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Albert Collie's two week stay in a 20 x 30 foot tent with 13
other men has stretched to two months.
Collie is one of 274 inmates at the Reception and Medical
'> < M" Ir IrIlk IrR Center-Transient Unit (RMC-TU) popularly known as "tent
R city," on the grounds of Florida State Prison formerly
Raiford.
The RMC-TU is a temporary holding place for minimumand
medium security prisoners awaiting transfer to permanent
institutions. Florida State Prison is the largest,state
prison with a capacity of 1500.
COLLIE'S"CELL" is a National Guard cot inside a leaky,
olive green tent where the temperature reaches the 100's
during the searing summer afternoons and floods during the
frequent showers of Central Florida.He .
has seen the population of "tent city" grow from an
original 96 to its present: population. He has seen the tension
44a among prisoners and guards rise along with the temperature
outside his' tent.
"There's been a lot more tension here because of the longer
stay than was normally supposed to be," he said. "We were
told coming over here that we'd be here no longer than two or

photol.by John moron MORASS OF MUD

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SCUBA DYNAMICS


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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI in the study was found on page 13, Bryan H,
Alligator Staff Writer said.THE STARTWGMY27
PARAGRAPH STATES that UF and ENDS BEFORE FINALS
Florida State University (FSU) will "serve as
Will UP be the "Flagship University" or centers for advanced graduate and
provided:
just Another boat in the fleet? professional studies." Equipment
The sequel to the Comprehensive The revised role and scope study will be
Development Plan (CODE I 1)) will determinethis used to prevent unnecessary duplication of MASK o FINS s SNORKEL o B.C.

The and CODE more.I will "re-examine and redefinethe i WETSUIT o TANK REGULATOR 0 AIR TEXTBOOK
roles of each of the nine univesrsities in 'One main university

the university system, but beyond that we would be elitist' International Basic: Certification by Professional Association
don't know where we're going or how we're
of Diving Instructors
going about it," Dr.Joseph Stafford, assistantto
-Bob
Burton Brown
the chancellor said.
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Stafford and Charles Reed,a representativefrom
the Department of Education, visited services within the university system, and will 1 : :
UF last week to obtain input from faculty, be more specific in determing where new 1 OFF1 1
administrators, and students on UF's role in programs will be added Stafford said. $
the state education system. The first study was only "a master plan" 1 11 1
THE VISIT WAS ONE of several Staffordand which could constantly be revised then-SUS
Reed made to each of the nine state Vice Chancellor Allan Tucker said. 1

universities as part of their fact-gathering Deans from each UF college were recently I Offer Expires Friday, July 25 at 7 pm 1 1
mission.No asked for their opinion from Stafford con
date has been set for completion of the cerning UF's role among the other state L---------------COUPON--------------J
study, Stafford said. universities.Arts .
Stafford said UF's "role and scope" would and Science College dean Dr. C.A.
include the programs and activities that VanderWerf said every state should have "at 3009 N.E. 20th Way 3778096I
should be available at UF and the type of least one university that has the resources to
student UF should serve. attract gifted students."

The first role and scope study in 1969 A university that offerred diverse ,
proved to be a disappointment *t least to educational programs would reduce the
one UF administrator. "brain drain"students, leaving the state to
THE STUDY WAS "so highlygeneralized" study elsewhere.VanderWerf said,adding the
o When You Think of Diamonds
that UF could not make any "brain drain" of gifted students is "a
I requests to the state legislature for special hallmark of this state". Think
funds to finance new programs, UF Vice However. University College dean Bob
President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan Burton Brown called the creation of one or
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two multi-resourced: universities "elitist.
said.The
study outlined the need for additional One or two universities that catered to the
programs in the State University System,but "gifted" student would prohibit "less than j'
did not specify which universities should add gifted" students from attending universities
the programs he said. that offer many diverse programs. Brown I
The only specific statement concerning UF said.
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i Brothers charged with scalping


tickets to Rolling Stones concertALLEN


AND JERRY an offense for any UF r
the $10 tickets for $20.
OSBRACII, two Miami SCALPING is a second student to resell or attemptto
resell for a price more
men were charged with degree misdemeanor
than that which the
fraud by the Alachua punishable by 60 days in "
County Sheriffs Depart jail and a $500 fine or original seller charged.
ment tor scalping ticketsto both. Or the violator couldbe any 'ticket to" any UF
the Rolling Stones ordered to pay a fine related activity.
Concert last week, a that was double his illegal OFFENDERS must go
before the UF
Student
spokesmen for the gain or the victim's loss.
Conduct Committee
SnernffsDepartment said. Scalping tickets to UF Byron
Peterson, UF Honor Court
The brothers were events is also in violationof
Chancellor,said. As far
arrested by an Alachua the UF Honor Code. as
County Sheriffs investigator The Student Body Con he knows. UF has never
.
after they sold stitution says, "It shall be had a case of scalping, .C ...
Peterson said. THERE'S MORE TO A DIAMOND THAN DAZZLE,

True diamond quality is determined by

four factors. CARAT weight..which denotes size ,"
,and not the quality of the diamond.

This is it CUT,.,>brings out the fire and sparkle. I
COLOR..,captures the spectrum of the rainbow.
And CLARITY We'll be happy to explain

The NewFketwood all these factors.,come "C' for yourself.

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377.1040'eOngina1. A&WSOJBANA' Donation provides initial funding


,.' returns as for proposed mass seating facility

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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI I
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Delivery Alligator Staff WriterA -

- -_ 't of the freestsandwiches $10,000 donation from "1 1"'j "1.9 'J". .'> I:, t I

& the Foundation puts plans
for UF's proposed mass 'More millionaires die in the state
t. submarines h town. seating facility well underway.. ,i>
of Florida than In other state'Robert
any
UF President Robert Q.
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Marston, who was i
FRI-9 am-8 pm SAT9 am-2 pm vacationing in Virginia, said s::4"
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from a, state wide student
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D D building to UF.
Marston allocated $10,000 Marston said adding he theater for the performing mass seating facility and
from the foundation to the "feels confident" the money arts,and an indoor swimming should last "no longer than
Committee on the Mass 'can be obtained through complex !Is estimated at the end of the summer."
Seating Facility to cover the privated sources.A approximately $21 million. Roberts said.
cost of site visits and initial committee was formed Marston said he plans to After the programmingstage
0 architectural sketches, last week by Student Body obtain the additional S7 is completed and the ,
The $10,000 was donated to President Jim Eaton to million needed to build the $14 million is allocated, the
the Foundation to be used determine student opinion facility from "private architect for the mass seating
FRIDAY / specifically mass seating, toward the mass seating sources" throughout the facilty must be approved by
facility pruject, Marston said. facility. country. the state Department of
THE MASS SEATING Committee member Laura "MORE MILLIONAIRES General Services.
$3. O STAG FACILTY planning committee Blackmon, 1LW, said the DIE in the state 'of Florida Three architectural stages
AG'E will meet next week to committee is currently than in any state in the union must be reviewed and approved -
6.O D discuss plans for the .$10,000 collecting information on the these millionaires leave by the Regents before
donation, committee mass seating facilty and '"in money in their wills to such the facility is built. Roberts
: DscwN rI chairman Dr. Kenneth Finger all probability" student state institutions as ours," said.
I .f 3.50" .... ,said.The surveys concerning the facilitywill Marston said.
L19Cr1C '5S ROCS Regents will decide on be conducted in the fall. Plans for site 'development THE THREE STAGES
D+..trJlWizs aa.C.evCatf the allocation in September. IN A RECENT and architectural renderingsare 'INCLUDE the "schematics
) Marston said he plans' to ALLIGATOR SURVEY 56.5 scheduled for fall quarter, stage" which shows the
ask Student Government per cent of those surveyed once the Regents allocate the development of the facility
September for $100,000 from believed the $14 million UF $14 million. through single-line drawings
their reserve fund to help may receive from surplus Plans for the UF mass the "design development
DANCE CONTEST! COSTUME PRIZES!
cover the $200,000 cost of site student building fund seating facility are currentlyin stage" which describes the
plannings and architectural reserves should be spent on the "programming stage," facility in detail and the
renderings if the $14 millionis academic' buildings rather UF planning consultant "bidding document stage,"
PODROME 4 allocated to UF. than an activities center. Carlton Roberts said. which includes the for |
TilE REMAINING The entire costs for the The programming stage, mutation! of a legal document |
THEATRE $100,000 needed to cover the entire mass seating facility includes the formulation of a describing the purpose of the
I 154O 'N.W 53SB AVENUE planning costs will come from which would include a 12- written document describingthe facility used in bidding for the
"caJ JfflPP "/ private contributions, 14,000 seat coliseum, a use of space within the contract, he said.

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us on the goddam ride!
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Note: Sent to
search of a story, our intrepid reporter Sharon P.S. No 7-11 Food Spot! How do they

Alford filed the following reports. expect you to get a beer around here?
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\' DEAR BOSS, BOSS -
Here we are, fresh and alive, ready to seeAmerica's Mouse
Just caught Mickey shooting
carnival: up
answer to the back street
Castle.
behind Cinderella's Another
Outofthisworld.We .
Anotherworld,
Disneyworld childhood fantasy destroyed. Perhapsthe
parked in Pluto next to a Winnebago rodent is a diabetic.
trom Michigan and an Eldorado from Miami Sharon
'Doo-Dah! Doo-Dah! The old football

fighting spirit came to fore as we kicked our but P.S. Still no beer. What kind of place is this?
way onto the tram, edging out a charming
brutal family of five. Only two stitches were
required to close the wound on my shin. DEAR BOS, .
Onward to the Magic Kingdom! The monsoon spares not the Magic
Sincerely yours, Kingdom. Hopefully, it will clear up shortly,
Sharon and we will no longer be captives of the

DEAR BOSS, Welchade stand. Did you know that Snow
White is oddly absent from "Snow White's

t Hokus. Pokus, Dominokus, the Magic Scary Adventures" ride? They might fool
I Kingdom makes your money disappear! these insipid six-year-olds, but as a qualified
Someone has to pay Cinderella's rent. These Disney vet, I know when I'm being ripped-off.

Florida swamplands don't come cheap, you Huffingly yours,
know. You must come to Disneyworld and Sharon
stroll down Mainstreet, U.S.A. It embodiesthe DEAR BOSS,
true spirit of what this country is all Sloshing our way across Liberty Square, we
about: a 12-hour Doorbuster Sale at Sears. decided that rain was best watched from i
Disenchantedly yours, distance and preferably through the end of i
Sharon cocktail glass. Polynesian Village Hotel, here

DEAREST BOSS, we come!

So there we were waiting and standing;, Love,
standing and waiting for a space ride Sharon
which almost guaranteed heart failure or at
the very least,nauseum when someone DEAR MR. BOSS.A .
yelled out, "May I have your attention little advice: Never attempt to see the
please! May I have your attention! 'We all Haunted Mansion after three Navy Grog rum
turned to face some joker in a rumpled fishinghat drinks unless you enjoy upchucking in the
who after baiting us simply said "Thank graveyard. After a hectic, wet day we're on
you." Ha. Ha. Ha. How'd you like a lure up our way home,if we can find A) the bathroom

your nose,buddy? Our temper tolerance level and B) the car. Gainesville's north of
was running low. Entering Space Mountainwas Orlando right?
like taking a guided tour of an RCA Respectfully yours
appliance store. Spare the commericals; just Sharon
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-WIIAT'S HAPPENING-
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By HELEN WHELAN Hall. For more information call Mark Robitaille at J76-9S7S.( 3776453.
Alligator Staff Writer MEDITATION The Divine Light Club is sponsoring a free SUMMER AND SMOKEt The Florida Players will present
FLYING The UF and Charter Air Service wants interested informative seminar on the meditation revealed by the Guru "Summer and Smoke" at 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday in the
persons to start a student flying club after noon throughoutthe Maharaj Ji tonight from 7:30-9:30: : p.m. in room 355 of the J. Constans Theatre. For further information call the Constans
summer. For further information contact Bob Schaeberleat Wayne Reitz: Union. Call Greg or Chuck at 376-7495 for Box Office at 3921653.

495-9929. more information. BACKYARD A night out in the backyard for parents and
GRASSROOTS Students interested in a student attitude ENVIRONMENT The Environmental Action Group will children sponsored by UF Early Childhood Education Projectand
survey will meet Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. in room 361 of meet in room 347 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union Wednesday Division of Continuing Education will take place tonightat
the J. Wayne. Reitz Union. Contact Sylvia at 373-9855 or night at 7:30 p.m. For further information call 3921635. 7:30: p.m. on 8508 NW 6th Avenue. Admission is $2 and
Ilene at 378-9728 for further information. ECK'SATSANGt The Gainesville ECK-Satsang Society will reservations are necessary. For further information call
COLLEGE COUNCIL The Board of College Councils will present an introductory talk tonight at 7:30 p.m. in room 361 Buddy Fish at 376-0705, Dr. A.B. Packer at 392-2327 or Joe
meet Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. in room 1031 of McCarty of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further information call Sheppard at 378-9752 for further information.



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By JOSE SARIEGO $92,315, according to Ken Peet, business SENATORS had expressed displeasureat
Alligator Staff Writer manager of CDS. funding a program if its services were
Survival that is the question facing The CDS's financial situation is just one offered elsewhere.
the Corner Drug Store,as it awaits Senate example of the conflicting reports in the However cabinet member Laura
action on a bill to give $11,680 in student controversy over funding. McDonald said the duplication was not
activity funds to the program. ANOTHER is that CDS estimates 60 .L un_;; .1.:.:..u.._. -- "--
,On July 8, the Senate approved" the per cent of their clients are college "It isn't duplication because you need a JOHN CREECH
funding on first reading by a 27.12 students while Collins charges the figureis service people feel comfortable with," she ..hosslfr. service
margin. only 15 per cent., said.PEOPLE
HOWEVER, last Tuesday, amidst "That's what this issue is all about," who use CDS say they like the office.
mounting pressure against ,the bill the Creech said. fact that CDS does not ask a lot of Creech said the reports were old and
senators voted 34-15 to send the bill backto But he said he could not give any questions about their clients McDonald inaccurate.
the Activity and Service Fee Advisory definite figures because of the CDS policyof said.' Collins also said that more than 50 per
Committee for further study. "hassle-free" service. Creech said confidentiality is one reason cent of the CDS budget goes to paying
The committee will be sorting through .CDS policy is to ask as few questions as he was reluctant to accept county funds for employes. '
conflicting information about how many possible of their clients. No records are the project. He said the county would According to Peet $56.935 of the CDS
UP students actually use CDS and how kept to show what percentage of their require reports which would destroy the budget goes to pay salaries.
many services are duplicated.John clients are UF students. confidentiality,of the program. CLINE SAID the bill would appear
Creech, director of CDS said he Student Body President Jim Eaton who ASFAC MEMBER Sue Cline expressed before the senate even if it receives a
may be able to keep the program going threatened to veto the bill, said he was concern about setting a precedent in negative committee recommendationbecause
during the summer without student funds concerned about funding the CDS on a funding off-campus: organizations. of the interest several senators
but not this coming year. continuing basis. She said there was a fear that any off- ,have shown in the issue.
CDS RECENTLY LOST a $35,000 non. He said he wanted to be better informed campus organization which caters to UF But even if favorably recommended: by
renewable federal Law Enforcement 'about the facts in the controversy, and students would be. seeking funds from ASF AC, approved by the senate and
Assistance Administration grant. Creech hoped ASFAC would straighten thingsout. ASFAC. signed by Eaton the final disposition of
hopes to use the student funds to make up She said there was a fear that any otTo the bill would depend on UFs ad
for the loss.However. THERE IS also the issue of duplicated campus organization which caters to UF ministration.
Student Senator Charles services. students would be seeking funds from Executive Vice President Harold
Collins, who made report unfavorable to The one exclusive CDS service is free ASFAC if the bill is approved. Hanson said he would not subsidize a
the bill at the meeting, claims the SI 1,000 drug analysis. Another problem is what Collins calls program that did not help the overall
would constitute only 10 per cent of the All other services: offered by the CDS are the "excessive secrecy" of CDS. student body.
CDS budget and would not force them out also offered by the Infirmary: the HE SAID CREECH told the senate He said the actions of the senate would
of business if ,they did not receive the Woman's Health Clinic the Family there were no financial reports for the past weigh heavily in the administration's
funds. Planning Center or the County Health year on CDS,but Collins found the reports decision, but that it would not commit
The CDS budget for the coming year is _Department.! ____ ____ filed with the Gainesville United Way them to'support the bill.*

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Alford filed the following reports. expect you to get a beer around here?
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DEAR BOSS, BOSS -
fresh and alive, ready to seeAmerica's
Here we are
Just caught Mickey Mouse shooting
answer to the back street carnival: up
behind Cinderella's Castle. Another
Anotherworld Outofthisworld.
Disneyworld, childhood fantasy. destroyed. Perhapsthe
We parked in Pluto next to a Winnebagofrom diabetic.
rodent is a
Michigan and an Eldorado from Miami
Sharon
Doo-Dah! Doo-Dahl! The old football
to fore as we kicked our
fighting spirit came but P.S. Still no beer. What kind of place is this?
way onto the tram, edging out a charming
brutal family of five. Only two stitches were
required to close the wound on my shin. DEAR BOSS,
Onward to the Magic Kingdom! The monsoon spares not the Magic
Sincerely yours, Kingdom. Hopefully it will clear up shortly,
Sharon and we will no longer be captives of the

DEAR BOSS, Welchade stand. Did you know that Snow
White is oddly absent from "Snow White's

i', Hokus, Pokus, Dominokus the Magic Scary Adventures" ride? They might fool
Kingdom makes your money disappearl! these insipid six-year-olds, but as a qualified
Someone has to pay Cinderella's rent. These Disney vet I know when I'm being ripped-off.

I Florida swamplands don't come cheap you Huffingly yours,
know. You must come to Disneyworld and Sharon
stroll down Mainstreet U.S.A. It embodiesthe DEAR BOSS,
true spirit of what this country is all Sloshing our way across Liberty Square, we
about: a 12-hour Doorbuster Sale at Sears. decided that rain was best watched from i
Disenchantedly yours, distance and preferably through the end oft
Sharon cocktail glass. Polynesian Village Hotel, here

DEAREST BOSS, we come I
So there we were waiting and standing; Love,
standing and waiting for a space ride Sharon
which almost guaranteed heart failure or at
the very least' nauseum when someone DEAR MR. BOSS.A .

yelled out, "May I have your attention, little advice: Never attempt to see the
pleasel! May I have your attention!I" We all Haunted Mansion after three Navy Grog rum
turned to face some joker in a rumpled fishinghat drinks unless you enjoy upchucking in the
who after baiting us simply said "Thankyou. graveyard. After a hectic wet day we're on
." Ha. Ha. Ha. How'd you like a lure up our way home if we can find A) the bathroom

your nose,buddy? Our temper tolerance level and B) the car. Gainesville's north of
was running low. Entering Space Mountainwas Orlando right?
like taking a guided tour of an RCA ReSpectfully yours
appliance store. Spare the commericals; just Sharon
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By HELEN WHELAN For more information call Mark Kobitaille at J76.1J:>1;). 377-6453.
Alligator Staff Writer MEDITATION The Divine Light Club is sponsoring a free SUMMER AND SMOKE The Florida Players will present
FLYING The UF and Charter Air Service wants interested informative seminar on the meditation revealed by the Guru "Summer and Smoke" at 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday in the
persons to start a student flying club after noon throughoutthe Maharaj Ji tonight from 7:30-9:30: p.m. in room 355 of the J. Constans Theatre. For further information call the Constans
summer. For further information contact Bob Schaeberleat Wayne Reitz: Union. Call Greg or Chuck at 376-7495 for Box Office at 3921653.

495-9929. more information. BACKYARDs A night out in the backyard for parents and
GRASSROOTS Students interested in a student attitude ENVIRONMENT The Environmental Action Group will children sponsored by UF Early Childhood Education Project
survey will meet Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. in room 361 of meet in room 347 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union Wednesday and Division of Continuing Education will take place tonightat
the J. Wayne. Reitz Union. Contact Sylvia at 373-9855 or night at 7:30 p.m. For further information call 3921635. 7:30: p.m. on 8508 NW 6th Avenue. Admission is S2 and
Ilene at 378.9728 tor further information. ECK-SATSANGi The Gainesville ECK-Satsang Society will reservations are necessary. For further information call
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$92,315, according to Ken Peet, business SENATORS had expressed displeasureat
Alligator Staff Writer manager of CDS. funding a program if its services were II ia
Survival that is the question facing The CDS's financial situation is just one offered elsewhere.
the Corner Drug Store,as it awaits Senate example of the conflicting reports in the However cabinet member Laura I
action on a bill to give $11,680 in student controversy over funding. McDonald said the duplication was not
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activity funds to the a. r 11I' a. "':
program. ANOTHER is that CDS estimates'60per the issue.
On July 8. the Senate approved" the cent of their clients ,are college "It isn't duplication because you need a JOHN CREECH
funding on first reading by a 27.12 students while Collins charges the figureis service people feel comfortable with," she .hossl -f re service
margin. only 15 per cent., said.PEOPLE
HOWEVER, last Tuesday amidst "That's what this Issue is all about" who use CDS say they like the office.
mounting pressure against the bill, the Creech said. fact 'that CDS does not ask a lot of Creech said the reports were old and
senators voted 34-15 to send the bill backto But he said he could not give any questions about their clients McDonald inaccurate.
the Activity and Service Fee ,Advisory definite figures because of the CDS policyof said.' Collins also said that more than 50 per
Committee for further study. "hassle-free" service. Creech said confidentiality is one reason cent of the CDS budget goes to paying
The committee will be sorting through .CDS policy is to ask as few questions as he was reluctant to accept county funds for .
conflicting information about how many possible of their clients. No records are the project. He said the county would According to Peet $56,935 of the CDS
UP students actually use CDS and how kept to show what percentage of their require reports which would destroy the budget goes to pay salaries.
many services are duplicated. clients are UF students. confidentiality>> of the program. CLINE SAID the bill would appear
John Creech director of CDS said he Student Body President Jim Eaton who ASFAC MEMBER Sue Cline expressed before the senate even if it receives a
may be able to keep the program going threatened to veto the bill, said he was concern about setting a precedent in negative committee recommendationbecause
during the summer without student funds concerned about funding the CDS on a funding off-campus organizations. of the interest several senators
but not this coming year. continuing basis. She said there was a fear that any off- have shown in the issue.
CDS RECENTLY LOST > $35,000 non- He said he wanted to be better informed campus organization which caters to UF But even if favorably recommended by
renewable federal Law Enforcement 'about the facts in the controversy and students would be seeking funds from ASFAC, approved by the senate and
Assistance Administration grant. Creech hoped ASFAC would straighten things ASFAC. signed by Eaton, the final disposition of \
hopes to use the student funds to make up out. She said there was a fear that any off- the bill would depend on UFs ad
for the loss.However THERE IS also the issue of duplicated campus organization which eaten to UF ministration.
Student Senator Charles services. students would be seeking funds from Executive Vice President Harold
Collins who made a report unfavorable to The one exclusive CDS service is free ASFAC if the bill is approved. Hanson said he would not subsidize a
the bill at the meeting claims the SI 1,000 drug analysis. Another problem is what Collins calls program that did not help the overall
would constitute only 10 per cent of the All other services offered by the CDS are the "excessive secrecy" of CDS. student body.
CDS budget and would not force them out also offered by the Infirmary: the HE SAID CREECH told the senate He said the actions of the senate would
of business if ,they did not receive the Woman's Health Clinic the Family there were no financial reports for the past weigh heavily in the administration's
funds. Planning Center or the County Health year on CDS but Collins found the reports decision, but that it would not commit
The CDS budget for the coming year is Department. filed with the Gainesville United Way them to'support the bill.*

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Alligator Staff Writer clean the melody pure.
The )transition is astounding, one minute plwa

The lights are dim in the rough paneled you're scarfing beer in a medium sized college
pub as the bartender engages in a hotly town but when the down home music gets

contested game of ,cribbage with ,a barely. rolling and it transports the city cwellers to-
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Located on West University Avenue, mountains.
Anthony's has a reputation for .bringing in e U' a s
,ome of the hottest pickers around, in ads }

tit n ion town.to"having "the best jukebox and graffiti [Arts ReviewHENRY J

THE JUKE BOX plays a mournful Hank I
Williams song as the customers mill around
ie bar awaiting Red and Murphy, three
kers led by Red Henry reputed to be one TAKES the first solo on his worn
the hottest bluegrass musicians in North Martin six-string guitar picking as if he has
rida. 10 fingers on his left hand rather than five.

\bout two beers after 9:30: p.m. the pickers As Henry picks his last note, Murphy takes
ble in laden with guitars a banjo an over, nimbly working the banjo into a countermelody
right bass fiddles a mandolin, and a .
.iple public address
) system. The solo goes back to Henry and he
(here is no mistaking Henry, a gangly '
finished the piece with a flourish.
loot-three with a shock of carrot red haird
an easy swinging gait that says "good old THE TONE is thus set for the rest of the
y" louder than he could shout it. evening as Red and company guide the photo by John moron
JED'S WIFE MURPHY a short brown audience through three sets of hot bluegrassas RED HENRY
ired woman who might reach his navel if polished and refined as any of the big name ?. .hottest plckin' around

wore heels, breaks out a gold-plated banjoI 'professionals.' Between numbers he spins yarns about the .and said he thinks he has found an appreciative
I tunesup- with her sister Aren. the bass Henry displays versatility fiddling his way origins-and writers of the tunes with. a subtle audience in.Gainesville.
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t>s of the bass. Special") and dazzling the audience with his come back the next night; that hell have trying to find a good audience but we never
Once tuned, three feet begin :tapping and mandolin picking on "Riding that Midnight some new material. did so we came down here and it looks like
gers fly over the strings. Suddenly the place Train." Packing up his instruments Henry,smiled we're gonna stay." he drawled.




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,)' ..., Alligator Staff Writer MENTS by Dragstedt are the University of Chicago.
'1 the discovery of a hormone Dragstedt was named
By JOSE SARIEGO .Y lipociac produced by the head of physiology and
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, Alligator Staff Writer ,< 3 t, A sixth floor library in pancreas and the origin of pharmacology at Nor-
..' the J. Hillis Miller Health nervous peptic ulcer. thwestern University in
'''' .. ./' .,. 6 Center will be named after Pfaff said Dragstedt 1923. He returned to the

The UF Student Senate last week passed a ." ...". .. <11<"" the late Dr. Lester R. continued his research on University of Chicago and
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bill designed to increase attendance at its "' .,. ,. Dragstedt who died of a peptic ulcers until his taught from 1925 until
meetings. heart attack Wednesday death. 1959.
Under Tire by Student Body President Jim _"" _w" __._.. morning in his Michigan "He was extremely HE CAME TO UF in

Eaton because of decreasing attendance the JIM EATON summer home. intrested in the peptic 1960.
senate lowered the number of absences beforea UF surgry professor Dr. ulcer and was looking for "The man was the
senator is expelled from three and a half to threatens veto William Pfaff said the cures for other formes of author of hundreds upon

/three. Usually, SGP curtails most of its activities library will be named after the ulcer" Pfaff. ex- hundreds of surgical

THE SENATE TAKES two roll calls: one during summer quarters Dragstedt in fall quarter plained.The articles" Pfaff said.
at the beginning of meetings and one at the HOWEVER, AS A RESULT of a memorial service becauseof vagotomy is only a Dradstedt is survived by
end. Missing either constitutes a half an Presidential Task Force on Summer his contribution to cure for one type of peptic his wife Gladys of
absence. Enrollment recommendation SGP will use medical science. ulcer. Gainesville two sons two

The bill allows only two absences before a the money to bring groups to campus this "Hopefully the librarywill The 81-year-old daughters and 13 grand- ,
senator is placed on probation a reduction of summer and next summer as an incentive so be completed some researcher accumulated children. ,
one-half an absence.A students will attend summer quarters. time during fall quarter" nearly a'hundred national "He was not only

senator with two absences will be notifiedby Allocated $9,970 to fully fund the Florida Pfaff said. and international awards outstanding for his
the Senate's Internal Affairs Committeethat Quarterly a literary magazine written by UF THE LIBRARY IS for his distinguishedservice contributions but was ,
he is on probation and has one more full students for the coming school year. DESPERATELY needed to medicine in his loved as well as a tine
absence before being'expelled. and is getting con 59 year career.DRAGSTEDT. professor and friend.
O EXTENDED THE LIFE of the Student tributions
AMENDMENT TO from ex- WAS "The man was 82-years-
COUNT any Nighttime ,Auxiliary Patrol for at least three students and interns Pfaff BORN in 1893 in
absence as a full absence was defeated old just the fact that he
more quarters by allocating $13,500 to pay for said.
because the amendment might actually AnacondaMont.. He was as productive as he
decrease attendance by not making it wor talkies.21 personnel and equipment such as walkie- Dragstedt wa..t. in* recieved his B.S.. M.S. and was is outstanding." Pfaff I

thwhile for a senator to attend the meeting if ternationaly known for Ph.D degrees from the
said.The
he knows he will have to miss one roll call. e Approved the construction of a women'stennis discovering the vagotorny, University of Chicago. He Dragstedt familyhas
Eator said he would veto the bill unless it dressing room for $16,000. a standard operation for earned his medical degreeat requested that in lieu
for e Allocated $948 to extend the hours of the cure of peptic ulcers. Rush Medical College in of flowers.contributions
provided only two absences before ex-
Broward Pool from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. He is also famous for 1921. medical research be madeto
plusion.But
Senate President Art Aspinwall said Sundays through Thursdays and until 1:30: being the first to seperate From 1916 to 1919 the University of

the threat of a veto should not influence the a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.The Siamese twins succesfullywith Dragstedt taught at State Chicago ,or UF through
senate's decision. $948 will go to pay the salary of the both babies living. University of Iowa. In 1920 their departments of

"We're lifeguards for the extended periods.By OTHER OUT. he became, an assistant surgery.
not going to tell Eaton how to run
his office and he shouldn't tell us how to run
ours" he said.

EATON LATER SAID he thought the bill

was better than the present system even Work overload burdens workers
;
though he wanted more stringent measures.In .
other action last week the senate:
e Allocated 55,000 to Student Government
Productions (SGP) to bring more en- needed typists can not be foundhave

tertainment to campus in the summer to
attract students.

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LINDA WISNIEWSKI The Office of Academic Affairs cannot find loaned a total of four secretaries to the

Alligator Staff Writer enough qualified typists because the type of Academic Affairs office to take up the slack.

READER'S: While long lines form in front of unemployment people normally hired for such work are not The secretaries are working after office
in Gainesville during the summer Bryan said. hours on the APA organizational draft.
offices throughout the state. UF is
REDRESS Employes normally hired for additional All secretaries will be paid overtime and
having trouble hiring extra help this summer.
secretarial,work are "students'wives." Bryan money used to pay the additional ,help comes
In a July 17 story on an Orthodox priest The "extra help" is secretaries needed to said adding that because summer enrollment from Other Personnel Services' funds Bryan

who was starting a parish in Gainesville, The type UF's Administrative Procedures Act is lower than other quarters the student wives
Alligator incorrectly identified the Orthodox (APA) organizational draft. The revised copy are "either already hired or they're not here." said.OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES

Christian Fellowship as the organizationwhich must be submitted to the state ''attorneygeneral's Bryan said the Office of Academic Affairs FUNDS pay career service employe and ad

organized and funded the parish. otlice in Tallahassee in September ,needs "about five ofr six" typists for the next ministrative and professional employe
The Fellowship only organized the liturgyon UF Vice President for Academic Affairs three weeks to type the APA draft. salaries.

Sunday and no funding whatsoever was Robert Bryan said. 'TWO TYPISTS OUTSIDE UF have Bryan said he did not know the amount of

involved. UF MUST 'SUBMIT a copy of all already been hired but various offices within money involved in paying overtime, wages to
The story incorrectly identified the servicesas organizational rules within each of its ccllegesin : UF are loaning secretaries to help with the four secretaries and hiring two typists outside
Greek-Orjhodox when they are tor all compliance with the APA. typing Bryan said. UF because "the total amount of money is so
members of the Orthodox church. The single copy draft contains more than The UF Foundation, the Office of Student insubstantial I haven't even tried to calculate

The Alligator regrets the errors. 500 pages.ALLYOUCANEAT. Affairs, and the Office of Academic Affairs it."
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Talk isn't cheap with Dr. Robert Q. Marston. .
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When President Marston said he is committedto '-""'!.Ii

a mass seating activities: center he backed those .i-,

words up with $10,000< in private money to begin "

preliminary planning.Dr. .'

Marstods confidence is clearly showing in rt 571

this move since his commitment comes 'weeks

before the Board of Regents will even know for ..r. 1

sure whether UF will get approximately S14 aJafe&o
million from a state-wide student building fund.

Clearly Marston is a man who knows what he

wants as he adds "the burden of proof for any \

who might oppose the plan is upon those who

could convincingly say that we will never need

these type facilities."

University of South Florida President Cecil

Mackey knows what he wants too and that's a

mass seating facility. But the USF student senate

last weekput him on notice that they weren't happy

with his sense of priorities.

They came up with at least three building 'Win a Dofe1 callers astound Janis I ILast
would rather first
projects they see including a

student union a day care center and a bookstore-

textbook facility. Tuesday, I presented the "Win a Date with Janis that the men in Gainesville were so athletic.
They figured that since the money is coming Mara" contest. To my utter shock I received fifteen letters Many of them said that a fast game of handball or
from students anyway, students should have a say and ten phone calls. And the majority of them were serious. volleyball was their idea of a good time. Woe is met! I'm not
in what it will be spent for. I've never had such an arousing er. rousing response to really the athletic type. I never really learned to walk and
Of course UF's building needs aren't necessarily my column before. The phone started ringing Tuesday af chew gum at the same time.JANIS.
ternoon. Totally unprepared. I answered the phone.
USF's. We've already got a student union, and "Uh..is this Janis Mara Choke."

more bookstores than we need. But thus far. there I STARTED GIGGLING. "What's the matter?" I asked.
has been precious little student input into the "Why.you're laughing!" said my caller. "You're not like I [ MARA ]

question of how this student-generated money will pictured you at all."
be As it turned out. he was the first one to utter the Sacred

Student spent. Body President Jim Eaton has formed a' them.Words. Every single man who called me ended up saying ..IN FACT,THE MS. in front of my name doesn't stand for
"Miz." it's short for "Motor Skills" of which I have precious
committee to determine just how students would The conversations followed a pattern: First,they would ask

like that money spent. Appropriately he plans to if I was really serious. few.Anyway.. I now have something really spectacular to tell my
wait until fall quarter when the bulk of the student AFTER I SAID YES, we'd get into an ordinary-type parents when they ask me who I've been dating lately. And
body returns, before starting any student surveysor discussion. After a few minutes of friendly talking the man that's a big change from the usual state of affairs believe me.
would "You're not like I pictured at all". The Sacred
say.
hearings. Words. you As for the anonymous guy who wrote in to tell me he'd been
masturbating day in and day out since he read. "Win a Date
However Marston is already pushing full steam Well how flattering. Its just orgasmic for me to know that
with Janis". 1 have just one question for him. "Why did you
ahead this and has said he intends ask image is that of
on to my a family-jewel-gobbling mad dog ready find it necessary to tell me you are 7 EG?"
Student Government in September for $100,000 and able to break strong men's nerves with one snap of the ALL IN ALL, though the letters were mostly very nice.

in student reserve funds to help cover the cost of telephone. Only one other letter was unpIeasantThe other men generally -
I started to wonder if all the men who
were
calling picturedme
site plannings and architectural drawings. this seemed like a pretty sensitive and understanding group.
way. One thing's for sure.- if wrote in, have balls of
Since there is no way surveys and hearings can Of course these worries didn't keep mt from nearly you you
stainless steel. I think it's were
neat men
so
pretty many
be properly evaluated by September we hope flattening my roommate Alyce in my mad rush to grab the willing to stick their necks out. It's really taking a chance to
Eaton has the good sense to hang on to that phone every time it rang for the remainder of the evening. do something like this. and I wish I knew how to say "You

$100.000 until he knows what his constituentswant. really did a good thing. Thank you."

This certainly gives me a chance to view the dating scene
( OPINION ] from a different perspective. I'm to the ovariesto
We would also hate to see any money released trying get up
call the people who wrote in though the whole thing looks
until a clear commitment is secured to include
pretty off-the-wall.
students in the planning and management processof THE NEXT DAY, 1 picked up my letters from the Alligator IMAGINE THE SCENE You answer the phone and a

whatever building needs are eventually decided office. Ill never forget how it felt to hold fifteen precious voice says, "I'm Janis Mara, and you wrote in to, uh, win a
envelopes addressed to me. date with me.Gulp( ). ."
on.Talk The euphoria lasted until I home and started :
got opening Please, be kind. you're nice, hear me utter
isn't cheap with Marston. but we don'twant the letters. Alas. I've led a sheltered life. I really you may
never dreamed the sacred "
words. "You're not like I pictured at all.
to see him talking with student money just you
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I Arts Center should be included in seating facility 1



EDITOR. As one personally involved and committed to It is JOy opinion that the facility could be realistically be raised from the general public.
the cultural enrichment of our campus and community, the conceived, as Marston has suggested, as a group of in- SINCE A major public fund drive will definitely be
recent news items concerning the planned Thomas Hotel dependent buildings serving various cultural functions, as per required, all priorities must be considered and such a drive
Cultural Center and the UP mass seating facility are both the Lincoln Center complex in New York City. must not ignore the needs of the fine arts at UFo
encouraging and discouraging.We As for a formal plan, for an art gallery.the. University ALL ARTISTS by their very natures are notoriously individualistic -
here in Gainesville have a tremendous cultural Gallery prepared a design for a campus art museum over six and shy away from group effort. Now, however
potential with an outstanding reservoir of human artistic years ago and this plan is certainly available now for con- it is imperative that all artists and the legions of other in-
talent but as yet no adequate catalyst has existed to bring our sideration.One dividuals who know the value of the fine arts speak up and let
potential growth to fruition. The city's Thomas Hotel must be cautious in considering the total $21.4 million the planners know that UF must ,at last have a professionalart
Cultural Center should at last provide a modest professional amount mentioned as the price tag for the total proposed museum.and an adequate performance hall to serve the
facility for our community's fine arts groups. facility. Obviously with the S14 million financed by the campus the community and the state.
ON THE other hand the possibility of a S21.4 million dollar special state fund, a significant amount of monies ($7.4 Roy C. Craven Jr.
sports facility being planned for UFi campus seems million,one-third of the total) will necessarily be required to Director of University Gallery
grotesque and even obscene with the towering walls of Florida
Field standing basically empty with t exception of six or

seven Saturdays, throughout the year.: ', ,,
I lam. not knocking sports and 1 can certainly understand it l "
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Olympic pool, and obviously, Florida Gym is Inadequate.But --h- ','J'" ; .'.'t\i,!\: :" ----I
has anyone really taken notice how grossly inadequate
Constans Theatre, the University Gallery, and the University
,Auditorium are for the needs and hungers of our students and
citizens?
The last time the mass seating facility proposal was made
it was soundly defeated by a UF student body vote, not just
because of its suggested financial plan, but more significantly,
because there was a feeling that the athletic needs on the UF
campus were already served, and the cultural needs were not.
Now,this time like the last, there is the attempt to sugar-coat
(he "jock-palace" by including as part of its integral planninga
performing theatre potential.I'M .
SURE my colleagues in theatre and music are
cautiously hopeful to have at least a third of a loaf rather than
none but they will also admit that, from an acoustical and
aesthetical point of view, we might just be ending up- again
with an enlarged Florida gym for aesthetic performances.A .
proper symphonic hall is hard enough to design in itself
(witness the problems of Lincoln Center)without folding it out
of an echoing sports arena.
I was impressed by UF President Robert Q. Martson's
remarks, as reported in the Alligator on June 26 where he said
the "facility may not be a large structure, rather a group of
small buildings serving different purposes." Elsewhere in }
(hat same edition he further stated that ", .only two \ ..
proposals have been presented. for consideration to be on

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gallery." He further remarked ". no formal plan has been

submitted! for the art gallery." Sports columnist accused of



Florida The Independent AlligatorRick stealing opinion from magazine


EDITOR Greg Forrer's opinion column in last Thur rearrangement of some paragraphs. Nowehere does Forrer
Adclmon Gory Bolonoff sday's Alligator, entitled "Sportswriters need protection cite his reference,or even hint that any of the ideas may not be
Sports Editor Aut. N.w*Editor from athletes?", is an outright act of plagiarism. his own. '
Forrer copied, almost verbatim, an opinion column on page COMPARE FORRER'S "Undoubtedly the ranks of the
John Moron 16 of the July 19th edition of"The Sporting News" written by sportswriter have had their share of shills and hacks in the
Photo Editor that newspaper's editor, C.C. Johnson Spink, "Curb The past years. However, as with most reporters in general, the
Musclemen".. (The only changes Forrer makes in rewritingthe quality of the nation's sports reporters in general, the qualityof
column are the insertion of a few new words and the the nation's sports reporters has risen to a point far more
unbiased and conscientious than in the past." with the

I'Jl, Nfi ia aoa VMI PONT THOSE CRAZYMENTALISTS original in "TSN".
"While sportswriting has its share of irresponsible authors,
LEAVE FORD ALONE? there are probably far more conscientious reporters and
... critics on the sports beat today than once was the case."
Forrer then proceeds to copy an entire paragraph changing
only eight words. For the second half of his column Forrer

># .... ... steals from two other columns on the same page of "The
JIs.- Sporting news". If Forrer has no opinion of his own it wouldbe
better for him to find more obscure sources from which.to
steal.
Glenn T. JacksonReader's

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If only the world were honest a*that girl, l
Bareheaded on spring mornings running down
To school too young to be ashamed she'll hurl ','
A ROCK as far as any boy in town. ,.'',
Too young to mince her long legged steps,to curl. "?'
Her hair,to know just when to smile,to frown.
To lower her eyes, and sigh and play it coy ,
With her desperate love the bashful neighbor boy!"
Tony Lombardy
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fli Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday July 22, 1975.Page 11
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I Inmate: cites turmoil within system 1By I


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JOSE SAiuEGO
Being a former alcoholic Renshaw blames alcohol and
Alligator Staff Writer
drugs for creating many of the problems which bring men to
33. White, male, 5
Billy Renshaw, feet 9, 175 Ibs. Gray- prison
Tattoo on right shoulder.
white hair. "Fully 95 per cent of the people in here are in as a result, if
for armed robbery in 1962. Sentenced 10
Busted to years. not directly, then indirectly, of alcohol and drugs," he said..
Served two at Raiford State Prison, two at Prairie Road ,
Renshaw himself has had problems with both alcohol and
Camp.Released. f drugs.
on parole., Eight months later, he violated parole "My only problem with alcohol is that I can't drink it," he
and was sent back to Raiford. laughed. "I handle it real well as 'a general rule, but
ESCAPED FROM RAIFORD maximum security unit "
progressively, it 'catches up with me.
("What they call the 'Rock,") Renshaw said by tying up a HE SAID HE WOULD START by having a few social
guard and using his car to escape with two others. f 4 drinks every day but within three or four months, he would
"I 1 was a trustee then, you see, so it wasn't no miraculous
work his way up to one or two bottles of vodka a day.
escape," he said.A a Renshaw said that in his unique position, between guardsand
trustee Is a prisoner who, because of good behavior, gets inmates, he sometimes receives harassment from both
certain priviliges, such as less direct supervision. sides.

CONVICTED OF ASSAULT with intent to 'commit "There is that little bit of something there," he said. "Like
manslaughter. in 1969, he was sentenced to two more years at they call me 'captain and 'sergeant.' They yell it out of the
Raiford. Served one year and eight months. tents at me. Some do it good-naturedly, some do it with bad
Busted in 1972 for carrying a weapon by a convicted felon. intent."
Sentenced to IS more yean in Raiford. Served two years BEING OF A DIFFERENT STATUS from the transient
before being transferred to the Reception and Medical inmates of RMC-TU, Renshaw enjoys certain privileges.He .
Center-Transient Unit. (RMC-TU). lives apart from other inmates in his own,tin roofed
Billy Renshaw. Married with five children. trailer which is divided into his tiny 8 x 10 foot bedroom and a
Permanent trustee at RMC-TU in charge of maintenance. .f tool shed in the back.
Unofficial counselor to the prisoners and link between } He also is allowed to eat before the other inmates, If' 0-:
prisoners and guards."I something he says he deserved because he works most of the
BEEN HERE a long time and I watch everything," he dax while' the others do nothing. .
said. "I see things from both the free personnel's (guards) The walls of the bedroom are covered with pictures of his
standpoint and our (prisoner's) own." wife. Charlene, and his five kids two girls and three boys.
Renshaw has been at RMC-TU since it first opened two "I'VE FINALLY GOTTEN my head together" he said.
months ago. He has seen it grow from 96 brand new inmatesto "My wife and I,she's the living end as far as I'm concerned. I
274 restless cons, some of whom have been there for more never trusted anyone before in my life," Renshaw said.
than a month: "I always told myself I didn't need,anybody. But I needed
He said the problem with the unit is that the prisoners are her all the time. I needed somebody. It was her/' he added.
being held too long before being assigned to their permanent .-. He does not consider himself a criminal 'anymore."I'm .
institution.He photo by john moron an ex-con,by my way looking at it. Once a man has
also said the guard have become stricter because the WEIGHTLIFTING completed his obligation, it seems to me he should be an ex-
group has gotten too large to control with relaxed rules. .. fills the lonly hours con," Renshaw explained. .
"THERE IS A LOT TO be desired in this place" he said., legitimate" he said. "I'm sure most of them are. But it's He said he hopes to get out of prison by Christmas on a
"The food, for one leaves a lot to be desired. But you have to hard on free personnel and inmates alike. It's this overcrowded work-release program.
take into consideration that they're feeding three times the situation."A "I'LL GET OUT there and make my family happy and
normal amount of people and they haven't got that many third of the people here should not have come here in support them," he said.
more commodities. the first place, a third are ready to be out and should be out Renshaw, unlike most ex-cons, will have no trouble finding
He does not think the lack of programs for prisoners at now, and a third of them should never be released" he said. work when he gets out of prison because he belongs to a union
RMC-TU, such as work release, vocational education and Renshaw does not totally agree with the concept of of plumbers and pipe fitters, local 234, Jacksonville.
inmate counseling, is.the real problem. rehabilitation. He said parole, work-release and'furlough "I talk with a lot of the younger guys" he said. "You have
"They never have' these programs here in the transient programs for inmates would work better if the applicantswere to tell them the basic guidelines for getting out of the systemas
units." he said. "Those come after they reach their per screened more carefully."A quickly as possible."
manent assignments. What the problem is, is that the places MAN IS WHAT a man is," he added. "Behave yourself and stay out of trouble," he warned.
they were assigned to don't have space." "The proof that they are letting the wrong people out thereis "Anytime you go against the system, there isn't anything you
.!HE BLAMED THE OVER-CROWDED conditions are that so many of them are messing up."he said. can do but lose."



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three weeks before we'd be transferred."

/ WHEN CONSTRUCTION began May 8 on RMC-TU, it
was thought to be only a temporary solution to overcrowded
conditions at the Reception and Medical Center (RMC) in
Lake Butler.
"This is just a holding place" Sgt. Mike Pruitt of RMC-TU
said. "It's only temporary."
But with Lake Butler RMC still hopelessly overcrowded (U,67J
inmates live in a facility built for 600), and the population of
"tent city" growing it appears RMC-7U will be anything but

temporary.
STATE OFFICIALS do not see anything wrong with the
facility. On the contrary everyone from Gov*Reubin Askew
to State Rep. Frank Williams of Starke have praised the "tent
cit," as the answer to overcrowded pris ns.
Williams has even suggested the stale construct a prison on
an island so.;prisoners could be permanently "warehoused."
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He said the JtMC-TU.:'facility is "great.." '
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I ,* Collie said[the main problem with RMC-TU was that it was
a"waste of time from the prisoner's Yi wPotnt. He,said hewould

rather be .a permanent institution. _
"YOU CAN PROGRESS in an institution," he said.
t 'Here you not doing nothing but dead time."
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Other prisoners are, more vocal about "tent city."
Adam Durr, awaiting transfer to begin serving a 30yearsentence
for second degree murder said the whole idea of

"tent city" violated his rights.
'\" "I can't go nowhere to better my condition" he said. ". get

,no progress reports. I can't work. I can't show nothing to the
parole man when he cOmes."
PROGRESS REPORTS are made to the Probation and
Parole Commission by prison officials showing an inmate's
progress,toward ,rehabilitation.! photo by John moron
There is currently a suit pending before U.S. District Judge CARD PLAYING
Charles R. Scott in Jacksonville to force the prison system to .doesn't lead to parole

relieve overcrowded conditions. the only place to put inmates? PROBATION, EARLY RELEASE, work release and other
The action stems from another suit filed three years ago on The main reason is the rate of incarceration is greater than diversionary tactics to keep inmates out of institutions are one
behalf of a prisoner on death row who allegedly did not
the rate of release. alternative to more prisons, Jones said.
receive adequate psychiatric care as a result of overcrowding. A JUDGE IN FLORIDA has only two choices in a case But state officials have been reluctant to institute these
SCOTT ISSUED order 23 to the state to bring the
May
an probation or prison Ron Jones, deputy director of inmate programs because of public reaction against prematurely
in line with capacity in a
prison population emergency year
treatment, said.Convicted releasing convicted felons.
and Florida to normal capacity Gen. Robert in 18 months.Shevin appealed the order, persons placed on felony probation in Florida They are also against these programs because they require
Atty. declined from 80 per cent on Jan. 31,1975 to 61 per cent on a certain amount of rehabilitation something Williams calls a
saying it would force $50 million in construction of new "
the release of 2,500 inmates., May 31. "joke. ,
prisons or premature Commitments to institutions increased by 17 per cent in the BUT INMATES strongly, disagree with this stance.
is still under before Scott.
The case appeal past year with a net increase of 931 new inmates. "Every individual can be rehabilitated," Alfonso Jenkins, a
THE UNCERTAIN STATUS of the prisoners and the lack
Meanwhile the number of paroles decreased by 22 per cent "tent city" inmate said.
of for them to participate jn at RMC-TU contributes
programs to the tension. in the past year a net decrease of 659 prisoners released on "It's not a joke," he said. "It's up to the individual, but the
parole. institution If the institution doesn't show
plays a big part an
"This (RMC-TU) don't do nothing but create an over
AND A PERSON CONVICTED of a felony in Florida has inmate they are really trying to rehabilitate him. he may say
abundance of hostility in a person who is already here, whodon't
a one-third chance of going to prison than a felon in and I need their
greater 'Hey. man,they're not trying to help me help
know where he's going, when he'll get there or
whatever," Collie said. any other state, according to Louie Wainwright, director of more than anybody else's."
Pedro Castillo, convicted of armed robbery and awaiting the Department of Offender Rehabilitation. Other inmates fault the institution for the failure of

transfer to De Soto Correctional Institute to begin his 20-year THE STATE PRISON system continued, to receive rehabilitation.MI .
at rate of 102 more coming in week than were DONT THINK there's such word rehabilitation
sentence has been in tent city" for five weeks with no relief prisoners a per a as
in sight. being released throughout the first six months of this year, without prison reform," Willie Anderson, another "tent city"

"It seems I'll be here a long time," he said., "There's according to Jones. inmate said "How can you rehabilitate a man when you're
people that were here way before me and they're still here By July 11, there were 14,219 inmates in a system with a teaching him hatred every day."
waiting" capacity of 11,251. In addition 460 state prisoners in county While prison officials decide what to do about the problem

"You get bored as shit here," he added. jails awaiting transfer to the state institutions.In of overcrowded conditions "tent city" inmates have their own
BOREDOM SEEMS to be the major problem with the addition, a new law making a three-year sentence problems.
inmates. It creates a feeling of frustration which increases the mandatory for persons using a weapon to commit a crime is When it rains the "tent city" area becomes a morass of
tension and sometimes leads to violence. likely to cause a further increase in the prison population ankle high mud.

"Sometimes there'll be a pushing match," Stan Strama an according to Florida Attorney General Robert Shevin. THE TENTS, located on half of an 880 square foot
RMC-TU guard, said. "Somebody will clobber somebody for "Tent City" was built to relieve some of this overcrowding. recreation field seperated by a 10-foot fence from the rest of
saying something. ,But it's just the tension" But now "lent city" itself is overcrowded.At Florida State Prison hold up fairly well.
Sometimes, the tension gets, out of hand. first there were only 10 beds to'a tent according to must :
At meal time,the prisoners march a quarter of a mile
prisoners who were ther from the beginning. But the number
On Wednesday, an inmate named Lawrence "Bowlegs"Saunders the staff Florida
State
to dining room at Prison. Even in the
RMC-TU officials talk
has increased to 14 and of adding two
struck a guard after the guard ordered him to clean
rain they must line up outside the dining room because only
accommodate arrivals.
more beds per tent to new
off the
some paint grass. 10 are allowed inside at ,a time.
THE INMATE WAS TAKEN to "K" wing at RMC in WHAT IS THE LONG-RANGE solution to the problem of
Lake Butler where they take "troublemakers." under what over-crowded prisons? There are only 10 toilets 10 sinks and six shower heads for
Lt. Robert Pamsh of RMC-TU calls "administrative Prison offlcals and lawmakers seem to think more prisons 274 men. In the mornings lines for the bathrooms are long
segregation." are the answer. and some miss out altogether

He would not elaborate except to say that the case would be There are expansion projects already under construction in For most of the prisoners the day consists of eating,
reviewed by an outside court. existing facilities to house 1,200, inmates. sleeping, playing games and watching one of two color TVs.

The guards defend the idea of "lent city" But even prison officials concede that at the rate inmates Because dope was found one day in the laundry room, the
"IPS REAL QUIET here" Pruitt said. "They the are coming in.the new prisons will be overcrowded as soon as guards search inmates who have had contact with outsiders.
prisoners)really enjoy it here. They don't want to go back (ho they are finished.If There is relative freedom to move around the confines of
RMC in Lake Butler)." more, prisons will not relieve overcrowded ,conditions "tent city" ,but as one inmate said "It's not really freedom
But why are the prisons so overcrowded that "tent city" is what will? because you don't have nothing to do."


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oct+rp vp Aug, 22r 975L The Gainesville Florida Student Federal Credit Union is ,,' ': I, i,
the first and
only student credit union on any college or -

university campus with a federal charter, according:: to Beth ,; ., ,,.,1',," '. .
Auxter, credit union director. ..

THE NATIONAL CREDIT Union Administration in '
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17 .Unir.rtitr Washington, D.C., which provides the union's charter, in-
sures the member's savings for up to $40,000, the same as ,"
regular savings and loan associations.

K ,, I If only costs $1 to join and a $5 minimum deposit in a

t savings account set up to cover the loans made by the union. _UF credit unionprovides
:The union was started three years ago by students, Auxter

HOT ON CASH said.It.
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is a cooperative in that all the profits are re-invested in

the account.union or go out to members as dividends on their savings i I loans

ABC Mobile Homes has To get a loan, a student must have a co-signer who Is ,

working and not a student. Then his application,is reviewedby
the answer. a three-member credit committee of students elected byunion high dividends
members, which approves the loans. 1

THE INTEREST RATE on the loans is 1 per cent per
month on the unpaid balance, which amounts to 12 per cent

interest per year. for its members
i currently have a large selection of mobile More than$60,000 a year is loaned out, Auxter said. There ,
mes In Stock Any of f these reconditioned ,; are currently 2,500, members, who receive 6 per cent annual

|mes can be yours for $350 or less when you : interest on their savings accounts. 'f(

ume the payments. Stop paying rent and ..ro There are several advantages to using the credit union,
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In addition, Auxter said, the dividends on the savings" I,*':;: r\. I ". .1 j'.ka .
account is generally higher and the rates on the loans is lower. ,./:'., ;: I, '
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By ROB DONALD going over old,academic affairs reports and next week I'll
OUR CRAFTSMEN Alligator Staff Writer start coordinating our strategy to end the requirement." .

According to Wershow, "There is a variety of opinion on
PERFORM PROMPT, The long-running controversy over ending the'language the subject in the Romance Languages department.
requirement for UF Arts and Sciences majors may soon take a ,
large step toward conclusion. "We'd have to meet with the students amiably and come up
COMPETENT aimed with some consensus," he said.
Having approved a resolution Tuesday at '
eliminating the language requirement, Student Governmentis DR. RUTH MCQUOWN, assistant dean of Arts and
SERVICE now moving toward making their stand a reality. Sciences, favors having, "a good serious debate. I would like
to bring it to the fore. It would have to go before the(Arts and
MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY and administration Science faculty) College Assembly"
desire for discussion of the situation and a
a
FOR expressed open
Bill Jenkins acknowledged this need, noting "I'm planningto
of available.SG .
serious appraisal options
any with and make the
meet a presentation to College Assemblyand
cabinet member Bill Jenkins, who moved for the "
I University Senate.
o MOTOROLAPAGERS resolution, detailed the reasons eliminating the language
.
,
Admittedly undecided concerning the fate of the language
requirement."I requirement, McQuown notes she has "long wondered if weshouldn't
don't believe it's fair when most (students) probably "
allow more options.
won't have use for a language after they graduate."I .
THE ISSUE HAS BEEN approached before. According to
DOUBT IT SERVES the purpose it was meant to Prof. Wershow, "the students asked why we should keep the

outhem serve"Jenkins continued. "The issue is especially importantnow requirement. prepared several statements on the subject,
Communications "
with educational costs going up. and they did the same" '
Professor Irving Wershow, acting chairman of the
"We've had hassles," Wershow said. "It's beenan
never never
Romance Languages department'disagrees. "
Service Inc. "Students should have the advantage of language, adversary situation. .
Still McQuown feels debate would be hot. -
especially now, when communication is such a vital factor, open
"We've been kicking this around for a long time. We've
.
Portable Service CenterN.E. Wershow said."WE'RE
had some hot debate in the past. We haven't made a whole

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nsd responslbl females needed to two natural easy going people K> share 2 bdr $150 Walk to UF dllton. loaded PS,"011I0 console' ,AM. .
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a''a UF PROFESSOR ADVISES


Don't Discolor Child's



.e Reality ; Let'Em._ Scribbler

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(The following story was circulated
nationally by the Associated Press):
Parents who want their young child to be
v creative shouldn't give him coloring

books, says a University. of Florida art
educator.
Nk "The child needs to develop an individual
approach to reality through his art," said
Dr. Merle Flannery of the UF College of
Education.coloring book suggests that
'there is a mold he has to fit into.It's much
,
K. better for the child to find out for himself
:-" ,;,." what his visual representation of life is."
.d' Artistic development seems to be the
,
,' only area where most parents expect too
much out of their child, Dr. Flannery said.
PROFESSOR MERLE FLANNERY ADMIRES PUPIL'S CREATION "A child babbles before he talks, crawls
'Rushing Him at This Point Would Only Turn Him Against Art' :. before he walks, and'scribbles before he
draws,"she said. "A parent would not aska

ClnivJ& r three-year-old: to speak a complete
ity sentence, but he would ask the child to <
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draw a house.
Product by tn'DI'.O'O; Information
t Publicff Dr. Flannery believes a child expresseshis
atlont Service to communicate official notices
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Important Information to students, faculty & staff czst awareness of his surroundings throughhis
at the University of Florida.LEGISLATIVE I primitive form of art. Discouragingthat
art might discourage his sensitivity.
"People often don't respect a child's art
MANDATE because they don't really understand it,"
she said.

4 UF Groups To Look At their Parents child's should art, according not pass Judgment to Dr. Flan-on

nery, but should encourage the child to
express his feelings through his art.
Administration Costs "Once I gave a three-year-old paper anda
crayon," she said. "The child had never
drawn before, so he was cautious at first.
Four campus groups hare been asked to identify inefficient and or unproductive :ilt'r .',tx'r."-i-' But then he enthusiastically started draw-
administrative practices at the University of Florida and to propose alternatives. ..... ':)""rl{ l\f'!) ing lines and circles all over the paper. He
The special task forces are a subcommittee of the Faculty Educational Policy Group '. It: I' ;' '!!'f was really having a good time.
(FEPG), composed of nine faculty members appointed by the Senate Steering ;. \ ." ..:..:, 1tf .. "Immediately the mother stopped the
committee; a subcommittee of the Council of Academic Deans,and committees from the i : :'i "I\:: child, saying, 'Don't mess up the paper.
Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.Dr. I ':I.ler-.; Draw a bunny.' The little boy sat there
.James Quarles will chair the FEPG subcommittee as well as the entire group when ,. ;,.. "I:'< 4- bewildered, because to him that bunny
it is discussing administrative practices. Others on the subcommittee are Dr. Don ... 1 It. ...., didn't mean as much as his scribbles,"Dr.
Butterworth and Dr. Hattie Bessent ., :" ,,:':: Flannery explained.
Business Administration Dean Robert Laniillotti will chair the Council of Deans I '' .'.,. .l'' Parents often react like this, she said.
subcommittee. Other members are Veterinary Dean Charles Cornelius and Arts and .; :.: They force their child to do something thatis
Sciences Dean C.A. VanderWerf. ,., too advanced for him.
The special studies are in compliance with a provision In the general appropriations :.:. ; "I guess the parents think there must be
act which directs the State University System "to thoroughly examine the procedures something wrong with the child if he
being used to administer the universities and..effect changes in those procedures to doesn't draw reality as they see it," she
achieve a reduction in the amount of manpower devoted to academic administration..." said. "Actually, he Is Just developing his
In a memorandum to the Council of Presidents, Chancellor E.T. York Jr., wrote, concept of reality, so rushing him at this
"Although the proviso language refers specifically to academic administration,you may point will only turn him against art.
wish to include representation from other areas of the university on your study group "The most important thing is for the
since some of the potential problem areas will likely involve consideration of shifts in THIS IS REALITY parent to let the child know that what he is
responsibilities on your campus." To a Pre-schooler doing is valuable."


THIS WEEK Career Service


II Gatorland Music; Students,


Florida/ Plovers' Perform. t n G 9
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Free concerts will be held on campus sity's Department of Music, as well as
this week in conjunction with the 16th teachers and performers from throughoutthe 1// .:u.

annual Gatorland Music Clinic, which has U.S. I .. \ .:...
brought over 500 high school musicians to FLORIDA PLAYERS
the University to study music and sample Clerk Typist n.High school and 1 year Secretary IV-High school plus 3 years
college life. "Summer and Smoke," the final reper- experience. Salary: $5,387. experience.Typing and excellent dictation
The Gatorland Ensemble Concert will be tory presentation of Florida Players will EKG Technician-High School and com- skills required. Salary: $8,973. '
at 8:15: pjn. In the Retlz Union be presented Wednesday through Satur- pletion of ECG training course. Salary: Radio-TV Engingeer II-HIgh school,
Amy day evenings at 8 p.m. in the Constans $6,222. plus 4 years experience. Salary: $9,333.
Theatre. Students admitted free; $2 for all Needed in all areas. Salary:
Saturday, a piano recital will be held at
1:30 p.m. in Room 120 of the Music others. $6,451. Mass Seating Center
Medical Technologist in Med-
Degree
Building, and the major event of the
eek-a Search ical Technology and licensed with state of Information AvailableStudent
final concert in which the orchestra Architecture
Florida. Salary: $8,498.
,four
bands
and chorus will participateWill
be at 3 In Florida Gym. Committee+ to MeetThe Medical Technologist Degree in Med. faculty or staff groups desiring
p.m.
Since the of thousands of ical Technology and licensed with state of additional Information on the mass seating
young musicians summer have 1959, week on search committee for Dean of the Florida,plus one year experience.Salary: activities center may contact Dr. Kenneth
campus spent a and College of Architecture will meet at 2:30 $8,894. Finger,chairman of the planning commit
attending music classes Wednesday in Room 15 of Building C,' Medical Transcriber I-High school and tee- or Hugh i Cunningham, director of
Piano.Performing In.band, chorus, orchestra or p.m.Architecture and Fine Arts complex. medical terminology.'Must type 35 wpm. University Information. Committee mem-

Headed According to committee chairman Bill Salary: $5,574.Registered bers or other members of the administration -
director by Gary Langford, UF assistant Eppes, the group will further define Teaching Nurses Needed will meet with groups and answer any
of bands the clinic faculty
,
all areas. Salary: $9,855. quesUons.lh.Indpead.n1(1..Id..
eludes music educators from the Univer- criteria for the position.



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Alligator Sports Writer Thousands upon that its enthusiasm
1 thousands of people beganto spreads across the globe.
The creaky old wagon flock into the Basque Some of the finest frontons'
l. started its trip .filled with Provinces to watch the are in France, the
laughing men with big players battle in the Philippines, Italy Mexico,
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cigars and beautiful history making sport. and of course, the U.S. p 't i A K C pt
women in long flowing As the game grew more U.S.travelers reported Jai-
i dresses. and more popular and the Alai in Cuba in the 1900's

J'.. They had heard a crowds came to watch at and the game eventually

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games in Basque were around the frontons would forty-five years ago. photo f by bob wot
going to be even better this grow. Fairs and booths Except for the
\; year. lined the streets up'to the helmet Jai-Alai equipment PLAYERS SALUTE JUDGES BEFORE COMPETITION BEGINS-
k v tit- : TO THE surprise of fronton and soon the is different from ? ,sport's original name was Basque Ball
many of these seventeenth exciting sport would have the other sports.
century people that rumor accompaning it a Jai-Alai; TilE CESTA is a and is very hard. the front wall putting Jai-Alai is a tradition. A
'
3 produced a sport so or merry festival.' basket assembly worn a'n of hand wound enough speed and englishon never ending quest to see
cunning, requiring more THE NAME Jai-Alai each player on his rubber, with one it so it makes it impossible which person will be the
skill and machismo than began to stick and hand, (there are lefties) ,of nylon cord, and to catch or return. best who will be master of
any other sport they had eventually became the, and. each one is coats of goatskin this Each player has his own all the frontons. From
ever seen. name given to the fast crafted to meet the made rock flies at 50 unique style which he those first days in Basqueto
: Soon news spread allover action sport. specifications.The utilizes while he plays. the present, Jai-Alai is
a Spain that Pelota Today Jai-Alai is still pelota or ball is object of the game These styles are handed one sport which will never
) Vasca (Basque Ball) was popular in Spain, but it a little smaller than bounce the pelota off down from father to son. die.

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_ Pro basketball leagues must merge or be ruined


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i Professional basketball is now at the crossroads. The Knicks demise. The Knicks now face a potentially ,
survival of the game is now in question. troublesome economic position and the NBA's largest market
Battle for talent, between the American Basketball area may now be in jeopardy. T ROBERT KAPLAN
Association (ABA) and the National Basketball Association Knick General Manager Eddie Donovan has tried to pull
i, (NBA) has reached absurd proportions. The leagues must out of his hat moves he once did to build the 1970 NBA
"merge" or else face eventual economic ruin. Championship team that year Donovan snatched Dave OPINIONABA
LAST WEEK, the two leagues invested an estimated $6 DeBusschere and Jerry Lucas, and both played importantroles
million; for the contracts of two ballplayers. In the Knicks championship year.
The ABA's Denver Rockets signed Ail-American David In the past month Donovan has been everywhere. He triedto is loaded with talent and the Nets are contenders. The
Thompson for approximately $3 million. The signing was a get Kareem Abdul Jabbar, but his offer wasn't even in the Knicks will be cellar-dwellers and sellouts will become less
major breakthrough for the younger league it was the first ballpark. Then came the"Mafia move." The Knicks illegally frequent.
lime the ABA signed the NBA's number one draft-pick. Last signed George McGinnis. The NBA commissiner put his foot THE SIGNINGS by the 76m and the multiple losses by the
year they tallied the 'NBA's top round choices, including down and for the effort the Knicks lost their number one draft, Knicks have almost assured the Knicks a place in the Eastern
Bobby Jones, Len Elmore and Maurice Lucas. pick in 1976.DONOVAN. Division cellar. This puts the NBA's largest market area in
The NBA's Philadelphis,76'ers grabbed off the roster of the TRIED to get Marvin Webster, but his offer rather a peculiar situation. The ABA has acquired
ABA's Indiana Pacers the 1975 co-holder of the ABA MVP was too late and too little.,He tried to get David Thompson, bargaining power In their negotiations for a television contract
award, George McGinnis. McGinnis is considered one of the but Thompson wanted to play in Denver. and if rumors,are correct they might have a contract
lop two forwards in the game and his price tag of$3 million Donovan is now in serious negotiations with Wilt Cham- with NBA superstar Rick Barry as play-by-play man.
t. -r( +c makes this claim self-evident. McGinnis added to the starting berlain. Chamberlain said, '"I want M-O-N-E-Y." The If the contract wars continue, all the teams will go broke.
five of Billy Cunningham, Doug Collins((1972 Olympic hero), Knicks are willing and they are desperate. Wilt's demandsmay Sports contracts have reached a point where the only people
Fred Carter and Florida's high school rookie sensation Daryl reach close to a million dollars a year. benefiting are the athletes. Both the owners and the fans are
,. Dawkins will enable the 76rrs to compete evenly with both the The Knicks have raised their ticket 'prices to an losing out. It seems that the bidding wars have: no limit. Last(
Celtics and the Braves for the Eastern Division title. astronomical high of $12.50., Across town, the ABA's New
The 76ers success has occurred parallel to the New York York Nets charge only $8.50 for their top-priced tickets. The See 'Basketball' (page,



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: FRESHMEN AND PARENTS-.. Hockey assault case


;, Welcome to raises crucial questions :.


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GATOR COUNTRY the Barf n'Beer talking

sports with your buddies, MICHAEL SKINNER
here's a few questions
worth kicking around.

While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS: .. Is a hockey stick a OPINIONwere
and BOOKSTORE-located in the "dangerous'eapon" ? .... .
SHOP:::> Hub. (see C-3 on campus map) We DO BEANING a batter, -
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the student. constitute aggravated eyewitnesses and camerasto Gary Flakne wantsto
assault? document every detail. go at it again with a new
Should an athlete be The tricky question here is trial.THEY
held morally-and legally the circumstances of the SHOULD.Thereare
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.ft. responsible for his assault. And they are too many important
',';!\ < conduct during a game? tricky.If unresolved questions to let
Granted, these questions I take a hockey stick the matter drop.
I r aren't as interesting as, and whack you across the Defendent Forbes thinks
say debating whether or (face with it in front of the he's being made a
not Tom Seaver is a College Inn, I'd be hauled scapegoat and maybe he
sharper dresser than Gale off and convicted for is. He's not the first hockey
L. Sayers. But they are much assault quicker than you player to knock the puck
s. 'much more important could say "habeas cor out of somebody. but he's
and they aren't going to,go pus". certainly the first to go on <
away. BUT WHAT if I did it trial for H, and 'he's un,
LET'S GO back little in in the bitter.
a a hockey game derstandably
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y bit. The case that startedall heat of athletic passion? Still., the matter will
the debate ended this Does that make it any have to be settled even.
weekend, with a hung jury different? tually in court, -and we
a resulting in a mistrial. Nine people in the might as well do it now, ina
Boston Bruin hockey Minnesota jury said no, case whose facts are not
player David Forbes was and voted for convictionon really in dispute. The
accused of assaulting a simple assault charge. Supreme Court will
Minnesota North Star Two of those were women probably have to give the
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,....'''. '.- Henry Boucha. Forbes was who wanted a convictionon last word on this and the
-+ ..t i.- 4. supposed to have attacked aggravated assault, but sooner the issue starts its
Boucha with the butt of his compromised. The three long judicial journey the
stick when they were who wanted aquittal didn't ,better.
TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED ARCumrruRE & ENGINEERING: leaving the penalty box compromise and the case Because unless athletes
GYM OUIFITS EQUIPMENT' & SWHIES Boucha's face was cut and was thrown out as a know where they stand
SWEATSHIRTS a ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIESWRITING fractured and he says he mistrial because of a hung legally pretty soon
DRUGS & SUNDRIES EQUPMENT: still suffers double vision. jury. nobody's going to attempt .
'. COMPLETE Um OF GENERAL STUDY LAMPS The fact of the assault in Judge Rolf Fosseen set a to return a punt without a I
not in question. There hearing next week to see if lawyer.
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