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"c .,.,_.UF appeals Heuer case she may sue CSEF :J1By .,.

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LINDA WISNIEWSKI exceeded its authority when it heard Heuer's case because the Heuer said she will sue the CSEF for placing an ::1
Afflgator Staff Writer commission does not have the authority to hear cases when a unauthorized ad in the July 8 edition of The Alligator. J,
Former UF employe Mary Heuer may soon become the career service employe resigns his position. Brown said. THE AD CLAIMED the CSEF gave Heuer "moral and \,}
main figure in a tale of two lawsuits. When Heuer did not return to work on October 13-the financial support" in her appeal for reinstatement. )
UF will appeal the Career Service Commission's recommendation date her leave of absence expired her absence was "tan. "I never received financial support (from the CSEF),"
that Heuer be reinstated in her job as paging clerkat tamount" to resignation from her position Brown said. Heuer said, adding that Gainesville attorney Larry Turner
W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital and Heuer said she will HEUER SAID she did not quit her job but was"forced" to was responsible for her successful defense. i
sue the Career Service'Employe Federation (CSEF) for libel. take a general leave of absence when injuries she suffered in a CSEF President Dale Stratford had "no statement to make ;"
UF WILL APPEAL Heuer's reinstatement "very soon," car accident prevented her from returning to work. at this time" regarding a Heuer lawsuit. ',i.
UF attorney Ashum Brown said, adding"it is just a questionof The Career Service Commission also does not have the HEUER SAID she is consulting Tampa attorney Edgar
drafting the appeal in writing" before it is filed in the First authority to recommend sick pay for an employe on a non-pay Watkins,Jr.,in her pending libel suit against the CSEF.
District Court of Appeals in Tallahassee.The status, which they did according to Brown. Heuer said Turner, who represented her at the Career i
commission's recommendation will be appealed 'onieygral Heuer was in a non-pay status when she took her leave of
grounds._One basis for the suit is that the commission absence. (see page four)

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q Never on Sunday? Not if
''', k -; Student Government has its
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Harry Bosman, city-county
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I' p.-Ii. .' fairs.are preparing the case
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{ to present their argument to
the city commission at its July
28 meeting, Bosman said.
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to get a referendum on the
Sunday ban on liquor sales on
the ballot in the November
special election on unificationof
city and county governments .
Bosman said.
BOSMAN SAID HE
HOPES to get a referendumon
the ballot by a city
commission vote. A simple
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majority. three votes is
needed to put a referendumon
7 I the ballot said GainesvilleCity

A M Attorney Osee Fagan.
SG will try to get a
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referendum by petition if they
fail 'to get it by city commission -
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Ten per cent of the electorate
or about 3,500 registered

Ll l k CHAMP voters put a must referendum sign a petition on the to
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DAY. JULY (j}it ballot Bosman, Fagan said said. he and

\ ; Thiesse plan to base their case
for a referendum largely on a
Gainesville Sun survey taken
t qro Ics b ken marl
last spring. They are also ;
gathering. er material to
bolster their case. "I
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Ordinance to trouble student tenants I



which allows gratuitous guests," someone paying no money

for rent, utilities etc. There is no way to prove a person is not
a "gratuitous guest" since money changing hands in privateis

., ,.', not traceable.
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'We've had many ..) .t.r*; RESPONDING to the suggestion property owners shouldbe

called on to control the problem. Commissioner
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complaints mostly r ,n :" .,:')" ': !:': Ramsey noted, "We've had people who've made a conscious
F : "ffaround : _, 2a refusal to obey the law, and we have not been able to get the
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,..,' State Attorney's Office to prosecute.
the university' Commissioner Ramsey, a member of the Human Resources

Committee dealing with the proposed ordinance, explained
I w, yFrh'Mw further the need for strong action on the issue.

-Russell Ramsey "We've had many complaints, mostly around the
University," he noted. "Some people call the commissioners
directly. I've had 30-40 complaints in the last few months.

complain about noises, dogs, "
--- People usually trash etc.
Ramsey also noted. "The number two (unrelated
By ROB DONALD in zoned single family in.
The law allows a house, an area
dividuals in addition to a family allowed in a residence)
Staff Writer
Alligator residence, to be rented to a family, which may be of unlimited was
which
reasonable number be
chosen as a can controlled.
The Gainesville City Commission has taken another step number, plus two people unrelated to the family.
toward cracking down on large groups of students living in Upon discovery of a violation or failure to allow entry, the "People say a house is large enough for more people," he
added. "But there is, considerable, abuse of the
houses zoned tor single families. commission will be able to revoke the license. neigh.
The Commission initial approval Monday to an ordinance borhood.
gave the
OPPOSITION to the ordinance was based on concern
COMMISSION noted lessor
THE a would be
for license and required to
renters mandatory city
calling a ordinance will not be enforceable, does not attack the real
enforce limit of three unrelated inform the tenant in a written or oral lease of the inspection
inspection to a persons per in
problem and places too much responsibility on those living
dwelling in the areas zoned for single family. requirement. If the inspection must be conducted while
ALTHOUGH the ordinance does not specifically refer to the residences. someone is living In the house, residents are to be given seven
of
The commission admits the largest flaw in enforcement notice.In .
students commissioners concede the most days
they are frequent
the ordinance is their inability to there are too many
'violators. prove the eyes of the ordinance, the lessee will also be
Approval came despite the almost unanimous opposition of people living in a house. vulnerable to prosecution point vigorously questioned by
the approximately 20 citizens at Monday's Human Services AT PRESENT, residents can legally refuse inspectors Commissioner Aaron Green.
Committee meeting.The admission to a house. Other methods such as checking "The philosophy of the ordinance has strong points," noted
proposed ordinance, now undergoing revision by the mailing addresses or counting cars are not considered con- Green. "But if the ordinance says lessors sub-lessors(will be
commission's staff, would require lessors (anyone renting a clusive evidence establishing the number of residents of a held responsible), then shifts the .responsiblity to those
property to others) to buy a license for approximately $10 for ,house. leasing. I question it."
each property rented. According to Bice Hope assistant city attorney, the ad- THE COMMISSIONERS instructed staff to rework the
THIS LICENSE would require the lessor to allow inspection vantage of the new ordinance is it removes the need to prove ordinance to guarantee due process for defendants limit the
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! of the residence during which the city would the infraction beyond a reasonable doubt. ordinance to single family zoning, and set the license fee at
determine if there were any violations. Several people wondered about a clause in the ordinance $10 or less.

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fiiii! lJtii 7iiIIimID College (UC)'Associate Dean, selected to replace Bentley in apparent
Dr. George R. Bentley, will leave his current violation of UF Affirmative Action guidelines.post .
this fall to begin teaching full-time in the According to UF Affirmative Action
Department of Social Sciences. Coordinator, James Allison, the school must
advertise such within the State
SUNDAY Bentley said he would be glad to be openings
teaching again, but said "The change was University System.
Women and members of minority
groups
not made at initiation.
.. No reasons my were given for the change, he must be interviewed before any decision is
JULY 27 1975
said. made as to who will fill the position, he said.
Brown said the information from Moss's
UC Dean Bob Burton Brown said the office was incorrect.

4:00 pm change was part of a general reorganization "There has been no appointment made" I
within! the college, but declined to go into Brown said. In fact the position may not be

detail. filled at all because of the current tight money
Union North Lawn THE OFFICE OF Dr. Harold G. Moss situation he said.
Associate Professor of English, unofficially Brown said Bentley's duties may be
confirmed reports that Moss had been distributed among other UC deans.

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program brings


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"I'm blowing you up into a big balloon. You're getting ''I
bigger and bigger" the young woman said.
Following directions parents and their 2 to 6 year-old
children twisted themselves into balloon-like shapes.
"NOW I'M GOING to pop you with a pin" the woman
yelled to the delight of the giggling children who dropped to
the floor as they were pricked with an imaginary pin.
Edna Gibson, a graduate student in early childhood
education, gave the group little time to rest before she started
giving instructions for other activities, all part of "TogetherWe
Learn," a participation program for parents and children.
The classses sponsored by UF's early childhood educationand
the family development program are designed to "bring
mother or father and child together." Gibson said. *
GIBSON AND SHARON MILNER, another UF doctoral
student, led the July 16 "Creative Yoga and Movement" 0'I! *
session at the Gainesville Hilton. I
The session was just one of many activities in this summer's
'Together We Learn" series. Others will include lessons on
kitchen chemistry body and sensory awareness, sound exploration
building house toys and creative dramatics. !
Milner performed several yoga exercises which she !
modified and called by animal names.
"O.K. I'M A FROG" she said as she crouched down.bent
her knees and put her hands over her head. She hopped
around the room as the others followed her example."It .
is part yoga and part made-up so the kids can get into I
being an animal," Milner later explained. "It's a way to
make yoga fun tor the kids." Milner said she practices yoga

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educator.
I II I Michael Resnick. one of the directors tof the program,
"We feel parents are the primary teachers of their

;'t 4V1f + ." the classes try to help the parents become better
of their children while having fun at the same timehe


e 1L9Q 3n.r 1ON FUN. WAS APPARENT with the laughter, hand
a and big smiles. The kids seemed to particularly
an unusual activity where Gibson held a sheet in front of
and told,a child or parent to come behind it and make
with his body.
kids could watch the distorted shadow movements and
who was behind the sheet..
this final activity the kids were given oranges and
families were awarded participation certificates.
addition to bringing the parents and children together,
,p1d ttil lnAarttrx> f 4 tC, y'it ; help both early childhood education graduate and
I students gain teaching experience.
to"I "is going to be what they're doing when they get out of
Resnick said stressing the importance of this ex-
06 for the students who help with or lead the sessions.
ACTIVITY in the series sets age limits for the
who participate but they range from 18 months to 8
old. Interested parents should call 378-9752 for
The price is $2 per session' or $5 for three
At least one parent must attend with the child.
I We Learn" is an example of the classes offered
family development education program which began
ago to help parents become better teachers of their

"parent education program" is one of the first in the
to offer classes where parent and child must attend
YOGA EXERCISE photo by John according to Resnick.

I,1/i f Heuer .a creative way of limbering up

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(from page one) Heuer said she took the leave "for personal reasons" so
Service Commission hearing and will continue to representher could "take a break" from her job. back pay, sick pay and her former position.
in the reinstatement appeal. did not express interest in However. Shands Admissions Director Donald WAS ORDERED on June 12 1 to reinstate Heuer but UF
taking action against the CSEF and was "too 6usy" to handle said' Heuer told !him she was taking the leave of absence obligated to do so until the commission's recom
her libel suit. rind a job in North Carolina where her husband was was received in writing, state Personnel Director
In fact. Heuer said she "hasn't even'mentioned' her to be transferred. Kennison said.
E pending libel suit to Turner. WHILE,, ON LEAVE, Heuer said she suffered neck
TURNER WAS OUT OF TOWN on vacation and in a Gainesville car accident that prevented her commission's recommendation was received last week
unavailable for comment. returning to work on the day her leave of absence expired the decision it under appeal UF does not have to
UFs decision to appeal Heuer's reinstatement 'adds Heuer said she was then told by Guttinger that she with Kennison said.
another chapter to the Heuer controversy which began when eligible to receive sick pay because of her neck injury. said her attorney told her the appeal could take
Heuer took a leave of absence without pay in September last When Heuer was denied sick pay she filed an appeal six to nine months.
>ear. the Career Service Commission in March which asked UF Heuer said she will "seek employment"
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By ANNE SOMMERSi;: must weigh how much the harm the poison is
\ \ Alligator Staff Writer doing versus how much good" he said.
He added the good being done here in
Gainesville far outweighs, the bad.
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Spray from Alachua County, mosquito The mosquito problem could be severe in
trucks may be fatal to Gainesville mosquitosbut Florida.
1 it holds little danger for the rest of'the KEY WEST SPRAYS with airplanes, but

Gainesville environment. has severe problems"because of the,salt water
mosquitoes throughout the Keys.
i Charles Morgan, county engineer, said The Keys also put mosquito larvaeeatingfish
I Gainesville will paY'Alachua County $25.728 in the canals that run through the keys to
(N in 1976 to spray four nights a week for four help,combat.the mosquito problem Minnick
t hours a night from April through October. said.

Morgan said the county now sprays a type of Minnick; said the mosquito problem is so
household pesticide put out by the American severe in the Keys and other coastal areas,
Cyanamid Co. "the mosquitoes just about do a dance on

THE TYPE OF SPRAY is changed your head. ,
every "If they didn't for here in
spray mosquitoes
two or three years because the insects become
,Florida it would be uninhabitable much of
immune to any spray after awhile, he said.
the state's ,". he said.
The is yankee population
\ county using no other methods to
combat the mosquitos,. Morgan said. DR. PAUL URONE/UF; professor of environmental
Morgan said he believed that the methods engineering, believes that the
spraying being done by the city is "necessaryand
being used by the county are "the best we "
desirable if done with caution.
have available.
1 Urone said the'city Is taking the
necessary
: No complaints have been received this
year
to insure the of the
precautions safety
I about the spraying, but there have been '
11 complaints in the.past." spraying program.
The used in such should
sprays a program
i "PEOPLE GET EXCITED when they see
non-persistent ordegradable, which is tru of
f fi trucks. Some people want the spraying, but
,S the sprays being used by the County, Urone
some people don't. The spraying has been
said.
i +. made safe it be made,"
1 ; as as can Morgansaid. said
0 Urone that although the city is doing a
t good job with their spraying,a program whichis
J{ Morgan said the city has been fortunate this
t. .
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because it has been
year a light mosquito
harmful effects on some desirable insects suchas
season. bees.
The county uses two tests to determine the
I size of the mosquito population.,
i I 'a a, One test is done with an ultra-violet light trap
) which attracts insects in the dark.
TilE OTHER TEST is to have a man stand
Eaton to fake vows
still and see how many mosquitos land on him ;
i in a period of time.
Dr, Dan Minnick, UF asst. professor of plans August weddingStudent

entomology, agreed the spray currently being
used by the city is harmless to all mammalsand

other animals such as birds. Body President Jim Eaton will be
Minnick explained that all pesticides are married Aug. 31.
thoroughly tested before the Environmental Cyndi Aronson, 22, will 'wed Eaton at
TWice a year in Janua"ry'ind."J IV; Protection Agency will allow them 'to" be Temple Bethel Synagogue in Pensacola.
v placed on the market. EATON, ALSO 22, said he met Aronson
Silver City conducts store-wide: MINNICK SAID Malathion,the spray used while she was his, assistant in the spring -

sales. No regular merchandise is here in Gainesville, is a common household quarter political campaign in which he was
spray that can be used to kill insects on house elected president.The .
removed and everything J is reduced. ,plants or as a spray to kill fleas on dogs., couple plans to fly to Jamaica for a

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Renovation set for Lake WauburgBy





with UF's matching funds, William Elmore, proximately $22,000 and the south will cost south of Gainesville on SR 441, has been
Alligator Staff Writer vice president for administrative affairs, said. $33,000. The remaining $20,000 will stay in operated by UF since the early 1930's,
LAKE WAUBURG IS DIVIDED into a reserve. William Rion, director of the J. Wayne. Reitz
Three years ago, the UF Student Senate north and south area, both owned by UF and Elmore said a meeting is planned in the Union said.
allocated $75,000 for a fund to be used ex operated by the intramural department.It future for all persons involved in the planningof In its heyday of the late 40's and 50's is
clusively for renovations at Lake Wauburg.Now is operated exclusively for students and the renovations.Lake many as 2.000 students would flock to the
$55.000 of that will finally be used to their friends.: A picture I.D. and registrationcard Wauburg located roughly eight miles lake"On weekends he said.

improve Wauberg facilities. are required to use the facilities. .r__ -.. ---
According to Caleb Grimes student body According to a preliminary study by the UF
treasurer, the $75.000 has been kept in a UF Physical Plant Division last year, the
agency account.An renovations for the north boating facility r
agency account is reserve money from include:
various UF agencies which is deposited in A wood chip parking lot along. the

i local banks. existing road for 150 cars remodeling the .., 'f( '4;.. > .. t t
State University System Chancellor E.T. existing recreation building, beach improvements ,... .',
York. while acting as interim UF president, an asphalt bus turn-around, ;' 4' "
pledged $75.000 in UF funds to match senate additional picnic tables and barbecue pits, f.<,!.,, ;./;.; .j 1>"
funds and re-open Lake Wauburg, Grimes and canoe and sailboat racks. ,'. : 1
At the south facility, used for swimming "
said.LAKE
WAUBURG HAD BEEN CLOSEDby a wood chip parking lot for, 100 cars, !
the Alachua County Health Department in remodeling of existing houses for toilet
October. 1970 because it lacked adequate facilities, nature trails, addition of two 1,200
bathroom and plumbing facilities. gallon septic tanks, and remodeling of the r
The .$75.000 from SG was not used until existing boat storage shed are planned.
now because improvements were being made THE NORTH FACILITY ,will cost ap- ,
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Drill field proposed as



mass seating facility site


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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI comment. athletic events near campus' BOnow OPERATIONS
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facilities
Alligator Staff Writer Other sites for the mass dorms, the'' J. Wayne Reitz slated
seating facility mentioned in Union, and Florida Field he
the committee's report include
the Fleming Field area said.CULTURAL EVENTS Youth corps helps ecology groupBy
The ROTC drill field may je the parade grounds area. the wbuld be "integrated" with
the location of Uf proposedmass Flavet area and the area social and athletic events with
seating facility. behind the sewage treatment the addition of a theater for
FRANK
RINELLA would have taken HAG months to do" Streit
plant. Finger said. the performing arts although Alligator Staff Writer .
The Committee on a Mass MARSTON HAS previously "some people believe a Seventeen said.STREIT
Seating Facility recommended stated he is "convinced (of the theater for the performingarts students junior and senior high school EXPECTED them to bag one anda
last month to UF need) and committed' to amass should not be next to a and are doing work they'enjoy this week half tons of aluminum and crush six tons of
getting paid for it.
President Robert Q. Marston seating facility providedthe smelly basketball game."' They glass.
that the ROTC drill field area Board of Regents Finger said. aluminum are crushing bottles and bagging "Reynolds Aluminum comes and picks up

be given "serious con allocates approximately $14 The proposed mass seating THE STUDENTS cans. the cans when we have a large amount of full
sideration" for the mass million from a surplus statewide facility would include a 2.400- Conservation are part of the Youth bags. When we fill the (EAG) truck up with
,seating facility site "Com. student building fund to 3.500-seat theater for the summer Corps. They work during their glass, we take it to Jacksonville," Streit said.
vacations in
mittee Chairman Dr. Ken. performing arts a 1214000. ecology jobs around the Other corps workers are on other parts ot
UF.The country.
neth Finger said. Regents will,decide on seat auditorium: and an David Streit. the campus repairing the nature trail and
director
the allocation in September.The indoor swimming complex. Action ( of the Environmental cleaning water hyacinths out of Lake Alice,he
Group EAG). said 25
THE MASS SEATING drill field was termed Student Body President Jim were on to 30 students said.STREIT
FACILITY committee is "undesirable" by the com Eaton has also established a help improve campus the Monday through today to SAID after they spend a week at

composed of three students mittee because it would student government com "About 17 students environment. UF they would go to other parts of the county
three faculty members three "integrate social cultural and mittee on the mass seating recycling are working at our to do ecological work.
(
administrators. and three athletic activities" on facility composed of students. commuter center at the south end of the UF Members of the Youth Conservation Corps

members of the community. campus. Finger said.. ,The committee will seek putting aluminum parking lot) crushing SSSnfc make about$2.10 an hour the money coming
M lrston. vacationing in The mass seating facility student opinion concerning a sent to recycling cans in'bags" so from a grant by the federal government whichIs
Virginia.was unavailable for site would provide social and mass seating facility. "The work that plants, Streit said. matched by the county. Streit said.
they will||
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for Academic Affairs.
I The evaluations were stopped during winter and spring
quarters in an effort to help save money during the budget
crunch, Bryan said.
I DR. GENE HEMP, assistant vice president of academic
affairs, said the evaluations consist of a series of questions on
how well the course is run. In many cases, a sheet of blank
paper is also given so students can give a written response.
Hemp said the evaluations are given to the deans of the
dealer cost various colleges. The deans give them to students in various
classes,who in turn administer them to their classmates.The .
evaluations are then processed by the UF computer
processing center Hemp said.
AFTER THE EVALUATIONS are processed,a copy of the
plus 10 % sale8Track results are sent to Omicron Delta Kappa, a leadership and
scholarship fraternity, who publish them and make them
available to students. t
The evaluations cost an estimated $25,000 which comes
Cassette RadioOn from the Educational and General budget Hemp'said. That
budget includes most of UF's colleges.
"That covers the cost of purchasing and processing the
forms for about 90 per cent of teacher evaluations given,"
these brands .only: Hemp said.
EVALUATIONS GIVEN by institute of Food and
Audiovox .Craig Lear Bowman KracoIKO Metra Sanyo Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), the College of Law, and the
College of Health Related Professions are not paid for by
these funds Hemp added.
,
Money for the IFAS, Law and Health Related Professions
evaluations come out of each of the school's budget Hemp
explained."The .
law college evaluations do not need processing all of
their questions are written." Hemp said.
BRYAN SAID it is a UF policy for instructors to be
evaluated once a year.
"All instructors must be evaluated at least once a year for
"$,. every course that they teach," Bryan explained.The .
I evaluations are used for tenure,promotion and to help
the instructor evaluate the way he or she teaches.
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"" instructors than the technical questions that students an-
swered.
"Most of the instructors get more out of the comments that
students write about the courses than the questionnaire they
fill out," Hemp explained.
HEMP SAID the written comments usually become the
property of the instructor."I .
would guess about half the time department chair
plus IcIpr. / : persons get to see the comments but the comments never
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East on University Avenue to S.R. 24, then

northeast past the airport and straight on to \
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One of the town's claims to fame is the Waldo

train station, a popular departure point for
homeward bound students.

But if the traffic on the road to Waldo seems

particularly heavy on Sunday, it's not because a lot

,)f trains stop there that day.
It's because one of Gainesville's best known and

.nost persistent blue laws,. the Sunday ban on
iquor sends a lot of Gainesville residents to

Valdo where spirits can be had' on the seventh

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Last quarter when it seemed like half the

opulation Gainesville was running for a seat one

+ City Commission, one of the most frequentlyked

questions during the campaign was "would Get Gainesville t of garbage
u favor a referendum to lift the Sunday liquor
in?"

Predictably enough, just about everyone did.
But now that the election is a thing of the past Gainesville City Commissioner Russell Ramsey had an
ic issue has been pretty much forgotten.But unusual complaint at a recent meeting of the Gainesville

not by Rotary Club. BRIAN DONERLYPLEASE
everyone. It seems that the great bulk of the complaints he receives
The sale of liquor on Sunday became an issue concern garbage collection.

iring another election last quarter. When Jim ONE CAN EASILY appreciate Commissioner Ramsey's
tton ran for student body president part of his displeasure. He spends his time trying to determine the uses
;:tion party platform included repealing the to which people can put their property the taxes they must
NOTE that I am not asking the city to grant a
ban.Election pay, where they may ride their motorcycles and so on.
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mday
In short, Russ Ramsey is working very hard at running our franchise to some company. That would just change a public
promises come and go, but it seems this lives. And what do we ungrateful wretches that we are. do in monopoly into a private one. If you think that there's a real
me Eaton and his cabinet are sticking to it and return? difference pick up your phone.
orking to have the ridiculous ban repealed.Now We complain about garbage! The objections to my suggestion are easily anticipated. It
all they have to do is convince the City IT WAS COMMISSIONER RAMSEY'S good fortune to will be argued that people will let their garbage accumulate or

)mmission to put a referendum to repeal the ban be directing his complaints to one of my fellow libertarians dump it on Russ Ramsey's lawn.
who passed the story on to me. Current tresspass and nuisance laws would seem to be
i the ballot of November's special election, which to counter these but will
I It seems to me that the commissioner's strenuous efforts on adequate problems some people
ay prove a formidable task. our behalf ought not go unrewarded. So in recognition of his remain unconvinced.FOR .
The last time the issue came up was in February valorous service(and to remove a nettlesome issue from his reelection THESE PEOPLE, I offer alternate plan B:
'72, when the City Commission decided 3-1 campaign next year), I make the following proposal: Leave the city in the garbage business, but let anyone
ainst putting it to a straw vote. Fortunately thee Get the city of Gainesville out of the garbage business. compete with it. Anyone receiving private garbage service
Simple isn't it? could submit his or her bill for that service in lieu of paymentfor
positive vote was cast by Commissionermes THE BENEFITS to Commissioner Ramsey are obvious.No the city garbage collection.
Richardson. more nasty phone calls. No more time wasted on setting Anyone wishing to haul his or her own trash would have to
Later that year, in November, there was a move rates or deciding when people can take their garbage to the put it in the city's land fill. A receipt from there would serveas
lift the ban for just one day, New Years Eve curb. a substitute for the bill from the private collector at bill-
72.73 which fall The benefits to the people of Gainesville are even greater. paying time.
just happened to on a Sunday.
.. THIS PLAN ISN'T PERFECT, but it offers considerablymore
Richard Jones and Commissionerid ,
ten-mayor freedom of choice than the current set-up. Fur
present mayor) Joseph Little recommendedainst thermore just like the current system it assures that
it. everyone's trash will be picked up.
This year the question is pretty much up in the OPINION Any plan that leaves the government in the garbage
Commissioner Russell Ramsey has indicated business is inherently defective. The city could use its positionto
extend its control over the private collectors. Furthermore
would favor such a vote, and Commissioner
the potential for building a small bureaucracy is built into
.S. Talbot while personally opposed to the something like this.
nday sale of liquor, has said he would not mind First they would have a choice in the matter of garbage Despite these defects. I would still recommend this plan to
referendum if one were proposed. collection. They could contract with anyone who would be the city commissioners. It would still offer the people of'
student Government-City Commission relations willing to take it away. If they wanted they could haul it Gainesville some choice and knock down the price of garbage
themselves.
re never been particularly strong, but we hope collection.
Second they would undoubtedly save money. Everythingthe Besides. I know that the commission could never buy the
ton and his cabinet can generate enough supportthe government does is either over-priced or subsidized by idea of getting out of the garbage business entirely.
Commission to at least put the question to other revenue. Garbage collection is not subsidized. HOW ABOUT IT Commissioner Ramsey?
voters.

Who knows an issue like this may even turn out

mythical student vote.
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Society has wrona idea about druas

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. PERSONALLY, I feel that any drug can be used or abused, about it, is that to most of society, drugs and a working
t would like t to comment on Drew Dahl's recent article in depending on the drug itself and who is using the drug. Some knowledge of their respective histories physiological effects
July 8th Alligator concerning the hallucinogenic psilocybin drugs are more easily abused than others. This alone has and psychological effects are indeed foreign.As .
mushroom. I quote from his article: the psilocybin failed to show up as a major criteria for society's decisions on long as this remains the case we continue to live our livesas
mushroom, which is considered"in the same legal category of what drugs are to be legal or illegal. puppets tied to strings operated by no-minds in society.
narcotics as cocaine and LSD. Dahl I do not wish to pick on you specifically. I actually WHENEVER 1 think of the number of traffic fatalities
I feel that Dahl, as well as the general public, should be enjoyed your article and found it rather informative However, which can be traced to alcohol, along with liver disease, brain
made aware of the fact that neither LSD, cocaine or innocent mistake is indicative of
your society's outlook on the damage, first admissions to mental institutions, countless
psilocybin are even in the same ballpark as narcotics. drug world and the ludicrous manner in which it chooses to broken homes.
LSD and psilocybin are both hallucinogens and cocaine is handle these foreign, and evil agents. All there is left to say is "Drink up Shriners!"
an amphetamine with local anesthetic effects. Putting them in The one thing that puts a pain in my gut every time I think Richard Mufson 6AS
the same class with the narcotics which include codeine, arc----
opium, ,morphine heroin methadone, etc., is grossly indicative o//'W04 -
of the public's ignorance on the subject of drugs, :',,' '" "
their effects, and their respective potentials for use. as well as }
abuse. .' "f/{
THIS OUTRIGHT ignorance falls hand i in hand withsociety.s :

refusal to recognize drugs such as nicotine caffeine ,
and alcohol as potentially dangerous drugs or even drugs at "
all!

This line of thinking also accounts for the fact that society
(tills its jails with people who have been busted for possessionof
a mere few joints of marijuana while at the same time t s
allowing alcohol to be sold over the counter like it was candy. sm"F ,r k
Even more to my dismay the people who probably know 1
the least about drugs both licit and illicit, are the very people
who make the'laws, interpret the laws, and enforce the laws
concerning the use of drugs.
,Even our very own Food and Drug Administration refusesto
give drugs like alcohol the same consideration as other
products which are so heavily screened and tested for our so
called, 'protection" ((1)) before making their entrance on the
market to be sold.
The only thing left forone to do is to look at society with a
bird's eye view as a bunch of bumbling idiots who attempt to
control the use of drugs and at the same time knowing zilch
'about them.
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Student questionsAn building prioritiesof ( Win a date )

Open Letter To Dr. Marston: the standing structure.
Dear Dr. Marston: The lack of funds available have limited xeroxed copies of
I, am one of many students who resent the, proposed essential class material as well as such small necessities as ,He hopes to score with
commitment' 5200,000) for the mass seating facility. proportion wheels and copy paper. The size of the faculty
In my opinion, if Florida Foundations, Inc. or any private remains stable while. the enrollment swelled 30 per cent this his guitar-playing
group wishes to fund the facility that is perfectly acceptable. past year. toes'I I
However the use of UF's and Board of Regents' money for If you do not think this affected the quality of teaching ask
mind. overburdened with hundreds of to Dear Ms. Mara
the project boggles my any professor extra papers
The priority of money utilization must be re-examined. grade. If that is not sufficient proof ask any student who A few days ago, a couple of toadies and I were sitting
Surely, you are aware of the dire need of funds for a new sweated their way through a class accompanied by the around the frat guzzling Old Mil) when the topic of con-
College of Journalism and Communications. The ac- distracting sounds of ROTC drill calls. versation turned to the latest Janis Mara column in the
creditation of the College was threatened solely by the quality These problems are so commonplace in our college that we Alligator. Most of the little Droogies were convinced that you
have softened to the fact that gradual mediocrity is acceptable: were either a homosexual man or a dyke. I suggested that you
to UF regents. are probably neither, just lonely. One,thing led to another
Indnjondent
The You would not have students and faculty making do if (also one beer whizzed to another) and before I knew it, I had
everyone was aware of the possible use of$14.1 million by the bet that I not only could win the date, but that I could score.
Florida Alligator .. regents for this mass seating facility. They would be raising FOR ANY ordinary fellow,this might be a pretty tall order
but no bunny has ever turned me down, and I don't see why

Gory 8010"0" hell.But you probably know that because you have cunninglymade you should be any different. Call it anything you like, but I
Adelman
Rick
Editor A News,Editor this move in the summer when most students are off have what it takes to please women:
Sport the premises. I play guitar with my toes, kazoo with my nose. My name,
Please think again about using state education and you will know, it is Rex.I .-
university funds for the mass seating facility Dr. Marston. I tell fortunes at cards I can leap fifty yards (I'm renownedfor
John Moron 'Or better visit the of my aerial sex!) .
yet, why not pay us a over at College
Photo Editor Journalism and I CAN BEAT Bobby and Boris blindfolded at blitz. I can

-- Communications.:1.hey 1 a.rSI m,er out'bull Bill Buckley after 4 or 5 Schlitz.
\ 4JMGIVE You can see why I give all the other guys fits And you don't
r know half just a few little bits. ,
.. """l9 1'tr w" +Mtf i I'm hard to equal and can't be beat. So just consider
ffIIo. yourself in for a treat.
'IV- Rex MecklerHe's

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ITS JULY the fifteenth of seventy-five ..
You're seeking a date, sans all the jive.

Mark down this famous day and..year ,
You inspired this missive, Janis my dear.
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pFEl1IR ITS GOOD that looks aren't important to most
For little of those have I to boast. ,
Ability to listen should hit the spot
As the ears on my head stick out a lot. '


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But you say you have eyes for a dangling femur.' -
The size of the ship is not the notion
But rather the movement within the ocean. I

AS YOU wander through life, no matter your Real
Keep your eye on the donut and not on the hole.
I'm not very handsome and not very strong,
But in a cabin in a snowstorm. I'm the one you want along.
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Environmental concern FRESHMEN AND PARENTS-



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Alligator Staff WriterIt monitor changes our drilling may cause in the .-1' ..: ...,' ,
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appears that oil is well in Ocala National' laboratory in Gainesville."

Forest. Amoco leased large amounts of land in should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:
for orientation, you
Despite public concern at reports of Ocala National Forest several While you ,are here :
yean ago.
American Oil Co.Amoco( : ) drilling for oil in BROOKS SPECULATED, "I believe theyare SHOP and BOOKSTORE,located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We

the forest an Ocala National Forest just covering themselves in case they strike are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently. located for you,
technician and a UFgeology professor feel the oil. the -
All major oil companies own vast student.
project is being handled responsibly. areas of Florida." the
According to Joel Power senior advisor to Power agreed noting "We leased the
the Public and Government Affairs land to research the possibilities of oil, After
Department of Amoco clearing began in various aboveground tests, our geologists toldus '(j, .'
mid-June with conservation measures being there were only two likely places in the '-; ;:"
observed from the start. entire forest. They are our present site three I i :
"WE HAVE ABSOLUTE control over the and a half miles northwest of Juniper Springsand .
surface McDuffy said. "They only lease the a site by Alexander Springs." >

sub-surface." All three say the land leased in Ocala '.\,.
According to Joel Power senior advisor to National Forest are not "sensitive" areas ,. ."
Public and Government Affairs Departmentof ones tagged for conservation. .,)"
Amoco clearing began in mid-June with "We haven't leased any of the sensitive land, L '',. ...
conservation measures being observed from such as Juniper Springs" McDuffy said. '
the start. "Even if we did want to conserve leased
"First we had to protect the root system:' surface land the companies can slant drill ... -
explained Power. "We couldn t use -
from outside the area. iwt.ww wart.. 'i W..
bulldozers or any other heavy equipment. We EMPHASIZING THE SAFETY methods
also mulched the tree stumps grinding them employed by ,the forest. McDuffy said,
into chips instead of disturbing the "Before anyone can drill any kind of well the
(remaining) root svstem.' federal and state geology departments must
Dr. Harold K. Brooks. UF geology okay it."There. .

professor agreed the environment was will be no short cuts, no expense M Y
protected noting. "These companies have spared concerning conservation," McDuffy b --..

drilling techniques down so well you could continued. :,: .. ".. ,.,
walk through most Florida"oil fields and not "Leases are in such demand we can demandany .",0 .-> >\ 11IIi',, .,""': ..,...,.. '.."*'.....'M-. >..., "' ";; .
even know they are there. conservation measures we want. We can 'M-
POWER NOTED OTHER METHODS of have only one well for every 40 acres" he said.
conservation Amoco is employing. "We put ina Power noncommittal '
about Amoco'schances
the cleared was TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED I \ ARCHITECTURE(< & ENGINEERING
plank road and also covered of striking oil.
work area with wooden planks. This protectsthe "WE'RE TRYING TO ASSESS the GYM OUTFITS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
root system. provides a stable work area geologic potential of the region" Power said. SWEATSHIRTS ARTS & CHAFFS SUPPLIES
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which appeared April 13. : ',' i f: /; ." '1 Gainesville Area Ministerial
'. 1975. found that 66 per cent ,: : f' Association. Rev. R.T.
of Gainesville residents Rusidell of the Parkview
favored the Sunday sale of ,i'\ -. ;i'j Baptist Church, said the
alcoholic beverages.SG association composed of local
hopes to work with clergymen has no official
other interested parties to position on the issue. But the
repeal the Sunday ban. majority of members oppose
Bosnian said.Telephone. Sunday sales he said.
calls to city THE PROPONENTS OF
M commissioners indicated Sunday sales cite economic
there is a good chance of hindrances and abridgmentof
E getting a referendum, by constitutional rights as
commission vote.Commissioner. reasons to change the law.
Russell Bryant owner of the Wine
:ti Ramsey said he favors a and Cheese Gallery and a
referendum and is willing to' member of the board ot
abide by the decision of the directors of the Great
majority of Gainesville voters. Southern Music Hall said he
MayorCommissionerJoseph has difficulty keeping his
Little said he wouldnot restaurant open Sunday
oppose a referendum. He because of the ban on
aid he does not feel strongly alcoholic beverage sales.
cither way about the issue. He also said it is difficult to
Little added he has not seen have entertainment at the
any great desire among the Great Southern Sunday
people for a change in the because concession sales are a
law, and that is why the issue big part of their business.
has not come UPhCommissioner Bryant said the law on
W.S. Talbot liquor safes should reflect the
said he would not mind a changes in Gainesville's social
referendum if someone make-up.
proposes one. But he is THE FOOD AND
personally opposed to the BEVERAGE director of the
Sunday sale of liquor, he said.A Gainesville Hilton Phillipe
'
,. ,0. spokeswoman for Mesnil..said the Sunday ban
Commissioner Aaron Green I1 I1A has definitely had a large
: \ !said Green did not want to tBtJSCHI1 adverse effect on both the
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make a public statement now. Hilton's restaurant and hotel!
"., ..' Commissioner James business. Sunday' sales ot
: I Richardson could not be alcohol are a large part ot
reached.SG business in other places he
MUST REQUEST a has worked. Mesnil said.
referendum to amend the city The Sunday ban keeps,
... .
0.. charter for it to be binding. conventions away from the
Fagan said.ELSEWHERE. i Hilton, he said. Conventions -
are often booked on
,J.\cQ.Ul 3ON IN THE the weekend and they want to
COMMUNITY, Michael drink Mesnil said.
Bryant an attorney and "WHO'S GOING TO
... .
:! '... : .' restaurant owner is soundingout HAVE a nice meal without
.t. .- other restaurant and "
!; : wine? he asked.
< .f lounge owners on possiblemoves The manager of the Flagler
...
'. to repeal the Sundayban.
Inn. Bob Baker also said his
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..dI. business has been hurt by the
effort is in the embryonicstage. Sunday ban. He said he
<, leading opponent of in the quality of the community !favors liquor sales after
In spite of recent interest Sunday liquor sales. Rev. But he declined to church on Sunday.
the issue of Sunday liquor reveal his evidence because he t
( N.D. Langford of the North Tecler, the foi 'per
sales does not appear to be Central Baptist Church said said he does not want to give restaurant owner and ie-
particularly important to he has many people and not the opposition a chance to time crusader for Si ay
most Gainesville residents. only Baptists who are opposed come up with rebuttals. sales, said the ban :t
I tAMPAC \ THE GAINESVILLEAREA to Sunday sales. Theyare THIESSE SAID HE violation of constituti
Chamber of Com ready to mobilize with SOUGHT crime reports rights. He attributed
merce attempted a survey <<;>tIts telephone calls he added."I tracing the effect of Sunday absence of efforts to rep
members on the issue of AM AGAINST any liquor sales from Alachua the Sunday ban to apathythe '
Sunday sales at the end ot further extension of the County municipalities which part of most people in
1974. Only 40 replied out of nation's number one drug permit Sunday sales. But Gainesville.SG .
...tI 1,100 members who receivedthe problem." Langford said. "I. there are no such reports he is pushing to get:
.. '" \ newsletter with the don't want to give one inch." said. Sunday sales of booze becauseit
questionnaire.Still Langford said it is a moral Langford said there .are was part of the Action
ever since Gainesvillehas issue to him. He said he is many more important issuesto party's platform in the ,last
allowed the sale of liquor. against anything which deal with and he does not election. Bosman said he
the Sunday ban has been inctl'ec't. detracts from the community want to get involved in the !said it was in the platform
pointing to alcohol related issue of Sunday sales. Neitherdo because Action party which
A former restaurant owner crime family problems and the city and county he won the election thought the
who was; active in past attempts drunk driving. added. It is only one or two Sunday ban was an.issue most
to repeal the Sundayban. Langford said he has "selfish" restaurant owners students opposed.
Benjamin Tecler. blames statistics and documented who want to revive the issue. A referendum has to be on
the continuation of the ban on evidence proving that Sunday Langford said"l'h'e the ballot 30 days before the

the Baptist church., liquor sales make a difference president of the election Fagan said.



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KEITH MOYER American Association of University Professors-Florida concerned with student rights such as the right to appeal
Alligator Staff Writer (AAUP-Fla.) Vice Chairman Ron Carpenter said students' grades, university committee membership and parking
While UF professors express doubts that students will ever chances of ever having,a strong hand in collective bargainingwere availabilities.
have a, strong voice in the collective bargaining process, "slim." UNITED FACULTY of Florida UF chapter President Dr.
student body officials claim they will work for just that. CARPENTER SAID professors would be hesitant to in. Melvyn New said, "In a collective bargaining situation,
Student participation and representation in UF collective clude students explaining "the professors will not want their students should have input."
bargaining sessions is an active goal of UF Student Body voice diffused or altered or their thoughts weakened by the New was unsure as whether students should have any
President Jim Eaton this fall. voices that may not be appreciative of their (the professors') active status in collective bargaining.He .
"STUDENTS SHOULD definitely be involved in collective needs." said it would be necessary to separate graduate student
bargaining," Eaton said. "I do not see any mechanism for a student vote in collective from undergraduate students when speaking of collective
Eaton said if students do not look out for their own interests bargaining" Carpenter said. bargaining. He said graduate Students who are teaching
in collective bargaining, no one else will. The Montana state legislature recently became the first state courses at UF should be eligible to participate! in collective
Student Body Vice President Dan Lobeck said student in the nation to pass a bill giving students the right to participate bargaining.
participation in collective bargaining was one of the issues in collective bargaining between public colleges and LYNN McNEAL, president of the UF Graduate Student
dealt with in his party's platform .prior to the last student their faculties. Union, an affiliate of the United Faculty of Florida said it
body elections. THE BILL PERMITS a student representative to observe was doubtful that the Florida Legislature would pass a law
THE PLATFORM called for legislative action to ensure negotiations as a member of the university bargaining team, similar to Montana's. She said such a proposal would
that any collective bargaining scheme include 'a required to participate in caucuses of that team, to meet and confer probably meet in the same fate in the legislature as a recent
signature of a representative of the student body, preferablyafter with representatives of both sides before negotiations begin, proposal to place a student representative. on the Florida
a campus referendum before any agreements could and to meet with the Board of Regents before a contract is Board of Regents.
become effective. ratified. McNeal said she thought it would be quite a while before
The platform also called for an effort to "persuade faculty Representatives of both the American Federation of laws' were passed to include undergraduate students in
members that collective bargaining is an unprofessional Teachers and the AAUP testified in favor of the bill. collective bargaining.
approach to a professional job and has no place in an in- A. 1974 Alligator survey showed that a majority of UF "It was tough enough getting the law for collective
stitution of higher education." faculty felt collective bargaining .negotiations should be bargaining" McNeal said.





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ZORBA THE GREEK
RED BEARD
ALL. CAMPUS J. WAYNE Ran UNION

GAMES PRESENTS


TOURNAMENT 'YOU'RE A GOOD MAN


CHARLIE BROWN'A
Open to students, staff and
faculty. Compete in the
t I +. events of choice
VAn your : Dinner Theatre
w bumper pool, billiards,
bowling table tennis and
many more.Sign Produced
by Chad Reed
up now in the Games
The film is set in the slums of 19th century Area. Events begin July 28th. FEATURING
Japan. A doctor known as "Red Beard" For
more information
,
The
Walter
operates, a hospital with dictatorial contact 3921637. -Plinqe Players
arrogance and shows.. little consideration for
f his staff but6 he is greatly sympathetic to the
suffering of his patients. The story shows
how love and compassion, if fought for, can
surface among the dregs of humanity. In
Englishman comes to Crete to Japanese with English subtitles.
develop on old mine he has in-
herited. There he meets, hires SUN., JULY 27 '- 7:00; 9:30 '
: :!, t
and befriends Zorba' an 2ND FLOOR AUD., ) < .

earthy joyous, exuberant, .
REITZ UNION 50c "
extravagant man.
Starring Anthony Quinn
and Alan Bates. It Saturday July 26 7:00: )( 'p.m.

FRI. & SAT,, JULY 25 & 26 Last ,chance to sign up for Wine in the J. Wayne Reitz- Union Ballroom
Appreciation Class., Meets Fridays
7:00; 9:30 7:00-8:30 Register in Rm. 330, JWRU Ticket sales begin July 7th at the .

2ND FLOOR AUD., University Box Office I Constans Theatre )J.

REITZ UNION 50c Students $5.00
.. General Public $6.50Page



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Contracts and Grants Funded Profs


Get Added Summer Pay

r r
r i. Nine-month appointment faculty members whose salaries are paid in whole or in part
from contract and 'grant funds will receive additional pay for work this summer j :
Vice-President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan has announced. :
The extra pay will range up to 5.1 per cent of the nine-month rate and will be paid in one
DR.BILL MENDENHALL sum as part of the last biweekly pay period of the quarter. DR.JEKOLD BOZARTH
Promoted Nine-month faculty members are paid 28.2 per cent of their annual rate for a full load Here From Iowa
during the summer quarter.Under the new procedure,the salary rate is 33.3 per cent for;
Mendenhall Is those paid from contract and grant funds.If RehabilitatationCounseling
a faculty member is paid from both the state salary fund and a contract and grant

Assistant Dean and account grant,he fund.will receive the additional pay only for that portion coming from the contract Gets

The Division of Sponsored Research must approve all requests for the additional pay
Student Services before forwarding to the Office of Academic Affairs for final approval Budget request New ChairmanDr.
change Form 250 should be initiated by deans, directors or department chairpersons to
Jerold D. Bozarth, experienced in
Dr. William R "Bill" Mendenhall, whom the affected faculty members are assigned. rehabilitation counseling education and

assistant to the vice-president for Student research, is new professor and chairmanof
Affairs for the past two and one-half years, the Department of Rehabilitation
has been named assistant dean for Student Lake Wauburg Offers RecreationFor Counseling in the College of Health
Services by Dean Thomas G. Goodale. Related Professions.Dr. .
Mendenhall will be director of admini- UF and GuestsLake .Bozarth comes from Iowa City,Iowa
strative services and new student pro Community where he served the past two years as
grams. He will be responsible for new director of research and continuing educa-
student orientation programs budgetaryand Wauburg, the University's outdoor recreation area nine miles south of UF on tion for the Iowa Mental Health Authorityand
administrative matters,student paraprofessional Highway 441,offers swimmingboating,fishing, picnicking and playground area for UF as clinical associate professor of
programs and Office of students,faculty,staff and their guests.The area is open noon to 8 p.m. weekdays and 10 psychiatry and counselor education at the
Student Services publications. He will also a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends; it is closed on Mondays. To be admitted at the checkpoint, University of Iowa. From 1971 to 1973, be
continue as an assistant .professor of each vehicle must contain a passenger,with a current University of Florida identificationcard. was director of research at the Universityof
sociology.The ., Arkansas in Fayetteville.
32-year old Indiana native holds B.s. Swimming is limited to those times when a lifeguard is on duty-from noon to 5 p.m. A native of Peoria, HL, Dr. Bozarth
and M.S. degrees from Indiana State, weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 5 pan Saturday and Sunday. earned his bachelor's degree in social
Ph.D. from FSU and was on the Board of Fishermen are permitted to enter the area at dawn on Saturdays and Sundays to fish studies and master's degree in counselingand
Regents staff before Joining the UF staff in off the dock.Boats without motors are permitted in the area,including sailboats, canoes .guidance at Bradley University in
1972. rowboats, etc.Barbecue Peoria. He became director of rehabilitation -
grills and picnic tables are available and a covered eating area was added services at Peoria State Hospital in
Loyce Sparkman earlier this year to provide picnickers with rain protection.Nets 1958 and two years later filled the same
are available for volleyball, badminton, etc., but players must bring their own position at the Illinois State Psychiatric
equipment. Institute in Chicago.In 1963,he entered the
Leaves Assistant University of Iowa and earned his Ph.D. in
rehabilitation counseling.

Dean Position Hassle Free Volunteers VA Grant Opens


Assistant Dean for Student Services for Fall' QuarterThe Health Science
Loyce Sparkman will leave the Universityof Sought
Florida September J to accompany her
husband to Kansas State University Office of Student Service's"Hassle Free"program is seeking off where he will serve as Assistant Professorof volunteers for fall quarter., Hassle Free volunteers are residents apartment
Educational Administration.Dean complexes trailer parks, rooming houses, etc., who serve as information and referral College of Health Related Profes-
Sparkman has been at Florida persons for other students living in their area. sions has received a $535,527 grant from
seven and a half years, coming in 1967 as Volunteers are equipped with the dates, deadlines, rules and regulations, and other the Veterans Administration which will
Assistant Dean of Women. She has servedas information needed to assist fellow students living away from the campus.According to enable health personnel with associates
advisor to Mortar Board, Alpha Assistant Dean for Student Services Bob Burrell, information training sessions will be degrees to attain a new bachelor of health
Lambda Delta student honorary, Womenin held for volunteers Just prior to fan quarter. science (BHS) degree.
Communications student chapter, and Burrell noted that volunteers are particularly: needed to serve as resource persons for The first class of 15 will be accepted for
the Panhellenic Council. new students in September. To volunteer, call Student Services 392-1261 or stop by 129 ,September.. Participants will include respiratory -
Tigert Hall. therapists, dental hygienists,
nurses, radiologic technologists and phy
Adult Education sician's assistants.
According to Dr. Howard K. Suzuki,
'Summer and Smoke' To Close
Meeting Is TodayThe Dean of the College of Health Related
Professions and director of the new BHS

campus-wide interdisciplinary com- Florida Players Summer RepThe program, the seven-year grant includes
mittee on adult education will meet from salary money for two additional faculty
10 a.m.to noon today in Room 240 Norman members as well as extended use of
Hall.; AU interested faculty are invited to Florida Players Summer Repertory Theatre's final presentation, "Summer and existing faculty in the J., Hillis Miller
attend the meeting of the group, whose Smoke," continues evenings through Saturday at 8 pan in Constans Theatre. UF Health Center colleges and other affiliated
official title was changed at its last students are admitted free. There is a $2 charge for general public including children. colleges of the University.President's .

meeting "Committee on Professional
Development of Adult; Education Person DINNER THEATRE Honor

nel." A "soup to peanuts" dinner theatre presentation of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Roll CertificatesCan
Brown"is scheduled for Saturday in the Reitz Union Ballroom.Dinner is served at 7 p.m.
Changed Address Lately? and the play begins at 8:15.: Student tickets for dinner and play are$Non-students,are Be, Picked Up
$6.
Let Registrar Know Students who earned a 4.0 spring quarter
UNIVERSITY GALLERYThe carrying 12 or more credit hours may pick
Students who have recently changed up their President's Honor Roll certifi-
their local or hometown address should fill works of 40 living American artists-covering the spectrum of the contemporary cates in the President's Office, 226 Tigert,
out a change of address form in the artists-are represented in the Contemporary Graphics Exhibition currently being shownat from 8 a.m. to 5 p.ra. weekdays. ,
Registrar's Office, 33 Tigert Hall. Other the University Gallery.The The cost of mailing certificates to the
wise, registration appointments, grades, free exhibition, which will continue through Aug. 15, is on loan to UF from the almost 1,000 students on the Honor Roll
or other important information may be University of South Florida, Art Bank. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 1 each quarter runs approximately $350 per
lost or delayed in the mail p.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays and closed on Saturday. year on postage alone.

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KEITH MOYER HE IS A VETERAN behind the control boards. Since he "nice jobs like this let it !go to their heads.. I don't want 10, TELEVISION and newspapers,"' Willie said. A At

Alligator Staff Writer broke into the broadcasting business in 1970. he has.worked happen to I !& \ all converge. Come together with each other to try to ,'* N

for many !stations,, including WAKA in Gainesville and most feel better.'. \ser to the people and help them. They should try)' to t

The I 11 1 p.m. nws: is coming to an end, The disc. jockey recently WTUF-FM in Thomasville, Ga. AS THE. l> Peopletogether. All of the people, white black and

!shuffles through records finds the ones he wants, and cues About two months ago.. WRUF had an opening for a disc: signs off ( a \' ." +n ,
them on the turntables at his side. He clears his throat twists jockey for their regular Saturday night "soul" show. Willie "I'LL' vorld' is in terrible shape. Its s messed up and it's not 1.

various control board knobs and he is on. had worked as an occasional backup to WRUF's former YOU ," get any better with people lighting," Willie con-
"GOOD EVENING GAINESVILLE ITS THE MAN OF "soul"disc jockey James "Bebop" Brown who now, works for "We have the mass media which is capable of
JOY WILLIE 'D' BRINGING DOWN THE SOUNDS \WGGG in Gainesville. When the opening became available.. During t ; millions of people and it isn't put to best t use. We ii YNtr Y

JUST FOR YOU. irS ELEVEN-O-FIVE IN THE CITY."" Willie was chosen to replace Brown. broader if f this 20th century technology and millions of people
WILLIE "D" is Willie Dozier. He hosts Gainesville's only His hands constantly moving searching for records, coming' (, .ing and tfntitlnn. It's!* a real shame.,

"soul"\ radio show every Saturday night from II p.m. to J putting records away, cueing records and pushing control and Muddy '
a.m. on\ WRUF-AM. Because he has a late night show, Willie. buttons Willie quietly talks about himself and his plans."I ,whites,' y ON. DIG 1T. YOU GOT LOVE POWER.iVILLIE"D" .

"D" runs very f few commercials and plays lots of music. WILL DEFINITELY stay in radio for awhile. It's my was singing it ( ) r

It is through his music that Willie "D" projects his personal destiny to be in this business. It must be. because I'm here.'" good. I the night Willie never misses a cue.. Ocy -

message to his listeners. Willie said. "I'1 don't' know where this will all lead me but I and white, .: ghout he stands to stretch his legs and dance to the music T J
"My message is love," said Willie "D", "love through God. think I would like to eventually end up in television work or WILLIE Iy y It is obvious that he enjoys his work.. ..

But I don't necessarily get my message across with 'my own maybe even motion pictures. In the meantime my job here is helping. )\' hep"II"I ph LOVE IT, This is where my God wants me to be..
words. I let the words to the songs I play do it. Almost all a good stepping stone. WRUF should be commended for dance to, for me. leads back to God. It's a beautiful b Yy p t,
hlack artists are conveying the same message love throughGod having the only "soul" show in Gainesville."" lower prices ng.Willie said "and people are beautiful."

for all people."" lime," he ,, worlAi Ai long night comes to an end, Willie "D"' does his
WILLIE ADDED THAT soul music is a direct derivative of ""COME ON NOW PEOPLE. LET THE SOUL POUR like that: i
last time.
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GAINESVILLE. LETS GET DOWN."" small Bible his side, not to read but :Jf' < '; 'i: r a\ ,;W Willie "D" keeps a by ERS AND SISTERS. MAY'GOD BLESS YOU ..""", ..If ,j -- I; ;'" t"Ih" ."
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Willie has a third-class radio operator's' license and attends to remind him. "It reminds me that I'm' just a regular human GRITTY <'EEP YOU AND DONT YOU DARE GO WILLIE"D" DOZIER photo foe I

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By BILL BERLOW at 717 SW 4th Ave. He is a former UF student Lancaster Youth Development Center in he's in for murder, torget it."
'Alligator Staff Writer. who ,served 21 months of a five-year sentencein Trenton tQ interact with the young offerders. One firm Gainesville Nursery and Garden
federal prison for dealing drugs. THE OFFENDERS SENT to Trenton are Center,has employed ex-convicts in the work-
Tony Webb is a friendly, soft spoken man The most important aspect of the program called "students" and Gordon said "nobody. release program and still does.
of 30. He looks older. Webb is a newcomer to i is for the ex-convict to learn to accept that he leaves Trenton. without a,place to go." The work-release program is under the
Gainesville* ,He ha He got out of Raiford'July 1. He looked for aid. job/' he said.However Rehabilitative Services. The persons par-
help at the:First Step, a new program for ex "PEOPLE INVOLVED in First Step finding a job with a felony record ticipating in work-release are still inmates.
convicts. -". probably have better luck finding a job than behind you is not always the easiest of tasks. They are supervised by counselors and
First Step's main objective is to help the ex- the average ex-offender because they have Most jobs which require bonding are closedto must fulfill several requirements in order to
convict make a successful readjustment to more motivation," Winder explained. ex-convicts: any job where alcohol is'sold' particiaate.
society and to maintain the ex-convict's Winder added that a typical attitude jobs in which money is transacted, and even THEY MUST BE EMPLOYED.
freedom. It n the only voluntary organizationin among many ex-convicts is "society did this to some department store jobs. The inmates must report to work punctuallyand
Gainesville of this type. me therefore I'm not to blame." He said return immediately after work to the
"FINDING A JOB is a primary need for many of these people eventually wind up backin BONDING IS A security process which adjustment center where they live. Counselors
the ex-offender." Jon Winder, the program's prison. permits an employe to be put in a position of drop them off and pick them up at work.
director and-an ex-convict himself, said. Samson volunteers work with the younger financial trust. Two inmates in both work-release and First-
Beside being First Step's director, Winderis exconvicts.Joe: Employmenthleh requires the possessionof Step are Merri Meyer and Sandy Carlisle.
a counselor with the Comprehensive Gordon, director of the UF volunteer a firearm is also off limits. for
is 24. She heroin addict
Meyer was a
Employment Training Act Program located organization said Samson workers go to the Many employers hesitate to hjre ex-convicts four years and served two-and-a-half years in
because of possible risk. in Marion
Lowell State Prison for Women
Webb for instance has already'inquired County for armed robbery.
t;. about a maintenance job (he, is an air conditioning -
IS OLDER. She served six-
\ CARLISLE
and )
refrigeration specialist at
federal then four
and-a-halfyearsin a prison
Maracaibo Apartments on SW 34th Avenue.He .
more years in Lowell for entering without
was denied employment there becausehe breaking with intent to commit a felony, and
would have been in possession of a master. violation of probation.
key, Pay Lynn of Maracaibo said.
Meyer works in the Office of Human
"IF ANYTHING disappeared in an Services at Santa Fe Community College as a
apartment,you know who would be accused para-professional counselor. She got the job
Lynn said. "It would be unfair of me to hire through people at Santa Fe. who were aware
him because it would put him in a position to of her situation.
be accused of something I wish I could help Carlisle could not find a job as easily.
him' but there's no way I can," she said.A .
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random survey of eight employers in receptive initially, then you never hear from
Gainesville showed various
policies regardingthe "
them again, she said.
hiring of ex-convicts.
She,finally was employed as a carpenter at
FOUR OF THE EIGHT said they will not Cabinets by Hartman. Her boss, Eddie
hire anyone with a felony record. One said his Hartmen, said it didn't make any differenceto
firm has no policy regarding the hiring of ex-: him that Carlisle had a felony record.
offenders. Two firms Southern Bell and

Kaplan Home Improvement, Co., said they
weight the merits of each prospective em. "At the time I just needed somebody to
ploye. work," he said.

Irving Kaplan, owner of Kaplan Home Winder noted that some employers are
Improvement, said hiring an ex-offender more willing to hire someone in work-release.
would depend on what he was arrested for, The employer knows the person could go backto
"'I o": .i i..: .. "'" --.." .. and whether he feels the person could be jail if he or she is not responsible.
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hosting two movies which the film is in the casting and importance to his thematic

By SHEILA DRAPER GREAT SOUTHERN MUSIC HALL 233 despite themselves. once acting of Beau Bridges who, motifs he haphazardly lumps

Alligator Staff Writer, W. University Ave. I'm beginning to think again prove the idiocy of that while looking embarrassed at them all together into a

the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band has set cut-throat competition which having to( ,slog through this quirky, uneven motion
S I PUB-921 W University Ave.d temporary residence in Gainesville much up to(a. masquerades" under the rubric trifle nonetheless proves the picture.
Murphy, a husband and wife "sport. movie's best actor in his roleas
A
my pleasure. Dirt Band
performance is fun OSTENSIBLY A STORY
(team will take you to the Ap- and damned One film a love story Kinmont's lover. .
enjoyable to listen to. And they'll entitled "The Other about a 700-mile horse race
ountains with their clean picking be Side of As for Marilyn Hassett who
playing
Thursday night at 8 and 11 "
sponsored by a ,
p.m. the Mountain newspaper
; weekend. Not only is the music for $4.50. It's fright weekend concerns portrays the heroine, the less
at the Great "Bullet"
[>ut so are the tales told in betweenis Southern with "The Exorcist" itself with the victory mania of said about her pulpy gathers an
showing in the of
assemblage top-flight
spot is recommend for those skiing playoffs. The other a theatrics the better.
evening and "Psycho" showing at 12:30: a.m. actors (Gene Hackman,
Western called "Bite
] to spend a casual and relaxedh the WOULD THAT I WISH
for the and
Friday
Saturday midnight movie. James Coburn, and Ben
of beer and friend.F Bullet depicts a brutal this
a same attitude could be
a mug For $2
be
you can frozen in fear with the Johnson) and then gives them
marathon horse
'Neither "
AND BOTTLE 5220 SW 13 infamous shower race. extended to "Bite the Bullet
scene. little to do but mouth trite
agine getting an education while flick is worthy of a cinephile'stime. a perfectly dreadful film by

[rtained. That seems to be Chuck Richard: Brooks ("Elmer aphorisms (Hackman has

[forte as'he combines poems, songs HIPPODROME THEATER 1540 NW "The Other Side of the Gantry," "In Cold Blood"). more than anybody) and ride
s by T.S. Eliot Carl Sandburg. 53rd Ave.-The Hippodrome has moved to a Mountain" is the true tale of ,
new location and they are so pleased with the Olympic hopeful Jill
Ire, and Kurt Vonnegut
don't worry about the show amongt being larger space they are inviting the public to a Kinmont who survived a An Alligator "

cerebral, Mitchell is plainly Hippo Hop on Friday at 8:30: p.m. There will tragic hillside catastropheonly
be live 50's music a dance contest and free to become a I
t. and well-read.
garrulous simply
[how is at 9 p.m. There is no cover, beer. Help them celebrate the opening of their quadriplegic. Up,to the time Arts ReviewBy
new playhouse. Tickets are S3 stag and $6 of her accident powderedsnow
I is a one drink minimum.D .
GANDALF'SI2JOO NW 6th drag (in advance) and $3.50 at the door. had been her life; after

LAMPLIGHTER 1 NW 16th Ave. the disaster she
found
i Conner who plays guitar and sings far the bigger disap- sweaty steeds. Of course as
Feelings a rock and roll band with a fantastic renewed strength in her workat
[sent live acoustic music at pointment of our two films in the film progresses a numberof
lead will be
guitar providing the music this an Indian school.
le's living room away from home this review, "Bullet" quickly contestants are eliminatedfrom
weekend. The band starts playing at 9 LEAVE IT to the
I The show starts at 9 p.m. and therent p.m. dissolves into an indecisive the race and all with
and there is $1 cover on Friday and Saturday moviemakers to take this real
mishmash of Western
cover charge. cliches due pomp and platitude to be
nights. life account, with its
TER BAY State Raod 26 in potentialfor stereotypal characters and sure. By the time the
THE MONK'S INN1305 NW 5th
Ave. the in-
commentary on
Uncle Jubal, two men cobble editing. A movie that denouement crunches down
young
Far from a true lamasary this spot is quite dominability of the human
riginal country-folk tunes will be aspires to the heights of such onto the viewer he may well be
enjoyable with its quiet wooden atmosphere., spirit and turn it into a
classics "Shane" and .
as
jat "the Bay" Friday and Saturday pondering the shekels he
Bill and Jeannie will again offer their live maudlin, turgidly paced
ginning at 8 p.m. On Sunday night. "High Noon" (or so the flick'sadvertising lavished on the price of themovie's
acoustic music on piano flute, and guitar this clump of sentimentality.With ) "Bullet"fails
,
per balladeer will the says admission.
stage
grace
tie Jubal playing between sets. The weekend starting about 8:30: p.m. There is no the movie's unctuous because it scatters its
cover and 30 delicious sandwiches to choose musical score pounding in
my intentions in several different if thrills
(gins at 7 Sunday. No cover. But "sports" fans
p.m.
from including the gluttonous Monk's Feast ears, I witnessed scene after directions. and chills and broken
4560 NW 13th St. Hustle a bodyor
out
on (serves six). For dieters they offer a delicious scene ,of cheap passion Brooks
[ own to that funky disco scene withs never seems quite two serve as your meat,
and filling chefs salad. wringing reams of pity from
of Sweet Essence direct from the sure whether he's making a then don't miss either of these
CONSTANS THEATER The Florida the audience (which was. statement about the closing of flicks. In both films there'scertainly
New York. Shows 11
lity are at 9. ,
Tennessee Williams'"Summer during the showing I attended -
Players are producing
the North American frontier enough "agony of
esday through Saturday. Friday and and Smoke" July 23-26 at 8 p.m. primarily composedof
singing the praises of "virtuous" defeat" (or so thse ABCTVads
nights there is a $2 cover charge. tribulations of of women can it be
The play concerns the a pair masculine i trumpeted) to go around.
PANTRY
1-75 and Newberryis Virginia that is
there-really
star-crossed lovers a young puritanical
weekend you can listen to Muff Southern girl and a young racy doctor. If you such a thing as a "women's Felons escape from bus ;

iano and sing for free save the price are from the South Tennessee Williams picture"?). Not since the first I

per alcohol you care to imbibe. Jazz's always strikes a responsive chord in your "Walking Tall" have I en- steal car In Gainesville; /

) swing are among the kinds of heart. Get your tickets early free to countered such a blatantly

j which the young man dabbles. students and $2 to the general public.J. manipulative movie. Three prisoners pulled a daring escape Monday( afternoon

WAYNE REITZ UNION If you are Director Larry Peercerenowned commandeering a car after gaining freedom from a bus

its UF student: draining your brain for a classy date to plan ( for the biting transferring them to Raiford State Prison.

for this weekend try the dinner theater "Goodbye Columbus") loads According to the Gainesville Police Department (GPD), the f

arges filed yet Saturday at 7 p.m. The Walter Plinge Players "Mountain" with tons of bus carrying a group of prisoners from various detention

will present the good-natured comedy loving and pore- centers stopped( at the intersection of East University Avenue

I STUDENT received a broken arm "You're a Good Man. Charlie Brown" in the illuminating close-ups' a and Waldo Road.

[when he was hit by a truck on J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. The menu requisite quantity of tear-duct THE THREE THEN MADE THEIR BREAK, com-

1 Road Tuesday morning. includes beef stroganoff rice glazed carrots activity and a general mandeering the car of Randy Mobley. a blue, two-door 1968

Is Tabb got out of a campus bus and green beans almondine and fruit salad with a, camaraderie of characters Chevrolet Biscayne License number 71875. They were last

hto the eastbound lane where he was butter cookie for dessert. Tickets are $5 for and incidents that borders on seen heading west on University Avenue(State Road 26)).

Chevy 11 pickup truck driven by students and $6.50 for the general public. the treacly. The trio were identified by GPD as Ronald Scott 30 serving

[parkman also a UF student aclo UNION LAWN Student Government UNFORTUNATELY, onlya time for possession of dangerous drugs William Gerner, 25

UPD officer J.E. Tomlison. Productions is bringing them back again few glimmers of urbanity serving a sentence for breaking and entering and escape and

driver and pedestrian were at fault" Cowboy with Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton. manage to poke through this Larry McCIain 26, serving time for escape.

* said. For free, Sunday at 4 p.m. let's hope it gooey ick. Several sequences All three escaped prisoners were said to be white males
ARGES rain. centered around a hospital wearing white teeshirts and white cut-offs with blue stripes.'tee .
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By SHARON ALFORD Further on in the film. Tommy discovers pinball. In a big THE "RTTZ BAKED BEANS"from the scene film. Russell sets the
Alligator Staff Writer play-off match with the reigning pinball wizard (Elton John the most talked about takes
of rich white satin.
"Tommy" saunters into town tomorrow. Four months wearing fiumongous bile-green boots), Tommy wins and voluptuous Ann-Margret in a sterile room white jumpsuit
who's becomes the New Sensation for the easily bored public. "That Dancing around the room in a see-through
behind the rest of the country, but aw, shucks, coun- control switch. In a fit
she turns and plays with her TV remote
ting? bottle into the screen.: And all hell
Who's 1968 rock of frenzy she throws a ,
This surrealistic: moving painting of The
and
then
be "Jaws" attendance breaker.In breaks loose.Out pours gallons of champagne pork
opera could locally prove to a
T An black chocolate. AnnMargretwrithes
fact I'd lay odds that there is probably an undernourished? Alligator beans, and finally sticky
the stuff all over her ample body.
and rubs
and rolls
Elton John freak camped out in front of the Plaza box office

right UNDERNOURISHED now. but smart. Arts Review Russell has assembled an excellent cast of characters for

For the exclusive run in Miami, people queued up to see Tommy." And as in his past films, he uses them spits'them
"Tommy" hours before show time. According to Greg out and then uses them again.Tommy" .

Possman manager of the Dadeland Twin Theaters, lines kid" makes millions much to he Is good. "Tommy" is fun. But "Tommy" will
deaf dumb and blind
lot"for weeks.
extended into the
"way out parking
for air. Don't miss
married her lover assault senses and leave you gasping ,
The film is directed by Ken Russell a man with maniacal delight of his mother who has since your .
cinematic passions. Russell has built up something of a (devilishly played by Oliver Reed.) it.

reputation throughout the years: you either love him or hate
him.There is no middle ground, because, Russell himself does WHAT'S HAPPENING --
not allow room for mediocrity in his films.
liE IS OFTEN spectacularly excessive, filling the screen

t. with grotesquely detailed images dredged up from Daliesque By HELEN WHELAN the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Contact Janis Mara at 377-6607 or
fantasies.In Alligator Staff Writer Donna Burnell at 3735443. The public is invited.
the film. Russell and The Who have blended their BAIIAI An informal discussion about the Bahai Faith will

respective styles to give the rock opera a visual musical story GO CLUB: The Go Club Tournament for the summer occur every Friday at 8 p.m. in room 355 of the J. Wayne Reitz
which promises to keep the"Tommy" money tree growing for quarter will meet every Saturday night at 8 p.m. in room 118 Union. For further information call John Watson at 376-'
at least seven more years. of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For more information call 7128.
We've heard it. We've imagined it. Now we can see it. George R. Hwang at 3772866. FLYING: Those interested in a flying club through out the
As a child. Tommy (later played by Roger Daltrey) wit- BAKING BREAD Making stone soup and baking bread is summer after noon can contact Bob Schaeberle at 495-9929.
nesses his mother's lover kill his "dead" father. Horrified and the agenda for the program sponsored by Early Childhood EASTERN ORTHODOX LITURGY The Orthodox
badgered,Tommy succumbs into an autistic world of fantasy.He Education Program and the Division of Continuing Christian Fellowship is sponsoring a Liturgy in English
doesn't see, hear, or feel. Education tonight from 5-7:30: p.m. at the P.K. Yonge Lab Sunday morning at 10 a.m. in rooms 361.363 of the J. Wayne
THE FILM HAS NO spoken dialogue. Everyone sings School. Admission is SI Contact Joe Sheppard at 378-9752, Reitz Union. For further information call John Missing at
including Jack Nicholson who appears in a small cameo roleas Buddy Fish 'at 376-0705 or Dr. A.B. Packer at 392.2327 for 3727580.
the doctor.In further information. HEBREW Conversational Hebrew classes will be taught on '
search of a cure.Tommy's mother(Ann-Margret) drags SUMMER AND SMOKE The Florida Players will present Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation
him to worship at the feet of a statue of a modern-day idol, "Summer and Smoke" at the Constans Theatre tonight 16 NW 18th St.
Marilyn Monroe. The chapel is filled with mangled, twisted, through July 26th at 8 p.m. Contact the Constans Box Officeat TUBING A Hillel tubing party will leave at 9 a.m. Sunday
and suffering human beings, who receive communion (pills 392.1653 for further information. from the Hillel Foundation 16 NW 18th Street. Cost is S2
and booze) from a guitar picking priest (Eric Clapton.) They NOW There will be a business meeting of the National and covers rental, lunch and admission. Call 372.2900 for
all! hope to touch Monroe's skirt and be healed. Organization for Women tonight at 5:30: p.m. in room 150 of further information. '

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"Selected Baby. Beef" Esr ch's terretking h... y
Mint Coolers...................... .... 47 c
Infl.ti.n Fighter Brach'*DeficientButterscotch

A Great Tre tl...,.Uin. Discs............... .Z: ;: 47c
Sirloin Steak,.. .. .... ..."$139. A**.tedc.lors......'* ,
teen,Meaty"".f fvll-Cul ; ", Jelly Beans.......................... VfcT7 ,c r r ;
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ti''t,": :Friday & ;Saturday: FOR SALE
: ,"' STARTS
',' ", .... ,.. cotWve your dollar buy a duple. (live Charlie's Chicken
Only In one lid and receive Intern from the Is delivering TOMORROW
other wayne d.mason 4 CO."Inc.realtor _;I ONLY
; 377-6789 (o-37M5-p)
',
calculator srt $1.50MTh$2.00FrSun
1-1- HP 53 progrommabl. pocket
odaplr security crodl.moth&statistics
.., program book,lnclud oil ace_..*. 233 W.Univ.Art. 377.3013
:: J345 toll 378-8122 4o-5i-158-1

MognrfkentAKC lbrkm hulky puppies UWvi' PETER MTYS
dtigon Aire Lkl AJIAO OAMIBCM DMMWCinema Pmse dsI.ADI'S paper 4 thot mole 1125.00 Fmoli 7s15I
1100.00 1-904-2525378 (o-3t-t59-p)
[ & 6IUTLIMEr 66 RSA 630 running but rough thapo..lt 9:45
for ports$125 or best offer 1104 NW 34 I THE
St 3764423 ((0-3M59-P)

NOVAS PROGRAMMA8ll
calculator! priced from$70 tot 1701 377-0992-1062
Business model!(compass HP.70)) EXORCISTo..dbrWl.lJAM
Scientific mod!(compare to HP-53))
i many more In proorommobUt&non-
prog.mad*In USA I"yrwarronry, .37 STREIT'SSchwinn

((0-7M37-P) F FRIEOO'J
Whit. Mag scuba diving gear with Cyclery
complete occenorlei, tank regulatorbock Sales& Service on
pock flm inorkle wettult and more
very ratonobl call 377-7295 (o-St-137- All makes of bikes
Pj)

1 Wedding Bands ( Engagement Rlngi.
Traditional or Contemporary! !' design of
your choke. Handmade for 1 Individual
who wont the bell.Original work by the .
South' leading Artliti. Matter' Gold ( ',
Smith and lapldlit. Unconditional
Guaronte' ..OZZIE By appointment only.
373-3894 ((0-I8)-153)
1 Day Service Call
Mayan wedding hammocks for(lovers or
|lull luxury lounging Many decorator 377-BIKE
[ TlckNS ew Doors color and weaves In comfortable fine
al. l l p rn. 12:15: open ens. "mesh conon $36 377-4864 (o-3t-l58-p)
Now through end of July Roses and
Carnation buy one get one free New @
hours open 7.7 A Sidewalk Florin 1005 @lID
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W. University Ave, 376-1111 (O-4M58--

chg) -
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AKC Irish, Setter popple lovable, longhaired
...... ,. "* ,'" norther championship blood HEW 6 unD
2nd Action Week line Great Pointer or show potential ( toastyms'.1 a
",. 1 $100 call'after 5 pm 375-1383, (O-5M58- 3. alLOAO'NQ-'-. ws coMrONFNR ns sw. ElLEN Bl SfYNMAXVt N ) "1EEIGJBBKJ1TYVANN

-' -- t CXur.SAPIC1\.W.-: : ,TRANQUILITY P) Retire or rear family from IU'-till-11101----IIIUIII 1AK KMacGG URAN i SON? LLERs. ttwRwpLlllRsieptt'RodundbWlllYYYI

:' turmoil of city. 4 bedrm fireplace cent h (
GenHockfnbn, BITE HIE 11 a 30 mm from Orville two Mary more t.o.lJ\M m IlNTY l bntda
j 466.3340wen. H
Info 473-32411Ceyatone Jolt 394-6283 ((0- ,
f\ffiWARSl-Wl.. "WUIAM PETE Bl.ATIYLR
"' -p) \ MCloHK-iMN Mu* / s ; tlf
2:00: 4:90: BUllm' A Girls Vanity(dresser)with"mirror. Hot<< o-> -* f r."Bam/ LCo-u .tarpery --;:... -I
7:00 9:30 3 I drawer +,2 shelves/ for thoe Also
MtWISD/\p'/VIm\ftAnN_ .f ] hoi lavender t white organdy skirt
around tid* $15. Coll 372-4613 (o150nc ->-
I )

Cinema 2 Just Listed 3br Ibo home. 5 mm to city
2nd Hit Week large yard cor port $11,500 only
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*? $65000 down (FHA) call Joe Crawfordfor
detail 377-4789 wdmoton co.
Y 'THEOTHER realtor (Aat-140-p) .
x Dachshund, ,AKC,2M2F.brown-dork
2:45: SIDE brown. Small standard dam.minlotur
450 r OF THEMOUNTAIN' tlr*. Many champion air.', wdl. 378-
7:55 7859 after tx! and weekend (a-41-140-
el)
10:00
HAVE A BALL tonight on a doubt
Ike, Al'Mlf' SAI.PKTl'U :>O| o waterbed Includes frame, pod, liner
hoM All for $25. Coll 375-0370 (a-2l-
160-p)

Cinema 3 HELD OVER low tabl*. Beautiful rustic redwood with
all wood peg*. No screws Ok antique
cherry gloss finish. """.45".19" $85.
.. Th? terrifying motion picturtfrtm 375-0287 oft 5'30 (o-5M40-p)

-' tht terrifying/ /6f it$fller.PG Esculent 14 ft. aluminum canoe with 2
paddles,2 cushions(motor attachment,
5:00 new condition $200 GE refrigerator,_
7:30 work well $50 378-8203 (o-ll-141-p/ )

10:00 Mobile' Horn 8 x 36 13 K 20 portable
OC YKTOOIfTpl( / fO rOU G{ CHIlD l H room addition, air I ;furnished $2700 ;
bell offer call evening 3784205 (o-lt-
,161-p)


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TOYLAND HAS SKATEBOARD.
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SKATEBOARDS 1149 to 29.9S

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Weekdays) 9 PM
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FOR SALE FOR RENT WANTED The lnd.pnd.fit Florida Alllgota ir.Thuraday. July 24 If75, fofl 21

ud.nt i/letk.$76 golf club.. $33811 NW NEED Roommate FCIIIl $70 of best offer Female, Roomot. WANTED AUTOS
ph 3734878 after 6pm (a.21.EANfRONT from now til Sep IS.iCotorwood for:3 bed 2 both Opt. |I" wonted:own In"house '
91,Aie Apt oak forest rent $95 room or opt.closeto 69 Austin 2 door sedan, 4 speed
mo. +
I '1208 ph. 375-1543 other guyt in opt poolside lighted tennis ?,. w utll, campus pr.. for Sept. call 378-9580 automatic Iran, low milage 30 mpg
b-2t.I Available||
PROPERTY Cretcentil'orea. ( leo-p) Cindy (c-2t-160- ) '
now call 373-7177, Mont reduced p $900 or bed offer; 64 Ford Colony 500
Owner hot even loti-eoch Home* for Septlll rent (c-41.1611)) oug. rebuilt tram, clean body, partly rebuilt, YI( lP ty0,,gss
100 N on the ocean endlnglohomeorduplenetho 3bdr Walk to UP HELP WANTEDComp A dismantled 6 cylander engine $100. ,
ROOMMATE
nrasimum sue M'ocr.. Zond for 2 bdr $150 Walk to UF for FALL study habits Important Comp Cell 378-8305:! evenlr.pi (Q.ltt61.p1SA )
IA city water.nleoiy 4 Bdr 2 bo NW area J. Frank 1513 NW 5th AV No. 53 Florida'* aitor MO|
term*. Owner 3 bdr $125 Country home (Ic.31.159-pl) camp for the handicapped, needs malcounwlor .
down yll to work with
II and
i prortce. For your choice of the best several home on lake f.mole roommate wanted' 10 share 2 br adult now through, oug31.teenagers Pay not
Ancient City Realty, trailer $70 per month' ,,
roll now. plus "Iiti.>call much, Kpwlcnc I Is and
and C Clark-Req. Broker M24- Apt for Sept.MI 372.1799 (c.I.157-t11% ) board provided. If you great hove enthusiasm room s
Ir 16i $110 Walk to UF
0 on live. o $100 coupl.to shore 2 bdrm opt. I block from tend resume to Brian Richardson Camp
NW Util)
Met
Stones ticket*. 10 ticket* paid Challenge Route I Sorronto Fla. 32776
oiling 2 bdr SnSS'V18 call dove 1
$120 NW -
for Jacksonville *how. II $140' NE Sect. area (c-5t.iQ.p|( )| lmm diol.ly (.21.161.p)
Teach these
I om not scalping
M.H62 (o>-l6U) 2 bdr -all utilities paid-NW female
iMS Jeff| J grod Mud roommate. to share Wanted audio .ngln.xperl.ncedwith
tole 47 BSA 650 ce lighteningmplsre United Real Estate Auoc Broker furn opt own bedroom, air condo pool. large PA. tytlomt-concerl work.
nock full I history good running 113 NE 16th Ave TV. Univ!! < ord' S86 + utll' call after' Must be I.E. Mudent. For written application
lion i dean mutt tell 750 or bet Open 9am-6pm 377- 30.372-1197. (Avail Aug. I 1)) (C-41.158. contact Technical Service, 310
992
..- .H937 3754284 (O-5M6I-. ( -sp-le0-p) Pi_ Reltt Union. (.-41-1 6O-c)
Mobile home 3 bedroom I 1U bath,
1 tcretned porch and ac. In nice ROOM ___ ___
FOR RENT In 4 BEDROOM MOUSE
k dote to comput. $5200 Call 372"Ei FENCED YARD AC WASHER-DRYER PETS ll01;

191 a 2t 141d RENT$80 375-1404 or 373-5266 (b-St.159- bUt : fjII Midnight
,
6'9" Oceontide Rock o-2t-lei andincluded$125375.1261 pI) tt "Hf, .

I BR In 2 BR furnished trailer ovoilabl. Friday & Saturday
-sole! HM model 51 receiver 20 RAASi $67.50 month + H electric, phone 372- 377,3013 1
channel,lists of M49 mini Mil only 0535 (b-3t-lAl-p) Alfred Hitchcock's
cond. good clean tound
Bi55 etc Il.nt Civil Engineering Student
nil .r.lnot 3784244 (a2M6lovg )- for 2 bedroom house wllh wont oc roomate near CLASSIC THRILLER

Ia opartm.n Big Garage *ole.luiMrou Golnevllle Mall for $60 and M utllltiei.
household Item, mostly I0c.JOO. roll Kim 3732046 (b-7t-161-p)
Kitchen, dining room Item.
apartment for rent NOW 3
block'
from
hairs,stools end table. mirrors, radio. '1621' NW :
comput 3rd PI. No. 3 100 per
bedding, book, clothing pkaxmas psychoONLY
month total from ,1st AC
decoration, pillow, rock 16I.p) aug yard (b-3r-

lectiott. Iron, sewing material A
more e pen lve thing BEST 2 BR air-conditioned furnished mobile ONLY
GAINS IN TOWN Sot and Mon. 9.00 home near campus on shady lot pet I $2.00 (Don't 'Come Alone) $2.00LOWER s e
ho; Sun 1230400.: 2713 SW 5ih PI. allowed. $135 month, $50 depont. 377.
flew) (a-lt-161-p) 6325 (b-lt-161-p)

| Wilson Ttnnn Racquets. good conRtttnlly WANTED 1rLAST
toe., -Hrung $25 pw
a 3 for$60 coil after 6 'G OLD i SILVER n>p price paid for clan TRAIL
,3t.lel ring,old jewelry, etc. confidential. Call
OZ2IE 3734894 (cIBtISWwanted 1 )

FOR RENT : good used ikateboard or good RENTALS. ,
Homes for Rent truck'* and wheel only call Darrell
I bdr home Avon Sept Id mornings 373-3947 (c-IM i41-p) INC OAY PtAZAOMRT2, LAST DAY

1 !Wk to Uf < vaconcle female prod student wonted GROUP ,2:10 4aSS 2:00: 4.-OU 6:00:
to hare WE
I lx' $12$-On lake Avail) Sept. .w. tsttt stattu I W. Ml ITtHT tuArHiounvMo
-
lovely 3 br apt (Point Wed) 12 mo.leoe RATES +ootxevAao 7:30 10:00: I 6'OQ 1005:

Over 50 llttlng for Sept. call' burie beginning 373-9133 ept, 392-0710.,.close to c-5t-l59.campus. RENT ( S>)t AVAIlABLE
( CANOES
United Real Estate Awoc Broker :
PI) ] :.I
113 3774992t155 NE 16th Av.. $6 A DAY \_ -VIF MADE Lk

$13 WEEKEND \> IN ADVANCEKAYAKS
A 1 ) LEWIS
OPEN KONfRI I1hri

i tent 12 wide mobil horn ho partially close JewetryComponyClASS 375- 307 Js Iv. """
t air,heat, park pool, "
cmnpus. ISO per mo.374061,after sat RINGS 2923 N.E. 20th Way

(Isit 159 DIMIONDSWATCH REPAIRS ALL EQUIPMENT FURNISHED, (PADDLES CUSHIONS,

| mat responsible female needed toi CAR-TOP RACKS FRIENDSHIP $1.50 Till 2:30 PJM. EXCCTT SUNDAY AND HOUDAYS
very nice 3 br hove In nw lection. 200 W. University Av. )
15 block 10 tow tchool. $120 mth + 372-4106
I a gtll. Grad student preferred eip. in
373-1754 (b-al-159-p) I 1 STARTS TOMORROW I

parole i Roomote Wonted for fall. Oak 2 STARTS TOMORROW! I
IOTM 3301 SW 13 St. Own N.W, 13th STREET end
opartment 2,00 4:00 4:05 .:l0 1o:1stN.W. BOULEVARD 2120 4h10 1100 7tS0 1t4a23rd
i $100 month + 14 utilities But to
13th STREET tend -'- "
Cell 376-9765 (b-St-157-p)
2Y 410ULEVARDr
bead couple seeks to ihore a nice 2
try Hone house near Duck POnd with
e i or 2 people men preferred. e e e e e e
Ivaq Immediate occupancy. Tom
1-9339 (b-5t-l 57-Q) '

(Mural easy going people to shore
..UN own room, garden, firepke I blkI
ufUnno,pen ok open tep I come by
'l 1 nw 30lh drive (bjl160cWl >

YOUR RENT buy o home with low
en payment h'l easy, I'll help you Itif
JOE CRAWFORD WD Motor Cor
;
377-6789 (b-7l-160-p) if s,:

ATES WANTED 4 .BR, control
1 I out, 2 block from compu

ho Apartment,pool ( gas grill*.
Tt21. Vfr-160*) '

N opt fall I winter,central AC close
fcompu ,own big room $100 nat. -f V*
dues 37799l5l( 59-o)
br duple. Honing or $125 OIMr sees
aug. tept. ILeIIstIM h tw tear
> IW6 nw 31 ave coil 37M309- It Tile 1letksr <<
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JEFF ADAMS was his first big'win in over a vitational where once again it an incredible third round 65. next to last hole that broughta
I Alligator Sport Writer year and did miracles for his was Bean the victor with For Hancock whose game had tumultuous roar from the
confidence. Hancock grabbing second ina always been highly regardedby gallery.
It's almost a sure bet that if Only a few weeks later .field that included new' the best of his amateur Thus marked the end of the
I UF golfer Phil Hancock Coach Buster Bishop and his NCAA champion Jay Haas of golfing peers, it was the bigwin "regular" collegiate golf
doesn't win a golf tournament Gators set out for the highly Wake Forest and teammate he needed to really get season and it became time to t
t ''I d he enters, he will finish regarded Houston All. Curtis Strange, last year's him started.He get serious about the NCAA', f
t '; second. American Classic to prove to national collegiate champ.IT which was four weeks away.
f !, Over the past four months themselves and the rest of the WAS Hancock's next barely had time to But before that Hancock
.: the Greenville, Ala. native has country how good they really tournament appearance that savor the victory before it was played in several other events
f entered 12 events and finished were. And prove it they did as proved to be perhaps the most time to return to Dothan and in preparation for it and
either first or second on nine they took the team; title significant of his young the Olympia Spa, this time for continued his consistently fine
occasions with his latest running away, while Hancockand amateur career-a win in the the SEC championships. It play.THE
I performance being a second Bean stole the individual star-studded Falstaff Classic was time again for the VERY next day
Q.J y place finish in the Southern show. The two tied for the at Pensacola. He defeated top "dynamic duo" to steal the following his SEC win, after
: Amateur this past weekend. medalist honors, but Bean caliber players such as show as Hancock took his having spent half the night T __ __-... ....
i THE INCREDIBLE string was awarded the top prize as reigning U.S. Amateur turn at winning, with Bean driving Hancock went out PHIL HANCOCK
} began back in March when he defeated his good friend on champ Jerry Pate and former playing the runner-up role. and bested a field of some of ...allAmericantop
Hancock won the the first extra hole of an teammate Gary Koch, both of He managed to do so by a Florida's top pros and
Southeastern Intercollegiate unwanted playoff.The whom were Britain-bound for shot with the aid of some amateurs by three shots over five. As a matter of fact
Z at the demanding Olympia next week it was on to the Walker Cup matches. He clutch putting and a 36 holes to lead the Tampa the only commendable
Spa course in Dothan, Ala. It the Chris Schenkel In ,won by four shots thanks to remarkable chip-in on the ,sectional qualifying for the performance was that of
1 U.S...Open. About ten days Hancock. He wound up
later, he was in Pittsburgh for seventh, but there was no
\- the final qualifying, which convincing him that that was
. : Seaver not perfect but he's closeSuffering would have put him in the anything to be satisfied with.
U.S. Open for the second year The next week Hancockand
in a row, but a balky putter Bean did the best they
sciatica one of the late W.C. Fields' favorite caused him to miss by just two could to quickly erase the
cinematic epithets and the only thing to effectively stop r GREG FORRER shots. unhappy memories of the
i Tom Seaver since he became a major league pitcher for the Hancock: : a senior to-be, NCAA as they teamed to win
l Mets over eight and a half seasons ago. I didn't leave the Pittsburgharea the Spirit Of America in
t That nerve ailment of the hip sent Seaver's 1974 won-lost L OPINION empty-handed though, Decateur, Ala. "One week
record tumbling toll-1l including four losses in a row at the as he took another second you're up, the next you're
end. It was the first non-winning reason ever.for the 30 year. The arm had been great, but the rest of the body; 'wasn't place finish, this one at the down!" That age old golfing
old-righthander. cooperating. Sunnehanna Amateur.. clique says it all about the
illS LACK of success that season had people wondering. SURE,EVEN Seaver admits a little bit is gone from the old From there he went to the funny game of golf.
They asked if it wasn't a case similar to Robin Roberts the fastball. But if that much is gone, the hitters aren't noticing it Northeastern in Rhode Islandas So with the summer
Philly star of the late forties and mid fifties who burned out this season- he's leading the National League in strikeouts a final prep for the NCAAof amateur golf schedule only
after six 20-victory seasons very near the start of his career. again. the following week. half completed, Phil Hancockhas
After that last fine season of 23 wins and 14 losses in 1955, He's also got the most wins and close to the fewest losses "Somehow" he managed to proven himself a true-
Roberts became a sub-,500 pitcher for 12 more seasons. with a 14-5 record. He leads the league with the lowest finish out of his familiar winner and a top ,contender
'.I Not so with Seaver,however. Some expert doctoral care and Earned-Run-Average, 1.00. position of the top two spots, wherever he competes. Next
treatment put the sciaitc condition in the past and the old Things are back to normal. Since Seaver's initial 1967 but not too far back as he week he will be honored along
Seaver form in the'present I season in the majors, he has never had a losing season settled for third. with Bean and the rest of
I THERE HAD never been any worry on his part about his anywhere. In 1966 he pitched his first year of pro ball in AAA THEN CAME the NCAA college golfs ten man All-
I arm -he knew it was okay. Late in the season it was evidentas ball at Jacksonville, winning 12 and losing the same amount. and it is one Phil and the rest American squad in New York
as Seaver and 1974 rather poor Met team faced the even HIS 16-13 record as a rookie with the Mets in 1967 won him of his Gator mates would where President Ford will be
lower Expos last September 18. For five and two-thirds of an Rookie of the Year honors to go along with 170 strikeouts anda prefer to( forget. For the first on hand to pay tribute to the
.' inning, Seaver allowed no hits, no walks and no runs. He had 2.76 ERA.Sportswrhers. time in eight outings the athletes.
t already struck out eight Expos. called him the man-child. Instant excellence.He Gators did not win "as they Then it will be on to more
I But one pitch to the last out. of the sixth inning and he followed that initial year with 16, 25, 18, 20,'21 and 19 finished a disappointing golf for Hancock and who
i winced,grabbing his right hip-the hip that takes the brunt wins before last year's .500 season. tedth, and for the first 'time knows, maybe even a U.S.
of his powerful stride toward the-plate with each pitch. He Never has he lost more games than his rookie.season.'ButSee'Seaver' since February no Gator,took Amateur title if not,
came back the next inning but his pitches did not the hip the individual. There wasn't second is a pretty darn good
t wouldn't let them and the Expos drove across three runs. ) (page 28) even a Gator to be seen in the possibility.
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story". Most prefer to view showed their tolerance by Philadelphia.
The Allen only as a sports figure painting racial obscenties on Unsuccessfully attemptingto
JAZZ which means he must be Allen's home and verbally come back from a leg
something between a machineand degrading him on the street injury last year. Allen decidedto
a god. in front of his family. announce his retirement.
IN THE FALL of. 1963 the When Allen injured his Chicago was naturally
PROJECT Philadelphia Phillies brought throwing hand forcing a disappointed yet the White
w young outfielder Allen up move to first base the City of Sox did not talk Allen down.
from the minors for a month. Brotherly Love really appliedthe The press was not so kind.
is back !II! He hit .292 and 1964 looked heat. Tensions grew and This year for unknown
like a year of promise.The when Allen had A ruri-in with reasons, Allen decided to JItI/It',- :
Phillies outfield was teammate Frank Thomas the unretire. Traded to Atlanta
This Fri & Sat
o strong in 1964. however end was ne r. Allen refused naming several
25& 26
July boasting John Calllison Tony Now Allen was teams he for which he would
o UVEattheKegNo Gonzales, Wes Covington and disillusioned with like to play.ANYONE. .
promising hopefuls Alex Philadelphia and probablywith WHO criticizesthis
Johnson and John Briggs. baseball. His desire on action should seriously
Since Allen was too good to the field dwindled and he consider the implications of
better DELI-STYLE SANDWICHES in
town sit on the bench and the picked up his habits of forcing someone to work
DAILY SANDWICH AND BEER SPECIALS! Phillies needed a third missing batting practice where they do not wish.
baseman. Allen played his flights and even games. Imagine applying for a job
rookie at the difficult FOR SEVERAL the with and
year new years a new company
Every WED & FRI 4:30-6:30: : position. story was the same. Allen being told your old employer .
THE RESULT was an played well but by his own won't let you work there.
HAPPY HOUR astronomical 43 errors. But rules. Batting practice, Allen's desire has also been
Beer Starts 15c no intelligent observer the arrival times etc. .were his knocked on the basis of his
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254 glass game faulted Allen or own business: resisting playing with injuries..
Mon.. Wed. & Thurs nltes and all day Sat. BUSCH 1.25 pitcher knocked his desire. Most of St. Louis and Los Angeles These critics would have
his errors were made in each tried the situation for a everyone follow the"exampleof
throwing.The while then traded Allen; Willis Reed, who permanently
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Robinson praised Allen. ,Allen. pumped full of pain killers.
noting the many outstandingplays The reason for trading Ask those same.critics to
'. \ '.. he had ,made throughhis Allen was obvious. Their give up their\siCk. leave.
.. \ aggressive play. teams could not exist with two Do those fans who
The notorious Philadelphia sets of rules one for 24 denounced and -degradedDick
I boobirds'were not satisfied. players and one for Allen. Allen when he played
J Though leading the team in IN CHICAGO Allen both skillfully and with
rf virtually all categories of sparked the White Sox into desire now expect him to
t hitting and being named contention. Manager Chuck approach baseball as a holy
Rookie of the Year Allen was' Tanner called him things likea war for their entertainment?
.booed continuously. team leader;and,a positive How might you' react in
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