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, faces possible campaign funds cutback


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By KEITH MOYER strong support tor collective bargaining failed to appropriate funds for faculty raises, HE ADDED that the national' office also
Alligator Staff Writer (in Hondaperiod) ,"Duffey saidTuesday in interest in collective bargaining has risen paid a large part of the AAUP-I=la. attorney
Washington, D.C. "Right now our arrangement with AAUP is fees that built up during recent Public
One of the two major faculty collective Duffey said there seemed to be a possibilitythat undergoing serious consideration," Dr. Bob Employes Relations Committee (PERC)
bargaining unions may soon lose financial a majority of the university system facultyin : Fisher AAUP state chairman, said Tuesday. hearings.
backing from its national affiliate. Florida would vote for "no agent" rather "AAUP national has budget problems Fisher said AAUP-Fla. has received: about
The American Association of University than be repesented by one of the two collective overall," Fisher added. $40.000 from the national office thus far.
Professors (AAUP) is considering whether it bargaining unions AAUP-Fla. and the FISHER SAID with the possibility of Carpenter said last week a possible factor
will cutback or completely: discontinue United of Florida UFF national
Faculty ( ) funds being cut back: or discontinued for a cutback or cutoff of funds is that a
campaign funding to AAUP-Fla., Dr..Joseph AAUP-Fla. Vice: Chairman Dr. Ron AAUP-Fla. is trying to decide on what definite election date to determine who will be
Duffey, AAUP national general secretary Carpenter said Duffey's statement may have type of campaign to run. the State University System collective:
said.DUFFEY been true in fall 1974, but added "I don't "I think it means a' different type of has been set.
bargaining agent not yet
SAID AAUP's financial think that is true in the summer of 1975." campaign," Carpenter said "instead of a
situation is forcing the national office to reevaluate CARPENTER INDICATED that national media campaign, it will mean a person to Duffey said the national office would send a
their operations in several states. representatives of AAUP have not come to person one." team to Florida to get an idea of potential
"We'll make the best judgment we ," Florida view election dates soon.
can to the collective bargaining Carpenter said the national AAUP underwrites
concerning Florida, Duffey said, "keepingour situation since the economy took a drop last a major part of the cost involved in Fisher said he expected an election date to
limited resources in mind." maintaining the AAUP-Fla. state offices in be set for some time this fall.
"I.haven't been persuaded that there is very year.Carpenter said since the state legislature Tallahassee. (see page, thirteen)



The Independent / THURSDAY



Florida Alligator/ JULY-31,1975

VOL. 67, NO. 163 ;


Published by Campus Communications, Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida


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In May 1962 Marcos Rodriguez. 39 arrived in the United .
States with only $1.50 in his pocket, but he was $1.50 richer ,, '"
than he had been when he left Cuba. .
Rodriguez was given the money by a friend in Mexico after '" ;
he escaped: from a Cuban jail. where he had been a political '.

prisoner. .
AFTER A WEEK in Miami Rodriguez was joined by his I

wife and two-month-old daughter. He landed his first job ,',"
after two weeks.A f
practicing lawyer for two yean in Cuba Rodriguez found '' ,.
himself cleaning stock rooms for $42.50 a week. .
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Somehow Rodriguez was able to save enough money from \,

his small salary to go to computer school. After completing '. ".. '
computer classes he found a job with the Social Security .'" "
Administration.
FERMIN PEREZ, 56, a Gainesville resident came to this
country in 1961. "
Like RodriguezPerez who had a lucrativelaw practice in .4 :,1\\A- "';
Cuba came with only what he had on his back. :
Perez was fortunate. On his arrival he found work quickly '
with the Federal Cuban' Refugee Program.IN I .y'kl ; .
1967 he brought his family to Gainesville where he was 1 ; ;
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offered a job as assistant law librarian at the Spessard L .
Holland Law Center. : -:_; ;.,, :
Rodriguez and Perez, along with hundreds of their Cuban ; ., .
colleagues were prevented from practicing law in this country -
because of language difficulties lack of citizenship and their '

unfamiliarity with the American legal system. .)1
The Cuban lawyers were required to be graduates of accredited ":
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To remedy this situation Rodriguez. along with several Rodriguez said they ere sent to the Governor the Board of societal need tor the state to provide them with classes that

other Cuban lawyers in the Miami area formed the Ad-Hoc Examiners and Richard Stone who was then Secretary would enable them to pass,the, Florida Bar.. ..1.,...4. ".
Committee of the National: Association of Cuban Lawyers. State. The committee made 'its 'point,. In Miami there are
I The committee was formed to help the,Cuban lawyers gain "It was Stone who sent us to the Florida Supreme Court. Itwas 400.000 Spanish speaking people and only 17::Spanish ,
entrance to the Florida ,Bar without complete retraining. after we! tiled the petition before the Supreme: Court that !speaking lawyers. .
"WHEN( WE FIRST started out it seemed like 'Mission we finally got the ball rolling." Rodriguez said.It .
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By KEVIN BLOOM indictments against Camil.
Alligator Staff WriterA Judge Winston Arno, the other federal judge seated in
Pensacola, is not available to try the case as it would involve
trial date has yet to be set in the Scott Camil trial due to a moving to Gainesville which would mean "neglection of
lack of judges, according to Camil's attorney Larry Turner. responsibility to cases already slated" Arno said.
Camil faces trial on six charges of assualt and drug ARNO WAS THE PRESIDING JUDGE in the 1973
possession for which he was indicted April 3. Gainesville-eight conspiracy trial in which Camil was among
OF THE TWO FEDERAL JUDGES available in the the defendants aquitted of conspiracy to disrupt the
Northern District of Florida I one has disqualified himself lot Republican national convention.The .
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Judge William Stafford will not try the case because duringhis outside the district. Arno said it would be "improper" to SCOTTCAMIL
reign as district attorney, Stafford issued the original comment on the possibility of such a move. awaits trial I





I Group legal services for students considered I IBy




JOSE SARIEGO mitments were met this year, there was $100,000 left in single attorney including a group legal service plan like
.. .. Alligator SUIT Writer. reserve. Caleb Grimes, SG treasurer said. the one presented by Rose.
ROSE tour( the SG officials that the plan was flexible The bill is still pending until a specific program is adopted
A Colorado law firm is looking into the possibility of implementing enough to allow SG to fund the plan entirely, to only fund it which could then be submitted to the ethics commission for
a group legal service for UF students. partially and use a voluntary fee from the students using the approval.
Michael Rose, lawyer for the firm, met with student service to make up the difference, or to not use SO money at
LOBECK SAID the climate at Tigert Hall has changed to
leaders and UF officials all and leave it volunteer basis.
government Monday to propose a entirely on a
favor an attorney for students because SG has improved its
which would advice and referral service UF Tom said he if the
Biggs not
plan provide legal a attorney was sure activity
relations with the administration since Uhlfelder's term in
tor about $7 per student per year. tee could .be combined with a voluntary fee. office.
THE FIRM proposed a plan which would provide a toll free In some cases, such as with SG Productions, if the activityfee
number for students to call for legal advice. is used cannot be charged. Tom Goodale, dean of student affairs said he was not
Rose said in a similar plan instituted in California to cover Asked by Student Body vice-President Dan Lobeck why SG against the concept of an attorney for the student body and
all large groups needing legal services such as labor unions could not institute the plan itself and cut out middle men the administration would not stand in the way of the plan.
76 per cent of the problems called in were resolved over the Rose replied that his firm's expertise would enable them to "The concept of providing legal advice{ for students is not
telephone.The run the plan more efficeintly. against my views," he said. "We shouldn't stand in the way of
problems not solved by phone would be referred to a "THIS PROGRAM is not something that can be done any student program..
panel of attorneys picked by the firm which the student could effectively part-time," he said. The Spessard Holland law school Legal Aid Defender
contact. Rose said. A plan to provide UF students with an attorney for advicewas Clinic currently offers free legal advice to needy people but
THE REFERRAL SERVICE would be free but the initiated by the Steve Uhlfelder administration in 1969- most UF students do not qualify for the advice because
referral attorney would charge the student a fee for his advice 70.But parental support disqualifies them as needy.
Rose said. Lobeck said the bill was killed by then-UF President FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 'instituted a similar
The fee charged to the student would be about 25 per cent Stephen C. O'Connell because he felt one attorney could not program to provide group legal! advice in October. 1974. Ivy
lower than regular rates, Rose said. The referral l lawyers handle all the probelms of UF's 23,000 students.In Griffin, administrator for the program, said.
would to be required to submit reports to the firm detailingthe March. Lobeck, then secretary of consumer affairs That program uses activities fees to provide free legal
services rendered and charges imposed on students brought a bill before the Activity and Service Fee Advisory advice by telephone, she said.
referred: to them.In Committee to fund a student attorney for$12,000 a year. In addition on a volunteer basis a student can pay $10.73
this way, the firm would be able to monitor the referral STUDENTS ENROLLED in law school would serve as per year for routine office work such as filing papers in court
lawyers and. make sure they charged the reduced rate, Rose assistants to the attorney so he could handle the problems of and $6.46 for coverage up to $100 if the student is charged
said.THE the now 28,000 UF students, Lobeck said. with a criminal offense.
PLAN, if instituted would cost SO approximately The committee sent the appropriation to the Senate's However, the program does not provide a referral service,
$161,000. budget and finance committee which told Lobeck to get she said.
Student Body President Jim Eaton said it was "out of the approval, from the administration first. The program received $15.000 from FSU's student
question" for SG to fund the plan out of student activity Lobeck said he talked to Biggs who agreed with the conceptbut government.last year, she said.
money. said the administration would require the approval of the THE PROGRAM has about 2,500 students enrolled on a
The activity fee generates $2.5 million yearly, but the bulk Florida Bar Association's ethics commission. voluntary basis, of which 400 have actually used the service '
of the fee is committed to SG activities. After the com Biggs also outlined several alternate plans to a since October, Griffin said.





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1 1'1'f M. around a pinball addict


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Alligator Staff Writer

[ SATIRE ]
: I am an addict.
''MVVe. 'It is not easy to admit this horrible,
ek b repulsive fact. But realization is half'the
battle. Just a measly 56.000 points is alii I need to
AND WHILE THERE IS NO CURE for beat the game. And if I rack up another .900
my disease there is control. Self-control. points on the first ball again I think I'll go out
Counselors, wizards in their field have and commit Hari-Kari with a rusty nail.
suggested I repeat a simple phrase to ward off Come on you son of a bitch, don't shine t
the craving: 1 WILL NOT PLAY PINBALL I that silver ball in my face go in the collect
WILL NOT PLAY PINBALLBut tunnel or'open those gates so I can have an
who am I kidding? Once hooked extra ball.
always hooked. THE THING MESMERIZES ME. When I
Just one mole dime in my old nemesis, have those magic flippers under my control
"Space Time," won't hurt.. Unless I beat the Poland could invade the College In with cap
machine to a pulp like I've been threateningto pistols and I wouldn't notice.
do for the past eight months.SO When the smoldering paper caps were
WHAT IF I HAVE TO eat pureed cleared away they'd find me groping among
pimentoes with a Gravy Train chaser until the ruins on my hands and knees mumbling
1986. By God you only go 'round once in like something about "Space Time you pack .a
and a bird in the hand is worth two in the = mean tilt."
w k V wait a minute I'm getting carried away here. But today I win.
Oh there are other machines who try to What?!? That was ball five?? Game
take my money. In fact "Oxo" has been Over??? Foiled AgainCurse you, Space '
winking its sleazy red )lights at me for weeks. Time. See if I ,ever touch your long glass
But "Space Time" is the Future. I have wild chassis again. See if I ever stare at your 100
orgasmic fantasies of a big play-off match on point knobs anymore. Pinball is for rich 11*
maya "Space Time" with Stanley Kubrick and year-old kids not poverty stricken college

.. Vance'Brand.COME students.
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photo by jo. skipper ON BABY, flash those pretty )lights I'M GOING ON THE WAGON.
A LAD and ring those silly bells you've met your Tomorrow.
.his mechanical friend match today. Say, buddy, got a spare dime?




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UF is trying to add some "class" to its
faculty.
The need for "top level people" amongUFs
faculty has been established as one of UP's
priorities this year, UF Executive Vice
President Harold Hanson said.
Hanson and Director of Alumni Affairs
Donald Poucher met July 22 to discuss the
need for special research professors and the
possibility of funding these professors
through private donations. .
POUCHER SAID the need for visiting
professors and the possibility of raising funds
I to finance these professors would be discussed
t at a special Alumni Affairs "staff retreat."
No definite date has been set for the retreat. ,
Poucher added.
Hanson said UF needs more professors who
are members of national scientific academies
because such professors increase UF's
I national prestige. .
UF CURRENTLY has two research
l professors who are members of the. National A 4 rt,Ik
{ Academy of Science, Hanson said.
: The two professors are graduate research
ti professor Dr. John Slater and math professorDr.
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I Cost of college athletics challenged I II I'b I'ba '



AM !suggestions, including Athletic Director Ray Graves 1
a+ Bj LINDA WISNIEWSKI basketball coach John 'Lotz. and ,j
Staff Writer j
Alligator
UF ALSO SUPPORTED a proposal to reduce the number
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to each university, Marston said.:
have
Athlete will have to do without many luxuries they of grants-in-aid:
enjoyed in the past as UF and other universities in the Marston: did not know the number of grants-in-aid IT
Southeastern Conference (SEC) attempt to reduce the cost of offered to athletes last year although he said the number of '
intercollegiate athletics.Representatives grants-in-aid to football players had been "phased down"
from the 10 universities in the SEC met in from I 130 to 105 in all the SEC schools last year.

Birmingham Ala. Monday to compile a list of suggestions UF also supported reducing what Marston termed the ; .
designed to cut intercollegiate'costs. UF President Robert Q. "non-essentials" in intercollegiate athletics such as the size of ,''I, r
M ? Ill Marston said.Marston the traveling team the costs of recruiting and the size of '
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Ie represented UF at the SEC meeting. coaching staffs.

FRILLS THAT WOULD be eliminated under one THE SEC COLLEGES devised 75 suggestions designed to
suggestion include "traveling uniforms" tor the teams hesaid. reduce the costs of intercollegiate athletics Marston said rs:\I

The suggestions will be considered in an "emergency" : .
"We should eliminate the fairly extensive traveling jacketsworn meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in 1
( by athletes). Having a jacket doesn't affect how they August Marston said.

ROBERT Q. MARSTON (athletes) play," Marston said. The meeting scheduled to beheld in Chicago, was called to 't

frills will be,eliminated Marston said several UF coaches supported his "hold down the cost of intercollegiate athletics." he said. ,!t


I Three UF Upward Bound students dismissed I :




By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Judicial Affairs Rob Denson. visitation policy(which allows no visitation in COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER '
Alligator Staff Writer The three juveniles were released to Upward dorm rooms) then they were subject to be Freddie Goode promised the group he would ",
Bound Director G.W. Mingo in ac terminated from the program." try to obtain a public hearing for the Upward 'w
Three students enrolled in UF's Upward cordance with UF policy, Holliman said. However, the dismissed students and their Bound students through the city manager's ;
Bound Program were dismissed from the The students were released to Denson and parents see the matter differently.ALL office of community affairs, adding Mmgo'sactions 'i
program last week after being arrested by a Mingo instead of being charged with were "capricious and arbitrary." :
University Police Department (UPD) possession of marijuana because this is a THREE YOUTHS have denied Goode attended the meeting at the request ;
patroman for smoking marijuana.The "routine" action when the crime is 'a smoking marijuana and believe Mingo did of Savanah Williams, president of the Upward :
three students are juveniles and can misdemeanor, he said. not act in accordance with Upward Bound Bound and Special Services Program
not be identified under state law. LESS THAN FIVE GRAMS of marijuanawere policy governing the termination of students. Board.
Upward Bound is a federal program found in the students' possession, which. Concerned supporters the youths themselves The Office of Student Judicial Affairs is in
designed to create learning opportunities for is a misdemeanor in the state of Florida, ,and their parents met Monday night to the process of arranging a hearing for the two
underprivileged high school students. Holliman said. discuss the action they would take concerning UF students, Denson said. :'
The youths and two UF students were Mingo said the three Upward Bound Mingo's dismissal of the students. The students can decide to have either a
arrested on July 22 after UPD patrolman students were dismissed from the program The group decided to "review the rules and public or closed hearing before the student '
Ralph Kelly observed the group smoking immediately' after being released to him. regulations of the (Upward Bound) program, conduct committee or they can have a closed
marijuana in the' Broward Hall area, UPD Mingo said he informed both students and and request a meeting with Mingo," Faye hearing before Denson, he said.
Capt. Vernon Holliman said. parents during the Upward Bound summer Williams member of the African People's The names of the UF students were not
THE TWO UF STUDENTS were im-. orientation in June that if students "
"got Socialist Party, and "interested supporter released in accordance with UF policy, \
mediately released to Director of Student involved in drugs. alcohol, or violated our said. Denson said.

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HELEN WHELAN DANCING ANYONE? The Chinese Club i is having a dance cakes will be served in Jennings hall. A flea market will be :'
Alligator Staff Writer Saturday night at. 9 p.m. at the University Women's Club. held behind Broward Hall Saturday from 1-6 p.m. with a h
Admission is 50 cents. Contact Richard Wong at 378-5723 for charge $1 I per table: A DJ dance in Broward will take place I
YOUNG DEMOS The Young Democrats will meet tonightat further information. from 8 p.m.-1 1 a.m. Olympic games will be held from 1-7 p.m.
7:30: in room B-72 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Call SOLID WASTE
p.m. The Dialogue radio program will discuss Sunday behind Broward. For further information call 392-
Tony Lombardy at 378-3695 for further information. "Recycling 'and Solid Waste" tonight from 10:05: p.m. to 6051.
PRESIDENT Students interested in Jimmy Carter for midnight on WRUF-AM 850. Call Gary Gunter for further BAIIA'I: Informal discussion about the Baha'i Faith takes
President will meet in rooms 122 and 123 of the J. Wayne information at 3779964.
place every Friday at 8 p.m. in room 355 of the J. Wayne Reitz
l Hcitz Union
Saturday at 11:30: a.m. For more information call BLOOD: Blood donations will be in
accepted the Plaza of the Union. For further information call John Watson at 3767128.
Tony Lombardy at 3783695. Americas from 9 a.m.-2:30: p.m. today. Call Chris Fey at 377- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: The 19th Annual Con
ARTS AND SCIENCES of and
College Arts Sciences 6906 for further information.
vention of Alcoholics Anonymous will be held at the Sheraton
!students should pick up their individual computer printoutsin RITES OF EAST Dorm
festivities begin Friday at 8 Twin
the office p.m. at Towers Hotel in Orlando from July 31-Aug 3. For more
department of the college. the Broward
poolside. Saturday from 10 a.m. to information
noon pan- call Jim Burnette at 378-8920. _


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Painting to hang One UF art student will have the chance to see his painting While the details for the contest are being formulated, a
hang in the offtice of U F President Q. Marston-and receive painting by UF art professor Hiram Williams occupies the

$250 for it. space where the student's painting will hang.
A contest is being planned by UF administrators for art Williams said he loaned his painting to UF-titled "Highway -

on Marston's wall students. The prize is $250 and the opportunity of hangingthe with Blue Sky"for an "indefinite period."
painting in Marston's officefor one year. UF Executive WILLIAMS ALSO has paintings displayed in the Museumof

Vice President Harold Hanson said. Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art
; HANSON SAID after the winning painting hangs in both located In New York.

'l I Marston's office for one year a new painting will be chosen ina Hanson said he hopes to have the winner of the contest
different contest. announced by "next spring."

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By II.B. GOLDBERG The dancer talks with them. Karaphillis said.
Alligator Staff Writer THE DANCERS BROKE into groups of
four and began another exercise at
Undulating hips. Clinking finger cymbals. Karaphillis' direction. They knelt on one knee
Sheer, flowing skirts. Sounds of Greek music. and started weaving their heads. After a few
But the setting was the Gainesville High minutes, the dancers rose, swung their hips
School cafeteria, not a taverna in Athens. and gyrated, hands over head. Then they .
When the belly dancers in Mary Frances moved around the small circle, swaying their t. : '1'x
Karaphillis' class shake, shimmy and belly hips.
roll, you can almost taste halvah, baklava and Karaphillis 22, will graduate from UF in
Turkish coffee. August. She is from Tarpon Springs, which
TWO DRILL INSTRUCTORS in belly has a large Greek population, and learned x .
dancer costumes, led the leotard. and shorts. belly dancing there.
clad women through calisthenics to loosen Her grandmother came from Greece and
!their muscles. was taught belly dancing by her Turkish
The students stood in formation, touched nanny. Karaphillis has had finger cymbals I
their toes, rolled their hips and bent their since she was a small child. Her grandmother
class put on their costumes in anther room. taught her some of the movements when she
Records of Greek music played continuously.In was growing up.
a few minutes, the rest of the belly BUT KARAPHILLIS did not become
dancing students, dressed in a rainbow of seriously interested in belly dancing until her
colors, entered the school cafeteria, which has senior year of high school. She began studyingit
chairs stacked along the walls. formally then in preparation for the talent
THEY WORE sheer skirts, wide belts, competition of the Miss Tarpon Springs 4
known as money holders, and bras decoratedwith Beauty Pageant.
chains coins, fringes and bangles. Karaphillis studied with two professionalbelly ; \ ) ii \ )rp"
Many of the money holders were sequined.And dancers. One was a former stripper who P '
most of the skirts were bordered with became a legitimate belly dancer.
fringes or sequins. She ,stressed that belly dancing' jy ?*
Some of the dancers carried large veils. beautiful, graceful dance. "It is an art," she
Others wore decorative footstraps. Severaleven said. And she considers it part of the Greek
had jewels in their navels. cultural heritage.KARAPIHLLIS. 1 ;d
THE STUDENTS, a mixture of in MOVED around the large
termediate and advanced dancers, moved circle demonstrating a movement to her
around the room in a large circle, hips students.
swaying from side to side more or less' in "Down-kick, down-kick, hop-kick, hop-
unison and finger cymbals incessantly kick," Karaphillis coached. .
jingling. The dancers changed tempo with the The students hop-kicked, down-kicked, 'A'Au ,; '6'Hn
music. swung their hips, whirled rapidly, skirts f
The finger cymbals, or "zilias," which flying and were ready to drop when the .
mean "jealousy" in Greek, are continually exercise was finished. They sat on the floor,
played during the belly dance, Karaphillis (see page seventeen)
explained. They always play the same rhythm,
but the tone and tempo vary, she continued.The .
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By ANNE SOMMERS AFTER SERVING in various capacities on I
Alligator Staff Writer the library staff, Apperson became chairmanof
the documents department in 1955.
When Frances Apperson began work at the "I just stumbled into documents when I
UF library in 1943 the first thing that impressed was at the University of Tennessee. The head
her was the school's small size. of the reference department was a federal
Now, 32 years later on her last day before documents expert. It was a challenge to be
retirement Apperson is able to look back with able to take over whenever she wasn't around.I .
satisfaction on the "mushroom growth" the I found that documents could be both
university has experienced since she arrivedon fascinating' well as drudgery." ,Apperson
campus in the last years of World War II.
EVERYTHING "I KNEW THE SMALL SIZE was becauseof said.While at UF Apperson's work has
the abnormal situation that resulted from presented some challenges that could be
all the boys being called away to war," Ap- solved as well as some that couldn't.

,person said. THE ARCHITECTURAL SCHOOL once
In 1947 Apperson watched UF go coed. asked documents for instructions on how to
"I was concerned when they made the Statue of and it
dismantle the Liberty move to
50 % OFF
school co-ed, I was concerned about the effectit New Orleans.
would have on the boys," Apperson said.
That was a problem without an answer.
Another of UF's growth importantto
.,i aspect The work of the documents department
Apperson was the opening of the second
j half of Library East (in 1950. usually involves statistical questions. Ap-
; Men's Shirts. Belts. "WE WERE ALL DELIGHTED with all person said the Business AdministrationSchool
and the Political Science departmentuse
the new space that was available in the new
the documents often.
; building. We were able to move several
... Ladies Tops. Dresses books that had been stored at the Alachuaair THE DOCUMENTS DEPARTMENT
base," Apperson said. sometimes receives up to 1,000 publications a

..Y; Jeans' Hot Sox Apperson recalled that the acquisition of month.
3 7- the library's millionth volume in 1963 was the Apperson,the senior member of the library
cause of a minor celebration.The staff, is looking forward to the free time that
: Bathing Suits millionth 'volume, a version of the comes ,with retirement.
>:!* Great Bible, is now found in the rare books What will she do with all that extra time?

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EDITORIAL

-AND 1M

ShackledWhen :;" PJOOD HUOTCULRRDr OF THEBooze

WAY vE HAND.Ll1.4SOL [I \ : .
HENITSYNt
the president of the University of Texas-

read a letter in the local student newspaper highly
critical of the Texas Board of Regents, he didn't
hesitate to fire. the paper's editor and order the

shredding of 1,300 copies of the offending issue.
"This is not a student press," President B.H.
Hampstead reasoned. "We considered it a house .
If,
organ. '
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Actually supression of university-supported .

student newspapers is fairly commonplace, and
usually elicits few comments outside the university

concerned.But .
what if President Ford were to order the
impounding of a million copies of the New York
Times and the arrest of its editor for printing an
article embarrassing to the U.S. government?

Could the New York Times be considered a oot ......"1->. \ r
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house organ for the government? Not now, but it ";\ '\: :'


may.Right now there is a piece of legislation brewingin

Congress that, if passed, would make old and the Bible
Hampstead look like a benevolent advocate of a Baptists

free press.
Buried deep in the 753 pages of the proposednew
federal Criminal Code Reform Bill are -you can Tlay it aSam'I

provisions that would, in effect. make it a felonyfor

a reporter to write about anything the was happy to note that Student Government is doing libertarians. We spoke our piece talking about things like
government did not want made public. Reporters something constructive for a change: Working for a choice individual freedom victimless crimes and other
-oiild be sent to jail for seven years for writing referendum on Sunday liquor sales. irrelevant concepts.
Nonetheless a referendum is not from my point of view, Then it was their turn.
about such things as the My Lai massacre, the
the ideal solution.I The fundamentalists walked up to the microphone one by
Pentagon Papers and, naturally, Watergate.The have never seen the relevance of majorities to such one and delivered their thundering sermons. Each was
code would, for the first time, legalize the questions as who can sell what to whom at which times. If you greeted by an equally thunderous "Amen Brother."
principle that the government, not the people, own have a willing seller and buyer it should make no difference
government information. It would give literally whether the rest of the community approves of the sale.
Of course I am working from the premise that each person
thousands of government bureaucrats the
has the right to control his or her own life. That premise is not [L BRIAN DONERLYYou : ]
authority to restrict public access to information widely shared.

merely by giving it a security classification.The Instead the fever of democracy is on the land, and the will
bill, conceived in the Nixon administrationand of the majority must be done however ridiculous. So a
now supported by Ford, has been dubbed by referendum is preferable to the status quo.I would be just amazed by the number of different
one commentator the ."Richard Nixon RevengeAct do hope however that the minions of SG know what quotes in the Bible concerning booze. The fundamentalistseven
or the First Amendment Inoperative Act. they're getting into. I was involved in a similar project a few put together a little pamphlet full of quotes. The cover
years ago. and it was one weird experience.The featured a snake coiled behind a bottle of the evil brew.
It will make it a crime to communicate any Gainesville City Commission had scheduled a meetingto the
By end of the evening. I could have sworn that I'd had
information that may be used to prejudice the be devoted to a debate on a Sunday drinking referendum the entire Bible read at me three times over.
safety or interest of the United States. Translated sometime in the srping of 1972. The show had the desired effect on the four politicians
loosely that means any information that could T.E. "Ted" Williams was the mayor at the time. The other huddled up at the front of the room. Commissioner
:mbarrass the government.For commissioners present were Courtland Collier Richard Richardson to his credit moved that a referendum on
Jones and James Richardson. Neil Butler was absent from the Sunday drinking be held.
example, Watergate-type disclosures coulde commission because of his legal troubles. However the commissioners his motion with
suppressed on the presumption: that they coulde deafening silence. After an appropriate greeted interlude. Mayor
used by the Soviet Union as anti-American Williams announced triumphantly that the motion had failed
,'rq>aganda. for lack of a second. The horde had been appeased.The .
One would think succ a blatant affront to the [L OPINIONMeanwhile ) student politicos would do well to remember this
irst Amendment would stand little chance of incident as they plan their assault on the Blue Law. It seems
lassage, but the fact is the bill has strong supportrom damentalists quite likely that this the same ploy will be used by the fun-

both all of Gainesville's fundamentalist churcheshad year.
parties.
One optimistic note in all this: The composition of the City
One reason may be that the press restrictionsre called a prayer meeting for 8:00: p.m. Monday night on Commission has changed considerably since the spring of
just a small part of a massive bill to codify the same fourth time floor and place of City as Hall.the city That commission as you might meeting.So guess. was the 1972. In fact the only holdover is the man who voted for the
deral criminal laws and its implicationslay referendum: James G. Richardson.
press the commission
meeting
room was absolutely
packed.
have escaped the notice of many legislators.But There are few sights that inspire awe in a Gainesville So I hope that SG at least gets a hearing on their proposal.If .
they do it will
be
the best show in town that Monday night.
we can't help but think that some legislatorshave politician like. wall-to-wall Baptists. For
entertainment a herd of "Jaws"beat
just not forgiven the press for its Watergate There were a few students there as well even a couple of all hollow. rampaging Baptists has

disclosures that toppled an administration.Sen. .

Lowell P. Weicker embittered by lack of The Independent
eform in the wake of Watergate recently accused Cunningham Tom Shroder
Ed"orl"-chl{ l
Editor
Congress of glossing over that scandal.He Florida New

pointed out that none of the 98 Watergate- Alligator..
elated bills introduced into Congress this year t.ill <.t"\I clI Douglas moth MlndllCelmon
nave been passed. It would be an ironic twist of .iP Managing Editor Stooge
fate if the ultimate result of that scandal was to

shackle the press instead of reforming govern R.A.'Tony' KendzlorCRoyShipp . .. .... .......;..... ............... ..General Published by
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Blue Key'Abortion of democratic process' I



In the last year I have spoken, both privately and publicly One might object, at this point, that if FBK is able to are good and decent people. Still, there is a lot about Blue Keyto
in the heat of Student Government (SG) campaigns and in assimilate new, previously unassociated individuals, then it make a person sad. v
Student Senate debates, about why I find Florida Blue Key serves merely as a filter for political leadership a worthwhilepart One of the most powerful lines Walt Whitman ever wrote
(FBK) to be morally repugnant. It it time I think, for of the democratic process. can be found in an early version of SONG OF MYSELF.
something to be written down, ,to say explicitly what was This is not the case. FBK is not a self critical organizationwhich Whitman says. "That life is a suck and a sell." I know many
tacitly understood, to write coldly what was spoken accepts the outspoken, those to whom its practices are here, caught up in the frenzy of this most political university,
passionately. morally obnoxious. On! the contrary, the heterodox ideological in the brutality and ruthlessness of great ambition and the
I believe it misleading to describe FBK as an honorary makeup of Blue Key i is a mere pastiche, a veneer for a marrowof insensate inertia of Blue Key political machinery, who would
leadership organization. All the activities usually adjunctiveto homogeneity in background, attitudes and aspirations, do anyting. in private or public, to win a coveted Blue Key
an organization of political leaders, such as the sponsorshipof elitist to the core. who believe in their hearts, "That life is a suck and a sell."
political candidates and parties, are functions of FBK. Thus, in each SG election, the ultimate victor is one of two Now, when you believe in your heart, "That life is a such
Therefore, while FBK may be considered honorary in the candidates, hardworking, competent and attractive, but and a sell", the world can be a sad and sickening place. Sucha
obvious sense that membership is consider an honor by some, political eunuchs, morally castrated by the very machinerywhich person is probably not a monster, but is only incidentally
it is learly an organization actively expressing its own insures their political success. capable of monstrous behavior.
political designs.The The public affairs of this campus, then, are largely con- What I have discounted as an abortion of the democratic
character of FBK can be guessed at by observing what! ducted in the private caucuses of FBK in which the concernsof process. is perhaps, as accurately, a chimera of political ideals
its members have in common, what qualities they share. students are incidental to the political self interest, those and social realities, a product of the union of the private and
Beyond the obvious generalities regarding an elite social who will one day very soon rule this state. FBK, as an em- public realms, of a tyranny in the public realm of possibility,
background (ho which there are, in fact, exceptions), it is bodiment of all that is worst in Hamiltonian sensibility, is an by private and self interested necessity.
difficult to see what these members have in common: abortion of the democratic process.
Certainly there is no common political ideology; FBK is not Yet I do not mean to porttay as monsters those individualswho Tony Lombardy4AS
ideologically monolithic. Indeed,moral and political beliefs are members of FBK. None of them are that and most
seem unimportant, almost irrelevant, when appraising the ff'
political alliances which make up this organization.In .
fact, Blue Keys share only one characteristic, intense
political ambition; they are united by only one common interest '\/
political self interest. Thus Blue Key is qualitatively .: .. 1'ttf' fI!
different from all political organizations which arise from f', f"1" ,.ji: ;"
common beliefs or in the pursuit of common ideals. .,'I>" 't;. ,.,.,,...
The success of FBK is predicated on the.continued political
dominance of its members which is expressed not in the
pursuit of social change, but in the maintenance of the
prevailing system. While FBK no longer excludes from
membership, as it once did Jews, Blacks and women, its
membership is clearly definable as the second and third .
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generations of a political and social elite, among whom there .
are new, upwardly mobile members sharing the fundamental -
attitudes of the status to which they aspire.
Emerging each spring from a private caucus of this
organization are two political parties, one of which will In-
variably win the SG elections rewarding its supporters,
generally the leaders of large.fraternity blocs, with cabinet
offices and other Blue Key "majors". w
In the fall, many of the winners of these Blue Key "majors"will
be tapped into the organization completing the
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patronage cycle by which the offices of SG are sold and
franchised by FBK. ..

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Adelman Gary Bolanoff Heathens assault; I
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Sports Editor Asst. News Editor rage escape

EDITOR While discussing the article on "Fall of Vietnam. ." witha
John Moron First I would like to compliment you and your staff for the fellow employe I was again reminded of a statistic; more
Photo Editor Alligator of July 17. Having read it I feel it is the best edition people have,died in the name of God, be it through war or
you have put out since my coming here in September of 1973.It otherwise, than have died by any other means, for any other
is diverse and interesting. cause or reason.,
So I will choose my own religion, form my own beliefs and
be there a Maker or not, my fate is my own. The problem is
''that I am continously accosted by people who feel it is their
-.M' destiny, their key to heaven to force their beliefs on others.
I. MAYBE THEY can only feel significant by "winning
people for the Lord," (If He needs help winning people then
He isn't the Lord.)
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1 i I am, of course, refering to the half page ad on page 26
titled "Why Do The Heathen Rage?" We heathens rage
because we are sick of being verbally assaulted' by YOUR
word. (He never said it, you have written your feelings on the
A subject. Or are claiming to be a prophet?) I ask nothing but to
be spared being subjected to your infinite wisdom.
)?>il'9DAlT' Remember, if you do convince some people that you are
right (which I doubt you will), and it turns out you are wrong,
you may deprive them of coming back as a cow.
Believe what you will about you and your relation with your
.t ,God, just leave me and my beliefs out of it and don't litter an
otherwise fine paper with your wisdom.

W. Mark ,Clifford
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Mara wants to use the informative or enlightening
S Alligator to :advertise. for a>I I tor (the editorial 'page than
011" date, why doesn't she use the Mara's July 22nd offering
r "Personals" section of the about the letters she's gottenin
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Peking born Hinton FRESHMEN. AND PARENTS.1

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cites waste problemBy GATOR COUNTRY !




SIIEILA DRAPER different from everyone else and they con-

Alligator Staff Writer sidered "me to be a citizen of my parents' While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:

country she said. located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus
) We
One of the first things 26-year-old Carma SHOP: and BOOKSTORE map.
There was no antagonism toward her as an and the most conveniently located for
Hinton noticed upon arriving in America are the official U of F bookstore you,
American because "the government made a
after 21 of in the .
growing People's
years up student.
the
dear distinction between the people and the
of China .
Republic was waste.
policy makers of the United States, .she said.

"It's amazing how much gas the U.S. "THEY DIDN'T TAKE AMERICA at "

consumes and how people throw things away.In large as their enemy. In primary school the :/jf
China there is a saying 'everything is a children are reminded that the people are our .'
treasure.' Everything from rubber tires to friends" she added.
plastic bags are gathered for recycling," she
said. But because she was of a different race in a
country with little ethnic variety she did tendto
"PEOPLE HERE DON'T SEEM to care
stick out.
about the natural lesources and think they .
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will last forever," she 'added with a sigh. "If my friends and I were bicycling throughthe ..v.I.. ;:"
and fair, '!:w
countryside came upon a county
Hinton made these remarks in a program .
as soon as I entered the village I became the
U.S.
sponsored by the -China Peoples
fair," she said with a laugh. Po
Friendship Association last Sunday designedto -:,
promote an understanding of Chinese She added, "some of the older generation -
society. might not know what to do with me and

This blue-eyed woman with straight black treated me like a guest but those I grew up

hair and strong cheek bones has had quite a with -my friends" -took me in and treatedme t ;
singular background.She as an equal. !
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was Peking to ..i' .. "'''''
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and Bertha Smeck. In 1953 when her father curious than hostile toward her. One would

decided to return to America Hinton's have little indication she grew up in China ... .. ,
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daughter stayed with her. She said she believes the FBI taps her

"SHE FELT THE FRESHNESS OF social phone and finds ridiculous reasons for visitingher TEXTBOOKS -. NEW & USED; ARdfflBCTURE & ENGINEERING

reform and the overturning of values. Since house, but overall government sur- GYM OUIHTS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

she came from a family of workers, she like veillance is not excessive she said. SWEATSHIRTS ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIES

the new status that was being given to the One striking difference between China and 'e DRUGS & SUNOOIffiRI1OO >EQUIPMENT

workers. She wanted to" help and see me grow the U.S. is women's participation in society .. COMPLETE LINE OF GENERALSUPPLIES STUDY LAMPS
up in a new country Hinton explained.Thus the women's movement is making far greater FOR YOUR PERSONAL
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although she technically is a U.S. strides there she said. NEEDS DECALS

citizen Hinton studied at the Chinese public "IT IS PATHETIC the way women here

schools up through high-school and worked are channeled into a mold to act like ..
for two years in a Chinese printing machine models and not see any value unless they can [ ... q1 -

factory.IN attract men," she said.

CHINA, ALL YOUNG PEOPLE, are Ctr--r -ul
There is a whole different attitude in
required to work for two years in a factory or
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.That the funding not be on a continuingbasis
Alligator Staff Writer but only for this year ((1975-76))
.That figures be kept to show the numberof
The UF Student Senate ended three weeksof UF students using the program.
debate Tuesday night by defeating a bill to
I give the Corner Drug Store $11,680 in student .That two students selected by Eaton be
funds. placed on the CDS's board of directors.
.That regular monthly reports be sent to
John Creech director of CDS has said that the finance division of Student Government
the program will not be able to operate in the detailing income and expenditures.
coming year if the funds are not allocated.
.That all services except the free clinic
THE SENATE originally passed the bill on must be open to all students of.UF.
first reading July 8 by a 27.12 margin.But The clinic was excluded to avoid competition y
with the UF infirmary Caleb Grimes.
when the bill came up for second
SG said.
reading July 15 opposition to the bill from treasurer.
Student Body President Jim Eaton and Collins who played a big part in the defeatof
'., Student Senator Charles Collins caused the the bill by presenting contradictory
Senate to send the bill to the Activity and evidence to figures provided by John Creech.
Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) for director of CDS urged senators to disregardthe
further study. ASFAC recommendations.In .

ASFAC recommended the Senate pass the a prolonged debate lasting more than an
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"Why Do The Heathen Rape,?"
. R 11Rn OUlnD YOWln ( .

Are you concerned and troubled about the great increase in lawlessness? Violent holdups
murder adultery, and other kmdi'of violence
) "" and rchfi! At times these things strike mighty close.I to our homes, I loved ones, and

::: t : friends! And they will get closer unless some change is made.

.. ...... I In t the days of Noah God destroyed the earth and everything wherein. was the breath. of.life
: ;,, 'Ji of Noah's family and the anJn1 aJ t alive
:; rt I .excepting \the eight members seep in the
; : ; .... to G 0 d.sor..ers' ThecauseofthlsJu d gemen was for causes similar 1 to the
i;:: :!' i'I ( ': .. oneS exist today: "Man corrupted God's way on the earth and I the earth was' hUed
iJ; ''' "" it has been estimated there
', : '" with. iolence. With good reasoning and logic, might have
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By SHEILA DRAPER many as now living on the earth! (We digress to again suggest I in this column) man had
Alligator Staff Writer BLUEWATER BAY State Road 26 in better leave the matter of"birth control" in the hands of The Almighty, where it belongs.lest .
Melrose Bluewater Bay said Red and He say of us what He did of one man: "It had been good for that man if he had not
ALIBI LOUNGE 3333 W. University Murphy will be playing there Friday through been born!" Matthew 26:24.: We remind you that God says in His Word "If we fear
Ave. Bill and Jennifer who together Thursday nights. This is quite enigmatic asAnthony's God, and keep His Commandments the whole duty of man." God has engaged Himselfto
comprise Fandango will perform on electric said they were playing there also. If bless the "fruit of theomb" and take away sickness: also, to bless the fruit of the
piano, guitar and mandolin beginning at 9 they can accomplish this feat, what are they wound in order there might be plenty to cat. Hear the words of the Man! after God's
p.m. this weekend. They play easy-listening doing in Gainesville? No matter, they will playat Heart: "I 1 HAVE BEEN YOUNG AND NOW AM OLD: YET HAVE I f NOT SEEN
tunes by such artists as Joni Mitchell and one place or the other and alternate entertainment THE RIGHTEOUS FORSAKEN NOR HIS SEED BEGGING BREAD. Psalm 37:25.
Harry Nilsson. No will probably be scheduled for
cover. makes null and void these
Of course, however, unbelief and disobedience precious
ANTHONY'S- 921 W. University the place which loses in the mix-up.
Ave. promises. It appears there is very little confidence in them today, with most of us!)
The husband and wife bluegrass pickin' team DUTCH PANTRY 1.75 and Newberry "MY SPIRIT SHALL NOT ALWAYS STRIVE WITH MAN ," The Almighty
of Red and Murphy will be providing the Road Richard Mufson will again entertainyou announced intthe days of Noah.and sent the flood. Gen. 6:3. It may be the time has
entertainment at the graffiti pub this Friday this weekend with his wide' variety of about arrived when His Spirit will quit striving with you. and me! Until that time comeswe
and Saturday nights beginning at 9:30.: Don't music- 1940's swing, jazz and good ol* rock.. would do well to remember that Christ told us to do some striving: 'STRIVE TO
miss their version of "Orange Blossom For free, he will play the piano and sing the ENTER IN AT THE STRAIT GATE: FOR MANY I SAY UNTO YOU. WILL SEEK
Special -Orange Bosom Special." There is aS1.50 tunes of many artists from the Beatles to TO ENTER IN AND SHALL NOT BE ABLE! Luke 13:24.: We can strive to be
cover charge, but then musicians haveto Stevie Wonder. Tuesday night is jam night, so "faithful unto death" to the vows made to God in joining His Church "When thou

BEEF eat too. if you are into it, ,bring your horn and get vowest a vow unto God defer not to pay it; for He hath no pleasure in fools: pay that
AND BOTTLE -5220 SW 13th St. down
on some improvised melodies. which thou hast vowed." Eccles. 5:4.: We should strive to be faithful in our testimonythat
-this Chuck Mitchell will again grace the stageat GATOR BOWL Jacksonville After The Bible is the Word of God, and be careful not to get in the "broad way"of
swanky nightspot. Mitchell will
you laughing with ballads proclaiming keep the months and months of reading about the I unbelief of those who both in and out of the Church attack the Bible. We should strive to

likes of,"Booze for the President and booze Rolling Stones in Newsweek. Time and be faithful in our testimony that the Ten Commandments reveal the morality",
for his cabinet; Booze for the bastard and Rolling Stone, Mick Jagger and his diabolical righteousness, and very character of God; and strive to be workers together with His Holy
booze for the bitch." His voice is and cohorts will reveal themselves to a Spirit in writing these Commandments in our hearts to the end we may accomplish the
clear, not to mention melodious as strong he sings Jacksonville audience Saturday afternoon. whole duty of man which is "To fear God, and keep His Commandments."
songs from such Broadway musicals What suprises will the Midnight Rambler We call attention to another judgment and visitation of God upon corruption and
"Finnian's Rainbow." The starts as have for us? The J. Geils Band, the Atlanta violence. This was by means of a vision probably foretelling things shortly to come about
man
playing at 9 p.m. No cover but a one drink Rhythm Section, and Rufus will perform in the city of Jerusalem. In the 9th chapter of Ezckiel we read: "AND THE LORD
minimum. beforehand. The whole shebang begins at 2 SAID UNTO HIM. GO THROUGH THE MIDST OF THE CITY, THROUGH THE

BILBO AND GANDALF'S 2300 NW MIDST| OF JERUSALEM, AND SET A MARK UPON THE FOREHEADS OF THE

6th St. Pepi has all sorts of entertainmentlined p.m.LAMPLIGHTER 1 NW 10th Ave. -I i MEN THAT SIGH AND CRY FOR ALL THE ABOMINATIONS THAT BE DONE IN
up for you this week. Jim Conner, a folk The rock and soul band providing the dance THE MIDST THEREOF. AND TO THE OTHERS(those with destroying weapons) HE
guitarist who specializes in Florida ballads music this weekend is Sneaky Pete. They will SAID IN MINE HEARING, GO YE AFTER HIM THROUGH THE CITY AND
will play Friday and Saturday night beginningat boogie from 9 p.m. until 2 am. and there is $1 SMITE: SLAY UTTERLY OLD AND YOUNG, BOTH MAIDS. AND LITTLE
9. Tonight there will be an all-night beer cover charge. CHILDREN. AND WOMEN: BUT COME NOT NEAR ANY UPON WHOM IS THE
special with Heinekens MARK: AND BEGIN AT MY SANCTUARY. THEN THEY BEGAN AT THE AN-
going for only 70 TOE MONK'S INN 1305 NW 5th Ave.
cents. Next Tuesday a pantomime will be -Bill and Ginnie will again provide live and CIENT MEN WHICH WERE BEFORE THE HOUSE. Pay day some day is coming.
performed by Bob and Phil Goldberg with mellow music at Gainesville's newest sand Concerning God's judgements and slaughter of the wicked the writer has had Divines, or
Bosco Dry Vines say to him: "God is not like that!" Permit this
that Consider
accompanying on the acoustic guitar. wich beer and fun spot. The duo's instruments comment on :
The pantomime starts at 10 p.m. There is $1 include a piano, guitar and flute. the slaughter, death, and suffering going on all the time in all the world: surely as the
cover charge. Music begins at approximately 8:30: p.m. Scripture "says, "The whole creation groaneth and travaileth in paind and death even
until now. Think of the death suffering and sorrow in our own cityin our own city, in
Administrators list our own generation, and the wars of former generations, history and antiquity. If your
I priority areas god don't control all these things,then surely your god must have lost control. Surely you
I need to seek and find the God who has not lost control.even the true Christian's God -

for 1976-77 budget requests not one sparrow falls to the ground without His permission. He explains why all this
death
,
slaughter,
suffering: THE CAUSE IS SIN: DISOBEDIENCE TO HIS LAWS
LINDA AND COMMANDMENTS: "FOR WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH! BUT BUT "BUT
By WISNIEWSKI "
would total
approximately 20 requests Hanson said, THE GIFT OF GOD IS ETERNAL LIFE THROUGH JESUS
Alligator Staff WriterUFs cent would be given to OUR.LORD CHRIST-,
per adding that UF did not FOR GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD, THAT
HE
GAVE HIS ONLY BEGOTIEN'SON.
all UF faculty and staff.
receive of their
.
annual reception for any budget THAT WHOSOEVER BELIEVETH IN HIM SHOULD NOT PERISH BUT
new faculty this year will not THEPRESIDENT'S requests last year. HAVE EVERLASTING LIFE John 3:16:

need as many refreshments as STAFF decided to list all Associate Director of In closing we quote two passages of Scripture in which God tells us how we cad get rid of,
last year's. faculty and staff positions as Planning and Analysis Dallas evil:

UF hired only 100 newfaculty one priority instead of Fox asked staff members to First is from Isiah 26:9.: 10: "WHEN GOD'S JUDGEMENTS ARE IN THE EARTH.
members this year ranking each position review the budget priority THE INHABITANTS OF THE WORLD WILL LEARN RIGHTEOUSNESS. LET
compared to 400 members separately because, "we hateto items this week because UF's FAVOR BE SHOWED TO THE WICKED, YET WILL HE NOT LEARN
last year. UF President go through the trauma of final list must be sent to the RIGHTEOUSNESS: IN THE LAND OF UPRIGHTNESS WILL HE DEAL UN-f
"
Robert Q. Marston said at a having to love one of our regents office on Monday. JUSTLY This is meant especially for those who have God ordained authority to}
Tuesday staff meeting. children more than another," THE REGENTS will keep I law and order and put away eveil. Of course, there is no hope here when such;I

UF'S 1976-77 budget UF Executive Vice President consider the list of priority The authroities l are themselves!in rebellion against the judgements of The Almighty! '
Second
Harold Hanson is from Jeremiah
said. 23:21
priorities were also discussedat items in their September not call then where God says if the prophets, even though He did'
to
the meeting. The proposed list of budget meeting Fox said. Words: "THEN prophecy THEY ,SHOULD would stand in His counsel and cause His people to hear My

They included merit increases requests to the Board of UF has two months in the WAY., AND FROM THE! EVIL OF HAVE TURNED THEM FROM THEIR EVIL
and salary increasesthat Regents which includes increased summer to decide on its especially for the clergy, THEIR DOINGS." The application here is
!
would rise with the rate funds for library priorities and the regents' Who is to blame when wickedness preachers teachers, parents, and all who claim to be Christian.
of inflation. books, computer funding and office has September and part and the stench of man,s vileness grows and abounds becomes rampant and worldwide
UF fellowships, is merely an of October to compose the list mounts up to heaven!
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activity money in the form of excess student
Alligator Staff Writer
publication funds.
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The Orange and Brew restaurant-pub will <' The excess funds came from the now

open Friday under the colonnade of the J. :.) L ,". .. f. defunct Board of Student Publications, a
Wayne Reitz Union Pat O'Neill, program :I: :' r.,.w,:" ""':II. ."I',- student faculty group which had the
director for the Union, said. f" "" ':', responsibility for publication of the Florida
The beer permit, which was holding up the ;):{ ',: Alligator and the Seminole, the UF yearbook,

opening of the bar, arrived Tuesday morning, Rion said.
Bill Rion Union director, said.
When The Alligator went independent in
THE ORANGE AND
BREW
WILL 1973, the reserve funds accumulated over the
FEATURE live groups with an acoustic (non
the board used the
years by were for construction
electric) orientation Paul
Newman
assistant of the Orange and Brew, he said.,
program director !said. But no groups have
been lined up yet, he added. THE ORANGE AND BREW. operating
There win also be videotape programs on a hours will be:
four-and-one-half foot by five-foot television
screen he said. .Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to
midnight.
The pub, as its name implies, will serve
beer, but no other alcoholic beverages. Friday lla.m. to la.m.

Newman said. Soft drinks will\ also be served. .
Saturday noon to 13.m.The
The Orange and Brew will feature a

delicatessen menu with pre-cooked sandwiches Brew will not be open Sunday,
and other snacks such as popcorn and 3k O Newman said. He added that the hours maybe
potato chips, Rion said. changed in the fall. .
PRICES FOR SANDWICHES will average '
about 51.75 with the cheapest sandwich a hot 11 The bar was authorized by the Board of

dog, costing 65 cents. An 11-ounce (glass of xx a tR Regents three years ago Rion said.

beer will cost from 40 to 55 cents. Construction, which began in August 1974.
A pitcher of beer will cost from S .85 to
rri was completed in June of this year, but delaysin
$2.35. obtaining a license prevented the openingof
All the food will be provided by Ser- the bar, he said.
vomation which has a contract to provide photo by bob wool'
food for the entire campus. Rion added. ORANGE AND BREW Rion said that the delays were caused by
Newman said there will be no admission or red tape stalled opening bureaucratic red tape and not by any

cover charge because t the bar uses student problems with the facility.






AAUP



from page 'one) months of arguments from the three par. certain departments throughout the finance a collective bargaining campaign ana

ticipants in the faculty collective bargaining university system to particiapte, while others still have enough money for collective
Carpenter said collective bargaining struggle AAUP-FIa.; the United Faculty of were excluded. The graduate assistants bargaining," Dr. Melvyn New, UF chapter

organizations were now hoping for a Florida; and the public employer, the dispute has not been settled. president of UFF, said.

November or December election. university system Board of Regents.The Carpenter said he doubts whether AAUP.Fla. Carpenter said he did not think any with
"But a date may be set as late as Februaryor two chief disputes among the par. would appeal to any other national drawal of national funds would hurt AAUPFIa. .
even May" Carpenter added. ticipants concerned allowing graduate organizations for financial assistance if the chances of becoming the collective
PERC, which is responsible for setting an assistants employed by the state and funds are discontinued. bargaining agent for the university system
election date, was organized to settle department chairpersons to engage in faculty."I .
bargaining disputes.A collective bargaining.A "We'll probably go it alone," Carpentersaid.
hearing officer designated by the five. COMPROMISE was reached on the think we can win the election," Car
member commission listened to over two second issue which allowed chairpersons in "It would be magic for the AAUP-Fla. to penter said.







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Although all television repairmen surveyedby The lowest charge for an estimate quotedwas Aabbea TV Sales. &
the Alligator charge for estimates the $7, while the highest was S2S. Service $10JliSilir"111l1 yes
prices charged vary widely. All but two shops questioned said the
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Alligator Staff Writer encourage use the escort service otlered Student '. ., .
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Women:"'ill 'ge( a chance: to Question reformed Seri of-: Martha Varnes from the University Police Department tell them:. Gadinsky said.
lenders law enforcement officers and counselors in a rape (UPD)will give a self defense demonstration tor women. Representatives of the Florida Attorney General and State
prevention and awareness seminar planned for Aug. 5 and 6. Representatives from Gainesville Police Department the Attorney will discuss new rape legislation.. and legal aid for
Pam Gadinsky. Student Government's director of women's Alachua County Sheriffs Department and UPD will explainhow rape \ictims.
affairs who helped organize the seminar said all aspects of they work together to solve rape cases. Counselors from Rape Information and Counseling Service
rape will be covered. including rape prevention, self defence, Then State Representive Elaine Gordon who is active in and the Women's Walk-in Clinic will also be on hand.
investigations and prosecution of rape legislation will talk about the rapist himself. The seminar begins at 7 p.m. both nights and will last
rapists.
police SPEAKERS FROM LOCAL LAW enforcement Gadinsky said she is also trying to find doctors from approximately until 10 p.m. in room 363 of the J. Wayne
agencies Shands Hospital to tell "exactly what they do to the rape Keitz Union. _



Lawyers from page one) ,

: ON JULY 31, 1973 the Florida Supreme Court handed On June 14. 1975 Rodriguez Perez and their classmates,
down! the final ruling on the petition tiled by the Cuban who ranged in age from 36 to 74, completed their American
Lawyers. legal education. .
The court ruled the pre-Castro lawyers should be providedwith ,I I Life was hard for many of the lawyers while they were
a program that would help them return to their I enrolled in the program.
profession. ,i "SOME OF THE LAWYERS worked two full time jobs
In order to be eligible for the program each of the former I"i while attending school here," Vivian Dale. UF International
lawyers was required to pass a English proficiency test to be Y.f i Programs In Law secretary, said.
citizens of both the U.S. and Florida to have graduated from Because of the long struggle some of the lawyers didn't t"!;
one of the four Cuban law schools before I960 to have make it through the program.
practiced law in Cuba and to be of good moral character.An Dale said some of the older members died while enrolled in
investigating team was hired to go to Cuba to investigate the program. The oldest member of the class "hobbled across
the former attorneys' behavior before they came to the stage to a tremendous round of applause from everyone in
the U.S.' the audience at the graduation ceremonies."

"TWO OR THREE WEEKS after the, final ruling had -.. ---------- Three of the recent graduates from the Miami area have
been handed down we were called to the University of Florida.We photo by John moron been hospitalized because of heart attacks since graduation.THE .
went with our degree in hand without knowing anything FERMIN t PEREZ CUBANS still have one obstacle in.their path the
about the school. The (the law center staff) were all very goodto Florida Bar.
for
us." Rodriguez said. eligible Bar exam Dale had taken a survey of the June graduating class of the
On Oct. 13,1973 the Cuban-American Law: Program beganat pay tor their hotel rooms. We have a lot of professional program to see how many of them were planning to take the
UF.The first class had an erollment of 237. respect for these men," Rodriguez said. Bar July 29. She found that of the 207 lawyers who graduatedthis
However after the 104 lawyers still enrolled in the program The program developed by the law center and the UF past June about 70 per cent of them had planned to take
graduate: this might be the last program of its kind in Continuing Education Program lasted seven quarters. Each the July exam. .
Florida. quarter lasted for nine weeks of instruction on two different Several of the lawyers are taking the course as a matter of
ANOTHER PROGRAM cannot be started without another !subject areas. The classes lasted all day Saturday. pride, not because they plan on practicing law again.
battle with the courts to prove societal need. THE MAIN OBSTACLE faced by the Cuban lawyers was Currently Rodriguez was on an unpaid leave-of-absence
The UF program was not limited solely to Cubans. By orderof to learn the difference between the Civil Law practiced in from the Social Security Administration so he could devote
the Florida Supreme Court lawyers from several other Cuba and the Common Law practiced here. himself to studying for ,the July exam.
nations were included in the program. Nations represented in Rodriguez f felt the differences in Common and Civil Law "I AM STUDYING 12 TO 14 HOURS A DAY. My wife
the program were: Israel Pakistan. Colombia, Mexico and were not too severe. has been my.best friend. She pushes me whenever I slowdown
Italy. "There are some differences in the laws but the principlesare ," Rodriguez said..,
The June class was 15 per cent women. A dozen of the the same. In the U.S. we don't follow a code. In Civil Lawa Rodriguez has not made a firm decision on what his plans
lawyers had been judges in Cuba and four of them had been code is followed everything is either black or white. Here is will be if he passes the Bar exam. He has been offered a '
law professors before fleeing the Castro regime. the U.S. the judge has the freedom to adapt the laws to meet promotion by the Social Security Administration but he is
FOR THE FIRST THREE weeks of classes the students the needs of the case," Rodriguez said. torn by the misrepresentation of Spanish speaking people in
from the South Florida area were flown to Gainesville on RODRIGUEZ EXPLAINED that in Cuba a criminal Miami courts.
chartered planes. would be tried before three judges instead of a jury. This misrepresentation may bring Rodriguez back to the
"We had to get up at 4 in the morning to get to the airportby "If I had committed a crime I would rather be tried by practice of law. .
six. We were flying in old prop planes that took a couple three judges who been educated under the law. In a civil case I PEREZ DID NOT PLAN on taking the Bar in July
hours each way to make the trip. After a few weeks they would rather explain my 'case to a jury than to a trained "because he has too much to do before the exam."
decided it would be cheaper and safer to send the professorsdown judge" Rodriguez said "juries know only the facts not the Currently Perez is happy with his job at the law library and
to Miami on Friday nights on commerical planes and laws, which works to your advantage in civil cases" may stay on even if he later passes the exam.



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By ANNE SOMMERS calendar until Congress reconvenes in the fall. taken steps!' to prevent the loss of the second class privilege.

Alligator Staff Writer One of the co-sponsors of Eagleton's bill is Florida'Senator "We've filed an application with the postal authorities to
We've also written to legislators
Richard Stone.A retain our mailing privileges.
The mailing ot'rellege catalogues to prospective UF STONE aid said Stone's office received a report statingthat asking them to assist higher education in retaining the
Association of
students may get expensive next year. the loss of second class privileges could cost Purdue mailing privileges. I also know the National
written letter to Senator
Officers has a
The proposed elimination of second class mailing privileges. University 518.000 in the coming year. University Business
retain
tor periodicals and college catalogues may result in UF and According to Richard. J. Schiffli. UF business manager Eagleton "supporting his efforts to help us our

other universities around the country paying tour or five times Ufo which stands to lose even more than Purdue. has privileges, Schiffli, said.

more lor the mailing of college catalogues.BILL .

BAKER, customer service representative for the UPD nabs seven people for campus bike theftsSeven
Gainesville Postal Service said the proposed curtailment of the

r second class privilege was due to the operating losses persons were arrested in bur separate incidents Holliman said the arrests were a result of UPD's increased

currently being suffered by the U.S. Postal Senice. I Tuesday lor stealing bicycles on the UF campus according to efforts to deter the increasing rate of bicycle theft on campus.
The Post Master General reported that the postal service Captain Vernon Holliman. University Police DepartmentUPD UPD has assigned six plainclothes officers to patrol the
lost $438 million in operating costs in 1974." Baker said. ( ). campus at night.

UF and higher education in general may be helped in their Of the seven arrested six were juveniles all black .males "We had 59 bicycles stolen in May 64 in June and 71 so far .
this month," Holliman said "we had to do something. to slow
efforts to retain second class! privileges through a bill sponsored and one white UF student. "
by Sen. Thomas Eagleton (Missouri) POLICE IDENTIFIED THE UF student as Glen Richard down the increases.
THE BILL proposed on June 25. 1975. calls for the second Irematmore. a 20-year-old white male 323 N.W. 14th Streetas HOLLIMAN SAID of the 71 stolen this month 19 have

class privilege which has been in effect for the past 70 years to being charged with buying receiving and concealing stolen been recovered and some 20 persons! arrested and charged in .
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The following memoranium is issued in settlement of an The Board of Regents hereby clarifies its position as ';
unfair labor practice charge filed against ,the Board of Regentsby follows \
the United Faculty of Florida which alleged that the BOR had
1. The BOR acknowledges that the legal designation of
interfered with, restrained and coerced public those who are "managerial employees is by statute a decision
employees, prohibiting and discouraging them committed to PERC. Florida Statutes, $447.002(3)( ) All previous
from joining,' being active in or supportingthe communications from the BOR designating department chairpersons
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discriminate against public employees by
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functions, such as hiring, promotions, tenure, merit' increases,
Florida Engineering Faculty AssociationState work assignments, and the adjustment of grievances.

University System Law Faculty Association 4. Those persons whom the parties to the Stipulation have
agreed do not belong in the bargaining unit are presumed to be
United Faculty of Florida "agents or representatives" of the BOR. As such they must remain'
neutral toward the employee organizations listed above. They shall
University of Florida Health Center Faculty Association cautiously avoid any statement about or involvement in the activitiesof
the six named employee organizations which might be deemed viola-
University of Florida IFAS Faculty AssociationAll tive of Florida Statutes $$447.016(1)( (a) (b) and (Ce) reproducedabove
particularly the proscription against ". assisting in the
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ing of the Act, and the statements ,respecting employee organiza- herein listed. "" '
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Presidents dated. December 20, 197.4, and in a letter fromDr. State by the Public Records Act, Florida Statutes, Chapter 119. '
George bedell. Director of Personnel and Faculty Relations, In their demands for public information labor unions are to be "
to Dr. Roy Lassiter dated January 23, 1975, the universitieswere treated equally and are to be accorded all rights given other members '
advised that, until such time as PERC decided to the contrary,' of the public. Access to and copies of public records should be
department chairpersons would be considered "managerial employees" given in accordance with the Chancellor's memorandum tq the Council '
as defined in Florida Statutes, $447.002(4)( ) These communications of Presidents dated May 7, 1975. ...
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related to Florida Statutes, 5447.016(1)( ) which prohibits certain '4 :
acts by "public employers or their agents or representatives,." including FREEDOM OF COMMUNICATION ,
among other thingst

(a) Interfering with, restraining, or coercing Full and open discourse is a fundamental precept of higher Y
public employees in the exercise of any right'sguaranteed education. Informed jUdgments, in the context of employee relations
them under this act as in. other matters, can only be made 1f freedom of communication
As an element of free -
solicits the right to
(b) Encouraging or discouraging membership in '" and distribute literature is sags-is by the need for
employee organization discrimination in
any by
insuring that the
regard to hiring, tenure, or other conditionsof universities' teaching, research and service
employment ande functions are not disrupted. Those who act for the employer in
striking the balance
will avoid discriminating either

( ) Dominating, interfering with, or assisting SIS? organizations or between unions and other .university among
in the formation, existence, or administration of groups.
any employee organization, or contributing finan-
The law
cial support to such an organization. proscribes making changes in establishedPalla policy '
even though superficially C
applicable to all
Thereafter the United Faculty of Florida and the American groups, when the change is designed to inhibit.univ.rsity relate
Association of University Professors Florida entered a Stipula- because of their collective bargaining employee organizations -
tion (dated May 30, 1975)) with the BOR by which the parties agreed extent solicitation or .the ,distribution of literature objectiv. TO the
that department chairpersons share a community of interest the use of campus facilities or servic.s, ,it 11 involves "
with faculty member and therefore could be included in a bargaining BOR Use of Facilities policy (Chapter IC-S.lI, governed by the !
unit with other public employees, and that many should be Code) and the Chanc.llor' Interpretive Florida Administrative j
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(from/ page six) exercise. She has been studying for one year
and has lost weight.

id their brows Ackerman was also attracted by the exotic
and puffed wiped and nature of belly
dancing. She
thought it was a
the fountain.
Led themselve to water
good way to meet people and
was interested
IERE ARE about 20 basic movements in dance. in
I dancing Karaphillis said. .
Ackerman
is teaching belly
lie belly dance I it always done in a trilogy, emotionally disturbed girls aged dancing 11.13, at to-a
phillis explained. The first part is the veile camp in Starke. She said it teaches them to
| in which the dancer gradually dropseil work together.

exposing her body. DONNA CARMEL, 20 a UF student, has
iXT COMES the floor work with the been bell
) dancing for MX months. ,She got
Jcr on her kneos. The floor work is a interested in it through Greek friends. She
lation of labor with the dancer sym. said it is a great form of exercise and a good
ally telling the man whom she is dancinghat way to meet people. Carmel also said she
she will bear him children.e .
enrolled in
belly dancing because of an interest
| third part is the "laughing girl dance." in other cultures.

h contains the most movement. The Valerie Thomas 37, a social worker said
cr shows she is in a happy mood. she took belly dancing because she wanted a
Illy dancing originated as a sort of way to release the tensions of her job. And it
Von for a place in a harem. Karaphillis has worked, she said.
explaining the components of the She also said she has gotten in touch with
fcyELLY- her body through belly dancing..Thomas has T A
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DANCING probably began about been studying about 13 weeks.
h years ago in a region rather than a Karaphillis' class is offered through SantaFe
5tic country. Karaphillis said. It was andne Community College's non-credit series. 17 J
in Greece. Turkey, and Lebanon, shed She has about 80 students.
: She has been teaching belly dancing two Ilea
itch movement has a meaning althoughof years. 4l#;
the meanings have been forgotten, THE STUDENTS have formed a club, f i"m

(iphillis. which has performed for the Gainesville a rs". al,.a 3 t X '
\\\ere\ are six or seven unique movements in Women's Club, Newcomer's Club Rotary InFM
part of the trilogy she explained. The Cl.ub and other civic organizations. They are
L>f the movements can be used throughout going to dance at the opening of a new Greek
ntire trilogy.IE restaurant in Tarpon Springs.
BELLY DANCE is loosely structured The club Koritsia Opta Glendia which
[there is plenty of room for freedom of means "the women of the party," in Greek,
ession, she said. holds recitals several times a year. They serve s
he advanced students practiced floor Greek food at the recitals, in addition to XN
k. They knelt on both knees wrigglingtorsos performing.All .
and arching their backs with. students who have completed the first
heads almost touching the floor.ey quarter of belly dancing are eligible to join the
shook furiously their bangles shaking dub. The members make their own costumes,
|finger cymbals constantly striking. Then which average about $45.
rose whirled skirts flying and hoppednd Karaphillis is working on a book on belly
wildly like dervishes. dancing. She is going to call it "The A B C's N
FTER CATCHING their collective of Belly Dancing." .
Ith, the students explained their reasons She plans to teach English when she
[taking the class. graduates and to continue teaching belly
lathi Ackerman, 24, a school guidance dancing. She said she wants to perpetuate the
tiselor, took up belly dancing as a form of tradition.


I Sound equipment may save SG $11,250 a year I


By FRANK RINELLA "There doesn't appear to be any problem at this time" .
Alligator Staff Writer Goodale said. "THE EQUIPMENT that we have now is not good enough
"It seems to be a proper expenditure and the fOnds are fur some of the bands we are capable of booking. like the
ing a veto by UF administrators. Student Government there." he added.TECHNICAL Spinners Dave Bromberg and groups at the Jazz Fest we
cal Services will use $7,675 of SG money to buy new SERVICES handles lighting. sound and had" Smith said.
equipment that could save as much as $11.250 a year. other necessary services at concerts, movies, speeches, lectures Smith said SG Technical Services had to pay a $200 rental
production crew plans to buy a console that will allow Gator Growl and other similar events. tee tor a stage monitor and microphones for the Nitty Grity
I to blend sounds from various microphones better, a Miles Wilkin SG business manager, said the purchase Dirt Band concert. The equipment was rented from a sound
band control console that will help eliminate feedback, could save the production crew the cost of renting the crew traveling with the band. <-
t ew microphones and hardware that will help put thequipment equipment every time it is needed. Wilkin said he does not expect the administration to veto
together. "If you figure $750 (the rental cost) 12 to 15 times a year, it the allocation and will put out bids as soon as the measure is
THOMAS GOODALE, dean of student affairs, said comes out to a substantial amount of money," Wilkin said. approved.
that the allocation would receive approval from the UF Ken Smith the production crew's sound director said the Wilkin expects to receive the new equipment by the early
istration. equipment would not replace the old equipment, just add to part of September.



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Sen. GrahamTo 4S.


Speak AtCommencement ... .





State Senator D. Robert Graham (D, 1t
Miami) will be the speaker for August 30 ,y1m .
Commencement ceremonies. A 1959 grad t ,-
uate of the University of Florida,Grahamis
chairman of the Health and Rehabilitative ,
Services. Committee and vicechairman -

of the Education Committee. HIRAM WILLIAMS (L),PRESIDENT ROBERT MARSTON,V-P HAROLD HANSON
has served in the Senate
Graham since
Admire Professor's Painting Now
Hanging In The President's Office
1971. He was a member of the Florida
House of Representatives from 1966 to

1970.An active environmentalist, Senator Hiram Williams' 'Road' Painting

Graham introduced the
Big Cypress

Conservation Act of 1973, and in 1971 Leads to Student Art CompetitionTo
sponsored and saw passed the environ-
mental protection act which permits

citizens to initiate legal action to prevent herald upcoming student art competition, a painting by Art it will be replaced by the first winner of an Annual Presidential
environmental damage. He serves as Professor Hiram Williams has been hung in the reception area of Student Art Competition. Details of the competition sponsored by
chairman of the State Environmental the President's Office on the second floor of Tigert Hall. President Robert Marston have not been finalized, but it will
Education Advisory Council and is on the The near 6-foot-square mixed media painting is one in a series carry at least a$250 award for a University of Florida art student.
Environmental Land Management Study of about two dozen "roa4" scenes done during the late 50's and To make space for the hanging,the portrait of former President
Commission. early 60's when Williams was making his move (in 1960)) from the John J. Tigert, UF's third president, was moved from the
Graham has received three Allen Morris faculty of the University of Texas to the University of Florida. It reception area to the Board Room of the President's Office suite.
Awards,in 1967 as"Second Most Outstan- is titled, "Highway with a Blue Sky," and has been described by Tigert's portrait now hangs with portraits of the first president
ding First Session Member of the House," Williams as his mind mixture between Texas and Florida Andrew Sledd; second president,Albert Murphree and the sixth,
in 1971-72 Award as "Outstanding First beaches. Stephen O'Connell. Portraits of the fourth president, J. Hillis
Term Member of the Senate," and in 1973 "You know," he said, "when you come to the end of the road at Miller, and the fifth, J. Wayne Reitz, hang in the two campus
"Most Valuable Senator." In 1972, the St. the beach, you look up and there's the sky." buildings bearing their names,the medical center and the student
Petersburg Times named Graham "Most Williams' painting will hang through at least next spring, whenExit union.

Valuable Legislator,"and the Tallahassee
Democrat gave him their "Lawmaker- Interviews For

Newsmaker of the Year" Award.He Assistant
Dean Bob Burrell Named
is the Florida representative on the Seniors with Loans I I
Southern Regional Education Board and
the Senate representative to the Education Graduating Seniors with National De- Coordinator of Greek Affairs
Committee of the States and serves on the fense, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry,
National Committee. for Support. of the Cuban, S.A.F.E. or UF Long-Term loans
Public Schools. must complete an exit interview prior to Assistant Dean for Student Services Bob to provide the best possible support to both
While earning his bachelor of science graduation. All student receivables and Burrell will assume responsibilities as fraternities and sororities. Bob will be ....
degree in political science at the University short term loan accounts must be brought Coordinator of Greek Affairs, effective assisted!in this role by a number of student,
of Florida, Graham was a member of up-to-date prior to graduation. Failure to Sept. 1. staff assistants."
Florida Blue Key,and Phi Beta Kappa and do so will prevent release of diplomas and In making announcement of the assign-
was chancellor of the Honor Court.He was transcripts.Exit ment, Dean Tom Goodale said, "The Burrell has been adviser to fraternities
on the Gator debate team and was Interviews may be completed at the decision to move fraternity and sorority since December, 1973. Assistant Dean
president of Phi Eta Sigma honorary Student Depository between 9 a.m. and 4 advisement and coordination into one Loyce Sparkman, who will be leaving her
fraternity and president of Sigma Nu p.m. weekdays. Payments on accounts office reflects a continuing commitment... post Sept. 1,has been Panhellenic:adviser.

social fraternity. He graduated from may be processed between 9 a.m. to 2:30

Harvard Law School with the LL.B.degreein p.m. weekdays.

1962. Activities Center
Also during Commencement ceremonies -

an honorary Doctor of Science degreewill Seminar Open to All
be presented to Dr. Johanna Dober-
einer of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, whose
interested student attend the
Any
research in the nitrogen fixing capabilityof may
Florida Blue Key Leadership Seminar
grasses provides hope for a hungry
Wednesday, August 6, to discuss a mass
world
of
costs
facing skyrocketing syn-
thetic seating activities center, by calling and
fertilizer.:
making a reservation with Pam Lovely,
Receiving Alumni awards v
Distinguished JWRU Director's office, 392-1674.
from the UF. Alumni Association will be
Dr. J. Ralph Murray, president of Elmira The seminar, which will be held in the
JWRU Ballroom at 7 will have
College G. p.m.
in Elimira, N.Y., and Dr.
limited and students must make
space
Ballard in
Simmons, who spent 60 years
reservations by 4 Monday 4.
education posts in Florida, retiring in 1967 p.m. August .
cent of the will
as Dean of the of Education at f' Sixty per group attending
Florida Atlantic College a kY, be students, and the other 40 per cent will
University. be comprised of faculty, staff and admini-
Commencement ceremonies will beginat strators. .
10 a.m. on August 30 in Florida Gym. !
The Seminar is designed to provide
interested parties with the opportunity to
and _____ ___ ____
air their views hear contrasting viewson nnn.
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Wedding Bands I Engagement Rings.. for sole 1971 mobile. home I2.44 2 sole 67 BSA 650 cc lighteningcomplete 2 BR HOUSE furn ac 6 blocks from
Traditional or Contemporary designs of bedroom some furniture o-c $1500 and stock full I history good running campus no pets available aug 3 $715 mo
1 your choice, Handmade for Individuals take over payments call 377.3116 after condition, cleon must sell 750 or best includes all utilities except gal 758 nw Hie 70. :"'' ; ; .. ." .
ti who wont the best. Original work by trie'' 5'30 (a-3t.62-p) offer 372.9837 373-0384 (o-9M6l-p) 18th ter call 373.9682 (b-fr-162-p) _

1 Souih's leading Artists.' Master GoldSmith IOSPEED by GITANE has new point, 3 Wilson, Tennis Racquets good con shore. opt summit house for summer $65
and tapldist. Unconditional 'tubular tires. cables, and best simplex dition. Recently re-itrung $29 per near med center female 377-8406 pool
Guarantee. OZ2IE By appointment only' gears. This bike in top running shape racquet or 3 for $60 call 372-6446 after 6 tv (b-2t-162p)
:73-3894: (o.I8t.I53.pI) S 1 00 call Rick 373-5985 5pm (o-5t.l62-c:)
pm ((0-3-161) OCEAN FRONT CONDO 2 BR 2 B Fur.
7 uncut sheets. of panelling, and 7 half rushed. Pool I Ret room Crescent Beach
HP-59 programoble pocket calculatoradapter
sheets... Good to excellent condo also, all occenorl.plu.. security $60 weekend$200 week 373-5552 (b-2t-
blue velvet/ drapes: two lift lOft 1.62-p)
cradle Included. $450 value for $79 378-
pieces... Will sell all or part. Call 3729466Robert 8122 (o.9t.163-p) Avoid the fall rush I Have your own roomIn B
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(q-2t-162-p) a beautiful, house, available Aug 1.
Four Rolling Stones tickets $10 each. Coll
is ; NOVUS PROGRAMMABLE after 12om377-4412Mustsellbyfrl. (a-, Refer non-tmokert. $85-99 A share util.
calculators! priced from $70 to $1701 It.t63- )_ Call 373-3734 David (b-4M62-p)
Business model (compare to HP-70)) Recently mode Available 3brlba with 14 rooms graduate, upper division moles
Scientific model(compares to HP-S9)) 2 blocks campus kitchen telephone |loc
large yard fenced low Down Call Joe
MIONITE Fr. & Sat. t many more in proarommable t non. Crawford for a ho"le"'elOl." 377-6789 central heat washer.. $120 includes
.made In USA I utilities. lease 378.8812
proa y'WCtrfonty.373.1106 yr (b-8t-162-p)
Only W D Mason co Realtor (o-3t-163-p)
(o-7t-l5y-p) moving must sell-sony color tv, elec. t 3 bedroom apartment graduate upperdivision
$2.00Killing moles 1 block campus $300. 3
man. typewriter, trumpet cycle helmet,
conserve dollars buy a duplex, live
your occupants 50.00 additional person 12
1t 1 In one side and receive Income from ,the rug, choirs; camper equlp-lp tanks I month leoie 376-6652 after 9pm (b-fll-
regulator hitch elev. brakes, crank,tire
other wayne d. mason I CO., Inc.realtor 162-p)
rack; household t misc. 373-2231 (o-lt-
3776789. (o37l152.plLAST 163-p) furnished. house graduate upper division ;NIT
males I block each
$12000
ROlliNG STONES TICKETS,$1 II 1 each and=' I campus
hove two 'to sell. Call 377-2394 anytime room 60.00 each additional person 12 I
after 1pm ask for Ron (o-lt-163-p) month 1 lease 3764652 after 5pm (b-8l-
.A* 162-p)
rf 'ice 12x65 JBR Mobile, homeCentral air,
washer. dryer shed, unfurn. Brown's Great 2 bedrm opt. Ideal location one 11 II ,
Trailer Pork 373-7991 avble fall qtr. block to llgert. Move in Aug. I, optionfor 1
NIGHT $5200 (o-St-163-p)_ fall. $160 l this It a unique deal. Call
now. 377-8869 (b-2t-l62-p)

only 1M Dachshund. Small, standard AKC,2M2Fbrowndarkbrown. dam,miniature 1 BR in 2 BR furnished. trailer available.
sire. Many champions sire's sldel 378- $67.50 month tVi electric phone. 372-
M ) 7899 after six and weekends (a-41-160- 0535 (b-3t-161-p)

P)_ Ovil Engineering Student wants roomote
11te WHITE LINE FEVER"N.W.
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low table. Beautiful rustic redwood with for 2 bedroom house with oc near LAST
all wood No Dk Gainesville Moll for $60 and Vi utilities.
cherry gloss pegs.finish. screws 4J"x49"x19"antique. $89. call Kim 373-2046 (b-7t-161-p) 13th STREET and DAY I 2:20 4:10 6:00 7:50 ':4S "

375-0282 oft 5:30: (o-5t-1iO-p) apartment for rent NOW 3 blocks from 23rd BOULEVARD
campus 1621 NW 3rd PI. No. 3 100 per STARTS TOMORROW
month total from aug 1st AC yard (b-3t-
iSister FOR RENTWonted 161-p) 2:20 4:10 5:" 7:50 9:35

'Need 2 clean liberal roomates own
(
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house avail now only $46.25 + V4 utll. nice quiet area $58 and 1-3 utilities call
4 central air, washer dryer N.E. area. Call russ 373-3246 after 5 (b-1'.159P)
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$30 deposit. 377-6329. (b-lt-163-p)
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last mo. Aug $160 l sept $190 security I Z Sunday and Holidays
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Only 4 block from COmpul 372.9223 3bdr Walk Septlll Models wanted photo advertising
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at 921 W. UNIV'The to glamour figure' full or part-time paid
2 bdr
$ISO
Walk lo UF
I....................... 4 Bdr 2 ba .. NW area training.236-2654 after Phone 4 00 Images(e-t-lo3-p Silver, )Spring
3 bdr
$125 Country home
several homes on lakes urgently needed: experlerfced keypunch
operator who It not presently
mountaineering Apt for Sept.III employed by U. please call 392-037S
$110 Walk to UF leave name and number (e-2M63-p) 0
$100 NW sect Util paid

climbing & hiking boot. 2$140 bdr.$120 NE Sect.- NW area AUTOS 3

2 bdr all utilities poid-NW

1969 bunk latobr, air, auto-all power,
Untied Real!Estate Assoc Broker radio, excellent condition, $880, call
113 NE 16th Ave .392-6712 Joe (g-5t.l63-p)
The Vosque Hiker II: Full Open 9om-8pm 377-6992 FORD GRAN TORINO WAGON 1973
grain leather upper Inside (b'lp 1 6O-p) Super clean with many extroi. Mull Sell!

thl" Hap reinforced padded Call 376-5012 ipeclaly priced at only
ankle and many other F 'mmOI..-. rmt. open In beautiful 6- $2500. (g-fr.l63-p)
bdrm brick haute
right behind Norman
feature Ask about it at The I courtt-houie hoi Irg. rmi., living rm, Mull Sell 1971 Peugeot 304. 4-ipeed,
dining rm, good condition, excellent mpg. 378-
Trail Shop.only I Mudy-party rm 2 baths,
-e 7680. (g.4t.I62.p)
,
fireplace clean t completely fern!
$53 (except for bdrmt-mott of which it Mull tell 1966 Opel kadette recently
f.- partially furn) loll of space come by 618 overhauled engine excellent condition Ttse Tru.Story.f ttw Tea.Cased.atrn.n .
iw 10 II 4 we will take you over to lee It.price $400 ph 378-3244 Jerry (g.5t-161-p, ) end Roble
= $105 (b-lt-163-p)

Hornet for Rent PERSONALride FREE Fri. Aug 1 1975
3 bdr home Avail Sept lit ,
>/, blk to UF 4 vacancies *
2 bdr $125On lake Avail needed to or towards denver
Sept.
Over SO listings for Sept. will colorodo share on xpentei.or after call friday 377-8724 august anytime lit 9:00: PM Union North Lawn

United Real Estate Assoc. Broker ask for Moggy (-lM63-p| )
1518 NW 13th St. .--
1[ 113 NE 16th Ave.i I found a 'little kitten &i can't keep her.
'
jlVf i 377-6992 she loves people & li houtebroken. I'd
372-0521 hate to take her to the pound. call 378-
I I (b-9t.l55-p) 7430 Dionne3t16lnc| ) O

sublet apt fall&winter.,central AC,dote .
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Bookpocki hiking shorts ponchoi.whileitag R
to campus own big room $100 1 mo. + '4
speedo swim luiti, bugproof
utilities), .
I 377-9913 (b-5M59-p)
tend Allan' Aquatic & Trail Center.
2 neat responsible females needed lo 3448 W Unw 373-9233 (.fr.52-c| )

Cinema 1 2:00-4:30-7:00-9:30: : share very nice 3 br house in nw tection. i
only 5 blocks to law school. $120 mth +
1-3 util. Grad student preferred eip. In 2 lor Iluy
)low 373-1754 (b-6t-159-p)
In the tradition of Shane and High Noon, WICKER:

a new Western Classic is born! BITE THE BULLET FENCED ROOM FOR RENT in 4 BEDROOM. HOUSE one get
YARD AC WASHER DRYER PETS SHCP
RENT$80 375.1404 or 373.5266 (b-5t-1$9- ETC.
Pj) one
OUUHA PtCTUMSpm.r
ROOMMATES WANTED 4 BR, central 377-2236
cheat < air, 2 blocks from campui. FREE! ;
BITE THE BULLET LoMoncho Apartment, pool C gal grill
3787224. (b-fr.16Q-c) <
Samme+ '
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PANAVISKDN P /VISTA FEATURE' 4: ofLond'xfr._::'::
WANTED Plzza inn.

Neill Try ow r No-S.f fnsfcH: ; FREE
Cinema 2 females (grod itud) Into meditation Curly Parntanent, With this coupon. buy any
Z 2:45-4:50-7:55-10:00: yoga plants music/ want to shore room giant large or medium pizzaat
together, $100 max please, nonsmokers 3772643Case regular price and receiveone
& non-drug! Kathy 373-3734 (c- pizza of the next smaller

'THE It-I 63.p) '",. size with equal number of
3rd f.. Need 3 girls to shore 2 bdr. Apt on iw. Promotional g )\ ingredients FREEI One
OTHERSIDE 34th it. 55 mo. and 50 dept. for ai lOon 0 visit please.
Photography | |
at pouible call Evelyn 373-6022 (c-2i- J
Week OFTHE I 163-p) ',.. _._Ch- S-N.IM I r ter.I I..w f 11 -IN
4'lIl' err IN fr fN INe.e.
MOUNTAIN'AUNIVfMAiriCTU i need HELP in chemistry cy 201 will .... Ih tea Iw '.wMI
e.N 'II f N I N IN
negotiate,lermi.Deanna 373-8227 (c-3t- 371.0700 Mrs_ 'II fill fwN
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Female;; roommate needed Point Well career .... I N f tl RN ..Nw..r
for BR. laundry .r..tea,. .rr. .fr. .wf1N
utilities pool
$100 + own -- '"
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heat & call Marlene (days 1-4 -'-
Cinema 2:30-5:00-7:30-10:00: : central oc CLOTHES DON? .
3 IM f if frN /M
or anytime) 373-0" (c-5t-162-p) ....--. .. .. ...
Fin PlUS MANY MOREL)
Female Roomate for 3 bed 2 bath opt. in
4 See us foralterations. carry out order 10 cent extra
The terrifying motion picturtfromtht oak forest' rent $95 mo. + 1-3.util per box

7th terrifying No*1 best seller. poolside call/ 373.7177 lighted tennn, Marti ctt.reduced Availablenow aug. Valid 7-31 thru 8-2

rent (e-4t-161-p)

couple, shore 2 bdrm.apt I block from
Week tigers aug. or tept. $110-mo. call dave
3778885 (c-5t-160-p)) 316 SW 16th Ave. 3764521O

GOLD & SILVER 1'bp price paid for loss
rings,old ,jewelry, etc confidential., Coll
QZZIE 373-3894 (c.181.153.pL-) Ic\ IN Mw !Tdi)
2:10.4:00HELD :
female grad student wanted to shore
Cinema 4Tje 5:507:40 hug
: lovely 3 br opt (Point Well) 12 mo. !
OVER 9:30 lease beginning sops 1 I. dote to compui 1620 W University
call loune 373.9133, 392.0710. (c-51-159-
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audio, engmeer-enperienced
with large P.... lyitemi-concert work.
MUll be E E. iludent. For written, application
contact Technical Services, 310
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Charlie's Chicken STREIT'SSchwinn ,

Is delivering Cyclery

as CLASSIFIEDPERSONAL Sales&Service on
All makes of bikes




LOST ,& FOUND LEWIS { .I.) S1EEPYHOtLqWI ..
I\ .RlOr'N.G (, PWV:
!KARATE LESSONS loll ton and whit dog looks like welsh JevtelryCompany
Small cia.... $25 per men corgi,hot strong Sort l legs lldtt girls lost CLASS RINGS
1 1215 NW 5th Av..(off 13th St)Mon thru near old arch? and 34th M 373-41(2 DIAMONDSWATCH ",, ;..f\\ :
Sot .v.n 7 to 9 378-7131 (I.17t.154-p) otter 6pm ((1.1t-163.p I ) REPAIRS 1 Day Service Call

:77..0992-1062 Wedding invitations from til.40 per Found:sunglasses near Motherly Hall 7- 200 W,University Ave I' ) ," ,'1 J'' ,If/,/", 1.4'' 377-BIKE
100. Two week delivery Hundred of 24 communication center at Motherly lo 372-4106
tfyle..Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N Main identify (11-3t-162of1C) .
376-9951 (|-ff-152-t:) ._ Found: f.mol. blond t.rr,*r near Perry
"If carried to e.c.... civilization will feld Recently groomed 378-3113 John(1.3t.162p
(tat1ch : prove 01 prolific e source of evil at It had ( ) q' LLTYPEWRiTER
1 been of goodneu." Boha I Writing (lilt I.
.163-c) __ Reward offered for return of portobl. PROBLEMS?
typewriter left In parking lot behind Rolf-
first visit, to Gymnoi Nudltt Club It
your Hall Monday 721. Please call 373-0390 ,
free_becaute we think you'II b*bock., after 6pm ((1-3I.162-p) We've got al1' the answers
Freedom it hobbit-forming But call firtt
', r' 377.5262. ) LOST DOG:cln city area; an-gold-collle- Sales Service
r N' y !NG (II-'t.l63-p sheppard mix..; nO tail,I; answers to -
.. COEO facial' hair removed permanently tomion'; need medication REWARD SuppliesleaseASSOCIATED.
rr t't Call Edmund Dwyer coll 378-3077 (I-5t.162-p)
electrolog over 20 year e."per ence Rockwell 63R In Peabody Hall Unuwble
Call 3728039frI52cl(| ) without charger Pleat return to Scott
Color TV In every opt. Write to Baho I Allocation Room 300 Ware,373-5305,377-8252 Reword offer) Lei BUSINESS SYSTEMS
i .Off street parking Ritz Union UF for free introductory No qu. hont ((I.2t-162.p))
Individuol bedrooms jj jjeLoundry pamphlet on Bono I faith (|fr-160-c) 724 N. Main 3733359STRANDED.

facilities laundry ....vlc.. let u. wash', dry, told
Furnished I G your laundry. 24 pound Include free --
Got Grills delivery lave on dry cleaning too

S ii... Pool SW Norge.13th laundrymot St. (|.10.and 156-p Drycloanert) 2108 Pathway Artist Materials '( OUROLo-TIME I1TMasPHFRE

SAMMIE OF LONDON.Have a hair style ENp 2.5 c OFil
g only 2 blocks to campus to suit your penonollly 377-2643 716. W. '
University. Ave (|fr.53-c| ) LAST BIG SALE ported..&wt'+finL'v.Io+e A>to94111' ''\.unc.to.e..O'.n
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914 SW Ave. 378-7234 urte'
I ,feature; benefit, friendthlp-free 1
yr.
male leopard hound, make yourself a 20% to 50% OFF SNUFF GERt.Mvn
.. dedicated fri.nd come m.et Colorado :vk.kaa.tsm Y.1 N4t ft( vseweri'
.e..ee.ee.r. toll Potty 373.3750.v.nings (11-51-| I 150-p)
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..* There IS a ; Pregnant t need help WE CARE toll on aD art supplies 1975

: difference .. Birthright 377-4947 (|.91.163-p) AcryScs30%, Oils 20% Brushes 50% \ \ S
SHARE o 2 br HOUSE with one otherp.rson. S
MEMtlr IO
: NE location near DUCK POND 2929 N.W. 13th St. OpenIn fl
: MCAT Over 35 yeah : waterbed OK torry no dogs or cat bring .
: OAT ol'u"eiptrwiKt" your 16 -p plants) a-c If you like 375-4444 ((1-21-j the Frame Factory Mon-Sat 1 104() "

LSAT Rolling Stone Ticket, Aug 2 Jot. Conc.rt
: SlNIl :>n $11'Coll 378-948Pofter 5pm (|.It-163-p)
GREATGS8 ?
: LOST & FOUND
Voluminous' "komt :
: Study' nuteriahCMXWI Why buy from
LOll, female collie ah.ppord'ml... black I We offer free pickup &
: OCAT and ton slightly, overweight in the area .: > r
!tM are of the(Ia. gym aniwert to the name of y Reasonable
priceson
: CPAT csnttantlyute's'' ahoy 74 tog num. 04255 pleate call 377- deivery.
7681. reword offered (I-4t-160-p) brakes
: FLEX M. e':lot : AlligatorAdvertisers tuneups, ,
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transmissions
ECRWGNARMEDBOS : t. : ':' or complete
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3771420I wouldn't be advertising in the Alligator. I goooooexaooooooooooeoaoooHNEED

4 : JonUr 31 N.Associates Main St. : : A CAR VAN OR

:: ... 3726511Set Second, The Independent Florida Alligator is supported ,

9 .. us for your printing needs! almost entirely by its advertising. As long as our ,
TRUCK RIGHT NOW?
.-U'_ Resumes BrochuresNewslettersGunsGunsGuns advertisers support us we can continue to be a free

... distribution newspaper on campus. Our advertiserswill
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So don't: buy what you don't need and don't pay you i

t NEW & USED more than you should, BUT, all other things being t
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"OWL" is DRUG STOREfor uto Leasing
four years old'

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20 %off on All

11 Wood Products pregnancy testing, I 372-2569
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7 ;. ir'i purse boxes, abortion'referral or
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plaques, shadowboxes ..
(.raft: Supplies s
I I ( Classes- for the Crafty" baskets, etc. post-abortion counseling Car and truck rentals available _

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I FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE : .

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[ TUNE-UP 4PM-10PM
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SFRVICES "
Hickory Hill, Form It Now Offering riding HOLLOW HORSE form riding v
lessons in hunt eat equitation and academy & boarding, stables
Career lumping., Our horse or youri Call for Professional, huntseat instruction FORDELIVERY
appointment 4e2-IS17 (fm-5t-163-p) bej odvjnced excellent
Choice Problems? Cheap Canoe Trips On the Suwannee, boarding stalls w- pasture 373.1059,
Ichetucknee,or Santa Fe River, Includes 466-3224 (m.l5t-154-p)
Career Counseling Workshop for canoe paddles, cooler lo Ice, pick up Horses Boorded-2 dressage rings-jumps- SERVICECALL
service' 'i day $5 00 full day $6.00 perperson large cool stalls-very dote lo wildl.fo
Students 25 and
older
Canoe outpost l. 935.1226 (m.5t. preserve-friendly, and quiet-$50mo. 481-
Aug 5& 6,7:30-10:00: : p.m. !159-p 1) 2026 much.!more ''n.2Ot.U3EL-) 3770901180SS.W.13th

Reitz Union 339Sponsored TYPING EDITING Theses, Dissertations. *
:$ r"r Term Papers, MA on English' IBM
by Office for Student }. Y. SelectriC 378-0547 (m.i.l59-p| )

Services, University Counseling Center f JOIN UF FLYING CLUB. h'l newlileorn lo ELECTRICAL OOOOOOH OCX3OOOOOOOOOOOOO
and Career. Planning&Placement flyl toll Bob W 9929 (m.i.l60-p' )
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Center. ELECTROLYSIS by appointment. Somee.enngl PROBLEMS?

s' Register In 129 Tigert Hall J.N Karp and, Registered week-end Electrologiit.available, Mrt Ph. e Generators ,

For information call 376-5673 (rn.IQ.16Q.plTwo ) e Starters \(\
large greenhouses, full healthy t\ "
392-1261 hanging baskets, reasonable, assorted e Alternators \
pot plants, bring this' ad for free starter <
cuttings Simpson's Greenhouse I 114 mi. FOREIGN CAR SERVICE t\\\
south of Newberry light' on route 41. (m.
9t.161.p) ALACHUA COUNTY

WIRED FOR SIGHT Generator Service
I I l "The Eyeglass Super Mart" SUMMER .
GOOD MAINTENANCE UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS 508 NW 8th Ave. ;L
300 SW 4th Ave 378.< (fr-152-c) 378-4011 SALE !

IS A RNE ARTOUR Bindery, unique service them (journal
and books personally named call
ENGLISH library and BINDERY for free '
estimates 373.6455-6 (m.19r-152-p) Needlework Sat. Aug.2 ONLY !

SCUBA CLASSES STARTING July 28. All Shoppe"
CRAFTSMEN scuba equipment provided. 4 open
water dives' Fun. safe classes
Crewel & Needlepoint Kits
,
Soles e Service e Repairs e Air Tom
Allen Co-h ost of Wild Kingdom.Alia n's
PERFORM PROMPT, Aquatic i Trail Center, Inc. 3448 W. 20% to 50% off
Umv' 373.9233 (m-fr.l54c) NOW LEASING

LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near UF 20 819 W. University (next to the Crafty Owl) 378- 5048
COMPETENT hours $70 Holt of our students' scored FOR FALL .
.ever 600 Course repeatable free 70 pt -
.mprovement. bv ''he second try or your eColor TV in every opt. .............
jney Dock Attend first class free no I.
SERVICE ibiigation, Call ((305)) 854.7466 (m-Ut. .Off* street parking Independent Florida Alligator
'58j elndtvidual bedrooms II
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GRE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF 18 eloundry facilities
FOR ""ours $35 course repealable tree Score Furnished CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN II
1000 By the second try or your money
eGos Grills
pock Call ((305)) 854.7466 (131-158-p)

MOTOROLAPAGERS HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY ePool CUSSIFICATION- = 30 III
AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL i.
ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS only 2 blocks to campus for sd1'e' I
LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL for rent i" a
-' Donald G Pratt Director 373.3059 (m-fr- I I
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By ROBERT KAPLAN of the second quarter. The I
program gives athletes every "We owe it to our r
Alligator Sports Writer matter is then brought to .the '
possible advantage .in their scholarship donaters and
attention of UF Athletic
students. We demand as
Rising costs and sliced Director Ray Graves. He has quest for academic advance."A .
much and sometimes more
athletic budgets are reasons the final decisionmakingpower. measure of a good
than is required of the
the Southeastern ConferenceSEC athletic program is producinga "
student, said
( ) has established a three Last year the UF athletic winner and the number of Graves.average

quarter 36 credit-hour or its department was told of a athletes who complete an
UF DOES not have an
equivalent for scholarship budget pinch on scholarshipmoney. academic program successfully athletic
athletes. Basketball programsat ," said Downing. help program as
highly developed as Kentucky's -
A decision by UF many schools are able to Kentucky has academic
but the has
basketball coach John Lotz to maintain themselves becauseof requirements similar to UF program
beneficial to almost all
remove Norman "Bruno" large seating facilities, but for scholarship athletes. Their proven UF athletes.
Caldwell from scholarship this is not the case with UF. new program tries to ensure
"Our is b
eligibility was an enforcementof TilE UNIVERSITY OF maintenance of bottom-line tutoring program
as good as in the coun-
a policy that most SEC KENTUCKY, which boastsan requirements. any
said Lotz.
coaches are obligated to 11,500 seat arena, has ASSISTANT COACH, Ray try The maintenance of

follow. developed a new type of Comunoley of the Universityof academic requirements is V
"" "IT'S NOT a steadfast athletic help model that Tennessee said, "We abide essential to UF's athletic --- ,, '- -'-
rule but he must have a good caters to the athletes by SEC rules. We have the

reason, such as an injury or academic advancement.A same academic requirementsyou program.

some other extenuating special academic group have at UF." "We're not a professionalteam .
circumstance," said Lotz. headed by Dr. Frank we're interested in the RAY GRAVES JOHN LOTZ

An athlete with an Downing was created to The Gator athletic program athlete's education first and final decision 'education first' .
y academic problem must increase the number of boasts a 75-80 per cent athlete his athletic ability second,"
inform Coach Lotz by the end athlete graduates. This graduation rate. said Lotz.



I''i Trivia Hall of Fame has illustrious membersDo I



the names Jonathan T. Zackary, Carroll Hardy or Ted Williams became the last major-leaguer to hit 400.
Tracey Stallard ring a bell? Williams is also the only one to get close in the last 35 years.

If they do, you are probably a baseaball trivia nut. Facts He hit .388 in 1957. L ROBERT KAPLANelite
from absurd to outlandish are often brought up on baseball 'The astonishing fact of Williams mark of.406 was that he
trivia talk.BACK went into the last of the season with a .401 average. The Sox

IN 1927, on September 30, Zackary threw a pitch had a doubleheader and Williams refused to ride the bench.

that Babe Ruth hit for his 60th home run. If.you got that WILLIAMS, MAYBE the greatest hitter of all-time, lashedout
right, give yourself 10 points. six hits in eight appearances at the plate. Earlier in his list.SANDY.
Tracey Stallard was the guy on the mound when Roger career Williams exhibited an amazing feat of bat control.A KOUFAXIed the NL in ER.A. for five consecutive
Mans clouted his 61st homer. If you got Stallard add 10' fan was heckling him endlessly for about five innings. seasons. No other pitcher in the history of the game can match

points, but a special bonus question is. who gave up Roger's Williams then fouled off six pitches in the fans immediate that feat. Koufax's greatness was personified in his last

bOth? If you guessed Milt Pappas, you're wrong. If you said vicinity. The last one was said to hit the man squarely on the season..He led the league in victories with 27, in E.R.A. with a
I Jack Fisher, a member of the "Baby Bird" pitching staff, add head. 1.73 mark and in strikeouts with 317. The last pitcher to
10 points, to your total. WHO WAS the last National Leaguer to break the .400 perform such a miracle was Hal Newhouser in 1945.

Here's one that always comes up in trivia conversation.Who barrier? Bill Terry of the New York Giants in 1930, he hit From 1962-65 Sandy Koufax can be truly regarded the
was on deck when Bobby Thompson hit the "Shot heard .401. "King of the Hill.. Many Juan Marichal fans might object,

round the world"? Hint: The year was 1951, his rookie- Records that endure through time are considered the best. but if there was one game to win and you had to put a pitcheron

4 !season. He batted .274 and hit 20 homers. and knocked in 77 Gehrig's playing in 2130 consecutive games. Dimaggio's 56- the mound Sandy Koufax would have to be your man.
runs. Willie Mays add five points. game hitting streak, and Hack Wilson's 190 RBI's are records 1968 was a year highlighted by Denny McClain's 31 vie

w THAT SAME year another incredible hitting feat was that may never be broken.
performed. What was it? During the '60's two pitching feats could be added to this See 'Trivia' (page 27)


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NOTE Ase Houston Texas the man who' perfected the elusive but Hobby Bonds. ,
Were'saying! ? l list Tuesday batted 1,000.
extremely difficult pitch curve BUT STONE loved the
before 'we were to..rudely It's true. On his first of- ball. The first time the right. burly slugger (in fact. their .' '
edited: the saga of the ficial Industrial League at handed Texas faced his first relationship was-the subject of MICHAEL SKINNER
Davenport (Iowa) Tube Sox is bat. Texas hit the ball
so far major-league curve ball more than one cynical Dick DON
a long and marginally interesting oil Waco Wetbacks'star! thrown in batting practice by Young column), and manager RADCLIFFE

one. Organized by righthander "Lefty" righty teammate Elton "Fast Duck Tape was happy to find
Biloxi barge magnate. Col. Izquicrda he was intentionallywalked Food" Shafer (so named a new wingman for his SPORTS EXCLUSIVE
Roland Stone. the Tube Sox for the remainder of because he had a little of a hat inevitable bar room brawls.He .
were recruited from all partsof his stint in that
league. When he had for lunch on every needed one too. The ..
this great land of ours by Houston was traded to the pitch). Texas hit the dirt and Tube Sox took hape. .and \ -

their fiery 'first and Donald"Duck" 'former 'I ube Sox. it looked as if he stayed there for several Tape I had to defend that pitchers in the bull pen so the "&?1$)+$J ," Tape
manager. \\awell his ? ex-
only
on way to minutes. bizarre in taverns from
who had shape colorful vocabulary: of the claimed. Marianas blushed\ !
Tape. spent
superstardom. Upon regaining consciousness Brownsville Station to Nova
of his Central Florida fans wouldnot for Ihe first time and a Tube
the better part major
and his feet he was Scotia.
former SUPERSTARDOMt noun come as a complete shockto Sock was made not born.
league life being a A heard \to mumble "Hooce. I Stone's next acquisitionwas rookies. Aided .
because of his condition in which an the Class AA by a pre-season prefrontal
manager athlete reckon he had somthin' on third-sack'er Trench found him
is paid an obscenely Stone and Tape lobotomy Marianas
for
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predilection appropriate that young ball: Two all beef Marianas. Trench had had
the four with the
violence. When we last left large sum of money to wear there commenting on spent years Sox.
pantyhose, use hair spray, patties. special sauce lettuce some great years in the major unusual parentage of a Twin's His best season was 1968.
had recruited
our heroes. they wear' underarm deoderant, cheese pickles onions and a leagues three. to be exact. hurler. The foul language was where he Jed the league in
most ot'the Tube Sox outfield. sesame seed bun.. At the zenith of his career,
shirts open to the waist, wear Muzak to Tape's ears he
including jaunty non-hitter Texas, with fire in his See 'Tube Sox'
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three to five pounds of jewelry eyes Marianas batted had found a kindred soul.
Dick Breath. fiery Latin Felix and retain the virility advanced on Shafer at the Winner of the Golden Glove (page 28)INTRAMURALS -14
Navidad. and the blind but
customarily associated with a mound everyone wondered tor two years. Marianas was
shifty Comet Kahoutek. All what the line drive in the
professional athlete.UNFORTUNATELY. young slugger was hit by a
Tape and Stone asked was an going to do to the mature second game of the 1962
uncompromising love for the the hurler. All he said though world series.

game of baseball and they got Texas Industrial League was was -"Doyou think on the MARIANAS STARTEDthe Interested in FREE bowling??!! Sign up now for mixed
that and more in the form of class TT ball and had not next pitch would you mind '63 !season. a new and doubles bowling. Competition will be in the form of scotch

holding the pickles and different man. He played doubles bowling where partners alternate balls. Deadline for
Trivia' / ..hold the lettuce?" spring training with his signing up is Thursday. July 31.
From
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tories. Many people forget that Bob Gibson's mark of a 1.12 fear of the curve ball. He did more than his share of Interested in FREE golf??!! Sign up now for the intramural
ER.A. established a new National League record. Gibson manage a respectable .288 errors before bowing out witha golf tournament. divisions for men and women. Green fees
broke Grover Cleveland Alexander's record of 1.22. set backin lifetime average when an distended ulna. Marianas will be paid for by intramural Department. Deadline for
1915. Gibson also recorded 13 shutouts. This places him opposing pitcher happened to took to wandering around the signing up is Tuesday August 5.
right. behind Alexander's mark of 16 set in 1916. hang a change-up and dugout asking for directionsand !
What record did Grover Cleveland 'Alexander set as a Houston got a hold of it. And spare change. The winner the Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament held
rookie? He won 28 games in 191, and no one since has come he did lead the league in Things went from bad to last weekend is the team of Monte Corse and Judy Moore. the
dose.If strikeouts four years running worse to Orlando.. where 2nd-place team. from the initial draw of 32 teams. is the team.
I you scored more than 80 points you're a cheater or you in the tradition of true Trench worked as a warm-up of Jerry Hemmert and Marty Todd.In .
have memorized the baseball encyclopedia. If you got about superstars such as Reggie haranguer for the Twins. It the final games of last weekends Marathon Softball
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Y reliever Trench finished his 'round the world. And neigh s
baseball career putting out boring planets. Located Upstairs At ..
1 tires, so to speak. The Tree was not onlyfamous !!!I!' 3411 W. University Ave. 1
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While visiting a bar in for his bat, he was 376-7423
1 Baton Rouge, where he had possibly even more popular
heard there were unparalleled lor his incredible fielding
t tights Tape tapped the next antics. Not only did Carpusnot Look Into the Air Force ROTC. And there are
"' future member of the Sox. wear a glove, he didn't GUITAR PROBLEMS? 4-year, 3-year, or 2-year programs to choose from.
;, When Tape tapped young need one. There \were several Whichever you select, you'll leave college with a commission
I Gulttane Nonox Nonox reasons for this: for one thing. THE SABINE STRING SHOP as an Air Force officer. With opportunities for a
whirled and beat Tape into Carpus couldn't catch. The ,' HAS The ANSWER.We position with responsibility..challenge..and,of course,
I unconsciousness. Tree !squandered all his offer expert repair and financial rewards and security.The .
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'. LIKE YOUR style, athletic ability on his for leadership
MI, you power renovation all fretted courses themselves prepare you
got a level !swing" Tape was hitting and never learned the on positions ahead. Positions as a member of an aircrew..
heard to joke. intricate art of putting on a instruments. Stop by and or as'a missile launch officer..positions using mathe.matlcs.
i "I. don't like jokes." said fielder's glove, Two. Carpus talk to our expert craftsmen ...sciences..engineering..
\ i Nonox and he floored Tape didn't want to catch. Taking about your instrument or Look out for yourself.Look into the Air Force ROTC
He a of obscure instrument.to-be.
!, 1 again. was as they say advantage an programs on campus.
natural lor the Sox. clause:! in the new Player's .
'. Nonox was all his manager Union Contract. Podo had a SaU'we
wanted a ballplayer to be. If lawyer with him at all times
A hit by a pitch. Nonox woulduse who advised him when to shift Siring SliPp
his God-given gift of Irom left to right, and when to
I blinding speed.to_run out and plead no lo contendre when a 311 N. MAIN 373-6396 Put it aN together h Air Force ROTC

nuke the guilty pitcher. If tagged ball looked like it was Lessons 3776396WOW'S .. __ .. -
y walked. Nonox would haul ass going all the way. P -
\ to First, spikes high to take At times the lawyer would,
out the first baseman. Nonox actually catch a fly ball, but
\ was famed throughout the the tees for this were exorbitant
ti league to pound out hits and the Tube Sox THE TIME TO' BUY
consistently, if not with sheer management was usually ,
!strength then by extortion ,'Ontentto watch Podo let the
NONOX AND manager ball roll to a halt then give it
Tape would invariably, be to a spectator to throw back
thrown out of the game t to the infield. Quality is higlu.Prioes are low.
around the second inning. BUT PODO'S laconic styleof
and they were' always seen speaking made his
sliding into the nearest bar, glovework look like sheer 1973 Cadillac Coupe de Vllle 2 dr HT. Catalina 4 dr Sedan
!swizzle !sticks ,high. magic. After a normal day at White blue with white leather Interior, 1971 Pontiac
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the four successful Beige over brown, extra clean, A-C.
The next player to join the plate AM-FM Stereo Tape, Cruise Control, tilt& telescopic I
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Gulftane Nonox' bat could be immortal interview to young 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 2 dr Coupe 1973 Olds Delta 88 4 dr Royale
:' considered a lethal weapon' Nat Newsleak of the Beige vinyl over cinnamon with beige Maroon with matching interior,
I then the enormous 45 inch 75 Davenport News-Misleader. vinyl interior. AM-FM stereo AT on-floor, R&H, AC, PS, PB
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1iJ'i 1963 season when his weapon There're all fat ones, Bob, uh $2695
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