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By KAREN MEYER College to alleviate "a problem in Zoology." four assistanceships would be restored.:Hooks quarter because the four assistants he had
Alligator Staff Writer He said that problem then worked itself out said, "Of course, that's all they're doing for were spending more time teaching students
Three of four graduate assistanceships cut and McQuown was able to apply those fundsto anybody 1 guess." how to build than building, and he needed
from UPs theater division of the Speech the theater assistanceships. He said the restoration of three would additional help. .
Department last Friday were restored RON STEGER, Gerrard Duffin and Cindy probably allow the theater to go on with its THE GRADUATE assistants train about
Thursday afternoon. ; Duffin were reinstated to the three scheduled season this quarter 300 students each quarter in building and
Director of theater Dr. James Hooks had assistanceships.The "Undoubtedly, we're going to have to cut a tearing down sets, lighting, sound and all
said the loss of the assistants would mean fourth assistant, Orville Starnes, was few corners," Hooks said. 'But we're going to major technical work involved in theater.
curtailment or elimination of UPs theater: not reappointed.Hooks try to meet our obligations for the rest of the
program. quarter." duflin said he was grateful to those people
,) "THAT'S THE last thing we wanted to do, said the decision of which three to who got us back.
but we have no where else to go." said LJF reinstate was based 'on academic'progress, TECHNICAL director of theater Dr. "But it still means one of us in essence gets
Executive Vice President Harold Hanson financial need and area of expertise. A.F.C, Wehlburg said they were" going to hurt and that will still hurt what we the
referring to the four students hit by the ,cut. Speech Department Chairman Ed Hutchinson -, have to cut back on the complexity ,of the theater division can do" he said.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert said Wednesday he had not made a shows. Starnes, who was not reinstated, said he .
Bryan said it was through the juggling effortsof recommendation to restore the assist an- "And: probably- I'll have to see -- control was "trying to figure out what to do, right
Asst. Dean Ruth McQuown of the College, ceships because he had not received any the number of people who. come in to work," now"
of Arts and Sceinces that funds were found to funds from the office of academic affairs to he continued. "I really have no idea what I'll do. Find a
restore three assistanceships. allocate. Wehlburg said he requested an increase of job quit school, maybe go back to Missouri. I
Bryan said funds.....had been sent to the ALTHOUGH the division had hoped all two graduate assistants at the end of last don't know," he said. ,



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i By GARY BALANOf'Ft Mautz expressed concern about the lack of
t Alligator Staff Writer state funds which will be available next year.
Hard TimesAt "The problem is that this will extend into
The Florida Cabinet cut $8.5 million from the next fiscal year," he said. "There is no

the Board'.". ..." .of.- Regents.BOR. ( ) budget Thursday relief in sight,tor next year" -
: : "WHAT WE'RE likely to have is the same
The reduction was part of an austerityprogram UF amount (of money) as this year or less," he
\ which includes a total of $120
said.Mautz
million cut from the amount already listed new schools and programs
allocated to state agencies for this.fiscal year. such as the UF dental school's program, as
State Budget Director Joe Cresse said the the most likely targets of the cut-backs.
Florida Administrative Commission, con- State University System Chancellor Robert "Most of our money is in salaries, Mautz" State Education Commissioner Ralph
sisting of the governor and his cabinet: made Mautz said some cutbacks were imposed in said. "We'll have to see what we can do.
the cut-backs on his office's recommendations ,early December so the expected cut-backs "INDIVIDUALS will be hurt, Mautz

large imposed segment.Thursday would not come in. one reduction said. But he in added itself. it will not be an expensive (See 'Regents' page four)

THE CUT-BACKS are part of an austeritymove MAUTZ SAID the BOR is short $2.5
which will affect all state agencies. million in funds plus about $500,000 in utility
Revenues,will be at least $232 million less rate increases. Fall dorm rent rise
than originally planned and budgeted. This "We do not yet have guidelines" determining may
)'ear's budget has had to be cut to match that where the cuts would come and who .1

figure. they would affect specifically, he said. with electricity rate hike


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for housing employes must also be
An increase in dorm rates for next fall will reflected in a rent increase.
'is.rt be proposed to UF' President Robert Q. The salary increase is the result of housing
Marston by 'Director of Housing James T. paying an eight per cent pension for em-
Hennessey to meet the rising cost of elec- ployes.
tricity."I EMPLOYES formerly paid half the
don't know right now how much of an pension, and housing paid the remaining four
increase we will be proposing," Hennesseysaid. per cent.
"It could be $5 to. $10." "We're following in the footsteps of the
Florida Power Corp., UF's energy supplier, university and paying the entire eight per cent
+ a h ar. w s was granted a $33.3 million rate hike Mondayby now," Hennessey said."
the Public Service Commission. All money used to pay housing employescomes
HENNESSEY said the cost of electricity for from rents since no money is given to
dorms 'and outside lighting for campus and housing from the university, he said..
married housing projects jumped almost 300 A SPECIFIC. price increase should be
t't ) per cent since last year. proposed to Marston within 10 days, he said.
Housing currently has a budget of $465,000 If approved by Marston, the new rate would
and Hennessey estimates costs will be almost then go to the Board of Regents for approval.
$585.000 next year: Calvin Greene, director of the Physical
r' t. Approximately $220,000 was spent a year Plant Division said he did not know how
much UF's $25,000-a-month electric bill will
ago.Before a definite figure is proposed, increase because of the Florida Power price
photo by andy newman Hennessey said he will also have to consider hike.
price hikes that are likely to occur betweennow "We're still in the dark as to what effect the
TOO BUMPY and next year tor water and sewage., He increase will have on the universityGreenesaid
said air conditioning in the dorm hallways will after talking with Florida Power officials.
1 l' Heavy equipment has already made temporary ,path follows Archer Road also be figured in the new dorm rate. Thursday .
':l.oris. of.th. newly established from the UF campus south to 34th Street DORM RATES increased $10 a year for UF faces approximate $1.5 million
i-roath\ 1"1" SW Archer unusable The arid was opened earlier this week. .iir-conditioned dorms this tall and $6 to $7 deficit in electric bills for this year.

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to secretly study allies .deepeningU.S. recession




WASHINGTON (UPI) .. The CIA, in a confidential letter foreign; countries might challenge America's technology by UPI Thousands of American workers Thursday

disclosed Thursday, began soliciting U.S. companies last fall the late 1980's. It invited an unspecified number of U.S. received layoff notices, a Cabinet member urged compassion
to conduct, a secret study of transportation systems being companies in effect to spy upon these nations by secretly for the jobless and the next chairman of the House
developed by some of America's major NATO allies as well as helping to assess their efforts. Committee'
and Means promised a multibilliondollar
the Soviet Union. DOUGHERTY'S letter named Britain, France, West Ways
tax cut for low and middle income groups.
The disclosure exposed the agency to yet another possiblearea Germany, Japan and Canada, as well as the Soviet Union, recession prompted Rep. Al Ullman to
The deepening
of controversy and investigation, and Sen. Richard S. among the nation's targeted for study, and said in part:
that the committee would approve the tax cut by
Schweiker, R-PA., said he would push for a watergate-style "It is the purpose of this study to assess foreign predict
1 "to more to the people who will
March money spendit
Senate investigation to determine whether the CIA has technological research and development efforts and policies get "
it back into the and build it
"established an invisible government of its own." which may lead to developed systems having a competitive put economy up.
CHRYSLER CORP., with a 136-day backlog of ,
IN AN earlier development Thursday, Justice Department impact on the international transportation field through the cars
that four of its assembly plants will be
official James Devine disclosed that the Justice Departmenthad mid-to-late 1980's. said Thursday
asked the intelligence agency in 1970 to monitor the "Using his available resources, the contractor will Acquire closed next week and 62,300 workers idled.
activities of some 9,000 Americans overseas to determine technical information and develop a data base on free world The layoffs will include 14,800 on short-term furloughsand
whether there were any foreign involvement in U.S. antiwar developments in ground and air transportation technology." another 47,500 on indefinite layoffs -- almost 44 per c
solicitationbe ent of the firm's hourly work force. The No. 3 automaker
this
protests and civil disorders. THE LETTER asked that "knowledge of
UPI obtained a copy of the CIA contract solicitation letter limited to a need-to-know basis within your company" and listed 39,400 workers on open-ended layoffs this week.
shortly after Schweiker had disclosed its existance and announced said that, if the company decided not to participate "This Texas Instruments Inc., said it would have to drop
he would seek creation of a select Congressional letter and all. correspondence is to be returned."Impressing 9,000 workers, 2,000 in Texas. New England TelephoneCo.

committee to investigate whether the CIA has exceeded its the need for secrecy, it also said no froeign nationals employed said it would furlough 75 management employees and
foreign intelligence charter. by the companies were to participate in the study. 1,000 other workers Feb. 1 1. The company dropped 775

Dated Nov. 26,1974, and signed by CIA contracting officer Schweiker said he agreed the U.S. government should be people last October.
John C. Dougherty, the letter expressed fears that air and interested in foreign nationals employed by the companieswere UNITED, AIRLINES said it isfurloughing599becauseofreduction
ground transportation systems being develop-xl in several to participate in the study. in flights. Motorola, .Inc., will lay off 375 at its
Schweiker said he agreed the U.S. government should be Arcade, N.Y., plant later this month. Arizona Public
interested in foreign civilian mass transport technology, "But Service Co. said it will drop 182 from its construction

I do question why this information isn't being openly obtainedby departments mostly in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
friday / the Department of Commerce or Transportation instead of Westinghouse Electric will drop 65 workers at a lamp

ALLAN J. GENGLER secretly procured by the CIA. plant at Bath, N.Y.
/ Wir Editorcapsule "This latest discovery adds new weight to the charges that Honeywell, Inc., said it would lay off 800 of its 19,000
the CIA has exceeded its charter and established an invisible workers over the next six months.
government of its own" Labor Secretary Peter J. Brennan, in a speech to state
employment officials, urged them to show compassion and
understanding to the hundreds of thousands of Americanswho
are applying for jobless relief for the first time in their

$750 million arms deal madeWASHINGTON lives.


Refiners push for contract
UPI State Anderson said the United States
( ) -- The Department disclosed In response to questions,
Thursday the United States has agreed to sell Saudi Arabia had "no concern"that the sale might escalate an arms race in
several squadrons of older-model jet fighters plus the support the Middle East and said he wa.!-:'unaware of any complaint DENVER (UPI) Representatives of the 60,000-member

equipment and pilot training to go with them, in an arms deal by the Shah (of Iran) or others" about the buildup of Saudi Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union sought Thursdayto
worth abouth 5750 million. military power in th oil-rich persian Gulf region.It win a new contract agreement and avert selective strikes
was the second major procurement of Western arLIE SAID the United States has"had a continuing defense Friday against some of the nation's major oil companies.
manents the Saudis have made recently. They bought ar- arrangement with the Saudi Arabians for some yars" and the Union President A.F. Grospiron said he would make the
mored equipment and missiles from France last month. administration believed the warplane sale would enhance strike decision, but that if the strike were called it would not
STATE DEPARTMENTspokesman Robert Anderson said Saudi Arabia's ability to help defend the gulf area. involve a nationwide walkout.
the 5750 million would cover the transfer of Northrop Fighter News of the sale was broadcast first by Saudi Arabia':. "Nobody wants a strike" Grospiron said.
Interceptors mostly the F5A model which is the oldest and Riyadh Radio, which said the contracts had been signed last Grospiron said a strike would be limited to certain plants
least sophisticated plane in the F5 series -- plus spare parts, Saturday. U.S.. Officials said American Ambassador James and would have no immediate effect on the nation's gasoline

support equipment and a pilot training program. Aikins attended the signing ceremony. supplies. ,
Anderson declined to say exactly how many planes were The agreement was made within the framework of the joint Grospiron said most of the nation's refineries are highly
involved, but other officials said there would be about 60 U.S.-Saudi Arabian agreement on cooperation concluded automated and could be run for a time by skeleton] staffs of
fighters comprising three squadrons. early this year management personnel.

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By TOM SJlROOER labeled 400 Graham said.
Alligator Staff WriterI Hanson and Bryan conceded common course systems
I he next two years are likely to be a time of"sacrifice for may be inevitable. for the first two years to assure smooth
1x1 6T educational institutions and individuals," Robert Graham, transfer from junior colleges.
chairman "of the' Florida senate education" committee, said HOWEVER, they argued against any interference in the
: "' Thursday. "unique development of couse offerings" in the upper
y Although state revenues are about the same as 1973-74. divisions of the nine state universities.
they are down 10 per cent from the projected increase. Any problems with inflated course levels could be solved bya
A 12 PER CENT inflation rate will.make the spending task force ordered by university system officials Bryan said.
t power of state revenue shrink that same 12 per cent Graham Bryan said this solution would be cheaper and maintain the
said.Since freedom of separate institutions.
the university system's slice of the pie will remain GRAHAM asked why this method had not been used ;in the
about the same, state schools will wind up with more studentsand past to remedy the problem.
an allocation effectively 12 per cent smaller than 1973.74, "When academic solutions aren't used the problem comesto
he said. the attention of the legislature and they devise a political
solution," he said.
A SIMILAR proposal fizzeled out at the BOR level a year
F Graham said a legislative hearing was needed to give both
sides chance air their views.
ago.The a to
policy center would study long-range objectives in
educational or social policy "using the resources of the Although the project is already in progress, it is not too late
academic community," UF President Robert Q. Marston for a change, he said.
ROBERT GRAHAM "From what 1 can tell, inflation will continue to rise faster
Chairman of the Fla. senate education committee. said.Graham agreed the center was needed "in a system than revenue in the next few years,"Graham said.
generally devoid of anticipatory mechanisms," but would THIS WOULD mean a continuation of present financial
have to have a lower priority than other programs presently difficulties at UF. "
Griswold here funded with .. UF money. Graham was at UF for a conference with top administrators
/ UF Vice Presidents Harold Hanson and Robert Bryan to exchange views on legislative issues 'con
argued against the establishment of a state-wide common cerning educational issues that will come before the
course-numbering was advantageous not only for students legislature this spring.Administrators .
attempting to transfer within the state, but for equalization of received a pledge from Graham to bring upa
as guest prof. funding based on a graduate-undergraduate dichotomy.One UF proposal for the establishment of an academic policy
school can receive more funding for a course labeled study center "hopefully in Gainesville" before the
500 than another school will receive for an identical course Board of Regents. *


By Alligator STUART Staff EMM Writer RICH Drug Task Force searching for. I



Erwin .Griswold, recently appointed to a presidential city county operation funds
commission investigating charges that the Central .Intelligence .
Agency was involved in domestic spying, will be a -
guest-professor at UF this quarter. By GLORIA AKEL beginning of a new fiscal year for both the city and county.
Griswold, U.S. solicitor general from 1967 to 1972, will be Alligator Staff Writer Sheriff Joe Crevasse said it was still possible for federal
giving guest lectures and will meet with students and facultyat funding to be coming. 1
UF's College-of Law as a part of the distinguished visiting The Alachua County Drug Task Force, short of federal HE SAID the force would be funded either locally or
professor series.FUNDS funds, has appealed to city and county commissioners for federally. but said he preferred federal funding.
FOR distinguished professors come from the additional money needed to keep the unit in operation' for at Clifton said it is "more than likely"the unit will get unused
Alumni Association, according to Law College Dean JosephR. least another eight months. federal funds.A .
Julin. Letters asking for $43,516 were mailed Thursday to the verbal committment from state officials in Tallahassee is
Julin said Griswold will be at the college for a month, commissioners, after a meeting of Sheriff Joe.Crevasse, State expected before t the end of the month, Clifton said.
starting January 13, and will participate In classes and talk Atty. Eugene T. Whitworth, University Police Chief Audie
with student and faculty committees. Shuler and Chief Nolen W. Freeman.
Julin said Griswold will also be a "teacher and consultanton CITY AND county funding is needed, according to sheriff
the future of law education." department official Lu Hendrey, to make up for the loss of No parking in FlaglerStudents
GRISWOLD, because of his work with the presidential federal funds which will run out on Jan.31.
commission, will be commuting between Gainesville and The task force has received federal funding for the past
Washington during his stay. three and a half years. '
Since his appointment to the investigating .commission The region three criminal justice planning council gave parking at the Flagler Inn are going to have to
Griswold has been the subject of a controversy over testimonyhe higher priorities to other criminal justice programs this year, find a new parking lot beginning next week, according to
gave in connection with a U.S. Senate and, grand jury putting an end to guaranteed Law Enforcement Assistance Flagler Inn Sales Manager Phil Schlegel. Schlegel said, "By
investigation of International Telegraph and Telephone Corp.A Administration (LEAA) money, Criminal Justice Planner the middle of next week we plan to start towing cars away."
copyrighted story in the New York Times reported Wayland Clifton said. "Parking gets worse each quarter, and we just reached our
sources "with first-hand knowledge of the case" said HENDREY SAID there is a possibility of council funds limit," he said.
Griswold was under investigation by a grand jury last year being made at any time during the year if funds are available.If The student parkers are easy to spot because they are
Griswold was never indicted by the grand jury and has federal funds are not secured, Hendrey said the proposedcity usually carrying books and heading across the street to
refused to comment on the article. and county money would last until September the campus Schlegel said.

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Alligator, providing readers with authoritative
Independent
be like Soviet's expert saysBy Information on all aspects of personal health and policies of
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the Student Health Service.Bring your questions to room
TOM SIIRODER Reitz Union or the lobby of the Student Health Service. For
Alligator Staff Writer further Information please contact the Health Education
Office at the Student,Health Senlce Room 307.
Alvin Weinberg, former director of the U.S. energy
research and development office, said Thursday the government
is heading towards the type of economic planning that is
used in the Soviet Union. How effective are lUD's?
The plan Project Independence,is essentially the blueprintfor The effectiveness of IUD's consist of a two per cent failure
a national energy policy involving government planningmore rate; 25 women out of every 1,000 women during a 12-month
elaborate than similar plans enacted in communist period will become pregnant, as compared to the pill, one
countries, Weinberg said. woman per 1,000 women for A 12-month period.
BECAUSE of the deepening energy crisis, "one way or'
another we are going to have more central planning, which
do tell how much sleep should get?
How you you
means in some sense less freedom, Weinberg said.
No one knows why we need to sleep or what sleep is but
in office
Weinberg, who spent his time in Washington an
next door to the President's in the Executive Office Building, we do know that it's a natural biological rhythm whereby our
q0 Each of has his or her own
a body slow down. us
processes
was concerned with planning for energy self-sufficiency.
To determine to bed and sleep till you wake
Project Independence cost $10 million to write and pattern. yours go
naturally and feel ready to get up-this is usually from six
research. If put into effect,the plan will cause a breakdown of up
the present market system on many fronts. This breakdownmay to nine hours. It's important for you to gauge your own
for too much sleep is just as fatiguing as too little.
extend to social and political institutions as well, pattern
Weinberg said."THERE .
IS A lot of concern that the whole utility industrymay Does cigarette smoking cause heart trouble?
be going bankrupt. This could lead to nationalization," photo by eric estrtn It has not been proved that cigarette smoking is a direct
he said. ALVIN WEINBERG cause of heart disease. However, studies strongly suggest thatit
When asked if he approved of the direction he believed .former energy research director contributes to or speeds up the development of coronary
government policy to be taking, Weinberg answered, "I don't artery disease which leads to heart attacks.
think there's a lot of choice. With 100 reactors in operation, the chance of accidental
"The Arabs are holding all the trumps.The only weakness explosion is about one in three hundred million or "less than Hour can one avoid waiting to see a doctor at the Student
1 can see in their position is that oil is a finite resource. the chance of being hit by a meteor"he said. Health Services?
Someday the oil in the Mideast will dry up"he said. Paul Ehrlich, a prominent environmentalist, called for the Waiting time may be significantly reduced by making a
HOWEVER Weinberg didn't know if the "weakness"could abolishment of nuclear reactors due to the dangers of accident physicians appointment in advance of your visit.The numberto
be exploited. radiation leakage and radio-active waste storage. call is 3921190.
Weinberg said he couldn't say if Secretary of State Henry "EIIRLICH is a menace. He's totally wrong," Weinbergsaid.

Kissinger's hint of the possible use of force to protect What happens to you when you have low blood sugar?
Although he sees the development of solar and nuclear-
American interests in the Mideast was an attempt to show
Kissinger's own trump card. fusion-derived energy as longshots, Weinberg said, "We haveno Blood sugar (glucose)is the only fuel which brain cells and
Turning to energy development, Weinberg said he saw choice but to see there is anything to them or not." other nerve tissues can use for oxidation into energy.
nuclear-fission-generated power as the major energy option Weinberg is a long-time friend of UF President Robert Q. Therefore, with low levels of blood sugar,'one's thinking and
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1973 12 x 60 redmon (gronville) mobile 35 calculator for sole. Used 3 qt,.. Own room In mobile horn. $60 month
"home' front A rear bedroom two bath' Perfect condition' with all accessories. 1-3 unities, Coll Mike, 3736519. (B-4T-
I asking $'200 call 378.9371 (o-St-55-p) $175. call 378 1.47, after 5. ((0-5t.,56.p) 54 P) .
I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS GO'"ii CHEAP FOOD' Hogtown Gralnery Bargain world woned by Frances con 3 bedroom "house' furnished"' 2 blocks coil
toad Coop n. now open at '11A S. Main nely Is "having' furniture, warehouse"' sole of tigert I'I' years lease 223 per month
1 11-7 M F 8.6 on Sat. New members 9 to 5 tat weekday 1 to 5:30 kitchen"' with'" deposit married couplet preferred
welcome ((0.3t.55.p) sets $1000 up desk $25.00 bookcase call 378-6988 (B-1T-57-P)

--- -- ----- 3 speed men's bike $45.00 Call 3920558or 15.00 tingle beds $2500 up. curtains roommates wonted soon 01 possible 2
I rr *** ** after 6;00 pm 372-2381 and ask for $25 refrlgatori $39.00 trundle bed $75.00 bedroom 2 both furn country garden opt
\ ; :;{ FOR SALE FOR SALEMottress Julio, (a.3t-35.p) dressers $1000 up carpets $20.00 up $11650 mo I utilities great location call
JJ&exV. f wall oveni,'itovei mist. iteroei' B-5T-57-P)
stoves 378.1761 anytime (
,. and Springs $5 and $10 also For sole 1972 Triumph'" TR 6; very good
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: J.m;;!a $365, citrlne-zlrcon-$200. am 392.1951, folding metal bed $5 occasional choirs condition, 30,000 miles $2,875 3765945oSt ph For Rent I bedroom In 3 bedroom trailer
:' : $5 and $10 electric baseboard "healersS10. 20th way (o-4t-56-p) f.
H."tv.ti"t 'w: 378.4326askfor.lizoberh. A-5T-54- ( -55-p) $75 a month + 1-3 expenses ov
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"" wi! @ P) SCUBA EQUIP for SALE: mk IV tank +- J- Epiphone guitar case Coll Jim 377-9814 ((8- )
,. 3-speed bicycle girls alto single bed valve regulator excellent condition coil life warrenty Included call 377-6029 klmor 1 bedroom house furnished"' o-c: Ig. yard
.' :3712643 t boys 10 speed good condition call 373- each'" for $30 call 372.1863 ask for connie 377-7696 keep trying (o-5t-5S-p) georfle (o-2t-56-p)_ ... 1702 e 5th ove 130-mo. lit ft lost monthIn
-> 5884 for mar. Information (o-3t-55-p) or 3783227. osk for loon (o-3t-55-p) and rings for call 377-
.. #: : ,. 18' i 17' trailer'room, completely Indian mexican torquone advance 100 damage dep.
Trailer arrendondo village 1 bedroom, 1 shaded"' quiet, oir cond. 25 cu' frost free sole low prices call 377.1159 after 5.00 2682 day or night (B-1T-57-P)
bath"', air ft "heat' toll alan 373-7614(0-St.( frig $1600 3860 Archer"' Rd. lot U7 Ph 377- pm (o-5l-56-p' ) roommate for 2-bedroom opt "hawolion'
55-p) 2171 after 5 pm (o.5t.55.pL--) ., 67 Bel Air Chevy 4 dr air "heat' radio village $82.50 per month + '/t other 377-
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s Custom center console boot. excellent 73 YAMAHA RD 350 Runs great, new excellent mech condition needs body 9859 (B-2T-57-P)
I)1 shape, similor to Donzl, 2450$ or offers tires $725 call 372.2818 or 377-4434 (A- work $445 378.8986ofter 4 pm (a-2t-56- !Room for rent near, campus at
( must sell. 376-8194 after 5 (a-4t-55-p) 5T-54-C) % P) reasonable tost. Coll 373-9831 between

New Water Bed, lop Seams King Size 35 mm camera for sole Momiya-Sekor SEARS ELECTRONIC SLIDE RULE 7 mo. old illM. (b.5t.55-)
$22 373- 794 After 6 P.M. Float Away DTL 5001 1 year old $165 not so, firm toll $100 or offer. 377-6290 ANYTIME TILL 3 bdr all utilities, paid locoted on NW
Your Troubles (AIT57.P) Paul anytime 392-8257 must sell. (a-5t- 1200; P.M. (A-5T-57-P) 8th Ct. Heat fully furnish No lease
1 1t Mattress and Springs $5 and $10 also 56-p) Open 9am-8pm 377-6992
1 folding metal bed $5 occasional chairs Visitor E34 enlarger, 50 and 75 mm FOR RENTWANT $115. month Spacious and clean
1 1s $5 and $10 electric baseboard "heaters' lenses, 2 negative carriers, board. Excellent TO MOVE? "house' with air, heat, carpets, kitchen"'
10.00 call 475-2064 (a.5t.55-p) condition, $75 392-0518() or 454- If you desire to move from your present equipped. located minutes campus
1974 Hondo XL350 new engine, like 2118 after 3 (A-2T-57-P) location we can rent, sublet It or find youa ((161))
new, KRW "helmet' accessories save cheap transportation 1970 "honda' cb)75) roommate Immediately at NO COST. Open 9om-Bpm. 377-6992
1 1 $300-$950, toll Call today!I $90 month Rustic home located In
1 evenings. Jim student includes 2 helmets 50 miles per gallon
373-7147 United Real Estate Assoc Inc. country setting. Heat fully furnished."'
(o-5t-55-p) loads of fun $350 call 377-9820 after
A 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-h-55-c) Students welcome ((1021A)
3T 51-P
Gibson Super T Nor Bass amp. COST $500 3pm ( ) Open 9am-8pm 377-6992
new, asking $350. Kathy"' 373-3734. (o-3t- Men's Schwinn 10-speed bicycle Good Female roommate $65 413 utilities $125 month Spacious opt located in
55-p) condition. Asking $90 but willing to nicely furnished. "' Jon rent paid immediate SW section. Air, heat, kitchen"' equipped
5 12-STRING ELECTRIC YAMAHA GUITAR negotiate. Call Joe at 373-6608 after 6. occupancy call Marlene 373- ((12249))
$125 392-6405 (A-5T-57-P) (A-4T-57-P) 0500 keep colling (b-2t-56-p) Open 9om.8pm' 377-6992
elphone"' 12-ttring guitar with hard shell" two portable electric "heaters' and one liberal roomote to shore"' 3 bdrm house, $85 utilities Included Kids A pets OK
case beautiful condition. $230 or best sophlre XI am VW radio all In excellent either sex completely furnished"' (inc. "heat' drapes, no lease. Won't lost long
.1: offer call 377.8976 after 6pm. (A-5T-57. condition. Coll 376-1441. (A-3T-57-P) util) $80 mo 2903 NW 6th St. Ph. 377- ((12170S)
P) old six-string fender electric guitar- 6029 ask for frank or george (b-2t-56-p) Open 9om-8pm 377-6992
custom built boss guitar and ouation 200 custom refinished, re-fretted, graver 2 br. mobile "home' air carpet drapes $65 month Ideal location for studentor
watt amp and speaker all for $100 Call pegs, humbucking pick up, etc call bob partly furnished"' pinehurtl, $130, lot fee couple Air, heat, carpets, drapes. ((1 I-
Now 373-1273 (A-2T-57-P) 378-62781220 s Main $155 (A-2T-57-P) paid 373-0560 or 392-1860 (b-2t-56-p) 6-10))
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DOORS OPEN
AlPacino Open 7 days 377-6992
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I NW. 13th STREET and X aAdON gat x'O trace call 372-1806 or 392.2197 (b-3t-55-
Robert Duvall Diane Keaton I II II 23rd BOULEVARD 2:15-4:45-7:15-9:45 Pj)

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roommate own room
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Robert DeNin I Talia Shire 1 1435 NW 7th Ave. evenings after 7
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ALBERT R BROCCOLI, sHARRYSALTjMA'Ir./'
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Morgana I I I King( JohnCazale I ROGER MOORE Gt t H 1 utilities bedroom gatortown opt. $73 per opts month 309.250, 1.3 sew of

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Mariana Hill JAMES BOND, Femole roomote wonted LAST month"
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village park 119 Call after 5 pm 3785030Iv
message or come by (b-5l-55-pd)
Ford I I [rjppolj I I I I Matin I II Puzo I I LOVE 2 female roommates. needed, for two
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2 br ", bbit. home air condo road.' club ring./olet lewelry, etc prices confidential paid for class call mo.RoomY\pt( \ wontedfor r'2 bdr. opt.' $9p the Corner Drug Store needs your help. If lttrii'Indep'.Ml.fit' Florida JAlli) oMr Milo,;'January) 10, 1975. t'og:13
& pool In Alornor Gd.. paved Orile 373-3804 (c-50-53-c cbrpetedy t eentrol ht-oc, pool. call interested in working with' youth 4
house lot' rent 0 no pets call 373.2831. ) 377-1718) Immediate occupancy Urgent! problems, especially drug-related CDS bAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON, SCU9A! ClASS slant Jon 12 all equip.
o free -Need quiet' female student (e-5t-53-p' ) .NOW OPEN.Sptcioli l \ ( >"rovwieoV Including ( fini,
owned ISO mo. (B-5T.54-P) 'to share will be screening applications for heir, merf jnold,
.tudeft' shore house with spacious 1 1-bdrm opt starting' Jan Near Female to shore plush 2 bedroom apt volunteer workers: Mon.-Fri 8.30-5.30 o' cutting, blow waving for the In look snorkel; BC"ona full welsu'il. International
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couple wonted to bedroom Med. Center Monthly rent' $90.50. Call Wmdmeadow'i' $66 a month plus '/4 util. call 378-1588 (e-3t-55-p) unite*. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W certification." 5 open-water
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graduate 'udeft'' M. lee ot. 377.7013 (e-3t-57.p) beg winter qt AC- good courts Univ. Ave 377264350t53p(| ) dives, all air and textbooks. $33 call
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both, liberal area call fron Scuba Dynamics for further info 373-
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month 372-1727 to 6 pm, 376.5449e.enlftOS home. $70 mo. + 'i utilt Roommate wonted for 3-bedroom opt' $80 friday and Saturday come to room 192 doss starting soon all ages male &
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JIM (b-3t.55-pi) come by and see lot' F4 4000 SW 47th Si. mo Move In Jon.: 17. Call 3778420. bldg e to apply. (MT-57-P)_ female, for reg. A further 'info call The counseling center is ottering a
off Archer Rd.West.' After 5 pm (c-3t-5s! Georgetown Apis (C.AI.55.p) howord 373-8252 (8l-55-pd) ) group for men and women students. who
rent neon campus ot ) Receptionist-part time for low firm 377-
JwVonoblecost., Coll 3739831 between' p.) liberal ron smoking female for own 0773 (E-2T-57-P) Artist needed. To be director of art work with 'to improve their Interpersonal'
roommate own rm In & layout for volunteer Great relationships Thursday 7-9 call
4-br evenings
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'to UF $86-mo for month + '-> utilities 378-6017 opportunity for experience all supplies m-5t-56-chg)
frnsd woods $165 (e-2t-56-p) HOME. $800.00 PER MONTH, POSSIBLE.
dpi aIr carpet own rm call bill
jbdrrn or chuck 3731617. furnished 392.1608. Samson5t55c(| )
Call Dove 377.4550 8.10 pm come by 5T.57.PI) (C- roommate wanted own room in large AGE AND LOCATION DOES NOT MATTER. LEARN KARATE qualified Instructors new
mo The BOOK GALLERY E. buys
6 Umv Ave.
3720 SW I7lh. Ave No. Right on lit drt 2 bedroom opt.' oc, heal., pool, OFFER-DETAILS, SEND 50 CENTS class starting' soon all ages mole &
rd off 19th ov. off 34th St (b2t56.p) Need quiet female student 'to share laundry etc. 100 month + "i utilities, Jan (REFUNDABLE'TO) : TRIPLE S, 300-T4 DEL & sells USED BOOKS & offers BOOK- female, for reg. A further Info call
Mole-femole spacious 1-bdrm opt' starting Jan Near rent '''t price call 372.0727 (e-4t-56-p) ROSA, PINION HILLS CA. 92372. (E.1T- FINDING service S. Monarch Notes. 'It howard 373.8252 (m-8t-55-p)
ROOMMATE WANTED Med. Center.. price (| )
Monthly rent' $90.50. 37891175t55pj
Call. 57-PI)
Hawo lon Village 60-month + V. util.I lee ot' 377.7013. (C-3T-57-P1) Roomote wonted 'to live In house near ._. __ "sit The BOOK GALLERY EXCHANGE, 613 HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
cart I .! 373.2052 or 373-1037 (b.5'.56.plfte.d ) campus Nice, mellow place with BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
NW 16th
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books
AUTOS Ave to your 2 for I
4lh for 4 br opt at village opt $80 Babysitter in my home for 2 child No fireplace. own room $88.00 -t13 of equal value Pork In rear off 6th St., ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
"'nth; male 377-8451 (b5t56.P) housework Good hrt 5 day week utilities Coll now 376-4962 (e-5l-56-p) 73 Kawasaki 1 350 3 cyl street bike good 377-2494 Mon-Sot 1065t( (| .55-p) 373-3059 Donald G. PrattCertifiedAAEH
per Transportation preferred. Call 373.1255 liberal responsible roommate to share two condition, orange, 6000 miles, helmet, fAPH (m-21M8-p)
WANTED after 400 PM. (e.5i-53-p. ) bedroom furnished opt', must be 'tools, chain included, $650 or belt offer The guru says take RN 321 on India's, Scuba Class storting Scuba equipment
osk for religions Wednesday 7 to
1 or 2 female roomotes to shore opt In responsible and willing 'to shore Fred 3776661. (g-3t-55-p) 10. "It Is section 7856 for four evenings credits provided, 4 open water dives, International
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1 female roommate to there f urn. opt. Wmdmeodows. $67 mo. + ' Near med cent & va 49.50 + utilities.' pool tennis Coll Rhonda 378.5743 (c-5t-' utility deposits' Sit I SE 7th St. 378.2841 radio,oir,excellent condition' must sell! host Wild Kingdom)' Repairs, Service,
373-5413 (c.31.55pI) 5S.pd) anytime (c-2t-56.p) Will sell for $1000. Call 377.8184 or 378- KARATE LESSONS Small classes $20 Sales, Rentals,. Aliens Aquatic t Trail
2130g3t55p( ) per mon Evenings, 7 to 9 pm Mon 'thru Center 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233
Wonted Male Roomate (m-fr-55-
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5th Ave (off Uth) (|-5t-55-
mo + Vt utilities' near campus call mark Pontioc Firebird.67, 6 cylinder very good ) Pj)
373-0385, keep trying, central. heat', air. condition, just Inspected runs great' price p VOICE LESSONS- Improve your quality,

Wall hangings 4jjf Clothes liberal(c-5t-56-p) $750. Call 373.9120 anytime (g-5t-56-p) LOST & FOUND odv.control students., 'technique.Just what Taking you've beg., int walled, and

roommate to shore Ige. I bf.
Unique pottery CHT e Gifts for oc, pool,etc. $75.mo. + Vt util. call alan opt. PERSONAL Block P.rslol'cot/ named REGIN lost near fort 377 8192 (m.SI.55plDEPRESSION )

after 4 pm 377.7834 (c-3t-56-p) gator' parking now open on SW 1 3th S,. tl McDonalds: before Christmas' Break call
Jewelry 1 < 'J home decor 1 female roomate wanted' 67.50 rent, + l Is'l Ave pork close 'to bryant, 'ligert, Alan 373-7614 (l-St-55-p)

Bedsprea< Vi utilities. Brand/wine opts call Bobbl norman & little halls. hourly, daily lost: fawn ligt' ton chihuahua near
377-8065 heated' pool, sauna; big rec. monthly rotesl2t56p(| )._ prarie view trailer park, archer rd ART "FOUND"Public

room friendly roo mol... (c-fr-56-p) OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S. reword 373-0258 Please I (l-St-55-p) _

D own room & both' In two br mobile home America, Africa. -Students all LOST A WALLET NEAR HUB PLEASE CALL
Offered
pool & tennis courts 82.50 mo + ''A silt professions and occupations' $700 to ROBERT JOSLIN 373-8471 REWARD. NO
call 378.9375 (c-3t-56-p) $3000 monthly. Expenses paid, overtime QUES ASKED (l-3t-55-p)

d sightseeing Free information Found: books In paper bog at bus stop
HELP WANTEDfull TRANSWORLD RESEARCH
CO. Dept. Gb call 1937
378-0790 for identification ((121.56p U.S. Gov'tArt
time secretary II needed for low P.O. Box 603, Corte Madero,CA 94925 (I6t53p I- )

school position. Should be able to )_ lost small black kitten near frat
remain in position for ot least 2 years. adventures of 'the spirit seek ,the inner house call John collins 372-9303 spe 9

NOW IS THE TIME! Please phone 392-1081 (e-3t-56-p) light In meditative quaker worship ((1-21-56-p) ___rm no. PrintsA
Sundays, 11 1921 2nd
New experiences Get" to know yourselfa am. nw ave.
(friends house J-1T-57-P lost puppy resembles collie. block with
little better volunteer to help yourselfby meeting ) ( )
having .pRE-INVENTORYSALE white neck and 9 wks
legs old lost
helping others be a SAMSON "Be worthy of the trust of 'thy neighborand near
nw 23 ove & 8 it 377-9931
392.2342
volunteer. 11 different' programs. look upon him with a bright and
25% OFF EVERYTHING! Something for everyone call 392-1609 frienHly face."- Baha'i Writings (J-1T- reword ((1-3T-57-P)

(e-5t-56-chg) 57-C)_ SERVICES

Stewardess corporate vet' req. few' Overweight,? lose weight fast., Former
females, schedule permitting occasional ''weight watcher lecturer now in G'villewith SLEEPY HOLLOW riding academy t series of rare coincidenceshas
CASH ONLYNO flying duties' serve refreshments, a faster, better way. Small classes boarding stables' hunt seat Inst outside led the
to historic
discoveryof
course dressage ring trails" excellent
snacks. Usually back same day. call t. only $2.00 per week. Call 377.8352.
several thousand sets of full
boarding 373-1059
moles i 203 Inn 466-3224 facilitiesbox
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Reiti Union Milt odvonct ticket to 'In movies on Friday afternoon COURSESRegistration
I from 12:30 p.m. 4:X p.m. ot ,the, Union Box Office (Second Floor J. TRAVEL PROGRAMThe NON-CREDIT
Wayne Reid Union).At'each Friday Pre-Sole,tickets will be available for
shows 'that' evening 'through' the following Thursday evening
from
for all workshops and lessons will take place in Room 330

In addition the Box Office open one-half hour before eoch show '. r ''19:00 aim/td 4.00 p.m., January 6 through January 17., I
(providing the how hot been sold out during the advance tale)..At
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will have
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Inquiries regarding films may be directed to ,the Program Office ((392-
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One will be in the Second Floor Auditorium, J.
Alt movies In Series
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Wayne Reiti Union. new Travel Information Center at of January 13, 1975. [
Available services are planned to include charter flight to j
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team Saturday f.

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By ANDY COHEN Dorsey and '
Tony Flanagan have :
Alligator Sports Writer roles in the team's early season success.played key ::4w #

Though having a dismal 6.20 record last
University of Georgia has long been
The a year, Georgia'' Coach ,John
Guthrie is not
in the for the Southeastern
cellar-dwellar race
surprised by his team's
complete turnabout. R511
basketball championship.That .
Conference On the other hand, Lotz has been
disap-
is until this year, when they recruitedsix
pointed with his team's lack of
in
outstanding seniors from the high school the consistency
past few weeks.It Q
which changed a once lowly
ranks programinto
seems
as though UF's only strong point
winner.
of
that a statistically has been its free throw shooting as
THE GATOR basketball team with a 1.1
the Gators have the top four foul shooters in ,
conference mark and 5-7 overall will attemptto the conference. > "
overturn this youthful but talented Georgiaclub Mike Lederman
((24.26)) is leading the
Saturday at 8 p.m. on the Bulldog'shome conference followed by fellow teammates

court. Norm Caldwell ((35-38)), Don Bostic ((22.24))
Georgia is also 1-1 in the conference as they and Gene Shy ((31.34)).
recorded a victory over Mississippi followedtwo AS A team, the Gators rank fourth in the
days later by'a decisive loss to powerful conference in scoring, averaging 85.3 points a

Kentucky. game and fifth in the conference in scoring
UF coach John Lotz, still hurting from a defense, giving up slightly over 80 points a
one-point Monday night defeat at Louisiana game.

State, feels that Georgia is a good example of Lotz is expected to continue with his most photo by georg* kochantec jr.
the tremendous balance in the Southeastern recent starting five against Georgia of Don
Conference. Bostic and Norman Caldwell at guard Gene JUNIOR GUARD MIKE LEDERMAN
"GEORGIA HAS completely turned its Shy and Jerry Moore at forward and Chip leads SEC in free throw shooting on 24 of 26 ,,:,
basketball program around," Lotz said. Williams at center.
"They had an excellent recruiting year and The Gator coach has been specially pleased ..
can hold its own with anyone in the con- with the early season performance of Moore,
ference right now." saying "he plays a lot bigger than his 6-4 tremendous penetration." did the Gators make it close.
The Bulldogs are led by senior forward Bill frame might indicate. Lotz is looking for a 40 minute effort
Magarity, who averaged 16.8 points a game "JERRY HAS been a great boost to our against Georgia as he pointed out the Gators "We deserved to win it, Lotz said about
last season. But youth has just about taken club this season, "Lotz continued. "He puts a had a poor first half against Louisiana State LSU. "But we'll have to play even better if we
over the Georgia team as freshmen Jacky lot of pressure on the opponent with his and only in the closing moments of the game expect to beat Georgia.? "



The Independent / Greg Forrer

Florida Alligator / S P ORTS( I Sports EditorSteelers

. Friday.January 10 W5,Pag 15 /





Vikes gear for Big One .




By KEITH CANNON Steeler game) looks to some people like a potential defensive NOW PITTSBURGH is the champion of the entire
Alligator Sports Writer battle. Truth is, if the game is any kind of battle at all, it American Football Conference-with shot at it all.
should be more interesting than the majority of games I-VIII. The Steelers finished 10-3-1 during the regular season.
There is a new team on this year's Super Bowl scene, but This game has possibilities, simply because it pits a team They downed Buffalo easily in the first round of the playoffs,
one old question about the NFL January classic remains the which before this year was never champion of anything at all and after Oakland eliminated defending NFL champion
same- is this the year the Super Bowl will finally be super? against a team which has missed in two tries at the No. 1 spot. Miami 28.26 they surprised the favored Raiders 24.13 to win
Pittsburgh a rookie in Super Bowl society and Minnesota, For the Steelers, the game is a lifelong dream come true for the AFC title.A .
i in its third shot at the championship of pro football, will clash venerable owner Art Rooney. The 73-year-old Rooney stifling defensive job was the biggest factor in the
founded the Steelers in 1933 on an investment of $2,500 won Steelers' win. They held Oakland to a mere 29 yards rushingand
3 the
Sunday EST
at answer.
to provide
p.m. time, has had nothing to intercepted three of NFL Offensive Player of the Year
SUPER BOWL IX at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans at a racetrack. For a long Rooney I
Stabler's turning two into touchdowns.
Ken
(about the most neutral site one could find for a Viking- show for it. passes
COUPLE TillS with a pass rush which leveled opposition
quarterbacks 52 times during the regular season and a
:. championship defense is the result.
/ pER Names to remember on the Pittsburgh defense are the front
\\ BOgy1'Tulane four of L.C. Greenwood, Dwight White, NFL Defensive
Player of the Year Joe Greene and Ernie Holmes.
Station Cornerback J.T. Thomas and safeties Mike Wagner and
Glen Edwards will test Viking quarterback Fran Tarkentonand
Hew Orleans his receivers.

Ian. 12 WHEN THE STEELERS run the football, they generally
call on Franco Harris,who regained 1,000-yard rushing status
S TEE L E R S iHi': Sum's terns-liT mmrmHS : : after an injury troubled 1972. But don't be surprised if Pittsburgh

hartsfii =311 gives occasionally to Rocky Bleier, a Vietnam veteran
and former Notre Darner who gained 98 yards against
1"-- '---- finis- lllsl 1 15 Oakland. Bleier stepped in during the last half of the season,

31& Passes attempted/ 401 when injuries sidelined Frenchy Fuqua.
II_ \ Passes ct.eietel. w m 'Running the show will be quarterback Terry Bradshaw. He
O .iII finally returned to the No. 1 quarterback spot after Coach
21 IT M utttnytH;13 Chuck Noll played an early-season round of "Musical
311! !nrit "fiiliit! per flit 1.1 Quarterbacks" with Joe Gilliam Terry Hanratty and

2(11 fetal. ,ruts' tamed< mini. Itt- ji5i| Bradshaw. Sporting a new beard and new confidence.

1SSIti" \ ,riiJs juiced jmu(. inen .2755litii Bradshaw performed with authority against both Buffalo and

f nuts tot () Oakland.. Pittsburgh will not overwork the passing game. The
22 j'tttusesls Italics' iKiuiif-/ 11 Steelers will probably be conservative when they do go to the

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.y 12 air.MINNESOTA IS IN the Super Bowl for the third time and
full' ---
21 heats for the second year in a row the Vikings are rated the un
\ .. derdogs. This time it's'by two points. Losers to the Kansas
O r City Chiefs in 1970, Minnesota returned last year with a 12-2
Sf. lllis 31. 14Ilfllf"
t\ lef..td'IIUM 32.1/t deteuted'
} PLAYOFF LAMES (
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Pog. It.Independent Florida Alligator.Friday.January 10. 1975 ,,'" '-I....... !

I I'', CYO kicks off indoor track season ',:_____ f


"This is one of the strongest gets underway this'evening at indoor meet of 1975. People entered the half mile. also scheduled tor the bOO and
indoor meets in the U.S. or Cole Field House on the like 880 world record holder IN ADDITION, Tuitt joins 500 yard runs, respectively.Other .
I even the world" said Gator' University of Maryland Rick Wohlhuter distance teammates Steve Gomez, UF participants are .,
>. head coach Jimmy Carnes in campus. great Steve Prefontaine, and Wimpy Alexander and Tom Hesley Bostic in the 60 yard
describing the Catholic Youth Some of the top names in miler Tony Waldrop. Doerr in the highly compctiive high hurdles and pole vaulter k
Organization (CYO) In' international track will be THE GATORS do have fr two mile relay, Wilt freeman: '
vitational track meet which teatured in, the' first major number of entries in the meet. UF's mile relay squad North Carolina's Waldrop
Slated for the 880 is the which won the SEC crown last heads a field of top milers
highly regarded newcomer year and ranked among the that includes FTC members X
'Super'From Horace Tuitt. He'll be tryingto top ten in the nation will see Marty Liquori and Juris i>
defeat Wohlhuter action. Luzins. t > ':
page 15) something which hasn't been That foursome is composedof BARRY BROWN, also of
done in two years. Beaufort Brown, Bob the FTC takes on Prefontalne \:
record, but the Vikes were disappointing in a 24.7 loss to .
Miami.A Olympian Byron Dyce, Rambo, Mitchell Goings, .and and NCAA cross country ,
10-4 regular season record in 1974 brought the Vikings representing the Florida Noel Gray. champ Neil Cusack in the two HESLEY BOSTIC
Track Club (FTC) has also BROWN AND Goings are mile run. .in 60 hurdles
their sixth NFC Central Division title, in seven years. An yard high
impressive victory against St. Louis and a less than impressive
one against Los Angeles brought them back to New Orleansfor
another chance for the Big One. Sullivan wins in debut I It
The success:: of the Vikings depends largely ,upon Fran pro
t t' Tarkenton, a quarterback who has established himself as one
of the best in the game,but who has never taken a team all the By PAT McGRATH experience 1 need to compete turn pro'ook a lot of comments' of his own on
\\ way. Alligator Sport Writer professionally quicker out, weight off my shoulders Mike.
i Flanker John Gilliam is Tarkenton's favorite receiver. Split here than if I continued in because I'd been thinking "I'm sure he made what he
end Jim Lash is less spectacular but just as likely a target. school.", reflected Sullivan ina about it a lot. Now I'm out thought was the best decisionfor
...1. RUNNING BACK CHUCK Foreman did not repeat this phone conversation from here and I know I can win so himself," said Bean "and
7- year his J 1,000-yard season as a rookie in 1972, He did score Mike Sullivan exited UF Ocala. "At school I'd be as Andy Bean says 'When I'm behind him all the way..
C more touchdowns((16))than any player in the NFL this season, for the greener fairways of the playing in, at most, one you know you can do it, do it.' I'll be as happy as can be. if
:' and he is a threat as both rusher and receiver. The Vikes are' professional golfing ranks tournament a month. On the Bean Sullivan's former the next time 1 see him he's
I well-stocked with running backs like veteran Dave Osborne, after last quarter and his tour I'm'playing every week roommate at UF had won S10 J _; I 15,000."
who scored the winning touchdown in the 14-10 victory debut was faultless. and I feel this, will better
against the Rans. Sullivan a sophomore who prepare me for the big tour
The Minnesota offensive line is a mixture of youth and was considered to have a good when I try for that." Gator wrestlersface
experience. There are players like tackle Grady Alderman, a chance to move into one of the,
15-year veteran and a member of the Vikings since their first top spots on this years Gator Everybody of course is
season in 1960. His partner at the other tackle, Ron Yary, is a Golf Team played in the first pulling for Sullivan to do well, Alabama
1 first-round draft choice of four or five years back, and is tournament of the New Space but his number one fan is ;
probably the Vikes' best blocker. Coast Golf Tour this past (and what better name for a By CHRIS GARRITY #
Like Pittsburgh Minnesota has its best defensive playersup weekend at the Disney World golfer's fiance') Sandy Link. Alligator Sports Writer
front. The Vikings' front four of"Purple People Eaters" Golf Course. Naturally Sullivan is f
Carl Eller, Gary Larsen, Jim Marshall and Alan Page As a result Sullivan shot bubbling with confidence and UF wrestling coach Gary Schneider doesn't forsee any
are infamous. They're old, but good. 70-71.171 and defeated Leon optimism in the wake of his problems with Saturday night's Southeastern ConferenceSEC
TWO VETERANS will be worth looking out for in the Crump of North Carolina and explosion onto the minitourscene. ( ) opener with Alabama.
secondary. Cornerback Bobby Bryant and safety Paul Krauseare Gary Baker of Homestead But he realizes the "Alabama has their usual tough team but we shouldn't t
more-than-adequate pass defenders. Bryant was the Fla. in a sudden death playoffto problems he may encounter in have any problem if we wrestle like we did Wednesday night" J
NFC's. interception leader in 1973 with seven pickoffs. pocket the winning check trying to stay keyed up every Schneider said.SCHNEIDER.
So there are the two teams. ,Whether or not they representthe totaling $3,000.Sullivan ,week. WAS referring to the Gators last meet where
l best in the NFL will be good fuel for fireside argument is certainly out of "I've got to be careful of a they swept eight of 10 weight classes crushing nationally
among armchair quarterbacks but for better or worse it's the gate quickly ,in post-tournament letdown but ranked Mankato State 276.
/ Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota. The game may turn out to be professional golf but what 1 feel I can continue to win. The win was the 26th straight duel meet for UF.
trench warfare a slow plodding contest as some NFL prompted him to bid adieu to I've never felt as relaxed' in a Artie Haberman who was ineligible last quarter is back and
coaches and players see it. Or it may be something else. UF tournament as I did in this will go at 126 pounds.
For the fan's sake let's hope its worth'watching. "I thought I could get the first tournament. My decision: Matchtime is 7:30.
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1974 was a banner year for mediocrity. There
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happening that mediocrity buffs had a tough F4M6. LAST I.JO .0' i'l1 i ( t'l ;-
time catching all of them. Here is a partial list of all '
the things you can be glad 1974 is gone for. Quick 111'' Mot} 4 CJo ,k V ,.} Landed!!!
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Alright, we'll admit It We were on the edge of
our seats frozen with suspense over the gripping
One Patty-melt.: drama "Search for a President! The question ran
through our minds, day and night- "Who would
replace Interim Potato E.T. York when his interimran
All the Way out?" Would it be Robert "Doc" Marston or
would it be, you know, somebody else. Or another
vegetable. .an okra perhaps, or a squash.
RING-RINGI! Hello. Yes, this is Steve. Who's After all, replacing E.T.York was a tough job.But,.
this?Patty? Patty Hear-'I mean Tanya of the SLA? as coincidence would have it, the moment'York's
Where've you been keeping yourself? OOoooops interim was up, he became Cancellor of the ,State\ '
Kahoutek I didn't mean look Patty, it's just a figure of University System and Doc Marston Surprise -
Comet : speech-What's an ofay? What? Yeah, it's still in became. a Gator! Tah-dah I love those trick en-
the highlight of 1974Ring the closet next to the machine gune, but I ,don't dings.
know what a right-on revolutionary would want
with her high school graduation tassel. You-wanttohangitfromtherearviewmirrorofthetank -
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Around huh? Okay, I'll send it. Where? What's that? You
want a Big Mac, too? Sure, Patty, 'one more
question..You want it to go???? Hello, Year of the WatergatorFloridians
the CosmosRemember hello. .. .?

didn't have to go all the way to
Kahoutek, the great "Christmas Washington for scandal and betrayal the public
Comet" supposed to,bepsbrjghtand! large,as the, .... ". trust..Hell no. We had plenty here and better tharv- y
,moon? In,the,daytime?. We.don't: need to.tell(.you -- ...... Califomia's too., Gumey was indicted and rather
how this little galactic fart had to struggle to meet meekly decided to call it quits, "Bud" Dickinson
the projected minimum standards and passed from also got the grand jury ticket and Justices Dekly and
one end of our solar system to the,,other, not Boyd ,were investigated.But .
with a bang but a whimper. things weren't all bad. Not only did Tyrie
Oh, you could see it alright if you got up about Boyer quit, but Richard Nixon quit, too. leaving
5 a.m. and squinted through a fairly good telescopeyou Gerry Ford to continue the task of making the world
might have caught sight of it. And what you safe for mediocrity.
saw was a tiny piece of inter-galactic lint squirming

backwards across the horizon.But Iceberg? What Iceberg?
.. what a way to start the year! Like everything
else in 1974 it was hardly worth the effort.

I don't see any iceberg.

From those wonderful Our Alma Mater, hyped by Info Services as"the
Flagship" the State University System, failed to
place a single college in a recent Dean's list of top
people who brought ten professional schools. On top of that, Martin
Curry, a former Teacher of the Year, was denied
'11.'you tenure. Man the boats. Women and departmentheads

Y' dropand add: 'i3= v;: : first. -

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Tigert's confusing rationalizations the tuition, \
'.increase bring to mind the once-honorable As if to prove the older generation did not have a .....
Home of Firesign Theatre fame who said: "You're monopoly on stupid, insipid fads, somebody (God
fipt paying more, you're getting less." Now, we'll Inowswho) came up with the idea that running
repeat that for those of you on drugs. .. through a crowd with no clothes on was a good
,. idea. It wasn't, of course, but before it died downwe t
were besieged with half-wits sprinting throughall
// '<" ,- > sorts of' places with God's standard,equipment
1't'(:: ,: flapping in the breeze. ,
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Boo Key!!! <. Besides that, these things were actually planned.One ;
'H'' \ \ guy at UF notified the press he was going to
i. :;, ; streak across the court at a regionally televised J' I
basketball game, and,by God he did, and sowhat?
;Florida Blue Key said they'would finally,accept! .. Streaking might have had its good side !though.Jt (',
women: l last year, but the decision I Is stiUjOUt on forced people to put tfVeir1nhlbTfic; bout 'their':
whether women will accept them:'l I guess we will bodies out in the open (so to speak) including! the
eventually," said one spokeswoman.<: "But I mean, unconfirmed story that one guy felt so inadequate
ipally they can t dance, they re terrible bores to about his you-know-what thaf. he convinced
',ills, k and on top of that they wear those tacky himself he was Art Linkletter and jumped out a
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Jan. 16 Oldie Goldie Night 9-1 t' Jan. 22-25, 29-31, Feb. 1 ROYAL PARK /II/: ,Freebie! ',and! ,the Bean
Jan. 17-18 Doug Clark& the Hot Nuts
Jan. 23 Oldie Goldie Night 9-1'.
Jan. 24-25 Silver Star Road Band 9-11 :. ., PLAZA I: Jan 10-16 Man With the Golden Gun
,": HIPPODROME: Red Eye of Love 8 p.m.
Jan. 23-26, 29-31, Feb. 1-2, Feb. 5-9
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BILBO & GANDALF'S: Jan. 10-11. Home-Grown' PLAZA If': Jan.8-14 Gone With the Wind
Jan. 13-16 Frank&Gilda and Ron Cantor ": Jan. 15-29' The Groove Tube
UNION DINNER THEATRE: The Apple Tree Jan.24
Jan. 17-18 Dave .
Jan. 20-24 Brouhaha ART
GREAT SOUTHERN: Jan. 8-16 Lenny Bruce Per-
.". r, UNIVERSITY GALLERY: Jan. 10-Feb.. 9 Annual Art formance Film
''.: Faculty Exhibit X Jan. 17-Jan. 24 The Green Hornet
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ALIBI Jarrett & Bob .
: Jan. 16-18 The Paper Chase
GRINTER GALLERY: Jan. 7-31 Display of Posters from Jan. 19 A Man EscapedJan.

the People's Republic of China 21 City Lights' _
.GREAT SOUTHERN: Jan. \\0 Richie Havens 8& 11"i, : < ...."-;..-:,....*. .*.1. .,f Jan.> 22 Nights of Cabrla "''.*" -"'-*..*>' ":_ ; ,
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UNION BALLROOM: Jan. 21 Florida Woodwind Learned to Love the Bomb MED SCIENCES BUILDING: Jan. .13 The Seventh Sea
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INTERMODULATION (backwards) 56 INCHES PER SECOND 8 3 ACROSS IS UNIT OF IT 74 USES HDL DRIVERS ,
3 TURNTABLE FAULT 58 VOLUME UNIT 11 VIBRATE'backwards( ) 75 SONY TAPE- -H-180
4 WHAT WE LIKE TO DO 59 TRANSISTOR TERMINAL 13 HENRY FROM ADVENT KLH, AR 76 TAPE- .
5 PAPER PART OF SPEAKER 61 UNUSABLE TAPE AT ENDS OF REEL 16 SPEED PER FREQUENCY 78 ILL INST. OF TECH.
6 MUSICAL FREQUENCY 63 WHAT SHOULD'T BE THERE 19 NEEDED TO RECORD ON TAPE 79 HIGH OUTPUT BASF TAPE
7 WIGGLE REGULARLY (backward) 64 -WHAT 20 VOLUME UNIT (backwards) 80 COPY "
8 ELECTROSTATIC SOUND SYSTEMS, 66 DYNACO PREAMP (backwards) 22 TELLURIUM ? 82 BROADCAST) CARTRIDGES
9 KEEP ON TRACI 10 UNIT OF MAGNETIC INDUCTION 73 EUROPEAN STANDARDS 25 TEAC DOLBY SERIES 87 DELETE
11 MATHEMATICAL RELATION '74 DUMMY 26 PUBUC ADDRESS 89 MAKES TAPE DECKS
12 WHATS BEING DRIVEN 77 LEMON 27 ROOT MEAN SQUARE 91 TAPE COMPANY
U SLUGxFT-SEC2 81 TWO 28 SPKR CO. SIMILAR TO CLOWN'S NAME 92 GROUND-
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18 CONTROL 86 --FREQUENCY (backwards) 33 COIL 99 THEIR TURNTABLE NOW HAS CUEING
21 ALMOST AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT 88 CARTRIDGE TRACING ABILITY 34 RAY'S NOISE REDUCTION(backwards) 100 HORIZONTAL CURVE
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45 WHAT OU HEAR 114 TYPE OF BASF TAPE 62 BEGINNING AND FINISH 123 GREEK LETTER USED FOR FREQUENCY
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country ; strong, proud men feet, must be burned before the men can cut. Burning The West Indian workers \
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eliminates trash or. excess leaf material which is a villages on the edge of the
They come for six months of hard labor
cutting canein nuiscence if it goes through the sugar mill. cottage houses 22 men and
the 275,000 acres of sugar cane planted in the "The more debris or material that goes out the back live in one village. Although
"black gold" soil 1 around Lake
Okeechobee.
of the mill the more sugar goes out," Lee said. together the cottages appear
They come because they want a better lit, for "Burning also drives out snakes, bobcats, and Workers have no holidays.
themselves and their families.In .
racoons which live in the cane," said O'Neil Allen a day a week fre ,,they use it to
1974, the'sugar industry produced over 823,000tons crew boss from Barbados. from six days cutting.

of raw sugar and 61 million gallons of molasses.The "Cutters won't go in the field unless it's burned," A few men go to town, play
"black gold" of South Florida produced white said Lee.Sugar write letters home.
gold for the sugar industry to the tune of $25 million in '
cane is cut with two-foot long machetes. The "They don't cause trouble in
gross sales.. cutter chops the base first,'leaving the root system to gamble or fight," said Lee.
The dirty backbreaking work of_cutting sugar cane is produce another: plant the following year__-Then the Therefore: no sanitary
an economic'necessity for the'8500 British,Wesf J Indianmen leafy top Is "removed-; *. "- -'- h -v--'. fields norrs-jnere aVifikir/Q/

or "BWI's", who were imported by the sugar The cut cane is put in one pile and the trash in their own jugs of water for
industry in Florida last year. Their importation is another. Cut cane is carried to the houses by rail or Sometimes accidents occur
sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Labor and by harvester trucks. Speeders, machines with conveyer sugar company officials say
governments ,in .the West Indies., belts, load the cane in the field. wear metal shin and arm
The men leave their homes and families and an At the mill, or "Sugar House" the cane is shredded, "You don't have over ,
easygoing life in Jamaica or the Bahamas hoping to squeezed in a tandem mill and the mud is separatedfrom swinging knives without some :
make some money and to see the United States. the sugar juices. The juice is boiled until it One occupational nuisance is
They are desparate for work since the unem becomes very thick then spun in a centrifuge until dry. which the wind blows into the
ployment rate in Ja"aica alone is 25 percent and What remains is raw sugar. the cutters. The wind also
during much of the, year the men have no work exceptfor The left over cane is burned as fuel in a boiler into the food which is served 1
subsistence farming and fishing.The which furnishes steam for the turbines. which carry it to the fields.
younger men say they come for the experienceand There is an increasing move toward use of Lunch and dinner meals are
to see the country. mechanical harvesters but according to Lee kind of meat. Pigs feet and !!
Garfield Sinclair, who is cutting cane for the first mechanization is expensive."A menu. No beverages are 12)I:
time this year said, "I 1 came to try for myself. But caneis year ago a harvester cost $30,000 but this year. The men: do not like all
not good work. It is slave work. We push hard." cost it $100,000.," he said. official said rice is a common
,- The cane cutters see little of this country. They areS He said mechanization may be necessary if the diet.
isolated in company villages and their travel amounts labor force is cut off completely. Vincent Blake said he and
; to occasional trips to the Jittle towns of Clewiston, "Hand labor is more efficient and cheaper," he money on food in the'village
Belle Glade, and Pohokee. said. in towns because the food isn't
I One cutter, who has eight children, has come to The minimum wage increased this year from $2.15to the company $3.00 a day for
Florida for ten consecutive years. "I'm not coming 2.45 an hour as set by the USDA. But sugar companies food is slightly higher priced
back to cut that cane. I can't cut anymore." He is 52. can guarantee work for only / of the employment more of his wages go back to
Vincent Blake who left a wife and seven children,. period even though six days a week, eight The cutters go back to work
says he sends all his money home. He doesn't mind hours a day is considered normal. lunch with a stomach full of rice
hard work. "It's good for a man if he is getting And wages are sometimes below the minirr.jm for several more hours of labor
something for it/' he said. "A man can't work for wage because they are not paid by the hour, but by the end of the day the men
nothing, money Is too small for the work." the "piece rate" or task system. company bus and collapse on
Jamaican labor Is cheap. The minimum wage set by Under the task system a cutter is paid a wage for a but in good spirits. They are
the USDA is $2.45 an hour. certain area of cane. by those who arrived before
The sugar companies like the arrangement, but the "Certain factors are taken into consideration when Some just lie on the ground
use of offshore labor remains a controversial issue. pricing the row or task",, said Lee. "It's condition, others begin to wash dirty
Robert Lee, of U.S., Sugar,claims Americans won't thickness, and height, affect the price." the "changer", or watch !
do the work and says he doesn't know why. If a worker cuts an $18.00 task in six hours he will hall.We
"Cesear Chavez attempted to 'block West Indian make $3.00 an hour. If it is cut in seven hours he will ask a few men who !
labor but he can't get Americans to cut sugar cane," make $2.60. If it takes him eight hours he will make Village if they mind, being
he said. $2.25. The men are ,reluctant. They
"We have teams of people going out to look for "The quicker you can do the work the more, money "It is not good work, mon.
Americans When we find someone who wants to you make. That t is why,the Drained ne,cutter-who terrible thing said Garfield ;
work we pay their l transportation here, but they don't knows what he's doing can make i'Tioney'said Lee.. The Jamaican man has
stay. They don'twant.to work that hard," he said.A "'I 1 believe in that system. If I work harder and faster'I remove;' the stigma attached to t
cane cutter's day begins! at 5 a.m. when he rises I make more money. The problem with this country is the' lowest kind of'work., He

and goes to breakfast. He is 1n the fields by 6:30: and !that our productivity ain't what it shodd be," he' ,;

works eight hours with only a thirty minute break for idded. (See page )
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photographer through the security checkpoint were a I'm a friend of Castro's." procuring UF's first "Distinguished Professor' how.he
bit surprised when he started snapping away at an Inside the car were the photographer, a reporter, immediately felt when he learned of the conviction of
ordinary-looking, middle-aged man. Frank Mankiewicz and two SG diplomats who had four top Nixon aides.
They watched with interest when two young men in signed him to teach a [journalism class at UF. "Exulted, delighted says, opening his eyes
solid, dark suits greeted him magnanimously, Introduced Mankiewicz will arrive on campus just in time to meet wide.Yankievicz.
themselves and hustled him outside to their John Paul Jots! deon of the journalism! ,.college I / says he knew Hcldernan! and Ehrlich-'
car, without stepping to pick: : up luggage. before 'the' class begins.He man ever since i their'UCLA" days.TEhrtfchman) ; in fact
Crammed inside the car speeding toward will teach the class, spare a half hour for a press was secretary of the inter-fraternity council there, and
Gainesville, the men finally had time to ask each conference, and join more press and politicos for a Haldeman was active in student government.He .
other some questions. The younger ones inquired late dinner. He won't see his Gainesville home until says Ehrlichman was kind of a likeable guy. "He
about his flight and the weather in Washington. The after midnight, and he will leave early the next had a sense of humor about himself. Something
older man wanted to know about his class which morning to rejoin his family in Washington.This definitely happened to him along the way. "
would meet for the first time in an hour and a half. is the type of life Mankiewicz became ac- Haldeman, on the other hand, "was pretty much of
"What's the official name of the class? How about customed to as director of Bobby Kennedy's and a shit all the time, I think. He was the type of guy who
the books? What about the local press? Do these guys George McGovern's presidential campaigns.: Even at talked about.'the Red Menace' at age 20. .a serious,
get all three networks? And how many of them get midnight he doesn't lose patience when a drunk right wing, tough guy."
cable?" waitress almost spills hot coffee down his gray suit. The car barrels toward the stadium building and
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Inside the stadium, he meets the dean. Rubin and five public lectures the first of which will be Jan.21, Mankiewicz says ol'Maximum John will put ,them
Margol are grinning ear to ear. It's 7:30. Class begins. not the 14th previously publicized. away for two to five. "Yeh, I think Sirica will remind
"Good evening. Are there really only 75 people He plans to commute from Washington to Mitchell that he was an attorney general."
here?" Gainesville weekly,occasionally bringing his family. Rubin hates to interrupt, but Mr. Mankiewicz is
The answer is no. Sometimes, perhaps, they will stay for longer than tired. He thanks everyone for attending and hopes
By the time the students break for a few minutes, he one or two days, but not often. the Distinguished Professor Chair will be an ongoing
.has them, in! his pocket..He's talking mostly about the His Florida home will be the best apartment at success.
influence of TV in America, a subject he is currently Brandy wine,-at about half the normal price. In addition Understandably proud, Rubin and Margol pushedthe
researching for a book. But he flavors his talk with ,a local auto dealer,anxious to hook up to some program through the student senate and past an
dry-witted recollections of the McGovern campaign."A of the high energy, has donated the use of a car. The unenthusiastic student body president with veto
lot of people voted for Nixon one, two, three, Delta flight attendants would be impressed. power.
five times but nobody liked him." While he teaches, Dean Jones is in his office next Armed with funds supplied by the recently empowered
Today, Mankiewicz says, a candidate should be door, trying to arrange a more convenient flight for student activity and service fee advisory
likeable. Television cameras are merciless to an ill* him in the morning. committee, they began approaching speakers Margol
at-ease candidate. Maybe that's why the Democrats When the class adjourns,Mankiewicz and the press came in contact with during his days as Accent
have no front-runner; they're all vicepresidentialmaterial. crowd'into Jones' office. The dean is all smiles. He chairman.
gives Mankiewlcz his chair. With their noses up against a Nov. 14 deadline, they
Mankiewicz will receive $13,000 to teach this class "How much time will the Watergate heavies spend landed I Mankiewicz as the first Distinguished

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Professor. "Distinguished has an upper case D," he elected.He .
reminds the press as they filter out. "Nol"! gasps the waitress in disbelief. believes Kennedy's story about Chappaq' lddick
At dinner Mankiewicz is more In his element.' He Mankiewicz suggests the famed Watergate sourceis because, he says, if he wanted to make up an excuse
orders scotch and smokes Kool after Kool. actually a composite of several high-level figures: he would have done a better job.
The waitress, who bears a striking resemblance to The waitress flits out, scratching her head. Were Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne1' romantically
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Linda Lovelace, has been hanging around the wrong Tell us about t Eagletonr How did he get the involved: ? "Impossible," says Mankiewicz flatly.
side of the bar. She struts around the' room taking nomination? Mankiewicz says the McGovern camp Mankiewicz. is a tremendous hit at dinner becausethe ,
orders and calling Mankiewicz "Lovey." knew the Missouri senator had been in the hospital, crowd thinks he knows everything. If he doesn't,
He's talking about his trip to Cuba. Castro is a but they never guessed the extent of the problem. he offers a guess or an opinion that sets them reeling.The .
"fascinating, very charming man. I'm convinced he "You'd have to assume that whatever there was in insight that made him an ace strategist for two
could get elected in any state in this country. If he his record would have come out in.four (state) presidential contenders is evident In his thought, andin
was an American politician, he could be President." campaigns." When it became more obvious that his book, "Perfectly Clear: Nixon from Whittier to
He says Cuba's revolution was a success because Eagleton had extensive treatment, perhaps McGovern Watergate."
Castro exported all the opposition. If all the Cubans In should have axed him sooner, Mankiewicz theorizes. Written before Agnew's resignation, the book
Miami were still in Cuba, only a police state could "McGovern was at his best as a human being, whenhe speculates about why an ailing President would force
keep them under control. As it is, there is practicallyno was at his worst as a politician." from office a justashurting"number two man.
drug problem,'no prostitution there. The streets. Yet Mankiewicz says Eagleton was his first choicefor "If Agnew will only resign, Nixon thinks the ap-
Mankiewicz says, are Immaculate. the slot, after Ted Kennedy. And he says Walter pointment of a strong, scandal-free vice president to
"Havana is like Miami Beach if you didn't paint it Cronkite, "the most trusted man in America," was take his place would enhance the notion that he has
I for 1 10 ,years." also on the list.Mankiewicz put Watergate behind him and is moving on 'with the
',_ As Mankiewicz wolfs down a steak, talk turns to is optimistic about Kennedy's future in business of the country." ,
Watergate. "Who was Deep Throat t?" someone asks,' politics. He could run in eight years and still be the And despite a "bland" presidency, Ford has filled
as the waitress approaches. youngest president ever besides his brother. In 16 the bill. After all, Mankiewicz says, "The national
"There's a consensus in Washington that there was years he'll still be younger than Nixon was .when mood may very well be 'leave us alone'-not 'bring, us.
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reminds the press as they filter out. "Nol" gasps the, waitress in disbelief. believes Kennedy's story about Chappaq l iddick
At dinner Mankiewicz is more in his element. He .Mankiewicz suggests the famed Watergate sourceis because, he says, If he wanted to make up an excuse,:
orders scotch and smokes Kool) after Kool. actually a composite of several high-level figures; he would have done a better (ob.
The waitress, who bears a striking resemblance to The waitress flits out, scratching her head. Were Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne1 romantically
f Linda Lovelace, has been hanging around the wrong Tell us about t Eagleton- How 'did he get the involved? "Impossible," says Mankiewicz flatly.
side of the bar. She struts around the room taking nomination? Mankiewicz says the McGovern camp Monk iewicz. is a tremendous hit at dinner becausethe
orders and calling Mankiewicz "Lovey." knew the Missouri senator had been in the hospital, crowd thinks he knows: everything. If he doesn't,
He's talking about his trip to Cuba. Castro is a but they never guessed the extent of the problem. he offers a guess or an opinion that set them reeling.The .
"fascinating, very charming man. I'm convinced he "You'd have to assume that whatever there was in insight that made him an ace strategist for two
could get elected in any state in this country. If he his record would have come out In.four'state( ) presidential contenders evident in his thought, andin
was an American politician, he could be President." campaigns." When it became more obvious that his book, "Perfectly Clear: Nixon from Whittier to
He says Cuba's revolution was a success because Eagleton had extensive treatment, perhaps McGovern Watergate."
Castro exported all the opposition. If all the Cubans in should have axed him sooner, Mankiewicz theorizes. Written before.Agnew's resignation, the.book
Miami were still in Cuba, only a police state could "McGovenYwas at his best as a human being, whenhe speculates about why an ailing President would force
keep them under control. As it is, there is practicallyno was at his worst as a politician." from office a [ust-as-hurting-number two man.
drug problem,'no prostitution there. The streets. Yet Mankiewicz says Eagleton was his first choicefor "If Agnew will only resign, Nixon thinks the ap-
Mankiewicz says, are immaculate. the slot, after Ted Kennedy. And he says Walter' pointment of a strong, scandal-free vice president to
"Havana is like Miami Beach if you didn't paint it Cronkite, "the most trusted man in America," was take his place would enhance the notion that he has
for 10 years." also on the list.Mankiewicz put Watergate behind him and is moving on 'with the
',. As Mankiewicz wolfs down a steak, talk turns to is optimistic about Kennedy's future in business of the country.'" .
Watergate. "Who was Deep Throat?" someone asks,' politics.. He'couldrun in eight ,years and still be the And despite a "bland" presidency! : Ford has filled
as the waitress approaches. youngest president ever besides his brother. In 16 the bill. After all, Mankiewicz says, 'The national I
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Three grad assistants regain theater positions By KAREN MEYER Allgater Staff Write, Three ol tour graduate assistanceships cut from UF's theater division of che Speech Department last Friday were restored Thursday afternoon. Director of theater Dr. James Hooks had said the loss of the assistants would mean curtailment or elimination of UF's theater prOgram. "THAT'S TIlE last thing we wanted to do. but we have no where else to go'" said UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson referring to the jour students hit by the cut. Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said it was through the juggling efforts of Asst. Dean Ruth MeQuown of the College of Arts and Sceinces that funds were found to restore three assistanceships. Bryan said funds had been sent to the t allege to alleviate 'a problem in Zoologv.' He said that problem then worked itself out and McQuown was able to apply those fund, to the theater assistanceships. RON STEGER, (Gerrard IDuffin and C(ndx Dutlin were reinstated to the three assistanceships rhe fourth assistant. Orville Starnes. was not reappointed. Hooks said the decision of which three to reinstate was based on academic' progress. financial need and area of expertise. Speech Department Chairman Ed Hutchtnson said Wednesday he had not made a recommendation to restore the assistanceships because he had not received any funds from the otlice of academic affairs to allocate. ALTHOUGH the division had hoped all tor a .1. t ant e% 1p5 w;ou Id be restored Hock said. "Ut coirse. that's all they're doing or ansbodi. I guess." He said the rest(,rationT 0t three would probably allow the theater to go on with it' cheduled season this quarter-. "Undoubtedly. we're going to have to cut a few corners." Hooks said. 'But we're going to try to meet our obligations fur the rest of the quarter." TECHNICAL director of theater Dr. A.F.C. Wehlburg said they were' going to have to cut back on the complexity of the shows. "And probably -I'll have to see -control the number of people who comc in to work."' he continued. Wehlburg said he requested an increase of two graduate assistants at the end of last quarter because the four assistants he had werr 'pendmig more time teaching studeis ho'. to build than building, 'and he needed adidititunal help. THE GRADUATE assistants train about MX) students each quarter in building and tearing down sets. lighting, sound and all major technical work involved in theater Duflin said he was grateful to those people who got us back. "But it still means one of us In essence gets hurt and that will still hurt what we the theater division can do."' he said. Starties, who was not reinstated, said he was 'trying to figure out what to do, right now" "I really have no idea what ll do. Find a job, quit school, maybe go hack to Missouri. I don't know," he said. The Independent Florida 'gator PubIshed by COmnpu. Comnmunkoflons Inc. Golnasvill., Florida Not offIcIally osoccacnd welt t. Ucivertity of Flonida FRIDAY JAN. 10,1975 VOL. 67, NO. 57 Florida Cri'net chops regents funds By GAMY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer T he Florida Cabinet cut $8 5 million trom the Board ot Regents tBOR) budget Thiursda5., [he reduction was part of an austerity program '.hitch includes a total of 1120 million cut from the amount already allocated to 'tale agencies for this fiscal year. State Budget Director Joe Cresse said the Florida Adnimistrative Commission. consisling of the governor and his cabinet, made the cut-backs on his office's recoinmiendat ions. THE CUT-BACKS are part of an austerity move which will atiect all state agencies. Revenues will be at least $232 million less than originally planned and budgeted. This year's budget has had to be cut to match that figure. Har Tme s AtUF State University System Chancellor Robert Mauti said somic cut-backs i'ere imposed in early December so the expected cut-backs imposed Thursday would not come in one large segment. MAUTZ7 SAID the BOR is short $2.5 million in funds plus about S500.0 mn utility rate increases. "We do not yet have guidelines" determining where the cuts would come and who they would affect specifically, he said. photo by ondv newmn TOO BUMPY Heovy equipment has already mode *iatS of the newly established Sw Archer unusable The temporary pt follows Archer Rood rnm the UF campus acuth to 34th Street, and was opened earlier this week. J Most of our money is in salaries, Mlautz 'aid 'We'll have to see what we can do. "INDIVIDUALS will he hurt," Mauw, .aid. But he added it will not be arn expensive reduction m~ itself. Maut, expressed concern about I he latk of 'tate funds which will be available next year "The problem is that this will extend ito the next tSeal year.'' he said 'There is no relief in sighi for next year." "WHAT WE'RE likely to have is the same amount (of nioney) as this year or less," he said. Mautr I istedt new schools and programs such as the LIF dental school'\ program. as the most likely targets of the cut-backs. State Fducation commissionerr Ralph VSec 'Regents page Iburi Fall dorm rent may rise with electricity rate hike By GLORIA AKEL Algtor Staff Wrr An increase in dorm rates for next fall will be proposed to UF President Robert 0. Marston by Director of Housing James T. Henunessey to meet the rising cost of electricity. "l don't know right now how mueh of an increase we will be proposing," Hennessey said. "It could be 55 to 510." SFlorida Power Corp. UF's energy supplier. was granted a $33.3 million rate hike Monday by the Public Service Commission. HENNESSEY said the cost of electricity for dorms and outside lighting for campus and married housing projects jumped almost 300 per cent since last year. Housing currently has a budget at $4650 and Hennessey estimates costs will be almost S585.O(E nexT year. Approximately 1220.000 "as spent a year ago. Before a definite figure is proposed, Hennessey said he will also have to consider price hikes that are likely to occur between n'. and next 'ear for .ater and sewage. He 'aid air conditioning in the drm hallways will ,lsc. be figured in the new dornm rate. DORM RATES increased 110 a year for .,iv-cinditioned dorms this tall, and 56 to $7 for non-air conditioned. Hennessey said a four per cent salary increase for housing employes must also be reflected in a rent increase, The salary increase is the result of housing paying an eight per cent pension for employcs. EMPLOYES formerly paid half the pension, and housing paid the remaining four per cent. "We're following in the footsteps of the university and paying the entire eight per cent now." Hennessey said. All money used to pay housing enmployes comes from rents since no money is given to housing from the university, he said. A SPECIFIC price increase should be proposed to Marston within 10 days. he said. I approved by Marston, the new rate wduld then go to the Board of Regents tor approvalCalvin Greene, director of the Physical Plant Division, said he did not know how much UF's 125.000-a-month electric bill will increase because at the flerdda Power price hike. "We're still in thedark asto what effect the Increase will have on the university," Greene said, after talking with Florida Power officials Thursday. Ur faces an approximate 51.5 million deficit in electric bills itr this ypar. L.

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Pg 2, Th. ndependent Flo.-do Alliqotor Frdoy Jonuory 0o 1975 CIA asked to secretly WASHINGTON IUIPII -The CIA, In a conFidential I disclosed Thursday. began soliciting U.S. companies las to conduct a secret study of transportation systems b developed by some of America's major NATO allies as wi the Soviet Union. Ihe disclosure exposed the agency to yet another pos area of controversy and investigation, and Sen. Richai' Schweiker. R-PA .said he would push for a watergate' Senate investigation to determine whether the CIA "established an invisible government of its own. IN AN earlier development Thursday. Justice Departi cofficiat James Devine disclosed that the Justice Departi had asked the intelligence agency in 1970 to monitor activities of some 9,0(X) Americans overseas to deter whether there were apy foreign involvement in U S. ani protests and civil disorders. UPI obtained a copy of the CIA contract solicitation Ie shortly after Schweiker had disclosed its existance and nounced he would seek creation of a select Congressi committee to investigate whether the CIA has exceeded Ibreign intelligence charter. Dated Nov. 26, 1Q74. and signed by CIA contracting of John C. Dougherty. the letter expressed feats that air ground transportation systems being develord in se' companies study a le etter ftore~gn countries miight challenge America's tec s h n. I 'gy by the late l9&)'s. It invited an unspecified number of U companies in effect to spy upon these nation' by secretly helping to assess their efforts. DOUGHERTY'S letter named Britamn. France. West Germany. Japan and Canada. as well a' the Soviet Union. among the nation s targeted for study, and said in part.: "It is the purpose of this study to assess foreign technological research and development efforts and policies which may lead to developed systems having a competitive impact on the international transportation field through the mid-to-late 19S0's "Using his available resources, the contractor will Acquire technical information and develop a data base on free world developments in ground and air transportation technology." THE LETTER asked that "knowledge of this solicitation be limited to a need-to-know basis within your company" and said that, if the company decided not to participate. 'This letter and all correspondence is to be returned.Imipressing the need for secrecy, it also said no froeign nationals employed by the companies were to participate in the study. Schweiker said he agreed the U.S. government should be interested in toretgn nationals employed by the companies were to participate in the study. Sohweiker said he agreed the U.S. government should be interested in foreign civilian mass transport technology. "But I do question why this information isn't being openly obtained by the Department of Commerce or Transportation instead of secretly procured by the CIA. "This latest discovery adds new weight to the charges that the CIA has exceeded its charter and established an invisible government of its own." $ 750 million arms deal mode WASHINGTON lUP!) -The State Department disclosed fliursday the United States has agreed to sell Saudi Arabia several squadrons of older-model jet lightens, plus the support equipment and pilot training to go with them, in an arms deal '.orth about, S750 millon. It was the second major procurement of Western armnanents the Saudis have made recently. They bought armoved equipment and missiles from France last month. STATE DEPARTMENTspokesman Robert Anderson said the $750 million would cover the transfer of Northrop Fighter Interceptors -mostly the FSA model which is the oldest and least sophisticated plane in the F5 series -plus spare pants. support equipment and a pilot training program. Anderson declined 10 say exactly how many planes were mnsolved. lain other officials said there would be about 60 fIghlers comnprsing three squadrons. '-'375 MONDAY ,3OCril~IQOJIEFELIXGREENE R~i'ZUNICNA4JO 93O USCHiNA PEOPLE S FRIENOSrHP A3SOCIAtiON -1--5 'UESDAY400 IMIGRAU'ON LAW ;RA,., PE2TANA PLACE REiTU UNION 3 633 730-A IN CHiNKSEANER FRAr PL ANA, -6Th5 WEDN*SOAV r3c"MowENr TOCRiTiQiZE *JFUGUSAND LIN PJC W.SEAKERMiLESSrnfKCER,MC CAR'Y AiD 1H6-75 THURSDAY 700 #fMrOJSUA N0RN4 03O'4EALTH CARE IN CHiNA' WEAKER MWGARET MEGILL#iEiCA lSCENCE AUDTORIUM 17-75 FR'0AY 73O0" ICHI SPEAKERBECKYHAMILTON', .WS'. EMPORARY CHiNESE MrTACTS-FlA mATEMAOtSEUM, -+75-s-7i-I C fTEMcRRY CHIAESEPOSTER EXtRIT GRrNTERGALLERS, CH.NSE P iT ExHisir 2WD FLOOR RErrZUmN ARS SCIENCES SENT CONI In response to questions, Anderson said the United States had "no concern' that the sale might escalate an arms race in the Middle East and said he wardunatare of any complaint by the Shah (of Iran) or others" about the buildup of Saudi military power in th oil-rich persian Gulf region. HE SAID the United States hashad a continuing defense arrangement with the Saudi Arabians for some yars" and the administration believed the warplane sale would enhance Saudi Arabia's ability to help defend the gulf area. News of the sale was broadcast first by Saudi Arabia' Riyadh Radio, which said the contracts had been signed last Saturday. U.S. Oflicials said American Ambassador James Aikins attended the signing ceremony. The agreement was made within the tramework ot the joint U.S.-Saudi Arabian agreement on cooperation concluded early this year $0' oOLD-TJIME A tMys kog ?r pcA) S S ess un-4xu1 AN MING ORIENTAL 403 NE NE 23id Ave (Corner of N.Main & 23rd CHIINE EAND JAPANKIEF100w Gwoern, gifts, Ssp.e ow. 100 Egg Roll Skn Nd, Lout. *Idn IAART Aye) N~oodes S. informed Stay alert r-ECRN -1 Layoffs work at deepening U.S. recession UPI I housands of American workers Thursda received Iayofl notices, a Cabnet member urged comnpassion ftr the jobless and the next chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee promised a multi-billion dollar tax cut for low and middle income groups. Tfhe deepening recession prompted Rep. AL Uliman to predict that the committee would approve the tax cut by March I to get more money to the people who will spendi it. put 'I back into the economy and build it up." C HRYSLER CORP., with a l3-day backlog of cars, said Thursday that tour of its assembly plants will be closed next week and 62,300 workers idled. The layoffs will include 14,800 on short-term furloughs and another 47.500 on indefinite layoffs -almost 44 per I ent of the firm s hourly work force. Thc No. 3 automaker listed 39.400 workers on open-ended layoffs this week. Texas Instruments, Inc., said it would have to drop 9.0X) workers, 2.000 in Texas. New England Telephone C'o. said it would furlough 75 management employees and (X.X) other workers Feb. I. The company dropped 775 people last October. UNITED AIRLINES said it isfurloughing599becauseot reduction in flights. Motorola, Inc., will lay off 375 at ats IArcade. N.Y. plant later this month. Arizona Public Service Co. said it will drop 182 from its construction departments mostly in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Westinghouse Electric will drop 65 workers at a lamp plant at Bath. N.Y. Honeywell. Inc. said it would lay off 800 of its l9,X0) worker, over the next six months. Labor Secretary Peter J. Brennan. in a speech to state employment officials, urged them to show compassion and understanding to the hundreds of thousands of Americans who are applying for jobless relief for the first tame in their R efin ers p ush for contract DENVER (UPI) -Representatives of the 60,00)-memnber Oil. Chemical and Atomic Workers Union sought Thursday to win a new contract agreement *nd avert selective strikes Friday against some of the nation's major oil companies. Union President A.F. Grospiron said he would make the strike decision, but that If the strike were called it would not involve a nationwide walkout. "Nobody wants a strIke," Grospiron said. Grospiron said strike would be limited to certain plants anid would ha'e in, immediate effect on the nation'S gasolimi supplies. G rospiron said most of the nation's refineries are hiiils ititonmated and could be run for a time by skeleton stltis L't rmlnagemenlt persoil. THERES MOt TO SEE WiTH l V Channels, A weatner charneL UPI News, New York Stock Exchange, 2FM statlocs 0 TV vChannels, and 9 FM and AM VIEVISICINCABIECO. INC. 02 N. MAN St. IM Generator Service Alt.rmotors -StartersForeign Car 508 N. Bi Avej PORTED PARTS ACCESSORIES i IT FOR ALL FOREIGN CARS ASK AhtAUT OUR SIUCS4T DISCOUNT MON. -RI. 9:00-t:OO FM SAT. 10:00-2:00 PS 102 .MAN ST. 37Read the Gator 0$t the dirt! thday capAsulNe 1-

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Th. Independsn* Florido Allgotor Frdoy Jonu,.ry ID, 315. Pcg. 3 Graham tells of education sacrifice ROBERT GRAHAM .Chairman of the Flo. woofse education committeeGris wold ere By STUART EMMRICN telligence Agency was involved in domestic spying, will be a guest professor at UF this quarter. Griswold, U.S. solicitor general from 1%67 to 1972. will be giving guest lectures and will meet with students and faculty at U F's College of Law as a part of the distinguished visiting professor series., FUNDS FOR distinguished 'professors come from the Alumni Association, according to Law College Dean Joseph K Julin, Julin said Griswold will be at the college for a month, starting January 13. and will participate in classes and talk with student and faculty committees. Johin said Griswold will also be a 'teacher and consultant on the ftiture of law education." GRISWOLD, because of his work with the presidential commission, will be commuting between Gainesville and Washington during his stay. Since his appointment to the investigating commission. Griswold has been the subject of a controversy over testimony he gave in connection with a U.S. Senate and grand jury investigation of International Telegraph and Telephone Corp. A copyrighted story in the New York Times reported sources "with tirst-hand knowledge of the case"* said Griswold was tinder investigation by a grand jury last year Griswold was never indicted by the grand jury and has refused to comment on the article. B, TOM SIIRO)ER Alligator Staff Writer I lie next tw o year' are ikely to be a ltime ol sacrificee or educational institutions and individuals," Robert Graham. chairman ot the Florida senate education committee. said thursday. Although state revenues are about the same a' I 973-74, they are down 10 per cent from the projected increase. A 12 PER CENT inflation rate will make the spending power of state revenue shrink that same 12 per cent. Graham said Since the university system's slice of the pie will remain about the same, state schools will wimd up with more students and an allocation etfectively 12 per cent smaller than 1973-74. he said. gA SIMILAR proposal izzeled out at the BOR level a year The policy center would study long-range objectives in educational or social policy "using the resources of the academic communityy" UP President Robert 0. Marston said. Graham agreed the center was needed "in a system generally devoid of anticipatory mechanisms," but would have to have a lower priority than other programs presently fbndcd with -UF money. UF Vice Presidents Harold Hanson and Robert Bryan argued against the establishment of a state-wide common course-numbering was advantageous not only for students attempting to transfer within the state, but for equalization of funding based on a graduate-undergraduate dichotomy. One school can receive more funding for a course labeled 5(X) than another school will receive for an identical course Drug city, county op By GLORIA AKEL Alligator Staff Writer The Alachua County Drug Task Force, short of federal innds, has appealed to city and county commissioners for additional money needed to keep the unit in operation for at least another eight months. Letters asking for $43,516 were mailed Thursday to the commissioners, alter a meeting of Sheriff Joe Crevasse, State Atty. Eugene TF. Whitworth. University Police Chief Audie Shuler and Chiet Nolen W. Freeman. CITY AND county funding is needed, according to sheriff department official Lu Hendrey. to make up for the loss of' federal funds which will run out on ian. 31. The task force has received federal funding for the past three and a half' years. The region three criminal justice planning council gave higher priorities to other criminal justice programs this year. putting an end to guaranteed Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) money. Criminal Justice Planner Wayland Clifton said. HENDREY SAID there is a possibility of council funds being made at any time during the year if funds are available. If federal funds are not secured, Hendrey said the proposed city and county money would last until September -the Labeled 4(k., Graham, sal Hianson and livan L(,lcededt imla; be mfev it.abMe for the first ranster rfrlm Junor colleges. erection funds beginnng of a new fiscal year for both the city and county. Sheritt Joe Crevasse said it was still possible for federal funding to be coming. HE SAID the force would be funded either locally or federally, but said he preferred federal funding. Chiton said it is "more than likely" the unit will get unused federal funds A verbal comimittment Irom state officials in Tallahassee is expected beibre the end of the month. Clifton said. No pa rk ing in F la gle r Students parking at the Flagler Inn are going to have to find a new parking lot beginning next week. according to Flagler Inn Sales Manager Phil Schlegel. Schlegel said. "By the middle of next week we plan to 'tart towing cars aw&ay" "Parking gets worse each quarter, and we just reached our limit,"' he said. The student parkers are easy to spot because they are usually carrying books and heading across the street to campus. Schlegel 'aid. tvo years to course systems assure smcxoth HOWEVER, they argued against any nterfercince in the "unique development of couse offerings'' in the tipper d vision' of the nine state universities. Any problems with ilated course levels could be solved by Task force ordered by university system officials Bryan said Bryan said this solution would be cheaper and maintain the freedom of separate institutions GRAHAM asked why this method had not been used the past to remedy the problem. "When academic solutions aren't used, the problem conies to the attention ot the legislature and they devise a political G""raham "shaidlegislative heating was needed to give both sides a chance to air their views. Although the project is already in progress, it is not too late for a change, he said. From what I can tell, ilation will continue to rise faster than revenue In the nzext few years," Graham said. THIS WOULD mean a continuation of present financial difficulties at UF. Graham was at UP for a conference with top administrators to exchange views on legislative issues concerning educational issues that will come before the legislature this spring. Administrators received a pledge from Graham to bring up a UF proposal for the establishment of an academic policy study center -"hopefully in Gainesville" -before the Board of Regents. rebuildin responsibility re chartering T H BROT HE RS OF T HE T DC 0 FR AT ERNITY INVIT E YOU TO T HEIR WINT ER RUSH. INFORMA TION AND RIDES CALLt FOR 377-4497 T ask Force searching for I. Applications are now being taken for the following positions within Student Government Productions: SGP CHAIRMAN Production Director Program Director Applications will be reviewed and an election held by the SG Executive Committee. AppIlcatons are available In the~ rw Student Government Office, 305 J. Wayne Reltz Union. Deadline for submitting applications is FrIday, January 17th at 4 pm.

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.~ndepen$.n. Florid. AJIgaqr Frday, Jonuory J O, isf U S to b lik Sovet s By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer U Alvin Weinberg, former director of the U S. energy research and development office, said Thursday the governnment is heading towards the type of economic planning that is used in the Soviet Union. The plan. Project Independence, is essentially dhe blueprint tot a national energy policy involving government planning more elaborate than similar plans enacted In communist countries. Wemnberg said'. BECAUSE of the deepening energy crisis. "one way or mother we are going to have more central planning, which mean' in some sense less freedom. Weinberg said Wcinherg, who spent his time in Washington mn an office next door to the President's In the Executive Office Buiding. wa' concerned with planning for energy self-sufficiency. Protect Independence cost 110 million to write and research I put into eitect. the plan will cause a breakdown of ihe prescni market system on many fronts This breakdown mnay extend to social and political institutions as well, Weinberg said. "THERE IS A lot of concern that the whole utility industry may he going bankrupt [his could lead to nationalization," he said. When asked it he approved of the direction he believed government poticy to be taking. Weinberg answered. "I don't think there's a lot oN choice. 'The Arabs are holding all the trumps. The only weakness I can see in their position is that oil is a finite resource. Someday the oil in the Mideast will dry up." he said. HOWEVER Weinberg didn't know if the "weakness" could be expio'ted. Weinberg said he couldn't say if Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's hint of the possible use of force to protect American interests in the Mideast was an attempt to show K issinger's own frump card. Turning to energy development. Weinberg said he saw nuclear-fission-generated power as the major energy option open to the country. RECENTLY, opposition to the development of nuclear fission has surfaced on the grounds of safety. photo by *ric .,trdn ALVIN WEINBERG former energy research director With 100 reactors in operation. the chance of accidental explosion is about one in three hundred million or "less than the chance of being hit by a meteor." he said. Paul Ehrlich. a prominent environmentalist, called for the abolishment of nuclear reactors due to the dangers of accident, radiation leakage and radio-active waste storage. "EHELICH is a menace. He's totally wrong," Weinberg said. Although he sees the development of solnr and nuclearfusion-derived energy as longshots. Weinberg said, "We have no choice but to see if there is anything to them or not."' Weinberg is a long-time friend of UP President Robert 0. Marston. He is in Florida on the first leg of a 'winding-down" vacation that will continue at his home in Oak Ridge. Ten,.,. site of the first atomic explosion in history. economic planning policy HEALTH ENFORIIIATION ltetr'a note; inside InformatIon is a weekly feature In the Independent AllIgator, providIng readers with authorltatlvt Informstlofl on all nspeet. of pronaJ health and pollcifl of the Student Health Service. Bring your quentons to room 303 Reiti Union or the lobby of the Student Health Service. For further informatIon pin.e contact the Health Education Office eth. Student Heald, SenlieRoom 307. How teed'.v are jUl'.? rhe effectiveness of JUD's consist of a two per cent failure rate; 25 women out of every taco women during a 12-month period will become pregnant. as compared to the pill, one "Oman per 1.0(X) women for S 12-month period. How doyoo tellhow mnehdnepyou should get? No one knows why we need to sleep or what sleep is -but 'ic do know that it's a natural biological rhythm whereby our body processes slow down. Each of us has his or her own pattern. To determine yours, go to bed and sleep till you wake up naturally and leel ready to get up -this is usually from six to nine hours. It's Important tot you to gauge your own pattern. fbr too much sleep is just as latiguimg as too little. Does cIgarette smoking caune heart trouble? It has not been proved that cigarette smoking is a direct cause of heart disease. However, studies strongly suggest that it contributes to or speeds up the development of coronary artery disease which leads to heart attacks. How ewn one avoid waiting to see a doctor at the Student Health Servicns? Waiting time may be significantly reduced by making a physicians appointment in advance of your visit. The number to call is 392-1190. What happen. toyoswhat you have low blood sugar? Blood sugar (glucose) is the only fuel which brain cells and other nerve tissues can use for oxidation into energy. Therefore, with low levels of blood sugar, one's thinking and orientation becomes clouded. One may develop headaches. trembling of the hands, excessive perspiring (signs of increased nervousness) and eventually coma. flCt.ttMENt #. ORIEWrIAION Ttaesdty Sa. 14 7:3 m' R.J4A Un)0' AwtdItor rn(ZNA Flo) Call 'a avy4In at 392.-i4O

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Opat to rnow yourself sundays 1I arm I 92) nw 2nd ave rter tOll!rpeer to Aelp yourself [friends meeting house) (J-IT5-) -g other-. be a $AAA.5N "Be worthy of the treut ci thy neIghbor 1I driferent programs and loo& upon him witH a bright end on evrone -F32 .efrien -o eho Wriins J I 9) __ __ __ 57-C) iscorpo'ote vet ren few Overweight' tone weighI fast Porn,., cheduhe perrrailr,0 orcosiorial weight watch.r leciuren now in Gville Ct~s Ci C reC re shrnenIs, wnth a fasten, better way Sitoll clot. y U aocg se A y rol I only $2 0 per w ee & C oll 377 8352 ded 'o be dlrerior ot art work New enlpernences get to know yourself lo r soiunreer prrgrorn great i little better vOl unicer Ho help yourself 5 or a ptIrit ci I suppi Cs by hel1pinig oilers be a $ASON 19. r D6 eSi 545 col u ntet I1 dferernt programs ARI'ST $2 per hr IS bri per Someth inng For everyone caii 392-6 a me Kand ,Jrrwogl charts (I St 56 chg) ogo'ype 'Or inaput The counseling canier and the womens 5s iCnl Alral W FIictreaiher wel' ins count. 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ONE NIGHT ONL Y Tickets Available At: RnbeI Discount Young American Shps'. lha Musc Co. & Great southern Box Office Cimuua ii anl Yo %bi i~ INelire ilesitr FIl4.% For th. dorm a, den, we how. nosilgia pub minorr, btouiful stolned gloss tlflony lamp Sh-d.; fran.d old.e gol-'dir n,A.20. 30'.40'.: ---~c m-ol .culpturfigure. and xcenc brvus A bran. woll hanging.: rvlned wooden hotchcover oabIes be. pius much, morn, Ou'locollon lsotI249NW SbAve. (Inside ShopOe, behind sound Clity SAUCE DOYLE.PUlOPUIETOI 377-S71O The indepebdent Hordc AlIgoder. >,W~r'IK 1i~r rz.r t U -8 -S r~yr. 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Wednesday evernogs to l~ok, course on India'. rerron, QN 321 0, 4 i edit, section 7656(m 3r 55 p) APATE tJNIFORMS Top qunlrry scoredd f'rr$24 up 12)5 NW 5,1hAve I bLk east of 13th St Gv.ile Sc, of Vr vote do mon wed fri evening ott 7 r~m 3781 7131 (m St 55 p) E.tirc ed typist willHype term papers he,.s or d isserrol.ori Fost 8 ocuote Ser iCC ci reasonable rate, Coll 373 8923 Ir, l1t 55-p) WltREt F0* SIGHT "The Eyeglass Super Mart UMIVEltSITY OPTICIANS 30 SW dhAve 376-4480 Ln" 50-53-c) OEPIUUU MtiG P Offered Art Pint A series of rare coincidences has led to the historic discovery of several thousand sets of full color antique art prints that were "lost stnce I937' They are now being offered to the American pub! c Eleanor Roosevelt Back in 1937. immediately followmng the depression years, Mirs Eleanor Roosevelt and a select group of a dozen nationally prominent people formed a voluntary national committee for art appreciation to create an art program, that woud gve he ublc a wellneeded moral Iftlit was the committee s decision to select the world's most famous paintimgs from the 16th, l7fh, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries -the best paintings of Matisse, Van Gogh. Gaimsborough, Picasso, Uduguin Titian. etc ,and to reproduce them in full color as perfectly as humanly possible and make them available to the public at a price wiThin the reach of nearly everyone Abandoned In 1937 For some unknown reason. after a quantity of these beautIful reproductions were made the entire project was abandoned and this col ectrnof perfect reproductions was stored in a Brooklyn warehouse, where they remained undisturbed since I937 The lost collection was "rediscovered' and leading lithographers and art critics agree that the subject matter and quality of detail and color reproduction is incredibly Sccurate Over $50. 000 had been spent to make finely These authe ttivtr atn93 prints are laterally colectorsitems and have been appraised by the American Ar raiser Assoc at $7 DO each prlt Once they have beeui sold, trewil be no more available A trvly excellent art "lnvestmeti that makes a fabulous gift Avoialohi I. 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Gators face improved Georgia team Saturday By ANDY COHEN Alligator Sports Writer [he University of Georgia has long been a cellar-dWellar in the race for the Southeastern ConterenCt basketball championship. [hat is until this year. when they recruited %iK outstanding seniors Iron, the high school ranks which changed a once lowly programs into that ot a winner. THE GATOR basketball team with a I-I LOnfrCeCl mark and 5-7 overall will attempt toovetUrnthis youthfulbhut talented Georgia club Saturday at 8 p.m. on the Bulldog's bomne court. Georgia is also I -I in the conference as they recorded a victory over Mississippi followed two days later by a decisive loss to powerful Kentucky. Ur coach John Lotz. still hurting from a one-point Monday night defeat at Louisiana State. feels that Georgia is a good example ot the tremendous balance mn the Southeastern Conference. "GEORGIA HAS completely turned its basketball program around," Lot, said. "They had an excellent recruiting year and can hold its own with anyone in the conterenice tight new." The Bulldogsaw led by senior forward Bill Magarity, who averaged 16.8 points a game last season. But youth has just about taken over the Georgia teani as freshmen Jacky I hII Ju J Ihuiiii ani Loe lld vel key I c in t le team~ a carh season success Ieahough hap ng a dismal 6-2(1 record last er. ( *c wi 4. tach John (iuthrie is not ( n the tither hand, Lot has beerndappointed w ith his ream's lack of consistency in the past icw weekss It seems as though UI-s only strong point statistically has been its tree thbro'. shootim as the Garors have the top tour foul shooters in the conference Mike Lederman (24-26) is leading the conterentc tollowed by fellow teammates Norm Iialdwetl (35-38), Don Bostic (22-24) and Gene Shy (31 -34). AS A team, the Gators rank fourth in the conference in scoring, averaging 85.3 points a game and filth in the conference in scoring defense, giving up slightly over 80 poInts a game lot, is expected to continue with his most recent 'tatmg live against Georgia of iDon Bostic and Norman Caidwell at guard. Gene Shy and ]erry Moore at torward and Chip Willams at center [he Gator coach has been specially pleased with the early season performance of Moore, saying "he plays a lot bigger than his 6-4 frame might indicate. "JERRY HAS been a great boost to our club this season. "Lot, continued. "He puts a lot cif pressure on the opponent with his photo by eor kochmulec ir JUNIOR GUARD MIKE LEDEMAN .leads SEC in free throw shooting on 24 of 26 tremendous penetration."' Uatz is looking for a 40 minute effort against Georgia as he pointed out the Gators had a poor first halt against Louisiana State and only in the closing moments of the game did the Gators make it close. "We deserved to win it. Laotz said about LSU. "But we'll have to play even better if we expect to beat Georgia." Steelers By KEITH CANNON Allgnter Sports Writer Here is a new team on this year' Super Bo'. scene. but tine old question about the NFL January classic remuamfs the 'amec -is this the year the Super Bowl w.ill finally he super? Pitlsburgh. a rookie In Super Botw I society, and Minnesota. in is third shot at the championship ot pro football. I Il clash ',tiidIi at .1 p.m. ES'T to pro; de the ,ins'er SUPER BOWL IX at T ulane Staiunm in New Orleans, .lltu the most neutral site One citil find for a \imgVikes gear for Big One Steeler game) looks to sonmc people like a potential defensive battle [ruth is, it the game is any kind of battle at all, it should he more interesting than the majority of games 1-VIII. [his game has possibilities, simply because It pits a team whlich before this year was never champion of anything at all ,iaiuist a lean, which has missed in two tries at the No, I spot. IFor the Steelers. the game is a lifelong dream come true for venerable owner Art Rooney. Tbe 73-year-old Rooney lounded the Steelers in 933 on an investment of S2.500 won ataracetrack For a long time. Rooney has had nothing to shiw for it ~pER BO0v hits 77fMS 16Passes catieptt Ste riage 'i pupi INSl juis pet pass'q att 5 .-IppeSuil lubes Stuned I F.Mg fgill!eid 0 achedMiS~ 4~ P11611 MI d It. Inss N -14 .te i laS 74s 2 13! lm' Lt egt 4 NOW PITT'SBURGH is the champion of the entire American Football Conference -with a shot at it all. The Steelers finished 10-3-1 during the regular season. They downed Buffalo easily in the first round of the playoffs. and after Oakland eliminated defending NFL champion Miami 28-26. they surprised the favored Raiders 24-13 to win the AFC title A stifling defensive job was the biggest factor in the Steelers' win. They held Oakland to a mere 29 yards rushing and intercepted three of NFL Otlensive Player of the Year Ken Stabler's passes, turning two Into touchdowns. COUPLE THIS with a pass rush which leveled opposition quarterbacks 52 times during the regular season, and a championship defense is the result. Names to remember on the Pittsburgh defense are the front thur of LC. Greenwood. Dwight White. NFL Defensive Player of the Year Joe Greene and Ernie Holmes. Cornerback i.T. Thomas and safeties Mike Wagner and Glen Edwards will test Viking quarterback Fran Tarkenton and his receivers. WHEN THE STEELERS run the football, they generally call on Franco H arris, who regained I ,tO0-yard rushing status after an injury troubled 1972. But don't be surprised if Pittsburgh gives occasionally to Rocky BRier, a Vietnam veteran and former Notre Darner who gained 91 yards against Oakland. Blcier stepped in during the last halt of the season. when injuries sidelined Frenchy Fuqus. Running the show will be quarterback Terry Bradshaw. He finally returned to the No. I quarterback spot after Coach Chuck Nell played an eariy-seuson round of "Musical Quarterbacks' with Joe Gilliam. Terry Hanratty. and Bradshaw. Sporting a new beard and new confidence. Bradshaw performed with awthodky against both Buffalo and Oakland. Pittsburgh will not overwork the passing game. 'The Steelers will probably be conservative whwn they do go to the air. MINNESOTA IS IN the Super 301.1 f. the third time, and for the second year In a row, the Vikings -r rated thorndendogs. This time it's by two points. Losers to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1970, Minnesota returned last veer with a 12-2 (See 'Super' pqe 16) The Independent Greg Forrer Florida Alligator Sports Editor d.y. J.ew.ry 1 P3.,. IS .4 S

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[1 Pug. l6Th. Indep.dent ftovde MlIgotr. Mdey, Januory IC, J97S CYO kicks off indoor track season gets underway this cvcnmg~ at (ole Field I-ouse on the University of Maryland & am pu' Sonmc of the top names in international track will be featiared in the tinst malr indoor mt'et of '975 People like 8841 world record holder Rick Wohihuter. distance great Steve Prefontamne. and mniler fony Waidrop THE GATORS do hav, a nnmber of entries i the meet. Slated for the 880 is the highly regarded newcomer Horace Tuitt. He'll be trying to defeat Wohihuter, something which hasn't been done in two years. Olympian Byron Dyce, representing the Florida Track Club (FTC) has also Su record, but the Vikes were disappointing in a 24-7 loss to Miami. A 10-4 regular season record in 1974 brought the Vikings their sixth NPC Central Division title in seven years. An impressive victory against St. Louis and a less than impressive one against Los Angeles brought them back to New Orleans Tesuces of ethe ig depends largely upon Fran Tarkenton. a quarterback who has established himself as one of the best in the game, but who has never taken a team all the way. Flanker John Gilliam is Tarkenton's favorite receiver. Split end Jim Lash is less spectacular but just as likely a target. RUNNING RACK CHUCK Foreman did not repeat this year his IA00-yard season as a rookie in 1972. He did score more touchdowns (16) than any player in the NFL this season, and he is a threat as both rusher and receiver. The Vikes are well-stocked with running backs like veteran Dave Osborne, who scored the winning touchdown in the 14-10 victory against the Rans. The Minnesota offensive line is a mixture of youth and experience. There are players like tackle Grady Alderman, a 15-year veteran and a member of the Vikings since their first season in 1%60. His partner at the other tackle. Ron Vary, is a linst-round draft choice of tour or live years back, and is probably the Vikes' best blocker. Like Pittsburgh, Minnesota has its best defensive players up front. The Vikings' front four of "Purple People Eaters" -Carl Flier. Gary Larsen. Jim Marshall and Alan Page are nthmous. They're old, but good. TWO VETERANS will he worth looking out for in the secondary Cornerback Bobby Bryant and safety Paul Krause are more-than-adequate pass defenders. Bryant was the N-C's interception leader mn 1973 with seven pickoffs. So there are the two teams Whether or not they represent thr best in the NFL will he good tuel for fireside argument aming armchair quarterbacks, but for better or worse it's Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota. The game may turn out to be trench wartare -a slon, plodding contest, as sonic NFL teaches and players see it Or it may be something else For the tan's sake let's hope its worth watching. Winter Quarter Schedule CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER Corner of W. University and 18th Street SUNDAY MASSES 9:30 A.M. Children's Mass entered the halt nile IN ADDITION, I uitr jinms team mate' Steve Gionme. Wimpy Alexander. and Ion, Doerr in the highly conpetisiwe two mile relay. UF' mile relay squad which won the SEC crown last 'ear and ranked among the top ten in the nation will see act ion That foursome as composed of Beaufort Brown, Bob Ramibo, Mitchell Goings. and Noel Gray. BROWN AND Goings are Ilso scheduled for the 6(X) indl S&X sard I unS. IeCpectiuel Other U F participants ire Hcsles Bostic im the 6) yard high hurdles and pole srnlter wau Fneema*. North Carolina's Waidrop heads a field of top nmilers that includes F-TC members Marty Liquori and iorns Luuinis. BARRY DROWN, also of the FTC, takes on Prefontaine and NCAA cross country champ Neil Cusack in the two mile run. r. HEl LEY BOSTIC in 6O yard high hurdles Ivan wins in p ro d ebut experience I need to compete professionally quicker out here than if I continued in school.", reflected Sullivan in a phone conversation from (kale. "At school, I'd be playing in, at most, one tournament a month. On the tour I'm playing every week and I feel this will better prepare me for the big tour when I try for that." Everybody, of course, is pulling for Sullivan to do well, hut his number one fan is (and what better name for a golfer's fiance') Sandy Link. Naturally, Sullivan is bubbling with confidence and (iptimnism in the wake of his explosion onto the nmini-tour scene But he realizes the problems he may encounter in tryimg to stay keyed up every '.tek. "I've got to be careful of a I)Ost-totltnament letdown but I teel I can continue to wn. I've never felt as relaxed in a tournament as I did in this first tournament, My decision to turn pro (00k a lot of weight off my shoulders because I'd been thinking about it a lot. Now I'm out here and I know I can win so as Andy Bean says, 'Wben you know you can do it. do it.' Bean. Sullivan's former roommate at UF. had comments of his own on Mike. "I'm sure he made what he thought was the best decision lor himself." said Bean. "and i'm behind him all the way. Ill be as happy as can be if the next time I see him he's won $10 -15.020." Gator wrestlers By CHRIS GARRIT Alligatsr Sports Write, UF wrestling coach Gary Schneider doesn't torsee any problems with Saturday night's Southeastern Conference (SEC) opener with Alabama. "Alabama has their usual tough team, but we shouldn't have any problem it ,.e wrestle like we did Wednesday night," Schneider said. SCHNEIDER WAS reterrmg to the Gators last meet where they swept eight of 10 weight classes, crushing nationally ranked Mankato State 27-b. The win was the 26th straight duel meet for UF. Artie Haberman who was ineligible last quarter is back and will go at 126 pounds. Matchtime is 7:30. Ihi' ,s one ol the strongest indoor meets in the UJ S or even the world.' said Gator head coach Jimmy Carnecs in describing the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Insitational track meet which By PAT McGRATH Aings.rSpasWrite. Mike Sullivan exited UF for the greener fairways of the professional golfing ranks after last quarter, and his debut was faultless, Sullivan, a sophomore who was considered to have a good chance to move into one of the top spots on this years Gator Golf Team, played in the first tournament of the New Space Coast Golf Tout this past weekend at the Disney World Gnlf Course. As a result. Sullivan shut 70-71-171 aind defeated Leon Crump of North Carolina and Gary Baker of Homestead. Ha. in a sudden death playoff to pocket the Wmnning check totaling S3AXXX. Sulhs an is certainly out of the gate quickly in professional goli, but what prompted him to bid adieu to UF9 "I thought I could get the 11:00 A.M 5:30 P.M. 7.30 P.M. .Folk Mass Folk Mass Dialogue Mass DAILY MASSES 12:39 P.M 5:30 P.M THEOLOGY BIBLE STUDY 7-30 P.M Sundays 7-30 P M. Mondays tWs U upinsget skI? Nued apc todso ithi Curs albus mid cozy -adu Youl find 'em dnin Gao Ad.! 'Super (From page 15) 'a

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U S%, 1974: The bastard child of Father Time 1974 was o bonner year for mediocrity. There were so many unfortunate and disappointing things happening that mediocrity buffs hod tough time catching oil of them. Here is a partial list of all th, things you cabe glad 1974 is gone for. Quick Com et Kahoutek: the highlight of 1974 Ring the Cosmos Remember Kahoutek, the great 'Christmas Comet" supposed to be as bright and large as the moon In th, daytime?. We don't need to tell, you how this little galactic fort had to struggle to meet the projected minimum standards and passed from one end of our solar system to the other, not with a bong but a whimper. Oh, you could see it alright -if you got up about 5 a~m, and squinted through a fairly good telescope you might have caught stght of it. And what you saw was a tiny piece of intergalactic lint squirming backwards across the horizon. But, what a way to start the year! Like everything else in 974 it was hardly worth the effort. From those wonderful people who brought you drop and add Harold Hanson's 'class-packing' scheme and Tigert's confusing rationalizations of the tuItion Increase bring to mind the once-honorable Bouco Leme of Flresign Theatre fame who said: "You're Spaying more, you're getting lest." Now, we'll Seat that for those of you on drugs. Boo Key.l! I Florida Blue Key said they would finally accept women lost year. but the decision is still out on whether women will accept them. I guess we will &venituolly said one spokeswoman. But, I mean I I y Pmey on donce they re terrible bores to v' e o,'op of that *hey wear those tacky FAos LASJ toos oC1'7r I' Mc 4 Qtbek One Patty-melt. All the Way u RING-RING! Hello.,. Yes, this is Steve. Who' s this? Patty? Ponty Hear --I mean Tanya of the SLA? Where've you been keeping yourself? OOoooops -I didn't mean -look Patty, It's lust a figure of speech -What's on ofay? What? Yeah, it's still in the clos.t next to the machine gune, but I don't know what a right-on revolutionary would want with her high school graduation towsel. You-wontto-hongit-from-the-rear-view-mirror-of-the-tonk, huh? Okay, Ill send it. Where? What's that? You want a Big Mac. too? Sure, Patty, one more question.You wont it to go???? Hello, hello Meat the Press As if to prove the older generation did not hove a monopoly on stupid, insipid fads, somebody (God knowswho) come up with the idec that running through a crowd with no clothes on was a good idea. It wasn't, of course, but before it died down we were besieged with half-wits sprinting trough all sorts of places with God's standard equipment flapping in the breeze. Besides that, then things were actually planned. One guy at UF notified the press he was going to streak across the court at a regionally televised basketball ome, and by God he did, and so what? Streaking might hove hod its good side though. It forced people to put tftcir inhil@Usrabout their bodies out in the open (so to speak) including the unconfirmed story that one guy felt so inadequate about his you-know-what that he convinced himself he was Art tinkletter and jumped out a wmodowv tronqe but untrue The Marstons Have Landedlll Alright, we'll admit it. We were on the edge of our seats frozen with suspense over the gripping drama 'Search for a President!' The question ran through our minds, day and night -"Who would replace Interim Potato E.T. Yo&k when his interim ran out? Would it be Robert "Doc" Marston, or would it be, you know, somebody else. Or another vegetable. ..an okra perhaps, or a squash. After cli, replacing E.T. York was a tough job. But,. as coincidence would have it, the moment York's interim was up, he became Cancellor of the Staote University System and Doc Marson -Surprise -become a Gotor! Tab-dab! love those trick orndings. gY of the XVig argto Floridians didn't have to go all the way to Washington for scandal and betrayal of the public trust. Hell no. We had plenty here and better theCalifornia's tooGurney was indicted and rather meekly decided to coil it quits, 'Bud' Dickinson also got the grand jury ticket and Justices Dekly and Boyd were investigated. But things weren't all bod. Not only did lyric Boyer quit, but Richord Nixon quit, too, leaving Gerry Ford to continue the task of making the world safe for mediocrity Ice berg What Iceberg? don't see any iceberg. Our Alma Mater hyped by Info Services as the Flagship' of the State University System, foiled to place a single college in a recent Dean's list of top ten professional schools On top of that Martin Curry, a former Teacher of the Year, was denied tenure. Man the boats. Women and department heads fist KA ': K' t%. V.' 1~--' ----t -.~ .-l 'I r I I \ \

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904 EXURA. lh. Independentflcddo MlIrtor. Mday. Jsanry Ii, 1975 "V 'S by robin williams THEATRE ROYAL PARK i: Godfather RATHSKELLAR: Jarn. 16 Oldie Goldie Night 9-1 GAINESVILLE LITTLE THEATRE: p.m. Jon. 22-25, 29-31, Feb. 1 The Cave Dwellers 8:30 ROYAL PARK Jan. 37-IS Doug Clr tthe Hot Nuts Jarn. 23 Oldie Goldie Night 9-1 I:. Freebie ond the Bean Jon. 24-25 Silver Star Rood Bond 9-Il HIPPODROMERed Eye Jan. 23-26, 29-33, Feb. of Love 8 PLAZA I: p.m. 3-2, Feb. 5-9 BILBO & GANDALF*S: Jan. 10-11 Home-Grown jon. 33-16 Frank Gida arnd Ron Cantor Jan. 37-18 Dove Jan. 20-24 Brouhaha UNION DINNER THEA TRE: Jan. 24 ART UNIVERSITY Faculty BiG DADOY'S LAMPLIGHTER: to be followed by Jon. 6-13 or 20 GALLERY: Jan. 10-Feb. 9 Annual Art Exhibit X PLAZA II: Jon. 8-14 Gone With the Wind Jan. 15-29 The Groove Tube GREAT SOUTHERN: formonce Film Jan. 17-Jon. 24 The Green Hornet "X" 'Pride" TEACHING Kronsnobei GALLERY: Jon. 6-13 Work of Jeffrey REITZ UNION: Jan. 9-11 Jan. 12 Children of Paradise ALIBI: Jarrett & Jan. 15 The White Shiek Bob GRINTER GALLERY: Jan. 7-31 Display of Posters from the People's Republic of China GREAT SOUTHERN: Jon. lORichie HoveniB, 11 Jan. 24 Two Generations of Brubeck 88& I I MOVIES Jan. 16.-38 The Paper Chase Jan. 19 A Mon Escaped Jon. 21 CIty Lights Jan. 22 Nights of Cobrda Jan. 23-25 The Way RATHSKELLAR: Jon. 13-15 Dr. Strongelove or How I UNION BALLROOM. Quartet 8:15 p.m. Jan. 21 Flornda Woodwind Learned to Jan. 20-21 Love the Bomb Casino Royale MED SCIENCES BUIWDING: Jan. 20 Medec Jan. 13 The Seventh S cW 9 C) .wntM~rnr~c. mile an, FRiDA) A i4T *isom P sAT&AbA, NIGHT -O1 FOlR rlaerue INWCAMANN NV5 RI*$ rnnrw f/f Of/fl .aU\J&V Your Choice W/2 Vegetable, ..$ .Your Choice W/3 Vegetubles. .$ PEPPER STEAK TOPPED W/GRAVY WHITE FISH (Perch COUNTRY FRIED STEAK CHUCK WAGON STEAK BEEF TIPS& RICE SERVED WiTh MASHED R)TAFOES.ORFRENCIHFRIES,.GREEN SALAD. (OLE SLAW OR PmTATO SALAD SERVED 5 PM TO MIDNIGHT 'C -'C MUSIC The Apple Tree Jan I0-I6Mon With theGolden Gun Jan. 8-16 Lenny Bruce PerDeliverance wrm DLWhYLi~ We Were ~JIJ~?gI2 a. GAIN EOVILLE .49 ) NNER

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Efl WA. lb. b&p.&s N.M. Am Ig. cc, Md.y, J~.iy it twa ft. v 0 story by cathy callahan photography by rick rosen The men come by the thousands to the rich, block mucklond country of South Flora, strong, proud men from the West Indies. They come for six months of hard labor cutting cone in the 275,000 acres of sugar cane pronted mn the "block gold" soil around Lake Okeechobee, They come because they wont a better lif for themselves and their families In 1974, the sugar industry produced over 823,000 tons of row sugar and 61 million gallons of molasses The 'black gold" of South Florida produced white gold for the sugar industry to the tune of $25 million in gross soles. The dirty, backbreaking work of cuttinq suqor cane is on economic rnecassity tcr the 8500 Br;;sh West indian men, or 'BW's", who were imported by the sugar industry in Florida last year Their importation is sanctioned by the U.S Deportment of Labor ond by governments in the West indies The men leave their homes and families and on easy going isfe in Jamaica or the Bahamas hoping to make some money and to see the Un ited Stoles They are desporote for work smct the nm ploymnent rote in Jo oico adone is 25 percent ond during much of the yvar the men hove no wcr& 9xcep, for subsistence farming and fishing The younger men soy they come for the CoperinlCe and to see the country Garfield Sinclair, who is cutting cone for the first time this year said, "I come to try for myself But cone is not good work. I is save work We push hard The cane cutters see little of this country They ore isolated .f company villages and their trove' amounts to occasional trips to the little towns Of Clewiston, Belle Glade, and Pohokee. One cutter, who has eight children, has come to Florida for ten consecutive years. "I'm not coming back to cut that cane. I can't cut anymore." He is 52. Vincent Blake who left a wife and seven children, Says he sends of I his money home. He doesn't mind hoed work. "It's gond for a man if he is getting something for It," he said. "A mon can't work for nothing, money Is too small for the work." Jamaican labor Is cheap. Th. minimum wage set by the USGA bs f2AB an hour. The sugar companies like the arrangement, but the use of offhr tar remains a controversial i5sUORobert Lee, of U.S. Sugar, claims Americans won't do the work and says he dos' know why. "Cenear Chavez oltempled k. block West Indian labor but he can't get Amnericons to cut sugar cone," he Said. "We hove teams of people going out to look for Americpns. When we find someone who wants to work 4 POy thdl? transportation here, but they don't SOy. They dun want to work that hard," he said A carno cutter's day begins at 5ao~m. when he rises and go.s to breakfast. He is in the fields by 6.30 and works ebgt hours with oniy a thirty minute break for lunch. The cone, which grows densely and as high as 14 feet, must be burned before the men can cut Burning eliminates trash or. excess leaf material which is a nuiscence if it goes through the sugar mill "The more debris or material that goes out the back of the mill the more sugar goes out,"Lee said "Burning also drives out snakes, bobcats, and rucoons which live in the cane," said O'Nei Allen a :rew boss from Barbados "Cutters won't go in the field unless it's burned," said Lee Sugar cone is cut wjih two-foot long machetes The cutt *r chops the base first, leaving the root system to induce another plant the following year. Then the leafy rop is removed. The cut cone is put in one pile and the trash in another Cut cone is carried to the houses by rail or harvester trucks Speeders, machines with conveyer belts, load the cane in the field. At the mill, or 'Sugar House" the cone is shredded, squeezed in a tandem mill and the mud is separated tram the sugar luices. The juice is boiled until it becomes very thick then spun in a centrifuge unti dry Whot remains is row sugar [he left over cone is burned as fuel in a boiler wh ch furnishes steam bor the turbines here js an increasing move toward use of mechanical harvesters but according to Lee mochaooon is 'A year 0900o cost it $100,000 expensive, harvester cost "he sa id. $30,000 but this year He said mechanization may be necessary If the labor force is cut off completely. "Hand labor is more efficient and cheaper," he said The minimum wage increased this year from $2.15 to $2 45 on hour as set by the USDA. But sugar companies can guarantee work for only of the employment period even though six days a week, eight hours a day is considered normal. And wages are sometimes below the mmniryrm wage because they are not paid by the hour, but by the ''piece rate'' or task system. Under the task system a cutter is paid a wage for a certain area of cane. "Certain factors are taken into consideration when pricing the row or task '', said Lee. ''It's condition, thickness, and height, affect the price." If a worker cuts an $18.00 task in six hours he will make $3.00 an hour If it is cut in seven hours he will makte $2 60. If it takes him eight hours he will make $2 25 'The quicker you can do the work the more money you make That is why the trained cane cutter who nows what he's doing can make money," said Lee. I believe in tht system If I work harder and faster mnzke ,"oe money The problem with this country is U our p oductivity amin' what it shou-ld be,' he dde d L41i si one clnC cutter in a day can harvest opproximately seven tons (14,000 lbs ) of cane The West Indian workers live n sugar company villages on the edge of the vast cane fields One cottage houses 22 men and approximately 500 men live in one village Although the men ore crowded together the cottages appear clean and orderly. Workers hove no holidays. Although they have one day a week free they use it to rest They are exhausted from six days cutting A few men go to town, ploy cricket or dominos, or write letters home "They don't cause trouble mn town They don't drink, qamble or fight," said Lee. there are no saniary toilets ore lavatories in the treids nor is here drirkwog water The men must bring their own lugs of water for drinking and washing. Sometimes accidents occur with machetes although sugar company officials soy the men ore required to wear metal shin and arm guards. 'You don't hove over 2,000 men in the fields swinging knives without some accidents," said Lee. One occupational nuisance is the powder fine muck which the wind blows io the eyes, ears, and noses of the cutters. The wind also blows the muck and soot io the food which is served from flat bed trucks which carry it to the fields Lunch and dinner meals ore usually rice with some kind of meat. Pigs feet and oxtail are common on the menu No beverages ore provided The men do not like all the rice but a company official said rice is a common part of the Jamaican diet Vincent Blake said he and the other men spend money on food in the village commissary or in stores in towns because the food isn't good. He still must pay the company $3.00 a day for food. And commissary food is slightly higher priced than food in town so more of his wages go back to the company. The cutters go back to work alter their 30 minute lunch with a stomach full of rice and water and bread, for several more hours of labor under the hot sdn. At the end of the day the men return to the village on the company bus and collapse on the ground exhausted but in good spirits. They are greeted good naturedly by those who arrived before them. Some lust tie on the ground too tired to move, while others begin to wash dirty clothes, listen to music onl the "changer", or watch television in the recreation hail. We ask a few men who come off the bus at Bryant Village if they mind being photographed. The men ore reluctant. They are prwud. "It is not good work, mon. Makes us lock bad. It is a terrible thing," said Garfield Sinclair. The Jamaican man has dignity. He would like to remove the stigma attached to cutting cane, that it is the lowest kind of work He demands respect as on ( See page 1 2) n -c 4.

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I! Pag.8. EXTRA, Th. in4.pendentfloddo Alligator M$day January 10 TYIS I) story by eric estrin photography by chip hires The Delta flight attendants who passed a photographer through the security checkpoint were a bit surprised when he storied snapping away at an ordinary-looking, middle-aged mon. They watched with interest when two young men in solid, dark suits greeted him magnanimously, introduced themselves and hustled him outside to their car, without stopping to pck up ;uggoge. Crammed inside th, car speeding toward Gainesville, the men finally hod time to ask each other some questions. The younger ones inquired about his flight and the weather in Washington. The older man wonted to know about his class which would meet for the first time in an hour and n half. "What's the official name of the class? How about the book s? What about the local press? Do these guys get all three networks? And how many of them get cable?" He told the ones who were concerned about being stopped for speeding, 'Don't worry -just tell the cop I'm a friend of Castro's." Inside the car were the photographer, a reporter, Frank Mankiewici ond two SG diplomats who had signed him to teach a journalism class at UF. Mankiewicz will arrive on campus just in time to meet John Paul 3Qne;, denn of the lournalism college, before the class begins. He will teach the class, spare a half hour for a press conference, and join more press and politicos for a late dinner. He won't see his Gainesville home until after midnight, and he will leave early the next morning to rejoin his family in Washington. This is the type of life Mankiewici became accustomed to as director of Bobby Kennedy's and George McGovern's presidential campaigns. Even at midnight he doesn't lose patience when a drunk waitress almost spills hot coffee down his gray suit. Bock in the car, Mankiewicz tells Bill Rubin and Rodney Margal, the two students responsible for procuring UF's first "Distinguished Professor," how he immediately felt when he learned of the conviction of four top Nixon aidps. "Exulted, delighted," he says, opening his eyes wide. Mcnkiewkcz says he I'new Hclderman and thrlichman ever since their UCLA days. Ehrlichman, in fact was secretary of the inter-fratsruiity council there, and Haldeman was active in student government. He says Ehrlichman was kind of a likeable guy. "He had a sense of humor about himself. Something definitely happened to him along the way." Haldeman, on the other hand, "was pretty much of a shit all the time, I think. He was the type of guy who talked about 'the Red Menace' at age 20. .a serious, right wing, tough guy." The car barrels toward the stadium building and everyone clambers out. "Let me get my briefcase," COME I 3fl(j HankArnerinrd II .*9 sat. [FT CHANNEL TOGETHER

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if. S 0 0 0 Mankiewici says. "I can't get washed without it." Inside the stadium, he meets the dean. Rubim and Morgol are grinning ear to ear. It's 7:30. Class begins. "Good evening. Are there really only 75 people here?" The answer is no. By the time the students break for a few minutes, he has them in his pocket. He's talking mostly about the influence of TV in America, a subject he'is currently researching for a book. But he flavors his talk with dry-witted recollections of the McGovern campaign. 'A lot of people voted for Nixon -one, two, three, five limes -but nobody liked him." Today, Manklewlcz says, a candidate should be likeable. Television cameras ore merciless to an Ilat-ease candidate. Maybe that's why the Democrats have no front-runner; they're all vicepresidential material. Manklewici wIBl receive $13,00 to teach this doass about the press in politics. In addition, he will give five public lectures, the first of which will be Jan.21, not the 14th as previously publicized. He plans to commute from Washington to Gainesville weekly, occasionally bringing his family. Sometimes, perhaps, they will stay for longer than one or two days, but not often. His Florida home will be the best apartment at Brandy wine, at about half the normal price. In addition, a local auto dealer, anxious to hook up to some of the high energy, has donated the use of a car. The Delta flight attendants would be impressed. While he teaches, Dean Jones is In his office next door, trying to arrange a more convenient flight for him in the morning. When the class adjourns, Mankiewicz and the press crowd into Jones' office. The dean is all smiles. He gives Mankiewicz his chair. "How much time will the Watergate heavies spend in jail?" a cynical reporter wants to know. Mankiewicz says ol' Maximum John will put them away for two to five. "Yeh, I think Sirica will remind Mitchell that he was an attorney general." Rubin hates to interrupt, but Mr. Manklewi is tired. He thanks everyone for attending and hopes the Distinguished Professor Chair will be on ongoing suCCess. Understandably proud, Rubin and Morgol pushed the program through the student senate and past an unenthusiastic student body president with veto power. Armed with funds supplied by the recently empowered student activity and service fee advisory committee, they began approaching speakers Morgol came in contact with during his days as Accent chairman. With their noses up against a Nov. I4 deadline, they landed Monkiewici as the first DistInguished OIILCUWlTDR _ _STDR Carte -d Aaa edCmv Se Tnt ~ .I T.za* I. ,. .fI*L CaEms U Th. new Cane ESA IOU/Kconk Iastwtdv perf cone; Degrwe ad Audit' Twpent .wAW $79.9 DC )MTO.* 0 0111 211 S is avig WINTER SALE L p 43off and irl's tot ina .372-0472 on alinicn's winter c 1123WUniv.Ave 7. S I. j T B, 'Vt r 'I EXtRA lb. h,.p.s&Mn R.Me. MIu.ar. ASwy, A.y tO, 191 n.

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Pe 0, ETRA, 1%. mdpend.t Acrid. AMlgoflr, Pdcy, Jonucry 10, I97S f (Cos fro) was on Am erican politician he could be President.' Professor Disti ngu %hed has on reminds t H press os they upper cose D Filter At dinner Monkiewicz is more in his element orders stch ond smokes Kool after Kool The waitress, who bears a striking resemblance he He "No" cioss the waitress in disbeipet Monkiewic, suggests the famed Watergate is actuohly a composite of several to The waitress flits high-level figures. out, scratching her head elec ted He believes Kennedy's story bout Chappaquiddick because, he says, if he wanted to make up an excuse he would have done a better job Were Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne romantically Lindo Lovelnce, has been hanging around the side of the bor She struts around the room orders and coiling A He's 'ekinq bout MAonkiewic his trip toscminnq, very charming m wrong taking :z "'Lovey to Cuba Castro is a on I'm convinced he Tell us about Eagleton. How did he get the nomination9 Mankiewic, says the McGovern camp knew the Missouri senator had been in the hospital, but they never guessed the extent of the problem 'You'd hove to assume that whatever there was in involvr-d? 'Impossible,'' says Monkiewscz flatly, Monkpewicz is a tremendous hit at dinner because the crowd thinks he knows everything. if he doesn't, he offers o guess or on opinion that sets them reeling The insight that mode him on ace strategist for two cOUld clef elected in any state in this country if he his record would have come out in four (state) presidential contenders is evident in h s thought, and wos on American politician, he could be President He says Cuba's revolution was a success because Castro e xported all the opposition Miami were still in Cuba, only keep them under control no drug problem, If all the Cubans in a police state could As it is, there is practically no prostitution there the streets, Mankiewic, says, are immaculate. "Havana is like Miami Beach tor 10 years As Monkiewicz wolfs down a Watergate. campaigns "When it become more obvious that Eagleian hod extensive treatment, perhaps McGovern should have axed him sooner, Mankiewicz theorizes "McGovern was at his best as a human being, when he was at his worst as a politician.'' Yet Monkiewicz says Eagleton was his first choice for the slot, after Ted Kennedy. A if you didn't steak, talk point it Cronkite, also turns to "Who was Deep Throat?" someone asks, "the most trusted man nd he says Wc in America," on the list, Monkiewicz is optimistic about Kennedy's futur politics. He could run in eight years and still be olter in his book, "Perfecly Watergate" Written before Clear Nixon from Whinier to Agnew's resignaofion, the book speculates about why an aihing President would force from office a lust-as-hurting number two man "If Agnew will only resign, Nixon thinks the ( poimtment of a strong, scandal-free vice president to was take his place would enhance the notion that he has put Watergate behind him and is moving on 'with the e in business of the country.'" the And despite a "blond" presidency, Ford has filled as the waitress approaches. "There's a consensus in Washington no Deep Throt"' he A youngest president that there was years he'I sti I be ever besides his younger says r brother. In 26 the b il. After oil, Monkiewicz says, 'The notional (PM-AMPS AND RECEIVERS, TOO) Another Audio, etc. Clinic this Friday and Saturday, Jon. JO and II to help you be sure your equipment is meeting ifs specs. Our $3500.00 McAdams Digital Audio Analyzer can measure R.M.S., power up to 500 watts per channel with up to 4 channels operating, and can test for t.H.D. and I.M. distortion down to .002%. response and signal to noise ratio, etc. 1 999 I.W. IS St. YtlIkopper Shopping Center 377-4107 Please Open "09Wedy Phone Ahead For 10Stry N F, 'I I~I than Nixon was when mood may very well be leave us alone'-not 'bring us together.'" We can also check frequency IA

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w. 12, EXIK& it. Iidfloiint Mcdi. MIIM'. Mdcl, Janu.rv I~ 1975 'I individual He makes it understood. Then he iets you photograph him., Percival Young said, "i'm no different from you mon Understand where I am coming from?" Composy officials insist that the West Indians feel there is o social stigma attached to cutting cane. U. S. Sugar officials are reluctant to let reporters or photographers talk with the men. "No point in causing any dissension among these people," he added, cautioning us about getting Ic close. But there is no dissension among the cane cutters, only a sort of resignation to the fact that there is little else for them to d o k h dry a d exhausting work of cutting cane, the unappetizing and monotonous food, the low wages, the cramped housing, the lock of water and toilets in the fields, the men accept their situation. They do so because they want something many Humble beginnings Garfield Sinclair said it. "1 eanwhile mse hpice of sugar and the low cost of labor bring tremendous profits for the sugar "oWe hve to get what we con get," said Lee "And if you don't believe that then we ore on opposite ends of the spectrum" Why v d pretedingUS. wheti the EAftTII nrg.'ti'r heel ~h{x in the,, rId it itli the hid mit the tilt Ii ~ hi people bairn. di ~ho. ni .itiijnd .11 U. But thjjw. liii hi trial' aria' 'Ii 'I and Nr.i~ tIlL pun~. Hut i, liii don I jail'I' t.riiitl I', clii' 'Irrik aai% Cr kiix i %ii I taboui4h And nilcaclng the otit~.idt* ot Gui .liot enough 'hoc lou k. Ii Li I hr lv ii iii .hm dut'~i I tiouk. Ike hi ~ nih ~hio. Ii (NIL huh ii F, lai.i.d .114k I a) iji lit iii Ii iti.i 2 ~Id III flb.ikt Ii. thu and ltiiii l.a l.i III 4 .ttili.tt tin iii alloit cot' ilk ii, I iilOttiIIi (anti' tilt1 I i .iik ii Iii Oil liii hurl pining ennc of mar cit ie~ And hr Earth ~hot pitenled thai nedns It cant Ikopiedw~jhoot wing h4nged And it ~ 4. h.tnwd it just the Lath ~lioe So to be sure ilMi it' izettiiiIL the I-at ut bi arid ,hot' look on th. ole I Or lit [ut h tad. nick urid U S halt-It #5,105947 lix' dtd aiI did Spirit' ~.and.ui, .aloi~ and boot, lot tin, ,iiid 4oflirTi Ii or n S~3 50 to S4~2 iC 5 tRill. a nau.t, nil a ,jda 'tau Ii ii ka~I~o ~ia.ta J97~ Kuh. Sininnfl tNt Sold only at: 1230 W University Ave. Gainesvile, Florida Anen MonSt1 AM-fl PM B THE ACOUSTIC SOIJ6DS CF BROUHAHA EAT LYNCH WITH UIS TODA Y ALL SANDWICHES 14 POUND ON WHITE, RYE, OR ONION ROLL FREE DRAFT WITH SANDWiCH IHAP HOUR 5-7 377-2688 g 'A Fbduine uuSembhllr M. Li NEV ER A GAIN T HIS QUA LITY A T T HESE PRICES Mwmtz 4230 AM/FM OuSd Receiver FREE .* with pishig of 4 Ulu~Sea Modal iM S S171 ealh Phillips GA 212 Turntable Rag. NOW SAVE with Shure M91ED $254" $1U9" $55 Rjggest arid host selection of N ma zstoese CALCULATOR CLEARANCECOST PLUS $W" Chaos. frm Bamw-VsntanNu-Summit AR X091 numabes Rg18NW 3 SAVE with Shorn M91ED Re15NW$130 ULTRALINEAR SPEAKERS-BUY ONE GET ONEFREEJI 0 VIA CO SUPER SAL E ONl ALL A1G, A2, A3Ss, AS~ SHURE M91ED Rug 54" NOW $25 SAVE *30" CARTRIDGES V15 TYPE 3s Rag 72" NOW $8i5 SAVE $17" CLOSE OUT 01N ALL AR SPEAKERS STEREO WORLD'S DISCOUlN T SOUND CENT ER 3-S-T-E-R-E-D

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PU*e IC. EXfhA, h. indepe'.d.n FMod. Alligator. Friday, Januory 0, I975 f (Castro) was an American politician, he could be President.' Professor' remindjs tH-' 'Distinguished has on press as they upper cose U," filter out Ai dirp no Monk ewicz is more in his element orders scotch and smokes Kool he He ofter Kool The Aootress, who bears a striking resemblance to Linda Loveice, has been hanging around the wrong side of the bor She orders ond coling A He's kilking about tosc i riot' c ould get struts around the Aonk iew'cz hks trip toc very charming mon elected in ony slate in this "Lovey Cuba room taking Castro is o I'm convinced he country If he 'NoV qosps the waitress in disbeb et Monkiewic, suggests the famed Wotergote source is actually a composite of severoi high-Level figures. The waitress fits Tell us about out, scratching her hood. Eagleton. How did he get the nommnation? Monkiewic, says the McGovern camp knew the Missouri senator had been in the hospita!, but they never guessed the extent of the problem "You'd have to ossumte that whatever there was in his record would hove come out in four (state) ejected He believes Kennedy's story about Choppoquiddick because, he says, if he wanted to make up on excuse he would have done a better lob. Were Kennedy and Mary J0Kopechne romantically involve-d? 'Impossible, says Monkiewicz flatly Mankiewicz is a tremendous hit at dinner because Ihe crowd thinks he knows everything If he doesn't, He offers a guess or on opinion that sets them reeling The ans,ght that mode him on ace strategist for two presidential contenders is evident in his thought, and was on American politician, he could be President He says Cuba s revolution was a success because Castro exported oil the opposition Miami were still in Cuba, keep them under control no drug problem, only If oN the Cubans in a police state could As it is, there is practically no prostitution there The streets, Monkiewicz says, ore immaculate. "Hovoa is like Miami Beech if you didn't paint tar 10 years As Mankiewicz wolfs Watergate. down cam poigns "When it become more obvious that Eagqeton hod extensive treatment, perhaps McGovern should hove oced him sooner, Mankiewicz theorizes "McGoverm was at his best as a human being, when he was at his worst as a politician." Yet Monkiewic, says Eagleton was his first for the slot, after Ted Kennedy. And he says it Cronkite, ''the most also a steak, talk turns to "Who wos Deep Throat?" someone osks, choice Walter trusted man in America," was on the list. Monkiewicz is optimistic about Kennedy's future in politics. He could run mi eight years and still be the in his book, Watergate." "Perfectly Written before Agnew's Clear. Nixon from Whittier to resignation, the book speculates about why on oiling President would force from office a just-as-hurting "If Agnew number two man. wil only resign, Nixon pointrment of a strong, scandal-free thinks the opvice president to take his place would enhance the notion that he has put Watergate behind him and is moving on 'with the business of the country."' And despite o "blond" presidency, Ford has filled as the waitress approaches 'There's o consensus in Washington no Deep Throat," be A youngest president ever besides his brother. that there was years he'll still be younger than Nixon says In T6 the bill. After all, Monkiewicz says, "the national was when mood may very well be 'leave us olone'-not 'bring us together.'" r (PRE-AMPS AND RECEIVERS, TOO) Another Audio, etc. Clinkc this Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30 and ii to help you be sure your equipment is meeting its specs. Our $3500.00 MeAdams Digital Audio Analyzer can measure R.M.S., power up to 500 watts per channel with up to 4 channels operating, and can test for T.H.D. and k.M. distortion down to .002%. We can also check frequency response and signal to noise ratio, etc. 599.9 i.W. 13 Se. YlIIkopper Shopping Center T-4107 Please Phone Ahead For Appointment Open 10-9 Weekdays 10-8 Saturday 'I 4j 7

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Pag. 12, EXILA Th. Isdep.n.Mntft.M. MIgrter. Fday, Joaerv I0, 975' i ndiv idual He makes it understood Th en be lets you photograph him Percival Young said, "I'm no different from you mron Understand where I am coming from?' Compaesy officials insist that the West Indians feel there 'soa social stigma attached to cutting cone. U.S. Sugar officials are reluctant to let reporters or photographers toik with the men "No point in causing any dissension among these people,' he added, cautioning us about getting ft close. But there is no dissension among the cone cutters, only a sort of resignation to the fact that there is uile else for them to do. And although, they may not lhke the dirty and exhausting work of cutting cone, the unappetizing ond monotonous food, the low woges, the cramped housing, the lack of water and toilets in~ the fields, the men accept tinir situation. They do so because they wont something many other West Indians do not hove the chance to work for -a better life. Humble beginnings. Garfield Sinclair said it. "A have to try for myself." Meanwhile the high price of sugar and the low cost of labor bring tremendous profits for the sugar Companies 'We have to get what we can get," said Lee "And if you don't believe that then we ore on opposite ends of the spectrum" Lessons on Guitor, 5.string Banjos, Mandolin, Bass, and Fiddle -Discount prices on Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos and ocsnois Specialists renovating in refinishing,. and repairing 311IN.,MMN an -6an 2-man Ii THE ACOUSTIC SCUf4DS OF BROUHAHA 1 EA T LUNCH WIT H US TODA K ALL SANDWICHES V. POUND ON WHITE, RYE. OR ONION ROLL FREE DRAFT WI/H SA 110WE/I .HAPPY HOUR 5-1 377-2688,a Mmmd a failed Ut ars yewr pad? Phd mis truu, a Sluor Ad. I -u II