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Vol. 63, No. 149

Festival loses 6-10 thousand dollars
USF student to pay Dusserah debt

By KEN McKINNON
Alligator Managing Editor
and
DARRELL HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
David L. Harrison, 23, a
graduate of the University of
South Florida, has offered to
pay off debts incurred, by the
promoters of Saturday and
Sunday's Dusserah.
Harrison, who says he just
inherited $500,000, said
Monday he would liave the
money in promoters Bill Cate
and Tom Tedrows hands by
Thursday.
I just want to try and help
these people clear this thing up,"
said Harrison, who added he had
worked in the organization
process of the Atlanta Pop
Festival last summer and made
$50,000 at Woodstock two
summers ago.
Cate and Tedrow said they
lost money because of a number
of difficulties in handling the
money flow into the festival at
Greer Farm near Archer and
because of a number of
counterfeit tickets being sold at
the gate. They estimated their
debts to be somewhere between
six and ten thousand dollars.
Were not sure how much we

Middlebrooks urges
HEW investigation

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President Don
Middiebrooks and Student Body
Vice President Sam Taylor said a
U.S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare (HEW)
investigation of UF is not only
necessary but should definitely
take the events of April 15 into
consideration.
According to Middiebrooks,
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Don Middiebrooks
... 'HEW probe necessary'

The
Florida Alligator

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Tom Tedrow
... a Dusserah promoter
owe right now, but well have it
straightened out in the next few
days, Cate said. We know we
owe money to our workers and
to some of the entertainment for
their expenses.
Tedrow said he thinks Levy
County Sheriff Pat Hartley, who
led a large force of riot-equipped
police from Levy, Alachua and
Marion Counties, exaggerated
Sunday afternoons happenings
by saying the situation was a
riot situation."
If anybody provoked any of
the violence that went on,

April 15 brought to a head
events which have been
culminating for a year.*'
Middiebrooks said he believed
these ~ events should be
considered and that a HEW
probe of UF is necessary.
Dr. Hugh Brimm, deputy
director for the civil rights office
of HEW, said Friday a review of
UF is in process at the present
time.
Brimm also stated the request
and complaint filed by Roy
Mitchell, UF coordinator for
minority affairs and
disadvantaged students, would
be considered in the present
review.
I hope HEW will consider
sanction other than an adverse
report so the university will be
forced into action on minority
affairs, Middiebrooks said.
Taylor said a HEW review was
definitely needed however its
effectiveness is a big question.
Our problem is not unique,
Taylor said, almost every other
predominately white university
(See Investigation page 3)

University of Florida, Gainesville

Hartley and his men did,
Tedrow said. Hartley denied
that his men shot at anybody,or
even fired their guns. He accused
me of arming my security men
to hunt down his men in the
woods.
Hartley said some shots were
Fired in the air to stop the
onrushing crowd.
Hartley entered the festival
grounds when he said the drug
situation became impossible to
contain."
Saturday night 1 walked
from the camping area, through
the parking lot and it was like
carnival barkers selling their
wares, Hartley said. This cant
be tolerated in a civilized
society.
Cate said he suggested to
Hartley on Sunday to put some
of his men in the camping area
to dissuade any of the people
from selling or using drugs. He

- M x.. . -T TOM KENNEDY
Potion move in to raM for drugs
... at the Dusserah rock festival Sunday
Second thoughts given
to abolishing regents

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
Reactions to the Senate
passage of a bill abolishing the
Board of Regents have been
largely negative. But there have
been some second thoughts by
some about the length of the
regents terms, presently nine
years.
, Gov. Reubin Askew, though
expressing support for the
regents, questioned the
possibility that nine year terms
are too long.
Askew said members of the
Board of Regents may develop

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David L. Harrison
... offers to pay debts
closed his ears to my
suggestions, Cate said.
In answer to Cates proposed
suggestion, Hartley said, **We
tried to use reason. You can

feelings that are almost
. independent of any other branch
of government.
The bOl passed by the Senate
sets up four year terms for a
Board of Trustees.
Reactions in the House of
Representatives were that the
bill could not pass in this session
which ends June 4. Rep. Terrell
Sessums said he saw no reason
for the House to change its
earlier opposition to abolishing
the regents.
Sessums said earlier the House
(See 'Reaction page 2)

Tuesday, June 1, 1971

only turn the other cheek until
there are no more cheeks to
turn.
After calling Gov. Reubin
Askew twice for assistance on
Sunday, Hartley said he told the
governor, Im either going to
do my job or turn in my badge.
Askew sent the Levy County
Highway Patrol and Marine
Patrol, a division of the
Conservation Department, into
the area to help close down the
festival by 8 p.m. Sunday.
Hartley hassled us from the
very beginning, Tedrow said.
Once we had to change our site
to the Greer farm it became
impossible to handle the thing
wise.
Hartley went with a Williston
lawyer Friday to tell Tedrow
and Cate they could not use the
(See Dusserah page 3)

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Reubin Askew
... supports regents



!, The Floridi AMptor, TtMMtay, Jura 1,1071

Page 2

With this ring...

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the first of ;
articles dealing with the married college stMafcnt,s:
particular, the married college student ait Up)**#
By MARYANN
AMgator
In June Is6B tfae
Health
Program for student
marriage. This series of the results
of that research.
Marriage in a cultural chan^
from the past.
the married coUeie,.../
studefli;..h^^. II was similar to Is|
teenage unwed mother.
Carl j. T. of the Marriage and
College
those regarded as having acted
a bad or disruptive influence
on other students,and as removing himself from .;:;
that group which'-h^ : the right to a cdkjjo§
education.
After the war, seven l
college and general attitudes /_
college were relaxed. WX&iS* ;
It was patriotic to educate
also thought, says Clarke, th^:<|^ : -i||;9ipve % .!pf
veterans passed through, cn%pj
educating a primarily non-marnis|jif^^
However, the Korean War"
post-war baby boom hit college campattefc 'W*
Men and women were marrying eajflier. More
people were going to college and more college
students were going to graduate school. So college
marriage became more frequent.
However, Clarke says, colleges still think of
students as primarily single people.
At UF, which Clarke says is typical of most large
state supported universities, 13 per cent of the
undergraduates are married and 54 per cent of the
graduate students are married. Out of the total
student population 21 per cent are married.
Money is a commodity that if often scarce for
married college students at UF. Lack of money
restricts the outside activities of many married
students.
The average income of a sample of 391 couples at

Reactions
would make the restructuring of
public education a main
objective next year.
UF President Stephen C.
O'Connell issued a statement
saying, Notwithstanding the
shortcomings associated with the
operation of any lay board,
including the Board of Regents,
the use of such a Board is, in my
opinion, the best means for the
governance of our State
University System. I see no
reasonable alternative to it."
o'Connell's statement
continues, 1 consider that the
abolition of the Board of
Regents would be a mistake, and
have unfavorable effect on the
operation and progress of our
State University System.**
UF Student Body President
Don Middlebrooks said,
Though there are a lot of

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problems with the regents, 1
have never advocated their
abolishment.
The idea of having the
regents as a buffer zone between
the universities and the
legislature is a good one.
The problem with the
regents is they are not appointed
with university problems in
mind. Specifically, we need
educators as regents and also a
black regent, not people
concerned only with contracts
and buildings," Middlebrooks
said.
Middlebrooks said it might be
a good idea to reduce the terms
of the regents though the nine
year terms were created to keep
the regents from political
influence.
Since the situation in the
universities is constantly
changing, it might be better to
reduce the regent's terms to four
or five years, added
Middlebrooks.

UF was about $6,300 (including sources of income
lr other than employment).
Twenty per cent of the couples had incomes
belpw $4,00P and 15 per cent had incomes over
compare with the national average
inbdtfte; of ss,2os for a white family of sous ip
undergraduates feel more financial ; v
strain
lower income tp have
£:4sholarships, are
nSW-Hapre expenses. > ,:
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' hiriband \school. '%
Sixty-three per ceitt of l/F. wives work, mostly
full-time, ufaile s|y?per cent of.die husbands wbrk,
mqstly
i^ptudents.
The working wife generally makes* more than her
husband even if he is also/Sihployed. She bripgs
|}ome on the average $4,500 ? yeifr apdjher husbahd
an average of $2,700 a Veari. v %OO-.
' The 391 couple reportetf foftjjtseveral :
sources other
said they
cent from the cent um loauss&6
per cent from previous springs. rit'Woi^ :
cent from parents.
In a monthly biesi^dbiWju : of : UF \
couples, on the the rfts£s§|:rent.
The overall average of .W-campus r&|-was
$133 a month. Off-cairipd^ :
expensive. :0
Food expenses daimdi
monthly. Tuition,
Married students spent about s&sss.jnen?th ffcjjfSj ffcjjfSjtransportation.
transportation. ffcjjfSjtransportation. $45 for installment paiymisiits, $36
for insurance, $24 for social expeittes ihd $lB
monthly for books and supplies.
- ; ;
Most of the married students' income i$ : :
accounted for by these expenses.
Clarke says there is a very subtle social factor at
play in the married students financial situation.
He says, The married student is paying for a
number of basic services at a price level established

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on the basis of what the financially secure family in
the community is willing to pay.
Finanically secure means the husband is
working 40 hours a week and the wife may be
working to supplement the husbands income.
Yet Clarke says, the student couples income
is 25 per cent to 50 per cent less than his
counterpart in the community because the student
is spending hours a week in school and
job which usually pays him a
he is expected to function
working man
groups of married
|'s(^^^S|#^duaiffi *nusbands and their wives
Sdiiate husfeands and their wives, as to what
V 1 facjtdfc iriqst stress in everyday living.
most stress was
. Ifitlifpated as the five
s7s amount of
the students,
uni^d^ } uiedical &£pfespfo&dedfbr the family,
, the living its f studying with
% and ura^j^f^eQfflgenses of a
"ijaew enviroillj|^|j. ; :
*_ * ,* .
Wives, whetiffiK%aduate or agree
the two most strewing items wH^ : of
orientation and the university medii^^tjdj&s.
Graduate wives also felt much not
being able to complete their educations':;^;-?*:
Husbands, both graduate and also
agreed on the two thing that broughsi£|sjni the
most stress: studying with children the
wifes not being able to complete her edu^Hprn.
Also ranking high among things that brought
husbands stress were university medical services and
the amount of orientation given to married
i Indents. Graduate husbands felt stress from
jskparation for graduate qualifying exams,
felt stress from the impersonal nature of
-.vC "j3K?
things which bring married students
> with the university. Money
problems and worries about children bring a lot of
strain.
Next: family planning and housing.



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Stanford Lake site near
Williston. Some Williston
citizens and Hartley tried earlier
in the week to raise an
injunction to stop the Dusserah.
Cate said he could find no
redeeming value in sending in
armored trucks, with M-60s
mounted on top, to stop kids
from doing drugs. If thats the
way they think they have to
approach this generation of
young people, this society is in
for some real problems.
Dusserah had to be moved
from a 780-acre site near
Williston to the Greer farm on
Friday, after a Detroit firm
which owned the land decided
not to rent the land.
Tedrow said a number of law
suits might be in the making, but
he needed to talk to his lawyer
for advice before taking any
action. Dusserahs Incorporated
lawyer is Selig I. Goldin of
Gainesville.
Hartley said there was nobody
injured in the raid to the extent
that first aid was needed.
Investigation ..
in the nation faces the same
problem.
Taylor said the UF situation,
in a sense, sets a precedence for
a HEW review. Taylor said there
have been several walk outs in
universities across the country.
One such walk out, which
occurred at Duke Univeristy in
North Carolina, stemmed from a
request for a black studies
program.
The blacks are tempted to
take some action on university
campuses after receiving no type
of significant response
whatsoever,Taylor said.
Taylor said he didnt expect
HEW to seriously threaten a UF
fund cutoff. *1 wouldnt expect
that even if the university were
all white, Taylor said, The
HEW is a political animal.
The points of argument are
quite often outweighed by
political expediency.
Taylor said he still believed
the HEW should cut off UF
funds. The HEW can, Taylor
said, and I expect them to give
an incisive report calling for
massive changes at UF.
Taylor said he didnt believe
the HEW has any alternatives
with regards to filing such a
report. The facts are very
clear.
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Dusserah controversy continues

Hartley listed seven persons
who were arrested, none of them
UF students, in the melee. Ihey
are: David Ashley Gilbert, 19,
Tampa; Scott Sellers Nieves, 20,
Tampa; Bob Degemanaro, 17,
Tampa; and David Owen Hunt,
19, Kissimmee, for unlawful
delivery of hallucinogenic drugs;
Susan Lucas, 19, Sanford, for
disorderly conduct and resisting
arrest without violence; a male
juvenile for two charges of
aggravated assault and resisting
arrest with violence; and a
juvenile girl.
I had the fullest cooperation
from the kids as long as we let
them do what they wanted to
do, Hartley said. I dont see
how anybody could expect us to

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stand by while the flagrant drug
violations were going on.
Tedrow said he thought now
he should have called the festival
off when the site was changed
on Friday. For financial
reasons, I should have. But we
had all those kids in town for a
festival and we thought we had
to go ahead with it.
1 just cant understand
why Hartley waited until
Sunday to. make his big
grandstand play, Cate said. He
could have done us in so much
sooner and saved everybody the
extra couple of days of grief.
Seventy per cent of the
profits from the festival would
have gone to the Corner Drug
Store for the purpose of building
a drug rehabilitation farm in

Florida. The Comer Drug Store
was divorced of any official
responsibility to the Dusserah.
and is therefore free of any
legal ties.
T-fc.

F-Club elects Alvarez

T h e organization
recommended by Doug Dickey
to replace the controversial
League of Athletes, the F-Club,
elected their new officers
Monday. Football player and
ex-president of the F-Club Jack
Burns handed the meeting over
to Carlos Alvarez, immediately
upon his (Alvarezs) election to
the presidency. John Parker was

Tuesday, June 1,1971, The Florida Alligator,

Its really sad that it is
almost impossible for people to
even try and take care of
themselves these days, Tedrow
said.

elected vice president and Benny
Vaughn was elected
secretary-treasurer.
A committee was named for
rewriting the constitution during
the summer and preparations are
being made to replace their
out-going faculty advisor.
The only sports represented at
the meeting were football and
track.

Page 3



, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 1,1971

Page 4

WAW untouchable to older vets

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is
the second part of a two part
series on the WAW.)
By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
Playboy magazine donated a
fullpage advertisement to the
Vietnam Veterans Against the
War (WAW) in February of
1971.
The ad contained a
photograph of a coffin draped
with an American flag and bore
the inscription, In the last 10
years 35,000 of our buddies
have been killed or wounded in
Vietnam, and we don't think it's
worth it.
WAW was formed in 1967.
Until the advertisement
appeared, the organization was
small and rather insignificant,
according to Gordon Hall,
assistant WAW regional
coordinator. WAW now has
12,000 members.
Hall, who still wears the
Screaming Eagle patch of the
101st Airborne* Division, U.S.

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WAW members' in Gainesville.
The local chapter received
official recognition at UF this
month.
In most areas, according to
Scott Camil, 3AS, formerly of
the First Marine Division and
WAW reponal coordinator for
Florida, Georgia and Alabama,
WAW works closely with
Veterans for Peace, an
organization composed of
veterans regardless of service in
Vietnam. In Gainesville the two
groups maintain separate
identities.
WAW receives local support
from some Gainesville Quakers
and has, according to Hall,
established a working alliance
with black veterans from
Gainesville. The black vets now
support WAW antiwar efforts
while the Gainesville WAW
agrees with UF black demands.
Hall said older, more
established veterans
organizations such as the
American Legion and the

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
have a *we won our war and
you lost yours, so get lost
attitude.
Among recent anti-war
programs conducted nationally
by the WAW, were active
participation in the May March
on Washington and a series of
wintersoldier investigations in
which veterans of the Vietnam
conflict testified about illegal or
immoral actions they
participated in while serving in
the war. WAW representatives
have also lobbied against the
war in various state legislatures
and in Washington.
The term winter soldier is
derived from the writings of
Thomas Paine, who, in 1778,
referred to the summer soldier
and sunshine patriot as a man
who refused to uphold his duty
to America.
Camil reported WAW
representatives, were refused
permission to visit Arlington
National Cemetary during May
demonstrations. Camil said most
of the veterans had buddies'*

who were buried in Arlington.
Camil and other WAW
representatives visited Senator
Ed Gurney (R-Fla.) and most
of the Florida Congressional
delegation to enlist support for

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Editorial
Out of sight;
out of mind
Just what could a black student do?
y
Its been a month and a half since 66 black students
were arrested for peacefully trying to see the president of
their university. What was accomplished by these arrests?
Nothing.
Black students, approximately 55 per cent of the total
black enrollment, withdrew from the university. What was
accomplished by the withdrawals?
Again, nothing substantial.
Sure, they got national news coverage for a day-but now
its over. And the university hasnt changed a bit.
And neither has UF President Stephen C. OConnell.
OConnell has spent a large portion of his life intimately
involved with the legal system in this country.
His reactions that Thursday afternoon proved it.
It seems like he was unable to respond to those students
as peoplebut rather he reacted to the legal aspects of the
situation.
Many times that is acceptable. At other times itisnt.
April 15 it wasnt.
President OConnell seemed to be trying. He took some
faltering steps.
We were encouraged, and urged black students to stay
and fight.
Work through the system, we said.
Some black students stayed. Some have even tried to
fight.
Mitch Dasher has been fighting to get an okay to address
the Florida cabinet for several weeks. Today, he will finally
be allowed to make his presentation.
We think this is a step in the right direction, if cabinet
members will not turn down their hearing aides and snooze
during his speech.
But were not too optimistic.
Dasher will recommend the creation of a position for a
black administrator at the level of vice-president, director or
dean. A reasonable request especially since President
OConnells own Council of Minority Affairs made the same
exact recommendation.
But what good will it do? If his council made the
recommendation, and OConnell ignored it, how can we
expect results now?
Weve said it before, and we must repeat it. This is more
than a black problem.
White students have been having many of the same
problems in trying to work through the system.
The problem appears to us to be one of apathy. Students
can have power if they want to.
When we urged stay and fight we also hoped white
students would be motivated to help. A handful of black
students cannot change the attitudes of a university.
But 22,000white and black working together can at
least change the attitudes of students.
It appears we cant change some members of the
administration. President O'Connell is President O'Connell.
But that doesn't mean we cant see to it that no white
student shies away from sitting near a black or that a white
student refuses to serve a black.
Just because one generation makes mistakes is no reason
for the next to follow them.
Its up to us to change things now.
We asked what could a black student do, and the answer
seemed to be nothing. White students, it is now up to you
to make our black friends comfortable even if it has to be
without the help of President OConnell.


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Use time constructively, Bruce

By ROBERT HARRIS
I have been given this space to
reply to what I deem
unwarranted attacks upon
myself, the Campus Crier and
Student Government in general.
I firstjwonder if it would not be
more profitable spending my
time more constructively rather
than in an effort to retaliate
against these unfounded and
vastly exaggerated attacks. I feel
as though I am playing Bruce
Alpers own game by making
Student Government a
battlefield for picky attacks and
counterattacks. (If Bruce will
excuse me for making light of
such an important crises.)
I am afraid, Bruce Alper, you
let your bitterness over a
recently past election
overshadow anything
constructive you might have
been trying to say. It is
completely natural and even
mildly understandable for you
to be disheartened over the lack
of success of your candidate in
the past election, but is it any
reason for the comment the
opposition is watching? I
hardly think so. To be perfectly
frank once an election has
terminated, I have always felt it
was the responsibility of
everyone to work towards
somewhat concurrent goals, but
then again maybe 1 am just too
naiive. Evidently you either still
feel or would like to see Student
Government destined a political
game with an opposition and
foes. A past administration has
proved that Student
Government can be an effective
agent for transmitting student
interest, and the future looks
just as promising. Constructive
criticism is always well taken but

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useless and bitter attacks
accomplish little.
By the guidelines set forth in
the Constitution and Statutes of
the University of Florida
Student Body -a student body
government office of
communications be established
to prove consistent press
coverage and public relations for
all branches of Student
Government in an effort to
better facilitate communications
with the student body, other
parts of the university, and
outside the university. Even with
a fair stretch of the imagination
I can hardly see where
publishing Parkers article
deviates from these guidelines.
It never ceases to amaze me
how someone can, if you will
excuse me, make a mountain
out of a mole hill. Admittedly
some have questioned the
validity of publishing Parker's
article. I feel there was no

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question involved. I felt, along
with Don Middlebrooks, that
John Parkers article was not
only newsworthy with
ramifications that went beyond
just a personal suit but was
important enough that it should
have been printed.
It would have been enough to
have brought to our attention,
Bruce Alper, that you did not
think it was within the realm of
Student Governments
responsibility to print the article
-a courtesy at least shown by
the editorial of the following
day. But how absurd to circulate
a petition, attack Don
Middlebrooks, John Parker and
myself, spending innumerable
amounts of time in preparing an
article and then taking the whole
issue to Honor Court. 1 only
wish half as much time would be
spent directing your efforts
towards more constructive goals.
Sorry Mr. Alper, but I think you
discredited your own argument.



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being sold and consumed at
the Greer Farm near
Archertfte of last weekends
Dusserah, Arabic for music
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Seven persons were
arrested when at least 150
riot-equipped police raided
the festival to try and stop
whatever it was the music
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
honda cb-160 electric starter-rear
knobby wheel-In good condition
$l5O includes two new" helmets
cal Rich 392-0505 or 376-0043
(A-st-145-p)
Guild Accoustlcal Electric Guitar 2
pickups excellent for Jazz or rhythm
$l5O firm 378-8670 (A-st-145-p)
FENDER JAZZ BASS wcase cost
over 300 beautiful axe, new strings,
solid sound, displayed at 1122 w.
university Tuesday Morning cash or
trade looking for van. see It
(A-st-147-p)
6 cu ft refrigerator clean, runs
perfectly. $45 or best offer, will also
rent for summer qtr with opt to buy.
call 392-8157 or 392-7721
(A-st-145-p)
1970 Honda 350 SL, S6OO, Includes
2 helmets, accessories. 373-1079
after spm (A-4t-147-p)
moving, must sell like new 2 9x12
carpets lpalr floor length drapes 1
bedspread & matching drapes kitchen
curtains electric carpet sweeper
376-9683 (A-st-147-p)
for sale Panasonic ss7ooo component
sys. 72w amfm stereo tuner wspks
and 4sp. turntable ex. cond. $350
call D. Daniel 376-1058 (A-st-145-p)
US divers scuba tank and regulator
tank good condition regulator new
call 376-9096 also have new cobra
citizens band radio (A-3t-147-p)
BSA 441 Victor Enduro S4OO or best
offer Good cycle lots of chrome Call
Mike 392-6920 on week days
(A-st-146-p)
for sale refrigerator used good
condition S3O or best offer must sell
call Jim 392-7172 (A-3t-147-p)
Kawasaki 500 Mach 111 very good
condition contact Don 392-8718
(A-st-147-p)
Help! just bought porsche must: sell
now 1970 torino gt gold w wht.
conv. top full power, air ex cond just
S3OOO call now it cant last at this
low price. Mark 378-6806
(A-4t-147-p)
Roberts 1725 reel to reel, 8 track
recorder, Fisher 20 sealed speakers,
Pioneer SE3O phones, 20,000 feet of
quality tape all for $325, 376-3295
(A-st-147-p)
Its a big sale on all sorts of obsolete
electronic goodies. Come early for
best selection. T.A.U., Inc. 717 N.W.
First St. 376-0624 (A-5M47-p)
Coldspot refrigerator full size good
condition large freezer space $45 or
best offer call Mike at 392-8924 or
come by 225 Reid Hall (A-4t-147-p)
ringtail monkey very tame loves
people, approx. lVi ft. tall, lOmo. old
$95. call John or mamie after 5:00
378-7227 (A-3t-147-p)
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FOR SALE
Interested In an excellent home
entertainment system? call me and
see the only sony hp-580 in
Gainesville the most complete system
here 378-9888 (A-st-146-p)
DONT merely- briten your
carpets. .Blue Lustre
them.. .eliminate rapid resolling.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampooers also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
1970 Vogue Unfurnished 12x60 2br.
Spanish split level, Carpet Central air
and heat. $650 equity, and assume
note call 376-9692 After 5
(A-st-148-p)
1969 Kawasaki 175 dirt bikd, full
knobby.s front and rear, expansion
chamber, engine recently rebuilt and
brand new top end job. set up for
dirt, but has street legal accessories,
call Cory at 373-3566 or see at Mt.
Vernon apts. N 0.75 $325
(A-st-148-p)
Refrigerator good for dorm use.
Economical like new. Also stereo
portable good shape. Ask for SSO for
ref 35 for st or bst offer 392-7802
(A-3t-148-p)
180 cc yamaha good appearance,
excellent running condition $295
481-2848 try after 10pm or 8-10a.m.
(A-st-148-p)
Craig stereo am/fm radio with
hookup for tape deck brand new also
black & white rca tv asking $l6O call
Mick at 373-3530 anytime
(A-3t-148-p)
1970 yamaha DS6 250 cc luggage
rack helmet 7000 miles like new!
$550 or best offer 376-6176 student
call after 5:00 pm (A-2t-148-p)
Mans 3 speed Schwin, racing seat,
racing bars, S3O or make offer,
378-6594 Tom (A-2t-148-p)
RCA Portable Stereo. 4 Speakers.
Good Condition. Low Price. Call:
378-0179 (A-3t-148-p)
NEW GIRLS VISTA 3 SPEED.
BLUE. HAND BREAK. NEW COST
$67.95. NOW $37. CALL BRIAN
392-9485 (A-2t-148-p)
24 ft Catamaran hulls and two axle
trailer, molded ply, FG reinforced
construction, S6OO or make offer,
378-6594, Tom (A-st-148-p)
Stereo am-fm radio amplifier,
connections for tape deck, turntable,
& tape recorder, speakers included,
great buy $l2O or best off. 372-7930
(A4M49-P)
Six cubic foot Frigidaire Refrigerator
- good condition S2O Call 392-7125
(A-4t-149-p)
Honda P 50. Excellent condition, was
coed transportation to school.
Helmet Included. SIOO. call Mary
376-8736 after 5 pm (A-4t-149-p)
1970 mobile home 2 bedroom front
utility or study must sell phone
373-4347 after 4:30 pm (A-4t-149-p)
FOR SALE Girls bicycle. Very
reliable. S2O Call 373-3684 anytime.
Ask for Harriet. (A-3t-149-p)
8 x 36 mobile home 2 BR furnished
clean must sell $985 call Tommy
378-6207 anytime (A-lt-149-p)
Magnovox Multiplex amplifier 20
watts with two speakers in walnut
cabinet. Value S2OO will sell for $125
only 4 months old. I need the
money. Call Jim 373-3043
(A-4M49-P)
Rote-army officer dress green
uniform, hat/gold braid size,3B worn
one time call Brent 373-3969
(A-3t-148-p)
FOR RENT
La Mancha, sublet for summer for
only $l5O including color tv, pool,
private room, and utilities, call Mike
at 378-8403 (B-st-147-p)

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FOR RENT
$195 for the summer Includes your
room and 3 meals a day! Only 1
block from the Krystal. For Info call
Secretary at 376-9473 117 nw 15 st
(B-st-142-p)
The Place -1 female roomate needed
for summer, private bedroom, pool,
sauna. S7B monthly Includes utilities,
call 373-3724 or 376-8406
(B-st-146-p)
S7O/mo your own private bdrm in a
4-bdrm a/c poolside apt. Free color
tv & utilities. Near tennis & handball
courts. LaMancha Apts. 378-7224
(8-9t-144-p)
summer have a place near med
center need 1 person to share, your
share $45 plus V utilities, pool, a/c, 5
min. walk to campus call Bob at
378-4613 (B-st-145-p)
live in the place this summer 67.50
per mo. no utilities, will forgeit
damage deposit of S4O call 372-5247
or 373-3121 (B-st-146-p)
private rooms 2 blocks north campus,
male graduates students only $65
mo. air conditioned kitchen washer
dryer year lease ,/phone 378-8122
now. (B-10t-146-p)
$39.70 a month (per person)! 3
bedroom duplex, 711 NE 5 Terrace,
furn., air-conditioned 10 min from
campus summer quarter please call
373-3180 (B-st-146-p)
Good Cheap Deal for Summer! Fred.
Garden Apts, in Sin City AC and
pool 2 bedrooms for 4 people. Call
376-0713 Apt. 70 (B-st-147-p)
Sublet room, Jun 7- Aug 31, $l5O.
Share kitchen and bath. Utilities
furnished. Call Bob 392-1418 or
376-9389 after 5 pm. (B-3t-147-p)
Sublet spacious 1-bedroom apt. June
15 Sept. 5, air cond, furnished 125
month but you pay only S2OO for
whole summer call 373-3359 after
5:30 pm (B-6t-146-p)
couples!l bedroom furn. apt. ac &
heat electric kitchen pool quiet take
over mid-June through summer may
renew call 376-9683 (B-st-147-p)
wanted 1 to 3 roommates for
summer at landmark apt 170, 2
pools, air cond., dishwasher, and
sauna. $95 for entire summer call
378-5249 (B-3t-147-p)

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male student linen fnt maid service
air conditioning separate entrance off
street parking call 376-5360
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The place, sublease penthouse,
poolside apt for summer. S2OO for
all.- utilities, private bedroom,
supreme luxury, call 376-8159 now!
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carpeted apt with dishwasher gym
pools sauna grills all for $47.50 call
anytime must sublease 372-8252
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Wanted: roomates for large 4 bedrm.
a.c. house IV: blocks from campus
June rent free private baths, call after
4:30 378-4369 Reasonable!
(B-3t-147-p)
French Quarter Apt. Have your own
bedroom for only $65 a month. Call
378-2281 between 5 & 7 pm
(B-3t-147-p)
summer qtr live for single room SIOO
DB 75 color TV S2OOO sound sys
free tel & ac all util inc. Sigma Nu
Fraternity 376-9335 (B-st-147-p)
June rent free sublet Stephen Foster
townhouse. ac, carpet. Share with 2
guys; only sllO plus 1/3 utilities for
whole summer 373-2422
(B-3t-148-p)
SUBLET for summer 2 br mobile
home a.c. MOBILE CITY call
373-3008 Lot No. 104 SIOO/mo
(B-3t-148-p)
private bed & bathroom for male at
point west 2 bedroom apt for
summer split electrity & rent, luxury
life for existance cost! 392-7430 Ben
(B-3t-148-p)
Apartment for rent. One bedroom.
Kitchen, Bath, Air-Conditioned. Men
only. Rent $95 a month & utilities.
Call 372-9855 (B-3t-148-p)
Female, sublet and share a beautiful
trailer In Mobile City. Now or in
June. Air Cond. T.V. Call anytime
(373-1364) (B-st-148-p)
One girl needed immediately to live
in The Place for Fall Quarter. Call
373- anytime (B-2t-149-p)

for REBIT
Sublet-summer 2 br Landmark
townhouse apt. Alr/cond,
dishwasher, pool. Only S9O/person
entire summer. Call 373-1680 or
come by No. 137 (B-2t-148-p)
couples-glrls. 2 bdrm house for
summer, ac-fla. rm-2 car gara9e pets
. kids cable come and look at a
bargain. 376-2944 aft. 6 or 392-2327
1-5 pm (B-st-148-p)
hawaiian village 2 bdr townhouse
poolside air furn, dishwasher call
373-1701 eve. best offer.
(B-4t-148-p)
sublet: for summer with option for
fall 1 bedroom furbished apt. in nw
section, large rooms call 372-9708
(B-st-148-p)
FURN DUPLEX: avail. June 15; 2br
near UF, children, pets ok $l4O/mo
garbage, water ind. call 372-7026
after 6pm (B-2t-148-p)
2br luxury point west apt., w/w
carpet, d/w overlooks pool, sacrifice
$175 furn. $l5O unfurn. fall option,
available june 15, call 373-2868
(B-st-148-p) r
sublet THE PLACE summer qtr
4-bdrm penthouse, poolside, ac get a
S9O apt for only $76! uti. incl. sauna,
dishwasher, etc. call 378-0756
anytime (B-4t-149-p)
The PLACE: Men you can rent a
Penthouse apt. this summer with a
priv bdrm, pool, sauna, dishwashr
etc. for what you presently pay for
an apt. one vacancy call 372-9972
(B-4t-149-p)
mature, neat male roommate wanted
-for sum. >4. private bedroom, cable
TV, a.c., stereo, back/front yard,
located behind gaines. mall $57.50
per month * Vi utilities call 378-9061
(B-4t-149-p)
s3l/mth own room In 4 bdrm house
+ Vt util, walking distance to campus
female wanted to sublet June 2 sept
11. fan carpet S2O. deposit 376-7611
(B-4t-149-p)
cheap summer living at the place apt.
low price for the most exclusive 4 br.
townhouse at the place air condt.
already paid for. call 372-8117
(B-st-146-p)
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for rent
Landmark! Help I tuMaan for the
entire summer S3OO avail. June 14
two bedrm dishwasher 2 pools a/c
call 378-8143 anytime (B-4t-149-p)
Vessuh 2 bdrm place apt sublet for
summer at 165/summer/person
utilities included yessuh don't
hesitate to call Marsha or Delores at
373-1189 (B-3M47-P)
One female roommate for summer:
a/c, private room, 3 blocks from
campus, $35 per month, share
utilities, phone 378-1246, Deble
(B-st-147-p)
cool place to live for summer!
2-bedrm. apt a< $ great location
(near krlspy kreme) only S9O a
month call now (392-9746) anytime.
(B-St-149-p)
SUBLET for summer quarter, two
bedroom apt. % block from Tigert air
cond., carpet call 373-3424
(B-3t-149-p)
comfortably furnished 2 brm apt
sublet summer with opt for fall
central a/c $ heat carpeted 3 blk.
from campus 1326 n-w. 3rd ava.
378-2151 (B-4t-149-p)
UVE in STYLE l male for
landmark 121 June rent free pool ac
d-washer move in June 10. good deal,
do not miss It call 376-3683.
(B-4M49-P)
Live CHEAP over the summer! Share
an apt at Unlv. Gardens TV pool
liberal roommates + extras Only S3O
+ utilities! call 378-6393 (S-3t-149-p)
THE PLACE need 2 roommates for
female, willing to negotiate
price, call 373-2967 or stop by
N 0.158 s.w. 2 ave. (B-3t-149-p)
sublet summer landmark No.B air
cond. shag rug right out in front June
rent free call 373-1598 best offer
(B-2t-149-p)
ROOMMATES wanted for Landmark
for summer quarter, air conditioned,
dishwasher, pool. $l9O a month, call
Jean or Oiane after 5:30 (B-4t-149-p)
The Place: 1-2 roommates for smr.
Poolside apt. dishwasher tv sauna ac
private room. Rent negodable. Call
372-7253 or come by apt. 123
(B-4t-149-p)
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WANTED
One male roommate to share village
park apt w/3 others. May move in
either fall or winter quarter
$49.25/mo. Call Henry 392-8392
(C-st-145-p)
one roommate for 1 bed room apt
S3O mth + utilities very dose to
campus call 373-2769 (C-st-146-p)
1 or 2 responsible roommates for
next fall luxurlus townhouse in
brookwood apts 3 72-8949
(C-st-146-p)
Female roommates wanted summer
qtr. n.w. duplex, ac, private room,
pets allowed. SIOB for qtr. plus 1/3
util, call Kathy 378-5789 after 6
(C-st-145-p)
BICYCLE Men's 26" American Will
pay $lO-825, depending.. .Call
376-3679 evenings (C-st-147-p)
Two roommates to sublet a two
bdrm french quarter apt for summer
call 373-2228 after 5:00 p.m.
(C-st-147-p)
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WANTED
2 female roommates for 2 bdrm
vi,, pt $ 110/summer qti.
prefer grad. stud.
(C-st-146-p)
Need female roommate for summer
qtr occupy June 15. share 2 br. point
west apt. $62 + 1/3 util mo. call
373-1941 (C-st-147-p)
Looking for one or two bdrm apt to
rent starting fall. Prefer a/c but
unfurnished for under $l5O/mo. call
373-2228 (C-3t-147-p)
THE PLACE 1 or 2 roomates wanted
for summer S2OO for the term
Includes pool sauna dishwasher and
utilities apt. 110 phone 376-4909
(C-St-147-p)
Wanted for summer 2 or 3 bdrm,
furn, a.c., apt cheapest offer accepted
call 376-6945 also Issues 1-5 of
Jeopardy wanted will trade 6 & 7
(C-4t-147-p)
need 1 br efficiency for summer
$60*875 with kitchen air cond
ideally, start renting around June 15
call 378-4767 (C-3t-148-p)
2 fairly liberal roo mates for fall, own
bedrooms at La Mancha. S7O. a mth.
call 376-9627 (C-st-148-p)
Male roommate wanted for summer.
SBS dollars utilities for entire
summer. Poolside Apt. Village Park
93. call 378-0584 (C-4t-148-p)
Need a room air-conditioner (around
6000 BTU) desperately I Ahy kind in
fairly good condition. Call Belinda
373-4247 or 376-0841 (C-3t-148-p)
two male roomates for Hawaiian
Village townhouse beginning Fall
quarter 7l. inquire 372-8857 after
spm. (C-st-148-p)
Male roomate for summer quarter,
Village Park Apt 115, call anytime,
373-1771 ask for Steve 42.50 plus V*
of utilities (C-2t-148-p)
Male roommate for 2-bedroom apt
one block from Tigert. June rent
free, call 376-9791. (C-3t-148-p)
Wanted Schwinn Super Sport deraiier
bicycle also a Schwinn lightweight
clunker for about $lO-20 Mike
376-6588 persistently (C-2t-149-p)
Couple for Quiet, 1 bedroom air
cond. furnished sin city apt. To
sublet for summer June rent free Call
after 4 376-7970 (C-4t-149-p)
dependable roommate for fall 71-72
year, french quarter twn hse apt. 2
bedrm. about S6O mnth. call Bill
392-8721 (C-3t-149-p)
Help the sunshine school! please
donate used furniture sofa, chairs,
tables needed, contact health related
dames 372-1833 (C-st-149-p)
will take one 10 speed bike to mlami
after finals -for more information
call max 392-7706 (C-2t-149-p)
1 or 2 female roommates summer
qtr, 1 bl east of tigert, $45 mo + 1/3
util AC, call Cheryl 378-4873 after 8,
or come by Circle Arms, apt 7
anytime (C-4t-149-p)
2 roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house near mall private
bedroom SSO per month utilities incl.
378-6810 (C-4t-149-p)
Wanted, male roommate for the
summer. $45 per month at French
Quarter, call 372-3172 after 5 pm.
(C-4t-149-p)
male roommates wanted for summer
quarter, private bedroom, 2-bath,
central-air apt. 1-block from Norman
Hall. $45/month. 372-1272
(C-4t-149-p)
fern rmmate for smr qtr only tv pool
a/c 62.50 + Va util and food 1 bdrm
apt furn prefer serious stu call
378-5341 ext 52 after 3 378-0655
(C-3t-149-p)
Housemate for summer, own room
with double bed, bathroom, and
entrance, $65 a month, utilities
Included 376-9848 (C-4M49-P)
Female roommate own room in cozy
2 bedroom peaceful apartment in NE
section a/c $52/month summer call
nancy 376-7746 It's beautiful
(C-3M49-P)
1 female rmmte for summer at the
place upper-classman or grad, prefrd
own room 1 blk from campus no
damage deposit discuss price call
373-2287 (C-2t-149-p)
1 or 2 fern roommate large apt nw
section, pool, a/c private room close
to campus 421 nw 15 st apt.9o call
378-9958 $133/sum qtr immed occ
(C-3M49-P)
HELP WANTED
male student permanent part time
Job also Job on weekend mornings
GOOD Pay must have good
transportation and to highly
dependable, call Harry 376-4912
before 11am or Dave 378-4476 after
3pm (E-St-146-p)

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Commarlcal sales position Full or
part time commlslons Phone
372- (E-10t-141-p)
Advertising salesman for Shopper.
Income based on production. Work
20 hours weekly & this summer.
Must be dependable. 372-5468 or
376-5716 (E-St-145-p)
COMMERCIAL PILOT must have
tailwheet time, and 400 + T.T.
contact John Ruplno 373-4354
evenings (E-6t-147-p)\
full or part can earn 2 to 5 an hour,
no real long hair, call Mr. Smith
between 7 & 9 pm. 378-0121
(E-5M47-P)
AUTOS
1968 buick skylark radio heater good
running condition SI3OO or best
offer or trade for vw bus call
378-3376 (G-st-145-p)
1968 rambler amerlcan 2dr hard top top-6
-6 top-6 cyl. std. transm. excellent cond.
good tires recent tune-up- asking
$795 call 376/3216 (after 5 pm)
(G-st-145-p)
1969 FIAT 850 spider 13,000 miles
must sell. 378-5408 (G-st-146-p)
68 toyota corona excl cond. must sell
S9OO or best offer Bob 373-1242
(G-st-147-p)
1965 MGB going back to England,
must sell. Just had a lot of work done
$650 or offer. Call 372-7993
(G-st-146-p)
1970 fastback volks automatic radio
front disc brakes S2OOO call
373- leave name and phone
(G-st-145-p)
for sale: 1966 Porsche 912 call Andy
378-2793 Point West Apts. 512-2.
(G-5M47-P)
1968 Roadrunner-super condition
383-400 + hp 4spd hurst tape player
tach holiey 780, offey hi-rlser,
traction bars, wide rim keystone
mags, big tires must appreciate
asking $1795 call 373-2422
(G-3M48-P)
68 VW 4 new tires, overhauled at
35000 miles, tuned last week, radio
and stereo system Included. Perfect
mech cond. $1,150. Call 376-1044
(G-st-148-p)
VW CONVERTIBLE 1965 with
rebuilt 1966 engine (30000 mi) and
transmission (1000 ml) radio, heater
good top, tires $650 372-1821
(G-st-148-p)
Peugot 1960 Efficient, fully
maintained, economical $250 must
sell call 376-4895 Bill (G-4t-149-p)
63 Pontiac tempest, just tuned, good
motor, new tires and shocks, runs
well. $350. call Mary 376-8736 after
5 pm (G-4t-149-p)
1971 datsun. under warranty, less
than 3000 ml. SI4OO 372-3381
(G-3M49-P)
68 olds cutlass radio heater ps/pb at
clean SISOO call 378-2701
(G-4t-149-p)
Foreign student leaving the US sells
*6B Pontiac Tempest 2 doors 6 cyl.
auto, trans. power brakes and
steering AC Heat, radio 4 new tires,
many new parts 35,000 miles SI4OO
or best offer call 376-4089
(G-4t-149-p)

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AUTOS
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1969 Chev kingswood stat wgn,
power, air, auto trans, $2500 or trad#
for mgb or vw bus and cash, ph
392-6587, 1-5 pm, ask for Paul.
(G-4t-149-p)
REAL ESTATE
Land For Sale: 1 acre tracts and up
in Levy County Harrell M.
Hemingway, assoc, box 276 Bronson
Fla. Harbert B. Huntar Jr. reg. real
estata Brokar Phone 486-2057,
486-2275 (l-st-145-p)
PERSONAE
Co-Eds Fecial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund. Dwyer. Electrologlst
.. 102 N.w. 2nd Ave. Call
372-8039 for appolntmant
(J446-A-P)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medlcal-Lagal-Psychologlc. Open
weekends. Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161
(J-465-106-P)
SUMMER IN EUROPE -$222.00
Round-trip Tampa-London-Tampa.
June 19-Sept ember 4, July 31-August
26. Caledonian Airlines-Boeing 707
fan lat. Contact Mrs. Manougian
10003 53rd St., Tampla Terrace, Fla.
or Euro-American Dimansions, Inc.,
527 Madison Ava., Suita 403, New
York, N.Y. 10022 (J-16t-144-p)
Now open. Wayside Antiques Inc.
Irvine, Fla. 20 miles south Gainesville
on 1-75 at State Rd. 318 adjacent to
the Old Country St ore. Fla's largest
wholesale retail importers. Open 9-6,
7 days 904-591-2001 (J-Bt-144-p)
have a bike, tv, books or anything
else you want to store In Gainesville
for the summer? call 376-9776 fbr
info. (J-st-147-p)
will trade use of regrlgerator for
storage over summer, for Info call
Joyce, 392-7847 (J-2t-148-p)
JILL "follow your bant no matter
what people say" mint is you the end
will tell BELA (J-2t-148-p)
AIESEC charter flight to europe
$243 rt Jacksonville Amsterdam Iv
June 16. rm 303 JWRU 2-spm, or
call 378-8497 373-3751 392-0686
(J-3t-148-p)
Ft. Laud? Share u-haul split expanses
need 2 leave 6-6 or 6-10 can carry
almost anything, call Darlene
392-7802 hurry for reservations
(J-3t-147-p)
Panhellenic Fall Rush slgn-up at
Jennings, Broward, Hume.
Mon-Thurs; 6:30 pm 8:30 pm. Sign
up now before you go home for the
summer. (J-3t-148-p)
Hey, nlu here l am. now, about that
love I have for you. It grows with
each passing minute, hour, day weak,
month, year, nice, huh? Carl C
(J-lt-149-p)
Urgent need ride to montreal. to
leave approx. June 9. return for
summer quarter, will share expenses,
call sue 392-8682 (J-3t-149-p)
we need 1 hip female roommate for
summer quarter, call 373-3153.
anytime (J-4t-149-p)

LOST & FOUND
Lost please return hamilton watch
missing from 4th floor Yulee. Qraat
sentimental valua. $25 reward no
questions asked l phone 392-8956
(L-St-147-p)
FOUND: Grey kitten with collar n.w.
18st call 376-2721 (L-3t-146-p)
Lost 3 mo. old puppy white with brn
spots, brown patch on left eye. lost
In sw 16 ave area, please return him.
call Terry at 372-6003 or 376-9089
(L-4M47-P)
Lost: black cat with white orange
specks; checkerboard-face, flea collar;
lost at groomer sun. ntte; seen on
campus; $ reward 376-6059
(L-4M46-P)
found. Black dog with white legs 6
chest. Found In vicinity of norman
hall. Call 372-0124 to claim.
(L-st-147-nc)
lost: a pair of gold wire rim glasses. If
found please call 376-7707
(L-lt-149-p)
LOST: name plate necklace says
RUTHI gold oriental style script,
sentimental value. 392-7t25
REWARD (L-2t-149-p)
SERVICES
TRIANGLE Beverage Mart Discount
beer and wine, party kegs $19.95
Check on our weekly specials, 1202
N.E. Bth Ave. 372-6476 (M-4t-149-p)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330, Nowl Bank Amertcard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
Save 25% or more on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main SL
378-7330. (M-113-ts-C)
Term papers thesis reports etc typed
accurately and neatly to your
specifications. 50 cents per page, call
Tola 373-1003 anytime during day.
(M-l2t-134-p)
For Stud Miniature Collie 2yrs. A
Beautiful Blue Merle of Sea Isle
Breeding Will discuss terms call
Denise 378-2196 anytime
(M-6M47-P)
we're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
376-4480. (m-tfc)
TRUNKS BICYCLES taken to your
home In MIAMI suitcases boxes call
anytime before June 11 378-6419
Arthur reserve space early
(M-st-148-p)
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l. The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Juno 1,1971

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Bartlett reviews 11-15 season
Cagers turning point on road

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Basketball coach Tommy
Bartlett paused for a moment
and tried to recall the turning
point of the 1970-71 season, one
in which the Gators finished
fifth in the SEC and 11-15
overall.
That three game road trip at
the beginning of the year in
January could be it, Bartlett
said. In Alabama, we lost in the
final five minutes of play.
Os course losing on the road
was nothing new to the Gators
as at one time they had lost 18
straight. Then we went on that
trip to Kentucky and Tennessee.
Kentucky was going good at
that time and they played good
against us as well. The Wildcats
won, 101-75. The Gators then
lost in Tennessee as well and had
trouble regrouping.
Following a loss to Mississippi
State in Florida Gym, one in
which Bartlett thought they

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should have triumphed in, the
Gators didnt regroup until the
middle of February.
A significant move before the
memorable weekend, was the
removal of Cliff Cox from the
squad on the road trip to
Vanderbilt. The dismissal by
Bartlett was a move taken to try

to alleviate some of the cliques
that had formed on the team
during the year.
Each team will have their
own cliques, Bartlett said. No
matter what team you have, it is
going to be hard to prevent 20
people from forming some sort
of clique or another.
With the victories over
Kentucky and Tennessee,
Bartlett and his 1970-71 edition
were on the way back. But, it
was too late in the season
already to salvage a .500
season.
The team went on the road to
Mississippi Feb. 20, and that old
nemisis plagued them. Again the
State Bulldogs were on top.
But Florida finished strong
after that game with wins over
Mississippi on the road, West
Virginia and Alabama. A
regional televised game with
Georgia from Florida Gym was
a disappointment in that streak
as Georgia came out on top by
one, 61-60.
Our competition this year
was pretty tough in the
beginning of the year, Bartlett
said. On the schedule for the
Gators were national ranking
teams Louisville and Houston as
well as NIT bound Georgia Tech
and St. Bonaventure in the
Gator Bowl Tournament.
Looking ahead to next season,
one in which the Gators open at
home against Louisville, Bartlett
said that the momentum the
team gained in winning in the
last part of the season will carry
over into the next year. They
know they can do it now, he
said.
Well be a young team again
with only one senior probably
starting, Bartlett said. It will
be a team of blending new
people in.
Some of the kids off the
freshman squad will be pushing
for a starting job. (Gary)
Waddell will have to work hard
as Doug Brown will be pushing
him.
Well have experience at the
guards with (Jerry) Hoover and
(Tony) Miller with some of the
freshman pushing them also,
Bartlett said.
Along with Red-Shirts Ken
Van Ness, Tim Fletcher and
Mark Thompson and with junior
college transfer Troy Walker
coming next year, Bartlett will

have competition in just about
all positions.
If momentum plays a big part
of the season, coach Bartlett will
have it with the win streak at the
close of this season helping
there.
If we can find ourselves early
in the season, well be all right,
Bartlett said.

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For anothor exciting week
Last week for the Soul-Brass sound of
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... cites road trip



Two in o row is hard act
for Dapper Al to follow

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
_ Nobody has ever won auto
racings richest event, the
Indianapolis 500, three times
in a row, but Al Unser vowed
Monday he will give it a mighty
try.
Dapper Al, a member of the
famed racing clan from
Albuquerque, N.M., made it
two in a row Saturday in a
nervy, wreck-marred Memorial
Holiday weekend chase that was
a record-smasher in everything
but his own personal payoff.
This will be a pretty hard act
to follow, he conceded, but
Ill be here next year trying
again.
In his royal blue,
turbo-charged, Ford-powered
machine tuned to near
perfection, Unser led 103 of the
299-lap grind, including the last
82, to win by 23 seconds over
runnerup Peter Revson of New
York, the pole sitter, at an
average speed of 157.735 miles
per hour. That was nearly a mile
faster than the old record set by
Mario Andretti two years ago.
He did it despite the fact
three crashes and a spin slowed
the pace of the field for 53
minutes and left two drivers
injured while a pace car fiasco at
the start of the race injured 24,
one of them critically.
Only 12 machines were
running at the finish and only
the top five went the distance.
Revson also beat Andrettis old
record, but his was the only Ml 6
British-built McLaren car that
help up.
From a financial standpoint,
the race before nearly 300,000
fans was a huge success.
Speedway owner Tony Hulman
Sunday night distributed a
record purse of $1,001,604
only slightly more than last year
- but it was racings second
million dollar purse.
However, Unsers share of
$238,454 was more than

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$33,000 less than he split with
his crew last year when he led
190 of the 200 laps. While the
speedway management increased
its own jackpot by more than
$33,000, accessory prizes fell off
nearly that much from
$205,000 to about $174,000.
Revson collected $103,108,
third-place A.J. Foyt, Houston,
Tex., a three-time race winner,
$64,759.
Rounding out the top 10 were
Jim Malloy, Denver, Colo.,
$38,669; Billy Vukovich,
Fresno, Calif., $32,447; Donnie
Allison, Hueytown, Ala.,
$30,093; Bud Tingelstad,
Indianapolis, $28,206; Denny
Zimmerman, Glastonbury,
Conn., also the speedways
Rookie of the Year, $27,658;
Roger McCluskey, Tucson, Ariz.,
$22,980, and Gary
Bettenhausen, Tinley Park, 111.,
$24,419.
All 33 starters shared in the
payoff.
Mike Mosley, Brownsburg,
Ind., suffered serious injuries,
including bums, when his car
crashed into the wall and burst
into flames late in the race.
Former 500 winner Bobby
Unser, Als brother who won the

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the wall trying to avoid Mosley.
Mel Kenyon, Lebanon, Ind.,
was the other driver injured,
although not seriously, in a
spectacular wreck triggered
when another racers engine
blew, spilling oil in which three
cars spun and were eliminated.
Crashes took out seven cars
and wrecked that of Mark
Donohue, Media, Pa., when
Mosleys burning machine
crashed into Donohues while it
was parked in the infield.

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!, The Florida Algator, Tuesday, June 1,1971

By LEE DEHMLOW
Alligator Sports Writer
Possibly the best athletic team
at Florida in 1970-71 was Bill
Harlan's and Eddie Reeses
swimming squad. The swimmers
compiled a 10-1 record during
the season and then won the
Southern Intercollegiate
Invitational. Finally the team
captured the SEC
Championships in Tuscaloosa,
Ala., retaining the title for the
22nd time and gaining revenge
against the Volunteers of
Tennessee, who had handed the
Gators their only regular season
defeat.
Harlan and Reese had nine
returning All-Americans:
sophomores Gary Chelosky and
Kevin Kierstead, junior Steve
Hairston, and seniors Mark
MfcKee, Pete Orschiedt, Bill
Dorney, Steve McDonnell,
Jimmy Perkins and Bruce
Williams. In addition, freshman
Brant Bittner and John
Bosbyshell became top
swimmers.
The season opened in New
Orleans at the Tulane Relays.
Winning nine of twelve events,
the team swept the meet and
garnered 32 trophies. The 1970
portion of the season ended with
three more victories over
Georgia, Maryland and
Villanova.
After a trip to Tampa that
resulted in the defeat of USE,
the Gators returned to the
winter chill of the UFs outdoor
pool to face another state rival,
FSU. The Seminoles wound up
on the short end of the 66-47
score.
LSU fell next after the Gators
took the opening 400-vard
medley relay and the 1000 yard
freestyle, leaving the team with a
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Tennessee, which has quickly
established itself as a national
power in swimming, and Dave
Edgar splashed through the
Florida pool and left the Gators
floundering in their wake as the
Volunteers took the meet 72-41.
Coach Ray Bussards Vols took
the first and second events and
Florida couldnt make up the
deficit.
But the Gators hadn't peaked
yet and traveling to Alabama the
next week they outswam the
Crimson Tide. The final meet of
the season was against FSU. The
Seminoles were in the midst of
coaching problems and Florida
won the meet, ending the season
with a 10-1 record.
The Southern Intercollegiate
Championships were held in
Athens, Ga. where the Gators
faced a tough Southern Illinois
team. At the aid of the second
day of competition, SI led by 33
points, but by Friday their lead
had dwindled to only four
points. Saturday was the final
day and Florida pulled out in
front, the meet ending 517-444.
Two weeks later, the squad
traveled to Tuscaloosa for the
SECs. Along with taking the
championship the Gators were
hoping to defeat Tennessee. The
Volunteers had been the subject
of a Sports Illustrated article
that had declared them to be
easily the best in their
conference. The slighted UF
swimmers refuted the statement
by outswimming the Vols and
taking the championship by 11
points. Gator senior Bruce
Williams defeated the highly
touted Dave Edgar, and Brant
Bittner and Gary Chelosky won
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Chelosky went on to place
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