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

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Some came at dawn at least one from as far as Michigan, ,:1 "" "
to sit all day in the sweltering Florida sun waiting for the ) ':' t >
stars. ", .u J.l"" ", "
A sprinkle of rain doused the 70,000 faithful who packed
! Jacksonville's Gator Bowl.Then an orchestrated fanfare from t /. .:;i.i, ,;\ .

huge speakers and the wait was over. Some had,waited for ,
nearly a decade.
Rolling '" Suddenly everyone sprang up clamoring to move in closer. ,
Out sauntered Keith Richard Charlie Watts Ron Wood Bill / r

Wyman, Bill Preston and Olhe E. Brown. ''
FINALLY in a burst of energy Mick Jagger leaped on the ;
stage and immediately; gyrated to the sound of"Honky Tonk

All thoughts of the day-long wait were forgotten as all ears '

. and eyes focused on the show. ..., '
And what a show. While the.band pounded out the .
familiar driving music, Jagger pranced back and forth intimidating
the'audience with his humping and grimacing.
LIKE a true queen of the Silver Dollar Saloon he,enticed
teased and taunted the audience with a shake of his finger or

a bump of his hip.; ,
The multitude was pleased as it followed suit in a mass
vibration of bodies. II I

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Quality of UF education DIAMONDSWATCH Try nt" DowntownCurly
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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI positions so it can pay its operating expenses, ORDER TODAY !
Alligator Staff WriterIt Bryan said, adding the reduction means
may come as no surprise to most higher student-faculty ratios and overcrowded
students but at least one administrator classrooms'for students.Approximately .
admits the quality of education at UF is 50 to 75 fewer faculty
suffering because of budget cutbacks. members will be teaching in the general
"One inescapable conclusion is that the education colleges this year, according to
quality of instructional programs (at UF) will Bryan. YOU MAY NOW ORDER
suffer some deterioration(this year)." becauseof General education colleges include all UF

a reduction in faculty and career service colleges except those that are agricultural or I ,
positions UF Vice President for Academic healthrelated.THIS YOUR
Affairs Robert Bryan said at an Academic FALL approximately 700 more
Deans meeting last week. students than last year will be admitted to UF
UF MUST REDUCE the number of such excluding University College. These
students must face reductions in UF employesand

operating funds, Bryan said adding he SHOP & BOOKSTORE
Charges droppedin was "heartbroken" at the poor quality of CAMPUS

education this fall.

Howard Although Bryan did not know the numberof
caseThe career service employes that would be

reduced this year, he did say the employeswere 1st TUESDAY
father of& 16-year-old youth paralyzedwhen important to a student's education.
he was shot by a Gainesville policeman Career service employes include people who
reacted bitterly Sunday to the news the work as computer programers, Bryan said, OF EACH MONTH
robbery charge against his son has been adding a reduction in computer programersmeans
dropped. a decrease in computer activity per
"He's not guilty," Ralph Howard of North formed in instructional resource programsthat
Miami said. "Wh) Joulun't the state attorney use computers to teach students.
drop the charge?" LAST FALL University College enrolled an

HOWARD SAID he will continue to press additional 600 students, Bryan said, adding if FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ,
the' lawsuit he filed against the City of UF "had had the proper' resources
Gainesville to recover damages for the (educational facilities and faculty) we could
shooting. have handled them (the additional 600 fresh- A HERFF-JONES

State Attorney Eugene T. Whitworth men.)"
Friday dismissed the charge against Edward Upper division colleges will be hit hardest
Mark Howard, who was accused of the Nov. because they must contend with some of the BE AT OUR MAIN STORE

29, 1974 robbery of a Gainesville conveniencestore. 600 students enrolled last year, and the 700
additional students admitted this year Bryan
Young Howard was shot in the Gainesville
said.UF TUEf. AUG.
Shopping Center parking lot two hours after "could get hurt" by scaring away
the robbery, as he fled police. students who would otherwise enroll at UF by
THE YOUTH is a permanent paraplegic.asa failing to attract financial support from
result of the shooting.In various areas he said. 9am worn

a written statement Whitworth ex- However, some good news looms on the
plained, "Because of the suffering the budget horizon.
defendant has gone through and the per- Summer enrollment figures this year showan
manent paralysis which he will have I am average student enrollment increase of 22

compelled to conclude that it would be a per cent over the past five summer quarters CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE
violation of my sense of justice if I'did not Bryan said, adding since UF is funded ac- .
exercise my power no matter how reluctantly cording to the total number of students
to dismiss the indictment in the interest of enrolled in all four quarters. it will receive
.in the Hub
justice." additional money from the Board of Regentsfor .
Both the grand jury and a police depart- the coming school year. lie
ment review board cleared Peter Fancher,the THE SUMMER ENROLLMENT this year
M-F 8-4:30: Closed Sat.Sun.
officer who shot Howard, of any charges of totaled 13,677 students compared with
wrongdoing. 11,207 last year Bryan said.


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. Th.Independent Florida Alllgotor,Tuetdo'y,August S, 1f73. Pag.3

I UF Chinese groups divided over issues I IBy

JOSE SARJEGO -1k ( ( (2L'1 C) '-4JJ Unity Group members also claim the
Alligator Staff Writer Q ) members of the other group file regular
reports on Chinese students with the Chinese
For months, a bitter conflict earmarked by; consulate in Atlanta. ,
suspicion, accusations. and occasional" Both the members of the Study Group and
violence, has been raging on campus, invisibleto the consulate in Atlanta emphatically denied
most students. any reports were being filed.
Most of the approximately 150 Nationalist Dr. Norman Markel, a speech professorand
Chinese citizens attending UF struggling faculty advisor for the Unity Group, saidif
through the same identity crisis which faces he receives any more reports of students
their island homeland. being spied upon by faculty members such as
Two,ideologically-opposed Chinese student f Li, he would take the matter before UFs
groups on campus are the main participantsin L u Professional Standards and Relations
the conflict. Commission.
wing China Study Group. The other is the which supervises teacher conduct. .
China Unity Group, which is left-wing and Li and other members of the Study Group
favors recombination with mainland China.So emphatically deny that there is any spying on
when Carma Hinton, Peking born ) c the Unity Group.
daughter of American author William "That isn't true at all" Li said. "Most of
Hinton, was to speak at the J. Wayne Reitz my time is spent in my office. We don't have
Union mainland China where she 21 "
on spent .any spying on campus at all.
years, apprehension was' in the air. Li said the only information which is sent to
"We expect trouble today," one student the consulate is a newsletter which is printedby

said.The the Study Group.
lecture had already been cancelledonce MARKEL AND OTHERS in the Unity
in a dispute between the two groups over Group also accuse the Study Group of interfering '
the ownership of the name China Study with the extension of passports,
Group. which necessary- for a Chinese student to
THE LEFTIST' GROUP claimed the other study in this country.
group stole the name China Study Group One student said because of his involvement
from them to cancel the program and confuse in the Michael Lindsay incident,
Chinese students about their political his passport renewal was delayed for three
orientation.The months.
leftist group was forced to change their After he was helped by Markel, the student
name to the "China Unity Group" to have the said he finally received his renewal, but only
program "because according to ,union rules, for six months.
two organizations cannot register the same MARKEL SAID THE USUAL extensionwas
name. for three or four years.
There had also been incidents of disruptionat Vice-consul George Shieh in Atlanta said
meetings of each group and they had come there were a lot of regulations concerning
to blows once when members of the Unity student's passports and that every student has
group tried to crash the meeting of the other different procedures for receiving a renewal.He .
group without paying a SI admission. also denied that regular reports are
THERE WAS ALSO AN INCIDENT at made to the consulate's office, but he did
the Taiwan exhibit during InternationalWeek admit receiving the Study Group's newsletter.He .
which is a week of activities put on by younger generation," the Encyclopedia AFTER THE INITIAL PROTEST sub said he had learned from that newsletterthat
foreign students at UF. Britannica says. "Dissatisfaction with the sided, the Study Group died out in 1973 the Unity Group had caused "a lot of
Unity Group members picketed the exhibit limited horizons of Formosa (Taiwan) is because of inaction by the members.But trouble" lately, and he accused them of being
carrying signs calling for the liberation of rampant and study in the U.S. became the in September 1974, the group was supported by the Communist delegation at
Taiwan and singing a song, "Liberate only means of escape." revived by its present members and printed a the U.N. '
Taiwan", which calls for revolution and is According to last years figures from the newsletter circulating information about THE LEADER OF THE UNITY GROUP
banned by the government, Shih-Yung Shiao, International Student Services office, there mainland China. denied the'charges. He said their funds come
a Study Group member, said. are 84 Chinese students registered at UF. "This makes the Kuomintang very fearful from sale of their newsletter and the $S
Both organizations are groups of Chinese But Kuang Pang Li, advisor to the Study ," he said. monthly fee of their members.
students from Taiwan attending school at UF, Group, estimates that there are currently And that is when the trouble began with the "Anybody who disagrees with them (the
but they are very much opposed ideologically. about 150. Chinese students attending UF. ,pro-government students on campus. government) they call communist," he said.
"It's an ideological problem," Bill Cross, EVEN IN THE US.,the protests againstthe When Carma Hinton was scheduled to Markel said the accusations were "Red
assistant union director said. totalitarian rule of Chiang Kai-Shek speak to the students in Chinese, the Unity Baiting" and designed to cloud the issue of
THE ISLAND OF TAIWAN., just off the continued.; Group expected members of the other group harassment by the Study Group.
coast of China, has been occupied by the In 1971, a Chinese student movement 'to disrupt that meeting. Members of the Study Group say they do
Nationalist government since 1949 when called the Tiaoyutai, swept the U.S. THERE WAS NO DISTURBANCE, but not oppose the Unity Group on an ideologicalbasis
Chiang Kal-Shek's Kuomintang army was The movement 'was a protest against the Unity Group members claim there are other but just "can't stand their tactics," as
defeated by the communist forces of Mao Tse- Taiwan government's apparent inaction when forms of harassment used by the Study Shiao said.
Tung and driven off the mainland. Chiang, former President Richard Nixon gave a small Group. "DIFFERENT PEOPLE HAVE different
who died earlier this year, became virtual island between Okinawa and Taiwan, which Most Unity Group members said their points of view," he said.
dictator of the island by proclaiming martial had been under American control since parents were being questioned back in But he objected to certain practices of the
law in anticipation of a communist invasion. WWII, to the Japanese. Taiwan for their son's'activities in the U.S. Unity Group, such as singing the "Liberate
Martial law is a code of rules used by the STUDENTS WERE ENRAGED and One said a security agent for the nationalist Taiwan" song during International Week.
military to suspend normal laws and give carried on demonstrations against the police came to his house in Taiwan in the "That's really treason," he said. "That
unlimited power to military leaders in time of Nationalist government for not vigorously early morning hours to question his parentsand means overthrow the' government. I come
protesting the transfer. tell them to tell the student to behave. from Taiwan and I support the government."
war.BUT DESPITE THE EBBING of the The movement was the impetus for the "My parents are quite anxious about this For their part, the Unity Group members
communist threat in recent years, Chiang's formation of the original China Study Group, because in Taiwan, nobody says anything bad say they are only trying to learn about the
Kuomintang party retains complete control of now the Unity Group, in 1971, its present about the government," he said. "You just do mainland.
the island. leader, who' prefers, ,to remain anonymous, what they tell you "WE ARE ,JUST TRYING to get 'information -
Some student groups have opposed the said.The "I JUST WANT TO KNOW what is about China,'" the: Unity Group
centralized rule openly both in Taiwan and lack of official protest from the Taiwan happening in mainland,China because that is leader said. He said the first time he saw
abroad. government was seen by students as a "sell our country" he continued.. "But they don't mainland China was when he witnessed
"Fierce impatience is evident in the out." he said. want us to know that." Nixon's trip to China in 1972,' on television.
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*"The Independent,florida Alligator,Tuesday August 5, 1975 I


Regents' legal expenses Welcome to


questioned by Melvin ,-::

While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:

SHOP and BOOKSTORE-located in the Hub. (see Con campus map.) We

c are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you,
By KEITH MOYER associate Paul Sansoucy, while payments to the student.
Alligator Staff Writer the two men have not always required
Collective has the BUTTON CITED cases where Ferguson ..
bargaining already cost ... ; "
Board of Regents more than $150,000 in legal spent $27 dollars for his lunch and $33 dollars ,;;,..:. < ,', m: : :
fees and at least one state legislator is for dinner. '. .
questioning the expense. The maximum daily expense allowance fora g .. .
The Regents have paid more than $150,000in state employee is $25. Button said. .. .#.,I :
legal expenses from August 19, 1974 to Bedell countered that there were vouchersfor ;. itf: 'it.
June JO, 1975 to two separate law firms for the expenses and added that they are $i '1'a:
their representation during the recent Florida being put "under the microscope" to look for r .t

Public Employees Relations Commission any unusual expenses. L' .
(PERC) faculty collective bargaining According to Button, the Regents set up an ivf.
hearings, Robert Button an aide to Rep. Jerry account: at Florida State University (FSU)
Melvin (D-Fort Walton Beach) said. with which to pay legal expenses. Button said
BUTTON, A STAFF ASSISTANT to the FSU Vice President of Administration '.. ,Y. LGir"aiu ( s.KIYA.411L .

House Committee on Retirement Personneland Homer Fisher, was unaware of the account. t. "" .:YAM w Y AA +Cvpr D
Claims of which Melvin is chairman, said Button said the Regents personnel office
the Regents have paid over $88,000 to the law acknowledged that there was such an ac
firm of Bond, Schoeneck and King Syracuse, count.
New York, during that period. The "It (setting up accounts at universities) is a
Tallahassee firm of Thompson Wadsworthand common practice Bedell said, pointing out
Messer was paid over $63,000. that universities sometimes have more .
Button said Melvin believes services "elaborate" accounting facilities than the .
comparable to those of the New York firm Regents' offices. .j'

could have been found within the state and at BUTTON SAID ANOTHER concern of .- .">.<, "'.'
lower prices. Melvin's was that the Regents had not drawnup ,
According: to Button,Tracy Ferguson of the a valid written agreement with the law firmin
New York firm is being paid $75 an hour for New York. Button said according to TEXTBOOKS NEW & USED a AROffTECrURE & ENGINEERING;
legal counsel. Ferguson, his firm was paid according to GYM OUTFITS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES'
Button said considerable expertise on labor "oral "
arrangements. .
law exists in the two state university law Bedell said an "oral contract is as bindingas
schools. a written contract.
DR. GEORGE BEDELL, director of the "It (an oral contract) may be legal, but it '. ATE LINE OF GENERAL ,. STUDY LAMPS

Regents' Personnel and Faculty Relations, certainty isn't very judicious," Button said. SUFPLJES' FOR YOUR PERSONAL' = SEAL PENNANTS AND
said because many law professors may be Bedell said Messer is the lead counsel forth NEEDS
involved with one of the faculty collective Regents during the PERC hearings, while
bargaining groups "it would be an intolerable Ferguson serves as an advisor to Messer's law
conflict of interest" for one of themto S' -
represent the Regents. during the PERC THE REGENTS will be L.lrF.
hearings. representing the public interest in collective
Button also said there is considerable bargaining matters, the best possible adviceon I
concern in Melvin's office because labor matters should be retained, Bedell :
Tallahassee lawyer Elliot Messer has been said. The Regents considered Ferguson to be "'' 'I. AH HtADiNii mitjhS REFERENC.'

paid$60 per hour as a labor lawyer yet admitshe one of the best labor lawyers in the country, 1 BOOKS + 1
does not consider himself a labor lawyer or he said. I A cr. .'
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Bedell said "excuses" did not need to be during the PERChearings, in order to make .,- H'if!);;.."..."1 .c..i.:
made about Messer. sure the wording of collective bargaining 1 e" ''
"HE'S A GOOD GENERAL practitioner guidelines was correct. .,, I ..Cy fr
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Bedell added that Messer's Tallahasseefirm can cost you millions of dollars(later) Bedelf jjJ, I...,
c..i1f SUPPlIES
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The Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday,Awgurt 3,1973,fog 5

Williams : Proper steps not taken in expulsionsBy I

'" LINDA WISNIEWSKI Although Upward Bound Director G.W Mingo admitted Upward Bound is a federal program designed to create
Alligator Staff Writer that the steps outined in the, Upward Bound policy manual learning opportunities for underprivileged high school
concerning expulsion were "not applied," he added "I just students.
Three Upward Bound student were dismissed from the took the action that I did take-I don't want to appear to bea The three youths were dismissed from the Upward Bound
program this month without following the proper expulsion dictator, but I'm doing all the things neccessary to make program on July 22 after they were arrested by the University
procedure, according to one of the program's administrators.The Upward Bound a decent and responsible program." Police Department (UPD) on suspicion of smoking
DURING THE UPWARD BOUND summer orientation in marijuana.UPD .
students were not placed probation as stipulated in June, students and parents were informed that if students RELEASED the three Upward Bound students to
the Upward Bound program handbook Savanah Williams, "got involved in drugs, alcohol, or violated the visitation Mingo in accordance with UF policy instead of charging them
president of the Upward Bound and Special Services Program policy (which prohibits visitation)" then students were with possession of marijuana UPD Capt. Vernon Holliman
Board said. "subject to be terminated from the program" Mingo said. said.Two
UF students who were also arrested with the three
youths were released to Director of Student Judicial Affairs
Rob Denson in accordance with UF policy, Holliman said.
Rape case spurs vigilantes' threatBy ANGRY PARENTS, the three youths themselves.
Williams, and other interested friends met with Mingo last
week to discuss the youth's expulsion..
WHELAN best our state attorney's office can offer an eleven year-old, we Williams said the parents were angry because Mingo had
Alligator Stuff Writer suggest that the community consider what treatment an adult "suspected" the juveniles of smoking marijuana before but
woman receives." did not tell the parents. "
An anonymous letter deposited last week at two local WOMEN ONLY HAVE LEGAL institutions to depend on The parents also questioned whether there was enough
newspapers, the Women's Health Center and the state at* for,help against rape crimes but, "these few crumbs have evidence to prove all three youths were smoking marijuana.ALL .
torney's office declared the inadequacy of legal institutions in seldom been effective" the letter contends. THREE YOUTHS deny smoking marijuana.One .
rape cases and threatened vigilante action. "The community's tolerance of the rapist is a measure of its mother who did not wish to be identified said Mingo
The letter stated, "As of Sunday,July 27, in the year of our attitude of loathing toward women," it continued.In told the parents that he "suspected" the students had been
Lord 1975,we have stopped turning the other cheek and haveno a seperate incident, black grafittl was scrawled on the smoking marijuana regularly before they were'arrested but
pity or regard for the welfare of the men of Gainesville who state attorney's office stating, "Be kind to 11-year-olds) "did not have time" to inform the parents.
commit violent crimes'upon women." W.A.R." "Mingo is getting paid to have time"the mother said.
THE LETTER WAS APPARENTLY a response to Eugene Whitworth, state attorney for the 8th Judicial MINGO DEFENDED his actions, saying; "I doubt the
Assistant State Attorney Ken Herbert's decision to in- District, said of the vandals,."I put them in the same class as people in the public school system would have told them (the
definitely postpone the trial of Billy Rollins who confessed to those who write on bathroom walls, W.A.R. or no W.A.R." parents) either."
the rape of an eleven-year-old girl. W.A.R.ARE THE INITIALS Women Against Rape, the He said he has"tightened up" discipline'at Upward Bound.
Herbert and'Gary Dunham. Rollin'=defender, decided not group identified on the letter. Women Against Rape is a since he was appointed director one year ago.
to exercise their right to force the unwilling rape victim to national women's organization with an office listed in Detroit, "Discipline (at Upward Bound) used to be lax. If students
testify. Instead they banished Rollins from the six-county, 8th Mich.No W.A.R. affiliate is listed in Gainesville. broke the rules nothing was done about it.'Now if students
Judicial Circuit. No other Gainesville women's organization claimed break the rules and are caught they know something will be
The letter, read in reference, the decision, "If this is the knowledge of the letter's author. done about it," Mingo said. 40 -

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sumption of alcohol and other drugs, by searching the con- spray, but the whole crowd loved it.
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beer the crowd remained rather subdued until the last with the confiscated commodities. the Devil"
the Stones. The searching grew lax as the day moved on and some The best was over and the worst yet to come a two-hour
jntrary to expectations. the presence of the 354 law enterprising concert-goers managed to sneak in several flasks wait to get out of the parking lot.
rcers was hardly felt. In fact the men in blue were not to mention uncounted bags.
:ie officer said "I don't care what you do once you get full by 10 a.m. gates of the Gator Bowl at 6 a.m.They mos to endure the 90>
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someone tries it, I'll get him first." fans mingled in the concession stands drank cola and next to their rock gurus.
?JACKSONVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT lived up to looked over Rolling Stones paraphenalia stands which
word and made few arrests. In fact many policemen offered such souvenirs as $5 T-shirts or S3 sunvisors, all ,
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The entrance of Rufus was quite a different story. Chaka ,
Khan, the lead singer. slinked on ,stage in an elaborate "
orange Indian headdress and risque jumpsuit. The crowds
response shot up the already dangerously hot stadium a few
degrees.The '
last warm-up act the J. Ceils Band. also received a
warm welcome.but what else.can one do when one can't leave
the premises?
.ONE of the most exciting things about their performancewas "Y N
the presence of beautiful Faye Dunaway at the back of
the stage. She was providing moral support for her husband
lead singer Peter Wolfe.
But as usual, the leading acts were rather inconsequential.The .
throng was saving up its energy for the Stones.
tot ;!7 Finally the time approached.Like ..
1 a godsend a delightful grey cloud about the size of the
-stadium bestowed its blessings upon the crowd.
MUSICALLY the Stones were superb. Ron Wood
executed some fast, clean licks as did Keith Richard. of
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steals the show. but the others are good enough to stand on
their own.
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Wednesday from Michigan "That's a nice thing to hear when you've
"I MISSED THE STONES when they just been left there" he said.

came to Detroit," he said, "so I decided to Simons said three of his friends also came
catch them before they left the U.S." down from Michigan to see the Stones, two ina
But Simons' sojourn did not go smoothly at car and one by plane.

first. "1 planned this trip from the very beginning
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eight-and-a-half hours, he said. "We were Jacksonville and I wasn't about to miss them
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Boiled crowA BATHWhatdoes

curious three-quarter page advertisement
appeared in the Alligator Thursday that somewhat

resembled boiled crow.

The memo-style notice was placed apparently as
: settlement of an unfair labor practice charge filed

against the Board of Regents by the United

Faculty of Florida.

The charge stemmed from a regents'memo sent

last quarter to five state universities stating that

department chairpersons could not participate in

collective bargaining and still maintain their

positions. r
The regents were banking on their contentionthat

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chairpersons were "managerial -===

employees," while the UFF saw it as a move to

interfere with the right of public empolyees to joinor

participate in collective bargaining groups.

Judging from Thursday's' advertisement the clean house haveto
UFF was right. The regents dutifully "clarified" a

their position and publicly ate crow.

The ad is particularly worthy of comment in do with being a true friend ?
light of recent disclosures that the regents have

spent more than $150,000 in legal fees since Women: Are you spending more than two hours a week on than I do. I mean they look so much nicer when you get done
August 1974 to have twp different law firms housework Do you feel ashamed if your kitchen reeks of cat with them!"

represent them in collective bargaining hearings.. piss? If the answer if yes. you need BAD HOUSEKEEPINGI! Come now.; One can scarcely be exclusive about dish

Of that amount, $63,000 went toaTallahasseelaw Let's face it. There are more important things in life than washing as an art. Point out that Beloved will soon be as goodas
firm that had no particular experience in labor shitwork. And it's about time that women started doing them! you are with a little experience under his belt
The next in this folie a' deux is that he will either (a) doa
law and $88,000 to a New York firm that the Besides "clean-Ism" is such a middle-class guilt trip. It's step
ask him do it (b)
each terrible job so you'll never to again or not
just another way society tries to turn women against
regents maintain have one of the best labor other. do it at all. In the case of(a), praise his terrible job. Now how
lawyers in the country.Dr. do you deal with (b)?
For example: Do you feel distressed when you lean on a
George Bedell, director of the regents' Per- friend's table and then,can't get your arm unstuck Does your
sonnel and Faculty Relations, said the Tallahasseefirm admiration for her begin to slip when you note ten bags of JANIS MARA
was retained because a Florida law firm was garbage in her kitchen swarming with flies?

needed to appear before the Public Employes Tsk,tskl! How bourgeois. I know it's somewhat awesome to OPINIONIt
realize friend has fruit in her
that factory
your a budding fly
Relations Commission. So while Florida lawyer
kitchen. But when you really think about it, what does this
collected $60 per hour to represent the regents have to do with her capacity to comfort you when you're is advisable to avoid nagging. It merely antagonizes him
before the PERC, the New York firm was getting upset, or her ability to produce term papers for you at the and increases your already skyrocketing frustration. No thereis
$75 'an hour to act as "legal counsel". drop of a hit of speed? only way to win this game and that's by refusing to play it.
All of which leads one to wonder how the And what about YOU? Certainly you have better things to He's trying to break down your resolve and force you to wash
do with your time than to sweep dead roaches under the rug. the dishes before they disintegrate.If .
regents have made such a tactical error over
the of However, if you are the type to gain satisfaction from a you give in at ,this point, all is lost. He'll realize that he
status with such
chairpersons expensive, clean house there are pitfalls in your path. Most clean freaks can get you to wash the dishes through these tactics and he'll
and largely out-of-state legal advice.At don't mind tidying up their own mess; but, understandably, use them again.
least one Florida legislator, Rep. Jerry they get frustrated when less scrupulous members of the Some hints on how to survive the waiting period: Use paper
Melvin is questioning the necessity of paying for household fail to do their part of the job. plates and cups. When people ask tactful questions like
these double services. Melvin maintains that Worse yet is when you are expected to keep the place clean "How can you live like this?" be sure and let them know "It's
comparable legal services could be found in simply because you are a woman. Some men seem to think HIS turn to do the dishes and it's taking him forever."
Florida at lower that women have a deep primeval urge to attack the ironing I know it's hard but it's the only way. This, also works with
rates. board as soon as they hear the gurgle of organ music announcing cleaning the bathroom and other jobs.. Another way to
Melvin suggests that considerable expertise on a soap opera. Sorta like the way Blacks. facilitate an.equal division of labor is to draw up a list of whois
labor law already exists in the two state universitylaw automatically begin to dance and say "Yassuh.It when those scheduled to do which job posted in an obvious place.All .
schools, while Bedell counters that to use law tom-toms start kerthumpin. Boomalay boomalay boom.In these hints are intended for the woman who genuinelycares
professors who may themselves be involved in this day and age, you usually don't have too much whether or not her house is a mess. Personally, I thinkwe
owe it to ourselves to let the whole Look, it
slide. at
trouble male
getting to that
collective bargaining, would be an "intolerable roommates agree they should
this way. If you keep your home nice all the time, it's just
help with the housework. The spirit (supposedly) is willing,
conflict of interest.
taken for granted. Your work isn't when it's
but the flesh is weak. Confronted with a simple task like
Bedell is right of course, but we find it hard to cleaning the bathroom men develop a list of excuses as longas done, but you do (usually) get criticism when it ISN'T done.In .
believe that nowhere: in Florida are there lawyers, a plumber's friend. contrast, if you're a slob, you get compliments when you

with labor law expertise comparable to the New The important thing to remember is that the excuses DO In clean your house up.
my her
my keeps eighth grade
York firm. follow .
usually fairly recognizable pattern.A Future Homemakers
Degree of Achievement over the sink as
If indeed it does not, that would seem to be a good example is that time-honored task, Washing The a kind of comic relief. Unfortunately it's usually concealed by
Dishes. The scenario is. roughly, as follows: the of
pretty sad commentary on the competence of pile dirty dishes.
Florida law schools. YOU: "Beloved, it's your turn to wash the dishes." One thing for sure we're in the running for the Bad.
BELOVED: "Cosh ma'am, you wash'em so much better Housekeeping Award of the Year
Melvin is
understandably upset over the,
Regents' exporting state money to New York

during a time of state recession. Considering that The Independent Ron Cunningham Tom Shroder
the State University System finds itself in the Editor-In-Chief News Editor

tightest money situation in years, we share his Florida Alligator

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The independent< Florida Alligator Tuesday.Avgu 5,, It75, rage f

I Taxes[ -by any definition it's slavery I

Let's indulge in some mental exercise for a tew minutes, continuation of slavery and theft on the part of the state: relations with the government as well as in indirect ones, suchas
beginning with a definition: outlaw the initiation force. is
through the economy. The resulting economic system
tax-a compulsory payment of a The introduction of the principle of non-initiation of force, known as the free market.
percentage of income property as the guiding principle of society would eliminate the: abusesof LET'S CLOSE with one last definition:
value sales price, etc., for the power on the part ot the state that now exist..both in direct libertarian-one who upholds the
support of a government. (Webster'sNew
principles of individual liberty;
World Dictionary 1966)) spec: one who upholds the principlesof
That is, by taxation the government takes of
away part your individual liberty of thought -
worth without your consent to support Itself.Doesn't DOUG HAZEN JR. and action. (Webster's Third NewInternational
it follow, since income is received in return for Dictionary 1968)
labor that in effect when the government confiscates
percentage of your income for itself, whatever portion of a l That is, one who believes, implicitly or explicitly in non-
initiation of force. The only alternative is slavery.
labor is
represented by that percentage is labor performed

involuntarily for the government? That is, the government, by
law (law which it made itself), forcibly acquires the use of part
of your labor.

LET'S LOOK at another definition:

servitude-compulsory)labor or service
for another; slavery. (Webster'sNew

World Dictionary, 1966:!)
It would seem, then, that one is performing servitude for
the extent that he is taxed; or, to put it another way:
Insofar as the product of nan's

labor is taken by the government, he

is, to that extent, performing non-
criminal servitude; i.e., !slavery.

Is the state truly engaged in slavery? Let's examine other

relationships of the government to the one governed. The

state has extensive control of your person-draft, jury duty
suicide laws euthanasia laws etc.-and of your property-

eminent domain, condemnation zoning and other propertyuse s
laws, laws regulating business transactions, etc. (A case
could be made for saying that because of government

regulations you do not actually own "your" property).
THESE TWO situations-control of person and of property. ..ANDTY'D

can be summed up as the control of liberty (though this seemsa Uva
contradiction in terms). Is this not the essence of the ,
relationship of a slaveholder to a slave?

But you may say a person does not have to work. True; he

can alwasy starve or go on welfare. Therefore the way to wr ww ABOUT A urns ll WE NO 10WER
l eliminate slavery once and for all is for everybody in the 'DfsCRIMIM aGAlO SIXH
country to starve or go on welfare. 'THINGS AND 5 All. I WAMf 7o FAIR ABOUT f1 ,SgZGEA YTI'Library

MOVING ON to a slightly different point of view, let us.
I repeat our earlier definition:

tax-a compulsory payment. for
loses to facilitv
the support of a government seatina I

EDITOR I would like to join Prof. Roy Craven in his NO MATTER what the legal niceties of bonds and budgets

. recent criticism of the precipitate effort on the part of the might be, it's going to be hard to explain how S14 million
Board of Regents and the UF administration to plan and from student fees and $7 million from private sources can be
t GUEST COLUMNIST enact a"Coliseum-Activities Center." While Prof. Craven was spent on a coliseum when the books students and scholars

; concerned that the fine and performing arts would probablyget need are not in the library. Maybe if the library were
the short end of the stick I've been puzzled by the amountof designated a "non-academic facility" it would get more

energy expended in trying to convince everybody that it's a ,JDO C1. .
good idea. But maybe it's not so puzzling, Arsen Ralph Papakhian
!I Compare this one: LAST SPRING the UF library committee issued a rather Assistant Librarian

; larceny-the unlawful taking away embarrassing report about the deteriorating conditions in the Catalog Dept.
j of another's property without his UF libraries. UF Presdlent Robert Q. Marston respondedwith

consent and with the intention:of a budgetary request for a special one-time allocation! of
,'" "! depraving him of it;theft.Webster's funds which would allow the library to catch up a bit in its Budget cuts hit
( New World Dictionary) support of the research needs of the faculty and student body.As .

it turns out, instead of a.special one-time allocation, the
The use of the adjective "unlawful"in the above definition normal acquisitions budget of about $700,000 for the coming students HardestEDITOR
implies that there arC times when one's property can legally be year was cut by over a fourth.I think the puzzle has been
taken away without his consent.
When can this be done? When it is done by the government solved. UF students are being cheated again, but so are
the faculty and in a general sense. UF as a whole.
of course. /
Repacements'questioned One of'the most distinguished faculty members of the
And why b it lawful ,for .the government to take propertylike
this when it is not l lawful.for anybody else to do so? College of Journalism and Communications had to leave
But because there was no room in the budget to keep him on.
Because the government says so. of course. by anybodyelse's
True,he hired interim basis and theCollege's
was on an two yean ago,
definition, it is theft.
So we find that the state is engaged'not only in slavery but administration expected to keep him. But two yean
is theft. EDITOR It has come.to method of replacement mightbe ago no one expected a hiring freeze. So he had to leave. And
also in something which, by any other name
'our attention that major to have the "runner.up"represent the students lost most.
Are we to condone this? Can we eliminate it?
attributes of issues such as funding, are the senator in his THE INSTRUCTOR who left is Charles L. Eberhardt.
IF WE analyze both of these interwining
both is that being voted on in the Student absence.IN Why was he such an asset to the students? Well, he was the
we see that one thing common to
government Government Senate by non- OTHER WORDS, use chief-Of-news for the Voice of America, which is an internationally
both are perpetrated by force. elected persons. In realizingthat those persons who had important job. (This Voice is to fair news
Most would that the use of force reply to
people agree there are pressing issues exhibited interest in student
initiation of reporting what Radio Free Europe is to Central Intelligence r
It is the
force is perhaps even necessary.
proper during our summer quarter government and had receiveda propaganda.
force which is wrong. We can now see how to eliminate the the meeting of the senate certain amount of student agency Eberhardt had also been a foreign correspondent for many

must go on. But what is of body support in the past years, so there was a lot of background experience and
more' importance; merely a election. knowledge to draw from. Anyone who was his student
The Independent quota of persons or informed How can a senate be an couldn't help but learn from him. (But it's funny to note that
representatives? elective body if its membersare with his impressive broadcasting background. the broad-

I Florida Alligator UNDERSTANDABLY, not required to be elected casting department never asked Eberhardt? over as a "guest
certain senators would be ? Our concern lies in the star".)
unable to attend a summer validity of uninformed and
AFTER ALMOST 30 years as a journalist Eberhardt still
Rick Ad.lmon Gory 8o'onoff/ quarter. But who is to replace unelected students voting and fresh
had a approach to his profession which many journalism
Sports Editor Asst. News Editor?.\ ,,4 a, them i if a quota truly is having a hand in major instructors have lost. Eberhardt remained an idealist. His

necessary? decisions, especially those enthusiasm spread to his students so that they wanted to do as
, Apparently the only criteria related to financial issues.
John Moron well as he did. That was a pretty big job.
for being a "sum erreplacement'
Photo Editor Eberhardt is teaching'journalism at New Mexico State
is to be chosen Lisa L. Parks 4 ASNancyJ.Schroeder4ED
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FRANK be ker than the area of oil production," any specific which total of f $$1.3 Shah added that there
Alligator Staff Writer groups,of five. Four of the would push the companies THE RESEARCH Applied Shah said a
studying wells form a square and the sol and toward the' Shah explained.He seemed interested in the National Need branch, of the million will be received over could be a two-thirds increasein
UF scientists are oil out of fifth well is drilled in the of efficiently wells' This '. added the' oil and project."Industry. j National Science Foundationhas the next five years from industry the United States yearly oil
;i..ylt } J ,; :i 'C.. '} methods of washing much the way oil center. prod tion be gradually chemical industires have been' will provide given a $$178.000. grant for d and the National supply if only 1 per cent df f the
: the ground of THE FOUR OUTER solo would until it itis very receptive to the groups $$500,000, over a five-year- the first 18 months of the Science Foundation com currently unavailable oil
and grime are washed out WELLS are production wells.. d d in strength research, but refused to name period," Shah said. project. bined. could be recovered.
laundry. is
dirty a water.
With the use of detergentsand They pump out oil and the $ said about a pound ofch f fIs
.. .rr .. other heavier-than-water center "injection" well pumpsin Is costing 51.50 would
solutions a research team water which helps to force be ed for each barrel of
headed by Dr. Dinesh O. oil toward the four outer of I1ced by this method.
Shah, associate professor of production wells. ARREL OF OIL -'INSIDE INFORMATION--
and The researchers propose $513 and is
chemical engineering c costs
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Robert D. Walker Jr.. petroleum cr to go up to
r t;. I t01{'1 L iVr r r; -- professor of chemical sulfonees) type solution be said that it would Editor's{ '. note; Inside Information Student Health Service.) palpitation, for which the the intake of carbohydratessugar What are .signs' of rheumatic
:' lr engineering,hopes to increaseoil pumped down the injectionwell tali ut three years to test Is a bimonthly physiclancan find no physicalcause ( and starches) or fever?
well productivity by 17 per after 30 per cent of the oil the ibility of the project. feature In''The Independent What are piychoiffoiatlc. or a disease, such as eliminating sugar in the diet Rheumatic fever may be
y''? R 1-_ I _-f cent. is drawn off. The amount of 7 reason for this," Shah Florida Alligator, providing illnesses? hypertension, asthma, ulcers, altogether does of course, hard to recognize. The signsare
___ SHAH SAID oil wells detergent solution would be es d, "is the solution' readers with authoritative "Psychosomatic" is derived certain skin diseases and reduce the need for insulin. like those of other
normally draw off 30 per cent determined mathematically.Shah on vet one foot per day Information on all aspects. of from the Greek words other disorders that are influenced Are there more heart attacks diseases. Fever and painful .
/ --zs of the underground''crude oil said petroleum th the rock and soil." personal health and policies "psyche," meaning "mind," to a large extent by among .smokers than. non- joints are one sign. A poor 1
and the other 70 per cent sulfbnees is produced from g started working in oil of the Student Health Service. and "soma", meaning emotional factors. .smokers? appetite, paleness, tirednessand j
remains trapped between crude oil and would mix with n in 1968. Bring your questions to room "body." A psychosomaticillness Why Is diet so Important In In a study of the smoking twitching in the arms and
rocks and sand. the underground crude and ''I ORIGINALLY 305 In the J. Wayne Reltz ,therefore, is any illness diabetes? habits of middle-aged men, legs may occur, too. "
"The detergent type would not harm the ecology. St ED to study the Union or the lobby of the that has been caused by a In every case of diabetes, observed over a number of' Is meat valuable only for a '
J solution will soften the oil and THE ''SECOND STEP of m in which oil spills Student Health Service. For combination of mental and dietary! regulations is the years, it was found that the source of protein? *"
Drawing b by; .Dinah. >.h. Q Shol h, will allow it to be drawn off,:"' the process would be to introduce c broken up and then I Ito further Information please physical factors. The illnesscan keystone of treatment, and is heart attack rate in heavy Meat is a source of B
I Shah said. a starch type to hat some of the same contact the Health Education be a complaint, such as a sometimes sufficient to cigarette smokers was twice as vitamins, iron and other
.. The biophysicist explained (polymer.) solution that would m s might be useful in Office In room 237 of the backache or heart control the disorder. Limiting high as in non-smokers. minerals, as well as protein.

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Mop-like coats

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Alligator JUDY Staff MOORE Writer .. -j

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A dog in sheep's clothing?
Hungarian shepherds hoped for exactly that for centuriesas .. ,.
they bred the large mop-like Komondor to mingle with the J r
flock and protect sheep from thieves and predators. _
Today, there are only six of the rare Hungarian dogs in
Florida. While considered too expensive to tend sheep, all of
them still possess the strong sense of devotion and protectionfor
master and property for which they were bred.
TWO OF-THE FLORIDA Komondorok(plural) belong to
UF post doctoral fellow Carrie Randall.
Randall imported six-year-old Bettyar from Hungary when
he was a puppy at a cost of $450 and recently bought three-
month-old Dania from an American breeder for $500.
Bettyar. a national champion, stands 28 inches high and
weighs 110 pounds. about average for a Komondor.
i THE HAIR OF THE KOMONDOROK begins to mat into
tassel-like cords when the dogs are about one year old, giving r
them a sheeplike appearance.Soon .
the dogs are peeking through tassels,covering their ,.. .. ...t--
ground.face and as they grow older, the body hair reaches the BETTYAR I

The puppy Dania still has soft fluffy hair while Bettyar's .a national champion
tassels are down around his ankles.
Randall said the dog's coats require very little care., thickly coated canines. Komondorok, they must be obedience trained.
"THEY DON'T NEED to be combed or brushed, and once "Actually their coat acts as' an insulator against both the "LIKE ANY LARGE DOG, if you want to have him in the
I their hair is corded,they don't shed. All we really have to do is heat and the cold. Bettyar has his own fan that he sits in front house he has to be trained. Komonodorok are very fast I
give them baths," she said. of all day so he stays cool that way," Randall) said. learners, but they can be stubborn. They aren't the dog for
The "un-Hungarian" Florida climate doesn't bother the Randall said that because of the exceptional size of the everyone, ,but we really enjoy them" she said.

I Incoming freshmen have record test scores IBy I

LINDA WISNIEWSKI 1 think it's (teaching intelligent students) going to be social science, he said.
AlUeatorStaffWrlter ," University College Dean Bob Burton Brown HOWEVER,the Graduate Record Examination scores for
this year's graduates were "not any higher" than last year's
This year's freshman class has the highest WORKED with gifted youngsters a good part of my scores, Bryan,said.
Twelfth Grade test score ever reported in UFs They're fun to work with although they're not always All students interested in entering graduate school must
The average test score for the fall freshman to work with. I'm looking forward to it it'll be a take the Graduate Record Examination test.
compared with 419 for last year's freshman ," Brown said. The average test score for new 1974 graduates was 536 on
President for Academic Affairs Robert fall."I score of 435 means the average fall freshman ranks in the verbal section and 580 on the quantitative section which
A perfect score on the test is 495. top 14 to 15 per cent of all Florida high school stuuents both measure aptitude on English mathematics and other
BRYAN TERMED the average test scores took the test UF Director of Admissions J.B. Parrish subjects, he said.Weekend.
freshman class "absolutely miraculous." .
The "very tight" enrollment liMit on the Florida Twelfth Grade Test:is given to all high school storms snuff
class enabled UF to be "more selective" in in public and private high schools.Parrish said.
man he said. test consists of five parts-one part tests the student's in
UF admitted 2.900 freshmen this fall, and the remaining four parts test the student's skill lights University CityBy
approsimately 3350 freshmen enrolled last areas of English, mathematics, natural science, and
LINDA WISNIEWSKI half hours before electricitywas
AffifatorStaffWriter restored he said.
i WHAT'S HAPPENING* "The worst lightning storm
Parts of Gainesville literally)) area in the 'United States is
"blacked out"' Sunday as Gainesville" Reilly said
By IIELEN WHELAN office, the state attorney's office, local law enforcement 'lightning 'hit, a' transformerand adding that Gainesville'saffinity
Alligator Staff Writer: ,agencies,'and two rehabilitated sex offenders. For further cut off electricity for for electricity was just"a
BUSINESS the Business Administration College Councilwill Information call 3921665. fact of nature." -
nearly two hours.
meet this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. in rOom 51 of Matherly. MASS SEATING FACILITY: Florida Blue Key will The transformer was hit by Gainesville certainly lived,
Hall. For further information call Gunter at'377.94.. seminar about the *
Gary sponsor a mass seating facility Wednesday lightning at approximately: 4 up to its reputation this
DIALOGUEiWRUFSDialogue"' show will be heard night at 7 p.m..in the ballroom of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. P.HK and caused: a "power weekend as winds as high as
tonight from 10:05 p.m. to midnight. ,State Rep.., Elaine Reservations and questions can be directed to'3921674.. interruption"i in northwestand '40 mph and rains nearly onenrid "
Gordon, D-Miami, will speak about ,rape. Further information DIVERS ;The movie "Treasure Salvors of the' Florida, southwest Gainesville. one-half inches deep
call Gary Gunter at 337-9964 Keys" will be shown tonight at 8 p.m. in the Sparrow's Nest Regional Utilities Assistant !buffeted. the city.
MEDITATION A free seminar on the meditation revealedby recreation ,hall at 601 SW 75th ,Street. Call George General I Manager Howard Saturday at 8 p.m:
Guru Maharaj Ji will be given tonight at 7:30 p.m. in room Ryschkewitsch at 372-0545. Reilly said. 'I lightning hit another, transformer
354 of the Holland Law Center. For further information call WRITERS Skit writers for Gator Growl should submit a that shut electricity: in
Greg or Chuck at 376-7495. sample of their material to rooms 312 or 313 of the J. Wayne ELECTRICITY WAS sections of "all four 'quartersof
RAPE PREVENTION A seminar. on rape prevention and Reitz Union., For more information call 3921661. RESTORED to the "bulk" of the city" Reilly said.
awareness will be conducted in room 363 of the J. Wayne CAREERS A career planning workshop for students over the areas within 15 to 20 REGIONAL UTILITIES
Reitz Union at 7 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. The Student 25 years of age will be held tonight and tomorrow from 7:30 minutes, althougb.apt crews worked from 8 p.m.
Government Office of Women's Affairs will host State Rep. p.m.to 10 p.m.'in room 339 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.' For proximately 12 customers until :4 a.m. restoring electricity
Elaine Gordon, representatives from the attorney general's more information call Lucille Cline at 3921261. waited as long as one and one- he said.

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'Petition to be filed in cheating investigationBy I

Although the original statute is seven months old, the First compelled to testify under penalty of contempt. Previous "
Staff Writer District Court of Appeals ruled the statute suspended while hearings relied on cooperation of witnesses for, evidence and '\'.
the Honor Court hearings were halted due to a legal suit convictions. ,'.. ',..
ourt officials intend to file a petition soon to extend which charged that Honor Court hearings were in violation of THE VALIDATION of oaths is one facet of the Honor \
Itly expired statute of limitations to facilitate in- Florida's "Government-in-the-Sunshine" law. Court's "grand jury" type proceedings initiated after a court
|ns into cheating violations in the UF College of The latest charges bring the total number of students injunction banning closed hearings was reversed.
according to Honor Court Chancellor Byron charged to "around 60" according to Student Body Vice
President Dan Lobeck. Blue Key Hosts ConferenceFlorida
n i said he expects the petition will be filed today or Petersen said six of the 11 students recently indicted had .
lay.Id been charged in previous hearings, but were released for lack Blue Key will ET. York's office.
the extension is necessary for investigations in- of evidence.OF sponsor a conference on UF's Warren Wilson of Blue Key
udents not in attendence during summer quarter. proposed mass seating facility said the purpose of the
tition will be filed with the Board of Masters toe THE OTHER FIVE STUDENTS recently indicted, Wednesday at 7 p.m in the J. gathering is to answer any
recently expired 60-day statute which in effect two were charged with perjury in addition to cheating Wayne Reitz Union ballroom. questions students may have
la close to Honor Court hearings. violations which according to Petersen could result in about the proposed facilityand
criminal prosecution in circuit court under Florida criminal Invited speakers include to present administratorswith
[ute says a student charged with any violation must statutes. UP President Robert Q. student response con-
|punished or exonerated within 60 days of the "With the administration of oaths validated by a notary Marston Board of Regents cerning the facility.
Tense. public prospective perjurers could be referred to the state member Jack McGriff of Students desiring to attend
1st recent statute expired July 30, bringing an end to circuit court for penalties up to 15 years," Petersen said. Gainesville, and a should contact Blue Key
[which recently brought charges against 11 studentsng Petersen said the Honor Court decided on the procedure representative from State before 4 p.m. today at 392-
violations. primarily because students called before the Grand Jury are University System Chancellor 1674.


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Wedding Bond t Engagement Ringt.Trodihenol 74 IMG MIDGET GOOD CON! $2,400 377. furnished house graduate upper division
PG or Contemporary designs' of 8437 (Q.4i.i64-p) moles I block campus $120.00 each
your choice Handmade for irvJividuoll:! Voice of. Music portable stereo with room 60.00 each additional person 12
2 who won! the bttl Original' work by the table-record storage rack $50 phone month ,lease 3764652 after 5pm' (b-Bt-
South'i leading Art..". Matter Gold 373-0878 after I 16?.p)
6pm. (o-2t-164)) The Magic Pantomlne
Smith and lopiditt Uncon.dolGuoran'.o. .
2:45 The Other .OZZIE By only /MUST SELL 71 Yamaha 250 $250, Civil Engineering' Student wants roomate Phil GoldbergPlus
4:50 appointment hutqurarna 250 dittbko, $800,chit atkintGretch for 2 bedroom house with, oc near of Bob A
7:5 Side of the .V33894_ (o-ietlMp) guitar $225 worth 350, call 378- Gainesville Mall for $60 and V> utilities an extra added
Mountain for tale )1971 mobile, home 12.44 2 9400 lorry do H now (o.2t.164-p) call Kim' 373-2046 (1b-7t.161.p) i
10:00 bedroom torn furniture a-t $1500 and Marl aw conditioner 8200 btu I lOv. $50 one bedroom apartment for rent now attraction:
PG take over payment call 377.3116 after Ironrite Ironer 1 lev$50 call 372-0294 ((0- clote to comput pool call university Mr. Bob Boscorelli
'5:30: (o.3t.162-p) 21.1 64-p) apartments at 376-6990 (1b-4I.'Up' )
time .
lOSPEED! by GITANE hat new point, furniture-dining room tet$35-livlng' 2 neat responsible 'females needed to a splendid
3 tubular tires, cablet, and best timplex room tet$65-2double beds $35 each thore very nice 3 br house in nw teclion guaranteed for all.
gars This bike, In top running thope chest of drowert$5-refrigerator$45 china only 5 blocks to law tchool $120 rntK +
2:30 From he terrifying $100 call Rick, 373-3988 5pm (o-5t.16-) "nocturne'-oll painting 373-4259 (a.2t164p 1-3 utll. Grad student preferred etp in
5:00 "It.II... conserve your dollars buy a dupl.. live ) law 373-1754 (b-6/.159.p) 2300 NW 6 St.
7:30 In one side and receive Income from the ROOMMATES WANTED! 4 BR, central t
10:00 other. wayne d. mown ( co, inc. realtor FOR RENTWanted heat < oir, 2 bloch from camput. 377-9890
JAWS 377-0789 ((0.31t.I.5)_ loMoncha Apartments, pool t gas grillt..
Mature Female, own room In 378-7274 (b-fr-160-e) .1 ra
for tale 67 BSA 630 cc lighteningcomplet.
i ..stock full I history good running, house avail now, only $46.25 + '/ uti!.
central air,washer dryer, N E, area. Gall WANTEDcouple
condition clean mud tell 790 or belt
Woody Allen oft 5:00: 376-7500 (b.2t-163-p)
offer 373-9637 375-0284 (a-5t.161.p)
*!? Diane Keaton HP.53 progromoble pocket calculator 2bdr. unfurn nw w-w carpet air hurry no to thor 2 bdrm.apt. I block from
Aoo adapter, all accettoriet, plus security last mo. Aug $160 Sept $190 security tigert au;. or tept tllO-mo( call dove
5:50 LOVE cradle Included $450 value for $75 378- $I&) pet, children ok suitable for :3 377-888? (c5t.l60-p)
7:40 S 8122 (o5t163-p) persons 376-8015 !'b.3t-l63-p) Need 3 girls to share 2 bdr. Apt on tw
Avoid the fall ruthl Hove your own room 34th it 55 mo and 50 dept. for at soon
':30 DEATH PG Recently" mode Available Sbrlba with In a beautiful house, available Aug I I. at possible call Evelyn 3734022 (c2t. IEyII
large yard, fenced low !Down Call Joe Prefer non-tmokert $85-95 ft share util. 163-p)
Crawford for a houle free tale 377-6789 Coll 373-3734. !David (b-4t.162.p)
W D. Mown co Realtor female roommate needed Point West
14 rooms graduate, upper division, males $100 + utilities for own BR pool laundry
12.65 2BR Mobile homejenlrol air, 2 blocks campus kitchen telephone |loc central heat 8 oc call Marlene (days 1-4
wather, dryer, shod unfurn. Brown
central' heat washer $120 'Includes or anytime) :373-0500 (c.5t.1 I67p)
Trailer Park 373-7991 ovble fall. qtr.! utilities, yr lease 378-8812 (b-Bt.162-p)
$5200. (o-5t-162.p) Female Roomate for 3 bed 2 bath opt In
low table Beautiful, rustic redwood with 3 bedroom, apartment graduate upperdivinon oak forest rent $95 ma + 1-3 util
NOW PLAYINGTHROUGH males 1 block campus $300 3
all wood pigs No screws Dk antique, occupants 5000 additional, person 12 poolside lighted tennis en Available
THURSDAY cherry glow finish. 45".45".19", $85. month 1 leote 3764652 after 5pm (b-flt- now call.373-7177, Marti reduced oU;.
375-0282 aft 5:30 rent (c-4t 161-p)
ONLY 1.50 : (o-5M60-p) 162 p)
GOLD! t SILVER Tbp price paid for clan\
WOMETCO TWIN STAR rings, old (ewelry, etc confidential., Call
"A FILM OF i S FRIDAY OZZIE 373-3894 (c.IIIf.I5J.p) ..

AUGUST 8 me t my friend the cot need room In
EXHILARATINGBEAUTY. N.W. 13th STREET and23rclIOULEVARD home (or even |lUll me.) need within
2:25 4:20 6:10 :00 '150 bike to comput. prefer for tept Coll
Carrie, 372-8779 (c-3t.164-p)
EXTRAVAGANTLY Bobby has a 1 or 2 females to occupy matter bdrm in -
3 bdrm Oak Fore. apt for fall $75 + V : fcvJl
FUNNY.'Amarcord' 68 Camaro. Rose util. luxury! but to campus pool tennis .
has a five yearoldkid. call loud 373-5737 (3t-164-p) -

Female Roomate (nonsmoker) own
On their first room t both,deluxe mobile home,close
may possiblybe to campus, pool, tennis, cent a-ctht, -
date, they became turn, stereo, color-tv: call kathy 373- I
Federico lovers and fugitives. 5634. (e-2M64-p)
Roomote needed for august and fall
Fellini's mostmarvelous
quarter 4bedroom townhouse 6875 for
film." V august and 8500( for fall quarter V4
utilities pool tennis call 3784489 (c-2l-
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radio, excellent condition, $880 power, call .Writ' to Boho'l Association Room 300 Reword offered for lOll cot. White with
39_?- 7U Joe ((0.3'-163-p) Rill, Union UP for free introductory blue yra, Part Siamese, with block rings 372-6511 Generator Service
pamphlet on Boha'l Faith (Q-fr-160-c) on tall,no collar Call 377-4688 he needs
37709921062STREIT'S fORD GRAN TORINO WAGON 1973 hit pills. (I I-3M64-0)) Sec us for your printing needs 508 NW 8th Ave.
Super clean KARATI LESSONS Resumes
with many extras Must Sell! Brochures w.' tterl
Coli priced at only' Small claim $25 per man. lost: yellow tiger-striped kitten, Tues. 378-4011
$2500. (afr.i6"y) 1215 NW SIN Ave (off 13th 511) Mon thru July 29, between the ASS and the
Sot even 7 to 9 378.7131 (-l7M54.p| ) Rathskeller. Please call 392-6044 or
Must Sell return to the girls of Buckman E. (l-lt-.
1971 feature
Peugeot 304. benefit
4-speed, trlendshlp-free I yr. 164-p)
good condition, excellent 378- mole leopard hound, make yourself sssatstaesstw
mpg. a lost precious old feeble mole chihuahuadog
7680. (g 4t 162-p) dedicated friend .
Schwinn come meet Colorado
Cyclery ton with white on face. Missing
call Potty 373-3750 evenlnptSM3Qp(| ) since July 28.If Information call brannen
Sales& Service
on MUM tell 1966 opel kodetle recently Pregnant t need help? WE CARE call 392-1241 or 372-1131,931 N.W.9th oveMt164t .
All makes of bikes overhauled engine excellent condition Birthright 377-4947 (.9i.l63-p| ) ( )
$400 ph 378-3244 Jerry (g-5M6I-OI) SHARE a 2 br HOUSE with one other Reword offered for return of portable
person NE location typewriter left in parking lot behind Rolf '
near DUCK POND Suggested Rettraniportotio POt pkitBN.es
waterbed OK Hall Monday 721. Please call 373-0390
tarry no dogs or call bring
: tu; 'nEEfYHOLlOW your plants o-c If you like 37144442t(| after 6pm (fr-162-p I ) Case *rr, I
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RIDINGAeADEM fHU."t SAMMIE Of LONDON.Have hair theppard mix; no tall; answers to'tomlOn' Photography
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suit your personality. 377.2643716 W. s BROWNTYPEWRITER
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Day 24 communication
center' ot Motherly to 271.0700
313.0.$9'- OJ! 3224' Self hypnosis, lure to Mop you. Lose ,identify (11.31.162-ncl I ) at N.Main
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Theodore Rein 372-7006 after 5 p.m. Jilt I- Found: female blond terrier near Perry
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE I III remodeled&reopened "the, wash tub" SERVICESTwo ..'
dry fold .....lcI'w.'" do your wash 25c

I Mwai ANALYSIS WITHEACH I I per pound 8m-midnite; everyday (I.7t-j large greenhouses, full healthy
II I TUNE-UP '164-p)_ hanging baskets, reasonable, assortedpot PROBLEMS?
I Sorewide Sole, Thun. thru Sot. IUpercent plants, bring this ad for free lIortercUIIng.
I "$2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 I .50 percent off Allen' Aquaticand Slmpton't Greenhouse IVi mi. 1 the
----------------------- Trail Center 3448 W. Univ.Ave 373- south of Newberry light on route 41. (m- We've got all answers

----------------------- 9233 Mon-Fri. 10-7 Sot 97ltl64t| ) 9M61-P) SalesServiceSuppliesLease
last summer you hod no choice. Now WIRED FOR SIGHT
CALCULUSMADE / Gymnoi Health Club, Inc. offer an "The Eyeglass Super Mart"
/ alternative.Swim,sun,play in the nude. UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
You may never wear a bathing suit ,300 SW 4th Ave 378-440 ASSOCIATEDBIJSINESS
EASY again, because freedom .It habit for. (m-lr-152-) SYSTEMS
fmng call 377-5262 ((1.lt.I64-91) SCUBA CUSSES STARTING July 28. All

by Sllvonut( P. Thompson, F.R.S. hayfever sufferers are needed for a tcuba equipment provided. 4 open 724 N. Main 373-3359
A brief drug trial. generous monetary water dive Fun, safe do netSolee .
/ supplementary text Incentives call 377.2599 any day after Service eRepain* Air Tom
designed to deliver you / 6.00. ((1-21-164-p) Allen,Co-h all of Wild Kingdom Alto n'.
/ Aquatic t Trail Center, Inc. 3448 W. NOTICEIn
from the musicians) want la
/ preliminary tingertl magiclantl Unlv' 373-9233. (m-fr-154-c)
perform? now' second annual coffeehouse
terrors of order to maintain an atmosphere of
/ I It coming. tryouts on august 7, LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near UF 20
/ and the Integral room 874 |wry at 7:302tl64c(| )__ hour, $70. Half of our students. cored believability and reliance on advertising featured
over 600.Course repeatable free. 70 pi. in the Independent Florida Alligator we Invite
/ our
/ Calculus. Bookpocks, hiking shorts, ponchos.whitetiag improvement by the second try or your
/ ---------------------- speedo swim wits, bugprooftents. money bock. Attend first class free no readers to contact us when, in their ,opinion
Allan'i Aquatic: 4 Trail Center. obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466 (m-13t- advertisers' claims published in the IFA have
Send $3.95 plus .40 postage & tax 3448 W. Univ 373-9233 (j-fr-IH-Q) 158-p) e
to Prof..... / proved false or misleading.The .
: Asaoclotos P.O. Box I 14562 Wedding Invitation from $1140 per GRE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF 18 IFA will resolve
University Station Gainesville. Honda 100. Two week delivery. Hundred of hours $35 course repeatable free Scar attempt complaints
ttylet Cliff Hall Printing. 1103 N. Main 1000 by the second try or your money where possible, by offering to bring advertiserand
NAME / 3769951 !(1| fr52-c) bock. Coll ((305)) 854-7466 (m-13M58-p! ) complainant together to discuss the com-

laundry service' let ut wash, dry, told HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY plaint. Where this Is not possible or where the
ADDRESS your laundry. 24 pound include free AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL, outcome is not satisfactory the IFA will Investigate -
/ delivery lave on dry cleaning too. ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
/ MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT Merge Loundrymot and Drycleonert 2108) LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL to determine whether its Advertising
--- .. .! SA71SRED-1 SW I3th. St. (i-IOt-156-p)1COED' Donald G. Pratt,Director 373-3059 (mfr.l43.pt Acceptability Standards are being violated.

facial hair removed per.
monently Call Edmund Dwyer SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE Farm riding I
electrologlst over 20 year experience.: academy I boarding tlablet. I
@ Coll 372-8039 (j-fr-152-t) Professional huntieot instruction ALLY UCANEAT

1 ,) i 1 ,{ ( I 1 nn2for1 r }; "466-3724 boarding beg.. Here-(m-15M54-p Mall- advanced w- pasture) excellent 379-1059, I 4PM-IOPM ".

37 year of experience plus| thorough and II CHICKEN, FRENCH FRIES,
extensive home study material providethe
beet dollar value for BAT end MCAT I ; A% .COLE'SlAW ROLLS 4?;
prep course:. Small done' available
on tape at you convenience. Call 377- Q"
'1420. (m-6t-I64-9)) I FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS i

Save $>>S30 a month 1fttrG.llPOItotlon. HORSES BOARDED: belt feed t core. '2.-
Buy one get Uv:.only.1 j Informal, friendly. Only 6 ml from UF.
Large oll-S75, Pall"",. $a 3764719. :f
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bedrooms} Group: trip to Nassau < freeport on the I SERv.lCE"CALl3770901
.laundry facilities Ffavio boat'leaving August 25 returning)
August 30 matt thru. frI. $190 Include t .
Furnished everything call Sonia. 376-1661 (nv3f- ij ..
Pizza Cos Grills 164-9t ,

e. inn. elargePoo Former NY tecy, available full-time for II -1805 S.W.13th _

With this coupon, buy any Now leasing. for fall thesis. & dissertation typing. Barbara ,
giant.large or medium pizza 9Vt t U months !..*.*{ Coo um 373-4363 (m-At-I64-9)) I

at regular price and receive ovollablo OffIce open J -" _':L"'f" "' ___! __
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4:30 Bit* i iTONITE

PC Wedding bands A Engagement Rin;.. 74 AAG MIDGET GOOD COND.52,< Traditional or Contemporary designs of 8437 (Q.4M64-P) moles I block compul SI2000 each
your choice) Handmade for- Individual Voice of. Music portable stereo with room 60.00 each additional person 12
who wont the bed work by the after b-Bt-
2 Original table-record storage rock. $50 phone month lease 3764652 5pm' (
South' leading A","'. Metier Gold 162-p)
373-0878 after 6pm (a-2t-164-p) The Magic Pantomlne
Smith and Uncondilienal
j4J The Other Guarantee OZZIE lopidnt. MUST SELL 71 Yamaha 250 $250 Civil Engineering Student want roomate Phil
By appointment only of Bob ft GoldbergPlus
for 2 bedroom house with oe near
::g Side of theMountain .!]-3B94. (o-18t-l53p) Gretch riusqurorna guitar 250$225 dlrtblke worth$800 350 chef,: coil otkini 378- Gainesville Mall for $60 and Vt utllilieitoll an extra added

10:00 for sale 1971) mobile home 1244 2 9400 lorry, do It now ((0.21.164-p) Kim 373-2046 (b-7t-161-L) )
bedroom tome furniture a-c: $1900 and sears air conditioner 8200 btu I 110"0 one bedroom apartment for rent now. :
PG lake over payments call 377.3116 after Ironrite Ironer l 110v$50 call 372-0294 (a3M64p dote to campul pool. call University Mr. Bob Boscarelll
'5:30: (o-3t-l62-p) ) apartment at 376-8990 (b-4l-164-p)
splendid time .
IOSPEED by GITANE has new paint, 2 neat responsible Females needed to
room tet$35-llvlng
3 tubular tires, cables, and best simplex room set$65-2double beds $35 eoch-2 share very nice 3 br house In nw section. guaranteed for all.
gears This bike In lop runnmg shape chest of drawers$5-refrlgerator$45 chino only 5 block to low school. $120 mth +
2:30 From the terrifying $100 call Rick 373-5985Spm (o-5M62-c<) "nocturne"-oll painting 373-4259 (a2l164 1.3 util Grod student preferred. etp. in

5:00 bestseller conterve your dollars buy a duplex, liveIn >) low 373-1754 (b-6t-159-p) 2300 NW 6 St.
7:30 one side and receive Income from the ROOMMATES WANTED, 4 BR. central r
10:00 other, wayne d. mason ft co., Inc. realtor FOR RENT that < air, 2 blocks from campus. 377.9890a'IEy
JAWS 377-6769 (o-37t-132-p))_ loMoncho Apartment, pool ft got grilli
lor sole 67 BSA 630 cc lightening Wanted Mature Female, own room In 378-7224. (b-fr-160-t)
Hock full I house avail now, only $46.25 + Vi will,
complete history good running
4 condition clean must tell 750 or best central air washer dryer, N.E, area. Call WANTEDcouple
Woody Allen oft. 5:00: 376-7500 (b-2M63-p)
offer 3729837 375-0284 (o-5t.16l-p)
2:10 Diane Keaton HP-55 programable pocket calculator 2bdr. unfurn nw w-w carpet air hurry no there 2 bdrm.opt. I block from
Aoo adapter all accessories plus security last mo. Aug $160 sept $190 security tlgert au;. or tept $110-mo. call dave
Sao LOVE cradle Included. $450 value for $75 378- $150 pets, children ok suitable for 3 377-688 c-3t.l60.p)
7.0 & I 8172 (o-it-163-p) persons 376-8015 t b-3t-163-p-) Need 3 girls to hare 2 bdr. Apt. on iw
t Avoid the fall rush! Have your own roomin 34th it. S3 mo. and 50 dept. for at lOon I
':30 DEATH PG Recently mode Available 3brlbo with a beautiful house, available Aug 1. 01 potuble., call Evelyn 3734022 (c-2i-
large yard, fenced low Down Call Joe Prefer non-smokers. $85-95 share util 163-p)
Crawford for a hassle free sale 377-6789 Call 373.3734. David. (b-4l-62-p! )
W D. Mason co Realtor (o-2l-163-p) Female roommate needed Point West
14 rooms graduate, upper division males $100 + utilities for own BR. pool laundry
12x65 28R Mobile homtwentral: air', 2 blocks campus kitchen telephone joe central heat t oc call Marlene (days I."
washer, dryer shed, unfurn. Brown's
central heat washer $120 Includes
or anytime) 373-0500 (c-5t.lt2-p' )
Trailer Pork 373-7991 avble fall qtr. utilities yr lease 378-8812 (b-8t-162-p)
$5300 (a-51.162-p) Female Roomate for 3 bed 2 bath apt. In
3 bedroom graduate
low table Beautiful rustic redwood with apartment upper oak forest rent $95 mo.f 1-3 utilpoolnde
NOW PLAYINGTHROUGH division males 1 block campus $300. 3
all wood No Ok lighted tennis ctt. Availablenow
pegs. screws" antique occupants 50.00 additional' 12
THURSDAY cherry gloss finish. 45" 45"x19", $85. month lease 3764652 after 5pm (b-8t- call 373-7177, Marti reduced aug. i
ONLY 1.50 3754)282) oft 5:30: (o-St-loO-p 1 ) 162-p) rent (e-4l-l61-p)

GOLD t SILVER tbp price paid for clot i"
WOMKTCO TWINPLAZAO rings, old jewelry, etc confidential. Call
"A FILM OF ( 1 STARTS FRIDAY OZZIE 373-3894 (c-18M53-p) -

AUGUST 8 me i my friend the cat need room In
EXHILARATINGBEAUTY. NW. 13th STREET and! house (or even |just me.) need within
23rd BOULEVARD '2:25: 4:20 6:10 8:00 ':50 bike to campus. prefer for tept. Coll
Corrie 372-8779 (e-3t-164-p)

EXTRAVAGANTLY Bobby has a I or 2 females to occupy matter' bdrm In
3 bdrm Oak Fore opt for fall $75 + %
FUNNY.'Amarcord'. 68 Camaro. Rose "Mil. luxury! bus to campul pool tennis
has a five yearoldkid. call lourl 373-5737 (c-3t-64-p! )

Female Roomote (nonsmoker) own.room .
On their first A both,deluxe mobile home, close ,
may possiblybe date became to campus: pool, tennis, cent a-<&lIt, :
they fury stereo, color-tv call kathy 373- '
Federico lovers and fugitives. 5634. (c-2t-164-p) .
Aoomate needed for august and fall
Fellini's mostmarvelous
quarter 4bedroom townhouse 6875 for ,
film." L. august and 8500 for fall quarter Vtulilitiet '
pool tennis call 378-6489 (c-2l-
-Vincent Canby 164-p)

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,Models wanted photo advertising t
glamour figure, full or pot-time paid kef
> FEIb.lNlS training. Phone Images Silver Sprlngi
PiMurtioflol 236-2654 after 4:00: (.e-2t-163-c)

urgently needed: experienced key
punch operator who ll not presently
employed by U. please call 3924373
r leave name and number21.163p( )

female student to live In and help care
for my 2 daughter In mornings moitly.
Call 378-9< 1500 NW I2rt W-4 G'ville (e-2t-l64-p)


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!:: Chinese Peacock Parlor as our expert chefs from Taiwan prepare t I -_

oriental delicacies such as Moo Shu Pork or Polynesian Lobster Flambe : I1i11liiiii"Y

for your culinary delight and pleasure., bpr BNtnp IRO.100Is ;
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1969 buick lotabre,olr, auto-all power to Baho'i Association offered for lost
Room 300 cot While with Service
radio, excellent condition, $880 call Rail' Union UF for free introductory blue eye, Port Siamese with block rings 3726511Set Generator
392-6712 Jo.
(g.Sf.I63.p) pamphlet on Boho'l Faith (j-ff-160-t) on tall, no collar Call 377-4688 he need). us for your printing needs I 508 NW 8th Ave.
317.0992-1062 1973 KARATE LESSONS his pills (l3Me4.ptlost ) Resumes Brochures Newsletters
Super clean with many extras MuM Sell!
Call 376-5012 Small classes 825 per man. : yellow tiger-striped kitten, Twos 3784011
specially priced at only July 29. between the. ASS and thi.
HMO (g-fr-163-p) 1215 NW 5th Avt. (off 13th St) Mon thru --
Sat. even 7 to 9 3787131l7l.l54.p(| ) Rathskeller. Please call 392-6046 a
return to the. girls of Buckman E. (!I..)":
STREIT'SSchwinn Mutt Sell 1971 Peugeot 304 4-ipeed. feature benefit frlendthip-free | yr. I***)
good condition, excellent mpg. 373. mole leopard hound make yourself a lost precious old feeble male chlhuahu
7680 (g.4t.162.p| ) dedicated friend com meet Colorado dog ton with white on face. Missin
Cyclery call Potty 373.3750 evening5t150p| ) since July 28.if Information call branne 't1.E ej
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& Service 392-1241 or 372-1331,931 N.W.9th ave. wa wRo ba1'oo'A D
on MuM tell 1966 opel kodette recently Pregnant i need help? WE CARE call
All makes of bikes overhauled engine excellent condition Birthright 377-4947 (|.O-l63.p) (MM644):)
HOD ph 378-3J44 Jerry (g-V-161-p) SHARE a 2 br HOUSE with one other Reword offered for return of portablt
typewriter left In parking lot behind Rol .
NE location DUCK
person. near POND
Hall Monday 721. Please call 373-OW
waterbed' OK lorry no dogs or call bring tiansportatio" taxosiltolers
after Case s+
6pm (
cJU): SLEEPY HOUOW your plant oIf you like 37544442t(| r.w prep
.. '63-P) LOST DOG:tin city area;tongoldcollietheppard Promotional
''RIDING-.A EMHutUSeo' mix; no tail; answer 10 Photography
SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair style 'tamton'; need medication REWARD-
to lull your personality 377-2643 716 W. call 3711-377I-St-1162-p( |
University' Ave (|I.fr.I!53-c1) WW1 31h
e BQ rdit'lQ Found sunglasses near Motherly Hall 7
1 Service Loll DON'T SMOKE YOUR HEALTH AWAYI 24 communication center at Motherly 10 378.8700
Day 313.10$9 or 46 32141l:00pN Self hypnosis lure to Hop you. Lose identify ((1-31-162-nc) 31 N,Main
377-BIKE weight too. Private appointmentTheodore ,
Found female blond terrier
Rent 372.7008 after Spm. ((1- near
field. 378 3153 John
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dry fold tervice-we'll do your wash 25c

I FRiJ ANALYSIS WITH EACH per pound 8m-midnll; everyday (j-71-' large greenhouses, full healthy
[ TUNE-UP I II I 164-p) hanging baskets, reasonable, audited ?

I I II Statewide Sole, Thun. thru Sot. IU pot' plants, bring this ad for free starter '
I 19$2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-U47 I percenl-SO' percent off Allen' Aquatic cutting Simpson' Greenhouse I IVi mi. We've got all the answers
and Trail Center 3448 W. Univ. Ave. 373- south of Newberry light on route 41. (m-
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CALCULUSMADE Gymnot Health Club, Inc. offer an "The Eyeglass Super Mart"
alternative.Swim sun,ploy in the. nude. UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
You may never wear a bathing toll ,300 SW 4th Ave. 378-44PO r ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
EASYby again, because freedom ,i Is habit forming (m-fr.lM-c) SYSTEMS
call 3775262IM44p(| ) SCUBA CLASSES STARTING July 28.: All

Stlvonus P. Thompson, F.R.S. hayfever sufferers are needed for a Kwbo equipment provided. 4 open 724 N. Main 375-335
brief drug !trial generous monetary water dive Fun, tafe clone-.
' A supplementary text incentive call 377-2599 any day after Sa let e Service e Repair** Air Tom
designed to deliver 600.: (!-2t-164-p) Allen,Co-h ost of Wild Kingdom.Alia n't
you Aquatic t Troll Center, Inc. 3448 W NOTICEIn
I from the preliminary linger! magician! musicians) want 10 Univ. 373-9233. (m-fr.l54)
I perform? now' second annual coffeehouse order to maintain an atmosphere of
.terrors of Differential it coming. tryouts on august 7, LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near UF 20 and reliance featuredIn
room B74 |wru at 7:30.: (I-2M64-O) hours, (70. Half of our students scored believability on
Calculus and the Integral over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pi. the Independent Florida Alligator, we Invite our

Calculus. Bookpackv, hiking than, poncho, improvement by the. second try or your readers to contact us when in their'opinion,
whitettog speedo swim suits, bugproof money back. Attend first class free no
.---------------------- tenti Allan' Aquatic Troll Center. obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466 (m-13t- advertisers' claims published in the IFA. have

Send $195 plus .40 postage & tax 3448 W Unw 3739233fr152c| ) 158-p e proved false or misleading.

to: rVofmetonol' A* oclo1s P.O. (Box 14562 i Wedding invitation from $11 UO per GRE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF 18 The IFA will attempt to resolve complaints
Station Coln.svllU. Rorldo I 100. Two week delivery Hundreds of hours,$35 course repeatable free.Score
University where possible, by offering to bring advertiserand
I ... Cliff! Hall Printing I 1103 N. Main 1000 by.the. second try or your moneybock
376.9951.) !U| fr-J2-c! ) Call (1305)) 854-7466 (m-13t-l58-p) complainant together la discuss the complaint -
NAME laundry service. Let u* wash, dry, told HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY Where this is not possible or where the

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I delivery. lave on dry cleaning too. ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS to determine whether Its Advertising
Norge laundrymat and Drycleoners 2108 LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
I._ MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED J SW 13th St. (jtS6p. ) Donald G.Pratt,Director 373-303.9 (m-fr- Acceptability Standards are being violated.
COED' facial "hair removed permonently. 143-p)
Call Edmund Dwyer SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE farm riding
electrologM over :20 year experience.. academy A boarding table,. AEVODANAT4PM
@ Call 372-8039 (l-fr-152-c) Professional huntseot Instruction
1; ) beg .leis advanced excellent I
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FREE! I *OH street parking' Selectric 378-0547 (m-l2t-159-p) DELIVERY SERVICECALL I IUWLIMITID

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Havio boatIng' August 25 returning! .1 i
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The mountaineering, Hill form Is Now Offering riding blood,pick of'liner 378-3447 (m-5M64- i
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I Student Activities Center I I

History af

At a meeting on the University of UnivProduetd f r 1 What would UPs

Florida campus last fall, the Board of
by the Division of Information a Publicatoons proposed Center cost and
Regents voted to put $120 million in its services to communicate official notice &
legislative asking budget for multi \important\ information to students, faculty t staff
how would additional
purpose,mass-seating facilities for each of at the University of Florida.Seminar .

the state's nine universities. At that time be secured?
president Robert Marston, with the assis- money

tance of Vice-President for Student AffairsArt Radio Show Estimated cost of the triad center is
Sandeen,called a meeting of represen- Meeting $18-20 million. Private funds would be
tatives of approximately 25 student organ sought, with Athletic Director Ray Graves
izations. The group gave unanimous To Focus on Center This Week serving as chairman of a fund raising
endorsement for planning a mass seating group. Any offers of support from founda-
facility. Student Government voted to put Students, faculty and administrators will gather in the J. Wayne Reitz Ballroom tions and local governmental and civic
|100,000 into a reserve fund to be used as a Wednesday at 7 p.m. to discuss the proposed Student Activities Center. groups would be considered.
catalyst for raising other funds or for The Leadership Seminar is sponsored by Florida Blue Key. More than 100 faculty
planning purposes, if construction funds members and administrators have been invited and all students interested in attending Where would Center
became available. President Marston were asked to make reservations by Monday afternoon.

contacted dozens of alumni, legislators Radio Station WRUF will air a Dialogue program on the activity center Thursday from be located?
and other state leaders to learn that there 10:05: p.m. to 1 ajn.

was widespread support for a mass Meanwhile,the 13-member Student Activities Center planning committee will meet at Five sites are being considered,with No.
seating facility at the University of 1 p.m.today in the Board Room of the President's Office to begin a series of deliberationson 3 in the list recommended for particular ..,
Florida. He appointed an ad hoc committee imaginative and innovative ways to construct the facility.The further study: ((1)) Fleming Field, north of
of students, faculty and administratorsto committee has been expanded to include three members from the community at Florida Field; ((2)) parade grounds and
determine campus needs. That committee large, County Commission Chairman Jack Durrance, Gainesville Mayor-.Commissioner recreational area, west of Florida Field;
made a preliminary report in Januaryand Joe Little and Chamber of Commerce President Jim Stringfellow. ((3)) between the southwest end of Florida
a revised one in June, recommending Student membership has been increased from three to four. Replacing the three Field and Perry (baseball) Field, necessi-
construction that will be detailed later In original student members who have left or will be leaving campus at the end of the tating removal of Van Fleet Hall; ((4)) the
this document Meanwhile,the Legislaturedid summer are Student Body President Jim Eaton,Treasurer Caleb Grimes, fall freshman old Flavet Village site between Tolbert
not include funding for mass seating law student Kris Zeigler and law student Laura Blackmon, who will be serving only this Hall area and fraternity row; and ((5)) the
facilities in its appropriations bill, but the summer and will be replaced in the fall. area south of the sewage treatment plant
Board of Regents at its meeting in Representing the faculty in planning are William Wagner of the College of across the street from the bus terminal
Jacksonville July began a process that Architecture, Don McGlothlin of the Music Department and Manning Dauer of the parking lot. A primary consideration is to
may lead to funding these vital facilities in Political Science Department. locate the center for the daily convenienceof
the very near future.Source Administrators include Administrative Affairs Vice-President William Elmore, the greatest number of students.
Athletic Director Ray Graves and Associate Vice-President for Health Affairs Kenneth'
of FundingCash Finger, who serves as chairman of the committee. Who is developing

reserves and bonding capability of planning for the Center?
building fees now paid by students as partof generated by each institution, the Univer- convocations,mass entertainment such as
their tuition. The two fees total$2.45 per sity of Florida's share would be $14.1 popular music concerts, speakers who A 13-member committee, chaired by
credit hour and will continue whether or million. Additional funds needed would' be would attract large audiences, and Intercollegiate -.. Associate Vice President for Health
not future collections are earmarked for raised from non-state sources. ,. intramural and recreational Affairs Kenneth Finger and composed of
construction of nonacademic buildings. Could Student Building basketball and other games requiring four students, three faculty members,
Present cash reserves accumulating since gymnasium flooring, as well as dozens of three UF administrators and three repre-
1962 total approximately$%)million. Bon- fee. money be used for other areas beneath the seating for such sentatives of local governmental and civic

ding capability is estimated at between $23 other ? intramural, group and individual recrea- organizations.
and$29 million. The Board of Regents has purposes tional activities as karate-judo, wrestling,
ordered a study to determine total The Board of Regents has asked each weight lifting, gymnastics, dance studios, Who would be able to

capability. Report of the study is sched- University to submit a list of priority needs fencing, rifle range, etc. (2)) a 2,400-seat the facilities/ ?
uled for Sept. 8 meeting of the BOR. If the for non-academic building construction. theatre for the Performing Arts, including use
study shows a $50 million funding capability UF has presented one project a student opportunities for touring theatre, musi- Though planned primarily for student
and the BOR decides to earmark the activities center that would contain three cals, opera, ballet, symphonies, chorales, and University community functions, the
funds for nonacademic construction andto separate functions: ((1)) a 124o-14,0004eat()()() speakers of smaller audience attraction, facilities would be available for outsideuse
allocate it on the basis of money arena for Commencements and other etc. ((3)) a natatorium with Olympic size in the same manner other University
pool and separate diving tank for indivi- facilities are now used by groups from
dual recreation, group activity, intra- outside the University community. Sched- ..
Career Service mural and intercollegiate use. uling would be controlled by a University

_. I! board of managers similar to, but prob-
How would the Universityof ably not identical to, the Board 'of
Managers that now governs the J. Wayne
Florida use its shareof Reitz Union.Where .

the funds? do we go from

I Covenants covering bond issues out-
.. standing against the fees stipulate that ((1)) President Marston has allocated $10,000
funds must be used for capital construction from designated activities center gifts to

Clerk Typist II .High school, plus one year experience. Salary: 5387. ; thus, they cannot be used for salary the University of Florida Foundation to the
EEG Technician II High school, plus course in EEG equipment. Salary: $7,308. improvement or other operating expense planning committee. The committee will
Etectronyitagmography Technician I. High school, plus 2 years medical or nursing needs,and ((2)) fees must be assessed at the use the funds to study similar centers at
Mtperience. present level until existing bonds are other universities and to explore imaginative -
Salary: $6,452- retired. Fred Parker chairman of the and innovative of the
EKG Technician school, plus completion of EKG training course. Salary: ways providing
$#,222. Facilities Committee, which proposed the facilities at the least possible cost to fit the

Information Director lI Masters or equivalent in Journalism or communications. program, told the Board that paying off particular needs of this campus and in
Plus 5 years in-communications, including TV, radio and printed media. the present indebtedness with accumulated light of future energy and other opera-
Salary experience reserves and reducing the fees is not I tional cost limitations. If the Board of
: $13,237.
LPN' feasible because penalties ranging from Regents approves the funding plan at its
Medical Needed In aU areu. Salary medical: $8,451 terminology and typing 35 wpm. Salary: 0 to 2 !tft per cent would be required and 1 September 8 meeting, President Marston,
Transcriber school
$$5,570 I. High construction needs remain which would Pulmonary Supervisor-High school, plus two years In have to be financed by bonds which could I Student Government release its $100,000
; Function Technologist command a much higher interest rate. Mr. i reserve for student activities center
Pulmonary functions testing. Salary: $10,314. Salary: $9,855. Parker also said that the student fee funds |planning. That $100,000 will be matched
Rectatered In all areu.
Teaching Nurse D. Needed experience. Salary: $9,333. could be used for academic building needs, I from other sources so that architecturaland
RadJcfrv four
Engineer u High school sPInJ.shIEngUsh plus years) High school, plus one year as they have in the past, but that proceeds i site planning can begin. This way, it is
Secretary D. Must be bi-lingual ( from gross utility bonds are fully committed
experience, typing. 3s wpm.;Salary: $5,182. experience: Must have excellent typing to. meeting formula generated academic i gain a six month's to one year head start
Secretary IV HIgh school, plus three years '
and building' needs, while no other !toward construction, because revenues'e
dictation akiILs. Salary: $6,973. and registered with the state'of source of funding is available for nonI I from the' bond program will not likely
nTeaching Staff Pharmacist Degree in pharmacy, formula, nonacademic buildings. I become available until well into 1978.
--.. Salary.$13 200.
The University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunitf Affinnative Action Employer i ,

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Graves':: No Florida play for CaldwellNorman

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Norman "Bruno" Caldwell he wanted to 1 am not going to release other representative of its between the two schools

;p;.. will not be released to any in the state of to any other school in the athletic interests shall con- involved.
college in the state of Florida, ," said Graves. tact, either directly or indirectly -
said UF athletic director Ray wanted to play I PERSONALLY believe the student-athleteor'
Graves. State Stetson, it is in the best interest another senior 'collegite "I 1 think my decision will
Florida Southern. eliminate a lot of future
Two weeks ago, head Bruno to go out of the institution for purposes of confrontations. Thereshouldn't
basketball coach John Lotz Jacksonville recruiting him without first be any hard
vetoed a request by Caldwellto to an NCAA obtaining 'the permission of
basketball coach feelings, in fact just the
attend summer school and Caldwell is not allowed the other institutions athletic
wrote UF athletic If we get something
make up the eight hours he Graves about with any other school director to do so, regardless of started like this someday JU
needed to be eligible to play UF gives him per who makes. the ;,initial standout
but have
availability might a player ,
next winter. "for the best who wants to come here and '
AFTER THE Lotz the two schools" member of an in Graves felt his decision that's when, hard feelingsstart. s a
decision, Caldwell announced not release athletic staff or would not cause trouble ." BRUNO CALDWELL
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l .. Yankees I I Martin manager; 'Vir don firec

'By MILTON RICHMAN his last chance as a with the Cleveland Boston in the American Yankees first choice when "You feel like maybe yo
United Press International "EVERY TIME I Saturday afternoon. League East, and one of the they named him manager last let the man down," sai
: Acrobatic Billy Martin, 'they say it's my last WAS to have been At first things he said was he felt year they wanted Dick outfielder Bobby Bonds. ''
always the master tumbler, he said speaking Stadium anyway to help the Yankees still had a chanceto Williams will be paid off suppose there are a lot <(1
bounced back right side up' is the longest I've celebrate their catch the Red Sox. on his present contract which things you could have don
Saturday as manager of>his wait for a job. Oldtimers Day, WE PLAY the Red Sox runs through next year. but really, it was the injurii
old ball club, the New York days. a storm center five more times," said Martin."I "I CAN'T THINK of that hurt us the most."
Yankees, replacing Bill His arithmetic place he has ever played think we have a chance to anything' I'd like to do more
Virdon after being, fired by off but nobody was given a catch them." than manage the Yankees," PAUL SAID, however, h
the Texas Rangers. Martin who through this season As for his over-all plans for Virdon said then, "whetherI'm was confident Martin woul
More subdued than usual, the Yankees in 1976. No terms were the Yankees, Martin said, "I 1 the first choice, the perk up the Yankees, wh(
Martin previously Casey Stengel but he probably will might go to a little more of a second choice or the 15th were made favorites to wit
dismissed by Minnesota and second base for the same $75,000 a rpnning game, although this choice." this year after getting Jin
Detroit as well as Texas over they traded him he got from the Rangers. club's strength is its power. "We're not blaming Virdon "Catfish" Hunter for $
differences with the front troublemaker in 47, takes over the We've got some guys can for a thing," said Yankees million and Bonds in a den 1
office laughingly brushed over the Yanks when they are 10 really hit." President Gabe Paul, who with San Francisco.

otTa suggestion this might be for their regularly behind front-running Virdon, who wasn't the personally brought Martin to Asked if he learne

Saturday morning's news anything from his past thre

I Some people can't get enoughAs conference"This is just at an Shea exciting Stadium.move ,said firings: "Yes, Martin- be laughed careful wha an

we think will be in"the best you say now."
interest of the club.
Paul had
to track dow
1 sat in the Steak and Shake consuming my pre-Jai-Alai Paul notified Virdon of his Martin in the wilds o
dinner, I noticed an incredible phenomena. dismissal after Friday night's
JACK DIAMOND Colorado to get him to th
Subconsciously, I was counting the cars that were going to 5-4 victory over the Cleveland Yankees."I .
the Ocala Fronton. You may ask, "just how do I know that Indians.
these people are going to Ocala?" The answer is simple. I L JAIALITESnoticing "HE'S A fine gentleman, .. was on a mountai
recognize the Regulars. and he took it like the gen- fishing," said Martin. "Ho
AFTER SEVERAL visits to the Fronton, you begin to tleman he is," said Paul. they ever found me I don'
recognize the same faces. You see them in the store, "I understand
grocery the same Friday night excitement in the air. Peoplewere can com- know, but they did, and
cannot remember their names. You see them drivingto said "
J yet you smiling,others were slapping five over a recent win. Still pletely, Virdon. came off the mountain.
Ocala passing you by in a speeding Chevy. others were packing their faces with hot dogs and pizza while "Changing managers is Martin becomes th
And just who are the regulars? The regulars are the people eyeing a certainly the perogative of the Yankees 20th manager. H

who thrive on Jai-Alai. "They practically live here"" explained have program."I been wagering at Jai Alai for 20 years", said Huey. ownership, 'and I cannot, be said he 'would retain all th
one cashier, And_sure enough, it's true. critical of
Marsh from Brooksville. "Some in Tampa, and some here", what'they have present coaches, for the tim
Diane Reese, an attractive blonde who "commutes" from
he added. "And I really love it. Its true I dropped about two done. enjoyed my being anyway.
Largo said, "The reason I come out here is because it is ,
association with the Yankees, Martin will the
wear sam
thousand dollars over those years, but to me. Jai-Alai is still
fantastic. Jai-Alai is really great, and the people are reallygreat" one great sport." and right now I'm just goingto uniform No. 1 1he, wore whe
take things easy for a while he first reported to th
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running backs during the 1974 season. this season, stopped a Steeler drive in the third Another Ex-Gator, Bruton Lawless, also saw
The Ex-Gator linebacking duo anchored the quarter when he intercepted a Terry Bradshawpass action Friday' night. He alternated at offensive
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Plot thick but Bucs st.illiead You'll amazed at how much,
/' you can lOVe by llxlng your toryourwlf .
and it's easy I tRacks ,
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available. S.. u>at tune-up or

hot and heavy N.L East race oil chang tima.Schmidt. ,

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The New York Met plot righthanded pitching in the Pirates last year for outfielder the past with; 12.6 Jerry'Reuss I BI-Lo

thickened Thursday, Friday form of starters Tom Seaver Gene Clines, to be used as a leading the rotation of Ken I 4404 N.W. 13 St 376-8412 Auto Parts ,

and Saturday in Pittsburgh'sThree and rookie Hank Webb backup for star catcher Brett Bruce Kison and Jim

Rivers Stadium,.but on proved unable to come up Manny Sanguillen. Dyer Rooker As of the 16th of
Sunday it sickened the Met with a win.Seaver caught the second half of the July, the Pirates stood secondin PRIVATE
fan and again widened the pitched 10 inningsin 15 inning game and trotted the National League in

gap in the national League the first game, but got no INSTRUCTIONSon
decision. His teammates gave
East.Three straight victories him a 4.3 lead after Seaver GREG FORRER

over the Pirates by the Mets got behind early 30. He
came to a halt Sunday when failed to hold it a half inning OPINIONaround Banjo, Guitar and Mandotn

the Bucs edged the Mets twice thus setting up ex-Met DuffyDyer's
by 5-4, 4.3 scores. The first game winning homerin the bases with none lowest earned run average This week we offer 20

game went an agonizing, cliff- the 15th. out in the 15th after con- (ERA). percent off all strings, and

hanging 15 innings. A Met That's right, Duffy Dyer necting with a Bob Apodaca They hovered around the 20 percent off all Martin
victory there and another in Not your' everyday householdname 1 fastball.It 3.00 mark at the time while Guitars.

the night cap, coupled with to be sure. Just last was his third homer of the Mets had the third lowestat
Philadelphia's win over the season he bounced around the season. 3.20. Only the Los Angeles SacSI '
Expos, would have set up the with the Mets and batted .211 Dodgers had better than the '
t 'r East like this: Pittsburgh two with no homers and ten runs The loss had to be a big one Mets and Pirates. '
games in front of the Phils batted in, backing up catchers for the Mets, who had tp SHop
and four games in front of the Jerry Grote and Ron whittled the Pirates' lead From there, you have to go 311 IN. MAIN 373-0396
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ERA of 3.64. No Phil
starters against the Pirates.
Koosman Stone starter among Steve Carleton
Jerry George
Regulars' and Jon Matlack all pickedup Jim Lonborg or rookie Tom
wins. Stone was the only Underwood is having a year to "
one to fail to complete the rave about. Sweet .- lot.
(From 18)
page game,he started. BUT TilE PHIL bats have

Its hard to think about all the money won or lost at Jai-Alal. AND IF THE LOSS was a taken up the slack. At the I'm and an: Air this Fore When officer {- '
All remembers is the times had the same date as above, the Phils sweat chariot.
one good at Yet, blow to the Mets, it had to bea visit home people are
many a fine Gainesville business has started in Section B Row boost for the Pirates who and Pirates were tied for proud.happy to They see ma.say And I'm P
second place in National doing my part In the
K.THE had lost five of six :
games community by showing -
REGULARS seldom talk about winning or losing. before the Sunday twin bill. League batting. at .270. The the lod'people <
Their basic topic for discussion is Hernandez, or what's It left them in front of the Phils had played 89 games at you and really can*make that '>\
happening at the Hilton after the night is over, yet there they Phils by four and a half games the time and the Bucs 88 with It your You thara really, can of the fat j'\

are game after game,standing at the cashier's window. while the Mets dropped backto the Phils scoring just two sal I Also feel food -' \1\\
The regulars have a secret. Many people tend to make eight more runs than the Bucs. about my petition In t
quick decisions. Most of the time, by following your instincts, games. Hits were almost even, there the nity.Air I'm.Fore commu-leader : ;. .f .
That the it stood the there too. I'm someone ; ''Ii ,,
the win. Yet way as being just one more Pirate hit -"'
you may pick correct team to due to some the other broth- ,, /( ,, ,.
three battling clubs of the than the Phillies' 822. ', .
strange reason, (perhaps a' superstitious girl-friend) you go ... > .
National League East entered en and ssten. I meet ....
back and change your bet. In fielding, the Phils and In' the service can
This is not true with the regulars. Many have told me that their last 50 or so games of the Pirates are again separated by sures to.them And to It know n.. ro-- ....,. ..1'-.1'look

they make their selections early, sometimes even before the season. The Pirates headed the slimmest of margins Air they Force h maters a voice that in
Fronton into St. Louis to take on the stern
opens. the Phils concern
Pittsburgh leading .
Airforce needs
THEN,THEY place their bets early while there are no long just-above .500 Cardinals' witha mora The.laadar.pilot .
point .
by one percentage
while the Mets played host to aircrew members
lines to hassle with. I have
Personally never seen a regular .979 av rage. The Mets' ...math maiort..tcl-
"Shut-out". the last place Expos. The once and engineering
average stands at 975. mljors.| You might be
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