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Florida Alligator/ AUGUST 7, 1975

h VOL. 67, NO 165

Publish.d by Campus Communication Inc., GoincivilU Florida Not officially ouociatad with the Unlvcrelty of' Florida

' X: Living together no longer. means rebellion

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By JUDY MOORE, longer an exotic symbol l of the counterculture of other friendships are enough to make some quarter of million people cohabiting in
::. Alligator Staff Writer but a practical solution to the im- couples stop and reevaluate their 1970. Although probably significantly underreported -
permananceand loneliness of being\ student. relationship. it was still up 700 per cent from

---. my ,troubles out the door., Whether living together is an unlicensed 1960.
1 don't need them.""""on. .. .. --...But no solution perfect and for: some,the marriage a trial marriage a boyfriend who IN THE PAST five years the number has
For tonight-1'Ii be staying here with you.' costs outweigh the advantages. becomes a roommate" a roommate who multiplied manyfold and although current
Bob Dylan becomes a boyfriend or just a temporary statistics are unknown and would be difficultto
SUCH PROBLEMS as guilt and paranoia passing in the night the relatively modern measure recent studies at universities
The thrill of rebellion has faded. For many feelings about not telling parents an over- lifestyle is increasing in popularity.The around the country have found between 25-33
UF students living together in the '70's i is no dependence on the partner and a possible loss U.S. Census Bureau reordered aFlorida per cent of students surveyed -'are'now
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.i k lived with someone of the opposite sex.
UF :Counseling Psychologist Jacquie
Resnick said there are no statistics on how
many UF students are living together and no -
studies have been made.
"It would be very difficult to determine
because so many couples'keep up a double
residence. I've worked here six years and I
noticed a big upswing in couples living
together in 197172. Since then its been
about the same." she said.
RESNICK SAID the most common
problem facing couples living together as well
as young married couples is that of role
"When people start living together thereare
often problems of responsibility who
should make the decisions who should pay
the bills who should do the housework. We :
try to encourage more open communication )
between the couple so they can express what
they really feel to their partner." she said.
Couples contacted by The Alligator
discussed their situations with honesty and
insight. All couples approached living '
together differently. Most acknowledge
yF x'41' ..t iy q problems. But none of them regretted their

( decision.JOHN AND HELEN, both 20, have lived ,
$ ; together for a year in a small; apartment near
campus. Like most couples interviewed she
cooks he does the dishes,,and they split the
dther chores.
But unlike most other ,couples John and
Helenpool their money in a joint checking
account. Most other couples split all bills
with the man paying for most of the en
tertainment.John .
makes the decisions because they
agree he is a more "forceful, rational person."
; laws prohibit cohabitation THEY WERE ENGAGED when they
.. : moved in together and discussed the move
with their parents who after some con
sternation, accepted it.
'" Alligator Staff Writer They say they complement each other very
:' well and .
.. :.. .Cohabitation, a subject once shunned by polite society and.still rarely argue.
Brad and Mary both 22. face a problem of
held in contempt by,some, has swiftly become'In at-
which John and Helen relieved.
tractive alternative to.wedded bliss for many couples despite were They'regetting
married in January but neither
Florida laws it.
parents know about their living arrangementsand
in 1868. and still the Florida }law books
A law passed on it is his parents front whom they most
'prohibits "any man and woman not married (o each other to
want to keep it.
lewdly and lasciviously associate and cohabit together," r. "MY PARENTS are very traditional. They
TilE LAW APPLIES only .if there are sexual relations almost think its immoral. I think if they found
between the partners. out there would be ramifications I can't
The crime is a second degree misdemeanor punishable by L'L' tA imagine" Brad said.
60 days in jail or a $500 tine. Mary said she thought her parents would

;Fornication sexual intercoursebetween unmarried accept it more easily..,,, .,
consenting adults -r also is unlawful and carries the same v\- "My parents would be hurt they would '

penalty as cohabitation. think it would bean easy,thing for Brad to do
COHABITATION is illegal in 23 qther states and 25 states Ar"a1R& and a stupid thing for me. I wouldn't want
still prohibit fornication. c ? Brad's parents to know because I think they
No arrests have been made stemming from either'of the would look down on me and see me in a
laws for several years, according to Bill Sherrill of the state k different light." Mary said.

Attorney General's office MARY AND BRAD go to great lengths to
"If either of the statutes b used it is almost always in .w keep their secret. They have two different
connection with another: crime such as rape,or adultery. phones with different' numbers. :They never to
Years ago there were some cases, but now' very few' state answer each other's phone. Brad has a post
'attorneys would prosecute violations solely on cohabitation. or office box so his,parents.won't know his real
"fornication. Sherrill saUL! address. .
FRANCIS T. MCCOY, UF professor of.domestic law., "If my parents,ever came it would be mass s
,said although the cohabitation I law, is rarelY' enforced panic. I'm ready to move all my things in with
prominent .or well-known public figures are occasionally ,he guy next door and his girl friend would
confronted with the statute by their emplojers. PICKING photo by |o.' klpp.r move in with Mary,' Brad said.

(see page 16) one way to grow closer .(see page 16)

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I > : Victims'welfare.stressed at seminar- / I IJ

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Investigator Bee Wyckotffrom the Alachua do not report rape and estimated that less has no weapon.
than SO cent are reported. However she added "If there's a weapon.I'd .
ByTERRISALT County Sheriffs Department, said she stays per "
of UPD think twice.
Alligator Staff Writer with the victim at the hospital to help with Lieut. Russell Lambert''
emotional problems."I publicity is a major reasorf many women do Although in the past women have been

Rape a terrifying and traumatic experience HAVE waited three hours with the not report the offense.ALTHOUGH asked such embarrassing questions like "Did
does not. end with the act itself. victim for the (hospital) examination most newspapers do not you enjoy it? or How was he built" the of.
Careful handling of the victim by Wyckoff said.Strauss print rape victims' names the officers said ticers said these irrelevant questions are no
police and medical investigators can be just as said the hospital's major role is to there are other ways to find out who the victim longer asked.
important. provide "emotional support and is. However. Dr. Robert Strauss from Shands
reassurance" to the victim. Wyckoff said the approximate address is Teaching Hospital. said some personal
OFFICER E.H. STEVENS of the HOWEVER, he admitted that sometimesthe often printed and when a police car shows up questions such as "When is the last time you
University Police Department (UPD) said medical and legal aspects get in the way. at the house it is not difficult for neighbors to had sex?" and "Did the rapist ejaculate" are
usually a female investigator is assigned to the Strauss said the doctors, after receiving determine the victim. asked at the hospital.
case to take the victim to the hospital and written consent, photograph all evidence such Stevens said of the seven rapes on campuslast Strauss explained the doctors want to find
question her. about the rape. Women are more 'as wounds or bruises sustained during the year. one was a small child. and the out if any sperm found inside the woman is
reassuring he said. crime. .,and ask some potentially harassing family chose not to prosecute. that of the rapist.HOWEVER .
questions which can later be used in Three others victims knew the rapist who
Other police officers at UPD concentrateon prosecution.The allegedly raped all three of the women. but ; many rapists are unable to
finding the scene of the crime and law enforcement officers participatingin they refused to prosecute. ejaculate or give off any sperm. Strauss said
collecting: evidence in order to catch and a Student Government rape prevention and WYCKOFF ADVISED the women in the making it impossible to prove rape by
prosecute the offender Stevens said. awareness seminar agreed that many women audience to struggle with the assailant if heI evidence of sperm.Reported.

I Rape myths blasted by Gordon rise'nationwide rapes


ByTERRISALT 'Gordon noted she is not against the use of Alligator Staff Writer
Alligator Staff WriterA self defense but doesn't see it as the answer Whatever the .population or whereverthe
location has increased
for, most women. rape
throughout the country according to 1974
is often the very good FBI crime index trends.
rapist young 'Gordon was the author of the new rape law
looking boy-next-door-type. according to that went into effect last October. The index indicates rape has increased
State Representative Elaine Gordon. nationwide by nine per cent in the past
"He is not the drooling man who jumps out year with the South experiencing the
from behind a bush." Gordon told a rape The new "sexual battery law" outlaws largest regional increase of 12 per cent.
prevention and awareness seminar Tuesday many forms of sexual abuse rather than The West showed the lowest increase of
10 itself to intercourse the former law
limiting as
night. five per cent followed by an eight per cent
did. increase in the Northeast;
}I t RAPES HAVE increased an average of
"RAPISTS have feelings of low esteem .Under the old law a young man who forcedan IS per cent in cities with populations of SO
about themselves. they commit rape in 80 year old woman to commit fellatio on to 100 thousand. Gainesville with a
order to get a feeling of power. said Gordon a him was sentenced to only 60 days in jail population of approximately 70,000 had
,leading figure in the 'Florida women's'movement. because oral sex acts were not specified i in the 13 rapes reported in the first six months of

statutes. 1974. This year 14 were reported.
._f. -- 'fP'.n v But.these figures can almost be doubledto

YOU CAN get 60 days if you've speeded a include non-reported rapes Laura
The way a woman dresses or acts has BAINE GORDON couple too many times," Gordon said. Hartzog. Gainesville rape information and
nothing to do with encouraging the rapist she .wrote rape law Gordon said although she would like to see counseling _staffer said.,
said."A certain sexual offenses reduced from capital According: to a national survey. 61 per
woman could be covered from head to crimes to lesser felonies this was not includedin cent of the rape victims are students. of
toe with burlap and still be "raped." Gordon employe in the Bahamas. the law. which: 42 per cent attend college. Ap-
sajd. proximately SO per cent of the rapists: were
By telling him he was an attractive man She explained she believes more acquainted with the victim in some way,
People must change their attitude and no who should have' no 'problem getting dates would 'report sexual crimes and more offenders either as a neighbor co-worker or casual
think of the victims and warning him he would lose his job, acquaintance.
1 longer rape as a dirty girl could be rehabiliated if the sentence
who encouraged the rapist by her dress or Gordon persuaded him to let her go. were reduced.IN CONTRARY TO the conception that
actions. women provoke rape only four percent of
."Most rapists could have been talked out of GORDON SAID by building up the A FAMILY ''where the husband is the reported rapes involved provocation by
itt she said, adding that she once talked her confidence and esteem of her would-be rapist, molesting a child the wife doesn't want to women. The largest group of victims are
way out of a rape. she talked him out of committing,the crime, report it knowing her husband might go to the nurses who wear clothing which hardly can
Gordon said she was attacked by a hotel and said others could do the same. electric chair Gordon said. be described ,as enticing.

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B1 ANNE SOMMERS used is as old as the building," MacDonald < \ ', "

Alligator Staff Writer said.MacDONALD .-- ..:: .,1J'01Io...!"{?;..
BELIEVES'that instead of 1'' itfL

Student Government called for a new pouring maintenance money into the old
infirmary to be financed by student funding.SG infirmary building that funds should be
Health Director Laura MacDonald allocated for a new building. fiy

proposed financing the. infirmary by adding
additional SI-SL50 to the current $10 per "The administration spent $400,000 in the Health care
quarter health fees The added charges would Pest year on a new addition to the infirmary
raise $100.000 to finance building bonds ai well as other minor repairs to bring the should be offered .
issued by the state.MacDONALD Infirmary up to 1967 fire standards that
money should have been applied towards a to
SAID.the charges would not new building" 'MacDonald said.. r..: > .. .."" dependents
begin until the building is completed or near MacDonald also blamed the poor physical of students-
completion. so those_benefiting from the layout of the current building for some of the I
infirmary would be the ones to pay for it. Infirmary's lack of efficiency. W
MacDonald said funding for an infirmary j"THERE IS too much unusable space inf1e
Auld be an. alternative: to spending $14 current building. There is plenty of spacer Laura MacDonald
million UF is expecting next year from little offices while there is not enough
student building funds' on a mass seating space for needed clinics" MacDonald said.
facility. But UF President Robert 0. Marstonhas % Clinics such as the Sports Injury Clinic held
said an activities center is his first priority for students injured in intramural sorts 'can
for the funds.. only! be held once a week because of lack of t. ::'--L t
The students can't uso a mass seating space. Only have an average income of $4,000",she rooms which would cut down on waiting and
facility if they don't fee;! w U." MacDonaldsaid. Currently there is a one year waiting list for' said. the doctors and medical students from t
students wishing free dental care. MacDonald MacDonald said that since 80 per cent of Shands would be more readily available."
"MOST PEOPLE: feel i the (biggest reason 'said a n for the poor service rendered at the infirmaryis waiting lists.MacDONALD. willing to support plans for a new building. new infirmary would also take some of
a poor staft'This is not really the.problem," SAID she wants the In- THE PROPOSED site for a new infirmary the burden off' Shands which is currently
MacDonald said.MacDonald firmary to offer spouse < ,said two principle reasons for program would probably be limited to only Hospital. MacDonald said. ,
inadaquate service at the infirmary are the 100 participants because of a lack of space. "The proposed site would greatly cut downon Student Health Director Dr. R.B. Shaara
age of the building and the age of the "If we could get a new facility I'd also like current delays that students are now agrees with MacDonald: that a new infirmary
equipment. to offer health care to dependents of Students. experiencing.: There would be better parking, i is a necessity but is not optimistic:that one will
"The.building itself is 43 years old and was Students with children just can't afford the new site would be more convenient for be built in the near future.
built to serve 5,000. students. The equipment medical bills. Married students in America students there would be more examining (see page 12))

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Senate committee to investigate I 'oat Zgem

graduate schools' admissions FLORIDA


Alligator Staff WriterA
Florida Senate Committee on Law School Admissionshas
been asked to investigate the admission policies of all the SHOP
state's postgraduate schools by Senate President Dempsey WNW.
Barron, Panama City said Barren aide Terri Jo Kennedy. i
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Kennedy said recent studies that show a relatively low
correlation between test scorers and grade point averages and I I I II
how successful a student will actually be prompted Barron to
ask the committee to expand its examinations to all graduate I I II II
KENNEDY SAID Barron wants the committee. to look at
the options available in graduate school admissions I
Senator John Ware K-St. Petersburg a member of the I I II
committee said current policies "tend to eliminate a lot of
people who may well be able to be fine lawyers and doctors." I I II
. Ware said grade point averages and test scores should not
be the "sole and exclusive" criteria for admitting $students to t 6 a = I I II
graduate school.
However. Ware said the UP College of Law does not admitall I I II
of its students solely by grades and test scores., He said a JOSEPH JUUN ,
certain percentage of law school applicants admitted dueto .grades not only criteria
their social background. I
UF COLLEGE OF LAW Dean Joseph Julin. confirmed "As I see it., said Ware "The principal problem is that I 1
Ware's'stater- nt. there are many more applicants to the schools then there are I I
He said 10 per cent of admissions are "culturally disad- positions." I I
vantaged"students who come from underrepresented groups. SENATOR TOM GALLEN D-Bradenton, also a memberof I I
Julin said 75 per cent of,UF law admissions are chosen the committee agreed "Unfortunately we don't have I I
basically by four criteria. The students record of performancein adequate funds to provide places for all of those who want I I
undergraduate school, the quality of student's un- them." 1 I
dergraduate school the student's writing ability or ability to Gallen said he*is not convinced that the current graduate I II
express himself and the law. school admission test. school admission procedures are the fairest. I
THE REMAINING IS per cent: of students admitted are "I don't know if it wouldn't be best.to have some "A" I I
selected through "soft credentials"' such as individual at* students some "B".students and some "Cstudents," said I I
titude.past employment and military service. Callen. I I
"I THINK THE committee will decide what is the best I I
Julin said the UF College of Law conducts a study every two public policy for the state's law schools and request that the I I
years to determine which students admitted rank highest in law schools adopt the policy" Gallen said. I I
their graduating class. Gallen and Ware agreed that the committee will try to I I
He said generally students who had the higher grades when adopt graduate school admission policies that are uniform I I
admitted ranked the highest at graduation. throughout the state. But Ware added that there may be I I
. "THE OBJECTIVE" Julin said. "is to seek to identify some reasons for distinction of various schools. I I
individuals who would best be able to serve the public. The commission was formed last year after lawmakers I I
"We look forward towhatever help the committee can giveus. complained about the acceptance of a convicted felon into I I
." Julin Florida State University's Law School. I
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I UF mass seating facility funding cut proposed. I

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI various ways to accomplish that goal com
Alligator Staff Writer / mittee ichairman Dr. Kenneth Finger said.

I The price tag on UF's proposed One'method of building the mass seating
seating facility will be reduced $4 more facility would include building a "earth-
UF President Robert Q. Marston gets aF mound" around the sports arena-similar to
raising the construction of the Florida State
Museum he said.Jacksonville .
Marston said he wants the reduction
could raise enough private funds to
the in the architect William Morgan who
mass seating facility amount
it. would take to build it. in constructed the Florida State Museum was
If UF receives the interviewed by the committee on Tuesday.
million from the Board of Regents funds- .y During the meeting Morgan suggested the
available in surplus student building mass seating facility be constructed similarlyto
funds, the mats seating facility may the museum..

by 1979 Marston sail I Morgan ;also suggested the swimming
The cost of the mass seating raising'I I complex and sports arena be connected by a
determined by the Ad Hoc Committee hallway.A .
Student Activities Center while it projected cost of the mass seating taciltiy, the scallop-shaped dome for the performing
monetary constraints," Marston said. $7 million committee on the Student Activitities Center arts theater was also suggested by Morgan to
jThe original plan called for the reduce the has been interviewing architects to find obtain a high acoustical quality'in the theater.
struction of a$22 million mass seating
which includes a 12.14,000 seat .
arena, a swimming complex, and ()() for breaking into UF Infirmary ,I
seat theater for the performing arts
UF trying to raise the remaining $7
through private funds. morning for broke a'window and entered through the call."
However, Marston added he women's rest room. According to UPD, Hollomon named a
"much more comfortable" raising Depart Hollomon was found in a closet on the friend he claimed he was visiting in
proximately $4 million in private funds ( ) 29, second floor after a nurse reported to police Gainesville. However police said no one could
than $7 million because the $4 million breaking hearing someone walking around. le located in Gainesville by that name.
be raised to "meet the,needs (of UF) a felony According to Captain Vernon Holliman HOLLOMON who has nine previous
rapidly." climbed: the arresting officer apprehended the subject ,arrests was released from the Alachua County
Marston said a $4 million fund infirmary "about two minutes after we received the ,Adult Detention Center on $750 bond.

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Independent Florida Alligator,Thursday,/"August 7, 1975.Pag*.7
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yourself how much performance you can take home Alligator
for only $195. f JBob McCulloch believes $4 is too high a charge for
removing a bag of garbage especially since it wasn't
Florida removed. He also feels he shouldn't have to pay $10 to repair
dart holes in the wall especially since he didn't put them

Ii11 Bookstore 377-0992-1062 there.His predicament is shared by many UF student tenants who

believe unjust claims have been made by landlords on their
1614 W. University security deposits. Unlike most, he is going to fight the claims

Across from Library West iri court. .
SECURITY DEPOSITS or advance rents are amounts
paid to the landlord for protection against damage to the
"dwelling unit" by the tenant. *
Contesting security deposit claims in court is a relatively Y
Make Your Next eer simple and inexpensive process,according to Carl B.Opp, UF
supervisor of off campus housing.
or "However,it is best to first try to negotiate directly with. the
Hot landlord," Opp said. '
Idea A Pizza ? MCCULLOCft) TRIED to negotiate but could not reach an
agreement with I ndlord Bob Trimmer,manager of The Place

from Shelley'sThinking apartments.Trimmer defended his repairs and deposit deduction. He i

said some high charges, particularly for garbage removal, act
as a deterrent to negligence."If .
Anchovies// the tenants left garbage laying all around, the. complex,
Jya ti 6 ,, o* Onions would be overrun with roaches," he said.
HE ALSO SAID McCulloch failed to fill out an inventory.
'r r sheet listing existing damages when he moved in.
r shrooms "Without an inventory sheet the tenant has no proof that
he/js not responsible for all damage"he said. 1
of having something special? However, McCulloch, backed by four witnesses, claims he '
,. did turn in an inventory sheet to the management.
Order your favorite combination .pizza SUCH' SUBJECTIVE JUDGEMENTS will have to. be

from Shelley's.And while it's coming, think 4 p decided in court.It .
of all that fun you'll have eating it. -/ costs only $4.50 to file suit in county court 'against'landlord a +
h Usually a date will be set to meet in court within a
Remember Shelley's for lightning fast delivery, ... ,, week, Opp said.

.. The court is very informal;lawyers are seldom present.
'. "BASICALLY,the judge sits down with the tenant and the
'" landlord, hears both sides of the story, and decides on a
,.;:.: reasonable settlement," Opp said.
""t- Opp said tenants have two advantages.in getting charges
reduced. Since small amounts under$100 are usually those in
question,the cout is eager to get it over with quickly. Thus,
,:'" r i1: 'r t 'j/1./.t there is a great tendency to"split! the damage"Opp said.
,,' 'r Also, the tenant can defend minor damage on the conceptof
"fair wear and tear through normal use" which Opp said is
You don't have to be / a "pretty elastic doctrine."

a pizza nut to loveShelley's ,. On the other hand, the landlord must prove three specific
,facts before the claim will be granted. He must show there
Pizza. [ 4t was damage, and that the tenant was directly or indirectly
( responsible for it. He must also,account for the cost of
t repairs Opp said.
THE LOSER of the case is required to pay court costs,
t''" typically under $10 including the original $4.50 plus
'treasonable".'. attorney fees, if they are necessary.
Opp said much difficulty could be avoided,if the tenant
; took a few simple precati'jons. He urged all new tenants to fill
out a detailed inventory sheet in duplicate,save,one copy and
tttrn the other in to the landlord. 'Th j tenant is then doubly
; protected against an already damaged apartment.
According to Florida law,the tenant must not fail to objectto
3779555'i'4 the claim within t IS days after he,receives it.or the landlordis
entitled to keep the full amount of his deposit deductions.
Likewise should the landlord fail to deliver the claims to the
tenant within 15 days after the expiration 'of .the lease he

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Patience A PW19T J \ 11F CONSlKuaiON BmSTATE I'

Robert Marston is an impatient man. EDM ; a. A OFJSRAIL JfItr 1
..Making no secret of the fact that a mass seating
facility is his number one priority for the $14

million in student building surplus funds ten,
tatively slated for UF he wants to waste,iid) time in. w4
getting it built.Accordingly .

he has challenged his Committeeon 1 IY.Y .
the proposed mass seating facility to lower its

projected cost by about $4 million. Then, he

reasoned the private donations needed to sup-
plement it could be raised in three years.ratherthan

in five to 10 years.
'. We think Marston's idea of lowering the cost of

his dream dome is a good one, but for a different

By lowering the.cost of the proposed facility by

$4 million, and raising the same amount of private
money he had originally intended Marson could
allocate $4 million of the original $14 million for

something this university needs more than a mass .
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seating facility.A .
new infirmary.
Presently students are paying a mandatory $10
health fee with their tuition as well as $590,000 in

student activites fees for a building that was

constructed'in 1939 to accomodate a university of

5,000 students.As law threat to frepks
it is now the structure is totally inadequatefor Panhandling

a student body of 28,000.In .

fact, you could almost say the infirmary is .
falling apart.: <
Last March Dr. Richard Shaara, UF Student
What do you say to a panhandler when asked for spare
lealth Service director said in his annual budget

request that "the plaster is falling, paint is peeling, change Personally? I tell them there is no such thing. as spare BRIAN DONERLYOPINION
and floors and stairwells need attention." change. *

At that same time UF Health Service Ad. Spare-changers have never been among my favorite people. L
ministrator Stephen J. Pritz predicted, perhaps Nevertheless, I think that the anti-panhandling ordinance
only.half in jest,' "one of,these days, it's going to proposed by the Gainesville City Commission is a disaster.
For some reason, members of the commission have decided
fall down Ground our ears. 4 I'm that would take W.S. "Tiny" Talbot or JamesG.
that Gainesville street people have to be controlled. The sure no one
The amount of available space is pitifully small rationale usually given is that they are bothering innocent Richardson, the chief proponents of' the ordinance I for
for an infirmary that has seen as many at 478 people, and that they.are BAD FOR BUSINESS, a cardinalsin. sparechangers.
ailing students in one day. Commissioner Green's remark would apply to anyone
of incident in which freakylookingperson and freaky looking however. ',Every long hair is
And no one knows how many students have Much is made an some young
stole a hamburger from a customer atWhat-A-Burger. definitely a potential burger thief.
contracted disease while in the
a sitting
contageous I don't think that the commissioners are seriously contendingthat There are, I realize some legitimate rights being violatedby
cramped waiting lobby with other infected passing an ordinance against panhandling will make the panhandlers: the property rights of store owners. But
students. stealing hamburgers any more illegal than it is now., there are already laws against trespass. It isn't necessary to
Last November Shaara predicted that space Nor do I think they believe that yelling "Stop you criminalize the harmless if annoying institution of
problems in the infirmary may one day cause the panhandler" will work any better than yelling "Stop you panhandling to get at trespassers.This .
thief." approach is typical of the actions of the commissionand
state Board of Health to revoke the infirmary'shospital
So how is this new ordinance going to stop the wanton theft government bodies in general. If the state is having
license. of hamburgers from What-A-Burger customers? trouble defending the legitimate rights of people, it will make
Granted, the administration has spent $400,000over I can only think of one answer, and it's not pretty. Perhapsthe its job easier by criminalizing an activity that is more easily
the last year to correct some long standing fire commissioners feel that future burger thefts can' be reached.
violations and to build a new addition to the in prevented by locking up freaky-looking people on charges of Vagrancy laws have traditionally been used for this pur-
firmary. But even the additional space, when aggravated spare-changing before they even get to What-A- pose. They've been having a tough time \\n the courts lately.
Burger. however,so a panhandling ordinance should fill the bill.
won't meet the needs of
completed, nearly a Even better, if street people are harassed regularly enough, Conflicts between.civil liberties and "efficiency" in law
growing student body. Gainesville might lose its attraction for them, leaving the enforcement are all too often resolved in favor of the latter.
The Board of Regents had 'intended to ask the streets safe -for hamburger eaters once again. One last thought in this area:
flbrida Legislature 'for money to build a new Freshman commissioner Aaron Green seems to have I don't know how the ordinance will finally turn out with
infirmary in 1978, but they dropped that idea last anticipated some of these problems. At the last commission respect to penalties but I wonder if anyone has thought about
meeting, he argued that anyone who walks on the street can the consequences of finding panhandlers
November, ironically at the same meeting that
be considered a panhandler. I could just see being approached by someone who ays:
they decided to request $120 million for new mass Of course, that's not quite accurate. ,Some people look "Hey man, have you got some spare change? -I've only got
seating facilities at eight of the nine universities. respectable enough to avoid being arrested for,panhandling. until Tuesday to pay off this fine for panhandling."
So, having been dropped as a priority by the

Regents, the chances of getting state money for a

new infirmary are quite slim. The Independent Ron Cunninghom; Tom Shroder
SG Health Director Laura McDonald has Editor-in-Chief Newt Editor .

proposed financing a new infirmary by adding an Florida Alligator
additional $1 or more to the present student health '

fee. But we see no need to charge students more Cllr, U"\I':au Douglas Hatch Mindi felmon .
Managing Editor Editor
when the surplus student building money already IP layout
Marston has taken a now or never" stand on the R A'Ton/Kendzior. ..... ..t. .. ........... ...t t.....t............General Manager Published by .
mass seating .facility, placing the "burden of James V.Cook ., ...... .... .. ... .,..... ..... .. ... ...Atslstant General Manager CampusCommunications
proof' on those ''who oppose it to' show other Mrs. Evelyn Best .,.. .. ...;;.9.*"! *. *.,. *. .. ...Administrative Auistant
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President Marston. an MD himself, would place Tom MacNamara'..,... .. .......4..' h.,.,,.t;... .. ..oo..o" ..Accountant P.O. Box 14257 Station.
such a structure above the 'health needs of his Keith Vincent .. ... .. ..... .. .. .... ,............, ...... Advertising Director Golneiville. Florida University with offices behind
students. Elizabeth J.,Winter .."......... .....,. .... .. ..... ..oo..Advertisinglecr.tory the College Inn. 1728 West University
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above loyaltyEditor 4 _

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George Bentley is my friend. I am his chaplain, priest, and
pastor. I know him to be a man of integrity, courage, and
honesty. He very well may have been disloyal to his boss
because he is a man who holds honesty and integrity above
loyalty to an arbitrary system. If loyalty is a top priority to iI
Dean Bob Burton Brown then Bentley probably should go.
He is a skilled enough administrator and negotiator in his I rir1I
own right to assure he will not be washed away in the cleaning
water. So fortunately George Bentley will not be lost to UF
nor even to University College. (UC) But what UC does seem
to be in danger of losing at the administration level are valuesof
integrity, courage, and honesty.
Professor Bentley is assured a place on the faculty where he
can teach his values. Meanwhile the machine behind him !
rolls on doing its own brand of teaching values. In this case I

hope Brown's George actions.Bentley's words will speak louder than Dean I "pir IIIfJ "' '''' '! rijii: jJMII\ 11J *1H

John D. Ta1bird, Jr.
Episcopal Chaplain to the
University of Florida 0 soon'It) "Pfi awusw; 6C5Wk AlW Flan'.'. ,

I Ozone cans may be harmful to aerosol layer :I

NEW YORK, 1995 Businessmen from countries .., man-made aeresol layer brought a sudden stimulation to the
throughout the world met today in Paris to discuss methods of economy. New lines of protective clothing and homes becamea
saving the aeresol layer. T RANDY WEISS necessity in guarding against deadly ultraviolet radiation.But .
In the meeting of the "International. Alliance of suddenly last winter two Austrian scientists developeda
Businessmen to Ban' Ozone Sprays," members "voted SATIRE spray that eats away at the aeresol layer. It has the power to
unanimously to prohibit the.sale, distribution and productionof recreate a natural ozone layer. Protective homes and clothing )
the new gas ozone. would be unnecessary and useless. The possible business
The committee blasted ozone as a "direct 'threat .to the ramifications are frightful. .
democratic principle of free enterprise." WINGLE WAS one of the most influential proponents of "WE WOULD BE moving backward into the pastre-
UNITED STATES Representative and corporate magnate aeresol spray."I establishing those dreadful years of free natural resources.
H.G. Wingle labeled ozone spray "a more dangerous weapon saw the need for the elimination of the ozone layer. At Those two kooks don't see the implications of what they're
against the capitalistic system" than the environmental that time the economy was in a bad way. We needed a good doing. they're allowed to continue,our entire civilization as
decisions of Congress in the late 1960's. shot in the arm to save the system.So a few of us began a wt know it today will be lost forever," Wingle said.
Wingle had much to do with the elimination of the natural thorough advertising campaign to promote the use of aeresol There is much disagreement in the business community
resources of the world. He was instrumental in the planningand spray. The elimination of the ozone layer became top concerning the amount of time we have until the aeresol layer
development the aeresol layer. priority." is depleted. We are in the hands of the businessmen. If they
"I'm proud to say I was the one who put a price tag on the As expected, the replacement of the ozone layer by the do not act soon it will be too late.
use of water and air. In the early days of the movement we
had to manipulate and lie to people until they came around
and saw that the economy and not the environment was of

rThe upmost I I concern." Independent "'" How can Allison serve two masters ? ,I

I Florida Alligator

EDITOR: Dr. Lucille Tuesday,.July 29, .1975. tantamount to placing the fox challenge those superiors and.
Wilson raised a good and I, too, wonder how Mr. to monitor the henhouse, and thereby, place what I am toldis
Rick Adelman Gory Bolonoff timely question ,regarding Allison can serve two masters would only result in Tigert a very handsome salary in
Sports Editor Aisf. News Editor James Allison's proposed dual and effectively' function in "cgvenng its tracks" and jeopardy if he and his
roles as Affirmative Action both capacities inasmuch as preparing and mounting a superiors should disagree
John Moran Officer and Equal Em. the responsibilities of the two "case" against the aggrieved philosophically regardingwhat
Photo Editor ploymeht Opportunities positions are Inherently person. an affirmative action
Coordinator, respectively as conflicting, to say nothing of Lest we forget that Blacks program should consist of?
"' reported in your newspaper the fact that each position is a arrived on these (American) MAY I suggest that you ask
full time one in itself. shores having literally been Mr. Allison exactly what he
:./\.' ... .; ;. ,:" n tt A.k..- t ,.'" It was due to this very sold down the river to has done to date toward
I semblance that, say, the City slaveowners by their own implementing a meaningful
ArtM1; of Gainesville removed its' chieftains. Forewarned is affirmative action program
municipal court from the forearmed the wise old adage, and give your readers a
police station some years ago, goes. comprehensive report.
as before such move one felt IT IS MY opinion and that Many, many people are
convicted even before appearing of many others that Mr. questioning his activities and
before the judge.I Allison's present physical talking among themselves, I
THINK the Blacks and arrangment in Tigert Hall and such in-depth interest
other minorities would do leaves a great deal to be reporting would pose a real
h themselves a great disserviceto desired as it represents service to the several minority
allow the University administration grotesque "window dressing"of groups at 'UF and, I suspect,
to shunt them the ugliest sort. to the community at large.
their right to take charges of Can one be expected to For several reasons I would
discrimination directly! to t the vigorously thrust affirmative! just, soon you withhold my
: Ii n-. appropriate federal agencies. action policies with a great name, including the fact that
Such right has been given' amount of zeal" when he'is 'I I don't'" think it necessary to
and promulgated by various literally within whistling the substance of this letter.
Congressional' Acts and distance of the president and Then too, apparently
Executive Orders signed by vice president to whom he is vindictiveness still abounds "
the President of the United responsible and against whomhe as Brown-George '
/ States. To bring such chargesof is supposed to act? Burton
discrimination to the attention Beyond such cozy proximal Bentley story also in the above
of Mr. Allison and arrangement can any man be mentioned edition.
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By KEVIN BLOOM theft," Holliman said. "I 1 can take a pair of ,.-' ':., 'f
Staff Writer bolt and chain I've '+. 1 ly ?'
Alligator cutters, go through any \ v' (
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Once bike is stolen chances are slim it SAID another factor in the :if,':: ..

will ever be recovered.: high theft rate is,that not enough studnts are \t.' .. "
While the percentage of students vigilant with regaad to their bicycles. t tt Wti n..ti r k
recovering a stolen bicycle was higher during "We've; had theft reports where a student
the month of July than any other month this watfcpd,in and reported a bike stolen that sat
year, University Police Department (UPD) in the same place unattended t toc\hree days."
Captain Vernon Holliman said the chances of Holliman said.. "How are you going to pinpoint Y ,
recovery are "not good by any means." the time it was stolen in a complaint like t.1 .
STATISTICALLY a student having had a that?" i1
bicycle stolen has about a 17 per cent chance Holliman said immediate report of bike
of recovery according to UPD figures. theft is the best course for a student to take so a .r
In other words, about one of six bikes that police can begin looking for the thief as
stolen are recovered.The soon as possible.
problem of bike theft at UF has SERGENT EARL CREWS of UPD,
!steadily increased for a number of reasons recalled one instance in which a "suspicious

according. to Holliman. person",was pulled over and asked to show
.* "To begin with I don't know of any device, proof of ownership of the bicycle he was
available that can secure a bike against riding. Crews said the man failed to do so
however no report had been tiled on the bike. Y ky.x N N4 'WRRa4
"Fifteen minutes after":e let that guy go we
got a report that that bike was stolen." Crews .+x xW
Holliman said although from time to time,
certain'areas on campus are plagued with
high incidents of theft "nowhere on this
campus could be considered safe from theft."
"IT REALLY doesn't matter where on
campus any ten speed bike is fair game for

The thieves. Holliman said, are mostly off
campus juveniles and for the summer
quarter, predominantly black.
"About 75 per cent of the thieves are from
off-campus, Holliman said some of whom are
professional but most are black juveniles that

come on campus initially through programs
sponsored by the university.
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'THEY SEE all these bikes around and
come back at night to pick them up."
Holliman made a deliniation between a
juvenile who steals a bicycle for personal use
and the"professional who sets'up a buyer out
of town before he even steals the bikes."
The difference is in the number stolen.
Holliman said.
"WE HAD an incident the other day whereour
officers found three bikes with the chainscut

;pi f ? but still on the racks. Later that day we .
got a report on three more that were stolen
from the same rack," Holliman said. "Ob
y scared off in the middleof .. _...
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the heist.
Night is i the obvious time for' theft SECURITY DEVICES I

Holliman M. said, but the afternoon and eveningto .no guarantee against thefts

"Naturally it's easier to steal at night but detail ot six officers to patrol the campus to What constitutes "suspicious"\ is up to the
you wouldn't' believe how smooth some peopleare aprehend thieves in the! process ot theft and discretion of the officer.
in broad daylight," Holliman said." while making off with the goods.In ANYONE discovered in posession of stolen

"Sometimes a guy will walk up to a bike witha cases where thefts are promptly property can be charged with theft. a
-- --W -- of bolt and the chain 'fast
pair cutters cut so reported descriptions are given to patroling misdemeanor unless the assessed cost of the
THEFTS INCREASE it looks like he just bent down to unlock it." officers who have the authority to stop.. bike is in excess of$100. Lying about proof of
I any bike fair game ONCE TAKEN, a bicycle is not necessarilylost "suspicious persons" and request proof of ownership can result in additional charges of
to the owner. UPD has assigned a special ownership. receiving stolen property.

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Presidents study

visitation policy/

Is not big enoughfor

s everyone / Alligator Staff Writer .
The State Council of Student Body Presidents will try to
persuade the Board of Regents to allow each state universityto
Reserve now to be certain of FaN occupancy. determine its own visitation policy.At .

the present the State University System determines the
Closest to Campus .Fully Furnished visitation policy for all nine state schools.
Master TV Antenna Dishwasher JIM EATON, UF student body president said. "The nine,
Pool, Sauna .laundry Facilities state universities have different needs and the visitation policy
should not be blanketed but made'so that would meet the
1231 S.W. 3rd Amu HOURS: '" needs of each university."
According Eaton on August 26 the university system
MON.- FRI. 1:30: to 5P.M. Council of Student Affairs Vice Presidents will meet with the

372-3557 state student body presidents in Wakulla Springs to discuss
l Some of the friendliest people In Gainesville J the proposal and hopefully take it before the Regents at its
I September 8 meeting for approval.. ,,
"TO ENFORCE tht same visitation policy on a UF
graduate student living in Beaty Towers as is enforced on ,
It's time to..... freshmen is idiocy," Eaton said.
In a related matter Gary Gunter Senate member. is
working on a plan to give the students a choice in forming
Get out the visitaion policy if Regents,approve the proposal.
"President Marston asked me to draw up a plan to provide
students with a choice of lifestyles, "Gunter said.
scissors againlU GUNTER'S differentiated plan included having dormitories '
with either no visitation 24 hour visitation or the

Clip these and save SSSat present visitation.The .
coupons present visitation policy for UF permits visiting between .
opposite sexes from 2 p.m. until midnight on Sunday
City through Thursday and from 2 p.m.until 2 a.m.on. Friday'and

Saturday."If .
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Any pair I the State Council of Student Body President's plan does
/O 1 not receive approval then the differentiated plan will be
1 I Muntz, IDI, or 25 / presented to the Regents for UF," Gunter said. r
I off I II Sparkomatlc I Y; I t
price I
Car Speakers i

ANY offI Trial date set for suit

1 CT1 1 I I Off I I I IThe

j J.I.L., or with purchase j any I All against Honor Court

I Audlovox I I I
Car 'Radio, car radio guitar I Harmonicas I' Honor Court which when the suit was filed she
had its share of cheating trials
I S-Track. or 1 track or strap j I this year will go on trial said.The suit was filed after the
j Cassette Deck I cassette player I I itself in October.The Honor Court refused to open
Coupon Good ThN I Coupon Good Thru I Coupon Good Thru I Coupon Good Thru I IAug. suit filed in Februaryby hearings concerning students
.9, 1975 Aug.9, 1975 t Aug.9, 1975 Aug.9, 1975 I The Alligator, the suspected of cheating.
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r Gainesville Sun. and
I 1 I Free student Judy Collins to open
1 30 % $1.00 1/2 OH Honor Court hearings to the
I t record t public will be tried on Oct. 17
in Alachua County Courthouse ) Tuesday's Alligator,
Off I OH I All $10.95 UF attorney Thomas stag writer Frank Rinella
I cleaning .
1 I t Biggs said.THE incorrectly credited Dr.
I Any brand Any 5.' or and $9.95 TWO remaining, Dinesh O. Shah with drawinga
1 6.9s hst cloth defendants named in the suit picture on oil recovery. Gail
Diamond are UF President Robert Q. Clifford of learning resources
C-120 I Album with Marston and Honor Court drew the picture with
or I Tipped ; t Chancellor Byron Peterson references from a similar
Blank .7." List Phono this Collins said. drawing in "Oil Gas and
I The names of the Production" an engineeringbook
Cassettes a.Tr and t Needles remaining Honor Court published by the
cassette coupon officials were removed from University of Oklahoma
I Good Thru the suit because of the Press. The Alligator
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Pogo IZ The 'lndpnd Florida Alligator, Thursday, August 7. 1175 t ',, '

I Cutbacks mean fewer faculty ff;, ,

Service positionsface Faculty budget cut-

eliminationor to avoid shortage

downgrading Alligator Staff Writer

a t More students can expect Instruction from fewer faculty
IK LINDA WISNIEWSKI during the 1976-77 fiscal year.
'\AfflgatorSuffWrUer } UF is reducing the number of faculty lines next year to
UF will again be able to hire career service employes but avoid using "support doll an'* funds used for operating
the quality of the staff may suffer. expenses,capital outlay expenses or graduate student salaries
)I-All general education colleges are cutting their career to pay general education faculty salaries as was don this
service salary budgets by a total of approximately $200.000 year ((1975-76)), UF Vice President for Academic Attain
UF Vice President for-Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said. Robert Bryan said.A .
1 THE UF JDEAN.S' have achieved this salary reduction by > FACULTY LINE is a teaching position financed tfy they
eliminating Vsome vacant career service positions and state.
"downgrading" reclassifying positions to a lower level All general education colleges must reduce their number of
so enough money remains in their budget to pay career service faculty lines by June 30 1976 for the coming 1976-77 fiscal
salaries for all.the positions remaining in their college and lift year he said.
the freeze. Bryan said. ., Bryan added that the freeze on general education faculty
education deans submitted lists to the ''
.General college positions will continue "indefinitely.
Office of Academic Affairs last week that specified which ROBERT BRYAN COLLEGES in the general education budget include all
career service positions had been reclassified O eliminated in avoid using suPpOrt dollars'justification. UF colleges except those that are agriculture or health-
their respective colleges to make up for budget cuts he said. related. .

Employer who will occupy currently vacant downgraded Bryan said. Bryan emphasized that only vacant faculty positions or
positions will perform fewer duties than required in the Bryan termed the department's decision "absolutely incomprehensible positions that become vacant during the 1975-76 fiscal year
original position. College deans will decide which duties can ." would be affected by the reductions.
be eliminated in each college he said. THE CAREER SERVICE freeze would have been lifted Bryan estimated the elimination of faculty lines will save
FOR EXAMPLE, a,dean could decide to downgrade a I Ut week but nowUF must send a letter to the department UF approximately $477,000.He < .
vacant clerk-typist III position which requires typing and eiplaining the reason for downgrading each position Bryan added he did not know how many faculty lines would be
shorthand ability-to a clerk-typist II position which pays a said.The cut because he has to instruct UF's deans on the proceduresto'
lower salary and merely requires typing ability. Bryan said. lifting of the freeze will not be delayed for a significant use in reducing faculty Tines.
Colleges in the general education budget include all UF period of time. Bryan said, adding it win be just a matter ofsending BRYAN ALSO declined to say what procedure will be used
colleges except those that are agriculture or health-related. the justification letters to Tallahassee before the to cut the faculty lines.

Each college was assigned a specific amount of career freeze is lifted. .This year UF had to dip into its "support dollars" funds to
service salary money that had to be cut from their budget. However. UF Personnel Director: Robert Button said he did finance faculty salaries because it could not meet its "faculty
HOWEVER a recent letter from the Department of not agree with Bryan's interpetation of the letter. lapse rate."
Administration will delay the lifting of the fivemontholdcareer BUTTON SAID he "believed" the letter removed UPs of
The "faculty (lapse rate" is the total' amount salary
service employe' freeze. authority to downgrade career service positions completely.An .
money that does not have to be paid for vacant positions.
The letter removed the authority of UF and other state interpolation of the letter from the Board of Regents
THIS YEAR, because of the tight job market and low
service withoutBy will be UF week he said.
agencies to "downgrade" career positions sent to next
employe turnover UF's projected faculty lapse rate droppedto
approximately IVi per cent of all faculty positions instead
_ Banks hike free checking balance of remaining at the traditional 2'h per cent.
The percentage drop'left the Office of Academic Affairs the
job of coming up with an additional $477.000 that had to be

H.B. GOLDBERG the minimum balance for Frank. vice president and Bank. he said.SPOKESMEN. paid in faculty salaries. .
Affifater Staff Writer "free checking" July*! from cashier. He said the bank for11 Office of Academic Affairs decided to cut each general
"Free checking is getting $100 to!5200 and starter could no longer afford to Gainesville banks said the education college capital outlay and operating expense
more expensive in Gainesville. Bank ae announced it trill* increase continue the $100 minimum decision whether! to increasethe budget by a total of 60 per cent to help pay for its faculty,
One bank} has doubled the the minimum balance balance. minimum balance for Bryan said.CAPITAL.
minimum balance required frjfen $100 to $250 September Charter Bank also decidedto "free checking" was or wouldbe OUTLAY funds finance office and lab
fort "free checking". and I. raise the minimum balanceto made only in light of the equipment and building repairs.
;another win more than double Banks'; planning to meet rising operating costs. situation at each bank. Operating expense funds are used to finance office and
the' amount in September. maintain the $99 or $100 ,said Randy Coleman! Three banks planning to classroom supplies and the general maintenance of ,the
However the other six minimum balance are assistant vice president and continue the $99 or $100 college.
Gainesville banks plan to Atlantic Bank.. Atlantic First cashier.The costs of supplies minimum balance for now are Bryan admitted the reduction of faculty lines would create
continue the $99 or $100 National Bank. First City salaries and postage have all able to do so because the higher 5tlldent.facultY'ratios hi general education colleges
minimum balance for now. liank. Florida National risen he? said.Colcman money brought in from "free although he said a projected two per cent enrollment increasefor
"FREE CHECKING" is a Bank. Peoples Bjuk and Sun said Charter checking" accounts offsets fiscal year 1976-77 will create new faculty lines.
svttem where no service Bank. .S* Bank's decision to* raise the the costs of checking ex- New lines are vgned to each state university by the Board
charges are made as long as a UNIVERSITY .CITY minimum balance was painedthclrspokesmen.Thethree\ of Regents according to enrollment.
certain balance is maintainedin BANK raised the minimum confpletdy independent. His are the Sun Bank However, the faculty line increase will not take up the !slack
the account. balance to keep pace with bank was not following the Atlantic Bank and Atlantic created by the planned reduction of faculty lines next year
University City Bank raised rising costs said !Lyman action of University City First National Bank. Bryan said.BRYAN.

; In addition to investing REVEALED; #\ s plan to reduce faculty lines in i!
money tj'om the minimum recent academic deans meeting and received no objection-
Infirmary- tlance,? deposits to make from the deans. [tt
I money, the banks indirectly !However, University College Dean Bob Burton Brown
from page 3) receive business through "free quipped the plan was designed to "encourage the deans t(
checking. Newsavings poison the faculty coffeepot."
"Until last year the Board of Regents had alive funding for a new building must be put up by account*. are often opened
sear plan for university buildings to be the Infirmary: itself or else legislative with the checking accounts
built between 1975-180. A new infirmary for appropriation." Webb said. and othrr banking services Seating facility to be
UF,was recently cut out of that plan becausethe Shaara estimated that based on the size of also are used. spokespersonsat
regents did not consider it a necessity.. the student body and the square footage the three banks said.
Sha'ara said.ISHAARA. needed to senke: the students the cost of a SUN BANK rejtntly has discussed on Diajogue
4 IS hopeful that using the $14 new infirmary would be about $4 million. had a considerable increase in
million in surplus student funds for a mass Shaara said he finds the Infirmary's size 'new "free checking" accounts .
seating facility will set a precedent for the and layout to be its"biggest problem. said Kate B. Dempsey. The and '
funding of other UF buildings. "The Infirmary was built in 1931 to be an assistant banking officer. tint .pros cons of making a mass-seating facility th
"E'mlx1d.ants new buildings, the in-patient hospital. It functions priority for UF's share of surplus student building fund
now as a outpatient She attributed increased will
tljf t be discussed
education department the journalism: :hool..t dink- which.makes the Infirmary's business to the" minimum on VYRUF-AM's ."Dialogue". show tonighat
10:05 .;:
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want the adminhution to set up 3 list ofWWirg'priortties. layout i bad far our needs. We just don't hate balance increases at the two p.m.Gainesvile t-
We don't care about our enough space.he: said. other Gainesville banks. Afjyorjcommisvoner Joseph:: Little and I>'
r\cat location on the list. we just wart to Shaara explained that the needs of an outpatient Spokesmen for the other Mass Kenneth Finger, chairma'n: of the Ad Hoc Committee for
know that we're on the list. Shaara S.1 G. clinic call for a mainly one level three banks planning to proposal.-Scating Facility are. .scheduled to speak i in.fa\or of th
.\ ..na.c Director of I'nnersity. Planning facilnt. The current facifigr bas three flights maintain the! $99 or S100 DR. j
Neil Webb said there has been discussion of ot stairs and ants one tkr. er. minimum ha"'rr h "the.a 'icslth: RICHARD SIIAARA, director of'.llie UF Stu : rrurbut' tha' funsflm "WE'VE TRIED fvcn. .. 5riCCS 'S JIlted I. speak'agalntttb i fruity I being
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lndpndnt' Florida Alligator.Thurtdoy August 7, 1t75o Pogo 13

Nutrition program improves diets I

By JOSE SARI EGO workers may contact the aides about a family
Alligator Staff Writer they think needs help.

"SOME PEOPLE meet us on corners or in
When the nutrition aide arrived at her first ,
grocery stores because they're embarrassed.
assignment, she almost fainted from the smellin
Anne Pruitt head aide in Alachua County
the household.
said. "This is especially true of older white
In the corner of the house there were bags "
and bags of garbage with rats ,r, s i people.
crawling all a
icy Pruitt said the program in Alachua county
over started with 20 aides working under Marion
.ON A TABLE in the kitchen was a plastic Buckland.But .
gallon jug with'milk in the bottom and dozens
now there are only eight aides left she
ol roaches dead inside and crawling all over it. said. and there has not been any hiring of new

"The" smell was so bad ,that I began to get aides for five years because no funds, are
sick, she said. "But like someone at a high available from the county.
altitude I just didn't look down to prevent THE AIDES receive three weeks of trainingin
losing my balance." food and nutrition plus instruction in
,111 I hey gave me a little box to sit on and teaching methods Marie Hammer a UP
roaches started to crawl over my legs," she associate professor who works with the
continued. "I just pretended they were program, said.
mosquitoes.! Among the many things the aides teach the
THE AIDE is one dt 800 caseworkers families
are money management merchandising
Florida's Expanded Nutrition program an key nutrients the food stamp
extension service of the Institute of Food and .program and the metric system she said.
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) of the U S. They also teach food preparation storage

Department of Agriculture.The and how to achieve a balanced diet.
I program was launched nationwide in "Everything that you can think of related to
November 1968 to improve the dietary levels ,nutrition we teach" she said.
of low-income families through education in PRUIT STRESSED that the program r
lood and nutrition. provides no services but only education in the
Solving sanitation problems like these are area of proper nutrition.To .
also a part of the education of l low-income measure improvement in diet par.

families many of whom don't, know the ,** F'r ticipating families must, be able to recall all
connection between clean cooking areas and the food they ate in the past 24 hours when
good: nutrition. they first join and every six months thereafter
THE PROGRAM employs Hammer said.
paraprofessionals who work with low income The families are kept in the program for no
lamilics.l longer than three years. but may be dropped
.There are more than 15 million Americans a N any time before that if they do not show an

classified as poor (less than $3.600 a year for a interest in the program. Hammer said.
family of tour.) "If they haven't learned to eat right after

Many millions ((the figures have never been goy tnree years they never will," she said.
accurately compiled) sutler from malnutrition So tar, the program in Florida has helped
through poverty ignorance or disease.IN 30.000) families ((120.000 persons), of which 36
ALACHUA COUNTY, the total per cent are on welfare and 53 per cent receive

..umber of poor cannot be calculated and food stamps program records show.
social service agencies. such as the food stamp MOST FAMILIES are most lacking in
(office do not keep statistics on malnutrition.But milk fruit and vegetable foods. Hammer said.
the problem still exists in the richest r4DORA The aides help the families make the best use
and most! economically advanced country in of what they can afford she said.
the world as the nutrition aides can tell you. For instance many families did not know
The Expanded Nutrition program with a how to use the powdered milk distributed by
grant of SI I million in Florida came about to MITCHELL the federal governments commodity

try to help millions of malnourished people in now eats well I distribution program.
America have a n adequate diet. This is a program where surplus
The program works like this: agricultural foods are distributed to the poor
ONE TRAINED home economist is used to The paraprofessionals. or "aides", usually may need help with nutrition. through comity welfare offices.
train as many as IS paraprofessionals to workin from the community they will work with try Sometimes friends refer families to the LARGE AMOUNTS of the highly
the community. to get in touch with low income families that aides or doctors or other social serviceWILLIE nutritious milk was thrown away by the poor

because it was difficult to mix. Hammer said.

New diet s'anitarysteps But although the aides concentrate on
nutrition there are many others things the
aides teach their client families Pruitt said.
aid family' The aides expose the families to medical
and.social Services which they may have not

B1 JOSE SARI EGO known about before she said.
IN ADDITION the aides human
as a
Alligator Staff Writer,
contact with people,who are all but forgottenin
Three Mar White and her 92-year-old mother
years ago.
the poor sections of the state."This .
,shared their food, with roaches. "
is of our work, Pruitt said.
Now. thanks to the help of Expanded Nutrition aide Anne part
"We make people feel' better ,about them
Pruitt.the White household is free of the pests. selves."
lives in Evinston north of the southern
WHITE,65 who just
On one occasion Pruitt helped one of her
Alachua County line knows the worth of, the Expanded families make Christmas decorations out of

Nptrition Program. used coffee cans.
When Pruitt first came: to her house White and her mother The to be .
program appears a huge success.In
were eating anything they could get, anytime they could get it. a three year period. the'following changesin
M Xty At "We just ate anything we wanted to" White said. "We nutritional practices occured: '
didn't have no set dinner time. We ate plenty oft'ood. but weweren't e The number of families in the program
cooking it right." with an adequate serving of milk product
White was eating mainly grain-related foods and Pruitt increased from 27 per cent to 63 per cent.
said roaches were eating much of her food. CI The number of program families with an
.t THEY WERE also dumping their garbage out 'a back adequate serving of meat products increased

window Pruitt said. I from 75 per cent to 90 per cent.
Now. after graduating from the program and three years o The number of families with an
after the first meeting with Pruitt. the refrigerator is full of adequate serving of vegetables and fruits

nutritious foods such as fruits eggs. peas. okra. sausage. meat increased from 16 per cent to 50 per cent.
and chicken. C The number of families with an

t .yYY. Ac The trash is no longer dumped outside and the family no adequate serving of bread and cereals in.
{ longer suffers from ill health. creased from 35 per cent to 69 per cent.
White was first referred to the ENP by her family doctor BUT DESPITE the successes the program
who noticed her poor health was probably. caused bytalnutrition. i is hurting for aides to cover the state. With
only eight aides for all of Alachua county
"She (Pruitt) learned us a lot" White said. "We wercn t there are many needy families which are left
eating right\ We didn't II.nohow to eat. M)' mother ((Dora out.

Mitchell now 1)5)) was verv sick and wouldn't cat, but now she ".I hat (eight aides) is not really enough to

'....'.. I I j cats ver\ well. help everybody who needs help" Pruitt said.
1.I .... ---r. :::;;:; -- better." she continued. "I \'en'kk
,. "I FEEL much was "We try to help people get on their feet and
WHITE for pug 28) then m'o\e on to the next family."
ill health disappeared

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Orange and BrewA

hell of a place to get lit

I By SHARON 4LFORD Lunch-time is busy, according to the good-
Alligator SUIT Writer looking number behind the cash register. But
I by 2:30: p.m. the hungry masses have
And so I was sitting there getting blitzedout dissipated and the degenerated Cirrhosis of
of my mind when it occurred to me that the Liver Lifers have staked out their
the Orange and Brew was a hell of a j joint. territory.
i Tiled carpet quasi-French doors blessed air THE ORANGE AND BREW is spacious.
conditioning, two color TV's,' piped in rock Which can be a problem when one withes to
music, food, beer God, a drunk's dream. hide one's quivering body in a secluded
It's so so, new. You can smell it. There'snone corner. But there is a corner, by God. And
of that sickly driedbeeronthefloorodor. that's a point in its favor.
As yet. (That was one of the quaint
The food is good. Another
plus. Alkies
things we all knew and loved about the old
need to cat too you know. You order the
(,7 Cuban sandwich by the inch. A bit peculiar. I
THE ONLY yuk thing about the place is might add. "I'll have a six-inch Cuban, uh
it's location. It's on campus. Generally, one sandwich." (Giggle, giggle.)
prefers to get their rocks,off as far away from Not much else can be said about the place.
the old orange and blue as possible. Other than it's about time we had a decent,
Preferably Cincinnati. But one does what clean place to tie one on. '
one can when one has just flunked a political AND WHAT else can one ask for in a life
science mid-term. Get thee to the brewery filled with quarters dropadds and crazed
and quick. biology teachers?

low NO Rat won't really hurt

by competitionOvertonBy

Alligator Staff Writer let me tell you, the Munich Hauf.braunaus -
its not but it does have some atmosphere
After a week of being on-the-wagon, an ice despite the pinball machines.
cold beer sounded pretty damned good. So I
stolled past old Buckman Hall historical I was curious-what will happen to the old
landmark and one of UF's contributions to Rat now that the Orange and IJrew is open?
the bicentennial. APPARENTLY no one has noticed.
Bartender Philip Breeze said "I'm not
...- -. ..,.-""" worried about it, I don't control the place. I
I was looking for excitement
some and
ORANGE AND BREW photo by |Joe skipper just sell beer."
perhaps a conversation with some dashing
I .the food is good too young graduate student. "Both bars willprobably happily coexist
because they cater to different chentclle. They
have no amplified music over there," he said.

The Rat was strikingly barren. When I
walked in. at the most ten people sat in the
dimly lit travern. Breeze said in the old dayson
a big night there would be about 550

people therrROBERT.

.e OVERTON, ''Food Service
Director for UF, said he was not worried
... .' about competition with the Orange and Brew,
although they have noticed a drop in business
since it opened."A .

14..'," ,;., .' ; \ :," competitive spirit, campus is good.
.Iiif The students will benefit by Jhe variety the
'. ." '" two places wilt provide" he said.
He added that both places will be busy in
: I i September when the normal load of students

"'Jt return.

IN SEPTEMBER, the Rat will be'selling
pizza. "The very best pizza we can get. We've

already ordered, the ovens" he..j, said. enthusiastically

I'r Overton said it's doubtful that the Rat will

.. ., '.. really be .hurt by the opening of the Orangeand
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It now becomes a question of location. An
engineering student said "he would be
frequenting the Orange ;and Brew while an
Arts and Science. student said he'd probably
;KO: to the Rat., .

Whatover you decide, you'll-do\ well to
photo by bob wool-. remember that I Rat's motto (written in undecipherable -
RATHSKELLER German on the wall), "Good
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II Independent Florida Alligator.Thursday,Awg vrt 7, 1975,fog IS j,_

"Why Do The Heathen Rii r?"

,' Psalm 2
and Acts
ARournD TOWrn

The rage of. the heathen, or unbelievers: in.The God of the Bible. The Book of Hisrevelation 4
of Himself:' to man is especially aimed at His Moral law His Ten Com-
mand cnt$. The Commandments: have a special claim for' recognition consideration
and honor, lor several reasons that none of the other Scriptures haveThev
were spoken audibly by Cod to the nation of Israel out of the midst of fire enveloping Mt.
Sinai. The sight was so fearful and terrible"they that heard entreated that the word
should not be spoken any more;"(For they could not endure that which was commanded
And terrible was the sight that "Moses
so said. I exceedingly fear and quake ").
Hebrews 12:19: 21. ,
Consider what sights may be in store for you and me when our spirit leaves this "house
of clay" tor it's "long Home!". And again. "And He (God) gave unto Moses two tablex
of'testimony tables of stone,written with the finger of God And Moses turned and went
down from the mount and the two tables of testimony were in his hand; the tables were
written on both their sides; on the one side and on the other were they written. And the By SIIEILA'DRAPER HIPPODROME 1540 NW 53re Ave. -
tables were the work of God and the writing of God graven upon the tables". Exodus Alligator Staff Writer The new location of the theater provides'a
31:18:: and J2:IS. '16. Again we say in view of the way they were: given to man. spoken and ALIBI LOUNGE 3333 W. University Ave. larger stage for the current production.
written with the linger of God they deserve our special attention and consideration! Fandango will perform their acoustic folk "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown." by
When Moses got back down to the camp. he found the people idol Anderson Productions. It's
worshiping an a tunes beginning at 9 p.m. this weekend. No a solid show and
golden calf! In his anger he threw the two tables down and broke them! However in spiteof cover. you are up for some solid entertainment. TIC
his anger at the people he pleaded with God not to destroy them as He had BEEF AND BOTTLE-5220 SW 13th St. simplistic Charles Schulz philosophy is
threatened, and to make of Moses a great nation! God heard his prayer. and spared Peter Lang who has recorded with Leo something you'll enjoy hearing. The musicalwill
them utter destruction. "And The Lord said unto Moses. Hew thee two tables of stone Kottke and John Fahey,will be playing the six be performed tonight through Sunday..'
like unto the first and I will write upon these tables the words that were in the first and 12 string guitars at the Entertainer's and Aug. 13-17. 2024. For reservations or
tables which thou breakest", Exodus 34:1.: After breaking the tables that were the work Lounge Tuesday through Saturday at 9 and information call 375-HIPP.: The price is 53Ebut .
of God he was ordered himself to hew two tables of stone and present them to God for II p.m. He's,a fantastic finger picker who is no matter it's worth it. Look for a review
His linger to write upon them the same Commandments that were in the first stones. fast flashy and clean. No cover. There is a ORANGE AND BREW- Union Monday, r-
Here we have a good and easily understood explanation of Christianity. Adam broke one drink minimum, but who cares you're at through Saturday Brouhaha will be providing .
God's law and all have inherited his rebellious and sinful nature. God now calls upon least going to have one. their fine acoustic sounds at the newest placein
Adam the man to bring Him the "tables of his heart" that He may write in them His BILBO AND GANDALF'S-2300 NW 13th town to buy a beer. They play enjoyable
Commandments with "The Finger of His Spirit." They are the same ones given Moses. St. Bob Boscarelli will be playing his six music by such artists as John Stewart (Old
the sum of which is to "Love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, mind, soul and and 12 string guitars through Aug. 16. He Kingston Trio member) and Joni Mitchell.
strength; and thy neighbor as thyself." The offer is to"Whosoever Will", to all who want plays a real powerful 12 string and is a homey Don't miss them there's no cover and|the .
this work done in their heart. It can be done because of the work of,Jesus Christ Who- down-to'-eartb.ltalian_who_ brings.on many a location i is.convenient.! Shows.are at 9 and!. .!1-,
came in the flesh and perfectly kept God's Commandments for us. and then took our laugh. There is a paltry 50 cents cover and '
place for our disobedience suffered our punishment, even death that we might be made the music begins at 8:30: p.m. p.m.Actually not much is happening in the old
the righteousness of God. In Jeremiah 31:33 we read: "I will put my laws in their inward DUTCH PANTRY 1-75 and Newberry butg; this weekend, but if your enterprising
parts,and write it in their hearts." You will also find the same message in Ezekiel 11:19, Road The musical variety of Richard you'll find some way to spend the time.
and J ::26. 27, and many other places in The Old Testament either stated or indicated.The Mufson will again be featured here this Aside from what was already mentioned.
New Testament confirms this truth over and over again in many places expecially in weekend. Look for 1940's swing jazz and Anthony's. Blue Water Bay and the Monk's
Hebrews 8;10, and 10:16. where we are told The New Covenant means the writing of anything from the Beatles to Stevie Wonder.No Inn will have live entertainment though
God's Law and Commandments upon the heart. The necessity of this work is revealed cover. specifics were not known at press time.

right at the end of The Bible where we are told that.they who have a right to The Tree of' 1
Lite and to enter in through the gates into the city, are those who "do His Com
mandments". "Blessed are they that do His Commandments that they may have a rightto r- WHAT'S HAPPENING .
the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city". Rev. 22:14:
We have expressed the opinion that The Fourth Commandment "REMEMBERTHE
SABBATH DAY TO KEEP IT HOLY" was raged and rebelled against more so
than any of the others. Attention was also called to the terrible judgement of God upon By HELEN W1IELAN LITURGY! The Eastern THEATRE The Florida'
an idividual. and also upon the king and nation for disobedience. There is a wonderful Alligator Staff Writer Orthodox Liturgy will be Players will present "The
promise of blessing and good in Isaiah 58:13.:1 14 to all that keep and hallow The Day given in English Sunday at 10 Brave Little Tailor" tonight
acceptable to God Quote: a.m. in rooms 361.363 of the through Saturday at 2 p.m. in
"IFt.. 'HOU TURN WAY THY FOOT FROM THE SABBATH. FROM DOING THY WOMEN IN ROCKS"Women's J. Wayne Reitz Union. For the Coristans Theatre.
PLEASURE ON MY HOLY DAY.' AND CALL THE SABBATH A DELIGHT THE Perspective" on more information call John Admission is $2 for adults 75
HOLY OF THE LORD. HONOURABLE: AND SHALT HONOR HIM. NOT DOING WRUF-AM will poesent Janis Missing at 3727580. Confessions cents for children. Call 392-
THINE OWN WAYS. NOR FINDING THINE OWN PLEASURE. NOR SPEAKING Mara and a taptti interview .will be heard by the 1653 for further information.
AND J' WILL CAUSE THEE TO RIDE UPON THE HIGH PLACES OF THE recently appeared as a folk CHARLIE BROWN Libertarian Party of Alachua
EARTH. AND FEED THEE WITH THE HERITAGE OF JACOB THY FATHER: singer at,Beef 'n Bottle. The Reservations to see."You'r A County will-meet tonight at 8
FOR THE MOUTH SPOKEN IFThe show will be broadcast p.m. in room B-73 of theJ.
OF THE LORD HATH Good Man Charlie Brown
promise and the implication herein is that obedience to the Fourth Commandment Monday night from '10:05 tonight through ,Sunday, Wayne Reitz Union. Topics"tor
acceptable to God. will! result and lead to obedience to all the other nine, and p.m. to midnight. The August 1317. and Aug. 20-24 discussion are: 'Sunday
number for the phoneforum liquor sales, and the rental
open R
the"heritage of Jacob""which means Jesus Christ. Everlasting Life! and blessing! is 392-0773. can be made by phoning 375. and panhandling ordinances.
The testimony of this witness; is that those who claim to be Christian and yet no zeal for HIPP. Call Brian Donerly at 376-:
keeping and establishing every one of the Ten Commandments must have a corrupt formof COFFEE HOUSE Curtain time is 8:15: at the 6746 for more information.
Christianity. unless perhaps they are "babes in Christ" and ahve had no nourishinglood Rehearsal for the National Hippodrome Theatre on State ADVOCATE The film
or time to grow. Without such a zeal how can we pray: "Thy Kindgom come. Thy Organization of Women's Road 441 and cost is S3. "Where the Children Play"
will be done on earth. as it is in Heaven", Second Annual Coffee house BAIIA'I: 'An informal discussion will be shown, along with a
"Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments entertainment program will about the Baha'i meeting at the Sidney Lanier
; tor this is the'whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into begin at 7:30: p.m. tonight in Faith is held every Friday at 8 Elementary ,School on 312 I
judgement. with every secret thing. whether it be good. or whether it be evil." Eccles. room B-74 of the J. Wayne p.m. in room 355 of the J. NW 16 Avenue tonight from
12:13: and 14. Reitz Union. For further Wayne Reitz Union. For 7:30: p.m. to 9 p.m,> If you
Box 405. Decatur.Georgia 30031 information call Donna further information call t n need transportation call the
Burnell at 373-5443. Watson at 3767128. Citizen Advocacy office. ,





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Living/ / together

In tact, Rosemary moved in with Ted last things like dividing the refrigerator into "SHE SEEN ME go through together.a lot of
been living
They said part ot the reason they are jear'because she didn't like her roommates. separate sections and if you put anything in changes since lot of bad times. 1 would
getting married to January is so they'reparents "I'm sure it shocked him when I decided to their section they would claim it. Guys just There have been a intend marryingnot
and on
can know. move in. 1 spent the night with him a lot don't do things like that she said. like the women I love he
of those things.
Despite their worries Brad and Mary say before but it was so different just taking some Ted said when they starting! living together to have seen some *

they like living together and have Definitely things over and having a place to go back to. there was never any committment for the said. she knows that
"grown closer." I probably wouldn't have moved in with him future. Margaret said everyone
"I can't think anything I don't like about then if my roommates weren't so. awful," she I BUT NOW that Rosemary has graduatedand "really cares about somebody" is living
living together. I've lived by myself and I lake they both have decided she should work together.
this better. I feel very fulfilled" Mary said. said.ROSEMARY SAID she likes living with away from Gainesville for awhile they are "I think it's the best thing. 1 guess the best
FOR MANY STUDENTS traditional boys much more than with girls. thinking about the future. feeling I've ever felt in my life is waking up
arrangements such as living in groups of the "Boys aren't as picky as girls and they don't I want her to have a long term goal besidesme. next to,him in the morning." she said.
lived with did I'm afraid J'm the reason she doesn'thave with her boyfriend
same sex were awkward or uncomfortable. make up rules. The girls I FOR SHARON, living
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<:, I graduate we'll probably decide if the
s She moved in with her boyfriend at
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: we want to make a committment: Tpd said. beginning of her freshman year. She
TED SAID that although he'll be miserable maintained a dorm room for her parents sake.
lor awhile, now he Night have more time to "They would have freaked if they knew.
spend with old friends something he has They just couldn't conceive of it," Sharon
missed since he has been living with
rrh said.SHARON
broke up with her boyfriend
"I 'missed hanging around with guys and
e alter two years: because he was "too much intodrugs"
being able to make last minute decisions to do be her
and she to on own
thjngs. 1 think thing together narrows the
"I felt myself half.a person. I moved away
scope of the number of people you meet from my parent's house and right in with him.
because spend so 'much time together,
you I never got to live alone or be totally on my
Ted said. own. I could see myself waking up at 35 and
Jack and Margaret don't have that not being able to survive without the other
problem. Jack is in a band and is on the road half around.

for weeks at a time.MARGARET "I 1 liked the security of living together. I
SAID they have "slowly" always knew what to expect. I was afraid I
gotten used to living apart during those times might have some sort of identity crisis when I
the past four years and they like the in came here not knowing anybody. But I don't
dependence.He'd think I missed> out on much college life. 1
be unhappy if he were home all the learned a lot." she said..
time. Then I'd be unhappy. He doesn't yellat SHARON SAID while she was living with
me when I go to work so I can't' yell at him. her boyfriend it was hard to find female
I don't cry when he leaves anymore. Now I companionship."It's .
tliink I'd go nuts if he were here all the time," like you're married. Most of our

..... she said. friends were couples. I think it's really important
Jack said he wishes he had met Margaretjust to get out on your own for awhile,
BALANCING THE BUDGET a month ago. especially for girls" she said.

I. Cohabitation" household expenses are usually split

McCoy said a Dade County policeman living with a woman this law might be used to urge them to stop," McCoy said... institution of marriage and is not recognized as a right.
was reminded of the law last year. UF LAW PROFESSOR Darryl Deaktor said the Legislators also might be afraid they'll lose votes if they do
cohabitation law is probably still on the books is a away with the statute" Deaktor said.
"The policeman was told to stop living with her Or lose his recognition of the institution of marriage. When couples live together in states such as Florida where
job. I think he ended up quitting the police force. But if a ,4$ "By keeping the ;Maw on the books legislators are encouraging both cohabitation and common law marriage is illegal.neither
university dean or other well known official was cohabitating people to marry. Cohabitation undermines the party is protected by law if the relationship should fall apart.
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devotes her life to the liquidation of those responsible. This film by Francois

ALL SEASONS Truffaut was dedicated to Alfred Hitchock and attempts to emulate Hitchcock's
efforts to explore cinematic illusions. In French with English subtitles.

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Thomas More was a fiery 16th century statesman who had a passion for BROUHAHAIS
adhering to good. Paul Scofield gives a brilliant portrayal of More in this film,
which won six Academy Awards and was acclaimed as one of the best moviesof

the year.Also starring Wendy Hiller, Orson Welles and Robert Shaw. IN THE ORANGE & BREW

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Award .

Digest Career Service employee Marge E.
receives certificate of recognition ,
/Vofrrfd and a check for$54 from Vice President for J
by the DivlttOH oflnfomttion A lIealtb'Affairs Chandler A. Stetson for her .|
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award-winning idea, which will save the
offkitl notice,A important state \
ntformttioH hi "ud/rull.. .< $540 yearly.Mrs. Good,a Clerk IV in .
Man it Mr I rn Admissions,suggested that the University < .
Registrar eliminate its mailing of accep-
tance or denials to College of Medicine
[FAS Research applicants, since the College itself sends
out letters. Mrs. Good's
supervisor, Hazel
eatured In Donegan, commented, "Marge's idea not Fy
only saves time and money, but it also
improves human relations. An applicantwho
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accepted to the College doesn't \'''\ \\ n \ I'" '''' '
really mind receiving two notices; but one \".: ''
no research projects of the University who's denied can really be upset if told b 'r ...
|Florida's Institute of Food and Agricul- twice that he or she is not accepted." .. .11
I Sciences were featured nationally ine t
June issue of Fortune magazine.
I The projects were part of an article, "A
ientiflc Effort To,Boost Food Output," Hemp Named Assistan t I I
r Gene Bylinsky.
f Featured in the article was the research Student Services I +'t
ark; of.IFAS' Dr. Rex Smith to produce Academic Affairs V-P

trogen fertilizer by treating tropical Assistant DeanCandidates
asses with bacteria.: The treated grass Isen Dr. Gene W. Hemp has been named by
1 1ais.
t capable of converting nitrogen frome President Robert Marston as assistant SoughtThe
atmosphere into usable nitrogen vice president for academic affairs at the
llizer in the soil without the use of fossil University of Florida, a position he has Office of Student Services is seekinga
.Currently,it requires seven barrels of been filling on an interim appointment for candidate to fill the position of Assistant
I to produce one ton of nitrogen fertilizer the past year. Dean, recently vacated by Loyce Spark-
In connection with this research the An associate professor of engineering man.- The $12,000414,080()( .yearly position
niversity of Florida at its Augustencement science who served from 1972 to 1974 as an requires a Master's degree in student
will confer an honoraryr assistant dean of the College of Engi- personnel work or a related field and two
r r of Science on Johanna Doberelner, neering, Hemp joined the University of to four years of pertinent work experience.It .
t Brazilian scientist who pioneered in this Florida faculty in 1967 after receiving his begins September 1.
rk with an IFAS research team. Ph.D. degree from the University of Responsibilities include planning,devel- .
The second IFAS project featured in Minnesota. He will continue bioengineering oping and implementing especially
ortune was Dr. Fuller Eater's researched joint research projects of the designed for women students, grad- t
at increasing the number of piglets Colleges of Engineering and Medicine in uate students, and students over age 25.
litter by stimulating uterine growth non-surgical treatment of kidney stones Other duties would involve carrying out
ugh i the use of hormones. and middle ear prosthesis.He is the authorof programs and services for off-campus and
a number of scientific articles. commuter students, and serving as advi-
Academic Vice-President Robert Bryan sor of Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar

[Physical Fitness said that "Dr. Hemp as the second in ..%EWANc. "..1u.D1rOD Board student honoraries. Student group
command brings to the Office of Academic Faculty Since 1S67 and individual advising are also required.
\Classes for Women Affairs vigor, knowledge of the campus at Interested persons should contact Dr.
large and a proven background of schol- University Graduate Council, space utilization Phyllis Meek, Associate Dean and Chairperson -
Physical fitness classes for women arly endeav.r." committee, library committee: Affirmative Action Committee, 129
acuIty and staff will be offered free from A native of Minneapolis,Hemp is 37 and personnel board and has been a member of Tigert Hall, Phone 392-1261.
7:30: to 9 Tuesday and Thursday nights, in he and his wife,Evelyn,have two children. the University Senate.
e Women's Gym. Exercises and equip- Hemp has served on numerous com- Hemp has also been active with student I
ent work-outs will be conducted and mittees in the College of Engineering and groups in engineering and will continue as om&1'
participants should wear comfortable was chairman of the College's curriculum faculty adviser to the Society of Engi .
lothing. For information, call Chris committee before moving into his new neering Sciences and the Society of '-! _.----
uhnke, Intramurals Office 392-0581. position. He has also served on the Women Engineers. Itaiwraty.!FlorfaU.,fimiMwte


Singleton Named Acting Hospital Director; I "(

I Walker Named Acting Hospital Chief of Staff I| I

Dr. George T.Singleton,chief of staff at Dr.Walker,who earned his M.D.degreeat
Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics the University of Miami College of
since 1970, has been appointed acting Medicine In 1963,took his internship at the
director of the Hospital. Bowman Gray School of Medicine and
Hospital Director Wayne H. Herhold, North Carolina Baptist Hospital in Win-
who has been at the helm of the Teaching ston-Salem. He was a resident in surgery
Hospital since April 1970, left earlier this and later urology at the University of
month to become administrative chief at Florida from 1964-63. After active duty
St. Luke's Hospital in Denver. During thfc with the U.S.Navy,Dr.Walker returned to
interim period, Dr. R. Dixon Walker, III, the University of Florida College of
associate professor of surgery and pedia- Medicine in 1970 as assistant professor of
trics, will serve as acting chief of staff. surgery. He received a joint appointmentin
An active search the Department of Pediatrics in 1971 and
is underway for a 1
successor was promoted to associate professor in
to Mr. Herhold, according to
.. ., 1974.
vice President for Health Affairs Chandler \ .
A. Stetson. The search committee consisting ... : J j'fP..'. -
of members of the Shands Teaching, un.hn I'rono UCASnuu: ,....:..a... .crA1I't'TIM..u'*'".._< ..?'..?, DR.R.DIXON WALKER III Dr. Walker is a fellow of both the
Joined UF In 1970 American Academy of Pediatrics and the
Hospital Advisory Board,is chaired by Dr. At UF Since 1961 Faculty
Kenneth special fellowship in oto- Division of Otolaryngology. American College of Surgeons. An active
Finger, associate ,vice president Chicago jon as
for National Institutes of His numerous professional affiliations member of,numerous professional socie-
health affairs from the \ i
and dean ,of larj ngology
Phannac)'. .."o W*qollege Health' before 'coming to the U of F as include serving as a past president of the ties, he.currently chairs two committees
After receiving his M.D. degree from associate professor and head of the College Alachua County Medical Society, imme- for the American Academy of Pediatricsthe -
Baylor University in 1954, Dr. Singleton of Medicine's Division of Otolaryngology.In diate past president of the Florida Societyof Action Committee on Screening School
served his internship and residency at 1968, Dr. Singleton was named Otolaryngology, and president of the Children for Urologic Disease and the
Henry Ford of surgery and since October, Society for Academic Chairmen of Otolaryngology Action Committee on Vesicoureteral Reflex -
Hospital in Detroit. He studied professor
of thfti v
front i 1960 to 1961 at the University of 1974 he has i served! as

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University UF Teacher Takes Aim on History I

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frodttttd+ buted nation-wide by the Associated Press.
by ,,.*DiviuM o///amttf fo*4ftMlationt As a result, Dr. Pleasant received
Stnkt to commit numerous requests for interviews by
Intt off k,,1 HOtifti 4 import in I.. telephone, two of them coming from radio
uiformttiOH towdintt.jbrvnat
stations In Canada and California): t
if ti ittt I ivftirr; of Floruit
The students weren't surprised when the
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Alcohol Abuse wearing six shooters. It was Just an ...' 4 {t. x
average day in a course they call ;".
Task Force "Cowboys and Indians." ,\1
Technically, the title of the senior level ,...
course at the University of Florida is:
Open To AllAre "History of Trans-Mississippi West 1830-

1890." lii'
you Interested in the prevention of But Dr. Julian Pleasants, rememberingtimes IIr
alcohol abuse? Would you like to help the he spent cheering Hopalong Cassidy

University community become more a- down the silver screen's dusty trail, does
ware of the problems associated with what he can to bring it to life. Sometimes,
misuse of alcohol? he wears cowboy clothes.
Interested members of the University The course deals with what Pleasants r .. .
community are invited to participate: in anew believes to be the most significant era in
a-' task force being organized by Dr. Ben the nation's development. But he said
of the. Infirmary and Dr. Tom ,
Barger there are so many misconceptions of the
Goodale of Student Services. Plans are to Wild West that he has to unteach as much -
develop workshops and information ses- material as he teaches. : f ',. -
sion for the UF campus and inter-institu "The mythical cowboys spawned by ......

tional participation.To legends and TV and movies epitomize the
participate or obtain more informa- type man most Americans like to believe Ry. 1'

tion, contact Dr. Barger, Campus Liaison they are John Wayne-types who are .
with National Institute on Alcohol Abuse --. -- -
quick to clobber the bad guys and even
and Alcoholism,235 Infirmary,392-1171,or quicker to bow to a pretty lady," Pleasantssaid. names were George Leroy Parker and West, the most unjust are those'' about
Dean Goodale, Member Editorial Board Harry Longbaugh, were two unglamorous Indians,said the 36-year-old professor. He
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol Information Pretty ladies like Belle Starr? train robbers. said the white 'man could have learned

129 Tigert, 3921261.Architecture "She was actually sort of a den motherto "They were so tame and likeable the much from \the Indians, especially how to
a bunch of outlaws' Pleasants said. railroad people offered Butch a Job as a live in harmony with nature.
"She was little more than a leather-faced freight guard to keep him off the tracks so "The American Indian culture was far
miscreant.In fact, all those 'Miss Kitty' they wouldn't have to shoot him," Plea advanced beyond that of the white
Students Can types looked in real life as if they'd sants said. "Butch and Sundance likely invaders of that period," Pleasants said.
crawled out of a cactus patch into a pig never killed anyone in their lives. Even "We Judged them 'savage and barbaric

Aid Dean SearchThe pen." when being pursued, they'd shoot the only because that was one way to Justify
The professor says the glamorized Butch horses instead of the men chasing them." exterminating them in order to settle their
Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, whose real Of all the misconceptions about the Wild land." .
Search Committee for Dean of the
College of Architecture will hold a special

meeting today beginning at 1:30: p.m. in Dr. F.W. Funke Named Chairman .
Room 105-B of the AFA Complex.
From 1:30: to 2:30: all students, but I
particularly those in the College of Of Department of Oral Surgery

Architecture,will be given the opportunityto _u.___. .___ ..____ Marston Named
provide input into the search effort and Dr. Frederick W. Funke, has been .
to learn of the committees plans and named chairman of the Department of ...
activities. Oral Surgery in the College of Dentistry.Dr. '" Chairman of
Faculty members, particularly those in Funke,at the Medical University of .
Architecture, are invited to provide input South Carolina since 1970, served as
and attend a 2:30: session. associate professor of oral surgery in the Health PolicyUniversity

According to Search Committee Chair- College of Dental Medicine, as clinical
man Bill Eppes, the special session is associate in the Department of Surgery,as of Florida President Robert
intended to assist the group in better chairman of the dental curriculum com- Q. Marston has been named chairman of
defining the qualities of an ideal dean- mittee,and as a consultant to the Veterans the new 11-member Committee on Health
one who will offer the most to students, Administration Hospital of CharJeston. Policy of the National Association of State
faculty and the University as,a whole. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., he earnedhis Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
B.S. at the University of Wisconsin in (NASULGC).

Course, Curriculum 1962,his D.D.s.at Marquette University in In establishing the committee, the
1966,and his M.S.at the University of Iowa 1 executive committee of NASULGC

Changes in Process in 1970. He completed dental internship at ....;: through Executive Director Ralph Huitt
the Veterans Administration Center in
stated, "with
so many
Colleges and departments have been Wood, Wis., and residency training at the ,. tit'I affectiRg-: health, the Association programs needs
asked to begin now working on curriculum University of Iowa Hospitals of Iowa City. advice from persons knowledgeable about
and course changes for the 1976-77 He is a Diplomate of the American Boardof these
DR.FREDERICK W.FUNKEAt programs and their impact.We needto
catalogue. Deadline for submission to the Oral Surgery.Dr. .
know what
UF From South Carolina positions to take, when to
University Curriculum Committee is October Funke's research has included a testify and what to !"
10. All new courses and course recent study of artificial tooth roots, biochemistry of bone repair following The committee includes say President Wil-
changes will be effective fall quarter, 1976, supported by a grant from the National trauma and certain oral surgery proce- lard Boyd, Univerity of Iowa Academic
unless a special) request is made of the Institute of Dental Research. He also has dures in an effort to better understand the Vice Chancellor Paul Saltman,; University

committee to begin courses earlier. directed studies on the physiology and regenerative ability of bone tissue. of California, San Diego; Health Sciences
Individual faculty members check with Vice

,department heads to determine the dead- Florida Players Present FinaleThe sity of President Virginia;Kenneth Governmental CrispelL Relations Univer-
line date of their college for receipt of
Lou Truo
course and curriculum material. University Pittsburgh -
; Medical Sciences Vice
The Florida Players will present the last All-Star basketball and football Jorge Fernandez Chancellor
University of
Basic Puerto
Veterinary of their summer repertory theatre perfor- games will be held Saturday at Florida Rico; Health Affairs Provost
mances at Constans Theatre Thursday Gym and Florida Field..Both Joseph
Sciences Bid Opening games are White, University of Missouri Columbia
through Saturday. Aurand Harris' play .12.50 for adults and$1.50 for students. The Health Sciences Vice ;
Construction bids will be opened for the "The Brave Little Tailor"will matinee at 2 basketball game will begin at 2:30: p.m. Sheps, University of North Chancellor Cecil
basic science building of the College of p.m.followed at 8 p.m. by Brian Friel's and the football game at 7:30: p.m. Health Affairs Vice Chancellor Carolina;
Veterinary Medicine in Carleton Auditor- play "Lovers." There is a general $2 SUNDAY- Concert Nelson, Norman
University of
ium Tuesday at 2 p.m. Construction costs admission for adults at both performances Student Government Productions will Affairs Vice Mississippi; Academic -

have been budgeted at $3,927,500 for the and a 75 cents admission for children present a free concert Sunday at 2 p.m. on Boggs, Oklahoma State President James
the J.Hillis Miller Health Center. under 12 for and Health ScI-
annex to "Tailor. UF students the Reitz Union north lawn, featuring ences Provost
Total budget the facility *4429645.. admitted free. Gamble Rogers and Eric Quincey Tate. York central administration., State University of New

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I University UF Teacher 1 rakes Aim on History I I

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ftf*.Division oftmfarmiito 4ftMtaf As a result, Dr. Pleasant received '
MMJ. Services. to commonktttoffk numerous requests for Interviews by
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,. telephone,two of them coming from radio
to M\tdtntt pent> stations In Canada and California):
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T The students weren't surprised when the
cowpoke moseyed into the classroom
Alcohol Abuse wearing six shooters. It was Just an I
average day in a course they call ,.
"Cowboys and Indians." 'JIlf.','
Task Force Technically, the title of the senior level I;;.
course at the University of Florida is:
Open To AllAre "History of Trans-Mississippi West 1830-
you interested in the prevention of But Dr. Julian Pleasants, rememberingtimes
alcohol abuse? Would you like to help the he spent cheering Hopalong Cassidy
University community become more a- down the silver screen's dusty trail, does
ware of the problems associated with what he can to bring it to life. Sometimes, i
misuse of alcohol? he wears cowboy clothes. 4 *
Interested members of the University The course deals with what Pleasants sw gr
community are invited to participate in a believes to be the most significant era in
new task force being organized by Dr.Ben the nation's development. But he said
Barger of the. Infirmary and Dr. Tom there are so many misconceptions of the
Goodale of Student Services. Plans are to Wild West that he has to unteach as much nq.rrwMrr
develop workshops and,information ses- material as he teaches.
sion for the UF campus and inter-institu "The mythical cowboys spawned by .
tional participation.To legends and TV and movies epitomize the
participate or obtain more informa- type man most Americans like to believe

tion, contact Dr. Barger, Campus Liaison they are John Wayne-types who are M*.:.. _--.. __
with National Institute on Alcohol Abuse quick to clobber the bad guys and even ---- --- n
and Alcoholism,235 Infirmary 392-1171,or quicker to bow to a pretty lady," Pleasantssaid. names were George Leroy Parker and West, the most unjust are those about
Dean Goodale, Member Editorial Board Harry Longbaugh, were two unglamoroustrain Indians,said the 36-year-old professor. He
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol Information Pretty ladies like Belle Starr? robbers. said the white man could have learned
129 Tlgert, 3921261.Architecture "She was actually sort of a den motherto "They were so tame and likeable the much from the Indians, especially how to
a bunch of outlaws," Pleasants said. railroad people offered Butch a job as a live in harmony with nature.
"She was little more than a leather-faced freight guard to keep him off the tracks so "The American Indian culture was far
miscreant.In fact, all those 'Miss Kitty' they wouldn't have to shoot him,*' Plea advanced beyond that of the white
Students Can types looked in real life as if they'd sants said. "Butch and Sundance likely invaders of that period," Pleasants said.
crawled out of a cactus patch Into a pig never killed anyone In their lives. Even "We judged them savage and barbaric
pen." when being pursued, they'd shoot the only because that was one way to justify
Aid Dean SearchThe The professor says the glamorized Butch horses Instead of the men chasing them." exterminating them in order to settle their
Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, whose real Of all the misconceptions about the Wild land."
Search Committee for Dean of the
College of Architecture will hold a special
meeting today beginning at 1:30 pjn. !in Dr. F.W. Funke Named ChairmanOf
Room 105-B of the AFA Complex.
From 1:30: to 2:30: all students, but
particularly 'those in the College of Department of Oral Surgery

Architecture,will be given the opportunityto Marston Named
provide input into the search effort and Dr. Frederick W. Funke, has been -,.,
to learn of the committees plans and named chairman,of the Department of '"
activities. Oral Surgery in the College of Dentistry.Dr. I: Chairman of
Faculty members, particularly those in Funke, at the Medical University of .t;
Architecture,are invited to provide input South Carolina since 1970, served as Health
and attend a 2:30: session. associate professor of oral surgery in the PolicyUniversity
According to Search Committee Chair- College of Dental Medicine, as clinical
man Bill Eppes, the special session is associate!in the Department of Surgery,as of Florida President RobertQ.
intended to assist the group in better chairman of the dental curriculum com- Marston has been named chairman of
defining the qualities of an ideal dean mittee,and as a consultant to the Veterans the new 11-member Committee on Health
one who will offer the most to students, Administration Hospital of Charleston.' i Policy of the National Association of State
faculty and the University as a whole. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., he earnedhis a Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
B.s. at the University of Wisconsin in (NASULGC).
Course Curriculum 1962,his D.D.S.at Marquette University in 1 T3 In establishing the committee, the
1966,and his M.S.at the University of Iowain .,.......!.. executive committee of NASULGC
Changes in Process 1970. He completed dental Internship at .... through Executive Director Ralph Huitt
the Veterans Administration Center in .'.. r. stated, "with so many federal programs
Colleges and departments have been Wood, Wis., and residency training at the ;... ; affecting health the Association needs
asked to begin now working on curriculumand University of Iowa Hospitals of Iowa City. advice from persons knowledgeable about
for the 1976-77 He is a Diplomate of the American Boardof --
course changes DR.FREDERICK W.FUNKEAt these programs and their impact.Wt needto
catalogue. Deadline for submission to the Oral Surgery.Dr. UF From South Carolina know what positions to take, when to
University Curriculum Committee is October Funke's research has Included a testify and what to say!"
10. All new courses and course recent study of artificial tooth roots, biochemistry of bone repair following The committee includes President Wil-
changes will be effective fall quarter,1976, supported by a grant from the National trauma and certain oral surgery proce- lard Boyd, Univerity of Iowa; Academic
unless a special request is made of the Institute of Dental Research. He also has dures in an effort to better understand the Vice Chancellor Paul Saltman, University
committee to begin courses earlier. directed studies on the physiology and regenerative ability of bone tissue. of California, San Diego; Health Sciences
Individual faculty members check with Vice President Kenneth Crispell. Univer-
department heads to determine the deadline Florida Players Pre sent FinaleThe sity of Virginia; Governmental Relations
date of their college for receipt of ( Officer Lou Trwuu, University of Pitta-
course and curriculum material. burgh; Medical Sciences Vice Chancellor
The Florida Players will present the last All-Star basketball and football Jorge Fernandez, University of Puerto
Veterinary Basic; of their summer repertory theatre perfor- games will be held Saturday at Florida Rico; Health Affairs Provost Joseph
Sciences Bid mances at Constans Theatre Thursday Gym and Florida Field.-Both games are White, University of Missouri, Columbia
Opening ;
through Saturday. Aurand Harris' play ,2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students. The Health Sciences Vice Chancellor Cecil
Construction bids will be opened for the "The Brave Little Tailor"will matinee at 2 basketball game will begin at 2:30 p.m. Sheps, University of North Carolina
basic science building of the College of p.m.followed at 8 p.m. by Brian Friers and the football game at 7:30 p.m. Health Affairs Vice Chancellor Norman;
Veterinary Medicine in Carleton Auditorium play "Lovers." There is a general $2 SUNDAY Concert Nelson, University of Mississippi; Ace
Tuesday at 2 p.m. Construction costs admission for adults at both performancesand Student Government Productions will demic Affairs Vice President James
C have been budgeted at $3,927,500 for the a 75 cents admission for children present a free concert Sunday. at 2 p.m. on Boggs Oklahoma State, and Health Sciences -
annex to the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. under 12 for "Tailor. UF $students the Reitz Union 'north lawn, featuring Provost, State University of New
Total budget_for the facility is 4429645. admitted free. Gamble Rogers and Eric Quincey Tate. York central administration.

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tdoupe, Crenshaw, Casaba, Portion, Juan Canary, Santa Clout, and '
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not and Many Other Low in Colonel, Tatty Fruit for Your Eating '%teaspoos crushed rowwwy teen.
Dip chicken pieces In the' milk I and
sprinkle both sides with salt and:
for pepper Dip in cornflake miiedwKh
Bonus WE ACCEPT rowmnry costing: both lidei I .
Buy i sStVS s I Arrange chicken piece on i rack tot
25cOFFABEL x U.S.D.A. shallow baking Add water to
ls< I pan to depth of aCt K Inch. Bake
DYNAMO LIQUID FOOD at:350 for one hour or until tender.
... Serves t.
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Detergent Moke a Pear Salad,Del Monte Bartlett GRIME is GOLD MEDAL Ii!

4-oz. size Pear Halves.. .... .. .. .. '::.oJ' 47.-, PLAIN UNBLEACHED --
Cart love Ill Purina SELF-RISING 77.

e Cat Chow. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 2:..i. 61- B-lb., hi] wish"611APNO
9.u..Assorted ,........WH.,Aut.1'1 1 111

CatFood.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. o.rr' 19-
13c Off label,Ajax

Dish Detergent.. .. .. 2l.... 72- Eaty-to-Rx Betty Crocks

Woke Up Your Salad,Italian or 000-ltland Potato Buds.........................::- 85
Kraft Dressing.. .. .. .. t:. 55- Del Monto
Serve on Your Favorite Meat,Grandma' Zucchini Squash................. *i2:? 41*

nsm Ga Fed rQ Bar-B-Que Sauce.. .. 20.41.69'f Servo with Molted Bwrtor tU
For Publixreserves l Good with Comoro,All Grinds Jiffy Pop Corn 45'Keeps
Uftovort Fresh
Breakfast dub 100%Honda Cone Folger's Coffee.. .. .. can. 113 Dow Handi-Wrap............. ':t. 43
Orange Juice....... 6 :M'11' the right ForPicnia.HameWhite Hkbh. .low Flick

Aunt Jomima Original Buttermilk Hudson Ritz Crackers ............ 12..**,.79<
Waffles..................... Nn; '61' to limitquantities Napkins.. .. ..
Good with Coffoo Non-Dairy Coffee CreamerBorden's re.Ms.M.wotd.
,Sara Uo
Pound Cake................;:...1'. CremoraEconomical .. .. $119 Crackers .................... ,.LFk..SSe

Greet with Stealillirci.fro sold ,Serve Hot or Cold Cookies'1.KooUof !!!! ............ I..........1J9c
Tasli-rrios f
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................. Bulk Lipton Tea. .. .. lbU .: 12s f POOM .

Him A4 & Bnt; ;, AiJJ. N"too Low-Cal SondiesBowl ..................... 144a.... 9C 4
1 Instant Tea. .. .. .. .. .. .. ?. 2IS s..a.I TOM
I St OFF Label Unscented

Right Guard Spray............. use'. $134 Cleaner..................... 'uT 49
Suave opter,....I VOM,Woe*Boris Sour OOOHI a Owns,
Normal Dry A Tint or Hard-to-Hold
Hair Spray......................... '::.' 99 I le, A deliciously different taste treat Flavored with tangy cheese and with Wise Potato ChipsBrach'i .............. a::- 39'FOC
Gives Hair Body,Suave BANISH from the Danish Bakery zingy little caraway seeds.
Protein Shampoo............... ':T 89CPompor 3A RY ((1-Ib.) 1lb. Vqt
YowrtoM with Vatokna Hungarian Cheese Caraway
Bath Beads...,. '.in' S 1 Flc Sour Mouthwatering
:fr: 47
Off lobol,Ulfra-Bnto Coffee Cake Bread
Brach't Tompting
Toothpaste........................ & 90e
Nonoma Kentucky Mints................. :p&.. 53
or Regular each 99 loaf 594Instant Kids Love lit Brach't
Shave..... ....... .......'IT; 89'
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Corn. ..tT
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Candy .. ............... 67Brach'i
r. _. n.. 0":..,, f'l.d- A rich 7 inch Danish Bakery cake Chock full of tasty. blueberries and Marehmollowy
r m. VU.t v, Vt'.f"'e with creamy chocolate icing garnished with cinnamon sugarBufry'sH Circus Peanuts................... 1015.67'

: ;; siciuit'M 37' Chocolate Cake Blueberry Muffins Brach't DeliciousChocolate Stars..4:T 57

Rake Blue,Bacon,SmokoOo,Old English, $ 1 69 6 for 6 9 c Brach'i Chocolot

American_.__.Choose m__ _L____ i_.. ec., each Cream Drops...................... 'S 57
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Greet on Sandwich,W.llaworth'.te..her

Nickles................ 389':

Coffee Cre.m.M'! 39 where **
Kraft Signature label" Chunk Publix I *
Sh. .Cheddar....... ":.98'. shopping I I \
Treasure Covo'Delicious fsapleasure *
Blue Cheese.......... :o;. 49 e.t91
DOM- rissh Chive,
Cottage Cheese53' WISTGATI SHOffWG ONTft-W.Untortity. Avt.N 34th ft
WwcentinChooteBar I k.THIS AD.... 0000.. -2630N.w.13tStra.tt
Sliced.mozzarella-.4. :;;; 69' SAT.! J! \!>- :..'\< ,' CAtNISVUH NGCNNTi-1014N.iA Strttt
Dairi-Froth (Small. ,large,Schmiorkate,Uw-Fet) LOCATIONS ONLY I ;. .UJI...'... 0"SItOI'PINGCINTII-'UN.W.IIthIh4.' PublixI

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.' 1w FOR SALE Jonlar Associates'
I -31 N.M 1'0' SL
G Wedding Bonds, I Ingogmnt Rlngl
'ft. Tradltloflal or Conl.mporary dmlgni of 372-6511
j. EMt Fri. & Sat. 'your chok Handmade for 1 Individual*
alUG NG I who want the t>....Original work by the Set us for your pricing needsl
i ]]] W. {Mwe.ah Av. Soulh'i leading Anlttt. Master Gold Resumes Brochure*-Miwsietter
2.00 Smith and lopldHl. Unconditional
TtO\N\(1OR.\ ttrr Only Guorantt OZZIE( By oppolnlmenl only-
/ The 373-J894 (o-l8l-53-p! ) -
conserve your dollar buy a duplex. live 8 ;: SLEEP HOLLOW
prle. IIPNLJtMVISTADISTRIBLTKACO.NCtl173WsDwi. Pretvtten. MAGIC CHRISTIANstarring In one tide and receive Income from the I. filDINGACAQWV
other wayne d.mason(co., Inc.realtor
2:00 377-0o.375.152-p( ) _

2nd 4:30w : Peter Sellers, Ringo Starr, for tote 67 BSA 650 cc lightening ). I' I I
complete stock fu I 11 1 history good running
r SMASHING WEEK ':00 j jJSMRMfiSOI > Racquel Welch condition: clean 'must Mil 730 or bas)' :: ..
+ ; 9:30.rr offer 372-9837 373X g4 (o-3l.l6l-p)
.. hsa.al. 12x65 Mobile homeOentrol: air
_.rata..Jr r..rt..Mere......tss.af.M.sMtn.r..MI ......erne r r1..L/w. .. ----------------------- washer,2BR dryer, shed, unf"," Brown'l
.... .. ... .
a..r+ t. y. rw.r.e tlr..I., Trailer Park 373-7991 ovble fall qtr.
tLIWT CALCULUS $5200. (o.5t.162-p) PROBLEMS?
HP-55 progromoble pocket calculator
r MADE EASY adopter, all accessories plus security e Generators
cradle Included.$450 vol for$27S 378- (t
1122 (lo-5t.I63-p) Starters
/ by Sllvonui( P. Thompson, F.R.S.A .
M 74 MO MIDGET GOOD COND.$2.<<10 377- .e Alternators
r I supplementary 8437 (10.1649))
designed to deliver Voice of Music portable steno withtobI..Kord FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
ir I you / storage rock. $50 phone
/ from the preliminary I 37M678 after 6pm. (o-2t-164.p) ALACHUA COUNTY
MUST SELL 71 Yamaha 250 $250,
r Ltr' terrors of Differential. I
". t hutqurarna 250dirtbike$800 chili atklni Generator Service
Calculus and the Integral Gretch guitar $225 worth 350, coil 3789400 -
/ Calculus. )( lorry, do M now ((0.21.164-9)) 500 NW 8th Ave.
Man air conditioner 8200 btu I I0v./ $50
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Ironrlte Ironer I Mov$50)toll 372-0294 (0-( 3784011
/ Send $3.95 plus .40-postage ft tax St-161-p) .
I- to: rYofarional Astoclatot P.O. Box 14562 furniture-dining room et$35-llvlng'
1 University Station GalnetvllU. florlda / room Mt$6S-2doubto bed $35 each-2
I / chew)of drawert$5-refrlgeralor$45 china
"noclume"-oll pointing 373U259 (o-Ji-
NAME / 164-1>)
Mamlyo- ekor 35mm contero 48-1.7 lent"
.. -. ADDRESS w case $125; stereo system am-fm,
ULUAJt M/OTMAN rerrytY! OMCTOTT r.rr..wULII s.U0.AI0treeAtsotusAtt
track & turntable, air tuip. spks. $125.
WI3Uli >IMI IClR Jnxttlt aAt1M selua..r.woa.o ar MNR MO I /
I both .xcelL condo call 376-2389 t before
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free, 2 cats 1 year old, neutered male
and female. Moving.'must) give away,
very lovable and pretty. Come by 208
nw 14th it after 5:30: (o-2t-165-p)
3308 HarmarvKordon receiver, BSR S10
turntable EPI M50 speaker worth $450 42M N.W 3tt V
sell at $250. moving must tell 373-7694

233 W.Urlitr.Ave. 377-3013 An ATTENTION' keep trying (o-2t-165-p)
1972 Mobile Home 17(67, 3 bedroom
'1M'' both, large screened porch, In nice
This motion picture will be pork near campus, pet ok. $5,000 Call
Event shown i in t the startling new 372-6191 (o-at-165-p) STREIT'SSchwinn
.. multi-dimension of OCEANfRONT Summer Haven South of
0_.'" kh. In the St. Augustine 01'_
Choke of five Iott--100ft on the ocean by Cyclery
325 ft deep to Al A. 10 percent down 15
STARTS yr. financing. For detail call Ancient Sales & Service on
IN City Realty, Raymond C Clark REALTOR. All.makes of bikes
1-824-3105 anytime (o-lt-163-p)
Please be aware that you will
.unfurn nw w-w carpet air hurry no
i JjeJ as wen as see and hear last
mo. Aug $160 Met $190 security
realistic effects such as $150 pen children oK suitable for 3pertern
\; might be experienced in an 376-< CIvil)Engineering Student,wont roomoTe
actual The
earthquake. for 2 bedroom haute with oc near
management assumes no Gainesville Moll for $60 end 'M" utilities 1 Day Service
responsibility for the call Kim 373-2046 (b-7t-16l-p) 377-BIKE

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Wanted Mature female, own room In !furnished haute graduate upper division i my friend the cat need room In 376-4446
house avail paw, only $46.25 + M utll males I block campus SI 20.00 each house (or vn |lust m..) need within
control air, washer dryer N.E. area Coll room 60.00 each: additional person 12 bike lo campus prefer for Mpl Call
oft 500 376-7500 (b.:g).163.p) month leote 376-6652 offer 5pm (b-8t- Corrl. 372-6779 (c-3t-I 164-p) '" ,..--

One bedroom apartment for rent now. I 162-P) I or 2 females lo occupy matter bdrm In JJ 1. '\], -"flt' H I. ].
close lo compu pool. call University 14 rooms graduate. upper vision males 3 bdrm Oak Form opt for fall $7S + Viutil G Ill
apartments at 376-8990. (b-".164.p) 2 blacks campus kitchen telephone |lac luxury! but to campus pool, tennis J'-'h SIt central heat washer $120 Include call lour) 373-5737 (c-*-164-p)
Case utilities, yr 'tease 378-6812 (b-8t.162-p)
Promotional & Female Roomot (nonsmoker) own LAST NIGHT
ow g 3 bedroom apartment graduate upper room&bath,deluxe mobile home,clot
Photography i I division' male I block campus $300 3 lo campus,'pool, tennis, c.nt. a-<:&ht, ONLY 1.50
s 'if occupants 5000 additional person 12 turn, stereo, color-lv, call kathy 373-
.. 4.1 as month t tease 376-6652 after 5pm (b-8t 5634. (c-2t-1 164-p)
16? "A FILM OF
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Jam Roomatt needed for august and fall
27..0700 Mobile Home, furn 2 br, beautiful lot at quarter 4bdroom townhouse 6875 for EXHILARATINGBEAUTY.
It N.Main Plnehurtl Park no 68, 1 lease or first and august and 8500 for fall quarter Vt
lot months rent, 373.0560,376-96 (b- utilities pool tennis call 378-6489 (c-2t
II 165-p) 1-eL) .
amMi 2 bdrm opt 2 bike from campus(600-qrtr female roommate needed Point West EXTRAVAGANTLY
A : water,sewer Included pelt ok avail sop $100 + utllltiet for own BR pool laundry
'> 1 1. call Debby 372-3576 9.5 weekday central heat t oc call /Marlene (days 14or FUNNY.
.dsoid on'::;: sublease or shore (b-2t.165-p anytime) 373-0500 (c-51-162-p)

fill :Try our No-$.f Ingfa' share apt for rest of august only own Wanted.Mutt have someone take over 'Amarcord
AuOVO $4 Curly Permanent; room pool summit house optS by va bdr opt In Unlv Gardens In Sept 9 mo
hospital female $65 (b-2t-165-9)) I leatellen Goldman 2411 Thomas Si may possiblybe
377-2643 femalet- wn rm In huge, brick haute Hwd Flo 33020 305-929.7380 (c-5t-165- Federico

PETE R.'LANG, behind normon ctt.: fireplace, 2 baths Irg P)
kitchen, Wudy-porty rm, tome bdrmt Female roommate to sublet' luxury apt. Fellini's mostmarvelous
MIKE'STobacco partially furn, rest of house It furn. at the Place Aprs,close to campus, own
Inquire 618 tw 10 D-cothy (b-"-I 65-9)) room, $1 05 mo. + V. uti I. Start Sept film."
oUKWO .PipesDowntown Roomate wanted shore two bedroom June,Karen 392-2661. after 5, 377-7833 ....k
-Vincent Canby.
Tobacco Shop garage apt prefer student mutt be neat (c-31.165-9)) .
and clean 917 nw 4th place 175 plus Vt ROOMMATES WANTED, Individual N. Y. Times
utilities must come over (b-lt-165-9): ) bedrooms, central heat & air, 2 blocks
116 S.LI*. M-I-, from & ,off-
,large pool grill
4 fill 0' 1110 0.220 5Vv, 1 hhStr4et, 4414 .0 own room In boom opt$75 mo + Vi campus gas ROGER CORMAN Presents
la Mancha
Sot. 86w street parking. Apartment
phone,depotltt.Heat,air,water, & gat- FRANCOCIREMEMBCnD
3787224. (cfr.165HELP -<) ,
free conservative female for saps call
D'JoI.-1fII"CQ" JlDgf Immediately 377.7660 (b.5t-165-p) WANTEDparttime CRISTf191 FEIbI S
LIBERATED FEMALE to shore 2 bedroomopt st
r fireplace with liberal dude. NOW mold to clean rooms and
Mke 372-1460 (b-2t.I65-9)) adjoining facllltlet IS to 20 hrs weekly
flexible hours 37341970 (e.3t-165-p)
I roomote needed for house In ne ted
t ghatlghat gatldetl
$60 mo. Incl. 3 bdrm. nice neighborhood female strident, lo live In and help care
f .needed for eug then Sept 75 to for my 2 daughter In mornings moMly
sept 76 call 373-0938 between 6-7 pm Call 378-9400 for Interview or write to
(bIt-165-p) 1500 NW 1211 W-4 G'ville (e-2t-164-p)

Mandarin & Polynesian Foods & Cocktails i two natural people lo shore house, own
rooms, I blk lo uf, fireplace, pelt ok,
: 16 should want to work on goaden, 66-mo.
o 'Enjoy Authentic Chinos cuisine Relax on our Gordon Terrace: with 4 open, MplI 1, comeby 111 nw 20th dr. WICKER

prepared by our Chefs from Taiwan fine cocktails A Polynesian drinks (b-2t-165-9)) SHCPErr.

open daily at 5:00 p.m. Distributed I by | I *
]IttlAOn SW 13th St. 372-S6S6H & SILVER Tbp price paid for gloss' NEW WORLD PICTURES IRI n MtTDiCTElJ.'-/. 1
iun. '12n on-9:00p.m.: rings.old jewelry,elC confidential Call 371-2236

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Pathway Artist Materials sell 1966 opal kadette recently,' Reward offered for lot cat White with T\'PE'\'nIT'
overhauled engine excellent condition! blue eyei Port Siamese with black ring
$AOO_ph 378.3244 Jerry (a-5t.161.P) on toil,no collar:CoH 377.4688 he need
LAST BIG SALE Must Sell 1971 Peugeot 304. speed,' his pills (I I. .164.p) PROBLEMS?
good condition, excellent mpg. 378
7680 (g.41.162p) SERVICES We've got all' the answers

20% to 50% OFFon 1969 bulck losobre, olf, outo-oll' power? Two large greenhouses, full healthy SalesServtceSupplieslease
radio, excellent condition" $880, call hanging baskets, reasonable, assorted
392-6712 Joe (g-5t.163.p) pot' plants. bring ,this ad for free darter
afl art supplesA FORD GRAN TORINO WAGON 1973 cutting Simpson, Greenhouse 1V4, mi.
Super clean with many extras' Mu.'Sell! south, of Newberry light' on route 41. (m- ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
$2500 (g.fr.163-p) WIRED FOR SIGHT SYSTEMS
2929 N.W. 13th St. OpenIn 974 Comoro Ilk. new, power steering. The Eyeglass Super Mart'
and brakes, radio, air, new tires, excellent UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS 724 N. Main 373-3359
the Frame Factory Mon-Sat 104 condition, only 8000 miles $3900 .300 SW 4th Ave 378-44HO

r evenings 373.588A (g-5l,.165-p) (mtrl32-c)) _____<_ ,

'66 Toyota Corona great condition until SCUBA CLASSES STARTING JO ly 28.. All :aw.am' _lM.1iMII. \ l'' H j! .
hit. Needs 35000 body work. Make scuba equipment provided. 4 open
GunsGunsGunsNEW offer. 468-1188after7pm. (g.2t.165-p) water dives fun, safe clone*.
t So lei e Service Repa In.Air Tom ,
PERSONALKARATE Allen,Co.h ott of Wild Kingdom.. Alia n'i BARGAINS FOR
& USED Aquatic t Trait Center,.Inc 3448 W.
LESSONS Univ. 373-0233 (m.fr-134-t)
Small classes $25 per man ISAT PRtPARATON COURSE near UF :20
COMPLETE LINE OF GUNS 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Mon. thru hours, $70. Half of our students' scared
RELOADING COMPONENTS Sot even 7 to' 9 378-7131 ((1-171 154-p) over 600. Course repealoble free 70 pt.
Inventory 'over 500 gum Pregnant t need h.lp? WE CARE call Improvement by ,the second try or your
Birthright 37749479t163(| I ) money bock. Attend first clan free no
BUY SELL TRADE REPAIR4663340MICANOPY SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair style obligation..Coll ((305)) 854-7466 (m.13tISBp .
to suit your personality 377.2643 716 W. I )
'! "- University Av.. ((t-fr.153-c) GRE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF 18
hours,$35 course repeatable free Score v %
still 35c wash. cln city plaza now i.I
HARRY BECKWITH GUN DEALER remodeled t reopened the wash tub" 1000 by the second try or your money
bock Call ((305)( ) 851..71.66 (m I3l 158 p)
OwnerSTRANDED I dry fold servlce-we do your wash 25c '
Student Discount :, per pouncUpm-midnlte; everyday (|-7t. HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOAlS
hayfever sufferer are needed for a
brief drug trial generous monetary'
OOlD''PME'gTMOSpHERE incentives. call :377.2599 any day after (( Large Bandannas any color 75c
ENo 600. (|I.2t.I6I..pl.) __ -
25 c OFfi singers! magicians! musicians! want to' SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE Farm riding Woolrich Hiking Shorts $10.00

pof'tOi$. r t;tna.W.ute. Rt1b BEM ''", ..O.n : perform? now'* second annual coffeehouse academy Professional&huntieat boarding Instruction' stables Cutter Cream Insect, Repellant $1.89
\ \\ecoo WSNurrt Is coming.tryouts" on august 7,
i.'O bej It advanced excellent 'Wool Hiking Socks $3.50
room B74 |wru at 7:30.: (I 21 164-c) ,
> URGERtrtiwn Wedding invitations from $11.40 per 466.3274 boarding (m15tl54-p- stalls wpasture) 373-1059, Swiss Herb Candy .85c
,vie.oys lpu+w7. Nr9ht' v ettrwr'c4 100. Two week delivery Hundreds of
styles Cliff, Hall Printing. '1103 N. Main 37 year of experience plus thorough and The New Complete Walker by C. Fletcher $10.00
22, 1975 37699). *'| fr,!'2M extensive home study material providethe Kuban Hitch for carrying Camera $7.50
best dollar value for lSAT and AACAT
Laundry service let ut wash, dry, told prep courser Small classes or available Swiss Army Knives" large selection
J your laundry. 24 pound includes free Call 377
on tape at you convenience
; S fl delivery save on dry cleaning too 1420 (m-6tl64p) (fAlnlpak hammocks $6.50 .
Norge Laundrymat and Drycleaners 2108
SW 13th St. (|101156-p) HORSES BOARDED: best feed t core Large, two man hammocks $37.00 .
Informer, friendly, Only 6 ml from UF "
Two man tube tent $3.20 &
17 .
COED tunul hair removed per large stalls $75, Pasture $25.
monently" Coll Edmund Dwyer trying (m.IQt-164-p) '
electrologist over :20 years exper ence. TYPING EDITING Theses, Dissertations, ,
Call 372-8039 (lI-fr..152-cl| ) Term Papers MA In English, IBM '
M ? DON'T SMOKE YOUR HEALTH AWAY I Selectr 378-0547 ((m.12t.159.p) 11 ML!

r Self hypnosis sure 'to stop you. lose Voup 'trip to Nassau t freeport on 'the 1518 NW 13th St.
weight too Private' appointment Flavia boot leaving August 25 returning
.ltl,;: We offer free pickup & Theodore Pens 372-7006. ((1-5t.I65-p) August 30 man ,thru fri. $190 Includes. 4tfcP 1t 372-0521
liberal female wonted 'to go camping everything call Sonlo 376-1661 (m31.16I.p .
deivery. Reasonable prices through New England and Nova Scotia )
i" over break Share expenses. Call Ed Farmer NY icy available full-time for 1I ,n1W{ lJ"i W 1h= ,,J i .
nn tuneups, brakes, after 5'00 pm 373-6343 (|-3t.165-p) .thefts, t dissertation typing. Barbara
transmissions Statewide Sale, Thurt 'thru Sat 10' Cooxum 373-4363 (m-4l.164-p)
or complete
percent-50' percent off Allen. Aquaticand Bindery unique service thesis. journals
overhauls. Troll Center' 3448W.Univ Ave 373- and books. personally named call:
9233 Mon.-fit 10-7 Sot. '-7 (Ut-165-c) ENGLISH library and BINDERY for free O
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hg.25 .Thunder,Augurt 7, 1971.


; t"7 Holtz, Phelps to speak at coaching clinics

Napoleon leads All-Star invasion

Running in conjunction with the All-Star games will be the
,I Alligator Sports Editor Florida;,Athletic Coaches Association Florida High School
!Napoleon is coming to town this weekend.No Activities Association Clinics.

not Bonaparte but Green.You say you've never heard of Lou Holtz, head football coach of the Gator's second
Napoleon Gre n?
opponent this season North Carolina State and Pittsburgh's
s;Well, he's ope of several UF bound seniors who will p ir- Johnny Major head a group of outstanding collegiate coaches
ticipate in'the 27th annual High School All-Star footb,all who will lecture in the Reitz Union this weekend.
game Saturday night at Florida Field. HOLTZ WILL speak Thursday morning while Majors is
THE FINEST basketball players in the state are also <>n scheduled for Saturday morning. ,
hand as their kame will be played in Alligator Alley beginnii ig UF coaches L1 ug Dickey Jimmy Dunn, and Kim Hetonat
at 2:30: p.m. Saturday afternoon. The football game starts will join Holtz and Majors along with Darrell Mudra of
7:30: p.m. Florida State (FSU), Carl Selmer of Miami, and Rudy 33yy
Hubbard of Florida A and M. $y

.' :;'- '. 'Coach Jerry Disch of Jacksonville Forrest will be the high ?
K school representative.NOT .
TO be outdone, the basketball clinic has attracted a
-r" bty'name speaker Digger Phelps of Notre Dame in addition
,, tqthe Gator's John Lotz and Dick Grubar.
'Other scheduled speakers include Jacksonville'sDon
Beasley Mike Leatherwood of Indian River '
Junior College, and high school 'coaches Fred ,,,.
Pennington of Orlando Evans, Jack Wilson of ;;a;by jo* skipper
and Billie Green of Gainesville Bucholz.
1 i A new addition to the clinic cross country will GREEN
jl I former Tennessee All-American Doug Brown who now back I
I for the Knoxville Track Club.
] THE FOOTBALLAll-Stars have been working out
ILW74.u \! Sunday and the South squad, coached by Vincent Zappone -
9 Hollywood, has four future Gators on its roster.
They are Sam Henderson, a 61", 175 pound
from Moore Haven, split end Tony Stephens and
back Dennis Smith from Sarasota and tight end Jeff .
sberg of South Plantation.
t North coach Brent Hall of Ocala Forest has eight 4

LT1. -f-- headed for UF including Green, a 510" 180 pound '.
back from Gainesville High, linebacker Rusty Pritchett.Gainesville
Bucholz defensive back Barry Walker of
Haven, and Wolfson High linebacker James Kreis. j
:NONE OF the basketball All-Stars have signed with .
bt will attend SEC schools.
'Jeff Adams, a 6'9" center from Lake Weir will play
Auburn next season joining star guard Eddie Johnson
graduated from the same high school.
,South center Ronnie Davis, from Pompano Beach l
become an Ole Miss Rebel.
Two North squad players James Brown of
Mainland and Eddie Kuhl, from Orlando Evans will play
I* powerhouse,the University of Pennsylvania.
League :;< : --"" --"'-
kochonlcc. (jr. won't be lonely though. by Joe| tklppor
photo by
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be within distance of school
He'll shouting high
Dawkins who recently signed with the
I 76'ers.
.".will lecture at cross country clinic Tickets for each game are SI.50 for students and $2.50 26)p -

omces.adults....--- They can be purchased through the UF athletic

I Yankees Mets close in on first

but Oakland should win againCan -

"King Kong" and is highlighted by a ,264 team I
"Dirty Billy" lead the New batting average (third in the,. r Itnitl'ltl{/ l\ \l'l \ \ I
York Mets and New York league), a 3.20 team ERA
Yankees to their respective (second in the league) and a
division titles? ,974 fielding percentage UI'II'George' \
Many New York fans are (fourth in the league). o
.quite confident. They believe Time has shown that
ft is just a matter of time pitching and defense make
before clubs. The, Stone make their Joe Torre have more
they take over the lead championship
in their divisional races but Pirates have both; Their, starting five one of the,best in than a piece of Swiss
they do admit that the team's hitting attack'led by Wilbur baseball. Bud Harrelson the
have their work cut out. Stargell Dave Parker and AI Their bullpen has been shortstop, will return at .
LAST WEEKEND, the Olivers is icing on the cake. questionable tor months, but end of August. Harrelson
Mets took three straight from BUT, AUGUST has been a the return of Bob Apodaca been the cohesive force in
the division-leading Pirates, month which has seen the ((1.50 E.R.A.) after 30 days on Met infield for yean.
by |Joe IIdpper
disabled list resultin return might be just what
cutting their lead to six Pirates fade. The Phillies and the might
games. The Pirates the Mets must begin to mo\e. a stable bullpen. doctor ordered.
rebounded Sunday and swepta The Mets boast a strong TIIEIR DEFENSE has Hitting is something ,
doubleheader pitching staff led by Tom been suspect all year. Felix Met ucter had. This
The Pirates are playing the Seaver Jerry Kossman and Milan is having a terrible yearin they have a team average
Matlack. Rookie the field. Shortstop Mike
way a championship team Jon
and third baseman (See 'Pennants' page
should. Their all-round play sensation Hank Webb and Phillips

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fag 26.The Independent Florida' Alligator, Thunday, August 7, 1975

I Football stands will be moved track I


** By ROB DONALD "AGE WAS the main factor in our decision," Moore same age," he noted. "After re-inspection some of the steel

,. Alligator Staff Write continued. "We've been advised to take the old stands down t, components may be used,fo/the lower stands at the track.
Percy Beard Stands to maintain our insurance." We should be able to use all of the boards," he added.

Florida Field's South Stands will soon be seating a new set "The stands have been inspected by a structural engineerand "The stands at Percy Beard Field were also taken down
of seats, those of track fans. The stands are scheduled as will be again, this summer," Moore said., "We, have because they were too old" according to Moore. "They were
substitute seating on Percy Beard Field's west side, where no insurance, but some of the metal, components are gettingold inspected by our maintainence people who didn't think we
seats are currently standing. :' could keep them in good repair."
"The south stands will come down after the last football, Moore explained why'only some of the south stands, which Moore said a final decision has not yet be n made on
game," explained Bob Moore, UF athletic business manager. accomodate 8.000 fans, would be used at Percy Beard Field. whether the south stands in Florida Field will be replacedwith
"They will then be partially moved to Percy Beard field.'Penn'antsr "TilE COMPONENTS of the south stands are not all the new facilities.

/}rom page 25)

\, .264. Dave "King Kong" around the race may go downto I The Big Red Machine is fielder in baseball on first manner of a Joe DiMaggio. way they are capable the
'. Kingman has made mincemeat the wire. coasting home. Their only base must be loaded with Sparky Lyle has returned Yankee pitching staff lid by
out of NL pitching. The Phillies do have good problem might be finishing talent. from Man and Elliot Maddox Catfish Hunter will be tough

During July he hit 13 homers fielding. Dave Cash and Larry the year out. Everyone ,on THE AL EASTERN will be pressured to perform, to beat.
knocked in over 30 runs and Bowa might be the best their team is having a good division is a different story. under his old nemesis' Billy My pick: Baltimore
raised his batting average double play combination in year. The 1969 Orioles had a The Red Sox can't lose. They Martin., Orioles.If .
more than 50 points. The baseball. Their outfield is similar year and won their have hitting, pitching and Doc Medich and Pat The 1975 World <;:ham-
60.000 the Mets paid for exceptional and the catching division by 19 games. They fielding. They are impressive Dobson decide to pitch the pious .the Oakland At>'etics.'

4 tea. Kingman has already paid off strong. also lost to the Mets in the enough to be World
t its dividends. The Phils hitting is World Series. Champions and the additionof INTRAMURALS
THE PHILLIES are a probably their greatest asset. Three cheers for the San two all-star rookies into
complete enigma, only four Any team with the likes of Fransciso: Giants for performing their starting lineup is un- Caribes won the summer softball league by beating the
and one half games behind Richie Allen. Mike Schmidt above and beyondthe believeable. Lunartics by a 20-6 margin. The Caribes have, not been

the Pirates and their pitching, and. Greg Luxzinski must be call of duty. Playing in Their eight and a half game beaten in softball since they joined Intramurals. in'the springof
staff has been lousy. None of considered.My Candlestick Park is one thing lead over the Baltiore Orioles '74. '

their starting pitchers are, pick: The New York but winning? There are more seems insurmountable but The Birds won 3-person volleyball beating the Ozone the
having exceptional years. I If Mets. vendors at Giant games than they just might be lookingover first and third games to take the best-out of three to win.
Steve Carlton, Jim Lonberg. THE NL WESTERN paying customers., Yeah their shoulder. Last IN THE doubles tennis tournament the winners for women
and Wayne Twitchcll) come division has been decided. Bobby Murcer. September they had a seven were Barb Keener and Connie Randall defeating Jeanne
In ,the American League game bulge but blew it. The Chew and Debbie Carpenter. In the men's division doubles
many people are comparingthe Birds are hot but the Red Sox tennis Ron Heron and Bob Wright defeated Alan Collier and
Oakland A's to some of are hotter., When 'you're hot Mike Rufher to' take the tournament.The .
lien dors Redress
the great teams of all-time, ,you're hot.. Scotch doubles bowling will be held Sunday August lat
'the 1931 Philadelphia A's the The Yanks' are coming.Yes 3:00: at J. Wayne Reitz Union bowling lanes. The.men's
1927 Yanks and the 1961 Billy Martin seems to and women's golf tournament will be held on August 14-15.
Due to a typographical error in Bob Kaplan's July31 trivia il Yanks. They are the team to have shipped his ballclub into Deadline for sign-up will be Friday August. 8. All fees will be
column, it was stated that Ted Williams batted ..406. 'in 1951., beat and dethroning them shape. Bobby Bonds is paid by Intramurals. .
The correct year was 1941. won't be an easy task. Any stealing bases and coveringthe If you have any questions contact the I.M. office Rm. 229
The Alligator sports department regrets the error. team that puts the best left 'outfield in the graceful Florida gym or call 392-0581. C

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____ ___ w_ _ I The,Independent. Florida Alligator Thursday,August 7, If75,Page 27

C Welcome to Bean wins WesternFormer

GATOR COUNTRY !' UF golf star Andy Bean captured first place in the ;
Western Amateur Golf Championship Sunday defeating 1
University of Texas senior Randy Simmons.

Bean had defeated Wake Forest's Curtis Strange to move
here for orientation, should into the finals against Simmons. %
While you are you plan a trip to the CAMPUS
SHOP and BOOKSTORE.located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.)We BEAN WRAPPED up the title on the 17th hole when
are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you, Simmons bogeyed and Bean made a par-three.
the student. Simmons had a one stroke lead through the first seven
holes but Bean birdied the eighth hole and the two matched
strokes until the 12th when Simmons double bogeyed.
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.. ;,: : ; but Simmons moved into a tie when Bean bogeyed the 16th ANDY BEAN
': hole. Simmons had also birdied fourteen. ..birdied 8th, 14th
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