely admitted, that the temporary paths were being roughly ten miles per hour. Koepke was unsure when the new bikepath would be
wilt below thel level of the roadway and that this did cause constructed..
.. problem. Temporary bikepaths were recently completed on ACCORDING TO Dr. Frank Martin, a UF professor on
Archer Road from the Medical Center to 34th Street, and the bikeways advisory board Gainesville is ahead of most
"WE TRY to keep them as clean as possible. When we on almost all of the 34th Street except for a short sectionnear Florida cities in building bikeways.A .
nJ! the permanent paths we will include curb and the Publix Market on 2nd Ave. Permanent paths will majority of bicyclists in town are students. Martin
.'!'tcrs so there won't be this problem." he said. be built when these roads are resurfaced and widened in said, but it is estimated that approximately 800 citizensuse
Kanely also admitted that turning cars were a problem. the future. the paths for commuting to work. Gainesville bicycle
t'. !said the city has been painting white lines across the "Where we build depends on funding and the sales hit an all time high of 10,000 in 1974, and total
i -rsection to warn motorists that the area is a bicycle recommendations of the advisory committee," Kanely ownership by Gainesville residents was estimated to have
lsing., said.nconstifutionalityof. reached 45,000 in 1973,

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criminal court. A

-ion or Court rules debatedBy 4y

Byron Peterson!
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FRANK RINELLA ex post facto to criminal law.
Alligator Staff Writer Law professor George Baldwin said he knew little about the
procedures of the Honor Court but said from: what he has r

: he use of new Honor Court rules of procedure for person:i heard about the controversy there seems to' be a question of forward and help me write the brief I need to submit to the
:red before July 8 have been labeled unconstitutional bj y, whether the Honor Court is criminal or administrative in Board of Masters," he "added.
dent Senator Tony Lombardi! last week. nature. The Board of Masters consists of Peterson, 'David Cardwell,
he new rules which took effect following senate passage. "Off-hand 1 would say it is more administrative," Baldwin Pat Wiggins, and Jim Roark.
8 make prosecution easier and define attempted cheating; said. "I wouldn't expect ex'postfacto to get very far in court." STEVEN ROZWYNES IS expected to be confirmed as a
\if punishable offense. LAW PROFESSOR CHARLES CRAVER said he was also member at.the next student senate meeting. Petersen and
unfamiliar with the procedures used by the Honor Court, but Cardwell are both affiliated with the Honor Court. '
TilE RULES VIOLATE ex post facto (after the fact!I added "I have to admit that I see it as a juvenile type court, Lombardi! expressed concern that Peterson, who wrote the
.ch ;tire\ forbidden by Article 1 1. section 9, subsection 3 of the: which is viewed as criminal in nature," Craver said. new Honor Court rules, is a member of the Board of Masters."It .
,cal"Constitution that says no ex post facto law shall be: Lombard! said he disagrees with Petersen, saying the would definitely be a conflict of interest," lombardi!
cd. Lombardi! said. Honor Court is a state agency and must therefore comply with said.
'\ person cannot be tried for an act that is not a crime al t t the Constitution."The Peterson said that when
and if it came before the board, he
'Tic the act is committed." he explained. Honor Court has the power to award penalty hours would consider a motion for himself to abstain.
Lombardi! said he has talked to four law, professorsfly i which can prevent the state from awarding a, degree" "I AM NOT STUCK with bias at this time," Petersen said.
: and added they with his stand. Lombardi said "ihat.makes'thern, i .
agree a state agency/ Lombard! said if he fails with the Board of Masters he will
'V-J 1CJi' Court Chancellor Byron Petersen however said the LOMBARDI FAILED \convince the' senate: to send the take the case to the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court.
do not violate the law because the Honor Court isn't a new rules back to committee last week. He said he plans an "I. would like all the students going before the Honor Court
..':al court. appeal to the Board of Masters."I from now on for
offenses committed before the bills were
iJX POST FACTO LAWS only to criminal ,law," had in matters
apply hoped someone more competent legal .passed to contact me because their rights are being violated,"
!TSUI:: : explained. would have taken this up, but since no one else has I will do it Lombard! said.
ic Honor Court Chancellor said he based his opinion on myself." Lombardi! said explaining he is not a law major. "* '"I am in favor of the new laws. However, I am against the
U.S. Supreme Court case Galvan. Press. which limits "I 1 hope someone with more familiarity of law will come rules being retroactive,' Lombardi! said.


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3202 N. MAIN 377-SAIL Alligator Staff Writer

ANTHONY'S 921 W. University Ave Red an
Murphy, a blue-grass group will be providing entertainmei.;
SERVICE this Friday and Saturday nights at this quaint and corn
J tort able beer pub.
I' The three musicians play banjo, bass,guitar and mandoh
and are reputed to be hot. They begin playing at 9:30: p.m
3764444YOU and there is a $1.50 cover charge.

THE BEEF AND BOTTLE-5220 SVV 13th St. Do-
Gerbils Reg. 3.99NOW $1.49ZODIAC I Cooper, a folksinger and balladeer will be offering h
original tunes this week, Tuesday'through Saturday. .
Cooper has four albums to his credit and has.toured'wit,
TICK COLLARS such knowns as "Sweet-baby" JameS Taylor',and Chicago
Backed by a guitar, this man can make you shine with
(Deadly on Southern Fleas) smile or make you drizzle with a sentimental,t tear., .Shows a/
at 9 and J 11 I p.m..with no cover but a one drink minimum.
Reg: Size Collars 3.29 NOW $1.99
BILBO AND GANDALFS 2300NW 6th St-.Back'f.; : : 1
Large Size Collars 3.89 NOW 2.29 popular demand at Gainesville's own:;wine and cheese cafe
Fresh Air, a tight group of four people sounding'some h>
ZODIAC FLEA COLLARSReg. like Crosby Stills Nash, and..'.Young. t '
The group can produce suberb four-part harmonies. Th
music begins at 8 p.m.,on Friday and Saturday and there is
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Large Size 3.29 NOW $1.99 BLUEWATER BAY-;"State:'Road 26 in Melrose-JOt
CANT and Louis, a folk duo will be playing their original tunes
Expert All Breed Dog & Cat Grooming 'The Bay'this Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights beginnii,
BEAT at 8. They will be playing at the Philadelphia Folk Festiv
I 378-0714 MON.sAT 1a 9 soon and are highly recommended.

GATOR ADS Bluewater Bay offers an excellent atmosphere and delicio-
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one of Gainesville's favorite funk-rock bands will be feature
The UF StudentConsumer this Thursday and Friday nights at 10:30: and 12:30.: It
great music to dance to and there are plenty of drinks ti
choose from. There is a cover charge although the amount
was not determined at press time.
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young man who plays the piano and sings is featured at tf
Spirit of 76 Lounge Tuesday through Saturday nights 8-'

p.m.He plays music mostly from the swing era, J 1930's. an
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cites Shelley's ; 1940's. You've heard your parents speak of"Stardust," wt
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GREAT SOUTHERN MUSIC HALL- 233 W Universil
Ave.- Believe it or not (I'd rather not), "Funny Lady" wits
Genera/ Barbra Streisand will again be playing this weekend.
(]]ffiJ"8TUDENT However, the "midnight movie" will be "A film about Jin,
Hendrix" for $2 at 12:30: a.m. Friday and Saturday. It's
Excellence CONSUMER.CffDf. great opportunity to reminisce on the psychedelia of the '60'
plus see a master of the guitar at work.
"
LAMPLIGHTER I NW 10 Ave This weekend ye
Convenience can boogie at this Big Daddy's Lounge to the soul and rod
beats of Maxima direct from South Florida. Music starts at l

.....d p.m.with a SI cover on Friday and Saturday,nights.

-GoodFood ... ..... ._ I :;j'I THE MONK'S INN 1305 'NW 5th Ave Someone
If' finally bought the old Longbranch Saloon and scrubbed it
..... -.' ... EClAL down. The atmosphere now is quite enjoyable wooden
LuefO R yOU tables and waiters dressed in monk's habits.
'Good Service
The Monk's Inn offers 30 types of sandwiches and a long
u s.vnuy list of beers and wines.. There is live acoustic: music Tuesday
through Saturday nights provided by Bill and Jeannie who
'CleanlinessThere's Q' CtlARAVIN play mellow tunes on guitar flute and piano. The musk
sAYMr: / s begins between 8 and 9 p.m.' There is no cover.

a reason why Shelley's has been r'Y(' COOEY'S RESTAURANT Steinhatchee: :There wilt
going strong In Gainesville for 15 years. A be a repeat performance of Act II and III of Neil Seimon'-
The UF Consumer Guide gives a few, and tooucto a sNr ('" Plaza Suite this Friday night. There Is an entertainmen,
anybody who has ever called Shelley's STUDENT QOVEQN/1ENT charge of $1 added to the cost. of the entree. For more in
formation call ((904)) 498-3501.
can 'give you a f few more. You might DEA4RTMFNT AF CONSUMED ATM IRS
hear about the KA or other famous subs CONSTANS.THEATER "Dames at Sea", a spoof o..,
or you might hear about pizza that you the older musical comedies of the 1940's will be presented by
.can custom'design yourself. You might the Florida Players July J6.19.s. part of Repertory Theater
even hear about beverages that you can 377-9555 J 1975. The story is of a girl who goes to Broadway where she
get at home or office with quick! phone runs into an old boyfriend. .
; "
It's unrealistic but fun and who needs ? The
totally : reality
call. So don't keep listening to everybody
else call Shelley ,and get In,on the S performance begins at 8 p.m.
Tickets are freeto, students and S2 to the general public.
magic yourself.. ; but you better get your tickets early if possible as it will bi

We deliver to 12:00 sold out.NORTH.

., ,. UNION LAWN "Deliverance" with (are you
ready) Burt Reynolds will be the free movie presented by
late at night. i Student Government Productions this Friday night at 9 p.m.

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once a month service at the Catholic communion.

Episcopal Student Center, Another difference is

'" was conducted in Greek, that the PanOrthodoxfollow
,', : said. the Julian calenderof
Missing
\
': \ ?,. :, <..' AS A RESULT, the the Gregorian calendar

By JOSE SARIEGO parishioners could not most of us follow. Consequently r
Alligator Staff Writer participate in the service Christmas for
and attendance was the Pan-Orthodox falls on

A Carpatho-Russian- dropping; he said. January 7 instead of
Orthodox missionary who At present, the servicesat December 25.Woloshuk .
had' four uncles all the Union are only said he hopesto
priests killed in the temporary, Woloshuksaid. expand the service to .C< Sx

Russian revolution, has He said he is lookingfor include a catechism or
found a parish in a church which would religious instruction, social

Gainesville. allow him to perform the gatherings, a choir and

Greek The Very Reverend service if it does not, interfere counseling for young
Nicholas J. Woloshuk, a with the church's people as soon as the

Monsignor of the U.S. ,regular service. church has a permanent,
church Orthodox church, will "I'd prefer a church." home.
establish the first Pan Woloshuk, said. "The THE GREEK-

Orthodox parish in atmosphere is much more ORTHODOX religion
obtains Gainesville Sunday when suitable." dates back to the split in
he holds service in the J. THERE IS ONE the Catholic church

Wayne Reitz Union. problem, though, he said. between Rome and
Woloshuk said his According to GreekOrthodox Constantinople in the llth

pastor father and his father's five doctrine, the century, Woloshuk said.

brothers were all priests. services can only be heldon He said there were
Four of the brothers were Sunday and before about 250 million people

killed in the revolution and noon which would conflict throughout the world who -
his father fled to the U.S. with most other area' follow the faith. tits

to avoid the same fate. services.He Missing estimates that

WOLOSHUK CAME said there is only a there are 47 people

TO Gainesville looking fora slight differences between registered as Orthodox in

parish because his Pan-Orthodox and Roman. Gainesville this summer. m
daughter lived here and he Catholic services. he said there are 125

knew people here. For one thing, the during the fall.WOLOSHUK.

The new parish is being priests can marry; WHO
organized and funded by Woloshuk is married 'and SPEAKS nine languages,
the Orthodox Christian has six children. will conduct the services in

Fellowship, a campus ,Another is that the Pan- English. He was dean of
student organization who, Orthodox church honors men and professor of
until Woloshuk arrived, the Patriarch Demetrius of languages at Christ the

was looking desperatelyfor Greece rather than the Saviour Seminary in

a priest. Pope in Rome. Johnston, Pa., before
"The answer to our ALSO, THE COMMUNION coming to Gainesville.
prayers fell into our lap," is administeredwith Woloshuk said he may
photo bob wool
John Missing, a Fellowship a golden spoon and bring some 700-900 year by

member, said. consists of two parts, old icons to use at the NICHOLAS WOlOSHUK
The only other Orthodox bread and wine, instead of service which his father I

service in town, a the wafer used in the brought over from. Russia. .r.expands service J



I Fall of Vietnam accelerated refugee evacuation I


ByTERRISALT milling around him.
Alligator Staff Writer o.!, "
/ After looking in more than 30 tents Hai
Within hours of receiving the excited phone It.
found his
wife in
sitting a tent with his crying
call. the young Vietnamese woman picked up !i f : '" daughter.IN .
her child and hurried to the Saigon airport. ""; .
GAINESVILLE, Marvel worried about
Nearly 36 hours later, her husband left 8' it
the welfare of his friends.Marvel's .
home, heading for the airport to board .Y.
wife Audrey explained that she
"
another that would take him Guam. ,' "
plane to "
1.; \ ,
t, and her husband spent two years in Saigon
.LESS THAN THREE months after they "
,../ working with the agricultural Marvelwas
i .. ... college.
left the '
home. family came to Gainesville. '
"
.
.. .
in charge of the UF team helping the
Their is Dr.Mason Marvel UF -
.
; '
sponsor ( ; '..
ft4 .,. college and was Hai's "American coun
assistant director of international programs.Dr. .-;, '
terpart..
Nguyen Thanh Hai, and his wife, j" "
The families became friends and several
Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, wanted to leave Saigonbut
years later Hai visited the Marvels when he
"it was difficult to get out and we didn'tknow
was in Gainesville business.
on
where to go. Hai said.
MARVEL DIDN'T KNOW if Hai had
"EVEN UP TO the last minute we didn'tknow 4FAMILY
decided to leave Saigon, but decided to send
if could if would be
we get out or we '.
',: letters of where
sponsorship to the bases
allowed into the United States or any other
country." 'Mf refugees were being sent, "in 'case they had
been able to escape," Audrey Marvel ex
Hai, director of the National Agricultural i 1'iJ
(;J.1;, I',, plained.
Center in Saigon described his last few weeks ;
it IIAI SAID HE called Marvel "collect on
in Saigon saying. "Nobody thought the
.
the camp pay telephone:and Marvel "asked
situation could deteriorate so quickly.:, ,
why I hadn't called "
"In three weeks the whole country sooner.
;1'IJt 1idI".JJa. Explaining the delay, Hai said, "Sometimesyou
We lost
collapsed. one city every two days,or
so." he said shaking his head. UNITED photo* by eric estrin had to wait hours to make a phone call

EVEN AS NORTH Vietnamese troops ,. .after risky departure "because the Vietnamese stood in line waitingto

approached Saigon. Hai and Lien didn'tknow nights before we could get on the plane.:. **HE DIDN'T HAVE time to explain, "he States.call the few people. they knew in the United

if they would be able to leave. Hai said Lien's journey is a "long! story." added,quickly,.but Hai drove his car to the
Lien.supervisor of the nutrition program at ,IT ALL BEGAN when an American street where he could catch a bus for the Finally, after all the papers were processed
Hai, Lien Hai's mother and the child left
Catholic Relief Services said her
departurewas professor in Guam received letters from some airport.
sudden and unexpected."I of his former students in Saigon asking for He smiles. "I left the car right there on the California arriving in Gainesville May 31.

went to work and got a call from a friend help. The professor "flew to Saigon to get street, keys and'all," he said. until THEY ARE STAYING with the Marvels

saying he could get me out." she said. some of his former students out.. In the United States Air Force plane Hai, they move into a Brandywine apartmentthat
She told her co-workers she was leaving and Hai said "After my ,wife got out, a friend five brothers his sister and 20 other relatives was donated for their use until Sept. I."
left the office around 9 a.m. that day. She and I were organizing a second group of (new to Manila and then to Guam. -Lien"The said.main thing for us now is to get a job

went home packed a small handbag the only women and children to leave." "WE DIDN'T ALL plan to go together."
luggage she was allowed to carry and took HOWEVER, IT DIDN'T work. Other Hai said, laughing at the way things turned Hai is a doctor of veterinary medicine andis

her baby girl to the airport. Vietnamese heard of the plans and rushed to out. When he arrived,in Guam, a friend told looking for a job in his field.

Hai explained could not leave until later. get on the bus that would take them to the him that Lien had trouble leaving. the Saigon related LIEN areas.HAS EXPERIENCE in nutnt on.

I PLANNED FOR my wife, and baby to airport. In all the pushing confusion plans airport:. HAI
leave first. When she left. I didn't know if I fell through and the group could not leave. Hai said 'he panicked for a moment and of'their AND LIEN still watch closely for news

could get out." Hai explained.Lien At 6:55: p.m. Hai remembered the time "didn't, know" what to do. homeland.
and the arrived the 1 went : t "We,hope someday we.' ,will be able to go
baby at airport at clearly his brother called "and"said had "I ,wandering through the tents.. hesaid back "
p.m. that day but "it was two days and two found a way for them to l leave. describing the thousands of' people visit."to Hai our said.'country,again, even if,just for a



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1 GREED AND ASTRO-LOAFING AT THE GATEWAY TO Another foreman pulled a legendary, caper a few years ago. type of sci-fi freak that would carry nonfiction books printedin
L, THE STARSBut He found an old, but not expired, purchase order and Russian to read"during the ride." We later picked this guy
\ proceeded to buy himself thousands of dollars'' worth of up hitchhiking and noticed he had.a few loose wires.
...,.' i ib that's not the story$:jb| itth, story r,)': A:--y merchandise, including a boat. He, was nabbed when his Spock this guy sat behind us and rattled on and on.
......._ .' ..,};I......... .. .... J The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project is the last manned space signature was found on a shipment of whitewall tires the He knew everything about the space program, he really did. I
J..,'.<< .... program at Cape Kennedy: There are no more planned exceptthe government orders only blackwalls. wanted to jettison his after burner.
.i space shuttle, a reusable "rocket ship"", scheduled to THIS KIND of attitude reached as far up as the astronauts, Everyone on the tour was nobody, and the endless good.
I Jlf( j "..- make its first flight in the very late 70's or early 80's. with the great Apollo stamp scandal, when Our Boys can fellowship and mother-in-law jokes made me realize why
f This doesn't mean the Kennedy Space Center is goingoutof celled stamps in outer space,to sell to collectors to "pay for' American tourists are held in such low esteem. The bus makes
I. ..., business. Many will stay to work on the Space Shuttle, or on their children's' college education:" Give me a break. them sillv.DEBBIE .

:r I \ "t the Viking program, an unmanned probe scheduled to landon SANDY, KATHY, KIM, BARBRA, JAINY, AND
"..t, ) Man conveniently on July 4 4,1976., I And the Cape still does a HOW TO COVER A SPACE SHOT MARYLYNN THE SPACE BADGER
.. booming business launching communication satellites for
,.<;. private companies and foreign countries. Ah, cheerier things! What goes on down there at spaceport Boys! Sell your clothes and move to the space coast! Say
: "," J ALTHOUGH the end of the manned space flight programswill U.S.A.? Don't' ask me, I haven't' the slightest idea. that you're' from the Independent Florida Alligator and get a
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\\ :. pretty much dismantle the mission control complex at the Most of the working press were working, andl, I never saw dandy press badge from Marylynn the Space Badger! Buy a
b by Michael SkinnerIt Johnson Space Center in Houston, workers at the.Cape appear them. Those bozo's' and dekes who didn't have deadlines suit and get Marylynn!
fli to be taking the anticipated layoffs in stride. hung around the press office and flashed their badges at each. Marylynn usually works as a secretary in the headquarters
Br It looks a lot bigger on TV, but then, that's TV, and this u. For one thing, they're used to them. Waves of layoffs have other Every now and then, NASA would issue a press release building, but she transfered to the press accreditation officeat
real, and the 224 tt.ft. Saturn I IB booster looked pretty unim, been sweeping the Cape ever since the peak years '68 and they would all scurry around it like sea-gulls on tanker- the NASA news center tor the week of the flight. This week
s sM
pressive. through '71 _of the moon shot program. The latest wave will garbage,, eager to rewrite it in their own idea of style. They she's' badged more people than she can remember. Most of
+ t Launch Complex 39-B B was built to accomodate the huge hit tomorrow when almost a quarter of the Kennedy Center then shipped it off to their local( papers awesome them get the standard cardboard press badge, but a select few
364 ft tt. Saturn V's that sent the men to the moon and put the work force will find little pink slip in the envelopes. con periodicals like the Pelican Paper, Iron Annie, and The get the heavy Russian press badge.
Skylab in orbit the launch \vehicle that blew the Apollo taining what will be their last paychecks.But Periscope We couldn't' tell just how Marylynn and her wingman
!spacecraft into earth orbit Tuesday had to be perched atop a ,they're used to it it., and they've' been expecting it it. The I had the bad judgement to go" on a bus tour with a Debbie decided who got the Russian gift badge and who did
!specially constructed steel barstool to reach the top of the question about the lay-oils is no longer if- it's' who it'll be, grandfalloon of the "working press. Let me give you a run! not.There weren't' enough to go around-the guy from Time
r Y gantry. The effect \was\ very disappointing.STILL and how it'll be done. down on some of the poor characters on that ship of fools: didn't' get one, but a young man from French Television got
the American cftort was a hefty piece of equipment ONE GUY we talked to was lucky. He had a job, a goodone Buck Rogers this guy's' real name was Buck Rogers, \six. We decided it depends on how cute you were.
compared to the Russian launch \vehicle' the "Space Turkey". working on propellant systems for the Space Shuttle, He or so he said. Overweight, sweating and red faced, he let no We didn't' get one. Not until we pulled the subtle trick of
only 194 ft. long from the bottom of its \strap-on boosters!> to tothe had just gotten married, had a nice house on the beach and opportunity pass without making a fool of f himself. He carried reaching underneath the counter and grabbing "a handful..
top of its rather bizarre looking !spacecraft> the Soyuz.. or "was, in no danger of being laid otTo. cards that had the names of the Apollo and Soyuz astronauts, Ah but that was before we knew Marylynn. We're' friends
"Space Tuna". But he was quitting. In fact he was t taking a plane right, the launching sites" and dates, and at the bottom was printed now, and 1 think I could get badged anytime I wanted to drive
ABC had a special on Monday night, showing our .after. the launch to check out a job ouTer in Houston. He couldno "Attended by: with his name and address. Takes all kinds. down to Cocoa Beach.
longer stand the Inetliciency of the Kennedy 'Center The The Deke this is a word I've' 'made up to describe the twelve
astronauts' cavorting around the interior of a Soyuz, forcing a (Sec? page )
few shit-eating grins. Jules Bergman asked a tew pointed glamor of working in the space'program had worn ofT for him,
questions; about the. relative merits of the Russian!> and .and he was tired of doing the same thing right twice, while
t. r a ar American spacecrafts, and Our Boy with his knees jammed ..somebody else didn't do it once.
S against his chest said, yes, Mr, Bergman, this is a fine j "II you blew up half of the, Kennedy Space Center," he Space industry employment
spaceship, etc., and the general impression one received u .said. "the other half could get the shots off.: no problem. In
that he wouldn't want to fly it on a bet. fact, it doesn't even matter which half you blew up, -
He might have to fly it after today, though, when the t two\\o [nobody'd ever miss'em.:" massive cutbacks
r spacecrafts are scheduled to link up over Germany. The \whole\ i TilE CAPE administration has always been accused of 'crippled by
thing is going to look a lot like two love-bugs doing the you' dross> inetliciency. They've never bothered to refute tie*!' -
know-what in outer-space but you have to remcmber.it's. (the hi 'Charges' because they're uh well, true. "THAT'S"' THE MYSTERY around here. I mean we all
i .symbolism that counts. In tact, one of the week's oddest quotes doesn't seem all By KLiTIl: MOYER I know there's going to be a layoff. We just don't know how, .
IN FACT hat odd when you think about it. A NASA official was asked) Alligator Staff Writer "'
that's all that counts outside of perfecting i I. \who\ or when, Thompson added.
compatable docking system, the Apollo-Soyuz Test Programisn't 'what\\ possible benefits the United States could get out of the For the workers at the Central Supply Warehouse at the Boeing Supervisor Carl McClintock said, "The morale of
venture with Russia. He replied that he admiredthe John F. Kennedy Space Center it's' a numbers game '
joint() !space :
going to accomplish anything tangible that the t two\\o my crew has been pretty low
nations couldn't' do better And cheaper by themselves, The Russian !system> of management very much, and would like They, like thousands of other !space> center workers face McClintock said he hoped most of the laid-off workers
to learn more about it so he could apply those ideas at the possible layoffs, maybe as soon as Friday, takes
real pay-otT is going to come after the docking. \would\ be rehired within six months as Boeing over
I I Iy The docking module is going to be filled halfway with good Kennedy Center. TilE WORKERS in the supply warehouse are employed by .support. contracts from other companies.
old American oxygen. Then the Russians will pump in a Indeed. Dctante is okay, but I don't' think workers who The Boeing Company. Boeing provides support services for DUPONT ESTIMATED that as many as 2.000-3.000, of
bunch of that nitrogen stuff they call air, and after that they'll'l lsit carry duct tape home every now and then should be banished the entire space center Kennedy Space Center's approximate 11,000 man work torce
and wait for the knock. lo the Montana Salt mines. J. George DuPont, of Boeing management said possibly as may lose their jobs very soon.
One of Oi.r. Boys will swing out in the weightlessness and STILL, !something> has to be done the employes many as 20 to 30 per cent of Boeing employees on the soon to Space center employment has been declining since it
bounce\: like a handball to the Soyuz Hatch. Then with a huge ,sometimes seem to be carrying the spaceport home with them, expire Apollo support contract may lose their jobs. reached a peak of 26,000, in 1968. The launching of the
Midwestern smile, he'll' raise his hand and knock on the door.. piece by piece almost as fast as the taxpayers can pay t tor r it.. DuPont said employees with the highest seniority with the American-Russian Apollo-Soyuz Project brings to an end any
"WHO IS In"? the Russians will Alter\ a hard day of moving crates from one site of the company would, of course be the last to go. major manned !space> endeavors until the Space Shuttle swings
reply. \warehouse\.. and back again, cape workers' lunch boxes are apt But he said workers Of f lower seniority) would\\ be laid oft or into gear around 197980..
r.M r. lo come home heavier than they left.\ retained according to the last tour digits of their social 1 Thompson said if he loses his job with Boeing he may have 1'<-
r Launch photos by One !shop> worker was caught returning goods he had ,security numbers. a trailer sales job open in Zephyrhills, Fla."It's .
r> } ,stolen\, !seven> gallons ol, paint to paint his house and only "But the question is," said hourly \worker\ Mac Thompson, great that I may have a job lined up:"' !said Thompson,
L rick rosen and joe skipper needed tin\ He tried to !smuggle> the extra two gallons back \will\ they \start \with\ the high numbers and work down or begin "hut my \wile\ has a job in Melbourne that !she just can't give
into' Iheshop.! but the eagle-eyed !security guards nabbed him. \with\ the low\\' numbers and work up?"" up. I would\\ have to \work\ in Zephyrhills during the week and

I ........ drive\' home ISO miles every weekend."
BOB BISHOP also an hourly \worker\ is a little, more light-
hearted about the \whole\ thing "What I'm' going to do is take
j7w5; two\\ .six. month-vacations-back to back," he grinned.
Bishop, \who\ is' a retired Air\ Force Scargent, said he wasn't
>r going to \worry\ about getting laid oil: He !said> his retirementand

a unemployment> checks: \would\ tide him through any
kM yr r.M r.t r.w r.x r. potential hard time1'wo \. ,
1 A d 9 hourly \workers\ John Britt and Jim Massard agreed
4 r q ) t +A Ii that a layolt)' may he a good time to take !some> college classes.'
r Mrs S k kP 'n "r e t > ."IF' I LOSE MY JOB, I'm' definitely going back to !school,"

P Massard\! ,said."College .
is!so important.." Britt !said> "I'm 37 years old and
\where\ have I gotten. Working in a warehouse like this" will
5 make you grow old fast. College is just !so important.."
rn.. I'he'layolfs' '!. are bound to !severely effect the economy of
Bre\ard\ County. Many residents in the county depend on jobs
W that the !space> center provide,,:
: % In the mid and late 1960's' the Cape area was alive and
i m'
<' x r,,, tt thriving\ as.. the Saturn and Apollo programs were in ,full
"N.t.. ..J S. ,swing. But gradually)' .since. 1970 Brevard County has been
__ I forced to find other \ways\ ) to boost.. the economy,
r HAS HELPED 'somewhat, but the boost ,
t@@ TOURISM major
S SS r '' ] has\ tome: from .senior. citizens who are Hocking to Brevard
jl'l"(l1'r' i' ; } County', especially' the Melbourne area, to retire.

{ a ,. ? ,,1 f A" 'I Thompson, put the ,situation into the clearest light. "All"we
m : o rl4"s "
q d 1/1/ .., M can do is' 'sit and wait and hope.. ''I-:'''
,....:.::....1 I I!; .:. ... t'.,...-.4,1..,..,..,!.,:. > '-:" /--....Y.. a''.. r t But it's, obvious\ .. that none of the employes of the !supply. ,
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WallflowerAmericans it V

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are becoming a bunch of shrinking Y

wallflowers. -
That's the conclusion one Stanford University a

professor reached after surveying more than 2,000
college students and teachers. He found that more I

than 42 per cent of those questioned considered

themselves shy persons.
The results were so astounding to Professor .
Phillip Zimbardo that he announced his intentionof 2'j L' '

opening a shyness clinic where shy Americanscan ,

help each other overcome their problem.The .
folks at Civitan Regional Blood Center .

knew all about shy people even before Zimbardo's 1pI

survey. The center, which serves six counties, is

regularly plagued with the problem of searchingout -
blood donors in a blood-shy society.

Perhaps shyness itself isn't the only reason
blood donors don't come forth in droves. Many no S O

doubt are wary of potential discomfort often I
associated with blood-gathering paraphernalia. .
'n) But as one donor declared, ""it's less painful %
ixranJMBMX'wI wars MMtf'
vwtr (;
than getting a shot, and if I get in i an accident I
want to know there will be blood around."

Others just don't seem to care. ask for share of loot
Summer is a critical time for the blood center. Mayors bigger
The annual exodus of students from this town -

takes away about 45 per cent of the center's It has sometimes been said Another change being
regular donors. But unfortunately, while the that the U.S. government is BRIAN DONEIiLYL pushed is an increase in
supply has decreased, the demand remains the good at only two things: revenue sharing funds in
same. Waging war and collectingtaxes. OPINIONThe years in which the economy is
bad. The idea here is that
In order to meet the needs of the five area local can't afford
Well, it would seem that taxpayers
hospitals the center needs about 60 donors a day. our government has lost its local and state politically popular. Local: high taxes in bad years.
When these donors aren't available they have to talent for fighting wars. And governments are best at governments can dispense Federal taxpayers, apparently
ship it in from blood centers in Jacksonville, that may be a good thing providing the 0 people with"services" without taking. Goodies are different people.
Orlando and Marion County.Of given the causes it chooses to .. They are "closerto without pain. Tins NEW wrinkle has
tight for.However. the people," and therefore Take Gainesville as an been dubbed "counter-
the five hospitals who regularly use the faith in Uncle know what they want.UNFORTUNATELY. example.The city commissionis cyclical. revenue sharing".
center, UF's own W.T. Shands Teaching Hospitaluses Sam's ability as a tax collectoris the using its revenue sharing Can't you just see that term
the lions share, about 67 per cent. We would still rampant in the land. A states do not have a sufficiently funds to hold the line with bubbling up from deep within
like to see the L7F. community take the lead in whole hock of true believers efficient\ gang of "only" a one mill tax increase the bowels of the
donating this' much.needed commodity. showed up in Boston last thugs to steal enough moneyto while still going ahead with bureaucracy?
week for the U.S. Conferenceof provide all of the "services" such glorious projects as the As .ridiculous as federal
Today and tomorrow the center is wrapping upa Mayors. which are so badly needed by renovation of the Hotel revenue sharing is, there is a
community blood drive in an attempt to catch up THE MAYORSespecially: the people. ,Thomas. germ of truth in the theory
on the shortage. Donors will not only have the the big city democrats, were The federal government, CUSHY as it is, the status underlying it: The federal
satisfaction of knowing their gift could save lobbying hard for increased although remote from the quo isn't good enough for government is incapable of
someone's life, but they can also assure themselvesof handouts from the federal people, has a wonderously many of the big city mayors. spending money intelligently.
efficient of thugs: the They feel that However the and
government.The gang they are not state
blood if they ever need it under the center'sblood
primary mechanismfor Infernal Revenue Service getting their fair share of the local governments are only
assurance plan. the distribution of this (IRS). So some bright young loot. marginally better. Each
So if you drive a motorcycle, jump out of an I largesse is'the federal revenue bureaucrat in the Nixon In their view, too much of individual isthe only really
airplane, or tame lions in your spare time, sharing program. This five. administration decided .that the swag is siphoned off by competent judge of his or her
donating blood may not be such a bad idea. ..justin year program which has cost the best way to combine the small cities and the relatively own needs.
case. $30 billion, is due to expire talents of the two levels of healthy cities of the south. SO HOW about running
next year. government would be to have west. They point with con revenue sharing like this:
In any case it's the neighborly thing to do. And The prime goal of the the feds tax and the states siderable scorn at such cities Each person sends his or
who knows, it may even help you overcome your mayors was renewal of spend. as Houston which ran a her income tax into the IRS.
shyness. revenue sharing. Their This was called federal budget surplus almost equalto The bureaucrat deducts
I secondary goal was the revenue sharing and sold to a its share of the federal loot. enough to pay his salary and
diversion of more of the loot gullible 'public as the "New All of this underscores the remits the rest to the taxpayer
.
stH oI.o' '-- to themselves. Federalism". The old one, if necessity of adding a "greater who spends it in accordancewith
SPcmTO 1: Revenue sharing was born you'll remember forced the need" factor to the his or her needs.
.SIXIW1Y "; 0...... because of the faith in the states and their subdivisionsto calculations ,according to Of course, you might ask
::.g. .;: federal government's tax do all their own stealing. Chicago Mayor Richard J. why we send the money in at
rmr: ; ,-! I collecting ability. The theory One can see how the "New Daley, the leading advocate. of
goes something like this: Federalism" would be this idea. all.That's not a bad question.



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mebelllous/ youth of 60's have gone underground- I


friend' told me the other day he was "sorry" he had grown resultant overflow of untrained workers flooding the job
o late to participate in the youth rebellion and weaningof market all eager for their share of a shrinking ecr.lomic pie.
today's counter-culture. Maybe it would have been easier to offer colle.,, diplomasfor
; said he used to sit through the long boring class-days of PAUL, SCHULIE sale at $5.000 a shot, no four year residency requirement is
school bolstered by the media knowledge that collegethe necessary. The results would be nearly the same.
| new testing grounds for alternate life styles to the GUEST COLUMNIST NO,THE spirit of America was not changed by the turmoilof
Btional Protestant work ethic. the sixties. It was quite spectacular working and hoping fora
NDERGROUND" newspapers sang the praises of the change from selfishness to cooperation but 199-year-old
; non-conformists then, and predicted the future con- values, has been grossly mutated into a slick entertainmentgame country is not set up for such a change.
Jon of"The Great Society" to a philosophy of love, teminescent of Frank Sinatra wooing millions. And, I seriously doubt that a revolution of malcontents
fell, the imminent conversion never came off, and it's WHEN ROCK 'stars greedily grab for every single dollar could succeed in implementing their goals.either. Madison
cult trying to pinpoint just when and where that "Utopian available to them and hoard their profits in Republican tax Avenue is too expert at incorporating the slightest bit of
m" limped away to an unheralded demise. !shelters. why shouldn't everybody else grow up looking out protest to fit the commercial shape of the country.
he Silent Majority" was right when, during the. race primarily for No. 1? What happened to the rabble-rousers and paradise-
and Vietnam protests of the sixties outraged parentsto Why not invest, or better yet get your parents to foot the visioners of the past decade? I think they have truly gone
convince the press that it was just a rabble-ro sing bill, six or seven thousand dollars in a liberal arts education to underground to live as best they can amidst the splendor of
kicking up all the dust and confusion !secure. a high paying job when you graduate? American society. You'll hear from them again rest assurredof
ost kids are good kids," they'd say. I knew they were The only trouble with that particular course of action is the that, if only by worldly example.
: back then, and time certainly has borne out the truth in
statements today.,
lat depends of course on what you mean by "good" kids. DJL ",...tt J. .::II'sbuSWitA !!: ) A
here means the smooth transfer of traditional
rican values to the young and immature.
YLES MAY have changed some since the sixties but
inly no more than they have during any transition from
decade to another. VIC All//01
merica's supremist foreign policy may be changing almostWtowards
/
i what appears to be the position proffered by the /
f nam protests, but this change has taken place mostly due
oreign political pressure not change from within.
lind free enterprise still reigns as a sacred cow over our
Most people want it that way. They're certainly getting'd
say.
ock and roll, that grand bastion of depraved anti-social


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be Forrer's specialty r

EDITOR -------- s
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lie drivel that Greg Forrer passes oft opinion in his l
mn in the July 4th Alligator demands rebuttal. Forreres
his criticism of Atlanta Braves announcers Hamilton
Johnson on their alleged overuse of nicknames for the
yers. and their financial allegiance to the ball club, not the
ning public. Forrer strikes out on both counts.

amilton and Johnson, who announce at the beginning of ,. .,
Eh game(per federal regulations) that they are paid by the 'I'VE FORSOITCN MY LIKES' a

ves, have two purposes: First.*entertain their listeners so
Byll come back for more, ana secondly, advertise the .
ves. Their uses of nicknames for the players serves to -
pefully) endear the players to a deep south audience and Lotz didn't want to keep a ,
ainly. those woeful players need all the help they can get. ShY/\
I bet the folks in Gainesville Ga love the nicknames -and ;: I

i e players one way contrary'or !the to.other.Forrer's assumptions, probably don't' guard at UF named Caldwell

IKEWISE, Hamilton and Johnson's promotion of the
Raves is done quite realistically. Despite the source of his
ary, Hamilton talked at length on a recent telecast about EDITOR to maintain his eligibility. moment he breathed in- percentage had two years ./
Braves' high-school performance two nights before (five As a UF student and a loyal Caldwell was quoted as saying correctly. I believe Lotz ahead of him at Florida, but
ors), and Ralph Garr's hitting slump (one for It against Gator basketball fan,' I feel that Lotz made a "rule" that played Caldwell not becausehe he had to leave school becausethe
>uston). that John Lotz owes the UF does not permit his players to wanted to, but because he coach wouldn't let him
Hamilton and Johnson are tine sportscasters. but Forrer community an explanation attend summer school to had no one else of comparabletalent :take eight hours in summer
fm$to think that to be worthwhile they should be critical of for Bruno CaldwellY with- maintain eligibility available. school in order to keep his
antagonistic towards the team they're following. How drawal from school. requirements. Lotz prefers the zombie- scholarship?
jig would Otis Boggs have lasted here at Florida if he'd metse According to a report in the If this quotation is correct, type guard. The kind of guard What goes on.here?
'qualifications'? 'Gainesville Sun,* Caldwellwas I find such a rule to be both who does exactly what he's I beleve Caldwell left
dropped from scholarship outrageous and ,absurd. told to do with no im- because Coach John Loz{ ,
Greg,you've got a lot to learn about sports.
-Rody Miller because Lotz would not allow Basketball players devote the provisation. The bostictypeof made little or no attempt to
7AS him to attend summer schoolwi&aiuwwameg better part of two quartersfall the armstrong-type. You keep him at Florida. Coach
( and winter) to athletic know, the type of guard that John Lotz just did not like the
pursuits. Why can't they couldn't hit a 15-footer if his way Bruno Caldwell played
attend summer school to life depended on it. but can basketball. Too flashy! A hot
maintain their eligibility? If handle the ball fairly well. dog!
this rule were to ,be extended.to (Note: Lotz did not recruit Ask Auburn's Eddie
other sports such as Mike Lederman) Johnson. Coach Lotz didn't
football Florida's starting Norm "Bruno" Caldwellled want him either!
CAV lineups would be decimated! the Gators in assists, was
If Coach Lotz is .as !second. in scoring, second in Randy Wagner
dedicated 'to the Gators' the nation in free throw 7JM
r basketball program as he
purports to be why should he ,
enforce a rule which is so The Independent
obviously a hindrance to his

players' education? Florida Alligator
;
I feel the reason for
Caldwell's withdrawal lies
elsewhere in the "littlethings" .
Rick Adelman Gary Balonoff
he alludes to in the
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,::1. Sports
but does not explain.
... report
.. '" '...... Caldwell was too flashy a
.; '';) guard to suit Lotz' tastes. It John Moron
W5n
% eO0 was evident to anyone who Photo Edi.thlnd.pondani .
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witnessed a game last year
) : Ltm WA' f's: (Wf.J.O0f nMTIIE PANG AREA that Caldwell was yanked the
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Not shots but snakes .'\\4''. 'J'I'' ;l'1 I
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concern Cape Kennedy youth

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By KEITH MOYER "I've seen every shot since I've been here," Bruce said "I've K prc .ati t
Alligator Staff Writer only gone up to the'Cape to watch shots one or, two times. I
usually watch them from my front yard."
You would think a kid who has spent the major part of THE THING ABOUT Bruce is that he would rather be
his life in the' environs of Cape Kennedy might be highlyinterested fishing with his dad than worrying about space,matters.
in space flight. "Me and my dad go fishing down at Sebastian Inlet. I really
But not Bruce Alcock. enjoy fishing a Jot." '
Bruce, who has lived in the Cape Kennedy area for over 13 Bruce also collects snakes. He currently has only! three, a
of his sixteen years said, "I think the space program is a really boa constrictor and two rat snakes, one red and one yellow."I .
great thing, but you know, you get used to it after a while." usually have more than three but my allowance is only r-
His father Bill has, worked for the Martin Company, an enough to feed the ones ) have. I have to buy rats and mice for
aerospace contractor, for over 20 years. my boa and they cost quite a lot'' he said.
BRUCE WAS BORN in Orlando in 1958-one year after HE ESTIMATES he has owned more than,JO or 80 dif
Sputnik-and lived there until he was three. His father,was then ferent snakes of all kinds in his years of snake collecting
transferred to the Martin Company's Wichita, Kansas office Bruce figures that being a kid in the Cape area does have its
until Bruce was five. He then moved with his family to Cocoa advantages. Schools are more science and math oriented than y s
Beach in Brevard County in 1964 and has been living in other places for example. But mostly it's probably the same as
Indian Harbour Beach a small town in south Brevard, for the anywhere else.
last ten years. Bruce thinks it's "pretty good" that the Americans are ,rte
going to dock with the Russians on the current AppolloSoyuzmission.
t rx
"It's bound to help things," he said.
BRUCE SPENDS THE remainder of his time "cruising"with
his friends, playing basketball and going to Boy Scout
outings.He .
rra /
0. r will be a junior at Satellite High School, in Satellite
Beach, this coming fall.
What about after he graduates in two years?
"Well 1 would like to be an engineer" Bruce said.
An aerospace engineer?
"NAW," he replied.
r Just give him a fishing pole and a snake and he'll worry photo b* rick ro ."
a about space shots some other time. BRUCE ALCOCK
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it's the same as anywhere else
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is slowly .tarnishing for Mr. Parr/s/ I


L'Y By KEITH MOYER today" Pan is said.
Alligator Staff Writer Large gashes and bruises on his hands attest that his

Vince Parris is not your ordinary hitchhiker."It's current job is anything but easy.
not a matter of vhoke that I hitchhike, it's out of His new job is nearly 20 miles from his Indian Harbor:
necessity." Beach home and Parris must hitchhike every mile of the way.
"THERE'S JUST no way I can afford a car." "SOME DAYS I'm lucky and get good rides, but on others
Parris is 61 I, graying, intelligent and articulate,Parris just I stand out on the road for hours," Parris said.
found his first job in a long time. "I'm a Pennsylvania boy said Parris, "I started college
"I 1 came down to the Cape from Pennsylvania in 1963 to back in the dark ages at Villanova in Philadelphia. After a
% find a job in the space program. I latched on with Pan Am on year I transferred over to LaSalle.
the Air Force Eastern Test Range contract and spent seven "I was taking four hours of engineering courses and three
--a # and a half good years with them," Parris said. hours of chemistry every day. Then I would suit up after class
BUT IN LATE 1970 Pan Am staged a massive layoff as for three or four.hours of football practice everyday," Parris
their contract ran out and at age 56 Parris was one of the said.BUT
Al f ,aa to unfortunate victims. WITH hard times and even harder covrses Parris was
'4x "What kind of job can a man my age get, asked Parris. forced to quit before graduating. He worked around at
!! _] ttt "Who wants to hire a 56 year old man?" various jobs for many years and eventually got into the air-
...-. .. .:.tphoto 1 Parris has not had a steady job since his 1970 layoff and conditioning trade.
by rick ro .n just recently found his latest job through the Florida State "IN FACT I've got over 26 years in the air-conditioning
I Unemployment Service."I buisness. That's what I did for Pan Am, Parris said."You
MEDIA FORCES GOT A JOB at a hotel in Cocoa Beach. It's sort of a know that's one thing about Cape jobs," said Parris, "Youcan
.capturing the space shot handyman thing and you know they really worked my butt off lose them just as fast as yor get them..

Spectacle People were bumping into people the director whispered a I TOLD Jainy the Usherette tc keep an eye out for famous
f few last minute instructions to a coatrack and in comes Hary people but nobody came by. She" pointed out Susan Ford tome
(from nine) gasp Reasoner. just as Gerry's little girl whizzed by me with the pool
page "Mr. Reasoner" we say. "I've got a message from Sandy. photographers turning little eddys in her wake.
HERE'S THE DEALS There is no competition in Cocoa She says Hello and Goodbye." That's about it for the VIP's. There were a lot of Russiansin
Beach, guys. Everybody's cither a married engineer or a _Harry-gasp-Reasoner{ grunts. It ;is the most articulate grunt the stands,and they were great fun to watch. They did not
surfing vegetable. Just mention those three little words I've ever heard full of whimsy and mature wisdom. 'sweat (they weren't allowed to) and when they spoke English
"Independent Florida Alligator" and you're in. "I'll have to tell Cohen' he says. I wish I knew who Cohen they rambled on like disinterested junkies. God knows what
Don't believe m'd Ask Sandy, the stringer for W-I-O-U- was. our ambassador sounded like over at Turytam babbling his
who introduced me to Harry gasp Reasoner. Or Jainy the Later on. Harry and Walter met by coincidence at the dime-store Russian.,
Usherette. 'Or Debbie. the 't,,eet sixteen-year old Texas spartan restroom behind the studios. Neither one said 1 was: very disappointed because Robert Goulet the famous
Hicress I mesmerized with my' .suave drooling technique. anything but then, what was there to say? singer and nihilist philosopher wasn't there. Goulet had said
What shot?
space i in the paper that it doesn't matter if the
WHERE'S HUGH O'BRIEN ARE YOU HUGH space program goes
THE SEARCH,FOR HARRY REASONERWe O'BRIEN WHO IS HUGH O'BRIEN on or not, because we'Jlall be dead by then anyway, what with
crashed a swell party Monday night. John Denver had 'pollution and the bomb and all. I was.looking forward to
just left. John Wayne was supposed to be there later on. *nd You should have seen the list of the V-l-P's who weren't drowning a few brews with Bob and asking him just what the
someone said they saw Harry Reasoner at the bar.,althoughwe there! Bob Hope wasn't there.John Wayne wasn't there. Even hell he meant by that remark. But hey,what does it matter
got thrown out before we could make sure. Swell party. President'' What's-his-name wasn't there. His daughter was right? .
Harry Reasoner wasn't there. though. He was Wolfie's there. She"makes Lynda Byrd Robb look like CatherineDon A ,WING AND A PRAYERAll
where my friend Sandy accosted him and bent his ear for four Ruve. right, okay;here it is: Good job fellas. I mean it.
hours. After the launch Tuesday. Sandy took me to the ABC Who was there? Hell if I know who they were but the placewas After this little article, I'm going to be as welcome at the
studio to meet him. He wasn't there so she split and I waited. crawling with Very Important People. You could tell they Cape as. say, William Proxmire but that's the biz.:; It doesn't
",. Some people think networks hate it all bagged and can do were Very 'Important, because that's what their name tags mean I am not truly awed by' the' fact that 650 tons of
,no' wrong.. Well. maybe CBS is cooly efficient with Uncle American Technology blasted off in my face at an incredible
Walter and their concrete "Temporary" building across from said.They didn't look like Very Important People to me. In fact, speed Tuesday, and today the better part of that rocket will
the gant1)'ay.But most of them looked just like us Marginally Important bump delicately with the Russian Soyuz. And the Russianswill
on launchday. ABC looked like video edition of the People. except they were on the other side of the rope and open their door. And everyone will shake hands. That's

Alligator.( Hardly" any, ','of the'. famous. network class is evident. sweated more.. '" progress, folks.Peg.12 .

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Marston asks city, county


SECOND for seating facility supportBy I


BIG ONE .
KEVIN BLOOM County Commission Chairman Jack
Alligator Staff Writer Durrance.

for UF will Talbot told Marston, "whatever you need
Planning a mass seating facility .
be delayed until fall quarter UF President call on us.
Robert Q, Marston said Wednesday. State Senator Bob Saunders(D-Gainesville)
Marston made the statement at a meetingwith urged Marston not to delay plans for the
: city and county officials' Wednesday facility saying "it's now or. never for
\ morning. something like this."

Reasons cited for the delay were the lack ofa HUGH CUNNINGIIAM, UF public information -
\ Board of Regents bonding feasibility study officer said, UF Athletic Director
and the lack of"concrete committments" by Ray Graves will begin a.state-wide effort to
the city and county for financial l assistance.He .
solicit private' funds for the project. .
also said he would prefer to i ait until fall
: when entire "There's nobody in this state Ray Gravesdoesn't
T the student body is on campus. .
know, Cunningham said-"he can
"WE DQNT WANT to try and do too get in touch with the right people. .
much while more than half of the student
body isn't here to respond." Marston said. "A lot of deals are made on fishing trips in
this state and Ray is a great fisher-
Marston also asked the Gainesville man"Cunningham said.
;Chamber of Commerce, County and City
commissions to report on the feasibility of UF Cunningham also said "word has been sent
receiving funds from the city for the mass out through the grapevine that if anyone yc:
seating facility. wants to have their name on part of the
complex they can, if they donate $5 million
"We're not talking about bargaining for dollars."
how much," Marston said "but we need to
UF HOPES TO RAISE $6 to $7 million
know if the city and county can help back the
complex." from private donations to add to the ap-
proximately S14 million UF is expected to
1i MARSTON RECEIVED VERBAL receive in surplus student building funds next
; c support for the facility from Chamber of
Commerce President James Stringfellow.City year.The estimated cost of a mass seating facilityis .
t i Commissioner W.S. "Tiny" Talbot and S21 million.,
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Alligator Staff Writer though it,is private property, it is also open. to,
,
the public.
Need ?
security
,,' With the crime rate in Gainesville at 6,575 Bell said his company is insured for
$500.000 by a bonded insurance. ,,gent to
major offenses per 100,000 people and
growing, who doesn't? guard against possible suit if a security guardis
negligent or breaks the law
TWO SECURITY GUARD comapnies "
the city, which do approximately $600,000 All their guards carry guns .and wear
uniforms and badges on the job. Their main
worth of business in Gainesville annually, ;$
claim to provide security for local merchants. purpose is.to Ue a deterrent to possible! crime
With 2,010 burglaries and 572 cases of IN THAT RESPECT,they seem reasonably
!shoplifting in 1974 most merchants will tell sucessful.
you (hey need it."It's 4jbP "They have quite a deterrent value,'* Alan,
Morrow of the Gainesville Police Depart-
a necessity, and it's getting worse, Al
Davis, district manager of Gainesville Winn ment, said. "The'more they (criminals) see ofa
"
Dixics, said. uniform, the greater the deterrent.
AND THE MARKET FOR security is Gainesville merchants agree.
increasing. v "Merchants know and recognize
Lewis Howard, president of Howard shoplifters" Sharon Polk manager of the
Security Services, !said he estimates his firm Gainesville Mall Association said. "But since
does $250,000 worth of business a year and it ; we've had the guards, there have been fewer
f
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has doubled in a year. thefts.
Abilene Security Systems holds contracts k <1, xL4K LACON DAVIS, manager of the Publix at
for more than $350,000 worth of services the Westgate shopping center cited a 50 per
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annually, according to president and part PUBLIX GUARD photo by joe skipper cent reduction in shoplifting since hiring
owner Steve Mahn. Abilene has increased its security guards.
business by 50 per cent in the past year, he no more power than ordinary citizensgun And yet security guards do not have any
,said. IMAliN could be carried and provide for Mahn said. In addition to guards, they more powers than an ordinary citizen, ac-
ATTRIBUTES the increase in background checks of applicants. provide all forms of electronic surveilance cording to the State Attorney's office. He can
business to the high crime rate which he saidis Presently, however. Abilene Security systems such as alarms and closed circuit only detain a suspect until ,the ,proper
making people "justifiably paranoid." provides no formal training for their guards, television. authorities make the arrest and he can use his
But how secure are the security guards? most of which do not carry weapons. Because of its different philosophy on gun only in selfdefense."IF .
In 1970, a mental patient in a halfway EMPLOYES ARE "ENCOURAGED" to security, Howard Security relies to a greater HE PERSONALLY saw the offense, he
house Robert Scott Sanders, who was found attend the Santa Fe Community College extent on security guards. can step in and take action" Ron Shema, an
innocent by reason of insanity in the murderof course in industrial security, Mahn said. "OUR JOB IS TO PREVENT, not wait investigator with the State Attorney said.
two girls in Tallahassee,was found workingin The guards receive on the job training in until the crime happens," Walter Bell, head "But he can't place anyone under arrest."
Pensacola as an armed security guard. lieu of formal training, Mahn said. of security at Howard, said. "If we canprevent Neither does the fleeing felon law apply to
And in 1971, Lester Harvey Cnbbs a Abilene, according to Mahn,does not "play the crime from ever happening, we've security guards.
!security guard for a local firm, was found police," Their guards generally do not wear done our job." Lt. Herb Meizius of the Alachua County
dead at his post with a bullet through his uniforms or carry weapons ,because their Every guard must complete at least 70 Sheriffs Department said there was "no way"a
lorehead. A coroner's jury ruled the death customers prefer the guards be in- hours of instruction in, industrial security as a guard could shoot a fleeing suspect.
accidental. conspicuous.FOR company policy, Bell said. They also I must The job is.not. without its hazards.
THESE INCIDENTS and others with take a 15 hour course in use of firearms by "Anytime you put on a weapon and a badge
poorly screened and trained security guardsled A GUARD TO CARRY a weapon he state certified instructors. and walk out on the street you become a
to the passage of a law by the Florida must have military or police training and a Howard! security guards do not have gun target," Captain Jessie Hines of Howard
legislature to require licensing of all security thorough background check, Mahn said. permits from the county because security Security said.
guards. And every time he is to carry a gun on the guards working on private property are He said he was shot at three times when he
The law will go into effect October 1 and job a guard must clear it with Fred Kirchoff, exempt from the law requiring them, county answered a call to a friend's business one
will require guards to carry identificationcards the guard supervisor. attorney Norm LaCoe said. night. He had no gun with him and had to
have minimum training in use of Abilene concentrates more on the HOWEVER, LaCOE WAS UNSURE if a crawl away to notify the sheriff who eventually -
weapons, limit the conditions under which a technology of security than in security guards, security guard working at a supermarket arrested his assailant.

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psychiatrist can't help him as Harold discover for us the plight of the dispossessed. RED PIN NIGHTRETURNS

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Alligator Staff Writer reports.GAINESVILLE acoustically tiled ceiling. cut on-the-spot description of the scene of an
PATROLMEN expressed Officers call predetermined numbers to get investigation" Mitchell said.
Gainesville Police Department (GPD) the mixed officers reactions to the new system. None of the attention of the input recorders. Then by Patrolmen are not supplied with portable
officers are getting away from one of the time One would allow their names printed. dialing a sequence of numbers they can re units in their police cars, but Buchanan said
worn hassles of,their job. Paperwork.With officer said the new system "is a record portions of the report, review materialand any dial phone can be used in conjunctionwith
the installation of a $44,000 word godsend. It's like I suddenly have time to be a make corrections."IT the word processing system.
cop, not a uniformed reporter with writer's ALL ADDS UP error-free
officers call to an
processing system reports over cramp." The investment in the processing systemwas
to a dial dictation machine. report according to Marcia Buchanan,
the phone
Another officer said the a result of a study by Director of Police
although system supervisor of the GPD Word Processing
THE REPORTS are later typed out in extricated him from some of the tedium of Center. Services Nolan Freeman. Freeman's study
longhand by secretaries whose exclusive writing reports, "you end up writing a report The processing center is staffed by three showed 25 per cent of the average patrolman'stime
function is to monitor the system. was spent on paperwork.
anyway, the dictated
part serves as a rough operators on the day shift and three on the
Lt. Robert Mitchell of the GPD said the draft. I can tell I'm writing better reports but night shift. MITCHELL INDICATED he thought the
primary function of the system is to increase I don't know if that's "
worth
$44,000. "From midnight to 7 a.m. no one stays in money was well spent, adding that equivalent
of and officers in
efficiency police reports give THE WORD processing system is com- the office" Buchanan said, "but the dollars saved in man-hours added up to the
the field more time to answer calls. posed of four magnetic card "Selectric machines are operating all the same so we same pay it would take to put six patrolmanon
"I. estimate our officers on duty save about typewriters," four "dial
input system maintain a seven day a week, 24 hour a day the street.
30 per cent of their on duty time by using the recorders," and 15 portable dication units. operation. "The system enhances the product of this
system," Mitchell said. "The advantage is The system is housed in what was once part PORTABLE DICTATION units are used department." Mitchell said, "service to the
they spend their time on calls, not writing of the GPD jail with carpeted walls and by the GPD Detective Division to"give a clear community."


WHAT'S HAPPENING .


BY HELEN WHELAN J73-0101: for further information. meet Monday night at 7:30 p.m. in room B 70 of the J. Wayne .ti
Alligator Staff Writer BOOGIE The Steve Morris band will perform for the Oldie Reitz Union. '
Goldie Nite at the Broward Poolside tonight from 8:30-11:30: : ARABiThe Arab student organization will meet this
p.m. Call 392.7535 for more information. Sunday night from 8.11 p. in room 123 of the J. Wayne Reitz
BARNACLE BUSTERS A slide show and party showing DAMES AT SEAl Tonight through Saturday the Florida Union. Call 378-7690 for further information.
movies and slides of the club's recent trips to the Exumas and Players will present "Dames At Sea" at 8 p.m. in the Con- STONE SOUP Stone soup and baking bread tlasses will be
the Cay Sal Banks will be shown tonight at 8 p.m. in the stans Theater with an admission price of $2. For further held tonight,and Tuesday and Thursday of next week from 5-
Camelot Recreation Hall on 3425 SW 2nd Avenue.. Contact information, call the Constans Box Office at 3921653. 7:30 p.m. at the P.K. Yonge Lab School with an admission of
G.E. Ryschkewitsch at 392-0545 or 372-8775. POT LUCKS The Gay Community Service Center will have a $2. Call Joe Sheppard at 378-9752., Buddy Fish at 376-0705) or
STUDENTS FOR FARMWORKERSi Petitioning all Publix free pot luck dinner tonight at 6:30 p.m. at 107 NW 15 Dr. A.B. Packer at 392.2327 for further information.
supermarkets in Gainesville will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 Terrace. BLACK BELT TEST Board breaking free sparring, form
p.m. this Saturday. Call Kathy at 373-0101 or Terri at 377- GO CLUB The Go Club Tournament for the summer hniques, and weapons will be included in a test during
7129 for further information. quarter will take place every Saturday at 8 p.m. in room 118 which four person will attempt to acquire their karate black
BENEFIT There will be a concert Thursday night at 7:30 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For more information call belt on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Florida Gym. The test is free,
p.m. at The Keg on SW 16th Avenue with an admission George R. Hwang at 3772866. and 9pen to the public, and marks the first test since the
charge of SI I and beer specials costing 25 cents for a glass and CHINESE MOVIEi "Lonely Seventeen" will be shown Sensei. Ngo Dong died.
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7129. 50 cents. Contact George R. Hwang at 377-2866 for more Liturgy InEnglish for all interested persons on Sunday
SLIDE SHOWi Florida farmworkers will meet Sunday at 7 information. monring at 10 a.m. in room 361 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
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tion of a mass seating facility will affect
Invites Community LeadersTo future legislative allocations for other
"You don't ,ever like to say "Now or construction purposes'
Never" but in the case of the mass seating Rep. William Andrews, also in atten-
activities center at the University of Join Planning CommitteeUniversity dance, admitted the Legislature "could
Florida, that's the way it is," President reduce utility bond allocations to higher
Robert Q.Marston told a group of city and education if they do not agree with use
county community leaders Wednesday."The made of student fee money," but that
need for a theatre for the "student funds are the only source for this
performing arts, a mass seating facility type of construction (mass seating center)
and a natatorium on the campus and in the as far as the House is concerned."
community has long been felt and now we T Produced by the Division of Information & Public10r Hff Senator Saunders urged President Mar-
tlons Services to communicate official l l notices important
have the best chance we've ever had that Itt { Information to students, faculty fc staff MV ston to take the leadership by saying,
will ever be done," Marston said in at the University of Florida. W& "This is what we need and this is what >E-!
reference to the student building fee we're going to do." He also said there
bonding program now being studied by the needs to be "a clear expression whether or
Board of Regents. not these facilities will be for the use of the
Marston traced the history of planningfor committee.The group's plan calls for a 12 bonding plan will go forward community."
the center, pointing out that Student to 14,000-seat coliseum for multipurposeuses He explained that he has other money in Marston stated that the planned facilities -
Government last fall committed$100,000 to a 2,400-seat theatre for the perfor- hand and pledged from private sources to would be open to the community in the
a mass seating facility and that a meetingin ming arts, and a natatorium. be used for planning, in addition to the same way other facilities are now used by
his office with student leaders from "When you try to design too many student reserves that student government the community and reminded the group
across the campus at that time resulted in functions into a single building, the leaders have said will be made availablefor that all of the city's high school commencements
a unanimous endorsement of planning for ,compromise can be very damaging to planning.The are held in Florida Gyman-
the facility..He appointed a committee of every function," Marston said. Board of Regents has ordered that a siunv
three students,three faculty members and Marston invited the community leadersto feasibility study be made" of the issuanceof "These facilities would be open to the
three administrators to develop plans for a appoint three additional members to the additional bonds backed by student fees community under any circumstances whether -
facility and circulated their preliminary planning committee. He suggested that for construction of non-academic facilities ,or not a nickel is given," Marston
plans to campus and community leaders in community participation on that committee including multipurpose. mass sea- said, but cautioned that there would be
February. The committee's final plan was, would provide the opportunity for ting facilities, the resources available scheduling problems, as there are now
completed in late June and given the same community involvement in planning, fi- through such a bond issue, and the total with other facilities:
wide circulation.Marston also said that be nancing, and other support that will be systemwide priorities for the use of such "We could not reschedule campus activities -
had discussed the planning with legislatorsand needed to make the facility become bonds." The study is scheduled to be for a two-week convention, for
other state leaders, including alumni. reality. presented to the Board at its Sept. 8, example," Marston said '
t "The burden of proof for any who might "Let's take what we have done up to this meeting when other commitments pre- Board of Regents member Jack Mo-
opposed the plan is upon those who could point and go forward," Marston empha- sumably will be made. Griff, also present at the meeting, urged
convincingly say that we will never need sized. Architect Neil Webb has said that the "going forward with the program" but
these type facilities," Marston added. Marston said that he hoped to start University could get a "six month to one cautioned that"we need to merge more in
Marston said it is the intention of the spending some"real dollars" for architec- year head start" toward construction of a our thinking that these facilities will be for
University, if the bonding program is tural design by mid-fall after the students mass seating facility if architectural and both academic and non-academic use."
consummated,to construct a facility along have returned to campus and the Univer- other planning could,begin as soon as the Other expressions at the meeting inclu-
the lines of the plan produced by the sity has "reasonable assurance" that the bonding program is approved, without ded:
having to wait for bond sale proceeds. He Chamber of Commerce President James
estimates that this planning would cost Stringfellow, who initiated the meeting,
Marston Commits $10,000To appoximately $200,000. "We came here to offer our help and we'd
State Sen. Robert Saunders, in atten- like you to tell us how we can help."
dance at the meeting Wednesday, agreed Chamber member M.M. Parrish:
Continue Center
Planning with Marston about the priority of the "There are some in town who feel there
..... structure. could be merit in a Joint venture betweenthe
The following letter from President Robert Marston was sent Wednesday to Dr. "If there is eveiioing to be a facility of community and the University. We're,
Kenneth Finger, chairman of the planning committee for a mass seating activities this type, we'd better do it now; this may here to support you,to find a way to help."
center: not only offer the best opportunity, but the Chamber member Marvin Gresham:
"Thank you and your committee for your final programmatic report on the mass only opportunity ever to do this"Saunders "There's strong support in the community.
seating activities center.As your committee continues to advise me on this project, it is said. "We must quit quibbling over minor There's a need in Gainesville for all threeof
clear you will need funds for such activities as developing sketches, revising design details.We cannot divide the rabbit beforewe these things."
concepts, visiting to similar facilities elsewhere, etc. I am making $10,000 from private catch it"Saunders Faculty member Manning Dauer, a
saying it is "a matter of member of the center
sources available to the committee for these purposes."Dr. planning committee -
.Hanson will provide you with the names of three individuals from the communityas Judgment rather than any law one can : "The committee is completely convinced -
additional'members of your,committee." point to,"advised that he does not believe ''there is a need for the total
committing student fee funds construct- package. The time is now. We are behind
in the southeast. The University of Florida
suffers because we don't have proper
Blood Donations Being AcceptedOn Deadline For Ordering facilities.Some performers have said they
wouldn't have come here if they'd known

Campus Today Through, Friday Caps, Gowns Is Friday they had to play in the gymnasium."
Student Body President Jim Eaton:
Students who wish to participate in "Students have shown that when given the
The Civitan Bloodmobile will continue necessitated because of the decrease in August commencement must submit their facts,they will support the whole idea. We
accepting blood donations from the UF Gainesville's summer population.Since an order for caps and gowns to the Special must put aside the arguments that
community.from,9,'a.m.' ,to" p.m. daily average of 60 donors per day is required Services desk'on ,the mezzanine ,of.the student fees can be 'reduced.. We must
through Friday, on the Plaza of the for the Regional Blood Center to service its ,Campus Shop>>and Bookstore at the Hub by show that this will be'a wiser,use of the <.
Americas. five area hospitals, additional blood may 4:30: pjn, Friday. funds than putting them ,to use .for
According Gary Wiggins of the Civitan have to be shipped in if local donors cannotbe academic buildings.Students must be
Regional Blood Center it takes less than 45 found. consulted at "
every step along theway.
minutes to complete the donation process. ,( Friday Is; Deadline County Commission ,Chairman Jack
Donors are carefully,tested,(pulse, temp- Durrance: "I don't believe the need for a. '
erature, blood.,pressure, 'anemia. etc.): Faculty Briefing : ,:For Grade ,Removal' regional impact study I for construction" ;1'
before blood Is taken 16 be sure there will 1 '*"*' ;i "\ #! ,j 'i ;approval would alter yoursltuatian 1 >.YoU!,' ;.,. ,
be no ill effects.Wiggins r' Friday of, 4 p.m.. :Friday is the deadline,for students,who can be assured you have county support.*** ;"
.II ;noted",:that':approximately '20 received a grade of"I"or"X"last term to City Commissioner.WTiny:' ( Talbott! : ,:{'
14 members of.the'UF',community donated The Office of Academic Affairs will hold. i remove that::grade;!from'''"their* record. "As a representative of,the'public: 'school, t ,
blood Monday' ,!i-about- one-fourth them its Open Office Briefing for faculty Friday Students who have.not made, up such system,the regional utilities board and the "j
new donors. at 4 p.m. in Academic Affairs, 235 Tigert grades should contact their academic city commission, I can tell you we need
,The, .annual Summer :Blood Drive is Hall. advisor immediately. buildings. Call for ."
,- , your on us your needs.

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JUDY MOORE years before the resentment against All campus activities took place in Buck. HE WAS RECOGNIZED as a man of
Alligator Staff Writer Gainesville disappeared.Dr. man and Thomas Halls. Buckman contained courage and unquestionable integrity but he '
Andrew Sledd president of the Lake dormitory rooms, a gymnasium and an .infirmary was unpopular at UF because of his austere
EDITOR'S NOTE This Is the last In a City college was named UF's first president at while Thomas housed the administrative retiring personality. He was a stickler for <
cries of three articles tracing the history of a salary of $2,500 a year. offices, the dining room, the academic standards and is credited with ,
UF from Its beginnings In 1853. Today's story When the school opened. University library and the classrooms. setting UF's early foundations of high
describes UFs move from Lake City and the Avenue was an unpaved dirt road connecting OFTEN THIS PROXIMITY caused scholastic achievement.In .
first 25 yean of Its Gainesville campus. problems such as Farr encountered while 1909 Sledd resigned to become president'
On Sept. 24, 1906, 102 young men arrivedto A UF professor witha trying to teach an English class on the floor of Alabama Southern University and ,

begin school at the newly built, 571 acre, above the kitchen., (see page eighteen)
two building UF campus in Gainesville. loaded rifle over his
had voted class "Paradise Lost"
Just a year before. the legislature "My studying
Gainesville the site of Florida's male assembled each day coincident with the
knee led the
'university after a bitterly contested struggle equipment climatic point in the preparation of the
between Gainesville and Lake City for the Gainesville midday meal. Up through the cracks in the
to
location of the school. wagons floor came the vociferous shouts of the cook C
UF OPERATED on the old UF campus in and a blasphemous stream of profanity whose
Lake City in 1905-06 until buildings on 'the UF to downtown Gainesville more than a mile range I've never heard surpassed. '
Gainesville campus could be constructed.Lake away. "Mixed with the clatter of pots and pans
City, still bitter over the loss of its On his first trip to the campus site in the and the hiss of steam came the overpoweringstench
college, brought three different injunctions to spring of 1905 Dr. fames Farr English of boiling cabbage and frizzling
restrain the shipping of university equipment professor in Lake Cjty and newly chosen UF onions. Milton's feeble attempts to depict the
to Gainesville. All were overturned. vice president. described the following sceneas horrors of Hell paled into insignificance amid
Even so. Lake City men refused to be hiredto he drove down Alachua Ave. (UniversityAve. this real inferno."
help with packing. and no Lake City livery .)' "BEYOND STRETCHED a rough PRESIDENT,SLEDD was distinguished
would hire wagon teams. Teams had to be country road, on each side weed-covered intellectual,being a scholar in both Latin and
brought in from Gainesville. fields, with here and there :a Negro-hut. Greek. '
Amid rumors of violence,' a UF professorwith The' low, water covered stretch was a Before coming to Florida Sledd taught at
a loaded rifle over his knee led the desolate and forbidding scene. Emory University in Georgia. While there, he
equipment wagons to Gainesville.' "We could see signs of activity Thomas wrote a paper questioning the righteousnessof
As,they left Lake City, some of the people i and Buckman Halls growing under the handsof racial bigotry in the U.S. which gained
lining the streets booed and hissed, but most <: masons. My heart sank and I wondered IfjI'e national notriety.
just stood silently,watching, as if at a funeral could ever attract students to this spot or Although his wife's family and its Coco
procession. (convert this bare place into the future great Cola made fortune had made large donations
FOR YEARS, Lake City residents refused i university of our ambition. I went back to ,to Emory, Sledd was asked to resign,because
to send their sons to UF and it was nearly 50 I Lake City feeling chilled and discouraged." of the paper. Andrew Sledd greets John J. Tigert






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( page seventeen Welcome to

Dr.Albert Murphree, president of Florida be officially admitted until 1947 they were
Female in allowed to take courses at UF not offered at !
College Tallahassee, was appointed GATOR COUNTRY
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president. the Florida Female College in Tallahassee.In

By 1912, Colleges in Arts and Sciences, 1928 President Murphree died suddenly
Agriculture, Law, Engineering, and Teachingwere throwing the school into a period of
Vice President Farr took
mourning. over
school in operation and an and agricultural there was experiment a graduate temporarily and in September of 1928 Dr. While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:

station. John J. Tigert a Rhodes scholar and former SHOP: and BOOKSTORE located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We

FRATERNITIES HELD "SMOKERS"where presidency.By U.S.Commissioner. of Education accepted the are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you,

the boys got together to smoke and UF the student.
the time Tigert took over had grownto
have sing a longs, but the school upheld strict 2,000 students and covered 950 acres.
rules against drinking and gambling.In .
1915 Murphree denied the existence of ," ,
t'/Y' ,
any drinking at UF and said there was very UF HAD WHAT MAY have been its first -1iff N -
little gambling. He admitted there might be riot in November 1929. Several students had :: \ '
some'card playing but if students were gathered in front of the Gainesville Sun to see ,
would be liable the results of the Florida-Alabama football
caught they to expulsion.
,Women allowed into score as it was received. The Gainesville chief
were not to go .
houses unless of police wanted to clear: the streets and "hot
fraternity on campus ac-
of rodded" through town at 20 m.p.h.. injuringone
companied by a chaperon "recognizedsocial '
standing." person.A .
riot ensued but was quickly brought '
IN KEEPING WITH THE times a new under control by the student body presidentwho ''''':it',v<.
course was instituted in 1916 dealing with all leaped on a soapbox crying for order.In ,
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phases of the Prohibition problem. In a :-
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Prohibition Oratorical Contest that year, the mu-i7M! A"A A. .4m .r. dt y4@'k.'r sio?;gQy
$10 first prize went to Gabby Knowles, and 1930 UF celebrated its 25th birthday. A
second went to Spessard Holland (ex-U.S. few years later Tigert petitioned to
Senator.) Tallahassee to move UF's founding date backto
When World War I came many studentsleft 1853 when the East Florida State Seminaryfirst
school to fight. began receiving state support. The
The College of Engineering operated as a legislature agreed.
vocational training school and all other y. w fl v t4TEXTBOOKS
departments assisted with the work of the TIGERT MAY HAVE made the request
Student because every time he attended a dedicationof
Army Training Corps. .'?
a new college university presidents from
From the beginning UF had a newspaperand
in 1912 it was formally dubbed the"Alligator" around the country were arranged in line
according to the of their institution.
For years football news age NEW & USED '
e ARCurnrruRE' & ENGINEERINGEQUIPMENT
dominated the front Tigert was always near the end of the line.,
pages. GYM OUTFITS
UF veterans who were still around in 1953 & SUI'PIIESSwEATSIIIRTS
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I Task forces to seek out.. cut red feme, : at L/F/ I

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Miller Health Center and the Institute of Food and HANSON TERMED administrative duplication a "pretty
Alligator Staff Writer Agriculture Sciences the Faculty Educational Policy Group sensitive" issue but added the task forces must determine if
UF: is trying to cut some red tape. (FEPG) and the sub-committee of academic deans. too many administrators exist at UF.
Therefore four task forces were appointed Tuesday to stud y Hanson was instructed to form the task forces by State The FEPG plans to formulate an organization chart
the administrative faculty ratio at UF. University System Chancellor Dr. E.T. York. showing the responsibilities' of each administrator at UF,Jone-

The groups should "identify inefficient and or unproductive .I-. The study on administrative red tape may be completed fall said.The
administrative practices and propose alternatives''' quarter, FEPG Chairman Bill Jones said. chart will describe each administrator's duties Jones
if these practices exist. Executive Vice President Harol d Jones and FEPG Secretary Manning Dauer met with said( adding that by determining the responsibilities of each
Hanson said at a presidential staff meeting. Hanson last week to discuss the duplication of administrative administrator the committee will discover if"duplications 01
THE GROUPS WILL include task forces at the h Hilli is responsibility. gaps" exist. "

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20. Tt,lndpndnt Florida Alligator, Thursday July 17 197S _

I Committee seeks to protect part of local history I IBy


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Alligator Staff Writer

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For those who have grownp
acknowledging the big
McDonald's "M" as the
Itimate in architectural
:esign, a trip down
Gainesville's East Universityvenue
can be a new and
*!-eathtaking experience.
The gabled porticoed,
azeboed homes of
,ainesville's past, produce an
(most calming effect even in
.iday's clock punching
affic jammed TV dinner YY
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MANY PEOPLE WOULDle -I -
; to see historic homes such v r asI '
s these preserved the task of -;-
: iting 4 city ordinance to
I rotcct such buildings would ___

M' But>m art..easy members matter. of

(, tinesvi e's Historic
Reservation Program
Committee, who face that
duty have been working on
the ordinance since February,
and expect no solution until
(the end of the summer.
Because of a growing
community concern about the
lack of regulation of historic
sites, the Gainesville City I HISTORIC PRESERVATION BEGINS photo by *bob wool'I I
Commission appointed the .....one old home on East University Avenue is saved
reservation committee in I
'ebruary to study the preservation committee and a Similar historic preser- Myers said it was importantfor Johnson said the committeeis Johnson added "An independent -
jroblem and suggest an local club Historic vatiori ordinances are ,suc- the city to give owners of now trying to decide if the architecturalreview
overal program, for historic Gainesville Inc. found that cessfully in operation in many older buildings the ,incentiveto review board should be an board would be able to
preservation including a city about 200 houses in cities around the country but improve their property. independent' board of a advise with more expertise
ordinance.The Gainesville are more than 50 ordinances in some cities "WE HAVE TALKED subsidiary to the already but many of the com
primary purpose of the years old and might be such as Santa Fe New ABOUT giving these owners existing City Plan Board. missioners feel there are
ordinance would be to classified historic landmarks. Mexico, have been termed certain tax advantages. We "THE PLAN BOARD already too many boards and
prohibit the demolition of Jane 'D. Myers aGainesville unconstitutional."WE would have to go through the determines city zoning might not want to create ,. ,
'"nildings classified as historic realtor and HAVE TO BE very state for that and change the requirements and historic another one." ,
andmarks and created a city secretary of the preservation careful about what we incluuein law. so I don't know how preservation ordinance might: JOHNSON SAID THE
c iew board which would committee said an ordinance the ordinance. Many feasible it would be," she require some rezoning. committee hopes to be readyto
n,rsee and regulate exterior could not legally prevent landowners in Gainesville are said. Although suggestions from make its suggestions to the
'. mges. owners from destroying+ their against the ordinance. We Committee member Carl the architectural review board city commission at the end of
\ HISTORIC LAND. own property. expect a lot of complaintswhen Johnson a Gainesville at. might be watered down by the summer when the Zoning
.1'iRK has tentatively been_ "ALTHOUGH WE the ordinance comes up torney said the preservation going through the Plan Board Rewrite Committee submitsits
ined by the committee as aIding COULD not prevent people for public hearing," Myers committee would suggest to before reaching the city recommendations to the
,( or area more than ,SOn from tearing down their own the city commission that an commission recommendations commission.The .
old that has ar-, property, we could delay it. said.The ordinance would have architectural review board be would be more Zoning Rewrite
teet ural, historical or We may be able to make them a public hearing before the created to oversee regulationand powerful with the backing of committee is presently
:lal sighificance. put their property up for sale city commission makes a final keep an ongoing inventory the Plan Board," Johnson studying and rezoning all
,tudies made by the first" Myers said. decision. of historical sites. said. areas of the city.



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Grapefruit Juice.... .. ::: 25 s shopping ;

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Blackberry Cobbler.",V' 1" ISQpleasure *, *

Serve with Eggs for Breakfatt, 7? 9iOkroy's
Hath Brown
Potato Patties ... .. "" 67' .. *,N. WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER-W. University Ave at 34th St.
AD_GOOD. .. ; '
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Serve with Cheete r MALL-
Broccoli Spears....... to..,..' 43* t,. ',LOCATIONS.. 'AT...THESE'.... ....ONLY.
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I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS Ii9'Ig.lwM! ( : Fri' & Sat.

211 V*J77-JOU. IMtvemry Ave Movie starts 12:30:


A Film About


INFORMATION: FOR SALENOVUS FOR SALE FOR SALEMayan '-i : J JIMi


PROGRAMMABLE WATERBED with bond-crofted: frame. wedding hammock for lover or
calculator! priced from$70 lo$1701 Four-potted bed with heodboord. $100or lull luxury lounging. Many decorator HENDRIX
Business, modal(compares to HP-70)) will consider rode for regular bed. colors and weave In comfortable fine,
Scientific model)(compare to HP-55)) Come ee It. 377-0288 (o-3i-57-p! ) moth cotton $36 377-4864 (o- -l38-p) ""i. :
376-4446 ft many mod more in USA in proorammobl I warranty 373.1106&nonfjton 72 charrplomobhm es cond 12s 602t ,, Skin-diver, watch in perfect condition :
fnt kitchen nice park close to campus& for tale at half prIce. longlne 500 ,& Featuring 6 previouslyunseen
(g.Tt-157-p) laundry.to be told In oug.call after 5 or lima-and a..}. .XJich' feature Orginally live per
$200. Will, socrif. ,ice for $100. Waterproof -
.Whiie' Stag scuba diving gear with wkervh 373-8530 (o-SMSS-pd)
occeuoriet, tank regulator guarantee Hill, en effect.Call 378- : formances from 1956 to
complete 8 Ii 36 MH 1 br new furn. air c. exc. 1
bock pack! fins, tnorkle wetsuit and more condition.$1500 or best offer or rent$85. 7038- ((0.21.158.p) t. 1970( Including. Monterrey I
very reatonable call 377.7295(a-St-157. Mon Coll 373-5311 anytime (o-5-155-p) Now through end of July Rote and Isle of &
P) MUST SELL Norton Custom 750 Commando Carnation buy one get one free New Wright
Wedding Bonds A Engagement Rlngt. |lust rebuilt mutt tee to believe, hour open 7-7 A Sidewalk, Florin 1005W. Woodstock Festivals.lLtLf .
WICKER: Traditional or Contemporary designs of accepting off.... Call 378-3046 and oak University Ave. 376-1111 (O-4M58-
your choIce. Handmade for individual for Charlie (o-5t-15S-pd) chg)
SHOP who want the best Original work by the AKC Irish. Setter puppies. lovable, longhaired
ETt. Color TV'old Seas 19" $40 Mike 378-
South' Leading Art,,,*. Mailer Gold norther championship bloodline
4016 (o-3t-157-p))
Smith and lapidnt.. Unconditional *. Great Pointer or wh6w potential .
377-2236 Guarantee.OZZ By appoIntment only Baldwin Electric real piano used with $100 call after 5 pm 375.1383 (a-5t-1S8-' I j ,I STARTS TOMORROW
373-3894 (o-l8f-153p> headphone Internal speakers or external P) 2004:30-1O0-9:30
-L.. amp.Excel thope Hlwatt 100 watt
HELD OVER! lead amp Roger 376-<<))81 after, 7 p.m. Oriental Art of all klndt-pointing'
/ '
((0-4M56-P) Batik, vote, rug*, jewelry and more.
Come to Cathay Corner Millhopper
LAST WEEK Moving Sale- Bedroom let $200 rod- Shopping Center 377-8153 (o-2t-158-p) Gene Hackman
Iron table $SO and other furniture and
eMeeeey.e..e..eee BAHBRA eeeee.y.eeye..eye. household Itemt. Call after S p.m. 372- Greenhouse Sale. Healthy Plantain clay
4646. (o-5M56-p) pot*. Sunday only 10 a m. to 4 p.m. 60.
wet" on newberry rd. post 1-75 to nw 91 in
STREISANDCAAN conserve your dollars buy a duplex !live St follow lgn*. (o-IM59-p)
Inane tide and receive Income from the '
other wayne d.mown&co.,inc.realtor Magnificent siberian, husky puppies
... !" ... 377-67B9 (a-37t-152.p)). calculator $100.00 paper t 1-904-252-5278 that, mole$125.00(o-3t-l59-p Female) Bitethe
HP-55 programmable pocket
adapter,security cradle,math&statistics 66 BSA 650 running but rough shape' tell
program boob,includes all accessories, for port$125 or best offer 1104 NW 34
$34 :ol!\ 378 812 (fa 5t. 158 p' St.: 376-8423 (o-3l-l59p)

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WITH FUN BANK1330N.W.13ST. .1 contender whose tragic fall

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Go" AT 00" K"CLASSIFIEDS REMEMBER DOO-WAH-DIDDY?

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(white socks optional)

FRIDAY, JULY 25, 8:30: P.M.

LIVE'SO's MUSIC. FREE BEER

FRIDAY, JULY 25 8:30: P.M.

FOR SALE FOR' RENT LIVE 50'* MUSIC. FREE BEER

TRANQUILITY Retire or rear family from $3.00 STAG $6.00 DRAG
turmoil, of city. 4 bedrm fireplace. cent h HURRY) Sublet'at The Place Apt for July-
& a 30 mm from Gville two tory more August $60 Shogrug oir-cond' pool, Advanced sole at Rebel Discount. $3.50 at door
sauna must' leave town Call 376-6016
Info 473 3241 Jail 384-6285
Keystone (a-
lot 0 000 1 4t-159-p) Immediate. Opening! (b.It.159-p) The NEW HIPPODROME THEATRE

A Girl dresser with Has ROOM FOR RENT ,in 4 BEDROOM HOUSE
*Vanity ( ) mirror. 1540 N.W. 53rd AVE. 375HIPPSTRANDED
FENCED YARD AC WASHER-DRYER PETS
3 drawers 42 shelves for shoes. Alto
has lavender & white organdy skIrt RENT$80 375.1404 or 373-5266 (b-Si.159-
around tide $15 Coll 372-6613 ((0.31. P) .
159-nc) JULY RENT FREEI Have OWN room in .M; ?

telling: large and small desk, 35 and 9, spacious 3-bdrm. OAK FOREST APT.
golf cart 4, lawn chairs 3, norelco Washer A dryer Included. thru august
thover 7, bookcase 10 high. intensity 376-9765 (2l-159-p) We offer free pickup. &
0 0" : lamp 3,other Items, 378.8061 after 5 (a- 2 neat responsible. females needed to '
It.159.p) I share very nice 3 br house In nw section x delivery. Reasonable priceson
only 5 blocks law school $!20mth +
FOR RENTroom 1 1.3 util., Grad student preferred. esp. In tuneups, hrakestransrilissiJns ,

for rent summer quarter, 2 br turn law 3731754 (b-6t-159-p)
r or complete
i.frlMI opt.$97 50 + Vi utilities. ViKaya apt No. very nice 2 BR air-conditioned furnished
9 call 377-8962 after 10 p.m. or 378.2651 mobile. home on shady lot close to UF overhauls.
e SW 13th StPhon stout, before 6 p.m. (b.5t.I56-p) Available now. $135 mo., $50 deposit.
377-6325. ((b-lt-159p)
# 3123A40 close 2 bedroom to campus 1 bath cent.duplex heat In quiet and air area sublet opt fall &winter, central AC,closeto R & R GARAGE
married couples only. No children or campus,own big room $100 mo. + /i
pets$175 per mo 373.0966. after 5 p.m. utilities, 3779915 (b-5t-159-p) 377-30H5 :3051 NE 21there W atv
(91-156-p) Be the I 1" to rent a room In this brand
house I central h
new acre backyard
.. Female Roomate Wanted tor fall. Oak
i4t; '1I''PIIj' >r':''!4'! pfo vp?y+va.!$''!'/: *- TJr and a. fully carpeted. 10 minutes from
''''' ...:.i i&L"N; ; :liif: :;j :if, mT room Forest$100 apartments month 3301+ 1-3 SW utilities 13 St.Bus Own to campus$100 unfurn. $115 furn. call 372- ,.
4231 between 9'00 & 5 00 (b-2y-159.p)
,' campus. Call 376-9765 (b-5t.157-p)
1 for rent 12 wide mobiel home, partially.
i liberated couple seeks to share a nice 2 furnished, has ,closeto is
air heat pork pool a carthat
stone haute near Duck POnd, with.
SHORT ON CASH.k. story campus ISO per mo.378-8061, after 5
couple or 2 people men preferred. pm (b-lt-159-p)
Privacy Immediate occupancy. Tom
37393W Roomate wanted, own room In two br now until I the end of August $114 a gas
ABC Mobile Homes has house, pets welcome, liberal and month. pool. call university. apartments
at 376-8990 (b-21-159- )
month, call p
mellow, 70.00 + 11 bills per
the after 5'30 373-7645 student (b-4t-157-p) Need 2 clean, liberal roomales own and is virtually
answer.We Roomate 6 blocks from campus partialac room in nice 3 bedroom duplex, turn In
nice quiet area $58 and 1-3 utilities call
2 br haute 87 per mo own room 378-
russ 373-3246 afler 5 (b-lt-IS9p)
9960 (b-4l-156-pl pollution free.
SUBLET APARTMENT-Up No. 19 to takeover WANTEDConservative
lead In Sept. for I year Call 372-
0041 Becky: (b-6t-15S-p)

currently have a large selection of mobile Room available for summer In country roommate wanted, 1-3 of '
$200 rent 1-3 utilities of 3 bdrm house
with central air. Ponyl cows
house Weak
homes in stock. Any of these reconditionedhomes monkeys, etc VERY MELLOW, very Inquire Tom Huffman 1 1502 N.W. 6th St. Q
can be for $350 or less when reasonable. 376-5766 (b-5t-15S-p) after 5:30: p.m. Weekdays anytime'
yours you weekend
(5t-155-p) ____
assume the payments. Stop paying rent and. Own room In 3 bedroom house for rent
$60 for remainder of summer qtr + 13utilltl. ..
OWN YOUR OWN I ... IV*blocks from law school.Call :, : ::..::*. k:::"': r a o
373-0030 (b-5M56-p) "-'U na sexxx''Hir ;. ,. .:'::::,'

Hornet for Rent ...'!.. :: ;!; .M I..i.' ': m...{:. ;..
Avail Itt ft.n
t I 3 bdr home Sept .
A blk to UP 4 vacancies 'hr : '
Avail :
2 bdr $125-On lake Sept. .: ";
,3714643'
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for : Over SO listings Sept. '. { ...:::: "' .
United Real Estate Auoc.Broker
113 NE 16th Aye.
sd ; 377-6992 LEWIS

Ib.9t-l55-p) JeweltyCompany for about a pemnyts
-
( worth of e>le>olrlolty
:I. CLASS RINGS per mllsthe citlcarwiu
DIAMONDSWATCH transport you up to
REPAIRS BO miles with a Cruise speed
of SO m.p.h.on a single charge*
MOBILE 200 W. University Ave

f1 372-4106
HOMES'I I authorlztiJ citicar sales and service

1 <<'.1.(1)) SLEEPY HOLLOW I
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RIDING
"' Miller-Brown Motors
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4222 NW 13th Street
Hunt Seat 9 Boarding

Students, faculty e r 373OQ59 or 466,3224 .if You font want (transportat.on to bi I problem Is EB RING I \tai: IN C]1



& staff can now r This FRI & SAT nites


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PRICES A* you sit breathlessly!" .
waiting for the bell ending
JUST BRING UF ID CARD another fact-filled episode of .

AND WE'LL SHOW YOU GlU 236, "Magic in American ONo

Broad Mold, aren't you
THE PRICE BOOK. glad the Independent Florida
Alligator will be waiting for better DELI-STYLE SANDWICHES in town

minor repairs you' "

Well aren't you? DAILY SANDWICH AND BEER SPECIALS I \:
efecfronic balancing

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shocks, custom wheels' accessories TON I TEl! July 17 the U.F.W., benefit


elJlmljl.fjl'* fa* Wellaren't*- A variety of entertainment 'incl. The JAZZ PROJECT .



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O\J R oto.TIME' I1TIMipsPHEREPostB.e

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courT: WANTED ) Aug. 22, 1975
MIKE'SBookstore
FREE I III female roommate wanted to share 2 br
I ELECTRONIC ENGINE trailer$70 per month plus'utilities.call Pipes \
WITH EACH I II 372.1799 (C.51.157-pl) .
ANALYSIS I II Tobacco ShopDowntown
wanted to buy set of weights reasonably
II TUNE.UP
I __ I II priced Call 372.9701 evenings before .
'
IMS Del l M ''
I 19$2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 I 930pm. (c.3t.I57.p) Sat 8.6 17 .University.,
GOLD t SILVER Top paid for class
----------------------- price
rings.old|jewelry,etc. confidential Call
OZZIi 373-3894
female grad stuo roommate to share I Do The Heathen Rage?"
TYPEWRITERPROBLEMS furn opt,own bedroom, air cond pool. "Why
TV, Unlv Card, $86 + Vi ulil!, call after
? 5:X, 372.1197. (Avail Aug 1)) (c.4t.158P but
) This scribe was never a subscriber of the now defunct Life magazine,

Wanted: Own room In house or opt occasionally saw one. The Christmas issue of 1964 featured many beautiful
1
We've got all the answers dote to campus in Sept will pay) up 10 pictures and noted art works of Biblical subjects. Life then proceeded to attack
$90 + util Kathleen 373-2332
mo. keep
r- ; Sales.ServlceSupplles.Lease trying.Leave metioge (c.3t.158-p) i the trustworthiness of the Od and New Testaments and did not even spare
Contervalive male roommate to share I Jesus Christ, Who said of Himself, "before Abraham was, I AM!" John 8:58.

one-bedroom. $80 apt month close Call to compuopprox 997.. The immediate reaction of this writer at that time was that "Life" was the
per ((904))
ASSOCIATEDBjJSINESS 559 Monncello, Fla. (c.?l.158-p) l prong name for this publication it should have been "Death"! Here were
SYSTEMS ROOMMATE for FALL study habits Im- ''some of the reasons for this severe judgement: The Creator said to the first
portant J. Fronk 1513 NW 5th AV No. 53
373-3359 (c3t59p) man lie created, Adam "Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat; but
724 N. Main Scuba equip tanks etc, needed, mull of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thous shalt not eat for in the day
be reasonably priced alto Inflatable 'thou eatest thereof "THOU SHALT SURELY DIE!" Genesis 2:16, 17. The
------ ---------------- beat call 454-1081 (c.2t-159.p) '
female {grad student wanted to shore devil attacked The Word of God, by subtlety beguiled and deceived Eve! Death
I CALCULUSMADE I lovely 3 br opt (Point West) 12 mo. resulted,just as God had said. "And it is appointed unto men once to die, but
1 leote close
beginning sept 1. to compu after this the Hebrews 9:27. The called "Life" in
call laurie 373-9133,392-0710. (c.51.159. judgement publication ,
I EASY I II p) the writer's opinion, earned for itself the name "Death" by attacking The

I by Silvanus P. Thompson, F.R.S. HELP WANTED Word of the Lord God Omnipotent!

I A supplementary text 1 1 Wanted! Attractive person who woulo Death came to Abel who was righteous in the sight of God, because his
designed to deliver like to meet people as our representative brother Cain rejected The Word of God, and God's testimony against his evil:
I. you 1
Coll
1 from the preliminary 1 appointment will accept(e-3t-159-p port ) 372-6511 for "If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin

terrors of Differential 1 AUTOSChevy lieth at the door!" Genesis 4:7 DEATH came to all the peoples of the earth in

Calculus and the Integral Impala. 1969 only 50,000 miles. the days of Noah for corruptinh God's Word and ways, excepting eigjt people.
1 result of God's word and the wickedness that followed
Calculus. Runs excellently Given new car mull Againas a rejecting ,
I 1 sell. $695 or best offer call 376-4073(g- DEATH came by 'a rain of fire and brimstone from heaven all the
---------------------- 2t 159-p) upon
Send $3.95 plus .40 postage & tax Volvo 1969 door stick shift 4 cyl 107;000 inhabitants of Sodom andGommorah-only Lot and his two daughters escapedas
to: Professional. Associates P.O. Box 14562 1 miles rebuilt engine. good. condition a result of the urgent prayer of God's friend and obedient servant,
1 University Station Gainesville, Florida 1 $1.OOP Call 377 1267 (g It 159-p) Abreham!Time and again Pharoah had the opportunity to obey God's Word as
1973 Vega air, 4 speed, custom
1 interior, radio coupe, excellent condition, !Moses warned him. lie refused, and death devoured his army in the Red Sea!
i NAME 1 economical(g3ll59p), $1475 call Ingrid 376-9891.. Down through the ages, since the time of Adam, Death has swallowed up

ADDRESS Volvo sedan 1225-1964, new tires, every generation! Our own generation is rapodly "passing away" recently
MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED 1 1t shocks, brakes, starter Recent In. counted 89 death notices in just one paper!
1. tpection Good condition$600. 378-944 ,Consider the folly of mere man's attacl on God's Word. A prominent
------------------..-.----- before 330 (g-5t.136-p)
--- 1971 Dodge p.m.Challenger RT 340 ACpower evangelist of the past generation, George Stewart, told this story about those
leering and brakes automatic who attack The Bible and those who fear The Bible might be destroyed: the
ALL YOU CAW vinyl roof radio good condition $1500 biggest fool he heard of who took crowbar and .
.
EAT call tone at 376-2207: ((3 3t-l57-p) ever was a man a went out lo
73 FORD TORINO WAGON MUST SELL! overturn Lookout Mountain. But he found a bigger fool than that when he went
4PM.10PM Lots of extras $2750 376-5012 (g-3t-157. on the other side of the mountain and found a fellow with his shoulder againstthe
nel)
CHICKEN FRENCH FRIES 1973 cutlass supreme. excellent con mountain to keeo it from being overturned! The true Christiam to whom
ditlon loaded PS, PB,auto console, AM- The Spirit of God has revealed the truth of The Bible, in seeking to defend The

s; COLE SLAW ROLLS for FM,air small,cruise,wagon. ,t more call 3700 Bill or, talk 3729466 trod Bible is not concerned about it being overturned or destoyed, but rather is

Q\ afternoons (g-41.157.p!) greatly concerned about the unbelief cauded by the wretches attack on The
FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS 1966 Ford Van auto Irons like new lire Bible. Unbelief does not make The Word of God without effect, but fulfills it

'9U e i 1708 battery.(ofr-159-c Dome) wheels best offer 376- in producing Eternal Death to those who reject It.

FORDELIVERY There 'are those who tell us that much of The Bible is "myth" and
PERSONAL especiallyy the first part of Genesis: "In the beginning God created the

for weekend the best far high reservations around try call tearing 495-9082 this heavens and the earth: Is it a "myth" that the heavens and the earth exist? Is it

SERVICE (|4tl37p. ) a "myth" that the'earth is filled with wickedness, violence, murer, and that the
Laundry _"Ice.24 11 Ul woth, dry foldyoUI' earht produces thorns and thistles, etc., both physical and spiritual kinds? Is it
laundry. Include
pound free
delivery lave on dry cleaning too a "myth" that women bear children in suffering and sorrow? Is it myth that
CALL 377-0901 Norge laund mat and Dtyclonrs 2106 man dies and returns to dust? "FOR IN THE DAY THOU EATEST
;! SW 13th St. (
i-ltt-156-p)
Rm Rm! THEREOF. disobeys God THOU SHALT SURELY DIE"! Genesis 2:17
........: 1805 S.W.I 3thIooocxaoooooooexaoooooooooQ. : SAMMIE Of LONDON.Have a hair style
leu. .. 1_... ..",....M. to Mill your pertonohty 377.2643 716 W. "FOR DUST THOU ART AND UNTO DUST SHALT THOU RETURN!"
University. Ave (i.fr.153-tl) Genesis :3:19 Is that a "myth". "what fools these mortals be!"

Consider the following truths of God, not myths, all you who are in the
embrace and grasp of DEATH! God has commanded His people to bear

witness, "whether any hear, or whether any forbear!" It is no myth but God's
d@OO Truth that God took Enoch to Heaven without dying and going into the grave! -
It is but the Truth of God that lie
no myth sent a chariot and horses of fire

JEj [I down and separated Elijah from Elisha, and things of the earth, and took himto
,; heaven in a whirlwind! It is no myth but God's Truth that The Virgin mary

: conceived by The Holy Ghost and gave birth to The Lord Jesus Christ! It i I"

.' rf4r&rK '3505SW ARCHER RD.N not myth but God's Truth that Jesus Christ arose literally out of the grave on

.,, the third day, and about 40 days later while talking to His disciples, they
;J f "., .. 377-0948 beheld Him arise from the earth and ascend towards heaven until a cloud hid

r:.;.:-.- | Open 10am 8 pm daily Him out of their sight. >

B Si f \ Sunday 2 4 If>ou believe these things to be myths, in God's Name, why don't you resign

,. ... ,rfJt I We handle special orders.A and get out of the Church of-The Lord Jesus Christ, if you ever joined? Have
_. 1.r. >ou no integrity'? Are lOU remaining in the pulpit or pew to straighten out The

Friendly Produce Market Just for YOU Lord"God Omnipotent? Jesus Christ said, "I am the Way, The Truth, and The
Life. They' who reject Him as such are condemned to eternal blindness

Western Lettuce Large Heads 29< each darkness and death. \W predict from what is written in God's Word you wili

Vine Ripe North Carolina Tomatoes 39t{ lb. be much better off on the outside than on the inside! Do not hypocritically use

Large Brown Eggs 694 Doz. His :>ame until the time when lie comes and hurls you out! In the song God
Ruby Red Grapefruit 2.254 taught :\Iolles.lle speaks of "The Lo"estllem"! Deut32:22.:

lar'l' selection of other vine fruits & vegetables "For if*e would judge ourselves, v e should not be judged." lM Corinthian
11 :::11.

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UF basketball player with a rule made by
Kedshirtcd at U f. with the
Norman (Bruno)Caldwell has basketball coach John Lotz.

been dropped from The rule stated that any playeron same left However amount Caldwcll of eligibility choseto
!scholarship! and will not play basketball !scholarship will
transfer and he said he will
further for the Gators. not be allowed to go to
enter in
a college or near
Caldwell was dropped from summer !school unless he has Florida.
scholarship in accordance made every possible effort to
--_ .. ._- maintain a passing average CALDWELL A
during the regular year. sophomore last year, was
IF THE athlete feels he is second in the nation in free

er struggling in a course he'is throw percentage last season
4y afforded a chance for tutoringaid with an !89 per cent average

1 in that course. If athletes and also served as the Gators' .,.' .
fail they are judged individually playmaker. leading the teamin .d T' pf

as to whether a real assists.

effort was made. He came off an ankle injury Vs 1i
Caldwell had already failed early in the !season and

two courses in the spring gradually worked his way intoa '4 :
r when he applied, to Coach starting! spot. He averagedover
Lotz for tutoring following the 15 points per game.
end of the quarter.
The Gators will look to
Caldwell who could not be returning lettermen Mike 1

V reached for comment plansto "Lederman. Don Bostic, Bob
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transfer to another school Lindsay Jerry Moore, and -

\V- next year sit out one year and Greg Armstrong to take up .
then complete his two the slack in the backcourt.

COACH JOHN LOTZ remaining years of eligibility. Lederman and Bostic saw a CALDWELL GOES UP FOR SHOT AGAINST GEORGIA I

I .enforces summer rule Caldwell would have to wait great deal of action last year .plans on transferring to a school in or near Florida
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UFsoccer players support their own habit



By ROB DONALD was created in 1953.
., sb Alligator Sports Writer Eley credits Intramural coach Alan Moore
for much of the club's success. Moore has
Did you know some UF football players must
coached the club in the ,
past a job now
pay for their own equipment and transportation
ar ? handled by Eley.
1 The real credit for the program's success,
Blame semantics, not the recession. These
however, to the players themselves,
belongs
students play real football, known as soccer in
who almost total financial
provide support.
the United States.
Carlos Eros coach of the LASC, noted his
WITH THE EXCEPTION of an occasionalsoccer
team receives no aid from the university. "We
ball or use of the athletic van the
are entirely supported by our own members.
University provides virtually no funds for
This makes it hard to plan games. We are
students who wish to play the most popular "
hoping to find a sponsor.
sport in the world.
No interest here, you say? The UF Intramural The major difficulty involved is in travel
Soccer Club attracted 80 hopefulslast expenses. Team members' must pay food,
year. lodging and gas, in addition to providing their

With overcrowding a definite problem, the own transportation.Since .
Latin American Soccer Club (LASC) was finding reasonable competition can

formed this year to allow more people to necessitate traveling to such places as Tampa .,.).'
participate. Georgia and even Alabama, expenses can be
OTHER SPORTS attracting limited significant. Also, many teams are reluctant to
numbers of competitiors and spectators, suchas come to Gainesville'to play if some sort of
tennis and golf, have fared very well accomodations are not provided.
financially compared to soccer. Despite the problems both teams continue
Though the players themselves must their efforts. During the summer the UF
finance the program, both the UF Intramuraland 1 Intramural Club practices Tuesdays and
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? ? photo by |lo.fclpp.rOF Latin American Soccer Cubs are experimenting Thursdays, while the LASC meets Mondaysand
successfully with fielding two Wednesdays. Both teams practice on
INTRAMURAL SOCCER CLUB MEMBER (FOREGROUND) COMPLETES PASS teams. Saturdays.All .

against Latin American team According to Robert Eley UF Intramural practices are at 5:30 p.m. and accordingto
Soccer Club president.and left wing, the club both coaches everyone is welcome.



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Alligator Sports Writer to play that night in Acapulco Hernandez said "In {the Hernandez is as interestingoff
The atmosphere in the in 1965 when he played his fronton it doesn't matter how the court as on. Getting "
Fronton was tense as team first professional game, and big you are." "Where the along with the rest of the '?,.
six Hernandez and Mondra the grueling practice nights in other players use their size, I players is important to him,
entered the court. between. must use my wits." and he engages in other
The serve and Hernandez Hernandez was born in His favorite shot is the activities with his team mates.
bravely takes it. The one Mexico City on October 14, Cortada a low, hard shot just "Hernandez is great at r
thought going through his 1947. He first became interested above the bottom cushion of checkers", said the players
head is, "1 can do it". in Jai-Alal by the front wall. attendant Enrique Del
His body swings. his cesta sneaking into the fronton to Many know Hernandez as Campo, "and he is usually in
arching through the air with watch the players. Now, the "Arana"or Spider for he pretty good spirits, unless he
the swiftness of lightning, as thousands, of people in is constantly reminded of the loses at cards."
he returns with a Cortada Tampa and Ocala watch him. nights in Acapulco when he When a jai-alai victory is ..Rtr
shotleading his team to And bet on him. And win. climbed high up the walls to his Hernandez throws both
victory. "I can do it", he said strongly, retrieve difficult shots. arms up into the air. "This is
Later, while sitting in the "No matter what, I can win". "Spider is like my second my happiest moment" he
locker room, Hernandez Some spectators, when they name and -I like it" said said. "It is like a normal
thinks back to the first time first see Hernandez, doubt his Hernandez, "It makes me reaction. "At the end of the
he stepped onto a court when ability because of his small feel good, and want to try game I am happy."
he was just seven years old. size. ((5'5".120 Ibs.) Most of harder when the audience "There is some incentive" ,
He thinks about the ten the other players are forty to screams 'Come on Spider explained Marty Fleishman, a +'k 8a
I the public relations man for S

---i--:ir1 the"Players Ocala Jai-Alai receive fronton.fifteen.

dollars to win nine dollars to
place, and six dollars when
their team shows."
Keeping this in mind
Hernandez will earn close to
$18,000 annually for playingin
Ocala and Tampa.
Because of his versatility,
"Spider" usually gets placed
with many different partnersa
night. "I have no
preference" he said, "I like
them all, just as long"as we
win,"
Yet many spectators are
not aware of how hard it is to
win. And along with winningis
the pain that accompanieseach

-game. .
5
r, s ?; 1I 1Is.r Blood spilled from an
'
elbow that he injured in the r s 'rE 3 + i
seventh,game; but Hernandez
just smiled and kidded
around. "It is the business"he
said with a gentle laugh.
Spider does not think his -i o'..... '1aA&
career will last ten more years. photo by bob wool
so in planning for his

........ ,, .. retirement, he has taken two
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photo by bob wool open his own T.V. repair ..11'I! must use my wits
I HERNANDEZ POSITIONS HIMSELF FOR RETURN SHOT shop.In.
.one of the smallest players at Ocala Acapulco, of course.

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about con-
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brought them? the' one man-one
Detroit Tiger and also seems to
Ralph Houk faces million ballots cast
charges filed by .
writer Phil Hersh.
writer Bob Ryan says
hit by Red Sox' Doug OF the stacks
after writing of ballots ready for
about Griffin's in minor league
Dallas writer James as well as retail
was banned from the the nation
clubhouse a ballot mailed
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reporting some to every
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Jeff Burroughs. The
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Larry Calton was the it, those that don't
some shoving by the it away with other
catcher Danny Walton.it have no use for. One
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expect writers and neighbors but
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Department has announced a -
change in its allocation of musical Instruments too. Beautiful becauseof

student seats for the up. their quality I and at a price that you can
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Student Bloc seating will:! be 01 afford.Our

reducedto 27.1 per cent,
consistent with last year's 27
ever-expanding music department offers
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per cent participation.Student .
season ticket seatingwill 0 .: a i large variety of famous brands to choose from.

be increased to 14.3 per Select from our Yamaha Alverez. Aria, Fender,
cent,independent seatingwill .:'
Gibson Martin and accessories
guitars
be upped to 52.4 per cent ;
of the total seats. Iectro'Volce'Shure, AKG, Turner or Beyer

This approximates the use r microphones; Hohner harmonicas and keyboards or
last. year of student seating
fac'lities. The Athletic r s how about an Arp snythesizer.
Department also announcedthat

student season ticket And we have morel! Like percussion and band Instruments,
sales are more than 7 .v
cent over up same time last year.per banjos recorders sound mixers more than we can menti'onhere.

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