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I.. UF offers Blye Cornwell settlement ;18y 1




TOM SIIRODER responsive to'cheaper and less bothersome ways"of settlingthe censure:
Alligator Staff Writer matter. "I 1 did not go to Marston and say you must do A, B and C to
Robert Carrigan, Blye's American Civil Liberties Union get the censure removed, but the decision last spring not to
UF President Robert 0. Marston proposed Tuesday an out lawyer, declined to comment on the acceptability of the offer. remove it was a very close thing. We wanted to see a new
of court cash settlement with fired UF professors Councille CARRIGAN SAID he wasn't aware of Marston's proposal. president in operation."I'd .
Blye and Dr. George W. Cornwell. "We've heard some rumblings about a settlement but I call the Blye settlement proposal reasonable terms
Cornwell is suing UF for$1.6 million in connection with his didn't know it was couched in cash terms. I was under the of constituting rectification with the AAUP," Kurland said.
denial of tenure by a secret vote of the, School of Forestry impression it involved some kind of arbitration,"he said. "It'Blye wants to accept the terms, that's his own affair."
(facult Cornwell said the $7,500 figure was too low to be ac ACCORDING TO Dr. Knox T. Milsaps chairman of UF's
Blye, a former English professor, was fired in March, 1972 ceptable."A department of engineering sciences and active AAUP
when two students accused him of making homosexual ad. CASH settlement is open to negotiation, but not in that member, important factors in the 1971 censure were UF's .
vances. He is seeking reinstatement in his suit against UF. ballpark," Cornwell said. handling of the dismissal of Marshall Jones, former member
MARSTON SAID in a Dec. 23 letter to Jordan Kurland, Neither Cornwell nor Carrigan have received any com ot) the UF law faculty and the institution of a law school
AAUP associate general secretary, that UF was willing to munication from Kurland concerning the proposed set loyalty oath.
consider paying Blye between $3,667 and $11,000 (full salary tlement.A Milsaps said the old grievances have now been settled "Jo
for one to three academic quarters), and "probably" no more committee of the AAUP is presently considering the everyone's satisfaction."
than $7,500 to Cornwell. removal of a censure of UF voted in 1971. "As I understand it," Milsaps said" the committee
Marston said that although UF was "quite comfortable" to KURLAND SAID it was "a fair conclusion" that the (considering removal of the censure) is waiting to see how
let the legal process determine the outcome, he was always settlement offer would have a bearing on the removal oft Marston handles settlement ,of the Blye and Cornwell( cases
before they lift the censure."
Thus far they have found Marston's actions satisfactory, he
said.
IN HIS LETTER to Kurland Marston said, "From our
I
meeting 1 understand you find this represents: reasonable
action by the University in seeking to resolve these two cases."
Also in the letter Marston seeks to "emphasize that this
letter does not in any way constitute an admission of) wrong
doing by the"University.'
Some members of Marston's executive staff expressedreservations
about the offer.
Dr. Harry Sisler, dean of the UF Graduate School, said he
,believed the public would regard a cash settlement as an
admission ot guilt.
WILLIAM ELMORE, UF vice president for administrative
-i: affairs, noted the possibility that settlement out of court
might encourage future suits.
b5 d.C'FiE; "People will get the idea that if they bother us long enough
we'll pay them to quit bothering us," Elmore said.
Marston responded that he was acting in accord with what
he considered to be "the broader interests"of UF.
+c a MARSTON DENIED that the settlement offer represented ,
an attempt to influence the AAUP to remove censure.
"You can not buy the vote of a committee," he said.
Marston said the drain of time and money caused by the
suits were the prime reasons for the settlement offer.
"Our preferred position is to let the courts settle it,"
Marston said.CORNWELL.
I&L -. said his case has been pending in a .state
!:A appeals court for over a year.
"The case was heard over a year ago but they haven't
photo by John moron
rendered a decision ," he said.
yet
Reaching out, to catch catch frisbee than to catch to
trying on. a on a new
Ctttch Cornwell said such a long wait for a decision was "very
.' After two days of classes it was easier1! schedule. unusual."

"I CAN'T understand what they're waiting for," he said.
No decision has been reached in the Blye case, either.
However, Marston said he had reason to believe a legal
I resolution would "not be very long in either case."
Extra funds laid, FSU budget said."I-can not take into account the possibility: of appeals," he

-. UF'Attorney Thomas Biggs said there was a possibility that
"a.if' By TOM SHRODER students who did not count for as many credit hours as they either case could be appealed! to the Supreme Court.
.
"'"'" ,,"f I .". in the old .
i'J:, Alligator Staff Writer ; justified system.An
increase in undergraduate enrollment. failed to make up
the loss, Yellin said. .
In a year when UF: scrambling to get by on short funds, UF ALSO lost on graduate students but more than made it Colleges debate
Florida State University(FSU)can loosen its belt a little. up with their booming undergraduate enrollment he said.
FSU received 2.7 per cent more state funds than they However, since most ,of the nine state universities had
justified by their tall quarter enrollment figures. unexpected enrollment increases, the BOR reserve funds were semester meritsEDITOR'S
MEANWHILE, UF was underfunded by. about one per not enough to give UF the additional funds justified by their
cent on the same basis. enrollment figures.Compounding .
'Victor Yellin, assistant to the vice president for academic the problem is UF's unexpectedly high NOTE
affairs, said the uneven funding was due to a committment by winter quarter enrollment. At about 27,300, it did not show The quarter system hu been the abject of discontent since
the Board of Regents (BOR) to maintain funding at least at the usual drop from fall enrollment, he said. 1967 when UF switched from the trimester to the quarter
the level of last year's funding. Many UF administrators believe some way should be foundto .system.
The one per cent underfunding is equivalent to $250,000 or channel FSU's surplus into underfunded schools. Many students complained after the changeover of
12 teaching positions Yellin said. HAROLD HANSON, UF executive vice president, said, "pressure cooker" conditions, with terms shortened to 10
IT'S A CONFLICT between two rights," Yellin said. "The "Everybody that's getting"BOR money thinks that they're weeks from the previous 14 week period.
right for a university to, be disrupted once they have getting less than they should." On Oct. 14, 1974, State Education Commissioner Ralph
received funds and made committments: based on those funds Hanson said UF has maintained all along that the surplus Turlington said UF and all other state universities probably
and the right of a university to additional faculty positions for should be redistributed., should go back to the semester system.
additional growth." However Hanson said, "The money is gone. We've fought Among the reasons given for switching from the quarter
fee battle,on-this. 'and tost., The BOR has to make the
:As I result of the new system for determining paymentby OUT one (See
total credit,hours, FSU lost credit for advanced graduate decision they think is:right:" page.12) .


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WednesdovAy" iAN J, GENGLER I lIUPJ

I /capsule Editor Income tax cut gains ground


into the decline of 2J per cent in I974. on :a lack of consumer
( !) An income tax cut to put more money
pockets of consumers and a reduction in car prices gained confidence. They refused to substantially cut prices of
ground Tuesday in government and private industry 1975 cars which were introduced at prices averaging/
U.S. tasklorce. $1.000 higher'than \13' months earlier)

: -, j ''proposals ldmiiilstratioti to' tight'sources recession.said President'Ford l'has decided I'', .' Ford Motor Co:; did; however1. Trim"'the'rost of'a subcompact -
,
size Pinto by an average $150. and General Motorscut
on a tax cut to spur comsumer spending and only the
sets sail i after of the cut still was under debate. Ford plans to presentnew $13 when the interlocking seat belt system was
remo\ed.
measures to counter recession later this month.
Chrysler declined to call its sales promotion a price
MEANWHILE, Chrysler Copr. announced a price cut reduction. "It's not a price cut in the ordinary sense,"
S Viet defeat to unload a backlog of thousands of unsold 1975 cars and spokesman said. "Sticker prices will remain the same."a
offered his 1,700
trucks, and a Wisconsin auto supplier ELSEWHERE, negotiators tor 60,000 Petroleum
employes $100 in cash if they would buy a new Chrysler or Refinery Workers said a nationwide walkout scheduled for

SUBIC BAY Philippines (UPl-r}) U.S. Navy task force American Motors car. Tuesday midnight could be averted if only one major oil

led by the nuclear carrier USS Enterprise sailed from the Chrysler said it would give rebates of $200 to $400 on company made a "meaningful offer." But, said A.F.

Philippines Tuesday after the Communists inclicted a major selected models. Grospiron preisent of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic

defeat on South Vietnamese forces. President Ford met in The Chrysler price reduction is the first substantual one Workers Union, "As of now, the situation looks grave."

Washington with his top national secuity advisers. in the auto industry since it went into a sharp decline that Industry leaders warned that a nationwide OCAW

Ford's Press Secretary, Ron Nessen, and the Pentagon resulted in the worst nonstrike year since 1959. strike against refineries would cut production by 30 to 40

flatly denied the Naval task forces'" was heading for South TilE "BIG FOUR AUTOMAKERS bleamed a sales per cent fend lead to spot gasoline shortages.
Vietnam.

THE PRESIDENT "Is concerned and is watching the

situation closely" but will abide by laws passed by Congress

Nessen 18 months said.ago barring U.S. military activity over Indochina, Hijacker gets 6-figure ransomLONDON -I


Ford met with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and
Deputy National Secutiry Affairs Adviser Brent Scowcroft (UPI) Authorities handed over $235,000 While British authorities worked swiftly to fulfill the

Tuesday morning.The 'ransom to the hijacker of a British Airways jetliner Tuesdayand hijacker's demands, the pilot Capt. Harry Lea, radioed, "He
Pentagon said the Enterprise and five escort vessels, the aircraft took off from London airport. Police sources knows full well we are stalling. He is obviously mentally

including the nuclear-powered guided missle cruiser Long said it was heading tor Stansted Airport 34 miles northeast of deranged but he knows what he wants to do.

Beach,were teaming southwest from the Philippines and their London in a bid to bluff the gunman into thinking he was Tacktics in the lengthy hijacking saga were reported by

movement "is not in any connected with anything going on in flying to France. police sources as being ordered directly by Prime Minister
Indochina: Harold Wilson while police and army sharpshooters waited in
The hijacker,described by the pilot as "obviously mentally
THE DIRECTION would put the Enterprise on a course deranged," had demanded the ransom and a parachute darkness outside the glare of searchlights bathing the twin-
toward the Strait of Malacca, the' entrance to the Indian before being flown to Paris. engine jet. '
Ocean. On a straight line from Subic Bay, 50 miles northwestof
THE FRENCH government issued orders barring the plane Petit falls from high wire
Manila, to the Strait of Malacca the task force would pass
from its' air and said will force it down
at
space warplanes a
about 350 miles from the South Vietnamese coast in the
military airfield if it flies into French territory.
closest point. ST. PETERSBURG (UPI French aerialist Philippa
Apart from ruling out Vietnam waters, Beecher refused to All 46 passengers were released by the hijacker when the Petit, who astounded New York City by wirewalking betweenthe

say where the shipes were headed. plane landed in London but he held five crew members as towers of the World Trade Center, fell 25 feet to the floor

The Navy. said the Enterprise had been in Subic Bay since hostages. of the Bayfront Center Tuesday afternoon while practicing for

New Year's Eve and was scheduled to sail later this week. But British Airways said the plane took off shortly after 10:17 the opening performance of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum

Beecher said the sailing date was moved forward "at least a p.m. ((5:17: p.m. EST), almost eight hours after it had landed & Bailey Circus.

couple of weeks ago" and some crewmen who had been on with the hijacker, dressed in Arab clothing, clutching a He was rushed to the emergency room at the Bayfront
vacation leave in the United States were ordered back to canister to his chest and holding a pistol on at least one of the Medical Center where a spokesman said he was undergoing
Subic Bay early.Diplomatic two stewardesses aboard the plane. X-rays.
sources in .Saigon initially reported the task AIRPORT OFFICIALS said the
plane would remain aloft There was no immediate word on his condition or the
force heading toward South Vietnam, but did not for about one hour, the same duration as a flight to Paris, and nature of his injuries but witnesses said he appeared to have
specifically give its destination as Vietnamese waters. A U.S. was being shadowed by another airliner carrying
security men landed on his right side and suffered injuries to either his hipor
Embassy spokesman said the report was a "fabrication. and medical personnel. pelvis.


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'.1 Allison I eyes affirmative action post. I IBy



JANET PARK affirmative action chief, of its decision. THE AFFIRMATIVE action coordinator,
Alligator Staff Writer ALLISON declined to comment further to in effect is simply an advisory position, with
James C. Allison, who was recently offered the Alligator on his plans until his decision is Hanson ultimately responsible for action
the post of UF affirmative action coordinator, sent to Hanson taken.
said Tuesday he will ,notify Executive Vice In an interview on campus Nov. 6, 1974, Allison has more than five years experience
President Harold Hanson ot his decision to Allison said he views the coordinator as an as affirmative action) coordinator at
accept or decline the position within two advocate of change, working closesly with Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (MIT)
weeks. Hanson who has the power to effect changes. where he implemented a government-
Allison was recommendedfor the job by the Allison said he didn't envision controversy approved plan parallelling the job
search and screen committee for the new over his being a staff' member whose requirements at UF.
coordinator, which advised Hanson, the UF recommendations) go to Hanson. The department of Health Education and
Welfare, (HEW) cited UF's major affirmative
action problems as having no methods for
I SNAP resumes oafro/s/ solving tenure, no grievance procedure and
ff low goals for hiring'wmen.) .
By JOE MORAN due to difficulty in obtaining OPS funds ALLISON handled simlar problems at JAMES ALliSON
Alligator Staff Writer The purpose, of the patrol.ording to MIT; he said during his November interview, advocate of change
Shuler, is to deter campus theft'., vandalism "Nothing happened on campus in respect to
and assaults. equal rights that didn't come through my He said he aggressively started moving
The Student Nighttime Auxilary' Patrol During its limited fall quarter activity, office." women up to staff positions from the ranks of
((SNAP) resumed operations at midnight SNAP was responsible for recovering five As for hiring the minority and women executive secretary adding he was' able to
workers, Allison said "MIT has proved move non-whites and women out of
Monday after receiving $8,000 'om the J. stolen bikes,one stolen car, and escorting 107
Hillis Miller Health Center. females safely across campus there were enough women and minorities to traditional roles into supervision over males.
Jim Shuler, University Police Department SHULER STRESSED the importance of fill positions in the world's best science and "That plan is my life's sweat and blood and
pu information officer said Tuesday the the escort service in precenting assaults on engineering school." tears" he said.Computers .
patrol would be able to operate during winter female students crossing campus at night. .
and spring quarters because of Health center The patrol was founded after the abduction recover bikes 1 I
support. of a woman behind Jennings has
SNAP IS a crime-deterrrnt patrol con during fall quarter last year SNAP patrol Police are turning to computers in an effort and brought to UF..
sisting of students in the college work-study members do not have the power of arrest, but to recover stolen bikes, according to UF Holliman admits that there is very little
program and Other Personnel Services are equipped with flashlights and walkie- Police Department (UPD) Capt. Vernon K. chance a stolen bicycle will ever be recovered.
program (OPS). talkies to call'UPD officers to a scene where Holliman. ACCORDING to UPD Information Officer
Howard King, assistnat vice president for. they see suspicious activity. When a student reports a stolen bicycle, Jim Shuler, 425 bikes were stolen in 1973 and
health affairs, said the money to revitalize the WHILE IT IS the duty of SNAP members UPD feeds the serial number, the make and a 109 were recovered.In .
program was not state funds, but came from to report suspicious activity, Shuler denied short description of it into a computer tied to 1974, 100 of 706 stolen bikes were
the academic enrichment fund at the health the patrol would be used to search out drug the Florida Crime information Center recovered.
center. violations on campus computer in Tallahassee. Holliman said most bike thieves are under
"It's just an indication of the health center's A patrol member "is not paid specifically to THE TALLAHASSEE computer is tied in IS and are amateurs. They frequently exchange
concern for the welfare of the students," King look for drug violations) Shuler said, "but if to the National Crime Information Center parts from different bicycles to create
said.SNAP in the performance of his duties he observes a computer in Washington entirely new bikes
DID NOT begin operations this drug violation\ and reports it, UPD will use Holliman said the tie-in to the national They can also scratch the old) serial number
year until midway through last quarter. But it." computer enabled them to recover a bicycle off a bike and put their own serial number on
the group was forced to stop fiintioning Dec. 6 "They're not junior narcs," he added. last year which had been stolen in Wisconsin with a stamper, he said.







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I ;City slices crisis fundsBy d H _' 8


DOUG HATCH the center for the last two fiscal )'ears.

Alligator, Staff Writer! Gainesville l City Manager, B., Harold! Farmer,
: I f
said. They received $15,000 the first year and
In a 3.2 decision the Gainesville City 510,000 this year.
Commission decided Monday to cut off all The commission action will force the centerto
city funds to the Suicide and Crisis Intervention seek another source of funding accordingto
Center effective Sept. 30. center director Joe Thigpen.
T

"The Suicide and Crisis Intervention "THE COMMISSION action though __ : t
Service is a health matter and should be wasn't as bad as 1 first though' Thigpensaid. J
funded by the county." Gainesville City "We first heard that they were cutting
Commissioner Russell W. Ramsey, said in off funds immediately. We expected a
making the motion.GAINESVILLE funding cutoff this year and we are trying to
find some other sources of tunding."
CITY commissionersJames
G. Richardson and W.S. Talbot agreed One possible solution. Thigpen said, wouldbe t
with Ramsey and voted tor the funding cutoff. to ask Alachua County Commission to:
Mayor-commissioner Neil Butler and merge the crisis center with the Alachua
Commissioner Joseph Little voted against the County Information and Referral Service.
proposal.The Thigpen said the merger could be accomplished
city has provided partial funding for within a few months.

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I FTU site of solar centerBy '


JO LAURIE PENROSE
UF."There's fill M**!G, MIII> mm i BMl
Alligator Staff WriterS much more expertise here and far
photos by george kochaniec jr.
more competence than any other place in the OuchYou're
tate University System Chancellor Roberta state." he said.
Mautz announced Tuesday a Florida making those faces for nothing, says Kathy
However, in Mautz's announcement he said
Technological University (FTU) complex at the site was chosen because "it offered greater Wetzel as she convinces blood donors It's really not
Cape Canaveral has been chosen as the site of potential for national recognition in solar that bad. Of course if you can't believe her the Civitan

the Florida Solar Energy Center. energy research and development due to the Regional Blood Center, in desperate need for blood,

The Board of Regents will be asked to enormous resources of the Cape area." will tell you all you want to know.
the Brevard County site when it
approve THe FTU complex, used for graduate
meets Jan. iJ in St. Petersburg. studies in engineering, consists of 20 acres Student government positions openThe

Plans tor the solar center must be approvedand and four buildings, including an auditorium,
funded by the legislature.Gov. library, laboratories and a TV studio. Student Government Senate Infive seats on the distinguished professor

Reubin Askew in his inauguration Brevard County under the Federal formation and Investigation Committee is chair executive committee.
adds ass earlier Tuesday said existing space Comprehensive Employment and Trainingact accepting applications for th following
facilities in Brevard County would be used,for has pledged up to $270,000 in federal positions: All interested students should appl y in the
the solar energy research. distressed area funds for staff positions in the one seat on the activity and service fee Student Senate office from 9 am to 5 pm

FTU. UF and the University of Miami each center during the 1975 fiscal year. advisory committee Monday though Friday.
one student delegate and one alternate For further information call Ken Ofgang at
tried to get the center, and two UF administrators
"UF will be able to continue work in solar student senate seat 392-1665 in the Student Senate Office.
were not happy with the decision. "
energy research BOR Corporate Secretary
"I'm astounded and very disappointed.. Hendrix Chandler said. "This site, though, New Gator Guides availableGator
UF vice president for academic affairs Robert will give national visibility to an area outside a now
Bryan said. "We have the original solar university."
energy lab here and we've done by far the Guides are now available in the card must be shown.
most research." Chandler added that the board staff Student Senate office, room 305 in the J.
decision and that the technical committee Wayne Reitz Union. Students living on campus in sorority and
UF Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler which studied the bids were unanimous for All students living off campus can pick up fraternity houses, and in married housing will
also felt the center should have been placed at several reasons. thier copy from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. A current fee have t heir copies delivered to them.




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GARY BALANOI-'F Barrett had been identified as Michael Drug Task Force. Williston airport on Saturday McGraw said.
Alligator Staff Writer Timmons. Two 25-gallon cans of fuelre aboard the But he added "They're not talking to us
The pair had also given false addresses. plane when it crashed McGraw said. He now at all." referring to eyewitnesses.
Th l two men arrested after their twin- Barrett was a UF student at one time, but estimated Rowley and Barrett could have ROWLEY AND Barrett have been advised
engine airplane crashed, over,half a ton of did n l graduate. He was not a student the *. traveled another three hours without any, by their attorneys not 'to talk to task force
marijuana aboard Saturday have now been time of the crash, according to a'spokesmanfor problems 'of running\ out f bf 'gas. agents so no further information about the
correctly identified by Alachua County Drug the AI I achua County Detention Center "They were probably trying to find a placeto origination or destination of the flight has
Task Force agents. where the pair are being held under bail of land" so they could refuel, McGraw said. been gathered.
The correct names of the men are James $100,000. THE MARUUANA itself was sent to the McGraw said the Sanford Lab will destroythe
Louis Rowley, 20, of Chicago, III.! and Sidney BAIL WAS raised from $20,000 to Santord Lab in Sanford for examination. The marijuana soon because there is enough of
Arnold, Barrett, 29, of St. Petersburg. $100.000 I tor each of the men in order to get plane was taken to the Gainesville Municipal it to make it unfeasible to store.
ROWLEY PREVIOUSLY identified positive identification t from them, accordingto Airport: after it was cleaned out. They' will keep a sample for court, McGraw
himself 'as Dennis James Conroy, while Lt. Clint McGraw,of the Alachua County People,said they saw the plane circling the said.


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lot of opinion around campus is that Flambeau is a
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publication," he said. < s n it Nc
said there is a lot going on in Tallahassee which is not
by the Flambeau.
A GOING to be a little less I liberal than the
k r
," Hull said. He added the Seminole would try to
both the positive and the negative aspects of campus
Tallahassee events.
is sort of an overconservative group" Rick Johnson, .
this general manager said of the new competition. y.y
State ( ) also criticized the,talent and imagination of the

paper. ,
copied our publication schedule, they took over our R
rates, they even copeid our corporate charter," he

meet they've done has shown lack of talent,"
said.
was skeptical of the Seminole's ability to generate
revenue in what he termed "a recessionary photo by John moron

LINCOLN, CADILLAC, PORSHE..WELL, WE CAN DREAM.
not."A countered, saying the Seminole would start printing
this ....and the level of advertising had been ecnouraging.By .
A

b Wounded youth in fair condition 1

of I ( ) -
the BRIAN JONES ,member police review board.In .
Alligator Layout Editor clearing Fancher, the review board said Fancher did not
violate a police regulation staating, "Firearms shall be
discharged in the apprehending of felons in the necessary
the Howard the youth shot in the'spine by police while defense of his own(the officer's) life or the life of another.
from them Thanksgiving weekend, remains in FANCHER shot the unarmed Howard as the youth fled
General Hospial where.he is listed in fair condition. across a nearly empty, quarter-mile long parking lot in the
is 16, allegedly robbed a Gainesville convenience early hours of the morning.
( ) and was later shot by Gainesville Police Officer Pete Other officers, including one in a car, were in 'pursuit of
ashe tried to escape officers who apprehended him. Howard when Fancher felled the fleeing suspect.
Alachua County Grand Jury indicted Howard last Howard was later found to be; an;escapee from the Lake
"I ( ) charging him with the robberty of $47.95. from the Butler Prison Reception Center,where he was sent after being
he Market at 119 NE 16th Ave. convicted of robbery even though he was a juvenile. Howardwas
said, grand jury made no presentment against Fancher, who thought to be an adulty by prison officials, after hesuccessfully
'was suspended from his job but later reinstate by a fiveDomgan's. adopted an alias and a false age.

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vice-chairman Democratic of Executive Florida's $395.00 buys HewlettPackard'snew

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vote in the House Chambersin
Tallahassee.Dr. .,
Wayne Bailey, running HP-55 Programmable
for the chairmanship post
being vacated by Jon C. Moyle
asked Chance to join his

said.ticket in December. Chance Scientific at our place.

Baily is chairman of the ,
political science departmentat
Stetson University in
Daytona Beach.
Here's what you get:
THE NOMINATION for

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job came just as Chance took
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County Democratic. committeewoman automatically. Without software. Without knowinga
She was
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opposed by and the.current Bailey vice-are 53 B3. ES: BSTMl 3. Branching and Conditional Test Capability. The

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Chance needs 509 of the :/ SXO ROt. conversion capability pre-programmed
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the election, which would functions than any other pocket calculator.
land her a term slightly R'CLM'
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Knight said. measures in hours, minutes, seconds, tenths and

"WE THINK WE have r N *F r'C hundredths, lets you_store up to 10 "splits" in the
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Chance said she favors r3 : keystrokes, time and chances for error, .
abolishing the, salary for the
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500,000 other professionals HP calculators.
own
She said she hopes to give
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"ALACHUA COUNTY is performance $395.00. can buy. '
a traditional democratic
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new policy

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UP students have recently
NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST COLLEGE SERVICE ORGANIZATION found cashing checks more
difficult in Gainesville.
,Ii t Many Gainesville merchants
WELCOMES NEW AND
RETURNING STUDENTS have already stopped
accepting checks. Severalmore
WANTS YOU TO BECOME PART OF OUR SERVICE CLUB. plan to implement a no-
check-cashing policy in the

SERVICE TO ThE CAMPUS AND COMMUNI1YFirst I! future.LEONARD'S, a pizza

parlor, does not plan to
Meeting: Thursday Jan. 9th at 6 p.m. J.W.. Reitz Union Room 150-C accept checks at its new
location and plans to stop
Lancaster Youth Center Trip to Speakers on the accepting them at the original
OUR PROJECTS INCLUDE: Disney World Environmental Concerns location in a few months.
Sunland Training Center House PaintingM.S. "Five percent of all checkswe
Bike-a-thon Save-A.Ufe Program receive are bad," said
Blood Drives, Clrtfe K Week Stephen Soloman Leonardo'sowner.
plus Conventions and Parties .'
Sandy Stevens manager of
373-2997 the Sandwich Thing said
"After receiving approximately
10 bad checks
per week, we stopped accepting
DORM checks."
OFFICIALS AT THE J.
Wayne Reitz Union started a
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check-cashing policy last
STUDENT SPECIAL quarter which requires the
person cashing the check to
place his thumbprint on the
back of the check.
DELIVERED TO YOUR ROOM Union business manager,
John W. Jurnigan said, "The
thumbprint policy began
MONDAYTHRUSATURDAY
primarily as a deterrent to
r bad checks."
DURING WINTER QTR FOR ONLY The "thumbprint policy"also
protects the student if his
checks are forged. The
student is not responsible for
per per bad checks if the thumbprinton
$
35 C 3.50 the back of the check does

sutrfA week qtr. not After match the his.Union started

using the "thumbprint
policy," other Gainesville
trn. merchants. also began usingit.

January 6 to March 15 manager RO-MO Dick COLOR Stagg Lab felt, Inc.the,

"thumbprint policy" was very
effective. "1 only had one bad
check last month as compared
to the usual six to
CALL CIRCULATION eight," Stagg said.Gilberg's .
Fabric Store in
the Gainesville Mall began
378-1416-NOW! using the "thumbprint
policy" last month.
Vincent F. Luca manager,
YOU GET MORE IN THE SUN said he has seen a"noticeabledecrease"
in the amount of
.Action Line bad checks he has r ceived."If .
.TV Guide a check is going to be
.Complete Sports bad it's goint to be bad no
I Complete Local and National Coverage matter what you do," Luca
.Complete AP and New York Times Wire added.
Service Customer reaction has been
.The Prestigious New York Times Weekly very good according to both
Review Stagg and Luca. "Only avery
,,very small minority got
upset," said Stagg.

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Chapter 119A 1 :% L \\




freshman state representative, Barry Richard,

is offering the Florida Legislature a chance to ,c 'l\ a
prove it meant business when it wrote Chapter 119 .
into the Florida Statutes.
Also known as the public records law, Chapter \ r 1 iyw !Z

119 sounds great on paper, allowing citizen in.

spection of virtually all government paperwork.But .

in practice, the public records law is oftenan

promise. Citizen are kept in
empty snoopers ... .
the dark by lack of cooperation on the part of

government agencies, lack of knowledge of just \
what to look for and where to find it, and lack of
time.

Richard proposes strengthening the law by: *THIS, GENTLEMEN 15 THE CULPI IT.n

Giving top priority to court cases involvingsuits
to disclose information covered by the law. 'Y' '
: cometh
Requiring agencies ordered by a court to open The non-narc
records for inspection to do so within 48 hours

unless otherwise provided by the court or unless an Back in it's hey day when Gainesville was a launching pad TONY 'ARNADE
:.. appeals court issues a stay order. for all the dope dispersed to the Eastern Seaboard there was
week to keep the and smoke gushing out the windows. Hell just go on down
''y fees enough pot passing through town every
Allowing courts to levy attorney's against
whole population stoned for days. there and walk in. Don't bother to knock or the students
agencies they find unreasonably refused to open Though most of it zipped right on through only stopping to inside will end up complaining to housing that the door is full
records. be sampled by a few experts, a few pounds always found their ot tap dancing termites."
Guaranteeing attorney's fees for persons who way to the students. "Remember to act natural," I added" and if they give you
win suits to open records, when the losing agency Then came the publicity of the Gainesville Marijuana any hassle just say all electronic equipment is a stereo. As
appeals the decision. Dealers Association and a couple of multi-ton busts, and the soon as you mention the word stereo the conversation will turn
dealers hit the trail for coastal l cities. Only a few months later to'music and you're set."
The bill would remove two key obstacles to police and government experts put their expert observations The non-narc followed my instructions to the hilt and
effectiveness for the public records law: endless together and figured that someone must be smoking dope in cleared the dorm in a few days.
stalling by agencies and officals on records Gainesville. Two weeks later while walking across an empty campus 1
requests and the prohibitive costs of suing to force Then came the narcs that aren't here. They don't pose as ran into the non-narc again. Either he had grown shorter or
disclosure, students, won't bust anyone unless they are a big time pusher, his hair had grown at an incredible rate hanging down past
and couldn't harma should anyway because they are too busy his flowered shirt to faded blue jeans. He wore a removablenose
A former deputy attorney general whose studying and denying their existence.In ring that could,be taken off or put on depending on the
opinions helped broaden the width of the law, fact one of these self-styled narcs came slithering into my situation and his red eyes penetrated mirror sunglasses.
Richard is now trying to give it some weight. We room a while back after 1 had carelessly thrown my garbage "Well you seemed to have changed your act a bit" I said
hope Sens. Kenneth MacKay and Bob Saudnersand away in plastic baggies. breaking the ice.
Reps Bill Andrews and Sidney Martin give He seemed like a fairly normal fellow except for the gray "Really?"
him a hand. cloak wrapped around his shirt with the glowing buttons. He "That's a wild pair of sunglasses.you got there."
wore a plaid felt hat to smother the beeping sounu emitting "For sure."
from the wires in his hair. His major problem though was the "Do you still have all those wires. in your shoes"
magnifying glasses that kept getting in the way of his curved "Really?" '
pipe. "You didn't answer my question."
\ "Welcome to the Titantic" I said hoping to make him feel "For sure."
I Jailor at home. "One thing tor sure, you really did a turnabout."
"Well at least you admit you're sinking," he snapped as he "Really?"
stuffed my parsley, into a hollow book. "You better watch your smoking boy, I hear the administration .
"Sinking where?" 1 asked somewhat surprised by his has narcs running all around here."

In practice, if not in law, individuals convictedof jabbing reply. "For sure."
"Into the pit, the bottomless pit inhabited by needles, "And they are gettin aggressive, they're arresting all
of in Florida have
possession marijuana more scarred arms purple pills and.psychological, or psychadelic students with loud stereo's, and dark.glasses. They even
and more in recent years been handed posters. busted everyone in student government serving on joint
alternatives to jail sentences in the form of drug "Oh no I feel very'much afloat," I replied."A committees," 1 warned. '
treatment programs. person gifted enough to graduate from high school like "Really?"
While we don't agree that anyone caught with a you should take care of his brain instead of turning it into a And now the administration has narcs posing as janitors to
useless hunk of meat with I.Q. into the
an stretching
negative make a clean of the whole
sweep campus.
few of the stuff has
grams automatically a drug numbers," he said. "For sure."
problem and should be treated, we recognize that Then it hit me. "But you don't have to worry because according to the
many judges who don't believe in the "Oh you're looking tor the dope smokers. They're down the administration you're .not here."
criminalization of marijuana anyway, readily seizeon hall. It's the room with beer pouring out from under the door "For sure." ,.

these treatment programs as an alternative to -

jail terms for convicted offenders.

But now word has come from Tallahassee that The Independent. David smith redwood
the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) is' Editor-in-chief. Managing EditorFlorida

cutting funding for these drug treatment programsby Alligator

S55.8 million with more cuts on the way; ,
Ci
The NIDA is its the all UmeltC&M. David
rightfully setting priority on Klein rjebl Fumlss Brian Jones
treatment of hard drug users. But since 75'per flJ % News Editor loyout Editor loyout Editor
cent of Florida's drug arrests involve marijuana
Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin the cutback R.A.'''Tony'' Kendzior. ." .,. .. ..,..,. .,. .. ,. ., .." .. .. .... ,.,., .. General Manager
users says James V.Cook ,. .. .. ,.. .. .. ... ... .".".. .,. .:.". ... .Assistant General Published by
may result in more jail terms tar the casual Mrs.Evelyn Beat ..... ... .,..,,. .,..... ,.. .,..,. .,,. ,., ,.. .,Administrative Manager AssIstant Ino
smokers. Anne Molphurl .. , ... i.,. .., ,.,. ,. .... .., .,.:. ,..'. .. ,.. .Bookke.per Campus Communications.
While it is patently absurd' o's spend public ''C.ROY $hlpp.. + t.'. ..r ,Hi.! ;;.x+T 4'4; .':.. .... I... '.. ..,t...Bulin.u Manage, P.O. Box 13266 University
Tom MacNamara ;..,.\'., "' r-f.: ... '. ..
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money on the "treatment" of the casual Ray McGee Jr '..' .. .,, .. ,... ,:, ::.,,.,'.' ,., ...: ,". ..... .Advertising Manager offices Station.behind Golnewille.the College Inn
marijuana smoker, it is even more absurd to send Donna Lubrano ,l... '.Adverting Coordinator Avenue.
them to jail. But unless the state can come with key Harper...'.,....,...,.,..:.. ..;,,:..,,., ,... ... .Special Sections Coordinator Business 1728 West Office University: 376-4446.
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I U.S. support. of Israel slowlv erodina ,; ::1

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see that and
get He usually gave them an ,President
backroorns( of Washington, tougher too."
easy time on the racked JOYRIDING Auditors at
} for
embattle little
suppor KISSINGER ALSO
1 noted slopes. But occasionally he the General Accounting JACK ANDERSON
Israel j&slowly eroding. the world, with the ex ...
Jed
them
down the
more OfficCj'JhavC' verified ;stories ,
Sources privy to strategy
,ception of the United States, : .
vve'KaVe
harrowing slopes'
powdered been"reporting"{ for
sessions the WEEKLY
Pentagon, for was lining up against Isreal. SPECIAL
GERALD FORD is also about the misuse of ,
example, tell us the brass He is particulary worried a years
hats, led by Joint Chiefs of'Stall' about the Mediterraneanarea. friendly fellow, who likes, to ,government: automobiles.
rChairman George mingle with other skiiers. Everywhere the gumshoes
S. Brown, are petulantly This kept the agents on the looked, they found brass !son the former minority that the CIA has the best
complaining that U.S. The Greeks have indicatedthat alert. hats and bureaucrats Hitting counsel of the Senate record in Wahington for

J. military ,shipments to Israel the United States won'tbe But it was the President's around the country, takingcare Watergate Committee, accurate intelligence.
I
are dangerously drainingsome permitted to use its basesin four teen-age children of their personal helped spark the investigation BACK SEAT: Pan Am,
of America's own Greece to supply Isreal in Steve Mike, Jack'and Susan business in federal sedans of funds con "the world's most ex
defense stockpiles. case Middle of a resumpion of the who ran the agents and limousines.The tributed to'the presidential perienced airline" has been
East
GEN. BROWN of war. ragged. The Ford military was found to campaigns of Democrats.Now charged with giving blacksan
course, is the same man who Kissinger is also fearful youngsters swirled down the be particularly abusive. The the able Thompson has experience in diehard
created a stir 'a few weeks that the Turks, who have back slopes through the GAO found that "sedanswere joined the Washington racism. Civil Aeronautics
ago when he publicly religious ties to the Arab powder, giving their used, especially by firm of O'Connor'and Board investigators i have
deplored the strength of the wor I d,may bar Israeli to the bodyguards a wild chase. high.ranking personnel for Hannan, where one of his quietly accused Pan Am of

,Jewish lobby in the United Arab side. This could be Some agents, we are told, trips to restaurants, golf fellow counsel is none other discriminating against
States. disastrous for Israel, which are longing for the less courses, florists, cleaners, than Hubert H. Humphrey blacks on crowded'flights by
Even Secretary of State depends upon Iran for athletic Nixons, Johnsonsand otficers clubs and theaters." 111, son of the junior senator systematically shunting them
almost half its oil. Eisenhowers. from Minnesota.IN into the coach section while
Henry Kissinger, in private GAINING CON
SKI CHASE: The Secret FAIRNESS The whites are given a choice of
conversations, has become SILENT NIGHT FIDENCE: Sounces close to
Associated Press 'we first class .
increasingly critical l of Israel. Service had a frantic Richard Nixon telephoned a President Ford say he is reports seats.FUELISH
were high on the list of FUZZ In the
He had blamed the Israelis, Christmas trying to keep up few friends in Washington slowly gaining a strong graspon
citizens whom the of conserving ,
private
with the First Family on the name energy
for instance for touching off shortly after he was forced the presidency. His
Central] Intelligence Agencyhas military police on some posts
Colorado ski
the recent war jitters.He slopes. out of the White House. ascendancy to the White
kept under surveillance. have been cruising around in.as.guzzling .
explained at a secret The agents set up a they remember his con House was so sudden, they Nevertheless, we want to be cars to monitor
White House Israeli security headquarters in a that Ford floundered
meeting versations as aimless and say, for
of
fair it was the CIA's own porch lights at the homes
politicians began making portable White House van rambling. But in the past the first few months. But top officials James servicemen. When they find

strong, statements to win and special agents who could couple of months, the now, they claim, he is readyto Schlesinger, the former one on, they wake up the GI
votes. "As the Israeli handle themselves on the telephone calls have stopped. make some tough
director and William Colby, and make him turn it off.
politicians go on TV with slopes including a These friends tell us that decisions and to assert the present director who puta Meanwhile, servicemen tell

tough statements," said radio equipped ski except for Christmas cards, strong leadership. stop to the illegal CIA us, the lights at some

Kissinger according to the patrolman, stuck close to the they have heard nothing STRANGE BED. spying on American citizens.It generals' homes continue to
confidential minutes "the President. lately from the former. FELLOWS: .Fred Thomp- is also our duty to report burn brightly.



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Flagshiporqunboat
Editor: This letter addresses itself to those who would criticize Secondly in a shotgun approach to "truth" the editor
editors for allowing unpopular opinions to appear in print. It allows conflicting opinions to be printed. This allows for the
seems that the most vitriolic criticism comes from those whom appearance of "erroneous" opinions from the viewpoint of
the printed opinion most offends.The critic strongly disagreeswith any given critic. The fact that these opinions are printed is
the opinion and therefore inveighs against the author as hardly sufficient cause for attacking the editor.It .
well as the editors who allowed "such trash" to appear in is J.S. Mill's opinion that "If all mankind minus one,

print. The critic forgets that his or her own vituperative were of one opinion and only one person were of the contrary
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...... remarks are printed.The opinion mankind would be no more justified in silencing that

Editor: During the last few and at the University of critic's impotent outrage amuses me for at least two one person than he, if he had the power,'would be in silencing
months there have been Michigan there was not reasons. First it is not the editor's function to control and mankind."
many voices among the enough support for a faculty confine the opinion page to that which is "true." This page is My concluding remarks to those who persist in their
academic community advocating union to call for an election. a vehicle for the expression of the often unsupported fatuous fulminations in and at the opinion page are that the

i collective Not a single Big Ten or Ivy thoughts, beliefs, feelings, ideas musings, etc. of the various Universe is laughing at you.
bargaining for university League university has contributors. Because of its nature it cannot be classified as If you are not able to enjoy the exchange of ideas on this

professors. Although these adopted a union group as an true or false. page and extract yourselves from" the mire of your own
organizations claim they are agent for bargaining. Only Critics who label editors liars apparently do not subscribeto frustration and anger with reality, then I'm afraid that you

not unions, they are advocating the high schools, community this notion. That is their perogative. amusing though it may will be left to welter in your own intellectual darkness.

the prime colleges and a handful of be. Rick Smeriglio 4FY

mechanism of a union, e.g.. universities have voted in -
collective Hence. favor of union functioning.
bargaining.
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without calling the faculty votes "yes" on
organization a union. collective bargaining, will we
If the University of Florida not be changing our
wants to consider itself in a "flagship" of the State

class with other reputable University System into just
universities, it should another "gunboat" in the
consider these facts: in 1973 armada of higher education?
the faculty of Syracuse >
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I ( Survey records student opinion I IB 61 % "f' -



GARY BALANOFF responses. Sixty-seven students said they wanted a change to favor quarters
Alligator Staff Writer the semester system, 147 preferred staying on the quarter
sjstem. 25 said they didn't care or had no preference, and two
More than 60 per cent of UP students surveyed prefer the persons said they didn't want to answer the survey questions.
present quarter system over the proposed semester system. Of those who stated a preference one way or another 69 per 1
The margin of error of the survey was 6 per cent. Tli us, it cent'want to keep UF on the quarter system and 31 per cent
can be accurately said between 55 and 67 per cent of the favored changing to semesters.
student body is in favor of) keeping the current system.IN THERE WERE as many reasons for students wanting to
AN EFFORT to find out directly what the students keep the quarter system as there were students contacted.
favor The Alligator conducted a phone survey of 464( studentsat "It's easier on the quarter 'system." Debora' Lipschultz, sk1
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UFo I UC, said. "There's more to study for on the semester. 27t1
The survey was conducted by taking the registrar's list of "The semester system drags out, and if you have a bad r
UF students, starting with the 30th name on the list, and teacher,you're stuck with him," Debra Lopez, 4AS, said. J
interviewing every 60th person. This is a common method of MELISSA MILEY, 3AS, said she preferred the quarter
making a large survey. system because it provides "more knowledge in less time." favor se
Five Alligator staff writers were each given,approximately William Martin, 3DN, said he preferred the quarter only
78 names and phone numbers. For two weeks last quarter, because there are 'no finals after Christmas ,
Pat McDonough, Gloria Akel, Hank Eder, Donna Brugmanand There were also some people who were not sure, but cast i'i tMajority
Gary Balanoff phoned these 464 students and asked the hesitating votes tor one system or the other.
following. questions: "THERE ARE assets and drawbacks to both, but the
.1. Are you a UF student? quarter is tine with me," Richard McCAll, 3EG, said.
.2. What is your classification? Charles Strickland, 4AS, said,he favored the quarter system
.3. How long have you attended UF? "wholeheartedly" because "it gives you more freedom."
.4. Have you ever attended a school which was on the Richard Cardwell, 5EG, had a solution which would be a
semester system? compromise between the two systems. He said he favored t
.5. Do you prefer the quarter system, or would you) prefer a switching to the trimester.
change to the semester system? FOR ALL THE people who favored the quarter, a smaller,
IF THE PERSON tor some reason was not a UF student, it but no less adamant group, favored the switch to the. I
was'agreed beforehand not to record the results, to maintain semester.
strictly a student survey. "I 1 can't stand registering three times a year" Richard
The survey revealed a great diversity in types of students.All Stewart, 2UC, said. "I think they should change it," he said,
classifications, schools, and many different opinions were referring to the current quarter system. of
i'I represented.It Jaime Minino, 3EG, said he likes the semester because it's UF pr
was also agreed to only call each student a maximum of not so "cramped."
tour times, the initial call and then three callbacks if the Marina McClane, 1UC, agreed with Minino.In .
student did not answer or the line was busy. the semester system, she said there is "more time to
THIS EFFORT was made so the survey would not learn what you're pursuing." By STUART EMMRICH N
discriminate against those who are out of their rooms Thomas Ott, 4BA, said too much was cramped into the Alligator Staff Writer \\
frequently.As present quarter system. He said all tests tend to come at the
a result, out of the 464 students called, there were 241 same time. The possiblity of UF returning to a semester system
received favorable reactions from a clear majoity of UF
professors sampled in a random telephone survey by The 1;'


I At issue : A return to semestersFrom Alligator. cl
I Professors from almost all UF colleges, particularly those d:
who had worked under both the quarter and semester systemsin
the past, said they would prefer going back to the semester
( page one) HE SAID THE survey probably showed the people the Proponents of the semester system said they favored it

commissioner's office had been talking to were the ones who because it gave the student and teach more time to go over s.
system now In effect would be the shortness of the quarter and interested "
in s'
were making a change. material and it allowed the student more "thinking time.
students dislike of the the
many way quarter system was being
Nichols said the office is going to continue he
to evaluate the Chemistry professor Dr. Paul Tarrant, who explained

run."A lot of students feel'a quarter b too short," Dr. Gene merits"This of is both not systems.a closed issue," Nichols said. was at UF when it was on the semester system, said the school I\I.\

Hemp said., UF Interim assistant vice president of academic affair HE ADDED even if the semester plan is adopted, it would should never have gone to quarters. t,

probably take until the fall of 1976 to
implement it.
'If they get sick they don't have enough time to catch up," "Implementing it takes a time "The student had a longer time to meditate and think
long
Nichols
Hemp said. "On a semester system they'd have more time." Dr. Robert Mautz, State said. about the material being presented to him. You can't do a t
About a month later, The Alligator started plans for an said there would be only one factor University which System could chancellor, good job in organic chemistry in ten weeks, the student needs t
extensive surrey Intent on finding what students thought to favor the semester system. tip the scales more time to think," Tarrant explained.DR. .
about the quarter system. "Our FRANK Maturo, professor of biological sciences, also
interest is in the single calendar I
Here are the results of that survey. Tuesday. "I have Mautz said agreed that the semester system was more beneficial for the
no interest in change for change's sake." student.
HE SAID there is a great deal of sentiment for making the I
SUS calendar synchronous with community colleges and i t
public schools throughout the state. ;
By GARY BALANOFF Mautz said this was desirable because of students from r
Alligator Staff Writer community colleges on the semester system transferring to
state universities. '
Administrators expressed surprise Tuesday when told of "Those calendars all Alligator
range over the lot, Mautz said.
the results of The Alligator survey. "IF I WERE a faculty member, I'd prefer the
Dr. Robert Q. Marston, UF,president, said the big reason semester," he said. modified
for a two-to-one' majority' people favoring the quarter Asked how he felt
personally, Mautz said, "I
system was the lack of a date semester final exams would be 1 have no interest in change." must confess :

held.HE Regarding the survey, Mautz said, "My reaction is that special report"I
SAID IF the exams were held before Christmas the that's info which must be taken into consideration
results would have probably been different."I commissioner (education) and by us." by the
really don't know what's likely to occur," Marston said. Hemp reconsidering his earlier estimate
that
"This is not something that the University will decide," he opinion was in favor of the semester system, said the student
added, indicating the ultimate decision would be made on the number of limited
he
people talked to am a It gives
may not have been hearty supporter of the semester system.
level from State Education Commissioner
state
RalphTurlington's representative of) the student body as a whole. the student more time to digest the subject matter. The
office. HE QUALIFIED the results by commenting "I think you'll quarter system is just too short." Maturo said.
find this (the result) varies with the college." Dr. Gary Shannon, associate professor of geography,
THE RESULTS compiled over the Christmas break show Hemp also offered an explanation for the survey results. pointed out courses taught ,under the quarter system go too
61 J per cent of the students responding to the survey favor the "Most of the people have never studied at a college under
quarter system the way it stands. anything but the quarter system," he said. fast."THE QUARTER system doesn't give enough time to get
Twenty-seven per cent indicated preference for a change to HEMP SAID..an advantage of the semester would be "the into the material. You end up trying to cover 'a semester's
the semester system (which would include longer grading reduction in time spent and resources spent on registrations work in a quarter, and no one benefits from that" he said.
periods), and 10 per cent had no preference. and drop-and-adds."
Turlington was not available for reaction to the Alligator Hemp said sometime later this month, in
or
early he
February, Dr. Frank May, chemical professor, said
survey. a position paper would be issued jointly by the a engineering
"I 1 am somewhat surprised (at the results) because over the of education and Mautz setting forth commissioner favored a semester system, "as long as the first' semester
last couple of years most of the people we've talked to, including hether to use the quarter system or make recommendations the on ended before Christmas.
change a
students and faculty have expressed preference for semester. to the Math professor Dr. Robert Kallman said he favored

the semester system." Dr. Roger Nichols, deputy commissioner He said indications lead him to believe the semester system,because the quarter system "compels you to
paper would
for educational management said Tuesday. recommend the change to the semester. give more tests than areroptimal."
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UF students i Former UFgraduatedevelopsnew



ship construction method

prefer .

By JEFF CARDENAS He said his invention reverses this effect by use of four
Alligator Staff WriterA frontal openings that displace the water through the,ship and
out the stern.
former UF agriculture graduate has developed a new THE DESIGN is presently under study at the U.S. Naval
quarters landmark method of in ship, construction which he believes will be a Academy and Strumskis has received feedback on his invention -
shipbuilding.Louis .
from several foreign nations.
Strumskis, 40 who says he designed the ship as an What is lacking, however, is some type of prototype or
act of patriotism, believes his invention could revolutionize model with which to prove the actual feasibility of the project.
the Russian American ship industry, sending it far in front of the This was the major criticism of Engineering Associate Dean
maritime fleet. Morton S nl'Jtz and Dr. Robert Gaither, chairman of the
THE PATENTED invention features a radical hull design Mechanical ENgineering Department, during an appeal by
and a new concept in ship propulsion that Strumskis says will Strumskis for UF aid and interest in the project.
stern decrease fuel consumption and create a hull draft for entering SMUTZ SAID that he would study the appeal and decideat
1n shallower ports, and a stabilizer that will give the ship a a later date whether the UF budget can support the
smoother ride.Conventional.
10.4% development of the project.
ships are built wide in the middle and taper Strumskis became interested in ship design when he was
off toward the bow and stern. This, Strumskis says creates working on a boat transporting bananas in Central America.
have
110preference turbulence and vacuum effects that consume more than 50 "Traveling on banana ships I noticed that every time we
per cent of the ship's horsepower. entered rough water the bananas in the hold would become

bruised. I decided then that there must be a way to develop a
China !smoother mailing ship" Strumskis said. '
week
"THERE IS a need for my project. An important part ol
our national economy revolves around the shipping industry ..;,,{
and if we can ship cheaper and taster than other countries it
will be a plus for our nation."
starts
MondayThe Slrtimvkis beamed. "This is my contribution to the United!

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Arts and Science Student Council is designating Jan. States.State
favor 13 through Jan. 17 as "China week." leaders
r changewere Chises are exhibits, speakers and films on China will
highlight China Week, said E. Vicki Ellis chairwomean of
the Arts and Science Student Council's speakers bureau.
TWO CHINESE art exhibits are currently on display in the study growth
reluctant to go through the transition period but there Florida State Museum and in Grinter Gallery Ellis said.A .
would be a great deal of work involved in changing over." third exhibit of Chinese peasant art work will be on ..

display Monday in the J. Wayne Retiz Union, 2nd floor. By, JO LAURIE PENROSE
Four speakers will be featured during China Week. Frank Alligator Staff WRIter
Dr. Gale Nevill, professor of engineering sciences, said he
Pestana, one of the national coordinators of the U.S.-China
preferred working under the semester system, but he addedhe
Peoples Friendship Association (USCPFA) will speak ,about State Sen. Robert Graham will be among the featured
of
prospect change didn't appeal to him.
"IT'S TOO time-consuming and energy-consuming to the association Monday in the Union auditorium. A film, speakers at the thrid annual Florida Growth Conference to be
entitled "China" will also be shown. The program starts at held in the J. Wayne Kelt/ Union Ballroom Friday and
change and with the have ,
budget problems we now no
7:30 Saturday.The .
: p.m.PESTANA
change sounds'very appealing he explained.
will also speak on Chinese Immigration laws Conference, entitled "Florida's Growth Where Arc
Tuesday at 4 p.m. in room 361 of the union. Later that We and Where Are We Going?" will bring other state
Accounting professor Dr. Delmas Ray was another who evening at 7:30: p.m. Pestana will speak on "Law in China" in leaders including Ray. 1.' l11oreaux. director of transportation
said he had "mixed feelings" about changing to a semester the law school auditorium.On planning fir (the Florida department of Transportation .

system. Thursday Margret Megill, a member of the USCPFA and Joseph Taravclla president of the Florida
"Strictly from a educational point of view, I have always from Tallahassee will speak on Health Care in China. A film, Council of 100.GRAHAM( ).
favored the semester. From a selfish angle, I don't know "Away with All Pests" will also be show. The program startsat Will chair a session on Friday on Florida's!
what it (changing semesters) would do to the salary struc- 7 p.m. in the medical science auditorium.On present growth: management policies.The .
ture," he explained. Friday night Becky Hamilton, a member of the purpose ol the conference is to assess the impact of
USCPFA from Atlantaa, will speak on "Women in China" at state growth: leislation and recent changes in the national and
POLITICAL science professor Dr. William Munselle was 7:30: p.m. in room G186 at McCarty Auditorium. internationaly economic and energy picture in Florida.
the only one surveyed who said he was completely in favor of China Week is part of a program by the Arts and Science The &:conference sponsored by the Urban Regional
the quarter system. Student Council to highlight one foreign country each Development Center and the UF Division of Continuing
"I would definitely prefer to stay on the quarter system," quarter, Ellis said.Swami. Education, will also: act a s a forum for leaders to air their
Munselle said. views on the changes in Florida as a result of rowth. ,rte
"If we go to the semester system, we would have to teach FRIDAY MORNING'S session will open at 9:30 and is
more courses at the same time. Under the quarter system, lectureson dedicated to the "Where are we now" question. .
there are less courses that have to be taught at the same time, Conference chairman Carl Feiss will lead a panel discussionon
and a wider range of courses are available to teach in the long population and migration: housing and the building in-
run." meditationSwami dustry, manpowerand employment, and fuel energy.St. .
'Petersburg Mayor Randolph Wedding will talk about
"THERE IS greater variability under the quarter system" Muktananda, an Indian guru, will lecture on the impacts of migration and energy on a large Florida City.,
said Munselle, adding he taught under both quarters and "Meditation and Expansion of Consciousness" at, the J. David Meeker, assistant secretary tor regional developmentin
semesters.Dr. Wayne Reitz Union ballroom Jan. 13 at 7:30: p.m. the department of Housing and Urban Development will be
Walter Herbert, and English professor said it was "a A $2 donation will be requested at the door.In the main !speaker Friday night. He will speak on "The Hew
addtion to his lecture Muktananda will hold series of Federal Role in .
mistake" for UF to ever leave the semester system, but addedhe a Community Development.
would not be in favor of going back because of the "chaos" "meditation intensives" Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. The final session, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday will be a
that would result."Although until noon, and on Monday through Thursday from 6 p.m. duscussion of the Findings of the Southern Governors con
until 10 p.m. The sessions will cost S3S per person. ference on Growth.At .

there was no good reason to change from the Muktananda will also hold daily programs of meditation 10 a.m. there will be a panel of future Florida growth
from night to Iriday; morning. The sessions which will include Dr. Dauer
semester system, I think it is highly questionable to shae up Monday are policy Manning head of the UF
the univeryity again to change back." from 6 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. and from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. political science department.
"I LOOK with horror at changing away from the quarter The meditation intensives will be held at Guil Beck's homeon Faculty and students are welcome to attend the panels and
system, it would just be mass confusion," Herbert argued. 505 NE 5th Ave. Beck is one of Muktananda's followers. discussions and may sit at no charge. Those who take part in
Several of the professors surveyed said they were not sure if meal and refreshments must pay a$15 registration fee,

they would recommend changing to semesters, because they
saw good and bad points in both systems. Recycling unit to
UF
Journalism professor Jo Anne Smith said she has "been gridders win honorThe
through all of them (semesters and quarters) and I see
disadvantages and advantages to each." at mallReynolds / week of January 6-13 has been proclaimed as Gator
operate Football Week, by Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner Neil
"There is greater selectivity under quarters, but skill Butler.
courses such as journalism, work better under the semester Metals Co. will operate a mobile aluminum Citing the UF football squad's "outstanding performance"
system it really| depends on the nature of the course recycling unit at the' Gainesville Mall every Monday and during their recent season, which included a trip to the Sugar
material." Thursday.The Bowl, Butler issued the proclomatlon during the Monday.
Although many of those surveyed said they were concerned unit will purchase all-alumlnim cans and household meeting of the Gainesville City Commission. ,f'
about the lengthy transition period UF would have to go aluminum scrap from the public between 10 a.m. and noon With UF head football coach Doug Dickey in attendance.
through if it went to semesters almost all said the semester on Mondays and Thursdays. Butler proclaimed this week In honor of the UF football
system worked best for the teacher and the student. Reynolds will pay 15 cents per pound for the aluminum. squad and called on all citizens to honor the team.

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.Th"Independent FtaridaAlUghMV;Wdn.$dar,.Jortdor/B,")94.Postponement .!." 3.....................

of funds I We, the undersigned protest paying 1

I a parking fee at the University of I i


halts drug program I Florida., II

The parking lots are state property, paid for by our taxes. We are-state'!

ROBIN WILLIAMS ; employees and we see that we are being forced to pay a "kickback fee"jo
By other states. I I
free to
the of.Florida. Most other state agencies provide parking
Alligator Staff Writer To qualify for the NIDA g'rant.lhe county's University
drug program has made certain I their employees. As far as has been determined by Career Service I
Implementation of a new comprehensivedrug organizational changes which classify it as a I Employees Federation (AFT Local 3186, AFL-CIO), the university is the only
program for Alachua. County is being new program. state employer in this area to force state employees to pay this fee. In every I
delayed by a postponement of anticipated MCGEE SAID the new program will have a I sense, we are having to pay ,in order to come to work for the University of I
federal funding, according to Dr. Richard central intake unit to plan treatment and I Florida.
r McGee director of the program. screen all clients of the agencies operating We, the undersigned, also protest being forced to buy bus tickets which I
r Don Walsh, an administrator with the within or in cooperation with the county's I we never use. We are petitioning to have these practices the I 1 Hi t tI
State Drug Abuse Program in Tallahassee, drug program. cued and
next academic -September 1975. This petition is being
said the federal government is $4 million The program will also have centralized year AFTAFL1
the Career Service Federation, Local 3186
overextended on drug programs and that thisis record keeping and program evaluations, I supported by Employees
causing the delay. conducted by members of McGee's staff. CIO. Support us in this just cause. I

HE SAID funds for the county's programare These rules will affect the Corner Drug I EMPLOYEE NAME ADDRESS
"dependent on the federal budget" and Store, whose board of dircctorsplan to sign a
added, "I 1 think it looks pretty bleak." contract with the county's drug program.
The Alachua County Comprehensive Drug OTHER programs affected by the new
Program supervises treatment programs and organizational rules will be Metamorphosis
research related to drug use. This includes the county-sponsored Bridge House and the
"halfway houses" for alcoholics such as the independent Drug Project.
Bridge House. The Corner Drug Store is also receivingstate '
'" The Alachua County drug program is funds from the state the National Pre- I ,Please mail to P.O. Box 12476 University Station Gainesville 32604, or give II III
expecting to receive a National Institute of Clinic Council and the LEAA. An LEAA to a union member.
Drug Abuse (NIDA) Grant which would total grant, which amounted to $30,000 in 1974.75, of
& A&P employees I
Petition can be signed by all Career Service, Faculty
$1,224,490 over three years. expires June 30. I
THEY HAVE also applied for a yearly The Corner Drug' Store experienced the University of Florida. I
graat of $46,735 from the Law Enforcement funding difficulty this summer when the I.....................
Administration Agency (LEAA). The grants LEAA would not allocate funds without
would be awarded to the board of county reasonable assurances for its future funding.
commissioners.The THE COUNTY was unwilling to provide
LEAA grant McGee explained, ;is funds unless the Corner Drug Store became a
being held up because "our local region is county agency. The drugstore declined
short of money this year because the regional because Corner Drug Store officials said they Wanted :
boundaries changed." would lose volunteers, clients and rapport
"MANY programs in youth Florida whichare with the youth community.At .
not operating at full capacity.are getting the end of summer quarter the county
money as if they were at full capacity. So, the agreed to transmit the LEAA grant to the
government is cutting down on' treatment Corner Drug Store, which remained independent -
shots in Florida and sending the money to a fashion artist-


I WHAT'S HAPPENING must be able to draw

By STEVE PROCKO Wayne Reitz Union room 150-C. For further
Alligator Staff Writer: information call 3928834. from dummy or live model.
BEAM TO THE BEATTY TOWERS for a
CIA SPECIAL ELECTION Tonight at 9 meeting of S.T.A.R., the Star Trek time.
p.m. the Chinese International Associationwill Association for Revival Thursday from 5-7 part
hold a special election in the J. Wayne p.m. For further information call 392-8784.
Reitz Union. For further information call JUDO CLUB: will meet with all prospective bring portfolio
3784828. members Thursday from 7.9 p.m. in the
INTRODUCTORY LECTURE on transcendental Florida Gym. Cost is $1 for the quarter and a
meditation tonight at 8 p.m. at suit.
the William Shands Teaching Hospital, room UC STUDENT COUNCIL meets Thursdayat
H-611. For more information call 3727550. 7:15 p.m. in the J. Wayne REitz Union, .
UF DANCE COMPANY will hold auditions room 123. For further information call 392-
advertising salespeoplemust
for winter quarter tonight from 6.8 p.m. in 8907.
'U the Women's Gym. For more information call INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN
3920594. FELLOWSHIP: will hold a get-together
have
GATOR SAIL CLUB: meets tonight at 7:30: Friday 7:30: p.m., at 2617 NW 1st Ave For experience
p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 357. further information call 378-0759. r '
For further information call 3787759. REORGANIZATION RETREAT by the or course background.
DISCUSSION GROUP tonight at 7:30 p.m. Black Student Union will be held Saturday at
for those interested in Eckankar in the J. the Institute of Black Culture. For more
Wayne Reitz Union room 333. information call 3921261. part time.
PUBLIC LECTURE sponsored by the center GUEST SPEAKER: author Charles Curly
for Jewish Studies tonight at 8 p.m. in the will speak on the recent legalization of gold -bring portfolio
Architecture and Fine Arts Building room ownership in the U.S. Saturday at 8 p.m. in ,
105-B. Professor David Weiss will speak. the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 3556.
BOATING SKILLS COURSE: by the U.S. Sponsored by the Student Libertarian
Coast Guard starts tonight at 7:30: p.m. and Movement. For further information call'378-
continues for the next 12 weeks. Cost is 3.50 3434. apply to James Cook at
and classes will meet at the Santa 'Fe Com OWN A PIECE OF THE PLOT The En. .
munity College west campus, room 208. ironmental Action Group offers the use of a
BASKETBALL PEP'ERS nil! meet tonightat garden plot for the winter quarter for only The Independent Florida Alligator
7:30 p.m. in room 222 of the Florida Gym. $5.00 at the Organic Garden on Radio Road,
For further information call 3725123. between Lake Alice and SW 34th Street on 1728 W. Univ. 376-4482
SIIOTOKAN KARATE: will hold a Saturday at 10:30: a.m. For further information -
beginners class from 4.5 p.m.: and an advance call 3778087.
class from 5-6 p.m. on Monday SAVANT BUSINESS MEETING: Sunday
Wednesday and Friday in the Hume Rec from 7-10 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union I
Room. For more information call 377.8909 or room 362363. Financial hassles getting rough?
377-8530. HOGTOWN GRAINERY the only cooperative ,
MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE will food store is now open at 114 S
hold auditions tonight at 9 p.m. in Underground Main St. For further information call 377- Need to sell some of your stuff?
Sledd B of the Murphrce area,.Fort; .5j86orcomeby; 11 a.m..7|'>.m. Monday thru r 1 :'
further information call ,392-7466- .r Friday :8 a.m.-5 G'tLlth : ,;
or p.m. on Saturday. word far'"'and wide 1
SIMULATED COMBATEESt The FIJI RUSH Phi Gamma Delta, the only out ,
,: Simulated Combat Club meets Thursday at 7 fraternity that actually waterskis in its own -: *

p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 347. front yard, is holding winter quarter rush this With a Gator Classified! .: :
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CIRCLE Ki will hold an organizational 373.1482 or stop by the house on 7 Fraternity
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NON-CREDIT COURSESRegistration


:CUl1leMllgcpek.hmllg l / [ : j / 1, Akteic! Registration for all workshops and lessons wilhtoke

: place In Room 330, 'from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., January
6 through January 16.
SPONSORED BY THE REITZ UNION Students faculty and staff members and their spouses
AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT will hove priority for lesson enrollment from January 6
r through January 10. Only after' this time will
n registration be open to other persons.
Due to price and registrationdifferentials.. It will be
Michael Lorimer Sun. Jan. 26 with
necessary that each person come to register

t The J. Wayne Reitz Union announces the opening of its Minoru Nojima Sun. Feb. 9 appropriate Identification.Enrollment 'for Indivdual
Is limited and. therefore' on a flrstcornfirst-
new Travel Information Center as of January 13, 1975. classes
Available services are planned to Include charter "Cinderella" Sat. Feb. 15 served basis. Persons may only register Jorlriemselves.
flights to Europe issuance of International Student Because egfstration 'for all workshops and lessons Is
Identification Cards and brochures and Information' "The Night Thoreau limited we must consider your decision to enroll final
about countries all over the world. by 4.00: p.m. the working day preceding the first
Spent In Jail" Sat Feb 15 scheduled class. Refunds will be made only under

Those persons wishing to purchase an International moom mm mmm oomm moommmm mmm_,_. these circumstances.
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Student Identification Card will be required to have a .ASTROLOGY c BANJO
small ((1 1 i'/s by 1 1'/i Inch) black and white photograph of' GRECIAN FEAST f .Jan. 23-Mar 6 (Beginning)
themselves, $2.00 and proof of full-time student 7:30: -9:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR Tue..Jon 21 -Mar 4
enrollment at a junior college or university. These cards : 7:30-9:30: PJM.INSTRUCTOR .
will be issued on the premises. Dlkkl-Jo Mullen :
$10.00 Students Tom Morrissey
V 7f 15.00 Non-Students J $10.00 Students )
15.00 Non-Students
1 ._, .
Please "inquire in Room 330 of the Union for more r BRIDGE 1 IVE.STRINGBANJO
f .Jan. 22-Mar. 5 (
details or watch the Union ads in the Alligator
7:30-9:30P.M. ((188lnnln8)INSTRUCTOR )
: Thurs.Jan 23-Mar 6
Adrian Dovell 7130-9:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR .
cWONcEE1RSCHEDULE $10.00 Students J :
15.00 Non-Sludent Golf Gillespie
f $10.00 Students
r BRIDGE 11 15.00 Non-Student J

( Thurs.Jan. 23-Mar.6, r
MASSAGEIINSTRUCTORI
7:30-9:3OP.M.
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Wed.Jan 22-Mar.5

FEBRUARY 25 6:30 p.m. Adrian Dovell) 00-7.00: : P.MINSTRUCTOR
$ :
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rr. $10.00 Students

January 2i Faculty Recital Series Sixth I FLEA MARKETa -BEGlt NINGCHESS $15.o0Non-Student J
f
Program FLORIDA ,WOODWIND .ft Strategy
QUINTET Reitz I.. TuoLJan.21-Mar.4
Union Ballroom. 8:15: p.m. I.. wySat. 7130-9:30P.M. f r MIME:
28 UNIVERSITY RENAISSANCE EN. INSTRUCTOR: Wed.Jan. 22-Mar. 5
SEMBLE. John S. Kitts ''i I 10:00 E Michael Bast 7:30-9:30: p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
Director Reitz Union Ballroom '. $10.00 Studen..J :
8:15: p.m. 15.00 Non-Student Sandy Scott
a.m.4.00i; $10.00StudentCROCHETING
February 4 Faculty Recital Series Seventh i March 1 S $15.00 Non-Stud.nt J
Program JOHN S. KITTS 1 Wed.Jan 22-Feb.26

Bassoon Reitz Union 7:30-9:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR PAINTING:
S
Ballroom 8:15: p.m. 8 : f .Jan.2s.Mer.6
18 UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND Gary P.m. ; Alice Snyder 7130-9:3Op.....
7.00 Stud..J
Longford Conductor INSTRUCTORS
Reitz Union Ballroom 8:15: p.m. Non-Students Illl School
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i / DECOUPAGi $ .
March 11 UNIVERSITY CHOIR John Grigsby .. I Mon Jan.20.Vend Feb.3 $15.00. NonStudent.J
Director ,...................s.......r........... 7:3O-13OP.M..
Reitz Union Ballroom 8:15: p.m. INSTRUCTORSTm111Stelnb.rg ,
SPECIAL DINNER r
I A complete schedule of all Music Department Concerts U 00 Student. f CONTEMPORARY WITCHCRAFT.
.'.'JI l is available at the Music Deportment THEATRE PROGRAM 6.00 Non.Students J SORCERYMAGICTues.Jan.21Mor.4(

r BEGINNING RUG
CONSTRUCTION 7i30-1:30pm.
"The Mon.Jan 20-Mar 3 INSTRUCTOR:
CREATIVE COOKERYWORKSHOPS ( Apple 7:30-9:30P.M. nkkl'Jo MullenINSTRUCTOR

.. Tree" Eleanor LelghllteriaOO $15.00$10.00 Non Students-.Stud.nt J
$
Student
This Winter the demonstrations will be run weekly and .
will Include a variety of ditto ranging from ln... 15.00 Non-Sludent _J f&SNi YOUR OWN (ORGANIC
pensive! practical meals to those you would only MTV P"WCREAUVESTlTCHERY 1 GARDENING)
to discriminating gu..... The workshops are small, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 f 5 TIIOL Jon. 21 Mar.4
Informal' and designed to stimulate participation and 71309:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR 7:30-9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
build on understanding of cooking method Recipe .. . . . . :
are given to all persons attending: however, reiervotlon :
*ore required a* enrollment i II limited 'for each : GAMES AREA : Eleanor Lelghllter Stan Pollock
etlon.R.servotionsmoy be mode by coiling 33-1633 $10.ooStuelen..J $10.00Mdents
Monday through Wednesday of'each week a workshop CAMPUS TOURNAMENT 1100 Non-Student $15.00 Non-Stud.nt j
I II held. All sessions ore 'free, so be sure to make : : usGUITAR 1
reservation early In the week f
I I Mon.Jon. 20-Mar.3
All workshops begin at 7:30 p.m. : JANUARY 20 : 713O-9:3OP.M. C .ENRICHMENTGlOUPFOIt
Janwery 22-Fish'a la Morrakesh prepared by Nancy : COUPLES .

Bitton January 29 Ocuf' 'a la Noveau (mushroom andeggs : OPEN TO STUDENTS : INSeRUCTo Thurs.Jon.23-Feb.27
) prepared by Judy Jacobson $iaOO Stuelen..J 7:30.4:30pm.
,. February S- Sauertroten (marinated beef, roost in 15.00 Non-Student. INSTRUCTOR:
sweet and tour sauce) prepared by Marlon Freund Events are 14.1 (Straight), r GUITAR 1 Ann lynch Cousellng
February. 12-Motto Ball and Potato Koogle preparedby Psychologist
I Wed.Jon 22-Mar 5
February Regina 19 Plutiky-Mulligatawny Soup prepared by Kathy Snooker 7:30-9i30P.M. $S.OOStudentINSTRUCTOR
# : Bumper Pool :
HnabergFebiuery : (per couple)
26- Eggplant Parmesan prepared by John Tom Morrlssey $7.00 Nan-Students
Chamber 3 Cushion Table Tennis $10.00 Students, (per couple) .J 1
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Meld. AHortment of
Sour-Dovgn goodie
15.00 '
prepared by Norma Sanderson 11'r:

r r ': : j f Bridge, Chess, Air Hockey x : I 1- .GUITAR Jan 23-Mar Mon.Jan.YOGA 20 Mar. 3

.t. ntun.Jon 23-Mart INSTRUCTOR:

''y if : Bowling and Foosball. : .S:00-7ooP.M.: $10.00 Rond.lI.offeINSTlUCTOR Students

it Golf GlUe.le $15.00 Non-Stvdents

$10.ooStuelen..J 2.30-4:30:

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YOGA r LOST WAX CASTING I New Paths ForSelfDiscovery TICKETS
Mon.Jan.20-Mar. 3 Thurs.Jan. 16-Mor. 6 ., .9, .
9:30"oM. 7:309:30) '"
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INSTRUCTORSScarlet INSTRUCTORHop : WEDS. 7:30 9:30 P.M. '
Johnson *Whl'-'
$10.00 Students J J 18.00 Students S Lounges 121 & 122 : !
15.00 Non-Stud.nts 24.00 Non-Stud.nts J = Jan. 15 Understanding Your Sexual Self .
Gus Newman, M.D., Psychiatrist =
Laura Newman, M. Ed., .
YOGA MACRAME O The Reitz Union tells advance tickets to Its movies on Friday
Tu.s.Jan. 21-Mar 4 .F.b. l0-Mar.) Marriage Counselor = afternoons from 12:30: p.m.* 4 30 p.m. at the Union Box Office
10:00 A.M.-Noon 7:3O9:3OP.M.INSTlUCTOII Jan. 22 Growth Dreams Through Gestalt Fantasy and S. (Second Floor, J.Wayne Reitz Union). At each Friday Presale.
INSTRUCTOR: tickets will be available for shows that evening through the
Randal RoH Saro Nett Wood S Bob Witchel, Ed.D., Gestalt Therapist. following Thursday evening.In .
$10.00 Students I r.r 6.00 Students .J I 5 Jon. 29 How to Tell Someone What You Really ;: addition the Box Office opens one-half hour before each
15.00 Non-Students mS 8.00 Non-Stud.nts Mean show (providing the show has not been sold out during the
: Shoe Graham Kosch, Ph.D., Clinical advance sale). At these times, tickets may b. bought only for
YOGA DRAWING: Psychologist I the show that Is about to run.
Tu..Jan 21-Mar 4 Thurs.Jon.16-Mar.6 5 David Panken, Counseling Intern' : No advance tickets may be purchased any other time than
2:3O-Al3O".M. 1:3OAl09P.M.INSTRUCTOR. Cathy Owen M.S.W. Clinical Social e during the advance sale.
: INSTRUCTOR: : Worker 5O Inquiries regarding films may be directed to the Program
Kath nihaw Hop.Whit Office ((392-1655)). Monday through Friday 8:00: a.m.5.00
110.00 Students I1100Non.Stud.nts 15.OOStyd.nh2aOONon.Stud.nh Feb. 5 Developing and Enjoying( Your Own 5 p.m. or the Information Desk ((392-1649)) which is open days
J J : Creativity : and evenings.All .
I Stove Heyman, M.A., Psychology Intern' O movies InSeries One will be In the Second Floor
YOGA r GROW YOUR OWN Feb. 12 Enriching Your Love Relationship Auditorium, J. Wayne Reltz Union.
Wd.Jan 22-Mar 5 I (ORGANIC GARDENING) : Ann Q. Lynch, Ed.D, Counseling I Series Two will be In the Medical Sciences Building 4
2:30-AlSO..oM.. Thurs.Jan. 23-March 6 Psychologist 5 Auditorium.

INSTRUCTORiScarlet 7:309:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR I. Tim Russell, Ed.S., Marriage Counselor ,. '
Johnson : I Feb. 19 Stereotypes and Communication
$10.00 Students J Stan Pollack15.ooNon.StudentsJ 0 Jim Carter, M.S.W., Clinical SoclalWork.rFeb. .
$10.00 Students e 26 Confrontation with Death and Rebirth .'
$15.00 Non-Stud.nts J Graham Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist*
YOGA e.......s .. Kosch............ tki WINTER
Thurs.Jon 23-Mar A

Io.ooA.M.-Noon! ,(, CONSTlUC110NJEWBRYINSl1UCTOR. ;Tue.Jan. 14-Mar.4 Cast of Thousands!! QUARTER

Scarlet Johnson 7:309:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
$10.00 Students J :
15.00 Non-Studetl..J Undo Darty FILMSSERIES
18.00 Students .J FREE MOVIES
YOGA 24.00 Non.Stud.nts XC

Thurs. Jan.23-Mar 6
7:309:30 PoM.INSl1UCTORS .
ENAMELING
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Randall Roff Wed.Jon. 15-Mar 5 1
SIo.OOStudenta.J I 9:00-11:00 1 AM.INSTRUCTOR J. Wayne Reitz UnionAuditorium
:
Em.lyn Palm.r
YOGA 11 1..00 Students .J r
r Tues.Jan 21-Mar. 24.00 Non-Students r Jan. 9, 10 & 11 DELIVERANCE
500: -700P.M. Jan. 12' CHILDREN OF PARADISE
INSTRUCTOR r WEAVING 'r r Jan. 15 THE WHJTE SHEIK

Randall Roffe I Wed.Jan. 15-Mar. 5 Jan. 16, 47 & 18 THE PAPER CHASE
$10.00
15.00 Students.J 7:30- 9:30P.M. Jan. 19 A MAN ESCAPED
INSTRUCTOR: I Jan. 21 CITY LIGHTS

YOGA MEDITATION June Payne .J Jan. 22 NIGHTS OF CABIRIA
r 18.00 Students
fue.Jan. 21-Mar" 24.00 NonStudentsINSTRUCTOR Jan: 23 24 & 25 THE WAY WE WERE
7:30-9:30 PJM. Jan. 26 ANTONIO DAS MORTES

Bnudara' : r. SURVEY OF CRAFTS : Jan. 8- Jon 30 31 '& Feb. 1 FAT CITYYOUNG
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Jan. I6-Mar. TORLESS
Feb. 2
$10.00
Students .J .
AM.INSTRUCTOR
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15.00 Non-Students Feb. 4 THE KID and .THE IDLE CLASS
: Taras Bulba ..(
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VITA
Undo Darty Feb. 5 LA DOLCE
r BEGINNERS WINE $1..COStudenfiAPPRECIAnON .J Feb. 6.. 7 & 8 THE LAST DETAIL
24.00 Non-Stud.nts Feb. 9 HOUR OF'THE WOLF
Thurs.Jon 23-Feb 207OO 2nd Floor Aud.
:""-8:30P.M. r HANMUILDINGThurs. 8 p.m. Feb. 1'2 & 13 THE EMIGRANTSFeb.

INSTRUCTOR f .Jan. 16-Mar 6 FREE 14 &' 15 LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
BobDoucette 1:30-4:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR Feb. 16 ALPHAVILLE
1100 Students : Feb. 18 LIMELIGHT

Arsons 20.00 Non-Stud.n. Dorothy Sterling' .J Feb. 20, 21 & 22 AMERICAN GRAFFITI
Having Already Taken 20.00 Students
The Feb. 23 MEMORIES OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT
Course Will Not Be Allowed 26.00 Non-Stud.nts S
To .
Repeat I
.J Feb. 27, 28 & March 1 SERPICO

March 2 THRONE OF BLOOD
Persons Enrolling In Courses March 5 SATYRICON

Concerned With Alcoholic March 6, 7 & 8 LAST TANGO IN PARIS
Beverages Will Be Required To
March 9 THE SPIDER'S STRATEGEM
Show Proof That They Are At
leas II Years Of Age.

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service and xeroxing DeliveranceJan .Jpn. 27 REPULSION
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""= hi: < FOR SALEMattress SALEMattress FOR RENTOwn
\. :: >: : FOR SALE FOR SALEStereo FOR ,
U1tJDY..#
; '".';:..:'$:;;::: and Springs $S and '$10 olio 3 Rings, Opal"lIbv-S360, opal-sapphire- Amplifier 100 watts good condition and Springs $S and $10 also room in mobile home $60 month
M. ." UiiiW"W" folding metal bed $5 occasional choirs $365, CI"n..Ircon-S200., 'am 392.1951: Call Kyle 373-7775 Price$65. (a-3t- folding metal bed $5 occasional chairs 1-3 utilities. Call Mid, 3734519, (B-4T-
%..H i,. :" $5 and $10 Electric Baseboard Healer pm 378-.t326oak for ehzobeth. (A.ST-54P1 53 p) _.. $S and $'0 eleilm baseboard heaters 54P) -
',', """ '.wX Coll 475-2064(0-5153.pd) ) 1000 toll 475-2064 (o-5t-55-p) Wonted liberal mole roommate to

X377-264K used Botany 181 ond Zoology 201 tents 1974 Hondo X1350 new engine, !like sublet trailer$45 + '* util.Move In after
.l and lob manual. $10 each set call 373- new, KRW helmet, accessories save Xmas.must. be neot. Call Jeff or Gory
.X =,:X,? .. 2904 (A.2T-54.P Jim student 378-4733 (b-51-53-p)) _
_._ ) ,._________ 300950. call evenings. mornings
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373-7147 ((0-51.55.p)) __ roommate wonted to short furnished 3
I 73 YAMAHA RO 350 Runs great,new Gibson Super T Hor Boss omp COST$500 bedroom opt. $73 per month, 1-3 of
tire$725 call 372-:2818 or 377-4434. (A- 373-3734 a-3t- ,
new, aiking $350 Kathy ( utilities gatortpwn opt* 309-250 tw
ft A II f 5T-54-C) "El) 16th ove no phone (B-5T-54-P)

mobile 3 bdr all utilities paid. located on NW
oOredmon
197312 li (gronvllle)
QUEEN SIZE WATERBED with from, pod
and liner. $40. tori 373-3791 (A-2T.54-P) home front t rear bedroom two both 8th Ct. Heat fully furnish No lease
1 asking $4200 toll 378-9371 (o-5t-S5-p) Open' om-8pm 377-6992
3-speed also bed month Spacious and clean
bicycle girls single GOOD CHEAP FOOD. Hogtown Grolnery $115
eochfor $30 call 372.1863: ask for connie Food 114 5. Main house with air, heat, carpet, kitchen
Coop is now open at
233 W. University Avo. phone 377-3013 or 378-3727. ask for loon (o-3t-55-p) 11.7 M.F 6-0 on Sat New members quipped. located minutes campus
Trailer orrendondo village I bedroom, t welcome ((0-31-55-p) ((161))
both, air 1 heat call clan 373 7614 Open 9am-8pm 377-699S
PRESENTS (051.
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3 speed men's bike $45 00 Call 3924)558or ) $90 month Rustic home located In
55-p) ofter 6:00: pm 372-2381 and ask for country letting Heat fully furnl.hed.S'lId.n' .
Custom center console boot excellent Julio (a-3t.55.p)
'* welcome ((1031: )
"AN EVENING WITH"RICHIE shape, similar to Donzi. 2450$ or offers. For sale 1 1972 Triumph TR 6; very good Open 9om-8pm 377-6992
must sell 376-8194 ofter 5 (o-et 55 p) condition, 30,000 miles $2,875 376.5945o $125 month Spacious opt located in

( -Si-5S- ) Air, heat, kitchen equipped.
boys 10 speed good condition call 373- p SW section
5884 for more information (o-3t.55-p) SCUBA EQUIP for SALE: mk IV lank + J- .((12249))
valve regulator' excellent condition call Open 9om.8pm 377-6992
377-7696 keep trying (o-51-53.p) $85 utilities Included Kids pets OK
HAVENSFRIDAY heat, drapes,no lease. Won't lost long\
IB' x 17' trailer + room, completely
shaded,quiet, air condo 25 cu' frost free ((121705)) .
), Et 't 14QU llllilM frig$16003860 Archer Rd lot U7 Ph 377- Open 9am 8pm 377-6992.
$65 month, Ideal location for student
2171 ofter 5 pm (a-st-55-p)
or cOllpl. Air, heat,.carpets,dropes (I I.
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ShowS cowobungal opm surfboard $60, new United Real Estate Assoc
N r 1 7:00 wet-suit $20 surfracks $1000 or 113 NE l loth Ave.
M. W, pM $/. 9:20: e e everything$75 contact george after 5:30: Open 7 days 377-6992
377-7011 I A3T54-P
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EXCITING ADVENTUREr! J (b-51-5.5-c)
WANT TO MOVE
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sWFERNO : If you desire to move from your present
FOR RENT location we con rent,sublet, or find youa
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Call todoyll) .
1 I 2 far mobile, home air condo carpel clubhouse United Real Estate' Assoc. 'Inc
8&11 t pool in Alomar Gds rood paved 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-fr-55-)

[gJTeohn1oo1or o free lot rent o no pets call 373-2831) sublet 1 bdrm opt university garden
JAN. 10 P.M. 11'011-' ?Iroeauws..A student owned ISO mo ((8-5T-5".PI) trace coil 372-1806 or 392.2197: (b-3t-53-

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CAslr Need 1 male roommate for one
$4.50 adv. W .. bedroom Butler Gardens opt, $67.50 + FEMALE roommate own room In 3
2 utilities, $50 deposit. Call Melody) 373- bedroom house $80 month come by
'::15 e. 6966 (8-ST-s.-P 1435 NW 7th Ave evenings after 7
evening ( )
lOlI e. w pts lit :15: Available
e Immediately (b-3t-55-p)

Room for rent near campus at
reasonable cost Coll 373-9831 between
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4-7 PM. (b-3t-55-p)

dy" I I Ir GNG Couple wonted to shore new house with
graduate student. Private bedroom t
both, central heat & air. N.W-: section.
.. No pets or kids 6. : 'lease deposit,
? r "'::}t W' 'UftiYAve.: : $160 month 372-1727 to 6 pm, 376-5449

a r' / .. .5. . ... F37} ; n 643) .: evenings (b-51-55.p)
45 'IhY ... .....n '.. Room for rent near campus 'at
reasonable cost Call 373-9831 between
,' DOORS OPEN SE2ST1LL 2:30 PJM. .-7 pm (b-5t55-p)

f 1:.&5'.M. EXCEPTSUNDAYS.W. Female roomote wanted lAST month
ILA tREE1ad RENT FREE if you move'in by Jon 15
OUllVA,D 2:15 4:45 7i1S 9:45 village pork 119 Coll after 5 pm 378.5030
Iv menage or come by (b-5l.55-pd)

ONE NIGHT ONLY I THE MAN WITH 2 female roommates needed, for two
bedrron opt. % utilities., $4625: ea
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Pog.18,Wednesday,January a N1b Why '.> coach John

Lot look tense?


H Hot Gators nipped % _0


4 22 turnovers might be
II I'o' I* the reason.

: by Tigers 92-91 it


..,! ',
;:'N;: By ANDY COHEN THE GATORS held the Shy's 20 points led the
j; Alligator Sports Writer lead only briefly in the Gators' losing effort, ....
opening moments as the followed closely by Caldwell's photo by george kochanltc |Ir,
I!: Bengal Tiger's hot shooting 18 and Jerry Moore's 16.
j; A gallant Gator comeback hand kept UF off balance The loss drops UF's overall
,effort fell ,one point short most of the long evening.But record to 5-7 and 1-1 in the Authorities Wilson
'f Monday night as Louisiana with just over six conference.The say
State held on for a 92-91 minutes remaining and the Gators returned home
.. victory in front of 7,000 Gators 10 points down, Coach Tuesday to begin work
screaming Baton Rouge fans. John Lotz's club caught fire towards a Saturday night drunk before death
Gene shot with showdown with
Shy's jump as a Norman Caldwell jump Georgia in
::03 left on the clock was off shot followed by a Gene Shy Athens.
)' w target and in turn assured two-pointer from the corner The ,Orange and Blue By Alligator Service fastball, spent his entire nine-season career
LSU the hard-fought victory, narrowed LSU's lead to 92-91 return to Alligator Alley HOUSTON (UPI) A medical examiner with the Astros. His pitching record in the
their first of the conferenceseason. with 1:08: left. Monday night as they host the said Monday Houston Astros' baseball star majors included two no-hit games. He won 10
UF,using its tough,man-to- Auburn Tigers. Don Wilson was drunk Sunday when he and games and lost 13 last season. '
man defense gained control of his 5-year-old son both died of carbon HIS BODY WAS found seated on the
\ the ball with :31 left but a monoxide poisinging in the garage of their passenger side of the front seat of his luxury
Norman Caldwell shot was home. car shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday in the closed
blocked out of bounds whichset WILSON AND HIS SON,Alexander, were garage of his suburban home. Wilson was
W sQ.ir the stage for Shy's last- found dead in the garage. Wilson's wife, wearing a sweater and trousers. A pack of
#fY4 second, effort. Bernince,27 and 9-year-old daughter, Denise cigarettes lay on the dashborad and the radio
LSU took a 39-34 lead into ,were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes was playing.
the locker room as they were and hospitalized. Doctors s aid Denise was ina Juvenile officer T.L TrhinkJe said Dr. F.M.
led by Kenny Higgs with nine coma and critical condition. Rivers Jr, of Memorial.Hospital Southwest
points. Police said Mrs. Wilson had suffered a told him Mrs. Wilson first said she did not
The second half turned intoa borken jaw, but she was heavily sedated and know how her jaw was broken. Then she said
shooting contest as both in shock and was unable to clarify how she she might have been struck and finally she
teams scored over 50 points in suffered the injury. said she had fallen against a wall a few
GENE SHY the period. BRUNO CALDWELL Wilson, 29, a righthander known for hisSYSTEM days earlier.


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Live Off Campus ? .


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'1.to. '.... Alligator Sports Writer _
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second of a two part series C9
.K ? dealing with the 1975 Gator
.r Ask. track team. Toda)'s article ,t r
previews the running events.)
your
j apartmentmanager For 10 out of the last M
seasons, the Tennessee
Volunteers have won the SEC -
r who indoor track championship.And .
your Jimmy Carnes is sick
+ hassel and tired of it.
SO TilE 38-year-old Gator
free head coach went on a little
representativeis. recruiting mission and snared
i.J34Lc himself two of the finest
runners in the world.
Samson +the office for Student Services Trinidad native Horace
Tuitt and Jamaican Noel
Gray add a little international
flavor and a lot of ability to a
Gator track team which
Carnes feels is the strongest in
UF history.

UNR ESTR ICTEDPUBLIC f Even strong enough to
finally knock SEC and NCAA
champion Tennessee from its
'SALE throne. photo by chip hire.UF'5 .
"POTENTIALLY, we havea BOB RAMBO OUT IN FRONT '
super team," said Carnes. ,SEC intermediate hurdles champ also,on mile relay squaddo
NOTICEEVERY "I use that word a lot but it
applies here. We are a lot spectacular things," added champ) and Addison from Bostic missed the entire '74
better than last year." Atkins. Tennessee." season but the ,year before
ARTICLE IN STORE
Relay coach David Atkins, "It's better to lay back and THE, GATORS did 'lose swiped the conference 60-yard
I INCLUDING: who guided his mile relay do it and then talk about how dash specialist Nate Jenkins high hurdle crown.
corp to an easy win in the you did it. Talent on paper is'no through graduation but Triple jumper Mike Sharpewill
All Diamond Rings. All Unset SEC's, said Tuitt and Gary good.You do your runningin Benson expects Hesley Bosticto also compete,in the short
have already made their the meets." take up some of the slack. sprints.INTRAMURAL.
Diamonds Emeralds Rubies presence felt. Assistant coach Roy
Sapphires Opals And Other "We look for Tuitt to be Benson, who handles the
the key man in the 880 and middle distance runners, said
,Precious Gems Gray in the 440 and 600." the successful cross country c_ I IToday
TUITT'S credentials are a season gave him a good indication
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in 1974 and 'won the paign. Badminton. Contact the 1M office 229 Fla. Gym 392-0581 to
of [Varnr" Brands National Jr. College 880 in "WE HAVE TWO solid sign up teams. ,
1973 and 1974 while at Essex entries in each event," explained Students eligible for OPS work study 'and interested in
I'IK & IttKGoldJcMclryof All Community College in N.J. Benson. "Last yearwe officiating basketball, volleyball or flag football should
According to Atkins, Tuitt didn't have Vince Cartieror contact Ron Chisten or Loretta Shane,229 Fla. Gym.A .
Description Including( Neckchains will also join veterans Steve Dennis Skelton. Also, MANDATORY officials meeting for men's basketballwill
Reduced From Original Old Cold Gomez Wimpy Alexander, Kevin Holzwart was hurt and be held Thurs., 8 p.m:, room 229 Fla. Gym. Individuals
a Prices! and transfer student Tom Par Wallin wasn't runningwell. unable to meet must attend a meeting Mon.,8 p.m., room 229
Doerr in the two-mile relay. ." Fla. Gym.' ,
:, All Sterling; & Plated Silverware. Gray is expected to team up "In effect we have four Fraternity Draw for Basketball will be held,Jan.,9, 4 p.m.
in the mile relay with 1973 new faces to replace George 229 Fla. Gym. Each fraternity must be represented at the ,
Coffee & Tea Sets. Trays &Many GiftItems 600-yard NCAA champ Bridges and Coswell DePieza draw.. -
Beaufort Brown along with who graduated." The Shotokan Karate Club will hold a beginners, class,
"Marvelous" Mitch Goingsand "1 feel these guys are the Mon., Wed., Fri., 4-5 p.m. at Hume Rec Room. Advance
' All Birthstone & Wedding; Rings senior Bob Rambo."I best distance runners in the classes are 5-6 p.m. on the same days.. All classes are free.
DON'T like to speculatebut conference with,the,exceptionof For further information contact Kent Wang, 377.8908 or
, Crystal Cut Glass. Figurines we have the potential to Davies (cross country Michael. Barimo 377-8530.
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:,i Page 18.Wednesday,Jcttuory/. 1975 i rc..rj :orrof: -r'--rts:: =-I tr f Why does? head,
basketball coach John
Lotz look tense?

It':1L: Hot Gators nipped I $


_: r 22 turnovers might be
I* the reason.
byTigers9291M1 r
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:::,.:; By ANDY COHEN THE GATORS held the Shy's 20 points led the
.-\'. Alligator Sports Writer lead only briefly i in ,the Gators' losing effort,
V: opening moments as the followed closely by Caldwell's photo by george kochanitc jr.,
Bengal Tiger's hot shooting 18 and Jerry Moore's 16.
\i A gallant. Gator comeback hand kept UF off balance The loss drops UF's overall
/,., effort fell ,one point short most of the long evening.But record to 5-7 and 1.1 in the Authorities say Wilson
\ Monday night as Louisiana with just over six conference.The .
State held on for a 92-91 minutes remaining and the Gators returned home
victory in front of 7,000 Gators 10 points down), Coach Tuesday to begin work
screaming Baton Rouge fans. John Lotz's club caught fireas towards a Saturday night drunk before deathBy
Gene Shy's jump shot with a Norman Caldwell jump showdown with Georgia in
,. :03 left on the clock,was off shot followed by a Gene Shy Athens.
/' target and in turn assured two-pointer from the corner The Orange and Blue Alligator Services fastball spent his entire nine-season career
LSU the hard-fought victory, narrowed LSU's lead to 92.91 return to Alligator Alley HOUSTON (UPI) A medical examiner with the Astros. His pitching record in the
their first of the conference with I 1:08, left. Monday night as they host the said Monday Houston Astros' baseball star majors included two no-hit games. He won 10
season. UF,using its tough.man-to Auburn Tigers. Don Wilson was drunk Sunday when he and games and lost 13 last season.
man defense gained control of his 5-year-old son both died of carbon HIS BODY WAS found seated on the
\ the ball with ::31 left but a monoxide poisinging in the garage of their passenger side of the front seat of his luxurycar
Norman Caldwell shot was home. shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday in the closed
blocked out of bounds whichset WILSON AND HIS SON,Alexander, were garage of his suburban home. Wilson was
the stage for Shy's last- found dead in the garage. Wilson's wife wearing a sweater and trousers. A pack of
second effort. Bcrnince 27 and 9-year-old daughter Denise cigarettes lay on the dashborad and the radio
LSU took a 39-34 lead into ,were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes was playing.
the locker room as they were and hospitalized. Doctors s aid Denise was ina Juvenile officer T.L.Trhinkle said Dr. F.M.
led by Kenny Higgs with nine coma and critical condition. Rivers Jr, of Memorial.Hospital Southwesttold
points. Police said Mrs. Wilson had suffered a him Mrs. Wilson first said she did not
The second half turned intoa N borken jaw, but she was heavily sedated and know how her jaw was,broken.Then she said
shooting contest as both in shock and was unable to clarify: how she she might have been struck and finally she
SHY teams scored over 50 points in suffered the injury. said she had fallen against a wall a few
GENE the period. BRUNO CAlDWElL Wilson, 29, a righthander known for his days earlier.
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apartmentmanager For 10 out of the last 11

!seasons, the Tennessee w .- '
Volunteers have won the SEC
who indoor track championship.And E ET
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hassel and tired of it. x
SO THE 38-year-old Gator
free head coach went on a little
representativeis. recruiting mission and snared
himself two of the finest
runners in the world.
Samson + the office for Student Services Trinidad native Horace
Tuitt and Jamaican Noel
Gray add a little international: .
flavor and a lot of ability to a
I LUNR Gator track team which

Carnes feels is the strongest in 4t .
UF history.

TRIcrEDPUBLIC'SALE Even strong enough to
finally knock SEC and NCAA
champion Tennessee from its

throne. photo by chip him
"POTENTIALLY, we havea UFS BOB RAMBO OUT IN FRONT '

super team," said Carnes. .SEC intermediate hurdles champ also,on mile relay squaddo
NOTICEEVERY "I 1 use that word a lot but it
applies here. We are a lot spectacular things added champ) and Addison from Bostic missed the entire '74
ARTICLE (IN STORE better than last year." Atkins. Tennessee." season but the ,year before
Relay coach David Atkins, "It's better to lay back and THE GATORS did lose swiped the conference 60-yard
IINCLUDING: who guided his mile relay do it and then talk about how dash specialist Nate Jenkins high hurdle crown.
corp to an easy win in the you did it. Talent on paper is'no through graduation but Triple jumper Mike Sharpewill
All Diamond Rings: All Unset SEC's said Tuitt and Gary good.You do your runningin Benson expects Hesley Bostic also compete in the short
have already made their the meets." to take up some of the slack. sprints.11WRAMURALS.
Diamonds.)
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Sapphires Opals And Other "We look for Tuitt to be Benson, who handles the

,Precious Gems the key man in the 880 and middle distance runners, said
Gray in the 440 and 600." the successful cross country ,
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TUITT'S credentials are a season gave him a good indication -
All Ladies& Gents Watches mile, or in his case, a half a of where his boys Today is sign-up deadline for Co-Rec Basketball Women's
All Styles and Prices. The Finestof mile long. He went undefeated stand for the indoor cam Dorm Bowling Little Sister's Basketball and Student Wives
in 1974 and won the paign. Badminton. Contact the IM office 229 Fla. Gym,392-0581 to
Name Brands! National Jr. College 880 in "WE HAVE TWO solid sign up teams. .
1973 and 1974 while at Essex entries in each event," ex- Students eligible for OPS work study and interested in
I'IK & InK Gold Jr"dr of All Community College ,in N.J. plained Benson. "Last yearwe officiating basketball, volleyball or flag football should
Description Including IVeckchains According to Atkins, Tuitt didn't have Vince Cartieror contact Ron Chisten or Loretta Shane, 229 Fla. Gym.A .
: will also join veterans Steve Dennis Skelton. Also, MANDATORY officials meeting for men's basketballwill
Reduced From Original: Old Gold Gomez, Wimpy Alexander, Kevin Holzwart) was hurt and be held Thurs., 8 p.m:, room 229 Fla..Gym. Individuals
Prices and transfer student Tom Par Wallin wasn't runningwell. unable to meet must attend a meeting Mon.,8 p.m., room 229
Doerr in the two-mile relay. ." Fla. Gym.;
All Sterling & Plated Silverware, Gray is expected to team up "In effect, we have four Fraternity Draw for Basketball will be held,Jan..9,4 p.m.
Coffee in the mile relay with 1973 new faces to replace George 229 Fla. Gym. Each fraternity must be represented at the r!,
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All Birthstone & Wedding Rings senior Bob Rambo."I best distance runners in the classes are 5-6 p.m. on the same days. All classes are free.
DON'T like to speculatebut conference with the exception For further information contact Kent Wang, 377-8908 or
Crystal Cut Glass. Figurines we have the potential to of Davies (cross country Michael Barimo 377-8530.


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t. B> ANDY COllEN' and he let his team know it. r w ww +ta oqMr
\ Alligator Sports Writer To make a long discouraging evening as brief as possible,
; UF achieved its initial goal of controlling the boards as the
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"(Editor's Note Second of a series on the Gator basketball. Orange and Blue out-rebounded the ,almost gargantuan

But the Gators' success on that cold California evening
One could only gasp in amazement when viewing the stopped there.
breathtaking sight of Palo Alto, a town within the mountains They could do almost nothing right:
I and hills of Northern California.But ., In fact at times, this reporter had to check his brochure to
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the UF basketball team wasn't there to look at the make sure there were the same athletes that beat Texas
r gorgeous scenery but to face an awesome Stanford club, Christian two nights before.
which is indeed the tallest in the nation.IT UF's assistant couch Terry Traux summed up. the eveningin
SEEMED like UF's epitaph had already been writtenas two sentences.
Stanford entered the game a hunry basketball team. "It was just a case of some of our players being totally not fls
Just one night before they had been upset by Utah State ready to play. Some of them had no business on the court."
and their coach Harry Delmar didn't want to lose two in a row The score, 80-70, seemed a lot closer than the game really
was. In fact, guard Norman "Bruno" Caldwell called it his

worst game as a Gator.
Wrestlers seek The once jovial UF team was far from smiling. For once,
gator choach John Lotz could make no excuses. His team
played badlystupid at times, he said, and they were just
26th straight win outhustled by a determined Stanford five.
The Gators could only look forward to the long trip across photo by george kochanlec jr.
.. By CHRIS GARRITY 'and senior Henry Jackson the Pacific to Honolulu and the hope that the bright hawaiian
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GUARD BRUNO CALDWELL
) r.. Alligator Sports Writer ,190, will lead the Gators sunshine would overshadow the thought of facing,the then
against Mankato. number two team in the land Indiana, just four days from worst. game, of career at Stanford

The Gator wrestling squad According to Schneider the that evening. only about the tough game with Indiana ahead of them
will vie for its' 26th straight first two weight classes will be STANFORD'S coach was gracious to the visiting Gators and how on the previous night they, had let down their
dual meet victory against a the key matches. after the game. He praised them for being a hardworkingoutfit. coaches, who weren't accustomed to enduring the sour taste
powerful Mankato State teamin "The) first two weight But then the elderly coach was reminded of UF's next of defeat.
the UF gym at 7:30: p.m. classes have been the key so game the one with Indiana. Despite the disheartening loss to Stanford, nobody felt UF
today. far. We've taken them in our "he he he he he he, Goooooood Luck, they'll need that and was incapable of beating a Hoosier team that had racked up
Mankato State (Minnesota) meets this year and it's givenus some more," he said. 30- point wins over some of the top teams in the nation.
is currently ranked second in momentum for our upper With that,thought in mind UF quietly endured the long Lotz called Indiana scary. "They're every coach's dream,"
the nation's College Division weights" he said. five hour plane ride'to Hawaii. he said.

II standings, and UF coach Freshman Vic Holloway After the traditional but enjoyable kisses at Hawaii's But he felt all along his team could win.
Gary Schneider expects a will go at. 118, and SEC airport by some lovely Polynesian maidens, the Gators And on the evening of Dec. 27 in front of a full house.'in
tough match.' champion Bob Roberts will were off to a hotel which .looked more like Shangra La.It 'Hawaii's coliseum the Gator basketball team came of age.
"They've had outstandingteams wrestle in the 126-pound slot. was only eight ,niles down Waikiki beach. They made the Stanford game look like years before., They
in the past and have And if the Gators Their bus driver was a character of sorts and did his best to fought their hearts outas a proud John Lotz watched on, and a
another one this year," momentum continues as it cheer up the then 3-3 G tors. discouraged Indiana coach Bobby Knight could only pace the
Schneider said.Co.captains. has in the past few tour "You'll find no snakes in Hawaii," he said. "Plenty of long sidelines in anticipation.

Tim naments and meets they'll worms, though." ( Thursday Indiana, Penn, San Jose State and what it all
Granowitz 142-pound class chalk up No. 26. But the Gators were in no mood for jokes, they,could think meant.)




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The Independent Florida Alligator ''Go 'naCo o to n Ga e e odo No utaa auo td w9 h U"9s o r bd S#IKI)NIKSI)A ie .8.17 UF offers Blye, Cornwell settlement By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer (IF President Robert O. Marston proposed Tuesday an out of court cash settlement with fired UF professors Councille Blyc and Dr. George W Cornwell. Cornwell is suing UF tor 5l.6 million in connection vath his denial of tenure by a secret vote of the School of Forestry faculty. Blye, a former English professor, was tired in March, 1972 when two students accused him of making homosexual advances. He is seeking reinstatement in his suit against UF. MARSTON SAID in a Dec. 23 letter to Jordan Kurland,. AAUP associate general secretary, that UF was willing to consider paying Blye between 53,667 and SI IX00 (full salary brt one to three academic quarters). and "probably" no more than 57,5(X) to Cornwell,. Marston said that although UF was "quite comfortable" to let the legal process determine the outcome, he was always Catch.! Reaching out, trying to catch on. Aftertwodays ofclas ~itwas easier to Dy TOM SHRODEX Allgalor Staff Wrtsr In a year when UP is scrambling to get by on short funds, Florida Slate University (ESU)can loosen its belt a little. PSU received 2.7 per cent more state funds than they justified by their 1.11 quarter enrollment figures. MEANWHILE, UF was underfunded by about one per cent on the same basis. Victor Yellgn, assistant to the vice president for academic affairs, said the uneven funding was due to a commiittment by the Board of Regents (BaR) to maintain funding at least at the level of last year's funding,. The one per cent uiderfunding is equivalent to S25,00or 12 teaching positions, Yellin said. IT'S A CONFLICT between two right.," Vellin said. "The right tar a university not to be disrupted once they have received 6inds and made committments based on those funds and the right of a university to addltiouial faculty positions for additional growth." As a tumult of the new system for detenulig fee paj'm.St by toad cuedit horn. fSU lost aiidM for advameed graduate responsive to "cheaper and less bothersome ways' of settling the matter. Robert (larrigan. Blye's American Civil Liberties Union lawyer, declined to comment on the acceptability of the otfer CARRIGAN SAID he wasn't aware of Marston's proposal. 'We've heard some rumblings about a settlement but I didn't know it was couched in cash terms. I was under the impression it involved some kmnd of arbitration,' he said. Cornwell said the S7,500 figure was too low to be accept able "A CASH settlement is open to negotiation. but not in that ballpark." Cornwell said. Neither Cornwell nor Carrigan have received any communication trom Kurland concerning the proposed settlement. A committee of the AAUP as presently considering the removalofacensureof UFvotedmin1971. KURLJAND SAID it was 'a fair conclusion" that the settlement offer would have a bearing on the removal of catch a frisbee than to catch on to a new schedul. students who did not count for as many credit hours as they justified in the old system. An increase in undergraduate enrollment failed to make up the loss, Yellin said. UF ALSO lost on graduate students but more than made it up with their booming undergraduate enrollment, he said. However, since most of the nine state universities had unexpected enrollment increases, the BOR reserve funds were not enough to give UF the additional funds justified by their enrollment figures. Compounding the problem is UF's unexpectedly high winter quarter enrollment. At about 27,300. it did not show the usual drop ftom fall enrollment, he said, Many UF administrators believe some way should be found to channel FSU's surplus into underfunded schools. HAROLD HANSON, iF executive vice presidait, said, "Everyhody that's getting BOR money thinks that they're getting less than they shouldd" Hanson said U? has maintained all along that th. surplus should be redIstributed. However. Hanson said, "The money is gpne. We've fought our battles ib is wit and Lost. The BOR haus to make the diciulon they think Is rlpht," Leisure. I dtid not gzo to Marston and say you must do A, B and C to get the ccnmure renioved. but the decision last spring not to remove at w.as a very close thing We wanted to see a new president in operation. "I'd call the Blyc settlement proposal reasonable in terms ot constituting rectification with the AAUP," Kurland said. "'I Blyc wants to accept the terms. that's his own affair.' ACCORDING TO Dr. Knox T. Milsaps. chairman of UF's department of engineering sciences and active AAUP member, important factors an the 1971 censure were UF's handling of the dismissal of Marshall Jones. former member of the UF law taculty and the institution of a law school loyalty oath. Milsaps said the old grievances have now been settled 'to everyone's satisfaction." "As I understand it.'' Milsaps said," the committee (considering removal of the censure) is waiting to see how Marston handles settlement of the Blye and Cornwell cases before they lift the censure." Thus far theyhave tound Marston'sactions satisfactory, he said. IN HIS LETTER to Kurland Marston said. 'From our meeting I understand you find this represents reasonable action by the University mn seeking to resolve these two cases.' Also in the letter Marston seeks to "emphasize that this letter does not in any way constitute an admission of wrong doing by the University."' Some members of Marston's executive stall expressed reservations about the offer. Dr. Harry Sier, dear of the UF Graduate School, said he believed the public would regard a cash settlement as an admission of guilt. WILLIAM ELMORE, UFP vice president for administrative affairs, noted the po'sibilith that settlement out ot court night encourage future suits. "People '.ill get the idea that if they bother us tong enough 'e'll pay them to quit botherimg i'," Elmore said. Marston responded that he 'tax acting in accord with whIiM he considered to be "the broader interests'' of UF MARSTON DENIED that the settlement oiler represented an attempt to influence the A AUP to remove censure. 'You can not buy the vote oh committee." he said. Marston said the drain of time and money caused by the suits were the prime reasons for the settlement offer. "Our preferred postion is to let the colors settle it'" Marston said. CORNWELL said his case has been pending in a state appeals court for over a year. "The vase was heard over a year ago but they haven't rendered a decision yet." he said. onwn'l said such a long wait rot a decision was 'very "I CAN'T understand what they're waiting for," he said. No decision has been reached in the Blyc case, either. However, Marston said he had reason to believe a legal 'I anno tae nt acout heposibliy f ppeals."he IJF-Attorney Thomas Biggs said there was a possibility that either case could be appealed tothe Supreme Court. Colleges debate EDITOR'S NOTEs The quartsys *p hs been the odiject of discoulsut mimic. 1967 vhs. UF switched from the ts.e bo lb. quarls. Many studmits cornplinsed after the champowee of pressede casks." cestees with h.am uhasuind h 10 webk hemn the peevles 14 week peuist. 0. Oct. 24, 39y4, SW.t E"ca C.mmSsleu, *hb Turbae. said UF ad al ii e .41st mle sius pushbb shead h ck le the sswe eja.em Amssn the --em gisv .dhulebhg hum the qemh.e (S e 2 Extra funds aid FSU budget 4

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*Pogit TteI.ndepndn Mousid AIIgotot, Wid.1.4y.ruaryvt 197s capsule U S tas foc sets so S after et def ea t SULIHI HAY. Philippines tUPli -AI US. Navy task lorce ld hs rthe nut Lear carrier U5 SNI:nterprise 'ailed tronm the l'hiilppmnes uesday after the tommrnunmsts indicted a major lefteat on South Vittnamiese forces President Ford miet in Washimgton wiih his top national security advisers. -ord's Press Secretary, Ron Nessen. and the Pentagon flatly denied the Naval task forces was heading to, South Vietnam THE PRESIDENT "Is concerned and is watching the situation closely" but will abide by laws passed by Congress 18 months ago barring U.S. military activity over Indochina, Nessen said. Ford met with Secretary ot State Henry A. Kissinger and Deput) National Secutiry Aflairs Adviser Brent Scowcroft Su e sd ay m o r nin g. Fhc Pentagon said the Enterprise and five escort vessels. including the nuclear-powered guided missle cruiser Long Reach, were teaming southwest trom the Philippines and their movement "is not in any connected with anything going on ini Indochina." THE DIRECTION would put the Enterprise on a course toward the Strait or Malacca, the entrance to the Indian Ocean. On a straig ht line from Subic Bay. 50 miles northwest of Manila, to the Strait of Malacci the task force would pass about 350 miles Irom the South Vietnamese coast in the closest point. Apart from ruling out Vietnam, wafers. Reecher refused to say where the shipes were headed. The Navy said the Enterprise had been in Subic B&y since NewYear's Eve and wasscheduled to sail later this week. But Beecher said the sailing date was moved forward "at least a couple of weeks ago" and some crewmen who had been on 'acation leave in the United States were ordered back to Suhic Ray early LDiplomatic sources in Saigon initially reported the task lorce heading toward South Vietnam. but did not specifically give its destination as Vietnamese waters. A U.S. riiiassy spokesman said the report was a fabrication. 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Police sources said it was heading tor Stansted Airport 34 miles northeast ol London in a bid to bluti the gunman into thinking he was flying to France. T h hijacker, described by the pilot as "obviously mentally deranged," had demanded the ransom and a parachute before being flown to Paris, ,THE FRENCH government issued orders barring the plane from its air space and said warplanes will force it down at a military airfield it it flies into French territory. All 4b passengers were released by the hijacker when the plane landed in London. but he held five crew members as hostages. British Airways said the plane took ott shortly after 10:17 p.m. (5:17 p.m. EST), almost eight hours after it had landed with the hijacker, dressed in Arab clothing, clutching a canister to his chest and holding a pistol on at least one of the two stewardesses aboard the plane AIRPORT OFFICIALS 'aid the plane would remain alofi for about one hour, the same duration as a fight to Paris, and was being shadowed by another airliner carrying security men and medical personnel. t gains ground Ii liltiN Liti lis I ,it ( liisleT Iecliiict to iil its sjlcs promitin umI ii ot A prIL' CutI m( the ,,rtltm,.m sens1 Reiinen' WVoikers said a initionvide walkouii 'chcettleI lii iuesdj iiidnidit tould he averted if 0n1y Orle imior oiL Lcimpdam mlide .1 "meaniutl otter. H ut. sad \ I(lospirin. ,rtist'nt of ihhe Oil. Chemical indl \Yn \irkts Union. "As ol nio". the situation looks grie I idust rv Leaders warned that a nat ionw(It O( A W qi ike again" refinerie, would cut product on bs 10 to 41) lier cent and lead to spot gasoline shortages. -f igure rans om While British authorities worked swiftly to lullil] dhe hijacker's demands, the pilot, Capt. Harry Lea, radioed, "He knows lull well we are stalling. He is obviously mecntally deranged but he knows what he wants to do. Tacklics in the lengthy hijacking saga were reported by police sources as being ordered directly by Prnmc Minister H arold Wilson while police and army sharpshooters waited in darkness outside the glare of searchlights bathing the twinengine jet. Peti fall1 Is from high6 wire ST. PETERSBURG (UPI -French aerialist P'hilppa Petit. who astounded New York City by wirewalking between the towers of the World Trade Center. fell 25 feet to the floor of the Baytront Center Tuesday afternoon while practicing ior the opening performance ot the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He was rushed to the emergency room at the Baytront Medical Center where a spokesman said he was undergomng X -rays. There was no immediate word on his condition or the nature ot his injuries but witnesses said he appeared iii ha'c landed on his right side and suffered injuries to either his hip or pelvis. (DINNER YOur Ch~oice W/2 vegetatles .SI 49 Your Choice W/3 Vegetables ..$I 19 PEPPER STEAK tOPPED W/GRA/VY WHITE FISH (Perch) COUNTRY FRIED STEAK CHUCK WAGON STEAK TaPPED W/GRAVY' BEE F T IPS & R IC E MiXED TOGE THER SFRVEx WTH MASHED AFE.R RM FRIES, GREEN SALAD. 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rh. P'dependn* Nlor1d. AI4gotor Wedn*4dy. Jonusry S, 1975, Pag. 3 Allison ByJANET PARK Aiatr Staff Writer James U. Allison, who was recently oltered the post of Ulaffirmative action coordinator, Naid Tuesday he will notify Executive Vice President Harold Harson of his decision to accept or decline the position within two weeks. Allison was recommended for the job by the search and screen committee tot the new coordinator, which advised Hanson, the UF eyes affirmative action attirmatne acthooi chiet ot Its diecIsIon ALLISON declined go commemt turher to the Alligator (on his plans until his decision is sent to Hanson. In an interview on campus Nov b, 1974 Allison said he views the coordinator a' an advocate of change, working elosesly with H anson, who has the power to elect changes. Allison said he dudn't envision controversy over his beimg a statt member whose recommendations go to Hanson SNAPN Ires Umes patrols By JGE MORAN MlligatorStaff Wrier The Student Nighttime Auxilary Patrol ISNAP) resumed operations at miidnight Monday after receiving 58,0W0 .oa the i. Hillis Miller Health Canter. Jim Shuler. University Police Department public information offcer said Tuesday the patrol would be able to operate during winter and spring quarters because of Health center s U pOrt. SNAP IS a crnme-deterrm nt patrol consisting of students in the college work-study program and Other Personnel Services program COPS). Howard King. assistant vice president for, health affairs, said the money to revitalize the program was not state fluids, but came from the academic enrichment fund at the health center, "lt's just an indication of the health center's concern tbr the welfare of the students.' King said. SNAP DID NOT begin operations this year until midway through last quarter. But the group was forced to stop flhntioning Dec. 6 due to ditficuity in obtaining OPS funds. The purpose of the patrol :ording to Shuler, is to deter campus thet', vandalism and assaults. During its limited tall quarter activity, SNAP was responsible to, recovering five stolen bikes, one stolen car, and escorting 107 females safely across campus. SNULER STRESSED the importance of the escort service in precenting assaults on female students crossing campus at night. The patrol was founded after the abduction of a woman behind Jenoings has during hill quarter last year. SNAP patrol members do not have the power of arrest, but are equipped with flashlights and walkietalkie; to call UPD offcers to a scene where they see suspicious activity. WaDLE IT IS the duty of SNAP niembens to report suspicious activity. Shuler denied the patrol would be used to search out drug violations on campus. A patrol member "is not paid specifically to look for drug violations. Shuler said, "but if in the performance of his duties he observes a drug violation and reports it. UPD will use it. "They're not junior narts," he added. THE AFFIRMATIVE ,'ct on ejnordinaior. in cilect. is 'IiiL in .idusors ,oiton. with Hansn ulmatech responsible bor action taken Allison has more than five years experience is abtirmiajive action coordinator at Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) w here he inm plemented agovernmentappr' cd plan paralleling the job requirements at UF. rhe department ot Health Education and Welfare, (HEW) cited UF's major affirmative action problems as having no methods for solving tenure, no grievance procedure and low goals for hiring women. ALLISON handled simlar problems at MIuT, he said during his Novemiber interview', Nothing happened on campus iri respect to equal rights that didn't come through my office." As for hiring the minority and women workers, Allison said "MIT has proved there were enough women amid minorities to fill positions in the world's best science and engineering school." Co m puters r Police are turning to computers in an effort to recover stolen bikes, according to UF Police Department (UPD) Capt. Vernon K. HollIman. Wben a stude,,t reports a stolen bicycle,. UPD freds the serial number, the niake and a short description of it into a computer tied to the Florida Crime information Center computer in Tallahassee. THlE TALLAHASSEE computer is tied in to the National Crime Information Center computer in W ashington liolliman said the tic-in to the national computer enabled them to recover a bicycle last year which had been stolen in Wisconsin post JAMES C. ALLISON .odvocote of change He said he aggressively started moving women up to staff positions fr-om the ranks of executive secretary, adding he was able to move non-whites and women out of traditional roles into supervision over males. "That plan is my life's s-eat and blood and tears, he said. eCOVe r bik es and brought to U F. Hollignan admits that there is very little chance a stolen bicycle will ever be recovered. ACCORDING to UPD Information Officer Jim Shuler, 423 bikes were stolen in 1973 and 109 were recovered. In 1974, 200 of 706 stolen bikes were recovered. Holliman said most bike thieves are under 18 and are amateurs. They frequently ex* change parts from dilTerent bicycles to create entirely new bikes. They can also scratch the old serial number otf a bike and put their own serial number on with a stamper. he said. Siup these fantastic savings on ladies clothes during owr JANUJARY CLE AR ANCE. 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Pg. Aht ndpendent ForIda AJIbgoor W.Jn.doy Januory8 t 975 C ty slices crisis funds B, 111G HATCH Alligator Stad Writer In a t-2 decision the Giamnesvil Ie City Somrn ssion decided Monday to cut oft all cirs funds to the Suicide and Criss Inter ent ton (enter etlect ie Sept. 30. "' he Suicide and C.riss l',ter'entton Set' ce is a health matter and should be funded by the counts." Gaines. ile Cit (omnmissioner Russell W Ramsey. said in making the motion GA lNES I Llt CITY tommn~I sstoner' James (j Rich ardsion d W S I albhot agreed with Hamnsey .tfld Noted for the funding tutoft. M ,isor-eommiss loner Neil But let anrd (,mm issioner Joseph Little 'oted against the p rtlpoSa I [he cit. has prove ided partial lundmig for the ter lot the las tw SLIsl 'cirs taunewulle C t. Manager B harold [-armcr said I h a retenedI SIS.XX) the firsi 'ear and SIOIRN this 'ear I he commission action n.tll force the center to seek another source of tundmng aicordiig to center director Joe Ih gpen 'TH1L COMMISSION action though wasn't as bad a' I lirst though.'" lhtgpen said "We lit-st heard that these were cuttimw I i unds imm nediatelh We expected a funding CUtofi this wear and .'e are ur' Lnt to find Mime other sources of fundmiri" (The possible solution F higeii said. wouldI he (' ask Alac h ua Count% Cornmii SOn I mrgc the crisis center w ith che AMach ua Louniy Inlormiation and Referral Set-ve. I higpen said the merger could be .iccomplished '.uhim a few months. site of B, JO LAURIE PENROSE Alligator Staff Writer St ale Unnersity System Chancellor Robert Maut/ announced '1 ucsday a Florida I echrological University (FTU) complex at (ape Canaveral has been chosen as the site of the Florida Solar rnergs Center. fhe Board of Re gents will he asked to approve the Bresard Cotinry site when it meets Jan 13 In St. Fr tersburg Plans for the solar center must he approved and funded by the legislature. Go, Reuhin Askew, in his inauguration adom ss earlier Tuesday, said existing space acilities in Brevard County would be used for the solar energy research. FfT1. IF and the Untverstty ot Miami each tried to get the center, and two UF admitnstrators were not happy with the decision I'm astounded and very disappointed." UI .m ce president for academic affairs Robert tirsan said. "We have the original solar energy lab here and 'e've done by far the mioq research UF Graduate School Dean Hlary Sier also felt the center should have been placed at solar I-" here's much more competence state."' he said center more expertise here and tar than anx other place in the However, in Mautz's announcement he said the site was chosen because "'it ottered greater potential for national recognition in solar energy research and development due to the enormous resources ot the Cape area THe FT U complex, used tor graduate 'rudies in engineering, consists of 20 acres and four buildings. including an audarorium. library, laboratories and a TV studio Brevard County. under the Federal Comprehensive Employment and Tramig act, has pledged up to S270.O00 in federal distressed area funds for staff positions in the center dIuring the 1975 fiscal year. "UF will be able to continue work in solar energy research." ROR Corporate 5ccretary Hendrix Chandler said. "This s.te, though, will give national visibility to an area outside a university." Chandler added that the board staff decision and that the technical committee .thich studied the bids were unanimous for several reasons. pnososoy gec Ouch You re making those faces for nothing, says Kothy Wetzel as she convinces blood donors it s really not that bad. Of course Uf you can't believe her the Civiton Regional Blood Center, in desperate need for blood, will tell you oil you want to know. Stu dentf govern men t pos itions open [he Student (josernmecnt Senate Inforniation and lnsestigatton Committee is accepting applications for Ih following position' one seat on the aetnity and service tee aidvisory committee one student delegate and one alternate student senate seat New Ga for Guide Gator Guides are now available in the Student Senate office, room 305 in the i. Wayne Ret, Union., All students living oft campus can pick up thier copy from am. to S p.m. A current lee five seats on the distinguished professor chair executive committee. All interested students should appil i n the Student Senate office from 9 am to a p1 Monday though Friday. For further information call Ken Otgarig at 392-166,5 in the Student Senate Office 9s now ava ila ble card must be shown. Students living on campus. in sorOrttt .ind fraternity bousrs, and in married housmi ail have t heit copies delivered to then, Above Prices Are Below List FLORIDA BOOKSTORE 1514 W.Uuiveisity Ave. ArAunFlom Lirv West, FTU

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Iih. lndependent Florida AJmgtr Wednetdoy Jonuary S. 975. Pug.5 Pot plane passengers now correctly identified By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer, Tht two men arrested alter their twinenglni airplane crashed with over haif a ton of marijuana aboard Saturday have now been correctly identified by Alachua County Drug Task Force agents. The correct names of the men are James Louis Rowley, 20, of Chicago. lil., and Sidney Arnold Barrett. 29. of St. Petersburg. ROWLEY PREVIOUSLY identified himself as Dennis James Clonroy. while Barrett had been identified a' Michael I immons. rhe pair had also given false addresses. Barrett was a UF student at one time, but did not graduate. He was rot a student at the time of' the crash, according to a spokesman for the Al achus County Detention Center where the pair are being held under hail of 51l0 0(X BAIL WAS raised iron, $2OSX to $I(E.XX) for each of the men mn order to get positive identification from them, according to Lt. Clint McGraw of the Alachua County thgI ask F-oie I wo 25-gallon cans (P '
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Pog. 6 1,. fndependent Florido Albgoo,. Wednesday Jonuory S Chance Demo r Bi OA~IIDt. SM In ace 111H1 AliIRSOF Staff Writer LI)ournalism professor JenChnema eelce in I allahassee l)r. Wayne Bailey. It r the chairman nship (ham hers running post being vacated by Jon C Moyie. asked tickets Chance in Decemb Baily is chairman Ic join his Cr. Chance of the political science department THE CORNER DRUG STORE 378 1588 Usia.' Hi~tng 75 OLD-TIM ~5ogFF S ~O ~ooo TIL j~ 1O17W,invers _____ EATMOSpfl re one ~~'N 1q15 >,r-s te, ~cVeflrS at Stetson Daytona UnIlivershy Beach. THE NOMINATION in tor, the SI3AXXJ-a-year part-time lob came just as Chance took 'ae the post ol AMachua (o"n", Deiocatic con, miitteewomn elected Sept tillice Dec. 21. ione was IC and took Chance said she decided Friday to run the vice-chairmanship. for Here s what you get HP-59 yourself to solve automiatIcallyv You can program the your repetitive problems Without software a computer language 2. Full Editing Capability. change any program You can Without k nl(wmfg add, delete or step anytime. thaice and Bailey are 1pposcd by the current th-airman. Ann C ramner of Ft I guderdale. and Walter Snith of J acksonville (tamer. a realtor, is running for liht chairmiarship. which (hance~~ eds5) he ckction. land her a germ ofte which vould slightly &,,)ger ihan one 'ear. In the 'pririg ii I~h he ja~ra"n JT1(I the 'ice-chairman ~ ill be 3 Branching and Conditional Test Capability. HPRS5 performs direct branches based on logic or conditional The tests comparisons. I .86-Pre-Programmed FunctIons and Expanded (i(nversi(n )f ft nC t t)ns trg andi stat Opetin capabilities TI-ti nwtnc capability More prc-programmcd than any other pocket 5 20-Addressable N registet anthmnict lenory calCulator Registers. Yat (caIi d10 Bn (he first I() elected to to lornmrr cor brice Kn tght 'Jr 'ear terms. mitIteewnnman said "WE THINK WE have iii{st o thelitle ad midle "We're not over -confident. We tinmk swe have a vet) good Chance said she favors abolishing the IOtS salary 'W e thr bor the S al a sueie ater ti n as a ai salari Iisito. he said. She 'ad she hopes "Aiachua County ,01CC "ALACHUJA ( a traditional to give a stronger fliNTy is democratic counts."Chance said. "Bit it has not been represented 6 Digital Im nicasul-es It) hundredths, first 1) Add 7. HP', efficient Stack. You keystrokes, icr. A iinique feature. otirs, fl lts lets vOLI store tip ressahie Memory R PN logic system call problems one sol~ 5Cc t)fldS A I C X-hour t llB to I 0 splits" v the Registers. with 4-Mlcmurv time and chances tor error. You CutI & HP quality craftsmanship. -Laureates, astronauts, Conquerors of reason Nobel. 500'0X) other professionals own HP calculators C omne test the new pcrtormance $39)5.00 HEWLETT PACKARD HP-55 today. Sec how much can buy We olso stock the HP-35, 45, 65, 70, 80 imllporlant decisions "ere made. READER'S REDRESS D c to a type ettmrg error. t, n mati t act on stor) mn oil occessories. FLORIDA BOOKSTORE 1614 W. University across from L ibra ry Ave. W est) Tuesda s A lhiga to r tortecti' quoted Edna Saffy sideration vIll no gje them, eqtial access I sikauld hase 44 WAa( ~%dq fr/a dent dil lu consideration Read4 4 $35.00 new Scientific at our place. "hen our and 19 irn p o I NMs of isi front 1.04) ) L the Violet House Oen 9-6pm ,15 SE 4th Ave e J77-84s* Beside the Tenneco Slotion on s MainI wav One Everest and buys Hewlett-Packard's Ng and

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1h* independeat Florido AIIlgoftr Wedn.doy Jonucry 8. 1975, Peg.;7 R L E N NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST COLLEGE SERVICE ORGANIZATION WELCOMES NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS WANTS YOU TO BECOME PART OF OUR SERVICE CLUB. RVICE TO THE CAMPUS AND COMIMUN rst Meeting: Thursday Jan. 9th at 6 p.m. J.W. Reitz Union Room 15 Lancaster Youth OUR PROJECTS INCLUDE: Orsey Woudd Sunland Train'n M.S. Bike-c-thai Blood Drives plus o-C ICentsr Trdp to Speakers on the Plaza Environmental Concemu Center House Pointing Save-A-Wie Program Cirdte K Week Conventions and Padles No C new B. DEBBI TEN Alligator hecks pa C y F E RICKSON RI SALT SuTaf Writern tourc cashgcecks more di ificult im Gainesville. Mhan> Gainsvilletaccepting checks. Several m'oreplan to impl'"entanocheck-cashing policy in the LENARD'S, a pizza parlor, does mot plan to accept checks at its new accepting them at te original location mn a frw months. i Five percent of all checks we ,eceive are bad," said Stephen Solomar,. Leonardo's owner. Sandy Stevens. manager ot the Sandwich Thing. said "After receiving approximately 10 bad checks per week, we stopped accepting checks." OFFICIALS AT THE I. Wayne Reitz Union started a check -cashing policy last (luarter which requires the person cashing the check to place his thumbprint on the hack of the check. Union business manager. John W Jurnigan said. "The thumbprint policy began primarily as a deterrent to Si Fi

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Pcg. 8. Th. Independen*FMoridu AMligotor Wednegdoy Janucryfl.,1975 EDITORIAL Chapter 1 19 A Ieshmian stale representative, Barry Richard. is offering the Florida Legislature a chance to prove it meant business when it wrote Chapter 119 into the Florida Statutes. A ho k ntnwn js the public records law. Chapter 119 sounds great on paper, allowing citizen inspedtion ol virtually all government paperwork. But ml piract cc, the public records law is often an empty promise. (fiien snoopers are kept in the (lark by lack of cooperation on the part of government agencies. tack of' knowledge of just what to look bor and where to find it, and lack of time. Richard f)rOpOses strengthening the law by: Giving top priority to court cases involving suits to disclose intormati(,n covered by the law. Requiring agencies ordered by a court to open records for inspection to do so within 48 hours unless otherwise provided by the court or unless an appeals court issues a stay order. Allowing courts to levy attorney s fees against agencies they find unreasonably refused to open records. Guaranteeing attorney's fees for persons who win suits to open records, when the losing agency appeals the decision. The bill would remove two key obstacles to effectiveness for the public records law; endless stalling by agencies and officals on records requests and the prohibitive costs of suing to force disclosure. A former deputy attorney general whose opinions helped broaden the width of the law, Richard is now trying to give it some weight. We hope Sens. Kenneth MacKay and Bob Saudners and Reps Bill Andrews and Sidney Martin give him a hand. In practice. ii not in law, individuals convicted of possessionof marijuana in Florida have more and more in recent years been handed alternatives to jail sentences in the form of drug treatment programs. While we don't agree that anyone caught with a t'ew grams of the stuff automatically has a drug problem and should be treated, we recognize that many judges who don't believe in the crimiinalization of marijuana anyway, readily seize on these treatment programs as an alternative to jail terms for convicted offenders. But now word has come from Tallahassee that the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) is cutting funding for these drug treatment programs by 355.8 million with more cuts on the way. The NIDA is rightfully setting its priority on the treatment of hard drug users. Hut since 75 per cent of Florida's drug arrests involve marijuana users. Anty. Gen. Robert Shevin says the cutback may result in more jail terms for the casual smokers. While it is patently absurd to spend public money on the "'treatment" of the casual marijuana smoker, it is even more absurd to send them to jail. But unless the state can come up with the money on its own, not a likely prospect, that's exactly what is going, to happen. Legalization anyone Back in it's hey day hen Gaimem~ile was laiiiihmin padt for all the dope dispersed to the Eastern Seaboard there as enuh pot passin through iowin ever week Co keep the wholeppulation stoned for days. I bough most ol it tipped right oin through ,nly stopping to he sampled by a few experts. a few pounds always found their way to the students. Then came the publicity ot the Gainesville Marijuana Dealers Association and a couple of multi-ton busts, and the dealers hit the trail icr coastal cities Only a tew months later police and government experts put their expert observations together and figured that someone must be snokimg dope in Gainesville. There camne the narcs that arcnlt here. 'They don't pose as students, won't bust anyone unless they are a big time pusher. and couldn't harmia shouldanyway because they are too busy studying and denying their existence. In ladt one of these self-styled narts came slithering io my room a while back after I had carelessly thrown myv garbage Away In plastic baggies. He seemed like a fairly normal fellow except bor the gray cloak wrapped around his shirt with the glowing buttons. H-e wore a plaid felt hat to smother the beeping sOUflt emitting from the wires in his hair. His major problem though was the m~agiitying glasses that kept getting in the way of his curved pipe. ,'Welcome to the Titantic" I said hoping to make him leel at home. 'Well at least you admit you're sinking," he snapped as he stuffed my parsley. into a hollow book. ''Sinking where?" I asked somewhat surprised by his jabbing reply. Into the pit, the bottomless pit inhabited by needles. scarred arms purple pills, and psychological. or psychadeic posters. ''Oh no!I feel very much afloat.'' I replied. "A person gifted enough to graduate from high school like 5oU should take care ci his brain instead of turning it into a uselss unk facat with an 1.0. stretching io the negative Ihen it hit mei. "Oh you're looking tor the dope smokers. They're down the hall. It's the room with beer pouring out from under the door The Independent Florida Alligator Gi leaia ~ An. Mdlphus Roy McQ.e J Donne Lbano Lynnsoder TONY ARNADE and smoke gushing out the windows. Hell just go on bor there and walk in. Don't bother to knock or the students inside will end up complaining to housing that the door is lull ol tap dancing termites.'' ''Remember to act natural.' I added," and if they give stu any hassle lust say all electronic equipment is a stereo As soon as you mention the word stereo the conversation w i turn to music and you're set.' The non-flare followed my instructions to the hilt irid cleared the dorm im a few days. I wo weeks later while walking across an empty canpus I ran into the non-narc again. Either he had grwwn shorter or his hair had grown at an incredible rate hanging down past his flowered shirt to faded blue jsans. Re wore a removahie nose rimg that could he taken off or put on depending on lie situation and his red eyes penetrated mirror sungiasse'. "Well you seemed to have changed your adt a bit" I d breaking the 'cc. '"Really''" "That's a wild pair ol sunglasses you got there'" "For sure." "Do you still have all those wires in your shoes?'' "Really?"' 'You didn't answer my question." "For sure." 'One thing bor sure, you really did a turnabout.'" '"Really?'' 'You better watch your smoking boy, I hear the id ministration has flares running all around here." *"rir sure.'' "And they are gettin aggressive, they're arresting all students with loud stereo's, and dark glasses. They ce el histed everyone in student government serving Onl 'iri committees.I warned. 'Really?" And now the administration has flares posing as jyrit)rs tO make a clean sweep ol the whole campus. "But sou don't have to worry because according ic lie administration you're not heft.' For sUre."' Iai smit Editor-in-chlif ovid Kl.I"n New, EdItor Trd Wood Monging Editor Oab runul Looot dtr .nemlMroger AmofltGtflmfl Mnognr AdMnsing Monoer I AMve$Isng Coordinator specieI kectons Cocrinor AdvnIng PNoducdon Magpr Mitouiol Product.,, Monag.r hMMw ie.' on.' Layoit Editor by Campo. Commiincaifl." ii' P.O. Box 1326 UoIVertIW station. GcIn.vIm. oddeo th offi. bdhknd 4ha Colep Ifli. 172 Wedt Unimfry Av0nUe Su.M.Oftc. piwn.: 37.M6. Ediodl Depflt,.nt 76.4s8. AdverleIng .d PradutOfl D~n.nu 3*.46' *'THIS.GENTLEMEN, IS THE CULPRIT.0 The non-norc cometh /

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U WVASFIN(,I ON in the backro.,ns ot Waishinuten. s ii p p o r t f o e m b a t ge it t e Sources privy to straey sessions at the IPentagon. ior example, tell tis the brass hats, led by Joint Chiefs of Stafl Chairman George S Brown, are petulantly complaining that UA. military shipments to Israel are dangerously draining some of America's own defense stockpiles. GEN. BROWN .of course, is the same man who created a stir a few weeks dgo when he publicly deplored the strength ol the Jewish lobby mn the initedi States. Even Secretary ol State Henry Kissinger. in private conversations, has become increasingly critical of Israel., He had blamed the Israels,. fbr instance, for touching oft the recent war jitters. He explained at a secret White House meeting lsrae politicians began nmakng strong statements to wii1 votes. "As the Israeli politicians go on TV with tough statements,' said Kissinger. according to the confidential minutes. "the Support of Israel slow loutghcr too the wrld 't th L ception of the Umnted t at's was litnm up ag.imst Isreal I-e is part icu Ir' w orricti a bout the Mccditerraneanr area he hi ecks havemidicated ta t the Unted States won't permitted 0o IISr its lbase in Greece t' supply Isreal it ad o a rsun pson of the Kissinger is also fearful that the I urks. w ho hIv ic religious lie' to the Arab world, may har Israeli to the Arab side his coukd be The Independent ~1 Florida Alligator Doug Dwal Ron Cunnmnghonm flolnmen* Editor A.OCIO'. Edit, Georg. IKoclhonif Jr Phosc Editt &flg F-orrr Mmndi (arnn aalsMin Ait. NewsEditor C n M ngT110 jtMwg 110 RWP ID M~l LW ME 1I10D tOVM I VNr 't S9f ltOL im BIRWS MintR Ii Ente a

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Survey records student opinion 61%b liv GAIfl BALAN(JI4 Allgalor Staff WIter Mure 'iam (} per cent of Lstudent. surseyed prt'tei the 'rt'sent quiiart Cr xst n m oet the pro posedI sem eq er xyst em F he margin ol error of the 'Lur'c; was per cent IibUS. it an h~e icti'raitelv said between 55 and 67 per cent of the st i~fcnt body is in favor of keeping the current syst em IN AN EFFORT to find out directly what the students ti' or I he Alligator conducted a ;phone stiney of 464 students at ItE the survey was (ondIucted by taking the registrar's list ci I' -students, si arting with the 30th n amie on the list. andl Iniern ewing ever) N0th person Ehis is a common method of nmaking a large survey Five All gator stall writers were each given approximately -M names and phone numbers. For "0o weeks last quarter, Pit McDonough, Gloria Akel. Hlank lEder. Domnna Brugman .id (Gars Halanoti phoned these 464 students and asked the following questions: *l Arc you a UP student"' .2. What is your classification'' .3. How long have you attended UP? .4 Have you ever attended a school which was on the seniester system? .5. LDo you prefer the quarter system, or would ycu prefer a change to the sernester system? IF THE PERSON for some reason was not a UP student. it was agreed beforehand not to record the results, to maintain strictly a student survey. [he survey revealed a great diversity in types of students. All classifications, schools, and many different opinions were represented. It was also agreed to only call each student a maximum of toitr times, the initial cl and then three callbacks if the student did not answer or the line was busy. THilS EFFORT was made so the survey would not discriminate against those who are out of their rooms frequently. As a result, out of the 464 students called, there were 241 I sone 'Ni sesen NiUdeiit' suE thex 'ilted a thiiicc Ho he 'omesic!iun m 4,iclcriad stiaii cut thjuarter m'tiflm2 Nsaith dl.' idni t strcor had ii. prleiriLCm n t%.O ;)L'stiNs si lher tidnt want t' .tnswC the sure' queicsii Of those swlho stated a prei elc )ti w or aniitther. o) per cent want 1o keep Lin the quarter 'silie ,ii 1H per centl aoor'& thtnging i1) st'met'ters THERE WERE 4% manN reasonls for student' 'intmtg tO kLep the quarter ssstcnm as there werestu~dents contacted "It's easier on the quarter svnim "1Deb0i a Lipmchiilt,. I ( said.' "Ihere's mlure to study for on the semester" "'Ihe semester system~ drags nut, and if xou ha'e a had teacher. SOU'restutck with him" Debra toper. 4A S.said MELISSA MILEY, lAS. said she preferred the quarter 'ssten because 'I provide' 'more knowledge in less fmeu William M artmn. 3DN, 'aid he preferred the quarter unix because there arc no finals utter C bristmas I here were also somne people who were not 'lire. ut cast hesitating votes icr one system~ or the other. "THERE ARE assets and tdraw.backs to both, but the quarter is tine with me." Richard McCAll. 3EG. said Charles Strickland, 4AS. said he favored the quarter system wholeheartedlyty'" because ''it gives you more ireedoni" Richard Cardwell, 5EG. had a solution which aould be a compromise between the two systems He said he favored switching to the trimiesler FOR ALL THlE people who favored the quarter. a smaller. hut no less adamant group. favored the switch to the semester. "I can't stand registering three times a year," Richard Stewart, 2UC, said. "'I think they should change it,' he said. referring to the current quarter system. Jainme Mmnin, 3EG, said he likes the semester because it's not so "cramped.' Marina McClane. IUC. agreed with Minni, In the semester system, she said there is "more time to learn what you're pursuing."' Thomas Ott. 4BA. said too much was cramped into the present quarter system. He said all tests tend to come at the same time. A t issue: A return to semesters /From page one) sytmnow us effect should be the shone.s .1 the quart. and many student. dislke ofthe way the quarter system wa. bee g "A lot of .tudent. feel'. quarter Is Lao shord," Dr. Gene Hemsp, (iF lnserim assIstant 'lee president of acadei .ff.I,. said."If they get sick they doi't is,. enough time to caldi sp," Hemp said. "On a .eniater system thqy'd have Sore Shue." About swath iltr, The Alligator started pla. for an extensive survey Intent on finding what .tudemts thought ahout dhe quarter .ystam-. Hene are the result, of that survey. By GARY BALANOFF Allitator Staff Writer Administrators expressed surprise Tuesday when told ol the results ci The Alligator survey. Dr Robert 0. Marston. UP president, said the big reason for a twu-to-one majority of people favoring the quartet 'system w.as the lack of a date semester final exams would be held. HE SAID IF the exams were held before Christmas the results would have probably been different. "I really don't know what's likely to occur.' Marstorn said. .his is not something that the University will decide." he added, indicating the ultimate decision would be made on the state level from State Education Commissioner Ralph [urlington's office. THE RESULTS compiled over the Christmas break show 61 per cent of the students responding to the survey favor the quarter system the way it stands. [wenly-scven per cent indicated preference for a change to the semester system (which would include longer grading periods), and 10 per cent had no preference. Trurhngton 'as not available for reaction to the Alligator sun eN. "I am somewhat surprised (at the results) because ovar the last couple of years most of the people we've talked to. ineluding students and faculty, have expressed preference for the semester system." Dr. Roger Nichols. deputy con. missioner for educational rmanagenient. said T iesdas. HE SAID THE survey probably showed the people the commissioners office had been talking to w.ere the ones who wee nterested tin makimg a change icos said te offie is going to continue to evaluate the merit of both systems. [his is not a closed issue.! Nichols 'aid. HE ADDEDeven it the semester plan is adopted, it would probably take until the fall of 1976 to implmnti "Implementing it takes a long time. 'Nichols sad. Dr. Robert Mautz. St ate Universit S stmcanlo. said there would be only one factor which could tip schaes. to favor the semester system.pescls Tuesday. haveae no interest in chang efor cange's tsake' HE SAID there is a great deal of sentiment for making the SUS calendar synchronous with community colleges and public schools throughout the state. Mautz said this was desirable because of students from community colleges on the semester system transferring to state universities. "Those calendars range all over the lot.'' Mautz said. "IF I WERE a faculty member, I'd prefer the mdifie semester." he said.m e Asked how he felt personally, Mautz said, "I must confes I have no interest in change.'' Regarding the survey. Mautz said. "My reaction is that that's info which must he taken into consideration by the commissioner (of education) and by us." Hemp, reconsidering his earlier estimate thatstdn opinion was in favor of the semester system, 'aid the limited numbr cipeople he talked to may not have been representative of the student body as a whole. HE QUALIFIED the results by commenting "I think you'll mid this (the result) 'aries with the college."" Hemp also offered an explanation for the survey results. 'Most of the people have never studied at a college under any'thing but the quarter system." he said. HEMP SAID an advantage of the semester would be "the reduction in time spent and resources spent on registrations and drop-and-adds." Hemp said sometime later this month, or in early Februry a position paper 'ould be issued jointly by the commission of education and Mautz setting forth recommendatios onr "hether to use the quarter system or make the chag to the semester. ag ote He said indications lead him to believe the pervod recomimenid the thanite to the semester pprwud favor quarters By STUART EMMRtICH ADD tr Staff Writer [he possiblity of UF returning to a semester received favorable reactions from a clear majoity professors sampled in a random telephone survey Alligator. system ol Iii b's [he Professors from almost all UP colleges. particular these who had worked under both the quarter and semester sstemii in the past. said they would prefer going back to the semecsier Propotnetts of the semester system said they favored it because it gave the student and teach more time to go "er miatet'al and it allowed the student more "thinking ime Chemistry professor Dr. Paul Tarrant. who eXpIumed'( he was at UP when it was on the semester system. said the sdhotl should never have gone to quarters. "he student had a longer time to meditate andt think about the material being presented to him. You can't do good 1ob in organic chemistry in ten weeks, the student ieed' more time to think," Tarrant explained. DR. FRANK Maturo, professor of biological sciences. akti agred tthat the seniester system was more beneficial for the Alligator a special report I am a hearty supporter of the semester system. It ginC the student more time to digest the subject matter The quarter system is just too shott" Maturo said. Dr. Gary Shannon. associate professor of gegraphy, pointed out coursestaught under the quarter system go tot' fast. "THE QUARTER system doesn't give enough timei to get into the material. You and up trying to cover a semesters "ork in a quarter, and no one benefits from that," he said Dr. Frank May, a chemical engineering professor, said he favored a semester system, "as long asthe first semester ended before Christmas." Math professor Dr. Robert Kailman said he favored a semester systrn, because thequmrner system "compels you to give more tests than are optimal." ALThOUGH many of the professors surveyed said thCy r -at I

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Th. Fnd-pendent Honida Ailigoto, Wedn.doy Jonoory 8. 19y5. Former UF graduate develops new fs fvor change Dr Gale Nevill, professor of engineering sciences, said he preferred working under the semester system, but he added ihe prospect of change didn't appeal to him ThS TOO a wtimeconsumingp an eergy-consung t ihinge sounds very appealing.' he explained. Xtounitig professor Dr IDelmas Ray was another who 'ad he had mixedd felhgs"' about changing to a seniester Slrncfh rom a educational poinu ol view. I have alw ays ouredi he semester. From a selfish angle. I don't know uhata changing semesters) would do to the salary struclure he explained. POLITICAl. science professor Dr. William Munselle was the only one surveyed who said he was completely in favor ol he quarter system. "I would definitely prefer to stay on the quarter system." Muinselle said Ift we go to the semester system. we would have wo teach more courses at the same time. Under the quarter system,. there are less courses that have to be taught at the same time. and wider range of courses are asailable to teach in the long run 'THERE IS greater variability under the quarter system." uid Miinselle. adding he taught under both quartets and semesters. Dr Walter Herbert. and English professor said it was "a milsiake'' to, UF to ever leave the semester system. but added he would not be in favor of going back because of the "chaos' that would result. "Although there was no good reason to change from the Semester system, I think it is highly questionable to shae up the Umlveryity again to change back." "I LOOK with honer at changing away from the quarter "Stem. '( would just be mass confusion,' Herbert argued. Several of the professors surveyed said they were not sure if they would recommend changing to semesters, because they Sab good and had points in both systems. Journalism professor Jo Anne Smith said she has "been through all of them (semesters and quarters) and I Set disadvantages and advantages to each." "There is greater selectivity under quarters, but skill courses. such as journalism, work better under the semester 5estem It really depends en the nature of the course material." Although many of those surveyed said they were concerned about the lengthy transition period UF would have to go through if it went to semesters, almost all said the semester System Worksd best for the teacher and the student. ship construction B, JEFF CARIJENAS Alligator Staff Writer A rore UI I-.'graii tire grad iiate h as developed a new c 'aetlhod ol 'hip gontriactinn which he believes will be a Iantn~iark im shipbuilhng. I Pi Striuniskis, 4(, whio sass he designed the ship as an hit 0$ ptriotism, believes has n'entin could resolutaoniw th Aruericain sha1p antisurv seidaing it ar in trnt of the unia arit 'ime IeeE THE PATENTED 11mfl2nt tn Itattires a radical htal design anti I niw cricept an ship prop~ulsior that Struniskis says w iI iccreist hiel consumption indl create a hull lrath hr entering shallirwer loris. .intl a 'tabiili/er that will give (he 'hap a sniotother ridec ( eetiinal 'hips are built wsidv mi (ie middle and taper ott towa-i lie boss indl 'tern. lhis, Sarunikas ss, creates tiirhilencc indl sacuumi etect that LOniSUmie amort than 54) per cent ii the si p's horse power China week starts Monday I he Arts and Si ence Sludent Council as desagnatig Jan I3 through ian 17 a' "China week.' Chises ate exhibits. speakers and films tin China will highlight China Week, said F. Vick, Ellis. chairwonican ol the Arts arid Science Student Council's speakers bureau. TWO CHINESE art exhibits are currently on display an the Florida State Museum and an Granter Gallery. Ellis said. A third exhibit of Chinese peasant art work wall be on display Monday in the]. Wayne Reti, Union. 2nd floor. Four speakers will be teatured during China Week. Frank Pestana. one ot the national coordinators ot the U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association (USUFFA) will speak about the assneaflion Monday in the Union auditorium A film. entiled "China" ill also be shown. The program starts at PESTANA Swul also speak on Chinese imnigrataon laws I uesdav at 4 p ni mn room 361 ol the union later that esenang dl 7 34) p.m. Pestana will speak on "Law in China' in the law school auditorium. (hi I hursday Margret Megill, a member of the USCP'FA from allahassee w all speak on Health Care an China. A jibm, *.A swas with All Pests" will also he show. I he prograni starts at 7 p m, in the medical science auditorium. On 1-riday maghi Becky Hamilton. a member ol the UJSCPFA from Atlantaa, wall speak on "Women in Cina' at 7 30 p.m. in room G186 at McCarty Auditorium China Week is part of a program by the Arts and Science Student Council to highlight one foreign country each quarter. Flits said. SwaGm on l e tu res meditaion Sw-ama Muktananda, an Indian guru, will lecture on "Meditation and Expansion of Consciousness" at the J. Wayne Reiti Union ballroom Jan. l3 at 7:30 p.m. A 52 donation will be requested at the door. In addtiot, to his lecture, Muktananda will hold a series of "meditation intensives" Tuesday through Friday from S am. until noon. and on Monday through Thursday from 6 p. until l0 pnm. The sessions will cos t $35 per person. Muktananda will also hold daily programs of meditation from Monday night to Friday morning. The sessions are Ironm 6 a.m until 9:30 am. and from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. '[he meditation intensaves will be held at Gull Beck's home on 505 N E 5th A ve. Beck as one of Muktananda's followers. Recycling opeat unit at to mall Reynolds Metais Co. will operate a mobile aluminum recycling unit at the Gainesville Mall every Moaday Mid Thursday. The unit will purchase all-aluminim cans and household aluminum scrap trom the public between 10 am, and noon on Mondays and Thursdays. Reynolds will pay IS cents per pound for the alumnunm. method [He 'ott has intention re'erstt, this effect by use Hl tiur Irontal opemings that displace the watcr through the ship andI ou he 'tern. THE IIESIGN is presently under study at the Li.5 Nasal Acadefli and St aumsk as has received feedback on has in, Clntin romi se' eraI ttorcign niiat ions Whit us lacking. however. is Soic type iii prototype o aiitliel swith which to print the ictujal leasihility ol the prclwct I his was the major criticism ol Eaiginecrmng Associate lkar Mirtwm S mit/ and Dr. Robert eitherr. chairman it the Mechaniotl INgineermng Department, during an appiul is Siritmxskas for UI< aid 4and interest an the pru,)tet SMUTZ. SAIl) that lie would study dhe appeal arid 'haude ai li alci date iwhcther the (II budget Ciii SilppOlt 1hw tIcselopmnenit 0$ the prolect St riimskis hecanme interested ii ship design wher be wiikiaig (in ,1 hoat traiisporting bdni.iias in (caitral Amecili I avelaug iin lbaniua sli1s I noticed that ever n aiec eintcredl ough water the bananas in the hold should hectmi briosedI iteiled then that there miii be ;a w as todelp il iuonill eonnmit resolves ,around< the shipping imiustI a ndIl we ciii ship; cheaper .aidt laster than other ouunitaua it SitLies ,r our nat ion I his is ian cotitribut State he I leaders studygowt By JO LAURIE PENROSE Alligator StaT W Riter State Sen Htobert (' ah ,Iwii ssl he amongg the Icii ait speakers .at the thrid annual Iin iada Growth (onereice m i hlin sthe J. Wayne Reti/, Piion Hallroonm I-i'idas and I he ( tiereriie, enlitled "I lorida's (,rowth. Wheic Ai We amd Where Arc We ( oing'" sal brimi othci qtati leaders. amiltuhlng lIa I 'Ai .reaux.,tlreet.,r Lit Iram sporiatioi planiinmg ao ir I lunra. department atif t sportiimi a.id Joseph I iriselli president ol lhe I loridi GRAIIAM Will tliaii .i sssioni toi I ridta) oii I 1iii Nil lprtsena growth managtemaent pohu.es it i urpose ii the iorileren.e is to assess the anmptct eI state growth leislition mnd recent changes an the naaionarl jant mt ernationily economic and energy pact tre in loridli I he tonierene, sponsored by the Urban Regional Development Center and the UIf Divison of Contumg Education. will also act a .a forum for leaders to air their stews on the changMes in Florida as a result of growth. FRIDAY MORNING'S session will open at 9:30 .und as
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Th. independent F-lorid. Amtgbor. Wednnsdcy Jonur 1, 19)5 Pos tponement of funds halts drug program By ROBIN WILLIAMS Alligator St.IT Writer implementation ot a new comprehensive trug program for Alachtta County is being delayed by a postponement of anticipated laderal funding. according to Dr Richard Mcee, director ot the program. Don Walsh. an administrator with the Srtrt Drug Abuse Program in [ allahassee. saud the lederal government is $4 million m'erextended on drug programs and that this is causing the delay HE SAID lunds for the county's program Re "dependent on the federal budget' and added, "I think it looks pretty bleak."' the Alachua County Comprehensive Drug Program supervises treatment programs and research related to drug use. This includes "halfway house," for alcoholics. such as the Rridige House. I he AlI achua t'ounty drug program is expecting to receive a National Institute of lDrug A rsuse (NIDA) Grant which would total Si .224.4X over three years THEY HAVE also applied for a yearly graat of 14b.735 from the Law Enforcement Administration Agency (LEAA). The grants would be awarded to the board of county commissioners. The LEAA grant. McGee explained, is being held up because "our local region is short of motley this year because the regional boundaries changed." "MANY programs in south Florida which are not operating at full capacity are getting money as if they were at full capacity. So. the government is cutting down on treatment shots in Florida and sending the money to 'ther state,', I qualify tor tht N IDA grant. t hr LOLunt\
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Pag. 14Th. Independentflorda Afllgotor. Wednesday January 8. 1975 TRAVEL PROGRAM The J. Wayne hiti Unton announce. the opening of its new Trovel lnformaoton C.nmr as of Jonuory 13. 1973. Available service. ore planned to Include charter flighns to Eturop. issuanc, of intemownol Student Identflhcofion Cord. and brochures ond nforrnaotoo bout countries all over the world. Thorn. person. wishing 90 purchase an intemnotlonol Student ldcntIfico.Ion Cord will be required 90 hove a small ( I by 1%'4inch) block ond white photograph of Mhm.Ives, $2.00 and proof of full-Nim. student *nroltmentotogunlorcollegeorunverslty. The., cord. will b. imoued orn fh. premirnet. d.Iol, or wach the Unon osini, A ligtorfo oe CONER SIHEDUE jausy .Faculty Recital Series -Sdh Program, flORIDA WOCOWIND QUINTET -Reiti Union Ballroom, 6.15 p.m. 2s UNIVERSITY RENAISSANCE EN. SIMULE, John S. Kin. Director -ReM.r Union Ballroom., 8-15 pm. Fkbasry Faculty Recital MS.,. -Smere., Piogrom, JlHN 5. MllS, Bassoon -Rix Union Ballroom. 6:15 p.m. 60 UNIEUSf1Y CONCErTBAND, Gary LongfoMd, Conductor 3.41. Union BlIoom, 8'15 p.m. Mesdi 1I UNIVU5flY CR. Joh0 Glgsby. Director --left. Unti. Ballroom, 8:15 pi. A c. "4.'"-el -'-elf -c-D-'--sCe--. Is-""es -"S* M -d -b --a-n CREA TIVE COOKER Y WORKSHOPS Thi s '':orti ;'oua'-o.w bei." y", m ". "'d an will-c~,.vel-y e.i. rign ,ft.-ew nonorn e., .0uik. n cif,.n e aed, b.i.d.n .in.s c.aeng de .,.dt cl. vo.u i..qv.d-.llmn .n-d hre .day.ugh Weay 4.d wet*wusc i -hed -l .en e s,be.su -osw. -eiqn eryi ,wee|||; Nines S--e.t Pmarnteeef a in pby e kg e tsdkry I ~. SPONSORED BY THE REITZ UNION AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT Michoel Lorimer Sun. Jon. 26 Minoru Nojima S un. Feb. 9 "Cinderella" Sat. Feb. 15 "'The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail' Sat. Feb. 15 GRECIAN FEAST FEBRUARY 25 6:30 p.m. -m.u. I FL EA MARKET 814:00 p.m.SPEIAcDINE THEATRE PROGRAM "The Apple Tree" FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 NON-CREDIT COURSES (S Registration for oil workshops mnd lessons will tok, ploce in Room 330, irom 900oa m to4O0 p m ,Jonuory 6 Through January lb. Student., faculty and staff members and their spouses will hove priority for lemson .nrollment from January 6 through Jonuory 10. Only ofter this time will registmolion be open to other person. Due to price ond reglstrotlon differentIals it will be necessary that each person come to register with appropriate identlflcotlon.Enfllment for indivdiol clog., is limited and, therefore, an o flstcoms. firn'servd bosh. Persons may only reglatifrfor Ioenselves. Because egistrotlon for oil workshops mnd lessons is limited, w. must consider your decishn to enroll fina by 4:00 p.m. th, working day preceding Ifh lilt scheduled class. Refunds will be mode only under these circumstoncet. -ASUOL.O~y (MVS.SING SANJO Thus-J.2-----(Bgin~ 7:3-:U P.M. Tue. Jet.21 -Mar INSIWUCTOt: 7:209 10P.M. DlW.dJ* Ml. INUUUCTOt: $S0tOO5udna Ta. Monnaey I4lN In-Stjdeots I $lOSO5tudlette IWd. 2Mw. 5 INSIIUCTOR: Adrien hdEvel $1000 Studets I&,OONa.-Stwdenal 7 09 30P.M. INSUCTOS: ^M---Nvl $I0.U0Studenhs ILOon-Stuen6, C EEOIUNINGCH.IS Tec.trcASagy Tues.Jet. 21--Me. A 7:30-9:20P.M. INSI Wc--'eS $I0.Uweiu.s I&.ONnwstdest IL. Noa-Studeot. RVESUIMG BAJO ThueJn23-Mr6 7:309:30 P.M. INSUUCIOR: Gdll ilespie 1 0.0 Stoat I, --7 --7 Wed. J. 22F.&. 25 7 10-9 3P.M. fee h-yldeis I a. J-. anE esd ua. a JISUP.M. -~Mat. J--t --Met 7d-,.opa mNilUCus: ,.,,22. I C MASSAIEt Wed. Jan.2CM. INSUC1TR: $10.00 Sivdents SILOSNos-Studens C MIME: Wed. Jan. 22Ner. C INSUUCOI: Ian Use $m$100 t.su $IMON-desn PAN1N a *I0.wde.a $ILU NeSIdeets -7 --7 -7 Tlhee. Jet. 2)Mm. S 7:3.9.ap.s .ma SitWSibdeilSa $1AN~(mwnic Th24. Met.4 n.,s,.m. *G AMES AREA 0 U""."''''"te """'''6 S CAMPUS TOURNAMENT L U", Nee44eah 9 58*N.4Ewdn) JANUARY 20 .-";',"7"." C eOma.n GO~eUlS *OPEN ro STUDENTS '-."hTh"h"-L'" *Ifmea. an l:8.p. .r MNn$ei M. 4.h. SEvents are 14.1 (Straight), flea 4.C. Snooker, Bumper Pool, nuimsC'am, 6 e-pla S3Cushion, Table Tennis, *Iunaa(pneqle) Bridge, Chess, Air Hockey *~ dEMaMlN *Bowling and Foosball. miume l" a.,n 05 -" ., "fl IA

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S"n Jan. 20Mer. S 7:20-9:30 P.M. INSIUCTOC: lads JM'.s -YOGA Tues. Jkm. II-Mw' I0:OO A.M. -NCG, INIWUCTOI: I.Md b&ne $l0flud.*) -YOGA I Twoet 21-Mar4 2t10-JSP.M. -1" YOGA 1 Wd.Js22-M.So 2u3--tIOP.m. Scadst Johnaon I, N. Suds. TheJnf-MarB 10.00A.M.Neen I -SRCO: Enscle JLane. $10,0 bud. J 1.00 Na.-4iud.S.t yOGg I Thur. Jo. 23 -Mor 6 7:3-9:BP. INSUICflS: Randall bEG. $Ift00heudmia lI&Ole.udnas YOGA"11 Vue Jo 21-Mart 5 00--700 P.M. I NIUUC TOR YOGA MUITAIIONU ru. Jan.21 -Mvt 7:39:30P.M INSIII 1100 NeSust The Student typewriters, SLOST WAX CASTiNG Thur. Jon. 16-Mo, 7:30. 9:S0 p mn INSRTroe Hop. Whit. 10.0 Stvdents 24 00 NOnt-Student. C C a r C C -4' Sri -U) C oinNs WINE ltdSlUC1lO: lftO0a.da. 1%. raw,. Will KS me Ahwmd T. *.pe. C C C MAC RAME Mon. Fa4. IC -Mar. I 7:20~9:30 P.M. ITRUCTOu, Soe-Melt W.Od St.0b Siudeui, 1.00 Men-S9,dent. DRAWING: Thu'. Jan. Ib-Mcr.6 1:30---4G0P.M. INlShUCTOR: Hap. WhIte ILK0 Ilud.n.?, 20.00 Pbn-ltsddnug. S GIOWYCUE OWN (WGM4NIC GAMDIING) Thur. Jon,2U-Mrch6 7:209:30p.m. INIWUCTOt: SI. Pollock $10,00 Studentt SI LOG MOnStudenfih Activities C calCulators, :enter has duplicating and poster service and xeroxiflg to stucteftsa faelhes~.1*ie Iocated at 300 JWRU NE Jar. 15 Jar, 22 -di -U) -J CO#ISIIICIION JEWBEy Tue.Jes. 4--Mer.t 7:20 -9:30 PM. INSIWUCTOR: kind. Derby IL.00 tudents 2400PMo.,.Sldent. ENAMqRJNG we. Jon. I5 -Mar 5 9:00-11:00 AM. rnsuucTo.: Emniy. Palm., 11.00 Sludents 2400 Non.Studen,, Fob. S F.1. 12 Feb. I9 Fb.'.6 ~w Paths For I WEDl. 7:30 -9:30 P.M. Lounge. 121 3225 Undernonding Your Sexual 5.11 Gus Newmon, M 0, Psychiotrast Louro Newman, M Ed., Mornog. Loun.tor I DrcaGrwth Through Gestalt Fotoey and Bob Witchel. EdOD, Gestalt Therapist How to T.11 Somjeon. Who? You Reolly Moon Shoe Grohom Kosc, Ph.D., Clknicol Psychologist David Ponken, Counseling Inteum Colhy Owen M S.W. Clinical Social Work.r, Developing and Enjoying Your Own Cteve Hitymo.MP hooyItr Crtvi wmn M ,PyhoyItm Enriching Your Love RelatIonshIp Ann 0. Lynch, EdD, Counseling PsychologI St Tin, Rus.lI, EA.S .Merrlog. Counselor Swerwotvpe. ond Communlcollon Jim Corter, M S.W., Clinicol SocloIWorker Confrontotlorn wit, Deoth and Rebirih Grohovn Kosch. Ph.D. Clinical PwrchokocisO di U) Wed. Jan 15-Mar.S 7:309:20P.M. INSTtUCTOI: Ja"e Pay"" $URWY OFCRAFTS Thu's. an. 16--Mor.6 kind. 0.ny $IIU0Sludeobs 2400 Non-$tudeflas HANDNUIWINGO Thus an. I6--Mcr 6 1:30-t:30pr.m. INsmiCltO: CIrty St.41ng 20.00 Student. 5.00 No-.StUdntft, ~2 -U) Th. Independ.tHrIdMAISSeOr W.dn.dwy .*nu* 1975, 93 MOVIES ADVANCE SALE OF MOVIE TICKETS Th. Reit. Union .l.s odvonc. tickols to II. mcvi. on Frdoy oftmoons from 12:30 p.m.4:30 p.m. at ib. Union Box Wlie (Sacond Floor, J. Woyn. 3.1ff Union). At .och Frdcy Pr.aI. toliowing Thursday .veing. In add~tion, the Box Office op.'. on.-liolf hour befor.Goch show (providing the show ho. not bnen .old out during lh. odvonc* .ol.). At lb.,. tim., fick.?. may ba bought only for Ih. show that I, about to run. No .4,esc. NiCkesey h. puidhesSd any .4,.v Jim. lh. Inquire. regarding Film, may be directed to lh. Progrorm Office (392-1655), Monday trough Friday, 8:03 c~m.5:00 p.m. or. heInformotlon Deulk (392-1649) which is open days ornd eveings. AMI movie. InSerl. 0n. wvill be in *h. Second Floor Aaditorlum, J. Wayne Rflt Union. Se.e Two will be in 0h. Medical Sclenc. Building Aid l I rn. 1 V. WINTER QUARTER FILMS SElfB 1 2. Wayne Relkz Union Ajidltorum Jan. Jon. Jon. Jon. Jo,. Jon. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jon. Feb. Feb. Feb,. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Fb. Feb. Feb. 108 I i 175A18 241A25 .IB Feb. 1 71A8 13 15 218A22 Feb.' 27, 281A March Murch 2 March 5 March &, 17 S March 9 DELIVERANCE CHILDREN OF PARADISE THE WHITE SHEIK THE PAPER CHASE A MAN ESCAPED CITY LIGHTS NIGHTS OF CABIRIA THE WAY WE WERE ANTONIO DAS MaRTES FAT CITY YOUNG TOPLESS THE KID and .THE IDI.E C LA DCLCE VITA THE LAST DETAIL HOUR OF THE WOLF THE EMIGRANTS LAWRENCE OF ARABIA ALPHAV1 LIE LI MEIG H T AMERICAN GRAFFITI MEMOR IES OF UNDER DEVELOPMENT SERPICO THRGNE OF BLOOD SATYRICON LAST TANGO IN PARIS 11E SPIDER'S STRAIEGE LASS M s-ni1 Medical cinces Building AudlodrUm Jon. 13 Jon. 20 Jon. 27 Feb 3 Feb. 24 March 3 March 10 THE SEVENTh SEAL MEDE ftEPU LSI ON I MA GES STATE OF SIEGE 0ad'T -LOOK NOW JULIET OF THE SPIRITS lURNI ThE HIRELING ----C P., hnfllsng In Cc. C.,e.nd With Alcohelic hea a0 v. Of Ag.

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9.Pbe.I %. lndeplnd.t Rodd. AItober, Wedlneadey, Jouary S. [WI FOR SALE Mt',.,, nid Sorrigs IS ord I IC nlv, bildingita i ted $5 occot~onol chair. $5 and 510 E .ctric Soseboard Heater. Coll 475 2064 ao 5' 53 pdbi Vaq, opol Thy $360 opol ,65rro ,ircor $200 rm ,m 378 4326 ask i0' eli roboth E' S 8 81 1 P.M. FOR SALE topch re 392 1951 (AST1 54 I S EVENING H E FRIDAY JA N. 10 $4.50 ad v. Stereo Arapuifier 1l0 watts good cop' AiionCoil Kle 373 7775Prico$65 (loj 53_p)-____-_---_____ sea Bolorny Ill ord Zoology 201 Oedtt rid 'ob nanuols 110 coch sot roll 373 2904 A 2T 5 P1 __ 73 VAMAHA 20 350 Runs groat now ie. $725 roll 372 2818 or 377 4434 IA ----._.__ ----___ _ OUEEN Si2E WATERBED with iron'., pod and Ihner 140 'Or 373 379) A 21-54 P1 speed becyc Ic gins also single bed echkfor $3 coil 372 1863 osk for con,'. or 378 3227 o~k for eOn 0o 31 SS,) !railor orrendondo villogSt bedoomnI bohar& otcl ela"'n 373 76(4-54 Custer, cent., console boot otcollent Ohoce timlo, io Cant 245(4 or olter, rust nill 3fl-Al94 after S (o-4t SS-p)( boys 0 speed good condition coil 373 5884 for more information (o-3t S5-p) ant plMte 7:g" EX CITING ADVENTURES A -T.bt-oo oi r eifl iv.tS' $ 6 St. *C~ 6:11 ,. Is C a C Cle C .CC ONE NIGHT ONLY Tickets Available At: Rebel Discount Young American Shops, & Great Southern Box Office IES "Here is Lenny in a devastating recapitulation of his New York obscenity trial. burttinlg with an indignation that remains freshly irreverent and blaCkly funny." -VmOCCIt Canby. Nfl York Tlmflt 'An absolutely priceless document. It shows Bruce involved in the most brilliant analysis of the American society and its legal system Sever expect to hear. It is hysterically funny. LENIIY BRUCE PERPORMAnC& 7:30, 9-0 PU This is the only fibs ever made of a complete Dighteluab performance of this celebrated ,Aeriesn gilut, Bruce called it 'mqybe 04 if the best-thflg-s've ever done." acorn m 1:d5PM Iw lb amiiieJ uSes rn-u 31~ FOR RENT 7 mrobil. home apr cond corpel club hose &pool n Aon-odt roodpod ofree lot renito to pet. coll 373 2831 student owned 150 no (B-5t 5S-P) Need iomle roonmnate for one bedooM let ordens op $750 + utitiros, MO0 deposit Call Melody 3736966 *vorvrgs (B-ST-SA-P) LI2S lii ItS PX EncrSUNDAYS 1:15. LSr r .'; I'n 2 I FOR SALE -+4 *e r1:as Grea~ t FOR SALE VAoires and Spingi $5 end $10 t(w larding r'etoi bed $5 occos~onl choir 55 arnd $'0 eioeip baseboard heorirs iC0 0m-l 475 XI6A ao S 55 ea 1974 Honda M13S0 now engine, like new tRW heiro occssorq*5 save $3-$950 cull evening Jim students 373 7147 (0 Sr 55 p) CGibson Super I tHor Sos amnp COST $500 new asking 1350 koihy 373 3734 (a at '973 12 60 redmror (gronvillel mobile horn. ron, roar bedroanm two bogh risking $4200 roll 375-9371 0o St SS-p) (COO CI4EAPFOCO Hogtown Groimery *ood CooF snow a r at 145 Mi welcome (0 ~ SS-p) 3 'eemont bie 4 0coil390558 or ofier 6 00 pm 372 2381 and ask fo'r Julo (031-56 p)} For sole 1972 Triumph YR 6, very good (ondttior 3000 mile. 52,875 376-5945 (0 SS -p) SCUBA ECXIIP for SAlE mk V tansk 4 iolve regulator escellont conldition col 377 7696 keep trying (0 54-55 p) 8 17' roi.,e + room conmpileiey 'boded, quiet ot, cond 25 cu Fr051 free fri SI6 3S Archer Rd Lot7 Ph 377 cowobunoal opm, surftoord 560. rnew wet suit $20. surirocks SIC 00 or ev.ryhn $75 conloci george after 5 30 377-7oll (A 31 4FOR RENT 0*"nonm .r mobbio he, S0 month hitet Col i~ke 371 6519 (8-AT Wonod Lieral mole tOOfMmlat* to sublet roief W6 u,'4 Move ,r one' Cmc., rnus b nodt Coll J.! c ory mrornmnge 37S.6fl3 (b-5l-53p)0 roonmmore wonted to shore furnished bedroom opt 573 por month, I -3 of up 'les gotorlown opts 309250 a w 6oth ovo no phone 8 ST 54-P) 3 bdr oil upb1.10 paid tocoiod on NW 8th Ci Heot fully furmish N'lo loote 0opon Qor Up., 377-6992 $115 month Spociou' ond cloon house wptb Oq,. beat, corpel., kitchen equipped locotod minute. campus $4 r", h" ss'c bore lo".-edi country .tt'ng Hoot fully furnmshed Open Qon, Opm. 377.92 $125 month $pocpous op located ir SW bocipor Air hoot kitchen equipped (12249) Opeon 9ar Oprn 3176992 185 ulilhte. irel ded Kids & pe'. OK heal. opet, no lose Won'i lost longlt 4121705) $65 mnth deal lototton lor3 iudn a, Couple Air, hoot corp.?s, drop. (I6 10) lUni'.d pol Estate Assoc 113NE 64h Ave Open 7 days 377-6W92 yo deire m ov. fran, your present loai-onrent sbeIorfnyo o roommoto immedlotely of NO COST Call todayll )nmiod R.ol Etio. Assoc Inc 11 NE MaH Awe 37t49 b-r55-c) sublet I bdrr. opt unwvonsty gorden trace call 372 V80to. 392-2197 lb )55FEMLE rooTmTite own rOOM i 3 bedroom house $80 month canto by Avoiloblo 'mmedotl y( (b-31-55-p) Pioorm for rei near campus 01 reosonoble co.t Ccli 373-4031 between 4-7 PM (b 5S55p Couple wAntod to shore now house with groduole student Pnivot. bodoom & both, centroI hoof 04n N W seCtiOf No -.r or kids 6 me loose doiosit. $160 enonth 37l f727 lobo pm. 376-54S9 evenings lb $4 5.p) #OOFT 0.r rent niea comrpus 04 reasonable cost Call 373-9O3i betw., 4 7 prl 6b St 5S-p) Female roomage wornted LAS' month PENT F11E it you move in by Jon IS v.ioge pork 9Cil coft., 5pm 378-5030 iv inme cr come by (b-54-55 pd} Phone 3f-fl2 Vihoge Pork Apis (b)55 WANTED fm le roonma o. be. I~rI N., med cen &vw 450 .ilitis W'rdmnevdows W6 no + % uti AC poltnris Call Rhondo 378-5743 (c-5. ncbl ome .nd .lOk 17o aW moth and' utilitid est A5d2,.pn (c-52. ss-p,glwAg s-) cofpAs.Q W6 i e AfenSpm cl355Peowemma. neow, roomclo., t gobryse. in my lom. fo, 2 chud No 233 W. University Ave. PRESENTS "AN N Phone 377-30 13 WITH" Fl C Lipham Music Co.r, RTDYSTA TOAY THE ONLY MAN WHO CAPTU REAL LENNY BRUCE IS LENEf 'Tlfe sie gli

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Th* Indepndnent Florida Alligator RF T Poei. W.dn.d.y Jnuery 3,w 1 does has rt ball Coach Hot Gators by Tigers By ANDY COHEN Alligator Sport. Wdrvr A gallant Gator comeback elfort tell one point short Monday night as louisiana State held on for a 92-91 victory in front of 7.(XX) screaming Baton Rouge fans. Gene Shy's jump shot with 03 left on the clock was off target and in turn assured LSU the hard-thrnght victory. their first of the conference season. GENE SHY 92 THE GATORS held ti lead only briefly in t opening moments as t Bengal Tiger's hot shootir hand kept UF oif balani most of the long evening. But with just overs minutes remaining and t Gators 10 points down, Coac John Lotz's club caught ii as a Norman Caldwell jum shot thilowed by a Gene St two-pointer from the corif narrowed LSU's lead to 92with l:A8 left. UP, using its tough man-ti man deenie gained control 4 the ball with :31 left but Norman Calduell shot wi blocked out of hounds whac set the stage for Shy's las second clford. LSU took a 39-34 lead ml the locker room as they wel led by Kenny His with nit points. The second half turned in a shooting contest as bol teams scored over 50 points the period. nipped -91 heShy's 20 points led the he Gators' losing effort. he fbilowed closely by Caidwer's ng IS and Jerry Moore's l6. ceThe loss drops UF's overall record to 5-7 and 1-1 in the ix conference. heThe Gaters returned home ch Tuesday to begin work re towards a Saturday night showdown with Georgia in hyAthens. erThe Orange and Blue 9l return to Alligator Alley Monday night as they host the o-Auburn Tignrs. If a as re nI Co h In BRUNO CALDWELL I 22 .Me S U turnovers might be photo by grorg. klocIc jr. Authrities say Wison drunk before death By Aligstw evice HOUS'TON (UPI) -A medical examiner said Monday Houston Astros' baseball star Don Wilson was drunk Sunday when he and his 5-year-old son both died of carbon monoxide poisinging in the garagp of their home. WIlSON AND IS SON, Alexander. were found dead In the garage. Wilson's wife,. Bernince, 27 and 9-year-old daughter, Denise, were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes and hospitalized. Doctors s aid Denise was in a corn, and critical condition. Police said Mrs. Wilson had suffered a borken jaw, but she was heavily sedated and in shock and was unable to clarity how she suffered the injury. Wilson. 29, a rlghthander known for his fastball. spent his entire nine-season carner with the Astros. His pitching record i the majors included two no-hit games. He won 20 gaines and lost 13 last sean. HIS DODY WAS find seated on the passenger sidc of the front scat of his luxury car shortly after I pam. Sunday in flit closed garage of his suburban home. Wilson was weainga sweater and trousers. A pack of cigarettes lay on the dashiborad and the radio was playing Iuvenle officer T.L Trhinkle sald Dr. P.M. Rivers Jr. of MemorlaU.Hosphltu Southwest told him Mrs. Wilson first said she did not know how her jaw was broken. Then she said she might have been struck and finally she said she had fallen against a wall a few days earlier. '""W JOE WALSH "So Whar" Rg. 6.98 lst NOW $313 NEW YES "R ELAYER" Peg. 6.YU list NOW $3.89 ALSO YES DOUBLE "Tales From Topographic Ocean."' NOW $6.19 IIONDO H-155li aKEHBERLEY Re. .s9.9s $39.-5 pM9ER kg.39.9s5 NOW$24."5 SYSTEM Kenwood 4300 Recoivers Jensen 3Speakers Garrard 62 Turntable Bose Dug Cover Shur. M91ED Cartridge $150 OFF IW S29.96 '9.95 jus $474.7 SAViNGS Sylvonlo 2741 ReceIver OWD AT-) speakers Gorrur 0B6 Sate Dust Ccv.r Grado FCR+ Comhidge *~ OF NOW 149.95 .95 le.me0 $254.0 TAPE 2-00ft 24c m. C'aF Cano TOK 1/2 TAPE SALE OFF UIST PRICE OPEN Rift. OPEN REELOPEN REEL CAflETE CASSEfTE NEG2.T70 a. NOW 2A* 2.U 3AM 13* 2".75 CAR TAPES, INC. ,MS CT-U g.g gg" J.LL SUPES MESS atMDEL315-M NOW$49., SUPER S WB2-M'K~~a. O2Out&Fn NOW $1' '.9. a S-m 5U.0 WAy ~1 he ad John N STUDENT GUITARS

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Jr. ~w p.nden~ FICrdo Ailigotor W.dn.doy JonLjory S 975 )oia. IV V 41 --a Samson + the office for Student Services UNRESThKIT ED PU BLIC SAL E NOTICE EWERY ARTIa.E IN STORE I N (I" i t All Diamond Ring'. -All I ieli IDiamnnd, -Eme ra ld, -flu leiSapphirrs -Opal'. -And Other Precioas Gcm, A11 L ad it' & Gert, I' alt'Iie, All Style'. and Price'. -The Fine'.l of Nam, Hrands 16k & 111K Gold Je,,lrn of \lI Description Including Neekrhairm. Reduced Frcn, Original Old Cold Prices All Seerlint & Plated Sil erware. Coffee & Tea Sets. Tra & Mans Gift Items All Birtlhqione & Ysedding imps Cr. stal -Cui Cla.' Figurine, E 'tale Jveer. 40% .70% F L ~2 NOTH ING RESERV ED EVERY THING TO BE SOLD AT SACRIFICED REDUCTIONS L I 1 r Ika,,,, A ?,.w.,i [ I ar .In Sp m. thU. L DAY a.3A. iitb* -lOA.M. -.9PM-. Etehentsem Jewelers Vols key to SEC track crown b Iml K i UU \l\ \lm'.oir Spnrts w% riler University to come apartment manager who yoUr hassel ree representative Is-Ibis is the I ,daA art tie running eienl'.P hiini t rills is sick SO fiE m-weir-old ( Jtto ]hcad &tuch ''cut on a h111e rii'tim, nision and snared himiselt iwo ot the finest dinners mn he world. I i nidci native Hor ace I jilt and lamaican Noel Gray jddI a htile international lldsor and a lot ol ability to a C tW es i sc the trongest in (IF history lnllyknock SEC and NCAA champion [ernessee hrnm its throne "POTENTIALLY, we have a super team,' said Carnes. "I use that word a lot but it applies here We are a lot hotter than last year." Relay coach David Atkins. who guided his mile relay corp to an easy win in the SEC's. 'aid ruitt and Gary ha'e already made their presence fell. 'We look the key nman Gras in the TUITT'S imile. or mi h m1jil long treated in I National Jr 1q73 and 19 Community According will also joi Gomct Wi and transe Doert in th Cray is exj in th~e mile boo-yard I Beaufort Br for luitt to be in the ~8O and 440 and 6WY" credentials are a is case, a halt a He went on974 and won the College S80 mn 74 while at Essex College in N.J. to Atkins, Tuitt veterans Steve mpy Alexander,. student Tom etwo-mile relay. pected to teami up relay with 1973 NCA A champ own along with "Marvelous" Mitch Goings and senior Bob Rambo. "I DON'T like to speculate but we have the potential to UFSBOB RAMBOOUTIN FRONT .SEC intermediate hurdles chomp also on mile relay squad do spectacular things,' added Atkmns. "I's better to lay back and do ii and then talk about how you did it. Talent on paper is no good. You do your running in the meets." Assistant coach Roy Benson. who handles the middle distance runners, said the successful cross country season gave him a good inlicatuon ot where his boys stand for the indoor cam,paigl. "WE HAVE TWO solid entries in each event,'' explained Benson. "Last year we didn't have Vince Cartier or Dennis Skelton. Also. Kevin Holzwart was hurt and Par W allin wasn't running well."' "In etfeed, we have four new faces to replace George Bridges and Coswell DePiena who graduated." "I feel these guys are the best distance runners in the conference with the exception of Davies (cross country chanip) and Addison from Tennessee." THE GATORS did lose dash specialist Nate Jenkins through graduation but Benson expects Hiesley Bostic to take up some of the slack. Bostic missed the entire '74 season but the year before swiped the conference 60-yard high hurdle crown. Triple jumper Mike Sharpe will also compete in the short sprint'. INTRAlIIIIR AIM Today is sign-up deadline for Co-Rec Basketball, Women's Dorm Howling, Little Sister's Basketball and Student Wives Badnminlon. Contact the IM office 229 FHa. Gym. 392-O5S1 to sign uip teams. Students eligible for 01PS work study and interested in otliciating basketball, volleyball or flag football should contact Hon Cbisten or Loretta Shane. 229 Mla. Gym. A MANDATORY officials meeting for men's basketball will be held Thins., S pin., room 229 Fla. Gym. Individuals unable to meet must attend a meeting Mon. 8p.m. loon. 229 Fta. Gym. Fraternity Draw for Basketball will be held, Jan. 9, 4 p.m. 229 fla. Gym. Each fraternity must be represented at the draw. Thie Shotokcan Karate Club will hold a beginners class, Mon., Wed., Fri., 4-5 p.m. at Hume Rec Room. Advance classes are 5-6 p.m. on the same days. All classes are free. For further iritbrmation contact Kent Wang. 377-8908 or Michael Barimo, 377-8530. -e Pl[I q r ?? Ita W. :=o L I9AE '09 MIC K Live Off Campus? i itrl aie *dteiling "jIbh pre' it'ws Iher II P C4 The Etir In,.nto,. Collcuon and E>.tat, Jr.elrt N Bla1in Offered so the Public and Must Br Seen to Be Appreciated.

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Hot Gators by Tigers By ANDY COHEN Ailigat.rSper. Writer A gallant Gator comeback elforn fell one point short Monday night as Louisiana State held on to, a 92-91 victory in front of 7.,(0 screaming Baton Rouge fansGene Shy's jump shot with .03 left on the clock was off target and in turn assured LSU the hard-fought victory. their first of the conference season-. GENE SHY 92r THE GATORS held ti lead only briefly ,n ti opening moments as ti Bengal Tiger's hot shoot, hand kept UF off balan most of the long evening. But with just overs minutes remaining and ti Gators 10 points down.,Coad John Lt's club caught ft as a Nonrman Caldwell Jun shot followed by a Gene Si two-pointer from the corn narrowed LSU's lead to 92with l:M8 left. UP, using its tough man-V man defense gained control the ball with :33 left but Norman Caidwelt shot wj blocked out of bounds whuI set the stage for Shy's las second effort. LSU] took a 39-34 lead i the locker room as they wel led by Kenny Higgs with nim points. 'The second half turned in a shooting contest as bol teams scored over 50 points the period. nipped ~-91 he Shy's 20 points led the he Gators' losing effort. he followed closely by Caidwell's IS1 and Jerry Moore's lb. cc The loss drops UF's overall record to 5-7 and i-I in the hx conference. heThe Gators returned home :h Tuesday to begin work re towards a Saturday night showdown with Georgia in iy Athens. erThe Orange and Blue 9l return to Alligator Alley Monday night as they host the ~. Auburn Tigers. of a as to re n' to th in BRUNOCAWELLThu Independent Florida Alligator SR|F pog. ,Wedn.d.y. Jernjr,i 97 22 phto by gorg'u. kochovIac Ir. runw'ers might be Auto rite Isa WilsonA drn before death Dy AfatSenkca HOUSTON (UPI) -A medical examiner said Monday Houston Astros' baseball star Don Wilson was drunk Sunday when he and his 5-year-aMd son both died of carbon monoxide poisinging in the garage of their home. WILSON AND IS SON, Alexander, were found dead In the garage. Wilson's wife, Bernince, 27 and 9-year-old daughter. Deals. were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes and hospitalized. Doctors s aid Denise was in a coma and critical condition. Pollee said Mrs. Wilson had suffted a borken jaw, but she was heavily sedated and in shock and was unable to clarify how she suffered the injury-. Wilson, 29, a rlghthander known for his fastball. spent his entire nine-season career with the Astros. His pitching record in the majors included two uuo-hit gases. He won 10 gaines and lost 13 last season. HIS WIDY WAS found seated on the passenger side of the frost seat of his luxury car shortly after I p.m. Sunday in th, closed garage of his suburban home. Wilson was wearing a sweater and trousers. A pack of cigarettes lay on the dashborad and the radio was playing. Juvenile officer T.LTrhinklc said Dr. F.M. Rivers Jr. of MemoriulHospltul Southwest told hini Mn. Wilson first said she did not know how her jaw was broken. Tha, she said she might have bees struck and finally she said she had fallen against a wail a few days earlier. N"W JOE WALSH "Is Wbat" Reg. 6.98 liSt NOW $3" NEW YES "RELAYEr" Reg. &.VU list NOW $3.89 L IIONDO 11-155 "e. w aALSO YES DOUBLE "Tales From T.,.e,,epil.Os.' NOW *6.19 SYSTEM SAViNGS KEMBERLEY R=. .59.95 OW~ $3. RANGE RE.39.95 NOW$24."5 Kwnwood 4300 ReceIvers .ensen 3Speak. Garrord 62 Turntable Bose Dua. Cover Shur. M91ED Cartridge $150 OFF NOW '9.95 5.95 M.N6 j247 *4Wa SylvanIa 2741 ReceIver OWO AT-i Speakers Gciardr 4B6 BSo. Dust Cover Grado FCa+Cartridge *30 OFF NOW 18.95 'te6 A,'s LW,0 LW5 '"""$254.80 TAPE flflft.L 1'SO t. 241S t. cur TOI 112 (TAPE SALE OFF UIST PRICE OPEd REU OPEN REEL OPEN REEL Cn~m CASSE CRT"ElT REGLU 2J9 NOW 2.9 139 1* CAR TA MuSIC ,Kg. PESEC. T-UUWAA Aa SUPER ZERnd TZ51092 NUW ;zu WCMMK2 am D2bStCover J.L. SE MICRO SbmslWewtddg NOW *41." NOW $11 1--', .me 51.80 Wit1oe head basketball coach John ~1 'I STUDENT GUITARS

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Jh. Lnr pen dnt Florida Ahibgo'cr Wednesdoy Jouorv 975 ag 9 L ive Off Campus? &tk*I V -Sw '~rtrtt~r ~ >1~ .*~ ~. ~ .4 p a -~ Samson + the office for Student Services UNR ESTh ICI'ED NOTICE EVERY ARTIQ.E IN STORE IKt.I'DIM. All Diamond Rings -Ilf I na I ha mond% -Emeralds -Ri i. -Sapphires. .1%kA nd Other Precious Grin' All ILadir' & Get U lhs All Styie, and Pric, -The Fmnet of Name Hrand% IlSK & IRK Gold ie.elrn o1 All DrCription Including Neekchains. Reduced Front Ori;inal Old Gold Pricen AUl Sterlin; & Plaied Silverware. Coffee & Tea Sets. Tr. & Ma, Gilt Itein All Birtk'stone & Yw.'dding Aings Cr, sial -Cut Glas, Figurine% Estate Je.vlrs ThU. Final Un'kt Sf ale at 40% .70% OFF Th. Entir, In' cntor. Co*Intin and Estate Jcweir. Is bin8 Offered so th'e Publik and %Io't te Seen to Be A ppvei.ied. NOT HING R ESE RVED EVERY THING TO BE SOLD A T SACRIFICED R EDUCTIONS L F' N LDAY.JN.With -lO A.M. -.-M. ehertueu Jewelers Vo s University come to apartment manager who hassel representative i. key to SEC track crown \tihztr 'pirt~ ariter Wion Oht I I MO parn eries dealing '.iih thr 1 Sn ('alor I r l Lea.n, ldaX artkie prve iews (lh rurnnn evet'I.I Ii ,iaini ( airnis is sick SO 1 T-' ear-oldti ( hmi uach wenit on a little icli ifne onsin ,i i snared hmneII twn tf rhe line't I lnriers in the w.orld. '""'ida{I "ative Hor ace imtan ml maican Noel Gray add a little international Itt or and a lot ol a li lily to a r etor rack can which UIF history inallyknock EC ad NCAA Champion [ennessee trom its throne. "POTENTIALLY, we have a super leant" said1 Carnes. "I use that word a lot but it applies here. We arc a lot helter than last year." Helay coach David Atkins, who guided his mile relay corp to an easy win ini the SEC's. said Tuiti and Gary ha'e already made their presence lelt "We look bor Tuoit to be the key man in the $80 and (,rav in the 440 and 6(). TUITT's credentials are a nmie, or mi his case, a halt a mile long He went Undefeated in I 474 and won the National Jr College 880 in 1473 and q974 while at Essex Cbnmnunity College in N.j. According to Atkitn. Tuilt will also join veterans Steve Gome, Wimpy Alexander, and transfer student Tom Doerr in the two-mile relay. Gray is expected to team up in the mile relay with 1973 600-yard NCA A champ Seautbrl Brown along with "Marvelous" Mitch Goings and senior Bob Ranibo. "I DON'T like to speculate hit we have the potential to do spectacular things." added Atkins. "It's better to lay back and do it and then talk about how you did it. Talent on paper is no good. You do your running in the meets." Assistant coach Roy Benson. who handles the middle distance runners, said the successful cross country 'eason gave him a good inlication of where his boys stand lot the indoor campaign. "WE NAVE TWO solid entries in each event," explained Berison. "Last year we didn't h1ave Vince Cartier or Denmis Skelton. Also,. Kevin Holzwart was hurt and Par Wallin wasn't running well. "In etfet, we have tbur new faces to replace George Bridges amd Coswell DePieza who graduated." "I feel these guys are the best distance runners in the conference with the exception of Davies (cross country ehampi and Addison from Tennessee." THE GATORS did lose dash specialist Nate Jenkins through gr aduation but Benson expects Hesley Bostic to take up some ot the slack. Nestle missed the entire '74 season but the year before swiped the conference 60-yard high hurdle crown. Triple jumper Mike Sharpe will also compete in the short sprinlts. INTRA MIRBALS Today is sign-up deadline bor Co-Rec Basketball. Women's Dorm Bowling. Little Sister's Basketball and Student Wives Badminton. Contact the kM office 229 FEa. Gym. 392-0561 to sign up teams. Students eligible tbr OP'S work study and interested in ofliciating basketball, volleyball or tiag football should contact Ron Chisten or Loretta 5hane, 229 Fl. Gym. A MANDATORY officials meeting for men's basketball will be held Thurs., 8 p.m., room 229 Ha. Gym. Individuals unable to meet must attend ameeting Mon., 8p.m.,room 229 Fl. Gym. Fraternity Draw for Basketball will be held, Jan. 9. 4 p.m. 229 Fl. Gym. Each fraternity must be represented at the draw. "The Shotokan Karate Club will hold a beginners class, Mon., Wed., Fri. 4-5 p.m. at Hum. Rev Room. Advance classes are 5-6 p.m. on the seine days. All classes are free. For further information contact Kent Wang. 377-8908 or Michael Barim~o, 377-8530. 1'i n 0o t lt photo by chip him. UFS SOB RAMBO OUT IN FMON'T ..SEC intermedlate hurdles chomp elmo on mile relay squad {4 --.-.

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Ptg. 20, Th. independent FMord Aitigotor, Wednesdoy Jonuory 8, fl7s The long trip to Hawaii B) ANI)Y COHEN Alligator Sperts Writer IEditor's Note -Sncond of. m ee,. the Gator hnsketbail team's Far West trip. Thi. part deal, with Stanfordd One could only gasp mn amazement when viewing the brrathtaking sight ot Palo Alto. a town within the mountains and hills of Northern C alitornia. But the UF basketball team wasrn't there to look at the gorgeous scenery but to lace an awesome Stamford club, which is indeed the tallest in the nation. IT SEEMED like UF's epitaph had already been written as Stanford entered the game a hunry basketball team. Just one night helore they had been upset by Utah State and their coach Harry LDclmar didn't want to lose two in a row stra By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sports Writer the Gator wrestling squad 'will vie for its 26th straight dual meet victory against a powerful Mankato State team in the UF gym at 7:34) p.m today. Mankato State (Minnesota) is currently ranked second in the nation's College Division II standings, and UF coach (Gary Schneider expects a tough match. "They've had outstanding team' in the past and have .another one th is year,'' scnie said. C o-ca p ta i ns T r m tiranowit, 142-pound class. seek ight win and senior Henry Jackson I 9), will lead the Gators against Mankato.According to Schneider the lirst two weight classes will be the key matches. "The first two weight classes have been the key so jar. We've taken them~ in our meets this year and it's given us momienturn for our upper weights,' he said. Freshman Vic Holloway will go at 118, and SEC champion Bob Roberts will wrestle in the 126-pound slot. And it the Giators momentum continues as it has In the past few tournamrents and meets they'll chalk up No. 26. .ntl hr ict hs team know~ it l o make along discoiiraging cecnrng .js briet a' possible. UiF achieved its initial goal ol controlling the boards as the Orange and Blue out-rebounded the almost gargantuan Stanford club 40-27 But the Gators' succes' on that cold Califormia evening stopped there. Thcy could do almost nothing right. In tact at times, this reporter had to check his brochure to make sture there were the same athletes that beat Texas Christian two nights before. UFs assistant couch ferry Traux summed up the evening fl two sentences. "It was just a case ot some ot our players being totally not ready to play. Some of them had no business on the court." The score, 80-70, seemed a lot closer than the game really was in tact, guard Norman "Bruno" Caldwell called it his worst game as a Gator. I he once jovial UF team was lar from smiling. For once. gator choach John Lotz could make no excuses. His team played badlystupid at times, he said, and they were just outhustled by a determined Stanford ie. The Gators could only look forward to the long trip across the Pacific to Honolulu and the hope that the bright hawaiian sunshine would overshadow the thought of facing the then number two team in the land Indiana. just four days from that evening. STANFORD'S coach was gracious to the visiting Gaters after the game. He praised them for being a hard-working outfit. But then the elderly coach was reminded of UF's next game, the one with Indiana. "he he he he he he. Goooooood Luck. they'll need that and some more." he said. With that thought in mind, UFE quietly endured the long five hour plane ride to Hawaii. After the traditional but enjoyable kisses at Hawaii's airport by some lovely Polynesian maidens, the Gators were oft to a hotel which looked more like Shangra La.It was only eight niles down Waikiki beach. Their bus driver was a character of sorts and did his best to cheer up the then 3-3 G tors. 'You'll find no snakes in Hawaii," he said. "Plenty of long worms, though." But the Gators were in no mood tor jokes, they could think photo by gpore kodhoniec jr. GUARD BRUNO CALDWELI. Worst gain of corner ot Stonford oniy about the tough game with Indiana ahead of them and how on the previous night they had let down their roaches, who weren't accustomed to enduring the sour taste of defeat. Despite the disheartening loss to Stanford. nobody felt UF was incapable of beating a Hoosier team that had racked up 30point wins over some of the top teams in the nation. Lotz called Indiana scary. "They're every coach's dream," he said. But he felt all along his team could win. And on the evening of Dcc. 27 in front of a full house in Hawaii's coliseum, the Gater basketball team came of age. They made the Stanford game look like years before. They fought their bearns out,as a proud John Lotz watched on and a discouraged Indiana coach Bobby Knight could only pace the sidelines in anticipation. ( Thursday -Indiana, Pea., Sa, i. Stat. mnd what It .11 meat.) W restlers 26th h