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\ Nader. accuses UF of opposing research groupBy

LINDA WISNIEWSKI about their own community.life until they Under a negative check off system students ...JU.: ." .
receive their degrees." would automatically be billed an additional ;
Alligator Staff Writer However Marston said he doubts the SI to finance PIRG unless they checked "no"
validity of the letter because its "tone" was the card. .t
Consumer activist Ralph Nader has Son \'
ap- different from the content of a telephone ,
parently accused: the UP administration of conversation between him and Nader. in the Vice' President for Student Affairs Art
opposing the formation of a Florida Public
spring: Sandeen said UF tried to "encourage the
Interest Reserarch Group (PIRG) at UF.
A the Nader visitor
volunteer at Ralph establishment of PIRG this summer but could
PIRG is a nation-wide all-student consUmer center in Washington D.C. and neither not contact the consumer group's president .
activist goup which handles projects confirm nor deny the validity of Nader's Roxann Marietta. '
dealing with banking surveys truth in lending letter. Nader could not be reached.In .
policies sex and race discrimination and the phone conversation Marston said MARIETTA COULD not be reached for
other projects to protect the consumer.IN Nader was "cordial" but asked UF to comment. <
A LETTER dated last month and reconsider its view that a "positive check off wgf;P P
PIRG has been
addressed to UF President Dr. Robert Q. system" for funding PIRG is .more trying
Mars ton, Nader said the UF administrationas representative of the entire student body's years to become
negative attitude toward the establishment views than a negative check off system.A Last winter PIRG had to
; of a local PIRG chapter was "indicative of the signed by.12,000 students 121'M(i' AlA
paternalistic nature of our system of higher POSITIVE check off system would allow its establishement at UF -
education which still subscribes to the theory students to check either "yes" or "no" on a
r that students, who are fully franchised card if they wanted to donate an additional$1 ART SANDEEN I

citizens, are incapable of making decisions to fund PIRG. I, (see. page, ,'. _, UF encouraged PIRG

The Independent / THURSDAY

Florida Alligator AUGUST 21, 1975

VOL. 67, NO. 169

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

. f Crystal River nuclear

power plant efficiency

challenged- in report.

By ROB DONALD The cost to completion will be another
Alligator Staff Writer $973,300, according to Hester who has
From the consumer's standpoint the worked closely with the project. Additional
"nuclear" power recently purchased by the yearly operational costs undetermined at this
Regional Uitlities Board (RUB), should be time will be added he said. ,
spelled "unclear." "This means a customer cost of 14 mills per
Although some reports claim the nuclear kilowatt hour in 1977 the first year of
plant scheduled to be completed in 1977 will operation' according to Hester. "This
save customers approximately 5600,000 a compares to the projected 27 mills per
year two nuclear scientists who investigatedthe kilowatt hour for fossil fuel methods in '77
expected benefits disagree. and our current rate of 24 mills."
ACCORDING to Dick Hester assistant IIESTER ADDED this should save
planner and second in command of the customers approximately $600,000 a year in
engineering department of the Gainesville- fuel adjustment costs.
Alachua County Regional Electric Water and "This is not so," according to UF material
Wastewater utility, the 11.65 megawatts of science engineering professor Dr. R.E.
Ii CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES the Crystal River nuclear plant initially cost Hummel who with colleague Dr. J.I. Hren
.unsafe condition Investigated $5,419,153 in construction costs. co-authored the study "Should the Regional
Utilities Board Purchase Part of the Crystal
River Plant?" at the request of Gainesville
Mayor-commissioner Joe Little.
% Using statistics provided by the Nuclear
% Regulatory Commission (NRC) and the
nuclear industry the Hummel-Hren report
shows electricity generated by nuclear poweris
at best equally priced to fossil-fuel
I production even discounting high con-
struction costs.

I THE REPORT maintains the Regional
Utilities Board has not taken into con-
sideration such expensive problems as the low
,capacity factor and cost of repairing nuclear
reactors financial and moral responsibilityfor
accidents and even the doubtful efficiencyof
using power to generate electricity.

L__ _,. ? I/ s1 2 M Ai9! yt n The main point of contention is the
capacity Tactor, which is the percentage of
energy actually produced at a plant in relationto
'j'f its theoretical capacity..

All power plants whether fossil or nuclear
fueled must go'through "down time", when
,repairs are made on the equipment. The
.- ) t t4 4 amount of time a'plant is down will reduce its
II capacity factor.
; photo by (o' skipper

I n ,>repair expensive (see page four)

.....2,The'lndpndnt Florida Alligator Thursday, August 21, It7S


Budget cuts mean layoffs for Shands employes

tiy LINDA WISNIEWSKI Shands acting director Dr. George THE OVERALL BUDGET DECREASE that would be laid off she said.
Alligator Staff Writer Singleton informed the employes of the totaled approximately $400.000 from last Walsh compared the re-organization of
Funding cutbacks from the state legislaturehas layoffs in three meetings last Friday. Walsh year.Stetson said adding the lay off of the ten Shands to a re-organization of positions that
forced approximately 10 employes to be -.aid. employes should be able to take up the occured in the Department! of Education
laid off from W.A. Shands Teaching Singleton was unavailable for comment. budgetary slack. when Education Commissioner Ralph
Hospital. The re-organization of positions which Because of Shands' economic dependenceon Turlington was appointed department head
Between 10 and 12 employes have "either would include requiring employes to performthe patient revenue. Singleton "made it very last fall.
already been laid off or are about to be laid same duties in different departments .clear (at the employe meetings) that no A reduction of employes also occurred
off." Vice .President for Health Affairs Dr.. reduced the total number of positions. employe serving in a direct patient care when the department of education was
Chandler Stetson said. SHANDS' BUDGET is funded partly from position would be laid off." Walsh said. reorganized."We .
THE EMPLOYES which are exclusively in the legislature while the remainder of the certainly hope that we can do better
administrative positions, include some career budget comes from patient revenue Stetson SINGLETON ALSO "did not make any things for more, people by using less
service and some administrative and said.The reference to any specific number of employes" resources" Walsh said.
professional personnel. UF Personnel 1975 legislature allocated approximately
Director Robert Button said. $6.5 million to Shands comparedto
Button said that "to my knowledge" four the nearly S9.9 million the hospital receivedthe
employes have already been laid off as of last year before. Stetson said.
week. Last year Shands received an additional Informant in Camil bust
THE LAYOFFS OCCURRED under a reorganization $17 million from patient revenue and this year
of employe positions at Shands, approximately $20 million is expected from
administrative assistant Etta Walsh said. patient revenue.

I ,Spouses to use Infirmary 1 1By arrested in theft ringBy

HELEN WIIELAN are not students, they the Infirmary is to go to
Alligator Staff Writer should pay more. Mac- Alachua General Hospital.But .
Spouses of students can Donald. said.ALONG they can be seen onlyif
receive treatment at UF WITH the $10 they are poor a residentof KEVIN BLOOM ",
health facilities starting in tee, the Infirmary receives Alachua County or Alligator Staff Writer
the Fall, Laura MacDonald funds from Student recommended by a private A woman said to be the liaison in the recent t
Student Government's Activity and physician. MacDonaldsaid. arrest of t former Gainesville Eight defendant r f fM
Government Health Service Fee Advisory Scott Camil by two federal Drug Enforcement
Director said. Committee (ASFAC). The student would havea Administration agents was arrested and
With 20 percent of the These funds will total long wait at W.A. charged in connection with what officials
student body' married and $590.000 for the 1975-76 Shands Teaching Hospitalor describe as $1 million theft ring in Orlando
earning an average yearly fiscal year. Dr. R.B. with a private physician Sunday.
income of 4000. each Shaara student health unless it was an Barbara Davis. was charged with buying
family spends $400 a year director said. emergency she added. receiving or concealing stolen property ac-
on health care Mac- The $26 fee was ten DURING THE cording to Orange County Sheriff:!.
Donald said.BECAUSE. tatively agreed upon by the SUMMER, a woman has Department officials.
of Health which is Camil said Davis became acquainted with
a new Board to wait about two monthsto
him in late January under the of 410 y ... ....
addition solely for spouse comprised of members of see one of the 15 name -- "
care which will be completed : the college councils and gynecologists in Alachua Barbara Ives. SCOTT CAMIL
October I I. the the Student Senate County when she could Camil, who faces trial October 6 on six trial date set
infirmary could save Shaara said.A just walk into the infirmary counts of drug possession and resisting arrest
married couples time and definite spouse charge ," MacDonaldsaid. said Tuesday that Davis and he became
money she said. will be decided at the first "involved in what he thought was a "normal READER'SREDRESS
Spouses could con meeting of the student "1 anticipate 400 people relationship.
veniently walk into the health advisory committee signing up for the spouse Camil said he was introduced to two federal
infirmary without an a presidential policymaking care program." MacDonald agents later identified as Eugene Fitzgeraldand
appointment and the committee made said. Ray Porter by Davis under the auspices of In the July 31 Alligator "TV repair" story
treatment would cost half up of three vicepresidentsand "After seeing the spouse arranging"a deal to sell office equipment and staff writer Keith Moyer incorrectly reportedthat
what is paid to a private three students in Mid. care we will look into business cards for a first aid store in Linmar Electronics charged a $25 flat
physician or a hospital. September.THE child-care" she added.If Orlando." rate estimate charge., Owner Bob Shapirosaid
McDonald said.Students INFIRMARY'Sspouse a new infirmary is CAMIL who at the time was working for a his company does not have an estimate
would pay care unit's main built close to Shands supply firm on a commission basis said Davis charge. They have a $25 fiat rate charge for
approximately $26 for advantages are the hospital child-care, wouldbe told him it would "be a' great way to make labor on a color television set.
their spouse along with the availability convenienceand possible because of the some money." Shapiro said there is an additional $5 labor
$10 l fee students now pay speed of service. close access to doctors and The same two men involved in the alledged charge for parts that must be soldered, plus a
lor the use of the health MacDonald said. nurses, especially business deal later arrested Camil for charge for any parts needed to fix the set. He
facilities MacDonald said. One recourse for pediatricians Macdonaldsaid. possession of cocaine. During an ensuing said there is no labor charge for installing
"Because the spouses students who do not use struggle in the agent's car, Camil was shot in plug-in parts, such as tubes.
the back. The Alligator regrets the error.


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administrator in try to recover $200 loan

B1 JOSE SARIEGO THE LOAN was made June 18,1974 and Mathis filed suit Heard is represented by attorneys from the law clinic at the

Alligator Staff WriterA in Alachua County's small claims court in January 1975.i Spessard Holland Law Center which provides free legal

At the trial, defense attorneys for Heard filed a motion to services poor persons who cannot afford their own lawyers.

UF student has alledged that an administrator in the transfer the trial to Circuit Court by asking $3,500 damages, Heard supports three children on $110 a month..

Student Affairs office applied "intimate personal pressure" to charging misconduct by Mathis., NEITHER HEARD nor her attorney would comment on
the case because the appeal is still pending in the courts.
of $200 loan.
coerce her for repayment a
The motion charged that Mathis on several occasions

The allegations by part-time student Ann Heard were made refused re-payment of the loan and that he applied "intimate

in Circuit Court in connection with a suit by administrator personal l pressure" and used "objectionable and obsecene Alligator takes break;

Benjamin Mathis to recover the $200 he loaned her. language" in Heard's presence.
"THAT'S A BUNCH of shit," Mathis said. "There is no
THE FINAL judgement in the suit stated Heard "tailed to
behind this.
again Sept.22
establish the of the evidence" moral ter- prints
by greater weight The case was transfered to Circuit Court by the small
pitude. wantonness, outrageous aggravation or reckless indifference claims court judge and the case came up for trial June 27.
in attempted collection of the debt. The court ruled in Mathis's favor, ordering Heard to repay Today's Alligator is the through Friday, beginninglast
The decision is under appeal. the $200 plus court costs. issue of summer Sept. 22, the first day of

ON AUGUST 4, Heard's attorneys filed an appeal with the quarter. The Alligator will fall quarter classes. We
The Joan was part of a recruitment drive for minority wish our readers a
in Tallahassee, where the suit is still resume publication five
UP of the student'stuition District Court of Appeals
students to attend by subsidizing part pending. days a week Monday pleasant break.
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Nuclear power .

from page one)

NUCLEAR reactors present two problemsto engineering department, shows a 74 per cent
maintaining a high capacity factor according capacity factor for nuclear reactors after 5
to Hummel. years as compared to 72 percent for fossil fuel
"No materials known can withstand the reactors. Ohanian blames the differenceswith
extreme conditions of nuclear radiation for the Hummel-Hren report and David
long" Hummel said. "The stainless steel Comey on their inclusion of "old prototype, .h '
pipes develop cracks' through which leaks experimental reactors." XJNF S
occur." HESTER POINTED to improved turbine
The Hummel-Hren report uses generators the Crystal River plant will emptyas
documented cases to display the expense in backing for the 80 per cent capacity factor
repairing nuclear reactors, due: to the dangers claim.
of radiation.IN "Plant availability is usually based on
ONE CASE, approximately 2.000 generators" he said. "A thrown blade could
welders were required to complete a job in six shut a plant down for three to four months."
months. The job would have taken one man Hester cited the Oconee. South Carolina
one week in a conventional plant. Each man plant as using the same equipment as Crystal
could be exposed to the radiation for only one River, saying "They've had problems, but
minute every three months. their capacity factor has been higher than 50
These problems cause not only additional per cent."
expense according to Hummel. but are THE OCONEE PLANT, built in 1973. had
directly responsible for the low average capacity factors of 43 per cent in 1973 and 57
capacity factor of nuclear power plants. per cent in 1974 according to a chart which
The customer cost statistics noted by Dick appeared in the November 1974 issue of the
Hester of Gainesville Utilities were based on "Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists."
an 80 per cent capacity factor, which he said According to Hummel generators have
can be attained. been in production for 60 years. He expressed
"SOME ARTICLES are saying the averageis doubt improvements in the generators could
SO per cent." Hester said. "This is affect the capacity factor by more than two

misleading. They are factual and accurate per cent. .;' .,
publications but they only considered'the Hummel added that the reason for the ) '
plants having problems test units." difference between RUB's prediction of an 80 ,
According to the Hummel-Hren report, per cent capacity factor and NRC statistics ;', ..'(.". :'\l. J'" "'" 'f.\
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NRC statistics for all U.S. nuclear plants over which show only two plants ever attainingsuch ''to., .' <" .. .,f.: ; '

100 megawatts show an average capacity efficiency, is the "effective capacity ,t'<,, < <,I! ;..' .
factor of approximately 55 per cent. factor." ..: ;t.,1'i. : ?/ ..": I' ''''I
Fossil plants have a 60-65 per cent capacity THE EFFECTIVE capacity factor is factor. described by public interest environmental

The report shows that a 55 per cent efficiency researcher David Comey in the May 1975 1D+ r f C'1, to
by both nuclear and fossil means will "Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists" as a '
yield identical 33 mill costs to consumers by method of making elastic.statistics.A .
1982. Hummel noted 1982 is a favorable time nuclear reactor must be cooled which is
for the Crystal River plant, since it takes much more difficult in the heat of summer.
approximately five years for a plant'to achieve Therefore, the reactor does not work as efficiently

minimum efficiency.A according to Comey. COOLING TANK photo by Joe skipper
conflicting report published by M.J. The effective capacity factor takes the I
Onaniau, chairman of UF's nuclear relatively reduced expected capacity for these .> heat decreases efficiency

k 1 months of decreased efficiency and applies it River plant by the Hummel-Hren report
,' : to the entire year. anyway" added Livengood.
HUMMEL CITED cases in which plants "This thing started in 1966 when we had
using the effective capacity rating, had our first environmental hearing" Bob
capacities of over 100 per cent in winter Roundtree, RUB chairman said. "This was
months. not a spur of the moment thing. We did not
Comey compares the system to computingthe receive this report until July 3. while the
handicap of a golfer, using the score he decision to buy was made in March" he
4 4 made in a blizzard, while suffering from a added.

hangover. "The purpose for having Hummel and
Even if other arguments were dropped, Hren appear was not to help the board makeup
according to the Hummel-Hren report, and its mind, but to present the pros and cons
only the efficiency of generating electricity by of the safety of nuclear energy," Roundtree
nuclear or fossil fuels compared, nuclear still elaborated.
,' r does not fare well. "We do 80
not expect an per cent capacity

'};:f":: .... Based simply on the amount of energy factor the first few years" he added. "But
\" ",.' :"! ,, ,:.t ri saa'i expected to be gained compared to the our reports" show even 40 per cent will save
'. ... ,i.1I'i amount of energy expended building, fuelingand money.
.\ the Russell Ramsey, city commissioner said
plant, nuclear efficiency
'.'i "" is at best one third of fossil, according to the the Hummel-Hren report did not say anythinghe
did not know.
\ ', 1t.. report.NUCLEAR methods return three units of "The report spoke mostly to the issue of

... energy for every unit invested while fossil economics, which I have looked into," said
fuels give 10 units. This does not include the Ramsey. "The report said nuclear generated
unresolved, complex problem of storing or power would not save money. I'm convinced
I'. ; disposing of nuclear wastes. there is a savings."
Included with Mayor-commissioner Little's "The American Public Power Association

,request for the Hummel-Hren report was a headed by Alex Radin In New York, publishesa
request they present it before the Regional weekly newsletter on all factors of public
Utilities Board.According power,"' noted Ramsey. "They have a

to Hummel l, they were on the professional staff:which has been providingRUB
agenda several'times, but were removed for with information on. nuclear power," he
reasons such as a lack of time or lack of a added.
'quorum. Little favors the purchase of the Crystal
t THE REPORT River power but sees problems for the future."I .
was not
; until after actually presented am more conservative than Mr. Round-
purchase had been "
though RUB had made tree. I feel there are going to be problems
f copies for at least
prior to the purchase. a month he said adding, "but I am ,more favorablethan
Mr. Hummel."I ..
"I 1 am well aware of the, fact that for
some Florida
this particular reactor
reason ;or 'other' '1' .
management did
distribute the not Power is building will work, producing
report Mayor Little
.. They had the report in ample time." electricity for a long time," Little continued.
\ ,.. According to Stan Livengood/ assistant "However, I'm not sure society will be able to
the director of RUB "There to produce and maintain the disposal of nuclear
was "
.. unequivocably no attempt to delay this
photo by'io skipper to the board until after the Crystal report Hummel said RUB is considering buying I
HIGH CONSTRUCTION COSTS decision. River substantially larger percentage of the Crystal

HI don't believe River plant in the future, however.
.2000 welders for one job any board member
"This is
influenced in whether to' was "The story's not over, he said.
the Crystal only the beginning"

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is not big enough By FRANK RINELLA
Alligator Staff WriterA

s for everyone
telephone tape service that answers various questions
about campus life will be available to UF students throughthe
Reserve now to be certain of Fall occupancy. J. Wayne Reitz Union fall quarter.
"Nexus." Latin. for "connect" is a program in which
students can call one of two telephone numbers and have a
Closest to Campus Fully Furnished and other facts
tape played that explains policies, procedures
Master TV Antenna Dishwasher about life on campus Paula Schwed, writer and producer of
Pool, Sauna Laundry Facilities ''.
." the tapes explained.
"' r : SCHWED SAID the program would be different from the
1231 s.W. are Avenue HOURS: UF Student Survival Handbook."It .

MON. FRI. 1:30: to P.M. will sound as if you are talking to a person and will be
easier than running around trying to find a handbook," Sch

l 372-3557 ftSom of the friendliest ptopU In Gainesville wed said.
"It's easy to just pick up the phone."she said.
THE SERVICE will start out with 100 tapes and grow as
more tapes are needed.
8 "Another good point is that tapes are easy to update," Sch
WOOA wed said. "If someone calls and tells us a telephone numberhas
been changed we correct the tape with little difficulty."
/' afcfc FLORIDA The service will be available from 7 a.m. to midnight
10a Sunday through Thursday and 7 a.m. until 2 a.m. on Friday

and Saturdays.
r+ :. BILL RION, Union director originated the idea after
eW SpecialPurchase seeing a similar program at the University of Cincinnati
according to Schwed. She added that as far as she knows UF
r would be one of only four schools in the U.S. that offer the
The University''of Kentucky and University of Wisconsinare

Natural the other schools that offer the program Schwed said.
:. 1 4 coordinating So far! S700 has been spent for the project according to
.y e fashions for Rion.This includes money for tapes cabinets to haul tapes
around and recorders.
I back to school RION SAID those were the only equipment costs.

Although 75 to 80 people have been involved in producingthe
JACKET I project. Rion said "the basic responsibility is Paula's and

.... mine to get the thing on the road."
8.99 Schwed,writes all the scripts Rion double-checks them
f I then they both check with the source involved for. accuracy
JEANS before the final corrections are made.
Rion said some tapes'will change weekly. They will mostly

7 .99 ,;- deal with concert and movie schedules,on campus.A .
TALLY sheet will be kept to determine which tapes are
used most and which should be dropped for
r Make a great lint"impression with' being frequently
r' h your classmates this, fall m this. lack of use. .
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Independent' florlda Alligator Sunday August 21. It7S

Puffin' preacher still 'feisty' at 82

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI When asked about a framed polaroid snapshot of him and .x y.eyM1 Me i f fu
Alligator Staff Writer Florida governor Reubin Askew, Gordon revealed that in
1956 he personally baptized the UF student Askew into the
The spry, 82-year-olf former minister sat in his kitchen Presbyterian Church.HOWEVER .
puffing on a cigar and eating sardines."If the Mississippi born minister was not awed
that's a sorry article I'm gonna sue you for defamationof ,.by the fact that he led the Florida governor to religion.
character-and don't put down I was named after UlyssesS. "Gov. Askew is made out of the same hide, hair, toenails,
Grant. Grant may have been a good man but I was named and gristle that you are," Gordon said. nwISlrr
after a confederate general" Ulysses Short "Preacher" After proudly showing off his 9-year-old mongrel dog
Gordon "aid.PREACIIER. named "Dickie"" Gordon led the way to the front door. r
GORDON was awarded an honorary doctorof "After you write that article put a couple of copies of it on
humane letters degree from UF in 1963. is of 142 ," he
one my porch,you hear? I don't subscribe to your newspaper
recipients of UF honorary degrees.The explained. r,,. A.YEARS.
feisty Presbyterian minister would not reveal much THEN, almost as an afterthought, he added "Be a -
about his life and refused to tell why he was awarded his reasonably good person and on Sunday confess your sins to OF SERVICE
honorary degree instead he pointed to the wall where the priest. I reckon you've got a few." awarded honorary degree in 1963 I
numerous other plaques hung and said "look, if you want to '
I received then read the citation."
see why a degree
The honorary citation reads that Gordon "closely not to
associated himself with the students at the university (of Honorary degrees easy get
Florida) and was directly responsible for the building of the -
present Presbyterian University Center (on W. UniversityAve.
.). By LINDA WISNIEWSKI NO UF honorary degrees have ever been given for "political
"His unique and warm personality and faithful devotion to Alligator Staff Writer reasons" to increase UF's prestige Cantrell maintained,
friends made him an early favorite as a man among men in adding the only criteria of"paramount consideration" are the
,the all male student body. He has challenged students in their What do former, Brooklyn Dodger commentator Red two previously mentioned.
thinking, understood them in their weaknesses, 'and encouraged Barber and Los Angeles Times columnist Max Lerner have in Why give an'honorary degree to one pulitizer prize winning
them in their academic, professional, and spirtitual common? writer such as Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, who was
pursuits" the inscription read. Both are among the notable and not so notable personagesthat awarded degree in 1941 and not other pufitzer prize
GORDON NOT ONLY challenged UF students nearly 30 have received honorary degrees from UF. winnersi?,The answer is quite plain Cantrell said.
years ago but was a challenge to interview. In UFs nearly 70 year history, 142 honorary degrees have "Thesi (Honorary Degree Recipients) are people who have
"Stop asking me so many questions," Gordon said, when been awarded to distinguished people of various nationalities, 'been recommended>> by somebody to the committee and the
asked how many cigars he smoked in one day. "How'd you get professions and walks of life. committee, the president, and the Board of Regents have
to be so curious?" BARBER RECEIVED his degree in 1970 and Lerner was deemed them worthy of this honor," Cantrell' said.
After a few more puffs of cigar smoke Gordon did reveal awarded his honorary degree in 1972. THE PERSON who nominates someone for an honorary
some facts about himself. Both Barber and Lerner had to meet the same standard degre does not have to know the nominee personally,
GORDON SAID HE came to Gainesville from Kentucky requirements before either were given UF honorary degrees.A Clntr paid, although it is often the case.
nearly 50 years ago and served as minister of the First special presidential committee, the Committee on There is "no set form" for nominating someone for a
Presbyterian Church on SW 2nd Ave for 40 years. Honorary Degrees Distinguished Alumnus Awards and degre although the "more complete the information (that is
Gordon retired from the ministry nearly ten years ago. Memorials considers the qualifications of the ,honorary provided concerning the nominee) the faster the committee is
However. Gordon would not give any additional in. degree candidates. able tjo pct (on the nomination)," Cantrell said.
formation about his life. THE COMMITTEE considers each candidate submitted UF commencement speakers are frequently nominated for
HOW DID he feel about awarded for an award on two criteria: "eminent achievement in
being an honorary honorary1 degrees as in the case of Washington Post publisher
degree from UF? scholarship or high distinction in public service, and Katherine Graham. Graham received an honorary degree in
"I felt it through and toes" he exemplifying the "purpose and ideals of UF," committee
my fingers replied sar 1971 after she spoke at the August commencement exercises
cast ically. member and protocol officer Fred Cantrell said.
that year Cantrell said.
The fcommfttee is composed of faculty members appointedby Other: UF honorary degree holders include former US
the J UF president. senator and Florida governor Spessard Lindsey Holland and
UF faculty' \ members, employees, and elected or appointedstate former Florida senate president William Augustine Shands.
officials are ineligible for a degree while in office, THE FIRST honorary degree ever given was awarded to
Cantrell said.AFTER Dr. Andrew Sledd UF's first president in 1921.

t the presidential committee approves the honorary The most recent degree was given this past June to Johanna
degree candidate, the person must be approved by the UF Dobeiner, professor and chairman of the department of
president the faculty, Senate, and the Board of Regents. microbiology at the University Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Cantrell( would not even reveal how many names submittedto Dobeiner heads a Brazil research program that exchanges
the committee are actually rejected each year "for rather faculty and staff from her program with those at UF's Institute
obvious reasons." of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Cantrell said.
"I w'uldn't want someone to find out they were consideredby DOBEINER WAS awarded her degree on the basis of her
PREACHER GORDON the Committee and then were weighed and found wanting," discovery that nitrogen coverted by tropical plants from the
., a trusted friend of many students Cantrell said. air can be used as fertilizer, he said.Page" .

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Pot bust account relatedBy

Damveld said he briefly resisted but was /aeJenf4.:
quickly subdued and handcuffed
Alligator Staff Writer by the ,
undercover policemen.' Two, the
Fritz Damveld was settled in the crowd on
arresting officer from UPD
the Union North Lawn before the start of the were Damveld
said. The other from the
was Gainesville
movie. "The Parallax View" smoking a joint
Police Department. Damveld said he noticeda r
with somebody sitting next to him he'd never
seen before. pistol ,stuck in the officer's back pocket.

Somebody dse he'd never seen before, "an THE TWO STUDENTS were driven,
ordinary looking student." moved beside him handcuffed to UPD headquarters by a
and asked.,"Hey. brother, how about a hit?" uniformed policeman Damveld said. More
DAMVELD PASSED him the joint. The than an hour later they were told since theywere
man took it. then said to Damveld and his students they would be released and
unknown neighbor "you're under arrest.," turned over to the.Office of Student Affairs.
To two other "ordinary looking students" Had they 'not been students they would
coming up from behind he said "Handcuffthat have been booked into the Gainesville Adult
man." Detention Center.( Danneld said he was told.
Damveld was one of I IT ;people arrested at The ,arrests are not part of a drug crack
the Student Government: sponsored mo\ie. down. UPD Captain Vernon Hollim main
nearly two weeks ago. Although the tained but were made by* undercover ,.men
University Police Department (UPD) refusedto concerned primarily with icycle release the names of those arrested. said the method of arrest and collecting
Dunueld' recently volunteered his story. 'evidence was legal< in every respect.


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By SHEILA DRAPER boogie music this weekend. Music begins at 9
Alligator Staff Writer p.m. and there is a dollar cover charge. Go

dance yourself into a frenzy- a great way
to relax for upcoming exams and we know
ALIBI LOUNGE 3333 W. University how important that is to one's performance.
Ave Fandango continues to present their THE MONK'S INN- 1305 NW 5th Ave. -
warm acoustic music at this" quiet Big Bill and Ginnie will display their acoustical
Daddy's Lounge. The piano and guitar music this weekend featuring flute and guitar.
melodies will begin at 9 p.m. No cover. The music begins at 9 p.m. on Friday and
BEEF AND BOTTLE-5220 SW 13th St. Saturday nights. There is a $2.50 per person
Jim Connor will be pickin' folk tunes on the minimum order rather than a cover charge.
old banjo for a second big week at the En
=o tertainer's Lounge. Don't let the fact that he
recently, finished a tour opening for John
Denver deter you from enjoying his melodies.The SG leaders planto
first show is at 9 p.m. No cover but a one

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windows! NOW 200H on all attain fame and fortune. Their music will add Student Body President Jim Eaton said
72" x 108". 90" x 108". 118" x 120" the already pleasant atmosphere and good Student Government plans to secure a copy of
food. ,The pickin' begins at 8 p.m. UFs administrative procedure rules which
See our fine selection of exotic DUB'S -4560 NW 13th St. The Dalton will be adopted at the hearings beginning on
Boys,a mixture'of local and Alabaman talent. Sept. 3, in an effort to see if there are any that
tropical plants. will provide the rock and roll,("you can danceto may be questionable.Eaton .
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M 8-1 jU ? from 8 to II p.m. There is a $2 cover on which they wish to request a hearing.
miirii weekend nights and the music begins at 9 HE SAID two definite SG concerns are the

p.m.THE current rules on housing contracts for dor-
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1Nhe rehave you, gone Richard Virgona ,?

of it all is that this fall the
What ever happened to Richard Virgona? And finally, in March, the regents in a move we The upshot largest
And where is he now that we really need him? had seen coming for months.voted; to raise tuition student body ever will descend I on UF: 28,838'

He has faded into relative obscurity since his 7.6, percent, for freshmen and sophomores, 15.4 students. That represents 700 more than last year.

novel act of defiance, when he should have become per cent for juniors'and seniors, and 21.2 per cent But at the same time, there will be 50 to 75 fewer

something of a UF folk hero. for graduate students. faculty, reduced physical resources and fewer
It was Friday Oct. 4, 1974 when Virgona fed Meanwhile, cutbacks threatened the closing of support personnel.In .

up with it all climbed on his bike and rode two the Microbiology Lab, while the Colleges of other words, students will pay more for less.

miles to the Hub to repay a student loan. Journalism, Education and Arts and Sciences, In addition to fewer faculty and larger

What had finally gotten to him was the system faced with faculty cutbacks and space shortages classrooms, students will find a deteriorating

functioning at.its best. Two hours in line to get a began to worry about their accreditation status.In library with little money to buy new books and an
fee card, and four more hours in line just to pay his the Spring, President Robert, Q. Marston aging infirmary that is literally falling apart.It .
tuition. He deplored the inefficiency of the whole wrote a letter to SUS Chancellor-designate E.T. looks like some of the gilt is beginning to wear
process and wanted someone to know it. York saying UF may be forced to declare a state of off, Florida's FlagshipUniversity..
When he the Hub $200 loan "financial Marston noted
went to to repay a emergency. Marston's first
President year as head orFlotida's
he had had enough and he wanted it to be ob: "Decreased resources can only result in decreased First
University must have been
vious. I It was. education." something of a baptism of fire. Yet he remains
He repaid the $200. In nickels. It was significant that Dr. James Heath, actively
optimistic about UF's future. We wish we could
Four thousand of them. recruited by UF for the chairmanship of the -
share his optimism.
"You think of these things while standing in Biology Department, quit in' disgust that spring, With a less-than-committed state legislatureand
line," he later mused. saying .Florida "does not have the commitment
competition for
increasing recognition from
No major transgression, but just outrageous needed to create a great state university."
the other state universities, UF have'reached
enough to attract attention. To let someone know When the smoke finally cleared UF received $1 may
its pinnacle. ,
he wasn't gonna take it any more. million more for its general and educational
All of which brings us back to Richard
We hope Virgona will return with his nickels in budget than last year, but in the meantime had Virgona.
Student cohesion and
unity to have
the fall because, j judging from the events of the run up a $2 million dificit.. In spendable dollars it seems fallen
last four quarters, things are going to be even more represented $2.2 million less than last year. by the wayside in recent years as abortive efforts to
raise 'student this
inefficient around here in the fall. Marston's financial emergency never occured, protests spring
And it isn't just the bureaucratic processes that but few doubted that educational quality would 'And in fact there is little we can do at this pointto

will suffer, but the quality of our education itself. suffer. correct a deteriorating situation.But .
The deteriorating quality of education has "One inescapable conclusion is that the qualityof consider the visual effect of a mountain of

gotten to be a rather hackneyed complaint around instructional programs will, suffer some nickels rising out of the Hub when tuition paying

here lately, but the storm warnings have been deterioration because of a reduction in faculty and time comes around.

constant and consistent through the past academicyear. career service positions," UF Academic Affairs That ought to at least grab someone's attention.

Vice President Robert Bryan said recently, Where is Richard Virgona when we need him
The first indication that things weren't all that

rosy in the ivory tower came in a small story buried'
on page 12 of' the Oct., 1974 edition of The

Alligator. .
Board of Regents Chairman Marshall Criser,
noting the failing state of university financial

support, predicted, "We may soon be faced with a
drastic economic situation over which we have no

To this, State University System (SUS) chair-
man Robert Mautz later added the system was in

for a 'majorshake up" when the.legislature,met in

the spring. .,
Next we found several classes'had been enlargedand'

several graduate, .assistant positions
eliminated to compensate for a' loss of funding

because UFs Executive Vice President.Harold.
Hanson' had admitted 600 extra freshmen in t

defiance, of 'regentS' policy. Hanson's folly was
ultimately to cost 'UF $500,000 in lost funding.In R

early November the regents, meeting at UF,
decided to cut the J. Hillis Miller six year budget

request by $26.5,million.They also dropped such
planned construction projects from their priorities
as' a new' UF infirmary and $11 million in additions -

to the Health Center. Ironically, at.that NI, IS.MFENWH'DAPEOHK 1 1 RK5HT i>KNOW-. TWS'WHAT//'
same meeting the regents 'ludicrously decided to '
ask the state for $120 million to build mass seating "

facilities at seven of the nine, state.universities.: ',: :t .
In the spring The Alligator:began a series of' The IndependentFlorida '
stories appropriately entitled "Hard Times at UF"which : -:0' .. *on Edltoc-in-ChW Cunningham ... Tam Newt Swader Editor '
detailed the worsening state' of OF .
Alligator :
economics. Graduate assistant lay-offs and faculty .. .
cutbacks became inevitable as UF ran up 'a $1.7 till' l?Mt'.lcait: Douglas Hatch ,MindlKoJmanlayout
million deficit and the Board of Education slashed I EP Managing Editor' C; Editor '

the SUS proposed budget by $8.5 million.In .

Tallahassee, State Sen., Robert Graham, RA'Tony't endzlor.. .4. ...., :.................' L". .,,,,.,.General Publish by -
always a friend of higher education, predicted.that Jam..V.Cookj, ,.. '1Ir" t'rif I >N.... t'',(fW" .. f..!+il..l i' ."".Aullfant General Manager CampusCommunications
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1h"lndpn'Thursday,Aug w f 21,1 7S, tog*9

Dump Betty movement launched,

According to Bo Callaway, Ford's campaign manager ". .low principles and decadent activities."
Nelson Rockefeller is the President's biggest liability in That's even stronger language than Rocky evokes in St.
seeking the Republican presidential nomination. BRIAN DONERLY Pete. It's easy to see why. The Rock at least allowed ra bunchof

This has been the conventional wisdom and it has set many prisoners to be gunned down at Attica and came up with a
conservatives to the task of choosing a better vicepresidentialcandidate OPINIONdaughter tough new drug law for New York. Conservative Republicanscan
for Ford. Such men as Ronald Reagan Meldrim L find no such redeeming qualities in Betty Ford.
Thompson, and George Bush are often mentioned. So, the same people who brought us the dump Rocky
However, things have changed dramatically in the last two came to her with news of an "affair." movement have a new project: Unloading the First Lady.
weeks. Ford now has,a bigger problem then even Rocky: His To get the reaction of the Republican heartland, I have This cabal has fired its first public salvo through the syn-
wife Betty.As been reading the St. Petersburg Times for the last few days. A dicated column, of William F. Buckley Jr. The First Lady
of the Times' letters brought forth the stands accused of "undermining the traditional presumptionin
you know, she went on television and expressed many quick scan page "
views which are to put it mildly out of the Republican following reactions to Betty's remarks: favor of chastity and fidelity.
mainstream. She heartily endorsed the Supreme Court's ". condones the breaking of civil and religious laws." Of course a replacement would have to be found for Betty
ruling on abortion, "assumed" that her children have tried ". .liberal and foolish views on premarital sex." Ford.The last bachelor President was Buchanan and he isn'tvery

marijuana, and said that she would not be surprised if her "The whole, concept is one of extreme permissiveness." fondly remembered.
Fortunately, my vast network of sources has provided me
.with a.list of the names being mentioned most frequently in
the board rooms of "National Review," the headquarters of
Young Americans for Freedom and other centers of the

'- 'Vt cOnspiracy.First .
!rA" lT, .L-AN on most lists is Shirley Temple Black. To begin with,
,_,, ,.
many conservatives see the Good Ship Lollypop as a vital
() addition to what they see as an inadequate U.S. Navy.
... u. : Furthermore, Black's service at the! United Nations and as
'A.I ; !-J K), U.S. Ambassador to Ghana give her impressive credentials in
J .
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":> "7.r. A "' the field of foreign policy. Conservatives feel that she mightact
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1I(;1e T) / -; 'l.J": () -'", _' comsymp. .
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1" ; ., / '- Right behind Black on most lists is Phyllis Schlafly.
E'(, I o- '' ,. Schlafly's position at the head of (the Stop ERA movement

0'b"\ I lJO. contrasts nicely with Betty's efforts on behalf of the proposed27th
c) \ \ \ Amendment.Her .

\ 1.y /. ,' stance as an unapologetic cold warrior also stands her
/ : /. in good stead. If Schlafly were the First Lady, conservatives
\ -, V" reason President Ford would not only meet with Alexander
; \ \ ( .' ..,I Solzhenitsyn, he would make him Secretary of State. Take
\ '' (lJ<< ) '\\f' ,, that Henry.
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\ -- /' .,.; Also picking up some support is Nancy Reagan. The feelingis

.'.. ... .. '. .... .' '. '. ... K.y---. ;..., <. ..;;C'''' that if they can't have Ronnie in the White House, they can
df .. ., ,
\ .. .':'..:......_.... : at least get Nancy.A .
long shot who is getting some support is Marabel
) Morgan, the founder of the Total Woman movement. She

/r JctffltI / recommends anything and everything for making a husband
happy, including leaving notes in his lunch box saying "I 1

........ crave your body." Morgan's supporters think that this is just
what Jerry needs after a tough morning in the Oval Office.
Quite a few other names are being tossed around. However,
a reliable source assures me that there is absolutely no chance
I Serious that Janis Mara will be the next First Lady.
students should get a breakA

critical assessment of mass education, priorities: and the graduate students, often with families of their own, usually
problems having a hidden connection therewith is long have to work for what they get and are therefore more likely to The Independent

overdue. .I wish to address two issues in this regard: ,((1) be mature.)
disturbing and destructive acts on the part of some students, In addition: I was appalled to learn that graduate Florida AlligatorRick
particularly freshmen and ((2)) the recent cheating scandal. education is lower on the list of priorities than is, lower
The disturbing and destructive behavior is manifested division undergraduate education. If the state is to invest
primarily in the freshmen dorms, although this is not to money in education, it should invest in the serious student, Gary BolonoH '
imply that university housing is to blame. In a recent article in not the cheater .nor the prankster. Sports Editor As t. News Editor
the June 6, 1975 Alligator two area directors mentioned suchacts While I have confidence in most of our administrators, my I'"
as discharging fire extinguishers and dropping M-80 confidence in those who favor a large enrollment for its own John Moron
,firecrackers down the toilet, the latter act resulting in $1,000 sake has been eroded. I remember all too well the six hundred Photo Editor
worth' of damage. I have personally observed water fights, extra freshmen and earlier this year, there was the possibilitythat
shaving cream fights, firecrackers, loud stereos, shouting in the funds to support these freshmen would be taken from
the,halls and throwing of objects from balconies and win- funds designated for the support"of graduate assistants.If .
dows.It the administrators responsible had to live in a freshmen Athletic reduction

is wrong that when in my room (for which I have paid dorm or sit in an overcrowded classroom, their actions might
rent). I am made a captive audience to such boisterous activity have been different. If they want a high enrollment to
,some of which can result in injury and all of which does generate funds for the university then perhaps the funding seems only fairEDITOR
little to provide for an atmosphere conducive to study. system should be re-examined, and otherwise, I can only

On one occasion,such rowdiness kept me awake until 5 am. speculate as to the possible motives. Your report in pinch, that our teams use last
Furthermore. I am tired of having to apologize to my guests The news article cited above mentioned that mostdestructive the July 31 Alligator con year's traveling jackets
for the actions of some of my neighbors.The activity occurs at times of extreme stress or excitement ,cerning the reduction of costs because in the university'slibraries
article also mentioned the fact that the costs of repairs ,among the residents. Mass education is an underlying of intercollegiate activities we are having to

eventually result in higher rent and-or fewer services for dorm reason for such stress, especially: since some brought tears to my eyes. make do with last year'sbooks
residents. People who have not learned to respect the rights of professors attempt to flunk a certain, percentage of their Eventually I consoledmyself and periodicals.Berta .

others should not be attending the university at the expense of classes.A with the thought that its Lou Clarke
of the state of Florida. better way of weeding out people would'be to disenroll .
the taxpayers ) only fair in our budget Cataloger Library West
The cheating scandal is a manifestation of the fact that those who are not serious students -a: least- those who cheat .
there are students who are not serious about obtaining an and those who refuse to "live and let live.." .Ito
education. They only want a degree. Honest students are Some university personnel who handle discipline wish,to be' UF slobs are too lazy'
adversely affected by, cheaters directly in courses were "nice guys' and thus go easy on offenders, but by doing so,

grading is on the curve and indirectly in the job market.I' they are ,automatically going rough on the victims of the' find garbage I
also question why the taxpayers should support these offenders. The "slap ,on ,the wrist" mentality, tends to encourage a can

students. Mass education is fine only when the "masses" are disrespect for the law. EDITOR Securing a of revealed one trash tan
copy approximately
pursuing'an education.' My final point is that while abuse of visitation. la( victimless ,
serious Tuesdays and 50 yards
the Alligator on away.
serious "crime," if crime at all, when roommates are inconvenienced
most a except
Now graduate"students are' generally the Thursdays near Norman Hallis As the "slob:,'* ire evidentlytoo
In the ) has received more attention from state
to cheat or to participate
less likely
students. They are a disgusting experience. It lazy to deposit their junkin
characteristic: of freshmen than are other governmental agencies than have acts of disturbance
boisterous activity have the ,
seems that many persons appropriate receptacle
destruction or academic dishonesty, even though the adverse
students. visual discrimination it behooves the proper UF
education is more costly to administerthan effect on others is greater. I find this an inconsistency.
Although graduate problems and are mistakingthe personnel to locate a garbage
education, I am still at a loss to understand The pranksters and cheaters have had their breaks: now let
is undergraudate orange Alligator can as close as possible to the
advanced the serious student have' few!
and a
have the lowest tuition
why freshmen ,receptacles J for leash, bins.! orange Alligator distributors.
graduate'students the highest.. (Let me also point out that A quick survey of the area Paulette Dale AS
freshmen. are generally subsidized; :fty their' parents while: Name withheld ..


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Page 10. Thelnd.p.nd.ntAorida Alligator Thursday Auguit 2i, 1973

Michigan ruling gives on-campus

Dorm privacy : residents tenant hts

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By H.B. GOLDBERG search warrant if there is probable cause to '.; : '
Alligator Staff WriterA believe illegal items are in dorms looms
Hennessey said. Room checks for fe
U.S. District Court judge in Michigan! hazards or other purposes are restricted to
ruled recently that college students are en- what is out in the open he said.

titled to the same rights of privacy in their .. s t r,. .wr
dormitory rooms as any adult in a private IF SOME ILLEGAL ITEM is seen, the
home, reports the Associated Press. resident adviser (RA) will usually talk to the 71.wx.
Two Grand Valley State College students student first. The RA has some discretion in
who were suspended from the Allendale these matters Hennessey said.
Mich. school for possession of marijuana in But if the illegal item is judged to be a
their dorm room won a suit against school major violation of state laws by the RA or
officials. Judge Noel P. Fox rules that college' other university officials, a guard is usually
officials violated the students' rights becausethe posted to make sure the student does not
officials searched the room without a dispose of the evidence, and law enforcement .. .w.r :
!search warrant. officials are called in, Hennessey added.

UP DIRECTOR of Housing James An example of discovered contraband is
Hennessey said UF housing policy is in line marijuana. The course of action depends on
with the Michigan decision on searching. But the amount. Hennessey said. A marijuana +
A Yrll' +
he was unable to say to what extent UF policy cigaret found in a dorm room might only
corresponds to the other rights of privacy entail a reprimand by the RA whereas a
ruled to be common for both dorm studentsand larger amount would usually necessitate
adults in their homes. bringing in the police, he continued.A .
Fox could not be reached tor comment and
reports did not specify the"rights of privacy." LANDLORD MAY ENTER a private
dwelling at any time for "the. protection I or'
THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY in a Ur' dorm preservation" of the rental unit, according to
and a private home differ in some respects.For the law. This right to enter at anytime applies
example visits by members of the opposite to emergencies, such as fires.
!sex are not restricted in homes but are The law also permits landlords 'to enter
in dorms. dwellings at reasonable times for other
Hennessey said this discrepancy arises reasons such as to show the Unit to
because the Board of Regents set hours for prospective tenants, to make necessary or A'W
visitation.In agreed upon repairs or to provide some ;
addition there are provisions in the agreed service, such as extermination.
university housing contract for entry into IN ADDITION, landlord has the right to
dorm rooms by university officials. enter under the law, if a tenant unreasonably
"Authorized university personnel may withholds permission to enter. An example of
enter student rooms for inspection, main' this would be barring the landlord from ,44!
tenance housekeeping and conduct purposes entering so he will not see damage caused by
." the contract reads. the tenants.
Both Hennessey and Carl Opp director of However, the l law prohibits landlords from
oil-campus housing conceded the rights of harassing tenants.
off campus tenants and dorm residents differ. THE DECISION of what constitutes t4 H
reasonable hours or harassment are left up to
But they agreed that entry rights by the courts. graphics by ken money
university personnel in dorms parallel lan- The Michigan ruling only has force in the
dlords' rights to enter ,their tenants' district in which it was issued. However, the
residences as stipulated in the 1973 Florida decision could set a precedent if a case involving I
Landlord-Tenant Law. privacy rights in dorms were to come ..
dif fer from home
some rights residents
UF HOUSING POLICY is to obtain a before a Florida court.


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Tli. Independent Florida Alligator Thvndoy. ,August 21. 97$.Pag '11

Panhandling ordinance passes. first reading-l lI

By ROB DONALD Ramsey. who with commissioner Aaron "too vague"
Alligator Staff Writer Green toted against the.ordinance expressedthe Asked for solutions by Mayor
Gainesville's proposed anti-panhandling desire for "citizen awareness of"what thisis commissioner Joe Little. Green noted. "I 1
ordinance received initial acceptance Monday all about." think the Gainesville police who have a
night as the city commission voted 3.2 in favorof GREEN CALLED the ordinance "un budget of over $2 million should be able to
the bill on first reading.If constitutional.'citing a similar l law which was control panhandlers humburger-snatchers,
passed on second reading the ordinance declared: unconstitutional in the court of etc"
will prohibit the act of begging or loitering for appeals in Arizona. Ramsey suggested volunteer student foot
the purpose of begging. Begging is defined as "The commission is getting into the patrols of the area and a student government
asking orally by gesture or any other means regulation of lifestyles of individuals. These program to ask the students not to give moneyto
of communication for money or any form of cases must be dealt with on an individual the panhandlers. He also pointed to the
material value without intent of reciprocal: basis" Green said. need for increased police action. .
consideration. Bona tide religious and Scott Morton a UF criminal law student, RAMSEY SAID he believes if a message is
charitable organizations would be exempt. pointed out, "People coming from the snow a sent out through the "sub-culture." to other
THE COMMISSION earlier voted down a night in the detention center might not look cities such as Atlanta that Gainesville'
motion to table the consideration of the too bad. "won't put up with it, anymore, there's no
ordinance until September 8. "THE COST and hassles involved in en money for panhandlers here," the situationwill
iP jLIm Those citizens still in attendance after a forcing the ordinance would be prohibitive" improve.The .
: tour hour wait expressed desire to discuss the Morton said.Ramsey final vote on the ordinance is
\ issue before the commission.: Commissioner echoed his earlier statements that scheduled for Monday, August 25. with
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I RUSSET RAMSEY vote for this as it st mds but I would like time complaint. Green also reiterated his con be absent. But unless voles are changed the
increase police action for us to debate this." tention that the wording of the ordinance was vote could produce a deadlock at that time.


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II The Independent Florida Alligator, ITiundoy,Augutt21,1975

Roller rink goes modern

with plastic/ / floor./ oinbaII/ //

By there." The offenders

,i the' races and the

Welch motions to the
with click click, click.
music? You

and Well,, atmosphere is homey. 7
have a tough time walking
wide-eyed teenager yells
plastic you at the door and
systems and ticket in hand is a real
old of J.R. Neal.
or lady
jive sounds boy", whom
"It's (of course.) Pop works r
Welch, supplement his income. 1

cents Palace today says. "I'm taking life easy,
The you live on a fixed in
wife,. every little bit
According to
the tip of his

naif-million skate up to grab
or poke him 0 af
"WE IlA '
this place; $ ; fellow," Welch says of i I
we can seat love him." .
Welch is

management money'I Night Session, the
working included 12 year I
glassed off '. a free-style amateur .
floor. whose trophies are I II
And Glenda's only been I
Gainesville years and Welch thinks

Welch, a across the floor, one I
trouble ice instead of plastic i
door quick She employs ballet

He Welch opens the 'and reminds one of a ,SHUFFLING AROUND photo by John moron :I

.no more organ music t t'

Voter registration drive i

7f I

planned for fall

a in / // quarter !!

By JOSE SARIEGO form which will be sent to their hometown 4

run it ,4/t' Alligator Staff WriterA card.precinct, and hand in their old registration !, 0

/ student voter: registration drive will be THE FORM CANCELS the student's !
conducted the.,first two weeks of school this registration in his hometown.
save fall. !
Winchester is also trying to organize a mail i
Tables will be set up in 10 locations around drive to dorm residents over the break between 1
campus to register students. The tables will summer and fall quarters to advertisethe 1 0
be open from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. and the drive registration drive. He wants to mail 6,700
I will hopefully register 2,000 students, according letters to dorm residents by Friday, Sept. 19. q
to Jon Winchester, Student I

SG clans to build bandsh Government ,legislative affairs officer. The voter registration books for Alachua I

-- - .. THE 10 LOCATIONS County close the first Saturday after school !
will be: ,starts Sept. 27.
By KEITH MOYER for functions such as Student Government Monday- Corry Village, Graham Hall, The first local election is. the Nov. 11 \
Alligator Staff WriterIf Production (SGP) activities and Accent Towers.Murphree Hall Jennings Hall and the Beaty election on consolidation of city and county

speakers."IF government.
plans turn out UF may have a WE HAD a bandshell," Grimes said Tuesday McGuire Village, Tolbert
"Gatorshell" for the Bi-Centenn'ial 'in the long run it would allow us to save Tau Hall. Hume Hall Broward Hall and the Zeta LAST YEAR, only 217 of 3,645 students
celebrations next July 4. money." Alpha sorority house."We're registered in precinct 31, the on-campus
UF Student Government precinct located in the J. Union,
and the UF Grimes -said it costs'SGP around $1,000 Wayne Reitz
Bicentennial Committee are trying to get people to voted in the local elections.
working togethe every time a stage is set up for a concert. register i in
in an effort to' build a bandshell on the Keister said ho definite cost has 'been : Gainesville instead of their hometown 1
campus to commemorate the natic because, this is where they'll be "
determined for the bandshell, but Grimes living,
bicentennial. Dr. Elwood J. Keister, & said he would like to possibly keep the costs'aslow Winchester said. .
He said the :'
committee member said. drive will
20000. concentrate .
as on ((4
Keister an instructor in the Department of HE SAID the structure could possibly be registering dorm residents, with other drives I
Music said there is coming later (In the II
a "need" for a place constructed with reserves from student. activity year for other students
where students, as well as university musical and service fees. !
functions can be held. TO REGISTER, students
need : .
Approximately $100,000 is in the some ;
UE SAID plans arc still in the process of reserve, he said. curren-Iy proof of age, such as a driver's license' and NaderT 'I
being drawn, their previous registration card, if ;
up. ,
Grimes said $2.14 they have
credit hour, iI *
Keister said per ; 0 I it one. ,,. t
a site that students
would have '
deducted from student fees finance '
to various (from page oriel :
edsy access to would be a top priority in student activities. ,., The students will ", .
planning, what he called' lie 0' .j in their card fill
( "Gatorshell. out
Both Grimes and Keister said they hopedthe a short personal form and After obtaining the required 25 of :
Caleb Grimes. UF student body treasurer, bandshell repeat an oath of percent
said a site near the Reitz Union be the would be completed for nextyear's allegiance a process which Winchester said student signatures needed for its establishment
may Fourth of
July celebration. should take only a few minutes. under a Board of Regnets policy, the 1 0
best.Grimes Definite plans would probably be announced If the student's consumer
registration is from group discovered they could not use
said the band shell could be used in the fall. Keister said. Gainesville outside the !
\ they must fill out a cancellation negative check oft system as previously
planned because of a decision by Sandeen.Pop .




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This. page paid for at usual advertising rates. The Upndnt Florida Alllgatfr.'ul"lCfay.August 21,1973., Page 13 '-

Onlv O rsity 1 1,600 To Graduate;

by the Division of Information. Public.
Orations Services to Communicate official' notices !,
important Information to students faculty & staff est
at the University of Florida. I Procedures OutlinedPROPOSED .

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-;---. ..1 ......\' Approximately 1,600 students will re- attending graduation' and students are
'---. -' ., ceive degrees Saturday, August 30, and encouraged to invite as many of their
about half that number are expected to families and friends as they desire.
participate in summer Commencement The processional begins at 9:15: ajn.
llilllll' tl. iltr ilk exercises, when State Senator D. Robert Graduates will remain standing by their
Graham will be the speaker.For those who seats until after the invocation, and men
will participate there are numerous detailsto are to remove their mortarboards when
remember. the President removes his for the Invoca-
Students and faculty may pick up caps tion. All mortarboards are to be worn
T and gowns on the mezzanine of the during the conferring of degrees.
Campus Shop and Bookstore at the Hub Doctoral candidates are conferred first, i
from 8 ajn. to 4:30 pjn. dally Monday then:masters, engineers and specialists, I
through Friday of next week.Students will and bachelors are conferred last
be given written commencement instructions Graduates and 'guests ,are; asked to
when they pick up academic regalia, remain in place until the entire ceremony
.. .....,. ..
I':? ':" iI"o! ; ::) :" ,I. >\I( '..:";:: ----- so that they can familiarize themselveswith Is completed.There will be no recessional.
the program. Commencement,coordinators ,expect the
; VETERINARY BASIC SCIENCE BUILDING On graduation day, bachelor's candi- ceremonies to be completed by noon.
dates meet at 8:30 a.m. in the horseshoe- After the benediction graduates shouldgo
Construction Begins Soon shaped road Just west and north of Florida directly to the basement of Florida
Gymnasium. Marshals in orange regalia Gym, where tables will be set up for the
from each college will provide each return of caps and gowns. Graduates will
On Vet Sciences graduate with a card marking his place in receive a receipt,which must be presented tin
BuildingAn line. This card will later be handed to the the Registrar's Office, 33 Tigert, when :
marshal on stage who will read the picking up a diploma. That office will be .
apparent low bid of$3,835,400 was submitted last week by Reinhold ConstructionCo. graduate's name. If a candidate's name is open until 4 p.m. Diplomas will be mailed .
of Cocoa, for construction of a teaching and research facility for the College of difficult to pronounce, he or. she should to those'who do not pick them up. f
I Veterinary Medicine.Awarding of the bid is expected to take place In about two weeks, write it phonetically on the card. Graduates and their families are invitedto
, pending approval by the State Department of General Services Construction Division, Masters, engineers,specialists and doctoral a reception Immediately following
I the Board of Regents and the Board of Education. Construction would begin shortly candidates will assemble at8:30 a.m. Commencement at the home of Presidentand ;
thereafter and Is targeted for completion by April of 1977. in the open area behind the bleachers at Mrs. Robert Marston,2151 W. Univer-
: The four-story basic science building for veterinary students will adjoin the pharmacy the south end of'the stadium. These sity Avenue.
: wing of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. It will be connected by covered walkways to candidates will line up by degree and Students who question whether or not
the new Communicore Building so that the veterinary college may share such support should look for the placard with their they are eligible to ,graduate should
: services as the health sciences library,animal resources,the Learing Resources Center, degree designation. contact the office of the dean of their
i teaching laboratories and lecture halls. Efficient scheduling is expected to permit In inclement weather all candidates college following final exams.
veterinary students to use classrooms in the Communicore and thus avoid costly assemble in the basement of Florida Questions regarding the Commencement -
duplication of buildings and support personnel. Gymnasium. ceremony may be directed to Ms.
Features of the proposed new building include multifunction laboratories on ground Faculty will meet in caps and gowns by Lorraine Albert, 3922101.College .
floor and first floor, each to accommodate 80 students at one time; small group seminar 9:15: ajn. in the area under the bridge Just of Law
rooms; faculty offices'and laboratories for additional instructional and research west of Florida Gymnasium. Faculty
activities on third and fourth floors. follow the degree, candidates and precedethe Ceremonies for 61 juris doctor law
The building is designed to make maximum use of the "home base" concept for platform'guests and speakers. candidates and 19 candidates receiving
teaching laboratory sciences to first and second-year veterinary students.Groups of four Degree candidates are requested to LL.M.degrees (master of laws in taxation,
students will be assigned an area in the multifunction laboratories, and teaching wear dark clothing and shoes and not to post J.D.) will be held at 10 a.m.Saturday,
materials will be brought to this area. carry purses or helmets. Florida Gymnasium August 30 in the auditorium of the Holland
The basic science building is the second facility now under construction for the Collegeof will be air conditioned.No Law Center. Peter T. Fay, UJS. District
Veterinary Medicine. A teaching and research hospital is now being erected on a tickets are necessary for guests Judge for the Southern District of Florida
120-acre site adjacent to the Veterans Administration Hospital of Gainesville, across the will address the graduates. A 1956 grad'
street from the University's Shands Teaching Hospital If construction proceeds on uate of UF's, Law College, Fay was
target, both buildings should be completed about the same time in April 1977. Graduate Grades president of the John Marshall Bar
Association while on campus.

BOR To Meet On Due In Aug. .28 Law candidates are to meet in caps and
General AssemblyOn gowns at 9 a.m. in the Law Library. Caps
Sept. 8 In MiamiThe and gowns may be picked up Thursday and
September 15 Special grade sheets for summer quar- Friday of next week In the John MarshallBar
Board of Regents will meet at 9:30 ter degree candidates have been distri- Association offices.A .
a.m. 'on Monday, September 8 in the The annual General Assembly for buted to all colleges and schools on reception on the Law Center concoursefor
University House building on the campusof the University, which is required by campus and should be completed and graduates and their families will follow
Florida International University in the UF Constitution will be held at 11 returned to the Registrar's Office by 10 the August 30 ceremony
Miami. a.m. Monday, September 15 in Carle- a.m., Thursday, August 28.
.ton Auditorium, "Failure to turn in grades for a College of Nursing;
Requests for HearingsOn President Marston will address the candidate by the August 28 deadline could

Rules Due WednesdayPersons assembly, which all members of the cause a candidate not to graduate," ''f: 'ty-five graduates of the:College of .
University community invited to Assistant Vice President for Academic Nursing are scheduled to'participate in I
desiring to be heard on one or attend. Affairs Gene Hemp has emphasized'! in a pinning ceremonies 'at 7:30 p.m.. Friday, ,I
more rules being adopted by the University memorandum to all deans, directors and August 29 in second floor auditorium of the r
,to become effective October 1, should JM 201 ExemptioTest/ department chairmen. J. Wayne Reitz Union. .
request the hearing through the Office of ,_ '.. All grades for degree candidates will be Following the ceremony,which includes -, 1
the President, 226 Tigert Hall, by Wednes- To Be Given Sept. 16 available to schools and colleges by 8:30: a talk by Martha Jo Snider, graduate
day, August,27 at 5 p.m. Notice can be ajn., Friday, August 29, and final reportsof teaching assistant in the College, a ..
transmitted in person or by writing. Any A test in writing proficiency which would colleges on candidates approved .for reception will be held in the west gallery ,
request bearing an August VI postmark permit Journalism, University College, or degrees will be due in the Registrar's area outside the auditorium for the
will also be honored. transfer students exemption from JM 201, Office by 3 p.m. the same day. ,Colleges graduates and their families.
Writing for Mass Communications,with be have been notified that they should make ,-
Current Parking Decals held Tuesday, Sept. 16,at 10 am. in Room plans to hold their meetings to pass on ROTC Commissioning/ ;
must be able to candidates between
Stadium. the
, 419 Applicants 8:30 ajn. availability C
Expire September I type 20 words per mioute. of grades and the 3 p.m.deadline for Ceremonies for six: graduates being
Faculty and staff are urged to mail in Students who pass the test will be the final report. commissioned into the U.S. Air Force will f II
vehicle registration materials and checksas granted hours credit when they enter the Colleges have also'been instructed to be held at 2 pjn., Saturday August 30 in
soon as possible, so that they will College of Journalism and Communications. post lists of graduates by 8, a.m. the Room 208 Van Fleet HalL The Army and
receive their 1975-78 UF parking decals in Results will be made available in Saturday of graduation, indicating those Navy ROTC units will not be commissioning
time for the September 1 deadline. Facultyand time for students to add JM 201 if they fail graduates receiving honors'or high honors. any summer graduates.Col. .
staff may,also purchase decals over the test or drop it if they pass. The test is Commencement begins at 10 a.m. Richard Glikes, UF ,professor of
the counter In' the Office of Traffic and not open to students who have previouslytaken Dr. Hemp noted on the memorandumthat military science in, Army ROTC, will
Parking, 108-B Johnson Hall, beginning the test and failed, nor those who where necessary to meet degree address the graduates and their guests.
Monday, August 25. Students may register have taken JM 201 and scored an E or a D. candidate deadlines, exceptions may be Larry D. Hutchison has been selected as
vehicles and begin purchasing decals over To sign up contact Mrs. Hettie Glenn, made to the ,University policy on scheduling Distinguished Military Graduate and will
the counter\ on Wednesday, September 10. Room 337 Stadium, 392-1124. 'final exams. be honored at the ceremonies. f'

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Produced by the Division of Information ,." Labor Day UF Holiday
ationi Services to ommunlcat official notices l>
Important Information to students, faculty staff "Digest I September 1-will be a holiday for aU University
M It the University of Florida. Labor Day Virtually aU University offices and activities will be shut down,with the

employees.of the. Lake Wauburg :, which will ,be open from 10 a.m. to a p.m.
,g'It! 'Mr" !. 'u exception;' ? lifeguards are present.
Swimming will be permitted 11 a.m. to 7 p.m:, when
will be
Reitz Union, which usually remains open on
clo edS the quarter break and no classes: are in session. AU libraries,the
will be closeo.
Campus Shop and Bookstore, and campus food services
be at work will receive
Those employees whose duties require them to

compensatory time.

wtJ SummerSummer Break Schedule

J quarter classes end tomorrow. Final exams begin Saturday and
continue through Aug. 29. A two week quarter break follows Aug. 3O-Sept.( 15.
Regular registration for those who didn't participate in early registration this

summer or last spring will be held Sept. 1619.
The first week of classes, Sept. 22-26, will be the late registration and drop-add
period. Fee payments will be due Sept. 29.

; West is extending Its hours to 1 a.m. tonight through next Thursday for
t the convenience of finals-bound students. Otherwise' libraries will maintain
the Health Center will close at 5 for
regular hours until next,Friday when all except
the weekend.
c-. Then Libraries will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays during break, except for the
Chemistry and Engineering Libraries which close during the noon hour.for lunch.
Departmental reading rooms will be closed.
Health Center Library quarter break hours will be 830; a.m.- 10 p.m. weekdays.

--i 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, and 2-10 p.m. Sundays

The Campus Shop and Bookstore in the Hub and the Reitz Union Campus Shop
ri. will maintain their summer hours, 8 jn.-4:30: : p.m.-weekdays through Sept. 12.
Saturday, Sept. 13, they will open 1-6:30: p.m. for people on campus for the SMU

Registration week, the CSBS will open 8 a.m.-6 p.m., and the weekend before
classes: ,9 a.m.-5 p.m.Saturday and 1:30-5 pjn.Sunday.The first week of classes,it
will extend its evening hours to 7:30: pjn;' then it will resume its regular schedule
of 9 ajn.-noon Saturdays and 8 a.m.-7 pjn. weekdays.
The JWRU Campus Shop will resume its regular schedule Sept. 15; 8ajn.-7 pjn.

weekdays, 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays.The .
Health Center Bookshop will stay open as late as traffic demands during the

... i'1liil .................... first week of classes.
And Broward and Towers Campus Shops will open for registration 8:30: a.ra.-4:30
p.m. weekdays.

Women In Football Only Beaty Towers will be open DORMS during quarter break. Students who will need
the dorm should contact Joe Ball in the Housing Office, 392-2161. All other dorms
will be closed from noon Aug. 30 to 1 p.m. Sept. 12.
'N--Ruth! AlexanderThe FOOD SERVICESMost

food services will be closed during the break. The Johnson Hall Cafeteriawill
following article is reprinted from the August 3 edition of the Tampa Tribune: close after lunch tomorrow until Sept. 22.
The and Brew at Reitz Union will close at 29 and
she Orange midnight Aug. reopen at
Are college football coaches "male argument, cites ancient history as
chauvinist pigskins?" evidence of woman's role in athletics. 4 p.m. Sept. 12.
The Reitz Union Snack Bar will close for the Labor
Day Holiday, Aug. 31 and
Is that why we didn't see any panty- "The Romans wouldn't even let womenbe
Sept.1.Then its hours will be 7:30: jn.-4:30: p.m.weekdays until Saturday Sept. 13,
hosed quarterbacks prissing through the spectators at their games, she said.
when it will be open 7:30: to 4:30.: Then, until classes start it will be open 8 ajn.-ll
goalposts last fall? "If they were even caught peeking throughthe
p.m. Sundays, 7 a.m.-7 pjn. Monday through Saturday.. '
The latest appointee to the President'sCouncil fence they were severely punished.
The Arredondo Room will close after lunch 29 and for
Aug. reopen lunch Sept.15.
on Physical Fitness and Sports "The Spartans, however, encouragedtheir '
The Reitz Union Cafeteria closes after lunch lunch'Sept.
_, doesn't think so, and she's one ,of the women to actively' participate in 13. next Friday and reopens for
strongest supporters of women's inter- sports. Even had women wrestlers. Their
collegiate sports around. motive involved the theory that the 21.Coed and Hume Snack Bars reopen Sept. 18; Tolbert and Graham, Sunday,,Sept.

"If the guys decide to wear 'L'eggs' as stronger the woman, the stronger the
Namath .does in the commercials, we babies.They wanted to develop a superiorrace
might see more runs in stockings than runS of athletes and warriors."
down the field," said Dr. Ruth Alexander, What's Ruth Alexander's motive in Simmons Named
chairman of women's physical educationat promoting intercollegiate sports for women
the University of Florida, "but I don't ? Better baby-makers? A superiorrace Director of IBC
think we'll see any girls dressing out for along ?
long time." "We simply want to increase women's Bill Simmons has been appointed director :
If her opinion squeaks of reverse-play chances for self fulfillment and self-satis- of the Institute of Black Culture.
lib,the trim mother of four sons is quick on faction," explained the gourmet cookathlete Currently working on a special tutorial
the defense. who, in two years, has increased the project for the school system in Boca
"Women aren't ready for contact sports university's budget for women's varsity Raton, Simmons will complete his doctor
and won't be for a long tti,'e. Because of sports from zero to more than $70,000 and .of philosophy degree in sociology at the
our physiological development and cultural awarded scholarships to her athletes 'for University of Florida during the coming
influences, the average female has the first time in school's history. academic year.Simmons .
only about two-thirds the strength of ; 38, received his B.S. in
males." "Like the cigarette commercial, 'We've Elementary Education from Allen Univer-
Dr. Alexander, who keeps her own come a long way, baby," she said. "Last sity in Columbia, South Carolina in 1960, .
strength up by Jogging five miles duringthe year we had intercollegiate girls' golf, and his M.s. la counseling and guidance BILL SIMMONS
first 40 minutes of her lunch hour, tennis, track, swimming and gymnastics, frw.ii Indiana University in 1964. Director of IBC
reports that a recent study indicates with the track team finishing fourth, He served as an elementary school
women expend only around 25 per cent of golfers finishing fifth, swim team eighth, teacher, assistant principal and principalat
their energy capacity while men burn up the tennis team finishing tenth and one of schools in South Carolina from 1960 to.wrl Open Office Briefing>

more than.75 per cent. ... 4 out gymnasts 'ranked argpngjlj .top }$. vrThe oIi\\ '
"This low expenditure of energy on the nationally." Institute of Black Culture, under the'' or.IacultyJomorrowThe
part of women is a result of conditioning," This year, the University of Florida direction of the Office of Student Affairs,is Office'of Academic Affairs will hold
she contends.,"The daily activities of the added girls' intercollegiate volleyball, located at 1510 W. University Avenue, and its Open Office Briefing for all faculty with
average woman do not require the amountof basketball and Softball. contains books,artifacts and other mater- matters to 'discuss at 4 p.m. Friday in
energy a male needs to complete his But don't worry, coach. Dr. Alexandersays ial dealing with black culture, and is a Room 233 Tigert. Assistant Vice President
daily activities." that football hasn't even been resource available to the University for Academic Affairs Gene Hemp will
Defending her physiological: and cultural mentioned. community. preside at the session.

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Rich,Hearty Folger'iInstant .
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Dog Food...........?............ ten 23 ? try this quick clam
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N furniture, for Ml desk 45, swivel choir
NW IJMlTREET. 4 DAYI OllllVARr DAY I Wedding Band 8 Engagement Ringi *
I 1r.OUI!VARa !/ Traditional or Contemporary de>'gni of 25,nigh)stands 7 ea, bureau 17 chest 3
10.end table 15 tablet 4 !
choice Handmade for iryliv duoll crawcr parsons \
225430: 610800950 300400: : 605810: : 1015: your .
who wont I the belt Original, work by the eo 373 0177 efter 5 (o 2t 169 p) }
So?tht leading Art,III. matter Gold 73 onda new inspection, chain A r FOR BIGAMY, ROBBERY,
TOMMYAnnMirtrtt $.-'h, and lopdl, Unconditional, sprockets$550 704 tw 2 ten 325-0059)() 56 f .( KIDNAPPING
"aloha, I G,i.ontee OZZIE By appointment, only ford tk. $100 (o-2t.169-p) ASSAULTING AN OFFICER
m "J.381.! .J.!'18t' 'U ""Ji.. --.- Craig elk car tap player with power AND 69 VIOLATIONS
bobby and rose" Eric Clapton conserve your dollars buy a duplex liveIn ploy A jenson speakers. $75.bike rock for. OF THE TRAFFIC CODE.
Oliver Reed Elton John one i,de and receive Income!from the Cot$10.gibson f 23 steel string guitar w
'Iin other wayne d mown A co., lot,reollor case $125. 378-1636 (o-2tl69p) A TWO-GUN,TWTIHIIIMOO-WK. MAMA
3776789 (o.37i.152:pj) _______ 8.36 Mobile, home one bed r. A I living ON A vVOMtTCQ TWINPLAZA0 1970 Kenkrofl 29 trove) trailer, like new r. furnished, encelleht for ttud air con.
I i 1 In a fine park In M,canopy or ready to 'r' $1300 I only or rent for 85 o month call
STARTS TOMORROW roll perfect for I or 2 dudentt $4300 373-5311 (a.2t.169.p)
466.3723 (o.5t.166. ) for '
NW. 13th STIEET and 2:104:106:108:05: 10:0523rd p sole green sleeping sofa very good 2:30:
BOULEVARD AKC registered IRISH SETTER Puppies condition.$95 call 376-3788 (o It 169 p) 4:15
championship bloodline great hunter or for tale piano $165. fur bean bag $10
show potential beautiful all shots' & refrlg $45 kitchen Ml $10. up, steamer 6:00
wormed $100 each. 373.1383 ((0-5'.166- truck with drawer $25 carpets mitt, 7:45
P1) ,items waldo sundries, waldo fie 372.5269ogtl69P 9:30
n.ed money zenith 14 In .color tv, ( ) __
trlump 650 rebuilt, homan.kodon ileep In luxury -Queen size bed $100
MOST INTENSIVE cassette d.ck-dolby. bicycle rims 1 olio odd tome doss to your room with
campy huhi call Lang. 377-8087 (a5t. antique birdt-eye mopel chest! of
166-p) drawers $225 373-8346 (o.It. -)
MANHUNT HOUSE FOR SALE(27,000 3-1, central air For ports'or restoration: 1959 rare model
A heel,washer,dryer,dishwasher, trees 220S convertible, MERCEDES-BENZ Make LEAHMAN
A quiet UF 2 ml 218 NW 35 Terr Just off offer 377-6325 (o.It.169.p) (LORIS
"I U. Ave 378.3961 (o-4t.I6 -p) ,...
$500 Acre 200 beautiful mountain ac it CRAZY MAMA
EVER MOUNTEDFor 15x18 trailer t room fully equipped air, Within, 5 miles, of Ski retort,and Hate
heat, large froitfree ,,!rIg. call after park near crossville.tenn Property It on
!5pm 376-1995 or 377-2171 (o.4t.167.p> paved road bounded I tide by creek I STARTS
-For 1972 12 a 60 Champion 2 BR 1 bath Very tide by subdivision of 3 acre lots telling I
large rooms central air Shag carpets' for $4400 ea will, tell all or ports. term TOMORROW
c drapes A sheer Utility shed' .bar A stools, arranged. Call AI Buckner 466-1746 or
beamed cathedral ceiling of highest .Bill Gardner 376-1384 ((0-2t-169-p) The is 2024.
I .quality Call 377-8389, 377-6992 or 377- reswlwrrrp year
0778 (o- .168-p) 'SantMi'. :: ;: {
Electric Typewriter (portabl.) In good 4f4@i future
4s : ':$
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us'TheMostDangero condition only' $60.00 toll Roberta at
373-5542. (0-31-168-01). :.Ol on dof ,:
.T tY Cf Z probably
1975 Kawasaki I79cc street -trail 1000 .
Man Alive miles good dependable cheap transportation Curly tmaA."t/ : live Ill ItO
$700 call vine 373-7477 or ':' see.
377.r643Case /
392-3749 (o-St-168-01 1 .A" "

12 i 65 1973 mobile home furn,2 br, 2 2:40 1W ,6 ,
full baths,central oc A heat$200 A takeover P
pymts of $81. 374-3133 after 4:00: Promotional 4:30:
pm (o-168-5t-pd) Photography 6:20A:10:
SURFBOARDS theca.used otot,3'."twin s
fin,6V single.70-about 20.00 unfixed ern s i .
ps a.. '" will repair Call Ed after 5 pm 375-1594 10:00 ,yP i >
(o-3t.I68-p) 378.8780
BIKE 2 old 31 N.Maln
great condition. $43 or best offer call
r ;: :\!!f.eHENNESSY 378-0269 after 5 pm must sell
graduating ((021.168plAlma. )
'. I : THI MOST DANGEROUS MAN AIM! .. new 8 x 12 red shag carpet In
4 great condition only $30 also o9. 12
An Amtr c'n Intemitionel Picture
srssZN gold short shag carpet, one yr old only'
Rod Lee Richard $10. Coll 373-7033 (e-31.168-p)

LUXURY: waterbed double-sized wood
1 Stetfcer Remick Johnson frame CHEAP. $10 also dorm hot plate

ears SriO Porter Peter Bean CHEAP: $8 call 378-3227 for these amoiHhlnj
r.rq Save $>>$)0 '
BARGAINS. ((0-21-169-p)
trantportailon. Uv. only 2}
For Sale-Girls 5 speed Schwinn. Good
condition, Must tell o) sacrifice Moving. blocks from campus.
PLAZAQNW I i STARTS TOMORROW Call 373-9682 or 377-0035 hk for Robin.
2:20 4:20 6:10 8:00 9:55"fAKfWCLL (0-21.169-p) .Color TV In every opt.
| 11th STREET and Make me on offer GE 18", TV Vlner .OM street parking'
j 73rd BOULEVARD (Italian) 10 speed or a stellar -"'Ing Individual bedrooms| x.r ;,mc,
guitar. Art m.wn will take trade on n
mamma** MYLOVW queen or dbl. waterbed (o-lt-169-p) ,laundry 'facilities
Waterbed $50 guaranteed until March Furnished xwan
,.. 1980, 378-4631 will negotiate for 10- eGos Grills
speed bike. (o-2t-169.p) o Larg Poo

Bicycle Vista mens. IP-speed brown good Now leasing 'for foil

::,;.o. t' 1 ) ,1 it 1111! __ condition$33 toll 372.3696 works great after on a 5 good(o-lt-169-p deal for) 1'/e i 12 months I....siavallablo.

phase shifter' (mxr 45)) $50, mondolyn Office op nglO5 JiJ [}U @kID@
(gourd body w.hard,shell. COM) $63 EVERY DAY,
HELPWANTED yomaho fg-75 acoustic guitar' $35 call 914) SW 8th Av.. 378-72249 |[ R rated,rather kinky tale of survival
r 373-0938 anytime; best 6-7 pm (o-ll-
169-p) __ NO Or.!Ad1ATTerO AITlre''C1.r'OreMAINCt' 8TAI'fTa.' IL
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The Independent florid Alligator,Thursday,August 21, 1975. Page 19TYPEWRITER l



Roommate needed to shore country 3 bedroom apartment graduate upper part-time maid to clean rooms and 1963 Chevrolet. Impala rebuilt V8
gardens apartment with 3 other girl. division, males I block campus 1300 J adjoining| facilities 15 to 20 hrt weekly automatic transmission rebuilt brakes
"' IMIOIIIJ:>IS? I IWe've 16200 a month plus '4 utilitoi. Coll occupant, 5000 additional person 12 flexible, hours 373-8970 (e-5t.l65-p) good mechanical condition, current, Imp
Ingrid 3927184 (b.3t.I6B-p) month lease 376-6652 after; Spm (b-8t. male student lo aid, ) handicapped, grad sticker $450 375-1383 (g-St-166-pl)
Ned Female to shore 2 bd at Univ, apt 162-p) ________ student In daily living activities,will, pay RENAULT Gordmi 1967 28 mpg excellent
got all' the answers | starting, Spt 1 I. |lease $82 mo Coll 305- 2 liberal, rmmatei wanted to share roomin room, board utilities tuition. Call Staff town car recent inspection sticker In
822-6515 or write to Susan at 270 E. 39 St. 2 bdrm apt;o-c, dote to campus $23 after 6 at 373.5685 (e-2l-16B) good mechanical/ condition, $400
Sales-Service Hlh, fl (b-5M68 pdl) dptt,65-mo; +1-3 utilities, call 377-8005 negotiable 375.1383 (g-St-IM-p)
Supplies-Leas 14 rooms gradual. upper division, main (b-4M67-p) female AUTOS
2 blocks campus kitchen telephone Jac furnished house graduate upper division, _
central hat washer 1120 Includes' 1120 I 00 each WAGON 1973
utilities, yr l lease 378.8122 (b.8t.I62.pJFor ) 12
room 60.00 each additional' person Super clean with many extras Must Sell I
SYSTEMS Rent Mobile, Home Furnished 2 bdrm month (lease 3764652 after 5pm (b-8t- Call 376-5012 specialy priced ot only
1 11'* both new carpet dropei wcnher- 1.62.1')) $2500 (g-fr-163-p) SUICIDE AND CRISIS
724 N, Main 373-3359 dryer, couple only no pelt $180 per MOBILE HOME, 12 wide, 2 or', central 1974 Comoro, like new, power steering'
month, deposit 373.5657 (b-4t.lt7.pl heat, air, thaded lot, close to campus, and brakes, radio, air, new tires, excellent INTERVENTION SERVICE
NIVANIA 1 TREES, lotto room to move, real wood A park )hat pool 160 per mo, 378-8061 condition, only 8000 miles $3900
brick, photo darkroom + studio, AND after Spm (bIt169.p1looking ) evening 373-5886-- ( -51-165-p)
your own room in a really beautiful 4br. for female roommate $46 mo 2 datsun 1974 260Z copper brown
2nd Smash Week 3both house (NW section). Mallow br partially furnithed; available sept 1 beautiful, air/ conditioning 10600 mi 376-4444
roommates Prefer female & non-cig. but route to campus (unlv. gardens) $5200392-12513765019 (4t-l67-p)
7:10 9:40
i smoker CAll NOW-lmes ore tall I 3784)723) (b-2t-169-p I )
377.5232. (b-3t-167-p)
I wont! to sublease I bedroom at the
233 w ?ni eret5 AV* Econ o-Matinee Sun. Only 2 females to share 3 br house for sept place opts for next year In apt 304 come
3:00- $1.50 own rm.,70 + I-3 util call 305.564.2816or by apt 308 at the place and..laurie for
: write 1425 NE 27 Si Ft.laud. Flo 33334b2M69pdJ details (b.2169.p1f.mal. ) ALLYOUCANEATl

( ) __ .. 1 furn rrr available Sept 1
You'll FEEL it as well as see it! behind norman ctt Irg, nicely furn
house, fireplace, dishwasher, no pelt 4PM-10PM
prefer no cor, but It'. ok.tee cathy 618
twlOtl. 1o be shown" $105 (b-lt-169-p) CHICKEN FRENCH FRIES
IN "CCN .Of dOff Mobile, Horne furnished for rent 22 mi. ,
4 ::wlxx from city North Side Santa Fe lake w-air COLE SLAW ROLLS -
condition 75.00 per month call 376-3359 ,
71&WlUiliv'Ave.] ((b-2t-l6Q-p)

,/ 372643STREIT'S:',. :: WANTEDGOLD $2.19

& SILVER!: fbp price paid far class
rings,old jewelry etc confidential Call
OZ2IE 373-3994 (c.-IBi-153-p)
Schwinn Wonted-Mutt have someone take over
Ibdr apt in Unlv. Gardens in Sept 9 ma
Sales& Service on 1_- lIen Goldman 2418 Thomas St liB

IEf I IESIINIYA [ All makes of bikes Pj Hwd) Fla 33020 305-729-7380 (e-St-165-

mllifi.)R flU E (CEHEOEOINE ( ROOMMATES WANTED, individual .rntrll 1\...f.urttnf.
bedrooms, central heat & air, 2 blocks
l 6IIEEIE[[I[ Glmm[ IJOEIIICl from campus,large pool i gal grills, off-
tlreet parking! la Mancha Apartment

11 m UI ln.iii[( .11.WIJ MN.am HIJIana. Grad 378-7224.female(c-fr-lei-cl roommate) ,own bdrm,bath boexxsooooooocxsoooooooooo 1B05 SW 13th 377-0901

.ii iill Mlu'iiiFniii Pt. WeM..:-$118 mo. + H expenses coil
I f li l IU.MII# rl/l./ IIfIIS' I IUIKUI..B..II Lisa KauPman (law student) Jon1 ((904))

area.lurasrs istotns.o wisAUMASA 1 Service 744-1442' prefer non-smoker (c.-.
:;:: ;
FOR O 166-p) ,
377-BIKE I female roommate wanted. $58-month ..f
.o"-t + '. utilities. Pets allowed. Mt Vernon GWALDt
RtX & '"O .: *::o.cc"t.'X.O- : gI optt Call 3929382 (e-3t-167-p)

Female roomate, upper div or grad STARTSFRIDAY
student, for 2 bdroom 1 bath apt
beginning, sept 1, $105 + Vi utilities a >. .
I month, vizcoya,ann 372-0110 (c-3M67-
I (t agbgaAde f P) TECHNICOLO1t'g[ ]

female grad. or upper divison, lo shore e.we-r ri.evee-e
apt 5 min. from compus study habits,

; Mandarin & Polynesian Foods & Cocktails S call Important 377-6503 ac&after heal,5 carpet.. (c-3t.l67.p$78 per) mo. 1:30: Bibbldi: Bobbidi: Boo: 1

Q roommate male or female own and Kung Fu fun too!
bedroom in two bedroom apt prefer law
V Enjoy Authentic Chine cuisine Relax on our Garden Terrace with or grad student 107.50 per month + 14 4:30:
jS prepared by our Chefs f from Taiwan fine cocktails & Polynesian drinks S utilities. Mike, 378.5949 keep trying (c-3l-
dally ot 5:00: p.m. Needed One Woman to live in a three 7:30
: 620 SW 13th St. STi 12n.on-9:00p.m. 372-5656 bedroom house on NW 7th Ave as soon :
for Info Call Amy 373-
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fll.-...... .. .: ::.:.: :.: :.:.:.:.:.:.-:.:.: : :.::.:.:: :: ...: : :.:.:.:.:.:. 5805 (c-3t-168-pl) ?L.

_' t "' \'< t:( I ''(M.I 1 iiiiiiiiii'rfn'hifiiaiiti'! v fi i ........i... ..:;;>. ii**._"- __ 4. iuJIIJ Utl- Need place to live for Sept June 8:50:
school year. Prefer own room, close '0campu. WAIT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS'
.. Call PriKilla at 3762402. (c-3t-
168-pJ) OnegfourDlnGSaurs
conservative female for own room in
WIN new 2 br trailer ac.S6011 ulil' close to
campus mobile city. non smoker. 377-
2382 anytime keep trying (c-2M66-p) is Missing i
Female roommate to shore room In 2
bdrm. apt. Wllliomiburg Village. 67.50- 1:30
mo. + V4 utilities starts Sept ,. 486- 3:15
2947. )c-3t.169-p) ch.&
roommate) mature female graduate or .WHI
law school preferred share house with t:45
3, & 2 nights female law student SHS-mo + utilitiesph NIl If, W. /11et_ _... 1:30
days ) 378-2921 btwn 630-830 pm (c- M69Pj 10:10

at theSheraton liberal female your own room In
modern' 2bf opt.$90-monlh + H utilities
avail. seal. I No. S3 Georgetown opts.
BelAirin ((1324 nw loave) no phone stop by (c-
Female rooms a Mtded.Share room In
St. Pete Gotorwood apt. close to campus, furnished i
except bedroom 60 mo. + 'U util.
373-6243 Apt. 1001 )c- M69-p)
Female roomote needed to share opt at
Wlndmeadowt with 3 other girl. $77 HoLyGa JL
mo. + 'M utilities. Call Beverly or Susie
WGGG Palm LanesCHARITY 377-8397 (c- !-169-p)
Annual -
, During the Mature roommate to share 2 bedroom -P4.
furnished apartment $92.50 mo. Plus M
utilities.On universly bus route call 372- FROM CINEMA
8032 (c.2.169.plI'll )

give a case of COORS to the person
r BOWL who find a room- for me this, fall. I'm SATURDAY MIDNITE
going west on break so call before 8.23
Art 377-9973 (e-lt-169-p)

T Roommate ."..ded ,two blocks to> 8-23.75' j'j'I'
r campus;'$75 month, first, last, deposit,
Center Call John 392.1<<9 day 1824 nw 2nd .
Sat. Aug. 23rd at Palm Lanes Bowling eve opt 1 (c.2.I69.p1Roommate ) CONCERT FORBANGLADESH'

Special handicaps so anybody can wire!" ti room in beautiful needed NW immediately.section, 3 bedroom Own :

house $79 plus \\I. utIi., ..... 375-1''86. ((4. {

I $5 All Proceeds to United Way 2t.169.pl) .
Registration mole roommate available, fall quarter.please .
contact Steve. Spiegel, 25 Terri ALL SEATS $1.50
<:j'N""Iirr ........ A I! UII! ,... lee lane Spring Valley, N.Y. 10977 or
i r 'R rill! : call 914-354-3578 (e-5t-169-p)


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uqgesttd Retail POf plus

anvportdtion tuxp1,
AUTOS AUTOS oolers !
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'65 PlymeutK' *.>*lveder .fehj** '*Vufb'w.wm w broker 9 battery' -
:& w. WICKER' :
ne d.j>*bT 4P5 call SCUBA CLASSES; STARTING July 28. All
( .
fine .opveiebl t
run great engine in .se.r,4Wr stigive *.
: 8"h" 377'4947 ( 9l-l63-p' scuba provided 4 ,
condition.,' 76 tog not Inspected for 76 42J |elf 200 ne 8th t.back apartment tP foht I ) tpuipment open <
wonted old sheets, clothes, towels water divei fan, safe classes. .5HDPET
$120 firm 373-9700 (10.21168.11)A"rOChve ) (g2t-169p) misc
Hems, used "furniture. Wanted to buy or Soles! a Service Repo ire* Air Tom .
econolm van economical PERSONAL trod. Waldo Sundries* Waldo. Fkt. 372- Allen! ,Co-h oil of Wild Kingdom Alia n',
engine, 4-ipeed runs beautifully Body 5269 10 ml norih (|2l-169-p) Aquatic a Trait Center' Inc. 3448 W. 377-2236
Good $600 392378.1959 (g.31-)168- lUtil t foe >! heir" removed per- Univ 373-9233, (Im-fr.154-c)
Pj) monently tIT and Dwyer wanted. : one attractive, outdoorsy and
electroloqitt .<..' A ,ears experience very 'liberal female to camp thisweekend Will TYPE YOUR REPORTS, THESES, tTC --
A true luxury carl 1969 Olds 88 Allpower Coll Sondl .
((378-5754-aftr :5pm! ) or
Call 373 VOf: ) 11-i Air cond. Vinyl top Really looks info call 373-2043 ttudenllllc9 D Oebbi (377-7806-oftr :Sp.mJ! ) (mJt-
John (| -
'like new $900 negot. Coll 377-8339..377. Bookpocki, hiking, thorn, 'ponch&i\ 167-p) GunsGunsGunsiNEW
6992, 377-0278 (g-3l-168-p) whitestog, speedo '.ugprooftents Pj)
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Tommy Reamon-Jax's own Juice

By ROBERT KAPLAN "It looked like it would be a great challenge. ," saidReamon. ." .');<,..,.,,;,
Alligator Sports Writer .': ; > J ,) ti
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His dreams were never fulfilled. He was used sparingly and ; .,
his stay was an unhappy one. "I regretted going there," he ';.f .
bachelor that has broken all of ': ., "; .
He's like 23-year-old
any said. "I learned a lot about myself but I though my talents
OJ. Simpson's junior college rushing records.He weren't being properly utilized." < r

likes tennis, music, women and he's a putt-putt fanatic. Missouri had adopted a wishbone offense and Reamon did
His name: Tommy Reamon. His occupation: professional not fit into their scheme. He felt alone and "mentally tom." .
football player for: the Jacksonville Express.THE REAMON WAS drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the

ninth round of the NFL's college player draft.

SMO" HALFBACK comes trom Newport News, Va.
He's built like former Syracuse greAt Floyd Little and his "Be.ing drafted in such a late round, I felt I might en-
moves elude tacklers with the consistency of an O.J. Simpson. counter the same situation I had at Missouri i ,"he said.
The WFL's Florida Blazers and their coach Jack Pardee

Last year he led the WFL in rushing, gaining 1,576 yards.He made.Reamon an offer. He saw his chance to play.
was a tri-winner of the WFL's Most Valuable Player

award. "I SAW I could start tor the Blazers and coach Pardee was D A b' i i{1.0.11//
the greatest. He was the best coach I ever had the pleasure to
He has run for close to 200 yards this season and his 128 play for," Reamon said. .
yard performance against the Birmingham Vulcans Saturday a

indicates he may be on his way to another 1.500 yard season.
Reamon had missed the game of football. The WFL gave
BEFORE JOiNING'the WFL's Florida Blazers last year, him his chance to play. "I had to get that feeling. Holding the

he spent two years at Fort Scott Junior College in Virginia, ball in my hands, knowing I'm back playing the game. It's my
and two years at the University of Missouri.In life."

two years at Fort Scott. Reamon ran for almost 4,000yards Reamon loves the game and strives for perfection. He sees
shattering all of OJ. Simpson's rushing records. He was himself improving with every game, but admits he has a long
named Junior of the Year two in a row
College Player yean way to go. "I hope to get better every year. I try to limit my
the only player ever to achieve such a feat. mistakes and execute my running better" he said.

He was heavily recruited by colleges throughout the

country, including UF. Sports writers tabbed him as the next REAMON CAME to the Express early this summer, but
Hcisman Trophy winner. leaves the door open tor his future. "I'm living on this year,"

"I WAS the hottest thing coming out of junior college," he said.

Reamon boasted.
He views pro football as a business and sees himself as a

"I 1 wanted to play in the Big Eight. They had the numberone product. "It my talents continue to improve I'll be a valuable

and two teams in the country." he continued."I commodity he predicted.
wanted that kind of exposure."
WFL has chance and he owes his team
Reamon feels the a
Their 1.10
HE CHOOSE the University of Missouri.
The 23-year-old bachelor might just be the necessary
record indicated that they might need help he said, and he his best. v
ingredient the ,WFL needs to acquire credibility. >
would get a chance to play. ,

Winning is like taking money TOMMY REAMON I

.'I 1 hope to get better every yearrepooled.

out of the next guy's pocket :> ;;" ,1, and divided evenlyby NOW YOU may ask. "Just
the number of tickets sold who keeps an eye on all this,
:showing the correct, team sorting and tallying of our
number. It is from this pool bucks?"

(and all other pools like Daily
' Many people are under the to a tally machine. ,Four the JACK DIAMOND Double. Big Q etc.). seventeen Well the state does (of
impression that when they times before each game will percent' of the total is' subtracted course). An auditor is
win at Jai-Alai. they are odds on the Scoreboard how JAIALITESTO before the money Is stationed in the calculator'
winning the Fronton's money. change depending divided. Twelve percent goesto room the place which
This of course is not true. much money is wagered.In is the fronton and five monitors all wagering action.'The .
Through an ingenious Ocala. the Scoreboard DETERMINE approximately A good way to look at this is percent goes to the state.
numbers to
system money is sorted and easy to read. The how much a two to assume the following .
of the team numbersare situation: Suppose eight fronton IS."merely an
in separate "pots"until the right dollar WIN ticket will pay,
a winner is determined. the WIN odds. ThesenumberS multiplies the people 'were' to bet one In all the other pots again. agent which acts to stimulatethe
THE PEOPLE determine do not represent any one simply WIN" number by hundred dollars (to WIN) on the money is divided by the people to engage in the
"odds to
the pay-offs for each other form ofw, agering except then adds two. Yet each of one of the eight teams. number of tickets sold pari-mutuel! sport.
said much money has been two determinethe The Scoreboard would show showing the correct winning When you win you take the ,
Marty Fleishman, public how there is no way to '1'!
relations man for the Ocala wagered on that team to for the other each team to have the same combinations. This means money that was wagered by
fronton. The numbers on the WIN. Some people feel that pay-offs of wagering. This "odds to WIN" number. that one person may win one all the people around you
Scoreboard prove Marty to be they can judge the crowd, and types is solely determined by After the game, when a hundred dollars, or that two those people who were not
right. will wager on the team that again. of wageredon winner has been determined people would win fifty dollars smart enough to make the
the amount money ,
As each person places their the audience" feels is the the particular ctent. all the money wagered is and so on. same bet you did.

Wager, the number is relayed "fa\orite.

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4. By ROB DONALD come.. It you cannot compete! '
...'" 'Alligator Staff Writer for 'the entertainment dollaC x

with the .may be
pros you
The recent NCAA cost cuts t
eliminating the spring
at the Chicago meeting have
program. he added.
produced a tentative "THEY CUT the minor

S215,000-S225,000 saving and sports back to 80 scholar- F
few at
a negative responses "
ships, said Jimmy Carnes. D aP'Yt
the UP athletic Pq
UF track coach. "There is no
attitude is that
general ,
such thing as minor sports.
there is for
a necessity
This irritates me. Track and
changes,to correct the rapidly "
soccer are not minor sports o
worsening economic situationin he added. YA W Z wiota

intercollegiate athletics. Carnes also predicted a
"1 THINK something has "tremendous effect of track (in

to be done to control the the U.S." and an increase in
increased costs in intercollegiate -
club sports participation.
athletics According to Roy Bensen, J1BUSlER
i budgets." said Ray Graves, ,
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head coach,
UF athletic director. "This cross-country RAY GRAVES DOUG DICKEY ROY BENSON BISHOP
"We won't be able to have
r !should save us $215,000 to four or five distance runners changes necessary a business meeting mare club membersand t'little effect

$225,000 annually in on scholarship. There are no satisfactory in "the 55 "We'll have to try them and coaching staff will not be plan to work better and
scholarship money"he cross-country scholarshipsper bracket." "The airplaneshold see what happens. They affected," he added. harder in track and field.

'a' added.Doug Dickey, UF head se, but some of our enough people," he shouldn't affect us much. Carnes noted "A lot of "We are going to have people
receive track added. "This is not but come to run with us becausewe
football coach noted, "Thereare distance runners change They may save money we people on track scholarshipwill
financial problems in the scholarships," he explained. going to save a significant won't know. until we get intoit. have to be eliminated in have a great program" he
university athletic programs. DICKEY EXPRESSED his amount of money. the next couple years." added.
GRAVES ALSO noted he According to golf coach Carnes cited the changes as
You could say this was a dissatisfaction with the player
felt 95 scholarship maximumfor Buster Bishop, the NCAA "This will have a "something which will open
business meeting. Therefore, cuts for road travel and home
those sports which don't contests."I football "is enough to givea changes will affect UF golf tremendous affect on track: in up club sports." "We have

generate income got the didn't like the cutting quality program. Your best very little. "There was a cut, the U.S.:' Carnes continued. been building up our track
hardest look and those that down the number of players," players will still be playing in effect before' this" Bishop "This will hurt the program club," he continued, and

do got the softest look." said Dickey. "Forty-eight is the public won't be able to tell noted. we've built "in the Southeast with the cut in scholarships,

"I think you have to look at not enough to take on the any difference in the qualityof "WE WILL undergo a Conference, he added. we will have many people who
it as an economic situation," road in two-platoon football." the game." small cut in scholarshipmoney "WE HAVE built a very will not be able to compete on

said Graves. "Football and Dickey said he thought the Concerning changes in ," said Bishop. "But fine name in track and field,"

basketball produce the in figure would be more recruiting rules Dickey said, the size of the traveling squad Carnes said "Be assured we (See 'coaches' page 23))

I: NCAA 'minor' cuts cause major. .problems \

The NCAA Follies has just completed another successful treated like a feeble half-brother. Baseball players are forced ,

engagement. This year, the show included a large cast of by college age to leave school,to pursue the sport in the minor
maligned football and basketball coaches, all screaming leagues, thereby foregoing most chances at continued ROB DONALD
about the injustice of it all. education.

Why imagine the football team at your average universitycan These economic aspects are not the only considerationswhich
only give IS more scholarships than the highest possible should determine the overall approach to in- ((4I OPINION

combined total of all other sports, excluding basketball. tercollegiate athletics however. If universities are sincere in _
BUT, THERE is a reason. Money. Football and basketballhave their approach to athletics as a complement to the

been geared to make a profit if possible and have large development of the mind, then each sport should be given a making the mistake.
amounts of money poured into them each year to accomplishthis chance to accomodate the participation of the students. 'an
For, in attempt to keep minor sports alive, the
the Greek of sound mind and
to tenet sound
purpose Contrary a a
universities have created a situation in which they are left to
The so-called minority sports, baseball, track, soccer, body, however, the NCAA and its members have chosen to
die much
vegetate eventually a slower more painful
tennis wrestling etc. are given the crumbs after the two"major" develop a professional three-ring circus to entertain the
death.This is akin to euthenasia, and not one of the minority
sports gorge themselves on the pie. Then the American masses.
sports deserves such a fate or condescending attitude from
4 universities look at the minor sports and say "Look how RAY GRAVES, UF athletic director has stated, "If you
the NCAA or UF.
small and skinny they are. You can't expect us to feed them cannot compete with the entertainment dollar of the pros (in
well it wouldn't football and basketball), be eliminating the spring
help. you may benevolent
,{:.. benefactors of minor sports, football and
And so they starve. Soccer, the most popular sport in the program. basketball, are betraying their real motivations. When the

world which attracts large audiences for the World Cup This is to say the football and basketball programs are the NCAA Follies completed their act by cutting football

,, matches' viewed via satellite, can't, even convince UF to sole reasons any other sports are able to be maintained, their scholarships from 105 to 95 and the total number of

: support a team.BASEBALL sole means of support. If this is.soth n it is the universitiesof scholarships for minor sports from 209 to 80 the curtain call

; IS competing with football as the number support. If this is so, then it is the universities (UF caught the benefactors throwing a temper tantrum at center
one spectator sport in the U.S.. but at the University level its in specific or the NCAA members in general!), which are stage.SPECIAL .

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FRESHMEN AND PARENTS- Women's slow pitch ..

Welcome to

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III 'ft. Tickets are now on sale tor Men's Open was here in 1972.A charge to the Metro
the National Women's slow third national is set here Jacksonville Athletic
pitch softball tournament next year as the Men's Open Association. P.O. Box 4801.
While you are here for orientation, you should plan a trip to the CAMPUS:' scheduled for Drew Park in will return. Jacksonville. Fla. 32201.
SHOP and BOOKSTORE.located in the Hub. (see C-3 on campus map.) W, Jacksonville Labor Day Tickets are on sale daily at
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from across the nation $6 to a person planning to outlets.
plus the defending national attend most games. Daily
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.,' _. << i: : THIS IS the first time this The $6 pass may be orderedby Jacksonville Recreation
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held in Jacksonville but is money order along with a 50 Jacksonville Athletic
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pieuse i' ab+ t (from page 22) .

he the varsity level." other financial aid funding" ditional changes to NCAA
Benson noted sports were continued Benson. For this rules may be made and those
i as not only held responsible for reason. Benson also sees the made last week may be re-
>enave the scholarships they give out. track club as a function of evaluated.
!'',1ddlitiVAI growing importance.
.lck "If a student receiving any "Marginal athletes those "They've taken some steps
mdIpS kind of financial aid is in who were second best in high to"reduce costs,''said Graves.
y ,60. contact with us prior to school but are not quite good "We now have the chance to
vho ..,. coming to UF, we are charged for award come back here to review our
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on : with a scholarship, even scholarship. may run for the own problems. we go
TEXTBOOKS though we are not offeringhim track club for a year or so. If back in January we can make"
'3)) changes, if necessary,
any money we see he i U good enough we
& USED & ENGINEERING he added.
explained. may then offer him a
GYM OUTFITS EQUIPMENT & scholarship. he explained. "In
SWEATSHIRTS "HE IS considered a Dickey agreed saying
SUPPLIES : recruited athlete and we are Another meeting is ten- January, when we see what'scooking
DRUGS & SUNARTS & CRAFTS charged with a scholarship. tatively scheduled for ,. they may change'some
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Alligator Assistant Newt Editor
State University System Chancellor E.T. York said Tuesday
four new administrators in his office will be added "without : '
i' additional money" from' the state. p Mir StriNi Sfq1 'WE LL V0T
The administrators all are slated to take their positions
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soon after they are approved by the Board of Regents this fall.. *
REORGANIZATION of York's staff.created three new .
positions vice chancellor tor administration and support, minpr repairs
director of public affairs, and vice chancellor for planningand
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budgeting. art being offered by Ray .
Along with the vacated position of vice 'chancellor for Valla-author of Mat Boy'i Bluogrow shocks, custom wheels, accessories
academic affairs, the four new positions were either vacated /Mandolin Book and Bob HI",...
or reclassified from other positions.Therefore, no additional bottom-feonolit| for the nmownodbluaaaM fir /I'a _
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\ state funds are needed, York said.: group."1>vo Mildew .." i5iiiii
The application deadline for three of the positions is -

.......... Monday. The application deadline for vice chancellor for FOR LESSONS CALL 377-6396 =- 405 NW 13th St.
academic affairs has already passed.
I THE VICE! CHANCELLOR for planning and budgeting is Open 9:30: to 6:00 Next
t. responsible to York for all phases of long range building
K. planning. In 1WWI$I1rd 3T3-6&6 to 377Sotlnd -
I. The vice chancellor for administration and support will be City 1003
responsible to York for coordinating the State University
System administrative and support services,which include all .
<)\ phases of faculty and personnel relations budget, purchasing,
t accounting, and auxiliary services.
\ i, "The biggest change is we're setting up a special office of
)\ planning to give greater emphasis to our planning function"

"t York THE said.POSITION of director of public affairs has largely Great Deals at Brasington

\\ been created to take over public relations duties from Hendrix .
Nr Chandler, who is also corporate secretary to the regents. York
f. said Chandler would remain in his capacity as corporate

.::1 secretary.
,'. York said a recommendation for the position of vice
chancellor of academic affairs would be made to the
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\, .JOSEPH STAFFORD, former UF director of physical
planning, is one of the applicants for 'the budgetary and 1971 Mercury Marquis 4 dr. Sedan 1973 Olds Delta 88 4 dr Royale
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., "I. will probably have recommendations for the board on
the three positions (excluding the academic affairs position) ,
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., j' between She said 530,000-$40,000.the salary for the chancellors' positions would be $2195 $2995 ,

.. I The new director of public affairs will receive from $18,000-()()(

$28,000. depending. on qualifications and education, Seals
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