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I Florida Alligator / AN.WEDNESDAY 15, 1975



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By GARY BALANOFF. THE REGENTS proposed all students or not is irrevelent." difference in funding or status as a Formal hearing dates have not
full-time instructional and research Two other groups have petitioned professional school. been set. but pay for the hearing
Alligator Staff Writer faculty members within the State for elections in their respective "THERE should be a officer when such a hearing is held
University System be included in separate units. professional unit or units," Bill was aruged.
TALLAHASSEE In its first any unit. BOTH THE Florida Nurses Vandercreek, FSU law faculty THE PROSPECTIVE units and
public hearing concerning university The main point of disagreementamong Association and the UF Law Faculty association chairman said. agents will be forced to pay between
system collective bargaining, the the three groups is on the Association had representativesthere. "The realities are there, that no $150 and $250 per day to the
Public Ermloyes; Relations Com- 'issue of including chairpersons in small group will be approved," hearing officer.
mission heard arguments Tuesday collective bargaining units. Four more groups-the Institutefor Vandercreek said. Osborne voiced disapproval of the
on bargaining unit size from various Both UFF and the AAUP agreed Food and Agricultural Sciences The next step in the collective system of paying for the hearing
faculty groups.Commission. chairpersons with a teaching load of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center, bargaining struggle will come Jan. officer.
counsel Curtis Mack greater than 50 per cent should be the Engineering Faculty Associationfrom 31 when the Public Employes "I've never been in a situation
discussed bargaining unit size with included in the unit. UF and the FSU Law School Commission will again hold informal where we pay for the hearing officer -
representatives of the United TRACY Ferguson, regents l legal Faculty Association sent hearings. ," he,said.A .
Faculty of Florida (UFF), the counsel said, "we don't agree with representatives to the hearing.All "NARROWING issues" will be member of the. commission is
American Association of University that at all:' have been designated as the theme of the next hearings, likely to become the hearing officer.
Professors (AAUP), and the Board Ferguson also. labeled the interested parties seeking intervention according to Cathy Brindell, "This is a very important case,"
of Regents' legal counsels. graduate assistant matter "a in the collective commission legal counsel. Brindell said. "You don't want to
ALL FACULTY, including problem area." bargaining process. Matters such as what kind of wait forever" she said, but warnedof
department chairpersons and deans He disagreed with UFF "WE'RE GOING to have to testimony to hear, when to hear it, the danger of progressing so fast
with greater than 50 per cent representative Kenneth Megill's combine and consolidate separate and unit size will be discussed. that people get lost.
teaching load, would be included in contention that all graduate bargaining units," Mack said..
the AAUP unit. assistants and researchers should be Tuesday's meeting was an efforto
All non-administrative included in the unit. hold all hearings simultaneouslyto Money shortage- I

professional employes of the regents THE AAUP legal counsel, avoid separate hearing and
who are not a part of the career Woodley Osborne, said his group testimony from each prospective
service system were included in the would exclude graduate assistants bargaining unit. How much worse ? I
UFF proposed unit. from their proposed unit. Each of the six groups felt they
These non-administrative em Megill said graduate assistantsare should be considered as separate
By TOM SHRODER importation of oil will likely make
ployes include professors, associate "employes of the universities.The units in elections for a collective
Alligator Staff Writer the situation even worse.
professors librarians and others.Swami fact of whether they are bargaining agent because of a Victor Yellen, assistant to the vice

Dark visions of mass lay-offs for president for academic. affairs, said
career service personnel and the lay-off of 300 probationarycareer
graduate assistants may become a service employes could save I
reality if UP can not come,up with '$1 million.
more than $1.7 million. Hanson said, "Above all we wantto
6. h> Ll An accounting. by Gerald protect people but if there were
Schaffer, assistant to the vice no other way, service personnel''
president for administrative affairs, would have to go before graduate
shows in spite of austerity measures assistants.."



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put into effect, UF is $1.7 IN A MONDAY meeting,.
million short of meeting com Hanson, Bryan, Yellen, Schaffer
mittments for the 1974.75 school and other high level UF ad-
,
ministrators discussed ways to meet
y T; year.ALREADY UF has frozen the academic crisis.
x i operating capital funds, reduced They arranged a meeting for next
M H N N E expense budgets by five per cent and week between UF and university
most recently shut down cooling system officials to discuss possible
units in most campus buildings and solutions.
limited heating to the morning High on the list of possible
hours. solutions is allowing slack in the J.
l UF Executive Vice President Hillis Miller]] Health Center and
x Harold Hanson said savings' from Institute of Food and Agricultural
measures already put into effect Sciences budgets to be distributed
..afA could amount to $1.69 million out of directly to UF. Ordinarily, any
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+ the total deficit of $3.4 million. surplus in these two separate
The remaining deficit is describedby budgetary units would go back to
Dr. Robert Bryan UF vice the system and then it is divided up
president for academic affairs, as a among the nine state universities.
"figure we can not reach." ANOTHER HOPE of ad-
EVERY YEAR UF is required to ministrators is the reclamation and
return to the university system 2.5 redistribution of surplus funds that
per cent, or about SI.6 million, in might exist in the Florida State, I
unused salary appropriations.Due University (FSU) budget.
rx to the system's financial FSU was overfunded by 2.7 per
problems, the Board of Regents cent based on this year's enrollment
required the return of an additional figures. .
2.7 per cent, or SI.7 million. Meanwhile, I Bryan is asking the
UF has so far managed to raise deans of UF's academic colleges to

photos .ric strin half the normal $1.6 million and come up with savings amounting to .,
'f none of the additional amount.A 2.8 per cent of their total operating
With rose petals strewn at his feet, the Swami
$700.000 utility deficit and a budget through new savings in
Muktananda a Far Eastern' spiritual leader j
,$200,000 deficit' in appropriations expense and salary funds.
mingled with blissful followers during the first two tor graduate student salaries round Bryan said he.does not expect the

observances, the Swami spoke at the J. Wayne Reitz RECENT rate hike may increase make sure everything possible was ;
Union last night. He will. remain In Gainesville the utility deficit by as much'as being done at the college. I level to,
through the week., $450.000 and higher tariffs on the save money.


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r wednesday, "' Soviets deploy- missies



UPI Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger said the pases as well as 1LBM silos the mortalities could be as

capsule Soviet Union could wipe out U.S. strategic forces with a high as five or six million Schlesinger said.Schlesinger's .

limited nuclear strike disrupting the economy and killing testimony comes in light of a Tuesday an-
nouncement that the Soviet Union was moving its largest
fewer than six million Americans.
Intercontinental Balistic Missile (ICBM), the SS 18 into
Ford nominates In Congressional testimony Tuesday. Schlesinger said the .
of strike result in an initial deployment."WE
psychological impact such a would evidence'of
HAVE confimed the deployment of
losS of confidence in the government, but the nation would the
Coleman SS-18 the largest of the' new generation, of new Soviet
Levi survive and the people would re-establish normal life.
Missiles 'Schlesinger told a Pentagon news conference.The .
BECAUSE MOST of the strategic forces of this country are 18,which eight
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Fora formally an-, SS- can carry independently targeted
nounced Tuesday his nomination of University of Chicago based in remote areas far away from major urban areas 99 warheads with a total payload of 15,000 pounds easily

President Edward H. Levi to be attorney general and per cent of the manufacturing capacity of the U.S would surpassed the largest U.S. missile.

Philadelphia lawyer William T. Coleman to be transportation survive Schlesinger said. Schlesinger also defended the possiblity the U.S. might

secretary.At "In the first example of a selective counter force strike by have to invade Middle Eastern oil producing counties but

the same time. White House press secretary Ron Nessen 1 the Soviet Union in which they attack nuclear powered only in a grave emergency such as the "imminent collapse of
said Ford had sent to the Senate his nomination of James T. I ballistic missile submarine bases and strategic Air Command the Western economFord's ."

Lynn secretary of Housing and Urban Development, to be ".." Th-t-, B'1 (. I

budget director. fuel
approved by the Senate, Levi would succeed William B. j plan
Saxbe as head of the Justice Department; Coleman would <. ) ',

replace Claude S. Brinegar.who has resigned effective Feb. 1; ':\1 I'j\W.t.!....,..:,:..... .111:1llltit. 4 ,.' I
and Lynn would take over from Roy Ash, who is returning to ", J''''''' I 't "S":y r finds oppositionin

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liberal "
Younger, more :: : CongressWASHINGTON
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I 'jrMore;: ( '. L,....:'," a 1t'4:: (UPj) Congressional Democratsand

Congress convenesWASHINGTON 'l.'Jt..,.. bo, some Republicans indicated Tuesday they oppose
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President Ford's plan to cut fuel consumption by makingit
(UPI) The 94th Congress convened
more expensive and feel any tax cut should go only to
in ceremonial opening, quickly followed by a
Tuesday a
layoffshit those on the lower end of the pay scale.
in the Senate and to oust
partisan political fight a move an
While unable to agree on a solution to fuel consumption
entrenched chairman in the House.At .
some did call for rationing many Democrats said
in the ornate chambers where galleries were
noon # Ford's proposals to increase tariffs on imported oil and
packed, members of the House and new senators took the U.S.
oath of office. economy taxes on domestic oil were taking the wrong approach.
FORD MONDAY night proposed a $30 billion increasein
House Democrats their ranks swollen by young, aggressive
reformers took steps toward breaking up the chamber's old- (UPI) More layoffs and a record low for consumer energy taxes and tariffs which likely would bring an
time power structure. confidence were reported Tuesday but President Ford and immediate gas price increase and boosts in heating oil and

Rep. Henry Reuss D-Wis., announced he would challenge ., the Congress prepared a pump-priming fight against other fuels.
the dean of the House Rep. Wright Patman of Texas,for the : unemployment sagging sales and shrinking production. Particularly concerned were the Congressmen from New
chairmanship of the House Banking Committee. Reaction to Ford's $47 billion proposal to stimulate the England which depends heavily on imported oil. Ford has
economy got generally good reviews. The dollar increasedin the power to impose his $3 per barrel tariff increase on
Notably absent was Rep. Wilbur Mills D-Ark., who value on European exchange markets. imported oil,but any new taxes on domestic oil would haveto
resigned as Chairman of the House Ways and Means But there were fears his energy package would result in go through Congress.

Committee. even more inflation by increasing gasoline and fuel oil "Without question" said Sen. Edward M. Brooke R-

Israel: war imminentUPI prices as much as 15 cents a gallon. And prices on the Mass., in a telegram to Ford, "The imposition of a tariff

t. stock market generally dropped.In system would place a disproportionate burden of what
( ) Israel said Tuesday Egypt and Syria now have a major new cutback Aluminum Co. of America saidit should be a national effort on the shoulders of New

more planes and tanks than any Western nation except the was laying off 800 persons at eight plants in Texas Englanders."

United States.and the superpowers cannot prevent anotherwar Tennessee Washington and North Carolina in a reductionto REP. SILVIO O. Conte, R-Mass., added "If this

in the Middle East. 91 per cent of capacity of primary aluminim production.In country needs energy conservation then we ought to go
Information Minister Aharon Yariv told a visiting Italian Moline 111., Deere & Co. said it will lay off 300 of with gas rationing. That's the only program that would

delegation that Cairo and Damascus have 1,000 warplanesand 7,800 farm machine workers at a Dubuque Iowa plant in treat everyone equally without dumping costly penalties on
4.500 tanks at their disposal for another round of the next 30 days. The company said it already idled 100 New England." .

lighting. He said this was more than any NATO country workers at Ottumwa, Iowa. Others objected on the grounds that the poor would

except the United States. Meanwhile the Conference Board ''a New York based have to shoulder the burden of higher gas and fuel prices.

"And therefore the superpowers are in no position at business research group said consumer confidence in the "I'm opposed to rationing gasoline based on an in-

present to prevent an outbreak of war in the region" Yariv U.S. economy eroded steadily since last spring and hit a dividual's ability to pay and that I is what the 'President is

said. His comments were reported in a government com- record low in November and December. proposing" said Sen. Herman Talmadge, D-Ga.

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BjfTERRISALT I economy," Mayberry said. The demand for However there is an increase in small have not had problems placing nurses in
Alligator Staff Writer college graduates follows the trend of the companies desiring employe interviews. jobs."
Job interviews for UF students have been economy with less than three month's lag. "These are basically specialized companies SHE ALSO NOTED that there is an increase
cancelled by 15 per cent of major U.S. Cancellations began the end of fall quarterand ." Mayberry said. in the number of people with unrelated
companies because of the lagging economy. are continuing, he said. INCLUDED IN the list of new companies undergraduate degrees who apply to nursingand
UF Placement Director Maurice Mayberrysaid Employers reviewed their profit figures at which have scheduled interviews are General other medical fields because their. own
more than 35 of 250 major companies, the end of December and took a second look Atomic Company the Environmental fields are overcrowded.
including Honeywell Inc., The, Bell System, at their employes. Mayberry explained. Protection Agency, Geological Survey and In describing the job opportunities for law
RCA and United Engineers and Constructors, "MANY EMPLOYERS like-Standard Oilof Analytic Sciences Corporation."The graduates assistant dean of the law college
have cancelled employment recruiting in California filled their needs in the fall. nontechnical fields in liberal arts and Dean Bunch, said, "The market is holding up
terviews. Others were forced by the economy to stop general J business have been hit the hardest." surprisingly well."
"THIS CAN directly be attributed to the hiring additional employes." Mayberry said. BUNCH SAID 61 out of 1 111 fall graduateshad
Jobs in more technical fields including jobs at graduation.The .
.._ !: JIo.'....f_____..._ accounting and engineering are less difficult Department of Labor reported 30,000new
i to find, but problems are increasing. attorneys in 1973 with 16,500 jobs
ACCOUNTING chairman John Simmonssaid available per year from now until 1980. Bunch
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f "I haven't noticed any problems in the said."There
past quarter." is a surplus of lawyers. Law
,However Simmons predicted a 10 per cent graduates will find jobs through perseveranceand
decrease, in demand for accounting majors their own credentials," he said.
within the next few quarters. MAYBERRY explained that slumps in job
'. Dr. Don Halperin, chairman of building recruiting have occured in the past.
construction, said difficulties in placing The peak in graduate placement occured in
mr graduates' began last quarter.APPROXIMATELY 1968 and 1969. when 60 per cent of
t half of the December graduating seniors had jobs at graduation, he
; w graduates had jobs had graduation. Many siad.A.
students found employment-but not in jobsas slump followed in 1970 and 1971 with 35
\0 managers of construction which is what to 40 per cent placed in jobs at graduation
they are trained to do .Halperin said. RECRUITING activity increased so that
Mwiwurt' "Residential construction is slow and from 1971 until the present 45 to 50 per cent
therefore the number of people needed in had jobs at graduation he said.
,; building construction is lower." MEASURES are being taken to help
Halperin added that several jobs outsidethe students find jobs, including the development -
state were turned down by students who placement committees in individual college
S, .h l refused to leave Florida. departments.The .
HALPERIN predicted that March and UF placement center is cooperatingwith
June graduates would probably find jobs. the Florida State Employment Service
Clay Fisher and Joel Catvani "blow their horns" to Mayberry said the job market in the health- Job Bank so students can daily see job
keep unauthorized vehicles out of the Phi Kappa related professions is good. openings in northeast Florida.
Theta parking lot off 18th Street NW, behind their Lucille Wilson,' assistant dean of the Students will also be able to see job
fraternity house. Little did they know they were nursing college said "Employment for openings across the state on a weekly print-
nurses has traditionally not been difficult. We out, Mayberry said. -
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By LESLIE GOLAY TilE PRESEIDENT of Pensacola Junior the community colleges in the state are also ina students priority before new students of any
and College,T. Felton! Harrison said, "The freeze bind with financial problems and cutbacks. kind, whether freshmen or out of state
JO LAURIE PENROSE won't work.' We must send our students some WYGAL SAID if community college students according to Wygal. "Freshmencan
Alligator Staff Writers place in Florida. They have to go to some transfer students' applications are closed off take advantage of the community college
institution, and they must make some other to the state universities, then it will cause a programs," he said.
place for them to go." tremendous problem. "OUR STATE educational system of .
Florida community college presidents and Harrison said the freeze was "slightly "The entire state university and community cooperation under the articulation agreement
high school prinicpals expressed concern unrealistic." college system has been worked as a com has been a national model," Wygal added.
Tuesday over the temporary freeze on admission "There will be many who will want to go to bined system under the arituclation Dr. Alan J. Robertson, president of SantaFe
to state universities.The the state universities, just as my children agreement. The agreement guarantees Community College in Gainesville said 80
Board ot Regents (BOR)' issued a will" he said. '"They will have to relax this community college graduates with associatearts per cent of those students who receive an
temporary moratorium on admissions during freeze" degrees admittance to a state .university," associate of arts degree at Santa Fe go on to
their Janurary meeting in St. Petersburg President Benjamin R. Wygal of Florida Wygal said. UF. .
Monday. Community College in Jacksonville said all This agreement gives community college (See 'reaction'page five)

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down immediately March and $3 in April.
be shut
BRUCE MORRIS UF WILL also be affected by the tariff ditioning systems would
confined to FORD CAN enact the tariff without
Alligator Staff Writer although its electricity is supplied by Florida and heating would be because of
approval
Power Corporation.Fred morning hours only. Congressional emergency
Sawyer, Florida Power district powers granted to the president under a 1962

City of Gainesville residents will probablypay manager, couldn't give any ,figures but said HE SAID he hoped ,to save as much as law.
an extra $5 to 56 on their monthly bill UF's electric rates would rise due to the tariff. $250,000 by this measure.
Committee
because ot a SI to S3 per barrel tariff increaseon UF is already anticipating a S1.96 million Gainesville residents now pay $37.50 a The Florida Energy Florida was told
foreign crude( oil. utilities deficit this year, which was month for 1.000 kilowatts according to Tuesday that the average household

This speculation was given by George aggravated when Florida Power was granted a Lindsey. The new fuel adjustment charge using 1,000 kilowatts of electricity would
$5 electric bill
Lindsey, assistant ot the general manager of 3.3 per cent rate increase by the Public would increase this charge five to six tenths ofa experience a monthly increase.

the Regional Utilities Board. It is based on an Service Commission. penny per kilowatt hour, he said.
average useage of 1,000 kilowatt hours! of Executive Vice President Harold Hanson The present fuel adjustment is $13 of the The tariff would raise the price of fuel to

electricity per month, Lindsey said. announced Monday that most UF air con- $37.50 monthly charge.ACCORDING Floridians approximately $285 million, ac
cording to energy expert Keith Beaty.
to Lindsey, the' increase
would be gradual as new stocks of crude oil Florida imports most of its residual oil and
End of January seen for were added to the inventory. 80 per cent of it is used for electricity

Although some natural gas is used, Lindseysaid production.The .
I. the utilities board uses mostly oil and all

admission freeze liftThe of it is imported. committee adopted a resolution urging
President Ford announced Monday nighthe ,that a percentage of the tariff be returned to
will raise the tariff on imported crude oil. the states based on their dependence upon
freeze on state university admissions Board of Regents (BOR) finance committeefor The increase will be $1 in February, $2 in foreign oil.

should be lifted by Jan. 24 or 25, State Jan 23 "to review the steps we'll take for

University System Chancellor Robert Mautz this fiscal year and next fiscal year. I hope we
said Tuesday. can lift the freeze at that time," he said. UPD rise
Mautz called a special meeting of the THE BOR imposed the freeze on the investigating

university admissions at its monthly meeting
Monday. It instructed universities to con-
tinue processing admissions but not to send in weekend dorm theftsBy

out any letters of acceptance.The .
purpose of the freeze, Mautz said, is
"to retrain any options we might have for new
thefts to be prevented was for students to lock
or expanded
programs. Alligator Staff Writer their doors at night.
Gov. Reubin Askew ordered all state
Phil Sheuerman, a resident assistant in
agencies, including the university to
cut their operating budgets because system state The University Police Department(UPD) is Broward Hall where two of the thefts occured,

revenues are below anticipated levels. pursuing a follow-up investigation of dorm said several Broward residents stayed awake
thefts which occured last week, according to
ACCORDING to Mautz,he has already cut Monday night to watch for theives.
$6 million. He must cut $3.5 million more, a Gene Watson chief investigator. "Unless you patrol the halls, there's not
cut he said would be difficult Twelve dorm rooms were burglarized much else you can do," Sheuerman said.

Mautz said he hopes no existing programswill between Saturday and Monday. MARTHA VARNES, UPD investigator
have to be eliminated, but programs to be EACH OF THE thefts was committed offered advice on how to keep dorm thefts to a
during late night or early morning hours while minimum:
inaugurated or scheduled to be expanded will
have to be halted. the occupants were sleeping in their unlocked
rooms. report suspicious persons in the dorm areas
The universities do not know yet how much
of the additional $3.5 million they will have to keep doors locked, even if you are going to
ROBERT MAUTZ absorb. Mautz said he will have those figures Watson said there were no suspects as of be away from your room for a short time

.II I hope we can lift the freeze by,the Jan. 23 meeting. Tuesday afternoon. don't keep large amounts of money, and
"This is not a haven free from crime," hide what you do keep
Watson said. "Students have to assist us insecurity record serial numbers of all valuables


College officials reactto ." While the thefts have been centered mainlyon
WATSON ADDED students "have to be
west dormitories, officialsin
campus housing
conscious of their environment. We've had
other areas are not unconcerned about the
dorm thefts for years.
admission restrictionsBy thefts.

Director of Housing James Hennesey saidno

official action has been taken by Housingon Ken Harrison a Jennings hall resident

the matter. assistant, said he was going to post warningson
JO LAURIE PENROSE Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, his floor asking students to lock their
Alligator Staff Writer said he didn't foresee any problems."We "We were just congratulating ourselves for rooms."I .

only have 7,000' students now, and a doing so well over break," Hennesey said. wouldn't call a floor meeting over it,
"As soon as we opened the dorms, the
limitation of 15,000, he said. but I'm going to talk to our hall advisor
Admissions officials at universities around DAN CHAPMAN, registrar at Florida students get ripped off. about getting something done," Harrison
the state expressed little concern over the Technological University in Orlando, felt HENNESEY SAID the only way for the said.Veterans' .

Board of Regents action Monday putting a money might be the cause of the action.
temporary freeze on university admissions. "I think it probably had to do with the state
Restricting enrollment at the University of ;ot the universities financially," he said. loan
North Florida in Jacksonville, which has an "Funding right now seems to be off." program
enrollment 4000. will be difficult to The regents' ban on admissions probably
do. according to Ben Campbell director of won't have any effect on the University of

admissions."IN West Florida (UWF), according to Cyrl receives final approvalBy
AN urban center it would be difficult Maynard director of registration and records.
but we will comply as much as anyone else:' UWF JUST closed registration for winter

he said. quarter, according to Maynard."If DOUG HATCH Fuqua, D-Altha, said he was told that the
Robert Levitt director of admissions at the they tell us to hold the admissions for Alligator Staff Writer loan program was held up by the agency for
University of South Florida (USF). said USF spring quarter there won't be a big effect on several weeks after Congress approved it in
would also comply with the ruling. us because we depend on junior college Dec.
"They're\ the Board of Regents, so well transfers for most of our students he said. The new $600 tuition loan program for
have to live up to the ruling" Lev'itt said. Junior college which are on the semester veterans gained final approval from the Officeof The
loan first in veterans
a
liE SAID the impact of the decision would !system will not enter UWF during spring Management and Budget last week. program
legislation, is part of the bill raising veterans
how the admissions freeze
depend on long quarter.
benefits by 23 cent and increasing the
lasts. AT FLORIDA International in The loan in per
University program a provision of the new time
benefits
said.
will be Groseth
"The longer it goes the more impact it Miami (FlU) admissions officer Doug GI Bill Congress passed last moth provides paid
would have However we will continue Hartnagel felt there would be no effect on veterans with $600 in annual loans for tuition.
processing all applications." he said. FIU "in the short run" from the decision."It No word has been received locally of how

Willis Caldwell. director of admission at won't really affect us. but it might worry Approval by the White House agency the money'will be paid, in what anounts, to
Florida State University IFSU) in Tallahassee some students in the community college who charged with overseeing and approving all whom or when the program will start

said FSU already had some limitation on its plan to transfer to state universities. Wheredo federal programs Is seen as one of the last Groseth said.
enrollment. they go from here?" he said. major obstacles to be crossed Rolf Groseth
"WE'VE HAD limitations for the past 15 Hartnagel said since Miami is a large Coordinator of UF Veterans Affairs said. "I don't have enough, experience with the
or 20 'ears. and I didn't think it would pose metropolitan<< area any long-range freeze on federal bureaucracy to know what kind of time

any great: problems." he said. admissions probably would have an affect on GROSETH. who had been in touch with frame that puts us in, in getting the program
Larry Thorburn. director of admissions at FIU. the Washington office of U.S. Rep. 'Don started," Groseth said.' "But I am glad we
have got: this far."

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By GLORIA AKEL This would mean faculty members should
Alligator Staff Writer begin now to make their books lists he said.


Beginning spring quarter, faculty members ;HOWEVER, Thomas Zeanah. manager of
may once again, send their books orders Malones said ordering directly from the

directly tp any of the three local bookstores. faculty would be a "farce." He said a cen-

.,1 I tralized person or group is needed to coordinate
The new book-ordering policy will also the number of books ordered.

require the ,Campus Shop and Bookstore,
Malones, and the Florida Bookstore tot "It's been the same this quarter that it has
mimeograph copies of all orders they receive been in the last 20 years," Zeanah said.

< and place them in competing bookstores
Sam Getzen, of the
manager Campus Shop
Robert A. Bryan, vice-president for academic
There is a lot of difference between died ten years ago. Elaine Sheffield, affairs, said.SINCE said pre-registration and valid enrollment

apples and oranges but the system is the 7ED has developed an honor orange estimates were partially responsible for "amore

same; the honor The honor There ) adequate supply of books ordered this
system. system. enough oranges to make FALL term all orders have been
apply system, where students grabbed Elaine's system work, but is there placed through the Office of Academic Af- quarter.

five cent apples from unwatched bins, enough honor ? ,fairs and made available to other stores upon
liE SAID there was some communication -
request. The academic affairs office has been
between bookstores this quarter which aidedin
elminated from the ordering
process. the number of books.
ordering appropriate

Beethoven symphony set Until former UF President E.T. York

ordered the current policy last May, faculty "Most professors don't come in the store to
members could give exclusive orders to the see what's here before they order,", Bauldree

for Marston inaugurationThe Campus Shop. said. "But we had"most of what people
wanted. this quarter
The change, which according to York
Fourth Annual President's Festival of prevented the Campus Shop from being in Bauldree said he was not aware of the new
Music at UF will begin wlih:: a special per at UF, tenor John McCollum, chairman of the unfair competition with the other stores, policy and didn't think 'any agreement was

tormance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.The ; vocal department at the University of 'required the Campus Shop to share their list made that would require him to share his list.
opening performance which will be Michigan School of Music, bass Noel Tyl, and of anticipated book needs with other stores in

held at 8:15: p.m., will commemorrate the Mezzo .Soprano Narvellec Cariage.The tlje area. ALL THREE bookstore managers agreed
inauguration of Robert Q. Marston. festival will continue on Feb. 14, 21 prices are higher than ever this quarter.
The 80-member University Symphony and 28., All concerts will be in the University UNTIL THIS year, preference was given to

Orchestra and 250-voice Festival Chorus will Auditorium at 8:15'p.m.On : the Campus Shop for all orders. "It appears that publishers are putting in a

give a repeat performance the following Feb. 14 Brass soloist Rich Matteson will David Bauldree, textbook manager of the lot of price changes now before any govern-
evening under the direction of Peter Herman perform with the University Jazz Band. On Florida Bookstore, said'the policy of dealing ment controls are enforced," Bauldree said.

Adler, director of opera at the Juilliard Schoolof Feb. 21 the Symphonic Band will feature the directly with the faculty could be helpful to. The managers said prices of many books
Music. conductor of the United States Air Force them if orders are made at least six to eight have gone up 10 per cent and higher since last

FEATURED guest soloists are soprano Band Col. Arnold D. Gabriel, pianist David weeks before the beginning of the term.Gainesville quarter.
Veronica Tyler, associate professor of music Bar-llan! will close the Festival on Feb. 28.

to administer

reactionFrom I

. ( page three) Dr. Britten Poulson, principal of Rickards written affirmative actionBy
High School in Tallahassee said the freeze will
"We are concerned that the freeze will affect tremendously." !
make a problem for our students who want to us
transfer" he said. SIXTY STUDENTS from Rickard plan to DOUG IIATCII The quotas, which the city will try to fill

James Gollatscheck, president of Valencia attend state universities in the fall but the'15 Alligator Staff Writer when openings arise within the city govern-

Community College in Orlando, said the to 20 students who graduate early plan to go ment, will last for the three-year period whena
make in the Poulson said. new plan will be submitted, Farmer said.
freeze was a good move, but it would spring quarter
unveiledan
Farmer
City Manager B. Harold "AN EMPLOYE who is trying to is a
problems for the community: college which "I don't know what will happen if they affirmative action plan for grow
111-page better employe, even .if such growth sub-
will have to handle an increase in applicationswith can't go. They can go ahead" and work but Gainesville Monday, required to be written by sequently causes him or her to leave city
a decreased budget.,! there aren't jobs either, Poulson said.
!
any the Atlanta Office of the Federal Equal employment to to better opportunities,"
go
back, also and
"Our has been cut
budget
Tampa Robinson principal Pete Davidson Employment Opportunity Commission. the plan states. '
we may: well" have put a limit on our students said, "It is unfortunate, but I can see the "Although city government has long soughtto The city will send recruiters around toIlorida's

next rail Gollattscheck said. necessity with the state of the, economy" fulfill the principles of affirmative action, a universities and colleges to acquaint
The legislature must look to the overall DAVIDSON said of 30 seniors graduatingnext formal plan is presented because of federal students with the benefits of working in

problem of higher education\ and the peopleof week, only nine have already been accepted 'law and directives, and to make this a matterof Gainesville, Farmer said.

Florida must decide if they are "willing Golf to to state universities. public record," Farmer said. While the city will not create jobs to fill the

pay: in taxes for higher education att- "The others will be affected because they FARMER SAID the plan goes beyond the quotas, or fire people to fill the quotas,

scheck said. is will have to stay out for a quarter," he said. minimums set up by the federal governmentin Farmer said he considers that all of the goalsof
GOLLATTSCIIECK said if there
any the Principal Dan Boyd of Gainesville High offering equal employment and training the plan will be met because of the normal
uncertainty as to how milny''students School said the freeze will have a profound benefits for city employes and recruitment of turnover.
take then a freeze on admissions
universities can can't effect on the students if it continues through new employes.The "The plan conforms to all federal law and
is a wise move because "you" September, when a large number plan to plan, which will be administered by a {guidelines except for white females in administrative '
tell students yes and then say no. President enter UF. seven-person Affirmative. Action Plan Ad- positions where the turnover' is

Tallahassee Community College ministration, calls for re-training of employes lower," Farmer said.
BOR
ACCORDING the
I Dr. Fred Turner said. "If there is a cutback to Boyd. prefers
on the number of students who should enter, tour-year institutions,to stress upper division wishing to 'go into new careers and a '.

they should think reducing' the number of education at the junior senior, and graduate recruiting' program for white females, blacks Health chief
freshmen rather than the junior levels, rather than freshman and sophomore.Dr. and Spanish-Americans. speaksU.S.
entering "The city cannot guarantee its employes ..,
I Roy Campbell, principal of Nova High '
college students; is that this is School in Ft. Lauderdale. said the freeze was equal abilities, but it can and does guarantee f
"However misunderstanding opportunities to fulfill the abilities they Deputy Assistant Secretary of HealthDr.
:. :' he added. "We distressing because it maj drive students to equal
just :A tenixuarj: | itself measure." private colleges where education is more do have," the pledge printed in,the front ,of Stuart H. Altman will speak tonight in the
feel it'llwk f "wit.
Holland Law Center Auditorium 7
the plan states.QUOTAS at ,
expensive.
theMltmilde :
John T. Stewart at
REGISTRAR Community College! South "T ie big problem with 'a freeze in the FOR the employment :of white Sponsored by.Accent 75 and the economics
: females black males and females and department, the lecture is second in a series
and middle "r! the is the effect on ongoing
"This is verv' disconcerting!! year !
Campus: \ said '
and females (those entitled Economics
Issues
j The Spanish-American niales ofXhe 70's. Alt-
pn"granIl'affe ts people on contract.
1 hope it will only le temporary. ) have been set out in man's talk will The
,Steward.. W) per'cent of the people I losses will make it kind ot tough. with Spanish surnames cover Economics of
According\ to said.P.K.Yonge the plan for both the city government and the Health Care. '.
Campbell
'
transfer to state
college's. )graduates: actually seniors ,probably won't be Regional Utilities Board Altman; an 'expert in health care delivery

universities. around the state affected: bv the freeze since most of them A total of 651 whites, 244 blacks and 44 systems is involved in the development of a ,
High school principals
have their in. persons with Spanish surnames are scheduledto national health care program
t tier senil'fslto plan, tograduate :already ,applications accordingto
concerned
were month .and also for those Dr. Nancy Baldwin who is in charge of P.K. be hired or promoted to higher jobs in the A short question'and answer period will,
this
.: >'onee admissions at UF.' plan effective up to Dec. 31, 1978. ,)follow the lecture, which is open to the public.jny.b .
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I of$225 Block an important TMNSCENDENTALlttEDITATION
Bj STUART EMMRICI per quarter which explained was

Alligator Staff Writer part. of booking groups. *
The calls are made person-to-person and must be okayedby
An Honor Court investigating committee charged with
Miles Wilkm, SG business manager.
the branches of Student Government for possible
examining of
OFGANG said the committee found no evidence
signs of abuse of power, Monday gave passing marks to the in their allocation.
offices of the student body treasurer and Student Government overspending ,- ,.,...qhlloMbIItIlltll
He said special seating at the America and Greg Allman
WILL GIVE YOU:
Productions (SGP). concerts were due to the Inter-Fraternity Council and Florida ." Profound/ ml for the
The committee committee chairmanand
report prepared by body
Blue Key sponsoring those concerts.
student senator Ken Ofgang, said an investigation of the It. ..*. of .tr.",
Ofgang said he saw"no purpose in further investigation at tenilon
two branches turned up no "irregularities" in their this time." A cl.or.r. sharper

operations. TREASURER Greg Sherman received 'praise from the mind
that neither IncrMtcd .Iflcivncy
OFGANG said he well convinced"
was "pretty
committee for maintaining regular office hours each day for and tklll.
Treasurer Greg Sherman or SGP Chairman Steve Block. had students.The Glealet IOtilloction In
misused their while in office. job family iii.,
power your your
committee said Sherman has not travelled at SG younwHTOMOHT
"We found could is
nothing that possibly
we say expense since taking office, and his long distance calls "have
wrongdoing, Ofgang said. filii IIC'IURIS
been held to a reasonable cost."
The committee of Ofgang and eight undergraduate investigators
THE COMMITTEE also said it had found "no apparent wax JAM. is
formed Nov. 8 Honor Court Chancellor '"
was by ". rt 11.?., .PM.:11AMD: HOSPITAL
Robert Harris, who said at the time the investigation was wrongdoing in the treasurer's handling of expenditures. 4. IM H.I11
The committee did point out one area of what it said was
necessary because of "a growing number of allegations and
complainst as to the arbitrary abuse of SG offices by SG possible abuse and suggested legislation to help correct it.
officials.. Duplicating equipment in the treasurer's office is

ALTHOUGH Harris said the complaints mainly centeredon avail iable to any SG official at night and there are no records

charges of political favoritism in the selection of cabinet kept stating the purpose of such use.
officers and the overspending of the ACCENT phone budget, The report recommended that these records be required.
of SG. INTERNATIONAL MIDITATION SOCiEty '.. Box 12917. Phone 378-274
he said the committee would investigate all branches

The reports on the' treasurer and SGP were Law, medicine linked
the first to be completed and released, and Ofgang said the

committee was still examining the other offices. UF Colleges of Medicine and Law are combining efforts tu
He said he expected the entire report would be completedby develop a program for medical and law students aimed at SALE
the end of the quarter. increasing appreciation of the challenges, ethics and interrelationships
The investigation of SGP included an examination of of the two professions.Law NORTHFACE SELECTED SECONDS
expenditures, the complimentary tickets policy, staff expenses Professor Walter Probert has received a joint faculty
and the possibility of any preferential.seating at SGP appointment in the College of Medicine's Department of MINOR IMPERFECTIONSNORTHFACfSIERRA

concerts. _Community Health and Family Medicine to help develop the
The committee examined the long distance phone budget program.


. WHAT'S HAPPENING 71rIL/


By STEVE PROCKOCIA PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 in the 6HDP
Psychology Bldg. room 151. For further information call 377
ELECTIONS: tonight at 9 p.m. the Chinese International 6912.
Association meets in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, LIBERTARIAN PARTY will meet tonight at 8 in the J.
room 346. For further information call 3784828.BE Wayne Reitz Union, room 347. For further information call 1
WITH MUKTANANDA at an open house through 376-6746. '
Friday from 6.9:30: a.m. at 505 NE 5th Ave. and 5-7:30: p.m.at LANGUAGE AND LIT CLUB: presents Thomas Maren, "
the Hillel Foundation. For further information call 376- Department of Pharmacology, speaking on "Opium in the
8706. Lives of Coleridge and de Quincey" tonight at 8 in the Architecture
PRASADAM free East Indian Vegetarian Feasts, every and Fine Arts Bldg. room 103B.
night at 6 p.m. at the Hare Krishna Temple, 921 S. Depot CONCERT by Rabbi Schlomo Carlebach tonight at 8:30 in
Ave. Bhakti-yoga and Bhagavad Gita classes are also the Hillel Student Center. For further information call 372-
featured. 2900.
CHANNEL S'S COME TOGETHER UF Business Dean TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION: Is the topic of the
Robert Lanzillotti and Student Consumer Affairs lecture presented tonight at 8 In Shands Teaching Hospital, PARKA, PRIME GOOSE DOWN$52.50
representative Dan Lobeck will,be featured on Channel 5's room 11-611. For further Information call 4952654. SECONDS$40.00'IIOITHFAa
"Come Together" Wednesday night at 11. The economic GERMAN FILM: Wilhelm Tell will be shown Thursday at PUMA PARKA. FIBERFILL II MAINTAINS

situation and how it affects students will be discussed. 7:30 p.m. in the Architecture and Fine Arts Bldg., room LOFT WHEN WET.. $42.50 SECON9S$&00NORTHFACE
UNDERSTANDING YOUR SEXUAL SELF will be the 105B. For further information call 3922101.

topic for discussion tonight at, 7:30 in the J. Wayne Reitz GAY Men and women will meet at the Gay Community DOWN VEST$27.50 SECONDS$21
Union Lounge, room 122123. Service Center located at 107 NW 15th Terr., on Thursday at
INTRODUCTORY TALK tonight at 7:30 entitled "How To 7 p.m. For further information call 3721881. RUGBY SHIRTS$16
Make Your Life Work and Why Aren't You Happy," at 2880 RAP SESSION sponsored by the Citizen Advocacy Programwill FREEZE DRIED FOOD) MOUNTAIN HOUSE.T1CHMOOR ft
SW 34th St. For further information phone 372-4231 or 376- be held at the Center for United Ministries Thursday WEE-PACK. SAVE 20 PER aNT ON PURCHASES OVER $10

4531. from 7.8 p.m. For further information call 3781409.
MARRIED STUDENT CENTER is sponsoring a talk entitled CIRCLE K will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in the J. Wayne GLOVES ft MITTENS TO PER CENT OFF
"How to Improve Your Marriage" tonight at 7:30: at Reitz Union. For further information call 3928834. SQUEEZT TUBES 4 FOR $1.50

1320 W. University. For further information phone 377-8125 SIMULATED COMBATEESi will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. SYEA 123 STOVE COMPLETE$15.75

or 3921171. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 346. For further in SIGG TOURIST COOK SET$15
BASKETBALL PEP CLUB will meet tonight at 7:30p.m.: in formation call 378.3434.BLOODMOBILE .
600' FT GOLDUNi RAPPELLING ROPE $150
the Florida Gym. room 222. For further information call 372- : will be located in the Plaza of the
SPECIAL GROUP EUREKA TINTS 20 PER CENT OFF
1610. Americas Thursday from 9:30: a.m. to 2:30: p.m. For further
INTRODUCTORY SMOKER: Block and Bridle, will meet information call 377-6905. SALE LIMITED TO STORE STOCK ONLY.
Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Livestock Pavillion off Archer YOUNG DEMOCRATS will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in
Road. Following the meal there will be a slide show of the the J.Wayne Reitz Union, room 346.- For further information SALE ENDS JAN.22 GAINESVILLE STORE ONI
club's activities. call 3737122.
TRAIL SHOP
PRE-VET CLUB: will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical BEAM UP TO BEATY TOWERS: for the Thursday meetingof
Engineering Bldg.. room, 211. For further information call the Star Trek Association for Revival. For further information 1518 NW 13th St. 372-0521
1772395. call 3928784. '

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On January 24, 1975, the J. Wayne Reitz '

"I/' Union wilt| sponsor,. .. .. ,. "I < ., .. ?,." ,', 'JL1I.1 III.1 ''Registration! f fo;pU: "workshops and,1.lIOn..wili( take place jn Room 330,. .from/
9.6o: 6.m.'to.' 4:00: p.m.,January 6 through January 17..


Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will have priority for .
THE APPLE TREE (lesson enrollment from January 6 through January 10. Only after this time
will registration be open to other persons.

An Evening of Dinner Theatre Due to price and registration differential, It will be necessary that each
Presented By > person come to register; with appropriate Identification. Enrollment for individual
The New York Theatre Company classes Is limited and, therefore, on a first-come, first-served basis

Persons may only register for themselves.

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Dinner begins at 6:30: p.m. In the J. Wayn. 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 400: 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.

M r ASTROLOGY r IANJO r YOGA
Tickets available at the University Box Office (ginning) 20Mar.9 .
I( tun.Jen.23-Mar i Mon Jan.
(Constans Theatre) beginning Monday; 7130-13OP.M. 111"....Jon 23-Mor' 2:1).4:30INSTlUCTORI ::
Fedarlco Fellini's debut as a solo director January 13th.U 7:30: -':30P.M. INSTRUCTOR
presents perhaps the freshest, most tender and Dlkkl-Jo Mullen INSTRUCTOR: Randall RoH.SILOOStuden".J .
naturalistic of his films. The film Is a satire on Gall Gillesple 10.00 Students
glamour and delusion and tells the story of a of F students U50 General Public $6.00 $10.00 Students $i5.00 ntc .J
1100 J
young couple who go to Rome for their BRIDGE 1 NonStudents7IVtSTRING YOGA
honeymoon. It also deals with two elements r Wed.Jan.22-Mar.5 J""." BANJO Tues.Jan.21 _Mar 4
which are present In every later Fellinl film: 7130-:30: P.M. ( (Beginning) 10:00 AJM.-NooniNSTRUCTOR
the shoddy reality behind show business : Tues.Jan 21-Mar 4 INsnUCTOIIAdrfan I
glamour and the mediocre performers who Dovell 7:30-9:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
consider themselves artists. $10.00 Student! J : $10.00RandalStud.nt. I
15.00 Non-Students Tom Morrissey 15.00 Non-Students J
WED., JAN. 15 7:00; 9:30: $10.00 Students
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2ND FLOOR AUD. 50c
7130-130. ((r. MIME: 2:3O4:30P.M.INSTlUCTORI : .
Wod.Jan.22-Mar. 5 INSTRUCTOR:
Adrian Dovell 7 >>9:30 Kath Renshaw
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_} NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY rlEGINNINGCHESS 15.00 Non.Stud./ Sandy Scott J llOONon-Studonts.

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SmileCongressmen ,

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have complained for years that ,
they are at a disadvantage in the Capitol Hill White -

House battle for public attention ,because of the _

President's ready access to the media.

They say, when the President wants support fora -

new program, he simply has to request air time, / / F -

and he's on coast to coast television.But w }

apparently these critics wish to deny the 1 11to2" '

President access to the media rather than increase

their own, because it is, ironically enough,

Congress that restricts public 'access.

Both houses have for years stuck by archaic i I I,r

rules that ban the use of cameras and microphonesfrom

the House and Senate floors and allow only a H

few hundred spectators at a time to view their / '
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proceedings.But .
all that may change soon if a resolution

introduced by Montana Sen. Lee Metcalf is

received favorably the Hill.

Metcalf wants Congress to authorize a year-long
and the red
UF
experiment that would allow television and radio tape jungleThe 1

coverage of floor sessions.

The new resolution would allow ,a 60-day trial

period with cameras stationed at strategic points UF administration, in an apparent effort to make
around the capitol building, followed by con- things easier for students, seems to have blown it again. BOB GORDON
tinuous, coverage of floor debates. The culprits,this time are in the financial aid office and the
Office of Student Accounts. Noting that financial aid STAFF WRITINGS
The idea is to allow broadcasters to use excerpts
recipients were having to stand in mammoth lines to pick up
from the in shows and live
taping news permit their money, the administrators came up with what seemed
coverage in special circumstances.The like a brilliant idea. Why not disburse financial aid on an until after the drop-add period ends on January 13 Students
resolution appears to be gaining some appointment system? The more they thought about it, the Accounts postponed the date after which late fees would be
support in both houses but many of our "public" better it sounded, and this quarter the plan went into effect. assessed to January 27. This was explained in the letter to
servants still stubbornly cling to their self given WELL, THE LINES are indeed shorter, but there's an students, although, as Loeb points out, many people don't
obvious flaw in the plan. The appointments run until January bother to read those things.
conduct business in relative
right to privacy. 23, almost three weeks after classes started, which means The real problem caused by the delayed fee payment plan
Critics say allowing cameras in the Senate and some people aren't going to get their money until well after however is that students don't get their validated fee cards
House chambers would turn Congress into a the quarter has started. The rent's due, you've got to buy until after they pay their fees. As anyone who's been at UF for
"media event," disrupting proceedings and books, and if you're depending on ,financial aid and your more than three days knows, without a validated fee card you

possibly even affect the way members vote. They appointment's on the 18th you're in trouble. don't exist.
The financial aid people aren't insensitive to this problem. STUDENT ACCOUNTS realized this. On the student's
that the of the members in
worry camera image Monte Loeb of Student Accounts has said anyone who has a schedule which was included in the envelope in which the fee
their day-to-day operation may be used against problem and is in a bind should come and see him personallyand cards were mailed, there is a note saying, "Keep as proof of
them come re-election time. something will be worked out. And he means it. Loeb will Winter 75 registration."

Yet live coverage of the Watergate hearings in sit down and talk to you and if he feels your gripe is Unfortunately,the word didn't get around to the rest of the

the House, and impeachment proceedings in the legitimate, he'll help you out. university(not to mention the community, where you need a
THE PROBLEM IS, he didn't let anyone know that he's fee card to cash a check). The Hub bookstore knows and will
Senate revealed that few seemed
Congressmen willing to help.The Office of Student Accounts sent a letter to cash checks but what about everybody else? The infirmary,
affected by the ever-present eye of the camera. students explaining the process of paying fees and picking up from reports we get, is requiring a validated fee card for more
More convincingly, Florida is one of only two financial aid. Nowhere in the letter did it say "If you've got a than one visit. The men's locker room won't issue lockers to
states in the country that has proved progressive problem and need to get your money right away, come to the students without validated fee cards. The word isn't filtering
enough to allow live public televised broadcastingof Office of Student Accounts and we'll try to help you out." through the bureaucracy. The system has screwed up.
sessions. Since Of course, if the letter had said something like that, SADLY, THESE are only isolated examples of the general
state
legislative beganit
coverage Student Accounts probably would have been deluged with bureaucratic incompetency that seems to pervade UF. Sadder
has proved a workable arrangement and few hundreds of hardship cases, some real and some imagined. yet in institution trying to handle 28,000 students, such
legislators even notice the camera. Another messy situation has been caused by plan institutedin incompetency is almost inevitable.

But regardless of how the members of Congresscome September which requires the .unviersity to assess fees There are, of course, no real solutions to bureaucratic
across, the time has come for the public to according to the number of hours taken. This idea may have incompetency,only attempts such as this at clarification.: But
know what their men and women in Washingtonare helped the legislators who decide which university gets how things would probably flow a bit smoother if the policy
much money, but for the administrators and students it's makers would give some though to how their policies are
doing for or against them. In this post- been a holy terror.
going to effect the administration. The administration oughtto
Watergate era when we are increasing skeptical of Student Accounts realizing many students chage the make a better effort at explaining to students how they are
hidden government, Congress.in-the-Sunshine number of hours they are taking during drop-add, decided to survive in this red tape jungle. And students would do
could only be a shot in the arm for public con- this quarter to let you wait until after drop-add to pay your themselves a favor, if they would pay better attention to the
fidence. tees.BECAUSE oblique hints the administration does throw out as to !how
MANY students don't receive financial aid "the works.
system"
We hope that Florida Sens. Lawton Chiles and
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Richard Stone, and Gainesville Rep. Don Fuqua

take a lesson from their own state and supportMetcalf The
Independent David
Smith T.rrl WaoaEdltor.lnchl.f
s motion. Extending some of Florida'ssunshine ,
Managing Editor
can only help to shed light on what really Florida
goes on on the Hill. Alligatorall

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David Klein DeblFumlw Brian Jons

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I Bad energy year may get worse in '75., I


WASHINGTON Secretary of State
HenryKissinger..
some other political appointment tor defeated but
desening
facetiously have been
insiders suggest may speaking out of Republicans. JACK ANDERSON
sheer frustration when he rattled his sword and raised the
Middle East oil HUNGRY AMERICANS: The world is slowly waking up to
of a war.
spectre the tact that peoplearedying of starvation in Asia. Africa and WEEKLY SPECIAL'
YEAR after all
by
THE gone! was a tough one forAmerica's Latin
Consider America. A shocking, 10.000 men women and chidren
energy planners. what has transpired
starve to death every week.
since the Arab oil embargo,! :
the The United States is doing more than any other nation to coast of Maine which has'been claimed by both the United
.Kissinger, diplomatic superstar has tried talk
their to rush food to the famine areas. But efforts to preside food for States and Canada since 1783. So far. the dispute has been a
the Arabs into lowering oil prices. Summoning his .
up our own hungry people have been scaled down in the name of gentlemanly debate. '
noted gifts of persuasion, he attempted to convince the oil
economy. A few however. Canada began issuing "ex-
years ago
sheikhs that exhorbitant prices would hurt them in the
longrun. President Ford recently announced a cutback in the food ploration permits" to oil companies. Some of the world's
The result! : the Arabs raised their prices.
stamp program. This will hurt the sick and elderly the most. largest firms including Texaco and Mobil. are probing the
eOn the home front meanwhile
"Project In Under the new plan for example a retired worker living on a area. Then, about a year ago the U.S. Interior Department
launched. It aimed
dependence" was at making the United 1150 monthly Social Security check would have to pay $45 for formally asked the oil companies for "indications of interest"'
States selt-sut1icient in energy production by 1985. But M6 worth of food stamps. He would in other words save onlya in the same area.
domestic oil production is down nearly .five per cent from last dollar.
As long as both nations are merely exploring for oil there
year, despite record profits for the oil companies. Coal The government will also stop publicizing the program. will\ belittle conflict. Should there be a strike, however there
production has also been extremely disappointing. Those in remote areas or those who are undereducatedasmany may well be sparks flying between Washington and Ottawa
The voluntary oil conservation program has met with of the hungry are-now must find out how to get food WASHINGTON WHIRL Apparently concerned over the
only mild success. The Federal Energy Administration stamps by themselves. sonjehow.) bad image the White House "plumbers" team has given the
estimates! that Americans still waste as much energy as Japan WAR IN LEBANON? .State Department insiders now pipe-fitting profession, the American-Standard plumbing

uses.PRESIDENT believe the next major battlefield in the Middle East could be supply firm has hired a public relations company to spreadthe
FORD will include some tough new conservation Lebanon, an Arab country which has traditionally shunnedthe word that plumbers are really nice guys. The image-
measures in his upcoming economic package. But conflict with Israel. makers recently mailed out commemorative pewter plates

unless he produces a master plan for the international energy Since 1967 our sources estimate, the Israelis in search of emblazoned with a porcelain portrait of an antique water

problem the crisis will only get worse in 1975. Palestinian guerrillas\ have carried out nearly 200 "in- closet. Florida's Sen.-elect Dick Stone ran. on a post- .J...
FRINGE BENEFITS The unemployment lines are cursions" into Lebanon. The attacks have escalated in recent Watergate "government in the sunshine" platform vowing to
Crowing: longer but there is one group of jobless Americanswho months. Now, say the experts, Lebanese Prime Minister remove his office door and boycott secret meetings. Ironically
aren't suffering. They are the defeated members of Rashid al-Solh is convinced that his country should arm itself. his new home in Washington will be a Watergate apart-
Congress whose terms ran out on January 2. Recently, a military delegation from Libya showed up in ment..After his conviction in the Watergate case, former
Congress had thoughtfully provided a pension plan for Beirut with a promise to supply Lebanon with weapons. And Asst. Atty. Gen.Robert Mardian boarded a plane for Chicago
those who fail to get re-elected. It contains all manner of just days ago, according to our sources the Syrians promisedto shouted at a stewardess who asked to see his boarding pass
clauses rarely found in industrial contracts. help Beirut repel the Israelis. then plopped down beside his wife and feigned indifference
Just a' nominal contribution from their congressionalsalaries Israel has publicly vowed if Lebanon accepts arms, they will while she read about his case in the papers. When Mrs.
will qualify lawmakers, after they retire for as much retaliate with vengeance. On recent bombing raids over Mardian dozed off he grabbed up the papers and read the
:as 131,875 a year. Pensions are also paid on top of any Social Lebanon, Isreali pilots ran into intense ground fire including bitter news..Insiders at the Drug Enforcement Ad-
Security or private retirement plans. missiles shot from shoulder-fired Strella launchers, which are ministration say the agency will erupt in scandal within
AND THOSE who want to continue on the public payroll manufactured in Russia. weeks. Modern breweries use natural gas to dry the laqueron
it they have the right political credentials can use the White Now the intelligence analysts are pondering whether Israel their beer cans and just two of them, say consumer experts
House as an unemployment office. will make good on its threat. use enough fuel each year to supply the energy needs of a
The I Administration will usually find an ambassadorship or NEIGHBORLY DISPUTE There is some territory of the thousand families.


ADVICE & DISSENT






0C LI Several reasons cited



I to reject bargaining



Editor: I should like to state decision makers: we are all in which we can speak as
briefly a few of the many officers of the university. In a scholar to scholar under
reason for rejecting the idea very real sense, we the faculty collective bargaining both
of union bargaining for the are the university.We faculty and administratorswill
faculty of a major university.Start reject the adversary be represented by squadsof
with the ideal of a relation of faculty against lawyers. Academic con-
university an ideal which administration. The Industrial cernswill, be decided far from -f

considers it an academic model of man- the campus by non-academic
institution -a community of agement versus "em- types who have little or no
scholars and students. The ployees" is inappropriate for experience with academic life

faculty devote their major an academic community, and and aspirations. There is no

V.XKVX eoTHAT'S .... efforts to the traditional tenfold So for one which real reason to doubt that we
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function of teaching and of aspires to excellence. We can accomplish necessary
seeking the truth, but occasionally resist all attempts to establish needs by working in concert
are selected to this alien non-academic with administrators who are

WRIGHT perform ,the necessary relationship on the campus.If faculty on temporary
community duties by servingon we give up our traditions assignment. We can point to
committees or through of academic freedom and many proud accomplishmentsin

'administrative appointments.There adopt collective bargaining recent years.
is no sharp line bet several undesirable trends 3. We will be adding
r ween faculty and administration would ensue. another layer of bureaucracy
since faculty 1. Power and decision an expensive layer -
move in and out of the ad making will increasingly moveto under the union of Goliath.
ministration. Tallahassee. 4. We will have less

t THERE IS NO conflict in 2. Instead of discussing flexibility and less' faculty
the interest and the goals of 'with campus administratorS control in all rules or
; 'r'I
cr the groups. We. are all mutual educational concerns' arrangements involving merit

increases work-study leaves,
The Independent teaching assignments tenure
and promotion decisions and

Florida AlligatorDoug all other apsects of academic

? life.WE
ty. r l Dial Ron CunninghamEnt.rtoinm.nt HAVE AT this and at
4t Editor Astociate Editor all other major universities a
precious inheritance of

.' -- "w, George Kochonicc Jr. faculty and student..decisions
Photo Editor on matters of facultyand
fail r student concern. Let's keep it, (,
Greg Forrtr Mindl KeirnonAnt. that way.
Sports Editor News Editor

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new brakes, clutch. Nice 25 campus '. utilities, monthly gatortown opts. call
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Roomate' wonted to live In house neor 20$ large portable bSw tv works well located walking distance, to campus. Air, 59-p) .
Nice 35$ 5)2) ne 6th, street ((0-41-59) heat' Students welcome
compul. mellow place with, ((195)) female roommate urgently desperately
LEMNy BRUCEPERFORMANCE fireplace: own room $8800 + 1-3 67 mgb-excellent condition, tront. Open Everyday 377-6992 needed vlzcoya opt $70 monthly + 1.3
utilitiei" Coll now 376-4963 (c-St-56-p) recently rebuilt w- steel rodioli, podded 2 bdr.$125 located in NW section. utilities please contact debt or Cindy immediately -
35 mm camera for tale Mamlyo-Sekor rollbar, 72 teott. $1200 378-0663 or after Duplex with air, heat, bath. Pets OKII 373-9147 (C.3T-58-F)
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gator parking now open on SW 13th St t signs printing 300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480 GREATEST SALES LETTER
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Monday 14-75. at 3:15: in front of YULLE class Honing soon all age male l $2 investment' it all It taket.Everything n.eded-only$2.00.
Get know New experience. get to know yourselfa HALL. Coll 392 9002 URGENT (J-5T-60-P) female, for rag. & further Info call
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(eiperiences. SPECIAL All FIVE only $Swith
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{GRAPHIC ARTIST; $2 per hr. IS hrs. per Doug Clark And The Hot Nut coming to OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S.
the!Rot Frl. ft The counseling center I II offering a
free-hand charts Sat 17th t 18th of Jon. two America Africa. Student all professionsand
weed drawing, ,
; shows 911 I 1 Ticket $700 $3000 group farmers and women students' who
for $2 in advance at occupation lo monthly.Expenses
graphs, logotypes campus rot or union box office, wish to Improve .their interpersonal' CHINA
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Free information TRANSWORLD relationships Thursday evenings 7-9 call
13920171 (.5t-56-p) goy community service center men
gay karen or scan 392-1575 (m-5t-56-chg)
RESEARCH CO. Dept. Go, P.O. Box 603
and women meet thursdays at 7 pm 107 .
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wiling mushroom wall plaques mail Jean or Pave at 392-1575 (|-10t-59-piSAJvWtlE'S ) KARATE LESSONS a photo co-op contact bill lover 373- WEEK
2.50 ,including postage for sample plus ARRIVED Small classes $20: per mon 9359 after 6 (M-5T.57.P)_
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The
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Kansas 66414 OPEN Specializing in English hairCutting PROFESSIONAL :
304 Corbondole, Sot ..en. 7'0 9. 378-7131. (J-20T-40-P: ) low CttNAlMCVIEFELIX I ) GRHNE.REITZ UNION AUO.
blow waving for the in look service IBM Selectrlc.'Vorylng ro'" H3-73 MONDAY 730 |!
Camp Counselors 'Interview one day unite Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality. bleached. Delivery. Stenographic service and 930 U&CHINAPEOPLES FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION
only Saturday January 18, 9-4 Camp Univ Ave 377-24H3 (j-SOt-S3-p) $24 up. Karate-Do 1215 NW 5th Ave, 1 notary public also.Call 4622739.. (M-5T-
I Woh.lo and Comet Sister-Brother. Camps blk east' of 13th St. Mon-Wed-Fri eve. 57-P 1-1+75 TUESDAY4:00: IMMIGRATION LAW FRANK PESTANA
LEARN KARATE qualified PLACE REITZ UNION 361 563
,in Pennsylvania Director seeking instructors new 3 '!13LJ-5T.60-PI( )
I qualified, personnel In all departments class stoning' loon all age male & DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving and 730'LAW IN CHINA'SPEAKER FRANK PeSTANA
Call 373.0280 for appointment and female, for rag. & further info call Sri Darwin Gross The living ECK Matter camping trip. Fly by seaplane from Key HOLLAND LAW SCHOOL AUDITOR IL'M::) ((190)
will with Tom
| location3T60C" ( ) howard 373.82528tSSpd(| ) appear on leleviiion West march 21-25 or 25-29 All scuba
Snyder on his Tom morrow program, on equipment provided Explore historic' Fort H5-73 WEDNESDAY. 730"MCVEMENT TO CRITICIZE( CONFUCWS AND LIN
AUTOS The counseling' center and the women' the manning of January 16, at 1 AM. It Jefferson $"5 with certification $150 includes PIAO'! PEAKER MILES STRYKERMC CARTY'AUD.H073 .
walk-In should be on interesting program I May full scuba call cube-
counseling course
services offer
The Bel For Info. call THURSDAY 330 AHfAY WITy Aj i, PESTSlMtVlfl JOSHUA HORN
assertive training for women winter Blessings more Dynamics 373-5069 (M-JT-58-P) '
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1971 Suboru wagon good tires, o-c, 30 quarter .thurtday 12.2 p.m. limited 377-6453 (J.IT-60-PI)
I mpg. $1200, call 373-2353 after 3 pm (g5ti9p enrollment Call Jeon or Bev 392-1575 "let. your vision be world..mbroclng.ra.he Auto repair Foreign and Domestics, AND
) ((1-51.56-cno.) than confined lo your own self" guaranteed work ot good rates. ; see Bill or e30*.HEALTH. CARE IN CHINA'SPEAKEW MARGARET
Mike at 216N.E. 3rd Ave. from 10:00 till 7:00 MEGILL.MEDICALSCIENCE AUDITORIUM tH7'73
173 mazda 808 automatic, Olr, etc. 22-31 Boho'l Writing (J-1T-60-C) "
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ONE-YEAR-OLD (mottly) LAB needs Dollars call 392-8715 ,
I mpg. S2.000.ln good condition 377-<151. or GOLDFISH 6-8 in. 5
home.Very affectionate and Self Realization Assistance A personal MCCARTY G186
intelligent.Call
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lorry or Howie 377-8087 315 nw rap on your spiritual evolvement aided PLUS:

good condition, 3-speed. must 14th Dr. (J-SR.-NC) LOST& FOUND by your astrology chart. Dennis 377-4159 CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ARTIFACTS-FLA MUSEUM,
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sell JI300. call 370610) aft. 5 pm or -73-H7-75

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Wall hangings iHf Clothes lost on campus Gold bracelet with design 4719 keep trying (M-IOT-60-P) SCIENCES L-I
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Jewelry Krlttl cl 376-9545 (L-3T-58-NC) |john cppelboom 392-8755 (M-5T-60-P)

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Has Dade co. togs no questions call FULL RANGE OF HELPING SERVICES.
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us crammed into a room designed for 35. The first week of

The pvercrowding of classrooms at UF and the class brought there weren't enough seats to go around, but they finally
decrease in the some more in.
corresponding quality of education have
become serious problems this quarter students and faculty Rolfs"Now it's a real fire trap because it's on the top floor of
Hall, and 1 have to climb "
members said. over two desks to get out, he

The present shortage of funds in the state university said.BOB
system RICKS, 3FY, said,
"In
has prevented the administration's usual solution my chemistry class, when you
to have to talk to the
overenrollment in classes. teacher, it's ridiculous. There's a big mob
around him after class, and if you to his office, it's
DR. ROBERT BRYAN, vice president for academic aft the same thing." go usually
lairs said ordinarily when a classroom is overcrowded, he
"In 'Introduction '
from the dean of the to Marketing, people are sitting in the
receives a request college involved for "
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said
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here and I've never been in classes that :'
big
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said he has received
far Bryan no such
requests Dr. Jack Doherty, chairman of the Social Sciences
because ( deans) know
theythe I
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any Department, said his
department is running close to normal
money to give out. in class size.HOWEVER.
Students are becoming increasingly annoyed with the lack
Doherty warned, if funds
more are not forth-
of space in classrooms and the decrease in personalized instruction ,
his
coming department may have to terminate its ten
graduate assistants. These assistants teach .25 sections this
"IN MY Psychology 334 class, people are sitting in the aisleson quarter.
test days" said Steve Bryan, 3AS. "When you get that
Terry Robertson, 3AS, said, "I was flabbergasted to find
people i in a class the whole thing becomes im- 6 ..
many so 300 people in my physics class. It makes me feel insignificantto t:.

sit in that large of a crowd. The professor keeps up a frantic
pace, and you can't ask questions."
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Dr. Gareth Schmeling, chairman of the Humanities
Department, said his Classical Archaeology class has 50
students, twice the enrollment of last year.
lecture on galaxies, quasars, and cosmology will be givenin THE TEACHER becomes reticent when assigning
the J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom as part of the Frontiersof a large class because he won't time to read them; and papersto if he
Science series at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Dr. David S. does assign papers, he can't read each thoroughly, Schmelingsaid.
Heeschen director of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory .

will be the speaker. Dr D.L Kelly, Associate Professor of English, said "It's
HEESCHEN will cover the origin of the universe and radio this simple. If you have 25 students you can assign 10 papers
signals from outer space in his speech. over the course of the quarter. If you have 35 students, you
The observatory studies radio waves received from interstellar can only assign seven papers."
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build a series of antennae with a central computer control to decreases the cost of the student's education. This type of SITTING ON THE FLOOR

form one massive receiver.The philosophy is fine when you're producing cars.The object of .Students at UF are forced to.sit in aisles and on
lecture is presented by the Department of Physics and the university system is not to produce a large number of steps because of overcrowded classrooms.n..1nd. I1r
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': ,LOUIS BRANCACCIO number of junior varsity football games being played. Last economic situation has also hurt.
Alligator Sports Writer J ,' ? 1 (: year,there.were five,games, this year there were four and it "Women's, sports is totally legitimate, but it is unfortunatethat
a may be reduced to three game's next year. it had to make its mark at .this, time., .. of the. economic
The UF Athletic Department, not unlike other areas in the Carr said women's sports coming on at this time of the period" Carr said.LThe .
university, is experiencing: financial problems, Asst. Athletic

Director Bill Carr said Tuesday. ___n______ _
The athletic department is "about $25,000" over what it
budgeted for electricity. Carr said.
"WHEN WE BUDGETED for electrical use we thought we ; ,IE\1 r FcIlr?'l
would actually have a little more than we needed," hr! said. ? / S PCIRTSTracksters ) .
Electricity is not the only increase the athletic departmenthas Alligator I ,"'rts \:,It"
experienced, Carr said. Food price increases affect the
department enormously because of the number of athletes 1 1By
which 'must be fed.
But despite the gloomy outlook, Carr said the athletic :
1 department will be able to meet its current budget. .
ONE OF THE reasons for the department meeting its visit Mobile
budget is due to the Gator football team, he said.
"We had a good season at the gate because we had a good
team. ," Carr'said.
Revenue from football tickets is a major source of income RICK ADELMAN strongest event will be the CROSS COUNTRY
I for the department. Basketball revenue also helps the Alligator Sports Writer 440.SENIOR standouts Dennis Skelton and
department meet its budget. BEAUFORT Kevin Holzwart will run in the
.... CARR SAID although the athletic department will meet its Tonight's Senior Bowl Brown, who is coming off of two mile event' with Par
budget this year, future years may not be as bright. Carr said track meet in Mobile, Ala. an outstanding performancein ( Wallin and Stave Gomez
+ the possibility does exist of increased expenses causing a affords the Gator track teama last Frida'ys CYO (Catholic scheduled for the 1,000 yard
cutback in some areas. rare opportunity.Head Youth Organization) In-
One alternative, Carr said to cope with rising costs is to coach Jimmy Carnes vitational,will join teammatesBob run.Rounding out the running
eliminate certain sports. will take a complete team to Rambo and Mitchell events will be Stanley Harris
"We would hope that we would not have to do this. It wouldbe the meet in preparation for Goings in the quarter mile. and Willie Wilder in the 60
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a last resort. No one wants to see sports eliminated," Carr UF's dual showdown with the "Wonderful" Wimpy yard dash and Hesley Bostic
said.Carr Tennessee. Volunteers on Jan. Alexander and newcomer and Harold Smith in the
explained if a sport would have to be eliminated, the 25. Noel Gray are'slated for the hurdles.
athletic department would not be the one to make the 'THIS IS a good opportunity 600 yard run while transfer Seven.Gators will competein MITCHELL GOINGS
decision. The Board of Directors, similar to the Board of because we don't Tom Doerr and Horace Tuitt the field events. .In 440 yd. run.
Regents would decide. have many chances to run the represent the Orange and SEC INDOOR and outdoor
ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE would simply be to cut backon whole team," said Carnes. Blue in the 880. champ Will Freeman will be feet, are in the high jump.
existing sports, he said. Among the teams that will In the mile run, N.J. joined in the pole vault by The highly regarded
"At Kansas State, a Big Eight school they no longer give participate are Florida State, product Vince Cartier and transfer student Ed Kret- Fletcher Lewis is joined by
scholarships to anyone except football and basketball Tulane and SEC rivals consistent Frank Betts will) see schmer. teammate Mike Sharpe in the
players," Carr said. Alabama and Auburn. their first action of the indoor Steve Ott and Ellis Miller, long jump while Bill Kovach
One example, Carr said of UF cutting back is in the Probably the Gators season who have both cleared seven puts the shot.




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r, By ANDY COHEN man's got to know his limitations." :
r Alligator Sports Writer Lederman spent this past summer evaluating himself,
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UK basketball team, Mike Lederman has worry about playing perfect basketball, instead I
the proper perspective.And out and give everything I have, every moment I'm in
it took of all people, Clint ."

boyish looking guard understand what his accepted the fact he wasn't a David Thompson or a Walt
about. so instead he became intent on becoming the best
"My first two years here I lacked a lot of athlete Mike Lederman can be. No longer did the
t the Leo Indaina product. "Last at times
year He relaxed
athlete worry during a game. played
miss a shot. It was very confusing for me I with confidence and soon the result startled all those
satisfied with myself." to the Gators.
r But after watching Eastwood in Magnum know I'm not super quick and 1 realize I can't jump with I ,
spent many hours thinking about one very of them so instead I decided to give 100 per cent all 0.i y 6n 6
t movie. to make up for it," he said. !i ''iIi' it .. .:;.01.A'
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Packers."A out.always been able to' shoot well," he said. "But this ;. .J

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American GATOR GUARD MIKE LEDERMAN
MIAMI (UPI) role.
Minnesota Vikings conference knew Lederman was a good! starter but he lacked that .re-evaluated himself over summer.
quarterback Fran Tarkenton punch from the bench that the team often needed so Lederman says this year's team is like a sleeping volcano
Tarkenton and cornerback game waiting to explode. "Once we as a team begin playing up to
Jimmy Johnson of the San biceps he turned to Lederman and instead of griping about our capabilities we'll begin winning consistently. We've
Francisco 49ers have been throwing his starting role, he accepted it as a challenge. already started doing just that and I feel we'll get even betterit
excused from playing for replaced realize that my position is very important he said. it.. '
the 'National Football James playing as much now as I did before except now I come The 6.2 guard has one more year on the Gators and he
Conference squad in the Johnson help the team regain some momentum. i plans to make the most of it. He feels now that he understands -'
annual Pro Bowl' game Knox'said like to think the move showed that the coaches have his limitations and will continue to improve. -
,. here next Monday night thinking in me." But he's realistic and he knows a professional career is just
Los Angeles Rams coach and also is currently among the leaders in the conference about out of the question. A coaching career isn't and he
Chuck Knox announced excused shooting, something he,spent long hours on this past plans on working toward that goal.
Monday. game. His Those lucky enough to play for Lederman someday will no
Knox, who will coach will be Ken doesn't concentrate on statistics because he knows what loubt make the most of what they have because Clint
the NFC team against the Green Bay game can do to all those conference ratings. I Eastwood; will probably be the sixth man on the court.

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The Independent Florida gor PubI shed by Campus Communmcaonn Go nesvglI l reida No* offhcgollv ossocoted wA .' 4 Un vers Nv o Fiondo V JA.1-17 OL. 67 NO. 59 Faculty groups speak for collective bargaining By GARY BALANOFF Algater Staff Wiier TALLAHASSEE -In its first public hearing concerning university system collective bargaining, the Public Em ,loyes Relations Commission heard arguments Tuesday on bargaining unit size from various faculty groups. Commission counsel Curtis Mack discussed bargaining unit size with representatives of the United Faculty of Florida (UF). the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), and the Board oft Regents' legal counsels. ALL FACULTY, including department chairpersons and deans with grester than 50 per cent teaching load, would be included in the AAUP unit. A ll no nad minist rati v e professional employes of the regents who are not a part of the career service system were included in the UF? proposed unit. These non-administrative ploycs include professors. associate professors, librarians and others. THE REGENTS proposed all hill-time instructional and research taculty members within the State University System be included in any unit. The main point of disagreement among the three groups is on the 1ssue of including chairpersons in collective bargaining units. Both UFF and the AAUP agreed chairpersons with a teaching load of greater than 50 per cent should be included in the unit. TRACY Ferguson, regents legal counsel said, "we don't agree with that at all." Ferguson also labeled the graduate assistant matter "a problem are." He disagreed with UFF representative Kenneth Mcgill's contention that all graduate assistants and researchers should be included in the unit. THE AAUP legal counsel, Woodley Osborne, said his group would exclude graduate assistants from their proposed unit. Mcgill said graduate assistants are employss of the universities, The fact of whether they are students or not is irrevcleznt." Iwo other groups have petitioned bor elections in their respective separate units. BOTH THE Florida Nurses Association and the UF Law Faculty Association had representatives there. Four more groups -the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences,. the J. Hullis Miller Health Center,. the Engineering Faculty Association from UP and the FSU Law School Faculty Association sent representatives to the hearing. All have been designated as interested parties seeking intervention in the collective bargaining process. "WE'RE GOING to have to conibine and consolidate separate bargaining units." Mack said. Tuesday's meeting was an eftbrt 'a hold all hearings simultaneously to avoid separate hearing and testimony from each prospective bargaining unit. Each of the six groups felt they should be considered as separate units in elections for a collective bargaining agent because of a d Iterence in Iundmng or status as a professional school. "THERE should be a professional unit or units," Bill Vanderereek. FSU law faculty association chairman, said. "The realities are there, that no small group will be approved," Vanderereek said. The next step in the collective bargaining struggle will conic Jan. 31 when the Public Employes Commission will again hold informal hearings. "NARROWING issues" will be the theme of the nuxt hearings,. according to Cathy Brindell,. commission legai counsel. Matters such as what kind of testimony to hear, whet to hear it,. and unit size will be discussed. By TOM SHRODER AllfrsterStaN Wrlier Dark visions of mass lay-offs for career service personnel and graduate assistants may become a reality if UP can not come up with more than $1.7 million. An accounting by Gerald Schaffer. assistant to the vice president for administrative affairs, shows in spite of austerity measures Formal hearing dates have not been set. but pay for the hearing officer when such a hearing is held was aruged. THE PROSPECTIVE units and agents will be forced to pay between 1150 and $250 per day to the hearing officer. Osborne voiced disapproval of the system of paying for the heating officer. "I've never been in a situation where we pay for the hearing officer." he said. A member of the commission is likely to become the hearing officer. "This is a very important case." Brindell said. "You don't want to wait foreici" she said, but warned of the danger of progressing so fast that people get lost. importation of oil will likely make the situation even worse. Victor Yellen. assistant to the vice president for academic affairs, said the lay-off of 30) probationary career service employs could save SI million. Hanson said, 'Above all we want to protect people. but if there were no other way, service personnel would have to go before graduate assistanlts."' A closQ3 oo -" --''---.c With ronpestals strewn at his feet, the Swami Muktononda -a Far Easterm spiritual leader -~ mingled with blissful followers during the f irs two doysolbhiastoy fin Gcinwsville. In addition to religious observonces, the Swami wpoke at the J. Wayne Reinz Union last night. He will remain in Goinesvllle through the week. already put into effect. UF Is $1.7 million short of meeting conmittments for the 1974-75 school year. ALREADY UP has frozen operating capital funds, reduced expense budgets by live per cent aid most recently shin down cooling units in most campus buildings and limited heating to the morning hours. UP Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said savings from nmeasurcs already put into effect could amount to 11.69 million out of the total deficit of 13.4 million. The remaining deficit is described by Dr. Robert Bryan. UF vice president lot academic affairs, as a "figure we can not reach."' EVERY YEAR UF is required to return to the university system 2.5 per cent, or about 11.6 million, in unused salary appropriations. Due so the system's financial problems, the Board of Regents required the return of an additional 2.7 per cent, or $1.7 million. UP has so far managed to raise halt the normal $1.6 million, and none of the additional amount. A 5700.000 utility deficit and a S200,O00 deficit in appropriations for graduate student salaries round out the 53.4 million total deficit. A RECENT rate hike may ''crease the utility deficit by as much as 5450.000 and higher tariffs on the IN A MONDAY meeting, Hanson, Bryan. Yellen, Schaffer and other high level UF administrators discussed ways to meet the academic cniss. They arranged a meeting for next week between UP and university system officials to discuss possible solutions. High on the list of possible solutions is allowing slack in the J. Hillis Miller Health Center and Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences budgets to be distributed directly to UPF. Ordinarily, any surplus in these two separate budgetary units would go back to the system and them it is divided up among the nine state universities. ANOTHER HOPE of administrators is the reclanution and redistribution of surplus funds that might exist in the Florida State University (FSU) budget. FSU was overhanded by 2.7 per cent based ori this year's enrollment figures. Meanwhile. Bryan is asking the deans of UF's academic colleges to come up with savings amounting to 2.8 per cent of their total operating budget through mew savings in ctpense and salary funds. Bryan said he does not expect the request to be met, but wanted to make sure everything possible was being done at the coliqge level to save money. IL How much wors e ? Swami visits

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Wedrt.doy Jantiary IS, 1975 nominates L evi, Coleman WASH INU I ON (UJPI) -President Fore formally an-. nounced Tuesday his nomination of University of Chicago President Edward H Levi to be attorney general and Philadelphia lawyer William T. Coleman to be transportation secretary. At the same unmt. White House press secretary Ron Nessen said Ford had senit to the Senate his nomination of Jamies T. Lynn, secretary ol Housing and Urban Development. to be Iuge appredtby the Senate, Levi would succeed William B. Saxbe as head of the Justice Department; Coleman would replace Claude S. Drinegar. who has resigned elective Feb. I; and Lynn would take over private business. from Roy Ash, who is returning to Younger, more liberal Congress convenes WASHINGTON (UPN) -The 94th Congress convened Tuesday ii a ceremonial opening, quickly followed by a partisan political fight in the Senate and a move to oust an entrenched chairman in the House. At non. n te eornate chambers where gallre re= ouse Dem0ocrats, their ranks swollen by young, aggressive reformers. took steps toward breaking up the chamber's oldtime power structure. Rep. Henry Reuss, D-Wis., announced he would challenge the dean of the House. Rep. Wright Patman of Texas. for the chairmanship of the House Banking Committee, Notably absent was resigned as Chairman Committee Rep. Wilbur Mills, fl-Ark., who of the House Ways and Means Isra e: war im min ent (UP!) -Israel said Tuesday Egypt and Syria now have more planes and tanks than any Western nation except the United S states .and the superpowers cannot prevent another war in the Middle East. Information Minister Aharon Yaryv told a visiting Italian delegation that Cairo and Damascus have lOW warplanes and 4 50I0 tanks at their disposal for another round of fighting He said this was more than any NATO country except the United States. "And therefore, the superpowers are in no position at present to prevent an outbreak of war in the region." Yariv 'aid. His conmuments were reported in a government comnSoviets \/r --~i~~ LLA N J CaNGEP -~W irt Ed tor capsule ~t 'f1 r Mo re hit IlLtg S layoffs .economy S(UPI) -More layoffs and a record low for consumer confidence were reported Tuesday, but President Ford and the Congress prepared a pump-priming fight against unemployment. sagging sales and shrinking production. Reaction to Ford's $47 billion proposal to stimulate the economy got generally good reviews. Thie dollar increased in value on European exchange markets. But there were fears his energy package would result in even more inflation by increasing gasoline aiid fuel oil prices as much as IS cents a gallon. And prices on the stock market generally dropped. In a major new cutback, Aluminum Co. of America said it was laying off 800 persons at eight plants in Texas. Tennessee. Washington and North Carolina in a reduction Sto 91 per centof capacity of primary aluminim production. In Mohine. Ill. Deere & Co. said it will lay off 300 of 7,80 farm machine workers at a Dubuque, Iowa plant in the next 30 days. The company said it already idLed 100 workers at Ottuniwa, Iowa. Meanwhile, the Conference Board, a New York based business research group. said consumer confidence in the U.S. econoniy eroded steadily since last spring and hit a record low in November and December. misses Iimited nuclear strike. disiuptimg the econim' .ni kAlimi Icewer than sis iliti Americans In ( (ngression ii tescinong lucsdas .lclsingei seid the pvrchological im pact ot such ad trike nt uld result in an initial loss of confidence in the government. but the nation gould urie and the people would re-establs normal le BECAUSE MOST ci the strategic forces of this country are based in remote areas, far away from major urban areas. 99 per cent ol the manufacturing capacity of the U S would vurvive. Schlesinger said. "In the first example of a selective counter force strike by the Soviet Union -in which they attack nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine bases and strategic Air (ommiand finds o ppos ition in Congress WASHINGTON (UPN) -Congressional Democrats arid some Republicans indicated Tuesday they oppose President Ford's plan to cut fuel consumption by making it more expensive and feel any tax cut should go only to those on the lower end of the pay scale. While unable to agree on a solution to fuel consumption -some did call for rationing -many Democrats said .FORD MONDAY night proposed a S30 billion increase im energy taxes and tariffs, which likely would bring an immediate gas price increase and boosts in heating oil and other fuels. Particularly concerned were the Congressmen from New England, which depends heavily on imported oil. Ford has the power to impose his 53 per barrel tariff increase on imported oil, but any new taxes on domestic oil would have to go through Congress. "Without question." said Sen. Edward NM. Brooke, RMass., in a telegram to Ford. "The imposition of a tariff system would place a disproportionate burden of what should be a national effort on the shoulders of New Englanders." REP SILVIO 0. Conte, R-Mass., added, "IF thll country needs energy conservation, then we ought to go with gas rationing. That's the only program that would treat everyone equally without dumping costly penalties oii New England." Others objected on the grounds that the poor would have to shoulder the burden of higher gas and fuel prices. "I'm opposed to rationing gasoline based on an in dividual's ability to pay and that is what the President is proposing.' said Sen. 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Schlesinger told a Pentagon news conference, The SS-IS, which can carry eight independently targeted nrheads ,ith a total payload of 15.000 pounds. easily surpassed the largest U.S. missile. Schlesinger also defended the possiblity the U.S night have to invade Middle Eastern oil producing counties, but only in a grave emergency such as the "imminent collapse of the Westr econo, Ford's fuel plan Ford deploy U.S

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Th. lnd.pnd.nt RodS. AiIF~aor, W.d~.sday. J.no.ry 15. 197$, P~. s Company interviews scarce as jobs disappear By TERRI SALT Aliptr StalffWrlit., Job interviews for UP students have been cancelled by IS per cent of major U.S. companies because of the lagging economy. UF PlacementDirector Maurice Mayberry said more than 35 of 250 major companies, including Honeywell Inc. The Bell System. RCA and United Engineers and Constructors. have cancelled employment recruiting interv ies. "THIS CAN directly be attributed to the economy," Mayberry said. The demand for college graduates follows the trend of the economy with less than three month'S lag. Cancellations began the end of fall quarter and are continuing, he said. Employers reviewed their profit figures at the end of December and took a second look at their employes. Mayberry explained. "MANY EMPLOYERS like-Standard Oil of California filled their needs inl the fall. Others were forced by the economy to stop hiring additional employes." Clay Fisheroand Joel Colvani "blow their horns" to keep unauthorized vehicles out of tie Phi Koppo Theta parking lot off 1ath Street NW, behind their fraternity house. Little did they know they were gathering on audience with their impromptu concert. Htpwever, there is an increase in small companies desiring employee interviews. "These are basically specialized companies." Mayberry said. INCLUDED IN the list of new companies vjhich have scheduled interviews are General Atomic Company, the Environmental Protection Agency. Geological Survey, and Analytic Sciences Corporation. "The nontechnical fields in liberal arts and general business have been hit the hardest." Mayberry said. Jobs in more technical fields including accounting and engineering are less difficult to flnd, but problems are increasing. ACCOUNTING chairman john Simmons said. "I haven't noticed any problems in the past quarter." However. Simmons predicted a 10 per cent decrease in demand for accounting majors within the next few quarters. Dr. Don Halperin. chairman of building construction, said difficulties in placing graduates began last quarter,. APPROXIMATELY half of the December graduates had jobs had graduation. Many students found eniploynment -but not in jobs as managers of construction, which is what they are trained to do. Halperin said. "Residential construction is slow, and therefore the number of people needed in building construction is lower." Halperin added that several jobs outside the state were turned down by students who refused to leave Ftorida. -HALPERIN predicted that March and June graduates would probably find jobs. Mayberry said the Job market in the healthrelated professions is good. Lucille Wilson. assistant dean of tile nursing college, said, "Employment for nurses has traditionally not been dillicuit. We have not had problems placing nurses in lohs." SHE ALSO NOTED that there is an increase in the nuniber of people with unrelated undergraduate degrees who apply to nursing and other medical fields because their own fields are overcrowded. In describing the job opportunities for law graduates assistant dean of the law college. Dean Bunch, said, 'The market is holding tip surprisingly well" BUNCH SAID 61 out of III fall graduates had jobs at graduation. The Departnient of Labor reported 30.000 new attorneys ini 1973, with 16,500 jobs available per year from now until 1980. Burnch said. "There is a surplus of lawyers. Law graduates will find jobs through perseverance and their own credentials." he said. MAYhERBY explained that slunips in job recruiting have occured in the past. The peak in graduate placement occured in 1%6S and 1%69. when 60 per cent of graduating seniors had jobs at graduation, he siad. A slump followed in 1970 and 1971 with 35 to 40 per cent placed in jobs at graduatior RECRUIITING activity increased so that froni 1971 until the present, 45 to 50 per cent had jobs at graduation, he said. MEASURES are being taken to help students find jobs, including the development of placement committees in individual college departments. The UF placement center is cooperating with the Florida State Employment Service Job Rank so students can daily see job openings in northeast Florida. Students will also be able to see job openings across the state on a weekly printout. Mayberry said. Admissions halt worries colleges, high schools Bly LESLIE GOLAY and JO LAURIE PENROSE Alligator Staff Writer. Florida community college presidents and high school prinicpals expressed concern Tuesday over the temporary freeze on ad.imission to state universities. The Board ol Regents tHOR) issued a ttemp~orory moratorium On admissions during their Janurary meeting in St. Petersburg Monday. THlE PRESEIDENT of Pensacola Junior College. T. Felton Harrison. said. "'The freeze won't work. We must send our students some place in Florida. They have to go to some institution, and they must make sonme other ipiace for them to go." Harrison said the freeze was "slightly unrealistic.'' "There will be many who will want to go to the state universities, just as my children will.' he said. "They will have to relax this Ireeze"' President Benjamin R. Wygal of Florida (onmnunity College in Jacksonville said all the community colleges in the state arc also mn a bind with financial problems and cutbacks WYGAL SAID it community college transfer students' applications are closed off to the state universities, then it will cause a tremendous problem. "The entire state university and community college system has been worked as a cornbined system under the arituclation agreement. The agreement guarantees community college graduates with associate arts degrees admittance to a state university," Wygal said. This agreement gives community college students priority before new students of any kind, whether freshmen or out of state students, according to Wygal. "Freshmen can take advantage of the community college programs." he said. "OUR STATE educational system of cooperation under the articulation agreement has been a national model." Wygal added. Dr. Alan J. Robertson, president of Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville said 80 per cent of those students who receive an associate of arts degree at Santa Fe go on to UI. (See 'reaction' page five) FRESH PRODUCE DAILY UNTRY BOY'S MARKET 214 N.E 16 Ave. IS MILK Ioat or reg. ..$1 .55Ig FRESH WHITE AND BROWN EGGS DANNON YOGURT ALL FLAVORS TOMATOES VINE RIPE 2k/b. or 41,/1 S AVOCADOS ..3/*1 NAVAL ORANGES swEEL.$2.OOI/i WE ACCEPT FOOD COUPONS .00 .00 Bu. Don homn Buikwockeu, is now Th. 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Electric bills going up again due to new oiltariff By BRUCE MORRIS Alligator Staff Writer ityv of Cainesv iile residents u ill probably pay an extra 15 to 6 on their monthly bill because of a SI to 13 pei barrel uaritt increase in lorcign crude Oi Ihis speculation was gtten by George l indsey, assistant 01 the general manager of the Regional I. tiht ucs Board.It is based or an average useage of I .00) kilowatt hours ot electricity per month. Lindsey saidl The Ireene on state university admissions 'hould be lifted by Jan. 24 or 25. Stale University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said Tuesday. Maul, called a special meeting of the r .5 ROBER T MAUTZ I hope wecan liftthe freeze By JOLAURIE PENROSE Alligator Staff Writer A I m ss ions officials at universities a round the 'fate expressed little concern over the B.,ard of Regents action Monday putting a tenmporarn freere iii university admissions. Risritng enrollment at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. .which has an enirollmelLnt of only 4.00, will he difficult to do. .according to Ben Campbell, director of iddmi ss ions. "IN AN urban center it uieuld be difficult. btit we iall comply as much as anyone else." lie said Robert tt tt. director of admissions at the t'nnersitt ot South Florida (USF). said USF 'sould ailsi comply siith the ruling. "T'hw 'ie the Board of Regents. so we'll lise to Ine tip to the ruling.'' Levitt said. lIE SAID the impact of the decision would depend or how long the admissions freeze lasts. "The longer it goes. the more impact it ttotid have. However. we will continue pro.'essmg all applications," he said. Willis Cald,&elI. director of' admission at I'lorida Slate UnisensitytFSU) in Tallahassee,. 'aid FlU alrc'jdy had sonme limitation on its enrollnwnt. "WE9'E HAD limitations for the past 15 or 20 "ears. and I d idn't think it would pose any great problems." he said,. Lam iThorburn. director ol' admnions at UJF WiI I also he affected t, thc tariff although its clectricus' is supplied by Hlor a I-red Sansr F lorada Ponser listriit nm .nagcr. could nt gn e any hgu res hut said UF's cltectric rate' would rise due to the t arniI LiF as .drcady anticipating a $I %* miilliln utilities d1eticit this year., ,hadh w a' aggravaredI 'hen Florida Power w;as granted a .3 per cent rate increase by the Publice '>ervice onimiussion. E-Uecutuae Vice President Harold Hanson announ(ed Monday that most tJF air conHoard ol Regents (BOR) finance committee bor Jan. 23 ''to review the steps we'll take for this fiscal year and next fiscal year. I hope we can lit the freeze at that time,' he said. THE ROR imposed the freeze on the university admissions at its monthly meeting Monday It instructed universities to contne oesig admissions but not to send The purpose of the freeze. Mautz said. as t e tra any options we might have fir new Goiv. Reubin Askew ordered all state agencies, including the university system to cut their operating budgets because state revenues are below anticipated levels. ACCORDING to Maurz, he has already cut $4, million. He must cut 53.5 million more, a cut he said would be difficult. Maut, said he hopes no existing programs will have tobeeliminated. but programs tobe inaugurated or scheduled to be expanded will have to be halted. The universities do not know yet how much ofthe additional 13.5 million they will have to absorb. Maut, said he will have those 'igures by the Jan 23 meetM Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton,. said he didn't foresee any problems. "We only have 7,000 students now, and a limitation of 15.000, he said. DAN CHAPMAN, registrar at Florida Technological University in Orlando, felt money might be the cause of the action. 1 think it probablyhadtodowith the state 'I the universities financially.' he said. Funding right now seems to be off." The regents' ban on admissions probably won'tt have any effect on the University of West Florida (UWF). according to Cyr'i Maynard. director of registration and records. UWF JUST closed registration for winter quarter, according to Maynard. "I they tell us to hold the admissions for spring quarter there '.on't be a big effect on us because we depend on junior college transfers for most at our students,' he said. Junior college, which are on the semester system xwill not enter UWF during spring quarter. AT FLORIDA International University in Miami IFIU) admissions officer Doug Hartnagel felt there would be no effect on riU 'in the short run" from the decision. "It wot really affect us. but it might worry sonme students in the community college 'ho plan to transfer to irate universities. Where do the' go from here?" he said,. Harnnagel said since Miami is a large metropolit an area, en' long-range freeze cit admissions probably itould base an affect on Flu. 1iitimnii om4T~ S wouiilt he sh ut l~i a m mcdiatels anid licitinc wkiiLI L ilit(I' HE SAID he hoped to ae .as much as S25().(X0 hi this imeasu re G Li resv illec re''idents now p a; j37. 54)a mhonih for I (XX) kilo" at t s according to ILndses I he new ttiel adlustmient charge woulId increase th is charge Ih e to six tenths a penn per kiloitatt hour. he said [hr present tuel adjustment us 113 of' the $37 5) mionthly charge ACCORDING to Lindsey. the increase would be gradual as new stocks ol crude oil Although some natural gas is used. Lindsey said, the utilities board uses mostly oil and all of it is imported President Ford announced Monday night he will raise the tariff on imported crude oil. The increase will be SI in February. 12 an By JOE MORAN Alligator StafWrite. TheUniversity Police Departmet(UPD) is pursuing a follow-up investigation of dorm thefts which occured last week, according to Gene Watson. chief investigator. Twel ye dorm rooms were burglarized between Saturday and Monday. EACH OF THE thefts was committed during late night or early morning hours while the occupants were sleeping in their unlocked rooms Watson said there were no suspects as of Tuesday afternoon ''This is not a haven free from crime,"' Watson said. 'Students have to assist us in security." WATSON ADDED sudent "ae to be conscious of their environment. We've had dorm thefts for years.'. Director of Housing James Hennesey said no official action has been taken by Housing (in the matter. 'We were just congratulating ourselves for doing so well over break," Hennesey said. As soon as we opened the dorms, the students get ripped off.'' IJENNESEY SAID the only 'tay for the Vete ra ns MWL) CA n act the tarni w ht ib g CS iou .1 .appm' a I be cause ot emiei gen, pnoter, hlranted to the president tinder a 1% [he Florida Energy (ommittee I as tol Tuesday that the average florida household ilsmg I ,00 kilow atis of' elect ricit w ou eapetence aSS5 monthly electric ball mecece [he aari would raise the price ol hici t Floridians approximately 1285 miilhon ic cording to energy expert Keith Beats Florida imports most of its residual 01 nil production. The committee adopted a resolution irwnm that a percentage of the tariff be returniedi to the states based on their dependence upon foreign oil. thefts to be prevented was for students to lock their doors at night. Phil Sheuerman, a resident assistant in Broward Hall where two of the thefts occured. said several Broward residents stayed awake Monday night to watch for theives. "Unless you patrol the halls, there's not much else you can do." Sheuerman said. MARTHA VARNES, UPD investigator offered advice on how to keep dorm thefts toa mhitimumi: report suspicious persons in the dorm areas keep doors locked, even If you are going to he away frcnm your room for a short time *don't keep large amounts of money, and hide what you do keep record serial numbers of all valuables While the thefts have been centered miainI on west campus dormitories, housing officials in other areas are not unconcerned about the thefts. Ken Harrison, a Jennings hall resident assistant, said he was going to post warnings on his floor asking students to lock their rooms. "I wouldn't call a floor meeting Over it. but I'm going to talk to our hall advisor about getting something done," Harrisor said. loa n program m receives final approval By DOUG HATCH Allipator Staff Writer The new 14600 tuition loan program for veterans gained final approval from the Office of Management and Budget last week. Te loan program, in a provision of the new GI kill Congress passed last moth provides 'eterans with $600 in annual loans for tuition. Approval by the White House agecy charged with oseeing and approving all federal programs is seen as one of the last major obstacles to be crossed. Roli Grwh Coordinator of UP' Veterans Affairs said. Fuqus, D'Altha, said he was told that the loan program was held up by the agency for several weeks after Congress approved it in Dec. The onporm n nvtrn legislation is part of te bill rising veean benefits by 23 per cent and Incttasing the time benefits Will be paid, Growth said. No word has bee. received jocafly of how the money will be paid, in what mnwints, to whom. or when the program will start Grwh ad "I don't have aough experience with the cuturc do flwmi c GROSTH. ho hd ben intouc w h frame that puts us in, i peils the prCgrU' GRO WSrH.nt wofhad een i uch withred," Groseth said. "But I am glad we the ashngtn ofic ofU.S Re.Dn have got this far" End of January seen for admission f reezelit UP inves tigating rise in wee ken d dorm th efts College of fici als react to admis sion res tric tions

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Th. nd.pnndent Florid. AIgotor Wedn.d&y Jonuary 15. 197$. Peg. Direct book ordering policy set for spring There isa lot of difference between apples and oranges but the system is the some, the honor system. The honor apply system, where students grabbed five cent apples from unwatched bins, died ten years ago. Elaine Sheffield, 7ED has developed on honor orange system. There enough oranges to make Elaine's system work, but is there enough honor9? Beet hoven symphony set for Marstfon inaUguration The Fourth Annual President's Festival of Music at UF will begit wi, a special performuance of Beethove's Ninth Symphony. The opening performance which will be held at 8:15 p.m. will comnmemorrate the inauguration of Robert 0. Marston. The 80-member University Symphony Orchestra and 250-voice Festival Cborus will give a repeat perftrnance the following evening under the direction of Peter Herman Adler. director of opera at the Juilliard School ot Music FEATURED guest soloists are soprano Veronica Tyler. associate professor of music at UF. tenor loho McCollumn,chairman of the vocal department at the University of Michigan School of Music, bass Noel Tyl. aid Mezzo Soprano Narvellec Carisge. The festival will continue on Feb. 14. 21 and 28. All concerts will be in the University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. On Feb. 14 Brass soloist Rich Mattesori will perform with the University Jazz Band. On Feb. 21 the Symphonic Band will feature the conductor of the United States Air Force Hand. Col. Arnold D). Gabriel, pianist David Bar-Illan will close the Festival on Feb. 28. B, GLORIA AKEL Alligator StaFf WrIter HCL'inmg spt ng qultili iaults members mai$' (nte again send 1he' books orders dliiectlo to ais if thr thiec local bookstores, he ncw book ot dcrInL! pohcy will also require the ( impus Shop and Bookstore. Ma hi is, and C the Florid a Hook 'tore to ii n mog, aph copies ol all isrders they receive and place them im comipetmrg book stores, Robert A. Bryan. vice-p esident for academic affairs, said. SINCE FALL term, all orders have been placed through the liceie ot Academic Atlairs and made available to other stores upon request The academic affairs otfice has been elminated from the ordering process. Until former UF President E.T. York ordered the current policy last May. faculty members could give exclusive orders to the Campus Shop. The change. which according to York prevented the Campus Shop from being in unfair competition with the other stores,. required the Campus Shop to share their list of anticipated book needs with other stores in the area. UNTIL THIS year, preference was given to the Campus Shop for all orders. David Bauldree, textbook manager of the Florida Bookstore, said the policy of dealing directly with the faculty could be helpful to them if orders are made at least six to eight weeks before the beginning of the term. I.his woild mcain faculty members should Iheii inow to maki' their books liss he said. Ii(Wl-VER, I homas /canah. mi.nager ci MIaLone., salid orders dni(reelIy irom, the latults would be ,i "farce." Hr said a cennah/e perOn Or giotip 5s needed to coor lilite thi Tnmel of books ordered. It been, he same this quarter that it has bee, n t thr last 20 years." /canah said. Sitm Getren. manager of the Campus Shop, 's 'i irC-regStratiOfl and valid enrollment estimates were partially responsible bor a inire adequate supply of books ordered this quarter. HE SAID there was some corumunication between bookstores this quarter which aided in ordering the appropriate number of books. Most professors don't come in the store to see what's here before they order" Bauldree sai. ,t'w ad most of what people Bauldree said he was not aware of the new policy and didn't think any agreement was made that would require him to share his list. ALL THREE bookstore managers agreed prices are higher than ever this quarter. "It appears that publishers are putting in a lot of price changes row before any government controls are enforced." Bauldree said. The managers said prices of many books have gone up 10 per cent and higher since last quarter. reaction (From page three) We are concerned that the freeze will make a problem for our students who want to transfer.' he said. James Gollatschcck, president of Valencia tonmmunity College in Orlando. said the Ireene was a good move, but it would make problems for the community college which a ll have to handle an increase in applications uha decreased budget Our budget has been cut back, also and wc smay ,.ell have put limit on our students rse't fol. Gollattscheek said. y he legislature must look to the overall problem ci higher education, and the people of Hlorida must decide ii they are illing to psv ins taxes for higher education. Gollaftcecek saiid. GOLLATTSCHECK said if there is any uncertainty as to how many students the tmihersities can take, then a freeze on admiiss5m 1% a wise move because 'You can't tell students yes anid then say no. i IDallahassee Contnmunty Clee Presiden itn the number ci students ho should enter, thes should inkii ol i-ed tcti' the aumb er ol enitcriin lrcshmnii uther than, the junior college students. d d sth t hi s *How ever. our un iert aui hei adt this i nist I tempo. Jry m ea %t e. L aded W feel it'll wsork tif ot. M ItEISRA oh mI Sic r at th I li1 a "ill oiuh Ic tempoi~~rair% \acoidtiag to Ste, .i pe1 cent ot the Hi~, ~lool pimeiipal' .rotiind the state '~cic ol n d o 'Cl l w' ~ho phi i to cradiat~e this msomt ii als frths gradtiatinsg in June. Hig ScoolinTallahasse said th of rwil l affect us tremendously." SIXTY STUDENTS from Rickard plan to attend state universities in the fall, but the 15 to 20 students who graduate early plan to go ini the spring quarter. Poulson said. "I don't know what will happen if they can't go. They can go ahead and work, but there aren't any jobs either," Poulson said. Tampa Robinson principal Pete Davidson said, 'It is unfortunate, but I cati see the necessity with the state of the economyy" DAVIDSON said of 30 seniors graduating isext week, only nine have already beer accepted to state universities. "The others will be affected because they will have to stay out for a quarter.' he said. Principal Dan Boyd of Gainesville High 'School said the freeze will have a profound citect on, the students if it continues through September. when a large number plan to cntcr UP. ACCORDING to Boyd, the BaR prefers four-year institutions to stress uppcr division education at the junior, senior, and graduate lescis. rather than freshman and sophomore. DrRoy Canmpbell. principal of Nova High School in, Ft. Lauderdale. said the freeze "as distressing because is nma' drive students to prin rte colleges where education is more lie pr oblem ith a freeze in the iii ddle ot the 'ear is the effect on ongoing preus It aflects people on contract. The itole losses "ill make it Limd it tough." .P K o g seniors pi obabh wont be iffedred hs lhe iiee'e since most of then, .lrcad' hae their .sppicat ions in. according to Di. Noisc' Baldwmn "ho is im charge of P.K i nce adm, ssioins at LI-. Gainesville to administer w rit ten aff irmat ive a ction By DOUG HATCH Afllgator Staff Writer City Manager B. Harold Farmer unveiled an lil-page affirmative action plan for Gainesville Monday. required to be written by the Atlanta Office of the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. "Although city government has long sought to fulfill the principles of affirmative action, a formal plan is presented because of federal law and directives, and to make this a matter of public record," Farmer said. rAMMER SAIl. the plan goes beyond the minimums set up by the federal government in offering equal employment and training benefits for city employes and recruitment of new employes. The plan. which will be administered by a seven-personi Affirmative Action Plan Adnmiistration. calls tor re-training of employs wishing to go into new careers and a recruiting program for white females, blacks and Spamish-Americans. 'The city cannot guarantee its employs equal abilities, but it can and does guarantee equal opportunities to fulfill the abilities they do have." the pledge printed in the front of the plan states. QUOTAS FOR the employment of white females, black males anid females and Spanish-Amuerucan males and females (those with Spanish surnamesJ) have been Set OUt m the plan for both the city go' ernnment and the Rewional Utilities Board. A total ot 651 whues. 244 blacks and 44 pe~rn ',irh Spanish surnames are scheduled to he hired or promoted to higher jobs in the 'Ian. etfectise up to Dec. 31, 1978. The quotas. which the city will try to fill when openings arise within the city government, will last for the three-year period when a new plan will be submitted, Farmer said. "-AN EMPLOYE who is trying to grow is a better employs. even if such growth subsequently causes him or her to leave city employment to go to better opportunities." the plan states. The city will send recruiters around to Florida's universities and colleges to acquaint students with the benefits of working in Gainesville, Farmer said. While (he city will not create jobs to fill the quotas. or fire people to fill the quotas. Farmer said he considers that all of the goals ot the plan will be met because or the normal turnover. 'The plan conforms to all federal law and guidelines except for white females in administrative positions where the turnover is lower." Farmer said. Health chief seks U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary or Health IDr. Stuart HI. Altman wiN spe'ak tonight in the Holland La'. Center Auditorium at 7. Sponsored by Accent '75 and the economics dIepartmuent. the lecture is second in a series entitled Economics Issues ol tbe '70's. Altman's talk will cover rhe Ecormcs of Health ( are, Altman, an expert in health care delivery systems. is involved in the development of a national health care program. 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Pn .k~w.d.n .AIII.S.t.h.,r IS 1975 Honor Court clears two SG officers of power abuse fly STUART EMMRICH of 1225 per quartet which BI An Honor Couart investigating committee, charged .ith The als a ia e perbson nnnmining the branches of Student Government ft. possible byFGile W slknd he busim signs of abuse of power, Monday gave passing marks to the overspending in their alloca offices of the student body treasurer and Student Government He said special seating at TPe committee report, prepared by comrmitlee chairman mr Key sponsoring the t and student senator Ken Ofgang, said an investigation of the Ogn adh a n two branches turned up no 'irregularities" i their thi ti4e." hsa no OFGAZ4G said he was "pretty well convinced" that neither TREASURER Greg Sher Treasurer Greg Sherman or SGP Chairman Steve Block had cmittee for maintaining r misused their power while an office, student. ttesad h We found nothing that we could possibly sThi xpne csitee said Shfe, wrongdoing. Opgng sabeen held to a reasonable The committee of Ofgang and eight undergraduate investigators was formed Nov. 8 by Honor Court Ciincellor THE COMMITrEE also Robert Hamrs, who said at the time the investigation was wrongdoing in the treasurer necessary because of "a growing number of aliqgations and The committee did point complainst as to the arbitrary abuse of SG offices by SG possible abuse and suggested officials. Duplicating equipment ALThOUGH Hamrs said the complaints mainly centered availiable to any SG official aI on charges of political favoritism in the selection of cabinet kept stating the purpose of officers and the overspending of the ACCENT phone budget. Th e report recommended he said the committee would investigate all branches of SG. The reports on the treasurer and SGP w-rt Law, media the first to be completed and released, and Ofgang said the comnitiec was till examining the other offices. UF Colleges of Medicine He said he expected the entire report would be completed develop a program for ma by the end of the quarter. increasing appreciation of The investigation of SOP induded an examiatiou, of terrelationshtips of the two expenditures, the complimatary tickets policy, staff exLa Prfso Walter Pn penses, and the possibility of any preferential seating at SGP appointment in the Collej concrts-Community Health and Far 7The committee examined the long distance phone budget program. charge ock etpiamned was an important n-to-person and must be okayed 5ss manager. mittee hound no evidence of tion. the America and Greg Aliman r-Faeity Council and Florida irpose in further investigation at man received praise from the egular office hours each day for rman has not travelled at SG and his long distance calls "have ost. said it had found "no apparent 's handling of expenditures." out onearnof what it said was legislation to help correct it. in the treasurer's office is night, and there are rno records such use. that these records be required. cine linked and Law are combining efforts to dicul and law students aimed at the challenges, ethics and in. professions. obern has received a joint faculty ge of Medicine's Department of mily Medicine to help develop the WHAT'S HAPPENING Dy STEVE PROCKO CIA ELECTIONS: tonight at 9 p.m. the Chinese International Association meets in the 1. Wayne Reitz Union, ruonm 346. For further information call 378-4823. BE WITh MUETANANDA: at an ope. house through Friday from 6-9:30 am. at 505 NE 5th Ave. and 5-7:30 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation. For further information call 3768 70. PRASADAMI free East Indian Vegetarian Feasts, every night at 6 pim. at the Hare Krishna Temple. 921 S. Depot Ave. Bhaktt-yoga and Bhagavad Gita classes are .1wo featured. CHANNEL S'S COME TOGETlIER: UF Business Dean Robert Lannillott i and St udent Consum er A ffairs representative Dan Lobeck will be featured on Cluaunel S's "Come Together' Wednesday night at 11. The economic situation and how it affects students will be discussed. UNDERSTANDING YOUR SEXUAL SELF: will be the topic for discussion tonight at 7:30 in the I. Wayne Reitz Union launge, room 122-123. INTRODUlCI'ORY TALK: tonight at 7:30 entitled "How To Make Your Ufe Work, avid Why Aren't You Happy," at 2180 SW 34th St For further information phone 372-.4231 or 3764531. MARRIED STUDENT CENTER: is sponsoring a talk entitled "How to Improve Your Marriage' tonight at 7:30 at 1320 W. University. For further information phome 377-8125 or 392-1171. BASKETBALL PEF CLUD: will meet tonight at 7:i0p.m. an the Florida Gym. room 222. For further information call 3721610. INTRODUCTORY SMOKER: Block and BAddle, will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Livestock Pavillion off Archer Road. Folio' ing the meal there till be a slide show of the club's activities. PEE-VET CLUB: will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical Fnginecrimg Bldg. room 211. For further information call 377.2395. PSYCBOLWGY CLUE: will meet tonight at S in the Psychology Bldg. room 151. For huriher information call 3776912. LIBERTARtIAN PARTY: will meet tonight at 8 in the J. Wayn1e Rcitz Union, room 347. For further information call 376-6746. LANGUAGE AND LIT CLUE: presents Thomas Maren. Department of Pharmacology, speaking on "Opium in the Uves of Coleridge and de Quincey" tonight at 8 in the Architecture and Pine Arts Bldg. moan 103B. CONCERT: by Rabbi Schlomo Carlebach tonight at 8:30 in the Hillel Student Center. For further infbrmatiov, call 3722900. TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION: Is the aspIc .1 lh. heclms p.mhtd flight at 86i Shes Tablin ilqptanI, rs. H-411. F. turnhr hin .&.ele caB 495-2554. GERMAN FILM: Wilhelm Tcfl will be shown Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Architecture and Fine Arts Bldg. room lOSE. For further information call 392-2101. GAY. Men and women will meet at the Gay Community Service Center, located at 107 NW 15th Torr., on Thursday at 7 p.m. For further information call 372-1881. RAP LESSION: sponsored by the Citizen Advocacy Program will be held at the Center for United Ministries Thursday from 7-8 p.m. For further information call 378-1409. CIRCLE K: will meet at 6 pan. Thursday in the 1. Wayne Reinz Union. For further information call 392.8634. SIMULATED COMDATEES: will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in the 1. Wayne Reit: Union, room 346. For further information call 378-3434. 3LOODMODILE: will be located in the Plaza of the Americas TIhursday from 9:30 am, to 2:30 p.m. For further information call 377-69S. YOUNG DEMOCKATSh will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. an the I. Wayne Reitz Union. rocom 346. For further information call 373-7122. BEAM UP TO DEAlT TOWERS: for the Thursday meeting of the Star Trek Association for Revival. For further information call 392-8784. I Nf FElITY CITY TR tVII %!ITR AK.PLANiESHIP $23 W. UnlveruIty Ave. GcIneavllO, Na. 3M r -226 TRANSCEN DEN M EDITATiON TAL A~ ta4h~ b, Mi M.re. Th mL CIV! YOJ toitund -'or ~,. t.In,. of it,.1. A cI*anr sha,~., .d Gnsl.r gdti~OCton yut .6 i.,r I.n.Iy Id. -tfl~ ~4 W JAM ~3 *M -a tit "4' MTSRsMATIOMAI MIOITAriO tsoCIETY '0 n21. "iMR .M-f' NORT HFACE SELECTED SECONDS MINOR IMPERFECTIONS r nci maain. $Ma. e $gumU$3. nauuwCa -0MM vE iu w $21 P~6i BEE -muuCai urs. orn WE-PAQ Mf 4r me $uminsm 1 asALE LMiaiEMPUOST SmE STIK NY SALE ENDS JAN.22 GAINESVILLE STORE ONLi 1513 NW 131h St. 372-0521 .2 a If' your heating system has seen better days. ..replace it now. .. let us make a loan. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT U Ii. (IN Cs / 1200 S.W. Fifth Avenue Phne392-0393

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ICs + The lnd.p*nd.fl' Florida Ailigotor W.dnesdoy, Jonuory IS a 97$, Pug.? THE WHITE SHEIK On Jonuory 24. 397, ,he J Won. Reil, Union will Sponsor THE APPLE TREE An bEunnlnM nnhiM, P'"eay Th. New YV.k Tha. Compenoy NON-CREDIT COURSES Reglinfrotion Ic. cli workuhop. and lemoan. will lake ploc. in Ronm3, f hrn 9 00,o m. 'o 400 p m ,Jonuosy 6thrmugh Jonuory I7 students faculty and itoff member, ond lhir spouse. will hay. piorlty for 'l-*on -nrollment Irom Jonuory A'hiough January 0.O-nly alter' i-'simwill reisrotion b. open to other pernons. Dlu, to pric, and regiefrotion differenlolr, it will be necesay that .och person corn. to register with uppropriot. Identficollon. Enrollment for in. divlduol clan.s is limited and, $herefore, on.a first-comn. first-served bosis. Pensons may only register for themselve. Federdco FellIni's debut as a solo director p.rnsnt. pedhop. the freshest, most tender and naturalIstIc of hi. films. Th. film is o satir, onr glamour and delusion and tells 4h. story of a young couple who go to Rome for Iheim honeymoon. It also deais with two lamentt. which arw pieoet in every later FellIni film the shoddy reality behind .hovw bu.Jnes glamour and the medlocr. perform,.n who consider lhemseive, artists. WW. JANl.1II7:00: 9:30 OInner begIn, at 63 p m in ih,. I. Woyn. Reiti Union Bollonm and Is followed by o performance of three famous Anricon short starn.,, me' to music Tick.s availabl, at th. University Box 094kc. (Constant Theatr.J beginning Monday. Jofnuory 13th. U of F stud.ts MU5 Ge.,.r.I Fu&lIk MO.O 2MODKO M U That old college try. SIt can kill you. C -e THUSS, FRI. & ThUrs., 6:30; Fri1. & Sat .S 2ND FLOOR AUD. SAT. 3:30 00; 8: JAN. 16, 17 18 00; 11:00 50c ~AMEDEA NEW PATHS FOR SELF-DISCOVERY This Is the tirnt of a seven potseries of informiol Iectur.-discusulons on varloti, topics concerning personal growth and development, UNOESTANCIPG YOUISEXUJMF Go. Newmon, M.D. Palychlotst Laura Newnmon. aM.o Montage Coonselor WaD, JAN. II 7:30.9:30 p.m. Latin,. 12 a in JwEU FREE A)JO oEN TO ThlE PIJBUC sponsored by the I. Wayne Relti Union and student Mental Health staff Because registration for oil workshops and Insonsi. I consider your decision to *nroll final by 4.00 p.m. preceding the first C Ircumsntonc*L. A51mOIOGy I1tmu. Js. 2Mar 7.U-9:3OP.M. SJl. Muff. SI0.u0stdeas 3150 Nfroostue Wed. Jn. 22 -Mar. S 7:30-9:30P.M. anCTOR: SIngWstudene 73S--9:SP.M. lMdhUCR: Ads. Dm11l SILOS tedenis '10 N.,S-wditt C C SINNINGCHUS wa. setg stUtsudns IIM6,41n-t'dent -Jee.UC. 27mdP6 5.00nSud.et a NWNNINOOUJG M.Je.U0-Mar 7t10-9:S0PS 3100 iUdeh C. I GICW YUSWN Us. M $300NwUC ds0: limited, w. morn the wovkdng day scheduled close. Refunds will only be mod. under 4h. ("V1SUNG BANJO Thus.JMt2-Mre 7:S09,3 PM. Gall GIIIlple $1itU Bludents 11.00 N.0-4$dens /nsmIHG BANJO Tve. .Me21 -Me, 4 7:30--9:30P.M. INIURUCTOt TornMo-~ssdny ~2 MIMI: Wed. ion. S Me. S 7:309:3 pam. $5.NSludes PA" INTWGI 7:S1.9:-J .m.es INS1WtUCTS: $l0.u-d.-ts $1100 Ne-Iftdes "C -A C -4-'C -H-SOOCEY AND MAGIC Tue.Jan. 21-Maidh4 7.3O-9:r p.m. lnstnjctor: DIkI-I Jo Mulleu, $10.00 students $35.00 non-tludes) Man. Ja2. Feb. I7 7i:U 8:p.m. $20 Ne-g.Sena Pemsns br,.0hg hi Cau., Conuceed Wills Alcohllec .n .0. .e, e. 5hMw PmeS 1ma i1sey A.e Pd La IS Ye.r. 09 Ar. Im uo J n. .Mr hnd.II MI. $1000 students $It.0Nn-ShMd.,s Twes. JMe. 23 --Ner4 INSmUUOR: mendel Ref 4 1nes.JnlIMr 2t3-4:3 P4. INSimCTOR. WMell edieb. YOGA I Te. Jon l54 5 0--7 CPMN iflucotR beid MRee sic-. i'ud."s 110""-""4"'a YOGA METAIOW r.,Jae.21-Ab.4 I I U T bhed. S40tUd.uis9 hUM.-, kdett p ow YOU.SOWN ORGANICC turn. Js. 21 M. t 7:39:3 pa. StL0em PI.&al 'flu s.s -se. -ams* "d" A Man Escaped 74 75 CAMPUS GAMES HElTP UNION GAMES AREA Maria drama Eurip Cal la tic mc Ides' revenge. PasolIn?, I nto a pri| darkne One of s vi Ci stars e, an assIc Directed s In ada her pta first tion of drama about by Pier Peolo he story is developed I1t ive ri tual of ea rth .Roilling Stone cal led the year s ten best! BOWLING BILLARDS BRIDGE U R N A E T ABI F TE NNIS MON. JAN. 20 MSB AID. 7 :00 ; 9: 30 5Cc CHE SS TnURNA MFN T BEGINS JAN 20 LAST DAY TO REGFSTFR JAN 19 A young Reslstonce man faces death from hi. Nazi copters Iin Occupied Franc. His determinol.tio .wscp. evolve. with wdc h'eol*Mn ,,,,,ns. tatech sound 9111.4. shlrt, wit on owe, of doom and lmnminrn danger. The pov.dl acting by a no. pfe~d*"'*"i 'on 'i's l "ut to "'"""rdi""w '''."' .4dre Robert treso. Having been a prisooee of we.r i .Nai camp hiniself, ib1. film hose s special, peon.l m.enng for kge.n. Winner of l4,e Grand Pri:. Best Film of the Year for 19l7, from th. Pr."ch "'m hod''y SUN. JAN. 19 34D ROCt AD. 750 9.30 UtE 9 T sO a nd It 6 / /

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Pagi b.lndwpendent Modd MIlgotorWedosday, January IS, 1975s EDITORIAL Smile Congressmen have complained for years that they are at ad isadvant age in the Capitol Hill White House battle for public attention because of the President's ready access to the media. They say, when the President wants support for a new program, he simply has to request air time and he's on coast to coast television. But apparently these critics wish to deny the President access to the media rather than increase their own, because it is, ironically enough, Congress that restricts public access. Both houses have for years stuck by archaic rules that ban the use of cameras and microphones from the House and Senate floors and allow only a few hundred spectators at a time to view their proceedings. But all that may change soon if a resolution introduced by Montana Sen. Lee Metcalf is received favorably on the Hill. xMetcalf wants Congress to authorize a year-long coverage of floor sessions. The new resolution would allow a 60-day trial period with cameras stationed at strategic points around the capitol building, followed by continuous coverage of floor debates. The idea is to allow broadcasters to use excerpts from the taping in news shows, and permit live coverage in special circumstances. The resolution appears to be gaining some support in both houses but many of our "public" servants still stubbornly cling to their self-given right to conduct business in relative privacy. Critics say allowing cameras in the Senate and House chambers would turn Congress into a "media event," disrupting proceedings and possibly even affect the way members vote. They worry that the camera image of the members in their day-to-day operation may be used against them come re-election time. Yet live coverage of the Watergate hearings in the House. and impeachment proceedings in the Senate. revealed that few Congrssmen seemed affected by the ever-present eye of the camera. More convincingly. Florida is one of only two states in the country that has proved progressive enough to allow live public televised broadcasting of state legislative sessions. Since coverage began it has proved a workable arrangement and few legislators even notice the camera. But regardless of how the members of Congress conic across, the time has come for the public to know what their men and women in Washington are doing for or against them. In this postWatergate era when we are increasing skeptical of hidden government. Congress-in-the -Sunshine could only be a shot in the arm for public contidence.We hope that Florida Sens, Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone, and Gainesville Rep. Don Fuqua take a lesson front their own state and support Metcalf's motion. Extending some of Florida's sunshine canonly help to shed light on what really LETTERS POLICY tfler mus. a yvrd. sgnd dobL.e~sad and no, .rcned 100 .dot be .igned will, a p.odonym. Mow* addr.es and Welqphn. numb. of wnt. Woo,., will 6. wiAkheld only I wrIt'r dhws just cafle Th. .dtov mee,. 4 thright to .d. oil lem. for spac. Writr. .noy .ubu lone asays. column. or Ilner to be conuidared for u. os guest columns Any wrltr mnr.d in .ubmiitteng a megulor column as aked 'a eornoc* 4h. editor and be prefld to show .ompje of his work* The UF administration, in an apparent effort to make things easier for students, seems to have blown it again. The culprits, this time are in the financial aid office and the Office of Student Accounts. Noting that financial aid recipients were having to stand in mammoth lines to pick up their money, the administration came up with what seemed like a brilliant idea. Why not disburse financial aid on an appointment system? The more they thought about it, the better it sounded, and this quarter the plan went into effect. WELL, THE LINES *re indeed shorter, but there's an obvious flaw in the plan. The appointments run until January 23, almost three weeks after classes started, which means some people aren't going to re their money until well after the quarter has started. The rent's due, you've got to buy books, and if you're depending on financial aid and your appointment s on the 18th you're in trouble. The financial aid people aren't insensitive to this problem. Monte Loeb of Student Accounts has said anyone who has a problem and is in a bind should come and see him personally and something will be worked out. And he means it. Loeb will sic down and talk to you and, if he feds your gripe is legitimate, he'll help you Out. THE PROBLEM IS, he didn't let anyone know that he's willing to help. The Office ol' Student Accounts sent a letter to students explaining the process of paying fees and picking up financial aid. Nowhere in the letter did it say 'If you've got a problem and need to get your mnoney right away, come to the Offie of Student Accounts and we'll try to help you out."' Of course. if the letter had said something like that. Student Accounts probably would have been deluged with hundreds of hardship eases, some real and some imagined. Another messy situation has been caused by plan instituted in September which requires the unviersity to assess fees according to the number of hours taken. Thbis idea may have helped the legislators who decide which university gets how much money, but for the administrators and students it5s been a holy terror. Student Accounts, realizing many studetits chapel the number of hours they are taking during drop-add, decided this quarter to let you wait until after drop-add to pay your len. DECAUSE MANY students don't receive financial aid The Independent Florida Alligator I A "Tony' edt CMge Uhlpp To. M~dmw lay MeG. Jr. LyndO Hm.hr mian. -pdr Lynnkoler until after the drop-add Accounts postponed the assessed to January 27. period ends on January 13. Students date after which late fees would be This was explained in the letter to students, although, as Loeb points out, many people don't bother to read those things. The real problem caused by the delayed fee payment plan. however, is that students don't get their validated fee cards until after they pay their fees. As anyone who's been at UFE for more than three days knows, without a validated fee card you don't exist. STUDENT ACCOUNTS realized this. On the students schedule, which was included in the envelope in which the lee cards were mailed, there is a ncte saying, "Keep as proof ol Winter 75 registration." Unfortunatet, the word didn't get around to the rest ot 1he university (not to mention the community, where you need .4 fee card to cash a check). The Hub bookstore knows and 'viii cash checks. but what about everybody else? The inlirmiary. from reports we get, is requiring a validated fee card for more than one visit. The men's locker room won't issue lockers to students without validated fee cards. The word Isn't filtering through the bureaucracy. The system has screwed up. SADLY, ThESE are only isolated examples of the general bureaucratic incompetency that seems to pervade UP. Sadder yet, in an institution trying to handle 28.00 students, such incompetency is almost inevitable. There are, of course, no real solutions to bureaucratic Incompetency, wily attempts such as this at clarification. But things would probably flow a bit smoother If the policy makers would give some though to how their policies are going to effect the administration. The administration ought to make a better effort at explaining to students how they arc to survive in this red tape Jungle. And students would do themselves a favor if they would pay better attention to the oblique hints the admrnlstrston does throw out Us *3 hOW 'the systenV' works. OeM Smimh t.k.dh NlowS S.er T.,d W. -Sew bh Amsmer Pa-m -r .Aswin~ngwr EMbtd Pmdwain M.pr .Mth .del ien -es ftMSld kaeudir by Cempui. CommwtICttol. Inc P.O. kmx 13266 Unlntrdty Ogdn CH~IC. phcne:'i MM Adverneng cod PtodutIon -37M UF and the red ta pe jungle ST AFF WRIT INGS

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'75 aislIN(.I ON -Secretatrs of Ntue lliH K~nc .l~ ier Middl oe tr oi "ar ju, YAH gone by~as, alter dl] a ough one to, mririCS energy planners ( onsider b ar h% trilispircil Nri the Arab oil embargo. *Ktssmnger. the diplomatic superstar his tried I.' r ilk hi Arabs imto lowermng their oil prices Summnmn up hi rvte~d gills of persuasion, he attempted to con wne bhe oil sheikhS (hat exhorbitant prices w'OUld iu ri them in the Ion Iino Ihe re'ultthe Arabs raised their prices eon the home tront, mieanth be. 'proe(I In lcpenidnCfl 'tas launched. It aimed di niking the United yrcts selIfutlicient in energy production by I 95 But ldrmestIC oil production is down nearly bive per cent lrom~ laht scar. despite record profits bor the oil comnp nies (a A production ha' also been exti-enwly disappointing ethe voluntary oil conservation progrdnm has niet with univ mid success. The F-ederal Energy Administration tsuml,.te% than Americans still waste as much energy as Japan PRESIDENT FORD will include somec tough net Conservationi measures in his upcoming economic package But mrie's he produces a master plan tor the international cncrgy problem. the crisis will only get worse in1975 FRINGE BENEFITS: The unemployment lines are mrwing longer, but there is one group of jobless Americans whi aren't suffering. They are the defeated members of (Tigress whose terms ran out on January 2 C ongress had thought fully provided a pension plan for thmse who gail to get re-elected. It contains all manner of clauses rarely found in industrial contracts. Just a nomiinal contribution from their congressional Nilaries will qualify lawmakers, after they retire ,for as much a ii3.875 a year. Pensions air also paid on top of any Social Security or private retirement plans. AND THOSE who want to continue on the public payroll,. They have the right political credentials, can use the White liuse as an unemployment office. he Administration will usually find an ambassadorship or A DVICE & DISSENT-an ohe eiti .a[)pThnnrict tom dILeatc(d hut dcserune li M.H AMERICANS: 1he ,a~ slmls "akimw up to rej laht ,t } poleaCrethmifl (4 Sianition in Asia An ita and
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Pug. 10Th. Independent Fkrndo Alligator Wednedoy. Jonuory IS 19/5 DOUG OAR & the Hot Nuts! FRI-SAT JAN 17.18 98A11 Tickets on sale$2JWRU boxoffice & at the Rot / 2 4% ~ /r j I --I urn MMm -caTui ur iEA iEnN item is LENNY Bmia 7:30, 9:00 ~1b 10:30 233 W. Univen~y 377-ri FOR SALE S(uLJA EOUiP lor SALE .iv tore. -j .iaiueregiotor eiceiieni tordi*'on 'ol 377 7e96 leep "ry'ng in St Sr. 12 STINGO ELECT~iC YAMAHA GUiTAp -5$25 292 8405 |A 5T 57 P) rn0 di I tie, near campus colmark 373 0385 keep ir 'r -reD n h-eai or (C Si 56-pp Poamafe wanted to ive in house near campus Nice mellow place will, fireplace owrn roanm $80 4 -3 A. lt es cii now 376 4962 Ic Si SO-p) 35 mm camera for sole Mamryo-Sekar DLl 500 t ,eor old 5)65 not ic firm coil POul anytime 392 8257 mrus' tel t (0 5. 56-pp HP 3S caiculolor For sale Used 3 qi's rfect condilior, with oil accessories $175 coll 378 i147 ofter 5 (c-S-56-p) inin and rmexrccn torQuoifl ring. for sol Jawp'ces call 377 1159 after S0 ~ rpm (a-5t-6-p) _________ URGENT Musi sell Honda 1974 CO 360 Al condition pist out of shop for tune up) Ask ing price but will take best offer Call Howord at 7364 atferrioons)J(A ST 5 P) Mens Schwirn 10-sp.d bicycle Good condition Asking $90 but wilng to negotiate Coil l Jos a,373-6608 ofter 6 (A 4' S7IP) SEARS ELECT04NlC SLIDf RULE 7mo old $l00 or offer 377 6290 ANYTIME TILL 12 0 P M (A-5t57 P) AR Turntable, perfect condition, w Shur. cartridge, $75 Dynoco A-25 speakers $75 pair CoI 378-9994 evenings (o-31Sa p) Sstrings Quitor & movie camera for sole call 3926074 after 4 pm a-J-5-p) kenwood h1r7400 receiver 41st $520 sell 5370, dual 1229 for $155, integrated circuit Stereo equalizer for SI00, kenwood 802 power amp $150 call 3737930 (a St 5Q-p) HOCUEACK EWING ECCIN"M" RANCH Hors. rented by the Hr AJso hors. for sal. 591347. 20 ml So of Gon.v.II. on nlew 44*3 Se 111W> t4 / 1 .v v. THERE S MORE TO SEE WITH CARtE IV o TV Ctlannei s, A weatrner channel, UPI News, New York Stock Exchatnge. 2 FM statons on T V Ch annel s, and 9 F M and 4 AM tahions an the FM band UNI.,.IYCITY TELEVISION CAME CC. INC. 522 N. MAIN ST. A.,:C0li* EXCITING ADVENTURE! 4 TechnIoorw* iFSCar n~~w, .*0 C FOR SALE iC speed rmens birke good conditon basketrrrror choirnPr'ce $40 Carl 373 9t20 onytme io 2i 54 p) 1969 'umpk gti overhouted irons rmotor i/cry good body good radio new 'opo A cous' ic gu tafshape 501 smioli 70wl gionrmpifr r two inputs 20$ large portable bar. iv works well 35$ 512 ne 61, stree (o-4t 59 p) 67 r"gb encelleni condition 'ron. recently rebuilt w steel rodiol. podded a ilbor, 72 sects II120 378-0663 or after 6 (tuel Frr) 2206) (n0 4 9-p) Oown sleeping bag mrmy n'th v-tube cons,.uctron. Mediumn weight hiking boni,, rnever used, size 9 coIl 373-2353 after 3 p rr sh,, Weber 'ig' Surfboard Must Sdi t 80 Excell5nt ondition Coil 376 6334 After 1972 suruk I t500 excellent condition. tinsybor, foirimg, 2 helmets, turn signals. $750 or best offer mut self 376-9667 evenings (0 St 59-pi 1972 VbOGU1 mobile hanm. I? x 70 Ha, fireploce 2 b 1 ball, wal to t carpet. central air heat. c onpletely furnished Luxurious, economical, easy 'er'm Coil 373 07) arnd Coave name and phone IA 31 60-PJ qreenhous. sole healthy Ferms, cacti, fo I'age plants in clay pot, Sunday imi 4pm ga west on newberry rd past I 75 to nw. 91 si fallow signs (A-3T 60 pp two 15' 3 way lafayette speakers 'n Ti j2iqx i fool bose reflex cabinets S$d)) 376-2572 after 5 Dp, (A-T.60-P) roommates wanted soon as Fallible 2 bedroom 2 both furn, country garden 6ipt $116 50 mo t utilties great location call 378-1761 anyime (t-ST 57-P) Mole Roommate Wanted Furnished 2 bedroom apt ot Country Manor shore aonmmote .ulitits 62 50-mnn nice apt rid Focilitis 377-8066 IB-3 SOP) ROOMMATE WANTED Mote-female dcwoiion Villa0.60-rmonth + ulil call 373-2052 or 373-103? {b St-56-p) reed 4th for 4 br opt at village opt $80 pe, months, male 377 8451 (b-5-56-p) WANT TO MOVE? if you desire to move frocm your r.nnt Coili *todayll nited Real Estate Ansoc Inc 113s NE 164h Ave 377449 b -55_) 115nw lO'fst 3 blocks frtmcorneuscoh greg 377-9625 5 XI to 7 00 daily a, 5*09 by (b-St-59 p) JANRENT PAIDI Move in now feale roommat, needed wo luxury bdrr, apt $95 month + 'ulilties Coil 373. 0888 (b-S-59.p) liberal but ,.,pcnsible rnole student warned o share 2 br house. $75 per mo plus dposi 376.571) or 373-06)7 aorrest (B3' 5S-P) Poorn for 'r1n near corpus at teosanoblecos Coil 373-983) between roommate own rrm in 4-br oak forest api comfortable S bike to UP $66-mo for own 'n coil bill or chudk 373dl7 (C milC roommr'atC needed to sublet opt close to comrpus 49 50 pee no'. jlti 2 bdi orns furmn'shed tw-n,''ng pool -4 laundry rotIl 378 3981 Ask For Steve { 51 60 0 ~ceapart berjrng feb centl *air rand heot'ng peal fore all for $93 25 per n th .377 701 1 george '8.37 60Pi R'iOiMMA tE 3 BEDROC'M A PART MN1'T R'EGENCY OAKS OWN 8E0ROC'M $120 3 3UTiLiTiES MIKE 3738246 :85160P. FOR RENT Ofopt $75 mc ist and lott wnier pard 3 mrr 'ctth I oaro to r, dr've Qt'et rustc on pencefui (nil 'any Lfter 6 pm .372 4407 lb 2 5e o' 2 hid' $160 Bike to campus ram, this OKii '1915 Ciplir 9am Rprm 377 6902 $75 rironh Several ops still avail located walking distance to ramnpus Air Heal Siudents welcome 11951 Cipen Everyday 377 6992 2 bd' $125 located in NW secior, duplex with air, heal, bark Pets OKil Open 9am Spmn 377 6092 2 bdr Acreage Spacious (ottage wrth huge bdrs in neorby r ountry .ring Pets OK (1137) Open Everyday 37/-6992 3 bdr NW 21st lovely ouret area near cormpus A. heol part furn i shed no lease (te,) Cpen 9cr, 8pmo 377-6992 $I0 includes oil ut'Ihties Mobile i-onmc located rear U of Fin private lot Pets allowed no lease 11021 United Real Eslot. 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.dstndev. jemr15,itfi WANTED br'Female RoOlmfbl Wontsed so *or IurufiOhfl 0 2 bedroom oil urn,isd 5150 0 month Inquire A.,e 5 ous h br house with 2 ,, students 5ii '.Pets welcome at-', 355 F jd Triote 5 *v ICJ3T4O-P) H ELP WANTED w eaenin Gc to knew yourn.l litnleSester volunitef r.helpyotweif hel~pog others be a M -o't' 1I diffttent prve" 50nselIIng 01 *fl'fne ct3f-d je0 5 rkg} APSIARTISI, $2 perh hi rs -e week ie hand deawimgs. chort. 3920171 (.-5156-P) Spore ine Sellng 6 P-' ten. p'ofi ral'lue 'T'he Pee* C P0e "". ~jCorboridale, Kw ns 444 Camp Counselors iflnlee one day nPennsylvanio Director seek in; quol'led pertonnel in all dwpafrm.nh. Coll 373 O3W f0r appointm.fl and locotan (E-3T EQC) AUTOS '97I Suboru wagon goed fIres. 0. 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4lh. Indep.M.* t.M.id hIgaer*Mdedv JMbyem II, 3975. ftati1 Overcrowd ii By STEVE BIOUNT and LISA GELDBART Alligator Sbflf Wrilens I he pvercrowditg of classrooms at UF and the corresponding decrease in the quality of education bape become serious problems this quarter. students andI Lacults members said I-he present shortage ot funds in the state university \%yteni has prevented the administration's usual solution to overenrolhlment in classes. DR. ROBERT BRYAN, Vice president for academic if irts, said ordinarily when a classroom is overcrmwdcd, he receives a request from the dean of the college involved or additional hinds to split the section So tar. Bryan said, he has received 00 such requests. "probably because theylthe deans) know I don't have any money to give out." Students are becomiing increasingly annoyed with the lack ot space in classrooms and the decrease in personalized instructioll. "IN MY Psychology 334 class, people are sitting in the aisles on test days,"' said Steve Bryan. 3A5. "When you get that many people in a class the whole inmg becomes so imAstroomer talks A lecture on galaxies, quasars, and cosmology will be given m theiJ. Wayne Reitn Union Ballroom as pant of the Frontiers ot Science series at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Dr. David S Heeschen. director of the National Radio Astronomy Ohservatory. will be the speaker-. IIEESCUEN will cover the origin of the universe and radio signals trom outer space in his speech-. The observatory studies radio waves received iron, interstellar space. It is Sponsoring a project in New Mexico to build a series of antennae with a central computer control to torm one massive receiver. The lecture is presented by the Department of Physics and As tronomy sorry I sit lsersora ir ea Itl hard to learn \uiuthcr stuideLnt who prelerredt t ,emain anofismous, said '1 rnamnlciaI hurt culture class na' packed. "They've got bO Il u erammfled mI o a roomi designed for 35. The first week of elis. there weren't enou gh seats to go around, but they finally hroujghr sonie more ii, Rolso$$15a real lire trap because it's on the top floor of hil i ndl I have to clini over two desks to gel out." he SO Rdi (1-y BO RCK flY sad, In my chemistry class, when you line to talk to the teacher, it's ridiculous. There's a big mob Around him after class, and tf you go to his office. it's usually thsnw thing. In Introduction to Marketing, people are sitting in the lisles. ''said Giary Fried lander, 3MGI "I ]ust transferred herc ,md I've never been in classes that big." r. Jac oherty, chairman of the Social Sciences lmeplartment. said his department is running close to normal HOWEVER, Doherty warred, if more funds arc not forth.ummig, his department may have to terminate its ten gradiuate assistants. These assistants teach 25 sections this quarter lerry Rober-tson. 3AS, said. "I was flabbergasted to find 3(X people in my physics class, It makes me feel insignificant io ,t in that large ot a crowd. The professor keeps up a frantic paee, and you can't ask questions." Dr Glareth Schmeling. chairman of the Humanities IDcpartmecnt. said his Classical Archaeology class has 50 students, twice the enrollment of last year. THE TEACHER becomes reticent when assigtnitg papers to a large class because he won't time to read them; and if he does assign papers, he can't read each thoroughly, Sohmeling said, IDr D L Kelly, Associate Professor of English. said "It's this simple. It you have 25 students you can assign tO papers over the course ot the quarter. If you have 35 students, you can only assign seven papers." According to Schmeling, "More students per teacher decreases the cost of the student's education. This type of 'hilosophy is fine whet, you're producing cars. The object of the university system is not to produce a large number of students. but to produce good ones.' on the floor photo by ondy newmn~o SITTING ON THE FLOOR .,,Students at UP ore forced to sit in aisles and on steps because of overcrowded classrooms. t

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Pug.e '4. T.Ind.nd.n, Roddo MIngosov. W.dn.d.y. Jaenuovy IS. 1975 Athletics f By.LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sports Writer The UF Athletic Department, not unlike other areas in the university. is experiencing financial problems. Asst. Athletic Director Bill Carr said Tuesday. The athletic department is "about 125.000" over what it budgeted for electricity, Carr said. "WHEN WE BUDGETED for electrical use we thought we would actually have a little more than we needed.' he sid Electnecity is not the only increase the athletic department has experienced. Carr said. Food price increases affect the department enormously because of the number of athletes which must be fed. But despite the gloomy outlook, Cart said the athletic department will be able to meet its current budget. ONE OF THIE reasons for the department meeting its budget is due to the Gater foot ball team, he said"We had a good season at the gate because we had a good ream.' Carr'said. Revenue from football tickets is a major source of income for the department. Basketball revenue also helps the department meet its budget. CARtR SAID although the athletic department will meet its budget this year. future years may not be as bright. Canr said the possibility does exist of increased expenses causing a cutback in some areas. One alternative, Carr said, to cope with rising costs is to eliminate certain sports. "We would hope that we would not have to do this. It would be a last resort. No one wants to see sports eliminated." Canr said. Carr explained if a sport would have to be eliminated, the athletic department would not be the one to make the decision. The Board of Directors, similar to the Board of Regents, would decide. ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE would simply be to cut back on existing sports, he said. "At Kansas State. a Rig Eight school, they no longer give scholarships to anyone except football and basketball players." (ar said One cuminplc. Carr said, of UF cutting hack is In the eels money number of junior varsity football games being played Last 'car there Iwerc five dames, this year (here were four and it may be reduced to three games next year. Carr said women's sports coming on at this tinie of the Tracksters vii o By RICK ADELMAN Aliptor Spats Wrlite Tonight's Senior Bowl track meet iin Mobile, Ala. affords the GJator track team a rare opportunity. Head coach Jimmy Carnies will take a complete team to the meet in preparation for UF's dual showdown with the Tennessee Volunteers on Jan. 25. "THIS IS a good opportunity because we don't have many chances to run the whole team." said Carnes. Among the teams that wil participate are Florida State. Tulane and SEC rivals Alabama and Auburn. Probably the Gators strongest event will be the 440,. SENIOR BEAUFORT Brown, who is coming off of an outstanding performance in last Frida'ys CYC (Catholic Youth Organization) Invitational, will join teammates Bob Rambo and Mitchell Goings in the quarter mile-. "Wonderful" Wimpy Alexander and newcomer Noel Gray are slated for the 6ME yard run while transfer Tonm Doerr and Horace Tuitt represent the Orange and Blue in the 880. In the mile rut. N.J. product Vince Cartier and consistent Frank Betts will set their first action of the indoor season. too economic sit.Iaiioii has also hurt "Worerts sports is totally legitimate, but it is unfortunate that it had to make its mark at this time of the economic ,eriod." Carr said. e C ROSS C OUN T RY standouts Dennis Skelton and Kevin Holzwart will run 'n the two mile event with Par Wallin and Stave Gem., scheduled for the 1.000 yard run. Rounding out the running events will be Stanley Harris and Willie Wilder in the 60 yard dash and Hesley Bostic and Harold Smith in the hurdles. Seven Gators will compete in the field events. SEC INDOOR and outdoor champ. Will Freeman will be joined in the pole vault by transfer student Ed Kretsch iner. Steve Ott and Ellis Miller, who have both cleared seven MITCHELL GOINGS .In 440 yd. run. feet. are in the high jump. The highly regarded Fletcher Lewis is joined by teammate Mike Sharpe in the long jump while Bill Kovach puts the shot. You may It have been D but not by us.l We Offer: 'A complete line of picture framing services 'Fine art prints & reproductions *Contemporary &unusual poster and murals 'inexpensive reproductions by Dali, Esoher, Van Gogh etc. AMES & THINI 1201 SW 16th Ave 318-9244 GS HEY SOPHOMORES I DID YOU KNOW: two"";.".*.aership development program You receive about '200 fnancsal.assis,. ance during your junior and senir years You are guaranteed up to two years employment at a STARTING SALARY of about '10,000 per year? And there's MUCH, MUCH, more i i Call or visit LTC John Carlin Room 107 Van Finst Hall 392-1395 crunch The Independent Florida Alligator C)ROT t it FE

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2 C 4 U A A 08 AN OFFER YOU CAN'T REFUSE SUPE LUNCH SPECAL 10:30 m-pm ONLY $1.2 Any Sandwich (except the Gator fa il) A Glass Of Beer Or Soft Drink Potato Chips S Pickle a pitcher of Beer Only $1.00 Over 50 Sandwiches ToChoose From en *tI~ r tDEL M 1515 SW 13th St. of at The nt fl u U,,Young.A.,o 5s p es n' .rtImvenue Ot.openOe 30Cm to forVP-dOoni l. 4. The ind.'p~hJ'n* Moido Aliqotor Viddn.sday Jdduary IS, 1975 Pogil STEVE I4ANCOCICS UTO REPAIR NW OA't* 3775185 B, PAT McGRATH Alligator Sports Writer Commrenctng in the near Ut ure and continuing throughout most weekends in January and February, UJF golf coach Buster Bishop wvilI conduct the Orange and Blue matches at the Uinivesity Golf Club the matches will go a long "ay in determinig what players will move into the top spots on the Gater Golf feamr, There will be tive teams of the golferseach."said Bishop inhexpainingthe foma yo means will the number one team be the best five players. a number two team the next live. etc I'm going to mix them all up and I'd like to think that the scores will c m cut just about een will tee off at daybreak no matter what the weather. The fall quarter was successful indeed for the Gator Golfers. and Buster Bishop is quick to point out his sat isifact ion. "We played 21 boys in four tournaments and I was pleased with our overall showing in these events," he affirmed. THE GATORS "on the Ohio ',ate lnu tational. comimIg front w ay back on the final day todo it. In the Dixie In' tational. LIF finised second behind Wake Forest. They w&on the Florida Intercollegiate and tinisehd 2nd and 4th in the Lake Placid Championship. the lirst event this wrnrer '&ull be the Seminole In'itational. at Florida State on Eel' 27. 28. Mar 1-2. and hopefully the golfers wtil keep up the momentum icr the pinships in the spring.hBuster Bishop has elected to bypass the Pan American championship in Monterey. Mexico which the Gaters won last year. Bishop feels that, since the team has already traveled to Ohio (where they June) and will head to Houston in the spring, the Mexico trip is not necessary. Resides, the economic pinch has hit most NCAA universities and UF is no exception. JUNIOR PHIL Hancock was invited to play in the first Sun Bowl Golf Championship last month in El Paso, but declined the bid because of drop a Idosta Gators with 17 points while Earlie Mitchell dropped in IS for Valdosta. "It was our first game and of course I'm sorry we didn't do better." said coach Paula Welch. "Valdosta was an aggressive team." added Welch. "At times their aggressiveness led to a sloppy game with lots of arm hitting hut they played well."' A*A U.s.a'S UnIttI t p., 3* II "5 12 II Ii *1 It 330 5* 6 *5 3* 'a it -II Ia I, a" Sit lIt U. 43, 'p A, I I COCH BUSEra BISHOP .lased so for. final examinations. The tournament boasted the top 25 collegians in competition Suprisingly. Hancoc kwasethe only Glator to be selected for the tournament, despite the tact that they have four returning Iron the squad that lost to Wake Forest by two shots in the NCAA last year. The Deacons sent tour players to the Sun Howl. The winner of the event was jerry Pate, thc National Amateur champ from Alabama. B The team opener Lady Gater basketball dropped its season Monday afternoon in Florida Gym to Valdosta State 57-47. The first half was close as the Lady Gators trailed by three at halftime but Valdosta took control in the second period. SUE CHAMBERS paced SEC Leadens Al. at-,. a, mc U V vC.S.,b,,, pear S. tarn. an. HUM o.vtIC S.,. St 5.11 U' 6 CI I II *1 I ft S *8 6~ pets -U I-, Pt. 'a It. C I. I. C S. I tIC -d me pet. a" 'a. an "P fly "4 5a *Cd SI, "S. *aiaih c.pCaancS L *UL *att.e It Id St. *~Ii. it It Cit N. Y~* II It SIC hi It III Ca.lr.l b.,.its it II ~M tO ~ It Mtsbt.~ C It IAtihSla 7 ~ 35$ USes Oi.a~ 4 Ii t*tt*Sk C*USPfl**CU 4t.*tt *,U.s~ 0.1,.,, U *t ~, Cl.'.,. 33 It #3 Mi.I~tCa JO I 4t tan. C,,. On.~a It *6 ''I Gs'aaq 14.1. II 3 S.alIJt It Ii O a I' p., 9* Ii aO LO* Afla4~at H' *t itt I ~Sat flo fafl*I ad Sea, Ga,. a. mete. 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On the 25th. they'll et Rollins at the Alley tinning at 2 p.m. before eting Flagler on he 27th in om ae beinng a [oday is the deadline for fling up for Sorority The deadline for signing up Co-Rec Basketball has extended to today. Mcii, nup your wife or girlfriend a team of three men and cc women. Contact the IM icc, 392-0581. 229 Fl. m. Pick up schedules, uday. fhiere will be a mandatory ceyball officials meetInug xrsday, 7 p.m. room 23 .Gym. )cadline fir signing up fir All-university Foul Sing Contest Jan. itkt the 3M dlii. laskctbaUl Officials unable ttend last 'hurday's etiug. must attendd a eting tonight, 229 Flu. 9 off Lady Gators opener to V By Alligator Sernkn the Lady a4 SCOREBOARD a'.

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Peg. 16. In4.pendentRArido AlIgamo, Wedn.dav Jonuoiy IS 1975 Con fidence moves Lederman By ANI)Y (OHtEN Alligator Sport. Writer Alter two years of trrustrat on and disappomtnent on the [JE basketball team, Mike Ledcrman has finally put it all ir the proper perspective. And it took ot all people. (lit lEasitood, to help this boyish looking guard understand what hss basketball career is about "My firMt two years here I tacked a lot of conlindenee." said the leo Igidamna product. "Last year at times I was scared to mnss a shot it was very confusing for me because I wasn't satisfied with myself.'' But after watching Eastwood in Magnum Force. Lederman spent many~ hours thinking about one very speical ine in the fliov it. F ran MIAMI (UPI) -M in nesoat a V ik in gs qu ar t erb ac k F ra n Tarkenton and cornerback Jimmy Johnson of the San Francisco 49ers have been excused from playing for the National Football Conference squad in the annual Pro Bowl game here next M monday night. Los Angeles Rams coach Chuck Knox announced Monday. Knox. who will coach the N FC team against the granted Johnson Americ an conference Tarkenton Foot All Stan., will miss ball said the game because of a sore biceps muscle in his throwing arm. He will be replaced by quaterback James Harris of the Rams. Johnson told the 49ers,. Knox said that he is thinking about retirement and also asked to be excused from the Pro Bowl game. His replacement will be Ken Ellis of the Green Bay Packers. Smans s Ot to knto" his limitations" So Leolerma.n spent this past 'ummier e alualiug himwlf. deciding w hii he is capable of and what he aan accomipsh. I re-evaluated niv w hole life this summer. he admitted I calme no'. that basketball isn't the only thing in ziy ie. I no longer '.orry about paying perfect basketball. instead I ust go out and give everything I have, every moment I'm in the game.'' He accepted the tact he wasn't a David Thompson or a Walt Frazier so instead lhe became ient on becoming the best possible athlete Mike Lederman can be. No longer did the sandy-haired athlete worry during a game. He played relaxed and with confidence and soon the result startled all those close to the Gators "I know Inm not super quick and I realize I can't jump with the best of them so instead I decided to give 100 per ctnt all the time to make up for It,'' he said. lcderman didn't wait long to show UF's coaches his new tound philosphy. In the first game of the season against Virginia Tech, Lederman pumped in 24points, most sphttingthe nel from 25 feet out. "Uee always been able to shoot nill." he said. "Blul this year I don'teven think about missing, I just go out and do it." As UF's season progressed, Lederman continued his consistent showing but Coach John Lotu realized this 170pound *thlete could be of more value to the team in a difterent role. Lotu knew Ledermmn was a good starter but he lacked that fiery punch from the bench that the team often needed so badly. So he turned to Lederman and instead of griping about losing his starting role, he accepted it as a challenge. "I realize that my position is Ytfy important," he said. "I'mplaying as much now as I did before except now 1 come in to help the team regain some momentum. "I'd like to think the move showed that the coaches have confidence in me." Ledermian is currently among the leaders in the conference in foul shooting, something he spent long hours on this past sum mer. He doesn't concentrate on statistics because he knows what one bad game can do to all those conference ratings. .* rt-evoluated himself over summer. Lederman says this year's team is like a sleeping volcano waiting to explode. "Once we as a team begin playing up to our capabilities we'll begin winning comiuteintly. We've already started doing just that and I frel we'll get even better at it." The 6-2 guard has one more year on the Gators and he plans to make the most of it. He feels now that he understands his limitations and will continue to improve. But he's realistic and he knows a professional carter is just about out of the question. A coaching career isn't and he plans on working toward that gee). Those lucky enough to play for Lederman someday will no doubt make the most of what they have because Clint Eastwood will probably be the sixth man on the court. Excuses t o S ~,ttI