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Published 'by Campus Communications Inc., Coin.. vlll.. Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida







price 'hikes average 8 percent

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': :' :;. By RENA EPSTEIN a new enlarged edition was published.

.. Alligator Staff Writer "The publishers increased the price of the
new edition from $12 to $17.95 so the physical s
Textbook prices have jumped as much as science department decided to purchase
IS per cent this year, according to Sam several' copies and put them on reserve insteadof kf
Get/en,, manager of the Campus Shop and making the students buy it," he said.
,Bookstore.The BUT HE ADDED many of the students
average increase, Get/en said, is about took ,the initiative to purchase the cheaper
ft per cent. older edition copies left in the bookstore from
"PRICES HAVE been rising all year but it the previous quarter.
is confined to specific books," he said. Florida Bookstore reported more price
n The newer printings cost more because of increases than any of the other bookstores.
increases in the cost of paper, binder's board David Bauldree. manager said there have p
I
',' and cloth: and "glue reported Getren. been more price changes this quarter than j -
Richard "Andy" Anderson book any other quarter, I --
,,'., department manager, said he received a "ABOUT 30.40 per cent of the textbooksare rL
!shipment of "Schaum's Outlines" Wednesday increased as much as 10 per cent," he

and noted several price increases.
said.There
,':;.. "THREE-HAVE: )gone! up $1 apiece three have not been any direct complaints
::. or four others increased 50 cents each andy he said because most students are buying the ..q.F .
.'.j;y: ;" some have increased 25 cents." he said. books for the first time and don't know what
,l. Accounting for these increases, he cited they cost before the increases.
" :.'.: ,..f>' labor's desire for increased, wages and increases Explaining that increased paper costs are f '

,. ,,. in paper costs which are "directly partly responsible for the price increases IG
'
. related to pollution control measures required Bauldree also said the books publishers mightbe
'
'", 'I, of paper manufacturers." hedging against possible. future price I
Ironically there have been fewer com- treees.
'plaints about hook prices in comparison too MALONE'S Bookstore manager Bill
4 ..
., the last two quarters according to Anderson. Zeanah said the prices of some .books have 4-8,
,:. "MAYBE STUDENTS are grinning and gone up but he can't name the specific books."I .
;: ;r' hearing it. but I know everyone is unhappy Can tell some have gone up but it is no
about the !situation," he said. more than they have been increasing all
The ups and downs of the economic year," he reported.
t t'I': : situation are also affecting the number of Although textbook prices generally are

editions being printed. increasing, it hasn't affected Little Professor
1 w :',''ir. Anderson said publishers are not bringingout bookstore which sells general:! books but not

'. 1'It'.: .,. ;: as many revisions and editions as in texts.
\ previous times "due' to the economy." ACCORDING to Viola Goering. owner of
! "THEY ARE: picking out the best ones and the bookstore the first week of winter quarter
' putting more money into printing these was "largest" of any quarter since they
editions." he said. opened in Gainesville three years ago. photo by andy newman j

Pi'of. Herbert Yoho, physical science But she said book prices have been slowly Ups anddowns The world's biggest banana? Although it may look i
who teaches the
department professor
increasing in the last six months. appealing and certainly appears fruity the
(CPS 235)), has
Natural I
Regions course
)!
i-; strange apparatus these students are frolicking on is in
;.: ,:. stopped requiring his !students to purchase "Some books /go up between five cents to 10 fact of their coursework. For and
part an explanation
t' 1'hysiograph of the United States," because cents in each order," she said.
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'; Ih JACKIE HARDER She'd had her first clues a few,weeks ago. 'UI 1 WANT a career more than anything. I'm really comfortable denim chairs and couches.A .

'f..., 'K, .. Alligator I Correspondent when her body began telling her somethingwas into my career into school and doing all the stereo tuned to WGVL sits on white par.
" .' ', ',<.l, "wrong inside. Ominous symptoms, like things I can do as an individual."I sons tables. Paintings/ of women hang on the
'
'j : EDITORS NOTE: Two'' years ago next nausea every day and all day long; and don't want the responsibility of thinking white walls.
: ', 1 Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court effectively swelling, tender breasts that hurt when she tor a little person. It would be the most unfeasible AND TilE door keeps opening for girls just
, Invalidated state laws against: abortion, giving slept on her side. And no period. situation possible" like Emma."I .
*; even American woman the right to have a But it was still a shock. There' is no such Words like adultress. bad little whore 'was a little embarrassed and scared at
legal 1 abortion. Today The Alligator reexamines thing as being halfway pregnant. She didn't didn't hurt.. But murderer? first. It's not one of those things you advertise.
the abortion controversy by, cry until later. "PERSONALLY, I didn't see anything I went up to the desk and whispered, "I'm.
;' reporting the status of abortion-and anti. Her boyfriend Pete was upset. It was Ills"first" wrong with it. I don't think of an embryo as a here to have an abortion."
a. ._ abortion-legislation, available methods off too.. Ironic to discover his physical person. I don't consider it murder at all. The gangly, red-haired woman behind the
terminating pregnency, and the upsurge ,of potency-and his utter helplessness at the same "Abortion was really my' only alternative.For desk wasn't embarrassed And better there
;' the antiabortion movement. We begin with time: There was nothing he could do for all parties concerned it was the best was no accusation in ,her eyes. Matter of
l'' the story of Emma: the result of Intensive Emma except stand by' her and leave her to alternative. For,Pete it was a problem and it factly, she asked if pregnancy(.! had been
; interviews with four women about their t take this incredible trip alone. had to be taken care of. It was like a disease confirmed and when her last menstrual
:: common predicament of being pregnant. SHE'S 18, unmarried and wants to stay that had to be cured" period was.SATISFIED.
p Although the individual circumstances that way lor,1\\hile, In the old days girls got Fight weeks pregnant and faced with an THE pregnancy was early
I : differed in time and place Emma as a pregnant and had to !get married. Not now. undeniable responsibility for her own life and enough to be handled by the vacuum
composite of these four women accurately And nol Emma. for that growing!!!, dividing blob of cells inside aspirator procedure at the clinic, she made
describes the experience of undergoing a legal "5\ many ,,1'mj' friends had\ to get married. her."I Emma an appointment for the next: Wednesday -
abortion. Outside of having. kids they'll never amount DECIDED, abortion was the only at I 11 I a.m In five minutes, Emma was
to :ln','lhil )Z. Thev're !so limited. I can't"acceptiietting alternative:' out the door with a blue pamphlet filled with
... live main difference, between Emma-and ): married so ',)unlZ. It just ruins so' Recalling, an article in the Gainesville Sun procedure instructions.

.' mt."f! the other girls: on campus was that main; ,.things."Besides. about the abortion clinic at the Gainesville Eat nothing!! after 8 p.m.! the night before
weeks,'the 1 don't think I could be in Women's Health Center she and Pete went to the
Emma: w IS pregnant..: \ ,Six or eight : a procedure.The next morning eat a light
doct-T at the infinnarv told her.As marital monogamous relationship and have .the low green building opposite Alachua nourishing breakfast.
J ,a friend so succinctly; put it. "What a the person! throw in im' face. 'Goddammit. I General Hospital.The .,
bummer.: What an incredible bummer." had to marry you.: I don't "ant to put myself clinfc is like no ordinary doctor's --
: A BUMMER: but, not totally" ,unexpected.' in that situation office. The blue shag carpet matches the low. (See 'Emma: page 121) b

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Ford : state of union 'not good' S, /ct.psue i. 1



U S ECI' WASHINGTONUPI( ) President Ford asked
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,O ." Congress Wednesday for income tax cuts. to combat
r\'J '''A.ltI: : t1\! ;;: ...r.4 .{ recession and for heavy taxes to make fuel costly-even at Colby admits
,"'&11:1: ):A '1'111,.; :\1'1'1:"S'I a1': l':;:';= .. the rist of making inflation worse. -
<<
r r\;\).. ;III' "":; +'. "I 1 must say to you that the:state of the union is not 6ffd
) ,:W .1(., "" ..-N good( ," Ford told "a joint session of the House and the -
s t.' '." ,. i" .:. t:/ Senate,speaking gloomily in the chamber where he served CIA kept file
.
b- tor a quarter of a century.
'' : j HE SET aside his anti-inflation program to concentrate
rw 13 r b ._ 1 "iJ ''on ending the country's dependence on freight oil by 1985
'.am.r: jJ.AJ.lU.: : .. and to cope with the worst economic downturn since the dissidents
on
--" .,ft. C5 Jt\, Depression.
t>l'tJ j He proposed $30 billion of new taxes on oil and natural
gas and $22.5 billion of permanent cuts in income taxes WASHINGTON I (IUP1)) Director William E. Colby
paid by individuals" and corporations. His advisers said the acknowledged Wednesday that the CIA maintained tiles on
tuel tax would add substantially to inflation. 10.000 American dissidents and also conducted surveillancein
THE DEMOCRATIC-controlled 94th Congress ap- two U.S. cities to ,abort a reported .plot to kill Vice
plauded little and Democrats attacked Ford's ideas as President Spiro Agnew.
\ ; likely to enhance, inflation and hurt the pogor. Colby's acknowledgment came in a 45-page report to the
Many said rationing fuel would be less painful and more intelligence subcommittee the Senate Appropriations
fair. Senate Democratic Whip Robert C. Byrd W. Va., Committee. It also detailed other apparently illegal domestic
.," called Ford's plan a"surrender to inflation." Sen. William activities.
',>, Proxmire D-Wis., said"It won't work. and it won't get the However, Colby denied news reports that the agency had
support of Congress." engaged in massive illegal activities in violation of its 1947

THERE WERE reports that the departure of Treasury charter which prohibits domestic intelligence.
.. Secretary William E. Simon a longtime advocate of "Any institution.would be hard put to avoid some wrong
driving down fuel consumption by driving up its price steps."he told the subcommittee."But any steps over the line
.' was imminent, but Simon's office denied it. He wanted in CIA's 27-year history were few an far between and if wrong
\ ( cuts in government spending even deeper than those Ford stemmed from a misconception of the extent of CIA's
proposed. authority..."
Ford's economic coordinator, L. William Seidman, said Sen. John O. Pastore. D-R.I., angrily declared after the
the President's proposal for energy excise taxes would add session that Colby's testimony showed there had been
2 per cent to the Consumer Price Index in this and sub. "serious abuses..beyond the statutory charter of the CIA."

sequent years

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Ford to drop Simon

Soviet rejection hinders detente

WASHINGTON (UPI)- White House officials indicated
MOSCOW,(UPI)-The Soviet' rejection of the U.S. Trade offices may now pull out. Wednesday President Ford had decided to drop William
Hill will disrupt Russian-American trade and may scuttle The Soviet decision refusing to accept a provision requiring Simon as Treasury secretary but a spokesman said Simon
more than two years of delicate negotiations to make trade a speeded up emigration of disaffected minorities-particularly had no intention of resigning.
cornerstone! detente between the two superpowers. Western Jews-in exchange for trade preferences in the United States White House sources told UPI that Simon had lost out as
diplomats said Wednesday."This puts the issue back where it was on Oct. 18, 1972, when the one of Ford's chief economic advisors when the President
t lakes us hack to 1972,"one diplomat said. "All is not trade agreement was signed by the two nations. ignored his counsel and abandoned efforts to fight !inflationand
lost! but it looks as though we are going to'have to start from The Soviet note disclosed by Secretary of State Henry A. balance the budget i in favor of concentrating on the
square one." Kissinger did not abrogate the 1972 agreement, under. which nation's recession..
A !spokesman lor American business operating in the Soviet 17 American companies have been accredited to operate in A spokesman for Simon said emphatically that the
Union said the Russians may refuse to allow any more U.S. Moscow. But the Soviets said the agreement will not be put secretary "has no intention of resigning.
llrms to operate in the country, slowing down trade. A into effect because of the emigration clause which it called "You don't leave a ship just because you run into stormy
businessman said companies which have already openedyDINNER "discriminatory." weather," the Treasury spokesman said.


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' CIA prober defends'

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TODAY the practice of secrecyBy


"That's one of the things the commission is
,Alligator Staff WriterA going to look into." he explained.
member of the presidential CIA investigating commission's investigating powers only
commission, former U.S. Solicitor refer to domestic operations. Griswold said
Gen. Erwin Griswold defended at UF they will not look into the foreign activities of
PRICES ARE Wednesday the "inherent secrecy" of the the CIA.
CIA, but added the commission was going to GRISWOLD SAID the commission would
thoroughly investigate any areas of domestic report to the''Justice Department, whose dutyit
surveillance the agency may have been involved will be to carry out any recommendations.There .
in.Griswold, are no penalties stated for persons
at UF's College of Law as a who may have'violated the CIA charter and
THE LOWEST YET Distinguished Professor,'said the commission, Griswold said this is one of the areas the
was instructed by President Gerald Ford "to commission might look into.
examine any domestic operations the CIA Griswold said the commission hearings
may have engaged in and to, make any would"necessar ily be private"because of the
recommendations,it feels necessary." confidential nature of some of the testimony
THE CIA is forbidden by its 1947 charterto being given.
involve itself in domestic spying and uTilE OPERATION is inherently secret. If
NOW OUR VERY BEST
Griswold said the commission was going to ,you report to too large a group then it won't
determined if the charter was violated. be kept secret," he said.
OUR MOST ELEGANT He added the task might be difficult Answering charges from some government
because the CIA is "a complex organization officials that the investigation of the CIA
DESIGNS involving a large number of individuals. We might hamper the agency's operations.
ARE SLASHED TO can't be expected to walk around the place Griswold said "If they are doing something
with a magnifying glass." illegal then it ought to be hampered."

NEW LOWS. He said, however, that the commission Griswold said he thought the investigationwould
would"follow lead hear benefit the and
up any or problem we ultimately agency "help
about. We want to learn as much as we can." the morale of the CIA's employes."
AND HUNDREDS OF PAIRS ALTHOUGH Griswold said any domestic ']
.
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spying by the CIA should not be going on, he ,,' ,
STILL MUST BE defneded the of the
necessity agency existingfor ''4;;
'
foreign' operations. ,
"There must be a CIA," he said, "and it
SOLD AT NEW'INCREDIBLE
has to operate in secrecy. We live in a world of
many nations that have intelligence
REDUCTIONS.NATURAL operations. We cannot go around with
blinders on."Often .
the only' things we know about a
country is what we find out through the CIA.
Most of their work 'is done by reading
newspapers and journals," he added.
COMFORTS
WERE NOW liE EMPHASIZED, however, that the
agency must be "under effective citizen t
S30 control" but refused to say whether that
S15 1
ERWIN GRISWOLD
PROFESSOR
control should come from the President or
memberof Investigating Commissionwould
Congress. 00'
KIMELS WERE NOW

:": 534 to S51 S15 to S23NOW I Revenue loss forces ,city budget cut- I

I The City of Gainesville will start trimmingmore be cut He will report to the com
"', than $400,000 off this year's budget mission next Monday with his a recom-
beginning next week because of revenue loss. mendation.
= The $404,000 deficit was caused by lower FARMER TOLD commissioners the deficitwas
,:<:;:'; a 37 to S39WERE S20 tax revenues and higher fuel adjustment caused by three main problems:
... .,...... .
.:J. ''''" charges, Gainesville City Manager B: Harold The fuel adjustment charge oil
CARBFRS NOW Farmer told City Commissioners at this 'companies have had to assess the city for
week's,meeting. providing oil to( the Regional Utilities Board.
$ THE $404,000 loss represents ap- The lO per cent utilities tax, which the
,;f, 526 535 $1 13to 1 16.90 proximately three per cent of the $14 million City of Gainesville charges on utility bills, has

city budget, Farmer said. also decreased because electric consumptionhas
ATFO .v;, HUARAC..IFS. ,
PI WERE
NOW "Our budget is so tight that certain fallen.
programs will have to be cut into to make up The 10 per cent ad valorem tax, which
520 to 523 S10t0sll,50WERE 1 for the losses," Farmer said. equals 10 cents for each $10, of property tax
Farmer wouldn't say which programs evaluation has also decreased.



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- SG WEEKLYNEWSWHAT





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Student Government is, first and foremost, students. That's right, STUDENTS, just like you. That means there are going to be,

a few differences from the usual concept of "government"off the bat.
You won't find your elected student officials in a far off capital "representing" you and learning your needs and problemsby

phone. No, they'll be right next to you in line at the Hub; they'll be sitting right behind you in an overcrowded classroom;

and, well, you get the picture. .
Next it should be emphasized that Student Government does have an office, or meeting and planning area. This is on the'.

third floor of the Reitz Union- you know-that big building with the pool tables and the bowling alley. If you can get to the '

third floor you can't miss the office. : '

If you do miss it, the phone number is 3921665. ,
Now what does this group of students accomplish really? -

For starters, each year Student Government alloca t es three to four HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS In your direction. Those

dollars fund the Accent speakers program, Intramural athletics, the Black Student Union, the Environmental Action Group,

Samson, and the list goes on and on. .

These students also handle special projects In the student's Interest, such as student lobbies in Tallahassee, the SG Office of

Consumer Affairs (which will be putting out the student Consumer Guide in February) and the off-campus roommate referral
service.

Students looking out for student interests.

And then there are the little things Student Government does that you don't really think much about. Things like course

schedules that indicate who the Instructors will be for each section advance.. Or the one or two dollars you save by seeing
big name entertainment at SG concerts. '

And do you want to know something else that Student Government is- really?

Mistakes. Sure, SG people make mistakes; doesn't everyone? But they're students just like you, remember? Not mystical

names that just appear on campaign posters in the spring and then vanish into the editorial pages of the Alligator. STUDENTS.But .
the mistakes don't happen all that often. There's a whole lot more done right than wrong.

And the last thing that Student Government is really is two or more points of view. If you don't think SG is

representative of most of the students on campus, come to a student senate meeting sometime.So .

now you should have a general understanding of what SG is. If you have any doubts or questions, or if you'd like to ..
help out, come up to the office.
You know now where it's at.


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( "money money money the SG Budget"

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NO MINIMUMon SG BUDGET REQUESTS STUDENT INFORMATION BOOTH NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR

OPEN WOMEN
Toll Discount Program
Any student organization wishing a The information booth across from

Student Government budget for fiscal the Hub is open third through sixth
Apparently there has been some 1975-76 must submit their budget periods daily, and has on-the-spot
misunderstanding concerning the request by January 22. Budget information for all needs. The Consciousness raising groups of
Student Government Turnpike Toll requests may be submitted to the booth is your eight to ten people are now being
sponsored
by Student
Discount: Program. There is no Treasurer's office, room 310 in the Government and formed. This is a workshop on the
minimum toll charge required to Union.If Omega. operated by AlphaPhi meaning of being a man or woman in

participate in the program. a sexist society.
BOOK
Approximately 100 students are now you need assistance in compilingyour EXCHANGE STILL OPEN
The book
participating in the program but more budget, come by Treasurer Greg exchange will be open
are needed to realize full savings Sherman's office Monday: thru Friday, today Students from 1 100400.: : The topic for the next, meeting will
potential.If January 6-21, 1 1:30-4:30.: : may buy books, leave be "Women in Prisons." There will bea

you interested. call or come by books to be sold and pick up unsold panel on work-release; including a
books. Checks for
the Treasurer's office, 310 J. Wayne SG COMMITTEE OPENINGS books sold this prisoner from Lowell, a former prison
Reitz Union, 3921623. quarter will be 'mailed out in about guard, the head of Lowell's counseling
two weeks. Books not sold this
Applications are now being taken in will be held for sale Spring quarter program and two graduate students
the Student Government office quarter. currently counseling at Lowell.
305 Your book
CREDIT UNION ANNOUNCES DIVIDEND exchange is located in
JWRU, for the following'SG openings: room 337 or the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
The student credit union has announced -
a dividend its shares. The Activity and Service Fee Allocation. Meeting time open to the public
on
Committee members WEEKLY DEADLINES will Thursday, January 23, 7:30: pm.,
amount of the dividend for member
Anyone desiring to submit material at 1402 W. University Avenue.
shares is 6 in
1974.
Students interested percent in establishingan Student delegate to the University for insertion in the SG WEEKLY should
have
their
Senate copy in the SG Communications
account or obtaining a loan should
contact the credit union at 392-1622, or Distinguished Professor Chair Friday, 4 office on the preceding Plans are underway to print an
for
pm it to
come to room 310 in the Union. Selection Committee members Thursday appear in anthology of writing of Gainesville
s Alligator. women. If interested, call 3921634.



Produced by Jeff Prutsmon Director, of
Communications/ / for the Student Body


STUDENT GOVERNMENT 305 J. WAYNE REITZ UNION 392-..1665N



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The 'Independent Florida r Alligator/ Thursday, January 16, 1475,'Page 5


Hanson candidate i president i





of Indiana State UniversityBy *:, 4 .



BRUCE MORRIS presidency of Indiana State. University .(ISU). 1. .."

Alligator Staff Writer ,; y ';;'r ,l :..Jhey' have me under consideration," Hanson'said.' "There jir :

are always others too. It's no big deal." he said.
UF Executive Vice President Harold P. Hanson '
HANSON confirmed he has been under consideration for : .: :"
acknowledged he !
is
Wednesday a candidate for the p
several months. Members of ISU's search committee came to __ .11"
UF once to interview him and he has been in contact with

examines them a couple.of times since then, he said. ,
Jury ..
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ISU is located in Terre Haute, Ind. According to the Terre ",;"" :, if1 Mty
Haute Star, the presidential search committee has narrowedits ';" '"!"', ,; .Iff ll.< t

list of candidates to eight from an original list of 400 .} tti.
Sunland abusesThe applicants.This '"

could not be confirmed Wednesday. Search committee

Alachua County Grand Jury heard the second day of spokesman were out of town and unavailable for comment.
ISU is a small school, and Hanson acknowledged his
testimony Wednesday in an investigation of alleged HAROLD P. HANSON
coming from a university with high enrollment might be a
mistreatment of residents at Sunland Training Center. UF Executive Vice President
Dave Fallon an investigator for the state attorney's office reason they are considering him.

said "approximately nine or ten persons were suspended six HANSON, in fact, was criticized last fall for allowing 600
weeks ago" for abusing residents of the center. extra freshmen students to be admitted over the Board of Noted scientist visitsThe

Fallon said the state attorney's office took up the case after Regents ceiling of 2900.

the Human Rights Advocacy Council brought evidence of Asked if he would accept the job if offered, Hanson replied, first visiting scientist of UFs College of Veterinary
abuses to their attention.The "I'm keeping my options open." Medicine is Dr. Alex B. Novikoff. He will teach students and

suspended staff members allegedly beat male Hanson was at UF from 1948 until 1954 in the physics work with faculty members in the J. Hillis Miller Health

residents of the center and forced them to eat soap as punish department. He left and was chairman of the physics Center from Jan. 20 until March 20.

ment. department at the University of Texas until 1969 when he Novikoff will present the First annual research lecture for

The grand jury will determine if there is enough evidence to returned to UF as dean of the graduate school.In the College 6f Veterinary Medicine in February.

warrant criminal charges against the staff members. 1971, Hanson was appointed vice president for academic Novikoff is a professor of pathology at Albert Einstein

Fallon said he "had hoped the grand jury would be affairs a job he held until last August when he was appointed College of Medicine in New York. He is an internationally

finished" Thursday but said hearings may last until Friday. executive vice president by UF's new president, Robert Q. acclaimed biologist and was selected' as a member of the
Testimony before the grand jury is confidential. Marston. National Academy of Science.

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I Deans : budget, cut can't erase deficitBy



TOM SHRODER Dr. Bert L Sharp dean of UF College of Education said. Assistants.
Dr. C.A. VanderWerf. dean of the UF College of Arts and
Alligator Staff Writer "The only way we could save that much in my college is
Sciences said he would like an opportunit for a group of
simply to break some contracts. with Florida Governor Reuben Askew
The nine deans of UF's academic colleges agreed BRYAN ASKED the Council of Academic Deans' meeting deans to meet to
of financial difficulties on state
unanimously Wednesday they could not make enough additional what effect the layoff of 300 probationary career service discuss the impact higher'
'
cuts! in expense money to payoff UF's SI.7 million tmplojes would ha\e bn their colleges. education.
"IT TAKES 100 to build a university like this and
deficit. According to Victor Yellen assistant to the vice presidentfor years we
I Dr. Robert Bryan UF vice president for academic affairs, academic affairs cutting these 300 secretaries and can destroy our credibility overnight VanderWerf said.
asked the deans to find ways to cut an additional 2.8 per centoff maintenance personnel would. save about SI million. If UF is forced to dismiss graduate students who thought
commitments "we could lose our ability to recruit
offices wouldbe they had
their already slashed operating! budgets. Although there was general agreement some "
he said.
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DR. GUSTAVE A. Harrer director of UF's libraries, said closed down Dr. Bob Burton Brown. University College graduate students for years
the library, with book purchases already frozen could save dean said, "We could survive that one much better than we HANSON scheduled a meeting next week with state
officials to discuss possible solutions UF's
between SlOO.OOOand $150,000 more by cutting expendituresto could the loss of graduate students." university system to
only regular periodical subscriptions and eliminate the UC RECENTLY told more than 100 graduate students financial emergency.
hardcover binding of periodical collections. they would be laid off spring quarter if no more money was Bryan said he could go into the meeting and say UF has
"There is i no E&G college (all UF'colleges except health forthcoming. done everything possible to cut back on expenses and now
and agriculturally related fields) who can come tip with that UF Executive Vice President Dr. Harold Hanson said needs the help of the rest of the system. "

amount. It is clear to me this university cannot come up with Friday that in an emergency situation probationary career "We've always bailed" out people in the past, Bryan said.
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I 'Nebulous ranking'causes* grad cut I IIfu I


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DlI\AKt.N MEYER; ; Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Chandler said the "rankings" were per in detail." as soon as possible he said.
Alligator Staff WriterA Bryan said Chandler's complaint would be formed on all graduate students in his Assistant Dean for the College of Arts and
handled informally by getting all parties department last spring, despite some Sciences Ruth McQuown said. "We've not
UF graduate student filed a complaint together and talking things out. disagreement among faculty members., had a tormal report." regarding Chandler.
against the Speech Department of the Collegeof Bryan also said a committee of faculty and Chandler said Graduate School Dean In some departments "if a student per-
Arts and Sciences with the Office for students was being formed to investigate the Harry Sister told him those spring rankings forms successfully in every respect with
Academic Affairs Wednesday.Bill situation. violated graduate school policy. competence at a high level." his assistantshipwill
Chandler, third year doctoral candidate Chandler said assistantships were funded Those rankings were performed again at be continued, McQuown said.
in the Rhetoric and Public Address for six master degree students in the other the end of this fall quarter unknown to the In other departments there is "open
program, !said his assistantship was cut Jan. 3, Speech Department program. Behavioral students, according to Chandler. competition" McQuown added.
on the basis of "nebulous rankings." Studies although he had been assured

Two American Civil Liberties Union doctoral candidates would be considered first. Chandler didn't know what criteria the The general practice is that doctoral
lawyers are investigating his situation, The Speech Department did not fund rankings were based on. candidates would have highest priority if they
Chandler said. anyone in Rhetoric and Public Address. "Nobody knows. Nobody is willing to performed at a high level and if they fulfilled
say," said Chandler. their duties up to their capabilities, she said.

Affirmative action plan
Chandler charges: She said Hutchinson was in charge of the
I that representatives of a particular area investigation because Arts and Sciences'
of study within the Division of Com- .policy is to "exploit your remedies at the
revisions are approvedBy munication Studies ranked students in their department level."
area ahead of others without regard' to Thomas W. Cole, associate dean for
academic progress or standing. academic affairs, said "all I can say is that I
JANET PARK that the ranking was a form of economic have an appointment. with him (Chandler)
Alligator Staff Writer reprisal directed at students concentrating in Monday."
a particular area of study. The charges were filed through Cole.
The Affirmative Action Advisory Council that graduate school and university policywas Hutchinson could not be reached for
and the Council of Academic Deans both gave subverted by the ranking procedure. comment.

approval Wednesday to the draft form of the
revisions of UF's affirmative action plan. a t UF Executive Vice President Harold
Minor changes in one area were suggested Hanson said the rankings seemed reasonable. Chandler said he maintains a 3.5
by members of the Council of Academic "I 1 don't see any reason why not," Hanson gradepoint average with "two or three
Deans. said. quarters to go." He has had an assistantship
This area involved the number of available "We'll be looking into Chandler's situationAn tor two and a half years.

women in a particular discipline, which (SFj
needed in some cases to be adjusted.
LOW GOALS for hiring women was one of
the six areas in the affirmative action plan t
that needed correction before being re- '3 J SG power abuse report in errorThe I
submitted to the Department of Health I ,
Education and Welfare (HEW) on Jan. 21.
UF's plan was first submitted to HEW Honor Court investigating committee machines are also not kept in Sher-
early in 1974. It was sent back to UF in report on Student Government, the basis for man's office,which the report stated, but are
January, 1974, with some corrections an article in Wednesday's Alligator, was in instead located in the main SG office.
requested.. They were made and the plan error when it reported that SG officials have
the
Sherman said he pointed out errors to
resubmitted, hut HEW returned it once unlimited access to duplicating machines,
Ken Ofgang, who prepared the report, but
again.requiring I six more revisions. and that no records are kept about their use. they were not deleted before the final draft
Predictions for the available'number of Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman
was released to the press.
women in a discipline were based on the said SG officials do not have free access to the
number vacancies expected on the staff and machine's use and records are kept stating Ofgang) was not available for comment
(he number of women receiving the terminal their use. Wednesday afternoon.
degree in their field.EXAMPLES .
: (\corrections made in the JOSEPH JULIN

number(available: women are the College of ". must have three years experience.'
Law and the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Law !school dean Joseph Julin pointed out J I!
that (acuity members usually must have about' V
three years ol professional experience, in ttrI
addition It:1 terminal degree, before being UF and assume the job as soon as convenient I
considered lor a (acuity position.Dr. for him.
I Dorothy Nevill interim affirmative
action coordinator. said a representative from Council member Dr. Grace Henderson x 3
the College\ 'ol Veterinary Medicine pointedout expressed her concern about Allison's being
an inaccurate: prediction of the number of able to come in light of university-wide budget
women available\ to teach in that college. cuts. VS
NEVI1L: SAID !she had calculated the
number In'the number of women holding the
beginning): degree ot Doctor of Veterinary AT AN EARLIER meeting of the council,
Medicine. However, the College!! of Veterinary Executive Vice President Harold Hanson '
Medicine, requires its taeulty to also hold a promised that the money to pay Allison would 5 d a
doctorate: in the person's particular specialty. he found even if it had to come from private "

Ne\ill said: !she took into consideration the funds. Ii Ii'I
requirements ol most disciplines.
,.
....I'r instance! : SI\I1\'to disciplines require a According to Shaw there are several
doctorate{ : lor their laeultv members. Architecture reasons for urging Allison to "come aboard"as
and Fine Arts requires only, a soon :as possible.
masters so their number of available women
includes those! awarded :a masters: or doc First. heaid.- UF anticipates the presence -'I .
;
torate." !she said. ot a permanent coordinator will help achievea t"" .......,.. a y
ALL COLLEGES were urged! to recheck :I more settled state ot affairs in regard to t-
their hiring figures tier women In Dr. Robert :affirmative action. ,
..... ,.
Brvan. vice president for academic: affairs.. : ,
said changes in the draft of the ANOTHER consideration i is the advantage .' ; ,.
No ill most : \ .
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atlirmative plan -
!supplement to UF's. : ot maintaining! continuity, at a critical time t for -
will be completed b>' FridI)'. affirmative: action l at UK' he said. photo by andy newman
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No other areas ol the plan were revised bvI '
Shaw's letter\ Allison said if a permanent} Wheeeee '
I he deans.THE .. ':
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tor atfiriuat -, coordinator\ is not installed soon a number of ,
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NOMINEE permanent ',
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i il! expected to 'decision and ventures in this area may: have to :
coordinator
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action :'
: or decline the be deferred or granted: on a I tempor\6':\ basis. r I :t
'announce his decision to :accept ,.
position within a week, according! to At- ., Will it work? Instructor Dan Powers, '
Council Cluitman: Hmdtrson added: the decision to bung the > "
liriuatic.ction Advisor left,, tests slide constructed by his
new coordinator. to I'f'affects: the wholeiinivusit .
\\r. Harry: Slum. '" and Materials
Methods of Construction ,
.. unit and had be
James Allison\ the man ) not just one \ to
Shaw wrote to
selected lor, the post urging him to conic! to yonsidercd :as, such. .r ,. II; 'while youngster enjoys swing.





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!t.f The Independent Florida: AHI otor. hursdvyr January IMf 75


EDITORIAL IliIt
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Eviction 4Tlsa 500 .....1. r

W $

Sometimes in the past we've considered the OSti 250t

rhetoric of our feminist friends in the National 11 ., ws200 aw ,
Organization for Women a ,bit, overstated.But : ,
yesterday NOW director Alyce McAdam UTILITY &GA9 BILL.1 C ItLb : ,

dropped by with a grievance that has her understandably CREASE PER,YEAR... ilGA1N.A .

peeved.It .
seems the J. Wayne Reitz Union Board of
Managers voted last November to move NOW intoa
smaller office in the Union's student activities

center.An .
act of small significance, it might seem, ,
except that only seven of.the board's 14 memberswere < 'f.
present for the vote. And except that NOW t
wasn't notified its office space would be up for
consideration and so couldn't present its case
before the board acted.
And then there's the matter of what groups the :
.
board saw fit to move into NOW's current office. :i ; ; ,
But to get the, full impact of all this, it's l
necessary to have a quick review of the UF NOW
chapter's battle to get into the student-built unionat
all. A

The group's first application for office space

was mysteriously "lost", before it. could be actedon.

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Then, on Jan. 29, 1974, the chapter won an
office in room 313.
Infirmary morning-after pills
April 2, 1974, members fought off an attempt to
move the Florida Quarterly' in' ,the NOW office. .

May 14, 1974, saw an unsuccessful :effort, to
office.move Florida Blue Key (FBK) into the NOW should be taken at own risk


So it's been tough sledding for.the group which
led the fight to, have FBK's bigoted anti-women "
"UF's infirmary offering free morning-after pills read the
membership policy changed.The headline 'in last Thursday's Alligator. At first glance, this
board of managers voted to use NOW's looks like good news for UF women students. But is it?
present office' as a "Floating" office for groups Nobody is really sure why the morning-after pill works.
which only need space temporarily during the The theory is that it changes the lining of the uterus so the EIS MARA
fertilized doesn't thus .
egg implant preventing pregnancy.The
Gator Growl
They are InterfraternityCouncil
year. UF Infirmary Women's Health Care Center (WHCC) is
(IFC), Internal! Council, and Panhellenic, conducting a federally funded study of the pill.
a sorority group. THERE ARE numerous side effects that may result from
Gator Growl needs the office to put together its taking Premarin the morning-after pill given out by the
once-a-year fireworks show in the stadium; In- Women's Health Care Clinic at the infirmary.
terhall's project is Dorm Week, and IFC and Adverse reactions to the morning-after pill can include spokesperson for the WHCC. Another morning-after pill
Panhellenic's contribution consists of, you guessedit blood clots heavy bleeding, possible aggravation of mastitis high in estrogen, DES, has been notorious for its dangerousside

Greek Week.In effects.So .
'" little known DES that 1940and 1970it
r was about between
short, the kind of stuff great football
.
was given to women in hopes of preventing miscarriages.The
weekends made of.
are daughters of the women give this pill while pregnanthave
NOW's gripe is that the office the board of an unusually high incidence of vaginal cancer.
managers wants to transfer it to is too small for its OPINIONinflammation AND NOW WOMENconccived in thel940's! and 1950'sare
needs. McAdam says there's no room for the two currently being used to test out the effectiveness of a high-
tables and filing cabinets in the present office.. estrogen pill in preventing pregnancy. It seemslronic. ,
In addition, the group is preparing to start a In addition,the morning-after pill often is not needed after
library with $350 allocated it by Student all. Only 20 out of.every 100 women who have unprotected
intercourse will become pregnant, according to a nursing
Government for that purpose. The library won't fit ( of mammary glands), retention of fluid, magazine with national circulation.
in the smaller office. edema vomiting aggravation of allergic rashes 'nausea, SINCE THE chances of becoming pregnant after unprotected
One of NOW's most intensive projects has been cramps.breast tenderness and enlargement and aggravationof intercourse are rather low, one option is waitinguntil
educating and counseling women about rape. Its migraine headaches. the monthly period; is due. If the period doesn't come on
free pamphlet on the subject is designed to help These are the possible side effects listed by the Physician'sDesk time, a woman can have a menstrual extraction performed.
Reference (PDR). The PDR is a collection of information The'menstrua 'the
) extraction is that draws out
women avoid rape; but perhaps more important is a procedure
the always available; phone number where rape' manufacturers.on drug products compiled with the cooperation,of contents of the uterus.. It must be performed within six weeks
the
after intercourse..,It's not quite five pills a
as simple as taking
victims can get instant and educated counseling ata "PREMARINconsists of a huge dose of estrogen- :" stated t a day for twenty days but it is safer. _
crucial time.
NOW's 'vanguard work in the women's rights

movement reaches every woman student at UF. The Independent David smith Terri Wood
While the other four groups need office space Editor-in-chief Managing Editor
for only short periods, NOW operates 25 to 30 Florida Alligator '
hours a week throughout year.

The clincher is that the board assigned another OH Gm\lca; David Klein '
room as a "floating" office, yet allocated l it to no Debl Fumiss Brian Jon.
tP News Editor
group. Clearly Gator Growl, IFC Interhall and layout Editor loyoct EditorR.A."Tony"

Panhellenic need not be thrown out in the cold if Kendzior .... i. ... .. ... .. ... ....:.... .... ,.e.General
NOW keeps room 313. James V.Cook ...... .... r.. .... ...... ... ." ... .. ... General Manager.Assistant Published by
NOW was supposed to be out of its office last Mrs. Evelyn Best ... ,... ... .. .. .. .. ... ...... .. .... ... ...Administrative Manager Assistant
At last word McAdam Ann.Ma Iph,,",. . .. ., .. .. .. .. ,','..... .. .. .':...,.. :.. ..,... 0 .....,...Bookk. Campus Communications Inc.
night. was vowing
, an C.Roy Shipp .r..r..r..r.....*... ...... ... ... .....Business per
Alamo-style holdout. Tom MacNamara .. ... I ...,* ""t.........'..II.' .,.'...... .."t.o.. ..'.. .Account, P.O. Box 13266 University with
All she's asking is a stay of eviction until NOW Ray McGee Jr. .... ... ':..'..0.... .."...,.,., .. ....... Advertising 40;"" offices Station Gainesville Florida Inn,;,
its the board it Donna Lubrono.. .. .. ... .. .'. .. .,.. .. ..,.... ... . .. Manager behind the College i I'
can present case to next week as ,... .. .. .0. Advertising Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue. ,
key Harper 0 ... ,. .. '.'. .,.,.. .. .. ..Special Sections
should have been able to in November.We Lynda Homier'0' ...... ,..,,. ... .. .,. .. .. .. .. ..'oO.Advertising Production Coordinator Business Office phone: 376.uc6.Editorial .
.. .... ....,, ...,... ,. Manager Deportment: 376-4458
hope Union director Bill Rion will make sure Diana Snyder .. .., ...,. .... Editorial Production
NOW gets that stay. Lynn Sokler..... .. .... ..,. ... ........ ..,.'.. ..., I .Editorial, | Production Manager Manager Advertising Departments, : and 3764482.Pa Production.

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Doctoral Student-0 I
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EDITOR I Recent funding cuts at the JANUARY 7, 1975. Dean sympathetic. goes to student courtEDITOR

University of Florida which have resultedin 'Irjing to do what he can for all students
the termination'of many graduate cut off in Department. Third year students : On January 13th. an article by lieu It" of bike law enforcement and the
teaching assistants have undoubtedly have !first priority*, Staff Writer Mark Scott announcing the UPD amount of tines already being collected. from
produced a variety of sad !stories. If I may January 8. 1975. Dean can find no bike safety ,crackdown appeared on page motorehicle infractions.
he so hold, I would like the following !short money. Cannot persuade Department to three of the Independent Florida Alligator. In No money from traffic fines is channeled to
,
history to represent the plight[ of many follow graduate school policy. Has no real that article Mr. Scott quoted me as saying the campus police department. Money from
graduate !students who find themselves! at power to enforce; can only use ''moral "The idea is to prevent accidents not give! student parking tickets goes to defray the
the: mercy mismanagement of funds as suasion. tickets... we (UPD) make enough money off costs of the Student Traffic Court and the
well as a mismanagement of graduate January 10, 1975. 10:00: A.M. Heard parking tickets." remainder goes to the Gator Loan' Fund.
school and university rules and money for assistantship given to depart This passage has brought! about some Fines collected from Faculty and Staff
regulations. ment. Learn assistantship to be given to misunderstanding and needs to be clarified tickets go to the UF Parking. and Transportation .
January 2, 1975.1 I arrived in Gainesville beginning student. 11:00: A.M. Give information because the parking situation on the UF Committee where the money is
for beginning( of the Winter Quarter. I to Dean of Graduate School. campus has become an agitation for many used for campus road maintenance. Funds for
put in an appearance in my department to Dean's assistant confirms. Department people. Mr. Scott did not misquote me as UPD are controlled by UF Physical Plant
check out the lay of the land. There I am claimed, failed comprehensives. False much as he misinterpreted my comments. Division. '
told, unofficially, that it looks like my information. What is going.! on in The reporter questioned whether OperationLife The object of Operation Life is not to make
assistantship! will be terminated. The department? Who is giving out such information was to be enforced in such proportions as more money or harass cyclists. So far there
(acuity ranked all graduate students and I I' ? 2:00: P.M. Met with Dr. Bryan to create increased revenue from the tickets. have been no bicycle fatalities on campus. We
was not ranked high enough. I try to Office of Academic Affairs. Explained Since the program is designed specifically to like those statistics and we want to keep it
'confirm this information. No one is aroundto situation including allusions to antipathiesin stop accidents and prevent personal injuries, I that way.
confirm. The !silence !seems to say that department. Graduate school and replied ,that increased revenue was not the Jim Shuler
he's only a third year doctoral student; hedoesn't university policy confirmed. Bryan will try object of the program., in view of the dif- UPD Public Information Officer
count lor anything. It doesn't to correct situation.
matter that he has invested 2'/i years in the JANUARY 13, 1975. No one answering ADVICE & DISSENTGame
University! and the University 2'/i' years in phone. Bryan doing all he can. Graduate
l
him., school policy apparently not enforceable if
JANUARY 3,1975. Phone calls to Head Bryan cannot, enforce. Adversaries in
of Department Dean of College Dean of department have won. No money and two for
Graduate School Advisors anybody. quarters from a Ph.D. 1 wonder what plan
Desperation. It isn't pleasant to have SI7 losers do. I wonder if the system, always
and unexpectedly with no explanation to wins. I wonder how undergraduate
he unemployed. Everyone busy or not in. students can tight if a doctoral candidatehas
Wait until Monday. lost before he even begins. I wonder the ultimate bowlROBERT
January 6. 1975. 8:30: A.M. Waiting I in how a University can attract Doctoral
(the Office of the Dean of the Graduate students if they must run the risk of having
School. Finally see him. Explain situation. financial support discontinued if they do
Department received 5 assistantships. not study in a particular area within a
Faculty ranked graduate students. Highest! department, if they disagree with a strong Sound the
ranks would receive aid. No discrimination professor, if the University cannot make its trumpets. Stepto
the beat of the drums. DAVIDSON
between graduate !students and third year Departments and Colleges ,abide by the
Come let's into
on people. get
doctoral students., No consideration of rules.
the spirit of the It's
school that advanced And distinction for the game.
graduate: policy everyone says
exciting. It's habit, forming.It's [ STAFF WRITINGSof
continuing !students receive aid tlrst. Head University is right around the corner.
the
most popular on
of Department claimed 1 rankings! not Distinguished Speech Department' 1. earth. War is the game world'spastime.
Dean would discuss with Doctoral student. 0.
evaluatory.:
others. C.W. Chandler Palestine. miles. Five miles. The Zionists
IMAGINE A beautiful dayon Now let us look at the Israel have crossed the Suez Canal.
the plains of Sinai. For the Zionists. Quarterbacking is a Touchdown!
26th big year. ABC sports is crafty and experiencedveteran WE'RE INTO the second
bringing you the finest of of the Mid-East wars, half action now The Zionistsare
Saturday afternoon warfare. Moshe Dayan. At fullback for defending the Golan
Today we have the greatest of the Zionists former Michigan Heights and the Syrians are
religious competition, with great Gerald Ford will be on the offensive. The Zionists
the mighty Zionists of Israel providing massive arms have their backs to wall and
going against the powerful support. All in all it looks like will, need some inspired
Mid-east Arabs. The battle we have a tine game in store defense to hold back the
cry will sound shortly, but let for you this afternoon. charged up Arabs.
if ,: ::'\:':; :j : us take a few moments to look OFFICIALS for the game Emotions are really flaring
at the teanlS.First are the United Nations down there on the playing
.
"
'
.. an analysis of the Peacekeeping Force. The field. .Syria has led a good!
: ,7';: .. home team, the Mid-East game will start shortly; but drive by the Arabs and that
:
: : ; Arabs. The Arab offense is first ,everyone rise for a tough Zionist defense could
centered around the strong sacrifice to their god. he in trouble. The third
,' ,, armoured\ attack supplied by The war cries have soundedand quarter has ended with the
quarterback Leonid Bresnev.In we have ourselves a first- casualty score;. Israel 7,000
'. the backfield the Arabs class war. The Zionists are on Arabs 10000.
1 1r will be depending on a good! the offensive\ an::: the Arabs Both teams are set up and
showing by Syria and the will he defending the Suez ready lor the crucial fourth
: talented. though unpredictable Canal. quarter play. What's this?
King Hussein of The armies are setting up a Gerald Ford has come off the
The line of battle let's beach and 'will be
\ Jordan. Arabs are so pick up quarterbacking -
.! .' ,:; ;;1' ,\; I..i',wWrestling ,, looking for revenge after last the action. 1 Zionists have ( for the hard
1-: !" ,'* yjr/ J': .: ::, ,'. sears defeat by the Zionists displayed a fine air attack pressed Zionist, team. Ap-
j ," :".,t.l ', and they should be tough. against the Arabs. The parently the excitement of the

.jr.j: >- ,.;.'. .. ,''I'J:'" ,' 1If" ...,....C 't This is a I homecoming the Egyptian defense is crumbling Jtan1C'a'i more than he could
Arabs :&nd'c would like to and !soldiers are being resist. _
t ) .' extend our congratulations !slaughtered: hv' the thousands. THE BATTLE: CRY has
I 'y their newly elected U.N. What. game! The Zionists sounded and it's a beautiful,
.' fans missing extras ? representative Yasar! Arafat arc,f first and goal to go.! "I'enThe lofty ICBM missle launch
delivered to the heart of the.

Middle KAst.lhree..two..one.. ..
Independent .Its
EDITOR: (ii.u i ilia I ;is I personal: I taste but I would thusiasm and support itiicscrvcs all over.: 'Ihe: :orange
was Ithto' Gatt'r'restling> think! .in: !SF.C contender \ and is not nowreceiving. Florida AlligatorDoug mushroom cloudlllnals' the,
team's recent victors over sikh .is the present team :. t'nlortunuclv. ili-t: end ol the game.'' .

.MaKtiiia" laM I :vveeI.yatisfaetiOn tt t\\'n I.', t this considerationpiiviliev. will come; about when 'its' Diol Ron Cunningham.Ent.rtoinm.nt Once: :again' the )game has. ..
Eivp.ci.tllyvineC 't|x'|Milantis great enough! to mastered it'd" .
and
eluded me, 1 I f1.'h'< ) : ,I participants.The
.
Editor Associate Editor
to ,."hnil'l11l'kt'\' piikmcnt /- the '.at,.ilorcincilthMie! contestoccurred sell .1 lot of ti'Letytattendanceiv ( I game: ol rfar cuds without
/I ; regarding j tlu* ab .'.. \ on a ,weekend; andcvlveeially .. lnc }lleie's tosehool spirit. George Kochoniec Jr. / victory. '/'hi'can, 11<; the\: only
sen.c'of ehoerlcailers :and \ ...into'it was a well Photo Editor' conclusion lor in war there is
hand' personnel.Granted ;attcmicil sports event in I I'.S. ll'tbv'\ team' is to begreat. never a' winner, just!' victims.
the student >j nk! riorula le; iii.11'revtling ) I they must learn: how to Grtg Ferrer Mindl K.'rnon Must we continue to cheer our
bloc, cannot be coveredeomplctelv t ,; : will cvcimiallvCt pin. E'h'I1):1t!'. >: vaitt.'oach. Sports Editor Asst Newt Editor armies on) to the ultimate
I to everjone'i ):Ct the ;recognition= t en Jiiilson I Kav Momic: Super Howl game?



10.Independent/ tiorlda Alligator,Thunde,.January 16. 1'75


$175,000 surprise SPECIAL SALE PURCHASE




enriches SG treasury Four Piece SUITS reversable vast

with contrastinq & matchinq slacks

Bj LESLIE GOLAY support of the Equal Rights Amendment at
,. Alligator Staff Writer: the meeting Tuesday night and elected S6'.90)
Senator Sue Cline as the SG representative. to
the ERA coalition.
Student Senate President Kevin Malone The senate passed an amendment that manufacturers suqqestod retail priceI&0.00
announced Tuesday night that an extra would pay the salary of the Chief Justice of the $
SI75.000 I > of "unanticipated surplus money"came Traffic Court from the money collected from
in to Student Government'this year. campus traffic violation fines rather than
The extra money is due to an excess in from SG as had been done previously. DRESS SLACKS $12.90
enrollment this year Malone said. "This is the first time a SG officer is not
THE "unencumbered funds" to be paid by SG.The high revenue the traffic court 30.W
allocated by the Activity and. Service Fee gets from traffic violations'can pay for him. THREE FOR
Advisory Committee (ASFAC) "just fell into SG can use the money better' Malone said.
our laps" according: to Malone.SG The senate also passed an amendment
Treasurer Greg Sherman said "this is changing membership on the Student Faculty 800 hair casual, slacks: $590
up and beyond what we anticipated" in Insurance Board.
revenue from the activity and service fee. Malone explained now there won't be a noly '\ ;ter blends' nlaids t
According to Sherman ASFAC has total representative from Blue Cross.Blue Shield
control: over whefe the money will go. Insurance Company on the board as there. & solids ,
1 Recommendations will be made by the had been in the past.
committee this year. This will encourage bids from other insurance
THE STUDENT Senate reaffirmed theirThiefproof companies, he.said.



bike banks\ lettrfimar


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scheduled for campus LOCATED AT 1-95 & NEWBERRY RD.


daily till 9:00 Sunday till 6:00: 373-9297
A virtually 'foolproof method of bicycle theft rate is greater there Lobeck said. Open :
security is now available to UF students LOBECK said a student from each campus SlElSlGnMnEMElS
acording to Dan Lobeck, Student Government dormitory area is needed to be in charge of
Secretary of Consumer Affairs. renting the devices.That student will receive r
Devices called "bike banks" are being 50 cents for each rental he or she obtains.
WHEN YOU'RE STUCK
installed on campus to provide students with '(This commission will be paid for out of the $3
more secure means of locking their bicycles rental fee.)
Luheck said. An additional! 50 cents per rental will go to
, FOR THE RIGHT WORD.
pay one student who will be in charge of .
STUDENTS can rent the bank from replacing lost keys making necessary repairs
Student Government the rate often cents a and-assisting in the installation of new banks re
day or (lor S3 a month. throughout campus.
The I hanks have already been installed in Students interested in applying for either
Murphree Area. position should contact Debbie Feinberg
The heaviest concentrations of banks will Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs, at 373-
he installed in dormitory areas because the 3975.



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'f ,',: ;\ : ". Florida State Museum
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:> ,.' : receives donated'gifts

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..(\ :. ) ", .. If : : + Bj JAMES R.ECCLLS tor our visitors,".picklnson Said
1';; : : >: O( { j" .':':J.' 'f" :M Hlgto staff t Writer I .. ) Gifts finding'a new: );' hit'4i the museum
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.**. j- .3jfl ,#,. ." ( ':, 'Nom .., include: a collection of Indian artiticats.
Bu ,
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Imagine opening gift and 4.000 Atncan ceremonial masks filled with
; 1"*' .. J;? vV HoclSens.ble scheduling"plenty Of \ 1 r:'.':"H : t.'; a finding! a room
::-<:-v',.*, *?'jtftf .:" 'free P<" ,"-g Call 377.4024 p' came by ..,(:. : "; pickled snakes. frogs and lizards. shelves of bottled fish handguns, fertility
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'w'''''':v f:5 4. 6th St and soy Hey! : The l Florida State Museum is expecting dolls a.\ 533 carat emerald appraised at

> "> such a gift from former museum staff $100.000- the largest natural gem found in
rv- / member* Dr. Samuel Telford who will send North America and an embalmed alligator
from South American this week. donated by a Miami mortuary science school.

MUSEUM Director J.C.: : Dickinson! believes.
the most valuable gift is the 'gift of information -
and especially information leadingto
fossil sites.

F:+ ,, On several occasions people have informed
Dickinson of finding bones that have' led to

.'. '. .. the discovery of an entire fossil site..
: A couple starting a nursery in Archer palled
...
..' the museum six months ago to examine a 1
bone that their plow unearthed. The bone was
the key to a rich pliocene site that museum
scientists studied last summer.
"A BONE found by a boy 15 years ago led
GO fflJOOIIIIIG: us to a fossil site in Newberry that is still
active today," Dickinson said. p IK41M .
The museum also receives. national fun-
LIVE BAND EVERY: : WEEK ding. I 'v M
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dowment for the Arts Washington D.C. has

\ JULES VERNE BAND IS BACK enabled should the museum attract to high expand school an exhibitionthat science

(ISUNRISE HIGHWAY classes" Dickinson said.
is Coming Soon)
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By TOM SHRODER Uf is already committed to( readmittingthose !
Alligator Staff Writer students who have been previously

The admissions freeze will end this month, enrolled.
Jacksonville Gainesville but "a substantial number of qualified fresh Based on past enrollments. Dr. James
and transfers" will be Burns UF engineering professor projected
man junior college
Corntr of Park &
King 1430 S.W.13 Street
between 17.838 and 18.781 students will
frozen out of UF in the fall when enrollmentcaps
go into effect. return to UF next tall

UF Executive Vice President Harold IN EITHER case, freshman'admissions are
;""'f Hanson said Wednesday he received set at 2,900 by a Board of Regents ruling.
\
f,:. t\: .,.,;" ''' '. -:. '" 1 assurances from, Tallahassee the regents- That leaves space for between 2.096 and
-' imposed admissions freeze will be over by the 3,039 transfer undergraduates. .
":. I \ : DOtNIGANSfl. : ., end of the month.ENROLLMENT. The larger estimate for transfers is basedon
caps were enacted in the the percentage of UF students in 1972 who
,tall .to limit the growth of state universities. returned to UF in 1973. The smaller tirure is
Monday the Board of Regents imposed a based on the same calculation between 1973
; 1 PRICE SALE! complete' halt on admission of students to and 1974.
. 2 allow time for study of the present financial BURNS SAil more students return tl
: emergency. school in ,years of poor job markets.
II. '0"" -LADIES'- Hanson said the freeze was "a spur of the The beginning of a recession this fal
!.L, ,: moment thing" he never considered very marked the highest percentage of returning
important."The students since 1971 when an economic
'-t' : ... Shirts & tops'i important thing we have been downturn combined with American involvement

.',' : Tennis w'ear. .. > considering is how we will impose enrollment. in Viet Nam to drive students backto
( : 'lL' ; :. limits next fall" Hanson said. campus in droves Burns,said.

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Bring in the first urine of the day. .. "PETE KNEW neither one ot us was doing
COST IS SI25, payable in money order or anything. Of course, I didn't stop him either. They
cashier's check. Cash or personal checks. not ac rely on women to do it; that's their place."
cepted. Do your parents know? "My mother didn't
know. 1 couldn't see any reason to tell her There
Bring a sanitary napkin with you. was nothing she could do but be hurt and worried."
Do not bring any luggage. "ANI ON..They talk for an hour, fill out
"I 1 FELT relieved. Pete and I could handle the medical forms.
money OK. I telt like a burden, a weight had rolled This place is impressive. Warm human, caring.
off my shoulders. Wednesday couldn't come soon "You're a person, not some kind of beast with:
enough. I counted the days until I would be normal your legs stuck up in the air." r
again." Then the waiting. The doctor who does the _
Being pregnant is more than being in the family' procedure drives in from Jacksonville and doesn't
way. The hormonal changes affected her spirits as get in town until 2 p.m. Things are late.
well. Cheerful optimism gave way to bitching, flights A BLACK girl from south Florida sits next to
of mood, and a cattiness she thought was reserved to Emma, and Emma can feel her tension. So they
competing movie queens and old maids."I talk, about symptoms, families, goals school.
found myself getting real upset, crying every Waiting. Abortion:
day for no reason at all. I wanted to be loved all the Emma is called, handed a 15-cent Maas Brothers
time, to be held-think of me, me, ME!" shopping bag with a gown in it. Clothes off(you can
THERE WAS fear. keep your socks on_ ), gown on and snapped at the
"I tried not to think about it because I was afraidof
what I was going to think about. afraid I'd feel neck.Waiting.. Candas comes in with a couple cigaretts.
too much emotion and it'd overwhelm me if I Talk about self-hypnosis, pinched nerves, night
thought about it too much." classes. From the next room, a machine thrums to The Law
.and doubt. life and'a few seconds later the fluid suction does its
"Maybe this is what I should do. Maybe I'm work.
supposed to have this baby and this is the course of PALMS"SWEAT and perspiration rolls down her
action for me. Maybe this is my only chance and I'm back.
throwing it away." Now. The Right
ABORTION was the only chance. Into the examination room up on the table. The :
Wednesday morning, bright and cold. Off to a gangly lady is Emma's nurse. Dr. Cohen greets
late start-typical-and few words to offset the Emma squeezes her arm. Candas is there too, as
silence as Pete drove Emma to the clinic. Emma lies on her ,back feet propped in covered,
It'll be over soon. This time tomorrow, everythingwill warm stirrups. The
be over. .done. .finished.. Breast exam, then pelvic. Candas holds her hand, Actt
ALREADY WOMEN are perched on those the other smoothing the hair from her face. She
comfortable chairs. The big day for six seven, 10 talks.WHAT t
other women. Mostly white middle class from ARE you studying in school? Sounds
young to the other side of 30. interesting. Got a job lined up? graphics by stove procto
You're not alone. Fingers in and out, probing, feeling.
Lab work blood test urine test chatting with the "Eight weeks," Dr. Cohen tells the nurse. "Rightin to life'
sprightly, gray-haired lady in the white lab coat. She the uterus. Beautiful." 'Right sought
tells Emma everything she does why it's done what EMMA TALKS, feels the needle piercing her
it'll reveal about Emma's body. insides. Zilocaine, works fast pain becomes a dull
COMMONPLACE things and it helps Emma pressure, like the dentist shooting your gums with by anti-abortion
relax makes the waiting easier. novacaine. groupBy
Next is group counseling-six, seven women troop Pain again like being ripped in two from the -
into another room settle on cushions the floor crotch widening the cervix to fit the pinky finger KAREN MEYER use contraceptives" said O'Malley.
wherever. "The Procedure," as the abortion is diameter off the, evacuation tube. Dilation. Alligator Staff Writer Some contraceptives do not receive V
euphemistically known to the clinic's workers and Candas saying keep your eyes open slow deep group's endorsement.
patients is explained with pictures, pieces of breaths yes good relax. Still holding her hand her The right to life. INTRAUTERINE devices prevent t th
equipment and plastic uteruses. Abortion opponents think it belongs ",to fertilized egg from being implanted in the Wand *
Vacuum aspiration is used for women less than 12 arm.MACHINE on the whir sloppy suction two three everyone. therefore could be considered a form'''
weeks pregnant. Basically, it's up on the table, knees four seconds-it's over. Plastic tubes, metal "WE ARE seeking a constitutional abortion O'Malley said.
bent and heels in the stirrups. In with a plastic speculum eight.week old tissue impregnationblood. amendment that would protect life from The birth control pill, still being jnvestigaflfor
speculum to widen the vaginal opening let the :gone. conception to natural death" Alachua County possible relation to cancer, is consider""
doctor see what's going on. It's over. Right to Life member Lois O'Malley said. "okay" but not officially endorsed.
THEN SEVERAL shots of Ziloca ne, a local "Just let me pull my legs up and rollover_ ," Founded in reponse to the gradual "I I guess everyone knows babies are hard
anaesthetic into the cervix, the entryway to the INSIDES ACHY,'cleaned out, heavy, cramped liberalization of state abortion laws "Right to come by. Literally hundreds of people WI
fetus-holding uterus. In the next minute a rapid gets worse.'Tears dribble from Emma's eyes stop. Life" groups popped up all around the nation. them" she said.
succession of flexible plastic tubes of increasing Candas still there how do you feel. With the, Supreme Court decision of 1973, WHAT ABOUT the young single woman
diameter is inserted to widen the opening to suck the Feel faint eyes going black ears ringing. God. that limiting abortions in the first trimester is college who doesn't want to give up school II
fetus out. dam cramps. Ten. 12 steps to the recovery room. unconstitutional, they banded together to form a job because she forgot her pill one day?
Then it's over, the whole procedure taking bare Tina's in charge there. Lie down blanket, heating the national organization and on to create the She should have the child and give it up I
minutes. pad for those foul cramps. Two pills washed down most powerful anti-abortion lobbying pressurein adoption O'Malley said then pick back up h
"I was kind of worried until the group counseling with warm tea. Empirin for cramps others to Congress. schooling and.work. .
jession where they tell you what's going on. The contract the uterus to normal position. "ABORTION is not the answer," said Another 'Alachua member, Mrs. Jo
thing that helped me out the most was all the people BLOOD pressure down, pulse down, temperaturedown O'Malley, Alachua County chapter member. Valenti, said that while a woman should hay
there. There were married women there on their all down except the cramping pain in that With one exception: if the physical not right to her own body, the fetus althou
second, third abortions. After talking to them .I I double-cupped handful of female organs. mental life of the mother is endangered. dependentonthe mother for life support t:
tought. well, it can't be that bad." It's done. Over.;Finished., Abortion is justified in that case on the separate body. ,
PULSE, temperature, blood pressure checked Empirin works fast Emma feels better already. "rationale that the baby is attacking the "IF A WOMAN doesn't wish to bear a chi'
and noted in the medical charts. Unprcgnant. Ready to face the rest of life. Must wait' mother." she shouldn't have to. There are enough sot.
And the hesitant questions begin. Will it hurt? 30 minutes before leaving the clinic. BUT EVEN an aborted fetus has a right to birth control measures available that
How long will it take? When can I make love again? "IT'S GOT to be kind of stupid if you don't wantto live, said O'Malley, and doctors should make shouldn't, get pregnant,:* said Valenti..
Will I be able to have children if I want them? have a baby to keep screwing around and not special efforts to that end. Where the mother had German measles 0
"They're pretty frank and open over there. One of using anything. O'Malley justified the case of Boston obstetrician drug like Thalidomide and chances were g(
the girls was concerned with pain. All she could ask "If 'ou're pregnant, don't go through all this Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin now facing the child would be less than normal, abortion
about was the pain." trouble, don't have the baby.if you don't want to, manslaughter charges for failing to try to keepa still not justified, said Valenti.
AND INDIVIDUAL counseling with Candas. don't go jumping into anything.) You'\e still got a four-month-old aborted fetus alive. "To kill 10 healthy fetuses to eliminate] I
What do you think of this abortion? chance. Abortion isn't that bad. You'll be so happy Abortion said O'Malley doesn't solve the unhealthy one seems wrong," said Vale
"All along I didn't think of it in terms of being when its over with. 1'\'( known. things that hurt initial l problem of getting pregnant. "Where there is any possibility the child will!
pregnant.- All it meant was that if the test was worse than an abortion. "MOST WOMEN get pregnant because they normal, it (abortion) shouldn't be done.
)sitive. it meant abortion. If negative, noroblem. 'You're part of a statistic. I read that 110 womena want to. whether they) realize it or not" she "There is a place in society for all hurn:
) ." : month get abortions here. One hundred ten said."And including those less capable than some
Were you using any kind of birth control? women A-month can find a way out." most women who have abortions don't else," she said.Poge .



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I Abortion laws swing full circle. I IBy



KAREN MEYER in order to .
Staff Writer protect the woman's health. from "right to Life" organizations strong person at conception and therefore is entitled
Alligator Not until the
.. fetus is viable-usually 24-28 enough to keep the pace of litigation rapidly to constitutional rights of due process and
weeks-may the state regulate abortion for
moving. equal protection.
abortion was a woman'schoice. the
171 protection
ago of
Until yean the fetus.
TWO PROPOSED Congressional President Gerald R. Ford is on record as
. THAT MOMENTOUS
decision was not amendments amendment that would
were recently deemed probably favoring an give states
disappeared with the first the end
choice of
The the controversial issue, but the ineffective at overriding the Supreme Court the power to regulate, allow or forbid ,
abortion statute passed by a British
restrictive beginning of a series of questions left abortion decisions by a Senate subcommittee abortion.
Parliament in J 1803. unanswered by the Supreme Court justices. The amendments, sponsored by Senators Making abortion a state issue might receive I
TIME from that A
spanning Florida
TilE
IN federal district court handled one James L. Buckley, R-New York; and Jesse A. support from Right to Life advocates if op-
moment until the U.S. Supreme Court such question in August of 1973, only to have Helms, R-North Carolina are designed to ponents of free choice are convinced the
legalized abortions on Jan. 22, 1973 women both sides appeal and the U.S. Supreme limit! the availability of abortions. Helms and Buckley amendments will not
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constantly to regain the freedom of Court refused :
battled to review the
case. EACH; ; PROVIDES; that every fetus is a work.INTRAUTERINE .
choice. The Florida ruling said the consent of the
They fought courts. husband of a married woman or parents of an
They fought religion. unmarried minor cannot be required for an
THEY FOUGHT other women, who abortion in the first trimester.
believed the right of the fetus came before OTHER ISSUES already or soon to be
their own. raised. include:
The reward changed abortion from a crime The authority of states to require
back to a choice, giving the states the optionof doctors to make special efforts to keep
specifying that only doctors may perform aborted fetuses alive; a Boston doctor

abortions.In currently faces manslaughter charges for
1972, just before the court made its failure to do so.Whether .
move, a Gallup poll showed 46 per cent of the city or state hospitals can
general population in favor and 45 per cent refuse to permit any abortions, in their
. opposed to legalized abortion.IN facilities proposed in Congress by Sen. Frank
. MARCil of 1974 the Gallup poll found Church D.-Idaho. -1
- little change in the split vote with 47 per centin The power of state or local governments,
favor and 44 per cent opposed. to forbid advertisements telling where to get
The effects of that Supreme Court ruling abortions, charges former Alligator Editor
multiplied more rapidly than ever an- Ron Sachs faced in 1971. ,a
ticipated.The ., The right of a woman on welfare to'have
original 1973 decision held that the the state pay for an abortion. .
V right of privacy of all citizens under the 14th The authority of Congress to withhold
Amendment "is broad enough to encompass federal funds for abortions in a variety of DEVICES Photo by g.orge kochanlec: jr.

a woman's decision whether or not to ter- federally financed programs. .lippes Loop, Coil Nullip, and the new Copper-7
minate her pregnancy." The right of doctors in prison on
BY DECLARING unconstitutional the criminal abortion convictions to get out.
; restrictive Texas and Georgia abortion When a fetus becomes a viable person. Month of
I statutes in the original cases, the court After the initial Supreme Court ruling, pregnancy
overruled all state laws that restrict a written by Justice Harry A. Blackmun the ,
woman's'right to obtain an abortion duringthe justices have tended to let lower courts handle

t first three' months of pregnancy. the sprouting side issues. sets medical method
After that point the state may regulate the But legislators in states and Congress "
abortion procedure to a "reasonable" extent continue to encounter lobbying pressures

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Alligator Staff Writer NOT ONLY does cost increase with ad-

xhotb vanced pregnancy, but so does the com-
Kathy boarded a plane bound for New plexity. '
York in 3:30 a.m. darkness three years ago. The saline injection method, used in the
She remembers the sun rising as she flew fifth and sixth months,costs around $500.
over Virginia with a four month old fetus Amniotic fluid is withdrawn with a large
kicking inside her. needle and replaced with a saline solution
AND SHE remembers the gnawing feelingof inducing labor, a far more painful and
t irony after the abortion as she watched the dramatic experience for a woman. '
sun set over Virginia hours later on the way DAVID SAID her clinic investigates each
41U home. woman's medical background before ac-

-tfl "Right-to-Life" groups would point up the cepting her for an abortion.
symbolism, but Kathy said she "definitely did "Some women for medical reasons simply
1k .I the right thing.", shouldn't have an outpatient operation_ y
w 1 1J 1m "If I had a kid and was busy with dirty done," she said,. citing diabetics as an *
socks and diapers and no chance to go to example.The '
l A q. .. school, what would 1 be?" she said, rolling her Women's Health Center requires a
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1 woman be over 18 or have parental or
eyes.KATHY
J WAS one of thousands of women guardian's consent, and be less than 12 weeks
who flew to New York where liberal abortion pregnant. All records are confidential.
laws were in effect three years before the U.S. GROUP, individual and birth control *
rdvv 1 1.f
Supreme Court opened the doors to choice. counseling are part of the process of the non-
5)S, Today Kathy's abortion would be subject to profit clinic said David.
In. some state regulation since her pregnancy was "What we're basically trying to ,do is makea
I so far along. situation that could( be traumatic into a -
But during the first three months, the growth experience," she said. '
decision is up to the woman and her Homemade patient gowns, and a recovery
P physician. room de-hospitalized with tapestries and
THE PRICES and procedures are paintings are designed to relax 'patients.
1 .f essentially the same. David said about 94 per cent of the patients '
1ive The'vacuum aspiration method is used return for their post-operative checkups two
during the first trimester. The $125 operation weeks after, the' 24 hour hot line answers ,
Is generally only requires a local anaesthetic and dozens of reassurance calls daily. .-
recovery period of about an hour. THE PROPORTION of married to single ::
Gainesville Women's Health Center women having abortions is about one to four, ..
.hil.u director Betsy David said this includes a postoperative David said, with 15 to 20 per cent of the total .
check and counseling before, duringand being black.
e after for both the man and woman. ,David didn't have any idea on the local:. .
_. THE SAME operation and brief counseling ration of Catholics to non-Catholics, but
or as ;'", in,a single day cost from S125 to $175 in New national data suggests the influence of
."' I York in 1970. .Catholicism is not as overpowering as the ;'. -
In s
f A I Dialation and Curetage (m and C), like Ch rch's avowed anti-abortion stance. ... "
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Kath had. is performed from 12 to14 weeks. The Gainesville; center has performed over ? y'
oe1n i.I i. .C' This inpatient operation usually requires a "00 abortions since its opening in May J 1974, '* ;
general anaesthetic. with cost ranging from and elsewhere abortions are on the increase. t,

I e .,;.:- 'I..... .. S200-.W) ) >. A Jacksonville clinic reported performing"more "
'. ,From 14 to 16 weeks an abortion is' not than 2,600 abortions since June 1973, ;

'JUS one, kochoni Ir. medically safe tor the woman because the and having a patient volume 10 per cent.,up',"
BETSY DAVID photo by george walls of the uterus enlarge.and become very from last year despite the presence of the new

demonstrates gentle suction of vacuum aspirator thin. Any instrument could easily perforate Tallahassee and Gainesville: centers.I1 .





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12 STRING ELECTRIC YAMAHA GUITAR 12 strings guitar, &movie camera for sole : 135 mm 2 8 Aulo-Yashin on-5x .?'pen: 10th tt. 3 blocks from computed! needed viKoyo 'top* $70' Monthly''''' + 1.3
call 3926074 efter. 4 (o-4i.59-p) Good Condition $80.00 with'" Call
e siir 4.MN sale $125 3926403 (5T-57-P) pm lert greg 377-9625/ 5:30: to 7:00: doily or top utilities' please contact debl' or Cindy immediately
Coll 377.5716 Anytime (A-5T 61-NC)
sell
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dopa Acoustic guitar fine shape SOS denwood kr7400 .celvlf'ltlt $520 by (b-5t-J9p. ) 3739147 (C-5T-J8-P)
Sutews $370, dual 1229 for $155, Integratedcircuit AC-DC Cassette Recorder, mint condition
small 70wl gibson amplifier two input female
JAN RENT PAIDI! Move in now.
tort N. W. OHS fit. 7:00 20$ largo portable Ww tv woks well stereo equalizer for $100, kenwood cord, .,tic, case spore tapes ((4)), needed for luxury 1 l-bedrm' roommote .- own.rm (in 4 br oak Forest.
':21 35$ 51? ne 6th street (0.A.59.p) 8002 power amp ISO, call 373- extras. $3500 Call 372-0545, Keep '..roommoo Opt' $95 mon'ht ''t.utilities, Call 373- opt comfortable' A bike to UF $86-mo for
EXCITING ADVENTURE! 67 mgb-cellent condition "onl.ecenly 7930 ((0-51-59-p) "tryirgl (A-3T61-P) '0888 (b5t-59p) own rm call bill or chuck 3731617.. (C-

WLTDLSNI'.YPtf 1 19 i9 triumph gt6t overhauled\ Irons 5T-S7-P) .
OWJCl10NS : rebuilt' wsteel rodioli' padded Sharp TV b-w 10 inch screen 8 month
rpllbor, 72 seats $1200 378.0663 or after motor' very good body good. radio, new ; :
old $4000. 377-1496 (A.3T-61-P) pricel'paid for doss
just GOlD t SILVER top
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flft&HiH.. 6 (tuei-Fn) 22061 [fo-4t-59) carpeting, new brakes, clutch.' Nice 25 WANT D'Female confidential, call
ken 378-4432 $1600. (o-5t-59-p) rings-eld lew.lry"IC.;
"O'i' fnV 4iliiT. Down sleeping bog, mummy with. v-lube mpg "Otiie 373-389.4 (c-SO-53-c)
I construction Medium weight, hiking, 1972 VOGUE mobile horn 12 I 70. Has '
I I + 't bath... Kitchen'washerdryer ,
boots, never used, size 9. call 373.2353 den, bar, kitchen,' living room with FOR RENT own room 3 Gad Students' need roommate' own
$85 +
ofter 3 p.m. 10.5.59-p) fireplace, '2 br, I bath, wall to wall privilege oo mo. loom in great' haute. Fireplace, plants,
1 Technicolor] utilities Carol 392.1655 8-5 or 373-
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'''.wcn Dn w.re.vcwo e er Weber 'Pig'' Surfboard Mutt 5.11 $80. carpet, central air-heat', completely '9458,1 After $. No pets Please (C.SP.60-P) music, yard, friendship., $86 mo +.'' '.
I Excellent Condition Coll 376.8334 After furnished luxurious, economical, easy roommates wanted soon os possible 2bedroom expenses call 373-3734 (C-2T-61-P)
6. (o5l59p. ) terms Call 373-1071 and leave name 2 bath' furn garden opt liberal Female Roommate Wanted, to
'Mt eMIr wI country mole roommate own room in 2 br opt'In
e ". '1972 suzuki 1500, excellent condition, and phone. (A-3T-60-P) $116 50 mo t utilities" great location' call/ share furnished luxurious$150 .opt.month.....2 Inquire bedroom'all after 5 rw section $B5 mo. + 's ulil call (John,at
2.e.13 '. sissy bor,fairing, 2 helmets, turn signals, greenhouse sale healthy ferns, cacti, 378-1761 on/time ((6-5T-57-P) the a Susan 2002 (C-10T- 377-8812 after 200 (C-3T-6I-P)'
at Village
in p.m.
Sunday
$750 best offer mutt sell 376.9667 foliage plants cloy pots
lets N. W. 11M Sf. ':U or Female roommate' to share brm. in
.60 P _
evenings (o-St-59-p) rOam-4pm. go west'on newberry rd past' ROOMMATE--3 BEDROOM APART ) '
beautiful Wmdmeodows. $66 mo.f
1-75 ,to nw 91 stt. follow signs. (A-3T-60-( MENTREGENCY OAKS OWN Student or couple wonted' to shore <
.!L-) BEDROOM $120 + 1-3 UTILITIES MIKE .:spacious 3 b,. house with'''' 2 m. students util. Desperate' AC; pool tennis sauna
TcA..cIftFEIUIO NEED CASH! URGENT Must sell Hondo 1974 CB 360. A i] 3738246 (B-5T-60-P) 15 min drive Pete. welcome. 67mo. 315 Coll P) Rhondo or Deb 372.0379 (C4T-61-

condition (dust out of shop for tune up:I.II __________ __-_____ ,N.E.43rd Terrace. 5 pm. (C.3T.60-PI
UNIVERSlfrtAWNMQKfKH1W Asking price but will take best offer Co mole roommate needed to sublet opt Wonted: Place to live Own room Into'
Howard ot 2-7364 (oflernoons) (A5T.59.PAR ] close to campus 49.50 per mo ". util 2 T AA., good music, good people, call 392-
Univ )
<76 3)14 Turntable,perfect condition. w-Shure bdrooms furnished swimming, pool + 9573 or 8133 leave name & number FREE POPCORN

LOAN BUT SILL TRADE cartridge, $75. Dynaco A.25 speakers, laundry call 378.3981 Ask for Steve ((8. Please respond Molt (c-5t-59-p) 7

. . . r c $75 pair. Coll 378-9994' evenings (o-3t- ST60P) roommate, 2 br.opt Furnished $52.00 + 5
M.P) for sublel-opartment at' the modern '1. utilities monthly. gotortown' opts, call I'Ak.iuii

SEARS ELECTRONIC SLIDE RULE 7 mo. old place apart. beginning, feb. I. central air 377-9993 (51-59-p) AT
CHINA $100 or offer. 377-6290 ANYTIME TILL cond. & heating, pool, foxes, all for room mate wanted 75 per month Vi
1200 P.M (A-5T-57-P) $93,25 per mth. 3777011. george (B-3T- utilities ofter 630 377 5560 woyre (c-3t- LONGBRANCHTHE

WEEK Surfboard 6'10" Challenger roundedpinGood 60-P) 59-p)_
I 75
Condition call Herb 392-9178 (A2T .
THURSDAY TOO AWAYWITHJUJLPgSTS< ( .61.P) WANT TO MOVE?
ibA0gRl1&JOSHUA.HORN ONLY MAN WHO CAPTURES THE i
MEDICALSClENCE I Electric Guitar' t amp $300 phone 378- If you desire to move from your present
AND830XEALTH 4744 after 6p ",.. (A.5T-6T) location we con rent,sublet it or find, you REAL LENNY BRUCE IS LENNY BRUCE!'
CARE IN CHINA'SPEAKEH MARGARET a roommate immediately at NO COST.
Panasonic om-fm stereo and cassette
MEG SCIENCE AUDITORIUM
UJ..MEDICAL. Call !I
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H7-W FRIDAY 7<30"WOMEN HXCHINA"SPEAKER BECKY" HAMILTON, tape player and amplifier. $120 or best' United,' Real Estate Assoc. Inc. LAST DAY
offer 377-1496 (A-3T-61-P- )
MCCARTY 6186 I 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-i5-c)
PUUS: I Sherwood S-7100 om-fm stereo, amp 100 LENNY BRUCEPEA'FOAMArtCE
CONTEMPORARY CHINESE FACTS-FVA( STATE MUSEUM watts w- Dual 1215s auto 'turntable and female wanted Brandywine opt $67 2
H-1 -1-I7-75 quadrflex 12 inch speokeri. Just $425, bdrm 2 bath large rms Jan rent
i CONTEMPORARY CHINESE POSTER EXHIBIT GRINTER GALLERY 377...96 (A-3T6I-P) negotiable' furn. tv stereo "hid' pool etc
I'O-7S-1-I775 call or come by W-189 378-6031 (B-2T-
,,. IBM Selectnc' II typewriter 7 months old-
CHINESE PRINT EXHIBIT 2ND flOOR REITZ UNION ;::,;J : '" used less than 100 hours only $500 or 61-P) 7:30, 9:DO FILM
1 M3i -I'I7'blh best' offer 377-1496 (A-3T-61-P) FEMALE ROOMMATE share 2 bd 10:30 !
frunnhed lake-pool fully
Guild MADEIRA steel siring guitar like opt on
month free rent $75
equipped. one mo
new $12500377-1496 (A-3T-61-P)
ARTS PERFECT condition $60 call Peggy at 392- 2 bdr.Behind Norman Hallll Brand new' 1 > t. ; IJI!

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heat, carpets. Walk to campus ((11416))
Open 7 Days 377-4992
$100-Efficiency No last month. or deposit WOMCTCO TWINPLAZA LAST The Man With The Golden Gun

No Parses Fully furnished.... Quiet' oreall!I ((11415)) L I 2:15 1 4:45 7:15 9:45
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Open 7 Days 377-6992
3 bdr.$160 large house located near
University' Aver Heat, shag carpeting,
drapes. Short lease. ((1143))
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GifaHiEfPUBTII and walking distance' of campus Ideal for .
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Travel discounts year-round Student Air
Trove) Agency 'Inc 5299 Roswell Rd.
pATOR CLASSIFIEDSLP Atlanta, Go. 30342 252-3433 (M-UT-

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informal friendly oil facilities 5 ml
from uf stalls.$75. pasture.(30. 376-
WANTED HELP WANTED 4719 keep trying (M-IOT-60-P)
HELP WANTED
PERSONALYou've SERVICES dive the bahamas spring break
inselort interviews one cloy Spore,time, selling W c.nt ,tcrelory. tO unlimited 3 meals bunk oil
per prOli'( pan lime hrs air- a day-a
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.18 9-4 heard our ads on the radio seen clothing-mad
.IIIdov January ,, Comp selling mushroom wall ; c oiiom to your wishes
plaques mail temporary eves mull be able 10 for$140 for 5 glorious days mar 24-28-ph
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and Comet Sitter-Brother Camps typo our members on TV; seen our ods in the <,"western" shim gowns, slacks. alteration
S3.00.hour
call 373.7102 John oppelboom 392-8753 (M-5T-OO-P)
(If- poPer'! Now it's to Come out *
niylvonia' Director seeking 2.50 including for 3T 01'-P) up you on general sewing experienced
personnel' in all departments, catalogue The postage peer's COM sample PO plus Box this Saturday and experience firsthandthe I amilrtw Susan 377.607. (M-3T-6I- Self Realization/ Assistance A personal
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(3T-60-CJ AUTOS sailplane-glider. Our experienced instructors HORSE KM LEASE-en. Rep American by your astrology chart. Dennis 377-4159.
69 Comoro excellent condition air, auto will be pleased to take you for Soddlebred Geld. Far pleasure' or show. (will teach) (m-5t.59-p)
I Iran, 330 ci,on* own.. SHOO Call 378- on introductory ride this Saturday Call 376.1881 (MST-clP)
B3&I (G3U1P) 3730798 for scheduling after 6. The Auto repair. Foreign and Domestics,
Florida Soaring Association (J.\IT-61-P) Will typo your dissertation Thesis guaranteed work at good rates, see Bill. or
1971 Suboru wagon. good 'lires, a-t, 30 Reports manuscripts tie. experienced Mike of 216 NE 3rdAv. from 10:00 till 7;00
6 CIARI mpg SI200.call 373-2353 after 3 pm ((9. LOST FOUND Foss and accurate.377-6613 (M-5T-4I-P) JM.ST-58-fJ( )

5t59pl)______ PHOTOGRAPHERS Interested m f
'1947 mustang ps oc auto 289 v8 new o photo co-op contact any one bill 'coven 373I I EVERYTHING MUST BE, SOLD
Hot Nuts condition tires 17 mpg body end interior good 9359 after 6 (M-ST-57-P)
drive train perfect S450 see at
I 116 nw IS si opt c after S pm (G-ST. -60i1 lost on campus Gold bracelet' with designGreat GOING OUT
SAT JAN 17,18 9 A 11 ) sentimental' value Reword 377-3000
73 mazda (1-4T-58-P( ) .
806 automatic air etc. 22-31
I mpg 17000 In good condition 377..,1. a lost.SR 50 calculator bet Wm 100-A)( ands FORCE TO MOVE OUR : ,
kets on sole $2 JWRU box office 373-4701 e.t. 235 (G.5T.5I-P) Shonds. post on bus Gen Reward No :
4 asked Call 3924843 or 3734976. (l-ST-58- ;',
vega 73. good condition 3.1pMd. must BUSINESSSOME :
it the Rat sell: $1300. call 3764610 aft. S pm or 'I .
392.6S80during 'the day ask for michel. FOUND\ SET Of Car Keys Identify CALL
((6.ST-40.P) LANA 373-9704 ((..3740NCOFound NEW, SOME USEDKing

Volvo, 1970 U4i AC. SI I 650. : Pair of mere block glasses in tiie bed complete $14995
Negotiable 373-5250 keep trying' (C- block vinyl COlt with rubber nose S-piece bedroom suite $9930
5T.6C.PI) ) bridge 'found thursday night In ..trottntOI' Table lamps $1."each
unlv. t 17th St. Ask for Wanda at
Dining< room chairs $370(
PERSONAL 392-1882/1-51-59-ncl! Living room suite $69.25
0,10yROID-TIME mnrtar board applications now $25 Reword for return of red and white 7-piece dinette set $8.95MattressesSprings
ATMOPNERpoet.d available for junior college transfers Beagle mole lost vicinity of sears Jan 9 $9.75
N junior women with 3,(Ovs pick up yours at Has Dod co logs no questions, call Twin beds complete $7840
the*eiti union activities desk on third 377-7904. 392-2977 (Q3tS9p) Heavy carpet 9x12 $19.50100's

13.r *Frs..W w+e FtIb91TM L.urlctle p'ns floor or tig fl Info desk. (J.ST-!I-C)
OF OTHER ITEMS CASH OR TERMS
{ >r9urir 191! iFsorirar l 1.rt.'Y.d Fly in sailplane this Saturday for a new SERVICESScuba
experience Which you'll treasure
forever: Call 373-0798 after 6. The FURNITURE CITYCorner
h. a tMM Mrsiwr Wettlti rds'9.L f :M Florida Soaring Association (J-1T-6I-P) Class starting.- Scuba equipment
.
"NO thing have I perceived except thatI provided, 4 open wat r dives International of East Unlv & St 1st St Across
I perceived God within it, God before It, Certification,Tom Allen (cohort from the courthouse A Wilson Dept .
or God after it" Baha'i Writings (J- Wild Kingdom) Repairs, Service Store' '
IT-61.C) Sales, Rentals Aliens Aquatic t Trail
Center 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-55-
gator parking now open on SW 13th St. t Pj) SINCLAIR EATON
lit Ave park close to bryant tlgert
HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
& little hall t
norman hourly daily
1017 W.Univ.rs t monthly' rolesI2IJ6P(| ), ABILITY-STUDYING AIDING ANY PHYSICAL MEMORY AND ATHLETICS MENTAL: DOG SCHOOL

Doug Clark And The Hot Nuts coming to 373-3059 Donald G. Pratt-Certified
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the Rot Fri. 4 Sot 17th A 18th of Jan. two AAEH FAPH (m-211-4I)
shows 9111 Tickets. $2. In advance at
Independent Florida Alligator I rot or union bo office. (|j-4t-S9-c) PROFESSIONAL TYPIST Fast, accurate
..rlllco.IBMSeloctrlc. Varying low rates.
community service center men
gay gay
CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN and women meet.thursdays, at 7 pm 107 Delivery Stenographic service and.
notary public also Call 462-2739. (M5T57
In NW 15 terr info toll torn at 372-1881 .
Jeon or Dave ot 392-1575 (i.IOt.59.p) P)

I SAMMIES ARRIVED FROM LONDON PRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving and
[CLASSIFICATION =. = Uit.. NOW OPEN Specializing in English haircutting camping trip. Fly by seaplane from Key
i blow waving for the .In look West march 21.25 or 25-29 All scuba 9 YEARS
for tale' : 1 III I umtex. Drop by Colonial Ploza 716 W. equipment provided Explore historic Fort
torrent i" llnlv' Ave 3r7-2 l3 (|-50t.53-p) ,Jefferson $115 with certification $150 Includes
I full scuba course coil Scubr EXPERIENCEOBEDIENCE
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wontedh.ip (LEARN KARATE qualified, instructors new M-5T-5B-P
Dynamics 373-5069 ( )
wonted, g I clots starting soon oil ages male S
female for reg A further info call
auto CIt THE MARRIED STUDENT CENTER OFFERS
Q howord 373B2528t55-pd(| ) FULL RANGE OF HELPING SERVICES
penonal ,' I
ONE.YEAR.OLD (mostly I ) LAS needs MEDICAL AND DAY CARE REFERRAL. FREE CLASSESTO
lost t found home. Very affectionate and Intelligent. 24 HOUR SERVICE. CALL 377-8125 (M-9T-
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START JAN. 21JAN.23
service I Call lorry or Howie 377-8087. 315 nw .60-C)
'Uth Dr. (1-SR-54NC) ACCEPTEDFOR
ALL BREEDS
Experienced typist will type term papers
I Book Pocks. "Rugby" Shirts Hiking thesis or dissertation Fast & accurate
Shorts Trail Shoes Woolrich Shirts, service at reasonable ratei. Call 373- INFORMATION CALL
DAYS TO lUNa [ I White Stag Speedo Bathing Suits Aliens 8923 (m.1ft-55.p) 376-8222 EVENINGS 466-3163
Aquatic 4 Trail Center 3448W. Unlv 373M33fr55p -
LEARN \KARATE qualified instructors new 716 N.MAIN STREET
1 day I () )
class starting soon all ages male C
2 day Wedding invitations $1140( per 100 female, for reg ft further Info call

3 day* )10 percent 9- business cords SffS' rubber stamps, howard 373-8232 (m-8t-55-p)
II magnetic signs. offtel. printing Cliff Hall
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4 days discount Printing '1103 N. Main (JFR-58C)

5 day or more. I KARATE LESSONS 4R4< K K 4F 4R 4R K4R4R4L4L4L4R4R *

20 ....
percent discount $20 mon
Small clones por
I 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Man thru *
The Back
This form may be used to I Sot even 7 to 9 378.7131. (J-20T-60-P) ; Free Movie Is *

I place classified ads either( i In KARATE UNIFORMS Quality, bleached.
I S24 up. Karate-Do, 1215 NW 5th Ave, 1 *
person or by moll. The
I blk east of 13th St. WonWed-Frl eve
(minimum charge hi $1.25 for
378-7131 (J5T-60-P)
I four lines. For each additional

I line, odd 35 cent. Multiply Se I for ustia.four Berlin weeks', London with fellow, Paris.students Want to and travel the jj Jonathan Livingston

I total by the number of day the Foreign study league-July, departure.$1350.
lod Is to nm cried! subtract the Contoct Carl' or Marilyn 378.7104 or Joyce *
I discount. the, discount I Is 173-3287 after $ PM for more Info (J-7T-58-
I applicable only for consecutive P1 Seagull

| insertions. If you saw the bicycle' accident *
Monday 1-6-75 at 3.15 in front of YUUE
THEE AW NO- I&JNDSI rP4 MALL Coll 392.9002 URGENT (J-5T-OO-P) Original Score By Neil Diamond

OVERSEAS JOBS Australia. Europe i.America *

Acceptance of payment with g f Africa Students oil professions
I advertising copy does not and occupations $700 to $3000 monthly AND 'K
I Expentet paid overtime. sightseeing
constitute q binding agreement
Free information. TRANSWORLD -
on the .Imd') 1ft..' ...... RESEARCH CO Dcpt G6. P.O. Box 603
All......ie pubihh sold copy. F forte Meidero. CA 91925- (J-oT-60-P) I Jack Lemmpn in his Oscar winning role #

The le..,..deet HeiHe COED' focal hair removed per. I 'K
AMfcetorreeetveisliorighltolo. rwrenlly, Call Edmund Dwyer *

judge .en the L. electrolog.it over 20 years' experience *

:' lty'7 any end etl. ed; T"ertisfctg II Call 372 8039 (JFt61ClAkchu Save The Tiger

copy submlNed. for I IPvolKoMeti. *

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3:00 p m. two __ Friday At 8.:00 pmOn
cloys prior to sterling day. DO1

NOT OCMB IT fHONt+ j r1 ... I Alternators-Sta
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Diapers . .. '-I' 99c SaltinesMtM 0 2 ''LI. $100 1 Rice 3 ''I 110. 78c "U"OI Entrees! 999 2 As> $1
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Chuck Steak II 98C Chicken Franks % 49C N ec kb ones, . II, 49 Chicken I II 49C-
STAND wNOIE lOIN CUT '* IANOUII FRIED"((10 OR KO! PIECES. fUllY COOKED) "
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LAS? 10, W 0 IRANO USDA CHOICE SEEP TOP ROUND OR W 0 IRANO CHKKERIOARD CORNISH (II V4 II AVO) W.O ORANO SMOKEO
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WO IRANO USDA CMOICI III lONitISS PRISM WHOLE OR SHANK HALE FRESH PORK COPELAND .
Stew Meat. I II $139 Pork Ham. . II98e 'Spareribs . _II-, 98C Dinner Franks $119

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DELICIOUS Sunbeam Kisses *'....T 57
CHICKEN NOODLE ..............-....... e.
HEARTY-FLAVORED Mint Coolers........ X;* 57.
Campbell'sSoup .. ..
CHUNKY VEGETABLE i Klrfl le e' I(retk'1
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Campbell'sSoup Jelly. Beans ........ '::T 77


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Beef Round Steak ,lit. *|49 f I SpeC1aj "

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Swift i rnmm ,,.,.. .....1... ...< ln,llih Cut..... OR' Alw.,.A '.",11,Fav.rit.
Chuck Shoulder Roast ,I''k. $139 STAMF y Bar-B-Qucd Fryers .: 89c
Swift's rr....1"m fr*!.. >..!PI.. .liclevt "..h.M.d.
Short Ribs ,b79C Banana Pudding 'k 39c :.
With Nydrctarf Vf..akU,,.....Swlffi',.",1"", .'
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I' "i'

Fri- classes

A ,

suspendedSecond i-

Registration for all workshops and lessons will toke place In Room 330, ,,!from

4 9:00: a.m, to 4:00: p.m. January 6 through January 17.
third and fourth
T period) classes will be Students fatuity and staff members and their spouses will have priority for
suspended on Friday Jan. 17, lesson enrollment from January 6 through January 10. Only after this time

;' to allow students and faculty will registration be open to other persons.
p to attend the inauguration of
t UK President Robert Q. Due to price and registration differentials, It will be necessary that each
Enrollment for In.
1 Marston! at 10 a.m. in the person come,to register with appropriate Identification.
serv.d basis.
(I Florida Gym., divlduol classes Is limited and'therefore, on a first-come, first-
Persons may only register for themselv.s.
"If a professor! wants he
1 may insist! t class! be held but Because registration for all workshops and lessons 'Is limited we must
the idea is for all !students consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m, the working day
Refunds will only be mad. under these
the first scheduled doss.
(acuity and career service preceding
employes to attend," RobertA. circumstances.U' .

Bryan Interim Vice t. \1 ( I" f YOGA I IDRAWING, J"lESTlING BANJO
President of Academic Hairs f' (Beginning)
i Mon.Jon. 24 Mar 3 f( 1hul'L Jon. I6-M.r. 6
Thune Jon 23-Mar'
!said. 2:343): ; 1:3O-AOOP.M.
I THURS. FRI. S SAT. INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUcioIl 730-930 P.M.
Bryan stressed first period COLOR DE lUXE- londollioffo Hope White INSTRUCTOR
JAN. ))6 1 17 & ,18 '1
( Galt Clllo.loSI5.00HonStudon"
( classes !should not be excusedby 10.00 Students 15.00
professors as it is not one \\PGft Thurs. 6:30; 9:30: LIJ 20.00Non.Slud.ntsJ Slo.OOStudonll.J

_" of the !suspended hours. FrI.! & Sat. 5:00: ; 8:00: ; 11:00
2ND FLOOR AUD.
SOC
Career !service employeswill
be allowed to leave their ( rAVE-STRING BANJO
I ASTROlOGY
jobs to attend the A Man Escaped lu.Jon, 21.March' 4 ''Thul'L Jon 23-Mar' f.Tuer.Jon21Mar4Instnidon (/.glnning)

inauguration 2:3CU:30' .7:309:30: P.M. 7:309:3OP.M..Slo.OOStudon" .
Kothlenshow INSTRUCTOR
Assistant Director oft DIkki.Mullon INSTRUCTOR
Personnel Clif Kagan. was not $15.00 Non.llvdonll J $10:00: Studonll Tom Mom_,

t aware of any employe who 1S.OO Non-S udents .J Slo.ooStudonll.J

( could not attend the event if

they wanted to. r
YOGA 11 BEGINNING CHESS
Bryan !said only those I r Tuo..Jon21-Mor. f'Toct1C1IStratot'
f
5:00 7:00 P.M. Tues.Jon. 21-Mar.4
: :
employes absolutely! needed
srra INSTRUCTOR: 7:309030 P.M. r
lor the physical! running of theuniversity Randall Roff. INSTRUCTOR: MIME
w.d. Mar 5
will be required to $10.00 Studonll J Michael Boo 7:341o. .m.
work. i5.00Non-Stud.nh $ INSTRuaORI
.lo.OOStudon..J
: Sandy Scott
t, $10.00 Studonll Jr
r $15.ooNon-Studonts J
YOGA MEDITATION r PAINTING
fuo.. Jan. 21-Mor. I Thurl.Jon. 2),Mar. ._
UF obtains 7:30_9:30: P.M. 7:3Q.9:3O: : p.m.

J, INSTRUCTOR Bhudora : ,INSTRUCTOR: r
4 $10.00 Student Bill Schoo' (
dormitories' \ .J $10.00Studenh GROW YOUR OWN (ORGANIC
15.00 Non.Studenll
$15.00 on-Sludon", .J GARDENING)
A young Resistance man faces death !from his Nazi captors In occupied
Tu. Jon. 21 Mar 4
France. His determination to escape evolves with such 7:3Q.9:30: p.m. .
UT received the donation oltwo breathtaking suspense that each sound fills the silence with an aura INSTRUCTOR

t dot"in buildings; in of doom and imminent danger. The powerful acting by a non. ,,- BRIDGE 1 r BEGINNING RUG Stan PollockWed.
professional cast is tribute to the extraordinary talent of director CONSTRUCTION $ .
Pablkjiallied; ;it I.758.XX()( I Jan 22-Mor. 5
Wednesday. Robert Bresson. Having been a prisoner of war. in a Nazi camp 1030-9:30: : P.M. Mon. Jon 20Mor 3 $15.00 Non-Studon".J
himself: this film has a special, personal meaning for Bresson. INSTRUCTOR: 7:30-9:30: P.M.
r Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Winner of the Grand Prize, Best Film of the Year for 1957, from the Adrian INSTRUCTOR:

Broad ol Bay Ihirbor 1 Islands\ French Film Academy 15.00Non$10.00 -DovOII..J Stud.nts Eleanor S10.OOStudenh I L.rQhlltor J

donated the buildings \\hkhII'l' 15.00 Non-Sludon" J
SUN., JAN. 19 7:00. 9:30
; located; across from St.John's 2ND FLOOR AUD. SOc r GROW YOUR OWN
River Junior College. f ((ORGANIC GARDENING)
r r BRIDGE Ii I
Thun.Jon. 23-'Mor. JEWELRY CASTING ThUr1. Jon. 23-Morch'
UF INTENDS 10 sell theptoperty f l .
Jon 1"Morch'
PM.Thurs. 7'30-9'30
and 7:30-: 9:30 p.m'
\ apply' the INSTRUCTOR 7:3Q. 9:30p.m. 'INSTRUCT :

proceeds toward construction: MEDEA Adrian Dovoll Instructor Hopo White Stan Pollock
1 "I'a building/ on t theijincsullir $10.ooStud.nll $16.00 Student. $ .
1 (; campus to house! 15.00 Non.Stud.nll.J J L 52400Nen.Stud.nta $15.00 Non.Sludonll.J
the Miep.ml Broad Center fort

Jewish Studies! and .1. comprehensile '
library. of Judaica.. hiv On January 24, 1973. the' J. Wayne Reitz 74.75 CAMPUS GAMES

Union 'will sponsor REITZ UNION GAMES AREA
Alto tlisch.uging '
!! mortgage!! !
THE APPLE TREEAn Tu
,obligations" ; and pining, \lasesthe I

I app"'ximltewrlh" ; of the Evening of Dlnnerlheatre
land is S1425.1XX() ). IJt Presented By R

The New York Theatre Company
'
'I lu Center for, Jewish N
I I
Studies was established\ in 4
in the J.
6:30
Dinner begins at : p.m. Wayne
Jnl\.ll> .1 at LII''I'hedirectort I A
Reitz Union Ballroom and is followed by o
i is Ir. Ham Mesch, and the performance of three famous American short M
j ('entcralfers I 14 courses! to I the stories, set to music.
f 5-1X1( I students' enrolled.. BOWLING E
1 Tickets available at the University Box Office N
(Constant Theatre) beginning Monday. 'BILLIARDS
Maria Callas stars in her first January 13th.U | BRIDGE T

dramatic movie an adaptation of TABLE TENNIS

O\lYO WIGS Euripides'' classic drama about CHESS

revenge Directed by Pier Paolo of F students $.t.5Q General Public $6.00

hasKARATE Pasolini the story is developedinto TOURNAMENT BEGINS JAN 70)

,, Cl a primitive ritual of earth LAST DAY TO REGISTER JAN 19
I JUDO CilUNifORMS ,
and darkness Roll ing Stone called The Student Activities Center

re t A it "One of !tthe year's' ten best ". '.: e : has typewriters, calculators,:

duplicating and poster

service and xeroxinq facilities

t MON. JAN. 20 7:00: ; 9OC available to students. Located

MSB AUD. r. at 300 JWRU.Page .
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Thunder.January 16, 1975,Pop*2)

Doug Dial Entertainment Editor

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The Fish is corning! Barry Melton former lead guitarist ,,' '
for Country Joe and the Fish will be at the Longbranch "
Saloon for the next three days an exciting show by a ::: !
dynamic performer is a sure bet. ",: t
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Get. in the gameIt


1'I Browne
'
you aren't the athletic type, here's your chance to
be recognized as a national champion.The .
J. Wayne Reitz Union games area's upcoming all- plays G'ville
campus tournament will determine the representatives
from UP far( the Association of College Unions In-
ternational's (ACUI J) regional tournament. will be a surprise in store for you if you happen to
BUMPER POOL air hockey bowling, and foosball into Beef and Bottle next Monday and Tuesday
Jan. 20, 21,
events begin Monday Jan. 20 and are open to UF students
!Malt and faculty. Winners of these events will not be : will be a young singer on the stage you might or '
eligible for the regionals. however. not have heard of. His name is Severin Browne.
Chess, table tennis (men's and women's singles and are if you were in California some where and this
doubles and mixed doubles)pocket billiards three cushion appeared you would probably know who he was.
THOUGH he is Jackson Browne's brother don't
billiards, to
and snooker events also begin Monday
determine regional tournament representatives. fool you. He is his own singer and songwriter. If
get a of his first album this becomes evident.
(lie regional tournaments also being held at Uf will be copy
K-b. b through 8 people backing him up on the album testify to this
According to Bill Faust, director of the games area, such as brother Jackson Linda Ronstadt, John David
and Pete Kleinow from Burrito
Sneaky Flying
regional/ winners will be sent to the national tournamentsat
the Admission is $1.
expense of the ACUI.


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J. blossoms I


the performers, each and every one deserving a, '
New story in itself, The cast is Martin Bestimt.
"> Rob Grantors Jim Hay, Valerie Joy Miller,
.
Lydia Roberts. Jeffrey Rockwell and
and Dennis. Warning.
'" j or Lydia Roberts is seen on screen in
Paramount's film "Godfather II," while
: Dennis Warning appears in Dustin
{ Hoffman's newly released film of l. nny
t '11' to Bruce "Lenny."
l The dinner-theatre, production will be
the offered one night only, Friday, Jan. 24, at
(Roof and "horello. Bock wrote the ft.30: p,m. Student tickets are S4.50 and
mm while Harnick wrote the lyrics. non-student tickets are S6.00., Tickets are
The New York Theatre Company is currently! on sale at the Unive s': >' Box
made up ot a cast of regular Broadway o like.





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Rk I Fri. ''-.classes I IIt.ll 1




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suspended.Second ..
Registration foroll workshops and lessons will take place. In Room 330.,_from-

9:00: a.m to 4.00: p.m., January 6 through January 17.
.. third and fourth J.
period classes will be Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will hove priority! for
suspended on Friday Jan. 17 V V' lesson enrollment from January 6 through January 10. Only after this time

to allow students and facultyto will registration be open to other persons.

attend the inauguration of that each
differentials It will be necessary
Due to and registration
UP President Robert Q. price Identification. Enrollment for (Individual
Mansion at 10 a.m. in the person come to register with appropriate basis.!
first-come, first-served
classes is limited and, therefore, on a
Florida G'm..
Persons may only register for themselves.

"If a professor wants, he ,&:
lessons i II limited, we must
for all workshops and
may insist class be held but Because registration
consider decision to enroll final by 4.00 p.m. the working day
your
the idea i is lor all students
made under these
preceding the first scheduled class. Refund will only be
(acuity and career service
employes to attend," Robert circumstances.

A. Bryan Interim Vice l fCa.OROYDELUXE r YOGA r'DRAWING, / pUE-sTRING BANJo
l President of Academic Affairs Mon.Jan.200 Mllr. 3 f Thus Jan. le-Mor.e IASTROLOGY (Beginning)
p said. 230-430: :: 1130-4.00P.M.INSTRUCTOR Thwi.Jan23-Mart
THLJRS. 7:30t:30r.M.INSTRUCTOR .
FRI 6 SAT. INSTRUCTOR: :
stressed first period Randall RoHe While :
Bryan Hope
JAN 16, 17 & 18 .0 Gall GlII.leIUONonStud.nts
classes should not be excused $10.00 Student I&OO
t, by professors, as it is not one IPG Thurs. 6:30; 9:30: L .L $ 20.00Non-atud.ntsJ $.lo.OOStvden..J

-.' of* the !tuspended.hours.. FrI. 6 Sat. 5:00; 8:00: ; 11:00
2ND FLOOR AUD. SOc
Career service employes
will be allowed to leave their r (' ?IVC-STRING BANJO
YOGA I
jobs to attend the lue.Jon 21-Mwch 4 f Thurs.Jan.23_Mar* f (Beginning)
inauguration. A Man Escaped 2:304:30Instructor 7:30-:30P.M. Tue.7:30:30 Jon 21-Mor': f MLINSTRUCTOR
Kath ReneHow INSTRUCTOR!
Assistant Director of .$10.00SludenhDikkl-Mullen :
Personnel Clif Eagan. was not --1 -_- ;y M $1100 NanstudentsI I $10.00: Student* $10.00 TernMordsr.y Student!
15.00 Non-Stud.nh J J
' of who
aware any .employe 11.00 Nan-Students
could not attend the event if

they wanted to. YOGA 11 r BEGINNING CHESS
said those 1u.s.Jon21-Mor4 TacKci Strategy
Bryan only
f ... .21-Mar.4
5:00-7:00: : P.M.
employes absolutely needed sea .
INSTRUCTOR: 1:3O-9:30: P.M.INSTRUCTOR r MIME
lor the physical running of the Randall RoHe. : W.d.Jon.22MorS

university will he required to $10.00 SMdenfi15.00Nontudenti J Michael Bart 7:30-9:30 p.,".
\\oik.UF. $10.00 Studen..J INSTlUCTORISandy )
15.00 Scott$10.00Stud.nts

.J
$15.00 Non-Stud.nh
i : r YOGA MEDITATION
i irt'4 r Tue*. Jan. 21-Mar r rThur..Jan.23.Mar.6

obtains :9l:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR 7:30-9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR .
:
r JI :
V
Bhudara Bill Schaaf C.J
$10.00 Student J I
dormitories \ 15.00 NenStudentsBRIDGE J $15looOOOStudenll.J GARDENING GROW YOUR) OWN (ORGANIC.

A young Resistance man faces death 'from his Nazi captors in oc Twos.Jan. 21 Mar. 4
cupied France. His determination to escape evolves with such 7:10-1:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR, .
tJT rccchcdlhc donation of breathtaking suspense that each sound fills the silence with an aura :
l\u dorm t buildings in of doom and imminent danger. The powerful acting by a nonprofessional 1 r BEGINNING RUGCONSTRUCTION Stan Pollack
tribute the talent of director rWed.;
I'alatk.iuluu1: at SI.758.000( ) cast is to extraordinary Jan. 22-Mar. 5 $10.00 Students
Robert Bresson. Having been a prisoner of war. in a Nazi camp 7:30: 9.30P.M.INSTRUCTOR: Mon.Jan 20-Mar 3 $1 l.OONon-S Wcdncsda: himself, this film has a special personal meaning for Bresson. : 7:309:30: P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
t ( Mi. and Mis. Shepard Winner of the Grand Prize, Best Film of the Year for 1957, from the Adrian Dovell Eleanor : .

( Hro.id: ol Bay Harbor" Islands' French Film Academy. $10.00 Student-SNdenh $10.00 Students L.ightH.r1SOONon J

+ donated the buildings!! which 15.00 Non-Studentt
SUN., JAN. 19 7:00. 9:30: .
:are located: across: from St. 2ND FLOOR AUD. SOc 'r GROW YOUR OWN

John's. 1 Riser Junior College.!! ,- BRIDGE 11Thura. I (ORGANIC GARDENING)
.,
.' UP INTENDS 10 !sell the f .Jan. 23Mar.6 Thur JEWELRY Jan CASTING March6 .l Thwrs.. Jan. 23-March 6
7:30: -9.30P.M.: 7:30-9.30pm.INSTRUCTOR: .
( property and apply the INSTRUCTOR: 7:309:30 p.m. :
t proceeds toward Constructionol MESA Adrian Dovell Instructors Hope White Stan Pollack
+ a building on Ihc $10.00 $11.00 Student* $10 |
( (aines\ille! : campus to house! 13,00 Sluden..J L $24.00 Non-Student $15.00 Non.Stud..J.

the Shepard Broad Center for
.
r Jewish Studies I and a com
On 24. 1975 the,J. Reitz '74 '75 CAMPUS GAMES
preliensiu library:' ol Jtidaica.Alter :, : January Wayne
I Union will sponsor REITZ UNION GAMES AREA b
discharging mortgage)! )!
THE APPLE TREE
obligations: i and pay lug! taxes.
'the appioximatc' : woith ol) the An Evening of Dinner Theatre U

'land:t i is M42.\KX() >. Presented By R
The New York Theatre Company
1'11"'ntd I lor Jewish 1y N

Studies \\established( in Dinner begins at 6:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne A
JulllOat) \ l I'F.' 'I[lie' director Reitz Union Ballroom? and Is followed by a

i IN ir. Bam: Ml'!>d!. :and\ the performance of three famoui American short M
i Center oilers 14 courses to the5Xi stories, set to music.
t, ( ) students rolled. I BOWLING E
Tickets available! at the University Box Office 1VV
\ (Constans Theatre) beginning Monday, 4' I BILLIARDS
C Maria Callas stars in her first January 13th. BRIDGE T

\ dramatic movie an adaptation of ITABIF TENNIS

If'v \cOKYO WIGS Euripides'' classic drama about CHESS
revenge. Directed by Pier Paolo U Clf F students $.UO General Public $6.00
TOURNAMENT BEGINS JAN ?0
hasKARATE is
Pasolini the story developedinto
GI ) a primitive ritual of earth LAST DAY TO RFGISTFR JAN T q

1JUDOGIUNIFORMS and darkness. Rollinq Stone called '.. The Student Activities Center

/ it "One of tthe years' ten best ": ;: : ,, ; has typev/riters, calculators,

Ns duplicating and poster
service and xeroxinq facilities

Moil JAn. 20 7:00 ; 9:30: available to students. located

MSB AUD. r at 300 JWRU.POlie .
West Univ. Are.i _J




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fliurtdoy,January 16, 1975. Pag 21

I Doug Dial Entertainment Editor'



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Go 'Fish'with Barry Melton (, "

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The Fish is coming! Barry Melton, former lead guitarist :':: ,

\ for Country Joe and the Fish will be at the Longbranch ..'

..' : Saloon for the next three days an exciting show by a. $ 'J., x xr xs xz
dynamic performer is a sure bet.
This is a stopover gig for Melton who: is on his way to ."
Europe for a winter tour. :. ,

::1'' It seems Melton has been around for ages yet he is only

27. You should remember Melton as the funny one in
Firesign Theater's film .. "Zachariah."

COUNTRY JOE and the Fish came into being when Joe F
McDonald and Barry Melton started a duo named
Country Joe and the Fish. Guess who was the Fish.

Supposedly, Melton is credited for starting the banana

'r r I I It peel controversy. Hit Parader magazine'said that Melton
44 : "started the whole banana thing" which subsequentlyrocked
the government all the way to the FDA.

Melton is a trip in himself. In "Electric Kool-Aid Acid I, .
a k t tI
I > Test Tom Wolfe refers to a jug band named the Instant .a ; ;at
Action Jug Band, a band that Country Joe and Melton

were responsible for founding.If I Jy.k
you don't think Melton hasn't been around take a :

look at the likes of the company he keeps. Anybody that C aA'akYA'A'
was a part of the San Francisco counter culture: trip ends
A. upon the list because Melton was the hilarous synthesis of
all these people. x. i tof

SUCH PEOPLE as Allen Ginsberg who Melton backedup

at a reading in a San Francisco park summer before .. 5

: :<.:' last, Jerry Garcia, Bob Hunter, John Cippolina, Grace $ ,
.
: .{LiJi.,"t. ; '.. Slick, David Freiberg etc. in other words anybody in
....I..L.. any way associated with the Frisco hippie days ends up on

.. the list.
So, for a bit of the nostaglia and a gander at a counter a

culture historian, make your way down to the Longbranch
tonight, Friday or Saturday with $1.50 in your mitten and
FORMER FISH it's yours. There will be three performances but once

.Bony Melton stops off at the longbranch you're inside you can stay as long as you want. 9 ae
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Get in the game UF Music Fest



It you aren't the athletic type, here's your chance to begins tonightThe Severin Browne

be recognized as a national champion.The .
J. Wayne Reitz Union area's upcoming all. G'ville
panics plays
1975 UF Music Festival will begin tonight with a
campus tournament will determine the representativesfrom
special performance honoring the inauguration of Dr.
UP I for the Association of College Unions International's
t (ACU1)) regional tournament. Robert Q. Marston as University president. There will be a surprise in store for you if you happen to
Beethoven Ninth Symphony will be presented by the stroll into Beef and Bottle next Monday and Tuesday
BUMPER POOL, air hockey, bowling, and foosball
University Symphony Orchestra and Festival Chorus nights. Jan. 20, 21,
events begin Jan. 20 and to UF students.161ft' :
/ Monday are open directed by Peter Herman Adler at 8:30: in the University There will be a young singer on the stage you might or
will not be
!\ and ( Winners of these events
faculty. Auditorium. The same program will be presented again might not have heard of. His name is Severin Browne.
eligible for the however.
regionals.! 8:15 Chances if in California where and this
and Friday evening at : p.m. are you were some
Chess table tennis (men's and. women's singles
VOCAL SOLISTS will be Veronica :Tyler, soprano'who name appeared vou would probably know who he was.
cushion
doubles and mixed doubles) billiards three
pocket recently joined the UF faculty. EVEN THOUGH he is Jackson Browne's brother, don't
billiards, and also. begin Monday to
snooker events !! Maryellee Cariaga a mezzo-soprano will also'solo. let this fool you. He is his own singer and songwriter. If
determine regional tournament representatives. John McCollum tenor soloist was recently appointed you can get a copy of his first album this becomes evident.
UF, will be
The held at
Feb.. regional tournaments also being chairman of the vocal department! at the University of The people backing him up on the album testify to this
b through 8 area, Michigan School of Music. also, such as brother Jackson, Linda Ronstadt, John David
According Bill Faust, director of the games
to tournamentsat Noel Tyl baritone soloist was hailed by Opera Newsmagazine Souther, and Sneaky Pete Kleinow from Flying Burrito
national
regional winners the
will be sent to
"
.: as "vocally superb. Brothers. Admission is SI.
the expense of the ACUI.





Apple Tree blossoms 1 I m


-
"The Apple Tree" three musicals for the performers, each and every one deserving a..
price of one will be presented by the New story in itself. The cast is Martin Bestimt

York Theatre Co., in a dinner theatre Rob Granlors Jim Hay, Valerie Joy Miller,
sponsored b>' the J. Wayne Reit Union. Lydia Roberts, Jeffrey Rockwell, and
Mark Twain's "Diary of Adam and Dennis. Warning.

'. K\e." Frank R. Stockton's "The Lady or Lydia Roberts is seen on screen in
'" the Tiger"! and Jules Feiffer's Paramount's film "Godfather II," while
.j / "Passionella." make up a truly delectable Dennis Warning appears in Dustin
package theatrical entertainment. Hoffman released film of Lenny
f' ,
,( ,!.. TilE IDEA for the Apple Tree comes to Bruce "Lenny."

r ,. us from Jerr>'Jktckand,Sheldon Harnick The dinner-theatre production will be
10 the authors ot such hits "Fiddler on the offered one night only, Friday Jan. 24, at
Jtoof" and. "Fiorello." Bock wrote the (:30: p.m. Student tickets ate 54.50 and

music while Harnick wrote the lyrics. non-student tickets are $6.00.. Tickets are -
The New York Theatre Company' is currently on sale at the Unive s: y Box

made up ot a cast: of regular Broadway office.The .



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i work on "little I I things'By o : 'X. .


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CHRIS GARRITY UF Wrestling' Coach Gary Schneider said that in the a
Alligator Sports Writer Alabama match Jackson looked like his old self but added
he'll be even better as the season moves along.
Throughout Henry Jackson's entire wrestling career, the SCHNEIDER, A former UF wrestler and the first Gator to
190-pounder has been associated with winning teams and has win the SEC has been helping Jackson on the "little things"this
been a winner himself. past week. He thinks highly of his 190-pounder.
Jackson's Coral City high school team won two Florida "Henry's a natural wrestler. He uses a combination of
State Championships while he placed third and second his speed, strength, and balance and that's why he's as good as he
junior and senior years respectively. is."
AT MIAMI DADE Junior College his team had little While Schneider thinks highly of Jackson the same is true
trouble with their competition,and Jackson finished secondhis about the way Jackson feels about his coach and teammates.
first year in the Junior College Nationals and third his "GARY IS VERY knowledgable about wrestling and has
second! year. been helping me work on the things I know I have to do in
Since transferring to UF last year, the brawny grappler has order to win," He said.
} 1 lost only once in dual meets and last year won the "The team i is very close and everyone respects each other,"
1 Southeastern Conference (SEC) title, qualifying. him for the Jackson added
NCAA championships. His teammates showed their respect when they elected him
t So it's no wnnder the senior from Miami has' been staying co-captain along with Tim Granowitz, the Gators' 142-
\ after practice this week to work on some of the "little things"that pounder.The .
make a winner. Gators' co-captain'hopes: someday to coach: wrestling.
"I'M NOT DOING a lot of things like I did last year, so "My goal is to become a coach and produce a winner," he
I've been working on straightening them out," Jackson said photo by eric itrin
A major reason for the extra work is that the Gator has said.And if the Jackson tradition continues, he will certainly UFS HENRY JACKSON
been plagued by a groin injury this season. It possibly cost produce a winner-most likely more. ,a rare opportunity to relax
him his first dual meet loss this year since coming to UF. .
BUT AFTER the Gators' last match (a 29.5 triumph over ----
Alabama) and a 10-0 victory over his opponent, it seems his
injury is healing. The Independent
"The pulled muscle is still bothering me a little butlhouldn't [ Florida / S PORTS( )
:affect my wrestling the rest of the.year," he said. Alligator I I I
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I UF swimmers face Georgia in SEC meet I

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". ., By LOUIS BRANCACCIO The swimmers last road trip included stops in Tallahasseeand needed seven or eight," Orschiedt said.
Alligator Sports Writer Tuscaloosa,Ala., where the Gators dropped their first Orschiedt said with UF's obvious lack of depth dual meets
two dual meets of the season to bring their record to 32. this year will not always come out in the Gators favor.
It was the first time in six years that the tankmen droppedtwo "If we can sacrifice this and swim well in the SEC and
The Gator swim team "will not run away" with the UF-- meets in a row. NCAA we will be very happy," Orschiedt said.
Georgia swim meet this Friday: in Gainesville and it should bea "WE WOULD have liked to have won" Orschiedt said of THE GEORGIA MEET, which begins at 3 p.m., will be
good: contest, Asst. Swim Coach Pete Orschiedt said. this the Florida State and Alabama losses. followed on Monday with a dual 1 meet against Auburn.
week. Orschiedt said despite the losses he does not expect the Auburn has already beaten UF in the Tulane Relays held in
"We will probably fluctuate our lineup and swim people'indiltcrcnt swimmers to let down. December.
events" Orschiedt said. "We have been working the swimmers very hard. We don't '''Auburn'is very strong. They have the best coach in the
THIS TACTIC of using swimmers; in events they normally intend to let up on them," he said. United States. Hi gets more out of his swimmers than any
do not !swim i iv! usually done when one team knows'they are One of the swimmers problems, which will probably hurt other coach," he said.
quite a bit !stronger than the opposing team. them all year long is their lack of depth. UF lost a lot of good Orschiedt: and many other Gators swimmers know the
"The Georgia! meet will also give us a chance to look at,a 'prospects to other schools Orschiedt said many of whom had Auburn coach well.''Eddie Reese, the coach, left UF where he
lew new people that could not come on our last road trip" narrowed their choices down to UF and one other school. was an assistant coach, for the head,coaching job at Auburnin
Orsihiedt! said. "WE RECRUITED four very good freshmen but we really 1972.
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1952 N. MAIN SL PHONE 372-5247
I PAT MCGKATH sportcoat with all the Steeler RL'IOnewaited 42ears for

Alligator Sports Writer names sewn in black. His \\ite the 1U 'n1nt.. Pittsburgh .had

sorted'a! gold hat with won. The Vikings owner. Max",
(Editors Note: This is the fast Steeler decals on the side anda Winter. for the third time

0 of a two part series on what an flashing).!, nojice car style red said. "M t\'be' next year."

,Alligator: sports H rlter 4 Pat light on"the top. Rooney. who bought the
McGrath found in New "Why not?" they said when Steelers in 1932 for $2.500.

Orleans during the Super asked why. "You'xe: !got to get endured lour decades of

Bowl.) into the spirit of this thing.!! utility( and now the championship

1 Another Pittsburgher in a was his, and .Pitt
gold ,hardhat with the ac' sburgh's.The .
10:45 P.M. SATURDAY companying decals screamed Steeler tans of whom

EACH M/l/ A GUPpfES Bowl week was a massive sea couldn't help the Vikings out warmth and affection. said.

of humanity. Insanity of this mess." "They deserve it more than

prevailed as most everyone And on into the night it I I." werearied in their

had time to get a little water went. The free-flowing fun displays of emotion.

THOUSANDS OF FISH IN under the belt. sauce continued to flow' into Franco Harris' Italian
STOCK
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.r characteristics of a pro' throng was tired with ecstacy record 158 yards with th..

football stadium (obnoxious at the thought of The Game endless cry "Franco,! Franco!

shouting, beer guzzling, now being merely hours away. Franco!" .
personal verbal abuse toward 12:30 P.M. Made it to One, lady broke into tears of
the opposition) took over the Tulane Stadium and decidedto joy. "I 1 can't believe it," she

Mardi-Gras playground.The locate outside, of it and sobbed, "The Super Bowl
COME IN AND SEE
BIRDS. SNAKES, Minnesota people by observe the flow of spectators. it's ours."

PUPPIES, KITTENS AND MORE that time, numbered the sameas Interesting personalities were Emotions were mixed on
their Pittsburgh counterparts the order of the day, from the Viking side too. Some r1\

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"This is our third stop were attempting .1 'unind-the- was the Vikes last shot for a

baby," noted a man from country escapade with no long time. They have quite a
Bloomington who was dressedas money. While listening to few old players and the

a Viking complete with their tales of siphoned gas frustration of three losses maybe
purple horns beard and tanks and unpaid meal too much. As defensive

18 sword tied to the belt, "Those checks. I came upon the tackle Alan Page put it.
January kids from Pittsburgh are inkling' that the Super Bowl "There were some guys out

going to choke." thing was where it's at for there who ,didn't want to win
As the hours raced by we every social class in the bad enough."

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adorned in way out clothes those three characters all things must come to an end.

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It reminded one of a magic act. RICK ADELMANvanished USED D28 MARTIN GUITAR
Like a great\ magician totally baffling his audience so they WITH HARD CASE 475.00

ooh and aah in disbelief. from the still early SEC title race. USfcD YAMAHA FG140 GUITAR
WELL,AUBURN'S Eddie Johnson the man of a thousand "Fast" Eddie,the SEC's leading scorer, last year; poured,in WITH SOFT CASE 95.00
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And because of this,the Gators seemed to have temporarily WHEN THAT WHISTLE blew Eddie began running and
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running. Bob Hayes once the world's fastest human, would GUILD &. YAMAHA
have been proud. 311 IN.MAIN'
The Gators found themselves playing catch-up.:! Mainly it 373.6396 ,LESSONS; 377-6396
was catch up to "F st" Eddie.
Johnson looked like he invented the fast break especiallythe
trl way a middle man should handle the break situation., At
times, Johnson dribbled faster than the Gators ran.
DEFENSIVELY, Johnson was' always moving and Sigma Kappa
-I frequently getting his hands on the ball. Either he would stealit
I'I to create his own break; or knock the ball loose to disruptthe
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I: Gators' continuity. Sorority
t And everytime Johnson made a good play, he'd let every
human being in the Alley know it. .
A wide grin would spread across his face as he shook his
"" fists towards the stands. When one Gator fan verbally abused is having.OPEN
Johnson, who was standing at halfcourt, he calmly extendedhis
right middle finger and pressed his hand to his head in an .
"effort" to hide his gesture.BY RUSHAll
THE END of the evening,Johnson had more than 5,000
r1 enemies. He had violated a sacred law "Thou shalt not make
gestures to a crowd and get away with it."- Uof F women are invitedto
That's the most amazing part of Johnson's game. The man .
the house
actually thrives on pressure and abuse. The more, the better.. come by
The louder the shouting the better he shoots. and meet us.
Not many athletes can make that claim. Only one in many ;

h, y will tell you that they love being hated '
W FOR THIS REASON alone Johnson is unique. But more Sat. Jan. 18 1:00-5:00
importantly, Johnson may have exposed the Gators' weakest
point. -
Johnson is a leader. Auburn rallied around him-and as of
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The Independent Florid L PuDished b~ Campus Communotions inc 3, Go'nu~v'lI. Florida Not oficiolly OSW oted ~s 0, the U F do liii IISI)~Y j %N. lb. 197 ~ 67 NO. Book price hks le average 8 per cent By RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer led hook prices Ii lye lunuped as much as IS per tent this scar, according to Sani U cten. nian.igcr of the ( ampus Shop and Bookstore I he average increase. U tien siid, is about X per cent "PRICES HAVE been rising all year but is lbtilitie(1 lit' iC~W lit rca ses ill i loll, a Hi ii~ a rd ICC p a i-I ii C it iesl.iy iTid "THREE to specific looks.' he said printings tost more because it the toy ,t paper, binders board I L uc report cii ( 'et iv An I A ndcr~on book lianager. jul he receisecl I Sch~urx Outlines Wedii ret so era price i tic rca ses HAVE gone up SI .piccc. three it our 'I hers rcreasol Mi cents each and sonic have i ntrtascl 2S cent'. he said Attouruting or these iicre:isrs. he uted libtirs desire or iritreaseil ~ age' and increases in pa per tosts which .1 re directly elated to pillion ci'iitrtl iicastircs required III i.tptt tiijtuitactujrtrs Ironically there have been ewer con, hints about hook inces iii CtfliuI)Mi5Ofl to he last two quarter'. .cct~rding to Arders&,n. "MAYBE STUDENTS are grinning and liv.irnig it. hut I k ni. e;eryorie is unhappy iboil lie sit iitioti. lie said lilt ILIlS nil dtn~iis of the ecoiii'iiiic situition iw Liii itfecting the number of Anilcrson ~iiul publishers ire not bringing Oh! iS 111.015 iciisiuiis and cilitions as in liesiohis ink's Wuic to the econoriiy "TI! FY ARE pichrw nit he liesi ones and iuitliiig nhtrc flumes unto printing these ciliti.,uis. liv situ. I'i of I lvi bert olit,. ph~ SIC ii science ltpiririent pi-uilessoi ho teachi, the Nutuiral Re eioius course ((PS 235). has 'I'pptul rcqtiiriug his students to purchase Hi vsiovr.iph~ oft he I tired States. because a ww. enlarged edition "a' published I he publishers increased the price of the ic~ edit 'on Ironi 12 to St 7 95 so the physical science ileparinient decided to purchase ~e; eral copies and pui them on reserve instead *i~ making the students buy it. lie said. lILT HE ADDED ninny of the students took the initiative to purchase the cheaper. older edition col)ies left in the bookstore Ito,,, he pre~ iou, quarter Florida Bookstore reported more price tic, eases than any of the either bookstores. l)avid B:iuldree, manager. ,ad there have been "ore price changes t his quarter than In~ other quarter 'ABOUT 30-40 per cent of he te~thooks arc ituireasc~I as much as 10 per tent. he Sdid. I here have not been any direct coni~~Iaints, hr sat'1. heciuse most students are buying the htsks or the first time and dont kno,& what they cost before the nereases. l.~pIaining that increased paper costs are Pail K rt51,(insible or the 'rice increases. Haulcirce also said the hooks publishers might be hedging against possible future price tree/cs MALONE'S Bookstore manager Bill icarah said he ;ruces of sonic hocks have ~One up hut he cant name the specific books. I can tell sonic have gone up hut it is no luort than t hey h ase been increasing .tll ear he reported Alt h ugh ic V hook ~rice' generally are in cteasl rig, it Ii a'n t icc! ~1 Li It It Proessor hi it kst ore, w h ci, sells general books but not texts ACCORDING to Viola tiocring. ow ncr iii the bookstore, the first week of winter quarter was largest' of any quarter since they opened in (janesville three years ago. But she increasing said book prices have been slowly in the last six months. Sonic' books go up between the cents to 10 cetuts ii, each order. she said. photo by ondy newman Ups and downs The worlds biggest bonana? Although it moy appealing -and certainly appears fruity strange apparatus these students ore frolicking on tact part of their coursework. For on expionotion more pictures, look the is in and see page seven. For Emma and others abortion is a way out ByJACkII HARI)ER Alligalor Ccrrnpondent l~ulT4)HS NOTE: Tno lean ago next rhunda~. the U.S. Supreme Court effetIveIy Inislidated stat. lrn.segaIn.t*b.rtlon. p1,1mg esen American '.oman the right te ha. a legal abortion. Tod.~ The AllIgator it c~aminn the abortion comtro,.ru, by reporting the st.tu. of abovtln-amd anti. abortlon-leglslatioit. ataibble methods of termInatIng pregneney. and the upsurge of the sntl-aboullon ~totenient. We hegli with the ston id F:m~na the result @1' IntensIve ludmnlns .Ith f.sr women about their nnhnw. pndk~anwitt of being pqsaiut. Although oh. lndI.Idusl cIrcumstances dffmnd In time and plan. Emma -a complete of (line four wonun, aceurat.b desedhes the npei'Ience of undergoliti a legal a&oqIbn. lIst' inatn diflerenec lctwcen Eni,,a and 'lost of the .n her girl' on cai.tptas as that Emuimi "is prcgnaiit. Sb or eight 'secks. the doct'r .it i lie in rinrin an told her. a lrucnd so stiectiscil' rut it. What a bummer. What an n,~rcd ibit' I'm,, iner. A BL'l~Iht ER. but it't ot ills utse.srtscd She it Ii.itl iv' list clues a tcs~ weeks ago. islie,, her huils began telling her something as ismong inside. Oni nous symptoms, like tlalIsei C' Cr' da~ and all day Ic tig. and sitelling. tender breasts that hurt when she slept on her side. Aiid no period. But it "as still a shock. There is no such thing is being halfway I~reMnaTit. She didnt Cr' until later. Her bo~ friend Pete "as upset. It ~as his iirst too. Ironic w discover his physical ~owncs and his titter helplessness at the same line. There was nothing he could do for l:mtui.i except stand I,' her and leave her to take his incredible trip alone. SHE'S IA. triini4mrried and want, to stay that ~. a' for ~iw bile. In the old days girls got ~re.~anr and had to get married. Not ,uo,. A~d not Enint,. n'.ins of nfl friends had to get married. outside of hating kids. the~ll ne'er anuouant to zunthing. Iheyrt' so limited. I cant accept gcttiiig ijarried so ~t'uing. It just ruins so '11.1 in things. Besides. I don: think I could be in a ,itaritul. noiuoganou' relationship and ha~ tIlL' person thro' in nit face. Gtddamrnit. I had to nu.irr' smi. I don 'I "ant I.' rut iii' self ii, that sit uat ion. "I WANT a ~arecr r~ore than anything lit into rip edreer. into school and doing all the thing' I tan do as in md is dual I don't "ant the rc.ponsibilits ol thinking for a little person It should he the most tinfeast hie situ at on pussi ble Words like adult tess. had little ii hoN didn't hurt. But murderer' 'PERSONALLY, I didnt see anyihing wrong with it. I dorVt think of an embryo as person. I tion? consider it murder at all. 'Abortion was really ni' only alternative. I-or all ~artie% Concerned, it t'as the best alternative. For Pfle. it "as a problem~ arid it had to he taken care of It "as like a disease that had to be cured. Eight weeks pregnant and faced with an undeniable responsibilit' for her own life and tor that grow nc di' idinM blob ol cells inside her. "I DECIDED abortion was the only alternati,.' Recalling an article in the G.ines~iile Sun about the abortion clinic at the Gainesville Wone&s Health Center. 'he and Pete went to the to" green building opposite Alachus General Hospital. The clinic is like ~o ordinary' doctors ottiec. The blue shag carpet matches the Ion. calls conitoriahlc dtninu chairs and touches A stereo mcii to W(,VI 'its on white par sons C ables Paint Ings I women hang on the white "aIls AN I) THE door keeps opening Icr girls lust like [nina I was a little embarrassed and 'cared at first. Its lot one (if those thun~s you advertise. I i~ent up to the desk and whispered, In, here to have an abortion rhe gangly. red-hatred woman behind the desk wasn't embarrassed. And better, there i.a. no accusation in her eyes. Matter ol faetly, she asked if pregnancy had been conuirnueci and when her last menstrual period "asSATiSFIEI) THE pregnancy was early enough to be handled by the vacuum aspirator procedure at the clink, she made Enina an appoininuent for iii. ncn Wednedav at II am. In five minutes. Emma was 'but the door with a blue pamphlet filled with pre-procedure instructions. Eat nothing after 8 pa. the tuisht before the procedureThe next morning. eat a light unurishing breakfast. 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P.g.2. 1). indnn.den* floriD. Ailigalor, Thur.doy Jonuory 6. 197$ ~mnnunimni#iuinig hlnsaonuiannrgigngnnuun lIIIHl~~'~~ Ford U.S. r II F) I~A -p.' 7] Your C .i.Your C Little Larryk ja (DINNER) soeckl hoce W/2 hoice WI Vegetables Vegetables Si 49 $169 BREADED VEAL STEAK 4 BAR-B-QUE BEEF DEVILED CRAB oz. BURGER STEAK k ~ BEEF STEW RN ~I(M S Oki RI Vii I-Kits 'RI I 5\I \I) (1)Lt Si W OR RN ~It~V \l~ Pregnant or think you are? Call THE CORNER DRUG STORE for pregnancy testing, abortion ref erra~ or post-abortion counseling 378-1588 1128 S.W. 1st. Ave. HOW TO GET THE SUNDAY NEW YORK TIMES ON SUNDAY Now you can receive Americas most prestigious Sunday niOwspoper, the New York Times, delivered to your home the some day it's published. No more waiting until the middle of the week for these famous Time. features: Arts and Leisure Business and Finance. Travel and Resorts, Sports, Book Review, Magozine, and OP-ED Section. Stop waiting .get Times on Sunday. formation. your Coil Sunday New York today for more in373-8888 Not Affullad wilk @.inui. Sun ~V \Sl-IIN(, 10N41I'Il -'resident fuid isked ~ngres~ \Ve~inesda~ liw ,,wotile tR Cut, tO ittesslor igid for ica~; raw' itake tic! cost1' -c~Cfl it the 'is, of niak,,w inflation one I iltist 'a' to ~(~ui that the state ii he LlIilc~ i~ riot ~ood 1-ord told a joint scsson of he I-louse and the Senate. speakin doomil~ in the chaiii her hCIL he ser' ed for a quarter ol centuip HE SET aside his ant i-in lint or, ,rogranl to conccTltflitC cw, ending the co,'nlr~ N dependence on I right oil K 1485 and to cope 'nib the 'org economic downturn since the l)tpression. I-Ic proposed ilO billion of nc~ axes on oil and natural ~as and $22.5 billion of permanent cut' in income taxes paid by individual and corporations. His adiscrs said the fuel lax would add substantially to inflation. THE I)EMOCRATIC-controlled q4th Congress ap,lauded little and i)eniocrats attacked Ford~ ideas as likely to enhance inflation and hurt the pogor. Many said rationing fuel would be less painful and niore lair. Senate Democratic Whip Robert C. Byrd. W. Va. called Fords plan a surrender to inflation' Sen. William Proxmire. 1)-Wis. said. it wont work and it wont get the support of Congress. THERE WERE reports thai the departure of Treasury Secretary William E. Simon -a longtime advocate of driving down tuel consumption by driving up its price was imminent, but Simon's office denied it He wanted cuts in government spending even deeper than those Ford l~roPose~ Ford's economic coordinator. L. William Seidman, said the Presidents proposal for energy excise taxes would add 2 per cent to the Consumer Nice Index itt this and subsequent years -, I Ii, *~' *' I .5' thursday ALLAN J GINGLFR Wit. &dior Capsule Colby admits CIA kept file on dissidents WASHING I (IN UPI) -Director Wilbau,, F. t t4h~ ackno" edged Wednesday hat the ('IA maintained tiles or, IO,(XX) American dissidents, and also conducted surseillaice t~ o U. S. cities to abort reported plot to kill Vi~ I President Spiro Agne~. Colby's ackno~dedgiiieilt came in a 45-page report to tc intelligence subcommittee of the Senate Appropriatiors Conniittee. It also detailed other apparently illegal doniestic activities. However. Colby denied news reports that the agency hod engaged in massive illegal activities in violation of its 144' charter which prohibits domestic intelligence. Any institution wouldbe hard put to avoid some wrong steps. he told the subcommittee. "But any steps over the lint. in CIA's 27-year history were few an tar between and if wrong. stemn~ed from a nilsoonception of the extent of (IAs authority Sen. John 0. Pastor. 1)-Ri. angrily declared after tle session that Colby's testimony showed there had heci, serious abuses beyond the statutory charter otthe (IA. Ford to drop Simon WASHINGTON (UPI) -White House officials indicated Wednesday President Ford had decided to drop William Simon a' I treasury secretary. but a spokesman said Sriuc h .1 d no intention of resigning. White House sources told U P1 that Simon had lost tilt is tine of Fords cha ci economic advisors when the Preslenr ignored his counsel and abandoned efforts to fight initial and balance the budget in Ia'or of concentrating ml tilL Ii itO t~ S I CCCS5i('fl \ s1wkcsn,,, lot .Sinitiii said cmphaticall~ ihii \etIetjr~ has no intention ol resi~triing dunn lezivt a ship Itisi because wit: rim liii 'iti Fl, ,hikici lit I rcasiii' s1,tkesn,,in sail

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fl,* ind.nd.r,~Acvld. AJIIg$.v. Thw.d.y, January 14. IflSPag.3 CIA prober defends the practice of secrecy THE 10 WEST I NOW OUR VERY BEST OUR MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS ARE SLASHED TO NEW LOWS. AND HUNDREDS OF PAIRS STILL MUST BE SOLD AT NEW INCREDIBLE REDUCTIONS. NATURAl COMFORtS WERE 53Q KIMFIS WERE 534 to ~51 WERE 17 to 539 CAP BFPS WERE ~26 ~1 ATFORA' HLJAPACIIFS WERE ~2O to NOW ~15 NOW ~15 to ~23 NOW ~20 NOW ~5 M 3to~1 6.90 NOW B~ STUART EMMRICH AWgaIo. Staff Writer A member of the presidential (IA in'estigat ing cOnimisslOn. Corner U S. Solicitor Cci,. Fr~.in Cris~.old defended at UF Wednesday the inherent secrecy ot the CIA. bin added the commission '.as going to thoroughly investigate any areas of domestic ~urveiIlance the agency may have been involved in. Griswold, at U Es College of Law as a Distinguished Professor, said the coninhission ~as instructed by President Gerald Ford to examine any domestic operatorss the CIA may have engaged in and to make any recommendations it feels necessary. THE CIA is ferlidden by its 1947 charter to involve itself in domestic spying and Griswold said the commission was going to determined if the charter was violated. He added the task might be difficult because the CIA is "a complex organization involving a large number of individuals. We cant be expected to walk around the place wtth a magnifying glass. He said, however, that the commission would "follow up any lead or problem we hear about. We want to learn as much as we east' ALTHOUGH Criswold said any domestic spying by the CIA should not be going on, he defended the necessity of the agency existing for foreign operations. There must be a CIA." he said, "and it has to operate in secrecy. We live in a world of niany nations that have intelligence operations. We cannot go aftund with blinders on Often the only things we know about a country is what we find out through the CIA. Most of their work is done by reading newspapers and journal< he added. HE EMPHASIZED, however, that the agency must be "under effective citizen control' but refused to say whether chat control should conic from the President or Congress. That's onc ot the things the comnhiss:on is ~oing to look into.' he explained. rhe conn~ission's investigating powers only reter to domestic operations. Griswold said the, Aill not look into the foreign activities of he CIA. GRISWOLD SAID the comnhissrnn would report to the Justice department. whose duty it "ill be to carry out any recommendations. fhere are no penalties stated for persons "ho may have violated the CIA charter and Griswold said this is one of the areas the tonnis'ion might look into Griswold said the commission hearings would necessaryr ly he private because of he confidential nature of sonic of the testimony being given. "THE OPERATION is inherently seerd. If you report to too large a group then it wont kept secret," he said. Answering charges Iron, some government officials that the investigation of the CIA might hamper the agency's operations. Griswold said. 'if hey are doing ~omethang illegal then it .'ught to be hampered" Griswold said he thought the investigation would ultimately benefit the agency and help the morale of the CIA's eniploycs. PItCRSSCR ERWIN GNISWaD member of Investigating Commssion Revenue loss forcescity budget cut The City of Gainesville will start trimming more than 5400.000 off this year s budget beginning next week because of revenue loss. The $4O4,O~ deficit was caused by lower tax reveres and higher fuel adjustment charges. Gainesville City Manager B. Harold Farmer told City Commissioners at this weeks meeting. THE 5404,000 loss represents approximately three per cent of the 514 million city budget. Farmer said. 'Our budget is so tight that certain ~rograrns will have to be cut into to make up tor the losses. Farmer said. Farmer wouldn't say which programs would be cut. He will report to the con,mission next Monday with his a recoinniendation. FARMER 'TOLD commissioners the deficit was caused by three main problems' The luel adjustment charge oil companies have had to assess the city for providing oil to the Regional Utilities Board. The ID per cent utilities tax, which the City of Gaineville charges on utility bills, has also decreased because electric consumpdon has fallen. The 10 per cent ad valorem tax, which equals 10 cents for each 110 of property tax evaluation has also decreased. D -8 MT SAT. 10-S A THE SKI LOOK Req. $40.00 I Now $28.95 jLight weight blue denim quilted jacket with a hue down linng for maximum retention of 'tarmnth. Period tar around town. camping, --v and skiing. L 'K -Aqusik A liii RecAst iS? Is 97 r' 3448 W. Mi. Aig.~ 02Wfl 029 W. Univ. Ave. OPEN)

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The Ind.p.nd.n* Florida Aitigat,, Thurdey, January 16, 1975, Peg. S Hanson candidate for president of India no State University H1 BRUCE MORRIS Alligator Staff Writer UF Fxccuti~c Vice President Harold P acknowledged Wcdnesda~ he is candidate Han 'on or the Jury examines Sunand abuses [he Alachua County Grand Jury heard the second day of testimony Wednesday in an investigation of alleged mistreatment of residents at Sunland Training Center. Dave Fallon. an investigator for the state attorneys office said approximately nine o ten persons were suspended six weeks ago for abusing residents of the center. Fallon said the state attorney's office took up the case aftet the Human Rights Advocacy Council brought evidence of abuses to their attention. The suspended staff members allegedly beat male residents of the center and forced them to eat soap as punishment. The grand jury will determine if there is enough evidence to warrant criminal charges against the staff members. Fallon said he "had hoped the grand jury would be finished" Thusday. but said hearings may last until Friday. Testimony before the grand jury is confidential. prcsinIcnc~ ol Iidtana State Unnerst~ (ISLI [he) have me under consideration. HMnson said. There are aht ays others too. Its no big deal.' he said HANSON confirmed he has been under consideration for several months. Members of IS ti's search Committee canic to UF OnCe to interview .him and he has been in contact ~ ith hem a couple ol times since then, he said. ISU is kcaced in lerre Haute. md. According to the Terre Haute Scar, the presidential search comniittee has narrowed its list of candidates to eight from an original list of 400 applicants. This could not be confirmed Wednesday. Search coninititee spokesmann were out of town and unavailable for comment. ISU is a small school, and Hanson acknowledged his coming from a university with high enrollment might be a reason they are considering him. HANSON, in fact, was criticized last fail for allowing 600 extr, freshmen students to be admitted over the Board of Regents ceiling of 2900. Asked if he would accept the job if o&red, Hanson replied. liii ketp'ang my options open. Hanson was at UP from 1948 until 1954 in the physics department. He left and was chairman of the physics department at the University of Texas until 1969 when he returned tour as dean of the graduate school. In 1971. Hanson was appointed vice president for academic affairs, a job beheld until last August when he was appointed executive vice president by UFs new president. Robert 0. Marston. HAROLD P. HANSON UF Executive. Vice Prnid.nt Noted scientist visits The first visiting scientist of UF's College of Veterinary Medicine is Dr. Alex B. Novikoff. He will teach students and work with faculty members in the J. Hillis Miller Health Center fwm Jan. 20 until March 20. Novikoff will present the first annual research lecture for the College df Veterinary Medicine in February. Novikoff is a professor of pathology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is an internationally acclaimed biologist and was selected as a member of the National Academy of Science. 111W IIMCOCICS AUTO REPAIR AU West G~amnfl.d Mojor-Minor R.paivs 200 NW lOAv. 377-5185 BARRY MELlON & The Fish Ihurs Sot SOAt The Door The independentt Florido Alligofo, I o publicnion of Cornpvs CorTi nlLJnhcotons incarporoted, a privoic. non profit ccrpornt'on It is published five .me, week~ ecep. during June, uly ord AuQuM whet, its pub' 'shed ~ee~Iy and during student hoIdoys ond e~orr periods Opinion e*prs,,ed .n the Independent AIIi~cIos nrc thos, of the editor' of 'he wttes of ihh nrtri.s and not hose o~ he Uni~,entity of Ftorpda the corr.pus ser~,ed by he Independen' Florrdc AIItgotor Add,.,. correspondence to the independent Floodo Ailigoto, F' 0 Ani I i266 Un'v,','ty Station GoresoIJe Florida ~26Ci he In dependent Fiordo A~iigolo, is entered ci second cia. matte, of the Unuled Slots ~o.t OHic. a, Oopo.svdi. Flonido 32601 St~b.cr'p.on rote is $20 ~ p, year or 55 SO p.r quote, Suik iutcripions ore provided h.oLgf, Sludenit goVernment for I. sludects of ik. Un.v.sly of Fio.,da The ind.pend.nr Fiorido Alifootor reeves tt~. right to ruio. th. ty~ogroph'coi rote of oil odvqliStrCntS and to ,.VL. 0, *uIn owoy cli copy ii considers otectonobf. tb. ind.ndent ~iauido AllIgator w'ii -consid. edjuisments of payment *or orty odverthsemenle invol.nng iy~ogophIcol ertot 0' erronnus ins~ion -,i.n ~lce is gin., is he odw1'Jng mm.ag.r -The ~dep.~d.rt florid. AIIgOO. w~iI -6. r.p.wad. Mv -*00 --~e d -, .d.ii.m.nt nfwduhd k NO tor@i iinnt A

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P.g.4. lb. Ind.p.od.n florid. AJIIgdcr, These.7, Ja.n.y I& '975 Deans: budget B, TOM SHRUDLR Allikhtor Swif Writer I lie line (leans >1 1 F s ititlenit. ttiIIege~ agreed ttidninieiil~ Wedne~tt.~ thc~ iolhlh not nikc tnotigh ad liiitiial tiit~ fl &~ptflV iionc~ to oil I F's SI -niilhiiiii jeiji. it I)r Robert Br~tn I F ~ice pre~dent lot acadcniit allairs. asked the deans to find ~tavs lo tilt In additional 28 itt tent 'it their dlred(l~ sla'hci 'peraIin~ budget~ 1111. U LISlAVIt A II arrcr. d 'ret.! ur iii Fs ,brarits. said he lhiarw ~vIh I~tok purchases alreid~ lrwen. could saw bet ~ an I and SI Mk{MX) more b~ cutting expenditure' to ink regular perLI~dleaI suh~cripIions and eliminate the hardcncr binditw I periodical c,,IEeciron~ F here is no I & (j college I all II colleges except health a~riculttiraII~ reI.ite(l hCI(lSJ vt H Can tonic up ~ that Ii is ticar I' flit! hi, iini~er'it' catititA cor~e up ~uIh rho SI riiillinn Hr~ini saul cut can I)i F~~it I ~Iiirj> LILID '1 I F ( oIlei~t I Iii oiI V it WV tL~L[(l 'dO ikil ilitLTh In HR~ AN 4SI~Izl) he ( "tin>' V .i(tc!liiL I (tilLi tim ljtL~It 00 pitibititnIl Ufli~~I(httS ~~crihI h.A'c eli the'' coIIcgc% ~LLoitIitli~ '0 \ Rio' '~ ellen assistant go toi icj~Ittiflic ittiiis ''ttir1~ Ihc~c b~() N niiiiiteninct personriol ttoitI~I sa~ C ibotit SI \Ithotigli there "a' eCtICiii dW*CiiiCflI sOiil4 be clo~etI ~!c" ii. I)i Rob Horton Hm~' ii. Liii lean. ,aid. We could sul n~e that tile much I t Eli' t~tIEtscL IN 'it' ILL' ShICilt scrita ne' ii, ill 1011 ersit' C tillege better thin ~t' totill the los. it gratlitate students Ut RECENTlY told 'lore Han IX) gtadiiatc sttideti(s they Qolild he laid ott sjiriiw qilartel it tin more tliOtjC% ~ iI)rthcflni 1hZ Ill I xect'tI'c cc 'resident I), Hirol~I IIjnwi, saiti ~ rida~ that in tri cnlergenc~ sitliatititi 1,robationdt~ cartel ~er' Ice CWI ii O'CCS 'U Id be t Cr111 iii at ed helore raI 'ate erase deficit \N or .Lti I I)i I \ \ iridor \\ oil dciv ot he LII lIege \ts Skit t' 'AL'1 IW vUtIlLl like iii o~)ptinitlnIt~ hi zLttI I,' mod Hr Fit" itli fl~'ni~ Reiihieti \~kc~ tim It At iT r ~R1S (N) 'otis to build uni'er''t~ like this mu so ii let mr ~mcdbtliis overnight, imiderWeri %jt(l It I is Iticed to dhiwss ~radti~ite studeilts ~~ho Illotglii rhict had tiiiiiiitliiitlt5. ~e could itsc our ibiIit~ to CCI Lit! 0i.ttliiatc stimdttmtt~ Iti 5~) wa's he said II ANSON sche~i uled i meeting next week "it Ii stilt miii ctslt~ st~tClfl u'ItiCi.il5 to discuss possible solutiotis it Ilk, liii ti&i.iI Liile!geilt% Risari 'aid he could m~m' 'i'm the meeting and say t'F has terre e;ervihmng possible to cut back tin e~pcnws arid 'Iced, he help ~t the test ot lie ssteni We~c iiwas bailed out people in the past. Bryan smit Nom we rad hel;,. ~h. PICK THE Mfl! YOU UKE THE MQIT fit I (I! .' '9 *~tifl~ Jood'Q~d Mo., d,'l0r .,~!r, %(~k~ ~e ,h ~Q Iran a '''t''' .e,,~osl and(om,*o ''S (y'' Off., ends Jonteory 19, 197$ -------------------I I I I Er on I BEVERAGE I ANY BURGER * %PRICE I I, I I o I I I I -'I I I I -------I -------. I I U in: * FREE NIGH FIlM I Wth an~ pitch I 51000FF I I U.S.D.A. CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER I I I. UN I * I ---------------------I WW. 13th Str.st SAMIURViLLE Need to print a magazine Or circular Or letter? The Gator composition shop Can always do it better! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

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Student files complaint Th.In~.pnd.nflovld.MII~br, Thj~.y.JSOCq 111971 h,*l 'Nebuloi By KAREN MEYER Alligator, Staff Writer A UF graduate student flIed a complaint against the Speech Department of the College of Arts and Sciences with the Office for Academic Affairs Wcdiiesday. Bill Chandler. third year doctoral candidate in the Rhetoric and Public Address program, said hi~ ~ssistantship was cut Jan. 3, on the basis of nebulous rankings. Two American Civil Liberties Union lawyers are investigating his situation. Chandler said. By JANET PARK AllIgator Staff WrItn The Affirmative Action Advisory Council and the Council of Academic Deans both gave approval Wednesday to the draft form of the revisions ol UP', affirmative action plan. Minor changes In one area were suggested by nienihers ot the Council of Academic lkans. Ibis area involved the number of available women in a particular r discipline, which needed in sonic case' to be adjusted. LOW GOALS for hiring women was one of he 'ix area' in the affirmative action plan hat ,ictdcd correction before being re submitted to the I)epartment of Health. F:ducalion and Welfare (HEW) on Jan. 21 UF's plan was first submitted to I-fEW early in l~74. II was sent hack to UF in January, I 1fl4, with some corrections requested .Ihey were made and the plan i-esubnntted. hut HEW returned it (111CC Igainrequtrltig sfl more revisions Predictions I.,r the gyalahle n umber of ~'nien in disei1,lgne were based on the iiunihcr ol vacancie' txpteted on the stalT and I he timber of ~'n1cn receiving the term oat degree in I heir field EXAMPlES ol correction' iiiadc in the ii U iii her of iv :i il able ~. ii ncr, are the College of I a~ and the College if Veterinary Medicine. la'. school lcai, Joseph lulin pointed out hat acuIty iicmbcrs ~isua11y must have about Ili ret seal s ,l piot ession a I cx ~ i~l to .i ierniin~il degree. before being c,,isidercd or I I IcuIb posit ci, 1k. l)oiiitln N. ill. intern,' attirniative icimibli coor(lgTi;itoi, s~iid .i i e1,resent~ltive ft-on, I lit' Cot kg. o I Vet Cr itia [5 Mcdi ciii.' pointed 'iii lii iiicciir~ite itcdictioii ci the n,,niher ci .~,,riit'ti ii .iilahle Iczlcli in hat college N EVIUL SAIl) 'he hid calculated the nimbi': ii. the iiiiil'cr ol "orilcil holding the lt'~iriiiiiig tlci~rec ol l)ocioi of Veteri,,arv Med ci 1k'. ito,. e. ci .I he to liege of Veteriia r' Mt'diciiw equlit's it' Iaciilt~ to also hold a tt0L'i4,r~iIt in the ;'er't'T'' xiriiciilir '1~eiialt'. Nt's ill id she took i ~ tonsidera I ion the I t'qtl ire lilcilt' ol host d hC l~l lie' hir inslailte. soi~iC disej;,litit's eqtlire a tlocior.ttc liii then lacult. iie,,ihcrs. Ai cl~ ii i'd lire .i ud 1-imie Arts req LI res On l~ I ii.m'ter'. so ili.'ii ,ui,,bei ci ii .iilable QoiietI tIC1 tides I llt'st .155 id cci I iii isler' or doe oldie." shi said. All. COLLEGES veic uNed to ieilietL heir lirinc Ii gLi its ci .' t'm ci, l~s L)i Robei Hr~ an -ice president tot icadeti, Ic it lair'. ill ~a id 'i,''t clii nge' in 'he ci rafi ol 'he sii1iplt'ivcitl tO Li F' .itliriilti~ c .,~'tion ,Lii, .'ill be c.'nig.letcd l's Frichis. Till: NOMINEE or perihlilIclIC ithi lililISI? *I~iiOti cotir&litiiIt'i IS CSIILYIQLI 0 iiti~t'iitbCC his dcclsi,'ii ii' ticipt 'i iICLtliit the it'sIIiOiI siilliiii I ThCCL .,,cc~'idiii,~ it' l)i. liars Shu.s, rote go lame. \llisoii lie win st'lei'Icd or he ~,NsI. lucille Ti' st'iiIt to ranking (C Prt-~ide~~t br Academic A flairs Robert Bryan s.iid (handlers complaint should be handled informally by getting all panics together and talking things out. Hr}an also said a committee of faculty and students ~.as being brined to investigate the situation, Chandler said assistantships '.ere funded or six master degree students in the other Speech I)epariment program, Behavioral Studies, although he had been assured doctoral candidates would be considered first. The Speech Department did not fund anyone in Rhetoric and Public Address. I I causes Chandler said the ronkiugs "crc per loriled on oil graduate students in his department last spring, despite sonic utssagreenen among faculty members. Chandler said Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler told him those spring rankings isolated graduate school policy. Those rankings were performed again at the end of this fall quarter unknown to the students, according to Chandler. Chandler didn't know what rankings were based on. Nobody knows. Nobody is said Chandler. criteria the willing Chandler charges: that representatives of a particular area of study within the Division of Communication Studies ranked students in their area ahead of others without regard to academic progress or standing. *that the ranking was a form of economic reprisal directed at students concentrating in particular area of study. Mhat graduate school and university policy was subverted by the ranking procedure. UP Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said the rankings seemed reasonable. 1 don't see any reason why not.' Hanson said. ''We'll be looking into ('handlers situation SG power abuse An Honor Court investigating committee report on Student Governnent, the basis for an article in wednesday's Alligator, was in error when it reported that SG officials have unlimited access to duplicating machines. and that no records are kept about their use. Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman said SG officials do not have tree access to the machine's use and records are kept stating their use. graa CUT In (ICijil .15 50011 us possible he said. A s',,sia',t Dean tar the C college of Arts and Sciences Ruth McQuoi~n said. We've not had a formal report. regarding Chandler. In sonic departments. if a student perl(,rnis successfully in every respect with competence at a high level." his assistaniship ~~ilI be continued. MeQuown said. In other departments there is open competition Mt'Quown added. The general practice is that doctoral candidates would have highest priority if they pertbrned at a high level and it they fulfilled their duties up to their capabilities, she said. She said Hutchinsor investigation because policy is to exploit department level" Thomas W. Cole, academic affairs, said. have an appointment Monday.' The charges were Hutchinson could toni nient was in charge of the Arts and Sciences your remedies at the associate dean for all I can say is that I with him (Chandler) led through Cole. not be reached fbr Chandler said he maintains a 3.5 gradepoint average with two or three quarters to go." He has had an assistantship for two and a half years. report in error The machines are also not kept in Shermans office, which the report stated, hut are instead located in (he main SC office. Sherman said he pointed out the errors to Ken Ofgang. who prepared the report, but they were not deleted before the final draft was released to the press. Olgang was not available Wednesday afternoon. for cornnient JOSEPH JUUN must hove three years experience. ii Fand jsstinic the job as soon as convenient for him. (Thu rid I in em her [ expressed her concern ible to come in light ci 'its )r. Grace Henderson about AlIisoVs being university.wide budget AT AN EARLIER iiieetilig of the council. Fxecuti'e Vice President Harold Hanson l~i oiiiised that the money to pay Allison would he found. e'ei, ii. it had to conic from private tunds According to Shov .there are ic.ison', or iii guig Allison to con'e I'. 50011 IS 110551 Ne. I-irst. ic s.iid. U F anticipates .rc settled st .1W ot a flairs ittiriiii I~ V Jetion. several aboard the presence help achieve iniegard to ANOThER consideration is the adiantage it gi~uuii'iug continu't, at a critical dine fbr ,iltiiiii.ii IW idioT~ at U .he said. Shi~~ itliCi 0 \llisoii s~iid it I l~Lri~tneiit LOoidiil.iIOi is instilled soon. a ,umher of (IcLIsiOli mci 'ciilIirL'% Ii his Irca n'a~ ha'e It Flciidei'.'ii aldeti t lie inns civt~ .10! 11%! 'lie i'd as photh by ondy n.wman Wheeeee I Wll it work? Instructor Dan Powers, left, tests slide constructed by his Methods of Construction and Materials II: while youngster enjoys swing. I jitect, the hole univ and hid C,' be Affirmative action plan revisions are approved

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P83, Th*inS.p.nd.nlRoflda Aillgo'or Thur.doy. January I' 975 EDITORIAL 0 0 Eviction Sometimes in the past we ye considered the rhetoric A our feminist friends in the National Organization for Women a bit overstated. But yesterday NOW director Alyce MeAdam dropped by with a grievance that has her understandably peeved. It seems the i. Wayne Reitz Union Board of Managers voted last November to move NOW into a smaller office in the Union's student activities center. An act of small significance, it might seem. except that only seven ot the board's 14 members were present for the vote. And except that NOW ~asnt notified its oftice space would be up for consideration arid so couldn't present its case before the board acted. And then there's the matter ot what groups the board saw tit to move into NOW's current office. But to get the full impact of all this, it's necessary to have a quick review of the UF NOW chapters battle to get into the student-built union at all. The t'roun s tirsi anolication tor office soace c, F -Cr was mysteriously "lost~ before it could be acted Then, on Jan. 29, 1974, the chapter won an notice in room 313. April 2. 1974, members fought oft an attempt to move the Florida Quarterly in the NOW office. May 14, 1974, saw an unsuccessful effort to move Florida Blue Key (FBK) into the NOW office. So it's been tough sledding for the group which led the tight to have FBKs bigoted anti-women niembership policy changed. The board of managers voted to use NOW's present office as a 'Floating' office for groups which only need space temporarily during the year. They are Gator Growl. Interfraternity Council (IFC), Interhall Council, and Panhellenic, a sorority group. Gator Growl needs the office to put together its once-a-year fireworks show in the stadium: [nterhall's project is Dorm Week, and IFC and Panhellenic's contribution consists of, you guessed it. Greek Week. In short, the kind ot stutt great football weekends are made ot. NOWs gripe is that the managers wants to transfer it needs. McAdam says there's tables and tiling cabinets in office the board of to is too small for its no room for the two the present office. In addition, the group is preparing to start a library with $350 allocated it by Student Government for that purpose. The library won't fit in the smaller office. One of NOW's most intensive projects has been educating and counseling women about rape. Its tree pamphlet on the subject is designed to help women avoid rape: but perhaps more important is the always available phone number where rape victims can get instant and educated counseling at a crucial time, NOWs vanguard work in the women's rights movement reaches every woman student at UF. While the other four groups need office space for only short periods. NOW operates 25 to 30 hours a week throughout the year. The clincher is that the board assigned another room as a 'floating' otlice. yet allocated it to no group. Clearly. Gator Growl. IFC. Interhall and Panhellenic need not be thrown out in the cold if NOW keeps rooni 313. NOW was supposed to be out of' its office last night. At last word MeAdani was vowing an Alamo-style holdout. All she's asking is a stay of eviction until NOW can present its case to the board next week, as it should have been able to in November. We hope Union directorBill Rion "ill makesure NOW gets that stay. Infirmary morning-after p1 Is should be taken at own risk "UF's infirmary offering free morning headline 'it last Thursday's Alligator. after pi1is. read the M first glance. this looks like good news for UF women students. But is it? Nobody is really sure why the morning-after pill works. The theory is that it changes the lining of the uterus so the fertilized egg doesn't implant. thus preventing pregnancy [he IJE Infirmary Women's Health Care Center (WH( C) is conducting a federally funded study of the pill. THERE ARE numerous side effects that may result rem taking Premarin. the morning-after pu1 given nut by the Women's Health Care Clinic at the infirmary Adverse reactions to the morning-after pu1 can include blood clots, heavy bleeding, possible aggravation ol niastuis dnflamniation of mammary glands). retention of fluid. edema, vomiting. aggravation of allergic rashes, nausea. cramps.breast tenderness and enlargement, and aggravation ol' migraine headaches. These are the possible side effects listed by the Physician's [)esk Reference (PDR). The PDR is a collection of inlormation on drug products compiled with the cooperation of the manufacturers. "PRtMAltlNconsistsof a huge dose of estrogen, stated a The Independent Florida Alligator GIL Gm*tican F LA ''Tony' K.nduior Mm. V. Cock Met Ev.lyn k.t Mn. M.lpI.mn C. Icy 5&ipp Torn MoeNomoro Ray MeG.Jv. Any H.~ L. LynnSo&I.t '9 JANIS MAltA 'pokesperson tin the WI-ICC. Another nornmg-afier piE! igh in c'trogen, [)ItS. has been notorious for its darigtru~ So little ~a' knm.n about DES that between lQ4Oatid l4'(~ it ~Js gi~en to ~onen in hopes of preventing miscarriage' Ihe daughters of the women give this pill while pregnAnt base an unusually high incidence of vaginal cancer. AN!) NOW WOMENconceived in the 1940's and 1954) are currently being used to test out the effectiveness of a high estrogen pill in preventing pregnancy. It sterns ironic. In addition, the morning-after pill often is not needed, af~ct all. Only 21) out of every 1W women who have unproteetc~i intercourse will become pregnant, according to a flUrSIIW magazine with national circulation. SINCE TIlE chances of becoming pregnant after tinprotected intercourse are rather low, one option is waiting until the monthly period is due. If the period doesn't conic on time, a woman can have a menstrual extraction perfornied. The menstrual extraction isa procedure that draws out the contents of the uterus. It must be performed within six weeks after inhercourse. It's not quite as simple as taking five pills a day for twenty days. but itis safer. Dodd Smith Mtv.In.chIM Dovid 1(1.1,, N.w. Editor Thai Wood MonoglCBSitOf 0*1 Fjmh Layout Shot G1 Ant G.n.mI MOw .AdmInia.glv. A~as .mehsn.e Monog. Mn Mndsng Mcn.g.r MnnIs.,g Coodnot. Sflciol muon. Coo.dInsor Adv.nISng P~doebn Mon.,. MItqi.I Pmducbn. Ma.gw SIgUIjOl NO&,da Mng.r Me. JOfl0 Layo'tMW P.Midwd by Campu. Communioatiofls. Inc P.O. km 13266 UnIv.nhIy ban, aa.dI. N.M. wits oflk. bS.Ind twCdsp Inc. 173 Wa UnIv.nhIy Anne. ~-. SbuS kpant P4*411 Adv.rtI.l,1 *.d PmdwcII@fl Dsp fl: W4Mt OPINION

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Speech Department Docto ra Ll)ITOR: Hccert itirtlin~ tiit~ di he University of Florida huh hi;c rcwltc~l in the termination of ni my ~rjdiia ic teaching assistants have undoubtediN produced a variety ot sad storiess II I he so hold, I would like the following ~hon history to represent the plight of ~radoatc students who lThd themselcs it the mercy ol mismanagement of funds as well as a mismanagement of graduate school intl un versit y rules and regulations. January 2. 975 I arrived in (iainesvlIe Icy he beginning ol he Winter Quarter. I put in an appearance in my deparinient to heck itt the lay of the land I here I am old. unofficially. hat it looks like my issistaniship i.,ll be terniinned, I he acuIty ranked all graduate students and ~4as not ranked high enough. I try to con firm this inlormation -No inc is around corflrni. I he silence seems to say that he's only a third year doctoral student, he il~mcsn I court or anything. It doesn't ittur that hc has invested 2/i years in the I university and the U nIversty 2 years in hint JANUARY 3, 3975. Phone calls to Head 'I Deparinient. i)etn of College. Dean of Graduate School. Advisory. anybody. l)esperat:on. It isn't pleasant to have $17 and unexprettidly with no explanation to he tineniployed. Everyone tusy or not in. Wiil until Monday. January Ix 197$. 8:30 AM. Waiting in the Office oi the Dean of the Graduate School. Finally see him. Explain situation. I)~parInienI received 5 ossistontships. liieulty ranked graduate students. Highest ranks i.,'tild receive aid. No discrirtination liciween graduate students and third year tlictoril students. No consideration at graduate school policy that advanced corn nuilig students receive aid first. Head .4 IXpirfnwnf claimed rankings not cv .11 tratory. [ka ii ould discuss with hers. Student 0 do 'bit 1w &'r' lot ~ifl stu~lents II elf in l)cp.mrtnlcrit I bird 'ci, studentss h j~ e first priort ~. ianuar~ W 1975 Oem can find no imnes ( in not persuade [kpartnicnt to fol in. graduate school ~Olcy Has no real ,o~ Cr to enforce. can only use moral 'tiasion. January 0. 1975. 1000 AM. Heard nonc~ for assistantship given to department learr assistaniship to be given to beginning student. 11:00 AM Give information to Dean of Graduate School. flean~ assistant contirnis. Department clainnd ailed comprehensive. False inlorniauon, What is going on in department9 Who is giving out such inlormation9 200 P.M. Met with Dr. Bryan. Office of Academic Affairs. Explained situation including allusions to antipathies in department Graduate school and university policy confirmed. Bryan will try to correct situation JANUARY 13, 1975. No one answering phone. Bryan doing all he can. Graduate school policy apparently not enforceable if Bryan cannot enforce. Adversaries in (tepartnient have won. No nioney and two quarters Iron a Ph.D. I wonder what losers do. I wonder if the system alwa~ wins. I wonder how undergraduate students can fight Wa doctoral candidate has lost before he even begins. I wonder how a University can attract Doctoral students if they must run the risk of having financial support discontinued if they do not 'tudy in a particular arts withi, a department. it they disagree with a strong professor. ifihe University cannot make its l)epartnients and Colie~es abide by the rules. And everyone says distinction for the University is right around the corner. l)istinguished Speech Department. I. I)oetoral student. 0. C. W. Chandler Wrestling fans missing extras KIJIlOR: & ,tiiitiLtl .1% I '.iiisl~ici t',i eluded ii~. I Fiat 'clict ol LtiLtrIc.itlL'i' .1 ill Iiiiik in Sl-( .tntcii(icr. is lit' ,rcs~'iiI rea'ii ttstr' c' ii, i'. .rsidcr:it it'll Ii' licc. I sj'e.iall' 'tiicc tic a hi cilciitN'itttI LIIILsI it '~,i' hIiitfl .itlti siippiii I it tcstr' Cs .irtl is not "ill tm'ii~C 'out ss hci, its is Jell tiiotigli to IS ft tL' lit iL~ ~i 'clinol 'pnI -ti hc' i'~~jsi cart, '" Ii~t~eii Hi' TI,. ind.p.nd.nt Florid, Ailigo.or Thur~4oy Jonuory 16 1975, Page 9 Park ngt goes to stuc EDITOR, (iii JanuAr~ I .hh. ~ii jittLie Stall Writer Mark Scot I an nouncn~ the [I PD hike ~akts ciackdo~n appeared on page three ot he Independent Florida Alligator In that article Mr Scott quoed me is saying Ihe idea is to present accidents. not gre tickets .'e (UPO) make enough money ott parking tickets, This passage has brought about sonic ntsunderstandir~ and needs to be cIartt~ed because the parking situation on the UP canipus has become an agitation for fl~an) people. Mr. Scott did not misquote me .is much as he misinterpreted my comments. [he reporter questioned whether Operation Life was to be enforced in such proportions as to create increased revenue from the tickets. Since the program is designed specifically to stop accidents and prevent personal injuries, I replied that increased revenue was not the object of the program. in view of the difcket money lent court of 'ike l~~s ciIIorccniLIit intl the .r~'tii1t ot tines ilteads wing collected troiii iH('toi 'chicle mu actions N' ionev froni t ra Itic tiies is char neled to he campus poitec depannieii Money front student parking tickets goes to detray the costs of the Student I atlic ('omirt and the eniainder goes to the Cater Loan Fund Fines collected from Faculty and Stati rickets go to the (iF Parking and iran'port at ion Con~ ii i ttee "here the money is used foi Cam~~US road in.iintenance. Funds for 1114) are controlled by LIE Physical Plant Divis Ion The object ot Operation Life is not to make more money or harass cyclists. So far there have been no bicycle fatalities on Campus We like those statistics and we want to keep it that way. Jiii. Shuler UP!) Public Intorniation Officer ADVICE & DISSENT Game the plan ultimatE Sound the trumpets. Step to the beat of the drums. Come on people. 1eV s get into the spirit of the game. It's exciting. It's habit forming. It's the most popular game on earth. War is the worlds pastime. IMAGINE A beautiful day on the plains of Sinai. For the 2bth big year. ABC sports is bringing you the finest of Saturday afternoon warfare. Today we have the greatest of religious competition, with the mighty Zionists of Israel going against the powerful Mid-east Arabs. The battle cry will sound shortly. but let us take a few moments to look a! the teams. First on analysis of the home team, the Mid-East Arabs, The Arab offense is centered around the strong arnioured attack supplied by quailerback Leonid Bresnev. In the backfield, the Arabs "ill he depending on a Hood showing I') Syria and the talented, though tin. vredict~mble. King Hussein of Jordan. the Arabs ore looking or menge after last 'ear' defeat hi the Zionists Dci they should be tough. Phi; is a homeconi ing for the \rabs intl itt 'wild like to cxtcnd our congratulations to their ,ie"l' elected IN. iepre'entatne. Nasar Arafat for bowl r ROBERT DAVIDSON STAFF WRITINGS of Palestine. Now let us look at the Israel Zionists. Quarterbacking is a crafty and experienced veteran of the Mid-East wars. Moshe Dayan. At fullback for the Zionists former Michigan great Gerald Ford will be providing massive arms support. All in all it looks like we have a fine game in store for you this afternoon. OFFICIALS fbr the game are the United Nations Peacekeeping Force, the game will start shortly; but first, everyone rise for sacrifice to their god. The war cries have sounded and we have ourselves a firstclass war. The Zionists are on the 'tten;ie ar.d the Arabs will he defending the Sue, (anal. the armies arc setting up a line of battle so let's pick up the action. ihe /.ionists have displayed a fine air attack agaInst the Arabs. *lhe Egyptian defense is crumhung ~nd soldiers are being 'l~ughtered h the thousands. What i game! Ihe Zionist. Ire tir~r intl goal to go. len The Independent Florida Alligator Dcug Dcl Ent.flounme,, Editor Ron Cucninghoni Macdot. Editor G.org. Kochonmec Jr Photo Editor Greg Forrer Sport Editor Mino, Kernon A.st News Editor miles. Five miles. The Zionists have crossed the Sue, Canal. Touchdown! WE'RE INTO lie second half action now The Zionists are defending the Golan Heights and the Syrians are on the offensive. The Zionists have their backs to wall and will need defense to charged up Emotions down there field. Syria drive by the tough Zioni he in trou quarter has casualty score, Israel 7.(~. Arabs 10.000. Both learns are set up and ready for the crucial fourth quarter play. What's this' (itro ci lord has come off the beach and wilt he qua?. terhocking Boy the hard pressed Zionist team. Apparently the excitement ol the game 'as more than h could re'dst. THE RA1TLI. CRY has sciuncled. and it's a heat tilul. lofts ICBM nissle launch dclix cr'~I the heart of the Middle IAst. Ibree. two. .me .Its 'II ncr. I he orange mushroom ctnud signals the cml of the ganit. OiiLC tu;iin he ganw has iusrcruf its participants. he wmnic 'I tr.r tint, withoutt 'it ton. I Ins can F. the only tntl 'inn. for in i~8? there is iiAct I I' inner. ut 'ictinis. Mug t~e LITitinue in cheer our 'ii its on to the ultimate rinilt Stuier Ho'.) game? son~e inspired hold back the Arabs. are really flaring on the playing has led a good Arabs and that 4 defense could ble. Ihe third ended with the

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P.g. 0.1%. Ine.p.nd.n, Pond. AJIIg.v, Thun4e1, Jm.ucry 4. lUS enriches SG treasury By LESLIE GOLAY Ahlgab. Staff Wdt.r Student Senate President Kevin Malone announced Tuesday night that an extra l75.~) of "unanticipated surplus money came in to Student Government this rer. he extra money i~ due to an excess In errolinient th,~ ytar, Malone said. THE unencumbered funds to be allocated by the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) "just fell into ,ur lapC according to Malone. SC Treasurer Gre* Sherman said this is up and beyond what w~e anticipated t~ revenue from the activity and service fee. According to Sherman. ASFAC has total tintrol nver where he nioney will go. Rcconntendation~ wtll be made by the coninitttee dii~ year. THE STUDENT Senate reaffirnied their Thief support of the Equal Rights Amendment at the meeting Tuesd.) night and elected Senator S,,e Cline as the SC representative to the ERA coalition. The senate passed an amendment that 'aould pay the salary of the Chief Justice of the [raffle Coun from the money collected from campus traffic violation fines rather than Iron, SC as had been done previously. This is the first time a SO officer is .ot paid by SC. The high revenue the traffic court gets frown traffic violations can pay fix him. SC can use the money better Malone said. The senate also passed an amendment changing membership on the Student-Faculty Insurance Board. Malone explained now there woiVt be a representative from Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance Company on the board as there had been in the past. This will encourage bids from other In~urance companies, he said. -proof bike banks scheduled for campus A .drtually Inolprool method of bicycle wturily is now availabic to UF students [tin loheck. Student Governucnl Secretary ii (onstimer Affairs. lkviccs called bike banks are being in~IaIlcd on campus to provide studentss with ,,orc 'ucure means ol lockinK their bicycles. STUDENTS can rent the bank from St tident (h~~eru neni it he rate of ten cents a lay or or 3 a month. lw hank~ hive .ilrcady been installed in Maiiphrte Area, I be hcj v jest concept rot ions of banks will be inst lied 'ii dormitory areas because the theft rate is greater there. Lobed said. LORECK said a student from each campus dormitory area is needed to be in charge of renting the devices. That student will receive SO cents for each rental he or she obtains. This cornnission will be paid foroutof the $3 rental lee.) An additional SO cents per rental will go to pay one student who will be in charge of replacing lost keys, making necessary repairs, and assisting in the installation of new banks throughout the campus. Students interested in applying for either position should contact Debbie Feinberg. Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs, at 373. 3975. S S C,, a, C -a C,, -a Cu C, -a Forn Piece with CO, tt~fl mani fortliri DRE! SUITS reversible vest stinq & riatchino slacks $69.90 ~rs suqqested retail once Sc. S SLACKS 512.qo THREE FOR 530* 800 nn~r casual slacks 55So nnlvnster blends ninids d cur mar LOCATED AT Open daily till 9:OC WHEN FOR YOU 'RE THE 1-95 & NEWBERRY RD. Sunday liii 6:oo 373-9297 S TUCK RIGHT WORD. Er a S TRY OUR STUDENT AIDS! C.R.C. HANOBOCIC Of CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS SSth.d. 1974-1975 C.R.C. STANDARD MAThEMAIlCAA. TABLES, 22nd.ed. 19741975 TURABIAN: MANUAL FOR WPflUS OF 11AM PWS, THESES, AND DISSERTAIlONS lURASIAN: SlUDENTS GUIDE FOR WRITING cOLLEGE PAPES SHRUNK: THE ELEMENTS OF SIYLE SEEIR: A SIYLE MAMJAI FOR STUDENTS EWS HOW TO WRIT! THEMES AND 11AM PAPERS BILLEfl: PREPARING THESES AND OTHS lYflO MANUSCRIPTS RESUME SERVICE: RESUMES THAT OtT JOBS FROM ARCO, MUONS, COWLS REONEY, AND SIMON 8 SCHUSIE: I.Schel Ads,.n Ian P~atic.I N.nhaq lOtS A4~ 1s. fl~ -Ga. lOtS Jwncg (seen '., of EngI.* -o N.tgn Languor SW4 BOWS TUE the 1kb *,~ 'I,. .*~I~ S S .'t $175 ,OOO surprise SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE 915 NO. MAIN ST. NEXT TO PANTRY PUN i OPEN MON. THRU SAT. ~ a.m.-9p.m. SUN. 12*S:30 p.m. negative heels smooth leather uppers crepe sole meWs sizes 7'/2-12 520.99 ladies sizes 6-10 $16.99 cnoduo, ~ tgomqoon Ctr.uI Apifludo Tt~ MuIit Arai~m T. Muqing 5Oo.i 1n"o'c. f~OfThflO~I@fl MLIII*,O~U go, E.omna.,o.

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H p 7 GO 44 FAL[OOr~1IHG. INC BAND EMERY WEEk JULES VERNE BAND (SUNRISE HIGHWAY ~ IS Sonn~ BACK Fips, VV~w Fhts NO COVFR Fr, Ft Sar $100 ALL TI+E BEER OR WINE YOU CARE TO DRINK Guys $2.UD Every MON 810 Girls FREE hineS. Gisa viii. mmePut&UIq 1430tw. iasmn .1 r~fta t&5C DoNI(;ANS % PRICE SALE!! -LADIES'Shirts & tops Tennis weai' Long dresses Pnntsilits Dresses Sweaters Pants -MEN'SShirts Pants Ieisiire suits Sporteonts Ties Suits Sportshirts A OFF 'A OFF rate is DON IGAN 'S 1128W. Univ Ave. :172-04'fl Flor irbi "iw do Th. ind.p.nd.nt Florida MIIgaor, Th.rsday Janoary U, 915, Pg. Ii State Museum receives donated gifts H, JAMES K. ECClJS to ''LiT '',toi S. Ihek Inson Said Alligator Staff Writer ('ills Ii id lug .1 tIe" home a' the ii 'set,,,, ticiticie a collection ot Indian arttkat~. I migine opening a gift and Ii iding 4000 lick Led snakes. Ings and lizards. Pie Florida State Museum is expecting such a gift Iron former museum staff ,,,ernber. Dr Sam ucl Telford. "ho ~t ill send his collection trot,, South American this s.eek. MUSEUM I)grector IC Dickinson believes the most valuablee gift is the gilt of intormation and especially nforniation leading to fossil sites. On several occasions people have informed I)geknson ol lindang hones that have Lcd to the discovery ol an entire tkssil site. A couple starting a nursery in Archer called the museum six months ago to examine a bone that their plow unearthed The bone ~ as the key to a rich plocene site that rn useum scientists studied lasi 'tifllflicr "A BONF ound b~ i boy IS year' ago led is It, .4 {,ssil site in Nt't berry that is still c:i~e today, Ihikinson saW [he ntituin, ilt, rccei~cs rationa] Un~Iii~g 'A I on it ion Atticai CCTC 110 Fl 'a I asks, a roon, filled ~' it h slieR es ol bottled lish. ha ndgu os. lertlit~ lolls. 533 carat eneraid appraised at $l~U.tXU -the largest ,ialtiyaL get~i found in Nor: h America. and an em ha lri~ed alligator bunt ed by a Miami itort liary science school. troni the National INIo~. ment br I he Arts. Washington. I). C. h as enabled the nIliseun, to expand an exhibition that should attract high school science classes Dickinson said. "THE NEW expansion. an addition to South FlaIl is a help yourself eAhibit with a catalogue at specimens in drawers.' 'We hope to include a accorded explanation br each dras~er on cassette tapes Ending won I UGHI ancient example tot by chip hi,*s of a blind dose freeze 5111-Hanson U F is 'Iready on'nl tied to readmitting those student' who have been previously enrolled. Based on past enrollments. Dr Janles Burns, ii F engineering professor. projected between 17.838 and 18,781 students will return to hF next tall. IN EITHER case, freshman admissions are set at 2Q~X) by a Board of Regents ruling. Ihat leaves space br between 2,0q6 and 3,OJq transfer undergraduates. The larger estimate icr transfers is based on the percentageof UF students in 1972 who returned to UF in 2973. 21w snialler tirure is based on the sonic calculation between 1973 and 974. BURNS SAIl) molt students return school in years ol poor job market,. ihe beginning of a recession this l~l marked the highest percentage ot' returniob stud~rts since 1971 when an economic downturn combined with American in'ol'enent in Vie! Nani to drive students back to campus hi droves. Burns said. He 'aid if the job market didn't improve b) icxt tall, the lower estnate thy the space fhr transfer students probably was more Bcadmit By TOM SHROIJER Alliptor Staff Writer he admissions freeic will end this month. hut "a substantial number of qualified fresh"lan and junior college transfers' will be lro~en out of hF In the fall ,&hcn enrollment caps go into effect. hF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said Wednesday he received assurances fron, rallahassee the regentsimposed admissions freee will be over by the end of the month. ENROLLMENT caps were enacted in the tall to limit the growth of state universities. Monday the Board of Regents imposed a complete halt on admission of students to allow time tbr study of the present financial en, e rge n cy. Hanson said the frecie was a spur of the moment thing he never considered very in, port ant Ihe iniportant thing we have been considering is how ~e ~.ill impose enrollment limits flex: tall. Hanson said. HANSON SAil) HF'. ill aim at holding UF Ftc C enrollnient (~tll colleges outside z'grictilttiral and health related fields) at 24.678. last balLs total HEAR JAN, 19 7:30 P.M. IN CONCERT r I i~Ii avr NA 'ANGFORD PASTOR I'.'' I' I Centrance playIng eanbapesry Chehen mualc NORTh CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH

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In tic inc u-inc hr IS ~ I 23. xi~abic in ,iine~ order heck ( hli or ~er~tutijl thitcks riot 'IC Ri tiL: I ,',itar~ napkin ith mu iii hrinuz 'ri~ luggage I FElT relieved ~ and I could handle the nrc' OK I felt lukeu burden, .i "eight had rolled It in shoulders. Wednesday coutdnt come soon cflALtigh I counted the da~s until I 'aould he normal Again. He~ng pregnant is more than being in the family I he hormonal changes affected her spirits as well. Cheerful optimism gave way to bitching. flights of mood, and a cattiness she thought was reserved to competing movie queens and old maids. "I found myself getting real upset, crying every day for no reason at all. I wanted to be loved all the time, to be held-think of me, inc. ME!' IHERE WAS tear. 'I tried not to think about it because I was afraid of what I was going to think about. ..afraid I'd feel coo much emotion and it'd overwhelm me if I thought about it too much." and doubt "Maybe this is what I should do. Maybe I'm supposed to have this baby, and this is the course of action for me. Maybe this is my only chance and rm throwing it away." ABORTION was the only chance. Wednesday niorning. bright and cold. Off to a late stan-typical-and few words to offset the silence as Nte drove Emma to the clinic. It'll be over soon. This time tomorrow, everything will be over. done., finished. ALREADY WOMEN are perched on those comfortable chain. The big day for six, seven. 10 other women. Mostly white, middle class, from young to the other side of 30. You're not alone. Lab work, blood test, urine test, chaffing with the sprightly, gray-haired lady in the white lab coat. She tells Emma everything she does, why it's done, what it'll reveal about Emma's body. COMMONPlACE things, and it helps Emma relax, makes the waiting easier. Next i. group coonading-uta. seven women troop into another loom, settle on cushions, the floor. wherever. "The Procedure." as the abofliou, is euphemistically known to the clinic's worked and patients. ii explained with pictures, pieces of equipment and plastic uteruses. Vacuum aspiration is used for women less than 12 weeks pregnant. Basically. it's upon the table, knees bent and heels in the stirrups. In with a plastic speculum to widen the vaginal opening. let the docto, see what's going on. THEN SEVERAL shots of Zilocaine. a local anaesthetic, into the cmix. the entryway to the fetus-holding uterus. In the next minute, a rapid succession of flexible plastic tubes of increasing diameter is inserted to widen the opening to suck the fetus out. Then it's over, the whole procedure taking bare minutes. 'I was kind of worried until the group counseling session where they tell you what's going on. The thing that helped me out the most was all the people there. There were married women there on their second, third abortions. After talking to them I thought. well, it can't be that bad." PULSE, temperature, blood pressure checked and noted in the medical chars. And the hesitant questions begin. Will it hurt? Ho~ long '.ill it rake? When can I make love again? Will I be able to have children if I t~ ant then,? "The~'re pretty frank andopen over there. One of he girls ~as concerned ,.tch pain. All she could ask ibout 'as the pain.' AND INDIVIDUAL counseling "ith Candas. What do 'ot' think of this abortion' All Mong I didn't think of it in terms of being ~regnant. All it neant ~ba5 that it the test "as ,ositie. it neant abortion. If ncgati'e. no problem. Were you using any kind of birth control? Iii ilL: tosi LiNhier s t cptcd K ---in ui'thing (fl court.'. I (IIdflt %!t)p lirni richer I is' ~nncn I,, do it. thu~ leir pIi~c 1k ~m'r tIrcn!% knoW' M' rnothci I I coUldnt we ;in~ 'ejon to tell hci I here 'as nothiiw ~he couhi lo but he hur .ird ~~rried "AM) ON Fhc~ talk tou an hour. ~iII iii nitdcal torn,' I his place ~ niprcssnc. Warm. human. ear'tw 'You're a person. rot %onl kind of beast ~ it 'our legs stuck up in thc .iir.' I hen the waiting. 'Ihe doctor 'aho does the proceduic drives it, from, Jacksonville and doesn't get it, town until 2 p.m. Things are late A BLACK girl troni south Florida sits next to Emma. and Emma can feel her tension. So they lalk. about symptoms, families, goals. school. Waiting. Emma is called, handed a IS-cent Maas Brothers shopping bag with a gown in it. Clothes off (you can keep your socks on). gown on and snapped at the neck. Waiting. Candas comes in with a couple cigarette. Talk about self-hypnosis, pinched nerves, night classes. From the next room, a machine thrums to life and a few seconds later the fluid suction does its woit. PALMS SWEAT and perspiration rolls down her hack. Now. Into the examination room, up on the table. The gangly lady is Fnma's nun. Dr. Cohen greets Enim., squeezes her arm. Candas is there too, as Emma lies on her back, feet propped in covered, warm stirrups. Breast exam, then pelvic. Candas holds her hand. the other smoothing the hair from her fact. She talks. WHAT ARE you studying in school? Sounds interesting. Got job lined up? Fingers in and out, probing, feeling. Eight weeks." Dr. Cohen tells the nurse. 'Right in the uterus. Beautiful" EMMA TAIlS, feels the needle piercing her insides. Zilocarne. works fast, pain becomes a dull pressure, like the dentist shooting your gums with p one aim Pain again, like being ripped in two from the crotch, widening the cervix to fit the pinky finger diameter of the evacuation tube. Dijatlon. Codas saying keep your eyes open, slow deep breaths. yes, good, niaL Still holding her hand, her arm. MACNUN! on the whir, sloppy suction, two three four seconds-it's ova. Plastic tuba, metal speculum. eight.week old tissue. npngmatioc blood., gone. It's over. "Just let me pull my legs up and roil over." INSIDES ACHY, cleaned out, heavy, cramped. sets wont. Tears dribble from Emma's eyes, stop. Candas still there, how do you feel. Peel faint, eyes going black, ears ringing. Goddam cramps. Ten. 12 steps to the recovery room. rinas in charge then, Ue down, blanket. heating pad for those foul cramps. Two pills, washed down with warm tea. Empiric for cramps. others to contract the uterus to normal position. ILOOD pressure down, pulse down, temperature down, all down except the cramping pain in that double-cupped handful of female organs. It's done. Over. Finished. Empirin works fast. Emma feels better already. Unpregnant. Ready w face the rest of life. Must wait 30 minutes before leaving the clinic. "IT'S GOT to be kind of stupid if)ou don't '.ant to hase a baby to keep screwing around and not using an'xhing lt ~ou're pregnant. don't go through all this trouble. don't ha'e the baby it 'ou don't ,aanc to. don't ~o ]Unipiflg into anything. You~c still got a chance. Abortion isn't chat bad. You'll be so happ~ i~hen its o'er ~itl, lw knot~ti things that hun ~ than an abortion. 'You're part of a statistic. I read that 110 nonien a month get abortions here. One hundred 'en 'bomen ~ nontl, can find a wa~ out. 'Right to life' 0 by anti-aboi Dy KAREN MEYER A11S, Staff Wile, The right to lift. Abortion opponents think it bekxip to everyone' "WE ARE seeking a constitutional amendment that would protect lift from conception to natural death," Alachua County Right to Life member Lois O'Mallcy said. Founded in response to the gradual liberalization of state abortion laws. "Right to Life" groups popped up all around the nation. With the Supreme Court decision of 1973, that limiting abortions in the first trlmser is unconstitutional, they banded torther to tbrn the national organization, arid on to create the most powerful anti-abortion ktbying pressure in Congress. "ABORTION is not the answer." said OMalley, Alachua County chapter member. With one exception: if the physical -not mental -life of the mother is endangered. Abortion is justified in that case on the rationale that the baby is attacking the mother.'' BUT EVEN an aborted fetus has a right to Inc. said OMalley. and doctors should make special efforts to that end. O'Malle~ justified the ease of Boston obstetrician Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin not~ facing manslaughter charges for failing to try to keep a our-month-old aborted fetus alive Abortion. said OMallev. doesn't solse the initial problem ol getting pregnant. "MOST WOMEN get pregnant because they "ant to. whetherr they realize it or not." she said. "And most nomen 'ho have abortions don't sought 0 ton group use contraceptIves." said oMalley Some costracepiiva do not receive S grmip s endonemefit. INTXA-UTERINE devices prevetit t fatilgaid eu free, being implanted in the wi and therekee could be considered a term I abortion. O'N4alley said. The birth control pill, still being investing for possible relation to cSflW. is considd "okay" but not officially endorsed. lguas everyone knows babies are hard' come by. Literally hundreds of people WE thmni." she said. WHAT ASOIJY the young single woIfl*ii college, who doesn't want to gve up school' a job because, she forgot her pill one day? She should 1mw flue child and give ii up I adoption. Oit4afley said. thai pick back Up schooling and work. Another Aladwa member, Mrs id Valenti. said that while a woman should hit' right to liv Own body, the fetus -althoUi dependentonthe mother for life support sepate body. "WA WOMAN doesn't wish to bear a clii she shouldn't have to' There are enough sOu birth control measures available that shouldn't get pregnant." said ValeTiti Where the mother had German nwaJCO drug like Thaldonildi and chances ,.erC ~ the child would be less than normal. aboti 101 still not justified. said Valenti. 'To kill tO healthy fetuses to CliniiflJ!t I unhealthy one seems wrong." ~ad aLe 'Where there is any possibility the chill A Il normal, it labortlon) shouldn't be done "Then is a place in wcwty for all hurid including then less capable than sortie else," she salt. r 12 The 'n d.~,,,nderida Aft qoot Th ur~doy an K ci r~ 6 9 S Emma (I' 'run ON i/ y.phlcs by in. pvcd.

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Th. Ind.psid.nt ~Jorido AliLgotor ThUrUIOy )OVIUCry 6, L 15 Pny. 1 Abortion B, KAREN MEYER AilIMator Staff Write, N I :,ttLI I wars ago abortion ~as a ~tLiflidIl hit. K ~iIi e disappeared with the first re~ I ~ ~ boil ion ~t at ute pa~scd bN Hi it sh parLianlcilI in 1803. IN TH~ TIME spanning Iron, that itI the US. Suprerte (olin egjhi~C'! abortions on Jan. 22, 1973 'onlen battle1 cflStafltly to regain the treeditni 4 hoc I lit ''tight you rts. I hc~ I~uigli t religion. OIlY FOUGHT other ~on'en. ~.In, IwI it.H he right of the tet us care before heir A4 ii he cward changed abortion from a LrInic hick to choice, giving the ~tjtes the Option I spit lying that oniy doctors may perform hr Ii 'I', In I Y72, just before the court made its ritfl'C, Gallup poll showed 46 per cent ufthe ~ereraI population in favor and 45 per cent opposed to legalized abortion. IN MARCH of 1974. the Gallup poll round hitle change in the split vote with 47 per ccn in lavor and 44 per cent opposed. Ihe etlects of that Supreme Court ruling niultiplied more rapidly than ever anidpated The original 1973 decision held that the right of privacy of .11 citizens under the lAth Amendment Is broad enough to enconipass a ijonians decision whether or not to terfinale her pregnancy. BY DECLARING unconstitutional the restrictive Texas and (eorRia abortion 'tatutes in the original cases. the court overruled all state laws thai restrict a woman s right to obtain an abortion during the lirsI three months of pregnancy. Alter that point, the state may regulate the heron procedure to a "reasonable" extent k. I HA I MUM th LiihI laws II <4 > i'll ~I 11 il-NI 01 S ,ttisnn tiN nuLl ~<'rutro~ei ~iiI s~,ie luig the I NV! iON ol qtLc'titins felt S A I,,r Kid bttt.itI 425C11L1 1.01111 IldildIed one %IIt.I1 qil Sticli Ill \ueist LII 9 ~, onL~ to iiiw buith ~ilc~ 11jbtil an~t the I S Sitirenic ( dirt lefitNel H c~ lit I he F lorils itlitni s,,itl '1w etn~Crlt ot the litibiid .1 IIIAITICLI ~t('Il1dii or parents olin (JTIII H 1551. ES iIica~t~ or soon ti, he iistii ,icIi~1e lie aiihorit~ H stiles to leqilire 141tt1rs ii iikc 'ptcitl efforts to keep horned let, ses Ii' e a Fioston d odor currently ices mar~laughter charges or ailure 0 (10 50 Whet her city or state hospitals can rettise tO l~crrnit IrlY abortions in their lacilittes l~rOpO5C(i in Congress by Sen. Frank ( hurch, I) Idaho I he power ol state or local governments to turbid advertisements telling where to get abortions, charges former Alligator Editor Ron Sack laced in 1971. The right of a woman on welfare to have (he state pay for an abortion. The authority of Congress to withhold tcderal funds lbr abortions in a variety of tederally financed programs. The right of doctors in prison on critTlira? abortion convictions to get cut. When a fetus becomes a viable person. Alter the initial Supreme Court ruling. written by justice Harty A. RI.ckmun. the justices have tended to let lower courts handle the sprouting side issues. Rut legislators in states and Congress INUA-UTUINE DEVICES PhOt by peg. kochon~.c jr. continue to encounter lobbying pressures S r ii Iwing rul to kct.p lii F.i~c ol litig.ttlLi~ ii1inIL~ Il~ TWO PROPOSED ( on~rcs~lon a I iiilCii(Ilflclits Cl C ictentI~ CkCt~Wd probahl~ nictkcti~e dl Lfl Cr' ding the Supreme (Thiirt a Fort on leci ~ions by a Senate 'a hconi fl lit? CC .1 mc ndi-ne nI' %pon sored by Senators 'ilics I. FluckIeN. 4Ne~. Nork. and Jesse A. Uciris. 4North ( arolina. are designed to I mu the a' atlabaluy ot abortions. EACH PROVIDES that every jesus is a I 0 circle to corlstitIitoii~i] iIgl4l Jilt [Lit~L2t\% iiuI I. qtt.iI OtL\ Pt tsiticiiE ( crald R Ford '' on record a' i~o!in~ in ,iflicn(Il11tflt thai "oul~I gi;e states he ,m~ti ii I cgulate. ,iIIo~. or turbid Fm non M ik, n a Fort IOu I 'tate NMIC i~iigh t receive support Ironi Right to Like adv Wa le~ it oppOtlCfltS ot ICC ChOlCtt are C~)IlVhflCCd the Hdni~ and Ihickle) amendments will not ,.ork. Lippes Loop, Coil Nullip, and th. new Copper-7 Month of pregnancy sets medical method BETSY DAVID r.dqmonatrotes gentl* suction of vacuum ospirator By KAREN MEYER AIigaise Staff Wde., Kathy boarded a plane bound for New York in 3:30 a.vi. darkness three years ago. She remembers the sun rising as she flew over Virginia with a four month old fetus kkking inside her. AND SHE remembers the gnawing feeling of irony after the abortion as she watched the sun set over Virginia hours later on the way home. Right-to-Ufr~ groups would point up the symbolism, b~t Kathy said she "definitely did the right thing." "IrIliad a kid and was busy with dirty socks and diapers and no chance to go to school, what would I be?" she said, roiling her eyes. KATHY WAS one of thousands of women who flew to New York where liberal abortion laws were in effect three years before the U.S. Supreme Court opened the doors to choice. Today Kathy's abortion would be subject to sonic state regulation since her pregnancy was so far along. Rut during the first three n'onths, the decision is up to the woman and her physician. THE PRICES and procedures are essentially the same. The vacuum aspiration method is used during the first trimester. The 1125 operation generally only requires a local anaesthetic and a recovery period of about an hour. Gainesville Women's Health Center director Betsy David said this includes a postoperative check and counseling before, during and after for both the man and woman. THE SAME operation and brief counseling no single day cost from 1325 to 1175 in Ne~. York in 1970. A Dilation and Curesage U and C). like Kath' had, is perfornied from 12 to IA 'seeks. IIiis inpatient operation usually~ requires a zcneral aiaesthetic. ,.irh cost ranging from From 4 to I h 'ecks an abortion is not medically safe Icr the ~onan because the "ails ot the uterus enlarge and become 'er; thin Miy instrument could easily perf&ate the wall. NOT ONLY does cost increase with advanced pregnancy. but so does the coinpIe zity. The saline injection method, used in the fifth and sixth months, costs around 1500. Amniotic fluid is withdrawn with a large needle and replaced with a saline solution inducing labor, a far more painful and dramatic experience for a woman. DAVID SAID her clink investigates each woman's medical background betre accepting her foe -abortion. *Some women for medical reasons simply shouldn't have iii outpatient operation don.," she said, citing diabetic -an example. The Women's H~alth Center requires a woman be over IS or have parental or guardian's consent, and be less than 12 weeks pregnant. All records are confidential. GROUP, individual and birth control counseling are part of the process of the nonproflt clinic said David. "What we're basically trying to do is make situation that could be traumatic into a growth experience,' she said. Homemade patient gowns, and a recovery room dc-hospitalized with tapestries and paintings are designed to relax patients. David said about 94 petcent of the patients return for their posi-operative checkups two weeks after, the 24 hour hot line answers dozens of reassurance calls daily. THE PROPORTION of married to single ~onen having abortions is about one to four. David said, with ISto 20 per cent ol' the total being black. I)avid didn't have any idea on the local ration of Catholics to non-Catholics, but national data suggests the influence of Catholiosm is not as overpo~teridg a' the (iurchs avowed anti-abortion st:ince The Gainesville center has pertornied over ~) abortions since it, open~w in Mas 974, and else~ here abortions are 'r, he 'ticrease. A Jackson' lIe clinic reported pertorniing more than 2.6~ abortions since June 973. and having a patient volume 10 pci cent up from last year despite the presence of the new tallahassee and Gainesville centers. r

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A) 11 nest SN. o.occic, -a 2231 mpg I2~ In good ccndflcn 3fl-dIdo' 373-COI cit 235 (G-5T fl-fl ~OO ~3. good cooditioc. 3-.eed mutt nil 5I~ colt 3Th10 oft 5 pm 392-65Wduuimg ike day, at far mictiel (G ST-tOP) Voivo. fllQ lids AC, $1650, Negotiate. 3?3~525O kep trying 0 5Y ~ ~1 PERSONAL ninelo, hoord opplicotiocs flaw avolcbl. for unit. collage ronufau. Ufliof Woolen wilk 3 ~s pid ip yours at union ocivitlet desk on third floom or 'igert info M.& {j 5TS~SL F ~r 1 w.lpfone this saturday fo, 0 nOw e. per is ,,ce wl~ icl, you II troosure forever (oh 37,-Cm oIler 6 The Fioida Sooring Associorov, (i-IT-al .P) NC) thing hovel perceived. .xce1A hot I perceived Cod within it, God befo. it. or Cod oft.,' Bohop Wittn (1 161 C) gon poking nowopr onSW 1)1,5 lit An. ~a* 'Ins, to brycat, tigeil, norman & little hull, hourly, doily rnonihjy rates (V i2t-*ol Dnuo Cierk And Il,. Ho' Nuls coming to thePaiFri tSot i7i~,& lothof Jon two 'bows 9 II Tidots $2 in odvonce a! rot or union bos all ice (i41-SQ-c) 9ay community tarvice CCntr gay ran ord *or,,er~ nest iluradoys at 7pm 07 NV( 5 'err info coli ton, at 1,21861 iso,' or toy. at W2-i5~5 (iSAtMiitS A~lVD FROM LC~OON, ~CW OPEN Specioi'rirg in, Erigiusi, l~oir rutting, blow eating for the in look uns., Drop by Coion'oi Plaza 7)6 W I inii Ave 37' 2442 (i 50' SI-pI EARN kAPAtE rnolifi.d instructOrs now class stating mo,' all ages male S female. *o. cog further info coil howard 373 8252 1' 55-pd) O~E YFAP CXC mouuiy} LAB floods harp /.rt oFertionote and intelligent LOH Lorry or 4owi e 377 7 315 nw Art, Dr J ~no& Pecks ~ugby Shirts. Hiking Shori~. trail Shoe, Woolnich Shirts White Stag Spe.do Soltuing Suits Aliens Aquoluc Trail Center 3440W Univ 373Q233 ti f-55p) Wedding vita' Or', SIt 40 p.r 100. bu.wess cords 59 95, rubber stamps. rrogneiuc iugr~s, ofIset prinitno Cliff Hall Prr't'ng 1103 ~* Mo',' (J-FE-56-C) KARATE (ESSQIJS Small classes $20 p.v not, 1215 NW ~th Ave (off 13th 55 Mon rkru Set even,' toO 3'I'l 31 (J-201-W.Pl KARATE UNIFORMS Quality. tleoch.d $24 up (orate Do. f2?5 NW 5* Av. I bik eat of SuIt St Mon Wed-fr' eve 3fl-7131 J 5'-4O-PP Rustic. 84,11%, tondcn, Paris. Wont IC trowel for our weki with fallow siudofift and the o'er study l.cgin-july. d.pwuro-SI350 plod Coil or lAcrilyn 376-7106 or Mc. p3-32I~ oke. SPMo. marc ln~ p-nsaI you sow 'ho -bicycle accident Monday I 4-75 ci 3 IS en fran of ytJLtE l1LCoIl $92 ~2 UROENT (J.51.4O-P) I O~RSEAS JOSS Australic. Eu.a. ~ Ar.,,co Africo Siuden's cli r*efespoa. and occupotiOrit $700 to 5~ vnonihly fispon.' paid. ovoflurne. si#Maing Pr. nfoeunotion TRANSWOI.D OESEAKH CO D.pi 06, POlo. 602. Carte 4'odro CA 9.925 1J41S-PI COW 5 foCiOi hour removed p.-icranily Call Edmund Owy el.cftolog.It ova, ~ yowl *.pO'ieflC Call rn-WI. JFa4t-C~ ____ SERVICES Scubo Class starting Scubo eipmeflt provided, 4 open water diwos. Int.rriotional CetificotIon. Ton Allen (tohost Wild KingdoM) R.~c4rs, Senice. Soles. Raniols.-Allen. Aoijotic Trail Center -* [inn P3-9223 (rn-fT-fl. 0) HYWaIS UPS 'lORE ATTAIN GOMS bY AiDING ANY PIYSICAI A~ MENTAl ASILrTY-STUQYiNG MEAOY ATNLEIIa 373-3059 Donald 0 Pratt CertIfied AMH, rAPS (m-2It-AS.~ pOffSSO~AL TYPIST. Fat, acCurate m.rvic* iBM Salodric Varying low rota Dahivety Slenogophlc rvic ond notary public also Call 462-2,39 (M.ST57 P) DRY TC*TL~AS for spring b.ok diving and romping 'rip Fly by seoplon. fiat,, ~oy West notch 21 25 or 25-29 All scuba Ct1LIiplnent provided Expiate hisfluc Foil Jefferson $1 S vvtth c.tifucot.on $ ISO indude, full scuba coWo ccli S'ubc Dynamics 373-5040 (M.5T-fl.P~ THE MARRIED STUDENT aNItA OffRt FIJIL RANGL Of *LPING SERVC!5. MEDICAL AI'V DAY CAU hEMROM FIFE 2AIIOAJRSEWVCE CALt Sfl-8125 (M-QT 60-C Experienced typist will lype .ini papers. has's or diseilolion F~s, S occurete service of ,eooonabl. rot., Coil 3738423 (0, l0'-53-pj [EARN (ARM! qualifIed instructors new class ste-sung soon oij oge male f.rnol., far 'eq further info toll howard V3-6252 (nub 55.p) 444 444 SERVICES (U ~'O!'~ cloilut%-nlode 'a your wishe, n.sl.rr' ujuunh gowns. 510CM., oiI.rotior g.i'erol sewing *x.r.enced *oinur.ss susan 3fl-~8W (M-fl-4tlOSE R* LEASE U E.g American Soddlobnd Geld '~ pl*o.necr show p6-lU' 4M-51-6~ P) Will type yaw dussesa.uon met,. Repass. mnonuscripis Ek *.p.ancd Post and accurate 1fl4613 (M-5V61 -'I a ye The r~ el, 4it"( y iv SP09 Ro,~neil ~d Al IOPiLi Cu ~J3*2 25~ 4433 I M I 4 itc P' HOUSES OCAQOED [,ttIe rare onck ,nformol *r endly oil tori tIes S from uf s*ol$s-573 posiur. $30 J764?N k* trying M lOT-tOP) dive he bohono, spring brook unlimited our-S neal. a doyc bunk oil *c. S*Cfm5glancus days mo.ZtSpb 'r~ oppeibean, 3924756 (M-5t40-P, Self R.oilzo.uoc Aa4.lonc. A personal -cc' -i .p.r'uuol .nlv.,wt aided b5 yo ct.4g7 chart Donitas Sn-A'S, Aug. rePair Foreign end D.m.s$acs. g.,.nl.d work 0' goed tone Sill a, Mhk.o.216N1 3rdAe frwnIO~,kll7W JM-51-U-P) PERSONAL ~ou ye ,.od our ods on ii. radio s.c our r,.nt.rs on TV sean our ad, .rt lie pomnr.$ Now its U~ 0 yOu Come c Out t',s tottirdoy Oi*I.j *MM'I*flCa fruil'o'd 'he *.hulao,,on of scoring flit. *fl ioilplon.-glid.r Our .aq~.ui.nc.d in tjtuCtOct au1 be pleased a tat. ye. fat or nhIodbcio-y rid this ou'dcv Call 3730W for sch.dul'n o*e. 6 Ike Florida Sowing Anocioihon U-lT-61 -r~ LOST& FOUND flOTOGAAR#RS any cc. intentS in o pilcit co.p Coctod Nil lovait Sn 9259 0*. 6 M.fl-57*) La~ op camos Gold kacalet wuf Ii des'gr Ge. I s.ntn.pol vol -towed Vt. t-4ISO-) ta.W 50 calculate bet ~. TW.A SJ.ot --b-Ge. ke. N. coked, CII N24S3 -SflJP& It-ST-U Fqd.c SET 04 Car teys W.itfy CALL LA&A ma. II-3WMC1 Found paIr .4 inn hIc~ Ia.see In block vinyl cee *1* rutb, bridge bond dwrsdoy r.41.t In tnt near univ l'* 55 Mt far Wand. aS rnut (l-kM.oc~ $25 P.ed. far ,Mvn, of rod and whIt. SoagI. mole lot viciniN .4 .o~ JonQ -Dod. co. togs, no q.A0lOct ccli 5Th '904, 3fl.29fl (1~2z~zp) Kings,. bed c.mplee S-p.c. ba* ace., suie Ttle loni. D.nlng cc.,. chow, living roont suite ?*oce dirsete set Mo*emS.r Twin bad, complete H.ay carpet 9K' 2 $14995 599~50 SI leech $370 54925 Eqs Ins me $1950 1W, OF OTHER REMS CASH OR TERMS FURNITURE CITY Corn., of Ecu Univ St It Si nrc. Fran, the coorlhoa S Wilson Dept Slat. SINCLAIR EATON DOG SCHOOL 9 YEARS EXPERIENCE OBEDIENCE CLASSES TO START JAN 21-JAN22 ALL BREEDS ACCEPTED I POE INPOEMAnON CALL 3764221 IVENINGS 4M4I~5 71~ N. MAIN STREET The Free Movie * J * * * * * S 0 Li V Is Back ngsto ft ft ft ft n ft ft AND -winning role ft ft ft Tiqer Friday At 8:00 pm On Tho Grass By Tho Union * 4 AN Li B Feat tire 'fr sal EVVThING MUST SE SOW GOING OUT F~CW TO MCVI OUR BUSINESS SOME NEW SOME USW nathan Seagufl I Original Score By Nell Diamond Jack Lemmon in his Oscar 4M.44.4 ~ O' -,

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Pog. lb The nd.p.nd.n~ Florldc AIII~cor Thun~oy Jonuory 6 HICKORY SWEET Al Fauout2 E3zea4ut. S,.A1t. an ceSSayt *V Quont~vRj WINN WMi *,0m1 *d~ -Is P1105 BOOS TINES. JAIl. 16 13111 MI. JAIl. 22 $ PACK 12-oz. CANS 39 SAVE 34 C Syrup. ***P 0 laIn Saran Wrai 00* Handi-Wra1 ~0Dog Ration 5'~ 1W 'AmC Softener *9 ....'t9: $129 p ...89c p ...*~. 47c ..liLt $519 *. GM ha PLO Starch. 0-des Dog Meal PUP4CW MC Potatoes. NhlCN C ITYIC &t&IMID Potatoes. 111kM CI LUM Grahams ~; 75c 5$149 -G I '~~: ~ 4 .87' Diapers. 'A' 99' ~,, -~ Puddings.4~~58' *SI'w C~tI. avg. Cake Mixes. '~c 59' -alt,., Spaghetti.4A~; $100 IM*#t, .Aic SAeuII'l Pears.2~z $100 C*CIW 0000 Saltines. (Satin 0000 'CaIne Pastries. Ii 0011 OflthnO *eow*~ I~ Flaky Rolls. SAwS & Odili OA~"G Pecan Twirls. IOUtki SN ciscuil Flour ... IL. 'SOS I 210. 2 5 $100 79' ;.~ 88' ~ 68~ Rice .... uO&A5 WICU Chicken ~gibies rm.tPT. -C .0w~S,0 A4iIk sAtuto Pizza. 1W OWCt~i *MSMOY. 'I -a ,~J. 0' tSa "* 99c Kruncke.s Mw 4 ~Z 'I" Shrimp. *0 CT 1j99 ~ ...hO -.*** ... I iyacy PCI? 1fl*O -' $194 Potatoes ..* sill .2 .2 AL $J00 *0. P.O'S $100 n.e I'k9 .9 no L~ 59c LI .3 leGs I '*53. U WUSA ~Q!yhue ITaM Its, SO. Ill Pr. I.k COO. *.a~J i&~. ?? No 5i. na-u-ma I I tQ~YP~! ITAMM I LI PIG 41121* 0~E" '000 INlU IA" 12 No 35. 1401 N. MAIN ST. 130 N.W. 6&ST 3421 WEST UNIVERSItY AVE. OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M.-7:OOPM HIWAY 441, HIGH SPRINGS BUDWEISER LhLT*A *AN 0Wflt t**ULA. OS SflAV SAW DEODORANT $j29 Id

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CL TI,. Ind.p.nd.n* Mofldo AIt~gocr, Tht.ruIoy January ~&, ~ Fog. '7 cEUClOUS Ouonlty R. ,. rye OlELI STOlES INC Cc#yii0~T h~7, SAVE 11 .LB 1-LB. PKG. rucu NOS flUb. MM. 16 THEU WED. JAN. 22 I W 0 fl0 UboA C.40( F TALMADGE SSANO IRISM 'OS K IJWA OtAD A '5154 PIOZEN WOWS P*flSO WICU Chuck Steak.~. 98c Chicken Franks. ~ 49c Neckbones. 49' Chicken ..49c w BRAND USDA ( HOIC ( SItE ~d MUL I LO*N f LI IOU BANQUET SilO 00 0' MOn PIECES PULP COOKfO~ C NIP b#t,0"r SA~F '0. SaND USOS ("04(5 SIll lull C 75 LBS CUT & 'AKAtPFD FOIL -* Its $149 -K. Round Steak rz'. S $168 Strip Steaks LB Chicken $219 Food A .-.sin PIG snfoto 99c 0 *&AldO 5*40010 ~A~F 10. W b *KAfl Utal CNOICF BIlE TOP SOUND OW Sirloin Steak. 'A,. lO~ WO "*140 USCA OKIIS"OUII OF T-Bone Steaks .. WOS~fl USC. ~"CICI Slit Stew Meat. -... Sliced Bologna ~IS@F SNOULDIK BLADE BOSTON Pork Roast IF SM WHOLE OR 511 &Nt *AL~ Pork Ham. T2~ 69' K 88c Game Hens Veal Patties. flfS~ POlK Spareribs .2 $219 Sausage. SUNHYLANO NOT OK KAILO SOIL 99' Pork Sausage. (On 1*140 98' Dinner Franks. 2., 99c PRO 99' RAN SF0. SUPISBIANO STICK *' SUfl'SEANO WHIPPED EmOKO. witiTi 04 ~NI Shrimp. ..~ $369 Cheese.~ 89' Topping. .2 ~ '1" Grapefruit. .5 A 69' Poll SAG *IjTTRKIO APFO 0 '50)! ta0cI0 POl*SN Sausage. O%( AK *AVIS Franks 27 u ri ......4 ~LI Pt C*ANO IO14~"~~IN C Ii 0050 ... N.fl. "-. .~ $129 Lb $129 'IC. ~tt*CO SUITES MINOr BiSCUitS: JR R!hIIAuK~ Biscuits. !~A~2 43C 4 Peas. 79' Vegetables NAIVI$T SlIM 49c Oranges. IAKYISI 151511 71Mph 89' Oranges. a U run I I VALUE STAMPS I?~, *t5 .IIPES'OOl ASIA ASSOSIlO L*wr Coke 0000 i~4SU *N 32 Na 59. .'At 69' Celery. 'BS' PEAS 01 ?.t' 69' Cream Corn. I SN 051114 8Z69' Gbage. U $ N. I VEIKOW IS iB~ tI.L 2 ~. 79' Onions I .~ TW VALUE STAMPS ?BPEG fASTS 0 SEA Pined., St.k 0000 !E'SU JAN 32 N.59. *. 39c I. ci WIGS $100 ..~ 12' .3 A 33' n-rn TOP VAtS STAMPS 2 Lb PIG rain o SI. P.rch H.k GOOD '"SKi lAN 22 flo dO. 1401 N. MAIN ST. 130 NW. 6th ST. 3421 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M,-7: 00 P.M. HIWAY 441, HIGH SPRINGS MFLARS -nsga.w. V 'I S "-S Sloe IOtlO~A' ~OhJI ON!L)NS OP ~UM I 11AM Bake-a-tata. ... ~IOUIFSR IF ~ Cup Cakes.

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a ~og. ~8 Th. nd.p.nd.n~ Rondo MhIgoor Thund.y January lb. 975 It's soup n sandy -'-S U / ch time at Publix. GOO0 C, )iir LI,; I I I 3Jh' -Y II Al, r IE~ *.v.r* Sd dhj.,.t. .ini ~.a.n Alihal MltyWuy. *frnhl. Mote. Caned. Mimes ... *,.h't tony Sunheem Slum. *u.hs Mon.wew4a MImtC.elers Kid. Ion osti .b'. Octet En Eas jelly 30ems .S. *~ 574 ~; 576 S-.a. .4. A-.t. .~;.rr 93 C.ph.II sCheek1 Chicken Soup M.a.m. O.iI C.ph.h*. Chuuky Beef. 0.0., wI. I.*.I ".64. Premium Saltinos Sprinklelweet. flwr,6.s. 34. *dl Dog Ratio. ..... Beam Sprouts Lin C7 Chn S.fl Vegetahles. U.v fbi .hin Ned. ".d. *utterucetch Morsels. S.~ Wbk. rnn.d Paperlowels. lustuat Breakfast M.hn. C.' Ch.t.I.,. Ch.e. Chips Ahoy W.fh to.,. *.nh.n.d ra. lOt @*4 Label). 4~0g *.x Fabetergent Kind 1 V., Mast. ISO. C" L.bSd) Palmolive Liquid DSdi.s.Jy Sift.,., -. M.~S ltuIIauBeums *0e***~* C.sn.I.t Pept. DaflIm Diapers. Kosher Spears. not Cocoa Mix .. Wt 39. III. 45~ ::' 55' 'tt $515 *~-. 3 "S. 't'45' :i:;' 'in 2.,.SI 67' ~:: 91' ~7 99. A'V $1., 22-as 7 S sIt. t: 39' ~ : '2" 24.0. jar '9. 12.:. *ucunula Cheese ?r~i~ Jam. buy Pizza S.i& Tray. '~ Fe~~.dd*. Fe. Suflarry, A. -Ch.iny Visit Turts .** *. Ill. 34. ft**** Shefliag Paints ~ 'I. 91'* QnRubates USM. I *~-~~t ~ IdubeP.tat.s. I, IO ass. I fl.d. Wbh. -P5.6 Seedless Srepefruit. S U*" I 5w Julep Ul.ld. @rumg.Julce. CrI* loud., .I.u. PSemeems Pip -Oak., ad.f Freahlggpla. Vt. PA: a r A 44 hr $145. "V l~ 39.

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SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEIN GOVT W. r*mnve the tight INSPICTEC HEAVY WESTERN uHF SALE to imat qu.ntiue. Vt' I Sw~ft'a pisel. Pishe SaM 1.1. Sirloin Steak Beef Round Steak C. Swift P.i.u. P.t. Snail ,.d KeyClub Steak WflPfl~*Sj~ Imperial Oven Roast 5w1, *n.sI. Pest. .n.I. .* *.qlisk 'ut **n' Chuck Shoulder Roast. Sw$r. PISeb. Pr.?. .l Pie,. Short Ribs ......* * *roumd Beef with E.V.P. /uiumu I. $159 lb lb lb 89 lb $129 lb OAKeN NrA M I' 79~ ib~9 G00j ~jvieS SpCC1aJ& to 1t7 $I*c .d I' skim ar Genoa Salami .** .UI.r 59~ fi.du* Ni,,h.,-F,.h *akedm.ams *Iwa~s A *teiiy F*y**i*. Bar-B-Owed Fryer. ~ 69' O.licI.us *r.th-M.d. Banana Pudding .':' 39' With assorted fruit toppings -~ K ii I 4 .44) i Pr'c*i Eflec~pv. W.d Noor, Jon I 5th *hu W.d NOOI,, Son 22nd, I9~5 doted Sundays II '4 FumOuxWuttPegst TayIorChablis. l/5.$l.89 Meg. Dawdiug Apple Strawtutyllti Maguisit .,.,.oa.,. Si .g9 Julius kayw Liebcrauilch. I/5.StlB 'I **0S *ill.py l.t a S.,. UvIteSIk Shells. Pesmnum Cheese. C. ~ wa.~, SIH Pickles Ca. WhIImg Cream. *'a (tea. h.d A-.ufltt Sliced American .. Seat. H~-.n ~ahS ~huok Miner. C.flci. Cm. M.nr.dMh ., .1 ;: 29 U. 'I-. pk* II.' in, S., leez" Sips * * C Wiaaa (h.n. -P., Mild Cheddar ....a a Wiseal. 'h. -. S., Liked MeszereIIUa. *k~ I3 a,. 49. I, t% ~-:~ 794> :ss sit, 59' HeA&Bea4A&b O*C'ie 9. Va. ida, St.C a., Eahy Shampoo .* .i.~"d., A ~nd,,i.,, vole!,. I.lan.~. (0,t Hamdlotlon.**' t~ar light, Ca etti. P '.1k.,., *u' It*~ P.L 3,. Ye.tbpeste .a a * 95 K.a *.s.*h F,.& Ia; i**w~* Le~a~'* Meubwah .a a * 756 IL1: 'I this 7-Inch round French style Cheese Cake Sue, each With tasty almond filling, garnished with butter streusel. 1 2-oz asso;td Iruit strip Coffee Cakes each 89~ Regularly 98~ garnished with sliced nuts, this delicious 12 oz Golden Ring Rum Cake each69~ Regularly 72c tasty White Mountain Dinner Rolls doz for 59. Selected mehy Deep. A Gist SaM 1~I SaM Sirloim Stock. L.a. M.fl S fell-Cot mound Steak. Tony b. L.I. RibSteak *l.n$.* I. Uafl .l *l.4. Chuck Roast. teat chock AV* Pot Roast Ivy This .l'cln. ScM Ce-md ". ml ide LOG CABIN COUNTRY $102 lICHEN SYRUP 24-ct h~t $1.12 z~ E d p. 6! QOaliOAi2~&ViM~~ QVQ i.e L FCLGERS INSTANT COFFEE i@-:t. I" sill d I. ~ ~rnw~ i.N.tl.u Fighter Tip Roust C C C P C On. I.' ap-4., CaM Fl.'. Sl~ort Ribs ..*. hansel .k" Beef ferStew. S.j.a~t SaMad Tv.t. laty Potlat C.weIe.d Small Shrimp. S.h.e tv.*. T.fl P. Turbot Fillet *b. $125 sits lblb. lb. 69 lb. i~. lb. lb. 99. r ~r 99 where shopping 'so pleasure WISTOATI SHOPPING CENTEE-W. Ufilversity An. at 34th St. MALL-2630 NW. 13th Street GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CEN1ER-1014N. Main Street MILLHOFMRSNOPPINGCENTER-41 15 NW. 16th Myd. V U C beTh. nd.p.nd.nt Flovido AJIIge.or Thursday Jonuory 1$ 1915 Pop 19

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Peg. 20, Th. nd.p.nd.nt florida Fri C asses sus ended Second. third and fourth period classes ~ II be suspended in 1-riday. Jan. 7. It, atttn~i the Inauguration of U F Prt'sule,,t Robert Q. Mary tnt at II) rn in the I a proIts~or wants, he ma, i n\ht cI.iss be held, hut the 'lea is hr all students. acuity Intl career service cmployt's to attend.' Robert A Hryan. Interim Vice President 'I Academic Aflairs 'aid. Bryan strcs~ed first period classes should not he excused by prolessors, as it is not One the suspended hours Career service en~pIoyes ~.,il he tlIc,~ed to leave their ohs to attend the in atigurat inn Assistant Personnel t itt .iwarc ot any coo Id not ml Wi they ~vtnrcd ii Hi '.1 Ti 'ii itt. tht ph k L)mrector of Fa~an. was not eniployc who rid the event if N.ii(l only those ib~tIimtcIy needed till I~t i eqiiircd it UF obtains rmi't II I Fl N LI IN ,I~L I lit ~IN I III'' IlL '~IiL It;' iNli S ones li.iilt,,i II. *N!i, IlK K piiiItliii~ ttss hi LU> Sr ILIItLti (eIlvct I INI)S .1 Iii! liii iii IL' fliL' iii Ili tuttl I I lit "LII ilic It I Nh Iii. [IL 'I) I He lit lii .1 I I '~ liii cii ILSII It'll, lilt! P .11111 i~~lill lit V lilt iliti I Lii ii I I I lb LI ~tI4 I 111% L "1 liii IL''\ Nil I illS tili t'fll sL'' It' t his Lii lCd 4~oIYO WIG?, ha KARATE CI 'JUNO' -UA .9 Wet t,. A. A do lit Al, IL: iii' 'Ill C iii I 1t2.IL'tS I.' 'I Vt' I 4 4. A 11

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Florida AI1ig~ Thui.do1.Jonvory 36, 191$ p,1 hl~f p.23 INM ~tor K w ~1 Go 'Fish with Barry Melt on I be Fis h is coning' Birrs Melion. former lead guLl ai'~ or C 'wilirs Joe and the lisli ~;,lI be at the Lorgbranch SaFoon or he rev three dis s jn e'cit'n~ show by a (l~tl.in, IL j~erIei 'icr is sure bet his a .ipo~er gi~ br Melton ~hc is on has "av to I lirope br a "inter tour It sicni~ Melton has been around for ages 'ci he is only F \oti should renenbeiMellon a' the funo; one in F resign I heaters film -Zacharuab COUNTRY JOE an'1 he Fish came into being ~vhen Joe Mclhnald and Harry Mekon stand a duo named ouut r' Joe a ml he Fish C; uess ho was the Fish Suppose~il~, Melton is credited for starting the banana peel e~'ntrovers~ Hit Parader magazine said that Melton started the whole banana thing which subsequently rocked he ~mernment all the way to the FDA. Melton is a trip in hin,,elt In Electric KnolAid Acid est I oni Wolfe refers to a lug hand named the Instant Att ion Jug Hind a hand that Country Joe and Melton "crc respil n si Me or founding. It ~oki jont think Mellon hasn't been around take a look at the likes if the company he keeps. Anybody that was a part ol the San Francisco counter culture trip ends up on the list because Milton was the hilarious synthesis of all these people SUCH PEOPLE as Allen Ginsberg who Melton backed up at a reading in a San Francisco park summer before as!, Jerry Garcia, Bob Hunter, John Cippolina, Grace Slick. I)avud Freiberg. etc in other words anybody in an~ way associated ~.iil, the Frisco hippie days ends up on the li~ So. tot a hat ol the nostaglia and a gander at a counter culture historian, nioke your way down to the Longbranch tonight. Friday or Saturday with 51.50 itt your mitten and~ It' yours Ihere will be three performances but once gbronch voure inside you can stay as long as you want. L. Bony Mel Ion rGet I. in the game II you arent the athletic ~pc, hcr&s your ch ante to be recoMnifld as a national champion I he J Wayne Reit, Union ganics area" tipconling illCLIII lWi~ burn ai,,cnt s ill dettrni inc the representative' Iron' I Jl~ br the Asw~iation ol College Unions In lerrut innals ~ACU I) regional turnanenl liii MPER POOL, air hockey. bowling, and loosball CS ellis Ilegi ii Monday i .un 20 a rid .1 re open t I 'F ~t ud en is, still iini haLtalty. Winners ol these esent' will not be eligible lot he region ots. hosteser. less table tennis (men's and wotiwr' s singles nid ii bl~ ,aad ni i ~ed dot, bIn) poe ket bill i aids. I net ii sh toil lialliarcis and sgioker semis aisti begin ~1,,dn to mane itgi.ai~al totarsitnient iepresciltati't% I lie regional tnhariijnucnts also being held it LI 'till be Feb ta through $ According to kill 1% ust. director ol the ~anIe~ iiC~i. regiotial winners will be sent to the national touriiallltnt% at the expense of the ACIJI. il ruF Fest tonight 11w 1975 UF Music Festival will begin tonight with a special performance honoring the inauguration of Dr. Robert 9 Marston as University president. Beethoven Ninth Symphony will be presented by the lJniversitv Symphony Orchestra and Festival Chorus directed bs Peter Herman Adler at 8:30 in the tluiivcrsity Auditorium he same program will be presented again Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. VOCAL SOLISTS will be Veronica Tyler. soprano who recent K lined he LI F faculty. Marvellee (aviag~i. a mezzo-soprano will also solo. John Mc(ollurn. tenor soloist was recently appointed hairman it the SOLOI department at the Unisersity of MiLhigan School t Music. Noel l~ I, baritone soloist was waited by Opera News n,~ainc a' ~,cally ~LI perb. Severin plays Browne F GviIIe Therewill be a surprise in store for you if you happen to stroll into Reef and Bottle next Monday and Tuesday nights. Jan. 20, 22. There will be a young singer on the stage you might or might not have heard cit His name is Severin Browne. Chances are if you were in California sonic where and this manic appeared you would probably know who he was. EVEN THOUGH he is Jackson Brownes brother. dont let this tool you. He is his own singer and songwriter. if you can get a copy ,thas first album this becomes evident. fhe people backing him upon the album testily to this also, such as brother Jackson. [inda Ronstadt, John David Souther, and Sneaky Pete Klelnow Iron, Flyin~ Burruto Brothers. Admission is SI. Apple Tree I hr ~flflIC I! cc three ii musicals Ibi the piitc ol inc ~sall be piesented by the New N irk I theatre (iv. ii' a dinner theatre spt'tisortd bs Pie J Was tie Unit I 'nor Mark I "alp N, l)iur~ of \dnii and F> c. ark N ~p'ekron s r he lad; or lie r vii a Id Jules I-callers Li. iiike 'p a trtal~ delectalile I theit riLdi cntertaiuinlent Till-. IIW4 for Pie \~'~lc lice LC)nics to as troi,, Jeti &ck ~uid Sheldon Harnick. ilk jiithsits of such hats 1-iddlci in the RitE .itd Imu el lo Hick I ote the 'iuicsk. ~hile No nick vintc lie Krics Ii \c~s ~oIk heatre C OIl~lThfl~ S ride up of .t LJSI I ielular Broad~.as -.'1~ blossoms pertormers, Loch and every )tlc dewrving a 'ton in itself I he cast is Martin Ikst nit. Rob C rantors. Jim H ay, Valerie Im Miller. I .~ dii Roberts. Jeffrey Rockwell. and l)enniN Warring. lAd Id Roberts is seen on sci ccii in Pa ranloli n N, lii ni Godfather II. while l)en ni' W an I ng appear' in in [li'ttrians nc~ h released film (It I enny B, t'&c Icon' I he (liruner-IbtaIre production 'ill he ottercil inc ii ight only, Friday. Jar, 24. at I ~ ni St udenh rickets are S4 .50 and liii -Si i;(tcnt tickets are S6.OO. lick us are tirri'ntI~ ii sale at the Uni~t K I I, NT Music begins j 4.

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P.9.20 U. Ind.p.nd.n~ Florid. Fri. classes suspended Second. th ~t and hurth period k I~c~ ill he si~~pendcd on I-ridav. Jan 17. ., WIo~ ~iiiclcit~ and acuity in jtlc rid I iv naugilflt ion ol LI II 'rtfl I en ( Robert C). Mar~tou ii II) ,j in in he r Iori~ia ( II )rt~le%%or ants, he may insist LIJ~ be held, but I he '(ICa s lotall students. faculty and career 'ct-vice cmployc~ lo attend. Robert A Hryan, Interim Vice 'resident Academic Affairs said. Bryan stressed lint period classes should not be excused by professors. as it is not one -of the suspended hours. Carter servicee eniployes will he aIlcwcd to cave their lobs to attend the inauguration Assist ant Director of Personnel tilt Eagan. was not jwarc of any employs who could not attend the even if hey wanted to ii ,I ~ ,, hs~ Put clv needed or hc ih~~i&al irinhtig ol the ci'lI'v isir~ ~ 'Ii bt 'e&~tiircd ti UF obtains dormitories I. 'N F lii IsL.iii~~~ I! 'iiiIqtii~i~ i,~~~it~&h ,~L't~NN ILOIII Ni [diii Punmi tt'lktcL' II INI ~NI)S 0 SL~iI [III. the 'ilL I iI'~LhUhi ~:IrIV iIt~i L2.IL'L ~ ~ I I IlL ( nut ion Ic'~ 'h I I I Ic lii Ninth its itIlOIlCIL has umusi Am-u maroon S ~ A t I

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Florida Aug Ihu.~oy. J.nuory 14, 1975. P Wg. 2? -U 'Fish FORMER ASH Barry Melton stops off at the Lot, Go Get in the game II ~ou arent the athletic type. heres your chance to be recoMnhed as a national champion. I hr i Wayne Heft, Union games area' upcoming ill'ani1Mis tournament 'ill deterni vie the represent ati~ es Iron' Iiior the Association of College [In ions In lernationals (ACU I) regional tournjnicnt Rh MPER POOL, air hocktv. ho~ ling. and loosball ALlis lwgiii Monday Jan 20 and arc open to LJF students. 51.111 md faculty. Winners of these e'cnt' inli Aol be cligiblt tor I he regionals. ho' ever (hess. table tei~iiis Iniet, and '.omcns single' and Iqiuliles .aiid ni~ed troubles ) pocket bill,.ir~Is. three ~iishioti billiards .i,,~1 snooker e'cn:' also hegiti Nlonl.t~ to Inc region a I tournanwn I rep rese n tat i' es I lie egiona too rn .1 tile., is a ho heiiig held a t 'F ill be I-el, 6 through fl At cording to kill Faust. director of the ~auc' irca. region at ~ I nners '. ill be 'ciii to I he naT ,wal lot) iii ant CA I' ii the expense of' the ACUI. r UF begins Fest tonight the 1975 LIIMusic Festival will begin tonight with a special performance honoring the inauguration of Dr. Robert 9. Marston as University president. Beetho'en Ninth Symphony will be presented by the U ii iversit v Symphony Orchestra and Festival Chorus directed k Peter Herman Adler at 8:30 in the University Au~Iitor.um I he same program will be presented again F ridav evening at 8 15 p ni VOCAL SOUSTS '.111 he Veronica Tyler, soprano who retenuly joined the U 1< faculty M arsel lee (ariaga a me,,o.soprano will also solo. john ML(lltj ni. tenor soloist as recently appointed hairni an 4 the ~cal department at the Universty of Nt ich igan School of Music Noel I si, baritone soloist was hailed by Opera News ii ~aine is ~ ocalI~ superb. Severing plays Browne G'viIIe There will be a surprise in store for you if you happen to stroll into Beef and Bottle next Monday and Tuesday nights. Jan. 20, 21. There will be a young singer on the stage you might or I nu~ht not have heard of His name is Severin Browne. Chances are if you were in California some where and this name appeared you would probably know who he was. EVEN THOUGH he is Jackson Brownes brother, don't let this tool you He is his own singer and songwriter. If you can get a copy of his l~rst album this becomes evident. The people backing him up on the album testily to liii als4N. such a, brother Jackson. Linda Ronstadt. John Davi 5iouther. and Sneaky Pete Kietnow from Flyini Burnt ~4rochers. Admission is SI J h blossoms 1 performers, each and e;cry one dew-n ing a st4~r5 in itself I he cast is Martin Ilestimt. Rob Gran lots. Jim I-lay, Valerie los Miller. I sd a Roberts. icttre~ Hoeki. cli. and l)cnns Warning. 'di a lti'herts is seen oil S I Len it, l'jranoutnts film Godfather I I. hUe l)cnn is \Varning appears in I Just in IIoItntns ne~.ls released film p1 lenny llritit 1 cnrn I he din ncr-theatre production ill be uitlcrcl uric night ,nlv. i-rida~ Jan N. at 6 1(1 p ni Student tickets are S4.SU and ron -si miclent I icket, are SC, 00 lick its are uric nil' on sale at the Un ye Ru Ifict ~ppie irea I he .\pple I Ce three ii usicals for the prite if one ~ill be lii esented li~ the Nes. oik I waive ( in dinner theatre sponsoici l's the I. Wp tic Nyu, I non Mark I 'sans flig' of Adam and F ~c iratik H St.'ckitns I he t ads or rho I cci ard Jules I-edict i'isstonell,. iii,' ke up a iruils delectable LLka~2e of thean cal enterta'nrwnt Till-. li)i-X Iii he Xlpk I ice LOIHC PR iroi~ Jr r' 8o4 and Sheldon Ihirnick INC ititlitis I such hits Fiddler r the ~li1LI Fiureilt, Hock tile (he IflusiL 'tile I-li ILk ~t i 'cc the sties, H Nc" 'I 'ik I ~cacre ( onipans is iiiidc up I a ~ai ,t ic~ular Hi-oads~as r Music a I'S S The Inde~wnd with Barry A4elton he F ish is conin~ 8rr~ Meltor former lead guitarist or ( 'tinir' Joe and he Fish "ill be at the Longbranch 5a1114,qi liiihe nc~t three jays an excitii~g shos, by a Isniriqi peilirnier is a sure bet I his it '(op(ser giz br Melton sho is on his "a' to lurope foi a inter titir I see 'ii Melt on H as beer mum! or ages vet he is only U ii should renteniher Melton is the funny one in Iresign I heaters film -Zachari ah COUNTRY JOE and the Fish caine into being s~ her Joe Mt Donald and Barry Melton started a duo named ,ant r' Joe and the I-si,, (mess s.ho was the Fish S uppusedk Melton is credited lot sarlng the banana peel j'nt ro~cr'v H it P-ara~Ier niaganne said that Melton stjrte~l the "hole banana thing ~hieh subsequently rocked the governmentt all the ~ay to the FDA, Metton is a trip in hniselI~ In Electric Kool-Aid Acid I est I in, Wolfe refers to a lUg band named the Instant Act oil Jug Hand, a band that Country Joe and Mellon "crc respon sib Ic for lou tiding If SOLI (font think Melton hasni been around take a look at the likes of the company he keeps. Anybody that "as a part of the San Francisco counter culture trip ends up or the list because Melton was the hilarious synthesis of all these people SUCH PEOPLE as Allen Ginsberg who Melton backed tip at ,i reading in a San Francisco park summer before last Jerry Garcia, Sob Hunter. John Cippolina. Grace Slick. David Freiberg. etc in other words anybody in am "av associated with the 1-risco hippie days ends up on the list So, or a bit of the nostaglia and a gander at a counter culture historian, make your way down to the Longbranch tonight. Friday or Saturday with $1.50 In your mitten and its yours there will be three performances but once gbronch you're inside you can stay as long as you want. _____________________________________________________________________

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tyt~ 9 Jackson work on By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sports Writer rhr(,u~hout Henry Jackson's entire restingng career, the mi-pounder has been associated ~ winning team' arid has been a winner hinmell. iackson'~ Coral City high school team won two Florida State (hanpionships while he placed third and second his junior arid senior years respectively. AT MIAMI DADE Junior College his team had little trouble with their competition and Jackson finished second his first year in the Junior College Nationals and third his second year Since transferring to UF last year. the brawny grappler has lost only once in dual meets and last year won the Southeastern (onterence (SEC) title, qualifying him for the NCAA championships. So it's rio winder the senior Irom Miami has been staying .ttter practice this week to work on some of the 'little things'' that make a winner. "I'M NOT DOING it lot of things like I did last year, so I've been working on straightening theni out. Jackson said. A major reason br the extra work is that the Gator has been plagued by a groin injury this season. It possibly cost him his lint dual meet loss this year since coming to UF. BUT AFTER the Gators' last match (a 29-5 triumph over Alabama) and a 10-0 victory over his opponent. it seems his injury is healing. 11w mulled niuscle is still bothering me a little but shouldn't itfect my wrestling the rest of the year he said. ini lot going to let it.'' UF Wrestle F I that in the Alabama natch Jackson looked like his old self but added hell be even better as the season moves along. SCHNEII)ER, A former UF wrestler and the first Gator to ~in the SEC has been helping Jackson on the "little things this past 'teek. He thinks hightyof his 190-pounder. 'Henrys a natural wrestler. He uses a combination of speed. strength, and balance and that's why he's as good as he is. While Schneider thinks highly of Jackson the same is true about the way Jackson feels about his coach and teammates. "GARY IS VERY knowledgable about wrestling and has been helping me work on the things I kwio* I have to do in order to win.'' he said. 'The team is very close and everyone respects each other," Jackson added. His teammates showed their respect when they elected him co-captain along with Tim Granowitz. the Gators' 142. pounder. The Gators' co-captain hopes someday to coach wrestling. 'My goal is to become a coach and produce a Winner' he said. And if the Jackson tradition continues, he will certainly produce a winner-most likely mote. -by tde UVS HW4RY JACKSON .0 rOre opportunity to relax UF swimmers face Georgia in SEC meet By LOUIS DRANCACCIO Alligator Sports Writer I he (,~ltor ',wini cam will not run away'' with the UF('corgid swim meet this Friday in Gainesville and it should be good iofltt~t. 4sst Swim Coach Pete Orschedt said this ~.rck 'We ~iIl probably fluctuate our lineup and swim people in (I ilitretil e'enrs.' ()rschedt said. THIS TACTIC ~'t using i.inin~en in events they normally In not s'.inl h usually done when one team knows they are a hit stronger than the opposing team. I he (icorgih meet will also give us a chance to look at a lt'~ nc~ people that could not come on our last road trip.' ()rsth cdt s.unl The swimmers last road trip included stops in Tallahassee and Tuscaloosa. Ala., where the Gators dropped their first two dual meets of the season to bring their record to 3-2. It was the first time in six years that the tankmen dropped Iwo meets in a row. "WE WOULD have liked to have won." Orschiedt said of the Florida State and Alabama losses. Orschiedt said despite the losses he does not expect the swimmers to let down. "We have been working the swimmers very hard. We don't intend to let up on them.' he said. One of the swimmers problems, which will probably hurt them all year long, is theirlack of depth. UF lost a lot of good prospects to other schools. Orschiedt said, many of whom had narrowed their choices down to UF and oneother school. hbWE RECRUITED four very good freshmen but we really needed sever, or eight." Orschiedt said. Orsehiedi said with UF~s obvious lack of depth dual meets this year will not always come out in the (jators favor. If we can sacrifice this and swim well in the SEC and NCAA we will be very happy." Orschiedt said. THE GEORGIA MEET, which begins at 3 p.m. will be followed or~ Monday with a dual med against Auburn. Auburn has already beaten UF in the Tulane Relays held in December. Auburn is very strong. They have the best coach in the United States. H~ gets more out of his swimmers than any other coach.' he said. Orsehiedt and many other Gators swimmers know the Auburn coach well. Eddie Reese, the coach, left UF where he was an assistant coach, for the head coaching job at Auburn in 1972. Coqj's 0 Restasruit Motel a Lounge (3ourmet Fresh Seafoods Snapper Lobster '~-,--'~ Scallops Crab Claws Mullet Shrimp 'Trout Rock Shrimp In Unxeploited Areas Stone Crab Claws Private Parties Ewerythibg Prepared Fresh For You bock of the Colleqe Inn On Fobruoty 28. time runs out for you to enroll in the 2-year Air Force ROTC Program on this campus. And here's what you'll be missing: $100 a month, tax-f ree, during your junior and senior years. the chance to win a full Air Force scholarship (including tuition, Iabfees, the works). ma challenging job as an Air Force officer upon graduation. plus ma future where the sky is no limit. Contact AIR FoRCE ROTC DI?, 150 at 3923365 (Available only having at least graduation.) to 2 college juniors academic years or students left before PUT IT ALL TOGETHER IN AiR FOACE ROTC wins "Iittk with things rig Coach Gary Schneider Saic The Independent Florida Alligator SRORTS N I t I. I. 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get fifty percent off the U eof U item any at he ng American hop ntowfl. Thg V.a. ng Aer.coSr ~ ;cs c. es N er~ T9,. Ind.p.nd.nt flojdc Aihigotor Thursday. January 34. 75. Pa;. 23 All roads lb PAl A liii or Mt (iRA I H Spurts Writer I Editors Nale: This is 'he rail or a t'.o part sea-let on "hat an Alligator sports srlter Pat McGrath found I~ NC,4 Orleans during the Super Ilottid 10:45 P.M. SATURDAY -Nc's Orleans during Super Ho~~ I cek .'as a ii ass i'e sea 4 humanit~ lnsanit~ pre' ailed as most everyone had tina to ~et a little skater tinder the belt. All the uproarious characteristics of pro toothall stadIum (obnoxious shouting, beer gunling. Ilorsonal verbal abuse toward the opposition) took over the Mardi-Gras playground. The Minnesota people. by that time, numbered the sane as their Pittsburgh counterparts, hut sonic seemed to he in awe of the whole situation. 'This is our third stop. baby.' noted a man from Bloomington who was dressed as a Viking complete with purple horns, beard, and sword tied to the belt, Those kIds iro,', Pittsburgh are going to choke. As the hours raced by. we continued to see Steelu people adorned in way nut clothes and saying way out things. One 'han standing outside lorint lithS Ore U ~old led to game I cOld iii SI celci iccak 'r, tiw side a lashing police cii st~ Ic red ihc~ ~ard lien ,askL'd In 'N ou\e got to get into the spit it it his hiw.'' no' her Pit' slw r~he,' it, gold hardl,~,i 's ith the ~,ccon, pain in g decal sc earned. 'Brad (irant ard UI;sses S couldiii lielti the Vaking~ (irit of this me". And oi' into the lIght It eni. The Irce-t1o~ ing fun 5311CC continued so flo's bite the da,.n as the nlass,'e throng "as tired ~. tb ~stacy at the thought of Ihe Game ,,o~. being merely hours away. 12:30 P.M. -Mode it to fulane Stadium and decided to locate outside of it and observe the flow at' spectators. Interesting personalities were the order of the day. Ironi upper-class oil executives to everyday free-loaders. Three of the latter whom we met were attempting a 'i rind-thecountry escapade with no money. While listening In their tales of siphoned gas tanks and unpaid meal cheeks. I came upon the inkling that the Super Bowl thing was where its at lbr every social class in the country. From aristocrats to those three characters. all roads, this day. led to New Orleans. 2:15-5:17 P.M. -An is until 42 'err' lot he p ,'atltrti ~ h~d "in I lie \'ikinr~s m~ icr. ~Vmntc; Iii, the hird time ~.rid. 'Mtasbc nest sell Roorics '0w houdit the Steelers a,, I ~fl2 or $2.5{E. end tired tot, i decades ot tirtilin' ~r,,d ii", the chan,gtoiishi1, as hi~ ,tid PittI he Siceler latis. ot Ii, .1 II ptcal d is~~lav ol v arnith olid itlecttori. said. 'liws desenc it more than I. ,sere ~;ared tin, iheir ci isploys of emotion. France Harris Italian Arm~ exhorted their zenetal's record I aids ~ th ti,. endless cry. Franco! Eran~,! Franco! One lady broke into tears of joy. I cant believe it.' %he sobbed. 'The Super Boyd. its ours' Fi,,unions 1C1C Ivi~ed on the V ikinM side, too. Some cried. Other. shrugged inditlerently. Sonic tatis feared that this was the Vikes last shot for ~ long time. They have quite a tew old players and the irustrotion ol three ones nuty be too much. A!, defensive tackle Alan Page put it. There were sonic guys out there who didn't want to win bad enough. 9 30 P.M. -All good things fliust Conic in in cud. What a rip (iood-h'ye New Orleans. Isiok Ior~& .i 'A ti seeing YOU zrgain RU Em aliens gatur El (clip and save for takt RED VELVET LOUNGE 2ii SW. ~0. Ar. Cm C,., Pic 'Jo! ______ Inc aides I. lute torn ate and mayonai,5 lurker Whale BassO Roast S.t US Choice) Corn Beef Ham LIEU Salami ( Genoa) Pastrail Turn So~nd Bologna SI. I iviWijFtt Cheese Swist. 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Fog. 24. II,. ind.p.nd.r.t Floddo AIIugaor Thur4oy Jonuory 16 975 Auburn UF si S ack It IcflhITflIctI L'ilL~ ii I fl~.t)2iL~ hi I ike a k~redt Ilidgian tutjII~ bitt], t~~ih ~ dab hfl tiishelitI. WELL, AUBURN'S fddie Johnwr fuses, ~orkcI hi~ own special kind AIie~ Monday night Johnson exposes of 'fie his *li(Iltnce SO tile' the flUil I thOUafl(i ol magic Ii Alligator A rid because of lb is. the Gators seemed to Ii -w a-.AUBURN GUARD EDOIE JOHNS' thrives on pressure and abt r THERE S MOE ro SEE WITH r CABLE IV ntL, A wIdt,,,r '1innr' tip' N iws N9w york FM stators on I \ (rlorn.hs md ~ FM ~fld 4 AM dons on 9w FM bard UNIVUS~TY CITY TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC. 522 N. MAIN ST h ~ SAMSON mimi leers Iie~I)) /wopI4~ St4 MSON :108 Itch: DLII duei 3')21(11)8 d general' RICK ADELIYIAN 'an shed 26 poi lii S the "hole I roni the still earls SEC F-ddie the SR' leading But he did much more second hall title race. scorer last year, poured in than score. I-Ic controlled 'OW Icrnporaril~ WHEN THAT WHISTLE bIei~. Eddie began running and scoring and stealing halls and running and running and rtinnin~ Bob fUse; orite the worlds fastest hunian. wo~jld ha'c beer proud. The (,ators found theniselve~ playing catch-up. Mainly it "a' catch up to Fast Eddie Johnson looked like he invented the fast break, especially the "as iuddk man should handle the break situation. At time'. Johnson dribbled faster than the Gators ran DEFENSIVELY. Johnson was ah'ays moving and frequent}v getting his hands on the ball. Either he would steal it to create his own break. or knock the ball loose to disrupt the tiator;' continuity. And evervtime 1ohn~on made a good play, he'd let every human being in the ABcs know it. A wide grin ~mtld spread across his face as he shook his fit towards the stands. When one Gator fan verbally abused Johnson. vho was standing at halfcourt. he calmly extended his right middle linger and pressed his hand to his head it~ an ellort' to hide his gesture BY THE ENI) of the evening. Johnson had more than 5.~X) enemies He had uolated a sacred law li~ou shalt not ~iake gesture to, crowd .ind get away with it Fhats the most amazing part oflohnson's game. [he man actually thrives ('fl pressure and abuse. I he more, the better. [he louder the shouting. the better he shoots. Not many athletes can make that claim. Only one in many II tell 'on that they love being hated. R)R THIS REASON alone. Johnson is unique. But more importantly. Johnson may have exposed the Gators weakest -~ -, point Johnson is a leader auburn rallied around him-and as of ~et .i qake charge guy has not emerged front the Gator ON ranks. SO the Gators don't need .i m agieian-~nly a leader. r L -iPK "The Original Rugby Jersey" On Sale Rn goc Now 15.95 100 percent cotton ~r,.y cut big *t'r. long -Avaliable in 20 dkff. '@1 combinations and all sizes You cant bn* .Rugty Shirt to? warm??,. ~yiC, and Rd around comfort' uAPQeii 9 S Apsis + Tn Cuss,, he. 3446W. lId,. A,. 1734231 UshL 19.71g. 94 /1 W 375.09' Sigma Kappa Sorority is having OPEN RUSH All Uof F women are invited to come by the house and meet us. Sat. Jan. 18 For more information HEY SOPHOMORES! DID You Room 107 1 :00-5:00 372-1212 call KNOW: eTher. is a two-year Leadership Development Program in ARMY ROTC just for you? *You receive $100 a month during your junior and senior years? cA Second Lieutenants stoning salary is about $10,000 p.r year? WHAT DOES IT COST YOU? A phone call or visit with LTC John Carlin, Van Fine Hall 'I: N 392-1395



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The Independent Florid L Puolished by Campus Communcotions inc Go'nusv'lI. Florida Not ofihciolly OSW otaed ws 0h the Unvr yo F ado Tiii IISI)M j-N b 9 V l. 67 N O. Book price hikes average 8 per cent By RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer led hook prices hi ve lunmped as much as IS per tent this scar. according to Sani Uctzen. mianaigcr of the ( ampus Shop and Bookstore I he average increase. G tien s~iid, is about X per cent "PRICES HAVE been rising all year but is tniiined1 itnca ses im in lollh a HiiRa rd iesdlay and "THREE to specific lookss" he sai rprimtings tost more because it the toy t o paper, binder's board n L duc report cd 'elte 'Ainh' A nderson book manager. jul he receisedl I Schaumx Outlines" Wedii red so eral price imecrca ses HAVE gone up SI .pice, three t lour 'I hers rcreasol Mi cents each and sonic have i ntrtascl 2S cent'." he said. Atourmting lor these iicreaisrs. he uted libtr's desire for imireasedl wage' and increases im pa per toss which .1re "directly elated to pilluion ciitrtol iicastirs iequired III iptpt mtiijfiactujrtrs Ironicall. there have been lewer comn inmts about hook ices mi CtfpliuMiOf to he last two quarter'. accordingg to Arders&,n. "MAYBE STUDENTS are grimnng and livarmig it. but I k ni. eseryorie is unhappy iboil lhe situiitioni. lie said litIL lS nil dtns of the ecoiii'inii siuiation iwe alii itfecting the number of Andlcrson siud publishers ire not bringing Ou! iS m1.015 iiisiuiis and editions as in liiohis inm's "Wui to the econoriiy "TI! EY ARE. pickrw nit the lbesi ones and iuitliig mhtrc mlues unto printing these ciditi.,us." lh sait. I'i of libert Volit. ph SIiia science iltpirrment prilessoi who teach' the Nutuiral Rte eiois course ((PS J35). has 'I'ppul rcqtiiriu his students to purchase P hysiovraiphs oft he I mied States. because a w,. enlarged edition "a' published Ihe publishers increased the price of the icn edit 'on Ironm 12 to St 7 95 so the physical science dleparinment decided to purchase se; eral copies and pui them on reserve instead *if making the students buy it." le said. lILT HE ADDED ninny of the students took the initiative to purchase the cheaper. older edition copies left in the bookstore Irom, he pren ou, quarter Florida Bookstore reported more price miceases than any of the either bookstores. lDavid Baiuldree, manager., aid there have been more price changes t his quarter than Iny other quarter 'ABOUT 30-40 per cent of the testhooks arc inuireasced as much as 10 per tent." he Sdid. I here have not been any direct compl~amnts, hr sat'd, heciuse most students are buying the htsoks for the first time and don't kno& what they cost before the nereases. l.aplaiming that intreased paper costs are paril rt51ponsible for the price increases. Hauldirce also said the hooks publishers might be hedging against possie future price tree/cs MALONE'S Bookstore manager Bill /carah said the prices of sonic hocks have gOne up hut he can't name the specific books. "I can tell sonmc have gone up hut it is no muort than t hey h ave been increasing .tll sear" he reported Alt h ugh iceV hook price' generally are in cteasl rg, it hia'n t aic!ed Litte Professor hi itkst ore, w h ih sells general books but not texts ACCORDING to Viola Giocring. ow ncr iii the bookstore, the first week of winter quarter was largest' of any quarter since they opened im (janesville three years ago. ~ But she increasing said book prices have been slowly in the last six months. "Sonic books go up between the cents to 10 cents in, each order. she said. photo by ondy newman Ups an d own s The world's biggest bonana? Although it moy appealing -and certainly appears fruity strange apparatus these students ore frolicking on tact part of their coursework. For on expionotion more pictures, look the is in and see page seven. For Emma and others --abortion is a way out By JACkIll HARI)ER Alligalor Ccrrenpondent EDulT4)H NOTE: Tno learn ago next Thurnday, the U.S. Supreme Court effetIvely Inmslidated state. lnseagaInst abortlon,.gp1,ng esern American '.oman the right te ha. a legal abortion. Tod.y The AllIgator itcsaminen the abortion comntro,.ru, by reporting the statu. of abotlon-amd anti. abortlon-egslatioit, ataibable methods of termInatIng pregneney, and the upsurge of the sntl-aboullon mtotenent. We begin with the ston id E~mma the result @1f IntensIve ludnlns .Ith fosr women about their nnhmn prndkcant of being peqsaut. Although oh. lndIvIdusl cIrcumstances diffmrd In ime and plane. Emma -s a compelite of (line four wonun, aceuratelb deedhies the enpeience of undergoiti a legal abeoqibn. lrht imatn diflerenec lbctwcen Etna and most of the .nther girl' on caimptas as that Emimi "is prcgnaint. Sib or eight 'secks. the doctor .it i le iinrinar told her. Sa lrucnd so stiecmtihl rut it. "What a bummer. What an mercd ibit' I'mmier." A BLIhtMER, but nt't tot ill utsearetsed She it Iidtl list clues a tcew weeks ago. whlen, her huils began telling her something was isrong inside. Oni nous symptoms, like tlalseai eC'ry day and all day Ic tg. and selling. tender breasts that hurt when she slept on her side. Aind no period. But it "as still a shock. There is no such thing is being halfway pregnant. She didn't Cr' until later. Her boy friend Pete "as upset. It was hiis iirst' too. Ironic wo discover his physical powencs and his titter helplessness at the same ime. There was nothing he could do for lEmtmi except stand b,' her and leave her to take this incredible trip alone. SHE'S IA. rinimrried and want, to stay that w.a' for iwhbile. In the old days girls got pre.nanr and had to get married. Not nuo,. And not Enmmt. "n'.inn of mfl friends had to get married. outside of hating kids. they'll ne'er amuount to thing. Ihey'e so limited. I can't accept getting married so s'uing. It just ruins so m11 ns things. "Besides. I don': think I could be in a miaritul. moioganmou' relationship and hate theL person thro' mn ni face. 'Gtddammnit. I had to muarr' smi. I don 'I "ant to' rut mii'self mi that sit uat ion. "I WANT a career more than anything itm into rip edreer. io school and domng all the thing' I tan do as in md idual "I don't want the rcesponsiilts ol thinking for a little person, It would he the most tinfeast hie situ at on poussi ble Words like adult tess, had little iihore didn't hurt. But murderer' "PERSONALLY, I didn't see anyihmng wrong with it. I don't think of an embryo as a person. I dion'? consider it murder at all. "Abortion was really mi' only alternative I-or all partie% Concerned, it t'as the best alternative. For Pfle. it "as a problem arnd it had to he taken care of It "as like a disease that had to be cured. Eight weeks pregnant and faced with an undeniable responsibilit' for her own life and tor that growmg. di' idinM blob ol cells inside her. "I DECIDED abortion was the only alternative" Recalling an article in the Gainessiile Sun about the abortion clinic at the Gainesville Wonmens Health Center. 'he and Pete went to the to" green biding opposite Alachus General Hospital. The clinic is like no ordinar' doctor's ottiec. The blue shag carpet matches the Ion,. ceall conmtoriahle dtnimu chairs and touches A stereo mcned to W(,VI sits on white par sons C ables PaintmIgs Il women hang on the white "alls ANDI THE door keeps opening Icr girls lust like [nmma "I was a little embarrassed and 'cared at first. It's not oneo hosee thmnys you advertise. I went up to the desk and whispered, "I'm here to have an abortion. rhe gangly. red-hatred woman behind the desk wasn't embarrassed. And better. there wa. no accusation in her eyes. Matter ol faetly, she asked if pregnancy had been conuirmued and when her last menstrual period "asSATiSIEI THE pregnancy was early enough to be handled by the vacuum aspirator procedure at the clinik, she made Emmna an appoininuent for iihe ncnt Wednesday at II am. In five minutes. Emma was 'but the door with a blue pamphlet filled with pre-procedure instructions. Eat nothing after 8 pam. the tuisht before the procedure.The next morning. eat a light nurishing breakfast. 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Pag. 2. 1Th. indenden* florD. Ailigalor, Thursdoy Jonuory 16. 197$ lmnnunim niliinig hlnsni nnrgigiilililllngnuu lIIIlllln'nNI Ford: U.S. r~ I F)l Soviet '" ':g, (*~ ~ K -4 V. i rejection MoSCoW (UPI) -The Soviet rejection af the U.S. Trade lill will disrupt R ussian-Amierican trade and may scuttle umiorc thin two 'cars of delicate negotiations to make trade a k4ire rofn delete ibetween the two superpowers. Western Ii1plllmat, siid Wednesday. "I li i lakes is hack to '972," one diplomat said. "All is not lust hut it looks is though we are goimg to have to start Ironi \ spkernmti Aimerican hiress peratimg in the So'iet Ii i iim lhe FRissiains imi retuse 1i ilow anm mr,,r 1: 5 timi ii ii, el ati mi t cturitt slowmig dlown trade A not good 'I ECoNM 'A hinders detente oftrees may row pull out. The Soviet decision refusing to accept a provision requiring speeded up emigration of disaffected immiorities-partiularly Jews-in exchange for trade preferences mn the United States puts the issue hack where it was on Oct. IS, 1972, when the trade agreement u.as signed by the two nations. The So'iet note disclosed by Secrerary of Stane Hcnry A Kissmnger did not abrogate the I9 agtreenent, timder iLrh I American comnp .mfies h ,i been a cered 'ted ito 4perate m Mosivn But the Smiets said 1he agreement stilI not be pt tit. ettect because ol the emigiliton cLhimsc whnch ii calk I "diisrimmat)tors state of union 7] Your C .i.Your C Little Larrysk ja (DINNER) soeckl hoice W/2 hoice W/3 Vegetables Vegetables $1 49 $1 69 BR EAD ED V EA L ST EAK 4 BAR-B-QUE BEEF DEVILED CR AB oz. BURGER STEAK BEEF ST EW RN 1I(MS OkiRI RViilI-its RIl \I 5 \I \I) (Lt i W\ OR RN \It V \l \ Pregnant or think you are? Call THE STORE for pregnancy testing, abortion ref erral or post-abortion counseling 378-1588 1128 S.W. 1st. Ave. HOW TO GET THE SUNDAY NEW YORK TIMES ON SUNDAY Now you can receive America's most prestigious Sunday newspaper, the New York Times, delivered to your home the some day it's published. No more waiting until the middle of the week for these famous Time.' features: Arts and Leisure, Business and Finance. Travel and Resorts, Sports, Book Review, Magozine. and OP-ED Section. Stop waiting .get Tie on Sunday. "oraton your Coil Sunday New York 'oday for moe. in3738888 Not Affullad wilk @.inui. Sun WV Sl-IM(, 10N4II -President f-uid isked ( ngress \Wednesday lir motie tRs emt tO cma ittessmnnlor hei friau; rawe take tc! osth' -esenl t the 'is, of miakmw ilation wore multst 'a' to o(u that the state ii the Llmilc i riot ~ood -ord told a joint session of the I-ouse and the Senate. speaking dloomil in the chamberi hereI he ser' ed for a quarter o l centuip HE SET aside his ant i-ilin op rogranl to conccentritC cw, ending the co,'nlri N dependence on I reight oil bK 1485 and to coe unib the 'orgt economic downturn since the HeI proposed ilO billion of ncw taxes on oil and natural eas and $22.5 billion of permanent cut in income taxes paid by individuals and corporations. His advisers said the fuel lax would add substantially to ilation. THE I)EMOCRATIC-controlled 94th Congress ap,lauded little and ieniocrats attacked Ford's ideas as likely to enhance inflation and hurt the pogor. Many said rationing fuel would be less painful and more lair. Senate Democratic Whip Robert C. Byrd. W. Va-. called Ford's plan a "surrender to inflation." Sen. William Proxmire, 1)-Wis., said. "it won't work and it won't get the support of Congress." THERE WERE reports thai the departure of Treasury Secretary William E. Simon -a longtime advocate of driving down tuel consumption by driving up its price was imminent, but Simon's office denied it He wanted cuts in government spending even deeper than those Ford proposed. Ford's economic coordinator. L. William Seidman, said the President's proposal for energy excise taxes would add 2 per cent to the Consumer Nrice Index int this and subsequent years I Ii, *~' *' I .5' --/ALLAN J GENGLER Capsule on diss identfs WASHING I (IN (UPI) -Director Wilham, F. t tlhs ackno" edged Wednesday that the (CIA maintained tiles or, IO,(XX) American dissidents, and also conducted surveillaince tn wo U. S. cities to abort reported plot to kill Vice IPresident Spiro Agnew. Colby's acknowledgmienlt came in a 45-page report to the *mitelligence subcommittee of the Senate Appropriatimrs Conmmittee, It also detailed other apparently illegal doniestic activities. However, Colby denied news reports that the agency hod engaged in massive illegal activities in violation of its 144 -charter which prohibits domestic intelligence. "Any institution would be hard put to avoid some wrong steps,. he told the subcommittee. "But any steps over the int. in CIA's 27-year history were few an tar between and if wrong. stemmed from a nisconception of the extent of CIAs authority .Sen. John 0. Pastore. 1D-R., angrily declared after tle session that Colby's testimony showed there had heen, "serious abuses .beyond the statutory charter oftthe (IA. Ford to drop Simon WASHINGTON (UPI) -White House officials indicated Wednesday President Ford had decided to drop Willham imion a' I reasury secretary. but a spokesman said Srmiuc h .1d no iention of resigning. White House sources told U P1 that Simon had lost tilt is tine of Ford's cha ei economic advisors when the Preslden ignored his counsel and abandoned efforts to fight iiti and balance the budget in Ia'or of concentrating mn thlL nai itOt S CCeSsi('f \ swkcsmn lot .Simniti said cmphaticalb ihiilh \etuetjrs ha no intention ol resigtring u n't lezivt a ship Itisi because wit: rim mii 'itoim whikhci li Ih lrcasiii sptkesman said

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fl,* ind.p.nder,~Acvd. AlIg$.v. Thwrsday, January 14. I97S,Pog. 3 CIA prober defends the practice of secrecy T HE 10 IWEST YEIO NOW OU R VE RY BEST OU R MOST E LEGANT DESIGN AESAHDT NEW L OW S. AN D H UNDR EDS OF PA IR S STILL M UST BE SOL D A T NEW INCR EDIBL E R EDUCTIONS. NA TURAl COMFORtS WERE 53Q KIMELS WERE 534 to '51 W ER E 17 to 539 CAPR BFPRS W E RE ~26 P 1 ATiF ORA' HLJ A PA CIIFS W ERE S2O to NOW $1 5 NOW 515 to 523 NOW $20 35 M 3to 1 6.90 NOW By STUART EMMRICH Allgator Staff Writer A member of the presidential (IA in'estigatmig cOnmmisslOn. Former U S. Solicitor Gen,. Era inGCrisw.old defended at UF Wednesday the inherent secrecy" ot the CIA. bun added the commission '.as going to thoroughly investigate any areas of domestic surveillance the agency may have been involved in. Griswold, at UF's College of Law as a Distinguished Professor, said the commission was instructed by President Gerald Ford "to examine any domestic operations the CIA may have engaged in and to make any recommendations it feels necessary." THE CIA is ferlbidden by its 1947 charter to involve itself in domestic spying and Griswold said the commission was going to determined if the charter was violated. "e added the task might be difficult because the CIA is "a complex organization involving a large number of individuals. We can't be expected to walk around the place wtth a magnifying glass." He said, however, that the commission would "follow up any lead or problem we hear about. We want to learn as much as we ean."' ALTHOUGH Criswold said any domestic spying by the CIA should not be going on, he defneded the necessity of the agency existing for foreign operations. "There must be a CIA." he said, "and it has to operate in secrecy. We live in a world of niany nations that have intelligence operations. We cannot go around with blinders on "Often the only things we know about a country is what we find out through the CIA. Most of their work is done by reading HE EPAIED, howevr that the agency must be "under effective citizen control' but refused to say whether chat control should conic from the President or Congress. "That's onc ot the things the commission is going to look into.' he explained. rhe commission's investigating powers only reter to domestic operations. Griswold said the, A il not look into the foreign activities of the CIA. GRISWOLD SAID the commhissrnn would report to the .Justice tDepartment. whose duty it "ill be to carry out any recommendations. here are no penalties stated for persons who may have violated the CIA charter and Griswold said this is one of the areas the tonmnission might look into Griswold said the commission hearings would 'necessar ly he private" because of the confidential nature of sonic of the testimony being given. "THE OPERATION is inherently seered. If you report to too large a group then it won't bekept secret," he said. Answeringcharges Ironsome government officials that the investigation of the CIA ight hamper the agency's operations. Griswold said. 'if they are doing somethmng illegal then it .'ught to be hampered." Griswold said he thought the investigation would ultimately benefit the agency and "help the morale of the CIA's enmploycs. PRtFESSCR ERWIN GNISWaLD .member of Investigating Commission Revenue loss forces city budget cut The City of Gamnesville will start trimming more than 5400.000 off this year's budget beginning next week because of revenue loss. The $4O4,O00 deficit was caused by lower tax reveroes and higher fuel adjustment charges. Gainesville City Manager B. Harold Farmer told City Commissioners at this week's meeting. THE 5404,000 loss represents approximately three per cent of the 514 million city budget. Farmer said. 'Our budget is so tight that certain programs will have to be cut into to make up tor the losses." Farmer said. Farmer wouldn't say which programs would be cut. He will report to the com,mission next Monday with his a recoinmiendation. FARMER 'TOLD commissioners the deficit was caused by three main problems' The luel adjustment charge oil companies have had to assess the city for providing oil to the Regional Utilities Board. The ID per cent utilities tax, which the City of Gainesville charges on utility bills, has also decreased because electric consumption has fallen. The 10 per cent ad valorem tax, which equals 10 cents for each 110 of property tax evaluation has also decreased. D -8 M-F SAT. 10-S A TH E SKI LOOK Req. $40.00 -Now $28.95 jLight weight blue denim quilted jacket with a hiue \ down lining for maximum retention of -warmth. Periodctafr around town. camping, --v and skiing. L9 -Aqusike A la iiriis .-. MRecm.i? Is4t 97 r'3 W. .02Wf 029 W. Univ. Ave. OPEN,

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Pag.'A Th.Independen*orda Ailigoor Thurndoy Januory '6, 1975 PAID FOR A T USUAL ADVERTISING RATES II H A T ISSTII)IT~i GO! IRXMENAT. U Student Government is, first and foremost, students. That's right, STUDENTS, tust like you. That means there are going to be o few differences from the usual concept of''government'' nght off the bot You won'tfmnd your elected student officials in a for off capital "representing you and learning your needs and problems by phone. No, they'll bernght next to you im lineafthe Hub; they'll be sitting right behind you n on overcrowded classroom, and, well, you get the picture. Next it should be emphasized that Student Government does hove an office, or meeting and planning area. This is on the third Iloor of the Reitz Union -you know -that big building with the pool tablesoand the bowling alley. If you can get to the third floor you can't miss the office. If you do miss it, the phone number is 392-1665. Now what does this group of studentsoaccomplish -really? For starters, each year Student Government allocat es three to jour HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL.LARS in your direction. Those dollars fund the Accent speakers program, intramural athletics, the Block Student Union, the Environmental Action Group, Samson. and the list goes on and on. These students also handle special projects in th, student's interest, such as student lobbies in Tallahassee, the SG Office of Consumer Affairs (which will be putting out the student Consumer Guide in February) and the off-campus roommate referral service. Students looking out for student interests. And then there are the little things Student Government does that you don't really think much about. Things like course schedules that indicate who the instructors will be for each section in advance. Or the one or two dollars you save by seeing big name entertainment at SG concerts. And do you want to know something else that Student Government is -really? Mistakes. Sure, SG people make mistakes: doesn't everyone? But they're students just like you, remember? Not mystical names that just appear on campaign posters in the spring and then vanish io the editorial pages of the Alligator. STUDENTS. But the mistakes don't happen all thot often. Theresa whole lot more done right than wrong. And the last thing that Student Government is -really -is two or more pois of view If you don't think SG is representative of most 0f the students on campus, come to a student senate meeting sometime. So now you should have a general understanding of what SG is. If you have any doubts or questions, or if you'd tike to help out, come up to the office. You know now where it's at. NEXT WEEK: "money money money -the SG NO MINIMUM on Toll Discount Program Apparently there hos been some misunderstanding concerning the Student Government Turnpike Toll Discount Program. There is no minimum toll chorge required to participate in the program. Approximately 100 students are now participating in the program but more ore needed to realize full savings potential. If you are ierested call or come by the Treasurer s office, 310 J. Wayne Heitz Union. 392-1623. CREDIT UNION ANNOUNCES DIVIDEND The student credit union has announced a dividend on its shores The amount of the dividend for member shores is 6 percent in 1974 Students interested in establishing on account or obtainmg a loan should contact the credit union at 392-1622 or come to room 310 in the Union $G BUC2GET REQUESTS Any student organization wishing a Student Government budget for fiscal 1975.76 must submit their budget request by January 22. Budget requests may be submitted to the Treasurer's office, room 310 in the Union It you need assistance in compiling your budget, come by Treasurer Greg Sherman s office Monday thr. Friday, January 6.2!, 1 30-4:30. SG COMMITTEE OPENINGS Applications ore now being token in the Student Government office. 305 JWRU for the following SG openings Activity and Service Fee Allocation Committee members Student delegate to the University Senate Distinquished Professor Selection Committee members Cha4r STUDENT INFORMATION BOOTH OPEN The information booth across from the Hub is open third through sixth periods doily, and has on-the-spot information for all your needs. The booth is sponsored by Student Government and operated by Alpha Ph, Omega, BOOK EXCHANGE STILLOPEN The book exchange will be open todoy from 1.00-4 00-. Students may buy books, leave books to be sold and pick up unsold books. Checks for books sold this quarter wil be mailed out mn about bw eeks Boos no sodthis quarter Your book exchange s locatedinr room 337 or the J Wayne Reitz Union WEEKLY DEADLINES A nyone desiring to submit motersal for insertion in the SG WEEKLY should he their copy in the SG Corm muriotions office on the preceding Fhrda s pm for it to appear in Thusdy s ligator NAUCINAL ONGANIZATlON POR WOMEN Consciousness raising groups of eight to ten people are now being formed. This is a workshop on the meaning of being a man or woman in a sexist Society. The topic for the next meeting will be '"Women in Prisons.' There wiNl be a panel on work-release; including a prisoner from Lowell, a former prison guard, the head at Lowel's counseling program and two graduate students currently counseling at Lowell Meeting time -open to the public will thursday, January 23, 7.30 pm' at 1402 W. University Avenue Plans ore underwa anthology of writing oJma. i rst e .--STuot:N1 GOL ERNMENT 305 J. WAYNE REITZ UNION 392 166S y to print on of Gainesville Budget'

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The Independen* Florida Aitigat, Thurdey, January 16, 1975. Peg. S Hanson candidate for president of India no State University H1 BRUCEt MORRIS Alligator Staff Writer UF Exccutic Vice President Harold P acknowledged Wcdnesdas he is candidate Han 'on for the J ury exa mi n es I S unand abuses [he Alachua County Grand Jury heard the second day of testimony Wednesday in an investigation of alleged mistreatment of residents at Sunland Training Center. Dave Fallon. an investigator for the state attorney's offiee said "approximately nine o ten persons were suspended six weeks ago" for abusing residents of the center. Fallon said the state attorney's office took up the case aftet the Human Rights Advocacy Council brought evidence of abuses to their attention. The suspended staff members allegedly beat male residents of the center and forced them to eat soap as punishment. The grand jury will determine if there is enough evidence to warrant criminal charges against the staff members. Fallon said he "had hoped the grand jury would be finished" Thunsday. but said hearings may last until Friday. Testimony before the grand jury is confidential presnlencs ol Iindtana State Unnersits (ISLI he) have me under consideration." HaMon said. "There are aht ays others too. It's no big deal.' he said.HANSON confirmed he has been under consideration for several months. Members of ISU ts search Committee canic to UF OnCe to interview. him and he has been in contact w ith ISU is k""aed ''in err" Hate. he sAccording to the Terre Haute Scar, the presidential search committee has narrowed its list of candidates to eight from an original list of 400 appliants This could not be confirmed Wednesday. Search committee 'pokesman were out of town and unavailable for comment. ISU is a small school, and Hanson acknowledged his coming from a university with high enrollment might be a reason they are considering him. HANSON, in fact, was criticized last fail for allowing 600 extr, freshmen students to be admitted over the Board of Regents ceiling of 2900. Asked if he would accept the job if offred, Hanson replied. "i'm keeping my options open." Hanson was at UP from 1948 until 1954 in the physics department. He left and was chairman of the physics department at the University of Texas until 1%69 when he returned to Ur as dean of the graduate school,. In 1971. Hanson was appointed vice president for academic affairs, a job be held until last August when he was appointed executive vice president by UF's new president. Robert 0. Marston. HAROLD P. HANSON .UF Executiv. Vice Prnsident Noted scientist vis its The first visiting scientist of UF's College of Veterinary Medicine is Dr. Alex B. Novikoff He will teach students and work with faculty members in the J. Hillis Miller Health Center fwom Jan. 20 until March 20. Novikoff will present the first annual research lecture for the College df Veterinary Medicine in February. Novikoff is a professor of pathology at Albert Einsteim College of Medicine in New York. He is an internationally acclaimed biologist and was selected as a member of the National Academy of Science. 111E IANCOCICS AUTO REPAIR AlU Wesk Gueamntfld MojorMinor Repaivs 200 N.W 1lOAv. 377-5185 BARRY MELTON & The Fish Ihurs -Sot SO50At The Door The 'ndependent Florido Alligofo, I o publicnor of Cornspvs Com nlLinhcot:ons inCarporoted, a privoic, nior profit ccrporton lI is published five f.rme weekly excep. during June, July ornd AugusM when it's published om eekIy and during student hoIbdoys onld exorm periods Opinions exprsed .ni the Independent AIligctos rcrthos, ofthe editor' of he wtaters of ihh nrtils and nsot hose of the Umiwertity of Ftorao the corrnpus served by the Independen' Florrdc AIlbgotor Add,.,. correspondence to the independent Floodo Ailigoto, P' BAni I1266 Un'v,','ty station GoarnesoIle Florida, 326Ci The In dependent Fioado Aiigao is entered ci second cia. rmatte, of the Unuled slotes Pot Offic. a OGpoesvi. Florido 32601 Stubscr'phon rote is s20 00 pr year or s5 SO per quarter Suik iutcripions ore provided through Sludent government for Ih. students of ik. Univ.stly of Fio.nda The independent Fiorido Alligotor reseves th. right to ruio.e th. typogroph'cai role of oil odvqliStrmentS anld to ,.vL. 0r *urn owoy lil copy ii considers otectionobf. tb. ind.ndent Fiauido AllIgator wii -o consid. edjisments of payment *or orty odverthsemenle involvnng iypogrophIcol ertot 0' erronnous minsiion -,inls lce is givn is lhe odver1'Jng mmnager -per The Indep.ndent florid. AIhgOO.r wiI -o 6. r.p.wa. r -er *00n -n -rcrrs In ien d -, .d.rii.ment nfwhald k Ou teuorei iinnt A

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Pag.4. lb. Indepeoden florid. AlIgdcor, These.y, Jaswn.y I, '975 Deans: budget B, TOM SHRUDLR Allikhtor Swif Writer I lie line (leans >1 1 F s itidemmit ttiIeges agreed ttinnmliiul Wednesdt.s thcs iold not niakc tnotigh ad liinal tuits f xptfnV mioncs to pnol I'F's SI -niilhin jeijit IDr Robert Brsan I F tie president lor acadcniit allairs. asked the deans to find wtavs lo tit In additional 28 itr tent 'it their dlredy sla'hci 'perating hudgets D11. GU STAVEt A HIarrcr. d 'ret!r ii i Fs ,brarits. said he lhhiarw vIth Ibtok purchases already lrw/en. could sawe bet wean I .(X)and SI NMMX) more bs cutting expenditure' to inky regular perLIodleaI subscripnions and elimimate the hardcuncr bindim Il periodical c,,Ilecirons heree is no I &G j ollege I all II colleges except health anariculttiraIIs reIlitedl CIeldSJ wh HCan tonicup wit that amIni is ticar I' fmitthi, iinier'it' cantit come up suth rho SI riilin" Hrin sadl cut can Ili FBei I Shiirj> LILI '1 I ( olleie t Ih Iii o n it WVtLL[l 'dO ik1il inith In HR3 AN AS~l) the ( "tin>' f \tcdemL I (httileci the ljtLIt 0f0t pitbitinnl UmflmeI~tS wocriI h.A'ce i the'' coIlcg% \uoidoili '0 \ Rio' '3 ellen assistant go he toi icudttimic ittiis ''ttir1 Ihcse bl( Ne miiimteninct personniel wtoiI sae C botit SI \Ithotigh there "a' general~ dW*reemefl sOmel4 he closedI d!cwn. IDi Rob Horton HBr' n. Linn lean. ,aid. "We could sul nse that tine much t scine beer thin it totild the los. it graduate students Ut RECENTlY told mlore than IX) gtdiiatc sttideti~s they wolild he laid ott sjirii qilartelit i n more mlOneC% wa iIorthcfmmi 1h Ill I xectuI'c cce 'resident DI) HiroldI Hajnwi saiti F ridas that i n tricmergencs sitliatitit probationdts carter ter' Ice empI ei w'C u Id be teCrmm iiat ed helore graduate erase deficit I h I\ imipor oil ciava ot heLIIlIes s iT r5 R1() 'otis to build auni'er''ts like this mnd we im lest m r umcdibtiis osernight, \ mnderWeri %jtil It l } is tced to diss gradtiate students who Ilhougli rhict had timiniintli. "we could itosc our ibithts to CCe it! 0ittliatc stimdettmt Ite 5) ea's, he sad II ANSON scheduled i meeting next week "ithI stlte um ctslts stutell u'ticil5 to discuss possible solutions it Ilk liitiniMI Li'lergele Risan 'aid he could gom mi'm the meeting and say t'has terre eservihmg possible to cut back tin expcnwes aridno 'Iced, he helpot the test otiheussteni We~c iiways bailed out people im the past." Bryn suit Nowm we raed hel;,. h. a PICK THE MflE YOU UKE THE MQIT Off.r ends Jonteory 19, 197$ ------------------=== *BEVERAGE I ANY BURGER % PRICE I I I -------I ---------. I \Ui Fi: FREE CNIGH FlM I .With ,a. ptitchn 51.000FFI I U. S.D.A. CHOICE SIRL.OIN STEAK DINNER W.W. 13th Strest GAMIUERViLLE Need to print a magazine Or circular Or letter? The 'Gator composition shop Can always do it better! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

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Student files complaint Th.I~.pd~nlovl.MI~br Th~~.yJSOq 11971h,* 'Nebuloi By KAREN MEYER Alligato, Staff Writer A UF graduate student filed a complaint against the Speech Department of the College of Arts and Scienrces with the Office for Academic Affairs Wcdiiesday. Bill Chandler. third year doctoral candidate in the Rhetoric and Public Address program, said his ssistantship was cut Jan. 3, on the basis of "nebulous rankings." Two American Civil Liberties Union lawyers are investigating his situation,. Chandler said. By JANET PARK AllIgator Staff WrItnr The Affirmative Action Advisory Council and the Council of Academic Deans both gave approval Wednesday to the draft form of the revisions ol UP', affirmative action plan. Minor changes mn one area were suggested by nienihers ot the Council of Academic leans. Ibis area involved the number of available women im a particular discipline, which needed in somie case' to be adjusted. LOW GOALS for hiring women was one of he 'ix area' in the affirmative action plan hat ,ictded correction before being resubmitted to the IDepartment of Health. Education and Welfare (HEW) on Jan. 21 UF's plan was first submitted to -fEW early in l974. II was sent hack to UF in January, I1974, with some corrections requested .They were made and the plan i-esubnntted. hut HEW returned it (1nce Igainrequtrrmg sf more revisions Predictions I.,r the gaalahle n umber of w'nmen in driime were based on the iinimhcrol vacanetxpteted on the stalT and I he ntimber of w'nmen receiving the terminat degree in Iheir field EXAMPlES ol correction' imade in the iiumbi er ofiv iil able w.meinare the College of I an and the (College if Veterinary Medicine. la'. school lcei, Joseph lulin pointed out hat laculty miembcrs uisually must have about' Iliret seal s ,l piot ession a I expe ece m .idmonto .i ierniinil degree. before being c,,insdercd lor I I Iculty position Dr. lDoiithn Ne. ll. iternm attirnmative icimibl coordlgiitor, saiid .i i epresentaltive ft-on, It'e Cot kg. o VeteCrmitar[ Medi cime. pointed 'iui li iinacciirate itcdictioii ci the number oc .wrmt'tni .illahle Izlchi im hat college N EVIUL SAIl) 'he hid calculated the nimbi': ii the iiumbie'r ol "omieni holding the lt'girnmiig tlcirec ol Dlor of Veteriaryv Med ci 1k. ito,.e. ci. heto liege of Veteriia r' Mt'diciiw requpirs it' Iaciilty to also hold a dtt0Li4rail im the p'er''T'' xiriiciilir '1pecialt'. Nt's ll sid she took i c onsidera Iion the I tetl remencit' ol most d hC lplmle' "Fir inslailte. somei disejiit's seqgire a tlociorat liii thenr lacult. imembers. Ai. chii e'd lre .imd 1-mie Arts reqLI res On ly I iimter'. so lhir ,uimbei ci iin.ilable QometI tIC1 tdes I l'st 1 iwrdd c i misler' or de ldiae." she said. All. COLLEGES veic urged to ieiliekL heir lhirinc g it s ci .t'm ci, DrL~ Robeit Hri an. -ie president tot icadeici air'. N ill ea d mi,'t chiinge' in 'he dirafi ol 'he siippltm'ivct tO Li'F's .itirminti c tion ,Lii, .'il be c.mniclted h's Fridhis. Till NOMINEE oer perimanecnI iti lmllISI *IgiOt cotirdmitm~' IS CSIILYIeL 0 iitimtiitbC his dcclsiiii t ciept 'i iIChnei the hrot gol lame, \lbsoii lie min st'lei'Id lor the pNs. lurige umTi' st'mi to ranking (C Prt-sident bor Academic A flairs Robert Bryan saiid (handler's complaint should be handled informally by getting all pantics together and talking things out. Hryan also said a committee of faculty and students w.as being orined to investigate the situation, Chandler said assistantships '.ere funded for six master degree students in the other Speech IDepariment program, Behavioral Studies, although he had been assured doctoral candidates would be considered first. The Speech Department did not fund anyone im Rhetoric and Public Address. I causes Chandler said the "ronkiugs "cwr per loriled on oil graduate students in his department last spring, despite sonec utssagreenment among faculty members. Chandler sa id Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler told him those spring rankings violated graduate school policy. Those rankings were performed again at the end of this fall quarter unknown to the students, according to Chandler. Chandler didn't know what rankings were based on. "Nobody knows. Nobody is *v said Chandler. criteria the willing Chandler charges: that representatives of a particular area of study within the Division of Communication Studiesranked studentsin thi area ahead of others without regard to academic progress or standing. *that the ranking was a form of economic reprisal directed at students concentrating in particular area of study. Mthat graduate school and university policy was subverted by the ranking procedure. UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said the rankings seemed reasonable. "1 don't see any reason why not." Hanson said. "'We'll be looking into ('handler's situation SG power abuse An Honor Court investigating committee report on Student Government, the basis for an article in Wednesday's Alligator was in error when it reported that SG officials have unlimited access to duplicating machines'. and that no records are kept about their use. Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman said SG officials do not have tree access to the machine's use and records are kept stating their use. graa CUT In detiil .1 50s usoo possible he said. A s'sia',t Deantar the College of Arts and Sciences Ruth McQuoiwn said. "We've not had a formal report," regarding Chandler. In sonic departments. "if a student perl(,rnis successfully in every respect with competence at a high level." his assistaniship wilI be continued. McQuown said. In other departments there is "open competition" Mt'Quown added. The general practice is that doctoral candidates would have highest priority if they pertbrnmed at a high level and it they fulfilled their duties up to their capabilities, she said. She said Hutchinsor investigation because policy is to "exploit department'leel Thomas W. Cole, academic affairs, said,. have an appointment Monday." The charges were t Hutchinson could tonimnent nwas in charge of the Arts and Sciences' your remedies at the associate dean for "all I can say is that I with him (Chandler) led through Cole. not be reached fbr Chandler said he maintains a 3.5 gradepoint average with "two or three quarters to go." He has had an assistantship for two and a half years. report in error The machines are also not kept in Sherman's office, which the report stated, hut are instead located in (he main SG office. Sherman said he pointed out the errors to Ken Ofgang. who prepared the report, but they were not deleted before the final draft was released to the press. Olgang was not available Wednesday afternoon. for comment JOSEPH JUULN must hove three years experience. ii F and jsstimi the job as soon as convenient for him. (Thunrieli member [ expressed her concern ible to come in light oc 'its )r. Grace Henderson about Allison's being unmversity-wide budget AT AN EARLIER mieetilg of the council. Fxecuti'e Vice President Harold Hanson lPioiiiied that the money to pay Allison would he found. e'ei, iif it had to conic from private tunds According to Shov .there are ireison, for iingmig Allison to 'come I'. 501n IS 1105s1ble. I-irst. ic saiid. U F anticipates .mre settled st .1e ot a flairs ittirmi I Jeton. several aboard" the presence help achieve iniegard to ANOTHER consideration is the advantage it minumni'iu conimu't, at a critical dime fbr ,iltiiiiimi IW iion at U .he said. Shain linei 0o \llisoni saiid it I lpermaneit LsoidiilaiOi is nstilled soon. a ,umher of (IesOli .md 'ciilr'% m lhis Irea m'as hae t Fleideirs'i aldeti thle inns it~ .n 1 'lioe onedei'd a suh phoths by ondy newman Wheeeee I Wdll it work? Instructor Dan Powers, left, tests slide constructed by his Methods of Construction and Materials II; while youngster enjoys swing. I jitect, the hole univ and hid C, be Affirmative acion pln revisions are approve d

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Pep8TheinSependenlRoflda Allgo'or Thurndoy. January 1975 EDITORIA L 0 0 Eviction Sometimes in the past we'ye considered the rhetoric of our feminist friends in the National Organization for Women a bit overstated. But yesterday NOW director Alyce MeAdam dropped by with a grievance that has her understandably peeved. It seems the i. Wayne Reitz Union Board of Managers voted last November to move NOW into a smaller office in the Union's student activities center. An act of small significance, it might seem. except that only seven ot the board's 14 members were present for the vote. And except that NOW wasn't notified its office space would be up for consideration anid so couldn't present its case before the board acted. And then there's the matter ot what groups the board saw tit to move into NOW's current office. But to get the full impact of all this, it's necessary to have a quick review of the UF NOW chapter's battle to get into the student-built union at all. The group's tirsi application tor office space was mysteriously "lost" before it could be acted Then, on Jan. 29, 1974, the chapter won an April 2.,r974,members fought oft an attempt to move the Florida Quarterly in the NOW office. May 14, 1974, saw an unsuccessful effort to move Florida Blue Key (FBK) into the NOW So it's been tough sledding for the group which led the tight to have FBK's bigoted anti-women membership policy changed. The board of managers voted to use NOW's present office as a 'Floating' office for groups which only need space temporarily during the year. They are Gator Growl. Interfraternity Council (IFC), Interhall Council, and Panhellenic, a sorority group. Gator Growl needs the office to put together its once-a-year fireworks show in the stadium: [n.terhall's project is Dorm Week, and IFC and Panhellenic's contribution consists of, you guessed it. Greek Week. In short, the kind ot stutt great football weekends are made ot-. NOW's gripe is that the managers wants to transfer it needs. McAdam says there's tables and tiling cabinets in office the board of to is too small for its no room for the two the present office. In addition, the group is preparing to start a library with $350 allocated it by Student Government for that purpose. The library won't fit in the smaller office. One of NOW's most intensive projects has been educating and counseling women about rape. Its tree pamphlet on the subject is designed to help women avoid rape: but perhaps more important is the always available phone number where rape victims can get instant and educated counseling at a crucial time, NOW's vanguard work in the women's rights movement reaches every woman student at UF. While the other four groups need office space for only short periods. NOW operates 25 to 30 hours a week throughout the year. The clincher is that the board assigned another room as a "floating" otlice, yet allocated it to no group. Clearly. Gator Growl. IFC. Interhall and Panhellenic need not be thrown out in the cold if NOW keeps roonm 313. NOW was supposed to be out of' its office last night. At last word MeAdanm was vowing an Alamo-style holdout. All she's asking is a stay of eviction until NOW can present its case to the board next week, as it should have been able to in November. We hope Union directorBill Rion "ill makesure NOW gets that stay. Inf irma ry mo rn ing-afte r p1i Is sh ou ld be ta ken a t own rif sk "UF's infirmary offering free morning headline mi last Thursday's Alligator. after pilis." read the AM first glance. this looks like good news for UF women students. But is it? Nobody is really sure why the morning-after pill works. The theory is that it changes the lining of the uterus so the fertilized egg doesn't implant. thus preventing pregnancy [he UFE Infirmary Women's Health Care Center (WH( C) is conducting a federally funded study of the pill. THERE ARE numerous side effects that may result frem taking Premarmn. the morning-after pull given nut by the Women's Health Care Clini at the infirmary Adverse reactions to the morning-after pul1 can include blood clots, heavy bleeding, possible aggravation ol miastuis dinflammiation of mammary glands), retention of fluid. edema, vomiting. aggravation of allergic rashes, nausea. cramps.breast tenderness and enlargement, and aggravation of' migraine headaches. These are the possible side effects listed by the Physician's [)esk Reference (PDR). The PDR is a collection of inlormation on drug products compiled with the cooperation of "PitMltlcnsistsof a huge dose of estrogen," stated a The Independent Florida Alligator GL Gm jia LA 'Tony'"Kenduior JMmes.Cock Me Ev lyn.k.t Tor -o oor Ra MeG.J.v. .Ly"n'o&JANIS MARtA 'pokesperson tir the WI-CC. Another nmornmg-afier piE! high in ctrogen, [)I+S. has been notorious for its danigtrou So little w as knmwn about DES that between lQ4Oatid 14'( it was gieen to wonmen in hopes of preventing miscarriage' Ihe daughters of the women give this pill while pregnAnt base an unusually high incidence of vaginal cancer. AN!) NOW WOMENconceived in the 1940's and 1954) are currently being used to test out the effectiveness of a high estrogen pill in preventing pregnancy. It steems ironic. In addition, the morning-after pill often is not needed, aft all. Only 21) out of every 10W women who have unproteced i zn o re wi beco mae pregnant, according to a flUrsiIW SINCE THlE chances of becoming pregnant after tinprotected intercourse are rather low, one option is waiting until the monthly period is due. If the period doesn't comec on time, a woman can have a menstrual ertraction performed. The menstrual extraction is a procedure that draws out the contents of the uterus. It must be performed within six weeks after inhercenursed. It'nt quite as simple as taking five pills a Dovdsmith Mtv.-In-chMr Doi 1(., New. Editor Thri Wood MonoglCBSidtOr 0*1 Fjmh Layout Shot ..Admnianegl. A. .."* .e-iat -.e Mono. ....--M-dsnddg Mcnager MnIs.,elg Coont.r -M'=tqi PducbonMagw Me. JOfl0 Layo'tMW P.Midwed by Campu. Communioatiofls. Inc P.O. kmx 13266 UnIvenhty ba~sn, a.n. N.Md. with oflk. bS.nd tw Cdspg n. 173 Wa~ UnIv.u Anne. Dsp flnt: W4Mtsa OPINION

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Speech Department Docto ra ED)ITOR: Hccent iturtlng tiia he University of Horida whuh hioc recultcdl im the termination of n mny grjdiiat i teaching assistants have undoubtedN produced avariety ot sad 'tories lI I my he so hold, I would like the following short history to represent the plight ofmn gradoatc students who lind themselhcs it the mercy ol mismanagement of funds as well as a mismanagement of graduate school indl un versit y rules and regulatons. January 2. 1975 I arrived in Giainesville Icy the beginning ol the Winter Quarter. I put in an appearance in my department to check itt the lay of the land I here I am ld. unofficially. hlat it looks like my issistaniship i.,l be ternmiated. I he acuity ranked all graduate students and i w4as not ranked high enough. I try to con firm this inlormation.No inc is around nconflrrm. 'I he silence seems to say that he's only a third year doctoral student. he iloesn I court lor inythmng. It doesn't matter that hc has invested 2/% years in the I mversity and the U nIversity 2M years in hint JANUARY 3, 3975. Phone calls to Head 'I Deparinment. iDetn of College. Dean of Graduate School. Advisors. anybody. lDesperatlmn. It isn't pleasant to have $17 and unexprettedly with no explanation to he tinenmployed. Everyone tusy or not in. W~iil until Monday. January I. 197$. 8:30 A.M. Waiting in the Office oi the Dean of the Graduate School. Finally see him. FExplain situation. I)epartnmenI received 5 ossistontships. iieulty ranked graduate students. Highest ranks i.,'tld receive aid. No discrirmmation hlween graduate students and third year dlictoril students. No consideration at graduate school policy that advanced cornniug students receive aid first. Head .4 Iepirfmnn claimed rankings not ev .1ltatory. [kan iiould discuss with hers. Student 0 lnig mdo 'bit 1w &'r lot ail students II elfin lDepartmnlrt I bird 'ci, students h jte first priority ianuars W. 1975 Dean can find no imnes ( in not persuade departmentt to follon. graduate school pOlcy Has no real poweCr to enforce. can only use moral 'tiasion,. January 10. 1975. 10-00 A.M. Heard moncy for assistantship given to departnient l earr assistaniship to be given to beginning student. 11:00 A.M Give information to Dean of Graduate School. Dean's assistant contirnms. Department clainmed failed comprehensives. False inlorniauon. What is going on in department9 Who is giving out such inlormation9 2-00 P.M. Met with Dr. Bryan. Office of Academic Affairs. Explained situation including allusions to antipathies in department Graduate school and university policy confirmed. Bryan will try to correct situation JANUARY 13, 1975. No one answering phone. Bryan doing all he can. Graduate school policy apparently not enforceable if Bryan cannot enforce. Adversaries in (tepartmient have won. No money and two quarters Irom a Ph.D. I wonder what losers do. I wonder if the system always wins. I wonder how undergraduate students can fight Wfa doctoral candidate has lost before he even begins. I wonder how a University can attract Doctoral students if they must run the risk of having financial support discontinued if they do not study in a particular arts withi, a department. it they disagree with a strong professor. ifithe University cannot make its lDepartnments and Colieges abide by the rules. And everyone says distinction for the University is right around the corner'. lDistinguished Speech Department. I. IDoetoral student. 0. CW hnlr Wrestling fans missing extras KIJITOR: toiitiel .1 I '.s~ci t',i eluded iie. I Fiat 't dol Lt~c lL'i' .1r i Iiiiik l int Sl.~tiioicd. is 0'0 li ,rs'iiI reaii attstr c'ii pi'. .rsdrnt im I i' limc Ij'.il tic :et th a it 'o i' sr' Cs.l ind note 4 "ill tme bot s whci its populars eltiotigh to ISf L heliiL i cinhol 'pnIa -t hc i'ji cr, I if Iinteii Hi'o rh,. independent Florid, Ailigofor Thursdoy Jonuory 16 1975. Page 9 Park ng t goes to stuc EDITOR: (in JanuArn I .h ani jittieb Stall Writer Mark Scot I an nouncemg the [IPD hike saaets ciackdown appeared on page three ot the Independent Florida Alligator In that article Mr Scott quoted me is saying "The idea is to present accidents. not gre tickets .'e (UPO) make enough money ott parking tickets." This passage has brought about sonic nmtsunderstandirg and needs to be clarttied because the parking situation on the UFP campus has become an agitation for mlan) people. Mr. Scott did not misquote me is much as he misinterpreted my comments. ['he reporter questioned whether Operation -ife was to be enforced in such proportions as to create increased revenue from the tickets. Since the program is designed specifically to stop accidents and prevent personal injuries, I replied that increased revenue was not the object of the program. in view of the difcket money lent court ficlaof 'ike laws eiIorcemnit indl the .rn'iim ot tines ilteads himg collected troii iH('toi 'chicle mu actions N' monev from t ra Itic tiies is charnneled to the campus polite depanniei Money front student parking ickeis goes to defray the costs of the Student lIatlic C'ourt and the 1enainder goes to the Gater Loan Fund Fines collected from Faculty and Stati rickets go to the (iF Parking and iran'port at ion Coniittee "here the money is used foi Camp~US road imointenance. Funds for UPD4 are controlled by LIE Physical Plant Divis Ion. The object ot Operation L ife is not to make more money or harass cyclists. So far there have been no bicycle fatalities on Campus We like those statistics and we want to keep it that way. Jiim Shuler UP!) Public Intorniation Officer ADVICE & DISSENT Game the plan ultimat Sound the trumpets. Step to the beat of the drums. Come on people. 1et's get into the spirit of the game. It's exciting. It's habit forming. It's the most popular game on earth. War is the world's pastime. IMAGINE A beautiful day on the plains of Sinai. For the 2bth big year. ABC sports is brimgig you the finest of Saturday afternoon warfare. Today we have the greatest of religious competition, with the mighty Zionists of Israel going against the powerful Mid-east Arabs. The battle cry will sound shortly. but let us take a few moments to look a! the teams. First on analysis of the home team, the Mid-East Arabs, The Arab offense is centered around the strong arnmoured attack supplied by quarterback Leonid Bresnev. In the backfield, the Arabs "ill he depending on a Hood showing Iby Syria and the talented, though tin. vredictamble. Kmng Hussein of Jordan. The Arabs ore looking lor meenge after last 'ear' defeat bi the Zionists adc they should be tough. Thi; is a homecoming for the \rabs indl it 'wild like to cxtcnd our congratulations to their ,iewl elected I.N. iepresentatnve. Nasar Arafat for bowl ROBER T DAVIDSON STAFF WRITINGS of Palestine. Now let us look at the Israel Zonists. Quarterbacking is a crafty and experienced veteran of the Mid-East wars. Moshe Dayan. At fullback for the Zionists former Michigan great Gerald Ford will be providing massive arms support. All inall it looks lke we have a fine game in store for you this afternoon. OFFICIALS fbr the game are the United Nations Peacekeeping Force, the game will start shortly; but first, everyone rise for a sacrifice to their god. The war cries have sounded and we have ourselves a firstclass w ar. The Zionists are on the 'ttensie arnd the Arabs will he defending the Sue, (anal. The armies arc setting up a line of battle so let's pick up the action. The /.ionists have displayed a fine air attack against the Ar abs. Tlhe Egyptian defense is crumhuing and soldiers are being 'laughtered hy the thousands. What i game! The Zionist. Ire tirr indlgoal to go. len The Independent Florida Alligator Dcug Dol Enterlounmen, Editor Ron Cucninghon MAot. Editor Georg. Kochonmec Jr Photo Editor Greg Forrer Sport Editor Minor, Kernon Ast News Ecitor miles. Five miles. The Zionists have crossed the Sue, Canal. Touchdown! WE'RE INTO tlie second half action now The Zionists are defending the Golan Heights and the Syrians are on the offensive. The Zionists have their backs to wall and will need defense to charged up Emotions down there field. Syria drive by the tough Zioni he in trou casualty score. Israel 7.(00, Arabs 10.000. Both learns are set up and ready for the crucial fourth quarter play. What's this' (ierocd lord has come off the beach and wilt he qua?terhocking Boy the hard pressed Zionist team. Apparently the excitement ol the game 'as more than he could re'dst. T HE RATTLI. CRY has sciuncled. and it's a heatul. lofts ICBM missle launch dclixcred I the heart of the Middle I-Ast. Ibree. two. -.ne .Its 'lI ncer. I he orange mushroom'ct"u. si"n'l the OiiCe tugin the ganw has iu strrd it's participants. he wmic 'I rtint, ithout 'ittorn. IhIns can h. the only tontl 'in for in iwar there is iiser I I'inner. lust 'ictinms. Mug t e LIntinuein cheer our 'iinits on to the ultimate rinmit Stuier Ho'.) game? some inspired hold back the Arabs. are really flaring on the playing has led a good Arabs and that 4 defense could ble. The third ended with the -S

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Pag. 10.% WeIndependen, PodeMe. AJIg.v he1,e Jmnucry 4. 197S enriches SG treasury By LESLIE GOLAY Algab.rStalffWdter Student Senate President Kevin Malone announced Tuesday night that an extra l75,.0) of "unanticipated surplus money" came in to Student Government this year. "he extra money is due to an excess In errolinment ths ytar, Malone said. THE "unencumbered funds" to be allocated by the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) "just fell into ,ur lapC, according to Malone. SG Treasurer Gre* Sherman said "this is up and beyond what w~e anticipated" t revenue from the activity and service fee. According to Sherman. ASFAC has total tiontrol nver where the money will go. Rccommnendations wtll be made by the committee dhi year. THE STUDENT Senate reaffirmed their Thief support of the Equal Rights Amendment at the meeting Tuesd.y night and elected Senator S,,e Cline as the SC representative to the ERA coalition. The senate passed an amendment that 'aould pay the salary of the Chief Justice of the [raffle Courn from the money collected from campus traffic violation fines rather than Iron, SG as had been done previously. "This is the first time a SG officer is .ot paid by SG.The high revenue the traffic court gets frown traffic violations can pay fir him. SG can use the money better, Malone said. The senate also passed an amendment changing membership on the Student-Faculty Insurance Board. Malone explained now there won't be a representative from Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance Company on the board as there had been in the past. This will encourage bids from other Insurance companies, he said. -proof bike bank s scheduled for campus A virtuallyy knolprool method of bicycle wtcurily is now availabic to UF students aordmg tinh loheck. Student Governmenl Secretary ii (onsuimer Affairs,. lkviccs called "bike banks" are being imsIalld on campus to provide 'tudents with morc curee means ol lockinK their bicycles. STUDENTS can rent the bank from St dent Ghmerunmeni it the rate of ten cents a lay or lor 53 a month. lwh anks hive .ilrcady been installed in Maiiphrte Area Ihbe he v jest concept rations of banks will he imst lied mi dormitory areas because the theft rate is greater there, Lobeck said. LORECK said a student from each campus dormitory area is needed to be in charge of renting the devices. That student will receive SO cents for each rental he or she obtains. (This commission will be paid for out of the $3 rental lee.) An additional 5O cents per rental will go to pay one student who will be in charge of replacing lost keys, making necessary repairs, and assisting in the installation of new banks throughout the campus. Students interested in applying for either position should contact Debbie Feinberg. Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs, at 3733975. S S C,, a, C -a C,, -a Cu C, -a Fomn Piece with COn traf mani frtiri DR E SUIS reversohle vest stinq & miatchino slacks ers sUQQested retail oniCe SS SLACKS 512.qo TH REE FOR 530. 800 nn ir casual slacks 55.9o nnlvnster blends ninids e fllld LOCATED AT Open da ily till 9:OC WHEN FOR YOU 'RE THE 1-95 & NEWBERRY RD. Sunday tiii 6:oo 373-9297 S UC WORD. C.RC HANOBOI OF CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, C.R.C. STANDARD MAThEMAICA. TABLES, 22nd.ed. 1974-1975 TURABIAN: MANUAL FOR WR11ERS OF 1ERM PAPES, THESES, AND DISSERTATIONS TURASIAN: SlUDENT'S GUIDE FOR WRITING COLLEGE PAPERS SHRUNK: THE ELEMENTS OF SIYLE SEEIER: A STYLE MANJAI FOR STUDENTS EW.S: HOW TO WRITE THEMES AND 1ERM PAPERS BILLETT: PREPARING THESES AND OTHES lYPED MANUSCRIPTS RESUME SERVICE: RESUMES THAT GET JOBS FROM ARCO, MAUONS, COWLES REONERY, AND SIMON 8 SCHUSTER: I.Schel Ads,.n Ian P~atic.I N.nhaq lOtS A4~ 1s. fl~ -Ga. lOtS Jwncg (seen '., of EngI.* -o N.tgn Languor SW4& BOS TUE the'1' *,~ 'I,. .*~I~ S S .'t $ 175 ,OOO surprise SPECIAL PURCHASE 915 NO. MAIN ST. NE XT TO PANTRY PUNDE iOPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9 a.m.-9p.m. SUN. 12.S:30 p.m. smoot leahaer uppers crepe sole men's sizes 7'/-12 520.99 ladies sizes 6-10 $16.99 cnoduo, ~ tgomqoon Ctr.uI Apifludo Tt~ MuIit Arai~m T. Muqing 5Oo.i 1n"o'c. f~OfThflO~I@fl MLIII*,O~U go, E.omna.,o. ..'C. ---

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H p 7 GO 44 FL[OO IHG IN BAD ERYWk SJULES VERN E BAN D (SUNRISE HIGHWAY s mla I S Son BACKC ips VWu Fhts NO COVF R ALL TH+E BEER OR WINE YOU CARE TO DRINK Guys $2.U Every MON 810 Girls FREE neS.M~u Gis viii .1 r~fta t&5C -o-I-;-JS % RI fCE SALE! -LADIES'Shirts & tops Long dresse s Pnntsilits Dresses Sweaters Pants -MEN'SShirts Pants ILeisiire suits Sporteonts Ties Suit s Sport sh irt s %A OFF 'A( ra ete is DON IGAN 'S 112.8W. Univ Ave. :172047-f Flor irb i w do Th. independent Florida AMIegaor Th.rsday Janoary 6. 175, Pag. Ii State Museum receives donated gifts H, JAMES K. ECClJS tmou iTtoiS." DIck Inson Sid. Alligator Staff Writer ('ills Iinidmlg 1 n~ew home a' the mi setm, mieitide a collection ot Indian artificats. I mgmne opening a gift and Iiing 4,000 lick Led snakes. Irogs and lizards. Phe Florida State Museum is expecting such a gift Irom former museum staff member. Dr Sam ucl Telford, "ho at il send his collection trom, South American this sweek. MUSEUM DIgrector LC Dickinson believes the most 'aluable gift is the "gift of intormation' and especially information leading to fossil sites. On several occasions people have informed DIgkmnson ol lindang hones that have Lcd to the discovery ol an entire fo~ssil site. A couple starting a nursery in Archer called the museum six months ago to examine a bone that their plow unearthed The bone w as the key to a rich phocene site that museum scientists studied lasi tifllmmer "A BONE found by i boy IS year' ago led is t, .4 {,ssil site im Nt'wherry that is still actise today, Ihikinson saWd [he m~iuieum ilt, rcecs nationa] lUnA d onit ion Atricai CerC110Flmai masks, a room filled w'it h shiel es ol bottled lish. ha ndgunos. lertlitn dolls. 533 carat enmeraid appraised at $l0U.tX -the largest ialtiyaL gem found in North America. and an embha lred alligator unat ed by a Miami imort lary science school tromi the National INIow.ment bor I he Arts. Washington. I) C h as enabled the mulseunm to expand an exhibition that should attract high school science classesDicki"so" said. "THE NEW expansion. an addition to South Hlall is a 'help yourself' exhibit with a catalogue at specimens in drawers."' 'We hope to include a accorded explanation"r'"ach dra'er o""casette tape Ending won' I UGHI ancient example photo by chip hiw*s of a blind dose freeze :111-Hanson U F is already conmm ied to readmitting those student' who have been previously enrolled, Based on past enrollments. Dr Janmes Burns, ii -engineering professor. projected between 17.838 and 18.781 students will return to UF next tall. IN EITHER case, freshman admissions are set at 2Q9X) by a Board of Regents ruling. Ihat leaves space bor between 2,0%6 and 3,O39 transfer undergraduates. The larger estimate icr transfers is based on the percentage of U F students in 1972 who returned to UF in 2973. 2he snialler tirure is based on the sonic calculation between 1973 and 1974. BURNS SAIl) molt students return school in years ol poor job market,. The beginning of a recession this fll marked the highest percentage ot' returning students since 1971 when an economic downturn combined with American in'ol'enment in Viet Nami to drive students back to campus mi droves. Burns said. He 'aid if the job market didn't improve b) icxt tall the lower estimate thy the space fhr transfer students probably w.s more Bcadmit By TOM SHROIJER Alligptor Staff Writer he admissions freeic will end this month. hut "a substantial number of qualified freshmlan and junior college transfers' will be lroren out of UF mn the fall ,&hcn enrollment caps go into effect. UF Executive Vice President Harold H anson said Wednesday he received assurances from, rallahassee the regentsimposed admissions freeze will be over by the end of the month. ENROLLMENT caps were enacted in the tall to limit the growth of state universities Monday the Board of Regents imposed a complete halt on admission of students to allow time tbr study of the present financial ene rge ncy. Hanson said the freeze was "a spur of the moment ting" he never considered very import ant Ifhe important thing we have been considering is how we w.ill impose enrollment limits flex:t all." Hanson said. HANSON SAil) UF. wil aim at holding UF FtG enrollment (tall colleges outside z'gricilttiral and health related fields) at 24.678. last balLs total H EA R JAN. 19 7:30 P.M. IN CONCERT r I ioI avr NAR ANGFORD PASTOR I'.'' I' I C-g entrance playIng eanbesrry Chehslen mualc NORTh CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH

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mn the firn urine c the r IS 3 I223 xirabic in miines order theek ( ah or perutmjl theecks niot 'IC R1 miL I ,',itars napkin with mu iii ho rnu 'ri luggage I FEl.T relieved Pet and I could handle the mnc' OK I felt lukeua burden,.i eight had rolled uIt in shoulders. Wednesday couldn't come soomn enlAotgh I counted the dans until I would he normal Again." Hemng pregnant is more than being in the family w I he hormonal changes affected her spirits as well. Cheerful optimism gave way to bitching. flights of mood, and a cattiness she thought was reserved to competing movie queens and old maids. "I found myself getting real upset, crying every day for no reason at all. I wanted to be loved all the time, to be held-think of me, mec. M E!" HERE WAS tear. "I tried not to think about it because I was afraid of what I was going to think about. ..afraid I'd feel coo much emotion and it'd overwhelm me if I thought about it too much." .and doubt "Maybe this is what I should do. Maybe I'm supposed to have this baby, and this is the course of action for me. Maybe this is my only chance and 'm throwing it away." ABORTION was the only chance. Wednesday morning. bright and cold. Off to a late stant-typical-and few words to offset the silence as PNte drove Emma to the clinic. It'll be over soon. This time tomorrow, everything will be over ..done., finished. ALREADY WOMEN are perched on those comfortable chain. 'The big day for six, seven. 10 other women. Mostly white, middle class, from young to the other side of 30. You're not alone. Lab work, blood test, urine test, chaffing with the sprightly, gray-haired lady in the white lab coat. She tells Emma everything she does, why it's done, what it'll reveal about Emma's body. COMMONPlACE things, and it helps Emma relax, makes the waiting easier. Next i.group coonadling-uta. seven women troop into another loom, settle on cushions, the floor. wherever. "The Procedure." as the abofliou, is euphemistically known to the clinic's workers and patients. ii explained with pictures, pieces of equipment and plastic uteruses. Vacuum aspiration is used for women less than 12 weeks pregnant. Basically. it's upon the table, knees bent and heels in the stirrups. In with a plastic speculum to widen the vaginal opening, let the docto, see what's going on. THEN SEVERAL shots of Zilocaine, a local anaesthetic, into the cmrix, the entryway to the fetus-holding uterus. In the next minute, a rapid succession of flexible plastic tubes of increasing diameter is inserted to widen the opening to suck the fetus out. Then it's over, the whole procedure taking bare minutes. "I was kind of worried until the group counseling session where they tell you what's going on. The thing that helped me out the most was all the people there. There were married women there on their second, third abortions. After talking to them I tought. well, it can't be that bad." PULSE, temperature, blood pressure checked and noted in the medical charts. And the hesitant questions begin. Will it hurt? How long '.ill it rake? When can I make love again? Will I be able to have children if I twant them? "They're pretty frank and open over there. One of the girls was concerned ,.th pain. All she could ask ibout 'as the pain." AND INDIVIDUAL counseling "ith Candas. What do 'otu think of this abortion' "All Mlong I didn't think of it in terms of being pregnant. All it meant wba5 that it the test "as ,ositine. it meant abortion. If ncgati'e. no ,roblem." Were you using any kind of birth control? Iim iL toVsi LiNhier s tecptcd K ---in ui'thing (fl court.'. I IIdflt stop limn richer I is res n nin I,,do it. thau' lheir pinc 1k wm'r parcn% knoW' "M' mothci dIti knwI coUldn't wee ;ini 'ejon to tell hei I here was nothiiw she couhdi lo but he hurt .ind worried "AN) ON Fhcs talk tou an hour. EiI iii mitdical torms I his place is iprcssnc. Warm. human. earmtw 'You're a person. not %oml kind of beast w ith 'our legs stuck up in thc .iir." I hen the waiting. 'The doctor waho does the proceduic drives it from Jacksonville and doesn't get mt town until 2 p.m. Things are late A BLACK girl tromi south Florida sits next to Emma. and Emma can feel her tension. So they lalk. about symptoms, families, goals. school. Waiting. Emma is called, handed a IS-cent Maas Brothers shopping bag with a gown in it. Clothes off (you can keep your socks on). gown on and snapped at the neck. Waiting. Candas comes in with a couple cigaretts. Talk about self-hypnosis, pinched nerves, night classes. From the next room, a machine thrums to life and a few seconds later the fluid suction does its work, PALMS SWEAT and perspiration rolls down her hack. Now. Into the examination room, up on the table. The gangly lady is Fnma's nun.e. Dr. Cohen greets Enm., squeezes her arm. Candas is there too, as Emma lies on her back, feet propped in covered, warm stirrups. Breast exam, then pelvic. Candas holds her hand. the other smoothing the hair from her fact. She talks. WHAT ARE you studying in school? Sounds interesting. Got job lined up? Fingers in and out, probing, feeling. "Eight weeks." Dr. Cohen tells the nurse. 'Right in the uterus. Beautiful." EMMA TA~LS, feels the needle piercing her insides. Zilocarne, works fast, pain becomes a dull pressure, like the dentist shooting your gums with p onecaime Pain again, like being ripped in two from the crotch, widening the cervix to fit the pinky finger diameter of the evacuation tube. Dijatlon. Condas saying keep your eyes open, slow deep breaths. yes, good, niaL.Still holding her hand, her arm. MACHNEN on the whir, sloppy suction, two three four seconds-it's over. Plastic tuba, metal speculum, eight.week old tissue. nmpgatioc blood.,.gone. It's over. "Just let me pull my legs up and roil over." INSIDES ACHY, cleaned out, heavy, cramped,. gets wonst. Tears dribble from Emma's eyes, stop. Candas still there, how do you feel. Peel faint, eyes going black, ears ringing. Goddam cramps. Ten. 12 steps to the recovery room. rina's in charge then. Ue down, blanket. heating pad for those foul cramps. Two pills, washed down with warm tea. Empiric for cramps. others to contract the uterus to normal position. BLOOD pressure down, pulse down, temperature down, all down except the cramping pain in that double-cupped handful of female organs. It's done. Over. Finished. Empirin works fast. Emma feels better already. Unpregnant. Ready wo face the rest of life. Must wait 30 minutes before leaving the clinic. "IT'S GOT to be kind of stupid if you don't '.ant to hase a baby to keep screwing around and not using an'xhing "lt you're pregnant. don't go through all this trouble. don't ha'e the baby it 'ou don't ,aanc to. don't go ]Unmpiflg into anything. Youkc still got a chance. Abortion isn't chat bad. You'll be so happy iwhen its o'er with, lw known things that hurn wos than an abortion. 'You're part of a statistic. I read that 1 10 nonmen a month get abortions here. One hundred 'en omenn a m~ontl, can find a way out." 'Right to life' Dy KAREN MEYER MuA1S SaffWrile, The right to lift. Abortion opponents think it bekxips to everyone' "WE ARE seeking a constitutional amendment that would protect lift from conception to natural death," Alachua County Right to Life member Lois O'Mallcy said. Founded in reponse to the gradual liberalization of state abortion laws. "Right to Life" groups popped up all around the nation. With the Supreme Court decision of 1973, that limiting abortions in the first trlmeser is unconstitutional, they banded together to tbrmn the national organization, arnd on to create the most powerful anti-abortion ktbbying pressure in Congress. "ABlORTION is not the answer." said O'Malley, Alachua County chapter member. With one exception: if the physical -not mental -life of the mother is endangered. Abortion is justified in that case on the "rationale that the baby is attacking the mother.'' BUT EVEN an aborted fetus has a right to Ine. said O'Malley, and doctors should make special efforts to that end. O'Malley justified the ease of Boston obstetrician Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin now facing manslaughter charges for failing to try to keep a lour-month-old aborted fetus alive Abortion. said O'Malley. doesn't solse the initial problem ol getting pregnant. "MOST WOMEN get pregnant because they "ant to. "hether they realize it or not." she said. "And most omen 'ho have abortions don't sought use contraceptIves." said o'Malley Some costracepiivas do not receiveS grmip's endornemefit. INTXA-UTERINE devices prevetit t fartiaid egu free, being implanted in the wi and therekere could be considered a term abortion. O'NMalley said. The birth control pill, still being investig for possible relation to canflr. i considd "okay" but not officially endorsed. "lguass everyone knows babies are hard' come by. Literally hundreds of people WE themi" she said. WHAT ASOIJT the young single womflai college, who doesn't want to give up school's a job becaus, she forgot her pill one day? She should h1me fle child and give ii up adoption. O'M~afley said. thai pick back Up schooling and work. Another Aladhwa member, Mrs id Valenti, said that while a woman should hit right to liv Own body, the fetus -althoKi dependentonthe mother for life support sepate body. "WFA WOMAN doesn't wish to bear a cli she shouldn't have to. There are enough sOu birth control measures available thatshouldn't get pregnant." said Valeniti. Where the mother had German meaCsO drug like Thalidonidi and chances ,.erC y the child would be less than normal. about 0 still not justified. said Valenti. 'To kill tO healthy fetuses to Clinimm~ unhealthy one seems wrong." said e 'Where there is any possibility the chill A I normal, it labortlon) shouldn't be done "Thene is a place in wocwty for all hurid including thoe less capable than sorte else," she salt. r Pae12 The 'nd.epnderi~bda Aftqoot Th ursdoy lan iry 16 19' Emma NI' 'run N '/ yihls byin.e pvcd.s

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Th. Indepsendent GJordd Alibgotor ThUrUday )OVIUary 16, L 15 Pny. 13 Abortion B, KAREN MEYERAilIgator Staff Writer N I :,tL I wars ago abortion was a nt imln sl hK I e disappeared with the first re I aboilion st at ute pascd bN i iutsh parilcile in 1803. IN THE TIME spanning Irom, that momnt nIl the U.S. Supreme (olri eghrC' abortions on Jan. 22, 1973 'onmen battle1 cfnStafltly to regain the treeditm 4f hoice Ilhet inght you rts. I hcs Iouight religion. TOI-Y FOUGHT other women. whIo IbI ieeH he right of the tet us came before heir A4: i he ceward changed abortion from a Lrie hick to c hoice, giving the states the Option I1 spitlying that oniy doctors may perform hbr Iio ', In I Y72, just before the court made its ritfl. Gallup poll showed 46 per cent uf the generaI population in favor and 45 per cent opposed to legalized abortion. IN MARCH of 1974. the Gallup poll round hitle change in the split vote with 47 per ccn in lavr and 44 per cent opposed. Ihe etlects of that Supreme Court ruling niultiplhed more rapidly than ever annipated The original 1973 decision held that the right of privacy of a11 citizens under the l4th Amendment "is broad enough to encompass a jonman's decision whether or not to terninale her pregnancy." BY DECLARING unconstitutional the restrictive Texas and Georgia abortion statutes in the original cases, the court overruled all state laws thai restrict a woman's right to obtain an abortion during the lirst three months of pregnancy. Alter that point, the state may regulate the ahernon procedure to a "reasonable" extent th Lih laws I|-w so <4 >
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Ic -rmpis 49 50 oer mo 'K util 2 bdrocii irshed swimmiri~rg paci 4 '.ordry cctll I'S 3955 A4 for Sipve iS icr sribie opa~treiel c the im 'den r' ilpa' brC,.i'fg teb I eniaolo cord & I eatinig 1)00l bias ail to', $93 25 Pr ni h 377 7011 orange 'B31 64) Pi Iyou desir to m ove fham your preserl lacci~on wecan tena sublet ior nd you a roommnate .mrmedralely at NO COSI 13 NE lath Ave 377 6092 (b Ir-55 C) remote wonted Brandywmne opt $67 2 Izdrn, 2 both Large Tm' Jan renl negotiable furr tV stereo htd pool etc tall a, come by W 189 37S-tO3I (B-2T 61 P) __ _ FEMALf ROOMMATE shore 2 bd lrurshed optmor, ae-poo flly -3 u't'tis 3734'37 B-2-4-P FOR RENT men, students toon for rertt by quarter l5mw. 1Toil 3 black, from corpus il vreg 37709625 5 30 t 7 00 doily or stoP JAN PENI FAIDi Aove in now female ,oommote rndd for luxury I1-beart op 595 rnior'th + t it.e Coil 373 0800 b 5,59p' WANTiD Femaole own ran,,', bath Lichen '"sse diver prvges $50 mc7 9458Aft. 5 Nopt Pleas (C $P 60 P) iberal beoe~onnnedo rn t furnished $1 SO a monti' Inquie die 5 p rat the Village Stjion 22(C 1 Sadent or couple wanted to share spoc out 3 b house with 2 m, ittjdenlt IS n un dr, e Pets we Icon,. 67-mo 3)5 N E 43rd Tetroce 5 p m (C 3TtOP' Wanted PIOce to live Own. roam trnto T M good rmt s~r good people coHl 392 0573 or B33 Leave ronme ra umber Please respond Moit 5 t 59 p) roomrrsie 2 br opt Furnished $52 00 .ithlitre. monihiry anloriownr dpts coil 3779993 it 5i 59pi rOP, r'oe ,ae 75 pr m't 'r uti unes cfte, 630 377 5560 wayrne (c 3t 59i WANTjD fernal, roommate ttgenlty 4 desperately needed o.,cny0 opt $70 Morithly + 1-3 I lties please contact debi or crdy im" redinlely 3739147 C 51 58*) rorOOtS O9 wnt in 4-' oak coree opt comfortable 8 bike to SI 186-mo fo' own rmn call bill or chuck 373.1617 (C ST 57 P) G000 8 SILVER lop prices paid for clot, in"9s old jewelry, etc cop fdnnhal ref I Ozzie 338394 (c-50-53-') 3 -aod Students need roomrnpole, own rnom n 0 reol house Jireplac., pionts, ,",sic ynrd Ir iendihip 108 nmo I expenses call 373 3734 (C 2T-61 -P) 377 8)2 oiler 2 0 C 3T 61 P) fenmnle roo,,inone Ic shore bin, it heattiful Wmndmncdowt $66 Mo I idDesperne AC pe1 tennis bouno M OAT D t 7:30 90 Il 1030i mHBR -ODE AT TEE Wa Don Wallis p Awn MD s'rrno bq reqwet 9pm $latthedoor_ IA 4.4 J

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Th. Independent Sorad. Mulgso, Ihuredoy, Janeuary it. i97. pug. IS h)ROPtISRAEL Tove dwscli year A5RICA ASIA o,,nd Si iderit A, HELP WANTED S am ine salng LO per an seln 'lhshom .o otques ml 2 M .ncludmn Poig r~n~ 1~ cabolgg th d~ o Nuts we onuS.l $2 JWEU box office 7 ,~,1ouOLDTIME ArMO s f Rht~bI J'tbwe Sr 4,A Independent Florida Alligator CLASIFIEDCMAIL-IN 1017 W.tinivev.ity us. lse ae fn SAW 16 RUt 24dq. ua 5 day.e eer. U meesn dcscu This,,,,. .s U pen. -ldg by eltr Th pain da1 I. ILK I to., 1k,. e e aa.r lie .d UsN tMl Et d.t.es mia W 1 qspkcah -hpir esmwv.e ineo. wes asn mmwe, Acceplgeepytenst -We dysAs bid. a~an -sliE lb bdmtingie s fee sdt'. .c, .I. -, S "-'*qe apy Sad le. -I-a-q an.en *he -*cte -.el ......, b.,. '-Sp% day. -GI wf g d MeN Ak S ws seance (O.ct w*wedb U. Aa~ a~ tO.ej lala .N~mu t r r r n r1 -1 r ri --* U ii V ELP WANTED oufltart intrvew one da isytrenia P6racier seek sm9g pIr.n1e a elf deprnment. -4W r egpmmeno arid I aT-S-Cl HELP WANTED e( rCefe y a t !l,e 3 hrt Pe' werk r]orory ea rn. IIbe nble to tye 31 6 I P ----OS 69 Camaro evcellent conditon, our ouro Irons 350 ci on. owner $t t0 Call 3l8361 0G3T-61I ? 971 Suboru wagOn good t .30 St 9 "'"")1St7 mstang ps oc auto 259 vS flew Ir 7n'p9 body and untarbor good conditions drie hrn pefect $650 tee of l r w 1 i pi coaier 5 pm (G5-54. 11 mnest SN. ouocmcic, -ai t 22.31 mpg I200 In good ccndflcn 377-d51do' 373CO cit 25 (G-5T5 flf egO 73. good cooditioc, 3-.peed mutt nill 5Im colt 37T.h10 oft 5 pm -r Voivo. 197Q li4s A C, $1650, Negotiati. 3731525O, keep trying 0G 5Y 60 P) PERSONAL ao,lcbl. for unit, coll.,. ,,.nu,.ru Ufliof womlen wilk 3 O's picd ip yours at unit oon ocivitlet desk or third e. penr ice whicl, you'II troosure forever (ohl 37,-Cm9 oler 6 The Fionida Soorng Associonv (J-IT-al.P) NC)thiig hovel perceived. .xcepA hot I perceived God within it, God befo. it, or God oft., e' Boaho' Wring (1. 1T61 C) go,-ouin owo -oSW 1)1, norman & lile hull houry dol rnnhy rates (V i2t-o Dnog Cierk And Ilh. Ho' Nuls coming to the RaiFri t~t i7i1& loth of Jon two 9ay commumiy trvice Centergay ren orld *omenmest iuradoysat 7pm 507 NVW 5 'err info coli tom, at 72.1861 Jsor' or tcvoy at 2-i575 (i-1-9-) SAMiE'S ARlVED FROM LCOON, NCW OPEN $pecioi'rirng in Erngish loir rutting, blow eating for the in look uns., Drop by Coion'oi Plaza 7)6 W I ini Ave 37' 244 (i 50' 53-p) tEARN kAPAtE rnaolfied istructOrs now class stating or' all ages male S female, *o. cog further ifo coil howard 373 8252 (1' 55-pd) ONE YEAP CXC(moily} LAB nloods harp /.ry oFfectionote and ielligent LOHl Lorry or 4owi e 377 807 315 nw Arth Dr (J5R5N o&k Peckis "Rugby Shirts. Hiking Shoris, trail She, Woolrich Shirts, Aqo "Trai eter 340 nv3 Q233 t -55 p) Wedding mvita'~n Or'1S1 40 per 100rrneiuec iugrs, of et prinin Cliff Hl Pr r'tng 1103 N* Mom, (J-FE-56-C)' KARATE (EsSIN$ small classes $20 per not, KARATE UNIFOReMS Quality. tleoched $24 up (orate Do, f2?5 NW 5*h Av. I lo'r staudy lecgin-uly. depwruro-SI35 -lod Corl or lMcriyn 376-7106 or Moc. 332I7 okte. SPM or marc lnde p-ns-0 I9 you sow 'ho -.bicycle accident Monday I 4-75 ci 3 IS en frani of ytJLtE l1wol 922O ENT (J5.O -P IOVERSEAS JOeS Australic. Euoa. S. *Ar',,co Afico Siuden's cli roefeispoa and occupotieni $700 to 5300 vonily fispon.' paid. ovofne.e si#aging Pr. enfeunotion TRAN$WOI.D iESEAKCH CO Depi G6, POlso. 602. Crtne 4'odro CA 9.92 1J4SCOWD 5 fo<,ai hour removed p.-icranily Call Edmund Owye C.l.r-. ..r-C .-._ SERVICES Scubo Class tarting Scubo eipmelt provided, 4 open water diwos, Intorriotional CertificotIon, Toni Allen (tohost Weid inmgdom) R.pcles, Service, Soles, Raniols,-Allen. Aoijotic Trail Center -48 *~m [37 3-9223 (rn-fT-fl. 0) HYi'NaIS UEPS 'EOPLE ATTAIN GOAM$ bY AiDING ANY PHYSICAL A@ MENTAl ASeTY-SUQiN uME Y ATNLEa 373-3059 Donaid G Pratt Certufied AAEH, rAPS (m-2It-AS-p) pROfSSOMA TYPIST. Fat, acCurate m"'vic* iBM Salocric Varying low rotas Dahivety Slenogrophlc srvice ond 'notary public also Call 462-2739 (M.ST57 P) DRY TC*TLGAS for spring br.ok divig and comping 'rip Fly by seoplon. frao,,Key West rnorch 21 25 or 25-29 All scuba CtqLiplnent provided Expiate hisflruc Forl Jeffersoni $15 w vth c.tifucothon $15 I idud fll scub a cou o ccl S'ubc THE MARRIED STUDENT CEN~tE OFFERt FIJIL RANGE Of HELPING $ERVCE5. MEDICAL ANDVDAY CAU EROM FIFE 2AHOUJR SERVICE CALt Sfl78125 (M-9T 60-C) Experienced tysist will lype .inmpapers. thas's or disselolion Fos, S occuraee service of ,eooonabl. rot., Coil 3738423 (0 0'5-pj [EARN (tARM!f qualified istructors new class ste-sung soon oi oges male femol., far 'eq further info toll howard V3-6252 (m-ub 55.p) 444 444 SERVICES (U~O!' closi,-mlode 'a your wishe, -gierol sewing *xgrsenced *onmuress susan 37l-68W (M-fl-4t lOS$E R*M LEASE U .g American Soddlobrnd Geld Fa pleaounecr show 376-lU' 4M-51-6f P) Wil type yawr dussersatuon Thet, Repars,. mnonuscrnsis hE *.p.nd '---ad ccrat-1l413(-5V6 a ye The ri e it(y im '099 Roweil Rd A iLiu (m J342 252 4433 I M 4r HOUSES OCAQOED ,ttee rare onc ,nformol *r endly oil teoi tes S m from uf stolts-573 posiur. $30 J76die h bhno "'~s pri brook unlimied our-S meal. a doy-c bunk oil *c.S*fmglncu days mo.Z2 p by yo rct.r4gychart Donitas37-A'S, Aug. rePair Foreign end Demesancs. g.,.nlnisd work 0' goed tone, Se ill a, mMho E1N 3rA frwnIO Wkll7 W JM5-UP PERSONAL you ye ,.ord our ods on ii. radio s.c popnr.$ Now .its up 0 yOu Come cn Out t',s stttrdoy Or*Id *MpMrIelCa frril'nd 'he *.hulna,,on of scoring it *fla io'lplon.-glider Our .aqp.uinced in tjuttr au1 be pleased ata t. ye. far o'' nhroduciory ride this soludcy Call 373079 for schedul'n oe.e 6 Ike Florda Sowing Ansociion U-liT461-r) LOST& FOUND flOTOGARP#RS any cc. iteetd im o pili cowp CodNil lo evait S 9259 0*.e 6 M45l-57.*) Lasi op camoss Gold kaae wufI des'g La.W 50 calculater bet W. TW-A -nt coed CIN4 3 -SfJP ItS bridge bound dwrsdoy r.4ght In st near unv l7'* $5 At far Wand. aSe .gI. m.ol.o vicini.4.o.r JonQ -a Dod. co. togs, no q.AslOct, ccli 377-7904, 392-2977 (1-32-z9-p) Kings,. bed cempile S-pec.ba*ed se Ttle lonpi D~g, c. h liin ootsui '-*'oc''d"r"*t' s M.r.em.r~n Twin bad, complete Heavy carpet 9K'2 $14995 599.50 SI fleech :E 7 m $19 50 1W,' OF OTHER RTEMS CASH OR TERMS Corn., of Ecu Univ St It Si Ac. Fran, the coorhoas S Wilson Dept Slat. SINCLAIR EATON 9 YEARS EXPERIENCE OBEDIENCE CLASSES TO START JAN 21-JAN 22 ALL BREEDS ACCEPTED POE INPOEMATnON CALL 37648221 IVENINGS 466-3|5 716 N. M AIN STREET The Free Movie J * S 0 Li V Is Back ngsto ft ft ft ft n ft A ND -winning role ft ft ft Tie Friday At 8:00 pm On Tho Grass By Tho Union 4 AN Li B Feat tire 'fr sal EVEVYhING MUST SE SOW FMCW TO MCVE OUR SCME NEW SOME USED nathan Original Score By Nell Diamond Jack Lemmon in his Oscar 4M.44.4 ~ O' -, :-

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Pog. l6, The independent Florldc AlIIIeor Thursdoy Jonuory 16 HICKORY SWEET Al Fauout2 EAea~ut. SAe. n eSay V Quont eyRjhi WINN Wi *,0m *d P1105 BOOS TINERS. JAll. 16 13111 MI. JAl. 22 $1 PACK 12-o. CANs 39 SAVE 34c Saran Wrai Handi-Wra1 -Dog Ration 5'A PW 'AmnC Softener.9 p ...''89c p ...'n' 47c ....i~ $ 519 .G" Dog Meal PUP4CW MCM Potatoes -hC --T-C&&II Potatoes 111kMg CI LUM Grahams ~; 75c 5 $149 ..87' Diapers ...'A' 99' Pudings ...4 a58' CakeMxes ..'ac 59' Spaghetti ...4 $ 100 rIM*t .Aic SAeuII'l Pears.2z $a 100 C*ACIN 0.00 Saltines Pastries ... Flaky Rolls. Pecan Twirls .. Flour .. I L". 210. 2 5 $100 79' ;. 88' a 68' Rice ... Chicken .. AMilk .. sAtuo t io m ssse Pizza 1W M OWCEiN *MSMOY.T 'I ...a99',frJ. he's .. .4 aZ 'I" Shrimp ... ....h' -3 .*** ... I iyaCy PCI 1fl*Onn .' $9" Potatoes. .2 .2 AL $J" *0. $100 ..59c .3M lesl '*53. U WUSA ~Q!yhue ITaM Its, SO. Ill Pr. I.k COO. *.a~J i&~. ?? No 5i. nau-m I tmYe IT~AM I LI P* 1401 N. MAIN ST. 130 N.W. 6&hST 3421 WEST UNIVERS~ftY AVE. OPEN SUNDAY 10.00 A.M.-7:O P.M. HIWAY 441, HIGH SPRINGS BUDWEISER LhL.T.A *AeN Wflt t**LA O flA SAWE DEODORAN $j29 Id -------.------.----EXT8e

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CL The. Independen* Morldo AIgaor. Thturudoy January 1&. 197 Pog. '7 cEUGlOUS Ouonlty ghs R. ,.ryed SAVE 11 .L.B 1-LB. PKG. Prucu NOS0 flMIb. JAN. 16 THEU WED. JAN. 22 Iu Wi 0 fl0N UboA C.40( FE TALMDGE .SANO pIRSM 'OS JAOA A'14POE WOMOR -W S PilO WICE Chuck Steak ...98c Chicken Franks .2 49c Neckbones ..49' Chick
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a ".9. ~8 h. ndependen. FRondo AMhIgo, Thnday January lb. 1975 It's soup'n sandy *(f) -'-Sx U / ch time at Publix. GOO0 C, )iir LI,; I I I 3Jh' -Y II Al, r IE~ *.vlky Sddh. yt .in .iha MltyMu.s. Cand. ies .. *,d ..to.ny h Sunee sm lum. jelly 30ems *T 574 2;576 S-.-. -* A. 7 .~~.93 C.p.II. sCheeky Chicken Soup. M.m. .id Camph.*. Chuuky Beef Premium Saltinos Sprinklelsweet Dog Ratio. ... Beam Sprouts L.nC7 yChnp .y Vegetales ,e, f., .hi. Ne. N".d. *utterucetch Morsels. PaperlTowels lustat Breakfast .C.C.e., Chips Ahoy Wefh to.,. ,*.nh.d .r,.= l,.t @ Label). 490 .x e Fab etergent. Palmolive Liqueid Dtadi.JySft, -. n M .... .s.,.,.,. DaylIm Diapers. Kosher Spears. not Cocoa Mix .. "t 39. "II.45* *::: 55' 'a-. 3 't45' 2.;;"I67' 7:.' 91' 't7 99*. 22-: 7* S t:* 39" :;' 2" 24.0 '9. 12.:" *ucunulia Cheese .'? r. Pizza S.& ray .';Visit Turts ..4* I. 34.e.,es*,,. all Qnateu--.s IdubeP ta.s. I, Seedless epefruit. S T.g. @rug Juce .., CrI*-oud.,.-u Pole mees -.-. Pi,,-.a.,.d., F'reahlggpla. Vt. PA: a r A 44 45. l39. 2 (wa0a fwpfe.ilkst

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SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'T W.rmv h ih INSPICTEC HEAVY WESTERN uEEF SALE to .a q.netihe.g V.ti' gI ti -s Sirloin Steak Beef Round Steak Key tlub Steak. Imperial Oven Roast Chuck Shoulder Roast Short Ribs ...* *roumd Beef with E.V.P. /uiumu I. $159 lb 1" lbsi lb 89 l, $129 l. b OAKeN NrA M I' 79* ib69 Genoa Salami .* .59* *akedmBeams .4* Bar-B-Owed Fryer. .8 9' Banana Pudding .:'39' -~ K ii I 4 .44) i W.d Noor, Jn I 5tha hu W.d NOOI, Son 22nd, I975 -ote Sud II '4 Fm0ux t gs TaylorChablis. l/5.$.89 Mg. Dawiug Apple Strawtutylti Maguisi .,.a. Si .9 Julius Kaywer Liebraumilch .I/5.St.lB 'I *ill ..y* .S. UvtteSank BSells. SI iclets.--WhIImg Cre am.*:; ; te. hd ;-. l SidAamerican .--S-t.--n---h -~h Min ser.Cli. Cm.M.nrd .1 '.' 29 U 'I. II.' i:, "Teez" Sips.-. Mild Cheddar ..--a Liked MeszereII. *k I3. a,. 49. ~-. 794 :ss si" 59' Eahy Shampo.* ......., .A e n ..v. ..I. l a n .-( 0.t HamdLton.----r lig.,.aet. .k.,.*'.I.*.L-.,., Yeetbpeste .*. 95 K. .F,.,a i*~ .e an''y"7. Meubtwash.-.a*a** 75 IL1: 'I this 7-Inch round French style Cheese Cake each With tasty almond filling, garnished with butter streusel, 1 2-oz assorted Iruit strip Coffee Cakes each89 Regularly 98e garnished with sliced nuts. this delicious 12 oz Golden Ring Rum Cake each69 Regularly 72c tasty White Mountain Dinner Rolls doz for 59. Sirloim Stock .,,.,,.l.C., mound Steak To .I. Rib Steak Chuck Roast .e., Chock .V* Pot Roast LOG CABIN COUNTRY $102 KITCHEN SYRUP 24-ct h~t 1.12 z E ds p~e.n 16 L FCLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE i@., si asumanummad I.m i--t-''F-"hte Tip Roust. O. .a-4.--, M-l'Slhort Ribs Beef fer Stew. S.-,-ad .Tv .t ..ot-t .e.-Small Shrimp .e .T. P.,. Tur bot Fillet *. $12" lb 69' lb 99. :r2 ir 99" where shopping pi'soSe WISTGATE SHOPPING CENTEE-W. University An. at 34th St. MALL-2630N.W. 13th Street GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CEN1ER-101 4N. Main Street MILLHOPMR SHOPPING CENTER41 15 N.W. 16th Myd. V U .C bTh. indep.ndent Flovido AlIgeto r Th ursday Jonuory 1$ 1975 Pogp 19 a CMRSH

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Peg. 20,. netrdependent florida Fri c asses sus pended Second. third and tourth period classes w Il be suspended in 1-riday. Jan. 17. t, atttndi the Inauguration of U F Prt'sident Robert Q. Mar ton at I) rnm in the I a proftssor wants, he mai insit cIliss he held, but the 'lea is hor all students. acuity Indl career service cmnployt's to attend," Robert A Hryan. Interim Vice President 'I Academic Aflairs 'aid. Bryan stressed first period classes should not he excused by professors, as it is not One ofthe suspended hours Career service employes w.ill he tllcwed to leave their lohs to attend the in atgurat in Assistant Personnel t itt .iwarc ot any coo Id not ml Wi they watnrcd ii itt. tht ph k10154 LDrector of Eagan. was not employee who nid the event if Naid only those ibsolteitcy needed till Ibe leqiircd it UF obtains rmi't .it loIN sIt; il l ories H I I~li .I *Nl~i Il .K piiildlii ha ssn hi Ln Sr ILI1thin1 (eolh'c Iii !~f | -l 'Ilii ii L' iiii t1ttd I I i 1 th I l oI t I .1 d li \ I I l i i i ciil ILSIalll alild! P. .11111 i\11ll li V I hii i I m I 1I lb LI 's I lt4 I 111%ll L 1 I ill tilie t'fll sL' It t hi Li ild 4oIYO WIoG, KARATE CI 'JUNO'I -U-lIRB A .9 Wet t,. A. A do it l, IL ii1' '\Il1 C otiii I1t2 IL't I.'e 'I Vli' I 4 4. A 11

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Florida AIlig ThiN~do1.Jonvory 36 1971. P, ator K w ~1 Go 'Fish with Barry Melt on I be -s h is comimg' Bairrs Melion. former lead guiltai oer ( 'wltrs Joe and the lishi wlI be at the Lorngbranch Saloon for the nevt three dis s jn e'citmne show by a (lntnnin ILjertoei ir is sure bet lhis i a .ioer gig bor Melton whc is on has "av to I lirope bor a "inter tour It sicnms Melton has been around for ages 'et he is only F oti should remenmbeMellon a' the funo; one in / F resign I heaters fim -"Zacharuab COUNTRY JOE and1 he Fish came mnto being wvhen Joe Mclhonald and Harry Melton stained a duo named (ount r' Joe an mlhe Fish G;uess ho was the Fish. Supposedly, Melton is credited for starting the banana peel ec'ntroverss Hit Parader magazine said that Melton started the whole banana thing" which subsequently rocked the gmernment all the w ay to the FDA. Melton is a trip in him,,elt In "Electric KnolAid Acid 1est Ioni Wolfe refers to a lug hand named the Instant Att on Jug Hind, a hand that Country Joe and Melton "ere respiln sibMe for founding. It soki jon't tinmk Melton hasn't been around take a look at the likes if the company he keeps. Anybody that was a part ol the San Francisco counter culture trip ends up on the list because Melton was the hilarous synthesis of all these people SUCH PEOPLE as Allen Ginsberg who Melton backed up at a reading in a San Francisco park summer before las!, Jerry Garcia, Bob Hunter, John Cippolina, Grace Slick. IDavud Freiberg. etc. in other words anybody in any way associated .iilh the Frisco hippie days ends up on the lit So. tot a hat of the nostaglia and a gander at a counter culture historian, maoke your way down to the Longbranch tonight. Friday or Saturday with 51.50 int your mitten and It' yours There will be three performances but once gbronch you're inside you can stay as long as you want. L. Bory Melto Itp f o h on rGet I. in the game II you aren t the athletic typc, here s your ch ante to be recognifed as a national champion I he J Wayne Reit, Union ganies area'" tpconming illCLmIII l to urn ament s ill dettrnimin the representatmes Ironm IF Jlor the Association ol College Umions In, lernat innals (ACU I) regional tournanmenl liiiMPER POOL, air hockey, bowling, and loosball CSellis Iegm i Monday Ja.n 20 anrd .1re open tI 'F st ud enis, stil iind hactalty. Winners ol these esent' wil not be eligible lot the region ots. hosteser. ( ess table tennis (men's and wotmer' smsigles nd di bles ,and mi i ed dotblen) poe ket billiards., te i ush toil ialliardis and sgiooker esenis aisti begim M1,,da to demane tgionial totarniment iepresciltati't% I lie regional tnharinmnts also being held it LI t ill be Feb ta through $ According to kill Fa ust. director ol the games iiCi. regiotial winners will be sent to the national touriiamelnt% at the expense of the ACUJI. il SUF Fest tonAight 1he 1975 UF Music Festival will begin tonight with a special performance honoring the inauguration of Dr. Robert 9 Marston as University president. Beethoven Ninth Symphony will be presented by the lJniversitv Symphony Orchestra and Festival Chorus directed by Peter Herman Adler at 8:30 in the tusiivcrsity Auditorium fhe same program will be presented again Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. VOCAL SOLISTS will be Veronica Tyler. soprano who recent K loined lhe LIF faculty. Maryellee ( aviagai. a mezzo-soprano will also solo. John Mc~olum. tenor soloist was recently appointed Shairman it the SOaLO department at the Unisersity of Michigan School tf Music. Noel l, baritone soloist was halted by Opera News mmarmnc a' "scally sLIperb. Severin Browne FI GvyiI~ There will be a surprise in store for you if you happen to stroll into Reef and Bottle next Monday and Tuesday nights. Jan. 20, 22. There will be a young singer on the stage you might or might not have heard ci. His name is Severin Browne. Chances are if you were in California somie where and this nme appeared you would probably know who he was, EVEN THOUGH he is Jackson Browne's brother, don't let this tool you. He is his own singer and songwriter if you can get a copy ,t has first album this becomes evident. fhe people backing him up on the album testily to this also, such as brother Jackson. [inda Ronstadt, John David ,Souther, and Sneaky Pete Klelnow Ironm Flying Burruto Brothers. Admission is SI. Apple Tree "I hr Apl I! icc three musicals Ibr the piitc ol ine wsall be presented by the New N irk I heatre (v., in' a dinner theatre spt'nsortd bs Pie J Wasnte Unit I 'nor Mark I "alpmiuDrs of \dnim and F>e." ak N St'ekron\ rhe lad; or lhe r iie Ind Jules eIcafers "Pawonli." miake 'p a trtaly delectable packte I theit ried cntertamminent THllIIE4 tor Pie \pple lice LComis to us troi, Jemi &ck anid Sheldon Harnick. ile jiithsirs of such hats "-iddlei in the RitE .ind timel lo Hick nIote the miusk. while No unick vitcr lie Krics Ihe \cs hoik theatre C Ompanhfl iS ide up of .t I ielgular Broadw.as -.'1~ blossoms pertormers, Loch and every )tne dewervimg a 'torn i itself I he cast is Martin Ikst nmt, Rob Crantors. Jim H ay, Valerie Im Miller, I .adii Roberts. Jeffrey Rockwell. and lDenniN Warring. lAd id Roherts is seen on sci cce nm Pa ramlouin N ill "iGodfather lI." while lDenmni W anrIng appear' in ins [litmrans ncewh released film (It I enny I he dlirner-Itatre production 'ill he ottercil inc might only, Friday. Jan, 24. at I 10 pn St udenh rickets are S4 .50 and niin-Si tcnt ickets are S6OO. 'lick us are turre'nth~ i sale at the Unive.t o K I I, NT Music beginAs j 4.

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P.9.20 U. Independent Florid. Fri. classes suspended Second. th rd and fourth period kaIses will he siuspendcd on I-riday, Jan 17. ., Wllow siiidenti and faculty inlc ritd Ih mv auglrat ion ol LI -'rtfl Ien ( Robert C). Marstou ii II) j mn in the r Ioridia (rs "II ) rtoleor wants, he rmay insist LIJs be held, but t he 'Iea is loall students, faculty and career 'cervice employcs lo attend," Robert A Hryan, Interim Vice 'resident ofAcademic Affairs said. Bryan stressed lirnt period classes should not be excused by professors. as it is not one -of the suspended hours. Carter 'ervice emiployes will he alcowcd to ceave their lobs to attend the inauguration Assist ant Director of Personnel tilit Eagan. was not jwarc of any employee who could not attend the event if hey wanted to impIl ,,es~ Pbuteclv needed tor hc ihnical irinnnmg ol the ci'l'visirs u 'Ii bt 'e&tiircd ti UF obtains dormitories F lii Is L~iii~ [iil1ti Punm| ild tt l i i I il-N S so sellthe lL ( nt i on Ic he iht ship I Iho I ilt 0 int i ts iI a ofL hitaus h ao dus u m s i iltll ll itlleI' A m-eultlsah a ft ac mheapron~ieuihe h S ida 14 4 Ah
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Florida Augi Ihu.sioy, Januory 14. 1975. P W.2 -U 'Fish FORMER FASH Barry Melton stops off at the Lotn Go Get in the game lI you aren't the athletic type. here s your chance to be recognhzed as a national champion. I hr i Wayne Heft, Union games area's upcoming ill'animis tournament 'ill deternmmve the represent atiues Iron' Iiior the Association of College [Inions In, lernaional's (ACU I) regional tournjnment RhUMPER POOL, air hockey. how ling, and loosball Asenis lwgmi Monday Jan 20 and arc open to LF students. 51t11 mnd faculty. Winners of these e'cnt' il nol be cligiblt tor I he regionals, ho' ever (hess. table teiniis Iiment and w.omcns single' and Iqiubles aind ned doubles) pocket billh.rdIs, three ciishioti billirds .ind snooker e'en:' also hegit Mlonldt to derInc region a tournann rep rese ntat i'es, I lhe regional toourn .1mients a ho heiiig held a t 'FEill 'e Iel, 6 through fliea Atcording to kill Faust. director of the game' irnt. region at i nners '.ill be 'cini to I he naT ,nal lt) urnant CA ii the expense of' the ACUI. r UF begins Fest tonight t'he 1975 UFI Music Festival will begin tonight with a l special performance honoring the inauguration of Dr.Robert 9. Marston as University president. Beetho'en Ninth Symphony will be presented by the U i iersityv Symphony Orchestra and Festival Chorus directed hk Peter Herman Adler at 8:30 in the University AudIitorium I he same program will be presented again F riday evening at 8 15 p m VOCAL SOLUSTS '.111 he Veronica Tyler, soprano who retenuly joined the UF 1
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tyt~ 9 Jackson work on By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sports Writer rhr(,ughout Henry Jackson's entire wresthng career, the m9i-pounder has been associated wit winnng team' arnd has been a wimner hinmell. Jackson's Coral City high school team won two Florida State championshipss while he placed third and second his pumior anid senior years respectively. AT MIAMI DADE Junior College his team had little trouble with their competition and Jackson finished second his first year in the Junior College Nationals and third his second year Since transferring to UF last year. the brawny grappler has lost only once in dual meets and last year won the Southeastern conferencee (SEC) title, qualifying him for the NCAA championships. So it's nio winder the senior Irom Miami has been staying .ttter practice this week to work on some of the 'little things"' that make a winner. "I'M NOT DOING it lot of things like I did last year, so I've been working on straightening them out." Jackson said. A major reason bor the extra work is that the Gator has been plagued by a groin injury this season. It possibly cost him his lirst dual meet loss this year since coming to UF. BUT AFTER the Gators' last match (a 29-5 triumph over Alabama) and a 10-0 victory over his opponent, it seems his injury is healing. "The ulled muscle is still bothering me a little but shouldn't itfect my wresting the rest of the year, he said. "i'm not going to let it.'' UF Wrestli d that in the Alabama match Jackson looked like his old self but added he'll be even better as the season moves al ong. SCHNEII)ER, A former UF wrestler and the first Gator to aim the SEC has been helping Jackson on the "little things" this past 'teek. He thinks highly of his 190-pounder. 'Henry's a natural wrestler. He uses a combination of speed. strength, and balance and that's why he's as good as he is." While Schneider thinks highly of Jackson the same is true about the way Jackson feels about his coach and teammates. "GARY IS VERY knowledgable about wrestling and has been helping me work on the things I kwno* I have to do in order to win.'' he said. 'The team is very close and everyone respects each other," Jackson added. His teammates showed their respect when they elected him co-captain along with Tim Granowitz. the Gators' 142pounder. The Gators' co-captain hopes someday to coach wrestling. 'My goal is to become a coach and produce a Winner," he said. And if the Jackson tradition continues, he will certainly produce a winner--most likely mote. -hl by teesrn UFS HENRY JACKSONl .0. rOre opportunity to relax UF swimmers face Georgia in SEC meet By LOUISBDRANCACCIO Alligator Sports Writer I he (,ator ',wini cam "will not run away'' with the UF('eorgid swim meet this Friday in Gainesville and it should be g 1ood ionlttst. 4sst Swim Coach Pete Orschiedt said this week 'We w ill probably fluctuate our lineup and swim people in dIilitretl e'enrs." ()rschiedt said. THIS TACTIC 0't using immners in events they normally In not s'.inm hs usually done when one team knows they are gmea hit stronger than the opposing team. "I he (icorgiah meet will also give us a chance to look at a ltes ncw people that could not come on our last road trip.' ()rsth cdt sud.l The swimmers last road trip included stops in Tallahassee and Tuscaloosa. Ala., where the Gators dropped their first two dual meets of the season to bring their record to 3-2. It was the first time in six years that the tankmen dropped Iwo meets in a row. "WE WOULD have liked to have won." Orschiedt said of the Florida State and Alabama losses. Orschiedt said despite the losses he does not expect the swimmers to let down. "We have been working the swimmers very hard. We don't iend to let up on them.' he said. One of the swimmers problems, which will probably hurt them all year long, is their lack of depth. UF lost a lot of good prospects to other schools. Orschiedt said, many of whom had narrowed their choices down to UF and oneother school. "bWE RECRUITED four very good freshmen but we really needed seven, or eight." Orschiedt said. Orschiedi said with UF's obvious lack of depth dual meets this year will not always come out in the Gjators favor. "If we can sacrifice this and swim well in the SEC and NCAA we will be very happy," Orschiedt said. THE GEORGIA MEET, which begins at 3 p.m. will be followed orn Monday with a dual meet against Auburn. Auburn has already beaten UF in the Tulane Relays held in December. "Auburn is very strong. They have the best coach in the United States. He gets more out of his swimmers than any other coach." he said. Orschiedt and many other Gators swimmers know the Auburn coach well. Eddie Reese, the coach, left U F where he was an assistant coach, for the head coaching job at Auburn in 1972. Coqj' 0~S Restauat Motel a Lounge Gourmet Fresh Seafoods SnapperLobster --' Scallops Crab Claws Mullet Shrimp 'Trout Rock Shrimp IUneoidAra Ston Crb CawsPrivate Parties Ewerythibg Prepared Fresh For You bock of tne Colleqe Inn On Fobruoty 28. time runs out for you to enroll in the 2-year Air Force ROTC Program on this campus. And here's what you'll be missing: $100a month, tax-f ree, duringyour junior and senior years. the chance to win a full Air Force scholarship (including tuition, Iab fees, the works). macihallengi~ng job as an Air Force officer upon ma ftuewhere the sky"snoliit Contact AIR FoRCE ROTC DET, 1$0 at "92'"' (Available only having at least graduation.) to 2 college juniors academic years or students left before SPUT IT ALL TOGETHER IN AiRFOACEROTC wins "Iittke with things mig Coach Gary Schneider Saic The Independent Florida Alligator SOT N I t I. I. L TOT AL COMPOSITION% TYPESETTING, DARKROOM, PASTE-UP ASK UiS ABOUT PRINTING R AT ES Campus Communications Inc. 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percent off the U eof U item any he ng Ameian hop ntowfl. ThgV~a ngA~e~co Sr~ ;s c esN *e T9h. Independent florjdc Aihigotor Thursday. January 4 1975. Pag. 23 All roads lb PAl A liia or Mt GRA IH Spurts Writer I Editors Naole: This is 'he rai or a t'.o part sea-leton "hat an Alligator sports swrlter Pat McGrath found In NC,4 Orleans during the Super Ilotid 10:45 P.M. SATURDAY -Ncew Orleans during Super Howl wcek .'as a mass i'e sea .4 humanity insanity pre' ailed as most everyone had time to get a little water tinder the belt,. All the uproarious characteristics of pro toothall stadIum (obnoxious shouting, beer gunling. personal verbal abuse toward the opposition) took over the Mardi-Gras playground. The Minnesota people. by that time, numbered the sane as their Pittsburgh counterparts, hut sonic seemed to he in awe of the whole situation. 'This is our third stop. baby.' noted a man from Bloomington who was dressed as a Viking complete with purple horns, beard, and sword tied to the belt, "Those kIds irom Pittsburgh are going to choke." As the hours raced by. we continued to see Steeku people adorned in way nut clothes and saying way out things. One mhan standing outside orintlinh wOre U gold led to game sponed I cOld hi ith SIeelci iek 'r, the sie.n a lashimg police cii stsl Ic ed 'Whs ot'ihcy sard lhen ,aske'd n ouke got to get into the spit it it this im.'' \no' her Pit slwurghe,' i t gold hardha, 'sith the accompain img decals screamned. "Brad Girant arnd UIysses S couldiii lheltp the Vakings (irt of this me"s.' And oi io the lmght it ueni. The Ire-tlowing fun 5311ce continued so floss inte the da,.n as the nmassve throng "as tired wi th estacy at the thought of The Game now being merely hours away. 12:30 P.M. -Mode it to fulane Stadium and decided to locate outside of it and observe the flow atf spectators. Interesting personalities were the order of the day. Ironi upper-class oil executives to everyday free-loaders. Three of the latter whom we met were attempting a 'i rid-thecountry escapade with no money, While listening In their tales of siphoned gas tanks and unpaid meal cheeks. I came upon the inkling that the Super Bowl thing was where it's at lbr every social class in the country. From aristocrats to those three characters. all roads, this day. led to New Orlean. 2:15-5:17 P.M. -Art Roones ntil 42 'er' lor he mpe ,'atttrtr h had "in Ilhe \'kirm inr.M WVmnte .im the thid time s.rid, 'Mtasbe nest sell Roores. 'w hioudht the Steelers am I 0f2 for $2.5{E. endured tot, decades ot tirtin and ni"w the cham,gptonship, as his ,tid PittI he Siceler ltins. ot ho Ine, m1 I t pcal d isplay ol w armith olid itlecttorn. said. "Tiws desence it more than I.,s ere r;aried tmn heir diisploys of emotion. France Harris' Italhan Army exhorted theirgzenetal's record I5 >aids w th th,. endless cry. "Franco! Eranc,! Franco!" One lady broke into tears of joy. "I can't believe it.' %he sobbed. 'The Super Boyd. it's ours." Fimuions 1C1C mvixed on the V ikinM side, too. Some cried. Other. shrugged inditlerently. Sonic tatis feared that this was the Vikes last shot for a long time. They have quite a tew old players and the irustrotion olthree loses nmay be too much. A!, defensive tackle Alan Page put it. "There were somic guys out there who didn't want to win bad enough." 9:30 P.M. -All good things must Comie in in end. What a trip (iood-b'ye New Orleans. Isok Iorw&. A ti seeing you zrgain RU Em gatur El RED VE LAET L OUNGE 2ii 5.W. 101. Ar. Cm C,., Pic F~ee D 'Jo! _r___ __ hey Inc aides I. lute torn te and mayonai,5 Turkey Wale BrasO Roast BS.t US Choice) Corn Beef Ham gLEU Salami ( Genoal PastraiTr aSolad Bologna SI. 3g I ivoiWijt Cheese Swist. Aserca A llen's own HO T Roast Reel 'a natural Gravy on Ire,!, rench bread'' LIPS (Hall Sub SI 25% DRINKS L emon ide Cokle oTa Root Beer Walk While Walk -Choc. Iced Tea FREE DELIVERY w'ih ninasn. 25 order:y tO an,. Ia 12-30 am D AYS'' --.-Sc t'c COMUiATIU4S SPECIAL-OF-THE.HAUS 3 *,eat treat wit distc, I.,:, and our own special hiss dressmg with cheese 53.14 ITALIAN' SITS t,. & Gem. Sata.mitd' Pievo. Oh. gernash sm hute. ternte CI. pion pchlc, and out owns Haus dressing, RDAST BEEF, TUJRKEY, HAM SALAMIor CORN BEEF S~LO0 Yourcth,,ce oI te seat and cheese, and letuce, tosato and *avetaise. A TOMIC ARABIC Si10F A spicy sub on a arabac bead with a ssrtmest meal, and ec.,.s watt lettuce, tern t,, cains *,ckles and peppers with Kaus dressing THE IS' 5 Loosen yOur 0.11 a bit wd crest yourown FEATIJNES-CHAR.SROILED' TT DOG 'Char roi aP I MU: Dut ordeiey e sendey 10 *e30 .,. LUcea.eJ dt.h Snwb. 7.e Detenr Seer Il so ON WHITE, Ry.Whole Wheal. French or On,." Roll Reast Be$ (Choica) Ha. Corn BcsI S*I**i (Genea) Egag Salad Be I, ga L ve rw ist or Prevolome) (Cheese, French or Oaaien Roll Potato Salad ICe S se Sic BAGELS teggor onion) **tt butler ci Cream Ctt.,, DESSERT We serv, addeliver so, ienh aed *'th NEw, amu Chocelale E CL AlI I 'Fu u r Give us a caUli .Zi.377.651d .4 -.a hans

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Fog. 24. IIh. independent Flord AlIgafor Thurdoy Jonuory 16 975 Auburn UF sil s ack It Icnflhfut Li i f l m)2iL hi I ike a kgredt mligian tutjIIs bitt], toch and abhf mtiishetI W ELL, A UBURN'S f-ddie Johnwrn muses, worked his own special kind Alies Mondav night Johnson exposes of 'fie mghis *uilnce SO tile' the mlai oI thOUsand i ol magic Ii Alligator Anrd because of lbhis, the Gators seemed to hi -w a-.AUBURN GUARD EDDIE JOHNS' thrives on pressure and abt r THERE S MORE ro SEE WITH '1inn' tiP' N iws New York sa E ~rwe 2F M statlors on I \ (rlortnehs md1 9 FM afld 4 AM darons on the FM bard TELEVI$ION CABLE CO. INC. 522 N. MAIN ST h ~ SAMSON m'DIm leers' 'X Iiel-> /woI4if St4( MSO :108 RIth DLI dueni 3')21(1)8 d general' RICK ADELMYAN 'an shed 26 poia li the "hole I roni the still earls SEC F-ddie the SFR' leading But he did much more second hall title race. scorer last year, poured in than score. HeI controlled 'Oe Icrmporarilh WHEN THAT WHISTLE bhiw. Eddie began running and scoring and stealing halls and running and running and ruinn Bob Hase; oncte the world's fastest human. would ha'c beer proud. The (,ators found themselves playing catch-up. Mainly it wa' catch up to "Fast" Eddie Johnson looked itke he invented the fast break, especially the was i uddke man should handle the break situation. At time'. Johnson dribbled faster than the Gators ran DEFENSIVELY, Johnson was ah'ays moving and frequently getting his hands on the ball. Either he would steal it to create his own break. or knock the ball loose to disrupt the Giator;' continuity. And evervtime 1ohnson made a good play, he'd let every human being in the Alles know it. A wide grin wotld spread across his face as he shook his fist towards the stands. When one Gator fan verbally abused Johnson. vho was standing at halfcourt, he calmly extended his right middle linger and pressed his hand to his head itn an "ellort" to hide his gesture BY THE ENI) of the evening. Johnson had more than 5.%X enemies He had uolated a sacred law ihou shalt not make gesture' to, crowd .nd get away with it Fhat's the most amazimg part oflJohnson's game. [he man actually thrives ('f pressure and abuse. I he more, the better. [he louder the shouting, the better he shoots,. Not many athletes can make that claim. Only one in many wIl tell 'on that they love being hated. R)R THIS REASON alone. Johnson is unique. But more importantly. Johnson may have exposed the Gators weakest Johnson is a leader auburn rallied around him-and as of set .i "ake charge" guy has not emerged from the Gator ON ranks. usO the Gators don't need .i m agieian-snly a leader. r L -iPK "The Original Rugby Jersey" On Saee Rn goc0 Now 15.95 100 percent cotton her,.y cut big *tr. long -Avaiable in 20 dkff. '@1o comb'natsons and all sizes You can't bn*f .Rugby shirt tor warm??, StyC, and Rd around comfort' uAgi 9 S aUsh 9.71. 94m /1 W 375.09' Sorority All Uof F women are invited to come by the house and meet us. Sat. Jan. 18 For more information HEY SOPHOMORES! DID You Room 107 1 :0-5:00 372-1212 call KNOW : eTher. is a two-year Leadership Development Program in ARMY ROTC just for you? *You receive $100 a month during your lunio r a nd senior years? cA Second Lieutenant's stoning salary is about $10,000 per year? W HAT DO ES IT COST YOU? LTC John Carlin, Van Fie Hall 'I: N 392-1395