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No more heat or air conditioning for most of UF :



By TOM SHRODER Hanson said he hoped to save as much ,as Greene cited examples of requests for The total utility bill is S3.2 million per year.
Alligator Staff Writer $250,000 by restricting the use of heating and reinstatement of cooling units from a thick The recent 3.3 per cent rate increase by
air conditioning through the rest of the year. stack of forms collected in the last attempt to Florida Power Corp. will add about another
" Faced with a budget deficit of SI.96 Calvin Greene, director of UF's physical conserve energy during last year's oil crisis. $450.000. Greene estimated.
; million, UF Executive Vice President Harold plant, said he would work on a' more precise Most complaints centered on possible UF WAS budgeted $1 million less than
Hanson called for the immediate shutdown of estimate of savings.EXEMPTED equipment damage and the lack of any other needed to pay the utility bill.
.most UF air conditioners. from the general shutdown of form of ventilation in the building. Subsequent allocations have brought the
Operation of heating systems. will be air conditioning and cooling units are campus REFERRING to the serious' economic deficit figure down to $700,000.
restricted to morning hours, Hanson said.: housing, the computer complex, the life situation\ Hanson said, "Something has got to Since students living in dormitories have
BOTH restrictions will remain in effect sciences building J. Hillis Miller Health be done. We turn off lights before we fire paid for air conditioning in rent payments
until July 1, or until another way is found to Center, and the language laboratory Hanson graduate students. We shut off heating beforewe Hanson said he will not shutdown dormitoryair
make up the nearly $2 million deficit. said. fire graduate students.." conditioning units.




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p By KAREN MEYER stepped up "and are now mandatory," State Marston's immediate reaction was concern
Alligator Staff Writer University System Chancellor Robert Mautz for the effect on those students now "very
said. nervously" awaiting answers to applications
The Board of Regents abruptly halted all' tor admission."I .
AMONG THESE efforts
are a system-wide
admissions to Florida's state universities hope this will be handled very quickly,"
hiring freeze to last until the budget for
Monday.The Marston said. "1 think everyone has a sense of
employe salaries shrinks by two per cent, and "
action the board's the of the situation.
proposed by newest reducing electrical consumption at the nine urgency
member, Marshall Harris, is designed to give state universities.An ADMISSIONS will remain frozen until
regents time to study long-range admissions additional $3 million savings over what regents' staffers can study how drastic a cut
cutbacks as a means to meet drastic funding in funds will be needed next year and whether
had previously been asked of the universitiesis
shortages.NO cutting admissions is a workable alternativeto
to balance the university
now necessary
save money, according to Mautz.
.FURTHER admissions contracts at system budget: Mautz said. Charles Perry, president of Florida In-
any.level for upcoming quarters will be mailedout Administrators from several of the state ternational University in Miami, voiced
although admissions offices are "to universities voiced concern about spring concern that upper division and graduate
continue processing admissions," Regents quarter admissions current enrollment institutions-such as FlUmight bear the
Chairman Marshall Criser said. commitments and the possibility that by worst burden of long-range admissions
lowering enrollments in certain federally-
With the university system's utility deficit funded programs the universities would face cutbacks.The .
soaring even higher than the $2.5 million loss of federal funds. reason the upper division institutions
predicted earlier, and with, orders from the might suffer, Perry said, is because freshman
Florida Cabinet to cut back other spending by UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston admissions are processed earlier than upper
$8.5 million, long-range cutbacks in next suggested each university gather and submit division transfers, and an across-the-board
fall's admissions has 6ecome a "possible enrollment data to the Regents executive admissions shutdown would fall more heavilyon
alternative" to reduce spending. committee within the next 10 days, "rather the upper division transfers and graduate

1l' 1 Earlier money-saving efforts need to be than freeze everything today." students.


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l' STUART EMMRICH have to make a 20 per cent cut in freshmen said he was shocked to find the freeze was to '
!. Alligator Staff Writer alone next fall. A lot of kids are going to be be imposed immediately and with no set '
disappointed," Hanson said. ending date. '
UF officials, most taken by surprise by the Robert Bryan interim vice president for Bryan admitted the freeze might save the
Board of Regents immediate freeze on ad academic affairs said he was "astounded" at SUS some money, but added he doubted if it
missions to the State University System, the news of the admissions freeze. was an appropriate move.
expressed both ,shock and pleasure at the BRYAN, who said he had not heard of the "I 1 heard the financial crisis was severe, but
Monday decision. freeze until a reporter called for comment.RICHARD I fail to understand how freezing admissions
UF Executive Vice President Harold would help our financial difficulties very

Hanson said he was "surprised but pleased"with much.
the regents' decision to halt all admissions "EACH STUDENT costs a certain amountto
to the,SUS while they take a close educate-the tuition only pays for 25 per
Ay u look at the cost involved in the running of the. cent of the total education-but this move
universities. i will cause untold problems. I don't know how

IIANSON, agreeing with the decision to the board will be able to justify this action.
examine the budget and financial operation "The citizens of the state want to send their

photos by chip hirer of the SUS. said, "I think we ought to stand children to the university, and I don't know
back and look at the entire situation. It's a how they are going to react to this news. .
New regentWhat's Hood idea.." "I'm simply shocked," Bryan said.
RICHARD Whitehead, dean of admissionsand
Hanson said the freeze would "probablyjust
it like to 'join the state Board of' be a temporary holdup. 1 don't expect records, also said he had not heard of the
Regents in the middle ,of massive this thing to last too long." BOR freeze, and had not.received any instructions
budget cutbacks, utilities deficits, and Hanson said sOme kind of 'action' on', to cease the processing of applicants
other miscellaneous crises? The faces of enrollment was expected but added he was .. tor next year.
Marshall Harris, who joined the regents surprised the freeze on admissions was inv "We have to wait and see what the official
Monday for the first time might tell the posed at Monday's meeting. fF policy is before we do anything," Whiteheadsaid.
story. Harris, appointed earlier this ALTHOUGH Hanson said he doubted the .
month by Gov Reubin Askew, is a freeze would last until next year, he explained He said freshmen have already been sent
Florida who actively some cuts have to be made .in admissions letters of acceptance for next year and said hewasri
veteran legislator how freeze would affect these
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sought the regents post. And after the :"Upper class applications are running 15 WH ITEHEAD students
talk about problems, it isn't all bad, is it chief' (See 'reu.. '
per cent ahead of last ear's pace and we will admIssions + ('11, page five)
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WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford proposed -

Monday night a 12 per cent rebate on 1974 income taxes up to
$1,000 a person, and increased taxes and tariffs to drive fuel but DemosFORD'S

prices higher and discourage consumption.In SO QO

his first speech from the White House to,the American a..a... ." i ... ... -
people, Ford laid out the program he will put before Congress
Wednesday to fight recession, inflation and the energy 11 f WASHINGTON (UPI) House Democratic leaders
shortage. pledged Monday to pass a tax cut of$10 billion or more in 60

HE CALLED tor a one year ban on new federal spending : PLAN I.I. days as part of a Democratic plan to combat recession.

programs, a 5 per cent ceiling on increased Social Security The broad 12-point plan whose other proposals to boost

benefits this year and on federal pay increases, and a $4 I i the economy included more aid'to the jobless and interest rate
billion tax cut for farmers and businessmen to spur em- : o A $16 billion tax cut through a subsidies for housing immediately drew fire from Senate

ployment.Ford '. 12 per cent tax rebate up to $1,000 Republican Leader Hugh Scott who scoffed at its chances of

said he would ask Congress to relax auto pollution family and tax breaks for approval.IN .
standards to improve gas mileage, impose about $30 billion in .' per CAPITAL letters. Scott wrote "not enacted by the 93rd
taxes on all petroleum and natural gas, and tax the windfall .: businesses and farmers. fJ Congress" next to 10 of the 12 points.

profits of the big oil companies.He A one-year spending ban including f) "We are treated today to a further manifesto of the

said using existing authority he will impose a $3 a barrel '.: a 5 per cent ceiling on social I Democratic Congressional majority" Scott said in a
tariff on 6.5 million barrels of oil the country imports every I statement. "This must have been the 15th or 20th such
: security benefits.A v manifesto on the economy issued since the beginning of the

day.FORD CALLED for these measures: '. relaxing of auto pollution 93rd Congress from one House or another or from the

e An immediate Federal Income Tax cut of $16 billion. standards to increase gas mileage. Democratic National Committee. "
Of this, $12 billion will be cut from individual Income Tax i.
( Under existing power, impose aI IJ. THE PROGRAM, produced by,a 10-member DemocraticTask
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bills on earnings of 1974 in the form of a cash rebate of 12 per .
executive block
for to
tariff oil Force, also called power big
cent of taxes due-up to a limit$1,000 per family. $3-per-barrel on imported ,
\I companies' price increases for 90 days or for longer in the case
The other $4 billion would go to business, including "far- plus a tax on the "windfall profits"f of monopolies, and allocation I of credit to housing and small
mers, to "promote plant expansion and create more jobs. It OJI "
oil companies. i business instead of "speculative and inflationary uses.
will take the form of a one-year increase from 10 to 12 per ,
The most innovative idea was for a tax to discourage banks
cent in the investment tax credit.
from charging more than 9 per cent interest on loans. Income
e Using emergency powers under a 1962 law an increase
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DEMOCRATS' PLAN earned from higher rates would be taxed away.
through executive authority in the tariff on each barrel of i
At crowded conference a frowning Albert refused to
news
imported crude oil. The increase would be $1 in February, $2 a
be pinned down on what size tax cut he or the panel favored.
in March and $3 in April. A tax cut ranging from $10 to $20 Y YJ f
e A "more comprehensive program of energy con- r HE SAID economists had been calling for tax cuts ranging
servation taxes on oil and natural gas" to cut consumption.The ?i J billion.More from $10 billion to $20 billion. "I assume it will be higher

revenue from this would yield about $30 billion a year t aid to the jobless. than S10 billion" and somewhere within that range he said.

and would be fed back into the economy "in the form of Interest rate subsidies for Lho The Democrats' seven-page paper released Sunday showed

additional payments and credits to individuals, business and I : they were unable to agree on ways to curb energy con-
state and local government." Cash payments would go "to f1.: :vExecutive ... sumption 'without sending the economy into a tailspin.The .
those who pay no income taxes because of low earnings. Theyare power to block price :' panel settled on asking House committees to look at a

the hardest hit by inflation and higher energy costs." i increases for 90 days. I: gamut of ideas ranging from rationing of gasoline and fuel oil

e A tax on the "windfall profits" of the oil companies. b_ A tax discouraging banks fromimposing to higher taxes and weekend sales bans.
e Delaying by five years the tough antipollution standardsso .ALBERT DENIED the Democratic group sought to steal a
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that automakers can build cars to yield a 40 per cent i:r. I more than 9 per cent interest I! march on Ford by laying out its proposals first.

improvement in gas mileage. on loans. I IJMt:2 It Albert said he wanted a tax cut moved through the House
e "Stronger measures" to speed development of coal within 60 days-even if that means foregoing controversial
nuclear solar and geothermal energy resources. << : if ;Xm Jf1 1tE::f? ;z.Your i tax reforms until


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By KAREN MEYER In other action, the BOR recommended the state give Argument over who should administer the solar energy
J.-, .. and' ., Gainesville property for a new fire station and approved a new center resulted in a 4.3 split vote favoring Fit
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I /yy, :,.BRIAKJONES'I! . Alligator Staff Writers Technological University (FTU) on Florida's east coast. the administration of UF, saying the center's programs might
THE RECOMMENDED site of the fire station is a 1.2 acre detract from other major research.
A tuition hike for UF and other state universities this yearis plot on Archer Road near the Veterans Hospital.The The Solar Energy Center, located next to the Kennedy
almost a certainty, two top university system officials said action resolves a debate of several years between the Space Center, will be a focal point for research and
Monday. city and UF on where to establish a second station to serve the development for the Southeast, said William Phillips, directorof
Marshall Harris, newly-appointed member of the Board of campus and adjacent areas. Science and Engineering for the regents staff.Makin' .
Regents, and State University System Chancellor Robert
Mautz both said the Florida legislature-which meets in
April-will probably enact higher tuition rates.
"THE TUITION hike is a real possibility, but I think it will
be a modest hike," said Harris, who served in the legislature
lor eight years before becoming a regent.
Mautz gave a quick "yes" reply to quizzes about whetherhe
expected the legislature to enact higher tuition this year.
Harris said "the legislature must hike tuition or some
programs will be cut. There just is not enough money to go
around."

ALEXIA HART, student body president at the Universityof
West Florida, vowed that student leaders "will fight" a
tuition increase with a newly-organized student lobby.
Regents Chairman Marshall! Criser said "I won't say yes or
no on a tuition hike at this time, but it is time to examine a
modest tuition hike."


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many as 100 classes in University College (UC) could be
canceled spring quarter if funds aren't found to pay UC
graduate assistants. ,
"We have funds to carry people through the winter
quarter," Dr. George Bentley, UC assistant dean, said
Monday
Dr. Herbert J. Doherty, chairman of UC social sciences
department, received a memo from Bentley, stating economic photo by John moron
problems exist which will cause layoffs to be made by spring
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quarter. When your world is dead It might not be as good
You've got to get it through your head But it must be understoodIn
SEVERAL DOZEN assistants in English and math, and "a
There's another world shoulder. the be wiser and older.
tracks over your new one you'll
couple of dozen" in the smaller departments will be affectedby
the cutbacks, Brown said.
The assistants are half or third-time assistants accordingto
Doherty. One assistant involved in the special services
program will be the only one retained in the social sciences

department."Notices were put in their mailboxes today," Doherty said. Grad students squeezed again I
"I 1 think the university is trying tQ take care of it, even if they
have to turn the heat ott."

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"LET'S CUT off the heat and let's cut off the lights." Dr. By BRIANJONES' Gay.Crosier, speaking for the American Association of
Bob Burton Brown UC dean said. Alligator Layout Editor University Professors (AAUP) said, "Research appears to be,
"You have to look at the part of the budget which is by its very nature wasteful and time consuming. But it is the

biggest," he said. In spite of strenuous objections from faculty groups, the only way to overcome the temptations of deadly entrenchmentin
The two largest parts are faculty salaries and the utility bill. Board of Regents Monday set limits on the number of the status quo."
Brown said the loss of "good! people" takes many years to
graduate: hours per !student that the university. system will pay
replace. He suggested UF "sacrifice physical comfort over the lor. Florida State University Student Body President David
next few months" in an effort to hold the assistants here at Aranofsy spoke against the graduate limits, and said graduate
UF.. Althought the'' funding limits don't prevent graduate degree requirements'which presently are below the funding
!students from enrolling for more hours than is necessary to : maximums might be upped so universities can. ;receive
"IT'S BETTER than hungry families Brown said. get= their masters or Ph.D.degrees the limits do say, in effect more !state university system funding.
,Shutting off.. the heat and lights will probably be a that either the graduate student or individual universitiesmust
presidential decision, according to Brown. It Is not something"one pick up the tab for extra ,hours. "THE UNIVERSITY attitude here may become 'Ie 's
dean in charge! of one or two buildings" can change by utilize the ma:.imum.; and I don't think that would give the
himself. ALL GRADUATE students including those already. on !students in these programs a fair shake," Aranofsy said. ,:
The memo sent to department chairmen Monday is an, their ..way.to graduate' degrees, ,are affected by the limits ,
dtort to clarify the situation and inform the assistants so they. although individual exceptions are provided for. Robert Mautr State Univesity' System Chancellor,
can begin, to look far other employment for spring quarter. The .regents weie\ .torced to adopt !graduate hour funding ,, defended the limits as "not' harmful academically." )He said
the legislature "had to be persuaded" to !set the maximum
'caps bv' the !state legislature which established its own .
THE CUTS made specific Monday were part of. a large graduate hour funding guidelines last April. hours allowed lor the most extensive degree programs! at 190
reduction in the number of !I'aduatcssistants who will be hours. .
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The I funding limits \'ary among degree programs but in no
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asked to return In the.spring.\ r instances 'will the university for than 65 ..Il t The
40 and ,50 cuf$ In English'' system pay n10e" j oliis i ; a.ih1cttr) / itacinthe; Jlu e.osens.
Brown said: there will be between ,
hours taken student and 190
fry a pursuing a masters degree wQrk'who
40 from the math depart'ment. taking graduate course w are not working toward a
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hours for a student pursuing! a Ph.D, de ree. particular degree according to Mautz. "
In .
in smaller
as well as several more departments: .
University College! Brown said. '- OPPOSING the limits. UF romantic: languages! Prof.: i"Re gentChester Fergus/ said,"We have to start somewhere."
Brown said the $150,00 per month which would belated .by, l Raymond\ ( ay Crosier said they added up to "an educational 'He argued that the regents. caught between the legislative'mandate
shutting flown the heat. ,and\ lights at UF. if continued for two .trait jacket" leaving the student no latitude for electives ,or and the wishes ot'the, universities, 'can improve this
months, would solve the problem in lack of funds. explorations." program/ ; if v\e sec it needs it."



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By JOE MORAN Monday morning between three rings and a wallet were
( Alligator Staff Writer 3:30: and 6, and two wallets taken. INTRODUCESTHE
and a MOO money order were On Saturday morning two
Burglars stole more than reported missing. rooms in South Hall, one in HAUS BURGER
$1,300 in cash ,and property RawlingsfcHall,.,and 'one in ,
from 12 UF dorm this ONE ROOM' IN Trusler
I rooms Weaver Hall were entered.
weekend, according to Hall two, in Simpson Hall, Two hundred forty-five V4 Ib. of 100% pure beef burger
University Police DepartmentUPD and three in South Hall were dollars in cash was taken fixin's65C
i ( ) reports. entered Sunday morning. long with three wallets, twc on sesame seed bun with'
Jim Shuler, UPD public Four watches, $145 in cash, watches, a purse and a ring.
information officer, said the
rooms were entered during a Mankiewicz speaks todayFrank
three-day period beginning
Saturday. Mankiewicz, a well known political commentator
SHULER DID not say and distinguished professor at UF, will give his first public Along with all of allfttB
whether UPD suspected the lecture, at the Law School Auditorium at 9:15: tonight.The .
thefts were committed by the lecture, "The Fallout of Watergate," is open to the
same person, but he said it public and is the first of five public lectures Mankiewicz will Great Subs,. Sandwiches, & Combinations
was "strange that they all present during winter quarter.
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happened at the same time.
In each of the 12 cases, the
thief entered an unlockedroom GSU to discuss grad financesThe ENJOY alUtts THREE WAYS
during the late night or
early morning hours while the Graduate Student Union will discuss the, financial
occupants of the room were plight of graduate students at a protest meeting tonight at,
8 in room 205 Peabody. EATINTAKEOUT
! sleeping according to police
records. UF President Robert Q. Marston was invited but
"Students: think they'reliving declined to attend due to a Board of Regents directive DELIVERY ,
in some kind of Utopia forbidding individual institutions from meeting with union FAST-FREE

when unlocked they" leave Shuler, their said.doors representatives.The GSU'is.affiliated with United Faculty of Florida.READER'S (v/ithin, 3 mile radius including Archer Rd.
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wallets,' jewelry or watches, Samson,, having a volunteer recruitment and orientation 'ff
the reports stated.According meeting today at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
to UPD reports, Auditorium. It was incorrectly reported for Monday night in '
cash and property were taken What's Happening. The Alligator regrets the error. GIVE US
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SNuFFY U aGEiZys TOWING' SERVICE turned into a confrontation between members of the
N.on:Mk,. IINf'tl Mrd.yMVVe.werd, s' ,1 t N'fs \ University Professors for Academic Order and Dr. Robert A.
"":\' )': \ : : Blume.
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.,. : ." ', :" ,"J'b, : : Blume, a member of the United Faculty of Florida (UFF) ,
',Withpil Differ i tried to present his group's position on collective bargainingwhen
changs,
ffy : : : UPAO members disagreed with his basic arguments on
how bargaining should be handled.
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1017 W. BLUME SAID the UFF was opposed to any college'sfaculty
getting higher salaries than any other college's.Dr. .
Eileen Sullivan, UPAO president,said faculty should be
more interested in maintaining their professionalism and
THE "MORE OF" PIZZA salaries.quality of teaching, and less interested in attaining higher

"We don't need this massive overhaul," Sullivan said of
the efforts toward collective bargaining. "I don't agree that
we need this structure."
"THERE'S A great fear of unions" Blume admitted. But
he added "an individual unit is independent."
Blume also reacted to criticism concerning the power of
groups such as the UFF, which is connected with the
American Federation of Labor (AFL-CIO] ).
"The union (UFF)decides for itself what it's going to do,"
Blume said. He said there was power which the AFL-CIO
exerts on the collective bargaining process on the behalf of the
UFF but the local group makes the key decisions.DR. .
FRANK B. Wood, a UPAO member, accused the
UFF movement of being inspired and led by UF College of
Education faculty.
"They've been a standing joke for 50 years," Wood said,
.. referring to the College of Education.
"This is all sort of a dream world," Wood said. He said
Blume ,and the UFF had no evidence they will be able to
negotiate effective contracts for faculty members: at state
universities if UFF is elected faculty bargaining agent.
"Our interests are not the same," Dr. James R. Cade,
A power-packed pizza order a 9, 12, or 16" UPAO member, said, referring to differences between the
medical school and the college of education.
from Shelley's means pizza with any com- "YOU DON'T have a discipline," Sullivan told Blume.
She said the UPAO and all faculty members "are now part
more of everything. bination of ingredients.And of the political system" because of the collective bargaining
law, passed last spring by the state legislature.]
the Wood said there must be other alternatives. "The faculty
more anchovy more Shelley's man
pep- ( senate is a very powerful instrument," Wood said.
will that hot The university Senate sent a resolution to the Board of
peroni more to
pizza
sausage, get Regents Dec. 5 which recommended the UF faculty be
considered a separate collective bargaining unit.
more mushrooms, more you fast, along with your SINCE THEN four faculty associations have been formedat
UF with the intention of becoming recognized as
green pepper, more favorite beer or fine separate bargaining units. The associations have been for-
med in the colleges of Engineering, Law and the Health
onion/ more bacon wines. Call 378-1628 or Center, as well as in the Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences.
more ground beef, more 372-6582 and get readyfor One UPAO member said he felt in general sympathy with

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the UF administration.
of what makes your an extra ingredient The BOR went on record Monday as being against
collective: bargaining for employes of the university system.

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WHITEHEAD said the BOR freeze was- .
the first he had ever heard of in the history of "

PIZZA POWER TTThti the.SUS.. _,
"We have operated under enrollmentceilings ._,
before, but there has never been a '
o ar freeze imposed and I've been here for 40
years," Whitehead said. ,
"\", ;' Bob Burton Brown. University College ,':
dean, said he agreed with the freeze and
r, 1 added the BUR should have frozen
enrollments some time ago.
"IT MAKES !sense" he said. "If we have a ,

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William Elmore. vice president for ad-
I I. \'rE1': MUI'I.; I ministrative affairs,said he couldn't] comment
.. 01\the regents'/ action' because he had, ot.l bvlfJcialJ ; en
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discussion, in a single meeting, the Board of

Regents yesterday slammed shut the door to public / "t1

higher education in Florida. ,, .,
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It was the archetypical regents action. I IaTr
Applications for admission at all levels, from

freshman to graduate student, are frozen while the mot

regents figure out how to give. the state back $8.5

million. ? ..,..., a..
To cope with a problem of how to educate

taxpayers in the face of drastic budget cuts and a EXCUSE JUTE\ ,5l R... SOT ANY SPARE CHANGE
52.5,million utilities budget, the regents solution is

simply not to educate any new taxpayers.

brain It is tumor.like amputating your head to remove a CIA probe i ignoring forestMost


The full effect of the action is not yet known.

.Admissions officials around the state are told to members of the media have gone oft in a particularly
useless direction, in their examination of the current Central
process applications but not to send out letters of
(CIA) hullabaloo. BRIAN DONERLY
' Intelligence Agency ,
As for letters of
already
', acceptance. acceptance The cause of the day seems to be the composition of Pres.
, sent, UP officials throw up their hands and look Ford's investigating committee. It is considered ominous that
perplexed.The the commission contains at least two known conservatives any branch of the government. '
fates of thousands of students around the including an unsavory former actor. THIS IS an approach unlikely to be taken. Instead, the
state and the nation seeking admission to Florida's THE OTIIER members of the committee have been investigating committees will conduct a painstaking search
described as being "thoroughly establishmentarian and for violations of the CIA's charter.
nine state universities are equally fuzzy. conventional" (Tom Wicker) and "establishment fuddy- This will entail close scrutiny of the foreign contacts of
The regents' action was initiated by Marshall Buddies with a high pain threshold on questions of justice those under surveillance secret orders of the National
Harris who, in hisfirst board meeting, lived up to and morality." (Joeseph Kraft) Security Council, 'the actions of CIA's "alumni," and other
his self-styled cieanhouse' attitude better-or Both columnists conclude that the investigation will resultin absorbing matters.
worse-than we expected.The little more than a slap on the wrist for the CIA. While dissecting the twigs on their chosen tree, the investigators
This may well be true. However I don't think the com will almost surely lose sight of the forest.
reason given for.the admissions freeze is to
position of the presidential commission (or the four Presumably, all of the committees will come up with some
see whether cutting enrollments is an acceptable congressional committees investigating the CIA) is par- violations of the CIA's charter. Reforms will be proposed and
method of saving money. ticularly important. I think the investigation will come to some of them adopted. After that we will all be able to rest
The Board of Education cut $8.5 million from nothing because the wrong questions are being asked. assured that the right government agency is investigating us.
the state university system's budget and ordered ODDLY ENOUGHWilliam F. Buckley Jr. comes closer to AT BOTTOM, this is a reformist investigation concerned
the real issues in his analysis of the situation. He points out with the necessity of each investigatory agency spying on the
the regents to save another $3 million. In addition,
quite correctly, that almost everything the CIA is accused of right people. The CIA should spy on the foreign bad guys; the
the board is faced with utilities deficit of
a more doing would have been legal if done by some other federal
than $2.5 million. agency in most cases the FBI.
Merely the abruptness of the regents' action Buckley concludes this is just a jurisdictional dispute that
provides some hope it will be reversed soon. should arouse no more interest than the Department of Interior -

It is reminiscent of a knee-jerk policy adoptedlast Agriculture.performing functions reserved to the Department of OPINIONFBI

bar convicted felons from
year to university after his
Unfortunately, excellent beginning Buckley goes
programs. The policy was withdrawn a week later, off in a predictable direction. He questions the patriotism of
the regents pretended to study the idea for a few people critical of the CIA and comes out four square in favorof

more weeks just to save face, then dropped it. country, flag, and spooks.
It is dubious whether the admissions freeze will DESPITE HIS unfortunate conclusion,Mr. Buckley has hit should bug the domestic baddies.As .
save Administrators pointed out that on an important point. Does it make any difference to the is usually the case when reformers do their thing
money. 10,000 Americans supposedly spied on that their files are in nothing fundamental will be changed. You will have to take
federal money could be jeopardized if enrollmentin the CIA's computer banks rather than those of the FBI? comfort from the fact that it is now an FBI man on your tail
some programs is lowered. And while student Would they really feel better knowing that their records are and not somebody from the CIA.
tuition covers less than a quarter of the cost of in the right files I doubt it. One can't help but wonder what a reformer's last thought
' education, legislative appropriations for the However rather than concluding from this that there is no would be in front of a firing squad. My guess is that he wouldbe

university sytem are based on a t ormula of.full- problem Americans, one could .instead question the propriety. of tiles on wondering whether the squad was wearing the right
10,000 mostly war protestors being kept by uniform.
time enrollment figures. -
And what will the effect of the freeze have on the

,state's new desegregation plan, adopted under the The
Independent David
Smith
, threat of losing $70 million in federal money Terri Wood
Editor-in-chief Editor
unless more minority students are brought into the Florida Managing
system? AlhgatorOil

' Recent attacks on the state university system by Oil ;
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1 so bad JanisI -i : 1\ .


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the mistake of inhaling with my
note and it sounded.like the gurgle of a
- straw. Choke, choke choke ",., if I had a TONY AnNADE] .::, .'
beard it'd be possible to cut it off and use

: it as a soggy sponge. downtownPasco County halfway between a
Yes, Janis Mara, you poor, abused, cypress swamp and an orange grove.. Afterall '
suffering soul I too read the of
story the place produces more chickens per
your tragic Christmas vacation. What a acre than any area in the state of Florida,
tear jerker, the horror, the agony, then not to mention the sweet smellin notedibleside
humiliating experience you braved, being product that the chickens produce.Yes .
I held prisoner at home for two whole, ho- Janis, someday you'll have to make
hum, weeks. the smoke filled pool tabled, hub of the
MY FACE is full of salt water. Get the world.

Army Corps of Engineers because my San Antonio bar, 'where folks discuss
roommates are reading the paper-. and such exciting subjects as I last ,Sunday's
what a tragedy. but by god it's not so action packed episode in church, or the
bad. I haven't seen such clean cheeks quality of various brands of chewing tt:
since love story swelled our commerciallysteered tobacco. .., ,\\, ,
emotions to sobs. .. '. ,', ,
WHAT ABOUT old friends? They'restill
And the grapevine says you're from the there either all right and justly ') ".. .
lower east coast of Florida a transplanted married or hard core alcoholics, and ":'.,,"; ...
piece of California stuffed with neon usually both.
nightlife, negligent nameless northerners At the bar it's who's more masculine by
and notorious male chauvanists lurking how much whiskey he can chug even J VIEWPOINTS
down back alleys, just waiting for a nice better if you set it aflame first.
college-girl to walk by unsuspecting and. Now and then the excitment swells to '
zap .. captured into a date with the fellow heart thumpin levels when some lost, ;. : .,1/'; ';.,...'
spending all of the money. How confused tourist straggles off the bumper-

horrifying.Yes to-bumper yankee highway and heads into .
a chauvinist could catch you with town thinking he's in the heart of the 7
your guard down and .. oh no .> you're Amazon Basin. M'\1Ltlt4y .
forgetting about principles and enjoying it He says something about the blue sky, .. ..
Or maybe your not enjoying it, but what serenity and what a nice resort it is, and I /. tf' \" 'i.
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about exploiting it? What better way to reply "yeah it's a last resort" while some I' ,< $
outright destroy a male chauvinist than to friend of mine gets his jollies directing the ....." J\Jl" r..: ./Y"'
.. oh .. hypocritical double standard and car off into some lonely region of the "t ) ....-- rI
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all that .. to pull when he pushes. Make county. I -
the bastard spend a little money and he'll "IT'S FUN, and hell I may be 22 but 11'1 I ,' f 17 l..cr.rI : ;: : .
be begging for a little equality.* what else you gonna do around this place," f II SAN n
YES I AGREE with you the best part of he replies when I ask him why he's t I _
Christmas is the.'Tm never coming backto plastered on a Sunday afternoon. '", I < -
this prison, you folks are ignorant and "There's no place to go no girls. And I ;;r ;;' -", -
can stuff it." end, when the car is tankedup besides, 1 drink on Sunday afternoons .. < ...... .
and the Gainesville city limit signs look because I sobered up from Sunday :I :::: "'\.
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Anyone who goes home should expect to Yes Janis, Christmas may be a drag, I
get free room and board even if it is more even on the East Coast. But consider ";
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board than anything else. But if you wanta yourself lucky. At least you have that I J .Q;:
real hot doggin humdingin, whopper hobby to keep yourself occupied, and if f I ,: :
snapper of a vacation, you ought to come you run out of jackets and pants and I I i j i F'fl I/ vr.
visit me 'in San Antonio some time. dresses, I have a coat that needs a new II, ,
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In these days of super-economy on the part of the state last year broke into the news as the man who single-handedly the plan by not disapproving It.A..TER .
government: two recent events have come out of Tallahassee exposed corruption in the enrollment practices of graduate THE session was over Harris would have slipped
that should send shivers up and down the spines of educators students in Floridas universities.To quietly out of politics except for an announcement that he
and administrators at UF those of you who have forgotten, or who were wandering wouldn't turn down an appointment to the BOR if.one just
The first was the appointment by Gov. Reubin Askew of around in a drug-crazed stupor to quote a' few legislators, happened to come his way.
former State Rep. Marshall Harris to the Board of Regents.TO Harris last March dropped the bomb that our sister institution As a result barring an unlikely event like the Florida
TIIOSE OF you who are new to the state university Florida State University was illegally, immorally and Cabinetorthe Florida Senate failing to approve him Marshall
!system or have not been following the news, the Board of tatteningly padding their graduate enrollment to suck a ,little Harris the public's watchdog, will be a member of the BOR,
more money out of the state.
TWO DAYS before the Legislature opened last April 2, DOUG HATChiSTAFF
Harris, an unknown outside Tallahassee and his constituencycalled
OPINIONRegents. a press conference to blast FSU for this insidious
practice. Later he accused UF and a couple other universitiesof WRITINGSan
the same thing.
Stories almost immediately appeared about university
I (BOR) is that body who by an act of god and the administrators gleefully coercing graduate students to register event almost as important as when now Circuit Court
Florida Legislature administers the nine state universities. lor more courses than they could possibly take to milk the Judge Elizabeth Kovachevich branded the dorms at UF and
and periodically try to run the lives of its students. state out of more money and. if some reports could be elsewhere "taxpayers whorehouses."
Harris, the former chairman of the appropriations com- believed, to bankrupt the state. The other event that is really scaring administrators of
mittee of the Florida House until his announced retirement But after the smoke cleared the state's chief fiscal wat. Floridas institutes of higher learning is the possibility that
chdog Auditor,General Ernest Ellison reported that less than they will not be able to play around with as high a pile of
4 per cent of the state's graduate students were over enrolled money as they usually do.
The Independent (tor more than 19 hours per quarter). PARTICULARLY upsetting is the fact that cuts will have to
ELLISON, WIIO has uncovered corruption and squan be made programs ended or severly restricted and quite,
Florida AlligatorDoug dering in' all levels in state government. blamed the meager possibly some classes and activities ended for good.
over enrollment on administrators misunderstanding the Chances are a large part of the cuts will be felt in the
Dial Cunningham cumbersome rules and regulations rather than to trying to gyp humanities arts and other related subjects, with few cuts in
Entertainment Editor Auoeiate Editor the state. agriculture medicine and certain engineering,areas
II. Harris can also be remembered asthe man who helped get! Many activities are already feeling the pinch in the arts, as
; George Kochoniec Jr. us our current tuition program when he stood up on the floorof evidenced by the recent lay-offs of graduate assistants in the
Photo Editor the House and proposed an' even higher plan than the theatre program.
regents. had. MANY MORE art and humanities projects and probably
Greg Forrer Mlndl? Krmon This action insured the legislature would not overule the social and basic science projects will be cut. But have no fear
Sport Editor Asst. New Editor. regents tuition plan. After the session was over students were that UF will continue at least at the Institute of Food and
told the Florida Legislature in its infinite wisdom approved Agricultural: Sciences and at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center.
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senior and community colleges, inclu- whose duties do not require: that they 9th
ding 18 presidents, will join a yet-un- maintain their stations, have been au-
known number of UF students, faculty thorized to attend the ceremony as To Open Fourth
members and administrators in the work-time. The inaugural event will also

academic procession accompanying Pre- be telecast live by the University's Music FestivalThe
sidential Inauguration ceremonies Fri- Public Broadcasting Station, WUFT, LT.GOV.JAMES WILLIAMS
day morning. Channel 5. To Bring Greetings President's Fourth Annual Festival
The Convocation, in the Florida Gym- Dr. Marston will deliver an address of Music a month-lone affair
nasium, will begin with the Processionalat outlining some of the goals he hopes the presented by the Department of Music,
9:30.: The program is scheduled to University will pursue during hi admini- T ,. begins this week with two presentationsof
commence at 10 o'clock. The SymphonicBand stration. Greetings from state. govern- Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (Choral -
conducted by Frank Wickes, will ment will be brought by Lt Gov. James ).
play preceding and during the Processional Williams. Andrew H. Hines, Jr., presi- The performances Thursday and Fri-
and for the formal Recessional dent of Florida Power Corporation of St day evenings at 8:30 in University
which will end the ceremony. Petersburg,will bring greetings from the Auditorium will feature the 80-member
Faculty members have until Tuesday Alumni Association he heads.; Faculty \ University Symphony Orchestra and a
afternoon to notify Marshal Earl Rodgers greetings will be brought by history l' ;;, 250-voice Festival Chorus, conducted by
1 telephone 392-1823. of their inten- professor Dr. David Chalmers, honoredby l' 'flo '.... ...;. it Peter Herman Adler, conductor at the
tions to march. Presidents or other his colleagues as the teacherlecturerof l Metropolitan Opera, musical director of
representatives of the 270 registered 1974. Student Body President Steve the NBC Opera Theater and the Julliard
student organizations should notify the Merryday will extend greetings for the '\ Opera Theater.
Office of Student Services, telephone student body. Board of Regents Chair- 41 Tickets to the concerts have been given
392-1261, if they plan to march. Students, man Marshall Criser will preside and : ;j'' out on a first-come, first-served basis,
through invitation to all registered deliver the change to the president. ,. 'f but persons not holding tickets will be
organizations, were asked to be official On Thursday night, out-of-town guests \ admitted after 8 p.m. if all seats have not
,
participants in the Inauguration and will and ceremony participants will attend a 'x.,. ,o"' .,;p been taken.A .
march between the visiting.governmental reception in the ballroom of J. Wayne special, section for the Thursday
and institutional guests and the Reitz Union, then attend in a body the ...... evening concert has been reserved for
faculty.At opening concert of the fourth annual MARSHALLCRISER out-of-town guests and participants. in the
the end of last week,55 students had President's Festival of Music. No other To Charge President Presidential Inauguration to be held
indicated they would march in the events are scheduled.The institutions of higher education who have Friday morning.
Procession and secretaries in Dr. Rod- Inauguration program, when ori- indicated attendance are as follows: Featured soloists will be soprano
ger's office said they had received a ginally conceived last summer beforeDr. Veronica Tyler, associate professor of
and Universities Coll-
"steady stream" of calls from faculty, in, Marston took over the presidency, Colleges : Barry music at the University of Florida and
addition to the more than 200 who had was to have included a Thursday ege, Sister Elizabeth Demirgian, Alumna winner of the 1966 Tchaikovsky Vocal
previously indicated their intentions to colloquium and several social functions.It ;; Bethune-Cookman College, Dr. Competition in Moscow; tenor John
march.Faculty members unable to meet was scaled down in keeping with Dr. Richard V. Moore, President; Eckerd McCollum,chairman of the University of
Colleze. 0. Wireman. Pres-
Dr. Billy
the deadline for renting academic regalia Marston's wishes to keep the program as ident; Florida A&M University, Dr. Michigan School of Music vocal depart-
have been urged to Join the general simple and inexpensive as possible. Benjamin L. Perry, President Florida ment and international opera performer;
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audience. Invitations were sent only to Florida mezzo-soprano Marvellee Cariaga, who
Second,third and fourth period classes institutions."Dr. State University, Dr. J. Stanley Mar- includes more than 30 major operatic
will be dismissed for the ceremony, Marston was certainly propheticlast shall, President; Florida Technological roles in her repertoire, and bass Noel
which will Dr. Robert Marston when he asked University, Dr. Charles N., Millican,
see Q. August us to scale Tyl, a Wagnerian specialist who has
officially installed as the University'sseventh down the planning," said Director of President; Jacksonville University, Dr. performed throughout the world.
president. He became president University Relations Fred Cantrell, Sam H. Frank, Dean, Arts & Sciences;
August 1. 'chairman of the Inauguration Steering Nova University, Inc., Dr. Abraham S.
Dr. Marston, in his endoffallquarterletter committee. "Revenue restrictions which Fischler, President; Palm Beach Atlantic Married Couples
to students,described the Inaugur- followed his request would certainly have College, Dr. Warner Earle Fusselle,
ation as having been "planned purposelyto dictated a scaling-down anyway. Now it President; Rollins College, Dr. Jack B.
focus attention on how the three groupsof is hoped that,the scaling-down will not Critchfield, President; Stetson Univ- Program Set
us (faculty, students and staff) can deter members of the community from ersity, Dr. Robert S., Chauvin, Dean; .
work together for a greater university." attending. Hopefully, attendance will be University of Miami, Dr. Henry King The Married Student Center will offer
.He pointed out that this will be only the large to show the president the backing of. Stanford, President; University of North the first program in a series on "How To
seventh Presidential inauguration in the the campus community for his efforts to Florida, Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter, Improve Your Marriage" at 7:30: p.m.
r 70-year history of the location of the curtail every expenditure possible shortof President; University( of South Florida, Wednesday in the Center's headquartersin
University in Gainesville.To expenditures for instruction." Dr. Carl D..Riggs, VIce-President, and the Methodist Center at 1320 W.
fully carry out the campus focus ofI Representatives of the 28 Florida Webber College, Dr. Ronald W. McFad- University Avenue.
den DeaJi. The focus of the discussion: by Tim
Community Colleges and Junior Colleges Russell, marriage counselor at Student
; A&S China Week To Feature : Broward Community College, Dr. Mental Health in the Infirmary will be on
: I Willis N. Holcombe; Assistant to the "improving communication patterns,
: Daily Speakers PresentationsFrank President; Gulf Coast Community College thereby enhancing the positive aspectsof
Dr. Richard E. Morley, President; the marital relationship and clarifyingand
Lake City Community College, Dr. resolving conflicts within mar-
Pestana,a Los Angeles attorneyand Holland Law Center auditorium. William J. O'Connor, Vice President; riage."Planners of the say that
.
a coordinator for the United States- Pestana's appearance Is part of China Manatee Junior College, Dr. Wilson F. because the emphasis Is program on enrichmentand
China People's Friendship Association, Week, being sponsored by the College of Wetzler, Vice President; Miami-Dade improvement of marriage, the
will discuss China's immigration laws at Arts and Sciences Student Council. Community College, Dr. Ambrose Gar- discussion will be equally applicable to
4 p.m. today in Reitz Union Room 361, Other lecture and slide show topics are ner, Vice President; Florida Junior couples who are happy in the marriages
and "Law in China" at..7:30 tonight in the current mainland Chinese "Move- College at Jacksonville, Dr, Benjamin R. as well as those who are unhappy.
ment to Criticize Confucius and Lin ,Wygal, President; Okaloosa-Walton Jun- Free babysitting service at Baby Gator
Icoholism Conference"Alcoholism Piao" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in ior College, Dr. James .E. McCracken, nursery is being offered.For informationon
McCarty Auditorium, and "Health Carein President; Pasco-Hernando,Community obtaining babysitting, call 377-8125.
: Recent Advances in China with a movie at 8:30 p.m. College, Dr. Milton 0. Jones, President;'
Management,"is the topic for at least 100 Thursday in the Medical Sciences Buil- Polk Community College, Dr. Frederick
physicians, nurses, mental health and ding. "Women in Chin 'will be the topicof T. Lenfestey, President; Santa Fe SAMSON Orientation
allied professionals Thursday and Friday the final lecture at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Community College, Dr. George R.
at the Gainesville Hilton. Sponsors are McCarty Auditorium. Conger,Vice President; Seminole Junior Scheduled for Tonight
the University of Florida's College of Chinese posters, prints and modern College, Dr. Earl S. Weldon, President
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Medicine,Department of Psychiatry and artifacts will be displayed through
St. Petersburg Junior
.college, Dr. SAMSON, is ,Volunteer .Re-
Division of Continuing Education along Friday in the Grinter Ban Gallery, the Michael Ml:, Bennett, President, and : cruitment Orientation!holding a tonight at,7:30
with the State of Florida and several of Reitz Union Gallery and ,the Florida, Valencia Community
College, Dr.James p.m.' in the J,. 'Wayne Reitz Union
its health-related agencies. State Museum.
F. Gollattscheck, President Auditorium.The .

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article on the University of Flor- r' Ks 77e
ida's Howard'T. Odum, graduate re- functioning project focuses of on the. structure and The wetlands study Is also beginning td

mangrove-estuarine eco- attract international attention. Three
search professor of environmental engi- systems with emphasis on their interac-
Russian scientists visited last
neering, appears in this week's issue of tions with human campus
systems. This research
weekend to study research activities and
Magazine. It is
Newsweek reprinted
carries a $35,000 grant from the U.s.
to confer with Center staff members.
on' this
elsewhere page. Dept. of the Interior and the Bureau of Two will be on campus through Wednesday
his other duties Dr. Odum is
Among
Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. for additional seminars.The .
director of the University's Center for Two other grants, with Dr. Odum as

Wetlands, which showed in its annual principal investigator, are conducting interdisciplinary center reports

report for 1973-74 grants totaling $798,374 research at Lake Okeechobee, grant directly to the Vice-President for Aca-

for research. value, $26,674, and at the Atchafalya demic Affairs and has an advisory

Located in Phelps Laboratory adjacentto Basin in Louisianna grant value, $15,000. Council that includes representatives of

the sewage treatment plant, the Centeris Pointing out that the Center's activitiesare each of the participating colleges.

affiliated with four colleges Engi- a "partnership with the teaching Members of the Center's Advisory fig

neering, Arts and Sciences, Architectureand activities and serve to enrich resources Council for 1973-74 were John F. Gerber,

Fine Arts and the Institute of Food for graduate work, advancement of Agriculture, chairman; Edwin E. Pyatt,

and Agricultural Sciences.The knowledge and state service." the Engineering; Ariel Lugo, Arts and

Center was initiated as part ol the annual report lists among participants 24 Sciences; Carl Feiss, Architecture and

Rockefeller-National Science Foundation faculty members from 12 departmentsand Fine Arts; Margaret K. Johnson, secretary
(RANN Division) Cypress Wetlands 42 students from ten departments. ; Odum and Snedaker. DR. HOWARD ODUM

project in 1971-72 with a planning grant,

but was not given Board of Regents "

authorization until mid-July and did not

get into full operation until last year with .'

completion of facilities in Phelps Labora-

tory. All research' activities are not ,. ,

carried out in Phelps, but in other parts

the campus as well as areas of the state. .

The principal research endeavor fun- ,

ded for two years by grants of $675,700 ; ,

from Rockefeller-NSF, Is headed by Dr.: '::1'

Odum. Its purpose is "to test the

feasibility of using cypress swamps,

floodplains, and bayheads as conserva-

tion zones within urban areas for

purposes of.water table management, ,
and recycling of secondary treated

wastes, as well as for general use of

greenbelts for aesthetic. benefits and

wildlife protection." t

The project uses wetlands in various

parts of state for on-site research, the

closest being on Owens-Illinois Inc. land .

northwest of Gainesville.Part Odum's LawIn ty. "- ;

of the research will include the month since the energy crisis S 5 ..

rerouting treated muncipal sewage to sprang up, a host of energy source has .
been suggested to nuke the U.S. more t- :-
swamp bayheads and monitoring them or leu self-iufficient during the next
for such things as vegetation responses, decade. Among the proposals are offshore '
oil-drilling, strip-mining of coal,
tree growth rates, water analyses, nuclear, reactors, solar power, shale oil r z.,
nutrient absorption, mosquitoes and and tar lands. The problem if that no
one seems to have calculated the relative
insect grazing. Results will be comparedwith efficiencies of these technique Enter
similar wetlands where treated Howard T, Odum, t professor of
the University
environmental engineering at -
sewage has not been dumped. of Florida in Gainesville, who
has devised sobering new scheme for
a
Satisfactory results could, of course, rating energy sources.He .
help to solve the growing problem of notes that It takes energy to produce I
Strip-mining!, for example
energy.
sewage disposal as well as replenishmentof
flotilla of fuel-burning machines -
requires
the with abundance of the earth, extract Growth: The future In Odum's view, #
aquifer
an an to goiigtt! open holds continued Inflation and other economic r
Odum
coal and it to market.
the hip
pure water. distress unless man changes thepattern
"
that what count is net
argues energy
With from the U.s. total produced minus the of his energy use. Inflation, he
a $125,000 grant -the energy! says, I Is caused primarily by the pursuit
Dept. of Interior and the National Park energy existing expended fuel. t.., to develop produce cosily It. Using new! of high economic growth using evermore

Service and Dr. Odum also the principal sources of energy, he believes bad. Is bite has costly to go fuels.Immediately"Because so Into much the energy en

investigator,another project is assessing M'tiding t'sing good complicated money! after techniques Involv ergy-getting process," he explains, "the
data Mmodcl.Odum has calculated real work done for society by each unit
assembled in South ,Florida to hilt computer of Is less.
value of almost money
determine land carrying capacity. re- In terms the of energy. On I "net everything energy The only workable solution, he argues a
oil still good buy. he Is a growthlesi, "steadystate"economy
source management and land and water basis Arab is a of the type envisioned byJohn 4
For -
at present prices. every
insists even
management strategies.Also 6.5 calories of energy it yU! only I Stuart Mill. In Odum'i brave new -r b-
'in consumed in the production world the principal! economic activity T
South Florida with Dr. S.C. caloric is would be labor-intensive, land-Intensive
itrlp-mined coal s
Snedaker, assistant professor in the process.lrld tt a In ratio contrast of only 3 to 1. Even the agriculture, with a minimum of machines YL
> and artificial fertilizers. The long- ,
School of Forest Resources and Conser- nuclear power plants currently Odumi In! use term basis of this pastoral system would
according to
vation, as principal investigator, another |are law, uneconomic Partly because it takes' Urge be "the use of the effective self-organiz '
solar converter the forests,
of electricity generated by coal ing ecosystem
uiiMHinti
".enrichthe uranium, the plants arid the lower-energy agricultural
Science ur oil to that have been with "
long us.
each taunted patterns
one
Speaker 2 calories fOf
will field only
One day, Odum predicts, "suburbanites
he projects. coveted will commute to the farms rather than to ,
The new energy source byplanners ."
fare better; Odum suspects the riti..s.Odum -
WednesdayDr. no solar and has his share of critics, but he
that luch sources a* power
fusion will produce little, net also>> I I. beginning to attract some support
nuclear .
of the vast amount of \\nil. questioning'' the theory definitions
.. David Heeschen, director of the energy.voting because energy needed to art'luch1,1.tI"'dtt' Edwin Kuhn, .n official of the 11fti ;
Federal Administration, concedes
National Radio Astronomy Observatoryin machinery useful energysource(ltointl'TIl,make as _)by..Irogen t'M'II.'tlhh that "net Energy energy Is an Important concept. .. ".
Charlottesville, Va., will speak on a have suggested the IJ. ." Indeed the FEA. the Environ
'ist.sl Protection and other
Agency
"Galaxies Quasars and Cosmology," v\ .uld. have to double its present eWtri.IM nit
capacity-Mid devote all of it tithe got eminent bodies already arc reviewIng -
Wednesday the first their plans with an eye to net energy II. -
:8 p.m. as prmlucil.>n of hydrogen. Squeeziiij .
In the state Is at work I
CXIurr costs. Oregon on '
Frontiers of for the nil from) shale also may not pay '
Science lecture
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elaborate to count es
and at least sore oil com an attempt erycalorie .. ,
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winter quarter. to agree. Texaco has con burned within Its 'borders.Ufthfr :
lumes appear shalewould \ or not such projects send all
.)11'I'C.'COt'red front'
.
The series of free public lectures by iluded.that...;.! as moth as it would be of us back to the farm, they are just .
distinguished by ) Richfield hat the sort of far-sighted energy accounting :'
scientists is
presented
and Atlantic '
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the Department: Physics'and Astronomy smelt.diit!. plan (tar-6ii aiil-shalti opwInm ?I'lltl1.tbat. Odum'i findings seem ; > i .;i ;1q. ::'.. \" -" t.:.(. ,t( t, ,
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376-4446 Trailer orrendondo village 1 bedroom, 1 transportation 1970 honda cb175 SEAR$ ELECTRONIC SLIDE RULE 7 mo. old ROOMMATE WANTED Mole-female
bath, air & heat call alan 3737614 (a-5l- Include 2 helmet" 50 miles per gallon $100 or offer, 377-6290 ,ANYTIME Till Hawaiian Village 60(-month + !W ulil.! ii 13th .xd
55-p) loads of fun $350 call. 377-9820 after 12:00: P.M. (A5T-57-P) call 373.2052 or 373-1037 (b-5t-5o-p)_ tea soulsv.eo

Custom center console boat excellent/ 5pm (A-3T-57-P) AR Turntable,perfect condition, w-Shure need 4th for 4 br opt at village opt $80 :
shape, similar to Donil. 2450$ or often Men' Schwinn 10-speed bicycle. Good cartridge, 75. Dynoco A-25 speaker. per month; mole 377-6451 (b-5t-56-p)
El llda f41i 7A I/11fJ must s.lf. 376.8194 ofter 5 (o-4t-55-p) condition. Asking $90 but willing to, $75 pair Call 378-9994 evenings (a-3t-
.negotiate. Call Joe at 373-6608 offer 6. 58-p)) Room for rent near compul at
35 mm camera for sole Mamiya-Sekor (A-4T.57-P) reasonable cost. Coll 373-9831 between MAN
s sal DTL 500 1 year old $165 not so firm call -12 strings guitar& movie camera for sale 4-7 (b-5t-55-p)
uh omplttt Paul anytime 392-8257: must tell. (a-5l- two portable electric heater and one call 3926074 after 4 pm (o-4t-59-p) pm bMTh TIEGOLDEN
heWS 56-p) taphire XI am VW radio. all in excellent kenwood kr7400 receiver list $520 sell Couple wonted to shore new house with
7:" condition. Coll 376-1441. (V3T-57-P) dual for student. Private bedroom ft GUNC
tort N. wW qre st. $370, 1229 $155 integratedcircuit graduate
':20 .. 1973 12 x 60 redman (gianville) mobile For tale 1972 Triumph TR 6; very good stereo equalizer for $100, kenwood both, central heat & air. N.W. section
EXCITING ADVENTURE! home front & rea, bedroom two both condition, 30,000 miles $2,875 376.5945 8002 power amp $150, call 373- No pets or kids 6 mo. lease deposit,
>\7\IT DISNEY t pnu'nans'I : asking $4200 calf 378.9371 (o-Sl-SS-p) ((o-5t.55-p) 7930 (o-5t-59-p) $160. month 372-1727 to 6 pm, 376-5449 2:30: M.
SCUBA EQUIP for SALE: mk IV tank + J. 10-speed. men' bike, good condition, evenings (b-5t-5S-p) reiMlir"tt""PY*
valve regulator excellent condition call bosket, mirror*chain Price$40 Call 373-
12-STRING ELECTRIC YAMAHA GUITAR roommate wonted--own room in large OoXIlir
$125 392-B405 (A-5T-57-P) 377-7696 keep trying (o-5t-5b p) 9120 anytime (2t-59-p) 2 bedroom opt. oc, heat pool, TJ 'yVriarOOft :
itrm C 18' s 17' trailer + room, completely 1969 triumph gt6t overhauled Iran laundry etc. 100 month + Vi utilities Jon
_'_ shaded, quiet,air eond. 25 cu'frost free motor very good body good. radio, new rent Vi price call 372-0727 (c-4t-56-p) mast inagnifimitpidurrcvrr
e frig $1600 3860 Archer Rd. lot U7 Ph 377' carpeting, new broke, clutch. Nice. 25
Technicolor, e .. THERE'S MORE. 2171 after 5 pm (a-Sl-55-p) mpg ken 378-<<32. $1600 (o-5t-59-p) WANT TO MOVE? !
t tm4 wen owuv Pmdxc5om
: f TO SEE WITH Mattress and Spring $5 and $10 also kapa Acoustic guitar fin. shape 50$ If you desire to move from your present 0 g ppS.wwso.tT( riche
.et& twit .1 ( folding metal bed $5 occasional chair small 70wt glbson amplifier two inputs location we can rent,sublet It or find youa
$5 and $10 electric baseboard heater 20$ large portable b&w tv works well roommate immediately at NO COST.
2. ee. CABLE TV 10.00 call 475-2064 (o-5t-55-p) 35$ 512' ne 6th street (o-4t-59-p) Call todayll
6U United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. 1
tors N. w. .m Sf. ". ':U. 1974 Honda XL350 new engine, like 67 mgb-.scellent condition trans 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c)
*U ftttt new, KRW helmet, accessories lave recently rebuilt wsteel radials, padded
$300-$950. call evenings. Jim student rollbor,72 seoti. $1200 378-0663 or after
8 TV Channels, A weather 373-7147 (o-5t-55-p) 6 (tues-Frl) 22061 (o-4t-59-p)
channel, UPI News, New York Down bog, with v-tube
T0IUNGIMFEIIIO Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on HP 35 calculator for tale. Used 3 qtrt. construction sleeping, Medium mummy weight hiking Jewish Student Union
TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM Perfect condition with all accessories. boots, never used, size 9. call 373-2353
$175. call 378-1147 after 5. (o-5t-56-p)
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stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY ofter 3pm. (a-5t-59-p)
Bargain world ned by fronces con-
CITY Weber 'Pig' Surfboard. Must Sell $80. meeting
furniture warehouse sale
is
having
rely .
Excellent Condition Call 376-8334 After
TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC 9 5 1 5.30 kitchensets
to tot. weekday to
00 . 00 6. (o-5t-59-p)
esw UAIMVT $10.00 "P.d..k $2500 bookcase
$15.00 single beds $2500 up. curtains 1972 suzuki 1500, excellent condition,
$25 refrigators$39.00 trundle bed$75.00 sissy bar,fairing, 2 helmets, turn signals, TONIGHT
$750 best offer must sell 376-9667
dressers $10.00 up carpets $2000 up or
DOUG CIOR stoves, wall ovens, stove misc. steroesph evenings ((0-5t-59-p)
377.9835 after 6 372-5269 3009 NE FOR RENT

& the Hot Nuts 20th Epiphone way guitar(o-4t.56-p& case) brand new $120 roommate wanted soon as possible 2 9:00::

life warrenty Included call 377-6029 kim bedroom 2 both furn country garden opt
or george. (o-2t-56-p) $11650 mo t utilities great location call
FRI-SAT JAN 17,18 9 & 11 Indian and mexican torquoise rings for 378-1761 anytime (B-5T-57-P) 16 N.W. 18th ST

sale low prices call 377.1159 after 5:00: For Rent 1 bedroom in 3 bedroom trailer.
pm (o-5t-56-p' ) $75 a month + 1-3 expenses m ov f.
Tickets on sale $2 JWRU box office \\J\ ( for sale conshelf regulator and seoview, Coll Jim 377-9814 (B-3T.57-P) fmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

& at the Rat gouge like new call jock in the morning Room for rent near campus of Independent
377-8870 real good deal call soon (A-2t. reasonable cost. Coll 373-9831 between m

58-P) !:!_PM. (b-5t-55-p) CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN !

aUtfieRAT HP-45 CALCULATOR FOR SALE. Cost $32 Female roomate wanted LAST month I
(plus tax) new. Will tell for $240 (no tax). RENT FREE if you move in by Jan 15
ALL original equipment included. Brand village park 119 Call after 5 pm 3785030Iv
new condition. Con "test drive" before message or come by (b-St-55-pd) I II CLASSIFICATION
buying. Sole on cosh basis only. FIRST Male Roommate Wonted. Furnished 2 nlif

THE ONLY MAN WHO CAPTURES THE COME(A-2T-58-P,FIRST) SERVED. 377-8014. after p.m. bedroom opt. at Country Manor thai,.e I for sol. : : : : a
roommate utilities 62.50-mo. nice op)". M for rentwonted
REAL LENNY BRUCE IS LENNY BRUCE' FENDER mustang great value at 80.00 call and Facilities. 377-8066 (B-3T-58-P) H I

392-9207 before 9.00 or evening after 7:00: Sublet 1 bdrm In.4 bdrm flat compo f T g
pm. (A-2T-58-P) rushed LaMoncha Apts. 372-3099 10 ura,: h.lp wanted I
URGENT Must sell Honda 1974 CB 360. Al walk to autos
campus pool BBQ maid service $<>10
LEIIIiy BRUCEPERFORMANCE condition (just out of shop for tune up). mon (B-3T-S7.P) I personal) i I
Asking price but will take best offer. Coll ..
Howard at 2-7364 (afternoons) (A-5T-58-P) $75 per month Spacious partially fu rn lost ft found g,
opt. Located on NW 16th-minutes fro 71 I services I
campus Several vacancies avail. ((19 3)) m

7:30 9:00: fiLM NEED CASH Open 9 om-8pm 377- '19:1:

10:30 r $135 duplex located behind Norm g 1I
UNIVERSITY PAWN BROKERS Hall. Spacious & clean. Air, heat ful icy; 1 DAYS TO RUN 1I

919 W Umv J76 3184> equipped kitchen. ((1915))
C-rmt. sIc 1 Open 9om-8pm 377-6S 921 I day
]I LOAM BUT SEll TRADt 2 days

233 W. University 377-3013' CASH WHfM YOU N(0[ IT 3 bdr >home located exactly 5 blocks fro m 3 days 10 percent I
... campus $170 per month for this spado'u> 5 4 days discount
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1 115 .0th st. 3 block from campus call needed vizcoyo opt $70 monthly desperately+ f-)3 1 I the Doug Rot Clark And The Hot Nuts coming t tc> $25 Reword for return of red and white AAEH, FAPH (m-2lt-48-p) bleached from $U up. 1215 lop NW quality 5lh' Ave,
area J77-9625 5.30' toJTOO: dollor stop utilities please contact debt or cindy Immediately shows Fri. & Sot. 17th & 18th of Jan. tw<> Beagle mole lost vicinity of sears Jan 9.t The counseling center is offering a 1 blk east of. 13th St..G'ville! Sch of
hv. (Wf.59.p) 373-9147 (C-5T-58-P) rot 9111 I I Tickets $2 in advance. a t Has Dade co. togs, no questions, call group for men and women students who Karate-do moM-wed-frl evening oft 7
JAN RENT PAIDI) Move In now female roommate:own room in quiet opt. 65 nth 'V\ or union box office4t59t(| ) 377-7904, 392.2977 (l-3t-59-p p) wish to Improve their' Interpersonal! pm 378-7131 (m-5t-55-p)
needed for luxury 1-bedrm util. unfurn. 5 blki i 1 goy community service center me relationships Thursday evenings 7-9 call
roommate from goy.
UF
1823 NW 5 Experienced typist will term ,
type
;
a papers
and
opt. $95 month + Vi utilities. Call 373- Apt 2 after 6 pm. (C-3T-5B-P) > NW women 15 meet thursdoys ot 7 pm 103 7n SERVICES koren. er Stan 392-1575 (m-5r-56-cha) theiii or dissertation. Fast & accurate
0888.. (tb-5t-59-p) FEMALE terr Info call lam ot 372-1881 1 I I Scuba Class Scuba WIRED FOR SIGHT service ot reasonable ,at... Call 373-
roommate | Jean starting-*- equipment
Immediately Dove
liberal but responsible mole student wanted utilities.rent pd until 17th., blk from$69 tigert.Si,1 "In the or ot 392-1575 (i l-tOt-59-p:I provided, 4 open water dives, In- "The Eyeglass OPTICIANS Super! MoroiUNIVERSITY 8923 (m-10t-55-p\ )
shore 2 br house. $75 !per mo. plus Coll vicky 378-0632 colonial world of existence there If nc i (emotional Certification, Tom Allen (co-
10 manor. C-3T-
( 300 SW 4th
dtpoiil 378-5713 or 373.4617arrest./ ((8.3T.58.P 58-P) more powerful magnet then the magnei t host Wild Kingdom) Repairs, Service, Ave. 378-4480 VOICE LESSONS -- Improve your quality,
of
) love" -. toho'l Writings ()l-lt-58-cl|I Sales, Rentals Aliens Aquatic 4 Trail' (m-50-53-c) control,technique. Taking beg., Int. and
Need quiet female student to shore SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON, Center 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-55- DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving ,d odv. students Just what you've waited
eft opt $15 mo. 'III and lost water paid.' 3 ml, spacious l-bdrm opt. stoning Jon. Near NOW OPEN, Specializing in English. hair Pj) camping trip.' Fly by seaplane) from I Ke'y for! 377-8192 (m-St-SS-p) _
.
soulh of town '10 min. drive. Q 372.4407.ibS8 !'!nil! Med. Center. cutting, blow for West march 21-25 or 25.29 All scub":
after 6 ( *' Monthly rent 9050. Call waving the In look LEARN KARATE qualified instructors new Self Realization Assistance A !personalrap
Coil Tony, pm equipment provided Explore historic For
unisex 'f
peacelul. M. Lee ot 377-7013. Drop by Colonial
(c-3l-57-o. .) Plaza 716 W class starting soon all ages male & on your spiritual evolvement aided
I Univ. Jefferson $115 with certification I
:P) _--- Ave. 377 2613 [|1-SOt-53.p) female, for reg & further Info call $150 i In- by your astrology (hart. Dennis 377-4159
eludes full scuba
WANTED rings GaO, t old SILVER jewelry Top, etc.prices confidential paid for don colOzzie s i I The t sells BOOK USED GALLERY,6 E. Univ. Ave. buys howord 373-8252 (m-8t-55-p) Dynamics 373-5069 (M-5T-58-P course call) Scubi r (will leach) (m-5t-59-p)
BOOKS *
373-3894 offers BOOK.
(c-50-53)
rooftii....'. -- own rm in 4-br oak form FINDING service S Monarch Notes H
apt.comfortable &bike to UF $86-mo for Wonted: Place to live Own room Into price. 37891175t55p(| )_
own rm call bill or chuck 3731617. (C- T.M., good music, good people call 392- Visit The BOOK GALLERY EXCHANGE,613
ST.57.P) 9573 or 8133 Leave name & number NW 16th Ave TRADE your books 2 for 1
Need quiet female student to shore Please respond Matt (c-5t-59-p) of equal value Pork In rear off 6th St.
spacious l-bdrm opt. starting Jon. Near roommote, 2 br. opt, Furnished $52.00 + 377-2494 Mon-Sol, 10-6 (|I.5t-55.p)
Med.! Center. Monthly rent $90.50. Call. Vi utilities monthly gotortown opts call LEARN KARATE qualified instructors new
lee at 377-7013. (O3T-57-P) 377-9993 (c.5t-59-p) class starting lOon all ages male & Stmngekweatthe
Roomote wonted for 3-bedroom opt. $80 room mate wanted 75 per months female, for reg. & further Info call
mo. Move In Jon. 17. Coll 377-8420. utilities after 630 377 5560 woyne (c-3t-' howord 3738252 (|Bl-55pd' )_
Georgetown Apts. (<-*-55-p) 59-r') Artist needed. To be director of art work

1 or 2 female roomote to shore opt. In Christian female roomate wonted & layout for volunteer program. Great
Windmeadowi. $67 mo. + V. ,,"I. AC shore 1 bdr close to opportunity for experience all supplies
opt. to $51
pool tennis. Coll Rhonda 378-5743 (c.,.. mo. + utl. pool, air condo Coll campus.Ginny at furnished. 3921608. Samson_ (|-5t-55-Q) !
55 odlWonted) 378-9289 (e-lt-59-ol I The counseling center and the women's;

Mole Roomate,quite, mature 77 CAMPUS REPRESENTIVES FOR PEACE walk-in counseling services offer OR HOW I LEARNEDTO
mo + '* utilities, near campus toll mark CORPS-VISTA Wonted: Peace & assertive training for women winter
373-0385, keep trying, central heat, air, Vista Campus Representive Must corps be quarter thursday 12.2 p.m. limited STOP WORRYING
( -St.56-P) formal Peace enrollment. Call Jean or 8.,. 392-1575
(c Corps or Vista Volunteer
(I-5t-56-chg) .& LOVE THE BOMB !
Roomate wanted to live In house) near Job entails coordination of recrutment
tompui. Nice, mellow place with efforts on campus with Miami office. 40 ONE-YEAR-OLD (mostly) LAB needs
fireplace own room $88.00 + 1-3 hrs mo for $100 Work around your on home Very affectionate and intelligent.
utilities, Call now 376-4962 (e-5t-5o-p) schedule. Coll Bruce Cohen collect In Call lorry or Howie 3778087. 315 nw
Miami at ((305)) 350c.2t59.r( ) 14th Dr (J.SR-54.NC)

Book Packs "Rugby" Shirts Hiking 9&11 free
CLIP AND SAVE HELP WANTEDNew Shorts Trail Shoes, Woolrich Shirt,
White Slog Speedo Bathing Suits Aliens
25% experience Get to know yourself Aquatic&Trail Center:3448 W.Univ. 373-
o little, better. volunteer to help yourself 9233fr(| .55-p)_
ON ALUMINUM by helping others .be a SAMSON KARATE LESSONS Small classes -- $20
volunteer. I II I different program per mono Evenings, 7 to 9 pm Mon thru
EASELS Something for everyone call 392-1608 Sot 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th) ((j-5t-55-
((e-5t-56-chg)
p)
J _
Stewardess females, schedule.- corporate permitting vet occasionalflying req. few Russia, Berlin, London, Paris, Want' to'travel 1: WHEN YOU FEEL
for four weeks with fellow students and thi
duties, serve refreshments,
Foreign study league-July( departure-350! .
snacks bock call t.
Usually same day.
Contact Carl or Marilyn 378-7104 or Joyce,
i moleskl rm 203 flogler Inn (e-4l-56-p) 373-3287 after 5 PM for more Info. (J-7T-58-
GRAPHIC ARTIST; $2 !per hr. 15 hrs. per !1 PRESSURED
week; free-hand drawings, charts _
Wedding Invitations $1140 per 100,
graphs, logotypes for campus I business cords $9.95, rubber stamps,
publications. Call Alan Whiteleother I magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hoi I
392-0171 (e-5t-56-p) I II Printing 1103N._ _Main (J-FR-58-C)
I Artist needed. to be director' ot art work --
& layout for volunteer program. great LOST FOUND
opportunity for experience. all supplies, Ae
furnished 392-I 608. (e.5'.55-c' ) lost:puppy resembles collie black with IfIA
white neck and legs 9 wks old lost near
AUTOS nw 23 ove & 8 st 377-9931 392-2342:
reword (L-3T-57-P)
73 mazda 808, automatic, air, etc. 223 I Block Persian cat named REGIN lost nearr .
mpg $2,000. In good condition. 377-4514 McDonalds before Christmas Break call
373-6701 ext. 235 (G-5T-58-P) Alan 373-7614 ((1-5t-55-p)

1971 Subaru wagon good tires, o-c, 30 lost: fawn ligt tan chihuahua near
mpg! $1200. call 373-2353 otter 3 pm (g. prone view trailer park, archer rd,
\ reword 373-0258 Please) (5t-55-p I )

r St59D'PERSONAL Lost.SR 50 calculate) bet. Wm. 100-A a
niles
Strands, poss on bus Gen. Rewnrrl No G
Artists orlecturer' asked. Call 392-8843 or 3736976. (L5T58P
Voter pui kii'ig' now open on SW .13th St. &
Easel 1st Ave park close to bryont, tigert, ])
can be used normon & little, halls hourly, daily & I lost 1 pair, of gold wire glosses in block casein TRY OUR STUDENT AIDS'
full size or folded monthly rotes ((1-121-56-p) vicinity of Bryon hall call 378-1994
New experience get to know yourself please-needed badly (l-3T-58-P) C.R.C. HANDBOOK OF CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, '55thed. 1974-1975

o little better volunteer to help yourself lost on campus Gold bracelet with design I C.R.C.. STANDARD MATHEMATICAL TABLES 22nded. 1974-1975
be o SAMSON ,
others
by helping Great sentimental value Reword 377 8008
volunteer I II I different programs. (L.4T.58-P) TURABIAN: MANUAL FOR WRITERS OF TERM. PAPERS, THESES, AND'
Something for everyone call 392.1608 OUND Set of keys near Univ Ave. Call I DISSERTATIONS
((1-51-56-chg) .I:rnti ot 376-9S45a__( .3T-58-NC)
"THE ARTISTS STORE" Overweight? lose weight fast Former, Found: Pair of miens black glosses in.- TURABIAN: STUDENTS GUIDE FOR WRITING COLLEGE PAPERS
.weight watcher lecturer now in G'ville block vinyl case with rubber nose STRUNK: THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE
with a faster, better way. Small classes bridge found thursdoy night In street
DOWNTOWN I only $2.00 per week. Coll 3778352. near univ & 17lh St. Ask for Wanda ot SEEBER: A STYLE MANUAL FOR STUDENTS

(J5T5.'P1) J 2-18 1(1-5t-5q-ncl(I | ELLIS: HOW TO WRITE THEMES AND TERM PAPERS _,

BILLETT: PREPARING THESES AND OTHER TYPED MANUSCRIPTS
Sm"ll Medium large lI.t
MOZZARELLA CHEnE. . .. t 21 IIS 245 33S RESSME SERVICE: RESSMES THAT GET JOBS
EZ73Buy ONION..t 200 110 J70

ONEENQLIVE...... .. ... .. ... 141 too 110 370
FROM ARCO BARRONS COWLES REGNERY ANDSIMON ft SCHUSTER
BUCK OLIVE.... .. .... ... .. 141 |00 2.10 370 | .. :
GREEN'EI'I'EII ...... ... .. ... U' too 2.10 370 | Graduate Record Examination

giant I large MUSHROOMEPPERONI .. ".. .... tI' I.JO US 43S43t Dental Aptitude Tests -
any / ..... ... .. .. 191 120 us
medium pizza at regularor BEEF.. ..... . .. .. tli 1 20 us 43k Miller Analogies Tests
price an d. one SAUSAGE. .. sit 120 us 1'33 Nursing School Entrance Examination.

pizza of the next smaller CANADIAN BACON. 1.70 Ml I..ao 440 Multistage Bar Examination ,

size with equal number PLUS MANY MORE Medical College Admission! Tests : .

Ingredients FREE! Law School Admission Tests :r: '

CARRY OUT ORDERS Practical Nursing School Adm. Tests

BRING THIS AD GOOD 10' EXTRA PER BOX Registered and Graduate School. Nursing Exams.

Test of English as a Foreign Language .

JAN/14 THRU JAN. 16




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316 SW 16th Ave. 376-4521 -


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THE WHITE SHEIK NON-CREDIT COURSES
On January 24, 1975 the J. Wayne Reitz ;

itr e Union will sponsor Registration 'for all workshops and lessons will take place In Room 330, trom .

9:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m.?January 6 through January 17

1 r' Re I /7 Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will have priority for

THE APPLE TREEAn lesson enrollment from January 6 through January 10. Only after this time

will registration be open to other persons.
'r
Evening of' DinnerTheatre Due to price and registration differentials, It will be necessary that each

Presented By person come to register with appropriate Identification. Enrollment for In. "
The New York Theatre Company dividual classes is limited and therefore on a f first-come, first-served basis.

Persons may only register for themselves. '


Dinner begins at 6:30: p.m. In the,J. Wayne Because registration for all workshops and lessons Is limited, we must
Reitz Union Ballroom and is followed by a consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m. the -working day '
performance of three famous American short preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will only be made under these

stories set to music. .circumstances

Tickets available at the University Box Office f* ASTROLOGY I r GUITAR It r YOGA
I Thurm., Jon.23-Mart 3
Mar.
(Constans Theatre) beginning Monday Thurs. Jan. 23-March 6 Mon Jon. 200
7:30SO P.M.. :: :
.
,Federico Fellml's debut as a solo director January 13th.U INSTRUCTOR : : INSTRUCTOR:
presents perhaps the freshest most tender and Dlkkl-Je Mullen Instructor: Gail I Gillespie Randall RoHe

4 naturalistic of his films. The film Is a satire on $10.00: Students $10.00 students $10.00 Students
A glamour and delusion and tells the story of a of F students $4.50 General Public $6.00 15.OONon-Stud.nh .J $15.00 nonstudentsRIVESIRING ; $15.00 -Slud.nts J

f 1r young couple who go to Rome for their .
honeymoon. It also deals with two elements

which are present in every later Fellini film: ( BANJO r YOGA
the shoddy reality behind show business I (Beginning) TII'".Jan. 21-Mar 4
glamour and the mediocre performers who Thurs.Jan 23-Mart 10:00 A.M.-Noon
BRIDGE 1
consider themselves artists. r 7:30-':3O'.M. INSTRUCTOR
I ed.Jan. 22-Mar. 8 Randal RoHo
WED., JAN. 15 7:00; 9:30: 1:309:30: P.M.INSTRUCTOR Gall INSTRUCTOR Gllleiple: $ .NonStudentsJ

: $10.00 Students 15.00
.
2ND HOOK AUD SOcpJ Adrian Dovell 15.00 I
J Non-Students j.
$10.00 Students YOGA 1
15.00 NonStudentsS I c TII'".Jan 21-Mar 4
2:30-430 PJW.
1n' INSTRUCTOR
:
NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY Kath Rendiaw

10.00 StudentslS.OONonStvd.nH
HVE-STRING BANJOBeginning J
BRIDGE II
That old college try. | Thurs. Jon.S3-Mar.6 ( )
Twos.Jan 21-Mar 4
7:30: 9.30P.M.:
It can kill you. INSTRUCTOR 7:30-':30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
: YOGA
Adrian Dovell Tom : r Wed.Jan 22-Mar S

$10.00 Students $ .OOStut 2:30: -4:30 P.M.
1100 Non-Students J
15.00 NonStudontsMIME J, :
kodNlohneonINSTRUCTOR
; ,
$1O,00SNden'J
I IS ..
I (BEGINNING CHESS r
r Tactics I Strategy I :
I Wed.Jan.22- Mo r. 5
TII... Jon 21-Mar.4 :
1:34930pm. YOGA
7:30-9:30: PJM.INSTRUaOR r
INSTRUCTOR: Th urs.Jon 23-Mart
: Sandy Scott 10.00AM.-Noon
This is the first of of Michael l Bait
a seven part series informal I $ INSTRUCTOR:
$10.00 Students IO'OOSIIId.n..J
lecture-discusslons on various topics \ .J I $ Scariet Johnson
15.00 Non-Student
concerning personal growth and $10,00 Students J
( i) development. 15.00 NonSIIIdon..JrCREATlVE


THURS. FRI. & SAT. JAN. 16, 17 & 18 UNDERSTANDING YOUR SEXUAL SELF j> STTTCHERY r PAINTING:
Thurs. 6:30: ; '9:30 !!(I Wed. Jan. 22-Mar.S I Thurs.Jan.230 Mor 6
r 7:30: -9:30: PJM.INSTRUCTOR 7:30-9:30: p.m.INSTRUCTOR YOGA 11
FrI. S Sat. 5:00; 8:00: ; 11:00
Gus Newman M.D. PsychiatristLaura : : C Tues.Jon 21-Mar 4
2ND FLOOR AUD. 50<: Newman M. Ed., Beenar lelghlltor Bill Schoof 500: _7:00: P.M.
Marriage Counselor f $10.00 Students J $ INSTRUCTOR:
15.00 Non-3tvdents, J $ .IO'OOSfllden..J Randall Roffe

$1 0.00 Students I
CANDLELIGHT DINNER WED., JAN. 15 7:30-9:30 p.m.
J
r 1100 Nen-Stud.nts.
Lounges 122 ft 123 JWRU
SPECIAL \ DECOUPAGE
Mon
I Jon. 20,27 and Fe....3 X"" .

t1 7:30-9:30P.M.: I f CONTEMPORARY r YOGAMEDITAnON

INSTRUCTOR CHCRA I r ....Jon 21-Mar 4
\' FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Emily l lnb.ro3400ftud.Ms .
7:30-:30'.M.
Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union and SORCERY AND MAGIC INSTRUCTOR
Student Mental Health Staff r Non-Students" J or.ueL Jan. 21-March4 Bhudora :
7:30-9:30: p.m.
lo.00Studen.
Instructor: Dikkl.Jo Mullen 15.OONon-Sludent Jf
$10.00 students
7/1/ '7n: CAMPUS RAMPS $15.00 non.students.J

BEGINNING RUG
RFIT7 UNION fiAMFS AREA T r CONSTRUCTIONMan.

Mon Jan 20-Mar 3
7130-':3O'.M. "ItIOtMINTGaaUPI'OIIINSTRUCTOI '

U : 1( CONSTRUCTION JEWEUtY COuflB Then.Js.1Set,7/.210....27
Eleanor Ulghlltor TuesJan.i4-Mor.4 ,....
$10.00 Students 7:30: -9:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR .IMSTIIUCTOti
R J ..
1S.OONonStud.nhr. : AM Lywda c.-I.y
Tues. Jan. 14. J. Wayne Reitz Undo Darty I'-rc .

Union Cafeteria, N 18,00 students .J I ssoose.4.(t.,.....):,
24.00 Non-Stud.nts 17.00.....tMd.nrs.
t A WEAVING (pN...pI.) I
Spaghetti & Meat Sauce .Jen. 19-Mar.5 -'

Tossed Salad M 7:30:INSTRUCTOR-9i30 P.M.GROW: 1 GARDENING YOUR) OWN (ORGANIC

Garlic Bread June Payne Tees Jan. 21 Mar.4 r HOME BARTBIDING!
EhIItII 1 11.00 Students I 7 >>'
Small Beverage nnW'I\lf' 2400Non.-Students .J INSTRUCTOR: : p.m.: Mon.Jan. 20.Feb,17

f': N Stan f Pollack 7:00-8:30 p.m.

$1.. 75 plus: tax with seconds orji A tinrrT,1A'r'. .T.i I $10.00 Students. J I Bob INSTRUCTOR"S.ooNolt.Studon" Douc.lh
...,,
spaghetti and: salad for no extra r $15 Students

J charge. rF1lr1f :; r DRAWING: rc.: GROW YOUR OWN $20 tsJ

f urcc. : I Thurs.. Jan. It-Mar t ( GARDENING) %
.
11304:00'.M.nv..Jon.: 23-March t

Sponsored by the J. Wayne 'Reitz I .. INSTRUCTOR: 7:30-':30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR Ptnons Enrolling In Courses
.
s:. 'I 1 r' r R(t i I' ,17: ,1 1c Nope White : Concerned With Alcoholic
Union and Servomatlon. 15.00 Students J Stan f Pollack Btverages Will Be Required To

. . -0 0'I ;' ,r./I h'. t 61. .qr.t1 S. l rP..M. .. .::t-. .....gQpQyoniryd.nts. . .. ;SIS.OONon.Sr$lo.00Stud.ntl. i leort Show IB proof''Thef' They Are'At.
Years
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Tuelday,January 1.1,1975, Page



13'I'HMr Return to Woodstock I


By STEPHEN BERGMAN IIAVENS AND his three really getting down.
Alligator Staff Writer piece band cruised through Unable to keep up any
brief renditions of "Here momentum, the guitarist had
"This Is even better than Comes the Sun," "Teach to depend on the bassist to do
Woodstock, because tblfr. Is Your Children" and "For the most riffs and carry the
now and that was then." What 'It's Worth." Duringthe music.
Richie Havens Friday night first half of the concert, BUT IT REALLY didn't
y Great Southern Music Hall the songs were done very low matter. The band had a great
key, the band playing un- time jamming, and with
Richie Havens brought neccesarily subdued.But Havens strumming the shit
1960s nostalgia to the Great Havens' raspy, 'per- out of his guitar, jumping
<,"aAk Southern and the full houseate sonal voice carried the songs around stage, no one paid
it up. Havens had pleasantly, although a bit attention to the technical
everyone clasping hands and reserved. The audience aspects of the music. They
jumping up and down ec- wasn't however, and the were too busy jumping up and
...k.q uk. statically. He could do no enthusiastic applause seemedto down along with him.
wrong even when in true loosen him up. It was Havens' charisma
hippie style he made a song Yet this success was mainly that made the show. He got
out of"I don't know what to charismatic-musically the people to believe in him. One
sing" for his second encore. show was disappointing thing though contrary to
Now a cynic might sneer at lacking interesting Havens, Woodstock may have
photo by John moron all this but everyone had a arrangements or interestingideas. been now then; but Friday t'
RICHIE HAVENS great time and that's the The band was night it was still then, and not
.broken string, anguished face and the disappearing hand trick point of a live show. adequate but not capable of now.


I J. Wayne Reitz Union : center for all I




I Examless classes offeredBy II I Discover 'self' in lectures 1


aphrodisiacs are some of the topics that will By TONI D'AUOSTINO short combined lecture and slide presen-
Alligator Staff Writer be discussed in the Contemporary Witchcraft Alligator Staff Writer tation, followed by a rap session. Both will be
Sorcery, and Magic class. answering questions as they believe in the
"Grow your own" is exactly what the classin You've paid your mandatory health fee. Masters and Johnson concept that a male
Are you tired of the same hum-drum Organic Gardening will be doing. Aside But you've never been sick a day in your life cannot answer for a female.
routine of classes? Why not take a non-credit from class lectures, labs will be held on and you feel you have just thrown $10 down THE FOLLOWING week, the topic will be
class offered by the Reitz Union? You won't Sundays at the Organic Gardening Plots the drain. dreams. Participants will have a chance to
have to write papers or cram for exams. located near Lake Alice to gain a wider scopeof experience some semi-structured fantasiesand
The J. Wayne Reitz Union has expandedtheir home gardening. Not so.The Student Health Services offer observe some methods of using the
selection from 30 classes last quarter to WHEN THE Beginning Rug Constructionclass more than good physical health. Included. messages provided by the fantasy says Bob
44 this quarter,said Alan R. Collier, Assistant is completed, each participant will have the Student Health Services is a Student Witchel F3d.D.,Gestalt Therapist discussion
Program Director of JWRU. Some of the new completed his own mini-rug. The class will be Mental Health Staff. Your health fee also leader.
classes are Beginning Chess, Beginning Rug taught various techniques of rug constructionand covers this service says Dr. Ann Q. Lynch,
Other topics will be How to Tell Someone
Construction Bridge II, Contemporary each student will bp able to choose the Counseling Psychologist on the staff. What You Really Mean Developing and

Witchcraft, Sorcery and Magic, Couples technique wanted for each particular rug. YOU DON.'T' have to have a severe Enjoying Your Own Creativity, EnrichingYour
Enrichment Grow Your Own of and positive
communications
feelings
Group Sharing
problem to see a member of the staff says Love Relationship, Stereotypes and
( ), Mime, and will be the emphasis of the
Organic Gardening Yoga
Lynch. To help prove her point the staff has Communication, and Confrontation With
All will
Meditation. Enrichment
Couples Group. couples arranged a discussion series titled "New Paths Death and Rebirth.
THE CLASS of Mime will introduce the take the Myers-Briggs Typology test and wit! for Self "
student to the art of pantomime. Students will receive feedback about their personality types The series Discovery.is designed to enlighten the New Paths for Self Discovery is exactly
participate in a variety of activities that will enabling them to learn ways of better com students of all the possible services the staff what it means. Those attending hopefully will
help them persuade others that the imagery munications with each other. The class will be otters. leave with a new insight of themselves and
performed is real with non-verbal com led by Dr. Ann Q. Lynch, Counseling encouragement to make use of what the
munications. Psychologist, from the Student Mental Health The first topic in the series is "Un Student Mental Health Staff has to offer. 1"
"Craft of the wise" is the ancient Celtic Stan. derstanding Your Sexual Self."Gus Newman, New Paths for Self Discovery will begin
word defining witchcraft. Magical symbolism. Registration continues through January 16. M.D. Psychiatrist and Laura Newman M.Ed., January 15 and will be held every Wednesday
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By ANDY COVEN A disappointed John Lotz had no problem summing up his
Alligator Staff Writer team's faults after the game.
"You've got to make layups to win basketball games and
( we just didn't in the first half"he said. "We played very tightin
The Florida Gators had trouble doing much,of anything in the first half. The first five minutes told the story as we
1t !i the second half here last night as the Auburn Tigers broke couldn't put them away.
1 open a close ball game with a 23.12 second half spurt to win a "They just didn't play up to their capabilities."
hotly contested battle 8468. But in the second half Auburn did, and Lotz had nothingbut
A near sellout Alligator Alley crowd saw the Gators.miss praise for a tough War Eagle squad.
several opportunities to gain the advantage early, as missed "Auburn,gets off the boards exceptionally well", Lotz
a layups and turnovers handed Auburn an early lead. continued.,'"They came in with a lot of momentum and it just
: The game stayed close in the opening half as both teams seemed like we weren't relaxed.
shot 35 per cent from the field. But Auburn's early head-start "As a team,they're a lot more patient than they were last
was good enough to send them to the locker room with a 31.27 !season.; "
advantage. Jerry Moore led the Gators in scoring with 17 points,
Auburn scored the first two buckets in the second half and followed by 16 for Norman Caldwell.
rfit' was on its way to building a comfortable lead which with 8:35: The Gators shot 36 per cent for the game as they evened
left had the Tigers on top 6244. their conference record at 2.2 and lowered their overall markto
.Y I j Eddie Johnson used his speedy footwork to out-dazzle the 68.
JERRY MOORE Gators' full court press and them pumped in 26 points to UF travels to Knoxville this weekend for a game with
...fights for rebound cap his best game of the season. Tennessee.WHEN .
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" Alligator Sports Writer "I'll tell you if we continue to play with this much enthusiasm last year with a 21.8 average, has been called by many Auburn
" : ,there ain't no team that's going! to beat us." supporters "the most dangerous Auburn scorer since John
.. The vocal' l Gator crowd: didnf.even: crimp JQhnson'tstyte. ..Mengelt." ,,...;< ._
, "Flamboyant" Eddie or "Fats" Eddie. Take your pick, it team's on the road. In fact; he kind of welcomes the abuse. "We figure we should get to a post season tournament.'said
really doesn't matter. "That screamin' don't bother me," emphasized Johnson. Johnson as he departed from the victorious Auburn
Auburn's slick guard almost single handedly pulled the "They try to get at me but if I play my game, I'll get back at locker room.
curtains down on the Gators last night in Alligator Alley. them.
The 6'2"Johnson haunted UF head coach John Lotz for the "They figure I'm a hot dog but it's the only way I can get iNTRAMURALS
second consecutive as he pumped in 26 points. my team psyched up."

When the Tigers visited the Alley last season, Johnson "I'm not really out for the recognition. I just want this Today is the deadline to Lake Wauburg is open for
burned the nets for 38 markers. team to win, that's all."
sign i up for Men's Dormitory UF persons for fishing,
"We needed this one bad, said Johnson in a boisterous Johnson said his team's fast break did the Gators in. Volleyball. Sorority Bad- boating, and picnicking.
Auburn locker room after the game: "That's our game. We were kind of uptight in the miton and Co-Rec Boaters may bring their own
didn't win, we would have been in third place in the
"If we beginning because of the pressure. Basketball deadlines are canoes, sailboats and
conference. We had to hang in there." "The fans kept on messing up the offensive signals." Wednesday.The rowboats but no motor boatsare
Johnson is a native of Weirsdale, Fla. and although he was Johnson's output was his best of the season, by two points.He mandatory officials' permitted. Weekdays12-
recruited by the Gators, "Fast" Eddie doesn't resent his scored 24 against Tennessee when the Tigers dropped a % meeting has been rescheduled 5; weekends fishing:
decision to attend Auburn. to 81 decision on the road. for Wed., Jan. 15, 8 p.m., 229 daylight to 5 p.m., recreation,
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windows and found Steeler and Viking and "Dee-fense." .
souvenirs' in abundance. Along the way. Steeler and Viking fans (the
8t30 AJV1.I After eating breakfast we latter of which now seem to be increasing in
returned to Biloxi to watch "Pink Panther"and number) yelled along with us. The Minnesota
prepare for our next jaunt into Al Hirt's people took our kidding good-naturedly and
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No more heat or air conditioning for most of UIF By TOM SHRODER Alligpter 51.1!WrIter Faced with a budget deficit of 11.% million, UF Executive Vice President Harold Hlanso. called for the immediate shutdown of most UP air conditioners. Operation of heating systems will be restricted to morning hours. Hanson said. BOTH restrictions will remain in effect until July I, or until another way is found to make up the nearly 12 million deficit. Hanson said he hoped to save as much as S250,O(E by restricting the use ot heating and air conditioning through the rest of the year Calvin Greene. director of UF's physical plant, said he would work on a more precise estimate of savings. EXEMPTED from the general shutdown of air conditioning and cooling units are campus housing, the computer complex. the life sciences building. I. H-I is Miller Health Center, and the language laboratory. Hanson 'aid. Greene cited examples ol requests for ieinmtatenment of colhng units from a thick stack of torms collected in the last attempt to conserve energy during last year's oil crisis. Most complaints centered on possible equipment damage and the lack of any other form of ventilation in the building. REFERRING Ic, the serious economic situation. Hanson said. "Something has got to he done. We torn off lights before we fire graduate students. We shut off heating before we fire graduate students.'' Vhe total utility bill is 13.2 million per year. I he recent 3.3 per cent rate increase by Florida Power Corp. will odd about another $45.0. Greene estimated. UF WAS budgeted SI nmilli less than needed to pay the utility bill, Subsequent allocations have brought the deficit figure down to S70.(X). Since students living in dormitories have paid for air conditioning in rent payments. Hanson said he will not shutdown dormitory air conditioning units. The Independent Florida Algtr Publgshed by Compus Communicosion. Inc. GoInesuIl. FWrIdo Not offIclolly aso.odofd with A. tUnivernity of florid. TUESDAY JAN. 14, 19 VOL. 67, NC ~73 .8 Student admissions halted By KAREN MEYER Algal.rStaN W r The Board of Regents abruptly halted all admissions to Florida's state universities Monday. The action, proposed by the board's newest member. Marshall Harris, is designed to give regents time to study long-range admissions cutbacks as a means to meet drastic funding shortages. NO FURTHER admissions contracts at any level for upcoming quarters will be mailed out, although admissions offices are "to continue processing admissions.' Regents Chairman Marshall Criser said. With the university system's utility deficit soaring even higher than the 12.5 million predicted earlier, and with orders from the Florida Cabinet to cut back other spending by 18.5 million, long-range cutbacks in next tall's admissions has 6ecome a "possible alternative" to reduce spending. Earlier money-saving efforts need to be stepped up "and are now mandatory," Stare University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said. AMONG THESE eftbrts are a system-wide hiring freeze to last until the budget for employee salaries shrinks by two per cent, aid reducing electrical consumption at the ninec tA ni ditinal 3 million savings over what had previously been asked of the ujiiversities is now necessary to balance the university system budget. Mautz said. Administrators from several of the state universities voiced concern abowi spring quarter admissions, current enrollment commitments and the possibility that by lowering enrollments in certain federallyfunded programs the universities would face los of federal funds. UF PRESIDENT Robert U. Marston suggested each university gather and submit enrollment data to the Regents executive committee within the next 10 days, "rather than freeze everything today." Marston's immediate reaction was concern for the effect on those students now "very nervously' awaiting answers to applications for admission. "I hope this wil be handled very quickly. Marston said. 'I think everyone has a sense of the urgency of the situation." ADMISSIONS will remain frozen until regents' staffers can study how drastic a cut In funds will be needed next year and whether cutting admissions is a workable alternative to save money, according to Mautz. Charles Perry, president of Florida International University in Miami. voiced concern that upper division and graduate institutions--such as FlUmight bear the wonst burden of long-range admissions cutbacks. The reason the upper division institutions miight suffer, Perry said, is because freshman admissions are processed earlier than upper division transfers, and an across-the-board admissions shutdown would fall more heavily on the upper division transfers and graduate students. Enrollment freeze surprises officials phobeby chip hke New regent What'slttliketlojoin the stats Board of Regents In the middle of mcmive budget cutbacks, utilities deficits, and other migc.loaneous crises? The faces of Morshioll Harris, who joined the regents Monday for the first time, might tell the story. Harris, appointed earlier this month by Gay. Reubin Askew, is a veteran Florida legislator who actively sought the regents post. And after the talk about problems, It isn't cli bad, is it Mr. Harris? By STUART EMMRICH AllIgator StafB Writ.r. UF officials, most taken by surprise by the Board of Regents immediate freeze on admissions to the State University System. expressed both shock and pleasure at the Monday decision. UP Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said he was 'surprised but pleased" a ith the repents' decision to halt all admissions to the SUS while they take a close look at the cost involved in the running of the universitiess. HANSON, agreeing with the decision to euamine the budget and financial operation of the SUS. said. "I think we ought to stand hack and look at the entire situation. It's a good idea," Hanson said the freeze would "probably just be a temporary holdup. I don't expect this thing to last too long." Hanson said some kind of action on enrollment was expected. but added he 'as surprisedd the free on admissions "as in,. posed at Monday's meeting. ALThOUGH Hanson said he doubted the Ireeze would last until next year. he explained %OflW cuts have to he made in admissions a'av. ':Upper class applications are running I5S l'tr CL'il .dead of lost 'car's pace and at wvinl have to make a 20 per cent cut in freshmen alone next tall. A lot of kids are going to be disappointed," Hanson said, Robert Bryan. interim vice president for academic affairs, said he was 'astounded" at the news of the admissions freeze,. BRYAN, who said he had not heard of the Ireeze until a reporter called for comment,. RICHARD WHITEHEAD .admissions chief said he was shocked to find the freeze was to be imposed immediately and with no set ending date. Bryan admitted the freeze might save the SUS some money, but added he doubled if it was an appropriate move. "I heard the financial crisis was seven, but I fail to understand how freezing admissions would help our financial difficulties very much, "EACH STUDENT costs a certain amount to educate-the tuition only pays for 25 per cent of the total education-but this move will cause untold problems. I don't know how the board will be able to justify this action. "The citizens of the state want to send their children to the university, and I don't know how they are going to react to this news. "I'm simply shocked," Bryan said. RICHtARD Whitehead. dean of admissions and records, also said he had not heard of the BaR freeze, and had not.reelved any instructions to cease the processing of applicants for next year. "We have to wait and see what the official policy is before we do anything," Whitehead said. He said freshmen have already been sent letters ol acceptance for next year and said he wasn't 'or' hon a freeze would affect these s udan is. (See 'tea. &.' page fleil L

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Pag. 2, The lndependent AridcMAlligoor, Tuesday, Jantwry 14, 197$ Ford has a plann Thy. aes by /ALLAN GINOtER ALLN JGNLr capsul WASHING ION lUPl) -President f-ord proposed Monday night a 12 per cent rebate on 1974 income taxes up to $1,000 a person. and increased taxes and tarifl\ to drive fuel prices higher and discourage consumption. In his first speech from the White House to the American people, Ford laid out the program he will put before Congress Wednesday to tight recession, inflation and the energy shortage. HE CALLED for a one year ban on new federal spending programs, a 5 per cent ceiling on increased Social Security benefits this year and on federal pay increases, and a $4 billion tax cut bor farmers and businessmen to spur enmployment Ford said he would ask Congress to relax auto pollution standards to improve gas mileage, impose about $30 billion in taxes or all petroleum and natural gas, and tax the windfall profits of the big oil companies. He said using existing authority he will impose a53 abarrel tariti on 6 5 million barrels of oil the country imports every day. FORD CALLED for these measures: An immediate Federal Income Tax cut of 16 billion. Of this. 12 billion will he cut from individual Income 'lax hills or earnings of 1Q74 in the form of a cash rebate ol 12 per cent of taxes due-upto a limit of$1,000 per family. The other 14 billion would go to business, including farmlers, to "promote plant expansion and create more jobs. It will take the 1orm of a one-year increase from IC to 12 per cent in the investment tax credit. Using emergency powers under a 1962 law an increase. through executive authority in the tariff on each barrel of ported crude oil. The increase would be SI in February, 12 mn March and $3 im April. A "more comprehensive program of energy conservation taxes on oil and natural gas" to cut consumption. fhe revenue tronm this iwoild yield about $30 billion a year andt would he fed back into the economy "n the form of additional payments and credits to individuals, business and state and local government," Cash payments would go "to those who pay no income taxes because of low earnings TIhey .iic the hardest hit by ilation and higher energy costs." A tax on the "widfall profits' of the oil companies'. lDelaying by five years the tough antipollution standards si that automakers can build cars to yield a 40 per cent improvement in gas mileage. "Stronger measures' to speed development of coal. nuclear, solar and geothermal energy resources. Ihs shoe that works with your body. 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Under existing pwer, impose a $3-per-barrel tariff on imported oil, plus a tax on the "windfall profis" of oil compan ies. DEMOCR ATS' AtaX cUtranging f billion. More aid to the Interest rate Execut ive power inCreases for 90 days. A tax discoUragin i mposing more than 9 terest on loans. ULitt a, VK2dC P LAN rom $10 to $20 jobless. subsidies for to block price ig banks from pet cent in-eary DNNER) dCl 'I' 4 10 BE EF ST EW SERVED) WmIh MAtSHED ivrATOEs. OR FRENCH FlUES, GREEN SA LAD CLE SLAW OR JOTATO SALAD SERVED 5PM TO MIDNIGHT Ask yew lae oh your bie WihaGar aied! g so syt do Demos WASHINGTON (UPN) -Houise Democratic leaders pledged Monday to pass a tax cut of 10 billion or more in e6o days as part of a Democratic plan to combat recession. The broad 12-point plan. whose other proposals to boost the economy included more aido othe jobless and interest rate subsidies for housmng. immediately drew fire frim senate SRepublican L.eader Hugh Scott. who scoffed at its chances ol ,approval SIN CAPITAL letters. Scott wrote "not enacted by the 93rd SCongress" next to IC of the 12 points. "We are treated today to a further manifesto or the Democratic Congressional majority. scott said I i statement. "This must have been the 15th or 20th such nmaitesto on the economy issued since the beginning of the 'J93rd Congress from one House or another or froni the Ienmocralic National Committee THE PROGRAM, produced by a 10-member [)emocratii [ask Force, also called icr executive power to boc big companies' price increases for 90 days or for longer in the case Sof monopolies, and a I location of credit to housing and 'miI S business instead a speculative and ifationary uses I he most innovative idea was for a tax to discourage buiks from charging more than 9 per cent interest on loans. Irnonme earned from higher rates would be taxed away. At a crowded ne'ws conference, a frowning Albert retused to he pinned down on what site tax cut he or the panel IaworedI HE SAID economists had been calling for tax cuts ranginw irpm SI() billion to $20 billion. "I assume it will be higher \than SIC billion" and sonmewhere within that range. he said fRe Denmocrats-seven-page paper released Sunday shio'cd they were unable to agree on ways to curb energy consumption without sending the ecorioniy into a tailspin. The panel settled on asking House commiittees to look ,it a tcanut of ideas ranging from rationing of gasdiine anid fuel oil to higher taxes and weekend sales bans. ALBERT DENIED the Democratic group sought to steal march on Ford by laying out its proposals linst. Albert said he wanted a tax cut mowed through the House within 60 days--even if that means foregoing controversial tax reforms until later. 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Th. independent Nlord AileIgor. Tu.dey. JMnuovy IA, 1975, Pug. S T uition almost certain to rise, but how much? By KAREN MEYER and BRIAN JONES Alligator StaoW Write.s A tuition hike for U F and other state universities this year is almost a certainty, two top university system officials said Monday. Marshall Harris. newly-appointed member of the Board of Regents. and State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz both said the Flord. legislature-which meets in April-will probably enact higher tuition rates. "THE TUITION hike is a real possibility, but I think it will be a modest hike," said Harris, who served In the legislature tot eight years before becoming a regent. Mautz gave a quick "yes'' reply to quizzes about whether he expected the legislature to enact higher tuition this year. Harris said "the legislature must hike tuition or somec programs will he cut. There just is not enough money to go around." ALEXIA HART, student body president at the University ol West Florida. vowed that student leaders 'will fight" a tuition increase with a newly-organized student lobby. Regents Chairman Marshall Ciser said "I won't say yes or no on a tuition hike at this time, but it is time to examine a modest tuition hike." UC may cancel spring sections By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer Asnu'ivy is 1(k) classes in t'miervity College Lit could be u.nceled sp. mg quarter it tundls aren't found to pay UC srjdiiatc assistant' "We ha'c tittila to mdi s plel itugh the winter tpiartcr.' Hi) C 'orige HrrnUee U( is'itaiii (lean, said lDi Ncibert I tilherts chiiiimar of [ ( 'OLuil Science, tIcpariimen. -ecened a memcnit from Bentley, stating tcononic lpr(.Ilem euist which sill cause layoffs to be made by spring Lqilrte'. SEVERAL DOZEN assistants in English and math, and "a couple .1 dozen in lie smaller dlepannments .ull be altected hv the cut -hacks, Brown said he assist ants are halt or third-timle assistants. according to IDoherty One assistant invoked in the special services program will he the only one retained in the social sciences Noti ,ere pot in their matiboses today." Doherty said. I think the iuiiversity is trying to take tare of it. even if they have to I urn the heat ott. "LET'S CUT ofi the heat and let's cut off the lights.' Dr. Bob Burton Biown. UC dean said "You have to look at the part of the budget which is biggest.' he said. The hwo largest part' are faculty salaries and the utility bill. Brown said the loss oh "good people" takes many years to replace. He suggested UF sacrificee physical comfort over the test fe,. months" in an eilrt to hold the assistants here ol 'IF. "IT'S BETTER than hungry lanmiies, Bro'.n said. ShuttinM oil the heat and lights "ill probably be a presidential decision, according to Broi. n. It is not sunmetihing "one dean in charge ol one or two buildings" can change by ht imsell. flhe memo st'nI to department chairmen Monday is an tert to clarify the situation and inform the assistants so they can begin to look for other cmploynieii tot spring quarter. THE CUTS made specific Mondoy swere part of a large reduction in the nunibet ot graduate assistants ,tho "ill be Brswkd r rne ill ti b een 40 and 50 cuts in Engglsh tin UmiyirsIty College) and about 40 Iron, the rnnh department. as well as seterol more in itmalker departments in Urni rst Cliege. Bronn said. Bron sidthe 31504X) per month nlnch .would be sated bI 'butting down ihe heat and tights at CF. if vontiinuted for twot' ,,onihs. sotild solse lhe pr.'Iien in laeL ol tundls In other action, the 8CR recommended the state give Gainesville property for a new tire station and approved a new solar energy venter to be admirnstexed by Florida Technological University (FTU) on Florida's east coast. THE RECOMMENDED site of the fire station is a 1.2 acre plot on Archer Road neat the Veterans Hospital. The action resolves a debate of several years between the city and UFE on where to establish a second station to serve the campus and adjacent areas. Arytiment over who should administer the solar energy center resulted min 4-3 split vote favoring FT. Dissentmng regents seemed to prefer the center tall under the adnmiistration of UF. saying the center's programs might detract tromi other major research. [he Solar Energy Center. located next to the Kennedy Space Center. wilI be a local point for research and developmentt for the Southeast, said William Phillips. director of Science and Engineering for the regents staff. photo by ihn moron M~ain track When your world is dead You'ye got to get it through your heod There's another world over your shoulder. It might not be as good But it must be understood In the new one you'll be wiseroand older Grad s tude nts squeezed again By BRIAN JONES Alligator Layout Editor In spite ot 'trenuous obections from faculty groups. the Board of Regents Monday set limits on the number of graduate hours per student that the university system will pay for. Althought the funding limit, don't prevent graduate students from enrolling for more hours than is necessary to set their nmasrersor Ph.D.degrees. the limits do say, in effect, that either the graduate student or individual universities inuist pick up the tab tbr extra hours, ALL GRADUATE students, including those already on their "ay to graduate degrees. are affhvted by the limits although iidi'idual exceptions arc pro' ided for. Tlht regents weit lorced to adopt graduate hour binding calls l's the 'tare legislature. which established its own cradtiate hour funding gtntdelines last April. I he funding limits 'ary anong degree projranms. but mn no *ialances ,sill the university system pay tot more than 63 hours taken by a student pursuing a mlusters degree and l% hours for ,i student pursuing a Ph.D, degree. Ol'POSING the limits. UF lomnartic languages Phot. Ha' ntotd GasCrosier said they added up to "an educational 'iraft jacket leas ing the student no latitude for electives or I'loi-at ou'. Giay-Crosier. speaking for the American Association of University Professors (AA UP) aid, "Research appears to be. by ias very nature, wasteful and time consuming. But it is the only w ay to overcome the tem ptations of deadly entrenchment in the status quo." Florida State University Student Body President David Aranofsy spoke against the graduate limits, and said graduate degree requirements which presently are below the funding maxinmums might be upped so the universities can receive more state university system funding. "THE UNIVERSITY attitude here may become. 'let's utili,'e the nma, munm and I don't think that would give the students in these programs a fair shake." Aranofsy said. Robert Maut,'. State Univesity System Chancellor, defended the limits as "nor harmful academically.' H-e said the legislature "had to he persuaded' to set the maximum hours allotwed for the miost eotemsive degree programs at I% hours [bfe policy i aiMeti it raicng the nuiflir of flttdents taking raduate course wntk who are not working toward a particular degree, according to Mautz. Regent( hester Fergussaid"We hav.to start somewheat. He argued that the regents. caught between the legislative mandate and the unhvs of the universities. "can improve this prograni r 'C 'tt it reeds in."

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Peg. & Th. Independent RMed AJIlgator, Tu.day, Jnnuery iA, 1975 Thief hits B, JOE~ MORAN Alligatr Staff Writer HurgIirs 'tolL moi~rc ban %I *.IIKm inash dI property' t k~~12 [ d otni ro m~IS this tI)n reptsleDprmm Jim Shtiler. IlP puhbice Intormaiorl o ticer. si te S aturd aa SHULER 1)11 nOt u w whether L PD suspcctcd the thetts '.cre committed by the same person, but he %aid it wa' "strange thai they all happened at the same time. In each ot the 12 cases, the room uring the late nih o early mortling hours while the occupants ot the rainm were sleeping, according to police records,. livin in some khind of uo i ~& e the l e t i doors THE ITEMS missing from the rooms re easily ac;wallets, jewelry or watches, the reports stated. According to UP!) reports,. cash and property were taken tromi the following rooms I wo roomn in Broward Hall werc reportedly entered on '12 I epertedt ()NI. [fillto int three dorm mbinmgr)~ be! en h and wo .dlets Xi mitnici irdei weit mi1 m511 111DM IN Ir m i Sinpsori in South Hall is er Hall, 'cre I iiu wiTches S 145 im JShi, Mankiewicz thict lies afli! Is Cr1 O)n Satiirdla ro miim outh Raw Imgs Hall lii, tmnt Hltll, one ndOne in Ie wthnred tort I l wt ith three utallets.k iatihes purse dud a imfl speaks today [-rank Mankiewic,. a well know n political commrentator ,Ind distimguished prolessoi at LF, wIll gl'.e his first public lerr 're at the Law School A uditoritmn at 9 IS tonight I he lecture, "The Fallout ot Watergate," is open to the ptihic and is the first ol ui C public lectures prtsenlt during winter quarter. Mankiewic, will GSU to discuss grad finances I he Graduate Student Unton will discuss the financial light ot graduate students at a protest meeting tonight at 8 in room 205 Peabody. U F President Robert 0. Marston was invited but orbi ding individual institutions from rmeetings dwith uno TreprGsUn is affiliated with United Faculty of Florida. READER'S REDRESS Samson is havmng a volunteer recruitment and orientation meeting today at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium. It was incorrectly reported for Monday night in What's Happening. The Alligator regrets the error. The Chinese International Association will meet Wedncsday Jan. IS. not Tuesday, Jan. 14 as previously stated in The Alliwator. alLeu gat 15 it Iauii Cin~ityP INTRODUCES THE HAUS BURGER 4 lb of 1000o pure beef burger or sesame seed bUn (within 3 mile radius Inci & 34th St GIVE US3771 A CALL uding Archer Rd. area) 'Ia Vwith fix in's 654 Along with all of Great Subs, Sandwiches, ENJOY a letui & aLLeus THREE WAI rooms We are pleased to a: to our family of fine -L!ISJ -nnounce the newest addition receiver lines .@.0.0 Model 5-7110 17 watts RMS per channel at8 ohms, 40-20,000 Hz. 1 percent maximum distortion at rated output $2 9 9 Model 5-7210 26 watts RMS per channel ats ohms, 40-20,000 Hz 08 percent maximum distortion at ratea $299.95 Model 5-7310 38 watts RMS per channel ate ohms, 20-20,000 Hz 05 percent distortion at rated $36995 Also Available : Model S 7900A 60 watts RMS per channel Built in Dynaquad 4 channel $4 9 9 Matrix circuitry OUJND J lTY q 11Ync 1211 S.W.l6th A a wapet werel Combina EAT-IN -TAK E-OUT FAST-FREE DE LIVE RY A ve. za tions YS Z

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[I ~rj flEE) P 'ii' u*l -I' 1~ Ao power-packed pizza Shelley's of means everything. fr~ more more anCHOVy, more pepmore Sausage, mo re m UShrooms, green o n IOn, pepper, m or e more m ore b C on, more ground beef, more of what makes tummy happy. your You can PIZZA POWER A order piZza I',, a 9, with bination of And the IZZA 2, or any 16" COrningredients. Shelley's man will get that hot pizza to you fast, along with you r favori te w ines. beer or Ifne Call 378-1I628 or 372-6582 and get ready for an extra ingredient pizza. S-I .-~ II" Vt N ,idi, Th. lnd.p.nd.ni Flovldo AIIlgotr, Tu.dcy, Januory IA. 1975. P.g. SAMSON Prruitmnent Et (n ntnur groups terests 030 uOL D-TIME ArMOjeS,, 'MO.*. Ieat fla P~rati,-.LanL. 't n 10)7W. Uverity Bargain clash in peron, 1111K ~IjrI.i~ I)IIIE ~ I F I 'i irT I. v By GA RY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer A mcetmng ot the (ommnittce ot Concerned Faculty Monday turned ito con Irontation between members ot the University Protessors Ifor Academic Order mnd Dr. Robert A. Bllume. Blunme. a member of the United Faculty of Florida (U1FF), tried to present his group's position on collective bargainig when UPAO nmembecrs disagreed with his basic arguments on how bargainig should be handled. BLIJME SAID the UiFF was opposed to any college's faculty getting higher salaries than any other college s. Dr. Eileen Sullivan. UPA0 president. said faculty should be more interested in maintaining their professionalism and quaiaity of teaching. and less interested in attaining higher "We don't need this 'massive overhaul." Sullivan said of the efforts toward collective bargaining. "I don't agree that we need this structure." "THERE'S A great fear of unions," Ilume admitted. But he added "an individual unit is independent." Biume also reacted to criticism concerning the power of groups such as the UFF, which is connected with the American Federation of Labor (AFL-Cio). "The union (U1FF) decides for itself what it's going to do." Illume said. He said there was power which the AFL-CIO exerts on the collective bargaining process on the behalf of the U FF, but the local group makes the key decisions. DR. FRANK B. Wood. a UPAO member, accused the UFE movement of being inspired and ied by UP College of Education faculty. "They've been a standing joke for 50 years." Wood said. referring to the College of Education. "This is ail sort of a dream world," Wood said. He said Biumne and the UiFF had no evidence they will be able to negotiate effective contracts for faculty members at state universities if U1FF is elected faculty bargaining agent. "Our interests are not the same." Dr. James R. Cede. UPAO member, said, referring to differences between the medical school and the college of education. "YOU DON'T have adiseiphne." Sullivan told Blumie. She said the UPAO and all faculty members "are now part of the poiitncal system because of the collective bargaining law, passed last spring by the state legislature. Regnts-Dec.' 5 wh"ih e~ recomeddthe UFhfacuty be considered a separate collective bargaining unit. SINCE THEN four faculty associations have been formed at UF with the intention of becoming recognized as separate bargaining units. The associations have been formed in the colleges of Engineering. Law, and the Health Center. as well as in the Institute of Food and Agricultural One UPAO member said he felt in general sympathy with the UP administration. Tly BOW went on record Monday as being against collective bargaining for employes of the university system. Reaction (from page one) WHITEHEAD said the BOR freeze was the first he had ever heard of in the history of the SUS. "We have operated under enrollment ceilings before, but there has never been a freeze imposed, and I've been here for 410 years." Whitehead said. Bob Burton Brown. University College dean, said he agreed with the freeze and added the BOR should have frozen enrollments 'onle time ago. "IT MAKES 'ens." he said. "If we have a money crunch, why admit any more students when we can't handle the ones we've got. Brown sald. however he aSbut limits both on people to be ad mitted and money available Lanut. tend to be arbitrary." he said. Wiliam Elmore vice president for admitnitrative affairs, said ht couldg'r comment in the eventss' act'onbecauw he had not been I ticial noI' 11 led 'ol the ree,.e.

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Pose 6, 'ne d.pendntAodo AlIgtor, Tuesdoy, Jnuary 4 197s EDITORIAL Logic frozen minimum of the Board of dour to public It was the archetypical regents action. Applications for admission at all levels, from freshman to graduate student, are frozen while the regents figure out how to give the state back $8.5 million. To cope with a problem of how to educate taxpayers in the face of drastic budget cuts and a $2.5 million utilities budget, the regents solution is simply not to educate any new taxpayers. bt nist likeamputating your head to remove a The full effect of the action is not yet known. Admissions officials around the state are told to process applications but not to send out letters of acceptance. As for letters of acceptance already sent, UF officials throw up their hands and look perplexed. The fates of thousands of students around the state and the nation seeking admission to Florida's nine state universities are equally fuzzy. The regents' action was initiated by Marshall Harris who, in his first board meeting, lived up to his selt-styled cleanhouse attitude better-cr worse-than we expected. The reason given for the admissions freeze is to see whether cutting enrollments is an acceptable method of saving money. The Board of Education cut $8.5 million from the state university system's budget and ordered the regents to save another $3 million. In addition, the board is faced with a utilities deficit of more than $2.5 million. Merely the abruptness of the regents' action provides some hope it will be reversed soon. It is reminiscent of a knee-jerk policy adopted last year to bar convicted felons from university programs. The policy was withdrawn a week later, the regents pretended to study the idea for a few more weeks just to save face, then dropped it. It is dubious whether the admissions freeze will save money. Administrators pointed out that federal money could be jeopardized if enrollment in some programs is lowered. And while student tuition covers less than a quarter of the cost of education, legislative appropriations for the university sytem are based on a formula of fulltime enrollment tigures. And what will the effect of the freeze have on the state's new desegregation plan, adopted under the threat of losing $70 million in federal money unless more minority students are brought into the system? Recent attacks on the state university system by men like Harris and Senate President Dempsey Barron. whose demagoguery capitalizes on a basic American streak of anti-intellectualism, have the regents seeing doomsday in the next legislative session. Frankly. we'd like to see the regents jn the business of making education available to as many persons -as It cean. e.,, ft legislators choose to abandon the universities,. they at least will have to answer to their constituents. Most members of the media have gone ott in a particularly useless direction tn their examination of the current Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) hullabaloo. Te cause of the day seems to be the composition of Pres. Ford's investigating committee. It is considered ominous that the commission contains at least two known conservatives, including an unsavory former actor. THE OTHER members of the committee have been described as being "thoroughly establishmentarian and conventional" (Tom Wicker) and ''establishment fuddyduddies, with a high pain threshold on questions of justice and morality." Uoesepb Kraft) Both columnists conclude that the investigation will result in lifttle me than a slap on the wrist for the CIA. This may well be true. However. I dov't think the com. position of the presidential commission (or the four congressional committees investigating the CIA) is par.ricularly important. I think the investigation will come to nothing because the wrong questions are betog asked. ODDLY ENOUGCH,William F. Buckley Jr. comes closer to the real issues in his analysis of the situation. He points out. quite correctly, that almost everything the CIA is accused of doing would have been legal if done by some other federal agency, in most cases the FBI. Buckley concludes this is lust a jurisdictional dispute thac should arouse no more interest than the Department of Inteo prforming functions reserved to the Department of Unfortunately, after his excellent beginning, Buckley goes oil it a predictable direction. He questions the patriotism of people critical of the CIA and comes out four square in favor ot country, flag. end spooks. DESPITE HIS unfortunate conclusion. Mr. Buckley has hit on an important point. Does it make any difference to the 20,000 Americans supposedly spied on that their files are In the CIA's computer banks rather than those of the FBI? Would they really feel better knowing that their records are mn the right files' I doubt it. However. rather than concluding from this that there is no problem. one could instead question the propriety of tiles on lO.000 Americans -mostly war protestors -being kept by The Independent Florida Algator (1 Oasetican Jams V. cook Mrs Evely S? C. toy shipp Tom Mocamoro Roy MeG. J. Lynd Mcomle. Diana soyd.r BRIAN DONER LY any branch of the government. THIS IS anapproach unlikely to be taken. Instead, the investigating committees will conduct a painstaking search for violations of the CIA's charter. This will entail close scrutiny of the foreign contacts of those under surneillmnce, secret orders of the National Security Council, the actions of CIA's alumnini" and other absorbing matters. While dissecting the twigs on their chosen tree, the investigators will almost surely lose sight of the forest. Presuniably. all of the committees will come up with 'omne violations of the CIA's charter. Reforms will be proposed and some of them adopted. After that, we will all be able to re'i assured that the right government agency is investigating us AT BoTrori, this is a relbrmist investigation, concerned with the necessity of each investigatory agency spying on the right people. The CIA should spy on the foreign bad guys, the OPINION I-RI should bug the domestic baddies. As is usually the cuse when itformers do their ihng. nothing Itndamnental will be changed. You will have to take corn ort front the fact that it is now an FBI man on your tail and not somebody front, the CIA. One can't help but wonder what a reformer's last thought would be in front of a firing squad. My guess is that he would he wondering whether the squad was wearing the right uniform. Dovd smith David Kit,, N.ews Editor Tirt Wood D.MMi Fu Aeln, .i.lMonog,. Mmlnsm~Aids.,,t Adves ng Coord ines. Mspeciol sdeotnCoordinptqr "d tiig ouco Mottg,. Edituoil Projocton Maapr M Jin Pubiied by Campus CommtincatIOrl. I ii P.O Son 132 Univret static., Gah.III. Mrand. with @6 ce .mM S. C~hg. inn. 112 Wae Unsflny Avnu. I 'wins gflephot: 3y74446 Edital O M el~ : 37-M Adverlising and ProdvctIofl Without warning, with a discussion, in a single meeting, Regents yesterday slammed shut the higher education in Florida. 'E)CLISE ME,94R. GOT ANY SW*R CHANGE ? CIA probe ignoring forest

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I made the mistake of inhaling with, mi nose and it sounded like the gurgle of a straw. Choke, choke choke ,.if Ihad a& beard it'd be possible to cut it off and use it as a soggy sponge. Yes, Jarits Mara. you poor, abused, suffering soul -I too read the story of your tragic Christmas vacation. What a tear jerker, the horror, the agony. the humiliating experience you braved, being held prisoner at home for two whole, hohum, weeks. MY FACE is lull of salt water. Get the Army Corps of Engineers because my roommates are reading the paper -and what a tragedy -but by god it's not so bad. I haven't seen such clean cheeks since love story swelled our commercially steered emotions to sobs. And the grapevine says you're from the lower east coast of Florida, a transplanted piece of California. stuffed with neon nightlife, negligent nameless northerners. and notorious male chauvanists lurking down back alleys, just waiting for a nice college girl to walk by unsuspecting and zap -captured into a date with the fellow spending all of the money How horrifying. Yes a chauvinist could catch you with your guard down and -oh no -you're forgetting about principles and enjoying it Or maybe your not enjoying it, but what about exploiting it? What better way to outright destroy a male chauvinist than to -oh, *hypocritical, double standard and all that --to pull when he pushes. Make the bastard spend a little money and he'll be begging for a little equality. YES IAGREE with you the best part of Christmas is rhe"i'm never coming back to this prison. you tolks are ignorant and can stuff it.'' end, when the car is tanked up and the Gainesville city limit signs look like the gates of St. Peter. Anyone who goes home should expect to get tree rconm and board even i it is mtore board than anything else. But if you want a teal hot doggin. humdingin. whopper snapper of a vacation, you ought to comec visit nme in San Antonto some time. It's not too bad being located right in TONY ARNADE dIowntownPas co County halfway between a cypress swamp and an orange grove. After all, the place produces more chickens per acre than any area an the state of Florida, not to mention the sweet smellin not-edible side product that the chickens produce. Yes. Janms, someday you'll have to make the smoke tilled, pool tabled, hub of the world. San Antonio bar, where folks discuss such exciting subjects as last Sunday's action packed episode in church, or the quality of various brands of chewing tobacco. WHAT ABOUT old friends? They're still there, either all right and justly married, or hard core alcoholics, and usually both. At the bar it's who's more masculine by how much whiskey he can chug, even better Il you set it aflame first. Now and then the excitment swells to heart thumpini levels when some lost, confused tourist straggles off the bumperto-bumper yankee highway and heads into town thinking he's in the heart of the Amaton Basin. He says something about the blue sky, serenity and what a nice resort it is, and I reply "yeah, it's a last resort.' while some friend of mine gets his jollies directing the car off into some lonely region of the county. "IT'S FUN, and hell I may be 22 but what else you gonna do around this place." he replies when I ask him why he's plastered on a Sunday afternoon. "There's no place to go. no girls. And besides. I drink on Sunday afternoons because I sobered up From Sunday morning.' Yes Janis. Christmas may he a drag. even on the East Coast. But consider sourscll lucky At least you have that hobby to keep yourself occupied. and if you run out of jackets and pants and dresses, I have a coat that needs a new ripper and maybe you Harris and $ cuts spell trouble In these days of super-economy on the part of the state government, two recent events have come out of Tallahassee that should send shivers up and down the spines of educators and administrators at UF. The first was the appointment by Goy. Reubin Askew of former State Rep. Marshall Harris to the Board of Regents. TO THOSE OF you who are new to the state university 'yslemi. or have not been following the news, the Board of OPINION Regents, (SON) is that body who by an act of god and the Florida Legislature. administers the nine state universities., and periodically try to run the lives of its students. Harris. the former chairman of the appropriations Com.miittee of the Florida House until his announced retirement The Independeflt Florida Alligator DOmg Dial bltersinmont Edior Ron Cunningham flscOfte Editor Georg. Kochoniec Jr. Mhoto Editor GOg F-rr Sparn. Idior MIMd Kmn AsS.NMws dlr last year. broke into the news as the man who single-handedly exposed corruption in the enrollment practices of graduate students ini Floridas universities. To those of you who have forgotten, or who were wandering around in a drug-crazed stupor, to quote a few legislators. Harris last March dropped the bomb that our sister in. stitution Florida State University was illegally, immorally and tattemingly padding their graduate enrollment to suck a little more money out of the state, TWO DAYS before the Legislature opened last April 2, Harris, an unknown outside Tallahassee. and his constituency called a press conference to blast FSU for this insidious practice. Later accused UPand couple other universities Stories almost immediately appeared about university administrators gleefully coercing graduate students to register for more courses than they could possibly take, to milk the state out cf more money and, if sonmc reports could be believed, to bankrupt the state. But after the smoke cleared, the state's chief fiscal watchdog Auditor General Ernest Ellison reported that less than 4 per cent of the state's graduate students were over enrolled (for more than 19 hours per quarnerk EL LISON, WHO has uncovered corruption and squandering an all levels In state government. binned the meager over enrollment on administrators misunderstanding the cumberson,. rules and regulations rather than to trying to gyp the state. Harris can also be remembered as the man who helped get us our current tuition program when he stood up on the Floor of the House and proposed an even higher plan than the regents had, This isction insured the legislature would not overule the regents tuition plan. After the session was over studeists were old the Florida Legislature. in its infinite isdom approved the plan by not disapproving It. AFTER THE session was over. Harris would have slipped quietly out of politics, except for an announcement that he wouldn't turn down an appointment to the BOR if one just happened to come his way, As a result, barring an unlikely event like the Florid. Cabinet or the Florida Senate failing to approve him. Marshall Har-i, the public's watchdog, will be a member of the BOR. DOUG HATC STAFF WRITINGS an event almost as important as when now Circuit Court Judge Elizabeth Kovachevich branded the dorms at UF and elsewhere "taxpayers' whorehouses." The other event that is really scaring administrators of Floridas institutes of higher learning is the possibility that they will not be able to play around with as high a pile of money as they usually do. PARTICULARLY upsetting is the fact that cuts will have to he made, programs ended or severly restricted, suid quite possibly some classes and activities ended for good. Chances are a large part of the cuts will be Mt I. the humanities, arts and other related 5ubjsets, with n fewt ccI agriculture, medicine and certain emglae.rIng aria. Many activities are already feeiug the pinch fr the cets. -s evidenced by the recent lay-offs of graduate mssutants In the theatre program. MANY MOREarn and humanities projects and pmobabiy 'ocial and basic scicuce projects will be cut. 3mt bano fab that UF will continue, at lenst at the Institut, of Food and AgricuilturaI Sciences and at the J. Hillis Miller Health Cents., Christmas at home wasn 't so bad Jan is Tha independent flord AJligotor, Tu.,day, January IA 1975. Nag. 7 ---~& A/ F VIEWPOINTS -V. --K -APt

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2 J$j~ p agc PALiJtiC p P~. S. Th. In4.sd.o~ ftodd. AMiga,. To.d.~, J.nu.ry IA. IfS ON CAMPUS 28 Florida Colle ges To Be Represented At Inauguration At least UB representatives .t Florida the event, Career Service employees, senior and community colleges, lncluwhose duties do not require that they ding 18 presidents, will join a yet-unmaintain their station, have been auknown number of Ur .tudmats fculiy thorised to attend the ceremony as members and administrators in the wOrk-time. The inaugural event will also academic procession accompanying Pr. be telecast live by the University's sidentlal Inauguration cerunonles FiPublic Broadcasting Station, WUFT, day morning. Channel S-. 'The Convocation, in the Florida GymDr. Marnton will deliver an address naslum, will begin with the Proceulional outlining -am of the goals he hopes the at 9:30. The program Is scheduled to Unlverslty wlflpgrsue during hradmnlcommence at 10 o'clock. The Symphonic atrion. Greetings frin state governBand, conducted by Frank Wickes, will mont will be brought by La. Gom. Jam.s play preceding and during the PrenWilliams. Andrew H. Hines, Jr., prsatonal and for the formal Rsceuional dent .t Filrds Power Corporatlat at St. which will end the ceremony. Petersburg, will ring gresdings fran thN Faculty members have until Tuesday Alumni Asoaim he heads. Faculty afternoon to notify Marshal Earl Rodgreetings will be brought by history gers, telephone 392-1823. at their Intenprofessor Dr. David Chalmers, honored dioss to march. Preslddui or other by his colleagues as the teacher-ecturr rqraentaives of the no0 registered of U74. Student Body President Steve student organira tiens should notify the Merryday will extend greetings for UNe Office of Student Service., telephone student body. Board at Regents Chair.392-131, If they plan to march. Students, -m Marshall Criser will preside and through InvItation to all registered deliver the change to dhe president. orgmulsations, were asked to be offii Wn Thursday night, sato-town guests participants In the Inauguration and will and ceremony participants will attend a march between the visiting govermnunreception in thN ballroom of J. Wayne tal and institutional guests and the Roits Union, then attend in a body the faculty. opening concert Sf the fourth annual At themedatflast week, i studuntlhad Presidint's Festival of Music. No other indicated they would march In the events are scheduled-. Procession and secretaries In Dr. RodThe Inauguration program, when artger's office said they bad received a ginally conceived last summer before "steady stream" of calls from faculty, In Dr. Marston took over the presidency, addition to the more than 30 who had was to have Included a Thursday previously Indicated their intentions to colloquium and several social functions. march. Faculty meinbersunable tomeet It was wcaled down In keeping with Dr. the deadline for railing academic regalMarsten's wish.s to keep the program as is have been urged to join the general simple and inexpensIve an possible. audience. InvItatIons were sent only to Florida Second, third and fourth period classes institutions. will be dimised for the cernnany, "Dr. Mars was certainly prophetic which will see Dr. Robert Q. Marste last August when be asked -s to sani officially installed as the University's down the planning," said Director of seventh president. He became president University Relations Fred Canfrell, August 1. chaIrman of th Imauguratis Steering Dr. Marsten, In his end-of -fall-quarter canmittee. "Revenue resfrlcfions which letter to students, dualribed the Inaugurfollowed binrequest would certainly have atlon as having bees "planned purposely dictated a asallng-down anyway. Now It to focus attention -bow the three graus l hoped that the scaling-down will not at -s (faculty, students and staff) -a deter members of the community from work together for a greater university." attending. Hopefully, attendance will be He pointed out that thI. wll be only the large to show the preeldSn Vhe hacking of aevnd. Pr.danl Inauguration In the the campus cam multy for Ii. drst 7Oyear history Sf Te location of the curtail ewiny expantare pomi~de shrt University i Gainusvllle. of ezpendjtures for IincUodn." To tally arry out the campus focts of Representatives of the 2* FlorIda A&S China Week To Feature Daily Speakers, Presentations Frank Peetana, a LaAngel. attorney and a coordinator for the United StnChin. People's Fri endSip AmlMn will dlacuu Chilna's Immiratian laws at 4 p.m. today in Belts Union Bourn Ni, and "law In China" at 7:30 tonIght in t lcoholi sm Conference "Alcoholism: Recent Advance. in uMaenut, "Is the topic far at least 160 phqym. muses, ,metal beaan d Sled prdab 1-=Thursday and Friday at tasn~.vll Hla.Spin. .are Uhn UnIversity it Florida's College .1 L. ma ie has health elated elain Holland Law Cunter audItorIum. Pestana's pperance Is -ar of Cia Week, bngqpuered by tbeCclqgecl Arts mnd Scences EtudeS Cmmnci. Other Iectnr and S iduw -icare the current minnadamn "Moemieat to CrIticIse Couniu id Lin Piso" at y:30 p.m. Wednesday in McCarty ASSir.m, and "Helt Care in China" wit a movie at 8:3 p.Tinuday ii dhe Medical Sdcuce Dullding. "Wimn In atwiH be th. tqlc of the final lectnrat7: pam.Friday In McCarty a~dem. Chiams p-tes prand modern Stat. Mean. T HiS WEEK Te Bring Greetings To Charge Fre t Institutions of higher education who have Indicated attendance are as follows: Colleges and Universdius: Barry College, Sister Elizabeth Demirin, Am na; Betbune-Cookman College, Dr'. Richard V. Moore, President; Ecer idn;Floida A&M Uniesty, D Benjamin L. Perry, President; Florida Stit. University, Dr. J. Stanley Marshal4, President; Florida Technological UnIversity, Dr. Charles N., Millican, President; JacksonvIlle University, Dr. Sam H. Frank, Dean, Arts & Sciences, Nova University, Inc., Dr. Abraham S. Fisebler, President; Palm Beach Adamtic College, Dr. Warner Earle Fusselle, President; Rollins Coliege, Dr. Jack B. Crltchfleld, President; Stetson Ulniveralty, Dr. Robert S. Clnuvln, Dean; University ci Miami, Dr. Henry King Stanford, President; University of North Florida, Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter, Prelaet; UnIversity ci South Florida Dr. Carl D. Riggs, Vlce-Presddut, and Webber College, Dr. Roalmd W. MeFaddln, Dean. Cemma Colleges aS dS JeCllegs: roward Community Coll-ege Dr Wills N. Holcbe, Ash tant to die Lake City Community College, Dr. William I. O'Canr, Vice PrysiuetManatee Junlar College, Dr. Wilson F. Wefsler, Vice President; MIamI-Dade Comnm,,ni Collage, Dr. Askuae Gar. ncr, Vice PresIdent; Florida Junior College at Jasovie, Dr. Wygal, Prsient; Okane-t untoe College, Dr. James E. tc~ackn, Prew.,; a~oH~ad C,, a College, Dr. Miltet 0. Jute., PreaiutPolk Casualty College, Dr. Frudut& T. Lebatey, President; Santa Fe Community College, Dr. Geore t Cger, VicePreSent;Smin -.le College, Dr. Earl & Wen, President St. eerbu JuniorClee r F. Goflattmbeck, Prulide. PsbIutwns Senkn ,o womm ,nnwwngouwens facu la Open Fo Music Festival The Pru.l.nt's Fourth Annual Festival of Music, a month-long affair presented by the Department of Mulec, begins this week with two presentations cE Beethoven'a NMdi Symphony (Char*1). The purfrmnem Thursday and Friday evenings at 8:30 in University AudiSie WEH heale the U-member University Syfuphamw Orchestra and a 230-voice Futi vi Cirrus, conducted by Peter Herman Adler, conductor at the Metrop clan Opera, musia director of the NBC Opera Theater and the Julliard Opera Theater. Tlcketstotbeconcwtahave been given out on a first-caee firnt-aerved basis, but pes.n not balding diceUs wUi be admttedafter pamif aflseets have not been taken. A special section for the Thursday evening concert has besn revd for out-Sf-townguests and participants in the Presidential lmugurafiun to be held Friday morning. Featured soloists will be soprano Veronica Tyler, atiate professor of music at the University ciflorida and winner of the lUG6 Tdhalkovsky Vocal Competition in Moscow; tenor John licCollum, chairman at the University of Michigan School Sf Music vocal departmeat and International opera pertflrer; messo.eoprmno Marveilee Carlaga, wbo includes mare than N major operatic roles in her repertoire, and baas Noel Tyl a Wagnria spcals wh a performed throughout the world. Married Couples Profga Se The Married Shadmit Center will offer the flrst programlausres on "How To lnproie Your Manrage" at 7:3 p.m. Wednesday In the Cunte's headquarters In the Methodist Cunter at 133 I. University Avenue. l.thee ocS Mf e isauals by Tim BurneD, marriage wernn at Studint Metlal flalt Inthl Irirmary willbe Sn improving unSne~ p-.en of ~ ~ the martlrltatpaddrla and resolving conflIcts within marriage."PFlintes the Lrlasaydiat becams the ea," sis nicmn and Improvement of marriage, the dicessn will b equfly appts. to coqiles to -r heapyn tho nlragu asuwellas thewboare app. Scheduled for Tonight Auditorhum. *Tlhe University 0f Florida is an Equal Emje 9th urfh I' 1d Inn. ens it,' do

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-AvtftlStflt I, *4-I-----~*A *-~* ~-. -,n* rnflpmatIn.n. SI, UF's Prof. Howard Odum Is Featured in Newsweek An article -n th University of FlorIda's Howard t. Odin, grade research pttiincr Sf iv Irnmental mnganeerlng, appear' In this week's Issue of Newsweek Magazine. It ii reprintSd elsewhere thi page. Among hIs other jdtes, Dr. Odum Is director of tin UfIvernIfy's Center for Wetlands, which showed In its annual report for 1973-74 grants totaling $796,374 for research. Located in Phlps Laberatory adjacent to thi562 riagtnaleit plant, the Canter is affiliated with four college -Enginering, Arts and Sdmncm, Architecture and Fire Arts and the Inutitate Lf Food and Agricultural Sdmces. The Canter -a initiate as p-r of the Rocketeller-NatIonsIlceneFoamdatlmn (RANN Division) Cypruss Wetlands project In 1971-7U with a planning grant, but was not given DsNi .1 Regents authorliatial unfil mkd-JuWy and did not get into full operating until last year with completion of facUImae In Phelps Laboratory. All research aeiiS are not carried out In Phulpa, but in other parts the campus swell as areas of the state. The princal research ernde. ye. funded for two yenr by grants of W75,7U0 from Rockefeller-NtF is headed by Dr. Odum. Its purpose Is "to test the feasibility Sf -sn cypruss swamps, floodplalnm, and bayheads as caiservation zones within urban areas for purposes St water table management, and recycling of secondary treated wastes, as well as for general use of greenbelts for aestetic benefits and wildlife protection." The project -se wetlands in various parts of state for wosite research, the closest being an Owenmfhlnols Inc. land northwest of Gainesville. Part of the research will Include rerouting treated muncipal sewage to swamp hayheads and moitaring them for such tig -s vegetation responses, tree growth rates, water analyses, nutrient absorption, mosquitoes amid ilsect grla* n. Ieuts will be cunpa red wIih similar wetlands where treated sewage ha not been dumped. Satisfactory reaubt could, of course, help to solve th, growing problem of sewage dispeali swell as replenlahnent of the aquifer with an an abundance of pure water. With a Siam grant fran the U.S. Dept. of Interior and the National Park Service and Dr. 0d1. also the principal investigator, aoeheproject Is amusing data =amhled In 5gif Florida to determine land carng capacity .reSOurce maegnst and land and water ma misgumeStrtl. Malo In Sut Ilordda wit Dr. &.C. Snedaknr, assistant professor in the School Sf PrSt Resuucu and Cansrvatlon, as pincipal inveutgator, another Science Speaker Wednesday Dr. Davl flemeha, director of thi Natlonjl RadIo AS anny Obuervatory In Charistesyilhe, Va., will speak on "Gakais, Qmunand oi~niOS," Wednesday at 8 p.m. as the first Frantir Sf Scln lecture for the winter qua.e 'The series of tree public leonre by distaguIshed aesites Is presented by the Depurtnus i Physics and AstralOnly undoe the sponsorship of the Natlomlreljg 161ande Public Uinderstanding if aBesc Program. mOPPortunizyiAfiamin Action Employer proec focuses on the structure and funtioingof mnugrove-etuar4ne ecosytemswith emphasis on their interactons wihhuman systems. This research carries a 936,0K0 grant frain the U.S., Dept. of the Interior and the Bureau of Sport Fished. and Wildlife-. Two other grants, with Dr. Odwn as principal Investigator, are conducting research at Lake Okeechobee, grant value, 02,674, and at the Atchafalyn Basin In Lowisanna grant valve, 916,05. Pointing out that the Center's activities are a "parterahip with the teaching activities and serve to enrich resources for graduate work, advancement of knowledge, and state service." the annual report lists among particIpants 24 faculty members from 12 departments and 42 students from ten departments. The wetlands studyis also beginning o attract international attention. Three Russian scietists visited campus last weekend to study research activities and to confer with Cunter staff members. Two will be on campus through Wednesday for additional seminars. The InterdIscIplinary center reports directly to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and has an advisory Council that includes representative of each of the participating colleges. Members of the Cater's Advisory Council for 1973-74 were John P. Gerber, Agriculture, dhairnan; Edwin E. Pyatt, Engineering; Ande Lugo, Arts and Sciences; Carl Palme, Architecture and Fine Arts; Margaret K. Johnson, secretary; Odum and Snedaker. 2 at' I DR. HOWARD T. ODUN p V 4.' Odom's Law -ntenc~ts ,i' ieeg ~rig pahotlrn a oi ~r~r ~ut~ie ti mae th U i" Or C~ .-I'Li Le ii t*n, th -y 'L~dc4,n''gth p,,.,"l *i ir Ipm jrl (l,' a i~~i~iriifl~rie ii iig'trip at he n~er'I~ f Iir,. inG.,t~yle. ha Iv,.I it.n T eT wlit F ratin s'ig~ siittv tie spit hitii l~t' lP't~y ar o liii neiy % 'p iPLI0g or exa l t kiii'i ii A PiL' i1ip he ait .e ph. 'ijI an'' ~~iii~, i I, '.jk Odr irg~l.~ tot uu~q~i p p~ipt~ ii 'r ~ r -th "ic p ~\'~~~itlmn *h~c~y ~lNlii. 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Pug. 10, Thebdndprden*NorId. Algator. Tuesday. January I4, 1975 Information An.k Ce apd felIS.,W 'Jle eA --e I-[~ T0oh oc or ChA-r Nii .WNiep C. .5 C C eeeeee FOR SALE 'niler arrendondo v loege I bedrooms I hail, air & heat roll olatr 373 '614 lo St 55 p) _ _ _ _ _ C ustom center consois boot excellent 'hap., similar to Don,, 2450$ or offers mullt ell 376 e194 after 5 (a-At 55 p) 35 rnmr canoro for sole Mamiyo-Sekcr Di500 I year od $165 nor so firm coall 973 12 60 redmor (giunville) Inobile home fron & ,o bedroom twa bath asking 5*200 call 378-9371 (a 5t 55 p) 12 STRING ELECTRIC YAMAHA GUiTARt $123 392405 (A 5T-S7 P) THERE S MoRE TO SEE WITh R TV C hennels, A weatner channel, UPI News, New Yorkt Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on TV Channels, arnd9 FM and A AM ,tatiotns arn the FPM band UNIVUSTY CITY IUEViSION CABALECO. INC. fl sseasu FWI-SAT JANd 17,18 9 8 11 Tickets on sale S at the Rat $2 IWRU box office -/ -/ TE LEMd BluE I LENNY EE! 7 30 900 fL 23i w.UnIven.y 377-3013 FOR SALE cheoo irarportnton 1470 handq (hi 75 includes 2 helmets 50 miles per gallon loads of fun $350 coil 377 9820 after Spmn A-V7-57P) Mon's Schwnn 1I-speed bicycle Good condihon Asking $90 but 4,11 ng to negotsnt. Call Joe at 373-&C0B otter 6 (A iT-57 P) two porloble electric heatons and on. soph.re xl am VW radio all im *,c.llent condition Colt 376-1441 (A 3T 37-P) For saic 1972 rriurnph TR 6 very good rnndit~on, 30,00 miles $2.8Z5 376 5945 (0 St 35 p) SCUBA tQttip for SALE mk Yo rk + val v, regulaoro tXCellef'l Condition ccli 377-7606 leep try ng (a St Sb p) 98 I11' troil., -room completely shaded quiet air cond 25 c& frOst ft. frig $l60038kOArcher Rd Lot U7Ph 3772171 after 5 pm (o-St-SS-p) Mcttre.s and Springs $5 ond $10 also folding merl bed $5 occosqonal choirs $3 arnd $10 electric baseboard heaters 10 00 roil 475-2064 (o.5t-55 sI 974 Honda XL350 new engie like sow kRW helmet occossornes save $3W-$950 roll etenings unm student *tP 35 colcu Into, for sole Used 3 gCt, Perfect conditions with oll accensories $175 call 378-lid' after S (o.St-56.p) 'ey hovn gfurniture woreh"s sl 9 to S -e w.kdays to 5 33 kitchen sets $)0 00 up desk $25 00 bookcome $15 0 single beds $2500 up curtaens I'S refrigoto. $3900 trundle bed $730 ~ dressers $10 00 up corpets $2000 up stoves, woll ovens. stove, mime steroes ph W3S3 oft., 6 3'2-3269 3. '* 20hway (o.-S56p) Epiphone guItar cose brand new $120 if. worresnty Included call 37-6029 ki m or george (o-2-5-p) indian and nmexlccn toequcise rings to. sofe low price. call 377-1159 oft.r 5(00 pm (o-5-56-p) ,. ,se conehelt reguotor and ,eavie goue like new coll oack in t, nto'cng 377-Ur7oc real good deal coi1 'con (A-2?58-P) HP-AS CALCULATOR FOR SALE Cost $32A. 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SI20 370-063 or after 6 tuesot) 22061 a(At 59 p} Oown sleepingbog mummy with tube coristructhon Medium, weight hiking boots, never used size 9 coI 373-2353 after 3 p mn ao-t-S9-p) Web.' -Pig Surtboord Mutt Sell SIC E,cellent Condition Call 376-8334 Aft., 6!Co-5t'a4-PI________ 1972 suzuki t500, excellent condition sissy bar. iring, 2helmesturn sgnals $75Cc.r best offer must sell 376-9667 evenngs (a-St-59-pr FOR R ENT ,oonmmote. wanted soon as poesibie 2 bedoom 2 botfi turn country garden opr $116 50 mc I utilities gree. location coal 378-1l761 anytime (B-51-57.P) For Rent I bedroom in 3 bedroom trollr $75 a month -+ '.3 expenses mn ov I Coali m 377-9614 (8-3T-57-P) Qoon, for rent new, campus 0r1 reasonable cost Call 373-983) between '.7 PM (b St-55-p} Female roomote wanted LA$! month RENT FREE if you move it by Jon IS village park 119CoI oft.,r3pm 378-5033 lv mesboge or rome by (b-5t-55-pd) Mole Qoomrae Wanted Purned bedroom opt at Country Manor sho,. ra nrno i tlte 6250mo nice opt Sublet I Winmr 4 bem flat romp fur nished LoMoncfho Apt, 372 309 10 mn walk to campus pool BAQ maid service $90 mom, (B-3T-57-P) $75 pe oth Spaousa partially fumn campus Several voconcios avail (195) Open am o '" m 37749 $135 duplex located behind Norman Hall Spaciots clean Air, heat fully equipped kitchen Open 9on.-Spm 3 bdr C ompus Open 9 $125 large 1915) home located exactly $170 pe month for am-5pm 3 blocks bran, this spacious -utites po'd Spacious honie with bdr 1Open 9am Apm 7 y or $100 ut1 paid mobile home Flo no loose at deposit Pets 0 K flyequipped kitchen Students W United Real Estate Assoc tU3NE lthAvt Open'days 377492 male rocinmole-own bedroom house, campus 85 nth, sttu 3Q63 (B-3T-$7-P) -oo blocks from mnc coli 376Female Rtoommate Wonted Windmeadows Apts. Rent 66 25 a month plus '*uiii s C~ Sue 3760 56 aft. befaad and hIs *nd'j pftqcd &eots 800 q m aca ~ H34c hf ktng the Qnto't jjjg hosgsticd od trn SpfiC poAts FOR RENT ROOMMATE WANTED Mole furale Howonon Villge 60nionth uhf coIl 373 2052 or 373-1037 lb St-36-p) 'ted 411h for A hr apI OP villoge opl $80 per month, mole 377-SA5I (b-SI 56-p) Poom' tor rent near CampuS Ut reasonable colt Call 373 QS3l between A_7 pm (b St 55-p) __ niople wanted to share new house will, graduate student Private bedroom bath central hoot & ai N W section No pets or kids 6 m o loe deposit. $I160 morith 372 1727 ta 6 pm 376 5449 evenings [b St 55 p) _____ roomote woned ow rom in age 2 bedroom op. ac hoot pool, laundry etc 100 monib +t z utibles Jon rent I p. prce calf 372-0727 (c 4t -5-p) WANT TO MOVE' 'f you desire to 'rov, from your present action we can rent, sublet I or find you a roommate mnmediotely at NO COST Utd We Eslate Astor inc 113 NE 61h Ave 377-6992 (b fr-55-c Jew ass. Mor .oI. fo, tont Won 1.0t found 303 Ifl@ S day. 10 pnggnt S day. or m01e 20 pan.n dhscount 377-69 p *hc. Colf@iad ad. .41.r I., pnnor by manl. The -a U of* mlnlmww chyg. Is V.2 hor Ar, heat fhur kinas Pot eaCh .ddIdor.M Discount. The dhscounl f. .pplicable nly Ir, cs.Angtv urn s tea Acaeptnc. .4paymnent wift .dlv.4tsIng copy dc. nw cU.lte h ending ae.arg.n, Su~gley -e pgfldsh said copy. mae Imdmedent 11.44. Sa.gie .were the tigh co e a .e lug. on 4t. *jlabunv oiS a.nd .1 .4 veasIig copy shesiwSe f r p.&IIcslle. and h d't t t9 -at'|evi'e.---WdoIn. -3S pam. iqe~pse. ag. --"--im -Ci Do! .il. d we .ma. 9S1. Sas -U. ish Student Union meeting TONIGHT 9:00 16 N.W. 18th ST I ummmummummmmmu I Independent Florida Albgato j CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN I Ii t U b U q I I F 3 U K DOOUGMN M e m*' i 2Moo MMEMM er 1.251RL 2|MPA .* ENCESUNDMS a w a Weim' e"4 vase 21% A esM ggggggeltagg[ pitiEiff'MT QMosesumime ---"

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r TO FOR RENT met ,oder*5 roar' for rent by quarter t15 nw 0th ii 3 blocks from compus coi greg $77 9625 $ xi to 7 W dolly or ltop JAN RENT PALDI Move in now Feale Otnrirne needed Fog luxury I bedrm opi $95 month + %j utnlntes Coil 373liberal bum rspornsfbe mole student wants a horS 2 b' house $75 per mc l depos 3fl-571 3 0r 373-Mt17 cinrc {E Ef api 575 mon Iii and lost, wor Mid i mouth of aown 10 ,m drive Quieb rsi peoreful Coll Tory ty, 6r p~ 7-~ b WANTED no a, ow,, rm in 4-b. oak forest ap~ cnrnlorabl* abike1LJUF 86-mo For own Fm roll bill cc chuck 373-1617 {C %T 57 P} iidquiet femole student o hre spaooui I -6dm 0p torting Jan Near Med Center Mon0'ly rent $9050 Coill Lee at 377-70)3 (C-3T-57-P) ornsat wonted for -bedroom op. s90 inn Move In ion Call r7-40' Georgetown Apr {'-*-55-p) or ? fernale toomona to there op@ in Wirdrrleodows U? mc. + %. til AC pool ienmtis Cnll Rhondo 3IS-5743 (c-St' S_5pd) Wanted Mole Soomot., quite. mature 77 mn + utliles P ratnpgs coil ark jza-O385, keep. Wryng, cenitrol heat, air kr St 56-p) Roornale wonted to lyve in house near campus Nice, mellow p10ce with feplac, own rae. -SinS + 1-3 lilies Call now 3P6-4942 (c-5-56-p) CLIP AND SAVE 25% ON ALUMINUM EASELS Artsis or "tHE ARTISrI STORE" Buy any giant, oarg. Or medium pizza at regular price and receive one pizza of th, next smaller the with equal number ol ingredients FREE! BRING THIS AD GOOD JAN.14 ThRIJ JAW. 15 CL WANT ED femnl roOmms of n needed miryo apt 5/Q ''r!h' *utilities Please Cofliri 'tebi or'i mediately 373 9147 1( 51 Sft roommate own anom qet --i 6"i ut1i nfurn 5 bhk, Irom UF IS)) NW 5 m Apt 2nofler 6pmr 3Cay5 p, *FEAtLE roor irnSdinipev' $69 8 dutiltiles rent pd unil 17th ', b*r+om, geri Is Coil vidky .478 0632 colonia mono C3 B I8P) -ee quet 'ermal. Iudent in 'hae md pci bdrmF api gortng Jar Near SMed (enter Monthly rent soc 5c Co'l M lee nan 377l7 1 r 3157 p, Ozzi 37 3".CSC .i Wanted ace to Iin Own r,, in-o I NA. good musir good people call 302 9573 or 8)33 L.eave nOme S nunebr Eloe'sodMr (r 5. 59 p) oto *ar 2 br opt Furnished 152 l0 -'* utilhr. mrorlhly gotortawn ipt, rol 377-9993 (c-St 59 p) roon, mote wanted 75 per month utiities after 630 377 5560 wayne !c 3 59 p) Chnritin female roomrare wonted o shore I b6r opt close to rorrpus $51 mo + utI pool, ot road Coll G'rrny a. 370 9289 (< '-59 p} CAMPtS REPESENTIVES FOR PEACE CcWPS VISTA Wonted Peace corps a Vista Campus Represeniive Musi b6. formol Peoce Corps or Vista Volunteer Job entoil, coordinolian of recrutmnerril efr on comlpus wnub Miami office 40 hr. mnc a. $I00 Work around you, ort ,chedoi. Coil Bruce Cob.,, collect in -Miami at (305) 35062 (C 21 59 rI HELP WANTED New----r-enc-s Get to know yourse'l o Ifttle better volunteer to help yourself byhel-ping others be aSAMSOs volunteer I1 differeni program, Something For-+-ryore-roll392 1 snack, Usually bock sarne day coil moleski r, 203 logler inni (-4l 56-p) GRAPHIC ARTiST $2 pur hr '5 btn per F week tree harnd drowigs charts graph. logolyres icr Campus b pubiratson' Call Alan Whrieleother 392 0171 Ie S 6 p'i Artisi needed ro be direccr at or. work oppon y for esper ience nll soppl es lurriished 392 1606 le St 55 c. AUTOS 73 rmordo 8&8 ouiomoh,c rir eir 22 31I mnpg $2 rz in good rond.t~or' 37? 4514r c 373 6701 esl_235 'OGST 58 P1 1971 Suboru wngorn good tires a C 3, mpg $I200 a 1373 2353alter 3cr,' St 59 r' PER SONAL c e -anOw Open on SW 13th Si g New expenes git oOiCi I ie better volunter a kel yo si volufil iiltferent program, Soeihi'og for everyone nili 392 l0 II St 56t.h0) Ove'wig'9 Lose wei'h ls r"e weight writcher lectaer i-ow in I. with faster better nov Sniri irisr oflly $2 00 pet week Colt 37 835 JSTS4P, MOZZARELLA CHEESE GREEN .EPPEl ',EPPERONI SAUSAGE CANAD'AN SACON ss Fl PERSONAL q or w The Ho N t, coming to A rppr, 'A~c ltfe4tOh oiJor. two ~ 'rkr $2 ii advance at rtonior bos of 'e__41 5 _c I Iy rl,.'iy seiCe renter gay fleri vamen ccce thursday, at? 7pr., 107 anor r}i.at32 5 ~l119p ""Cpowort agnet ten he maognet of ie_ 8nhoi W ,rQit _"ahtI -c) '>AMME $ AiRIVEb FROM~ 1ONDON NOW OPEN Spec 'i ibng in English hair Lir g blow *oo.ng for iN, n look ""'ise Drop b, Colanial Pln,0 716 W lliAve 37) 2ei3 (I S0 9pt th B~KGLL;Y6 U, g e uy F'NOING inr viCe $ Monaorch Nope. '7s priCe 378 O17 (15' S5-p) 'si The BOOk GAL(E#Y E)(CHANGE. 613 NW I16ih Ave toTPADf you bk 2 fo I U-' equal value Park in rear off 6ih S. W 2494 Mon i 10 6(1 StS55p( LEARN K ARATE qualified instructors niew Inas. seating loon nil ages m~O$S female for 'ig S further info call howard 373 0252 (I 04-53 pd} Ar1ust needed To be director of nit work oycu tnto volunteer rOgrta G0,. urn'shed 392 l608 Samson II SS-5c) The counseling center and *h. women's wolk-in counseling services offer fllriv trinfi a. "orn. winer quarter thursday 12-2 p r, imited enrolrment Call Jean or Bey 302-1575 fI 59 56-ch~g) CNE YEA-OLD (mostly) LAO ne bore Very affectionate an'd intelligent C.all Lorry a, Hawie 377 '08 315 aw 4th Or (J SR.Sd NC) E Pak Rugby' Sirtsh Hikin white Stag Speedo Both.,9 Suits Allens \gc'& Treil'Center 3448W Univ 3739233 (Ift 55 p -ARAI LssONs smalli losses $20 per mon E verurgs, 7 ao pni Morn lbru Sa 11$NW511,Ave-(oflth 15155. Conioc Carl or MAorily,, 370.710* or Joye 373 3287 after 5 PM for more Info (i-7l 5&Wedin inittan $1 4 pe 10 usi nets card. $995, rubber stornps nogneric 'ions offset printig Cliff Hail Lo.ilI3 N Main pFR5&C) LOST & POUND inst puppy resenmbies colhie block willh while rneck and legs 9 wk s old lost near -w 2 -""c s 8S 7 91522 reward (1 3T 57IP) Biac Per, 'on ctr ormed PEGIN loi near MeDrino II before Christmo, Break roll A 'n 37317614 I 555p| imP own I igi tan r hi hunis near ra,'e ievv trailer pork archer rd 'word 373 0258Peonh [hgt 5-p lost SP ',O FES$IONAL TYPIST -all arore ser',rp 'AM Seleiri baryliiglow 'ites rioioiycuhluy clsc ( 1ll462 27iV [M IT HyPNSIS HtEIPS PEOPtE A TT AIN GOAtS BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MU4TAL ABLITY StUD IINO MEMORY ATHIETrtOS 373 3059 Donald G pratt Ce, 'ted AAEH, FAPH (nm 2j148o}. The cournselig center is afent i group fo' menr and women students who wish Ic improve their irlterpersool reliioships Thursday eveningi 7-9 call UNIVERSITY 0#TIIANS 3SW 4th Ave 37B-441 (mt-5C-53-c) ______ D02Y TOQTUGAS far spring breok dmvn0 rd ramping rip Fly by seoplon. from, kcy West nonrch 21 25 or 25-29 All s'ubc pmufrent provided Explor. historic Fort ierc n 115 with certnfiration $ 50 p., cidesful3 uo ou' ,col You ESSUR FMOM AICO, SARRON$, COWLES REGNERY, Graduate Record Examination Dental Aplitude Tests Nursing School Entrance Examination Multistate Bar ExamInation Medical College Admision Tests Law School Admission Tois Practical Nursing School Ado,. Teat Regis'ered a Graduate School Nursing Test of English as a Foreign Language Tssedoy, Janntry IS 1975, Peg. Iti SERVICES A'.11 ifipor) Foreiign rndms iiirnried work ci qoo rati's iPi. PHO~c3RAPHRS an one i'itcrrled 'ii a phoic ro op contact bill I or v 33 99 alter 6 (M ST57P HA WAlt UNIF-UIMS Lop a fihity bleached from, 124 up 1215 NwW 'il' Ave I Uik east of 'ath St G'vl $4, of rciile do mar wedi e ning a7 pmi 378 7 31 (mr St S5p) E'prearned typist will Type term papers. ,hesis or disseriapiori Fast & arccurote icrm '. a reasonabl, roles Coil 373 A4923 m lot S5 p) VOIGL ESSONS Improve your quality control, technique Yoking beg in. and Iads students Just who you've waited tori 377-8192 imn 5' 53 p) Self Polizution Mssistonc. A personal 0$, on your spiritual evolvement aided by your astrology chart D.,wnis 377 4159 (wl lah"'-5M~ FEEL AND SIMONlA SCHUSIER: Exams. *CAMPUS SHOP & BQOKSTQR COATED IN THE HUB MYIRIMY,WAJPM SATUEMY,%M-12 N .. I. *~ e-.95e.9.* .-. fib.,. *5 i~*~?.** ..j -.TRY OURSTUiDENT AIDS C.R.C. HANDBOOK OF CHEMISIWY AND PHYSICS, S5th.ed. 19741975 C.R.C. STANDARD MAIH~IICAL TABNS, 22nd.d. 1974-1975 DISSETAllINS TURABIAN: STUD~li'S GUIW2 FOR WRIliNG COLLEGE PAPES STRUNK: IHE fEMffhS OF STYLE S -E: A STYLE MANUAL FO sicu ELLIS: HOW TO WRUE mHEin AND TERM PAPERS BILLETT: PEPARING THEB AND OTHE TYPED MANUSCRIPTS RESSME SERViCE: RUSSB llAT GET JOBS PLUS MANY MORE CARRY OUT ORDERS 10 FXTR A PFR BOX 376-452 St *5., N e 316 S.W. 16th Ave.

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Peg. 12, The Independentflorid, Aligao, Tueedoy, January 141975 gij r '.4 a THE WHITE SHEIK --.a Op Jonuory 24, 1975. the J Wayne Reinz Union wilt sponsor THE APPLE TREE A. Evening of Dlnnernh.*. Pt.enled By The New Yo4c Theere Company NON-CREDIT COURSES RegisftaIon foroll workshops ond eon. will toke plot, i Room 330, from 9:00cem to 400 pm. Jonuory through Jonuory I7 Students faculty and skaff members and their spous.s will hove priority for lesson erno"liinrt trai January 6 through Jonuor 10 Q"'y after 'his'''me will registration be open to other persons. Cu. to pricc ond registration differentiols, it will 6. necebory thot each person come to register with appropriate idensificotion. Enrollment for indgviduai closs. is limited and. therefore. on a finst-come, first-served bask. Pertov.* moy only register for themselves. Fedrco Fellini's debut as o solo direcwor pr.ants perhcps th. fredh.,, most lender and natwrlidke of hi. film., lh. film is o satire on glornain end delusion and Yells the story of a young cowpl. who go to Rome for their honeyinon. it also deals with two elemjents which ore presmnt In evevy later Fellini film: the s9,oddy reality behind show busjnens glamour ovnd the medlocre performers who consider themselves artists. WaS. JA. 15 It: 9:30 SODSOW Alit Dinner begin, at 6:30 p.m. in ifh. J Woyne Reinz Union Ballroom and I, followed by o performance of thre, famous AmerIcon short stories, sef to music. Tickets ovoioble at the Univensity Box Office (Constant Theatre) beginning Monday, Jonuory 131,. U olFsbldn Md5 aGee Pehlik ce, Because regIstration for oil workiops and lessons is conulder your decision to enroll final by 4-00 p.m. preceding A.e first echeduied cdoss Refunds will only be ciritu mstoncei. S~ki-Je Mull., sics0 5*4., 110 Ne.-Uudnt. r I. Thus. Jon. 23-March 6 5:07:00 p.m. insiructorGoil Gillespie $10.00 students $15.00 non-studeni. S a) limited, we must the workdng doy mode under the. C YOGA I Men. Jc. S U. IISUUCTOS, R.d.N S.& SitUb.dm.is SIIOON.e-Stdea Iwed. Je. 22Mr. S h.9:30.M. AMetesOcelt SltU Students jiGS NeoSldent a That old coIIege try. SIt can kill you. C T$URS., FRI. & Thurs., 6:30; Fri. & Sat. 5 2ND FLOOR AUD. SAT. 9:30 :00; 8 JAN. 16, 17 & 18 :00; 11:00 S0dc CANDLELIGHT DINNER SPECIAL --I I. '.2-; I k-s. I SELF-DISCOVERY r .mos.n Thus Jafin-Mr. C ENNI4G CN$4 T1s. Jan. 21Me. formal lecture-dlscu.Jions On various topics 1t~.~ concerning personal growth and development. UNDSANING YOUR NUAL$SW CUSAIIVIsuiCHir 7i-%2SP.M. Guis Newman. M.D. Psrchlolvlst IIBUIUCYOS: LOwro Newman, M. Ed. e-.ntrMIller Morniage Counselor 1.0ldn WSD. JAN. 15 7.9:U p.s Lne. 12 A 125 JWIU 7:3 J -n 20 Pta F FUEE AND OPEN TO ThE PUButc tntye.e Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reinz Union and S4U05udnae Student Mentel Heelth, Staff i.0Ne-8dn 6 4 'wIs~mNG BAJO O1 INe-tdn ("NV-$TllNBANJO ,.t "O21 M. $1tU5*Jdefi' iLU0NeSn-ts C -vi r r -vi Wad. J. 2S Mer.65 7:S9:3p.m. INSIUUCIOS:. J S16tUtudM. J SILOS ten-Students .s /*PAlIiNG: I Thus.Jest.SM.S 7n3.,20p.m. NmUCan: BIN 5dt.S S~tis0stue S1BUNeo-judnas 2 a) ~2 CONdI iFo WARY WIT. tun Jt. 21-March 4* Instuctor: DIkki -Jo Ml., Cr YOGA I Tue.Jen.2I--Mer4 mandenn YOGA I Ti,. Jam 2) -M. 4 f:30NJ CTP Wed. Jam 2lMar 2:3 U4.0 p:m ISUUCeTOS.ee kejt Jasteet YOGA I hurs .e23-Mare I0.osAa--Ne lNEuUCIout kSc Joen. S10tuuulden IL.0 N.e.44udnb YOGA II Tw. J. 2) -Mer 4 5.007OOP.M INamucTi, madeNe -vi ryOGA ETA1IOPI kS~t.dJea J M '10 eewa '7A'71 C'AMPIIs RAMFS RFIT7 Tues., Jan. $1.75 plu spaghett i cha rge. Sponsored Union and JNIflN 6AMFS ARFA 14 J. Wayne Reitz Union Cafeteria Spaghetti Meat Sauce Tossed Salad Garl-ic Bread Small Beverage s tax with seconds on and salad for no extra by the J. Wayne Reitz Servomat Ion. RFl~AiI kit !p:~fl' T U R N A E N C ieN weU COS USU C 11 f Man Ja., SMess 2:39:2P.M INnUnO: UeeeLegMh.r SIt SstudeWs ILUM.,-Stwdefls W*d3.". I--Mar-S 7,29.UDPM. J-e Pr l T J~(; r~ ,\ IIM44P.M 1 IPIW.1C.OSe lie.Whit I. C r I CONSTUCno Jinuy Tuaaa.J I.4-Uar.* 7:3-9:6 P.M. I FE U C TO: Usd. b*y I&SSS-daJ 2466Ne.-fldeeia ) Ta.a at 7SiSp"m.J GROW YOUR OWN StMpI. SIO letstudeM. C fens I---I ''"-. e' S,. 17 ?:tOpa.~ I-aidn kh e-aues S Pen.s bdIhng In C.,. Cefteefned Will. Akelai S wsee. Wlte eqelust gta, AaSe hee They Ate hi Lest IS Yeats Of 4.e C c,'Afi C Xrr C -J di R r.C is m -.

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The Indepen Florida A114 Tuesday, Jr's.ry 1A I97S, Pag lent gator INIBRIA NMENT -I Return to Woodstock RICHIE HAVENS phbb lnmw string, anguished face and the disappearing hand trick By STEPHEN BERGMAN Alligator StaR Wiltsr "ThIs Is even better than Woodstock, because &id ks now and that was thus." Richie Havens Friday night Great Southern Music Hall Richite Havens brought I %(s nostalgia to the Great Southern and the full house ate it up. Havens had eveVyone clasping hands and jumping up and down ecstatically. He could do no wrong, even when mn true hippie style he made a song out of "I don't know what to sing" tor his second encore. Now a cynic might sneer at all this but everyone had a great time and that's the point of a live show. HAVENS AND has three pIece band cruised through briet I enditwons 11 "Here Comes the Sun." "*Teach \our Ch ildrcn.' and 'For What It's Worth. IDuring the first half of the concert. he songs were done very low kes. the band playing Un. neccesariky subdued. Hut Havens' raspy, per.sonal voice carried the songs pleasantly, although a bit reserved. The audience wasn't however, and the enthusiastic applause seemed to loosen bin, up. Yet this success was mainly charismatic-musically, the show was disappointing,. l a ck ing i nt er es t in g arrangements or interesting ideas The band was adequate but not capable of really getting down Unable to keep up any momentum, the guitarist had to depend on the bassist to do the most riffs and carry the miiusa':. BUT IT REALLY didn't niatter. The band had a great lime jamming. and with Havens strumming the shit out of his guitar, Jumping around stage, no one paid attention to the technical aspects of the music. They were too busy jumping up and down along with hint It was Havens' charisma that made the show Hei got people to believe in him. One thing, though, contrary to Havens. Woodstock may have been now then; but Friday night it was still then, and not now. Wayne Reitz Union: center for all Examless c By TONI D'AGOSTINO Alligator Staff Writer Are you tired of the same horn-drum routine of classes? Why not take a non-credit class offered by the Reit7 Union' You won't have to write papers or cram for exams. The J. Wayne Reinz Union has expanded their selection from 30 classes last quarter to 44 this quarter, said Alan R. Collier, Assistant Program Director of JWRU Some of the new Classes are Beginning Chess. Beginning Rug Construction. Bridge II. Contemporary Witchcraft. Sorcery and Magic. Couples Enrichment Group. Grow Your 0'n. (Organic Gardening). Mime, and Y oga Meditation. THE CLASS of Mime will introduce the student to the art ol pantominme. Students will participate in a variety ol activities thal w.ill help them, persuade others tha, the imagery performed is real with non-'erbal COTmmlhimcations. "Craft of the wise' is the ancient Celtic iord defining witchcraft. Magical symbolisn, ceremonial rituals. ritual candle burning and how and when to prepare amulets and ~1 sses offered aphrodisiacs are sonme of the topics that will he discussed mn the Contemporary Witchcraft. Sorcery, and Magic class "Grow your own' is exactly what the class in Organic Gardening will be doing. Aside from class lectures, labs will be held on Sundays at the organic Gardening Plots located near Lake Alice to gain a wider scope of home gardening. WHEN THE Beginnng Rug Construetior, class is completed, each participant will have completed his own mini-rug. The class will be taught 'artous techniques of rug construction and each student will be able to choose thc technique wanted bor each particular rug. Sharing of teelings. and positive conmmunucatuons will he the emphasis of the ('uples Fnrichment Group. All couples will take the Myers-Briggs lypology test and wit' rcece feedback about their personality types enabling them to learn ways of better corn miunacataons with each other. The class will he ed by Dr. Ann Q. Lynch. Counseling I'.yholugist. from the Student Mental Health Staff. Registration continues through January l6b For more iormation, contact Collier in Room 330 at the Rca, umion. Discover By TONI D'AGOSTINO Ampbto Staff Writer You've paid your self' mandatory health fee. But you've never been sick a day in your life and you feel you have just thrown SIC down the drain Not so. The Student Health Services offer more than good physical health. Included m i the Student Health Services is a Student Mental Health Staff. Your health fee also covers this service says Dr. Ann Q. Lynch. Counselhng Psychologist on the staff 'YOU DON'T have to have a severe problem to see a member of the staff says 'Lynch. To help prove her point, the staff has arranged adiscussion series titled "New Paths bor Self Discovery' The series is designed to enlighten the students ot all the possible services the staff oilers. The first topic an the series is 'Understanding Your Sexual Self" Gus Newman. M.D Psychiatrist and Laura Newman M., Marriage Counselor, a husband-wife team, will lead the discussion. They hope to have a ~Iu -IS L Head Tunis Clothes Men's Shorts &t Shirts Ladies' Li resses r / "0 Buy ONE AT REGULAR PRICE GET SECOND PAIR FOR $1.00 Compete Selenilon of fennts and Rarnuetll ShiplPs LOCKER ROOM SPORTS SHOP 349 W. Univ. Ave 375-4980 Acmoss from Royal Park Mall Johunie, formerly Bushwackers, t es all of her to ioin her Comb. Call378-88887 Cplage W 2*0ssW lisk sT. afhi Village squsro of invi p atrons at the Rooster's in lectures short combined lecture and slide presentation. followed by a rap session. Both will be answering questions as they believe in the Masters and Johnson concept that a male cannot answer for a female. THE FOLLOWING week, the topic will be dreams. Participants will have a chance to experience some semi-structured fantasies and observe some methods of using the n'essages provided by the fantasy, says Bob Witchel. Ed.D.,.Gestalt Therapist, discussion leader. O ther topicse will beHo to jll Someone Enjoying Your Own Creativity. Enriching Your Love Relationship, Stereotypes and Commnunication, auid Confrontation With Death and Rebirth. New Paths for Self Discovery is exactly what it means. Those attending hopefully will leave with a new insight of themselves and encouragement to make use of what the Student Mental Health Staff has to offer. New Paths for Self Discovery will begin January 15 and will be held every Wednesday evening from 7:30-9:30 in the J Wayne Reitz Union Lounge. HAPPY HOUR 4-7 PM $I OFF Od PITCHES FRANK & GILDACHEESE. BAD. 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Tough4 Gators Auburn 84 -68 edges in Alley if JERRY MOORE fights for rebound a SAMSON VOLUNTEER g2=ctuITMEWT w~gr Tt wdi Jan.i 73Q p, 1Rett Uniovn Au4Ito; ev(ZNp Foor) Call LtS aiy+int at 39Z:-i4o ...-.--------The Corner g ORIEWIA lION 6~ sf011~e?~oW ~By ANDY COHEN Alligator Staff Writer he second half here last night as the Auburn Tigers broke Open a close ball game w.ith a 23-12 second half spurt to win a hotly contested battle 84-t8. A near sellout Allhgator Alley crowd saw the Gators miss Iscveral opportunities to gain the advantage early. as missed !layups and turnovers handed Auburn an early lead., a The wame stayed close in the opening half as both teams shot 35 pet cent from the field. But Auburn's early head-stant *was good enough to send then to the locker room with a 31-27 advantage. Auburn scored the first two buckets in the second half and was on its way to building a comfortable lead which with 8:35 left had the Tigers on top 62-44. Eddie Johnson used his speedy footwork to out-dantle the (Gators' full court press and them pumped in 26 points to cap his best game of the season. C a C a a a U a A disappointed John Lotz had no problem summhirg up his team's faults after the game. "You've got to make layups to win basketball games and we just didn't in the tirst half." he said. "We played very tight in the first half. The first live minutes told the story as we couldn't put them away. "They just didn't play up to their capabilities.' But in the second half. Auburn did, and Lftz had nothing but praise tor a tough War Eagle squad. "Auburn gets off the boards exceptionally well." Lotz continued. "They came in with a lot of momentum and it just seemed like we weren't relaxed. "As a team, they're a lot more patient than they were last season." Jerry Moore led the Gators in scoring with 17 points. followed by 16 for Norman Caidwell. The Gjators shot 36 per cent for the game as they evened their conference record at 2-2 and lowered their overall mark to 6-8. UP travels to Knoxville this weekend for a game with Tennessee. FEELING TRYO RST DOWN [DENT AIDS! ThESAURUS: Rogets International Thesaurus (Crowell) The Original Rogets Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (St. Martin's) The Intemnational Thesaurus of Quotations (Crowell) Rogets Pocket Thesaurus (Pocket paperback) Rogets College Themourus (New AmerIcon Library poperbock) Roget's New Pocket Thesaurus in Dictionary Form (Pocket paperback) The New Rogets Thesaurus in Dictionary Form (Berkeley paperback) VERBS: BARRONS 201 and 501 Verbs: French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Hebrew, Sponish. 0UT1UNEB SCHAUM'S SIMON SCHUSlER MONARCH CLIFFS COLLEGE OUTLINES (B A N) SHOP &BOOKS TORE e .1.0i the flub MF 5-4:30 SAT g-12 A c The Independent Florida Alligator h.g 14 T.,.doy, Jonuary i* 1975 / proraMl Sowi1%~ Drug Store 24-hour liie 378-1588

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The lndependent lorlda AMllgatov. Tucadoy January I4, 1975, Pqg. IS "Flambflyait" Eddie or "Fats'' really doesn't matter Auburn's slick guard s Eddie douses IIN a th% laSm 1 E-dd ic. I ake yo almost single handedly uir phtk, it pulledI the curtains down on the Gators last night in Alligator Alley rhe h'2"' Johnson haunted UP head coach John L ot, bor the second consecutive as When the he pumped Tigers visited hurnled the nets for in 26 point". the Alley last season, Johnsoti 38 markers "We needed this one bad" said John son, i a hoisterious Auburn locker room after the game. 'It we didn't win. we would have been in third place in the tmterenCC. We had to hang in t here. Johnson is a native of Weirsdale, Eta. anid although he was .1ec sin tO the Gators. "Fast'" attend Auburn. No, I love Auburn, [ddlic d oc'n't resent hi now.' laughed Johnson ii wC Lamitflti ttt pIs wiih this mliuch enthere aim't n'cdeam that's going to heat is, I hK uKAl C ztor ci owd didn't even crnmp Johnson's style. Johnson siid he receives that kind of treatment whenever his leam's on the road In tact, he kin d of welcomes the abuse. Ihat 'ereammi' don't bother me,"emphasized Johnson, Iher t ry to set at rme hut It I play 'y game,. IIIl get back at "I hey figure I'm a hot dog hut 'i's the only way I can get mctanm psuched up I'nm not really out hor the recognition. team to w.in, that's all I just Johnson said his team's last break did the Gators mn. hat's our game. We were kind of hciannmng because ot the pressure. uptight want this Gators fire hagt 'eat ith a 1 8 average, has been called by nmany Auburn support cr5. "the n'ost Mengelt. The sophomore also leads the dangerous Auburn 'corer since John f'gers with 62 assists. 'We figure we should get to a post season tournament."'said Johnson as he departed from the victorious Au burn locker r(Xomf INTR AMUR ALS 'loday is the deadline sawn up tot Men's Volleyball. in the nmiton Basketball "-he fans kept on messing up the offensive signals." Iohn run's outpu was his best of the season, by two points. lie scored 24 against l'ennessee when the Tigers dropped a %6 to 81 decision on ]Johtnsori the road. who ted the Souitheastern Conference in Dormitory Sorority Badand deadlin Wednesday. the mandatory to Lake Wauhurg is open for UIF perso boat ing. ins tot fishing. and picnicking. Co-Rec Boaters may bring their own Cs sailboats officials' meeting has been rescheduled tot Wed. Jan. 15. 8 p.m. 229 'cormng Fla. Gym. rowboats but no end motor boats are permitted. Weekdays -125; weekends -fishing: daylight to 5 p.m. recreation, 11-5. A . r DROPPING The Quenytneksop. 922 NW S. St. is th place an (jolnesville for rar, rocks, g*huu. custom geweiry. and .quapment for your own rocks Visit our cactus garden too. DES PEN@e Fer the h nest sound equ pment in this part of Flornda Audio etc. m, the Millhopper Shopping COr hos long SOuld been recognized ornthusiosts, GaneivallIe s finest by DROPPING Love for Sal. a? the Goamesvulle Shopping Ctr on N Moan as the place our litle animal friends soy has the as them happy happimess things that mok. And p.?. for your 125 CAll'? A Ll WiRO7=G AR. . RE C PPa I0 For thos. of you interesfld an Nostolgic Nonsense. Onc. Upon a Tint. hutiqu. 6NE1st Ave has o wid. assortment of olden but golden items. Mother bnils 6O4 NW lash St. ho, o wad. vornely of Natural products for the totol body experienc. Visit us swont UP 'N' Ver Atllc we hove -books bikes, desks beds, old eoweiry Urnats new Aold 9I6 NW al St. 378. 9445 ,Aien. Aquatdc and Troll Boo kpocks, Rugby Shirts. Woolrich Shirts, White Slog Speedo Bathing Suits. 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Meet Gigi and The Pnnc. is sE al Ave. 377-8465 For oil men, & women s hairstyling needs, Ii's Country Squire at 1-75 4 Newberny ad has the expertise to do th. job right For app Drive out soon call 377-545S -m LI FORMERLY OF MADEUINE'S IWO liME IKEET ThOPlY WINNER IN HAIRCUTTNO NOW AT' AFPOINTMWIIS 278-4610 -2309 W. UNIV. AWE fl~flAT WUsTOATE SHOMPNO CNTR. -NO. 1 FIGHT THRIFT STOREINFLATION SEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW AND USED FURNITURE, RECYCLED CLOTHING, HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCESi' AND ANTIQUES -WE BUY AND SELL 1 04 S. MAIN 2 blocks of Univ.Av. 3T2-9 51 t-Li STORE-WIDE Up to offe Jewelry from various Countries Mid.East & Far Eost Clothing Pottery & Cookanq Salk Screens & Other Wall Hangings Original Chinese Paintings anid Other Unusual Gifts C A If K 377-4153 1:34S Iny W:34S~ 1Mw.cese Auburn By RICK ADELMAN Alligator Sport. Writer recruited by VfIII 11V1111E'Sd r Jan uary 13-18 11E2i iE C "1

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Peg. '4. Th. Independent AliIgas Super B drunks, By PAT MCGRATfl Aligptn Sporda Writ EdIt.,. Nat: Pat McGrath, All writer, was In Nnw Ol4gm farith happ.kng. Thisibthaet ia t. on hat Pal found Ia lhe landSo NEW ORLEANS -Professia Super Bowl has, during its existence, evolved into the mc sports spectacle in the world. Su was possibly the wildest yet. He counting of this reporter's wee Dixieland playground for The G its surrounding hoopla, hr morning's arrival to Sunday ni ture. 6.30A.M. SATURDlAY: Finall the Big N-fl after .12 hour drive by stops in Tallahassee, Defuni and, finally Biloxi, Miss (whe supposedly quartered for the du Headed straight for the farm Street where we found liveliness it's 6:30 A.) beyond our pectations. Jazn tunes from Ellington eta filled the air as mo night clubs were alive and jump Particular items of interest fisticuffs on one street corner( Steeler fins no doubt), two inebi one ot which was having problem convince his stomach to stay sti young ladies, with dollar signs cyebalIs, catching our attention inviting. menacing winks. We took time to glance in windows and found Steelera ,ou'venis mn abundance. 8.30 A.M.: After eating bri returned to Biloxi to watch "Pin and prepare for our next jaunt in wonderland. Along the way, we ct but notice the plethora 0f Min Pennsylvania license plates as 12, tronm each region converged on thi of jazz and blues. r. Tu.day, Jenuary I4. I975 ow1 timewhores, fun sz30 P.M.: Back in New Orleans-it *r seemed pro-Pittsburgh. Black and Gold attire outnumbered Purple by 2-I at that point. We Igat. *port. told one souvenir salesman, "Tbat's a nice Super Bowl stand except for those purple buttons!" wepart d.e His reply, "That's right. I wish I didn't last, have 'em!" 8 P.M.: Ate dinner in a small restaurant on nal football's Canal Street. Sitting near the window, we eight year observed football fans passing by in the st fanfared endless pursuit of partying. Several groups of per Bowl IX Pittsburgh partisans pounded the window re is an atand entered the restaurant to lead cries of kend in the "Dlee-tense, Dee-fense." ame and all Campers, vans, station wagons, all bearing Saturday banners and signs representing the two atght's deparmies sped down Canal exhorting their beloved teams. ly arrived in The Viking fans that we saw up to that highlighted point seemed somewhat subdued compared to uk Springs, the Steeler counterparts. Most had hair styles re we wer ala Fred Cox and Dave Osborne. They 'ration), seemed to either sense impending doom or ed Bourbon possessed quiet confidence, probably the (remember, latter. wildst ex. :40 P.M.: We were still eating and ohthe Duke serving rmwdy passers-by. The Steeter peple 'st bans and continued to pound the window and lead the ling. cheers. Four police arrived on the scene to t included make sure things didn't re too far out of Viking and hand. By now, more cans were streaming by rifled souls. honking horns and headed for Bourbon Street mis trying to and a taste of Dixieland enchantment maybe ill, and two coupled with a drink or two. passing for tO P.M.: Took a horsn drawn carriage ride with everwith six raucous Steeler fans through twoand-a-halt miles of the French Quarter. most shop chanting. "Here we go Steelers, here we go," nd Viking and "Dee-fense." Along the way. Steeler and Viking fans (the eakfast. we latter of which now seem to be increasing in k Parther" number) yelled along with us. 'The Minnesota to Al Hlirt's people took our kidding good-naturedly and ,uldn't help seemed to be a low-key, benevolent groupnesota and exactly the image their football team has 23) faithful developed over the years. birthplace ITeoow, wae boar feeblvile. i New Ordes and a lock at the game.) finishing amrs Supplies W CAMERA SHOP 15 % DISCOUNT To all students taking photography courses. Ask your instructor. 1232 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 3Z-76S7 Don trrr.Bughwd.sn,. is n. mcom bIC7NW "5' 'nedeh .s ey. k~fl4L Rutherford's Guarantees mnA Diamond See Us Before You Buy! $350.00 Fine quality 39-point diamond-engagement ring, beautifully set mno six prong white gold Tiffany mounting and lovingly nestled in the luxury of a Rutherford's box. Y4 carat $175.00 Scarat $250.00 IN THE MALL ~III Plies. '74-443, 2' e