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TUESDAY::::


FlorldaAlhgator AUGUST 12, 1975


VOL. 67, NO. 166

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




UF library faces monetary crisisBy



LINDA WISNIEWSKI take money from the library's meant UF students had to
Alligator Staff Writer books funds because "books face a reduction in books
have no tenure or department available.
UF's lean library budget chairmen.. This year. an, additional
over the past three years has- Library and administrative $200,000 was cut from its
turned the library into a officials' are not the only book buying funds which .
skeleton of its former se\f.\ people; complaining about the created a situation that has "
UF's library currently has library UF students have forced library officials to lopoirr -
approximately. 1,700,000 their share. of gripes. too. sacrifice some periodical
I volumes 100 student Rosetta Pitts, I 1UC, and subscriptions so more bookscan 18
assistants 5,000 periodical Steve Seemer 3LW are be bought..
subscriptions and $515,000 to :
j buy books which is "far from
{ ideal" for the number and [[clos@JookJ) i
,, types of graudate programs
UF, offers. UF Library r
Director G.A. Harrer said. --- -
IDEALLY UF SHOULD among many UF studentswho THE LIBRARY is left
have "well over two million have problems locating books approximately $515,000 in its
volumes" 25 per cent more in the library. "book fund" this year, but i
student assistants.50 per cent PITTS SAID she searchedthe this amount is not used to sop
more periodicals and approximately library every day for \the solely buy books, Harrer said., K
SI.2 million to past "two or three weeks" Subscriptions to AJ
purchase books. Harrer said. trying to find the books she magazines,journals and other
UF Graduate School Dean needed for a term paper but periodicals take ,a $385,000
Dr. Harry Sisler' agreed with could not find them. chunk out of the book fund
Harrer's grim appraisal of the "It's taking me more time and another $100.000 is usedto r
library. trying to find the book than it bind the periodicals, he
Budget cutbacks have'"advversely't is to write the term paper. ," said.This
limited the Pitts said.Seemer. leaves UF approximately
research efforts of UF said he searched in $25.000 to
graduate students, Shier said. vain for"about five"books he purchase books for its library
adding."I'll make no bones needed for a political science not nearly enough to keepup
about it if this (funding paper before he found one. with the nearly 33,000
cutback) keeps up UF can't COMPLAINTS from UF volumes of books printed in
be the research instituion thatit students and' concern from the English language printed
should be." library and UF administrators each year. Harrer said. _
UF VICE PRESIDENT for about the library THE NUMBER of
Academic Affairs Robert stem largely from cutbacks in periodical subscriptions will
Bryan said from his "own library books funds and have to be reduced to increase I
personal observation"" the inadequate funding for the amount of money
library was in. "terrible, additional student assistants. available to buy books,
terrible shape" because of Funds allocated by the Harrer said, adding the
inadequate funding, but Board of Regents to buy library is still! in the process of *r
added when UF needs ad- books for: the library determing which periodicalswill :
ditional funds to finance decreased by nearly $200,000 be cancelled.see .
other expenses it is easy to from 1972 to 1974 which ( page five)
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,.. ROB DONALD
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t: Gainesville street people who pose the question "Hey man,
can you spare a dime?" to passing strangers, may soon need
the dime to call a'lawyer..
.: Due to numerous complaints from businessmen concerning
'J.-' panhandling, the Gainesville City Commission is beginning
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work this month on the formulation of an anti-panhandling
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begging ordinance.
.. I. THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE would prohibit the act of
.j l,; begging and loitering for the purpose of begging, defined as. ..
asking for money, property or material goods without intentions
of'offering reciprocal consideration according to A.
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Bice Hope, assistant city attorney.
\ Mecca for the so-called "street people" is the area extending
several blocks in each direction from the corner of
West University Avenue and Thirteenth Street. .
<.,If. It..t'1\. Businessmen in this area are almost unanimous in their
r. discontentment with the situation. At a city commission
.'.t. ., meeting July 28 Paul Hildebrand owner of What-a-Burger,
'.... \',"' 407 NW 13th St., and Dick Staab manager of Ro-Mo
r- --.... _..-. ._.-"1 1rr" Camera Shop 1232 W. Univ. Ave., each aired their com-
.PANHANDLERS photo by John moron plaints to the commi
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ByTERRISALT 'He said he felt "girls more or less had it made," They were For Steve, it was whether or not he could 'get into her
Alligator Staff Writer chased after and had everything just handed to them with no apartment.Steve .
problems.'With said if given the choice he probably would have
his emotions out of control. Jim said he committed chosen an attractive woman if she were accessible.: She more
There is no typical sex offender. rapeto gain a feeling of superiority. easily fit into his fantasy of raping a very,feminine woman who
,Jim. 28, tall and lean with a reddish mustache, raped girlshe STEVE VIEWED women as "something far nsmoved from he could dominate.
picked up hitchhiking. maleness" and worthy of being put on a pedestal. HE SUGGESTED that a woman struggling with a rapist
STEVE, 30,'with broad shoulders and a sunburn broke Unable to achieve a meaningful relationship with a woman, could burp or act in any unfemine way to break the rapist's
into apartments to reach his victims. Steve said, "No doubt about it. I had a lot of hostility." dream world. He said this might cause the rapist to be
Unlike the stereotype which pictures rapists as ugly men "Sex is not the problem. It's anger.' Steve said. repulsed 'and leave her alone.
deprived of tex both Steve and Jim were married. They had Steve and Jim said this poor self concept caused frustrationand Both agreed the satisfaction they received from the rape
jobs and families. But something was"wrong.. resentment, so'they asserted themselves in the only way was not the solution to their problem. It was a deep-seated
The two young men who attended a UF, rape preventionand they knew how rape. emotional problem that could only be helped through
awareness seminar last Wednesday. said they could not. HOWEVER, Steve and Jim were nicer than many rapists. therapy.As .
relate to people, particularly women and had feelings'of low Neither hurt their victims and as Jim said "I made an attempt Steve said, he was almost relieved when he was arrested
self esteem. to be as considerate as I could." fur his crimes.
I ALWAYS felt like I was a child playing in an adult Jim kept a broken B.B. gun which looked like a rifle. He Steve and Jim were lucky. After being found guilty of rape,
world," Jim said.Suit said it was enough of a threat to make his victims submit. they were sent to South Florida State Hospital in Miami to
'Steve had a knife he never used. take part in a sex offender rehabilitation program.
I IN FACT, one woman toiled his first attempt because she THE PROGRAM STARTED eight years ago has grown
refused to submit and told him he'd have to use the knife. from approximately six or seven men to 65 memberswith only
Steve let her go. five per cent of its graduates reverting back to criminal ac.
filed says Many women are not so fortunate. Steve knows at least one, tions.
man who beat his victim although she never fought back. Peer pressure and group therapy encourages the men to
This ,man wanted to assert his strength of force, Steve ex help themselves.
plained. "You spend a, lot of time with yourself trying to locate
desegregationplan Another girl talked him out of raping her by telling him she yourself." Steve said.
recently had a baby. His own wife had just a baby so he For Steve and Jim who said they disliked themselves and
sympathized and let her go.Steve added. desperately wanted to change the program was their last
Some sex offenders are too far into their fantasies and chance.
inadequateThe cannot be talked out of the crime. Steve said. THEY KNEW if they couldn't make the program successful
JIM SAID sex offenders don't like to be reminded their ,they faced a prison term the men said.
victim is another person with a life, family and problems of Sex offenders spend a minimum of two years in the
organization whose and university systems after her own. program and when they reach the point where hospital
suit resulted in the original July I I. 1976.In The victim is thought of as a "convenience, an object an staffers decide they can make it on their own they graduate
affirmative action programfor the report by the regents accommodation" he said. from the program.
the State University to HEW. State Education Several girls tried to talk their way out of rape by saying Then they go before the judge who presided over their trial
System, tiled suit again Commissioner Ralph their fathers were policemen. Rather than discourage him and he decides their future.
Sunday, charging that the Turlington said there has this gave him even greater satisfaction.Jim said. JIM AND STEVE were released and instructed to come
universities have remained been "substantial implementation STEVE SAID he rationalized the crime by thinking "She's back for out-patient therapy.
segregated.The progress in the going to enjoy what's going to happen as much as I am." Others have been sent to prison even though they
National Associationfor period of one year despite. He said his motive was not to hurt the woman but to release graduated from the program. The judge has that option.
the Advancement of budgetary restrictions." the unbearable pressure that was built up inside him. Although he doesn't expect anyone to condone his actions
Colored People (NAACP). MUCH OF the plan for the "The rape doesn't solve the problem," Steve admitted.He and the trauma he put his victims through. Jim said, "We
whose suit in 1969 resulted in university system centers said he felt guilty afterward. The guilt was short-lived; consider ourselves victims as well."
the plan, disagreed with a around Florida Agriculturaland however, and he soon found another victim. Jim who always "craved someone to understand" said he
recent Board of Regents Mechanical : University BOTH MEN,agreed there is no typical victim. For both, victimized himself and was self destructive. Fortunately he
report which cited considerable (FAMU) in Tallahassee, the the'selection of a victim was determined by her availability.For said, the program helped him better understand himself and
progress toward state's only predominantlyblack Jim if a girl was hitchhiking she was an easy victim. made him more tolerant of others.

desegregation.' THE NAACP charged that university.In the past. year; >new SG holds week-long book exchangeFor I
the plans for Florida and programs were started at
seven other states are FAMUwhich were not offeredat Unsold and unclaimed books from the Student Govern. -
and that the U.S. Florida Sate every book a fee of 10
inadequate University. ment Book Exchange may soon benefit the Florida prison cents is charged and a card
Department of Health. also in Tallahassee. to attract system, dormitory ,libraries and Alachua County hospitals.Lex tilled, out with name address and telephone number of the
Education and 'Welfare more ,white students and Dyal, director of book exchange said the book ex. student.
(HEW). which approved the faculty to FAMU who might
change will sell the unclaimed and unsold books this week at WHEN
Florida plan in June. 1974 is pot* attend otherwise. the J. Wayne Reitz Union colonnade to raise money for more the sale price THE of BOOK the book.is sold the student. is sent a check for
allowing segregation to Neither Harold Hanson. book: shelves.
continue. executive vice president UF. THE FOLLOWING WEEK the books At the end of spring quarter an advertisement is placed in
remaining will be
The suit. filed against nor James Allison*, affirmative donated to Florida prisons, dorm libraries and The Alligator for students to pick up unsold books, Dyal said.
HEW in Washington's U.S. action coordinator for UF hospitals. county students do not pick up the books they will belong to the
District Court. asks to cut off had any* comment on the Students wishing to sell books through the SG, exchange book exchange he added.
federal aid to the eight college NAACP suit. should take them to room 337 in the Union. Approximately 4,500 books were exchanged last year but
I more are expected this year. Dyal said. .


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Fun and frolics. The music of Gamble Rogers brings
smiles even from babies at the outdoor concert on the J. a
Wayne Reitz Union lawn. Many students weathered
Gainesville's afternoon temperatures to hear the folk singer's
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ogtown Haulers' fix 'em up sleek, shiny I IBy




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KEITH MOYER '" members line up their vans and proceed to the

Alligator Staff WriterA ; : I;J!.' ,>,'.,.' t', ', recreation area of the Arredondo Trailer.
'it<, ," Park, where the meeting is held.
vandal's egg smashed into Larry Lay's .. itit'I'I" W" At the meetings business is dispensed of
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sleek green and yellow customized van last quickly. Sperber and "Hauler" SecretaryBob

Thursday night knocking a good sized chip ;'I ;: .. .. Busch make announcements concerning
off his paint job. "truck-in" dates and membership
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"That paint job is'two months' work" Lay '<' i ". ';' possibilities in various van councils as well as
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complained. : collect club dues (which are $1 per van per
"HURT ME, put me in the hospital but .. iJI'. .- .. .':JtfL meeting).
don't hurt my van," he said. ACCORDING TO Myers, "Haulers"
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Lay was on his way to a meeting of the i membership has remained relatively small.

Gainesville based "Hogtown Haulers," a .., ; ;,; .t'.u.: '"We have had up to 20 vans before", Myers
customized van club when tragedy -the egg 1 J ; ., said "which is a lot of vans for a town the size
struck. of Gainesville."
Lay's attachment to his imaginatively ....' .. .. + .< :' ; ;, Sperber said the club does not want to
customized van is what the "Haulers" is all ""= ... '- '" 'I"' ..i' y ;, ,,..,i., become so big that members do not know
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an r' ; ,: literally go out
"Haulers" and owner of Rod and Van ,,,__, : 1'i:1J1" way to attend "Hogtown Hauler" meetings.One .

Engineering said the name "Hogtown .,.:..," '.," ,!.,(' Leesburg policeman George
Haulers" was jokingly suggested as a club ",. Rebusmen, drives with his family to
name at one of the first meetings.andit stuck. Gainesville to attend "Hauler" meetings.
Myers said the club was started sometimein REBUSMEN SAID he has met "plenty of
November, &1973 after people who HAULERS photo by bob wool nice people" in the club but said another
frequented his store showed an interest in reason for belonging to the "Haulers" is
getting together with other van owners and .. line up at Gainesville Moll because "it gets us out of Leesburg..'

customiters.: Thursdays of each month.to share ideas about Nearly every member of the "Haulers" hasa Another "Hauler," Jess Humber drove
Now the club has license plates, business vans, drink, a 'few beers and make plans for citizen's band radio installed in his van. from Georgia, just to attend the'meeting.
cards and will soonhave tee-shirts that i tfie< next club' trip which is usually to a "When you're traveling around in a groupto "I'm driving back to Georgia tomorrow,"
proudly sport,the name "Hogtowr. Haulers., 'truck-in" Myers said. the various "truck-ins" it makes it nicer if Humber said.
Most of the vans in the "Haulers" are sleek, Many members.of the "Haulers" recentlyjourneyed you can communicate with each other," said An interesting aspect of the club'is that a
shiny, and custommade.SIDEPIPES to the Third Annual National "Hogtown _Hauler" president and UF person doesn't have to own a van in order,to
sunroofs oversized reverse Truck-In at Bowling Green, Ky. student Earle Sperber, 3 AG.. Belong to the ,"Haulers." ."You just have j
wheels reflective glass windows and snazzy "We took up nine vans and 28 people," ON MEETING NIGHTS the club to o have an interest ip vans," Myers said.
paint jobs are just a few of the features that Myers said. members meet in the parking lot of the "The club has always been pretty loose,"
belong to "Hogtown Hauler" vans. "IT WAS PRE'ITYbig. There were close Gainesville Mall. Myers said "we're'just out to have a,good
Wood paneling wall-to-wall 'shag carpeting to 6.000 vans there from all over the country." Once everybody has assembled the time." -
stereos beds and refrigerators help '
make',interiors of some vans plusher than INSIDE .
many houses. INFORMATIONIf
One "Hauler" has his interior done :in
naugahyde.' This Is a bl-moothly feature, of The In. purpose I.want. to withdraw from school, what Is
"If you've got a decent \8 n.." said Dick dependent Florida Alligator, providing needs of UFs 2,500 undergraduate students the procedure, and will there be any penalty v
Pattison, sergeant of arms for the club "it readers with answers to questions concerning :who are over 25 years old. Plans for the fall 'on my academic record?
will 'cost you a bunch,of money." academic procedure, veterans, married include ,informal social gatherings career If student lives in a residence hall the
MYERS SAID most of the "Haulers" do students, Greeks, handicapped students, counseling and possibly an intramural withdrawal procedure begins there by con
their t own ;custom work. graduates, minority: students, new student program; For more information 'call the tracting his or her residence life coordinator;
Lay said many times members will get programs and international] students. Bring Office ?for Student Services at 3921261. if a student lives off campus, the' process
together and help'another,member do Mork you questions!'to'the':$ .Office. for 'Siude t. What are the possibilities of extending the begins in 129 Tigert Hall. In ,both cases the
on. his van. Services, 129 Tigers Hall, 'or call 392-1261. services of the Student Health Center to non- student must speak with Student Services
."It's kind of a "you furnish the beer, we'll student spouses of UF students representative in 129 Tigert Hall and obtain a
.lurnish the help" kind of a deal"he said. I am 29 years old and after nine years ot At the present time the Office for Student withdrawal form The procedure is finished
o Lay said one member may know a lot about working have returned to UF ai a full-time Services is working in conjunction with Dr. in the registrar's office. '
;, custom paint jobs while another is student. Does UF sponsor any activities Richard Shaara. director of Student Health, A student can withdraw without penaltybefore
,knowledgeable about .CB (citizen's band) (social or otherwise) for students In my to study possible methods of offering medical the published date in the catalogue.The .
radios. situation? !, service to the non-student spouse. This deadline for withdrawing without
"We learn from each. other," Lay said. The office for Student Services has just medical ,service: will probably be a reality academic penalty for this quarter was last
THE"HAULERS" m'the first and third ;created a Mature, Student Center. The during the 197576 school )'ear. Friday. '





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4 The Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday,August, 1975



Statute suspension lengthens probe




FOX SAID he
sought the
By II.GOLDBERG suspended the .school-day remaining on the prospective suspension of the
Alligator Staff Writer statute of limitations for the defendant will be the dif because witnesses, as statute
filing of charges duripg the ference between the 60 well'as
prospective defendants,
Prosepctive defendants in I"time a prospective defendantis school-day period and the be enrolled for the Honor must
the UF College of Business not enrolled at' UF. time which had passed before function
) Court to
effectively.
Administration cheating the prospective defendant left Pi XI \l Part of Fox's
scandal can be charged by the WHEN THE school the ruling continued. 'So''I that witnesses and argument was

Honor Court even though the,, PROSPECTIVE defendant "Many of the interestedand \. defendants would prospective
of limitations the of affected parties whose \ r\ not give
statute was I ire-enrolls, statute I evidence if they were allowedto
scheduled to expire July 30. limitations becomes effective presence is essential to the BOOK liability
escape by
The Student Government again, the board ruled. proper prosecutorial func- not
enrolling until the
Board of Masters Friday The limitation period tions of the Honor Court are limitations had expired.Friday's statute. of
not enrolled this summer as aOn
honor ruling marked the
quarter, the decision read.
mY noleforido second time the
I 60-day
Students are outside the
su, wenI 'norid Statute Limitations
Law firm jurisdiction of the Honor \ has
error ,this, been suspended since
Court i if they are not enrolled.A neither on the
d 01ino'ion business school cheating
DECISION that the e \le
of limitations I itJ/ scandal came to light last
statute continues
to be changedThe in effect during a M.rtJ --- winter. The board first
period of absence would serve _------ Signed suspended the statute of

"no beneficial purpose other limitations last February

New York law firm which represents the Board of than to confer an advantageupon because they decided an

Regents in collective bargaining suits may be paying back those prospective CheatingHowever injunction, which prohibited
some of the expenses that it charged to the state during defendants who had with- closed hearings of the Honor

recent bargainings. drawn for the summer Court, impeded the court's

The expenses, mainly liquor charges which should have quarter," the board con operation.
been deducted from the state's bill have totaled only,$38 cluded. the board'struck which. I believe, could'involveJO THE INJUNCTION, filed

jo far George Bedell, director of personnel and faculty UF Attorney Thomas S. Fox's remarks concerning or 40 persons," Fox told by The Alligator! the

relations t for the State University Stystem said. Biggs Jr. told Gary Fox, Biggs, according to board the board. Gainesville Sun and a UF law

BEDELL CALLED the errors an oversight in accounting Honor Court attorney member Steve R 'zynes. However Fox continued, student was lifted by the First

and said the law firm Bond, Schoeneck1, and general that he would advise Biggs' alleged statement he has not been able to District Court of Appeals

King, of Syracuse- would still be retained by the rqgents the administration to take up played no part in the board's establish cause, or sufficient June 16.David.

despite the errors. the case if the Board of decision, Rozynes added. evidence, to file'charges on Wilkes,chief defense

"The expenses should have been deducted and we Masters did not suspend the BIGGS COULD NOT be "many prospective defendants' counsel of the Honor Court,

should have picked them up" Bedell said. "We goofed statute, Fox told the board' reached for comment. because they are not enrolled said Saturday he will file an

byt when you think about the amount involved, it's really Thursday. "We have substantial leads this summer. appeal as soon as possible.


h1 But niscule Rep.." Jerry Melvin, D-Fort Walton Beach; who UF research director to resign I I IBy

originally discovered the errors, said that the errors were

not petty.

HE SAID if the regents "wish to call me' petty I'll LINDA WISNIEWSKI Fontaine came to UF five years ago after serving as one of
,
readily answer to the name. Alligator Staff,Writer three deputy directors for the National Science Foundation in
But Melvin added that he demands "the law firm act Washington D.C., Bryan said.

like professional people by being responsible arid not A UF administrator has denied published reports that the Fontaine spent one year as the assistant director of the UF

milking the taxpayers." ,director of UF's Division of Sponsored Research resigned Division of Sponsored Research, two years as associate
Melvin said he was going to send a copy of the information because he could not receive administrative approval to director, and one year as acting director-before becoming a

he has on this matter to each regent and to the reorganize the division."I full director this year he said.

state auditor general. approved the formation of two assistant directors (within Fontaine was responsible for coordinating all research
"I'M GOING to make sure that that (loose control by the division)and their salaries. I approved all the changes he activities on canpus, Bryan said, adding Fontaine's

the regents over expense accounts) comes to an end and if (research director Dr. Thomas Fontaine) wanted to make," resignation will not become effective until June 30 1976.

that's being petty they can call me double petty.'he;: said. UF Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said. UF GRADUATE SCHOOL Dean Dr. Harry Sisler sal4 he

The regents have paid more than $150.000 in legal Bryan said when Fontaine submitted his resignation last did not have "the vaguest notion" to explain Fontaine's
expenses from Aug. 19,1974 to June JO, 1975 to two legal week, the current director told him he had "helped the resignation."I've .

firms tor their representation during the recent! Public division as long as he could, and thought five years (in the been out of town for a week and my only reaction is

Employes Relations Commission faculty collective division) was enough time to make his contribution." surprise. He was a good man I'm sorry to hear he's
bargaining hearings. FONTAINE WAS UNAVAILABLE for comment. resigning," Sisler said.





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r not granted for book storage .

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) LINDA WISNIEWSKI The Regents requested the: ach university in the state the present to make Marston! change his mind.
Alligator Staff WH T university system list their top five academic or service Marston declined to comment until he checked his

building needs for capital outlay funds which are allocatedby records.
the legislature Nesmith said. UF VICE PRESIDENT for Academic Affairs Robert

Besides not having enough money to buy all the books it ONLY THE TOP five priorities of each university wouldbe Bryan said Harrer submitted his request for capital outlay
needs this year UF libraries will soon run out of space to given funding consideration Nesmith said adding the funds "too late" to be considered in UFs list of priorities.The .
store the old ones. regents planning division had compiled the allocation list list of priorities is sent to the regents one year in
"If the library continues to acquire books at its present to be reviewed and approved by State University System advance. Harrer requested the facility this year, Bryan
rate then we're goingto have to start stacking books on the Chancellor Dr. E.T. York this week. said.UF's
floor 18 months from now" UF Library Director G.A. Harrer said he was "surprised" to discover the $25,000 top three priorities submitted to the regents included
Harrer said.A storage facility Was' not on UF's list of high priorities. air conditioning units for academic buildings
$25,000 storage facility was requested to store seldom UF President Dr. Robert Q. l Ivlarston told-Harrer that a throughout campus, additional building funds for the
used books and 'would have a storage capacity of approximately library storage facility was "an extremely high priority'" College of Journalism and Communications, and funds for
200,000 books, Harrer said. Harrer said adding Marston told him he had also writtena the renovation of Norman' Hall in the College of
However funds will not be allocated for an campus letter to York in "June or July" which stated a new Education, Bryan said.
storage facility because UF did not place the facility on its facility was high on UF's list of priorities. THERE IS a "slim possibility" that UF can re-evaluate its
top Five priority list Board of Regents Director of Facilities, HARRER SAID other priorities "must have become list of priorities and place the storage facility high on its
Planning! and Support Wayne Nesmith said. 'apparent" between the time Marston wrote the letter and list this year, Bryan said.





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Any additional funds said. after they are reported to be
available from the regents in THE SHORTAGE of missing, then a list of the
November will be allocated to student assistants has a direct books is sent to the
the library to make up for the effect on the availability of acquisitions departmentwhere
$200.000 book fund cut it books for students, becausethe new books are ordered
recived this year, Bryan said personnel l shortage slows when the funds are

but administrators expect the up such duties as available De Funiak said. ?ll
bonus to be meager this year. reshelving and checking for Currently a "backlog" of 725
UF's library bought 50,755 any missing books, Harrer' books await purchase due to
volumes last year to add to its said. lack of funds.
current collection of nearlytwo If funds for additional UF's decreasing ability to
million volumes down student assistants were buy additional library books
30.000 from 197374. available, missing books has not affected its ac-
THE DECLINING number could be located more quicklyand creditation among the
of volumes purchased has, books could be back dn Southeastern Association of
paralleled the decline in the shelves sooner Harrer Colleges and Schools, Harrer
service provided at the UF said, adding assistants
said.HARRER
library during the last three currently check for missingand SAID UF's \ of
years. misshelved books every library "did very well when :
Minimum wage increases month when they should the accreditation team visited .r/ .
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have made it impossible to check the book shelves twice a UF two years ago,. /....; ."
hire additional student month. The team "didn't say the _. "' x....'' ,_'.._.#.J_. .. .......
assistants needed to shelve Books reported to' be library was fantastic, but they photo by |john moron
books and perform other missing are systematicallytracked didn't slam it, either. The DAMAGED BOOKS I
library duties Harrer said. for one year. Cir- (library's) budget was not bad burdens slashed budget
Approximately 100 student culation Department enough to fault the university -
assistants currently work at Chairman H.R. De Funiak ," Harrer said. "I'M NOT WORRIED much better otT' five years The library's budget had
the library and funds UF's library would "do about budget cutback for one ago before 'sudden inflation,
said.CURRENTLY been keel for
allocated by the regents will the libraryis about the same" if the accreditation or two years. However if these increases in the minimum holding an even i

not enable the library to hire searching for 400 missing team were to come cutbacks continue for the wage for student assistants, the past three or four years,
additional students to cope titles De Funiak said. this year, Harrer said, addingthe next five or ten years, then I'll and the devaluation of the but this year the library was
with the approximately 14 per If none ,of the books are state of the library has not begin to worry," Ha.rrer\ said. dollar abroad hit 'the library funded ten per cent less than
cent increase in library use, he found at the',end of one year changed in two years. UF's library was "relatively ., budget, Harrer said. last year.
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Panhandling


a show of uniform. According to Black, the problem has
(from pOle one) WA lessened* since they hired armed and uniformed security
a 3
guards.McDonald's.
also refuses to serve anyone seen panhandling,
OTHER MERCHANTS ia the area share Staab's concern. she said.

"Nice ladies are afraid to come into our store," said Zora Still, the problem is viewed by most as serious. Leonardo'sand
Jensen, an employe at Colonial Flowers. 1220 W. Univ. Ave. McDonald's have had numerous customer complaints.

"One woman drove into the parking lot, saw a group of Joyce has also had complaints and said her flower business is
b
them (street people) sitting on our back ledge drinking beer suffering due, to the fiarrassment of her customers.
and didn't even bother to get out of her car" she continued. Staab said he believes some people cannot help their

"AU! last winter they were in here," according to Leland situ tion. '

Fair manager of Leonardo's Pizza, 1245 W. Univ. Ave. "NOBODY,LIKES to see someone who is really down on

"They would steal leftover pizza off the tables and even out their luck," he noted. "But those people will come to you and

of the dumpster," he said. ask if they 'can sweep out the back of your store or
DEBBIE BLACK, manager of McDonald's Hamburgers, something." .

201 N.W. 13th St., agreed. Others hang around for months though," he explained,
"We have the same people a lot (begging). They hang "bumming cigarettes and spare change. If you turn them

around the tables and dumpsters"or panhandle from (down they give you a hard time."

customers, until they see us coming. Staab cited people in large cities who stand on street
Hildebrand, who said he has been swamped by the media corners, playing music asking for change. "But they are

since his appearance before the city commission, said his offering entertainment in exchange for your money," he said.

fforts are meant to maintain a good atmosphere at his R 1. "IF I COULD have a nickel for a cup of coffee. I'll playa
restaurant. Hildebrand said he is concerned constant singling
tune that'll put a lump in your throat and a smile in your
:out of his establishment might create an exaggerated view of =Jr 3 heart," the hitchhiker said, pulling out his harmonica."I .

his problem, don't really like to beg." he said, responding to questions
"I 1 felt the panhandling problem needed someone to stand concerning the potential anti-panhandling law. Sometimes I
up for it, so I did," he said. "We run our business to give our in with beautiful I
beg and sometimes! I live style a girl. go
customers the best food and service at the best price he "
back and forth.
added. "We don't just run people off."
NOW THAT the situation is out in the open, the problem is Along University Avenue, a Hare Krishnadevotee asked fora
going to be to find workable solutions. quarter in exchange for a book on Krishna beliefs.

"We've called the police, but by the time they get here the "We give everything we..receive to charity" he explained."We .
-- -- ---- give free meals and things to others. We go into debt
people who have been approached are gone said Black. photo by John moron "
"The police have told us that unless they saw it, they couldn't because we give more than we ever collect.
anything" she said. GOT A DIME? OFFERING music for a donation and collecting for charityare

Lillian Joyce, the owner of Colonial Flowers, said they also .begging hurts businesses two aspects of begging the city commission will have to
had called the police to have the people moved. deal with when they finally set down the. terms of the or-
Ramsey noted. "But once outside they would have to do dinance.
with
"They come back though. They sit on our ledge or
their backs up against our door. Our customers.have to ask something which could be construed as assault, which is Hope said there is an exemption clause for bona fide

them to move." she added. sometimes hard to prove." religious groups, non-profit charitable and fraternal

ACCORDING to Russell Ramsey Gainesville city com In an attempt to ease the problem, Gainesville Police organizations.If .

missioner under present laws, panhandlers may be asked to Department now deploys foot and bicycle patrols in the area. the summer street people are few and unbeligerent the
They have a limited effectiveness, however, due to the lack of winter flock of back
leave a business, but once they are outside the door, very little cold will bring' panhandlers to
can be done. any law by which policemen could book panhandlers. Gainesville, and the problems will once again become criticalto

"If they refuse to leave the building, they are trespassing" MCDONALD'S is also attempting to utilize this method of area businessmen.




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local astrologist finds truth in stars.




ByDREWDAIIL relation to the birthplace. These are
Alligator Staff Writer University of Florida assembled graphically on a chart.
f.. "If the information is correct, so is the
The astronomers who gathered cosmic chart. The stars are never wrong," she said.
"
information for the Apollo-Soyuz space September 27, 1906 However, although stars are never wrong,
mission failed notice ,, be. There Is for
probably to that at liftoff astrologers can a potential
Neptune was prominent and afflicted. 3 misrepresentation because of the compelxity
That means nothing to people unfamiliar p.m. of the chart. Planetary influences can overlapand
with, astrology, but to astrologer Dikki-Jo become confused, she said. The
Mullen it signified danger, flames and fumes "i astrologer must balance these contradictions.
and possible doom for the astronauts in a .. :

gaseous mishap. ASTROLOGICAL CHARTS do not usually
FORTUNATELY, her prophecy was predict specific results, but rather forecast
partially unfulfilled the astronauts did not likely possibilities."I .
die, but were only slightly injured when
will not forecast that a person will be
poisonous fumes were accidentally released in 1. crushed in an accident, but that driving will
the capsule. be dangerous for a particular period she
Janet Moore, a member of the private class
who witnessed,the predictiorr; said it helped said.Mullen's said her customers are 100 per
substantiate her belief jn astrology. cent satisfied with her work. She has never
But what the astrologer considers proof, the 1 1 tr been asked for a refund from her money back
skeptic views as mere coincidence. r' guarantee, she said.
MOST PEOPLE SUSPECT such Neither have they complained of vaguenessor
predictions, which are based on the belief that Ly.. over generality, a common criticism of
stellar radiation and planetary gravitation newspaper horoscopes.
affect human lives, are coincidence. J J4ftr "NEWSPAPER HOROSCOPES ,are too
"People are skeptical because astrology is general, and rely oil only a small fraction of
foreign to our culture." Mullen said. "The the available data," she said.
enemies of astrology are those who know Mullen said she considers them a "cheap
nothing about it." seUout"and bad for the image of astrology.
Mullen an astrology instructor, teaches a ?t Astrology dates back several centuries to
non-credit beginning astrology course at the J. 1t ancient Babylonia. The planets were worshipped
Wayne Reitz Union each',quarter. Althoughin as gods and followed across the sky.
the past the class quickly filled, this When in certain positions the Babylonians
summer it was cancelled because of lack of noticed odd behavior in people, she said.
interest. Mullen hopes it will be renewed this "EVEN TODAY police arrests and doctor
fall. cases go up during full moons," she said.
MOORE, A FORMER STUDENT in the America has roots in astrology according to
class,. said it provided very good basic in Mullen. Ben Franklin chose the time of the
struction. .signing of the Declaration of Independence to
"We learned the basic' signs and the coincide with favorable celestial conditions,
meaning of planets and their positions" she she said.
said As for the future, Mullen predicts the
In additonal to teaching Mullen is also a golden age of astrology is at hand.
practicing, professional astrologer. Approximately "It will soon have a respected place among
three people each week come to the'sciences and professions," she said.
her seeking glimpses of the future concerningfour ALTHOUGH MULLEN has been
typical areas: money, travel, love and practicing professionally for five years, she
death.MULLEN has been involved with astrology most of her
ANSWERS their questions in a life."I
thirty page horoscope which takes about 15 was raised in an occult oriented family,"
hours to compile.Dcterming .. involving the assimilation of"facts" and their derived from the arrangement of the solar she said, "both my mother and grandmotherwere
I destiny is a two step process interpretation, .she said. The "facts" are system at the exact time of birth, and in astrologers."





Astrologer predicts great happenings for UFUP Whe AT'S. HAPPENING I

By HELEN WHELAN scendental meditation will be held tonight at '
is a Libra. prominence" she said. horoscope to determine it' Alligator Staff Writer 8 p.m. in room 127 of Little Hall. The lecture
And big happenings in This will be ac- the school will be com- is free. Contact Barbi for further informationat
the sky will mean big times companied by the rise to patible with a prospective TRANSIT AND MINING The Sierra Cub 3777467.
for UF by 1980. great fame of a UF student.IN will meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. in room 310 of GAINESVILLE REFUGEE COUNCILs A
1979, Uranus will hit professor, probably from "UF is a good place for Larson Hall. Professors Ron Loehman and meeting of the Gainesville Refugee Council
its venus in the tenth house the science department. those born under the signs but Barney Capehart will speak on the Gainesville will be held tonight at 730; at theBaptist
MULLEN ALSO of Cancer and Scorpio,
in Scorpio on UF's an Aries Urban Area Transportation service and strip Student Center.Items particularly needed by
that the UF a Capricorn
astrological This will chart.signify great predicted football team will enjoy a will probably have a lot of mining. Contact Barbara Fox at 392-2636 for refugee families are bicycles sofas and beds.
happenings tor UF, acsuccessful season this fan 'difficulty with the school," further information. For further information call the council at
cording to astrologer provided it can overcome she said. ARTS AND SCIENCES The Arts and 378-1492 or the Voluntary Action Center
Dikki.Jo Mulkn. II omens of a dismal start. MULLEN BASED her Sciences student council will meet Wednesdayat ((378-2552)).
"A dynamic change in Such predictions were projections on the Libra 4 p.m. in room 103 of Anderson Hall. CHARLIE BROWNs The play "You're a
the power structure of the made after analysis of birthdate of September 27, Contact Frank Roberts at 375-0386 for Good Man, Charlie Birown," sponsored by
university will\ propel 'the UF's horoscope. Mullen 1906, the day the UF further information. Anderson Productions, will be presented at
school Into national) 'said she usually uses the campus was dedicated. TM An introductory lecture on tran- the Hippodrome theater Wednesday through
Sunday and Aug. 2024. Curtain time is 8:15
p.m. The admission price is $3 and reser-
I College councils endorse seating facility vations may be made by calling 375-H1PP.
BROUHAHA This acoustical musical groupis
appearing tonight through Saturday at the
The council "felt about the need and Brew under the colonnade at theJ.
By LINDA WISNIEWSKI decision) was a choice between either a mass strongly" Orange ,
Alligator Staff WriterA seating facility or a new building for the for a mass seating facility because UF "does Wayne Reitz Union. They are scheduled to
College of Education because they come out not have a decent performing arts center," perform at 9 p.m. and admission is free. For
badly needed education building has not of different funds," Davis said. Davis said. further information call 3921655.
stopped the College of Education student Although there ate no legal restrictions on DAVIS,7EDsaid although the council did GURU MAHARA JIi A seminar on the
council from endorsing UF's proposed mass the use of student building fees for academic endorse the mass seating facility, other uses meditation as' revealed by Guru Mahara Ji
seating facility. buildings. State University System ChancellorDr. for, the funds would be considered if the will be held tonight at 7:30-9:30 p.m. in room
The council unanimously endorsed the E.T. York has said he fears funds from opinion of students changes. 355 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Admissionis
mass seating facility last month because "it the legislature would be cut if such fees,are "None of our positions are cast in stone" free. Call Greg or Chuck at 376-7495 for
our belief that the surplus student used to fund academic buildings. Davis said adding other building needs suchas further information.
was ,
building funds (generated by student building Funds for the renovation of Norman Hall a new infirmary would, be considered by the EAGi The Environmental Action Group will
bonds) could only be used for non-academic in the College of Education is UF's numbertwo council "if we felt an infirmary- was'a strong meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. in room 362 of the J.
student buildings"* education council academic building priority, UF Vice wish of the students..* Wayne Reitz Union. For further information
president Barry Davis said. President for Academic Affairs Dr. Robert The Arts' and Sciences College Council also call 392.1635 or come to room 304 of the
THE COUNCIL did not "feel it (their Bryan said. endorsed the mass seating facility last month., Union.1h .



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seems poachers are slipping in at night and
using sophisticatedmetal detectors to locate Civil

War relics bullets, belt buckles and such.

When their detectors start buzzing, the poachersstart

digging, gouging hundreds of holes into
ancient earthworks and. generally destroying the

"hallowed ground" of our nation's heritage.A .

single night's digging can net the poacher {

$500 to $600 in souvenirs, one ranger estimated.
Some people will do anything for a few bucks.

But that won't surpisethe residents of coal-rich

Appalachia. Using geologists instead of detectorsand

bulldozer's instead of spades, American coal. I:

companies have been gouging, ripping and tearingthe

Appalachian surface for years. ,
The damage is more spectacular landslides, 007mMe
soil erosion and millions of acres of man-made

moonscape in once beautiful mountains- but the HOUSE
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motive i the same. Greed. .
It's cheaper to strip mine coal than use the less

destructive method of "deep mining." .t' \ ,
This summer a bill to control strip mining

abuses and provide a tax on mined coal to restore anywhereA
the already damaged and abandoned areas failedto Picking can get you

pass over a presidential by only three votes.A .
last-minute blitz by a coalition of utility

companies, coal companies and the White House white slaveholder who When you hear somethinglike stooge tries to walk don the She could have screamed at
destroyed the overwhelming 333-86 majority that considered himself a dandy that, the only way to not street and is sabotage4 by a me for my clumsiness thus
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decked himself out in his best let it get you is to laugh. You banana peel. making me feel terrible. But
originally passed the bill in the House. clothes. "Sam." he said to his can render an insult harmless When I laughed ft the she chose'to takethe hole
Gerald Ford led the battle, citing an estimated body servant "how do I through dicking. It can take splattered groceries I was in thing lightly, not persecuting
20 per cent loss in coal production, elimination of look?" the sting out of a painful control of the sitiiatioW me for having ma4e a
Massa refusing to let it bother me. mistake.In .
"Oh. you lookjustas situation.
36,000 jobs and higher utility costs. fine as Massa Bob's. After a shopping trip ohe That's the great thing about a sense this is the choicewe
This is no time to restrict energy production, horse." day I was riding my bicycle dicking you forget about all have when we make,a
Ford warned, sounding the energy crisis alarm. "Sam. that's not a horse! -. mistake. We can either
ourselves mentally,
That's at
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Agreed. We must strive for self-sufficiency in "Oh, dat so. Massa?" condemning our imperfections
energy. But energy arguments ring hollow on this Sam the slave had< a JAMS MARA or we can acceptthe t
one. Only 10 per cent of American coal reservesare beautiful grasp of the fine art imperfections as no big
of dicking.What deal and maybe even laugh at
obtainable through strip mining. The is dicking? Well it's OPINIONhome them. .
remaining 90 per cent lies deep beneath the a verb like "I dick," "She The, poet Dorothy Parkerwas
surface and must be deepmined.Deep decked" etc.. It simply means a supreme dicker. She
rendering the oppressor refused to let anything, crush
mining is more expensive and more powerless by laughing at him. laden with groceries. feeling angry or depressedover her spirit. In one poem
hazardous for workers, but the coal is of higher It's not to be confused with Only a block from my house how badly you've blownit. "They Part," she notes "Andif
quality and environmental damage is minimal. "petering." To peter one of the bags hit the dirt. my friend, you'd have it
something means to destroyor As and whites flew, I And hear or
glass egg once you stop end, there's none to
Presently, however, strip mining is expanding at maim it, i.e., "I just started lau&hing.- laughing it's hard to 'feel tell. But need you try to black
the expense of deep mining. In 1971, when con- tripped and almost petered. A man in a passing car quite as bad. You my eye In wishing. me
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trols were first proposed, 1,000 acres a week were myself. stuck his head out the wtndpw on into surveying the 5 situation farewell?" ,
Dicking is a priceless tactic. and yelled, "You don't have and trying to cope wi hit. Parker's wry, humorous
being strip mined. Now, more than 4,500 acres are
An oppressed group anything to laugh about! treatment of the situation is
mined every week.If without a sense of humor is a Typical male reaction. It's Once when I was) about courageous. She refused to
it is future self-sufficiency we are concerned gun without a safety catch. been drummed into men that ten my mother asked me to dwell on her pain and thus
((And a columnist without a "You have to take things get some cookies. Ala;, when it.
about,the mining industry must be turned aroundto cliched metaphor is like Joe's seriously, goddammitl"! They I was halfway there I conquers Of course, some :People
begin developing the immense potential of deep Bar without a neon sign.) can't let go of the seriousnessand dropped the package on the might say "This is erious.
mining.The It's like a cartoon Lonce rise above the problems floor. 1 was used to gettingyelled though! She's been rejectedby
saw. Hagar the Horrible'swife through laughter. Can yu/ at a lot, and 1 amlost hasn't she? Isn't
a man
proposed 35 cent tax per ton of strip mined has just told 'him, .imagine a Wall Street burst into tears. Imakine my that something tratic?"
coal would both help restore already ravaged land "Someday women will have executive's reaction If i he surprise when my .mother Well I w all have
and provide incentive to develop deep mines. equal rights." She is washingthe slipped on a. banana peel? started laughing, j I ;'My different guess priorities. Per-
clothes while she keeps an He'd probably be embarassedas daughter, the klutz,",( she been able
In spite of Ford's warning of massive layoffs, the eye on the kids and cooks hell. sonally, I've never when l I was
United Mine Workers' union lobbied actively for dinner. Hagar responds "No Whereas a real dicker said.My mother could hive been to get too upset to the' oasis and
passage of the bill. wife of mine will ever work!"* would say, "Beautiful the really authoritative about it. crawling the vultures up flew away but. ,

And Stewart S. Cort. board chairman of -

Bethlehem steel, the nation's sixth largest coal
The Independent Cunningham
producer told congressmen strip mining would TomShioderEditorlnChlel News Editor

have little effect on his companies' production.As Florida
for slight ,utility cost increases, in the short Alligator.

run that might be true. In the'short run, sale of ull U"\I 'U Douglas Hatch Mindi Kelman
those Civil War 'relics can be quite profitable.Ford P Managing' Editor layout Editor.

has been manhandling congressional .
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.:.- :"? EDITOR I'd just like to comment on the article concerningbike
,': ,'" thefts here on campus. I am furious at the statement
given toThe Alligator by University Police Department. (UPD)
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UNITED STATES ANiERICA k Captain Vernon Holliman, on August 7, 1975, stating that
"about 75 per cent of the bike thieves are professional but
most are black juveniles that come on campus initially
through programs sponsored by this university."
First of all, the captain so stated that the chances are very
slim on therecovery of a stolen bike ((17 per cent), this means
that the majority of thieves ((83 per cent) go uncaptured, so
how can he so blatantly conclude that the majority of bikes
',I (, .1., are stolen by black juveniles, when 83 per cent of the thieves
are unknown.
"7.-1; ., FINALLY,this article shows that the leader of the so called
"protectors of law and order" on' this university have no
confidence in the university system. What makes him think
that the university will make a concerted effort to bring on
China study disputes story this campus,through its various programs "black juveniles".
group ; I just'hope that Captain Holliman's donot speak for
UPD, if it does, I'd say that some definite changes need to be

EDITOR As a staff writer of a university press one should rumor, what is truth, and' what are the limits as being a made. ,
try to report truth. In the'case that someone wants to,expresshis faculty adviser of a student group. Markel says that students Oh. by the way if by some great mishap, you were
opinion at the press and at the same time wants to remain are being spied upon by faculty members such as U. This is a misquoted by The Alligator you'have my sincere apology,
anonymous; a reporter should make sure that everything he very strong accusation. I would like Markel to prove that his Captain" Holliman., A. Forbes.4BA"
reports is true betore it appears on the newspaper. accusation was based upon concrete evidence not just student
Was Chinese student ? I doubt a previous_program
Tiaoyutai a pure movement because: some student said so. *
since the Communist China was involved with this movement. Jong-Ying Lee

THE PRESENT leader of the China Unity Group was lying Markel Chinese students do
about the lack of official protest from the Taiwan government : spy"news"
about the Tiaoyutai Affair. As a matter of fact there were

official protests from time to time during the year 1971. Why EDITOR I would like tqr make two comments relating to the he sends to the Atlanta Consulate.
did he deliberatedly slant the truth and why did he want to article on UF Chinese students groups by Jose Sariego in. the My second comment, has to do with the differences between
remain anonymous? To me, the only reason was he did not August 5 Alligator. .he two Chinese student groups. I am the faculty advisor to
want to be responsible for what he has said. The first comment has to do with whether or not the the "China Unity Group" which is identified by Mr..Sariego
As mentioned by Jose Sariego. "most Unity Group Chinese group with which Dr. UJs associated spies on as"leftist"and by the ice-consul: as "being supported by the
members said their parents'were being Questioned back in students from Taiwan. Several peeks' ago I' went with the Communist delegation at the U.N."
Taiwan for their son's activities in the U.S." How many student who was having trouble getting his passport renewedto The latter statement is absolutely false and the former is a
members does the Unity Group have and how many of them meet with a representative of the Consulate of the Republicof distortion of the actual political views of the members'of the
are Chinese. Can you provide evidence to show that they China (Taiwan). China Unity Group. I have been part of university 'life for the
really have had this harrassement? I asked this gentleman on,what basis the student's passportwas past 23 years and there is no way the label "leftist group" can
On the first page of the Taiwan passport there is a line first withheld and then renewed for only six months? He be applied to the China Unity Group.
which states "The.Ministry of Foreign:Affairs of the Republicof replied on the basis of the newsletter that was sent to him by The closest analogy I can think of is if Sariego had referredto
China requests all civil and military authorities of Friendly Dr. Li's group. 1 then asked him what was in the newsletter the student organizations of' the Democratic and
States to lei pass freely Mr. so and so. a NATIONAL of the about the student? He replied:, the newsletter said that the Republican' parties as "leftist" or "rightist" groups.
,Republic of China going to U.S. and afford assistance and student was involved in trying to disrupt a meeting of Dr. Li's THE STUDENTS IN the ,China Unity Group are only
protection in case of necessity." To be a citizen of a country group and that the student was heard singing an anti interested in gathering information about mainland China.
one can not have'all the rights a citizen has without havingany government song at another public function. They consider mainland China and Taiwan one country they
obligation that a proper citizen' should bear.A ,I then asked him if he had conducted any investigation on consider the people, of mainland China and Taiwan'' one
PERSON who could hold a banner and yell "one China his own to verify these "charges" or if he had ever asked the people. '
one State. Taiwan must be liberated" in the Michael Lindsay student involved his-her side of the story? He replied no.: It is therefore inaccurate to label the differences between
incident in front of about 200 people who could sing "liberate IN OTHER WORDS, the newsletter sent by Dr. Li's groupto the two Chinese student groups as "ideological". The fact is
Taiwan"" (a song which was refused by U.S. State Department the Consulate in Atlanta carries the weight of an official that one group is established solely for the purPose of trying to
to be staged by Communist China Cultural Mission at report to the extent that the consulate is willing to carry out gather inform tim and the other, group is dedicated to
the World Fair in Spokane Washington) in front of an official actions against individuals on the basis of information preventing them from obtaining this information.
audience of about 600 during the International week in May, contained in this newsletter. In my mind that's spying.If .
and who could claim that Communist China is his country. Dr. Li didn't know that his newsletter was used in this Norman Markel
now wants the Taiwan government to recognize him as a way, he does now and he should be very careful about the UF Professor
Taiwan citizen, and what is more ridiculous is that the
Taiwan government granted him a six month passport SG director displays blatant sexism 1
,renewal after knowing of his activities.To .
me, he is a traitor do( the Taiwan government), ,he EDITOR I find it hard to tion of promoting equality Department and the Sadlock. Gadinsky did' not
shouldn't be granted any passport renewal.A believe the SG Director of and battling sexism on the UF Gainesville Police' Depart check on Investigator Stevens'
don't want their government Women's Affairs could campus, was guilty of ment respectively.Even rank either. yet he was given M
Americans
LOT OF young display such blatant sexism ai referring to the two male allowing for Ms.Gadlnsky's the courtesy title of"Officer;,"
involved with foreign potiticsp'Their reason is excellent: every she showed at the seminar bn speakers at "Lt. Lambert"and lack of which applies regardless 'of
country should take care of their own problems. But on the rape prevention and "Officer Stevens," while preparation in not deter rank.In.
contrary, they want to involve themselves in this kind of awareness August 5 and 6. the two female speakers were correct title for the future. I hope
politics, and use it as stepping stone to gain a reputation or as Pam Gadinsky. planned a simply referred to as "Be Be inclusion on the program women chosen as speakers at
n mean to satisfy their dream of liberating what they called well-rounded panel of law Wyckoff. and "Sylvia there was no excuse for UF are given the courtesy of
"enslaved" people. enforcement officers, composed Sadlock.. .addressing the men "Lt. being addressed by their
As a university professor I assume that\he knows what is of two men and two THESE WOMEN are fully Lambert and "Officer proper job title.
women who spoke about the qualified investigating officers Stevens" 'and "be'women as ,.
crime of rape.However in the Sheriffs merely Ms. Wyckoff and Ms. Janet ParkWomen's
The Indn'ndentFlorida !? was, startling to .
find that she the very personin
Alligator SG charge with the funcrnmiMTiov -- ,Affairs office inconsistent .

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EDITOR Re the schedule of the seminar on the forum as "Officer Stevens" or "Robert
RlckAd.!mon Gary BolonolfAMt In a satire column in, rape prevention and'awarenrss; this seminar Strauss, MD. No such designation was
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Sports Editor I | N.wi Editor ,,Thursday Alligator. Randy ",-conducted under the auspices of the listed for the women; only their first and last
; Weiss was, incorrectly given Office of Women's Affaiu.) presumably an names were given.
' credit as the writer. organization which is sensitive to the various Such inconsistency I:a pity anytime, but
John Moron Ray Weiss wrote the existing social inequities between the sexes. more so when the agency purports to be
f Photo Editor column. particularly those which deal unfarily with conscious of women in society.:
The Alligator regrets the women.
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JOSE SARIEGO Caleb Grimes, student body treasurer, said.. Eaton and Treasurer'' Caleb Grimes.
Alligator Staff Writer The money y from Servomation would only be Eaton said, "I am very: committed to By ROB DONALD mass seating facility not, it's' (the financial situation). goingto
for the use of the equipment in the Rat;, he something (the student lobby) I feel the ? Alligator Staff Writer be tight.:"'
The Rathskeller may open at night agar* to said. '' students", voted for,, because we '(the Action 1i, vti' 2 Rep. Bill''*Andrews, D-Gainesvtlle,voiced support for the for student being
entertain' UF students if a bill before the A board of managers of the Rat wouldbe Party) hammered on if in our last.. election.:"' t 1'' ,a proposed UF mass.. seating facility: and state marijuana laws in ANDREWS ALSO SAID the chances"good".one but there was no
the Board of Regents was
Student Senate tonight passes created, consisting of a ,majority of t+ He added that establishing such a lobby an address to the Young Democrats in The Reitz Union. placed: on the board. as proposed in

"would the year.be pne" of our major accompishmentsof Thursday night.Responding one chance bill for.thee last. legislative students session..being on. ;.,',

TIlE IDEA for a student lobby was bogged r b 1 1o to varibus questions concerning possible Andrews took the opportunity to poke fun at State Senate
down last year because it was unclear whether alternative uses for the $$14 million in student fee money'' UF President Dempsey Barren. D-Panama City.
\ student activity money could be used for o.1 President. Robert 0. Marston has earmarked for a mass RESPONDING TO QUESTIONS''about Barren's actions
: : lobbying purposes. Y seating facility, Andrews said, "A facility with flexibility couldbe the last session, Andrews remarked, "Senator Barron
But a recent opinion from Florida Atty.. of benefit to academics."THE during seems to take more pride in being proud than being smart."
$ Gen. Robert Shevin, which stated that activity
monies could go for whatever purpose agreedto -...." FACILITY COULD have 100 little rooms, which Andrews responded negatively to the standard queries
by the students opened the way for lobby. REP.: BILL ANDREWS .could be converted to a larger seating area,/"' Andrews ex about decriminalizing marijuana possession.

1 1L The Council of Student Body Presidentswill .budget cuts expected plained. "This type of building is much".more valuable than. "Selling marijuana ought to be a felony, possession a
act as board of directors of the lobby and I yqur stereotype building of classrooms.. misdemeanor," he said. "

JIM EATON would appoint an executive. director Asked whether the use of the student fee money for a mass Andrews said he "supports the marijuana law in Florida
committed'' responsible to them. Ticket deadline nearsThe seating facility instead of educational buildings could bring though he admitted he wasn't' sure exactly what punishment

: last Tuesday, the senate:: THE LOBBY would operate for nine cutbacks in allocations for UF educational buildings in '76, the law proscribed..
reading a bill to provide months, for which the director would receive deadline for'' purchasing -, about 6,000, (season) tickets: Andrews said specified cutbacks are not dictated by the state
$ $ share of funds to create a 56300.$ 1975 season, football have been sold to students. legislature."We .
Tallahassee. "Every effort will be made to find a studentor Hdkets is Aug. IS. STUDENTS MISSING'the READER'S' REDRESSIn
a 25 cent per student a recently graduated student for director," Bob Moore, UF athletic deadline may go to the allocated 27 milliondast( year's' sum) to the Board of :
$ business manager said Student Government office on be divided the state universities,'"" he 'Thursday's Alligator Student Government director
to
: of the nine state universities Student Senator Sue Cline said. Regents among
.
"Approximately the\Ihird floor of the Wayne of allocates from there." Sandra Combs'' wrote that of housing.
Passed a bill allocating $$9,000, to the UF Tuesday continued. "The Board Regents
of the funds would be at debate team' for (three quarters for travel 16,000, (season) tickets'' have Reitz Union and petition to "Regardless, the University had better 'start tighteningtheir Gary Gunter was, a senate The Alligator regrets the
y Student Body President Jim expenses. been sold to t the public and receive.season tickets. belts," Andrews added, "because whether you build a member. Gunter'"' is the error.




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funded project lets you go where you can really real lake water, eight milts south on SR 441. SG
feel nature. Th. Boardwalk Is located the "' '.. I
on eastside .; has'reopened the lake for your enjoyment.And .
of Lak. Alice, |lust past Fraternity. Row on "
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. did you know that you have students working 35 ways to make every one of your "" I
student debs,'better days. '
President Jim Eaton Lobbying John Baric Women's Affairs. Pam Gadinsky
Vice-President Dan Lobeck Athletics Tad Ensslin Veteran's Affairs Ben Ayres
City-County Liaison Harry Bosman CommunicationsInterior Mike Fullerton Graduate Students Joel David
Consumer Affairs Vicky LambethBill Bernard Valletta. Gator Loan Fund Jan Adams
Academic Affairs Jenkins Student Affairs Jackie Hill Camlgras Randy Argabrlte
Community Affairs Steve Thiesse Student Services Eddie Sawyer Book ExchangePulse Lex DyalAndy
TransportationHousing Sue Connelly Finance Jeff FeldmandJon Stein
Gary Gunter Legislative Affairs Winchester' Job Referral Jason Smith
Health Laura MacDonaldMark Public Functions Mike Papontonio Editor..Consumer Guide DwIght Hill
Insurance Jordan University Committees Marge Demery ..,. AA Pres Joe Rugg'CraIg
Ugal Affairs Ken Ofgang Married Students1' Dennis Nebel Inter-University Affairs Smith
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Notices of public hearing on 115 rules of

1.1 University will be published of Florida Wednesday to go into in effect the Notices To Be Published This WeekIn business Advocate places is also throughout available from the county.In racks.at :

addition, copies of the notices will be
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he hearings will be held in Bryan Hall
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ditorium, beginning at 9 a.m., Sept. 3bd will be published the many
by Secretary as partof over other publications.The Indeoendent'scompanion boards as possible.
111 extend be through, that week as long as the Florida Administrative Code. newspaper.The Free Advocate, Each dean, director and department
necessary. Law requires that notices of hearings on will be distributed on campus, in extra chairman will receive copies of the noticesas
(Hearings on proposed'rules of state the rules be published in a newspaper of numbers, at usual circulation boxes at will the president of the Student Body,
encies are required by the Administra.e general circulation within the county Little Hall, the Music Building, J. Wayne members of the Student Senate and ..,
Procedures Act.The hearings must be where the state agency Is located. The Reitz Union, College of Journalism and presidents of College Student Councils.
[nducted prior to Sept. 8, the'date on Gainesville Independent qualifies under Communications, Arts and Sciences Buil- Each will be'asked to display the notices in
lich the rules must be filed with the state law and enables the university to ding, Shands Teaching Hospital, Weil Hall prominent places on campus.
retary of State. Ultimately, the.rules publish its,notices at substantial savings and the main Library area. The Free Copies of the.rules will be available to
any person at cost four cents per
1 page in the Campus Shop and Bookstorein
the Hub, beginning Wednesday. Noticesof
the hearings bear the notice that copiesare
Univessity available by writing to the President's "ti
Office at 226 Tigert. Such requests will be
Produced by the Division of Information & Publicitioni returned to the sender with a calculation of
Services to Communicate official notice fc the cost of the specific request and
Important information to students,
at the University of Florida. faculty < staff raest instructions to submit the request with the
purchase price to Harold King.manager of
the Campus Shop and Bookstore. Persons
desiring copies of rules can avoid delaysby
going directly to the Bookstore. Cost of
arking Decals To Be Mailed Soon ; copies of the various rules will vary with
the number of pages. All _the rules
comprise about 150 pages,or a total cost of

ales to Students Begin Sept. 10With approximately Rules for which$6.public hearings are to be
held during the week of Sept. 3 do not
include the rules of units under the Office
change in general procedures or fees from last year, 'all Career Service 'employees above Grade 21 are eligible to Academic Affairs, which includes all
Traffic and Parking officials at the end of this week will begin All-Area Official Business decals costing$30. Career Service and colleges in the Education and General
[mailing out decals to faculty and staff members who have sent in A&P employees uncertain of their Job Grade should check with (E&G) budget. Those units did not have
{registration materials and payments. their immediate supervisor or the Division of Personnel,392-1211. sufficient time for rule preparation before
Since current decals expire September 1, employees are urged Instructors, Research Assistants, Administrative and Profes- the various deadlines' Their rules will
I to return the registration cards and remittance as quickly as sional employees Grade 1,and Career Service employees Grades undergo hearings and other necessary
possible. Decals will also be on over-the-counter<< sale in the 13 through 21 are eligible for Restricted Area permits, procedures sometime after Sept. 15 and
Traffic and Parking Office in 108-B Johnson Hall for faculty and authorizing parking in designated reserved areas near their placeof become effective on dates that coincide
staff Monday August 25.All purchasers of decals receive a shuttle work. These decals are $24. Certain Health Center personnelmay with legal requirements. '
bus pass, enabling them to ride campus buses free. be exceptions to this rule and should check with their Rule hearings to be given notice
mailed single and married students living on campus will be supervisors. Traffic and Parking officials note that restricted Wednesday include general university
vehicle registration materials starting Monday, September parking time in reserved areas surrounding the Health Center has policies Administrative Affairs, Student
15.Beginning Wednesday,September 10, off-campus studentsas been extended and only those cars with appropriate decals may Affairs, J. Hillis Miller Health Center,
well as on-campus students, may register vehicles and park there from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Previously restriction Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci-
purchase decals at the Traffic and Parking Offices. Fee cards extended only from 8:30: a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ences and the general organizational and
(paid or unpaid) and proof of vehicle ownership must be declaratory statement. rule for the University
I presented when purchasing decals. Students' cars will not be All faculty and staff are eligible for Commuter decals,entitling as a whole.
ticketed for expired decals between September 1 and 15. All them to park In perimeter lots and take the shuttle bus to the inner
I student decals are $12. campus. These decals are $10 each. .
After filling out registration card and determining cost of All motorcycles to be used on campus must be registered. Costis Arts Sciences Students
I individual decals checks should be made payable to UF Traffic $3.
and Parking and returned in the enclosed envelope. Decals for second vehicles may be purchased for one-third the May Pick Up PrintOutsStudents
Faculty above the rank of Instructor or Research Assistant cost of the annual decal. Semi-annual decals are available at
Administrative and Professional employees above Grade 1, and pro-rated prices. Replacement decals are $2 each. in the College of Arts and
Sciences may pick up individualized
computer printouts in 113 Anderson week-
days from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The printoutsare
Car Pooling for 3 or More to assist students with self-advisement
I and list courses taken,courses which needto
; be taken and grade point average.

Offers Savings, Better Parking

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Faculty and staff who qualify for Official Business or Reserved Permit is issued to each car pool,whlcn must be displayed in the Bicyclists Can Get
Area parking decals may wish to participate in the University'scar front windshield on the passenger side in the car that is driven to
pool system, which will enable them ,to park in a good work. Machines Engraved
location, save on gasoline and obtain cheaper decals. Car pool decals are car-shaped and color-coded for the
Traffic and Parking has coded all vehicle registrants accordingto particular parking area on campus.Car pool participants will be I Student bicyclists who do not have their
the traffic zone in which they live. Computer lists of all UF permitted to park only in the area to which they are assigned. On i, social security numbers engraved on their
personnel in a given zone are available to individual faculty and days when a person needs to bring his own car separate from the bikes can get ahead of the line this fall by
staff members by phoning 392-2241 or stopping by 108-B Johnson pool he will be permitted to park in the commuter lots. having their bikes engraved this summer
Hall. Upon receipt of the list,persons can contact others_ who live Vehicles parked in car pool areas without appropriate decals at the University Police Department on
nearby to see if they are interested in car pooling. .and the Master permit are subject to be towed away. Museum Road. "
Each car pool is required to have a minimum of three Called "Operation Identification, the
participants,who must register together in person at,Traffic and Participants may transfer from'one car pool to another in the free service assists police in recovering
Parking in Johnson Hall. Each participant purchases an annual 'same area.by simply notifying Traffic and Parking. Those who stolen bikes:,During July campus police I
Car Pool decal for $10. WlS to transfer to a car pool in a different area may do so upon recovered 20 of 71 bicycles reported stolen;
Each'car;: pool, 'IS required to have a minimum of three purchase of a $2 replacement decal. as a result of using plainclothes officers in
interested in the Car Pool should contact surveillance 'of concentrations of
participants who must register together in person at Traffic and Personnel program parked
Parking in Johnson Hall. Each participant purchases on August the Office of Traffic and Parking before making application for bikes.
25 an annual Car Pool decal for $10. A Master Transferrable any other deeal. Police advise students to chain their tX
l parked bues and to leave them,whenever
o ssible, in heavily trafficked areas.


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I Faculty Support for Honor. Code .1

JjSiSk 'W>i
be more responsive to
..Following is the text of an open letter Honor Court can of academic
of the faculty in cases
from President Robert Manton to faculty needs
An Open Letter From dishonesty.The Honor Court has also been
members detailing the status of the Honor
with faculty
directed to work more closely
Code and faculty responsibility: and
the Investigation
members throughout
President MarstonThe of the cases you refer to it.
In the fall of 1974, a Task Force of eight adjudication faculty
I have appointed a five member
faculty members and eight students was
of the
to evaluate the operation
committee
appointed by Vice Presidents Bryan and --
.
Sandeen to review the Student Judicial Task Force devoted its primary the Honor Court. Honor Court over the next twelve months.At
Affairs process. This Task Force, chairedby attention to the status of the Honor Court The Honor Court has already reformed the end of this period they will submit to
Professor Michael Gordon of the Law and the applicability of an Honor Code for many of its rules and procedures to me their recommendations regarding the
School, completed its report on schedule, our campus. The Task Force is committed parallel more closely the administrative future of the Honor Court. Professor
and I have accepted most of the recom- to giving the Honor Code another year of procedures used in the Office of Student Michael Gannon from the College of Arts
mendations it made. support and made several suggestions to Judicial Affairs. In this way I feel that the and Sciences has agreed to chair this
__m.__ committee. Other members include Jack
Fancy, College of Business, Dan Spinks,
College of Agriculture,Ed Carroll, Collegeof
University Engineering, and John Dunkle, Univer-
Newsweek sity College.
If you should suspect a student of
academic dishonesty, please notify the
..The following article pertaining to acupuncture research in the College of Medicineand Digest Honor Court in writing with a copy sent to
the VA Hospital appeared in the July 21 issue of Newsweek magazine. Producedby Mr. Rob Denson, Director of Student
Judicial Affairs, 124 Tigert Hall. Mr.
the Division oflnformitio AhtbUattom
Do Needles Work? a control for the study. Services to communkttt Denson will maintain communication with

\ \ In the past few years, thousands Cli l Relief: After the series of four treatments offu'aol notices A important the Honor Court regarding the case and
Americans have turned to acupuncturefor more than two-thirds of the pa- information to students,fteulhjuy see to it that you remain informed as to the
the relief of chronic intractable tients reported that their pain was reduced tl the I rn'*uty) of Florida. action that has been taken.
pain-and researchers! intrigued with by 50 to 100 per cent. But when The difficulties in supporting and enfor-
the ancient Chinese needle therapy have quizzed a month later,only 35 per cent of cing the University of Florida Honor Code
advanced a variety of neurologic theoriesto the patients said that the benefit had fWa/k-/n'/ / Student have been accentuated this past year. The
persisted at this level. It is well known
explain just how it works. But now, a Office of Student Judicial Affairs is
team of physicians at the University of that, thanks to a so-called "placebo ef-
with the Honor Court
Florida College of Medicine and the fect, some patients respond to any pro- Registration/ Up working very closely
Gainesville, Fla., Veterans Administration fessional treatment even if it has no in efforts to ease these difficulties. I wantto
hospital has completed a careful physiological! benefit at all. Previous encourage you as faculty members to
study that suggests that acupuncture is studies have shown that a sugar pill or To Each College support the Honor Code by working with
no'more effective in dealing with pain injection of plain water reduces pain in the Honor Court.
than an old-fashioned sugar pill. 14 to 33 per cent of patients, and the Acceptance of "walk-in" students Any problems or concerns you\ have with
Dr. Jerome H. Modell and his colleagues placebo effect may,well account for the during the fall quarter enrollment period this process should be directed to Mr. Rob
selected 261 patients sufferingfrom results the Florida group obtained. The will be the precogative of each individual Denson, Director of Student Judicial
various disorders, including arthritis fact that pain relief was the same no college, Vice-president for Academic Affairs Affairs, 124 Tigert Hall, 3921261. Thank
low-back pain, headache and neural matter where the needles were placed, Robert Bryan has told deans. you\ for your continued cooperation.
gia,which had not responded to ordinary Modell and his associates say, lends Walk-in students are those who have not
methods of pain relief. Each received weight to their suggestions.But .
acupuncture treatment for four consecu- the Florida researchers don't write been officially accepted by the Universitybut
tive days at the hands of Dr. Peter Ky off the usefulness of acupuncture alto- who can register: as unclassified
Lee, a physician who had undergone gether.For if it is a placebo,it seems alsoto students upon presentation of documentsof
thorough training in the art in his native be a powerful one, they note in the admission eligibility during the late General Assembly
Taiwan. In most cases,the needles were Journal of the American Medical: Associ- registration period on a space available
placed in the "meridians" the body ation. Even if the needles help only 18 basis. Though unclassified as to year, Set For Sept. 15
prescribed in the traditional Chinese per cent of patients,the researchers say, walk-in student must have approval of a
texts. But in many instances,and withoutthe acupuncture may still have a place particular college and be assigned against The annual General Assembly
patients' knowledge, the needleswere among the treatments for patients with that college's enrollment quota. required by the University of Flor-
inserted at random sites to provide chronic pain that resists other methods. Walk-in students,except those attending ida Constitution has been scheduled

during summer quarters,, must be admit- for 11 am Monday, Sept. 15, in
ted to a college to continue a second Carleton Auditorium.
quarter. Unclassified summer school students President Robert Marston will
Summer Enrollment Increase can continue enrolling for summer address the assembly,which is open
I I quarters as long as they wish. to all members of the University
The Council of Academic Deans consi- community.
Starts Plans for Next YearSummer dered eliminating walk-in enrollment pri-
vileges at its last meeting, but decided
enrollment in the State Univer- also taking extra steps to increase against taking that action to be able to c Mailing Lists Must Be
sity System is up 11.1 per cent over last summer enrollment because the Legislature continue accommodating faculty and staff
summer's full-time equivalency enroll- has mandated a leveling out of members who desire to enroll for courses Purged AnnuallyA /
ment, the chancellor's office has reportedon enrollment over the four quarters, hope- without commitment to a particular
the basis of preliminary figures.The fully to a complete leveling by 1980. college. 1975 Legislative statute provides that
report showed UF's enrollment for Deans have been asked to have their In past years, 400 to 500 students per "State Agencies which distribute printed
E&G colleges is up 8.8 per cent. No figureswere faculties think about alternative summer quarter have enrolled under the walk-in. material to the public without charge on a
given for enrollment in colleges and schedules that may make summer atten- plan. periodic basis shall purge their mailing
schools of the J.Hillis Miller Health Center dance more attractive. It is possible that Colleges may terminate walk-in enroll- lists annually. At least annually, .each
and the Institute of Food and Agricultural when the Senate considers the 1976-77 ments by notifying the death of admissions agency shall require each subscriber to
Sciences. schedule this fall there will be a definite They can also control the number of reply affirmatively that he wishes to
UF's E&G, FTE enrollment this sum plan for a shorter summer session to run walk-in students because each student .continue receiving such printed material.
mer is 9,620.1, compared to 8,840.3 last concurrently with the regular quarter. must have a college,approval. Any subscriber failing to so reply shall
summer. Undergraduate enrollment this have his name purged from the list."
summer is up 18.4 per cent over last

summer graduate,student from 5,765.3 enrollment to 6,824.5 dropped, but 9.1 266 Bankers on Campus for Annual' Summer ProgramTwo I

per cent, from 3,075 to 2,795.
UF's headcount enrollment took an even hundred and sixty-six bankers from throughout the state Atlanta, deputy regional administrator of national banks.
more dramatic increase of 22 per cent this are on the University of Florida campus this week for the seventh Seventy-five of the bankers will receive diplomas at a banquet
summer, up to 13,677 over last summer's annual session of the Florida School of Banking.The Friday evening, signifying their completion of three successive
11,207. five-day course is co-sponsored by the Florida Bankers summer sessions.
Vice-presidents Harold Hanson and Association in cooperation with the College of Business
Robert Bryan have pointed out in recent Administration. It is designed to provide Junior officers, and First-year students will study bank operitions; second-year
meetings the importance of Increasing i :supervisors an opportunity' to; increase ,their knowledge 'of .students, investment and credit policy, and third year, credit
summer enrollments because funding Is b".uoiig and the U.s. economic system. policy and liability management. During the entire week third
ow based on four-quarter averages. Instructors are presidents and other high ranking officers of years, students will be divided into a half dozen groups,
Previously, funding has been based on a Florida banks and professors from the University of Florida, representing fictitious banks, and be led through a computer
three-quarter average, with a special Florida State and Jacksonville University. Also on the programmed series of decisions to be made on expansion, policy .
l' supplement for summer. instructional staff are Ralph Berrey,vice president of the Chase changes, loans, investments and other banking endeavors. The
UF and the State University System are Manhattan Bank of New York City and V* nnn F'ssah.nd.r of winning group will be announced at the closing session.

I The University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer! I

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Wedding, Bonds t Engagement Rings. 8 i 40 mobile home utility shed Prairie
Traditional or Contemporary designs of View wooded lot low rent ideal for
your choice Handmade for 1 liydlvlduoli student or couple $2000 372-9837 or 377-
who wont the best. Original work by the 2048 after 6:30: (o-3t-l66-p)
The Magic Pontomtne South' leading, Artittt. Matter 7
Gold
Smith and lopldlit. for sole: green and yellow plaid sofa 1'WI'ice1' ; Pnibersitg had
of Bob t Phil Goldberg Guarantee OZZIE By Unconditional. and matching choir good condition $100 1620 W. Unlverdty
appointment only
alto twin bed $25 call 375-0886 or 378-
373-3694
Plus an extra added (o.lBM53-p) 0757 keep trying (o-2t-166-p) .-- 1 1-00" 11111111
attraction conserve your dollar buy a duplex live ,
: I/ In one tide and receive Income from the FOR RENTfurnished
other wayne d. mown I co., Inc. realtor ( Jjr\j (; i1 ( I Now Playing.
Linda Hoover 377-6789. (g.37t.152-p) house graduate upper division flll;
WSfogham I2>65 JBR Mobile homeCentrol air. male I block campus $120.00 each V'''''' "''I( ({.xn 7:10
a splendid time washer, dryer shed unfurn. Brown'sTrailer room 60.00 each additional person 12
month 1 lease 3764652 after Spin (b-8t- an w. U--tw AM
guaranteed for all. $5200. Park(o.at-162-p 373-7991) avble fall .qtr. 162-p) 9:40

HP-55 progromoble pocket calculator 3 bedroom apartment graduate upper
2300NW6SLJS& division male I block $300. 3
f all campus
adapter occouorle plus security
::J 377-9890 1 cradle Included. $450 valuefor27S 378- occupant month 1 lease 50.00 376-6652 additional after 5pm person(b-8l-12 You'll FEEL it as well as see III!
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74 MG MIDGET GOOD COND. $2.< two natural people to shore house, own
((0-41.164-p) rooms 1 blk to uf, fireplace, pets ok, IN SrCX'bUJU8UMa
Momiya-Mkor 35mm camera 48.1.7 lent should want to work on gaaden, 66-mo. a
w-cae $125; stereo system am-fm 8 open sept 1 I. comeby 111 nw 20th dr.
track t turntable, air lutp. ipk. $125. (b-2M65-p)
both excell. cond. call 376-2389 before bedroom for
one apartment rent now.
5pm (a.3t.I65-p) close to campus pool. call University
free 2 cats I year old neutered male apartments at 3768990. (b-4t-164-p)
-t'1l and female ,
Moving must give away
2 bdrm opt 2 blks from campus$600-qrtr.
lovable and Come 208 .
very putty. by
water sewer Included pets ok avail sept
J nw 14th st after S 30 (o-2t-165-p) <
r I 1. call debby 372-3576 9-5 weekdays
3308 Hormon-Kordon receiver BSR 510 sublease or share (b-2t-163-p
1 turntable, EPI M50 speaker worth $450
y share opt for rest of august only own
tell at $250. moving. must ell 373-7694 f HEION lJ mmm .
keep trying (o.2t-I65-p) room pool summit house opts by vahospitar'f.mole '

1972 Mobile Home I2'_62', 3 bedroom Roomate wanted$65 share(b-2t-165-p two bedroom) WONEH'[ 6EOH6E 11101ON
IVi bath large Kreened porch In nice

312 park-near 191. campus((0-21-163-p, pets) ok. $3,000 Call and garage clean opt.917 prefer nw 4th student place.must$75 be plus neat H' l 6HEENE[ 6ENEYIEYE( [ !DOJOED J

t>r. Mutt Sell! DaVIS Classic, tennis racquet. utilities must come over (b-2t-165-p) 1101111111111-10001101 I I ([
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Never used, strung with highest quality own room In 2 boom opt $75 mo. + V4

EWes Debbie nylon 60 378-7759 Ibl..Cost(o-fr-166-p$60 sacrifice) at $43 free phone conservative, deposits.. Heat female air, water for sept& gar call "tl 11 MO N.RXI III W Nat! :I rm.JINNFRIIYS U 1-181115 F'Ji!ifs INIl80111IOISaN

Immediately 377-7680 (b-5t-165-p)
'+ 10-tpeed( English Built good condition .A SI
j r High quality Aluminumrims LIBERATED FEMALE to shore 2 bedroomopt HIlMAf 1 [ 6RIItI'.I component
dude..
w-flreplace with liberal NOW
leather
toddle $60 3734431 (o-lt-
166-p) Mike 372-1463 (b-2t-163-p)

14 rooms graduate;,upper division male
Skin fiberglass 200 cm lange look
binding, and aluminum pole 2 blocks campus kitchen telephone Joe O
Professional equipment. Excellent central heat washer $120 Include O
utilities yr. lease 378-8122 (b-8t-l62-p)
condition. $150 373-0431 (o-lt-166-p)
M or F roommate wanted for fall thru
HOUSE FOR SALE $27,000 3-1. central air
sum qtr own rm In 2 br oc opt $90 mo. +
& heel washer dryer dishwasher tree
Vt util beautiful place 373-5372 1513
& quiet, UF 2 ml 218 NW 35 Terr. Just off or
NW 5lh Ave. 53 J. Frank (b-lt-166-p)
U. Ave 378-3961 (o-4t-166-p)
Room-mate wanted Halwlian Village
For Sale: Mayfair with built in 8-
amp
$87 + 1-3 utilities. Ph 372-
mo. own room
track ha some bu'ned' out fuse orsomething
two speaker to boot 0251 (e-2t-166-p) 2 for I 1

for 20 bucks $373-7033
JIM CONNOR Jfoe your (a-2M66-
PL)
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For Sale: Zenith TV portable need
verticle hold adjustment otherwise Indecent
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373-7035 or 372-7781 (o-2t-166-p) Cinema 4
opening shows lor John Denver* e ea
For Sale: Queen Sue, Lap Seam FREE!
rtcent guest on the Tonight Show, Waterbed (lettthan I yr. old- Includes -
frame and safety liner) Your for 33
Records
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bucks Ph. 3 7033 or 72-7781 (o-2M66-p)

16 Peugeot Pn-10 Bike, $300 new mutt sell
AUGUST 12- for $175 cosh great buy, many extras, 2:10: Return to Plzza inn.

Tuesday domestic beer SOc bottle JJflttlf cherry hope -call 375-1119 (o-lt-166- 4:00: .
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No admission, 1 drink minimum TOYOTA corona mark II 1972 4-speed 5:50 With this coupon buy any

FIRST SHOW 9:00 pm 30000 ml, extra dean. 6 cyl good 7:40;: 'giant large or medium pizzaat
mIlage. 1700or best offer mud .sell!373- 9:30 regular price and receiveone
PG
220 S.W. 13th Streeff6efels, 0890 (Keep tyring) (o-2t-166-p) pizza of the next smaller
size with equal number of
1970 Kenkrofl 29' travel trailer !like new r'
FREEI One
In a fine park in Micanopy or ready to ingredients
roll. perfect for I or 2 iludent $4500 coupon per visit, please.
S G P Presents 466-3723 (o-5t-166-pl' ) The Other L.tort...w evre.rMM .
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LEWIS

TYPEWRITER J.w.lryComponr;
CLASS RINGS

PROBLEMS? CLASSIFIEDSWANTED DIAMONDSWATCH REPAIRS


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SYSTEMS OWE 873-3894 (c.-l I lit..153-p) from campus,large pool t gas gulls,off- Miami Sept. It,1975 and return June 15, ..Jt'lwtN; a f.fn9 fih.'
me t: my friend the cat need room In street parking la Moncha Apartments 1976 Air transportation only$373.34 Call .Curly Permanent}
724 N. Main 373-3359 Home (or even just me) need within 3787224. (c-fr-165-c) 376-5351 after 7 pm 37237295t166(| '

bike to campus prefer for 'epColi Models Wanted 5-2 up photo odv. el) .-.- 3772643RIOINO ".+.
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personal 2 II FOR SALE 4 WD toyota land cruiser COMPLETE LINE OF GUNS
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Stalwart defense paces South victory



By RICK ADELMAN The North running attack and the South took over on
Alligator Sports Editor never got on: track as they their own 38 yard line after a .
totaled a minus four yards on poor 20 yard;punt by back-up
22 attempts. quarterback Steve Christmas.The "tI i'i,:.'
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win Saturday night's Florida STARTING QUARTER. South mounted a !!(; \{,;::,; ,: !':::I\ ,;
High All-Star football gameat BACK John Brantley, aUF strong (ground attack with ,, ,, 7:
Florida Field so it didn't signee who guided Ocala Dennis Smith, another UF .
come as any great surprise Forest to the State AAA signee from Sarasota, gaining if
when the final score read championship last season, 24 yards on three carries and '" (i
South 27-0. lost 29 yards on six rushing moving the South to the ,
attempts and completed only North 19 yard line.
But hardly anyone thought three out of 14 passes.
game would turn into a Unlike his counterpart, Faced with a fourth and 1%'toar.
lopsided mismatch. South quarterback Bob Hely two situatuon, Head Coach
Vince Zappone of Hollywood
had a splendid evening
ti THE SOUTH defense led
Chaminade, elected to go for
touchdowns and
South Dade's 6'4", 220 scoring two .
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and the field goal and called once +f
field
kicking two goals
pound defensive end Willie who drilled it
South's Out- again on Hely
earning the
Jones totally dominated the through the uprights. 1
North offense, turning a standing Back award.
potentially good contest into a The Wake Forest signee got
,sleepy time lullaby. the South on the Scoreboard THERE WAS no scoring in
early in the first quarter witha the second 'quarter but the ;,
Jones and company held 43 yard field goal on the South dominated play. As
To the North offense to 74 total South's first possession. Hely began utilizing his
yards with all of the yardage THE NORTH could do talented split end Tony
coming through the air. nothing on their set of downs Stephens from Sarasota. photo by John moron


G See 'Football' (page 20) FOUR NORTH DEFENDERS CLOSE IN ON SOUTH RUNNING BACK
1 .south'gained 311 1 yards rushing

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By MICHAEL SKINNER The North All-Stars didn't roll over and die, however.
Alligator Sports Writer Stellar performances were given by Tony Vann, the 6'6"
The South All-Stars weathered a last quarter challenge to pivot-man from Jacksonville White, and Daytona's Brown.
defeat the North 80-71 in Saturday's 27th annual high-school Vann was the North's Most Valuable Player, with 12 points
All-Star basketbalKgame in the Florida Gym. and nine rebounds. And despite his afternoon-long struggle
The South'was expected to win, and of course they did but with: the South's Allen Brown pumped in a team-high 14
_not in the way most people expected. points.
FOR ONE THING, many sportswriters thought theSouth's THE NORTH WAS consistently out-muscled throughoutthe
offense would be led almost singlehandedly by Anthony game, especially on the boards. Still, the South was givena
Jenkins, the 6'1" leaper from Miami Springs. And to scare when the North pulled within four points on Brown's
be sure Jenkins,had a good game, shooting 50 per cent from seven footerwith two,and a half minutes remaining.The .
the floor for 12 points. South, then went into a stall and pulled away, with
But the South attack was spearheaded by Tampa Ronnie Davis from Pompano Beach putting in crucial
Robinson's Herbert Allen ,who pumped in 18 points and buckets. The 6'7" center totaled 11 points with 6 rebounds
played some fine defense throttling the North's best players, most of them In the clutch. '
James Brown from Daytona Mainland and Orlando Evan's
Eddie Kuhl. With this victory the South leads in the series, 1710. The
Allen was selected the South's Most Valuable Player. The South won last year, 82.71 In a similar game.
6'S' forward is bound for FSU and has such hot hands he THE HIGH SCHOOL All-Star basketball game started in
used,the tops of tube socks for sweat bands. 1950. Sponsored by the Florida High School Athletic
Allen got plenty of help, 'especially in the rebounding Association and the Florida Athletic Association the game
.. department from Lake Worth's Pat Hickert and Miami pits the best seniors in the state against one anotheror at least
Killian's Andrew Jones. Hickert pulled down 12 rebounds used to.
photo by John moron most; of them on the defensive boards. Andrew Jones was Conspicuous in his absence was Darryl "Dr. D" Dawkins
:. 4 NORTH'S EDDIE KUHL SURROUNDED credited with 10 rebounds, and eight points. Hickert was from Orlando. Evans, who opted to skip college to play pro
I' throttled by tough defense 'good for 10 points. basketball.


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Alligator CorrespondentLou Til tell you one thing," Thursday School at the Florida MIRII ponent's, East Carolina and trouble when UF comet running ,am
H2&.Mld with a ,smile.' coaches clinic at UF. Wake Forest around." "I think welll:! have the best
Holtz will 'be sure of Well move the ball He praised the Gators as being "'The best way to; prepaicfor The blond-haired freckle- quarterback in the nation in
one thing when hi* North 'UF. ..but I hope to God it's on one of the potentially stronger UF is by winning our first faced coach saw the) Gatov Dave Buckey. 'So we'll
Carolina State football team forward." teams in the nation but said two games," Holt? said. scrimmage in thee annual probably be throwing the ball
hosts the Gators in Raleigh on HOLTZ WAS speaking the he's more concerned about "We re expected to win spring game and ha.'also seen quite a bit." he added.
Tar Heels first 'two op- them .if we don't we'll be in them on film several times. Defensively,well l need more
"AGAINST A team like consistency. Our ends are
for UF we might hav4 to start real tall and our: tackles are
Judge yourself it's difficult throwing the ball u soon as real short.. ,I think it shouldbe
we get off the bus f- they're the other way ..,..und."
just so physical strong. And
I don't TonGreen is HE HESITANTLY ad-
No doubt by now you have noticed the judges. At first you too much better thbn Archie mitted' his team has the
thought they were just part of the "scheme of things", but Griffin. He's got the greatest" chance to get good but
then when one thought a shot was fair, that you thought was JACK DIAMOND acceleration I ve efrer seen. quickly note4 with the type of,
foul, you found out who they were. Holtz also singled out schedule they have being
Unlike any other sport, Jai-Alai is one of the toughest to JA1-ALITES quarterback. safety's Alvin Don Gaffney'and. Cowans good might be difficult.
judge. "With the ball traveling so fast, sometimes it is hard and Wayne Fields as being Holtz was reminded that in
'k} even see", said Victor Olaizola, the head j judge at the "superior athlete's." The his four years as Tar Heel
Ocala Fronton. somewhat hoarse Tar Heel Coach,his team has never losta
THE BASIC court rules for Jai-alai seem fair enough, yet coach who has been con game at Raleigh.'I .
second bounce on the floor. This means that the front tinuously talking since the hope (tie-Gaton don't
judging them is one hard job. Because the court is 176 feet i {
court-man a play. If he misses the ball, and the ,"
, three judges are needed to give three different may attempt coaches confeefce began think too much about that
long per. ball completely misses him then the back court-man must Wednesday, also is waryofUF's he said. "I don't guaranteeyou
One judge stands at the short line, numbered 4,
spectives. as
continue the play. tremendous speed: we're gonn4 win but we'llhave
the under serve. A second stands at the long line numbered IF THE ball touches the front court-player cesta or his "I'm just glad we're not a real ,good crowd out, '
7. the,over-serve. Finally, a third..... stands at the serve line, dothing, it is no longer in play. running them in track there."
numbered II. A will beixuse we'd be in bad shape. North Carolina State has a
judge tap two fingers over a stiff curved hand
A serve must. hit the front wall and bounce between court signaling this foul. That wishbone of theirs really crop of High School all-
the audience think scares me-we'haven't faced American freshman joiningthe
line 4 and 7.Many times may the ball is
All three of the judges at the Ocala Jai-Alai fronton have "
served good, when in reality, it is out", remarked Jose La many wishbone (earns, he team this fall but in
played Jai-Alal professionally. 'Senor Altuna, (a renowned added. typical Lou, Holtz sytle. he
Rasa another judge at the Ocala Fonton. "The angles of Opera singer)boasted of many successful years in Italy and IT WAS a lot easier for him can't get too wdrried up aboutit.
each shot are seen differently by every person in the the Philippines.When to talk about his own team .
audience" added Senor Olaizola. questioned, all three judges said that they would though with teams like "The biggest problem a
There are some' basic Jai-alai rules you might care to rather be playing,but all felt they were"over the hill". Michigan State, Indiana and freshman h.'as'is becoming a
know, as they affect each game differently. Senor La Rosa thought out loud "The hardest shot (to Maryland on its schedule: he sophomore"he said. "If they
RULES STATE that a player may not catch the ball and judge)is the low placement". While each judge may see the found it' hard; being op% do good it will fabt be a pleasant
timistic. surprise, in I hope our
it. In other words, each catch must be smooth and
stop
shot in a different perspective, Senor Olaizola still has the whole is
season a pleasant
dean. The ball must be caught and returend with one final .
say. "We scrimmaged the bandin surprise.
continuous motion.In With the difficulty of each game and the complexity of our spring and lost .One thing for sure with
some situations some judges may allow a kind of each shot it is easy to see why Jai-Alai is difficult to judgeeven 127."he said while trying not people like Tht Gators on our
juggling(typical: of Miami)yet this is perfectly legal. for these- xperienced people. If you have still never seen to smile. "Serioi well bea schedule, we'll find out pretty
Another rule state that it does not matter which team them in action,come down to the Ocala fronton and j JudgefOr young football(team with a, quick what kind of team we
member catches the \ball as long as it is played before the yourself. lot to .be desired from our have."



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From page 18) Hely went, over from ten the finishing touches on,I the 'I
yards out climaxing the. 13 North.

play, 84 yard march. back-up quarterback Sam
The pair hooked up for two Henderson, who will attend While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS
completions of 11 and 16 THE NORTH once again UF, used all three runners SHOP and BOOKSTORE,located in the Hub. .(see C-3 on campus map.) We
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second quarter but an attempt inpenetrable gains to Harold Gilmore and .
at a third completionwas Brantley's second and five Alpette Richardson movingthe the student. ,
unsuccessful as pass was intercepted by South to the North ten
Gainesville's Napoleon Green Florida A and M bound yard line.Smith .
picked off the pass and defensive back Thomas Lane. ..
returned it 18 yards. then'carried tor six / .
Green was forced out of the The South continued their and scored the touchdownafter
game early in third quarter awesome ground attack, Ruminek was stoppedfor
with a wrist injury but had which accounted for 311 of no gain. Hely convertedthe <
made enough of an impression their total 432 yards. extra point to close out the .. W
on 'the Florida scoring. d' ;
sportswriters who voted him Hely scored again and
tne North's OutstandingBack. kicked the extra point "1 don't want to blame
boosting the score to 20-0. anyone in particular but our ,, _
pursuit was terrible" said .
q AT 9:11 of the second half FACED WITH an almost ,
North defensive tackle Paul ... .... ..
situation, North .a. '"..
the South took' over hopeless Petnsko who had an out- ..
\'fIIt possession it their own 16 coach Brent Hall was forcedto 111:. J' _I;.
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yard line and put together an go to the air and the South
impressive drive that was was waiting. On second and "We just made too many
capped off by Hely's first eight at their own 22, mistakes," Petrisko said.
touchdown.The Christmas threw incompleteto "We'd get to the ball and just
T South stayed exclusively end Phil Wallace but the wouldn't hit. 1 thing we just "
on the ground with South was penalized 10 yards didn't want it. The attitude ;-'. '' '' \
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