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Independent / TUESDAY


JULY 29, 1975

Florida Alligator/

VOL. 67, NO. 162

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Published by Campus Communication Inc.. Gainesville Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida


To reach back into

the evaluation toe
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who Initiated my .".:|:gV; 'totally /inappropriate'ceasing

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CGM"I I associate dean. ." ".',. .'". ',':' Bob Burton t Brown
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I Confidentiality UC study doubted I




By TOM SJIRODER' formation by the .committee to indirectly committee met with Brown to discuss specific specific statement on any specific in-
Alligator News EditorA identify UC personnel who spoke against himat allegations which arose in the hearings and dividuals."
confidential committee hearings. "Brown would have to have been stupid not to The confidentiality of the UC evaluation
member of the University College (UC) Boston University President John Silber a link allegations to individuals." hearings came into question last week after
! Evaluation Committee said Friday UC Dean ,member of the nationally-drawn committee IIOWEVER, SILBER said "The committee the Alligator learned UC Associate Dean
Bob Burton Brown was given enough in. which evaluated UC. last winter said the emphatically did not give (Brown) anyGraphics George Bentley would be leaving his administrative
post for a teaching position in

Indians ..... September.Two .
.At- sources close to the UC administrationsaid
.al. ] : y1r wLe ;y ,,
,';' ,' I I in independent interviews that Brown
., ." '. told them in conversation he learned from the
:
have mixedreaction.J evaluation committee that Bentley had been"disloyal"

L1; ; ( to him.
BROWN FLATLY denied the allegations."The .

,'. ijfryr Ih II S t: committee gave me no names, no
If quotes and no conversations," Brown said.
.
f' r!,p, i F,' Although Brown admitted it would have
been to. make conclusions
possible some :
,
,), about "who must have said what" to the
Gandhi i
to i committee from the questions the Committeeasked
him, Brown denied making any conclusions -
"whatsoever" about Bentley.
By JUDY MOORE ;.. ',AMY'' f ie ff h Both confidential sourCes stood by their
Alligator Staff'Writer original statements concerning their con
As political Unrest churns in their country' venations with Brown but admitted they had
half-way around the world, UF Indian :-' .1,, no hard evidence to link Brown's allegedquestioning
students watch and wonder about the fate oN': .''" of Bentley's loyalty to the position

their democratic government. :., '\ I, change.
On June 26, in the wake of nationwide "BROWN TOLD several people the
j
demonstrations, to drive her from office,; l'Y r iryfl.: ';( <' "Jf T'.J. committee thought Bentley was not loyal to
Indira Gandhi invoked the Defense of India'.: him and Brown wanted their opinions," one

Rule(DIR),a proclamation of a national state: .t' 1't source said.
of emergency giving her near dictatorial "I've learned from past experience it
powers. doesn't pay to talk to these people (evaluation
This unexpected crackdown by the prime .' ,, A '/ committees)" the source said.
:
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minister of the world's largest democracy j The source said Brown mentioned "he
caught her political opposition off guard and knew from the committee he (Bentley) had
shocked much'of the rest of the world. been disloyal and he couldn't keep him
More than 700 of her political opponentswere around."
jailed over night. Brown said he deplored "that kind of
THE UNREST IN INDIA arose after J gossip."

Gandhi was found guilty of breaking Indian,,,t : : "I DON'T MIND them taking another
election laws. The court ,banned her from_* r ..... ping at me, but why do they have to trampleall
voting in Parliament while the decision is :, ) over George Bentley to do,it?" he'asked.
being appealed. By Indian law, if she loses .-... "To reach back into the context of the
the appeal, she will be removed from office evaluation (ho explain Bentley's change of
and not allowed to run again for six years. 'j position) is totally inappropriate. \ decry the
The American press reacted strongly to her ( whole thing.
action calling the move a possible mortal blowto I "In my view Bentley is not being fired. The
democracy in India and sometimes decision (ho change his status) centers around
comparing her struggle to remain in office r the reorganization of the university. There
with Richard Nixon's last days as president.The ( has been and still is the possibility of mergers
unexpected turn of events in their ,; between the College of Arts and Sciences and
home country has been met with mixed q University College.
reactions from UF Indian students. ..' ,', "IT IS ONLY NATURAL to wonder what
Sarat Dayal. 7 JM.from New Dehli. said he < : Ini'\ '\' would be your position in a changing
. defense '", ,; : situation. Bentley and I have long discussef
. wasn't. surprised because the rule has ;,1 1<"."'\ 1\lIII\
been used often in the past especially in ) the possibility of both our returns to

wartime. ,,. teaching," Brown said.
"WHEN THERE IS A st'ate of emergency, ># However Bentley said the first indicationhe
almost anybody can be thrown [in jail. Indian '" ''j had that he would no longer be associate
people don't question it too much and it is not dean was in a May 30 conversation with

undemocratic the minds of tre'. ((1\(1Ian'\ ; .. ... .' .. Brown. \
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2.The Independent Florida AlllflAppointed.T..eda. Jill,29. 1t7S """"""\

student on the Board of Regents because
By JOSE SARJEGO of student problems and concerns.
Alligator Staff Writer Sherwin is asking students throughout the there are other areas.where students can be
r to send their opinions more effective.
University
system it is waste of time "
1 think a right
Students with gripes about the State comments and suggestions to him.! now. he
University System(SUS) now have a sounding Sherwin can be contacted at 125 Miles said. --
(board. Johnson Building. Tallahassee. 32304. His As areas in which students could be more
Ted Sherwin. a Florida State University phone'number is ((904)) 4887470. effective Sherwin cited 'the many smaller
student has been named liaison! between SUS He in turn will present the views he thinks committees such as the 1202 committee,"
I students and State Commissioner of pertinent to Turlington's office. which nevertheless have an influence on the
Education Ralph Turlington's office. Sherwin said he hopes the prestige of the course of education.
The position was created by Turlington as a commissioner's office will help make Sherwin is now concentrating his efforts on
student part-time summer staff level job to gather student's desires heard. making his part-time summer position
information about student feelings on the These desires are too often ignored by permanent and said he would be willing to
issues facing higher education. Sherwin will legislators. he added. leave school for a year to work in the liaison
receive S3 per hour for the job. HE SAID STUDENTS should have a
to hear The commissioner,a cabinet officer has the greater voice in decisions made in the SUS. role.THE POSITION is being run on an ex.
ultimate decision making power over. the and he hopes his office will serve to increase perimental basis by the commissioner's office.At .
!state's education system. student influence with legislators. the end of the summer Turlington will
I However the Board of Regents is the actual "Students are the ultimate consumers of decided if the position is to be permanent.He .
complaints governing board of the SUS that makes policy education," Sherwin said. "They would be is visiting all nine state universities to
"
which the cabinet approves. involved in the decision-making. gather student opinion about the issues facingthe
SHERWIN who visited UP during the One specific way he wants to increase SUS.
weekend said his job would not be to cir student participation in decision making is.by
cumvent the BOR but to open new lines of putting a student on "202 contmittee an Although Sherwin is initially contacting the
.:. communication between students and advisory council to the governor's cabinet and student governments of the various schools

'.;.t,.. ",.::. ,'." legislators through the commissioner's office. the commissioner.It he also wants information from individual
"I've always felt that students have a oversees secondary education and brings students.
unique perspective of education," he said. about policy decisions. "I I don't want to sit in an office and make
He said he hopes to impart this unique HOWEVER, Sherwin said he does not decisions" he said. "I'd like to meet every
perspective on legislators to make them aware think effort should be wasted on putting a one of them (students) face to face if I can."


IV IHAT'S HAPPENING; -

ECK-SATSANG The Gainesville Eck-Satsang will meet tor WRITERS Persons interested in writing skits for Gator provide free instruction in meditation and yoga philosophy.

a discussion Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 331 of the.1. Growl can submit a sample of their material to rooms 312 and GURU MAHARAJ Jit A free Informative seminar on the
meditation revealed Guru Maharaj Ji will be given
tonight
by
Wayne Reitz Union. For further information call 376- 313of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further information call
from 7:30-9:30: p.m. in room 355 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
0863. 392-1661. For further information call Greg or Chuck at 376-7495.
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looking for airplane flyers throughout the summer. spiritual conference at the Episcopal Center on West Council will meet Wednesday at 4 p.m. in room 103 of An.
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I UF Affirmative Action office to handle gripes I




By JOSE SARIEGO Opportunity Commission vestigated and resolved the complaints.A ballgame," he said. "You
Alligator Staff Writer James Allison UF affirmative complaints is no longer training program will be cannot resolve complaints in a

action coordinator, announced processing individual conducted in August by the quasi-judicial (informal)
the UF Affirmative Action Friday. complaints. EEOC to instruct the campus manner."
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office will handle alf ,Allison told UF college's ALLISON HAS BEEN representatives in'' proceduresused liE SAID the representative

discrimination com pi ain'ts'against affirmative action appointed by UF President for reporting to a federal will have to handle

UF filed with the representatives that the Robert Q. Marston to agency, Allison said. complaints as a federal agency
federal Equal Employment EEOC, which formerly in represent the campus in the "It's' a whole new would by being strictly

neutral.Dr. .
1
Lucille Wilson. UF v


I Keller assumes visiting prof post College representative affirmative of Nursing said there action College wasa


possible conflict of interestin JAMES AWSONinvestigates.charges
By LINDA WISNIEWSKI. area to UF. having the UF affirmative
.
Alligator Staff Writer Keller said he will be paid $32,500 to teach for one year action coordinator also
.,", ': ,ti 1 \ ,' beginning Sept. 16. perform the duties of EEOC' trom applicants for UF
The'ousted: head of ,the ,Department of Health and Keller was offered the positron in the program based on his investigator."It vacancies which would be

Rehabilitative' Services will become' a visiting professor of experience in the "whole area" of the criminal justice system puts a strain on the kept on file for future use.
sociology and criminal justice at UF this fall. said Dr. C.A., VanderWerf. dean of the College of Arts and affirmative action officer to IN ADDITION, Alison
O.J.,Keller said he will bring representatives from various Sciences. be a federal officer and informed the representativesthat
areas in the criminal justice system so students can "get both KELLER HAS PUBLISHED several books on the subject. university representative," a serious search

sides of the argument" on whether the criminal justice' is soft Although VanderWerf said Keller's appointment was she said. "It's like having two procedure for the hiring of
on crime or hot. funded through "a couple of non-state sources" he declinedto bosses.. persons to fill vacancies will
"TilE TWO SIDES of the argument include those who say name the source. Such funds are obtained by UF colleges ALLISON REPLIED that probably be passed by HEW.
we need more prisons, that the death penalty is important outside the regular state budget and come from several there was probably nobody on "It (a serious search) is a set
and that we should throw the book at criminals," Keller said. sources, including private donations, VanderWerf saidt campus who could be of procedures that allows you
"The other side indicates the prevention of crime and the Keller became the center of controversy last May when he completely neutral. to justify (to HEW) that you
role of the public schools and citizens in the prevention of was appointed director of the Department of Health and Allison also asked the have actually interviewed
crime is important," he said. I Rehabilitative Services by Gov. Reubin Askew. representatives at the Friday enough women and

However* Keller-Said "criminals don't suddenly up and Keller was ousted as ,department head after state Senate meeting to. develop a minorities," Allison said.
blossom," adding they are conditioned to commit :crimes President Dempsey Barren D-Panama City, questioned department talent bank as a The State University
through their environment.. Keller's ability to handle the department.The primary source of recruit' System is under a court
Keller said he' will use his connections in the Youth senate refused to, confirm Keller's nomination. ment.A mandate to increase the
Correctional System the Adult Prison'System, and the state Keller is currently assistant to the secretary in the talent bank. is a collectionof number of minority and
Supreme Court to bring representatives in the criminal justice Department,of Health and Rehabilitative Services. resumes and applications women in the system.

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Salt and Pepper : police



: officers bridging the gap


.(

If
By KEVIN BLOOM HINES PLAYS a crooning version of"Will f
Alligator Staff WriterOn the Circle Be Unbroken?" and ambles off
the streets of Gainesville few men down the street.
receive more recognition than two Gainesville Russell and Law go into the -bar Law
Police Department (GPD) officers known as straight to the back door while Russell looks
"Salt and Pepper." around in front. Russell makes small talk
Officers James Russel 1 HSaid.( ) and Donny with the patrons as Law returii: ,* fromthe, back
Law (Pepper) are part of GPD's plan to and both leave.
reduce crime in high incidence areas and "Just want to see >p :anyone would try to get
improve public relations. out the back door,' L.tw says, "we caught acouple -
THEIR BEAT COVERS the of guys in thcic before. You know a yR
predominantly black area west of NW 13th smart dude would just sit there because he's
Street stretching as far east as the "student the only one who knows he's guilty, but
ghetto" area across from UP. sometimes they panic and run."
Law (who is black) and Russell (who is Russell and Law said they receive mixed
white) are two of three officers assigned to reactions in the student ghetto.
cover the beat on bicycle and on foot. "Seems like,people either love you or they
The third is white officer Charles Wor- hate you on this beat, Russell said. "Some
thington. ask you in for coffee or a drink and others just
"We volunteered for this job," Law said. ignore you. You can almost feel the hate."
"We both love being around people and THE TWO STOP and talk to a beardedman
riding around in a patrol car all the time puts who tells them to "watch out for that big
you out of touch with the people." fat guy who goes around claiming he's the sun
LAW AND RUSSELL seem to be known god. man he's burned out bad."
everywhere they go. Store owners step outsideto The two nod and stroll along. "See that's
talk and passing motorists slow down and another thing about this beat we don't coveras
shout "Hey. where's your bicycles' ," when they much ground as patrol can do but we get a
walk along the streets. better feel from the people where we work,"
"Yeah." Russell said "there's a lot of PR Russell said.Russell .
(public relations) involved in this job, but and Law hesitate to talk about their
that's all right when you ride in a patrol car arrest, records.
you alienate people, like there's this wall that "W lI we ain't supercops but we make our
goes up between you." share of felony busts," Russell said."Mostly
Russell and Law's first stop on their roundsis breaking and entering. Then once we caught
Red's Two Spot pool room. A few games some turkey for attempted murder."
and a lot of hand-slapping later they're backon RUSSELL SAID the reason for the pa's: !
the street trading good natured insults high quota of breaking and entering arrests is d. I iD tAI
with residents. their mode of transportation, explaining that
FURTHER DOWN the block a young man most professionals can "tell the sound of a F
+ in a ragged T-shirt looks furtively at Law and cop car a mile away. Me, I stroll up real quiet
Russell then runs down an alley. and listen for the sound of breaking glass or a
Law looks around and says, "Aw, that door being pried."
turkey hasn't done anything he's just hasslingus. Back on NW'Sth Avenue after the two split
There's just something about a guy who's tor lunch. Law noted six or seven young black photo by To.Ipptf
guilty you can tell it right. away, like an in.tinct men standing in a group on the side walk. SALT AND PEPPER
." "These kind of people worry me," Law said .walking the beat I
Out on NW 13th Street cars slow down and approaching the group. "They sit around
wave at the two as Law twirls his nightstick with nothing to do but cause trouble."
bouncing it off the sidewalk and catching it. "Hey, son-of-a-bitch," one of the men said. black belt in karate
helps me keep my patrol division said.
On University Avenue Law and Russell Law ignored the insult. "
stop at the Canopy Bar, where Johnny Hines, "Hey, son-of-a-bitch," the man repeated.Law temper. Although reluctant to discuss the effectiveness
Maintaining a sense of calm
a local bluesman. is playing a guitar out front. turned and approached the group. seems without statistics. Bason said
desirable, as only one citizen has
complainedabout overall he thought the was i
"Hey Salt and Pepper what's happening," After a heated discussion program
involving any of the three officers since the "positive better com
approach" to police
Hines asks smiling a toothless grin. "Lemme gesticulating arms and heated discussion Law initiation in late
programs May, Captain in
munity relations and crime deterrence high
play something for yah. walked away unperterbed saying, "holding a Joseph Bason, watch commander of GPD's incidence areas.






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( independent Florida Alligator, Tuesday, July 29, 1975, Page 5




the place CDS financing


; decided tonight



is not big enough I, :.: '::. '' By JOSE SARI EGO

for everyone :(\" Alligator Staff Writer

1, ,
The UF Student Senate may decide the fate of the Corner
Reserve now to be certain of Fall occupancy., Drug Store (CDS) tonight. y

Last Thursday the Activity and Service Fee Advisory it
mm.mmjrLplace .Closest to Campus .Fully Furnished Committee (ASFAC)voted 4.1 to recommend that the senate
Master TV Antenna .Dishwasher conditionally approve a bill to give $11,680 in Student
Pool, Sauna Laundry Facilities Government (SG) funds to operate ,the CDS this coming year
..' 197576.
1231 S.W. 3rd Avenue HOURS: ON JULY 8 the senate approved the funding on first
MON. FRI. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. reading by a 27.12 margin.

372-3557 But on July IS with pressure mounting against the bill. the
l ftSom of the friendliest people In Gain svill J !senate voted to send it back to ASFAC for further study.
...
John Creech. director of CDS. has said he needs the fundsto
be able to operate this fall.,

THE CONDITIONS stipulated by ASFAC include:
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e The funding not be on a continuous basis but only for
this year.
e Figures be kept to show the number of UF students
: ::. f using CDS in the coming year.
e TWO STUDENTS selected by Student President Jim
Eaton be placed on the CDS board of directors. .
e Monthly finance reports showing CDS income and
expenditures be presented to the senate.

e All services: excluding the free health clinic, be open to
all students.,

THE FREE CLINIC would be excluded to avoid com
petition with the UF Infirmary because students pay $10 in
fees for the clinic at the Infirmary Caleb Grimes SG
treasurer said.
Creech said the recommendations were tine with him, but
he expressed anxiety about how the IS board members would
.v Ars react to the provision for two students on the board.
James Hennessey UF director of housing and president of
the CDS board of directors said he foresaw'"no opposition"to
the recommendation.
ASFAC member Sue Cline said that most committee
recommendations were automatically accepted by the senate.
Last year the activity fee was $2.27 per quarter hour.
Revenues were roughly $2.5 million.
During the coming school year, increased attendance is
expected but the activity fee was reduced by the Board of
D Regents to only $2.14 per quarter hour.

Senate President'Art Aspinwall said the vote would be close
and not automatic. But he added that the bill had a "good
; ar t
w chance" of passing.
low- 4Tw Charles Collins a student senator who is opposed to the
funding !said he would continue to fight the bill on the floor of
the senate despite the committee's recommendations.

x "I. don't feel it should be funded," he said. "There arc
' many areas at home (on campus) we can spend the money
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tonight detailing all the information which the committee
Drunk drivers bring families together. reviewed Thursday.


In hospital rooms and at funerals. .

Because that's where the drunk driver's victims wind up. .

Drunk drivers are involved in at least 25,000 deaths and 800,000


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Machines can now store only limited amount of facts



Cost increases halt computer improvements


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I pay raises lor tne. entire year,
i By LINDA WISNIEWSKI he "said. '

Alligator Staff Writer I The computer center's

I budget totals approximately

,Increases in operational I $2.1 million for the 1975-76
"
expenses and charges for 1 1IIMh (! fiscal year Schoeneau said.

electricity that was formerly THE COMPUTER

free have delayed computer CENTER expects to receive
r improvements at UF's this amount through payment

Northeast Regional Data from various groups that use

Center. Ka the computer Schoeneausaid
The delay in improvements 1
Opp ,4 adding that UF, the
I A
means the computer will not Institute of Food and

be able to store or'give out as Agricultural Sciences, the J.
much information as newer, Hillis Miller Health Center

more modern computers, and WT. Shands Teaching
Co-ordinator Ron
Systems
Schoeneau said. A Hospital are UF-related
groups that use the computer.
THE DELAY WILL
Other groups outside UF
AFFECT "administrative
including the University of
utters," of the computer rather
West Florida in Pensacolaand
than students, because
the Jacksonville
members of the administration Electric
use the computerto Authority in Jacksonville, also

store larger amounts of use the computing center, he

information, Schoeneau said. said.THE
For example, the registrar's NORTHEAST
office would not be able to REGIONAL Data Center is
obtain listings of all students one of four main computers in

who have ever registered at the state ,university system.
UF. he said.Information. Marie Dence computingcenter
on registered editor, said.
students goes back as far as The center is primarilyused

the 1940's although the information ".. .. .,' .. .. by classes at UF. Dence
can not be used said. Classes use the computer
COMPUTER STUDENTS photo by John moron to obtain results
because the tapes can not survey
retrieve information for more .feeding the information back and compute detailed

than a period of five years, mathematical problems.
Schoeneau said.ADMINISTRATORS. could be installed. Schoeneausaid. said.Another computer for an entire year employees last year. The center is also used by
CAN The installation and cost reason for the he said. Schoeneau said. the UF library to take book
currently obtain informationon of the DAT box would total delay in computer improvements The data center, which The salary increase inventories and update its
students registered in the approximately $500,000 he is that the data "traditionally" received its which averaged four per cent card catologue and by the

early 10's. Schoeneau said. .added. center must now pay for the electricity for free since its for all UF employees Registrar's office during
The computer in- THE DELAY OF electricity it uses, he said. beginning in 1972, must now remains in effect and the data registration to validate

provements previously COMPUTER improvementswill THE PROJECTED pay for the electric bill center must now pay these student schedules, she said.
planned for the 1975-76 fiscal continue "indefinitely," AMOUNT of electricity use because UF "is feeling the
year included the installation he said. for fiscal year 1975-76 economic crunch" and is
-READER'S REDRESS:
of an IBM "dynamatic ad- Increases in operational represents an additional finding 'ways to obtain ad-
dress transmission facility" or expenses are due to price $35,000 expense in the data ditional funds, Schoeneausaid.

"DAT box" Schoeneau said. increases in IBM equipment.IBM center budget, Schoeneau Michael Bryant, owner of the Cheese and Wine Corner in

The DAT box would have increased their prices said.The ANOTHER AD. Gainesville was incorrectly identified as the owner of the Wine
upgraded the computer so across the board from six center is billed DITIONAL BUDGET in- and Cheese Gallery, in a story entitled "Dry Sundays SO
newer devices capable of percent last year to eight per "strictly" for the amount of crease has resulted from pay seeks end of alcohol ban" in Thursday's Alligator. Alligator
storing more in information cent this year, Schoeneau electricity needed to run the raises given to data center !staff writer Howard Goldberg regrets the error.

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"Brown came into my office and told me Iud not i" who initiated my ceasing to be associate pointment is cleared by UF Affirmative THE
a choice between teaching in the dean, it is indeed nice to have them on the Action Coordinator James Allison. EVALUATION COMMITTEE
consisting of Silber. James McCain, then
Apartments of history, behavioral science or.ocial record.
president of Kansas State University and Eric
said.
science Bentley WHEN ASKED ABOUT the June 3 memo HOWEVER, SANDRA WEAVER, Goldman
Princeton visited
ON THE PREVIOUS DAY, May 29, Bentley's secretary, said Moss history professor,
Brown said, "If Bentley wants to argue that, came into her Gainesville in
recommended to
rown told Bentley there would. be no office recently and said, "I'm February and
unfortunate. in
that's To go out a stink wouldbe your new boss. Marston Brown's
''Organization this year, Bentley said. very uncharacteristic of Dean Bentley," "unqualified support" for
"I !said.'I suppose I'll just sit in this chair Brown said. "I wasn't told It was confidential or administration of UC.
Bother ," he recalled. Gene Hemp, assistant the vice presidentof
year The reorganization to which Brown attributed anything, Weaver said. to
In In exchange of memos beginning June 2, the position change will not result in Moss is out ot the country and unavailable academic affairs said the committee was
e two men discussed terms for Bentley's new the elimination of the associate dean's for comment. chosen through nominations submitted by UF

signment.In position in the near future, although financial personnel. Hemp said he "had no idea" who
the June 2 memo Bentley referred to' problems will restrict the post, to half-time. Brown has been the center of controversy nominated the three members of the committee
t mis suggested by Brown in their May 30 often in his three-year career as dean. .
conversation as "unacceptable" and proposed Brown said he has already had "very HIS
alternative! terms, including a salary of serious discussions with Gene Moss," UF APPOINTMENT of Gareth Sch- Hemp's office assured UC faculty the
55.000 no significant change from his associate professor of English, and "may very meling as chairman of the humanities committee hearings would be confidential he
well make him an offer for the position." department contrary to the unanimous said
present salary and the of
guarantee a recommendation of
Brown said like Moss a faculty search com
office. someone who he
private SILBER
mittee SAID that while the hearings were
credited with a large role in landing a $1 l prompted one UC professor to take the
BROWN QUICKLY AGREED to. the million federal grntfor a UF humanities matter to the University Senate Professional "theoretically confidential", the committee
of the in dated the Standards and heard testimony from of "three toeight"
substance i terms a memo program, woul be valuable in helping UC Relations Committee more groups
same day which concluded with a note of transition than one year ago. people and cross-examined faculty
through a period.
praise tor Bentley. concerning points of incompatible testimony.
The
"\.ou have worked long and hard under great "WHEN BENTLEY INDICATED he'd be committee subsequent turned investigation by the senate Bentley said he' spoke to the committee
strain and difficulty at times, and you deserve more comfortable in a classroom, I took up anonymous allegations
along with members
by UC two other UC faculty
nothing less than the best. I am personally advantage of that to make the change" faculty charging Brown with with whom he
threatening agreed to
indebted to you for kindnesses considerationand Brown said. reprisal for criticism of his ad- appear.

unfailingly competent assistance'during' Vice President for Academic Affairs ministration. Hemp said groups appeared together onlyat

,; the time that you have served as my associate Robert Bryan said Brown has been con Marston ordered an outside evaluation of their own request and a private hearing was
dean." Brown wrote. sidering including Moss in the UC ad- UC after a senate survey indicated a majority possible if desired.
However in a memo dated June J, Bentley ministration for a long time. of UC faculty rated morale "unsatisfactory" WHEN CONTACTED about the present

replied. "I 1 thank you for the pleasant and Both Bryan and Brown said the ap- A later survey isolated the dissatisfaction controversy McCain said his memory was
generous things you say about me in your last pointment was. not yet official however. the faculty to the administration of of "too hazy" to permit a valuable statement.
paragraph. While it does not seem to me that Brown said a choice would' not be for college, which their the Goldman also declined comment.

they fit very-well with the fact that itwas ypu. malized until nud-August after .the, sap, tegarded as one and the report same"noted tis Brown, "was "What the committee did or didn't say to

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JEANS Gandhi should have resigned. But he thinks
(from page onf\\ Gandhi will stay in office if she can hold the

_1'1 1l people. I was a little shocked: because I've party"There-together.are dissidents in her party and
-been conditioned by America but when I was many are on the edge, She must be able to
JEANS in India I wasn't surprised at all Dayal keep the loyalty of her party in the next few
said.Dayal months if she is to stay in power"he said. ,
I s Said that although in the Americanview Thanawala and Shenoy said even if \
of democracy. Gandhi's actions might be Gandhi's appeal fails she might be able to '
considered a "disaster" under the sphere of change the law to stay in power.
Indian democracy, her actions were within "Even if the Supreme Court rules against
reason. her. her party is in the majority in the
JEANSJj "It was a big action and people would Parliament and they could amend the law.
rather she had not done: it but it's not the big She's done it twice before when crucial rulings
upheaval the American press is making it. It have gone against her." Thanawala said. ,
is not what Indians would call dictatorial as if BUT DAYAL DISAGREED saying that if
democracy had died suddenly no, way," the Supreme Court rules against her she will
Dayal said. have to leave office.
Dayal said that India is a democracy for the "No matter how bad Indian democracy
e Stop by GRAND CENTRAL STATION elite of the country but not for the country as might be. it has a great judicial system maybethe
today and try on a pair of pr -woih d, a whole. best in the world. If they get this case
pr-blachd |*ons. We have aver 1,000 r" "PEOPLE IN THE CITIES are very aware through there's no way she can remain in
of blue denims to choose from anda
pairs wide selection of ttylti PrIces! and in a sense they run the country. But 85- power. She'll j just have to go," Dayal said.
from $11 to $22. Let us help you select rang the 90 per cent of the people have no say in the Gandhi was found guilty of using her
pair that' right for you. matter. Anybody can vote but many peoplecan governmental privileges to aid in her
be made to vote with the promise of a reelection in 1971.
bowl of rice," he said. All students agreed the violation was a very
He said the Indian Press's view of minor offense and that she was being tried on
democracy also differed from the view of the "a technicality."
e Open Monday-Saturday American press. "SHE USED GOVERNMENT
lOomto7pm "The Indian press wondered what the hell PROPERTY in her' campaign. Everybodydoes
Watergate was all about. What's the big it in India. It's hard to draw the line.
,
Debbl."t.an BRANDED LION,
{ by RAINBEAU
.* .. top by deal? They bugged the Democratic Gerald Ford asks for 30 minutes of T.V. time
Bob'|jean, by MALE top by MADMAN headquarters so what? But in the American and he gets it. He gets the time because he's
context it was a big deal. The press is con President but at the same time he's plugging
ditioned by the country it lives in," Dayal himself," Dayal said.
Dayal said he didn't respect Gandhi any
said.Other Indian students were more surprisedat less for her recent dictatorial actions.
CENTBAL Gandhi's crackdown than Dayal. "She's tough, that's all she has shown.
1j srlr Sureth Shenoy. a doctoral candidate in India needs something like a dictator, let's
nuclear engineering,,said he was shocked at face it. In India you need somebody with a
Gandhi's move. strong hand. One thing I have always admired
1019 W. UNIVERSITY "THOUGHT SIIE WOULD just keep about her is that she can be tough with
working as prime minister until the repeal the elite of India. This is important because
decision on her election violation came. .1 was India is a very elitist country. I would like to
"Get on the right track to fashion" really surprised at the severity of the see her in office any day as compared to any
measures," Shenoy said. substitute because there just aren't any,"
Shenoy said in effect, Gandhi has been a Dayal said.OTHER.
dictator,,in India for years. STUDENTS AGREED that India
"Whatever she wants happens because she needs to be ruled by someone with a strong
controls the parliament. Her party, the hand and at the present the only person theysee
DO.I0'5lOSS& Congress Party has a two-thirds majority in qualified for that position is Gandhi.
( the Parliament and the party's policies are her "Politics is not a major factor in India. We
policies," Shenoy said. have tremendous economic problems too. If
Ruston Thanawala, a doctoral student in by taking control she could utilize this powerto
chemical engineering said his father wrote get the economy moving it would be worthit
him from Bombay that the "country as a even if the system was known as a dictatorship
whole is very calm." rather than a democracy,"
"THEY ARE NOT RECEIVING all the Thanawala said.
news and they do not know what to think so NONE OF THE STUDENTS interviewed
they choose to remain calm. My father believe there will be a revolt. -
supports her actions but probably because he "In a country like India revolution can't
MENU rI doesn't get the whole news," Thanawala said. happen. Literally one Indian belongs to a
OUR SUPERS C1-\EE t PIZ\ One student interviewed wanted to remain 'different world from other Indians. There
,,2.: SM LL- .. ..t.2 S- anonymous because he feared political cannot be unity when Indians are so different
LOVE 1T. 14" MEDIUH.,. . &3.00I" repercussions when he returned to India. from each other. You go into a village and
i' 1 i u" uRG g. . ..iS3,5Q "With the present situation as it is in India feel you've met somebody from the dark ages.
pEL.uxEPEPPERot' !I NAMEEN I would rather my name not be used."he said. How can there be any sense of unity or
.. THIS STUDENT SAID morally he thinks common bond?" Dayal asked.
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REFUSE ''
diplomatic name for .the law of the jungle." P \ ... .. YAp t'
And- if the apt* use of that power is any in. .

dication of prowess, Florida Senate President .

Dempsey Barron should be proclaimed king of the ,, .:.,'..'(' t ';.:/
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During the last legislative session, King Baron: I J
regularly wielded the club of .power politics'to I' "
force recalcitrant committee chairman into line

behind his own programs and policies.

Barron's prowess in the political jungle was

nowhere as apparent as during the prolonged
battle that marked 1 the firing of O.J. Keller, acting

secretary of the Department of Health and

Rehabilitative Services (HRS).


That battle more than any other emerged as a AAA

thinly disguised personal contest between Gov.

Reubin'Askew, who appointed Keller, and Barron,
who believed Askew was "meddling" too deeply in S

senate affairs, and was anxious to take him down a

peg-


Barron's theatrics were impressive, from
threatening committee chairmen with loss of their Bitches
are happy women
position if they :voted for Keller, to personally

serving as chief executive in 23 hours of hearingsand

debates that some senators later called a

"kangaroo court." who make wants knownHave


As one aid to Askew later remarked, "it was an

excercise in sheer, raw power, and it had nothingto
do with Ollie Keller at the end." you ever been called a bitch? At one time or another,
It isn't often that the State University Systemand every woman has. Usually, it's men who do the namecalling.Why ,
UP in particular benefits trom the follies of do they do it?
Name-calling is a method of social control.The namecalleris [ JANIS MARA )
the state legislature, but this seems to be one of saying "You have made me angry and I'm going to punishyou.

those cases. ." It's also an indication that you. as a woman, have
trespassed beyond the limits of acceptable behavior.

In the first place, Barron spent so much time Typical "bitch" behavior is definitely unacceptable. A
bitch is tough, demanding. rowdy, complaining, strong
and political energy in his efforts to oust Keller manipulative harsh..In other words "bitch" is a caricatureof Such harshness is lamentable. Why feel you have to slap
that ran out of steam before he could get on with all the qualities men see in themsleves and fear in women. anyone down? A strong woman isn't a threat to self-assured.
his much touted "long hard look" at the Of course. if you really are a bitch it's doubtful that men man, simply an equal. .
productivity of the State University System. We will call you this to your face. They'd be afraid to. Why a real Being aggressive is trampling all over someone to get what
you want. This is the more "masculine" identified approach.
bitch would tear them to pieces.
can at least be thankful for that. .
Passivity is the traditionally "feminine" identified
But you're a normal everyday woman who refuses to fall ap-
And secondly, UP will benefit more directly in with their wishes then ypu're likely to get it. The more proach.This means not daring to even ask for what you want.
when Keller comes to teach this fall, as a visiting mild and sensitive you are the more likely it is that a harsh Assertiveness is a happy blend of the two. It means askingfor
professor of sociology and criminal justice. pejorative like "bitch" will slap you down. .what you want but without shoving.someone else aside to
Keller has long been recognised for some And that's just what it's meant to do slap you down. get it.
Pejoratives are a form of violence and often set off further Unhappily, often men will chastise a woman who j is
reforms he had initiated in HRS
sweeping par explosive violence. An expletive like "nigger" can be twice as assertive as being "aggressive." They're happy with a passive
ticularly in the Divison of Youth Services painful as a slap in the face and ultimately twice as woman who makes no demands.I .
and the handling of juvenile delinquents.His dangerous. I think it's about time we had a campaign to decriminilizethe
word "bitch." Let's be proud of being bithcesl! A strong

expertise and connections in the field of woman is a happy woman. A happy woman is a BITCH!
Perhaps we could form a club called "Better Iniative
criminal justice and rehabilitation should be ,
a
through Changing Homo Sapiens" (BITCHES). Or perhaps.
valuable asset to UF's criminal justice program.It's "Bet It's Threatening to Change He-men." (Of course it

easy to see why Keller, a strong believer in r would probably be a .... to get office space.)
crime prevention through education and OPINION All we really need to do is change our own minds. That will
rehabilitation came into conflict with Barron, a be enough to take away the stigma of the word. "Bitch! the
hard line advocate of maximum sentencing and next time you refuse to accomodate a man.

warehousing men in prisons

In this case the state of Florida's loss is UF's

gain. Welcome Mr. Keller.. The Independent "RonCUMlneham Tom shroder

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EDITOR ,\
I came tO'UF three years ago as an out of state student. \
having been attracted by this school's former international ,\
academic reputation. It seems tragic to me that such a \
reputation is slowly being undermined by those very personscharged r\\\
with the responsibilities of maintaining its academic L

standing.To .
build a mass! seating coliseum solely on the basis of lack
of such facilities presently is nothing more thin a gross.
overstatement. I teel that if all of the events currently held
were tilled to capacity(as so few of them are), and if all of the ; tr
classroom buildings were up to "minimum" standards and
all those who needed scholarships got them and we were still
wallowing in all this dough that somebody's talking about
((120 million), then we should build a coliseum.
BUT AS t for now. when the economy is bad shape, and the
cut backs for education are getting larger each year we need 2111,11 ,
to think about using those extra-curricular facilities that we .
already have to their fullest potential.Start .
with Lake Wauberg sure the campus pools are
over crowded but how much money would it take to have a
bus go from the Broward pool area each day out to the lake Arts and Sciences Student Council
during maximum use hours and back say every two hours? 1 I
lor one would certainly take advantage of such a service.Or .
take University Auditorium an odd imitation of should study issues before deciding
archaic architectural styles. to be sure but surely it isrenovatable.
I have only once seen an overflow crowd there.
The I outdoor concerts and lectures seem to be well attended. I wish to make members of the university community aware council has a Student Rights Committee, the purpose of
and what about the J. Wayne Reitz Union ballroom? Why of the ideological and unprofessional approach which has which is to provide a means of redress for students who feel
isn't it more often used? As long as we're over on that end of been taken by the outgoing leadership of the Arts and that they have suffered an injustice at the hands of a
campus. what about the Constans Theater? Sciences Student Council on various occasions throughout the professor.Even .
year, and I further wish to point out a possible implication of if such powers are only advisory they should not be in
ON
COME people let'stry to think a little! or have our
such an approach. the hands of those who are prone to jump on the bandwagonand
administrators been so mesmerizedby politics that they'veforgotten
Perhaps the most flagrant example is the manner in which to use such power in an irresponsible manner. Further
how? I say we need to tighten our belts a little bit.
the boycott issue was handled the boycott being directed comment on the possible implications to professors. instructors
use what we've already got and strive for "academic excellence
against non-union, lettuce and other agricultural products. and academic freedom is not necessary.
(before we forget what it was like. ,)
When representatives from the boycott movement addressed In addition, the executive branch of Student Government
John Watson,3 AG the council fo seek endorsement for their cause, the about which the Council leadership has never said a kind
council voted to give their endorsement, without inviting or word (another bandwagon perhaps?), should be praised for
allowing a representative of the opposing point of view to having taken a more responsible approach to the issue in
The Independent present, the other, side of the issue. question.If .
The endorsement 'was in accord with the political sentiments I may conclude on a positive note l let me point out that
Florida AlligatorRick of the president and most 'officers and membersof the newly elected Council leaders for the coming year appearto
the council. be more open-minded and less ideological than many of the
The important point is not the boycott issue itself. outgoing leaders. '
Adelman Cory Bolonoff However jumping on the proberbial bandwagon after having I further hope that this letter will help generate student
Sport Editor! Aut. News Editor heard only one side of an issue is contrary to the spirit of an interest in their respective college councils since efforts by the
academic community, and those who do not share this spirit council leadership to generate such interest have not met with
.should re-examine their objectives regarding their enrollmentin full success.
John Ptwto Moron Editor an institution of higher learning. I am disappointed that

\ Jeff Yarema, president of the council allowed this to happen., David Stein
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Heuer..
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collective bargaining. In the course of our
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B By SHERYL GOLDBERG ne hppea the tighter and less ambiguous script would
Alligator Staff Writer phase out "Summer and Smoke", but it did not.
The Florida Players chose a perrennial favorite for this THE FLORIDA PLAYERS presentation overall was

summer's repertory theater. gator1 sensitive and well-done Susan Pritchard, a aj$ ,Alma was par
f ""Summer and Smoke" bears all the trademarks typical of a ticularly fine. The character of Alma. Is t feminine, confused,
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achieving anything meaningful are thwarted by ugly twists of J+ lactation; a difficult combination to act if there ever was one.. f r
t 4 +fr 1 1am fate.. The mood is morose. There is a hopeless finality to Her performance and Garnold Kreft's' as young Dr. John, .' jt
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t ? r r THE LEADING ROLES are'of almost incredibly p patheticpeople. the bram seeks t mtft tomach seeks food the sex seeks pathy and thorough understanding of their roles, but Kreft g''
Outwardly, the men are composed to the point of love -. leaving no r the metaphysical. just barely missed conveying the polish needed for his -. "r 1 +>ta g'ta
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being disconcerting to the flightly-mannered women while THE TWO O CO, I groping in each other for a character. nor was his delivery continuously smooth. Yet ,, : iuAIy:
within both are wresting with despair over the wretchedness of median "which hthey sts..but by the time Alma declares together they evoked genuine compassion from the audience.
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her love for John anl f'' ness to express it physically, and The various aspects of production were commendable. In
t life.It It is not surprising that Williams is synonymous 'with John has accepted t ty of the human soul it is too late.. the park situated on the stage between Alma and John's
John's's homes was a large stone angel Eternity. Even when the
depression to a lot of theatergoers.He 'Self.transft n into a respectable, responsible .
focuses on people whose lives are trapped in lateral citizen includes a I'( of his past. including Alma as a I park is blacked out its shadow is ever in the background. r'' r
movement only; people who discover more of their existing lover. 1 Tennessee Williams meticulously sets forth in the script what s. 1 t'

selves but are never able to grow.. Not only does 10 iM Alma he becomes engaged to a 'ie wants done with the sets, lights, and music, down to the
THIS IS PRECISELY the case in "Summer and Smoke." rather silly giruhod, Jlmg a finishing school. period of the architecture and the constellations in the sky. To '
: a Taking place over a span of fifteen years at the turn of the Her quest for |0J o be denied, it is ;implied! in the say the stage crew of Constans Theater was not 100 per cent
century, it concerns the relationship between Aim closing scene that A Ay jenerates into promiscuity. As she faithful would be nitpicking.
t, Wmemiller a spinster(Susan Pritchard) and John Buchanaia so bitterly declare to id! "Oh, the tables have been turned. There was some surgery done to the original play that was :
j'l*. }.,' 4.' : doctor (Garnold Kreft). The tables have bea'ed'' with 'a vengence!" more confusing than helpful. The prologue to the play in ,
/', J.j "II' #''.>t''': ,1." Alma is best described as a spiritualist, and Dr. John, as I Iis Iis tis THE PLAY is BOO:J Jwas terpiece by any means. Williams which Alma and John as children are playing was omitted
... A .J''.; ( is known, as a devout sensualist. Each is extreme in the fully aware of ofk and derived another play from but dialogue refering to it was not. .
photo by IcI k. williams. lifestyle; Alma is frigid and the young doctor succeeds i "Summer and Smoh':' ually a rewrite. It's' titled "The Despite such problems, we are presented with a tenderly photo by k williams
alienating nearly everyone around him with his incessai Eccentricities of i N gale" and by William's own ad. executed love story about two people who should logically be
ALMA AND JOHN debaucheries.. At first the two are diametrically opposed; \ mission it is "less$ onal.and melodramatic" than its together and are separated by social realities, human TRAVELING SALESMAN
I' drinking from the sadness of life one scene Dr..John forces Alma to look at a chart of tl predecessor.. stupidity, and unkindest of all, fate.here. standing in the shadow of eternity .1

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Alligator Staff Writer craven. manner; : conceivable? the "blue" jokes. Allen's Welcome to -
As ,for his jokes, they run preposterous -"self-image as
One thing about a Woody the usual phantasmagoria of Mr. Virility breaks us up
: Allen flick one has to get anything and everything. One every time GATOR COUNTRY {! t t
1 into its crazy messiness in' subject that receives special THE FILM'S '
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order to appreciate it. attention during "Love and MECIIANICS are. on' the
Any desire by the Death"* is philosophy. whole better realized than '
moviegoer for logical order in -In', should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:
they were "Sleeper* While are here for orientation, you
you
be
has
plotline suspended or ,theme for Allen's to Naturally, the: editing-is SHOP:> and BOOKSTORE located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) We ,
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comedies at least, the ARTS Allen pictures but what are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently you
better ones (and "Love andDeath"
impressed us were the the student.
is among them) HE VIEW production values and the
only adhere tenuously to any
clever utilization of a ."
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muggings are only
reign supreme.- in Allen's Keaton turn to one another
outmatched by the stand-up
world these the that and discourse senselesslyupon
are things
comic, antics of her leadingman.
garner the boffos and are, ontology (metaphysicsof .
therefore all that really being),
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FURTHERMORE,, Allen seems particularly hung to the yok of the moment( ,
director-writer Allen has i *, as gags about the actors' overplaying accomplishes q
lately tended to deviate into flaming food; herring and his purpose by ..
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more bizarre settings for his edible sleet periodically fly by maximizing the comic effect. ?, 1* w 4xr
cinematic lunacies. In .. "..
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action took place against a
revolutionary Latin American
background; in "Sleeper"Allen U.S. Department of Health- Education and Welfare
inhabited a world 200 (HEW)will not accept UF's Affirmative Action plan as it now
years into the future.for his stands.James Allison.UF affirmative action coordinator, has a ;,,,ggNw, .p v> ,. R .
latest, "Love and Death," he announced.The j ,.
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drop to date: the NapoleonicWars. department.HEW .
IS IN the process of standardizing the plans from all
Can one honestly imaginethis over the country and UF's plan' will have to be modified TEXIBOOKS NEW & USED ARCHTrECrURE & ENGINEERING
horn-rimmed nebbish, slightly to conform to the new format, Allison said. 'GYM OUTFITS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
ostensibly the scion of He said he did not know what the modifications would be SWEATSHIRTS ARTS & CRAFIS SUPPLIES
Russian nobility, schleppinghis but added they will probably be minor because the plan has DRUGS & SUNDRIESmI11N EQUIPMENT
way through a battlefield? already been approved by the HEW Atlanta office. COMPLETE LINE OF GENERALSJUmJES STUDY LAMPS

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rtments have submitted forms
jgh the July 28 deadline.y MIAMIAN DAVE ROGEL(L) ,JUNIOR ZOOLOGY MAJOR,GIVES POINTERS
Anderson of the Campus Shop and FOCUS Staffer Helps Fellow Mlamians Dawn Orfas and Her Mother,Mrs.Emmanuel Orfas

tore said faculty members will run
k:of having books arrive too late for Incoming Freshmen Their FamiliesGet
ginning of fall classes unless they ,
[it orders by the end of this week.
:Campus Shop and Bookstore shares
with other bookstores in Gaines- the Facts from UF StudentsMiami's


book ordering forms may be ob- Mrs.Emmanuel Orfas and her daughter Dawn moved the most pleasant and efficient way to inform incoming students'and
by' calling University Printing, into the same dormitory room at the University of Florida last their parents about the University of Florida," explains Rob
[134, if faculty members have lost week. ,Denson, director of New Student Programs. "
previously sent. Education on the family plan Sort of.Mrs. Orfas and Dawn, a Denson says nobody knows where find the biggest hamburgerfor
culty members are to indicate for 1975 graduate of Miami Senior High School, were on a two-day the lower price, the best place to launder dirty jeans or the
text cited, the total number of visit to find out what college is all about before Dawn enters as a professor who gives the best lectures like students who've been
nts who will be expected to use ther freshman pre-veterinary medicine major this fall. around a year or two.
Hosted by a team of 24 UF students, the Orfases and hundredsof As hosts, guides, advisers and companions to entering
> information,regarding textbook other families are getting an inside look at contemporary freshmen and their parents during 13 separate two-day
(ring procedures, call Anderson at the college life by sleeping in a dorm, eating in the cafeteria and orientation sessions, student advisers are paid $565 (from which
bus Shop and Bookstore, 392-0194. sitting down and talking with professors, officials and even more living expenses are deducted) and reside in Hume Hall with their
importantly with UF students. visiting guests. They are the staff of FOCUS (Finding
[culty Retrainingants "We've decided that the student-helping-student technique is Opportunities Contributing to Undergraduate Success).


[ Available 3 Hall Advisor

nured faculty members under 55
i of age may be eligible to receive up Positions OpenThree
,000 in addition to their regular salaryfor
academic retraining, under a hall adviser positions are avail- .
gram funded by the State Universityem. able for the fall quarter. Hall advisers
Up to ten awards will be' made Sterile/ Male' Insect Eradication must have a bachelor's degree and
[ughout the system. previous residence hall work experience. .
a recent memorandum to deans, Pay for the half-time position is $3,200 for 9
tors i and department chairmen,Inter- At UF Draws 19-Nation AttendancePollutionfree months, and both male and female
advisers needed.Responsibilities .
istant Vice President for Academic are
irs Gene Hemp noted, "The program include staff selection,
esigned to retrain faculty members in training and supervision of resident assis-
rstaffed departments, thereby enag tants and student volunteers, supervisionof
pest control through radiation is the theme of a short course in
them to transfer to departmentschare "Use of Radioisotopes and Radiation in Entomology"at the Institute of Food and student activities in a particular hall,
maintenance
supervision of the resident
understaffed to retrain faculty 29.
Agricultural Sciences through August
hers who need to respond to the new Nineteen scientists and agricultural experts from 19 nations in South America, hall educational physical plant and coordinating

their i or emphasis now being demanded Africa, Asia and Europe are participating in the course, which is funded by the Students interested programs.in the two available
( departments.1tpp1icants Energy Research Development Agency,the International Atomic Energy Agency,
vacancies on the east should
should send to the Office of campus
the United States Department of Agriculture and UF.
contact Jack Mata, Director of ResidenceLife
demic Affairs by August 5 a currentume The visitors are learning the "sterile male technique" of pest control in
at 392-2417 for
the
west
a concise statement of their ; campus
workshops led by Dr. H.L. Cromroy, IFAS professor of entomology.First .
position, contact Al Kozal Director of
[posed program of study, and aniized the the ,
used in the late 1960's technique employs sterilization of male
Residence Life 3920668.Swimming .
lists of specific costs expected for insects with radioactive isotopes of cobalt and cesium. They are released in areas ,
study (up to $3,000)) for up to three infested by normal insects of the species. The sterile males compete with fertile
rters, plus statements from depart- males for survival and for the attention of the female. released in great enough Class
nt chairmen supporting the proposed numbers, more sterile males than fertile males will mate with females. This
am.erontology. decreases the number of insects produced and eventually "totally suppresses the For Children OpenDue

pest population," Dr. Cromroy said. to from the
[ / Planningpen The technique has been used to eradicate the screwworm fly] in cattle throughout requests another University
community beginner's
Florida,saving ranchers from 14 to 18 million dollars per year.Similar plans] have swimming .
class will be offered at Broward Hall
for against the boll weevil,the corn ear worm,the Carib fruit pool
( fo All on Campus been made programs August 4-15, from 9 to 10 ajn. weekdays.
and the Mexican fruit fly, among others.
fly
must be children
3 to
Participants (aged
terested members of the University The only one of its kind at an American university,the seven-year old course has
6 of UF students
[mmunity are invited to attend aIng attracted representatives from Egypt, Israel, Pakistan, Bangladesh, as well as, Cost years is$5) child.Red Cross, faculty water or safety staff.

session today fromiWi, .%p.rn-' for the first'time,,two Iron. Curtain countries. ,Bulgaria anoVPoland."", I i- a Instructors per,'fill teach:."! itfon.ciand all
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utbe Gerontology 'er- : I ) children who :c mP1 t8-the classes will
ion ( receive a Red Cross certificate.To sign up f"
is UF's Center for
sponsored by
Mitological see Helen Beard, Central Housing Office,
Studies.
The corner of Museum Road and SW 13th

[13 at Conference the Gainesville is planning Hilton.for February ,', .. Street* For ,information, call 392-2172.
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Gets Grant To Study



Child Hearing TestsThe


following news account was distributed -*
by the Associated Press:
Many parents have known the heartacheof UriversRy
believing their small child is retarded
v A when the baby actually is suffering from a
serious hearing problem, scientists say.
A team of five University of Florida Digest
scientists have been working to perfect a
battery of tests to help pinpoint such
by At Dtvtoon oflmformttto
at a early
problems very age.
llllationSen ke/to commit*
Dr.William Yost, principal investigatorin icttt official xioilftt Impartmimfarnvaion
the university's Institute for the to HudtHtt,frailly.HOIJ ..
Advanced Study of Communication Processes tl lite I.rivutr of Florida
says advertisments will soon seek
dozens of"lab assistants" -children under
age 6 to help develop testing methods. children.
The children will be ones with no "Our work is solely concerned with
apparent hearing problem.In subjects with normal hearing so that other
..., the first two years of the five-year professionals may more effectively treat
project, funded by a $500,000 National children with abnormal hearing," Yost
Institutes of Health grant, Yost said said.
+, researchers will develop tests to measure Extensive tests in school-age children
the hearing ability of very young children. have shown that at about age 16 everyone
The final three years will be spent begins to lose some bearing sensitivity, be
-- producing a data base on normal hearingand said,but no one has scientifically checkedthe
I' I DR.WILLIAM YOST,TAB = maturing changes In about 100 test hearing of the very young.
of is knownas
neyH Wwk Fran 9SM,009 NIB This presbyacusis.loss bearing sensitivity

Yost's aim is to establish whether it

92 Select High School Scientists affects pre-school children generally.
Meanwhile, be said, parents can use
some practical methods if they suspect a.

Spend Busy Summer on UF CampusWorking hearing"At six problem months in of age their, stand young behind child.the

baby's bead and clap your hands or rattle
a set of keys," be suggests. "A child with
in the Endocrinology Labora- the Florida Special Olympics held for normal bearing will turn his bead toward
tory at the Space Science Research unit of retarded children from across the state on the sound, or at least there will be an eye
i the University of Florida, 17-year-old They Work On the UF campus this summer. They have Jerk In.that direction."
Linda Hanna of Miami is performing also had the opportunity to see the Florida If a child doesn't talk by the time he's
experimental research with rats which and State Museum and the Aerospace, Engi- four years old, parents should assume the
may lead to discovery of the cause of Own Ongoing neering,Food Science and Medical labora child has either a hearing or speech defect,
hypertension in women who take oral tories. Off-campus weekend trips have he said.
contraceptives. Research Projectsdata / taken them to the Crystal River Marine "Inattentiveness on the child's part is an
Gainesville's Kevin Jones,17, is workingin Science Laboratory and to Oleno State important signal," Yost said. "Often
the Department of Environmental Park for a geology study. parents think the child is ignoring them
Engineering,analyzing phosphates (which The students are serious about their when in reality the child isn't hearing
contain fissionable uranium) as a possible at the department of civil engineeringand science. Said James Durling of Daytona anything they say."
source of energy in the future. at night takes advantage of the Beach, "Science has always fascinatedme
And Julie Waltz of Lake Worth, also 17, Florida Players repertory theater presen- ; now I'm trying to help others see the
is analyzing and studying strains of tations and his own piano playing abilities. same things in science that I do: the A&S Students May
bacteria which cause peridontal (gum and Carter Wellons of Lakeland studies lasers solutions to today's and tomorrow's prob-
membrane) diseases at the dental laboratories by days and entertains his fellow young lems." Pick Up PrintoutsStudents
of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. scientists with card tricks during his spare "The eight-week summer program puts
Linda, Kevin and Julie are among 92 time. And Nancy Ing of Stuart, who plansto the students in an atmosphere usually in the college of' Arts and
hand-picked high school students from be a veterinarian and works in the experienced only by graduate students, Sciences may pick up individualized
throughout Florida involved in the 17th experimental animal surgery unit at the placing them in close contact with both computer printouts in 113 Anderson week-
Annual Summer Science and Engineering J. Hillis Miller Health Center, finds plentyof mature scientists and their ideas," said days from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The printoutsare
Research Participation Program. Most places and people to share her Dr. Abbott. "And because they have to do to assist students with selfadvisementand
have completed their Junior year and will enthusiasm for tennis and basketball.The their own meal planning and budgeting, list courses taken, grade point
return to their high schools in September. entire group donated their servicesto they quickly learn how to manage their average, and courses which need to be
Directed by Dr. Elizabeth Abbott, act as Judges and other type officials at own finances." taken.
physical sciences professor at the Univer-
sity of Florida, the program is cosponsored -
by the Florida Foundation for
Future Scientists, the National Science M J r tie
Foundation, the Florida Heart Associa-
tion, the Florida Chapter of the American
1 Cancer Society,the Volusia Heart Association '
L and private donations. They under- ;
write the students' living expenses with g
scholarships ranging up to $550. 4
Some of the students spend their eight d '
weeks on campus as a participant in an 4 t w
ongoing research project. Others seek
answers to their own,questions-workingside
by side with University professors and
graduate students.
The students also get a taste of modern
campus living. They are housed ,in the
University's single student apartmentsand
do their own' cooking and house-
keeping. They find time for their own
diversions and group'activities.'

'.eo Andrew Labbie of Miami, by day studies IMM ...,.r.. >.
the effectiveness of Miami's Orange DR.ELIZABETH ABBOTT(R)WITH SCIENCE PARTICIPANTS
Streaker bus system through computer From left,Greg Miller,Rockledge; Beth Miller,Pinellas Park; Larry Elmer,Leesburg


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FOR' SALEClassical FOR SALEAKC FOR RENT 5HH f

2:20 4:ID 6:00 7:50 9US
Guitar, Victor Garcia, Irish Setter puppies :Jovoble, long Homes for SeptIII w llrh ItKlit end
manufactured in Valencia, Spain excellent haired norlhert I
Championship, blood 3bdr Walk UF !r4 Ba""VAma
to
quality, with hard case $100; 377. [,met. Great Pointer, or show potential 2 bdr $150 Walk to UF4Bdr2baNWarea IB JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT KAY LENZWHITE
4085 834 tw 9 si (a.II-162-p) $100 call after 5 pm 375.1383 ((05..158.p .

for tale 1971 mobile, home I2.44 2 )) 3 bdr $125 Country home

bedroom tome furniture a-c $1500 and TRANQUILITY Retire or nor family, from several hornet on lakes I UK FEVER
take over payments call. 377-3116 after turmoil of city, 4 bedrm fireplace cent h
Only $1.50 5:30: ((0.31.162.p) t a 30 mm from Girdle two story more Apts for Sept III

Collar Dell IOSPEED by GITANE hat new point, info 473.3241 Keystone Jan 384-6285 ((0' $110 Walk to UF
| ? to II tubular tires, cables, and best Simplex, 4t-l S9.p) |_ $100 NW sect Ulil paid2bdr$120.NWarea 1.50 till 2:30 p.m. except Sunday and Holiday
Now open geart. This bike In top running shape student desk. $7 6 golf clubi $5 3841 NW

$100coll Rick' 373-5985 Spm (o-5M62-c) 15th Ave ph 373-0878 after 6 p.m (a2t.161.p 2$140 bdr-.NE all Sect.utilities. pold-NW
7 uncut sheets of )
panelling and 7 half LktliLLlil
sheett Good 2:00 4:00 4:05: SilO 10:15
to excellent condo also, Dachshund, AKC.2M2Fbrown-dark United Real Estate Assoc Broker rs.w. I Ml ITIIIT Midi HBMMM BMl H BMIMi BIM
blue velvet drapes: two 11ft. loftpieces. 113NE r.4 1101.011 IV No
16th AveOpen
Will, tell all or part. Coll 372.9466 brown. Small standard dom.mmiature .
Robert (o2t.62p! ) tire. Many champions tire's .,del 378- 9am 8pm 377- 992
7859 after six and weekends a-4t-160-( (btp-160p)
conserve your dollars buy a duplex live Pj)
in one side, and receive, income from the
low table Beautiful rustic, redwood with,
other wayne d. mason & co, Inc. realtor ie
377-6789 (o.37t-152.p) all wood pegi No screws Dk antique WANTED 1
cherry gloss fmuh, 45".45".19". $85
HP 55 programmable pocket calculator, 3750282 oft 530 (a-5t.160p)
adapter, security cradle, math &statistics P P.
program books, 'includes all accessories, 12.65 2BR Mobile, homeCentral air, i need HELP In, chemistry cy 201 will e
$345 call 378.8122(0-51( .158-p) washer, dryer, ,shed unfurn Brown't negotiate terms Deanna 373.8227 (c-3t- PGr
Trailer Park 3737991 ovble fall qlr. 162.p)
NOVUS PROGRAMMABLE $5200 (a-5l-162.p)
calculators! priced' from $70 to$1701 Graduate; student with, good science
7:15 Business model Rolling, Stones tickets, 10 ticked,
From Warmer Bros. (compares' HP 70)) background wanted to teach MCAT
9:45: Scientific model (compares HP.55)I ) available, for Jacksonville, ihow 11 course Aug 20 Sept 27. Materials
many more In oroarammable & nor dollar each. I am not scalping 'these furnished $10-hr call 377142061.( .
xog mode in USA I yrwarranty 373-1106 tickets Jeff 372-1162 (a-2t.l6lQfor ) 162-p)

(a.71.157-p) tale 67 BSA 650 cc lightening'
41 complete Hock full l I history good running Female; ; roommate needed Point, West
inema Wedding, Bonds & Engagement Rings,
condition clean must tell 750 or best $100 + utilities for own BR. pool laundry
'
Traditional, or Contemporary designs' of offer
372-9837 375-0284 (o5M6l-p)
central heal t ac toll Marlene (days 14or
your choice Handmade for 1 individualswho ,
72 Mobile home 3 bedroom I'/i\ both, anytime) 373-0500 (c-5l-162-p)
the best
work theSouth't
want Original' by
large screened and in
porch ac, nice
leading, Artists' Master Gold
Smith and Lapidist. Unconditional' park dote to campus $5200 Gill 372. GOlD & SILVER Tbp price paid for clots
Gene HackmanBite Guarantee OZZIE By appointment, only 6191 (o-2l-161-p) rings' old jewelry, etc confidential., Coll
I 73-3894. (o.I8I.I53-p) Surfboard 6'9" Oceanside, Rocks and OZZIE 373.3894 (c-18t.53-p' )
cord Included $125 375-1268 ((021.161"111far )

the Mayan wedding, hammocks for (lovers or tale, KLH model 51 receiver' 20 RMS couple to shore 2 bdrm. apt. I block from Roger Da" Is TosmC
|lull luxury lounging Many decorator per channel, lists at $249, must tell only liger oug or sept tllO-mo. coir dove
Bullet colon and weaves In comfortable fine $125 excellent condo good clean sound. 377-8885 (C-5M60-P)
mesh cotton $36 377-4864 (5t-l58-p) coll evenings 379-6344 (a-21-161A-)
Female Roomote for 3 bed 2 both opt. in

Case "rr 3 Wilson, Tennis Rocquets good con oak forest rent $95 mo. + 1-3 util
Promotional & dition.' Recently re strong $25 per poolside lighted tennis ctt. Availablenow
Photograph racquet or 3 for $60 call 372-6446 after 6 coll 3737177. Marti reduced oug.
The Other r s J pm ((0-31.161.p1) rent (c-4l-l6l-p)

Side of the '.UI FOR RENT female grad student wanted to share
lovely 3 br opt (Point West) 12 mo.
MountainRobert 211-0700 Great 2 bedrm apt Ideal location one 1 lease beginning sept 1. close to camput.
block to tigert Move In Aug. I, option
c-51-159-
31 N. Main call laurie 373-9133,392-0710 (
lor fall. $160 (hit It a unique deal. Call P) re
now. 377-8885 (b2t-162p)
.
"warsrw.".:. ..:, r x.Sathiri1ie 2 BR HOUSE furn oc 6 blocks from
::: :$ ; 1 1i
Shaw campus no pets available aug 3 $215 mo CLOTHES DONT
<&" 'includes oil utilities except gal 758 nw .
?
FIT
of London 18th ter call 373.9682 (b.2t.162-p) i 06.00
See foraftemfiom
share' opt summit house for summer $65 us
JAWSWoody Try our No-Sot English near med center female 377.8408 pool
Curly Permanent.. Iv (b.2t.162.p) 1

377-2643 OCEAN FRONT CONDO 2 BR 2 B Furnished .
Pool & Rec room Descent Beach
$60 weekend $200 week 373-5552 (b-2t- Ebb.I
162-p)
LEWIS
Allen Avoid 'the fall rush) Have your own room
10 JewelryCompony ,in a beautiful house, available Aug 1.
Diane Keaton CLASS RINGS Prefer non-smokert $85-95 & shore ulil. .1.11nhtersitg Plzza inn.With .

LOVE DIAMONDSWATCH Coll 373-3734 David, (b-4'.162.p' ))__ .

50 14 rooms graduate, upper division, moles this coupon buy any
ft REPAIRS 2 blocks campus kitchen, telephone | 130 DEATH 200 W. University*. central heat washer $120 Includes 1630 W University at regular price and receiveone
372-4106 utilities, yr lease 378-8812 (b-SI.162-p) pizza of the next smaller j

--- 3 bedroom apartment graduate upper size with equal number of
division, males I block campus $300. 3 ingredients FREE! One
occupants 50.00 additional person 12 coupon per visit please.
month lease 376-6652 after Spin (b-8t162 -- ..... -
SGP Presents ,
p) / ..n ftK. IM w .1.w I.I. RN11eiw w
furnished house graduate upper division, 's Its sea rrCorr
each /r rw sea rw
moles I block campus $120.00
1r ns sr rw
each additional 12 Iw too torn ...
room 60.00 person -
..
.
w r M Fur
I month lease 376-6652 after Spin (b 8t- .. + Iw rw 'A sea
..
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Iw sea sea
162-p) .. ..
NOW LEASING it rr
w..ww.5.... ..
Homes for Rent wa Ir rr. sr ..
s.s.r-rw. Ir I. a.
3 bdr home Avail Sept 1st rw rw .. sr.r
!6 blk to UF 4 vacancies FOR FALL __. w w .M..w
2 bdr -$125-On lake Avail Sept. PlUS MANY MOREI'
carry out orders 10 cents extra
Over 50 listings for Sept. Color TV in every opt.. per box

United' Real Estate Atsoc Broker .Off street parking Valid 7-29 thru *.2Rt1o.
113 NE 16th Av. Individual bedrooms

377-6992 Laundry facilities


(b-9t.15S-p) Furnished eGos Grills 316 SW 16th Ave. 3764521O

2 neat responsible females needed to oPool
share very nice 3 br house in nw section, B! O
only 5 blocks to low school. $120 mth +

I 1-3 util, Grad student preferred esp ,in only 2 blocks to campus
low 373-1754 (b-6M59)
j|
ROOMMATES WANTED 4 BR, central 1914 SW 8th Ave. 378-72248
heat ( air, 2 block from campuiloMancho .
0'r Apartments, pool t gas grillt

.. ..
b-fr-160-c)
378-7224. ( : :+.::tXCa..c.t.:: :. .:.t"C.C.-"Q ." "..:: ::
sublet apt fall I winter, central AC dote
to campus. own big' room $100 mo. + '',
45S1'rei 377.9915 (b.5.-150-p)
utilities'
i @ $D b'X'xT StiTA.Trvs ySe ROOM FOR RENT in 4 BEDROOM HOUSE ,

moo. FENCED YARD AC WASHER-DRYER PETS t ghatlghaL QQdetl}(

Pj RENT)-$80,-375-1404 or-373-5266-(51-159-- t.Q it 4

I BR m 2 BR furnished, trailer, available ",
$67.50 month + '" electric phone. 372- Mandarin & Polynesian Foods & Cocktails

ftory.1: *0 Torso 0535 (b-3t.161..p)

C.Md Battisen and RobIn Civil Engineering, Student wants roomote
for 2 bedroom house with oc near Authentic Chinese cuisine Relax on our Gordon Terrace with Is Is'Enloy

Gainesville, Moll for $60 and Vt utilities prepared by our Chefs from Taiwan fine cocktails A Polynesian drinks
FREES! Fri. Aug 1 1,1975 toll Kim 373-2046 (b-71.161-p) .

NOW 3 blocks from
for rent
date: Saturday ,campus apartment 1621 NW >d.P.No! 3 100 per 1620 SW 13th St. open Sun. 2iJSJS: : 372565611Ielndependen' '

::00 PM .1 Lawn month total from aug 1st AC yard (b-3t-
rM1 161.p) .X4i.x.a :<<:':.a oo > 'xc X.D1 :D'X'.



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18 West i


CLASSIFIEDS Frames and Gallery\;

S S { SSiiY
S Career CUSTOMFRAMING



a Choice Problems? f YS &

Career Counseling Workshop for L1ELP WANTED PERSONAL JonUr Associates
31 N.Main St. FINE ARTPRINTS
Students 25 and older
1 Delivery boy wanted. Apply In person, Bookpockt hiking shorts, poncho
Aug 5& 6,7:30-10:00: : p.m. Charlie's Chicken 3919 S.W. !131h St.Must whittling speedo swim suits, bugproof 372.6511
} hove .1t-162-) 'lenit Allan's Aquatic 4 Trail Center
,
Reitz Union 339 own cor (e _
3448 W Unix 373-9233 (l-fr-152-c) ., See us for your printing needs!
S Resumes Brochures'Newsletters 22 W. Univ.
Sponsored by Office(for Student Camp Challenge, Flonda'i eoiter teal Wedding Invitations from $1140 per, 3738186TYPEWRITER
Services, University" Counseling Center camp for the handicapped, needs molt 100. Two week delivery. Hundreds of I
counselors work with and Cliff Hall 1103 N. Main
to teenogen styles. Printing.
and Career. Planning & Plac.m.nttenter.
\ adults now through oug.31. Pay not 376-9951. (|.fr.l52-c) _
s much, .experience is great, room and KARATE lESSONS '
Hall board provided. If you have enthutiotm Small clones $23
129 mon.
Register Tigert per
tend resume to Brian Richardson Camp
1215 NW Silt Ave. (off 13th St) Man thru
1 For information call Challenge Route 1 Sorrento Fla. 32776 PROBLEMS?
Sot. even 7 to 9 376713117l154p(| )
Immediately (e-2t-61-p! ) .
392.1261 COCO' facial hoi removed per. 1
Wanted audio engineer-experienced manently. Call Edmund Dwyer We've got ol' the answers

with large PA. lyttemKoncert work. eleclrologiit over 20 years experience. Sales-Service
Coll 372-8039 (jfr.152c1Wrlle ) !
Mutt be E E. student. For written application
contact Technical Service, 310 SuppliesLeaseASSOCIATED
I to Baha'l Association Room 300
I Reiti Union. (e-4t 160-c) Reili Union UP for free 'Introductory
I II pamphlet on Boho'l folthfrl60c(| ) _.
I
t\,0 \\V AUTOS laundry service. let ui wash, dry told BUSINESS SYSTEMS
your laundry. 24 pound Includes free
: Must Sell l 1971| Peugeot 304. 4-tpeed, delivery love on dry cleaning too. 373.3359GunsGunsGuns
good condition, excellent mpg. 378- Norge loundrymat and Drycleanen 2108 724 N. Main
t\\\\.i-: 7680. (g-4l-162-p) SW 13th St. (|-10t-156-p) _

: Must sell 1966 opel 1 kodette recently SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair style
overhauled engine excellent condition
to suit personality.377.2643716W.
SUMMER I $400 ph 378,3244 Jerry (g.5t-161-p) University your Ave. j-fr-153-c( )

{; i:. PERSONALAttention feature benefit friendship-free I vr,

... mole leopard hound, make yourself a
SALE I Doodlers Demonstration in dedicated friend come meet Colorado NEW & USED
front of Sidewalk floritt 105 WUniveriity call Potty 373.3750 evenings (|.5t-150-p)
Crewel & Needlepoint Kits Avenue 9 om 12 noon, July COMPLETE LINE OF GUNS
I 31. (j i-lt-162-p) RELOADING COMPONENTS
& FOUND
"A Needlework 20 % to 50 % off LOST Inventory over 500 guns
i found a little kitten S i can't keep her
Shoppe she loves people I It housebroken I'd 3 KEYS found July 8th near Norman Hall. REPAIR
BUY SELL TRADE
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Sot. Aug. 2 ONLY I 373-0597 (l-3t.160-nt) -
I hate to take her to the pound call 378- Call 10 Identify r

e CREWEL EMBROIDERY (LATCH HOOK 7430 Dianne (|-3t-lel-nc) loll a brown notebook near commuterlot 4 6 -3 3 4O
e NEEDLEPOINT' e CUSTOM DESIGNINGCROSS DON'T SMOKE YOUR HEAlTH WAY I II by med center if found call anytime V ;MICANOPYHARRY
,e STITCH MACRAME I Self hypnosis. sure to stop you. Lose 472-331B or Nursing office (l-l-l61-p) BECKWITH GUN DEALER
weight too. Private appointment'
819 W. University (next to the Crafty Owl). 3785048 I Theodore Relit 372-7008 after S p.m. f I.I j- lad, female collie Sheppard mill block\ Student Discount Owner
I .159.p) end ton slightly overweight In the or.oof
the fla gym. answers to the name of
ahoy 74 tog num. 04255 please call 377-
$ ':' :
"s t't'f f 7681. reword offered ((1-41-160-p)
m.!" .dtfjj; Found: tunglauet near Motherly Hall 7- ALL YOU CAN EAT

.xakycax''.of LGf' UOflx..._..v ..,: 24 communication center at Motherly to
Identify (r3lte2nQFound )
i.gtg&; :;:: ; :'t.:: <<:.i: @ij=i
: female blond terrier near Perry 4PM10PAACHICKEN.
!Jf wtifuivpve. field. Recently groomed 378.3153 John

t .-X 377-2643 X. ((1.31.162-p' ) FRENCH FRIES,
Reword offered for return of portable
typewriter Jell in parking lot behind Rolf COLE SLAW ROLLS
Hall Monday 721. Please call 373-0390 ws
Charlie's Chickenis after 6pm (13t.162p)
FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS
delivering lOST DOG:tin city area;lan-gold-collte- .
shePPard mm; no tail; answers to ntt
Presents 'tamton'; needs medication REWARD- .
call 378-3077 (I-St-162-p I )
FORDELIVERY
Mr. Jim Conner Rockwell 63R In Peabody Hall. Unusable
without charger. Please return to Scott
Ware,373-5305 377-8252 Reword offer I
Monday thru Saturday No questions (l-2t-62-p! ) SERVICE

1- Direct from engagement in St. SERVICESCheap

Augustine, one of the finest
Canoe Trips-- On the Suwannee,
CALL 377-0901
acoustic singers & musicians khetucknee, or Santa f e River Includes _
around. canoe, paddles, cooler I ice, pick up ..
_vice. Vt' day $5.00 full day $6.00 per 1805S.W.13th
Platters of cheese, bread 377.0992-1062 person, Canoe Outpost, 935.1226 (m-5t-

ft fruit. Uving room 159-p) booooooooooeooeoooooooocxCANT

atmosphere MIT graduate will help you with your :,'.<" .""" ;&,<#)P ;''''"',*,... 4t.%<< "". :"" ..,'. ......,' .", ': s,
,-ltjf i> ) n\\-.. : .. ... fA
r phySICS, Math courtet Experienced ,In pAY'p/R. ;;" ): lii" I""" AJ.CC t AE :IPh + A
"tutoring undergrod Call 372-5035 (m-5t- )
.
Ittt tR I58p) FIND

1-E j house cleaning professional exterior
I pressure washing; let ut demonstrate ;:
8 BDr you may not need to paint 392-7535 372-
AN APARTMENT?
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6718 (m-3t-160-p)

Suggested Retail POt plus JOIN UF FLYING CLUB ll'i newll/ learn to
traniportation taxes t flyl I call Bob 95-9929 (m4t160L)

dealers prp ELECTROLYSIS by appointment. Some
evening and week-endt available Mrt.JN. .
Karp Registered Electrologltt Ph. You can owna
Jg? BROWN 376-5673 (m-IO-160-p( )

\ ) 4322 N.W. 3th St TYPING EDITING Theses, Dissertations, mobile -home c'"
'Term Papers, MA In English, IBM
Selectric 378-0547 (m-121-159)

for less than
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CALCULUS : the cost of rent. t

i i* MADE ,EASY \ .

;' We have the largest selection of homes in .
A lE aII T % by SUvanut P, Thomptoii,. F.R.S. .- '
Gainesville. Let t us show how it
you easy can
Free drinks f the Ladles %. A supplpm(( .ntary: taxtM be )
,' o to own yourown home and get out of the
between 8.& 11 pin I .:, designed to deliver you .i- Vent rutl

j ,I from the /ir.llmlnaryA

terrors of Differential

; r. mM Calculus and tfi. 'Integral J '

;. Monday: e Tuesday e Wednesday 1 Calculus.

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Dynamite Disco Nights ,
l'1 I Send $3.95 plus .40 postage &-toIC
OWG U o o I to: Professional. Associates P.a Box 14562 ..1;, .

University Station Gainesville, Florida
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Highballs S0 Drafts 2S Schllti 30.r
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373-1059 or 466 3224 .. .
..let, M-FM
Sot. 5.6
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SFF3AICFc SERVICESSCUBA SERVICESSLEEPY .
typing"ibm correctable l '- '
.electrlC II call
STREIT'SSchwinn -
[ merry 372-1728 after 4 CLASSES STARTING July 28. All i .
keypunching cuba equipment provided 4 HOLLOW HORSE Form riding WICKER' U.
also available I open 41.
(m )) academy i boarding stablesProfessional
,
Cyclery water dIve Fan safe classes. ,
huntseat !Instruction' : :''''u..J ..:
.
Two :
large greenhouses, full Soles e Service Air > :
healthy e Repo In e Tom ';:
Sales* Service on hanging boskets, reasonable, assorted Allen,Co.h oil of Wild KIngdom.Allan be'; < .s advanced excellent, SNQPa > 1: 'Jr'
makes of bikes pot plants, bring .this ad for free starter Aquatic & Trail Center, Inc. 3448 W. boarding Mails w- pasture 373.1059
All 466-3224
cutting Simpton'i, Greenhouse I 1It mi. Univ 373.9233 ((m-fr.l54cj) (m-151-154) 377-2236 / m' >iw
south of Newberry light on route 41.(m. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE jsYOU'RE .
9t.161.p) near UF 20 Horses Boarded dressage ringsjumps.large
hours, $70. Half of our students scored cool stalls-very close to wildlife .
WIRED FOR SIGHT over, 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt preserve.friendly and quiet.$50mo. 481-
t I "The Eyeglass Super Mort" mprovemenl by the second 2026 much
try or your more (m.2Qt.1.3-p)
UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS noney bock. Attend first, clan free no INVITED TO A
msw 4th Ave. 37844W obligation Coll 854
((305)) -7466 (m-l3i-
HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
(mtf.l52-t 1 :) '"JEI) BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONON
AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
Bindery unique service thesis |journals GRE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF 18 ABILITY.STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
1 Day Service Call and books personally named call hours,$35 course repeatable free.Score LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL pa's
377-BIKE ENGLISH library and BINDERY for free 1000 by the second try or your money Donald G.Pratt,Director 373-3099 (m-fr- SAT.
estimates____ _373-8455-6.; _u (mlct152p1ENJOY ) bock Call ((305)) 854-7466 (m-13t.I58.p) 1439)NOTICE)
O AUG 21

OUR OLD.liME I. etyAt.
rMO.s PHE In order The "OWL" is
2.5 C fpo4'ted to maintain an atmosphere of
OFII believability reliance on advertising featuredin four old !
1K.Fr....W r +e plb ywh\.urte.he..0'01\ the Independent Florida Alligator,we invite our iUJU years
{e11Au.c t1e ctrot sat tsct.lssd readers to contact us when, in their opinion, ,
SNuFN (GER1wn. advertisers' claims published in the IFA have 20 %off on All
k+ais'JNf"'t4Mw.s We erte proved false or misleading. Wood Products-
2Z 1975 The IFA will attempt to resolve complaints,
boxes,
where possible, by offering to bring advertiserand lli; I purse shadowboxes ..
,
complainant together to discuss the com "Craft Supplies ftClosMt plaques
fl plaint. Where this is not possible or where the forth. Crafty" baskets etc.

outcome is not satisfactory, the IFA will Investigate 817 W. University Ave. 378-5048 .
to determine whether its Advertising! next door to the Stitchin' Turtle
Acceptability Standards ore being violated.
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AN OVERSEAS .r ,. SALE! !

ASSIGNMENTS THIS FALL > fHMtt>** I 10% OFF EVERYTHING*

WANT TO QUIT DRINKING? on unusual assortment cf gift, |jewelry t

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Alligator Sports Writer problems encountered by the th'eir predecessors

c old WFL. Using auditors and obligations.

'I he New World Football" investigating methods, the The league last year experienced

League (NWFL) began its league has developed a strong the most difficultyin

ti exhibition season last week financial base.; "A cash as you tour(' areas.""The ownershipwas

:", and speculation to whether go policy," DeCarlis feels will : bad, the padding of t

\ 'the NWFL will experience ensure all bill payments, attendance figures was x 't

financial disaster as the WFLor which he feels greatens the disastous, the failure to pay

whether the NWFL will leagues chance of success. the players and the carte

develop into a successful The Jacksonville Expresswas blanche attitude adopted by

business venture has been organized by Kay the owners" were the reasons

enormous. Stephenson and Coach the old WFL spelled D-I-S-A-
P
Bill DeCarlis, a prominent Charlie Tate. They ap- S-T-E-R. said DeCarlis. _

.a Gainesville attorney and part- proached: DeCarlis with the "LAST YEAR the leaguewas a!!

owner of the NWFL's league's newly adopted built on paper. The

Jacksonville Express, believesthe "Hemmeter Plan". league didn't have enough

league has a good shot at "Hemmeter was just a money to go around and the

being a success and his attitude name to me, but after talkingto promotional image they

reflects the new approach Tate and Stephenson, I felt adopted was similar to the SN

the NWFL has the idea merited further tactics used by the investors in

adopted. attention," said DeCarlis. the 1929 stock market crash,"

"I'M A businessman and if DECARLIS FLEW to said DeCarlis.

I do something, I like to thinkit Memphis to meet with other The use of the "Hemmeter \ ,""

will be done right. Besides, perspective NWFL owners. Plan" will allow the league to "t JA'
a lot of good people are in He spent six days examing cut unnecessary expense. I

volved." letters of credit, bank, 'accounts "We have the money and .''#.. ,.. ;'' ." ..'
DeCarlis's confidence is not and credentials he eventually the league will earn II' : .:, '

based on any wild schemes or' put the "Hemmeter I Plan": credibility," said DeCarlis. ,''..,....... ., ." ".'(.".,."-, '.
dreams. It's founded on 'a through the dishwasher and This year, there will be no photo by toe skipper;

business idea created by Chris was very impressed. DeCarlisis padding of attendance GAINESVILLE'S BILL DeCARUS I

Hemmeter. the NWFL's now an investor in the figures. The gate receipts are .'the NWFL is an entirely new entity' .

president. The "Hemmeter league and serves on its boardof divided 60-40 between the

Plan"" DeCarlis believes is the directors. home and visiting teams. auditor travel with them at all in the swankiest hotels. This on any team," said DeCarlix.

necessary ingredient the The NWFL began its reorganization Each team is allowed to give times. "Vouchers must be "carte blanche" attitude was The Express also boast an

NWFL needs to get on the with the purchase away 1,000 freebies but must filled out for everything, even first used by the National outstanding all-verteran

right road. : of the old league'sname. pay an average of $6 a ticket. for pencils." The auditor will Football League (NFL) offensive line. "Our offensiveline

"It's a new concept in "The NWFL is an "This rule will help the leagueas inspect the books and keep owners. is our strongest point,"

running a sports franchise," entirely new entity" said a whole" added DeCarlis. bill. payments current. "We will not stay in the added DeCarlis.

said DeCarlis. DeCarlis. The NWFL is not THE NWFL has adopted a Last year, the WFL owners swankiest hotels, but nice Ex-Gator Larry Gagner

TilE PLAN was adopted by burdened with all of the old "cash as you go" policy. Each had their teams eat in the hotels. Following our' leads the offensive line and

the NWFL to safeguard leagues debts but have team is required to have an finest restaurants and stayed Saturday night games we will DeCarlis feels he was the

charter flights home." finest lineman In Gator

I for the beginner DeCarlis sees no reason to history.
Betting tips continue these excessive

"" wastes. "Salaries and fixed OTHER EX-GATORS

costs have skyrocketed." include starting middle
Anyone can win at Jai-Alai. There is really nothing secret
linebacker Fred Abbott,
about making big bucks while wagering on the fast action, [ JACK DIAMOND
LAST YEAR, many of the starting outside linebacker

.lip !sport. players were not paid. This Ricky Brown, Willie Jackson
there is luck involved, down
Admittedly some yet narrowing
JAI-ALITES season each player's salary is and rookie-lineman ClintGriffith.
the odds is business.
easy guaranteed. Each team had to "We would like to
There( are !several ways to bet. Each way has its particular
have a certain amount of have Ortega to make our
odds winning and paying'oft 'dollars the one,must come in first place and the four must
money to gain entrance into Hnebacking crew all ex-
TilE EASIEST to understand is the win ticket. For two come in second place for the ticket to be a winner. The payoffs
the league. "Many players Gators said DeCarlis, "but he
dollars you take a one out of eight chance that the numberyou are good on the perfectas, the odds being one out of fifty- work on a'' profit-sharing signed with Atlanta."
will win the six win.There .
wager on game. to
basis with a minimum of DeCarlis expressed
Remembering that post position seven is a difficult position are ways to bring the odds down by Boxing or, confidence
$500 a Others in Coach Tate and his
to win from, look here for strong teams such as Eusibio and Wheeling. These functions "tie-up" combinations of game. get
straight salaries, ,which are staff and pointed to their
Mondra. numbers. For example you like the numbers two, four, and
guaranteed. We meet all recruitment of athletes, not
our
The place ticket makes it even easier to win. A place ticket !seven. All of,your favorite,teams are in these positions. A "
bills on time, said DeCarlis. just football "Doug
assures! the bettor that his number can either come in first or wise thing to do is to box these numbers quiniela style. Ask players.
Vital to successful Dickey also recruits athletes,
second place. Die 1 odds on "placing" are one out of four. A the cashier for a two, four, two-seven and four-seven. If anyy any
sports franchise is the abilityto believe in the
y place ticket has a better chance of winning yet the pay off is of these combinations wins according to the quiniela rules produce winner. DeCarlis we said DeCarlis.same

not. quite as high as the win ticket. the ticket is good. Of course, the other two tickets ire wore concept,
feels that the Jacksonville DeCarlis 'classifies himselfa
A GOOD rule of thumb is that the place ticket is usually a thless.
Express has some fine talent "Gator nut" and does not
team number from one to five. several here must
Wheeling ties-up teams to one team you
and the caliber of the the football in
The third type of betting is the show ticket. Here, the picke the one team you are sure will win. and wheel it with all league'splay see two teams
will be for fans. "We
good.
bettor has a three out of eight chance of winning. This is the others. To wheel the number four team the wagerer buys, very competition
At quarterback, there'sformer will and
because his team may come in first second or third place in !seven tickets reading: one-four two-four three-four, five- hope everyone go out
University of Miami root for the Gators and then
order to collect. four six-four, seven-four and eight-four. This 'type of
Quiniela wagering is my exciting. A bettor bets on two wagering is pretty good on perFecta tickets.A star George Mira. Last year hop into their can and come"
Mira led the
teams, declaring which team will come in first place and GOOD system is to take three friends four people in all, Birmingham up and root for the Express.

,', which team will come in second placeIf these teams win. and head down to the Ocala Jai Alai fronton. Americans to the. World DeCarlis feels the, NWFL
of order. the ticket wins. Bowl. An experienced has a strong chance to sur-
regardless Each person picks one team (either by intensive deductionor
FOR EXAMPLES You purchase a three-fi\e quiniela random guess). When all four numbers have been decided, quarterback is essential for vive. "We've been in the news

ticket for two dollars. If the three comes in first, and the five each person puts three dollars' into the pot and all, four any teams success. constantly. Any publicity has
: if the five in first and the three IN THE backfield is former, to be good. We'll gain
places or comes places the numbers are boxed quiniela style. This gives all four peoplean
ticket, is a-winner- ;;Jp .. excellent chance to win. (Half the numbers are covered), Canadian, Football Leaguestar credibility by paying our bills"

\ The odds on inning a quiniela are one out of twent)-eight, but the winnings'must be split. four ways/ Tommy? ? ,Reamoiu, and performing on the field.
I\ Perfect wagering is the'same' as the quiniela. declaring There arc'two other ways of wagering which really pay off Reamon had recently turneddown This new attitude is a 360

';1;, which team will come in first, and which team will come in big. a substantial offer by degree turn from last year. If
second however they must come in. in exactly that order. the NFL Super Bowl 'the "Hemmeter Plan" works,

IF YOU purchase a one-four perfecta ticket for three See 'Betting'page 19) champions! the Pittsburgh the NWFL might be aroundfor

'. .Steeiersv"Reamon could play many years. ,
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I. The Tube Sox legacy : take one I



(here s nothing wrong, with baseball. The trouble is the Brownsville
respectable corporate structure that has Station looking for young, strong athletes, who
grown
:Lund the Great American Pastime. Players talk like up gave IN not a damn about anything but the great game itself.
TUCUMCARI
like accountants; does Duck latched onto a player who so
anybody
play the
lawyers ands ? gamefor exactly !shared these ideals, he left his secure job as shortstop MICHAEL SKINNER .

tun The Davenport Tube Sox do. And who for the Road Turkeys and joined the Sox. The rest is heresy
Yes are tileDlven'port of DON RADCLIFFE
course. With his
weak bat but unreal glove custom made,
Tube Socks you ask? Just a group of red-blooded ( 19
covers teetDick!)
who square Breath quickly made a place for
American baseball players want to play red-blooded
himself.
baseball. Period. Breath's teammate on the Turkeys tried his hand as SPORTS EXCLUSIVE
American well; and after tireless coaching on the of Tape, speedy
THE TUBE SOX started several years back, as a gleam in outfielder Felix part
Navidad .
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made the jump to the rival Unnatural
the eye of one Col. Roland: Stone an eighty-two year old League. Navidad made good on the Sox, stealing an ....
loved baseball with
millionaire who a passion most men incredible 697
bases,
bringing an early end to the season.
lor women and go-karts. Col. Stone had made his
Even
reserve more incredibly. Navidad didn't even lead the team in Tape's next find was lanky out-fielder Mouston Texas. The
fortune in the barge business down in Old Biloxi on his !stolen bases!
That honor went to the Comet Kahoutek.
Texas Industrial ball
great immensely powerful was playing League
birthday he turned the family business
yrty.fiftn over to his Kahoutek was the most prolific base-stealer in the
history in the Lone Star state for his father's ronflomerate. the
Rosetta and took off in search of his dream.
daughter of the old Crab Nebula League, and with the Sox Comet Badass Beer Brewery. The statistics say be went his whole last
Col. Stone scoured this great country of ours searching for eclipsed all the records he ever set with the Andromeda All- season without a hit. before he jumped to the Tube Socks.
men who loved the game. Money was no object. Ability, or Stars, swiping 1,254 bases.
What
makes'the feat all the more But the statistics are misleading: Texas never got a hit
lack of it was no handicap.Stone's incredible was the tact that Kahoutek was legally blind. His because he had batted 1,000 for every season since his eighth
first contact was probably his,most important one. German Shepard guide dog, Sally would emit a gutteral growl birthday. Opposing teams got the bright idea they sent
He met up with former fiery manager Donald "Duck" Tape. whenever an opposing pitcher would launch into a long him a letter the day before the season's opener:
This is not to say he was formerly fiery in fact he had windup. Then
just Kahoutek
whips out his Adidas cane and "This us to inform you that ,we intend to intentionally pass
recently been kicked out of class FF baseball for breaking start the long trek to second. He was never thrown out. you everytime you come to bat. Stay home Houston, and bat _
slugger Han Aaron's favorite bat. Over his head,in a bar. because Sally would be sitting on second with her teeth sunk 1000. Love the opposing pitchers." ...
BUT DUCK was a former manager. He had no stomach into the second baseman's glove. Texas was heartbroken. He loved the game and jumped at

for public relations or anything else, except winning This was the kind of dedication needed to make the Tube the chance to play for Col. Stone and the Davenport Tube

games. Socks and Stone and Tape were so impressed they made Sallya Socks.
But he won games. He was never fired for not winning little red and white uniform with "designated dog" stitched NEXT: More on Houston Texas; also "Trench" Marianas,
games,just not behaving himself. Stone realized Tape was his across the back. When it was presented to Sally in a special Gulftane NoNox, and the awesome Podo "The Tree" Carpus.

"Guide-dog Day" in Conflict Memorial Stadium the canine ,
man.Together they roamed diamonds from Nova Scotia to wept, and Kahoutek fell down for joy. 'Betting' ,..


Proud Rommie Loudd in
digs ; d (from page eighteen!

THE DAILY DOUBLE often thought of as a monster is

simply a lamb to the experienced,or lucky bettor. ,
lead 'Goal line stand ahead : games.In"It is., simply,,choosing! two winners In two :consecutive' ,

v v
the back of.the program is a Daily Double Statisticssheet.'This
"It's fourth down on the ''before Circuit' Court Judge STATE DRUG chargeshad bills went unpaid. The club early in the season, there are many combinations
one yard line for me. and I'm William C. Gridley Saturdayto been filed against Louddon finally collapsed last year which have not come in. One method is to buy all those
ready to play ball." said ,enter pleas on a charge of March 7, but he was in amid accusations.- and tickets with numbers which have not come in, for a cost of
Rommie Loudd former boss of conspiracy to distribute Boston then and was not lawsuits over ,responsibilityfor about ninety-six dollars. Or.you can play all those numbers
the now defunct Florida cocaine and two counts of arrested until federal drug the failure."I that have already come in. perhaps several times also for a
Blazers football club, as he embezzling state tax revenue charges were filed against him cost ot about ninety-six dollars.
entered jail to face drug and from ticket sales of the several days later. have" nothing against, The odds of winning the,Daily Double is one out of sixty-
embezzlement charges. bankrupt World Football The former player andexecutive Orlando, Loudd said Friday, four,but by careful l wheeling you can bring them down.
Loudd stepped off: a League.At with the New "I had a business interest THE BIG Q, well that's another matter. Winning the Big Q,
government jet Friday nightand his booking Loudd 43, England Patriots organizedthe here and we failed. No has the same'odds as jumping out of a third story,window
was escorted by sheriffs was placed under preliminarybond Blazers mostly on a SI I grudge. and living.. One out of seven hundred and eighty four.
deputies to the Orange of$552,500-$500,000 of million investment by "1'11 be glad to see my To win the Big Q you must pick\the winning quiniela in two
"ounty: Jail after losing an it on the conspiracy charge. millionaire Orlando motel family again. It was extremelyhard 'consecutive games., There is even a winning quiniela table in
eight-month court battle to "I'm a broken man," he owner David Williams.But being away from them." the back of the program to help determine the winners.No .
avoid extradition to Florida. said after shedding chains Williams and Loudd he said. Loudd's wife and two matter which method you choose no matter what
and handcuffs and checking disagreed over team matters, children remained in nearby system you play. Jai-Alai is an exciting sport even to just
THE FORMER pro into the one-man cell. "I'm an and attendance never' met Altamonte Springs during his watch. '
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