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WEDNESDAY


Florida Alligator JAN. 22, 1975


67 NO. 65UF

Published by Campus Communications Inc. Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida
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." ,:. : library funds to be cut $115,000 I



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By TOM SHRODER and Law school Dean Richard Julin meet on Thursday.In i < 3t Ff,f i Y
Alligator Staff Writer
December, UF libraries were hit by a freeze of operating
capital. New book purchases were halted in the university
UF libraries are faced with another budget cut, this time
amounting to $115,000. libraries but subscriptions, standing: orders with publishing
and orders before Dec. 3 to
companies plaed were permitted
Grace W. Taylor director of the law school library said continue.
Dr. Robert Bryan UF vice president for academic affairs,
requested $65,000 from the law library and $50,000 from the The fate of even these cutbacks will be uncertain until a
university libraries.DR. final decision is made probably on Thursday

GUS HARRER, UF libraries director said last week ALTHOUGH the freeze of operating capital that stopped
the libraries could probably come up with about $100,000 by book purchase in university libraries forced the release of
Umitng expenses to subscriptions presently being received and 50,000 state dollars from the law library there was enough
by eliminating the binding of periodical collections. non-state book ''allocations to allow the law school to continuenear
Taylor said the law school library could not save $65,000 by normal activity.Dr. .
eliminating binding.
Harry Sisler dean of UF's Graduate School, said last
"Our binding budget is only $6,000 a year. That leaves week he hoped further cut-back in library budgets would be
about $3,000 for the rest of this year.,. .only a drop in the unnecessary. '
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bucket "That could 'impair one of the main functins of a

NEW BOOK purchases are only one sixth of the law university" he said. 1 ?
library's total budget. The bulk of savings probably would
THE CUTS necessitated UF's
were by budget deficit of 1iii'
have to come out of standing orders for hard bound volumesof
about $1.5. million.
Florida court records, Taylor said.
Bryan said including the library cut UF has done
The court records are the "basic textbooks" for UF law everything possible to eliminate the deficit.
students Taylor-said. administrators' will meet today with State University
Because more than J 1,000 law students need access to the System officials to discuss possible. solutions to the continuing
records, the library maintains three copies of most volumes. financial problems. '
"We'll probably start cancelling multiple copies," Taylor State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said last
said.TAYLOR week the university system could not come to UF's aid. DR. GUS HARRER
SAID a final decision will be made when Harrer "There is no slack" Mautz said. .Director of UF libraries


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'Total woman'



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gets her man


By LESLIE GOLAY
Alligator Staff Writer

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Want to make your man happy? .
Dress up in an "outrageously sexy outfit." And answer his
'
,: every whim with "yes master, no master."
,
: THAT IS THE advice of Lynda Killingsworth, instructor of
} the Total Woman Inc. course, currently being taught at the

,, University United Methodist Church.
.
f r J 'Within three weeks you will no longer smile in public and Ir j

cry at your sink," Killingsworth told more than 100
Gainesville women Monday night.
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; ........ The course subtitled "How to Get Your Husband to
.- Adore you" was designed for women who want to make their
husbands happy Killingsworth said.

,,' The soft-spoken brunette assured the group they would "be

:,!'; f., t the happiest women in'Gainesville" by the time the course
ends.

1 I, KILLINGSORTH instructed the group on basic ground
rules which will help them have a "happy husband and happy .
'.y marriage."
''r. Be available to your husband at all times even if you are a
working girl.Never .
call another woman after 6:00 p.m. or your
i husband will jealous. If you do need to call limit it to one


r IS minute.Your husband wants you soft sweet smelling,touchable,
/ y r i and available like you used to be when you were dating so
you'll have to change your image.
... Think of yourself as a super housewife and be efficient in
the things you do. Your husband will be so pleased if he sees
I that you are organized and the children will become
organized also. ,.

\, .. Don't spend the night out with your girlfriend or your
husband will get jealous.

.. Basically women enjoy being a wife and a mother.
,- .. Mr
'vV o A man can stand almost anything except boredom.
A woman, has the power to send her husband into orbit

,' anytime,tfic wants.
.I .. . '."'!' SHE ALSO SAID that wives must accept admire appreciate
: V ; : and themselves to their husband's of life.
"lln2t; ( etfOAJ pA Ngl-J.t4 Wei"tit+" 9t+6 D9'A!! .Ial2' adapt way

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WASHINGTON (UPI)- President Ford said Tuesday he along with a series of tariffs and excise taxes which would raise protect itself from "strangulation" by the Arab bloc just as
will veto a mandatory gasoline rationing program if the the price of gasoline. ,heating oil and electricity by$30 billion a any nation holds the right "To protect itself against death."
But another embargo comparable to the 1973 Arab
oil
Democratic Congress passes it instead of his program to embargo
curtail energy consumption by driving fuel prices higher. year.Ford said'he would issue a proclamation this week to impose "certainly" would not constitute "strangulation," he
Ford said (gasoline. rationing would have to stay in effect for a $1 tariff on all oil imported' after Feb. 1 despite an said.
live to 10 years would limit motorists to about nine gallons of attempt by Sens. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., and EdwardM.
he would ask for
gasoline a week and would be unfair to commuters and rural Kennedy, D-Mass.,to block it for 60 days. ,Gave assurances Congress a declarationof
Americans. liE CONCEDED he was "horrified" to find himself war before committing troops to force in the Mideast in
"THERE IS no easy solution and 1 never promised one," proposing deficits of$30 billion and $45 billion for the current such, an event. He said the entire question is "hypothetical."
the President said at a nationally televised and broadcast news and next fiscal year but contended they were vital to stem the .Said he would press Congress, despite his moratorium on
conference in which he defended his economic and energy recession. The President predicted the economy would stage"a new spending programs, to provide $300 million in additionalaid
programs against Congressional hostility. turnaround" by mid-summer. to bolster the morale and the security of South Vietnam.He .
Ford has porposed SI 2 billion in Income Tax rebates on On other matters, Ford: said Saigon's troops were defending themselves againstthe
1974 earnings and a permanent reduction in income tax rates .Said the United States reserved the right to go to,war to Communists "skillfully and with firmness.... "



Wednesday/A Editorcapsule J. GENGLER Inflation rate dropsThe I



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purchasing power of workers rose above the ate of economy to curb recession and unemployment by makingmore
Israel asks U.S. inflation in December for the first time in six months, the and cheaper credit 'available.
government said Tuesday. One economist called it "ex- Despite the smaller increase in the Consumer Price Index,
tremely cheerful news." the rate of inflation for 1974 was 12.2 per cent, the highest
In Washington, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon said since the prices rose 18.1 per cent when World War II con
for military aidUPI the lower increase in the cost of living confirms "that the trols were lifted in 1946. Following World War I, prices rose
inflation rate is going to come down." 20.5 per cent.High .
( !) -'Israeli government sources said Friday Israel has BUT,SIMON added, "We are still going to have a built-in
asked the United States for $2.5 billion in military' and rate of inflation that is going to be unacceptable and this is court rules for women
economic aid for the 1975-76 fiscal year beginning July 1. going to take years..to bring back down."
State Department officials in Washington placed the total The Bureau of Labor Statistics said the inflation rate of 0.7 WASHINGTON (UPI) The Supreme, Court ruled 8-1
figure at about $2.1 billion, including $1.5 billion for military per cent in December was lower than the rise in purchasing Tuesday that women as a class may not be excluded from jury
equipment.In power-what's left for spending after tax and price increases lists.The
Paris, Egyptian President Anwar,Sadat said ,in an in- for the first time since June.. Spendable income rose 0.6 opinion by Justice Byron R. White said that if excluding
terview with the newspaper Le Monde he was ready to sign a per cent after five months steady decline. women or granting them' an, automatic exemption
peace treaty with Israel and that a new Middle East "Take home pay power is finally on rise and December results in a jury pool that is almost all male, a criminal
war involving the threat of a U.S.Soviet confrontation would retail sales show that when prices are right, people will buy," defendant would be denied the Constitutional right to an
erupt if Israel refused to negotiate an over-all settlement."I said Irwin Kellner, economist at Manufacturers Hanover impartial jury.
am ready to conclude a peace accord with Israel and Bank in New York. "It is extremely cheerful news." The decision in a Lousiana case reversed the kidnapping
respect the undertakings arising from such an agreement," ECONOMISTS also were encouraged by the Federal conviction of Billy J. Taylor, who was sentenced to life in
Sadat said. Reserve Board's decision to pump $1.1 billion into the prison.

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I Financial aid appeal ,gets more money for UF. I



ByTERRISALT financial affairs director. TURNER SAID he appea 1 ed this decision by submitting a
Each year UF requests funds for student financial aid survey showing the high cost of living at UF The Office of
Alligator Staff WriterA programs. The Federal Office of Education (regional branch) Financial Affairs Conducted a survey of apartment rents and

believe UF exaggerated the cost of housing, books and 'foodon book and good costs as evidence he said.A .
request for an allocations increase for student financial t its funding request, and. therefore, allocated a reduced $900,000 increase was,approved by the regional office
.programs was approved Monday, said Ira D. Turner, student amount in December. Turner said. after reviewing the survey, Turner said. '

The final amounts approved by the office for three major
Qualifications 1\ student financial programs from July 1, 1975 to June 30,
1976 are :
2.5 million for National Direct Loans;
$1.2 million in college work study programs;
lowered; more G $1.1 million supplemental a! educational opportunitygrants.

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"WE ARE satisfied with this decision ,of the regional
to "t appeals panel. It is an increase of approximately 10 per cent
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money needyBY over last year's allocation," Turner said.

Turner explained that the increase is due to the rising cost
DEBBIE IBERT I of education and the increase in UF enrollment.
Alligator Staff Writer "Probably 5,000 students will be involved in these

programs with, $1,200 per.student," Turner said.
Students in need of financial assistance may now collect
more because their parents pay less.
The College Scholarship Service (CSS) and the American IRA D. TURNER
College Test, two national agencies which evaluate student .reports aid increase BOR confirms .HarrisMarshall
financial needs have lowered the estimated
amount a student Turner said he expects a 5 per cent increase in financial aid
can receive from his parents and still be for aid.
eligible
applicants. Fifty-five per cent of UF students already receive Harris was confirmed as a member of the Boardof
MOST FAMILIES will be expected to contribute less thanin some assistance, he said. Regents (BOR) by the Florida Cabinet Tuesday.
previous years. It "basically reflects the cost of living ALTHOUGH no new aid programs are being added to Harris was appointed to the Board by'Gov. Reubin Askew
increase in the parents' budget" Student Financial Affairs supply additional money, Turner said UF has "sufficient the first week of January to succeed Carolyn Pierce. He will
Director Ira D. Turner explained.The funds to meet any qualified need." serve a nine-year term. .
increase in awards will average about $80" Turner Students seeking financial aid are required to apply for the The former state representative from Miami, said he "will
said."It'll Federal Basic Eduational Opportunity Grant. This foundation be looking at enrollments very closely."
make a modest difference to individuals," he con funds students with almost total need, those who'have Harris pushed for investigations of graduate "enrollment
tinued. "A student who showed a need for $1200 last year borrowed and worked and still come up ,short. ,padding" last spring.
may be increased to $1,290. One who needed $1,600 mightbe "We require students to check this grant first so if they
awarded $1,710." qualify,they' won't be using up resources in another program
UF USES the CSS evaluations of the parents' ability to that someone else needs," Turner said. Aid applications available

contribute to a students support to determine what aid the Florida residents can ,also apply directly to the State
student is eligible to receive. Department of Education for the Florida Student Assistance Applications for 1975-76 Florida Student Assistance
ACCORDING TO TURNER, changing the income Grant.In Grants for undergraduate students are now available at
evaluation curve"increases the allowance for family expenses, addition to state and federal assistance, Turner Tigert Hall in room 23.
therefore reducing the amount of resources parents can be suggested students investigate UF's basic program of deferred The applications must be completed and mailed to the
expected to give the student." loans and work study programs. State Department of Education by March 1, '1975.The .

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I HEW to evaluate affirmative action supplementBy I


In his letter to UF President E.T. York explaining
the in
JANET PARK account specific problems discovered by
Alligator Staff Writer spectors.In campus corrections needed in the May 1973 plan, Bryson asked for

it required a plan more detail on UF's future plans.
Within 60 days the evaluation of UF's affirmative action 1973 this policy was changed. ; now UF had its response to this letter ready by April, 1974. This I
plan supplement should be completed by the Department of with or without an inspection.UF HEW opportunity was the version of UF's affirmative action plan in which the
Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), according to an HOWEVER,was inspected by equal six: deficiencies to be corrected were cited. J
HEW official. specialists. :

Louis O, Bryson, chief of the Higher Education Branch of robbers
for
the Office for Civil Rights, said Tuesday he couldn't commenton FBI searches county IBy I

whether the supplement will be acceptable:
THE SUPPLEMENT was prepared over the past two STUART EMMRICH HESTER SAID he was "upset" by earlier statements by
months to correct six deficiencies HEW found in UF's'plan.. Alligator Staff Writer FBI agents that a "substantial" amount of money was' takenin

The original highly detailed 100 page plan was submitted to the robbery.
HEW on May II, 1973. A 10 page plan had been submitted Two young? bank robbers ,were still at large Tuesday at 5 "It was not a significant amount, compared to the importance
early in 1973.Between p.m., after pulling a daytime ,holdup Monday at the First of getting these two women back safe," Hester said.
the submission of the first plan and the May 1973 Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mid-Florida, at the Two women hostages, bank manager Sue Collins and teller
plan, the federal requirements for affirmative action plans Gainesville Mall. Barbara Holt, were taken by the robbers and released near

changed. FBI spokesman Jerry Hale said agents were searching in Melrose a short time later.
ALL INSTITUTIONS receiving federal funds are requiredto northeast Alachua County for the two males. THE ROBBERS took, Holt's yellow Toyota station wagon
put into action a plan to help women and minority workers HALE SAID the police knew how much money was stolen when they left the bank, but the car was found by police late

gain a proportionate place in the nation's work force. by the robbers,but refused to release the amount. Tuesday morning west of Hawthorne.FBI .
Before the submission of the detailed May 1973 plan, "That's the prerogative: of the institution," Hale explained.Bank agents were concentrating their search in that area,
public universities were to be inspected by the HEW. They president Robert Hester also refused to give the according to Hale. He said police did not know what kind of

would then write their affirmative action plans, taking into amount-but termed it an "insignificant amount." transportation the robbers were using.E1wrfrIlThMaL. .

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PAPERBACK JUST OUT IN! Women's committee requests

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iI0lliVi4IiV i By LESLIE GOLAY

Alligator Staff Writer
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The President's Committee on the Statusof Women voted

:4 Tuesday to make an urgent request for a,meeting with UP
President Robert 0. Marston concerning directions he has for
the committee.

The committee is one of four UF committees that report ,4 ed' Gsy rr

directly to the president, and Marston has not yet met with
them. >

Interim Affirmative Action Coordinator Dr. Dorothy Nevill

presented UF's affirmative action plan to the committee for '
review. photo by John moron
JOHN GARDNER'S"wonderful DOROTHY NEVILL
SOME MEMBERS expressed concern over the system for
,Presented affirmative action plan
.remedying possible promotion tenure and salary inequities.
misshapen Valentine ofa
Members were concerned about whether it would work and THERE WERE also two student
novel.. the most affecting love new appointments to the
requested more data for future meetings. committee Edna
Saflyand Cindy Shellenberger were
in ap-
story //
ages.CosmopofanNOMINATED The committee voted to ask Marston to call for an investigation pointed by Student Government. Shellenberger- was appointed -
FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD into the decision by the Board Managers of the Monday as SG director of women's affairs. '

$1.75 writrtv*>rpaptrbacks a r sold J.Women's Wayne Reitz Union to move the National Organization for The committee agreed to look into the absence of female

BALLANTINE; BOOKS: Dean Phyllis office M.space.Meek was elected new chairperson of the Accent It is also speakers.collecting data on day care centers for children_ of

committee, replacing Dr. Glenna Car students. '




UFF pushes for April election: I I IBy




UM .MM:::;t..mol1.more. Alligator GARY Staff BALANOFF Writer Included in the contract is tjie) requirement of a "salary
floor" for employes. Besides the minimum, there will be an
opportunity for merit increases.
Collective bargaining strategy and discussion of the latest One of the goals of the workshop was to emphasize the
PICK THE MORE bargaining news were the themes of the United Faculty'of importance of the faculty representatives within the UFF.
Florida (UFF)
collective
bargaining campaign '
workshop "THERE IS NO guaranteeing we won't become another
YOU LIKE Saturday at the Catholic Student Center. Teamsters Union," Dr. Norman Markel, UFF president, said.
THE
MOST UFF is
pushing for election
an to determine faculty He said the faculty representatives are the only defense
collective bargaining agent as soon as it is feasible.
Lums has mot of every kind of good food More different against "laying on another layer of bureaucracy."
kinds of "WE PROJECT an election April 15," Dr. Ken
burgers more steaks everything from t Megill, The representatives were asked to make a list of all
snack to a meal.More reasons to stop/in:the coupons UFF state executive said.
below. Choose the more you like, most, and come to secretary members of their unit to be submitted to the UFF office.
Lums for more ol everything Dr. Albert Guy, UFF chapter president, amended
Megill'sstatement Megill pointed out the necessity of such lists. "The BOR
saying the April 15 date would be the earliest dateto still doesn't know who works for them," he said.
hold an election "if we can avoid the "
delaying tactics.
Megill said the BOR couldn't turn over a list of state
The UFF has been critical of Board of Regents (BOR)
Offer ends university employes when it was requested by the Public
January 26. 1975
actionswhich
they believe are. intended to half the process of Employes Relations Commission.
collective bargaining.

-teto-a sisalieorefiegores "THE BOR AND the AAUP (American Association .of
t acsi University Professors) are in a coalition' Megill said.

O 1 He said the reason for the coalition is the postponement of Tofa// woman' I
BEVERAGE an election for collective bargaining agent to represent faculty

1 Wrlh any,loud 1 1 and staff members of the state universities.Dr. .
Me pWCh.IN Cd/N./ all Ron Carpenter, AAUPFJtce chairman, called such (From page one)
e011 be tlrmka charges "false" and "ridiculous."

1 "w.'yle" $1.00. OFF THE MORNING seminar also contained criticism of "Some men don't really know how to love so it is up to us to
drink specific policies of the BOR. till our husbands up with love and admiration," Killingsworth
e U.S.D.A. CHOICE '
"The list of unfair labor practices grows and said.
SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER grows every
''.".' i00 we day," Me iII said. Most of the women said they attended the course because
Cw.ony 1 CaWOn ? Si 00 regular oil(be Dr. Melvyn New, at large member of the UFF campaignteam they read the boo, "The Total Woman", written by Marabael
Cu.raw l'. menu pi me cited two recent examples of such "unfair" practices Morgan, Killingsworth's best friend.

- tills. t- Itll- t- r 1111.11.. ttlllllw including the inauguration speech of UF's new president Dr. Following the publication of the book 'five of Morgan's
Robert Q. Marston.IN friends started traveling throughout the country teaching
THE SPEECH, Marston labeled collective bargaining women how to please their husbands.
by faculty members at UF "counter-productive." ACCORDING to a hand count ofthe middle aged group all
- - - - New also mentioned the BOR statement of Jan. 13 as but three of the women were married and one quarter of the

I Fors I FRE1 tAll another possible unfair labor practice.The group works. '

I I Coupons--for I statement contained the phrase, "We have concludedthat Three women came from as far away as Waldo and In-
the FRENCH FRIES collective bargaining is not in the best interests of terlachen to hear "what a god wife's life is all about."
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I With you your car*purchase to tat I With any' purchase I faculties and administrative and professional personnel on A majority had husbands who are attending or teaching at
el any burger or dinner. the campuses of the State University System." UF Others had husbands where are executives in local banks

: : JTIIi : New said statements such as those had the effect of intimidating and businesses.A .
__ faculty personnel. But he added legal action will few of the women admitted they came to hear
I probably not be the outcome of the UFF objections. Killingsworth because they wanted to keep their marriage
I I
"WE'RE SAVING these things," he said, adding if the from going "stale."

. I Tn'l bargaining effort stalls. UFF can go to the Public Emploves NONA VICKERS said, "I 1 want to 'find out the way men
co" on nOI
I n.m.v Relations Commission "To put pressure on them (the BOR) look at things and get to know the nature of men."
I I to bargain in good faith." Another particpant Mary Jean Morrison,uid she came

eliegeeeetieS.VIA The issue of the economy also -came up in informal because '"anytime a woman changes there is always great
discussions.:Asked whether the legislature can afford to give possiblity that he will change too. "

faculty alt across-the-board pay increase plus the base pay In answer to a question concerning women's' liberation
which is part of the UFF collective bargaining platform Dr. Killingsworth said, "I 1 am not in direct opposition to

Sam Andrews. UFF state bargaining chairman, said salary liberation. I feel that women are equal but I believe i in letting
i increases the last the years"lia\e not Kept pace." the husband- be ,the leader I'll stand beside him no-matter
"W. have been subsidizing the university" sjstem.' he said. what." -
13th Streete3AINEfe3VItlE "We now have the vehicle of equalization. Collective MOST OF THE women questioned after the session felt

bargaining will help us reorder the priorities of where the they had gottne alot out of it and some felt "inspired",
money goes.! One woman said she was already liberated through her
ANDREWS ALSO announced the completion of a husband and the Lord '

"Tentative contract" for collective bargaining. He said Killingsworth concluded, "You treat him like a king and
changes, can still be made, but the document will be he'll treat you like a queen."
distributed, within, the next three weeks. "It is better to lose the battle than to lose the war.".



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Pag. *i.The lnd.DMid>nl Florida} Alllaator., ..Wednesday...January/ 22.975. /"z" ;: (;: "" ; -

EDITORIAL -'T
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U.S. Sen. William Proxmire last week took ,
some positive action to bring the First Amendmentup
to date with the Age of the Anchorman.

Proxmire introduced a bill to repeal the "equal
time provision of the Communications Act of

1934 and the so-called "fairness doctrine" of the

Federal Communications Commission.The .
equal time rule, section 315 of the Com-

munications Act, requires radio and television
stations which either give or sell air time to a

political candidate to offer the same opportunityto

all his opponents.The .
fairness doctrine requires broadcasters to
present both sides of controversial issues if it

presents any. '
The key word in both cases is "require."

Both rules in effect accomplish exactly what the
First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution forbids

government from doing to print media. They
regulate editorial content.
Government regulation of the air waves to some

extent is necessary, though unpleasant. The reason v HE SIRE.IS LUCKY CAME AL.ONGJUST IN TIME!'

is simple physics. There aren't enough broadcast .
frequencies to allow everyone to broadcast, so the
government has to license broadcasters. The Mexican border affairJust

But allowing government to assign frequenciesis
a far cry from allowing it to tell broadcast

journalists what they can and cannot say. because a genius can't find work these days, and inflation -
The traditional argument for the fairness has us rushing to the exits at the grocery stores to beat 'TONY ARNADE
doctrine and the equal 1 time rule is that the airwaves the next rise in prices, doesn't mean the country's falling
apart. After all I bought a car the other day at half price
are public property and so the public must
because it had tank.
an empty gas t SATIRE"No
be guaranteed access to them. People complain. about the 7 per cent unemployment rate
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the but statistics are deceptive. A good solid chunk of those who
fairness doctrine on the basis that the scarcity of can't find work aren't suffering blue collar workers. they'reall
broadcast frequencies limits public access, while the politicians left over from Watergate.AND .
there is no shortage of printing LOOK AT Detroit, panicked because consumers ,you don't understand. He's ees a gringo sneaking into
presses. aren't buying their huge, gas guzzlers anymore. It's not Mehico because he couldn't find work in your country. De
Proxmire, in statement supporting his bill, because we can't afford the cars, but who's going to buy one river has changed direction and we cannot stop tousands of
points out the inadequacy of those arguments."The when the country's run out of parking spaces., Gringos coming to Mehico every day to find jobs," Paco
answer to that, of course, is that in every But put a bit of suntan lotion on your face and look at the answered as he waved the fugitive over to our cactus plant.
large and medium-sized city and in almost bright side. With the economy the way it is, at least we won't "SENOR DO you want a bullet in your head? "Paco
have any foreigners sneaking into the country and stealing our repeated to the American."Oh .
small city-there are more television signals
every jobs. In fact just to prove how smashed the illegal Immigration -' I have one right here between my teeth, thank you.
available than daily newspapers. And if radio business is, I went down South of the Border the The President gave it to me himself. Do you want one?"
stations are counted, as they must be, general other day.to visit my friend Paco Gonzales, the border patrol. "Senor you must turn back." Paco continued in a weary
audience broadcasting stations far outnumber Getting there was easy but the weather was tough to take. voice ignoring the man's questions as if he'd heard it all day.
general circulation newspapers. The Mexican desert was hot. Scorching hot. Trees were "There ees no work in Mehico."
"And further economic make it wilted into natural fire traps, thermometers were spouting "Please sir." The hapless American dropped to his knees
pressures their tops like geysers, and the sandbanks of the Rio Grande despite the burning sand. "Please sir, I'm desperate and needa
nearly impossible to found a daily newspaper in a had turned into glass. Paco's own tears were dissolving into job. I've hunted, searched and stood in welfare lines until
community where one already exists." !steam before he could get them out. my win buttons rusted. Please sir I'll do anything. I'll wash
A quick glance at the Gainesville area brings "WHAT'S THE matter there Paco?" I asked. "You donkey's, harvest marijuana, sweep the marketplace I'll dive
Proxmire's point home. We have some five radio should be happy now that there's not much work" anymore." off cliffs at Acupulco. I'll even kill my,brother for ten cents
"But senor there ees. Ees worse than e>er. Mexican "
my and a lock of your daughter's black hair.
stations, and what'with the cable, at least as many
friend sobbed back.
"YOU HAVE to go back" Paco repeated, "or go to jail..
television stations. But on the print side, excludingThe "You mean people are still crossing the border to find work "Free foodl! I'll take the jail. Let me in."
Alligator because our circulation is restrictedto even with the unemployment rate the way it is." Later that day when things had cooled off and the shadows
the UF campus, there's only one general cir "Senor they are crossing like stampeding cattle. Ees even held some solid cover Paco caught an older man stealing
culation daily harder than stopping the ,marijuana. 1 am working. ." across the Rio Grande.
newspaper.And Suddenly Paco leaped up and fired his pistol at a man "Senor "
wading you have to go back. Paco was saying.
if you want to test the maxim that freedomof ankle deep in the middle of the treacherous Rio Grande. "BUT I can't the man replied. "I've been laid off since
the press holds only for those who one, try "STOP SENOR or I will put a bulleet in your cad." he August, 1 can't keep up with my hospital bills, and my
taking on the New York Times Company, owner of hollered in a routine sounding \oice. criminal record keeps me from going: beyond the job application -
the Gainesville Sun. "But Paco." I said. "You shouldn't complain. He's not ."
While neither the fairness doctrine nor the sneaking into the United States he's going the other way. It's "What ccs you. name," Paco asked for the hundreth time
probably just a Mexican going back to his homeland because that day.
equal time requirement allow prior restraint of he couldn't find work in my country." '"Richard sir. Richard Nixon."
broadcast content, they do act as silent censors. nn .
..
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Section 315 stifles public access to informationby ,

making no distinction between serious can- The Independent
David Smith Terri WoodEditorinchit
didates and jokers. Thus the pig farmer from Editor
Secaucus, New Jersey, who ran for President in Florida ". Managing
Alligator
1952 on the Poor Man's Party was by law entitledto .

the same ''air time as major party candidates.The all QmC\CaK; David Klein
Supreme Court has held that freedom of Debl Fumiu Brian Jones
EP Newt .
Editor
the press is unlimited, most recently last year whenit Layout Editor Layout Editor

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Lenny Bruce is still out there somewhere -. I


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As we all know Lenny Bruce was one of the originators of his abrasive insistence on man's commonality. As he says, ,'
"
"the counter-culture." Rising from dingy nitery cellars to we're all the same schmucks. We all have similar 'human I
shake his fists at American spirital decay, Lenny Bruce roots and limited perceptions.And .RICHARD
attracted all manner of rabid devotees' to his. less-than- in these increasingly urban times, we seem to be ,
retiring humor. Lenny says, isolating ourselves from one another and our i
Proof of his enduring appeal beyond the grave lies in the essential collective humanness. BURKIIOLDER ,:
lucrative reprinting of his autobiography, and the S.R.O. Sociologists support Lenny's contention: our
theatric and filmic dramatizations of his life and work. It cosmopolitan society seems to be stratifying into enclaves of
seems everyone is hopping on the Bruce adulation band separation and exile: professionals scorn non-professionals, '," ,' },:
wagon.I neighbors don't know one another, semi-literates scoff at 'I' ,.1,',:,
THINK THERE are several reasons for this. those with an "excess" of book-Taming. People are ONE, CAN SEE what this idea might mean:,to',:the
The first one is, perhaps, the obvious: Bruce is dead. In becoming more insulated, more timorous, more alone. descendants of the"flower children"or the types weaned on
our culture we have had a tendency to revere the dear THE BRUCE aficionados: think Lenny breaks through televised entertainment for them Lenny represents a
departed in a fashion that the deceased would probably this barrier of loneliness and personal isolation by seizinghis refreshing reappraial of a society grown callous and un
find if they were still alive and commenting, slightly em audiences with his powerful words about taboo subjects.By feeling.. '
barrassing. Witness the cults which today flourish around being the antithesis of the standoffish, deathandtaxescomic Finally,we can observe the thrall in which Lenny grips his
Jack Kcrouac Jim Croce, and Greg Allman not to mention and thereby involving his audiences in the mutual audience for a'live (or in the case, filmed) session: his fans,
John F. ,Kennedy and Martin, Luther King. perceptions of cultural asininities, Lenny achieves a are transfixed by the sheer physical energy Bruce displays on
THERE ARE, however, deeper aspects to this question. satisfying rapport. stage. His gyrating stream-of-consciousness choreography
North,America which has undergone profound alteration Those lulled into a dull blankness by the soft gleam of a accentuates his words: ,and gestures to the point that even
since the Second World War, has often been the recipient of TV in a small, closed room are reawakened into a vivid Savonarola might have difficulty competing with him. His
innovations within the philosophies and living arts. Thus, human awareness by Bruce's incisive thrusts into basic listeners thus come ,away from the niteclub or concert hall
the abs rdist'and black comedic camps have found sub human foibles. For Bruce:sex ,was not a dirty," furtively. ''feeling shell-shocked but, in their own minds, more
scribers in this country. Among those was Lenny Bruce. sought. pleasure but a revelling in life's physical and knowledgable.And .
Those of us who "relate" to Lenny Bruce probably sense spiritual capacities. Religion should not be"hawked" by the hardly, ashamed or powerless.
the irony, injustice, and causticity of life of which Bruce big-biz organizers nor should semantic onuses like WHICH IS perhaps the linchpin of the entire' Bruce
spoke so fervently. When 1 attended the showing of the "nigger," or "kike" be given a sneaking, smirking, phenomenon: his audiences achieve new social and per
Lenny Bruce Performance film mutterings of"right on" and credence. People need to communicate, says Bruce, and sonal insights that transcend the mere diversion of watchinga
"yeahhh" were heard throughout the theater., when that comes about, most of our basic societal ills will be good comedian. They are made to realize and thereby they
ANOTHER REASON for the appeal of Lenny has been resolved \ become Bruce cultists.ADVICE .


& DISSENT- =:

I ( Why not cut pay at the top ? 1 ,


It's bullet
EDITOR I work at the save money. The one that career service employees. It is inflation why don't they lookin biting
university and after reading: disturbed me the most was bad enough that we've got to. another direction instead of
the articlE in' January ISth's Victor Yellon's, who 'is the be worried about the rising the traditional lay offs. Why time dadI
Alligator, "Money ShortageHow assistant to the Vice Presidentfor cost of living let alone losingour don't these administrators again
Much Worse?" 1 was Academic Affairs.He jobs! If they were so tighten their own belts a little.
very disturbed ,about the suggested that there bea concerned about saving the I've got a suggestion along can just see my father sitting there, cigarette in hand,
administrators ideas of how to lay-off of 300 probationary university money and cutting these lines. After looking watching President Gerry on the tube. My dad really gets
through the University of into politics and he wouldn't think of missing a
Rorida's budget (which is Presidential address.I .
public, record in the main can seen him nodding his head. Tax
library, I suggest others lookat Rebate. ."that's not bad".. Five Year Postponement of
it) 1 came up with a random Mandatory Pollution Saving Devices. .."okay, I can buy
sampling of 20 top ad that" (he's never been a great environmentalist). Tax on
,ministrators, and there area Imported Oil., .no nodding of head here, probably more
lot more. or less of a blank stare-he's not too thrilled about paying
I figured that if these 20 seven to nine cents a gallon more for gasoline, but he is
people, including the grateful there is no 20 or 30 cents a gallon tax. Five Per
president, would take a cut insalary Cent Ceiling on All Government Pay Increases. ."I've
so that they won't make been out of government work for three years now, that
over $20,000 it would save the doesn't bother me". .Five'' Per Cent Ceiling On All
r university 27369300. Government Pension Cost of Living Raises. .the blank
So come on people If stare returns; the cigarette falls to the floor. ."WHAT
you're so concerned about the THE HELL IS THAT JERK D01NG1I1'VE! !! GOT AN 8
economic situation and the PER CENT RAISE IN MY PENSION' COMING AND IF
university; how about you ANYTHING HAPPENS. .111I1"I!!!!
biting the bullet for awhile, WELL DAD, it's the ole bullet biting time again. Gerry
because if you don't think you says it will affect everyone, and by george it does. I'm sure
can live on 520,000 a year how none of the government workers are too happy about that
do you expect me to live on five per cent ceiling, but neither are the environmentaliststoo
55.300? excited about,the five years they have to wait before
auto manufactureres have.to put pollution saving deviceson
Jeffrey ArmstrongOdum's our cars: And even though we will be getting: a rebateon
our taxes, no one is too thrilled about the prospect of
using that money'to pay more for gasoline.
These proposals might not make it easy on us for the
I mark I
Law missing its next year,but something has to be tried in order to get the
economy out of the mess it's in. Face facts, things aren't
too great- the way they are not. ,
EDITOR It was good of Odum's Law, makes us thinkin agriculture with a minimumof words, agriculture produces I THINK the Alligator reflects this in its series. "Hard
the Alligator (and Newsweek) terms of net energy.Unfortunately. machines" and artificial one's annual food needs with Times at UF". This recession hits everyone, everywhere;
to feature Dr. Howard Odum Dr. Odum fertilizers. He recommends the same amount of energy as
from the autoworker in Detroit to graduate assistant in
he "the pastoral system of l wer.enerlO' required to make one trip to
and his work. He is an effective writes Laws better than
Gainesville. It's time for some drastic measures, and the
St. Louis and back in an
agricultural
research and applies them. patterns
professor graduate, brings credit to the interprets His solution favors "labor- tha have long- been with us.? uveragc. iled car. We use President has told us which ones he plans to submit for
University and through intensive, land-intensive That is precisely what manyof almost 10 times as much Congressional ,approval.
the countries of the world gasoline just to drive aroundas 'J 1 believe that this is as good, if not better than any
are doing- with the result that to produce our food. program previously proposed. I'm sure that the House
-- they have millions undernourished Yes our food production Is and Senate will modify it some, but I think they will acceptit.
The Independent and masses un energy user in terms of '
starving.In Odum's Net-energy Law, but In an era where criticism of what the President does has
the United States far efficient than almost
Florida AlligatorDoug more become fashionable, regardless of what it is, wouldn't it be
is
agricultural production anything Use we do or
amazingly efficient in terms produce. We recommend our nice 'for a change if the,people of the United States got
Dial Ron CunninghamEmertalnm.nt of energy: usage.): Counting- all scientific approach,{ to together and supported the Presidents' program or, at
Editor' .ssoclote'fdito-"II. energy inputs it requires' an agricultural product ion as l least gave it a chance" ? ,
v c almost unbelievable 2 per being the most efficient and RECESSION Is not a Democratic or a )R tepublicanproblem.
G.org'-Kochanlc Jr. cent of our nation's total best' means of survival ever It is an American problem. One which we must
photo Editor energy use to produce all food devised. light together, putting partisan viewpoints aside.
we need and export. In terms Howard H. Wl1kowske Hey Dad! Wanna split Jor a year's supply of bullets?
Greg Forr.r Mind) K.+mon of gasoline, this amounts to Assistant Dean for
Sports Editor Mst:N.wEditor un average of only I 112 gallonsper Agricultural, Research Andrew Salvage
J'f scar per ticrson.- *!In**other. IFAS 4ASI
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Bic-Lux stereo amp bass and trebl. for
each channel, 25 rms per channel in
great shape new 180 yours $95. Derrick
: E E : 376-3537 After 5pm. (A-3T-65-P)

5 cubic foot refrigerator-excellent' '
condition 65 dollars call Pete 377-8976
.1 .
(A2T65-P)
9 .
Calculator -HP-35$195 Charger, Cote
Warrantee' leave name and number at tar 8:00, ft 10:0* 3 m*c l\CCn HORNET

: E E : 377-5989 (A-IT-eS-P) $
for sale registered beagle puppies $50
r-awatokl 500, 8000 miles $700 Phone Iversl
.
373-3947 (A-3T-65-P)
for sale martin classical guitar N-IO
model plus hardshell case $400 please
come by our house 2715 NW 4 place: MamMfflO
mornings only (5T-65-P)
.
12 Strings guitar' S movie camera for
** .. sole.coll392-60740f'er 4pm (A-IT-65.P) )

.

i I FOR RENT CAMERA SHOP

Lorimer I Roommate needed 2 bedroom opts
close to campus Free parking, water
gas i sewage. $83-a-month + electric &
,.. phone Call Bart at 373-3802 after' 10:X
Yes have
"Superb technical control and sensitive spirit" The New York Times pm. (5T-61-P) we


The University Performing Arts Series. Fern roommate needed at Place Apt.
Own bdrm $97 + !'. ut AC pool sauna 'ROI NAL
'Move in now Jan rent' paid. Call
U. of F. Students Free. Virginia 392-7612 or come by No.. 116.

(B.5T-65-PI)
General Public $2.00 :: !
1232 W. 3767657Freebie
Sunday Jan. 26 at 8:15 P.M. University

.

Reitz Union Ballroom 9 Sorry

No Posses

*. University, of Florida students will be admitted FREE OF CHARGE to all the programs In this..,1... A majority of seats KUTAl PARK
jt.. for each performance has been set aside for students end no advowee: arrangements ore required fc 0 1: 0 Cinema 1&2NrWHMH :00 St20

4-. Non-students may call 392-1657 to make unpaid reservations beginning Jan.16. However, payment will not be 5:00.130 tr Mi .
j*. required or accepted: prior to the night of the performance. Such reservations l will be accepted until the number ..fej : :
al lot d for each event is exhausted. All.performances are scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m.;unpaid reservations will .
be held until 7:45 p.m. *

4- To be as equitable as possible. to th. student body end the University Community as a whole, all seating will cefc
jf. unreserved We encourage member of the audience, to orrlve In sufficient' time to obtain the seating of theirtc

choic. IandtheBean
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CLASSIFFOR IEDSWANTED eG CUSTOM FRAMING Ay I



22 N.Univ.Ave. S73-I1M



RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTEDliberal Gr (!TheTONIGHT n

.
room-mot wonted; 152.25 ROOMMATE "
Female per -JAN. RENT PAID) Stereo
month +'1 IW utilities; Village Pork Apt; THICK Shog etc. VIZCAYA $90 + !I't 1 or 2 roommates wanted 116.50 or $78 Female Roommate Wonted la Nted.twofemolt.oommat.lotOIygoing ,9.12-
January rent free; call 373-5790 or 377- utilities 377-1144 or 373-2453 Barry .mo-utilities 2 bedroom 2 both furn opt shore luxurious opt. 2 bedroom all l.sponslblt1512 NW 2nd t. 378- -
8289 (bJt-62-p) ) Country gardens. great location call 378- furnished$150 a month. Inquire after 5 2252 4VJ mo.'okl port-terrier pup needs a
1761 (B 5T Q1-$
'b5'lJf -., ) p.m.of the.Village Susan 2002 (C-10T- good home Poscee (C-5T-65-P) ORNVKS( It BEER 55'
WANT TO MOVE: 40PJGCXD)
fl
i'jIlOOkS
If you desire to move from your present Female Roommate wonted $60 + .Viutilltiet. now playing
I SILVER paid for clowrings
Top prices .
location we can rent,sublet Gotorwood Apt* Call Debbie
j It or find '
+ you confidential colt
COUECTOR'S I old 'jewelry etc.
a otter 3 377-7914
roommate Immediately at NO COST. pm. (C.ST4SPln BOBBY RAY &
c-50-53
j I PRINTS Coll todayll Pule 373-3894( )
I United Real Estate Assoc.
Inc. liberal female roommate wonted, owbedroom Female own room + Vi both Kitchen, COOLEY
5 r I LIMITED EDITION PRINTS I 113 ME 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c
) 2 blocks from campus 77.50 o washer-dryer privileges. $85.oo mo. +
L17 W. Univ.I 378-3264 large home has two bedrooms avail. month '/. utilities call 373-9396 no pets '14 utilities. Carol 392-1655 8-5 or 373-
rr r rr rrJ several entrances, large yd pool. 85 a for now or spring (C-5T-65-P) 9458 After 5.No pet Pleat (C-SP-60-P) 3500 SW 13th ST.
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mo prefer grad student foreign student
I
welcome 3920 SW 4 377-6849(b-2t-64-
'
UNIVERSITY CITY TRAVEL'AMTRAK.PLANE.SIIIP Pi)_
UC I TJRANSCENDENTALMEDITATION
1 Br. furn close to U of F and westgate
T shopping own patio, new carpet, lock, '
peep hole,oc and heat walk in closet .
923 W. University Ave 148 mo. 373-1376 (b5t64.plown ) 233 W.Univ.Ave.' 577-3013

Gainesville Ha. 32601 PRBENTS ''As taught by Mahariihl Mahesh YogiWill
room in 2 br opt 3 ml. from camp
85-mo+ H util call 378-4324 between 6 THE
tBpm (B-2T-65-P)

Roommate wanted own room 4 bdrm GIVE YOU:
i STUDENT GOVT. PRODUCTIONS twnbs$80 man + V utl call 373-5957 or ERIC BURDON i e Profound rest for the
stop' by 2930 J SW 23rd terr opt. 1106 the bodye
village B-3T-65-P Release of It,.... '
PRESENTS opt. ( )
J tension
BANDPlus '3 t e A clearer, sharper
*' mind

* A FREE MOVIE WANTEDroommate Special Guest 1 .and Increased skill efficiency

e Greater satisfaction In
1J SAILCATWED. "' 1t; ', your job) your family (11ft.you.lf ,
xy a
wanted-for country living
*' I 15 min to U of f-own bedroom-$65 Y
+ 1-3 util. liberal JAN29 qty lEC1URD
but mature call .
* Charlie at 378-4150 (days) (C.5T-3-P) TONIGHT
* WBX JAN 1 ISI
WALKING f ,.e r '.M. SHANDS HOSPITALRMHtll "
I I roommate have 2 br trailer privately ONE NIGHT ONLY
located 10 miles from campus has air,
central heat and
Is completely furnished
FREE LECTURE TONIGHT
* R call mwf 8-1 lam 462-2709$60 (C-5T-63- 8.00ft: 11:00:
P) Tickets: $3.50 Advanced Wed.. Jan 22

! TALL ROOMMATE one nice-sized br, share $4.00 Gen. Adm. UttU Hall
E '
E bath in 3 br at KING'S CREEK-NW 39 ave. Rm 205 8
pm
FEMALE.Call Andrea or Sher 378-2077 Available at: Rebel Discounts,
$88.00 (C-3T-63-P) Young American Shops, lipham INT 11 NATIONAL MEDITATION SOCIETY '.0.1011 12917. Phone 378-2742
Music Co. Box Office
E female roommate for 2 br opt 61.75 a
i
i JE mo4 utilities, near mall central air,
FRIDAY pool,tennis, sauna urgent. (c-
5t64p) _
*' : I male roomate to shore bdrm in 2 bdrm
* 'townhouse Oak Forest 73.33 mo + 1-3 '
* JAN. 26 f utilities' |ton rent' free call Walter or Tom
373-9342 (C.SI-64-p)_
*'
* roommate wanted for own room in 4 br
* I oak forest apt comfortable + bike to UF
$86 mo call chuck or bill 373-1617 (c.St- 233 W. University, Ave Phone 377-3013

\ ON THE GRASS AT THE 1 64 fEMALE-p)_roommate immediately) $69.00 Presents

+ /i utilities rent pd until 3ttt /i blk

i! PLAZA f fi from Colonial tigert.Manor.Call(c-3l-64-p lesley) 378-0632 Two Generations of

roomate wanted for 3 B.R. hcfuse( 46.50mo.
.
1-3 util. call 376-4759. or come by
* 3154 NW 10th Si (c-2t 64-p)_

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like it the Keg and King's Table, etc. ( rn 1 ) Chris & Dan Brubeck

Start at 12.50 _. J I. ;, .

Erotic Sculptures .d.j. : _a:;-,..J FRI. JAN. Ie $4.50 .$5.50
"
All items n wholesale to the public '\; jt- I..11/' I

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9 & 11 pm HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Information 37'-444



$65 to $95 PER WK-PART TIME Unlimited Port time crew manager work evenings
at the earning potential) In addressing envelopes 5-9 mutt hove good transportation For TYPEWRITERPROJiLEltIS
Of home Companies pay top Information Coll 372-4431 (E-3T-63-P)
money far that "personal" touch. For ?
further Information regarding opportunities could you handle on Impossible job?
with these companies, send applications ere currently being accepted -
GOING OUT $2 to Phoenl Advertising P.O. Box for fall 1973 resident militant 1 1 We've got oil the answers
11707 Atlanta Go 30305. (E-5T-63-P) positions with the division of housing
apply before feb. I 1. 1975 at one ofhouslng'1 Sales-Service
listeners Wonted: Must be native
MOVEBUSINESS
FORCED TO office.
area (e-4t-64-p)
English speaking + must hove normal Supplies-Lease
hearing. Please call Arlene 392-2049
between I p.m. & 4 p m. Mon thru Fri.
We will pay $2 per hour. (E-10T-63-C) ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS

Save on these and 100's of other", ItemsReg. AUTOS SYSTEMS

HORSBACKRIDINO 724 N.: Main 373-3)59
IOCJQN"M" RANCH
,Solo Reg. Sol. Horn rented by the Hr., 1973 VW camper pop-up top. excellent
condition Inside t out. Must all Coll .
Price -
price Price Price -
AIM horses for sale. 5911347 -
373-81-79 or 3780282. (G-5T-O5-P)
,Mattress- Living Room ; 20 mi.( So of 71 VW Van tope deck,A-C-Heat 373- .
Box Springs 29.50 $9.95 Tablet 19.95 $4.95 Gainesville on new I' 7655 After 5:00: (Q-4T-65-P) Pen Q t
1972 Ford Pinto excellent. condo auto : eke ect ;;

.Poster Mngslze trans, good tires, excellent gas millage
Bedstead 70.00 $39.50 Bed 239.00 $149.00 $1350 call 378-3069 (G-5T-65-P) tA ucan CVlcletg t ;
968 mustang; fair condition. 302 engine
1700 negotiable.see|lm or vi between 6& 1 1m I
New Bedroom Seven Piece r 100s of varieties I1000's
> any weekday 1201 N.W. 39th Ave (,g
Suite 1 149.50 $99.70 Dinette 69.50 $39.50 .64-
of violets
1971 Capri 1600 must sell 4 speed radiate i
living Room Chest of Drawers air condo low mileage air condition call from $1.00 up
Suite 89.00 $ .20 Dome ed 19.59 $10.95 A 373-9637 asking 1600 willing to work
'thing out (g-5t--2-p) the Violet HouseOpen
CLASSIC 66 MGB mint cond., custom
LEWISJewelryCompony Interior stero tope michelinsx radials 30 9-6pm 15 SE 4th,Ave e 377-8465(

mpg must see to appreciate $1375 or Beside the Tenneco Station ,on S.: Main
best offer 373-0254 (g-5'-'-2-p) '

FURNITURE CITY CLASS RINGS '68 chevy von new and shocks 307 .. ............... ...

DIAMONDSWATCH v.83 speed stand excellent condo many
Comer of E. & S.E. 1st St. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
University REPAIRS extras see'to appreciate call Ell,377-7012 venture PRINTED
CASH or Across from the CourthousecRlT 200 W. University Ave. (G-5T-63-P) GET RICH IV MAIL! I IN U jA

,& Wilson's Department Store 372-4106 No stock to carry: we fill your orders for you. No previous experience'
necessary;we show you oil the tricks. Ideal spare time Income Anyone condo
/ It.-Rush only$2.00 for your Beginner's. Kit of Instructions. Nothing else to
PERSONAL buy from us, either now or later. If not delighted return kit' for prompt
refund But HURRYI I This Is a limited offer! RUSH ITI
DON'T ENVY THE CIRCULAR MAILER BE ONE)
SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON COMPLETE Instructions for starting from scratch o* a CIRCUIAR MAILER -Only $2
Come. Spend A Mellow Afternoon WithLOUWMIWIliflT NOW OPEN Specializing In English haircutting WANT TO MAKE $IGOO?
blow waving for the In look (and more) with no work? No expenses? Write for complete plan fully
unl.... Drop by Colonial Plan 71* W. guaranteed 'to bring you this kind of money. Enclose two dollars for complete '
Univ. Ave 377264350t53p| ) pion.
GREATEST SALES UTTER
gotor parking now open on SW 13th St. I EVER WRITTEN and how to mall H to only those who are Interested so that
lit Ave park close to bryant, tiger, HALF you moll It to send you bock money. Complete Set-Up .'12.
.
normon 1 little halls hourly dally/ A YOUR OWN PROSPEROUS MAR ORDER BUSINESS
monthly rotes (H2t-3o-O/) $2 investment Is all it takes Everything needed-only$2.00.
SPECIAL ALL RVE only |5
Student Government Programs gay community service center goy men (with this ad)
and women,", thursdays at 7 pm 107, POST SALES DEPT 1A1
NW 15 .ten Info toll torn 372-1681 ,
A FREE CONCERT BY THE POND Jean.or Dove at 392157310t59p Of(| ) I 3315 lARGO) BARNSDALE FLORIDA 33540 DR. NO. 8

ONE-YEAR-OID LAB
(mostly) needs
home Very affectionate and intelligent
Call Lorry or Howie 377-8067. 315 nw
14th Dr. (JSR-SR.) _

OVERSEAS JOBS-Australia Europe S. !
America Africa.Students all professionsand SaiccStraigSJ&pCLASSICAL
occupations$700 to $3000 monthly
Expenses paid, overtime, sightseeing,
Free Information. TRANSWORtD
RESEARCH CO. Dept. Go. P.O. Box 603 .
Corte Modem CA 94925 (J-6T40-P)

COED', facial hair' removed per
: manently. Coil Edmund Dwyer -
,
electrologlst over 20 years experience.:
; ( GUITAR
Coll 372.8039 (J-FR-61-C) SALE!
.. ,. .
;''':: :Wedding Invltqtions $If|...0 per 100.
< f" > cards rubber '
( business $995 stamps,
,
I magnetic signs offset printing. Cliff Hall List Shop I
II I Printing 1103 N. Main (J-FR-58-C) Only 2 Model 9001 Yohorl 290,00 217.50

Only 2 Model 9000 Yohorl 215.00 SOnly
KARATE LESSON$ 3 G55A Yamaha
89.50 71.44
Small classes $20 per MOn
1215 t-N/5th Ave (off 13th St.) Man thru
Sot even 7 to 9 378-7131 (J-20T-60-P)

KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality bleached: .
$24 up. Karate.Do, 1215 NW 5th Ave, I
blk east of 13th St. Mon-Wed-Frl eve.
378-7131 (J-5T-AO-P)

SAVE MONEY ON VITAMINS Radiance OTHER SPECIAL BUYS
chewoble C 125 mg 250 tabs for $2.99 as
long os supply lasts. Other sale Items
Rosehip 500 mg 1000 mg CB Complex,
Muhl-vitomm. Of MOTHER EARTH ,604 List Shop I
NW 13th SI 37832244tA4p(| ) Only 1Beginners 5-strlng banjo 9o.rjO 7f.00
Only 1 1- Kasuga 5-strlng program 239.50 21100f $
board now
mortar applications
available for junior college transfers, Including hardcase
TM junior women with 3.O's pick up yours at Only 1 Novelty banjo guitar 80.00 50.00 sOnly
the neon union activities desk on third 1 1- used violin with bow & case 130.00
floor or tigert Info desk (J-5T-63-C)_




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included. with each sole
'I Pi r '. .. ,
,
Jan. 26 '3:00 'PM 8 TV Channels A wtatntr -I
Sunday
: channel, UPI News. New York 4
Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on
4 TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM

. GRAHAM POND stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY CITY.. 311 N.MAIN


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522 N.MAIN ST. D3-Ut' IBSOW) 377.43W

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IJhST. show your support for GATOR the 218 East sUffy&I
chick
BAKETBALLFeb 1 tweet you hove MARRIED STUDENT CENTER OFFERS
"it basketball
gator won to many hearts, love and friendship HELPING
FULL RANGE OF SERVICES
appreciation day individual ,
and .
invited Steff may your birthday be a* MEDICAL AND DAY CARE REFERRAL. FREE
organization 'to enter banner
00I competition prize awarded deadline happy at you make ours everyday! 24. HOUR SERVICE. CALL 3774125. (M-9T-
Eternally ,
your Guy (J'IT65.P) 60-C)
ion 27. for further info toll bill at 392-
HETRICK PEUNION for E H 329
8211 or 372.1610 ( OO"gotuday
|5t64pj
JUBS IN AlAbKA' handbook-how to
DAY SERVICE' \ 7 pm at 1231 SW 3rd ave No.
work and live In Alaska Latest pipeline
125!bring a poem) Jed 378-8252 ((4-3T-
SERVICE alternative learning community, : an 65,P) information. $3.00. JIA Box 7, Norwich SUNFLOWER
DAY
1 ,
ongoing state accredited school with VI 05055. (M15T-63P) _
FRANCHISED DEALER several openings for children age 5-8 leedee, dizzy lunatic don't always
parent' participation essential to our understand but I'll stand by you pt WIRED FOR SIGHT HEALTH FOODS
ALL ACCESSORIES philosophy to find out more about our write your mom (J-U-65\ L.) "The Eyeglass Super Mort"
school please call: day 376-9154; UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS Hoffman ft Welder
CALL 377-BIKE evening 377.7583 or 378-6726 (j-5t-64- '300 SW 4th Ave. 378-<<80
HI Pro Products
Pj) (M.50-53-C)

LOST FOUND HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY Natural Vitamins, Minerals
OROBtYOUR Poncho'l, Book pack*. Tack w,frame*, AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL % Herbs Products
CLASS RINGS NOW Trail Shoe White Slog Speedo Bathing ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS Dairy
Suti, Join Univ. Hiking Club. Allen Reward: lots wrist !bracelet sentimental l 373-3059 Donald G. Proft-Certif'ed' Books, Cosmetics
i Aquatic I Trail Center 3448 W Unv. value. Inscribed 'to your bright future' AAEH, FAPH (m-21t-48-p)
373-9233 (J-fR-65-C) call Barry 376-0018 372-9405 Please! (L- I Mikonitock Sandal

"H I I. not' hit to boat! who loveth his 3T.63-P) MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION PRACTICE for 7 Watt University Ava.Galnotvllla Downtown
: All but it his TEST. Nationwide test to prepare .. Horlda Intone 371 97i1IMP0I"EP
country it who loveth the -
$25: for and
Reword return of red and white actual MCAT. Test.analyzed score
RINGSGUARANTEED world. Boho't, Writing (J-IT-65-C) Beagle male lost vicinity of sears Jon. 9. percentile rank reported.EUROPEISRAELAFRICAASIA.
1 Hat Dade co tags no questions,call 3777904 -
.r 392-2977 (.3t-59-p| )
.NEED CASH Travel discount year-round. Student Air ('
LOST One large sunglasses left Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd.
pair
;Hafcher'sJ.ewelers Atlanta, Ga. 30342, 252-3433 M-14T-
:
I UNIVeHS.TY MWN HOMUS on picnic' table behind mccorry hall on (
60-P
friday p.m. Sentimental value please )
<" BUY StU TMOt informal "friendly all facilities. 3 ml PANTS
REWARDI! offered for white-faced
a .
from uf. stalls J75., patture-$30 376-
AM 37$2
21 Unly. I ( *SH WHIN YOU NffOU .; silver omega watch lost In or around the 4719, keep trying (M-10T-60-P)
univ. aud area friday .rite If found
please mil" T7LOOni It_1T-A -P) I IMPORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIESFOR

LOST grey siamese male; ;flea I collar iI he
MHUWIJLw Grun.t.f1ton ALL FOREIGN CARSASK
with crook In tail 1-16-75 north of !
FREE ENGINE ANALYSIS
ELECTRONIC university reword call 373-8393 (L2T65P -
WITH ATONE-UP ) TONIGHT Men's Night ABOUT OUR STUDENT DISCOUNT

IAMPiI! 110 percent OFF plugs, pts. cond. On. Free Drink for men MON FRI. 9:00-6:00)( : PM SAT. 10:00-2:00: )( : PM

& labor thru Jan. 31st DRINKS & BEER 75c 1012 S. MAIN ST. 372-4341
I
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.......... THE BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK

unlimited oir-3 meal a doy-a bunk all
Independent Florida Alligator for$140 for 5 glorious days mar 24-28 for

j CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN J iI JI JI JaASftffCATMN Color more(M-5T-65-P info outdoor ph) John portrait Appelboom 12 shots 392-8755 to chose lEI


from$5 shooting fee,Bx 10.(6,5x7.$".
4x5 $3. Economy weddings. I would
like to show you my work. Ronnie Korn
9
lEI 3764042 (M5T-65-P)

I for wl. .. VW Special tune up for any year VW
i' 17.50 plus part, tune up t oil change
wan rant I $9.00,all work guaranteed,call mike for -
'-- goI oppt 377-9859 (M-5T-65-P)

I help wonted :A I Basic, advance & underwater Photo
outos - '" Classes Marting Soles service rental air,
e. trip Tom alien "Co host of wild
I penonol' .... II kingdom T.V:'Alieni Aquatic ft Trail
kwJ ft found Center. 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (M-FR-
Mivlcot 65-(:)

II ELECTROLYSIS. By appointment only.
I ----g: I 'r*. J.N. Karp Telephone: ((904)) 376-
5673 (m.IOtUp)
DAft TO MMi I
-
SCUBA CLASS tom, Feb. 2. all equipment
:provided including mask tint, snorkel, B.C.,
I Idoy2doyt - II and full weltuit. International certification

B. exlbook and all air 5 open-water dive cost
:3 days 10 p rc.nt II $35 absolutely no extra charges call Scuba .

4 .cIop' discount (i' Dynamic 373-5069 (m.9t-64-p)
-
5 days or inoio. :: I DRY TORTUGAS for spring !break diving
Fly by seaplane from
and camping trip
I 20 percent discount - II Key West' march 21.25 or 25.29 All scuba
equipment provided Explore historic' Fort Is
Thii form may be used toptoc J I Jefferson $115 with certification SI50 t

dowlflwi ads either In _ CDI include full scuba course call Scuba
Dynamic 373-5069 (m-5t 64'p)
Q
Th
pnon or by mall. I r
minimum charge It $l.23 for p-- .Zl DIVORCED WOMEN Seeking Support
four line*. For each additional I And Counseling? A group will be offered
I line,odd 33 c..... Multiply to - on thursday 12 noon to I 1:30: P.M.
by the number of days the a by the women walk In counseling
110101 service call 392-1575 or Hop, by 311 little'
h to run and subtract in. .

I discount The dlenount !I. g' for Info ..'. t .of
applicable only for consecutive 1 '
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On January 24, 1975, the J. Wayne Reitz
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APPLE TREE

There will be less responding by police to calls for help as a
Jesuit of a proposed cutback in non-criminal services proposedin
.An Evening of Dinner Theatre a report from police chief Nolen Freeman.
.Presented By Gainesville city commissioners Monday night approved the
The New York Theatre Company report which suggests handling complaints by telephone if
there is no crime scene.
THIS WOULD include calls about runaways obscene calls
and late traffic reports. Complaints about noise and vending

third part of Federico Fellini's "trilogy of Dinner begins at 6:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne maching break-ins will also be handled by telephone.The .
solitude," Nights of Cablria won an Academy Ritz Union Ballroom and Is followed by a "very severe and drastic" increase burglaries,
Award as Best Foreign Language Rim. The film performance of three famous American short larcenies and robberies cited by City Manager .B. Harold
deals with a prostitute living on the outskirts of stories, set to music. Farmer compelled Freeman to reassign police.to patrol areas
Rome and her hardships and suffering. The New where they are most needed. Freeman said.
York Post film critic called It "a very pure Tickets available at the University Box Office He estimated 72 per cent of all calls are service requests the
manifestation of life ,the more Impressive (Constans Theatre) beginning Monday remainder being reports of crimes. *
because Its found in an unpromising social January 13th.U IN ANOTHER decision city commissioners unanimously
level. This picture is worthy of Fellini's genius." approved Dec. 26 as the date from which the city would start

of F students U50 General Public $6.00 .collecting a 10 per cent utilities tax on UF resale of electricity.
WHX.JAN.22 7:00;':30 <(
2ND FLOOR AUD. 50 cents The ordinanc.;: requiring the collection.was passed Dec. 26
but the commission had to decide whether they would collect
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taxes on sales before that time.
STRE1SANDa
Those students affected by the new ordinance are students
BEDFORDTOGETHER living in married housing who buy electricity from UF and did
not pay the tax before the ordinance was passed.
The commissioners came a step closer to downtown
redevelopment when they were presented with a scale modelof
the downtown plaza which will include a. new judicial
NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY
building and library.ARCHITECT .
Harry C. Merritt said at the Monday night
meeting the plaza will cost about $254,900.
Explaining the design he said he wants the square to be a
place where people will want to come and participate in city

functions. .
The plans include converting the Poole-Gable garage into a
food and crafts market. A civic and exhibition center is

iI' I r v' designed to adjoin the market. .
1 Merritt said he wanted to preserve First Street as an
WiiiE' ", historic pedestrian path.
The commission also passed a proposal to subsidize the
Everything Mem*} to 11 i.' ... axo. cost of neutering dogs and cats of low-income. people and
important t en,.even Iovel! denied a zoning request.

'! .... s. w .k The denied request was to rezone an eight-tenths i of an acre
series of informal lecture-discussions on
CtHUHBIt PICTURES w RASTat mOUCTKMS*"" +WSTWKwlWMIHAUUSCH ( PJ.IJCI!"** A parcel of land on SW 5th Avenue from single, to multiple
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KjyjlgljjIjRgjijlgljRjjigiljlSsil iatsTan I The UF Honor Court is starting to impose stricter penaltieson
CREATIVE COOKERY student offenders to try to cut down on the number of
honor code violators according to Chancellor Robert Harris.
\ WORKSHOPFeaturing Harris said he thought the harsher penalties,such as in-
creased penalty hours and lengthened 'probation, "Would
serve as a deterrent against possible offenses."
Glauber Rocha received the Best Director award of the 1969 THE HONOR Court made up students, is responsible
Cannes Film Festival for this folk-epic with elements of for investigating and levying penalties for honor code
history superstition social injustice and melodrama. Antonio violations, such as cheating and stealing.
the landlord assassin hired to kill a band of peasant Harris said he thought "the Honor Court has been
rebels, joins them Instead. An ecstatic song of violence set in somewhat lenient in the past," and that it needs to be stricterif
an unearthly landscape the film builds a rhythmic crescendoof .
it is be effective.
to.
primitive and violent symbolism of myth and legend. A the preparation ofFish
.Brazilian film In Portuguese with English subtitles. 'a la Marrakeshby The problems of'enforcing an honor' code at UF and
Nancy Bltton making the Honor Court an effective body, is presently being
Wednesday,January. 22, 7:30: p.m. studied by a student-faculty task force set up by Student Body
.SUN.,JAN. 26 7:00:9:302ND : : Reservations required. Call 392.1655 9.30-4.30: : President Steve Merryday.
FLOOR AUD. 50 cents to hold a seat. THE TASK force met Monday for the first time this
Enrollment make Is reservations limited,so hurry soon.tbuoi6tbl61d101EUat010.and quarter and heard representatives from the Honor Court
discuss some of the problems they thought had to be solved to '
N'ON--CREDIT COURSESThere strengthen- honor code.
Chief Defense Counsel Byron Peterson said possible

are openings In the following courses. FILM MEETING f reforms'ir\:the penalty, .and jury systems were discussed at the
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For Infornation''about
i more When student. is given penalty,hours.it means he has to
details, 'call l 392-1655 or come by Rm. 330 Come to the Union Film :.Meetingand earn that amount of hours above, his normal,:graduatinglimit.

JWRU. J ... ") .."",.7'f\\t .....: -:,--', I .lobby for the. ,films of your :Peterson., V said:th'n.'w tuition bjfcredit. hours'.' system.,v:' has led
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.,q''i BRIDGE Ii't' f=, :l. choice January 22 8:30: p.m. to doubts about the fairness of this form of penalty;:
PAINTING He added the committee also discussed problems. .fret en- v>-
GROW YOUR OWNn Room 330-JWRU' forcing the honor code effectively. :; ;
"The problem is not with the Honor: Court,""it i* with the
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COLLEGE REPUBLICANS will meet tonight at 7:30: D.m. in 3500 SW 13th St.
the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 362.
KNOWLEDGE! "The Inner Experience of Knowledge" will
be the topic of discussion tonight at 8 in the Catholic Student
Center. For further information call 378-6029 378-8184. SIGMA TAU SIGMA
NOW ANTHOLOGY MEETING will be held tonight at 7 in I
the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 150B. For further in- ii
formation call 3731662. HONORARY TUTORING SOCIETY
SAIL CLUB will meet tonight at 7:30: in the J. Wayne Reitz
Union, room 357. For further information call 3787759.
JOURNALISM COLLEGE COUNCIL will meet tonight at 7
in the Stadium room 226. If you're having problems such as:
!
TOPOGRAPHY LECTURE sponsored by Sigma Gamma
Epsilon will be held tonight at 8 in Floyd Hall room 213. The
jopic will be Karst topography of Florida. ((1)) Not receiving personal attention relating to your course
BASKETBALL PEP CLUB: will meet tonight at 7:30 in work \
Florida Gym, room 222. For further information call 372.
1610. ((2)) Remembering old 'concepts or formulas .

''';, PRE-VET CLUB will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical ((3)) Trouble understanding course work etc. .

Engineering Bldg.room 211. For further information call 377- Sigma Tau Sigma invites you to come by the office at room

2395. 306 Reitz Union and about services.,
CIA MEETING the Chinese International Association will inquire tutoring
meet tonight at 9:30: in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further
information call 378-4828. NOTE: WE CAN'T OFFER EFFECTIVE SERVICES IF.
YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM will meet tonightat STUDENTS: '
6:30 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 150F. For further

information call 3927346. '1. Depend on us to do their homework
PRAYER MEETING sponsored by Inter Varsity Christian
Fellowship will be held Thursday at 4:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne 2. Don't have the proper foundations in Prerequisite courses
Reitz Union, room 221. For further information call 378-0759. 3. Rely solely on us to pass course
CIRCLE K will hold a meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. in the J.
Wayne Reitz Unkon, room 1 150C. For further information call ,
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UC STUDENT COUNCIL will meet Thursday at 7:15: p.m. OLD TUTORS WE NEED ADMINISTRATIVE HELP IN
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 123. For further information -
THE OFFICE. STOP BY AND GIVE US A HAND.
call 3739575.
STUDENTS OF OBJECTIVISM will meet Thursday at 7:30 STOMnrainn
p.m.in the J. Wayne Reitz Union for further information call
3729642.
GARDEN CLUB will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in t McCartyHall steaksBO'S'N'SDEUGHT12'oz.StripSteak
room G086. This is an organizational meeting, for
further information call 3929519. i . . . . . 5.95 .
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1:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 316. For further CHOPPED SIRLOIN -A Large Portion of Lean Sirloin . . . . 2.45
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goals for myself but It was just too much seeing these
Alligator Sports Writer
problems over and over and over again," Ray said.
tried to push myself to though
go McKee said he agrees with most of what Ray ,said. But
The "coaching situation"'was the major reason for rest of the season. It just built McKee said it is probably better for the team that Harlan has
top UF swimmers to quit the team, David I Ray, one of
in me. I had ,some personal little contact with the team.
who said .
three quit Tuesday.Last "He knows he's not a deck coach," McKee said of Harlan.
week Chip Bradley, a captain on UF's team, for myself but it was just too "He is an administrator." '
McKee, a double silver medalist winner in the 1972 seeing these problems over MCKEE SAID Harlan knows his limitations and has not
and David Ray, the Gators top sprinter, all quit the team. .
and
over over again. David moved into areas he is incapable of handling.The
ALL THREE left at different times but for the same team now needs a new head coach, McKee 0 said,

reasons. because the swimming program will be hurt without one. ...
Ray saind he had not planned on bringing up his McKee said Harlan realized it.
for quitting but comments made by Assistant beat UF for the first time 6350. "He (Harlan) has tried to hand in his resignation three
Director Gene Ellenson had convinced him to do so. was very fortunate, Ray said, when they had Reese. He times. But the athletic department would 'not accept it,"
Ellenson said earlier this week that he felt McKee had assistant coach who made the team move. Ray McKee said.McKee ..
because he was doing poorly and "looking for an excuse". Reese's leaving a major factor in the decline of the said Harlan told him of his attempts to hand in his
Ray said this was simply not true. McKee had lost resignation and the department's refusal.
UF traveled to Alabama and swam against someone and"I is no one around UF Ray said, who can coach like "The athletic department does not want to accept the
might take NCAA this year," Ray said. used to coach. resignation because they would have to put out more money
THE REAL PROBLEM, Ray said, is the SAID that UF Head Bill Harlan is no' longer in than they want to," McKee said.
situation and that problem begins with the UF with swimmers. McKEE ALSO said that Harlan "gives a damn" about UFswimming.
Department. has been with the UF team for a long time. He ., Harlan knows, McKee said, the possibility existsof
"They don't care about the swimming team," Ray said have any contact with the team. Nobody that makes the athletic department putting'"some P.E. coach" as a
the athletic department.Ray is in contact with the team," Ray said. new head swimming coach if Harlan resigns. And neither
said the swimming team needs more money than mood of the swimmers has been less than optimistic Harlan or 'he wants that, McKee said.
currently getting if it expects to continue as a of this lack of contact. ASSISTANT TO THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, Norm
ranked team. The extra money Ray said, is needed to 1 don't think anyone has swam their best time in the last Carlson said he was unable to comment on what Ray and
a nationally known or big name coach. years," Ray said. McKee said.but was able to give the swimming team's budget. .
"When you have facilities like we do you need a top said he wants very much to swim again for UF but said The total budget is $85,000, with $43,000 in scholarships,
coach that can recruit Ray said. would not come back with Harlan as head coach. $29,000 in operating expenses and $10,400 in coaches
Ray said ever since Assistant Coach Eddie Reese left said he had not quit sooner because he had hoped the salaries. The coaching salary figure includes Harlan along
three years ago, the Gators have not been able to pull would get better. with four assistant coaches.
outstanding swimmers to the team. TRIED to push myself to go through the rest of Athletic Director Ray Graves was unavailable for commentand
REESE IS CURRENTLY head coach at Auburn It was just built up in me. I had some personal Harlan said he would rather make no comment.

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Gainesville girl makes good as Coliseum night ,


beer at RatThe

member of Gator swim
team University of Florida Circle-K Club'Will sponsor a
"Basketball Coliseum Night"tonight at the Rathskeller on
the UF campus from 9 p.m. to a.m. The purpose of the
By NICK PUGLIESE that prove her aquatic ability. event will be to encourage students and faculty to con-
Alligator Sports Writer Broyles holds the Florida state record in the 100-and 200- tribute towards construction of a new coliseum for the
yard backstroke short and long (short is swum on a 25->ard school.
Imagine, for a minute, a cute, blonde-haired girl walking coulse and long is a 15 meter course,or the length' of the pool) "We hope to have a big turnout." said Circle-K
around the UF campus with skin as wringkled as a prune. in the senior division. (age 12.14)). President Louis Schiff.: "This will be a good opportunityfor
Improbable as it may seem, it could happen to Bonnie SHE ALSO holds records in the 15-17 age division for 50- everyone to show their support for a new multi-purpose
Broyles, one of the top swimmers on the UF Women's Swin yard freestyle short and long, and 100- and 200- yard building" .
Team. backstroke short and long."I Free beer will be provided, but there will! be a mandatory
"I THINK I'd shrivel I up if 1 didn't fcet in the water guess my backstroke is my strong point. I'm more of a $1.50 donation at the door.
everyday," the 18-year-old freshman says. sprinter. 1 can't go long distances," said Bonnie of her
Actually, there is little danger of that since Miss Broyles swimming forte.
and her teammates are almost constantly practicing in the UF One wonders why a girl from right here in Gainesville
pool in preparation for their upcoming meets.A would decide to attend UF, and that question was put to o Sports writer nabs
local Gainesville product,she started competing at six Broyles."I .
years old, and although her high school (P.K. Yonge) didn't LIKE Gainesville, and I've been here for 15 years. Plus,
officially have a swin team,she entered the state meets. I really like the coach (Sue Halfacre); in fact, all the coachesare phony sports star
While she consistently placed first or second in those state really nice," she replied?
meets over the last few years, it is the state records she holds She also gets a partial l scholarship for swimming."WE .
HAVE a lot of potential for a strong team. We have a ORLANDO (UPI)- A 23- Guest about his crosscountrycareer
good chance in the small meets, but in a' big Southeastern year-old man who says he as an impostor. He
(1.0 Conference (SEC) meet we don't have enough people. We spent the past two years faces a worthless check
INTRAMURALSToday only have 1.2 girls on our traveling team, and most schools "impersonating'sports charge in Lincoln, Neb.
have 20," Broyles noted. figures/ using stolen credit
"However, we play just as hard," she added. cards and passing bad Guest said Wacaser. posingas
is the deadline for signing up for women's That ability to win the small meets has been proved the last checks" has been arrested Steve Kline, had been
dormitory and Independent Flag Football. Contact the 1M two weeks as the gal swimmers have taken both Florida State here after posing as Cleveland playing tennis at Disney
office, 229 Fla. Gym, 3920581. and Georgia.In Indians pitcher Steve Kline. World a week before.. A
A women's racquetball clinic will be held Jan. 26, 1:30-: the meet in Tallahassee, Broyles won the 50- and 100- Steve Wacaser, of suspicious Disney employe,
3:30: at Murphree Courts. Women interested in sharpening yard backstroke events and was a member of the ,200-yard Springfield, III., surrenderedto however checked pictures of
their skills or learning the game for the first time medley relay, and 400 yard freestyle relay teams that both Orlando Sentinel Star the baseball pitcher on file at
are encouraged to attend. captured first place.IN sportswriter Larry Guest the newspaper office and
Teams are urged to pick up schedules for sports THE Georgia meet, Broyles took the 50-yard backstrokeand Sunday, after Guest approached discovered Wacaser was not
beginning this week. Come by the 1M office. the 100-yard butterfly.The him on the Walt Kline.
The Hiking Club meets Tuesdays, 8:30: p.m.,.room 220 5-foot-7,140 pound freshman is currently taking pre- Disney World Tennis Courts. Wacaser left town on Jan.
Fla. Gym..The first hikes of the year include a canoe trip med courses, but she is still unvertain about her major. But Wacaser mistook. Guest for 13, Guest said. But early
weekend Feb. 1-2, and'a hiking trip on the Florida Trail, swimming will always be a major part of her life. an FBI agent. Sunday the newspaper
Feb. 15-16. A local six-mile hike is held after each Tuesday "When I was a kid, I tried other things, but I excelled in The Illinois man was received 'a tip that "Kline"
night meeting. For more information, contact Coach Eck- swimming so I just stuck with it. Besides, it's a good way to turned over to authoritiesafter would arrive at McCoy jetport
dahl 1M office 3920581. pay my parents back,"said the soft spoken mermaid. he spent an hour telling shortly after noon:




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The Independent Florida Published by Compus Conmunicofio Go n.svgll. Florida Nos off ic.olIy osocgowd wiI4~ he Unbv*rui~y of Florida V r W EI)NESI)AY JAN. 22. 1Q75 014. 67 NO. 65 UFlibraryfundsto becut$1 15,000 By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer UP libraries are faced with another budget cut, this time amounting to SI 15.0(X). Grace W. Taylor, director of the law school library, said Dr. Robert Bryan. UF vice president for academic affairs, requested $65,000 from the law library and $50,000 from the university libraries. DR. GUS HANRER, UF libraries director. said last week the libraries could probably come up with about SlW,~ by hiniitng expenses to subscriptions presently being received and by eliminating the binding of periodical collections. 'raylor said the law school library could not save S6SAXE by eliminating binding. "Our binding budget is only S6,~ a year. That leaves about $3,000 for the rest of this year. only a drop in the bucket" NEW 300K purchases are only one sixTh of the law library's total budget. The bulk of savings probably would have to come out of standing orders for hard bound volumes of florida court records, Taylor said. The court records are the "basic textbooks' for UP law students, Taylor said. Because more than 1.0W law students neat access to the records, the library maintains three copies of most volumes. "We'll probably start cancelling multiple copies," Taylor said. TAYWE SAID a final decision will be made when Harrer A and Law school Dean Richard Julin meet on fhursda3. In December, 1ff libraries were hit by a freeze of operating capital. New book purchases were halted in the university libraries, but subscriptions, standing orders with publishing companies and orders plaed before I)ec. 3 were pcrn~itted to continue. The fl.te of even these cutbacks will be uncertain until a Anal decision is made, probably on Thursday. ALTHOUGH the freeze of operating capital that stopped book purchase in university libraries forced the release of 50.000 state dollars from the law library, there was enough non-state book allocations to allow the law school to continue near normal activity. Dr. Harry Sisler, dean of UP's Graduate School, said last week he hoped further cut-back in library budgets would be unnecessary. "That could impair one of the main functions of a university,' he said. TEE CUTS were necessitated by UP's budget deficit of about 51.3 million. Bryan Said including the library cut, UP has done everything possible to eliminate the deficit. UF administration will meet today with State University System officials to discuss possible solutions to the continuing financial problems. State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said last week the university system could not come to UP's aid. "There is no slack." Mautz said. Wi i-It <'I -/ I b ---S. us -a --'IT 4 .7 DR. GUS HABIB Director of UP libraries I 'Total woman gets her man B1 LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer Want to make your man happy? Dress up in an outrageously sexy outfit.' And answerhis every whim with "yes master, no master." THAT IS THE advice of Lynda Killingsworth. instructor of the Total Woman Inc. course. currently being taught at the University United Methodist Church. 'Within three weeks you will no longer smile in public and cry at your sink," Killingsworth told more than 1(X) Gainesville women Monday night. The course, subtitled. "How to Get Your Husband to Adore you' was designed for women who want to make their husbands happy. Killingsworth said. The soft-spoken brunette assured the group they would "be the happiest women in Gainesville" by the time the course ends, KILLINGSORTH instructed the group on basic ground rules which will help them have a 'happy husband and happy niarriage." & available to your husband at all times even if )OU are a working girl. Never call another woman after 6:00 p.m. or your husband will get jealous. If you do need to call, limit it to one minute. Your husband wants you soft, sweet smelhngtouchable and available like you used to be when you were dating so you'll have to change your image. Think of yourself a a super housewife and be efficietit in the things you do. Your husband will be so pleased If he sees that you are organized and the children will become organized also. Don't spend the night out with your girlfriend or your husband will get jealous. Basically women enjoy being a wife and a mother. A man can stand almost anything except boredom. A woman has the power to send her husband into orbit anytime she wants. SHE ALSO SAID that wives must accept, admire, appreciate and adapt themselves to their husbands way of life. (Sn' To:aI Woman* page five) J IIfrBtatIos P~ $SDJA W.4ud" %t* N fl~uc,. ian I!

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Pug, 2, Th. ind.p.ndrn.* florida AiIFgo'or, W.dn.May, Jonua.y 22, 1975 ni) WASH I I ON LI I'll -'resident Ford said Fue~da~ he II rt 0 a iii and atory gasoline rat on flg program i the [)ei,,~,crattc Congress passes 'I instead of hk program to cunail cner~y consumption by driving Ibel prices higher Ford said gasoline rationing w9uld ha'e to stay in eRect br live to 10 years. would limit notorists to about nine gallons of gaohtnc a week and would be unfair to commuters and rural Americans. "THERE IS no easy solution and I ne'er promised One,' the President said at a nationally televised and broadcast news conference in which he defended his economic and energy pr(igrams against Congressional hostility. Ford has purposed $12 billion in Income Tax rebates on 'P4 earnings and a permanent reduction in income tax rates wednesday capsule asks U.S. aid (UPI) -Israeli government sources said Friday Israel has asked the United States for 12.5 billion in military and economicaldrorthe 1975-76fiscaiynrbeginningJulyl. State Department officials in Washington placed the total tigun at about $2.1 billion, including 11.5 billion for military eqrnpmesit In Paris. Egyptian President Anwar Sadat said in an in* terview with the newspaper L Monde hens ready to sign a peace treaty with Israel and that a new Middle East war involving the threat of a U.S.Soviet confrontation would erupt if Israel refused to negotiate an overall settlement. I am ready to conclude a peace accord with Israel and respect the undertakings arising from such an agreement, Sadat said. Ford 0 In fiction i The purchasing power of workers rose above the r ate of inflation in December fbi the first time in six months, the government said Tuesday. One economist called it extremely cheerful news." In Washington, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon said the lower increase in the cost of living confirnis that the inflation rate is going to cone down" BUT, SIMON added, 'We are still going to have a built-in rate of inflation that is going to be unacceptable and this is going to take years. ..to bring back down.' The Bureau of Labor Statistics said the inflation rate of 0.7 per cent in December was lower than the rise ii, purchasing power -what's left for spending after tax ud price increases -for the first time since June. Spendable income rose 0.6 per cent after five months steady decline. "Take home pay power is finally on rise, and December retail sales show that when prices are right, people will buy." said Irwin Keliner. economist at Manufacturers Hanover Bank in New York. "It is extremely cheerful news.' ECONOMISTS also were encouraged by the Federal Reserve Board's decision to pump 51.1 billion into the (es gas ra ,ilon~ 'ib serir' ob antis and c'ci~e t,''& whwh "tAil(I r~ii'r the pita ot gasoline, heating oil arid clectiteity b~ S~0 billion xear Ford said he wou Id issue a proclamation this "eck to in)a SI unfi on all oil imported after Feb. I despite an ittenipt by Sens. Henry M. Jackson, 1)-Wash., and Ed,~ard M Kennedy. U-Mass., to block it Iorb0da)s. HE CONCEDED be was horrified" to find himself proposing deficits ob 530 billion and 545 billion tbr the curreilt and next fiscal year hut contended they were iital to stem the I recession. The President predicted the economy) would stage a turnaround by niidl-sumnier On othet matters. Ford *Said the United States reserved the right to go to War U) I are arops economy to curb recession and unemployment by making more and cheaper credit available. Despite the smaller increase in the Consumer Price Index. the rate of inflation for 1974 was 12.2 per cent, the highest since the prices rose 18.1 per cent when World War II controls were lifted in 1946. Following World War I, prices rose 2.5 per cent. High court rules for women WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Supreme Court ruled WI Tuesday that women as a class may not be excluded from jury lists. The opinion by Justice Byron R. White said that if cxeluding women or granting them an automatic exemption results in jury pool that is almost all male, a criminal defendant would be denied the Constitutional right to an impartial juy. The decision in a Lousiana case reversed the kidnapping conviction of Billy I. Taylor, who was sentenced to life in prison. r ACCENT '75 presents VETERAN. UFO INVESTIGATOR DR. ROt a timely lecture Va U cant 3ERT CARR and film presentation afford to miss! "OUR FRIENDS IN OUTER SPACE" Thursday, Jan.23 8p.m. University Auditorium "The United States Air Force has 12 alien freeze and 2 spacecraft at right Patterson near Dayton, Ohio." bodies in Air Force deep Base DR. CARR SPflNSORFO RY VtIflp5l'T rn~rr J IHEY SOPHOMORES I DID YOU KNOW: ether. is a two-year Leadership Development Program In ARMY ROTC lust for you? *Vou receive $100 a month during your junior and senior years? *A Second Lieutenants starting salary is about $10,000 PC! year? WHAT DOES IT COST YOU? A phono call or visit with LTC John Carlin, Van Fleet Hall Room 107 0 itioning ii oleci bell Iroii strangulation by the Arab blot rint Iii' 'it on holds the right To protect it sell aga i isi dc'~ 5 liii ,i fl ii h Cr en) ha igo con, i~arable to the 1973 Arab oil err lii go cert mv' w ou Id tiot constitute St ran gu at On, he sai~l *Gave assurances he .ould ask Congress for a dcclaratin ml war hetore committing troops to force in the Mideast in such an event. He said the entire question is 'hypothetical *Said he would press Congress. despite his moratorium on flew spending programs. to provide $3~ million in additional aid to holster the morale and the security of South Vietnam He said Saigons troops were defending themselves againstt the Comm units skillfully and with firmness.' Israel for military z ~2 392-1395

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Th. lnd*p.ndn* florid. AJIigobor. W.dn.d.y, J.nuary 22. 1975. Peg. 3 Financial aid appeal gets more money for UF By ThRR] SALT AllIplor StaR Writer A request for an allocations increase for student financial programs was approved Monday. said Ira D. Turner, student Qualifications lowered; more money to needy BY DIDDlE IDERT Aillgahr Staff Writ. Students in need of financial assistance may now collect more because their parents pay less. The College Scholarship Service (CSS) and the American College Test, two national agencies which evaluate student financial needs, have lowered the estimated amount a student can receive from his parents and still be eligible for aid. MOST FAMILIES will be expected to contribute less than in previous yean. It basicallyy reflects the cost of living increase in the parents' budget,' Student Financial Affairs Director Ira D. Turner explained. The increase in awards will average about 510.' Turner said. "It'll make a modest difference to individuals," be con* tinued. "A student who showed a need for $1200 last year nIay be Increased to SI ,2~. Ouue who needed 51,6W might be awarded 51.710." UP USES the CSS evaluations of the parents' ability to contribute to a students support to determine .bat aid the student Is eligible to receive. ACCORDING TO WaNED, changing the income evaluation curve "Increases the allowance for family expenses, therefore reducing the mount of resources parents can be expected to give the student." financial attain director Each year UF requests funds br student financial aid programs. The Federal Office of Education (regional branch) believe UF exaggerated the cost of housing, books and food on its funding request, and therefore, allocated a reduced amount in December. Turner said. IRA D.1URNE rnorts aid lncr.as. Turner said he expects aS per cent increase in financial aid applicants. Fifty-five per cent of UP students already receive some assistance, he said. ALTHOUGH no new aid programs are being added to supply additional money. Turner said UF has "sufficient funds to meet any qualified need." Students seeking financial aid are required to apply hr the Federal Basic Eduatiomal Opportunity Grant. This bundative funds students with alniost total need, those who have borrowed and worked and still come up short. "We require students to check this grant first so if they qualify. thej won't be using up resourms in smother program that someone else needs," Turner said. Florida residents can also apply directly to the State Department of Education for the Florida Student Assistance (Irant. In addition to state and federal assistance, Turner suggested students investigate UP's basic program of deferred loans and work study programs. TURNER SAID he appealed this decision by submitting a survey showing the high cost of li~:ng at UF. The Office of Financial Affairs conducted a suney of apartment rents and book and good costs as evidence, he said. A Sfl).OW increase was approved by the regional office after reviewing the survey, Turner said. rhe final amounts approved by the office for three major student financial programs from July I. 1975 to June 30, 1q76 are 2.5 million for National Direct lcans; SI .2 million in college work study programs; 51.1 million for supplemental educational opportunity grants. "WE ARE satisned with this decision of the regional appeals panel. It is an increase of approximately IC per cent over last year's allocation. turner said Turner explained that the increase is due to the rising cost of education and the increase in UF enrollment. "Probably S.~ students will be involved in these programs with 51,2W per student." Turner said. BOR confirms Harris Marshall Harris was confirmed as a member of the Board of Regents (BOR) by the Florida Cabinet Tuesday. Harris was appointed to the Board by Go,. Reubin Askew the first week of January to succeed Carolyn Pierce. He will setve a aunt-year term. The fonner state representative front Miami, said he "will be looking at etiroilments 'cry closely." Harris pushed for investigations of graduate "enrollment padding" last spring. Aid applications available Applications for 197546 florida Student Assistance Grants for undergraduate students are now available at Tigert Hall in room 23. The applications must be completed and mailed to the State Department of Education by Mardi I, 1975.

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P.,. 4Th. tnd.9.ndnt Modda Alligar. W.dn.4o7.Jonuoty 22, IPS HEW to evaluate affirmative action supplement By JANET PARK Alligator Staff Wyftet Within 6(3 days the evaluation ot iFs affirmative action plan suppkment should be completed by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), accordtnM to an HEW official. Louis 0. Atyson. chief of the Higher Education Branch of the Office for Owl Rights, said Tuesday he couldn't comment on whether the supplement will be acceptable. THE SUPPLEMENT was prepared over the past two months to correct six deficiencies HEW found in UF's plan. fleoriginal hightydetailed lOOpageplan wassubmitted to HEW on May II, 1973. A 30 page plan had been submitted early in I 973. Between the submission of the first plan and the May 1973 plan, the federal requirements for affirmative action plans changed. ALL INSTITUTIONS receiving federal funds are required to put into action a plan to help women and minority workers gain a proportionate place in the nation's work force. Before the submission of the detailed May 1973 plan. public universities were to be inspected by the HEW. They would then write their affirmative action plans, taking into dCtOU 'it spec 'lie eLk rn pus prob Ic rim d s~ o~ ered Ii~ the I TI spectors. In 1973 this policy was changed, it Tio~ required a plan ~ ith or without an inspection UF1 HOWEVER, ~as inspected b~ HEWcqualoppovtuflity specialists FBI searches By SmART EMMRICH Alligator Staff WrItn Two young bank robbers were still at large Tuesday at 5 l,.m., after pulling a daytime holdup Monday at the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mid-florida, at the Gainesville Mall. FBI spokesman Jerry Hale said agents were searching in northeast Alachu. County for the two males. HALE SAID the police knew how much money was stolen by the robbers, but refused to release the amount. ~That's theprerogativeof the institution," Hale explained. Bank president Robat Hater also refused to give the amount, but tended it an "insignificant amount." In Ilk letter I' UtPre~,deni LI York C~J)tdirliIi~ iorrectton~ needed in the May 3973 plan. Hrson asked or ituire detail on UF's future plans. UP had its response to this letter ready by April, 1974 r ~as the 'erston ol UF's allitintive action plan in which he .rt deficiencies to be corrected were cited. county for robbers HESTER SAID he was upset by earlier statements by FBI agents that a "substantIal" amount of money was taken ui the robbery. It was not a significant amount, compared to the Inp~ttance of getting these two women back safe," Hester said. Two women hostages, bank manager Sue Collins and teller Barbara I-kIt, were taken by the robbers and released near Meirose a short time later. THE HOlDERS took bit's yellow Toyota station wagon when they left the bank, but the car was found by police late Tuesday morning west of Hawthorne. FBI agents were concentrating their search in that area, according to Hale. He said police did not know what kind of transportation the robbers were using. How is TECO's Jeff Rankin using magnets to clean air? By incorporating that idea and others into $33 million worth of antipollution equipment for Tampa Electric Company's power plants. Clean air is a continuing goal with TECO's Men of Energy. The equipment Jeff Rankin helped design presently removes 99.8% of fly ash before it escapes our stacks. He and other engineers are working on that remaining 0.2%. They're continually analyzing the performance of TECO's existing anti-pollution equipment to see what can be done to make it even better ...and the air a little cleaner. TECO IS WORKING FOR MEN OF ENERGY. Engineers who know they can contribute to cleaning up the air. Engineers who want to work for a company that gives them the chance to advance into higher management positions once they've proven themselves capable. Engineers who can appreciate the advantages of working in the Tampa. Florida area. If you're TECO material please contact your University Placement Counselor. ..he'll let you know when a TECO representative will be coming to your campus and help you arrange an interview. TECO ,~ -he ndn4n~ fiou'do Ailigabo. is a p.kdica.io. a' tampa Cornmuncotoi., nco.poad 0 nyc., ncfi.p.fit cc.pifl b is pubdi*.d f,~. lImes w.kly .xc.p. dwing June, July, nd Aug wi's, N'S publish,. urn, w.~iy, and dwlng tuderi hd4Id.~. w.d pvk& OPJflItnS in I,. Ifl&P.nd.r~ AiligS., *c. @4 itt editors of ik y.thlsl olihe crude and n.i $,ose of it,. U~vmnIly ofFioddo. itt Oy'* and by h indey.ndwn Fiond MI A4&. csnpo.deec. so Th inMefl4hhi Plants AIiiqso., PC. b. isa u-e* 351k. G.4ne~iIi. Fionda, fl' The indcpcndrj ~Iortd. Mhgw I, fld -Meond 'isa fl t*OI ib. 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------------m m * lEVERAGE *h ~ 'fled I U 'S U IC .I.fhlw? U.S.I.A. CHECI t. UKLUE STEAK MEEK -2* U "I. U --sItro hr U ------------------------I ~ MW> ~* ANSFUIICUIRIEI t Cctpowior I !!4~~P!~2" 3 U! I I 3 'PC*ISA~ I .C '44 I mmmmmmmm~ I L EMS lUSt uflut -S Th* Ind.p.nd.n* Floddo Alligotor W.dn.My. January 22. 1975, Peg. S Women's committee requests planning session with Marston Dy LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer I hr ~ (ninmittee (iTi the Slotusri Women 'med ruesdav to make an urgent request for a meeting ~.ith LIE President Robert Q. Marston concerning directions he has for he committee, I he cog,, Al 'lice is one of tour U F committees that report directly to the president, and Marston has not ~et met ~ith then,. Interim AIflrnative Action Cxrdinator Dr Doroth~ Nevill relentedd UF'~ affirmative action plan to the coninittlee tor icy e w. SOME MEMBERS expressed concern mer the s~sten, for I cmcdying possible promotion tenure and salary inequities. Members were concerned about whether it would work and requested more data br future meetings. [he coninhittec voted to ask Marston to call for an in~estigatiOii into the decision by the Board ol Managers of the Wayne Rut, Union to move the National Organwation or Won, cli's of hue space. Dt'an Phyllis M. Meek was elected n& chairperson of the t'og~iiii.tcec. replacing Dr. Glenna Cart. a phoio by john mown DOROTHY NEVILI. Presented affirmative action plan THERE WERE also two new student appointments to the committee Filna Safly and Cindy Shelenherger were ap~ pointed by Student Government. Shellenberger was ,~~nted Motilay as SO director of women's ittairs. Re cOilli~itttec agreed to look into the absence ot female Accent speakers. It is also collecting ~lata on day care centers for children of si iid en 15 UFF pushes for April election By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Wdt. C.,llectgve harMaining strategy and discussion of the latest argaitling new' were the themes of the United Faculty of Flori~1a IJFF) collective bargaining campaign workshop Saturday at the Catholic Student Center. UFF is pushing for an election to determine faculty collective bargaining agent as soon as at is feasible. "WE PROJECT an election April 15." Dr. ken Mcgill. UFE state executive secretary, said. Dr. Albert Guy. LIFE chapter president, amended Mcgill's I statement. saying the April IS date would be the earliest date tohold an election "if we can avoid thedelaying tactics." The UFF has been critical of Board of Regents (BOR) actonswhich they believe are intended to half the process of collective bargaining. "'THE BOR AND the AAUP (American Association of University Professors) are in a coalition," Mcgill said. He said the reason for the coalition is the postponement of all election for collective bargaining agent to repettent faculty and stati members of' the state universities. 1*. Ron Carpenter, AAUP-FIa. ,ice chairman, called such charges 'false" and 'ridiculous.' ThE MORNING seminar also contained criticism of slccific policies of the BOR. "The list of unfair labor practices grows and grows every day,' Mcgill said. Dr. Melvyn New. at large member of the UFF campaign team, cited two recent examples of such 'unfair" practices. including the inauguration speech of UP's new president. Dr. Robert 0. Marston. IN THE SPEECH, Morston labeled collective bargaining by faculty members at UF 'countcr.productive." Now also mentioned the BOR statenient of Ian. 13 as another possible unibir labor practice. The statement contained the phrase. "We hae concluded that collective bargaining is not in the best interests of hacultk, and administrative and professional personnel on the conipuso' of the State University System." New said statements such as those had the effect of in. tirnidating faculty personnel. But he added legal action will probably not he the outcome ot the UFF objections. "WE'RE SAVING these things." he said. adding if the bargaining effort stalls, UFF Call Mo to the Public Employcs Relations Commission "To put pressure on them (the 8CR) to bargain iii got~d faith." The issue of the economy also came up in infornial diwusions. Asked whether the legislature can afford to give tbcultv an across-:he~board pay increase plus the base pay which is pan of the UFF collective bargaining platform. Dr. Sam Andres.s. UFF state bargaining chairman, said salary increases in abe last five veers "hate not kept pace. ''We hase been subsidizing the uni'enit) system." he said. We I'm' ha'e the 'chick of' equalization. Collective bargaining sitil help us reorder the priorities of s.here the lll()iitt~ goes. ANDREWS ALSO announced the completion of a ''I'cntati'v contract for tollecti~e bargaining. He said changes can still be ijade. hut the document s.,ll he digrabuied thin the ,,en three seeks. Igicluded in the contract is tJie requirement of a "salary Iloor' br employs'. Besides the minimum, there wall be an opportunity for merit increases. One of the goals of the workshop was to emphasize the importance of the faculty reprcscntati~es within the UFF. "THERE IS NO guaranteeing we wont become another [earnsrers Union." Dr. Norman Markel. UFF president, said. He said the faculty representatives are the only defense against laying on another layer of bureaucracy.~ The representatives were asked to make a list of all ~embers ofiheir unit to be submitted to the UfFoffice. Mcgill pointed out the necessity of such lists. 'The BOR still doesn't know who works kr them, he said. Mcgill said the 80k couldn't turn o'cr a list of state university employs when it was requested by the Public Employcs Relations Commission. I 'Total woman I (From page one) 'Some men don't really know how to love so it is up to us to 1111 our husbands op with love and admiration," Killingsworth said. Most of the women said they attended the course because they read the boo. The Total Woman", written by Marabsel Morgan. Killingswortlvs best friend. Following the publication of the book the of Morgan's friends started traveling throughout the country teaching women how to please their husbands. ACCORDING to a hand count of the middle aged group all hut three of the women were married and one quarter of the group works. Three women came from as fat away as Waldo and Intirlachen to hear "what a god wife's life is all about," A majority had husbands who are attending or teaching at LIE. Others had husbands where ale executives in local banks and businesses, A few of the women admitted they came to hear Killingsworth because they wanted to keep their marriage loni going "stale." NONA VICICERS said, "I want to find out the way men look at things and get to know the nature of men." Another partiepant. Mary Jean Morriso. said she came because anytime a woman changes there 'is always agiwat possibility that he will change too. Itt answer to a question concerning women's liberation Killingsworth said, "I an, not in direct oppositlou, to liberation. I feel that women are equal but I believe iii letting the husband be the leader. I'll stand beside him no matter ,. hat." MOST OF ThE women questioned after the session felt they had gotine ulot out of it and sonic felt 'inspired". One woman said she was already liberated through her husband and the Lord. Killinrworth concluded, 'You treat him like a king and hell treat you like a queen. 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Pug* 4 The ini.p.nd.n. fadS4 MIla'o. W.4n.doy, Jonvory 22, Y75 a Static U.S. Sen. William Proxmre last week took 'orne positive action to bring the First Amendment up to date with the Age of the Anchorman. Proxmnire introduced a bill to repeal the "equal time" provision of the Communications Act of 1934 and the so-called "fairness doctrine" of the Federal Communications Commission. The equal time rule, section 315 of the Communications Act, requires radio and television stations which either give or sell air time to a political candidate to offer the same opportunity to all his opponents. The fairness doctrine requires broadcasters to present both sides of controversial issues if it presents any. The key word in both cases is "require." Both rules in effect accomplish exactly what the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution forbids government from doing to print media. They regulate editorial content. Government regulation of the air waves to some extent is necessary, though unpleasant. The reason is simple physics. There aren't enough broadcast frequencies to allow everyone to broadcast, so the government has to license broadcasters. But allowing government to assign frequencies is a far cry from allowing it to tell broadcast journalists what they can and cannot say. The traditional argument for the fairness doctrine and the equal time rule is that the air waves are public property and so the public must be guaranteed access to them. The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the fairness doctrine on the basis that the scarcity of broadcast frequencies limits public access, while there is no shortage of printing presses. Proimire, in a statement supporting his bill, points out the inadequacy of those arguments. "The answer to that, of course, is that in every large and medium-sized city -and in almost every small city -there are more television signals available than daily newspapers. And if radio stations are counted, as they must be. general audience broadcasting stations far out number general circulation newspapers. "And further, economic pressures make it nearly impossible to found a daily newspaper in a community when one already exists." A quick glance at the Gainesville area brings Proxmir&s point home. We have some five radio stations, and what with the cable, at least as many television stations. But on the print side, excluding The Alligator because our circulation is restricted to the UF campus, there's only one general circulation daily newspaper. And if you want to test the maxim that freedom of the press holds only for those who one, try taking on the New York Times Company, owner of the Gainesville Sun. While neither the fairness doctrine nor the equal time requirement allow prior restraint of broadcast content, they do act as silent censors. Section 315 stifles public access to information by making no distinction between serious candidates and jokers. Thus the pig farmer from Secaucus. New jersey, who ran for President in 1952 on the Poor Man's Party was by law entitled to the same air time as major party candidates. The Supreme Court has held that freedom of the press is unlimited, most recently last year when it found florida's right-to-reply law unconstitutional. The court wisely concluded that a responsible press cannot be legislated. We hope our Sent Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone support Proxmire's overdue attempt to extend the First Amendment to the electronic press. If it fails. you'll be able to hear Thomas Jetfence turning over in his grave, even through the static. Just because a genius can't find work these days, and inflation has us rushing to the exits at the grocery stores to beat the next rise in prices, doesn't mean the country's failing apart. After .11 I boup.tit a car the other day at half price because it had an empty gas tank. People complain about the 7 per cent unemployment rate but statistics are deceptive. A good solid chunk of those who can't find work aren't suffering blue collar workers, they're all the politicians left over fron, Watergate. AND LOOK AT Detroit. nickedd because consumer aren't buying tteir huge, gas guzzlers anymore. It's not because we can't afford the can, but who's going to buy one when the country's run out of parking spaces. But put a bit of suntan lotion on your face and look at the bright side. With the economy the way it is. at least we won't have any foreipers sneaking into the country and stealing our jobs. In fact just to psove how smashed the illegal immigration business is. I went down South of the Border the lher day to visit my friend Pace Gonzales. the border patrol. Getting there was easy hut the weather was tough to take. The Mexican desert was hot. Scorching hot. Trees were wilted into natural fire traps. thermometers were spouting their tops like geysers, and the sandbanks of the Rio Grade had turned into glass. Pace's own tears were dissolving into ~tcam before he could get them out. "WHAT'S ThE matter there Pace?" I asked. 'You ~bouId he happy now that there's not much work anymore. 'But senor there en. Ecs worse than eler." m~ Mexican friend sobbed back. "You mean people are still crossing the border to find work even with the unemploywient rate the way it is." "Senor they are crossing like stampeding cattle. Ecs even harder than stopping the marijuana. I am working Suddenly Nec leaped up and tired his pistol at a man wading ~nklc deep in the middle of the treacherous Rio Grande. "STOP SENOR or I will put a bulled in your cad." he hollered in a routine sounding voice. "But Paw." I said. You shouldn't complain. He\ not sneakingg into the United States, he's going the other way. It's probably just a Mexic.n going back to his homeland because he couldn't find work in my country." I; >1> / : "No. you don't undentand. He's eel a gringo sneaking into Mehico because he couldn't find work In your country. Dc river has changed direction and we cannot stop thousands of Cringes coming to Mehico every day to find jobs," Pace answered as he waved the fugitive over to our Cactus plant. "SENOR DO you want a build in your head? "Paw repeated to the American. 'Old have one right here between my teeth, thank you The President gave it tome himself. Do you want one?" "Senor you must turn back." Pace continued in a weary voice ignoring the man's questions as if he'd heard it all day. There en no work in Mehico" "Please sir." The hapless American dropped to his knees despite the horning sand. "Please sir, l'n, desperate and need a job. I've hunted, searched, and stood iii welfare lines until my win buttons nested. Please sir I'll do anything. I'll wash donkey's. harvest marijuana, sweep the msrketplaee. I'll dive off cuRs at Acupulco. I'll even kill my brother for ten cents and a lock of your daughter's black hair." "YOU HAVE to go back" Pace repeated. "or go to jail." "Free rood! I'll takethejail. Let nit in." Later that day when things had cooled off and the shadows held sonic solid cover Pace caught an older man stealing "cross the Rio Grande. 'Senor you have to go back." Paw was saying. "nUT I can't "the man replied. "i've been laid otT since August. I can't keep up with my hospital bills, and ni~ criminal record keeps mc from going beyond the job application.'' "What cc% you name." Pace asked to, the hundreth time that day. 'Richard sir. Richard Nixon." r The Independent Florida Alligator CU Omnucan B' OeM SmIIh UIte.In-dIS kM KMln News Slier T~n Weed M.nagtr Edt' OebI -I*m LA. Tony lhidth# G.wml Ms,.0. Joan V Cot Mswgsr Ma iwlyn Bed .MmlnlnIv. ASSW Ann. Molpiw. C. Soy IN~ bot.wrnMm.g.v Ton, M.dtomon by McGee Jr. .Mv.tdng Men.gs. key H.p. .' ~ ~ -. Month. Mv.iIag P~o6a Ma9., ~ -Shoal Noducton Men.p. Sha~i Noduden MOn.ge. Mm Joe Pta" j by Campus Coamunkattofl*. Inc rO. Box 132S Unlvwilty beta. Osa VhS. tvIt cOllins hdhd Sm College km. 1725 Wa L&*eSfr Avwn. tarn 0fie -n'~~ 1*1.W Ospa SN-Mit Adv.flII,,g e.d Pmdudl.n b~.t WE-Mt 'HE rnLLKiCV.T CWSM3JUBTMWr The Mexican border affair TONY ARNADE SATIRE

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Th. Ind.pnd.,~*Flau1Jo Aiflgoor. *.An.4~y, Jo~oouy 22, IV 3, P.~.7 Lenny Bruce is still out there somewhere A~ we all know, Lenny Hruce wa~ one of the originators of the counter-culture.' Rising from dingy niter~ cellars to shake his fists at American spuital decay, Lenn) Bruce attracted all manner of rabid devotees to his less-thanretiring humor. Proofof his enduring appeal beyond the grave lies in the lucrative reprinting of his autobiography, and the SILO. theatrics and fllnic dramatizations of his life and work, It seems everyone is hopping on the Bruce adulation bandwagon. I THINK THERE are several reasons for this. The first one is, perhaps, the obvious Bruce is dead. In (ill? culture we have had a tendency to revere the dear departed In a fashion that the deceased would probably find, if they were still alive and commenting, slightly embarrassing. Witness the cults which today flourish around Jack Kercuac, Jim Croce, and Greg Aliman. not to mention John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. THERE ABE, however, deeper aspects to this question. North America, which has undergone profound alteration since the Second World War, has often been the recipient of innovations within the philosophies and living arts. Thus. the absurdist and black comedic camps have found subscribers in this country. Aniong those was Lenny Bruce. Those of us who "relate' to Lenny Bruce probably sense the irony. Injustice, and causticity of life of which Bruce .poke so fervently. When I attended the showing of the Lenny Bruce Petrmance film muttering. of "right on" and yeahhh" were heard throughout the theater. ANo'nIEIt REASON for the appeal of Lenny has been I, is abrasive n'i'tencc on man corn ritcnalit~ As he 'a~s. we ic all the same schmuck. We all ha'e ,inglar human octs and limited perceptions. And in these increasingly urban times, we seem to be. Lenny says. isolating ourselves from one another and our essential collective humanness. Sociologists support Lenny's contention: our cosmopolitan society seems to be stratifying into enclaves of separation and exile: professionals scorn non-professionals. neighbors don't know one another. semi-literate. scoff at those with an excess' of book-l'arning. People are becoming norc insulated. more timorous, more alone, 'THE BRUCE aficionados think Lenny breaks through this barrier of loneliness and personal isolation by seizing his audiences with his powerful words about taboo subjects. By being the antithesis of the standoffish, death-and-taxes comic and thereby involving his audiences in the mutual perceptions of cultural asininities. Lenny achieves a satis~'ing rapport. Those lulled into a dull blankness by the soft gleam of a TV in a small, closed room are reawakened into a vivid human awareness, by Bruce's incisive thrusts into basic human foibles. For Bruce sex was not a dirty, furtivelysought pleasure but a revelling i~ Ilk's physical and spiritual capacities. Religion should not be "hawked' by the big-bir organizers nor should semantic onuacs like or 'kike" be given a sneaking, smirking credence. People need to communicate, says Bruce, and when that comes about, most of our basic societal ills will be resolved. RICHARD DURKHOLDER ONE CAll SEE what this idea might mew to the descendants of the "flower children" or the typo waned on televised entertainment -for them lacy represents a refreshing reappralal of a society groins callous and unfeeling. Finally, we can observe the thrall in which Lenny grips his audience for a live (or Ia the case, filmed) session: his fans are transfixed by the sheer physical energy Bruce displays on stage. His gyrating stream-of-consciousness choreography accentuates his words and gestures to the point that even Savonarola might have difficulty competing with hin. His listeners thus come away flu. the nitedub or concert hall feeling shell-shocked but, iii their own funds, more knowledgable. And hardly, ashamed or powerless. WHICH IS perhaps the linchpin of the entire Bruce phenomenon: his audiences achieve new social and personaR insights that transcend the mere diversion of watching a good comedian. They are made to realize and thereby they become Bruce cultists. Why not cut pay at the top? EDITOR: I work at the university and after reading the article in January lSth's Alligator, "Money Shortage -How Much Worse?" I was very disturbed about the adninistrators ideasof how to save money. The one that disturbed inc the most was Victor YelloWs, who is the assistant to the Vice President Ibr Academic Affairs. He suggested that there be a lay-otT of 3~ probationary career service employees. It is had enough that we've got to he worried about the rising inst of living let alone losing our jobs! If they were so conceriied about sving the university money and cutting inflation why don't they look in another direction instead of the traditional lay offi. Why don't these administrators tighten their own belts a little. I've got a su~estion along these lines. After looking through the University of florida's budget (which is public record in the main library. I suggest others look at it) I came up with a random sampling of 20 top administrators, and there are a lot more, I figured that if these 20 people. including the president, would take a cut in salary so that they won't make over 520,0W it would save the university S273,693.(m. So come on people -If you re so concerned about the economic situation and the university: how about you biting the bullet for awhile. because if you don't think you can live on S20.~0 a year how do you expect nic to live oui 55.300? Jeffrey Armstrong Odum's Law missing its mark EDITOR: Ii was good ol the Alligator (and Newsweek) to feature Dr. Howard Odum and his work. He is on elective graduate research brings credit to the Llrnvershy and, through Doug Dial talv.mct Sitar Odunfi Law, makes us think in terms of net energy. Unfortunately. Dr. Odunu riles Laws better than he interprets and applies them. His solution (avon "labor,ntc.'nsivc. land-Intensive Ron Cunningham k~n site. QOtr Kochofile' J' Photo Edi'., Or.g Fine Mmdi Kernon Spfl Sit., Mat N.w. Silo, agriculture with a minimum of machines and artificial t~rtilizers." lie recommends the pastoral system of lower. energy agricultural patterns tha have long been with inS' That is precisely what many of the countries of the world arc doing with the result that hey have nillilons tindernourished and masses starving. In the United States. agricultural production is nnininglv ernelent In terms ol energy usage. Counting all cIiL'r~~ inputs. It requires an ulnio~t unbelievable 2 per ~eiit of our nation s total enc.'rg~ use to produce all food we need and export. In terms of gasoline, this amounts to iii itvero~lt' of only 112 gallons per year per person. In other ~.ords. agriculture produces on&s annual rood needs with the same amount of enerp as required to make one trip to St. Louis and back in a~ average-sired car. We usc. almost 10 times as much uasolinc just to drive around as to produce our Ibod. Yes. our food production is an energy user in ter.ns of Odunis Net-energy Law. but hiT here efficient th an almost anything else "e do or produce. We recommend our scientific approach to agricultural prddliction as being the most efficient and ,cst Ilean; of survival ever devised. Hrn'ard *4. Wllkowske Assistant Dean fbi ~grIcu It ~ial Research WAS ADVICE & DISSENT F r It's bullet biting time again dad I can just see my father sitting then, cigarette In had. watching President Gerry on the tube. My dad really gets into politic. and he wouldn't think of missing a Presidential address. I can seen him nodding his head.Tax Rebate. "that's not bad". .Pive Year Postponement of Mandatory Pollution S tviiig Devices. .."okay. I can buy that" (he's never been a great environmentalist). Tax on Imported Oil. no nodding of head here, probably more or less of a blank stare -he's not too thrilled about paying seven to nin, cents a gallon more for gasoline, hut he Is grateful there is no 20 or SOcents a gallon tax. Five Per Cent Ceiling on All Government Pay Increases i've been out of government work for tiara years now, that doesn't bother me". Five Per Cent Ceiling On All Government Pension Cost of Living Raises. ..the blank stare returns; the cigarette fails to the floor. "WHAT THE HELL IS THAT JERK DOINGllltll'VEGOT AN & PER CENT RAISE IN MY PUISION COMING AND IF ANYTHING HAPPENS. WELL DAD, it's the ole bullet biting time again. Gerry I saysitwillaffecteveryoneandbygeorgeltdocs. I'm sure none of the government workers are too happy about that five per cent ceiling, but neither are the envlronnientajists too excited about the live years they have to wait before auto manufacturers have to put pollution saving devices on our cars. And even though we will be getting a rebate on our taxes, no one is too thrilled about the prospect of using that money to pay more for gasoline. These proposals might not make it easy on us for the next year. but something has to be tried in order to pet the economy out of the mess il's in. Face fads, things area I too great the way they are not. I THINK the Alligator reflects this in its series. "Hard Times at UP". This recession hits everyone, everywhere, from the autoworker in Detroit to graduate assistant in GaInesville, It's time for some drastic measures, and the Present has told us which ones he plans to submit for Congressional approval. I believe that this is as good, if not better than any program previously proposed. I'm sure that the House and Senate will modify it some, but I think they will accept It. In an era where criticism of what the President does has become fashionable. regardlessof what it is. wouldfl It be nice tbr a change if the people of the United States got I together and supported the President's program -or at least gave it a chance? RECESSION is not a Democratic or a RepublIcan problem. It is an American problem. One which we must light together. pulling partisan viewpoints aside. Hey Dad! Wanna split for a year's supply of builds? Andrew Salvage 4S The Independent Florida Alligator

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NW ~,h sTEEl' ond~ tI.d BOULI ARO t -UK came -'U -FOR SALE for 'ole -pfymouth ~oliont win Odlo-Meosef engine running peifecti, COTM floflO after )M of 3727248 $150 o-5.-62~I 70 honda cb~50 pERFECT CGC tw tile,, ton. up, bae.y-.lecPhc 3*0,1, ck, bars Must SELL THIS WUk U~ -make diet Ton, ripe (A.ST-63-P) qgg.VI .In ntsted cornpl*$* $~W X gel oqucium fIt, food, enr~th.ng 0' &me $2O,~ bees buy on all k$n~ of icubo 3fl-)VI 2 Randy (A-ST-aS. p) Fog SALE Kodak retina ,.iI.u $ 35.,, comero 2~ yagoico Iyes sm Vt comew '0'. am-In, jyc fo wtl,.o conIroIlyn", 20). vC speak. 125. 'vc cameo. op. deck fl 6 rnon.l, old won. oit.o racing b.cytl* eden. 25 osh.,, off. anytime 392-8246 (a-544C-_ Aflhur Ate Isfinhs ackel for sole 1660~ n.w now on sal. Ice ~0) or best oiw foe infonnoior, coil Md. S.r,.r of 3763602 after 5 p ni a-&-4-p) FW ~A4E 60 flAT 850 SAOE 1550 P7I ~fl2 (o-)-M-pl Electric GuMo, & amp S~ phone 3784744 aft. pn' (A-5T.6I-P~ FoSoIe 35mm 26 Auto Voshin on-OX Len, Good Coridmlion St 0' with cote CaU 3Th5716 Anyt.mn (A-ST.61-NC) Schwnn varsity '0 speed bicycle cellont condition, m.n.J. include, molt tear luguoe cock. on ,id. basket. p*. 377-0529 oIl. 6pm $80 (o-3t44-p~ l~Ll4 omplifier FM .t.ea tuinlotle unit and h.odton.s StW coil 3"7555 oh., fey. (o-3t-6A-p) lelo good condition ~oce-loving, fold-out turntable new cartridge hookup foe extra speck.'. $500' 3764719 eve FO SALE 60 ,'RA~*A OHIA WIIN 62 REBISLT ENGI~4 ~OUG44 AWy ~EOOTIA&E 31,1364 0 Sun. bike. 8 mnontln old perfect cond .g 1)65 now $99 or best off.,, also Nikon F with F T N mete, nnd So me, I lense muss sacrifice, 135C or best off, coil P74436 A-~OT-5.P) 68 C hog. Dodge 383 ouloniolic A C silver w red 'nt.,'or cleon $~ wosh., dry. general electric $~ adding machine $40 gloss toble n-choirs call 377 29SV, 3~7-2lB7 (A-ST-65-P) wick., couch orid standing table lanip to, .ole coil Debbie 373-7~~ (A 2165 P. I-Sic Lux stereo orn~~ bas, and treble far oath channel 25 ml per channel en ~.ot 'hap. new l~ yours $95 Derrick 376-3537 Afi., 5 p rT, (A 3T-65-P) Li bc foot ef, igerotor -excel lent cOndition 65 dollar, coil p.r. 3fl4fl6 A 2T 65-P) ________________ Coiculotni HP-35 1)95 Chorger Cm., Woteant.e Leave non,. ond numb., ot 377 SeQ IA-)T.O5-P) os sof. registered beogle puppies $50 owotoki 5~, ~ rile. 170' Psion. 373.3947 (A 31 65 pl or wie martin classical guitar NW model plus hardihelt CO. SO p~eos corns by our house 27)5 NW A ploce nor n.ngs only (A 5165P) :2 tiringt (Juno, nov19 camera for sole tot1 392.e,4 oft, Apr,, A 1-63-PI FOR RENT Roommate needed 2 bedroom opt., close to campus F,. parking water gas& sewage $83-a month electric I psone Coil Sort at 313-3802 oft., OX Fern oommot. needed ot Plot. Apt 0*,, bden, $97 Ut AC pooi sauna Move en now Jon rent paid Coil Virginia 39~-~6l 20, corn. by No 6 851 aSPI FOR RENT "ole rooninolO I., Country Oa.d.ni $58 Oreot location. Call 2203 oft. 5 move Iv, p) furnished opt en p.' 'no *ut~ 317-1,4 or 378imm.d, (6.3143student ow,, bedroom In nit. 3 be&m 2 boll, ben opt AC cefl*Ol tiecs l.rge $60 -no 4 13 ~,I 10 mit, '.l.i ~, call 3fl-IS onytime (S.ST-65-P) AIitil Paid -CI.on&spodousopt biking dioonce to co.T9ut in eon No lease. drapes Kilch*n equipped Ideal for s*udennll Openon' -Spat 31,6892 3 b* host,. on II -Ornofl wooded pen. and pastures. Low rent with heat fully equipped kitchen, Located ninoieinboftMchty (lI4I0~ Ope.,7davs 31,4992 3 bdrlont -5 blocks fto.,, U elFIn Ideal location for gudens Spoocus will, all appliances alt, heat, wrpe* drapes. f.nc.d (ItS) Open Porn to pn. V7-6892 $90 month -PLAIIC cow horn, in qijiel location Pelt allowed -no ease Setter hutry (t1712) Open'doyi P749,2 2 b& Apt Walk to canipus -Son, util po~ Extra thorpe it, idea) MtS locutIon, No lease carpet', &op., fully equipped kitchen (lfl) Open, 9cm to p.r 377-9n $125 ho.',. oil util paid Nearby bk. cotto., Fully furnished wilt, heon, carpet drop. Icnced Pets O~ll Students w.lcom&l (1203) United Peal Estate Asac' ll3~'f lath Ave Open Porn Ca gpo, 377.6892 (6-51-65-C) Female ,oornrTote foe f,.nch qucef. $5625 4/4 utfliti. January renl fee. '-3358 (B-21-65-P) SUW HANCOCK S AUTO REPAIR MI Watt G.vfl~ Mojor-MIti& R.pcirt 2DB NW. lOAn. 377-315 NRJBJUA flAt 3764440 MIKE'S BoosomPipe Tobacco Shop DCWn~oWn IWLLIS. M-FS.9 Is. 6.4 a-T 1:6 LXDTING LOVENTUAEI iEIFIIEESTUIRMAriEv' Ce6:15 C "IS S --C .. 'U CAMERA SHOP Yes we have RODI NAL 232 W. University 376-7657 S." U. h *.uq.rq.sn %g. a, 1l~. lnd~e.d.t Rodde AJIIg.tr. Wednesday, January fl 1975 Dooms fl SL2hlltk 2Q0 P.M. ItIE 35371 va~a acm WNDAY I

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nd~.nd.nt Acrid. MIIg$o, W.dnnd.y. Jono.ry 22 197$, Pg., imnc~S 4&v F CUSTOM FRAMING an. a in FOR RENT FOR RENT emn~. roar,, mate wonted 15225 pcI ~OOME JAN ~[NT PAIDI Stereo ,onth .V. utiIkIs, Wiog. Pwk 4,t. JHCX S$og etc VIZCAtA $90 ,nuory refit 9r. Call W$~VW ci 377uhiiihiet 377 IdA or 3~3-2453 Sorry 269 (b-5443I C ------3ting~ I I 50046 + COtLEClors PUNTS 1 A I UMflWWIIIOt4PRINm I I 17W.UeIv. 37&32M I ----------J UNIVERSITY CITY TRAVEL ur ANTEAK.PLANE.8HIp r 923 W. WIvmSIy An. GeNn.msNh. N. Slut : STUDUT GOVT. PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS A FREE MOVIE * * I~ WALKING TALL FRIDAY * * JAN. 26 ON THE GRASS AT THE * PLAZA 0 IC 8 WANTED [borol Female Aoomrnot. Wonted to s~oe luxurious opt 2 b*oorn oil furnished $150 a month tr,*Me after pi', oth. Village Susan 2 (C-lOT~IL cab 0~. & StVS Top %wIcc. paIdfo, ten. old i.weby. en c.a*id.MIcI cal 1.berol cmnohe rocinmot. wanfld own ~&ooni 2 frlods lyomn wmpus tfl 50 mopt~ 4 u*hlfl,.s ~olI 373.9296 no p.9. of now ci wing (Ct5T7MJ WANTED N.d two f.mol. 'ooe"n'aq.s.oev goi,,g r.pon.'bl. 512 NW 2nd s$ W& 22524 no old porI-terrie p44 n& 0 oood horn. Roico. (C-5T45-P~ 'cinch. Rccrrno. wonted t + ~ uflhiws Goqowood 4" CoIl O.~b4. ohs. 3pm 3fl-flld (C-ST-OS-?) F.rrio)e own vecm + bh Knd,.n, w~.r*rr privilep. loSe -.9utilkin Ca~I S~-I66S 64 -VS. 9flAftet 5 No e.nPIe. (c41.40-P): FOR RENT or 2 oorrnot., wont.d 1650or Sn mc 4 utihin. 2 bodroorT, 2 bot, furn opt COUflTy gord.n, gract Ocothon coil 3fl~ I '61 (6 5T-63.~) WANt JO MOVE? you desir. a nov* von, your pr.nl n con rent, subl.t It O find you o roornrnol. rnn'*dmot.Iy oh NO CQ6t Coil today' I United *.oi ~srot. Anoc hoc 113 j 164, Ave 34-am (b-fs-S$-c) org. 'am. ho. we bdoomn. ovoil ~v.,oI *nlroncn Io.~. yd pool 85 a no pief., grod student ~o.'gn students welcome 3920 SW dFI 37~-4O49 (b-2~-6j0, Br urn co to U of F ond wtVgol. s~'opplng own Octro. new corpel lock peep hole oc on4 h.ot woik it. coset 48 no 373PS (b-St.6A.pj own corn in 2 b~ opt 3 ml fran~ camp 65 no + ~ jul coIl 376-4324 between 6 8 pin 821 6S-P) Poomnmo,. wonted own roonl 4 bdm twnbs $~ mon + utl call 373545? o, ttopby 2930 SW fld'mr opt I~ I,. dlILog. opt B.3t.65.P) WANTED 00 woniod for country living 5mm to U of F -own bedroom $65 I 3 utll -liberal but Mon.,. coil cho.',. at 376-450 (doyV (C-5143-P~ ,oornr,,ot. hove 2 N toil., privomly Jocorad IC miles ton, corTipo, has air. control heat orid is completely funisl,.d coil mwf S-I In.,, 462 2709160 (C-ST.63Fr ~~)MMAIT one nce-,ized hr. ,$ore both ,r~ 3 b. a, KINCi C~*E~~ 39 ave FEMALE CnIl Andeo 0~ She, 37819fl SOS ~ C-ST-as?) fernole comma'. for 7 hr opt 6? 75 'no j,,iites ricer trial I cental 0l~ pool tort, souno urgent Ic it 64 p1 ____________________ I male cornole 0 .baie bdrrn In? bdrrn ownhou~e Oo~ ro,,,r '3 33 mo 4 -3 ,,tltie~ ion 'erg Fee coN Waiter or 1orn P3 Q342 I' 5? 64 p ,oomrrnqe wnr~ied ~or ow,, roan, in 46, oak tor cii api orn1ci inbie t bik, to UF *6 ron coil cIMick a, 641 373-1617 Ic St 64 p1 __________ FEMALE roorrrnotf mmedioietyl $69 ~ ahirties en' pd un'1 31st I bli Iron, 'get Coil l~Iey 378-063~ Color,.oI Monor (~ 3t 6A-p~ roolnote wonied or 3 OP h*t. 4650 no I 3 tiP call 376-4759 or corn. by 3154 t 0th St c2tSAp1 -TONIGHT 9-12 ~minxsaueu~ now paying RUBY RAY S UOLEY 3500 Sw 13th ST.

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GOING OUT FORCED TO MOVE BUSINESS on these and JOG's of other E.g. Mc '@4. 'in Rog. P1*. items' SM. Mc. I living Room Ma. ~95 ToN., $495 Sex 5r"p 29wI. I lu-I. 839.50 m~ 25MG New hA. kyen Mac. Mb 14130 599.70 DInSb 69.50 539.50 Living Room CM., .4 bow. 5.At 896 549.20 oom~.c.d 19.59 $1095 FURNITURE CITY C.m. .4 L UninniIy A Si Ace Oem A. Coo nw. When. D.portm.nt Sb. beSt HELP WANTED 563OSSS 1# WW-PMT TIME Unlirniled .enlng polefihlal in oddisising en. velapee ci how. Con'~on6. pay lop moofl a. thai pe.t.ccl 'ouch F. hnlh*' nformollon 'egordino op. pc.~unhii.t wI$, ha. to.~poflia. sad $2 -Ptc.niM Advw4sIng~ p0 Bo~ I 7P. Ailaiso, Ot ~ (*4T.M-P) 1n Wanted. Muss be satin EnglIsh, ipeaking + '.~u hen nouqag heofr4 PW call Ak.w ~2.Z49 bMw.r per. LApin Mo. ,twj'rI W* tIll -y 52 P. hots E.IQT.63-C) nI'rOMiO4 H~. ad by A. H'. Ads hoast h. S. 59)JUt 20 n.j. So o~ Gowelli. on -MI -.V ~~1 aAss RHOS UWA? 04 EWMU 2mW. tMfnSty Mt 272. AIM Come Spend A Mehw Afternoon With LOUPINWAINWRIOUT ass onus A FREE CONCERT BY THE POND HELP WANTED PoI *ln, clew ,nonog.' woik V.flIflp ~ must han goad ftonpoflaflcn '0, imftiflOlifl Coil 3'2-448I (f-31-43-P) could you iaodl. on m~ooai~J. lob? pJIcSlor. we tun*ndy heing cclot fail, 975 resident oajbon. ~,on'ou wnh 'he division o4 housing. apply bMw. feb. I. 975 ciw of heu~. w 44 flt (.-a-64-pI AUTOS Information 376-4446 972 W/ C01559a, Pop-Up W. *'11fl coodillan Inside 4 out Muss ll Ccli nat-n -SW. G.STAG.P) lIWdWn.toped.ck.A-C -H.oflfl '488 After 5* (G-4T-45-P) 972 Ford PINe, *.c.IIe.t Card. auto tin. goad sires, cacaO.,. g" rnuIlog. Sin coil ri-inP (G-5T.48-P) S mustang: fair cond#ion *2 .~in. PUln.wohl*l. .Ilm orul h.ftneo6AS MY. -wa&day. 1201 NW ~h Ave ~44p) WI Capil I6~mutSIl A .eeed radiolt cli cood low mileage -condhio., call )fl-9W inking 16W willing to wart ihIng gui (a-SAG~) CLASSiC 66 ~8 miN 'end,, cutao, in1, Sara a9 mkhelIns. radial. U mfl niut -to app.ec. $1375 a, bet fl 3730254 (~54-4Q.p~ S ttw~ veil nw and shacks 3W v4 3 .d sand *~c.ilant cord. many eatassee tooppreclo'. call Eli W4D12 (6-5r-O-P~ PERSONAL ~5 -~ FROM L0~Wt~, CW OPEN. Speciollulng In Englis, hal, ailing, blow waving for 4.e In look unisex bep by Colonial Picaa fle W UnIv. Ave. 3fl-hd3 (I-S-flpi gerpkingnowop.nansw IN, S. 4 It Avt pock cia. a byes, tlgen, norma., a lisl, hell, hourly. tOy a y coo' munily senka weSt gay men arid wome~, ernest lhw.doys -7 Pr., 0 ~ftV IS err info coil san, ci mINI Mon -Oan -392.1575 Il-1049.) GE-WAR-GO (mOstly) LAS n. hen,. vary offectiov.a and iv$.llig.#. Ccli Laity or NOw4e W S'S nw 1*9, Dr (J414C) O'~USEAS JOB -Aut.rolio, Europe. S. A~neIc Africo 5rudsn~ all proleab@n end occupali. 57W so mon*iy. poW. gnnim. hi#uelng. Fr. Informallon TRAPJSWO#LO ARC$ Ca Dept G6~ P0. ba a Cese ~ro, CA 9*25 J-4T40-P) Cob's Iacal hal, r.vnav p.r monenhly. Coil tdrnund Dwyer elodroleg~t over 20 yea. .xparl.4t*. Call 372-in9 (J-M-61-C) eddlng InvItations 31140 per I bt~ra ceO 59.95, pAba Sarr~ mopeafic tiy, oMa, priMing. ClIff *4.11 PISIVI 110 N. Mole. (Sn-SC) Unit I1~4 Snufi cbes St -nwn 1215 1W 5.9, Ave (off I*S.) Moo *eu lean. 7*. 9. 37S-7131. (J-NT-60.P) vAUlt UNWCPMS. Quality, bleached. 324 up. K.a-Oo. 1215 NW 51, An, I Mt -.4 IN, Si, Moo-Wad-Fri eve VS.flSl IJ-5140-P) SAW ~*Y 0~ WAM tdIance cfwwabaC 25mg 2S jab. for Uwe --supply ~ 0*. ale Raeehip S mg. mm9 (2 Coniple., Mu~iusovn'., a. AAOTER 1MU4 404 MV 5th St 55224 (j.S44o~ mortar boord appilcelions flow avaIlable for ~jniw cellar *cnefeq unto. Women *10.3 Os pick upyca the ,ahi. union ocIlyMes desk -third laos -tigers irdo -(J.5143.C) mars MCII TO SM WITH c-lily -ea Simday Ja 26 GRAHAM 3dNIPM S TV Charnel. A weatner colonel. UPI Nan New York I ~ Ex~hn~. 2 FM stations on TV Chann.lt end OFM end AAM ~*MbtS On the PM fl.W -cm macu cMU ca mc. mtapast -r CIT UOI BY MALI t4 sock -wry we fill yo~ orders for you. N. pevlo.a .Iqerler.ce flflflOy, -~W yOu oIl sha frlcks. Ideal ~, slime vat Anyone can dolt. lit only U.~ far yov bgiNnrsKh f IUCIOnt Na*lng.beIo buy 4ove, uS. ehha, -or be If -deIItd.d. IitWP kit for ~ ,.fund. But FOIVI ThIs so llsgMd.ffel StEM TI CONY VY iNN CISC WA* MaIM U 0111 co.anl In~,uci6ar. for Saitino fran, uch -C CIRCUlAR &U1 -Only 53 WANT 10 MAIm 31? fond more) with no woik? No np.t Wmft.hrca.nple. -fully guw.ed Ia brIng you his kind of money Each. -dollars f.' coot. pi-mist an mum EVE W#ITflN and how lb vnail ib only tic. M or. Iteted to HAlF you mall Ii to .end you back money Co.rplS.kr.Up 12. Yam OWN mOISCUS MM 14*1mm t2lnvmn i.all IslakaEvayO.Ing n.eded-only$2W mftaMi ML NW .eI~SI PWT SAAB WY IA) 3315 BAANSCI4E fl. NO. 8 Sam ~uio Save Pea. Ia-I r 4 9*9*S~* 4, ,d~., ~ 9. 4.

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The Ind.p.od.otfl.d&MII.tt, w.4.a.y. J.v.vyZ, 1915, P.g. It STREET'S 161tN.W. IS, ST I DAy flAVlfl 1 ijAy FRANCNISW DEALS AUAcCEsONIB CALL 377-DIKE mm vain eta -u~ I a -S Ucl4atchers Jewelers it US,. M MS-UN PERSONAL how yo~', ~.ppa'' to, iAk)~ RASKEIBAIU lob I ~ into, lx~~r'b& flpp'odiaton day *'d'v'du', on'l orri~roiions ''u.ied in ~ t.cn,.er OmrOIi*fOn Ii in., worded drifidirin an 27 lot tLn.her 'BIG Cl bill ,,, 92 ~2hI 0, 372 610 '$1 64p, ilIlAi~olIv~ ieor{iinq O'!~' fl!~i! 19 in onqOiflq ~tfllfl Elf (I edited ;eloo I will' I open! ogs or hi Id,.rB parer,' pa, it 4)0110!' ostenroL io our philosophy a rid oil mare rho' ou ~ hoot 01eae WI I days 3'6 9154 even.nq, 3)7 '583 ni 178 ~'26 I' St 44 'orliho BooLpods T~i rail Shoes White $tr.q Sp.do 5othrrg Sut's Join Urri~ 14,kng Club Aliens Aquolic & troil (pr'ter 3448W Uw 3739233 1 PP 65C It *s not his to boasi who lovetI, his touritry. but I is his who oveth the world Boho I Writing, (J IT 65 Ct EiiIIhiIvLPIU PERSONAL iii, 2IF~ (nst ~w.,ot ,hrL 9uy ~~i' a ~~'j*'v *i~nri. Ioi,,~ and f,,end 'nov tour birthday Lie os ii&ippv ,,~ iou r~i(Jke otrs ev~r~day' F Iniol I}jou, Id Wif U[L}~4IQ~4 or F -4 329 imng uil&i'iiry .' rr~ ot 1231 SW 3rd ovr No Ii, ir(~ ii ij~rn i ed 370 S25~ II '(--do, ditty I,,,,oIir, don I Jwoyi I,,,, ii ~tnnd by youu p tour ~ IT 65 P) LOST& FOUND Pewurd oil wrisi braCelet .nhInlentaI vol uc rscr 'bed 0 your brigHt future coil berry 374~L B 3729405 Pleos. (1 Jr 63 125 'eward, C. return of red and whit. Seogle mole lost vicinity of seors Jon 9 Has Dod. Co togs no ~sue.flons, coIl 377 7904. 392-2977 (I 3? SQ-p) LOS' On. pa', org. sunglasses left on picnic tobl. behind mccorty half or, friday prr Sentirn.ntol value ~los cold kothy 370 9673 121 4-pJ PEVVAPD, offered Ia. o white-foced omega wotch lost in or wound 4,. univ cud or.d friday nite If found please colt 3Th-q~l (L-3t-66-P) LOST grey Siamese mole cc, fto codor with 'rca4 it' toil I -16-75 naIl, of ui,'vqilty r.w~d call 3~3~I393 (L-2t66F) SERVICES CIV! 11* RAR~S SPRING WEAK uniintl.d nIt 3 m.d, a dovo bu4 alt fo,$lOfo. 5~louuousdoy.rncr 243 fo. mae into ph John Ap.Ibcon. 392-8755 Color o~,tdoa portraits 2 shoIs to chos from $5 shoctung fee, 0,0 -$6 5x7 -$4. AxS $3 Economy wedding I would Ilk. lo show you my work Ronnie Korn 3~-6O2 (M ST-*$-P) ~ Spmiof tan. up fo, any year WV 750 plus ports, tune up & oil 'hang. $9 ~ all work gucmont.d. coil mike lot OW 3fl959 (M-ST-66-P) Basic, odvonce & underwater Photo (doss, tlort.ng soim svice r.niol ow. trips Torn alien "Co host of wild l.irtgdon~ TV All.,, Aouolic S Ira'1 Center 3448 W Univ 373-9223 M FQ65.q ELECTRQySIS By oppo'rtmnl only it iN Karp T.lephon. 904) 37656'3 ni 0 SCUBA CLASS itOdi Feb 2 cdi qu'pmen provided including "cik, fins. momk.t BC and lull wdisuit Internotionol cesilficotion *.stboo& cmi oil air 5 op.n-wolm d,~,.s cast 535 nteoluteiy no *xtra dieg. coIF $cuto Dynamics 3~'3-5069 (vi, ~M-p) Opt ICTUGAS for spring bred' diving and coniping rip Fly by .oioYe from key Wesi march 21 25o, 25-29 Alt cubo equipment p.ov.ded Explore his$ouic Foil Jeffanon $115 with ceflfrcoI'on $150 incitMeh Ia I scuba cours, coil Scuba flynornics 373 5060 lrn-$t-6d ph ___ oiv~a~ WOMEN $eking Supott And Counseling? A proisp will be ofesedon thursday. 12 noon to Z PM by 19. worT'OflS walL in counseling servIce Calt 392-iS'S 0, 51o by 311 111t1* for rio ________________________ 141W& USES / Ar) CO.Qrt *0. IKOADiSO c0w0j1#*'5 -~ -'S U? -SILL -73n5 466-3340 IAS W0,WI'M 006 MMII 0~ classIfIed. are available at the Campus Shop and Bookstore SERVICES WE JW4RRIED STUDENT CENTEft OFFERS FULL WAI~CE 0* HElPING SaVICES. MEDICAL AND DAy CAPE REFERRAL FPfl 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL jfl4125 MOTAM$ IN /Ai.AS~A handbook how to work and dive in Alaska Latest pipeline ,nfcrmolorl $300 iA 8ox7, Norwich. Yt 05055 63 P~ WIRED FOG S}GHT The Eyeglass Super Marl' UNM*SITY cWTICIANS 3WSWdthAie 378-44E IM 5053-C) HYPt~IS H4LPS tCftf ATTAiN GOMS BY AIDiNG ANY PHYSCAt AC PJENTAL ABILiTYStUDyiNG WEMOPY AThUTIcS 373-3059 Conohd C Prot CertIfied MiH, FAPH (n'-2li-A8.p~ MEDiCAL CaLEG* ADMlS5lO~ PRACtiCE TEST Natronnde eel to prer. far aduol MOAT teul onolyred, score ond percentile toni. cooled EUIION-l$~AiL--AFRlCAASiA Trovel dhscounls y.cr-round S@jdeni Al. Irrycl A.ncy. Inc. 5299 Ro.well Rd Ailonto, Go W2, 252-3433 M-14rHOqsES eGAROEC little prairie rend', infaqr.ol. Ijieridly oil focilIties 5 ml froni s.f stoll,-$75 paeiin-W Pb419, keep tryIng, (MIOTeOP) itlpt (arnnrtton TONIGHT -Men. Night O~. Free Dunk for meui ClINIC S 7k -SW 'U, St. OLD-f IME ~poe4ed t~r 'Fr.*I~ RMIwletw'iw. '0'.n t4.jr. J.ak4er~' M~N~1 SUNFLOWER HEALTh FOOl NoNuna. 8 Weld. HI Pr. A.ducl. Nalurul Warnins. Mht N.h. Dairy Preiw bob, Co music. ~.St S.id.h I WS Whey h. GS.Sh. N.M. ft. Is I cmli *5 be us-ms

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U. cd.p.~d.n* Honda AIIIgej.sr, ~V.4u1.dsv. J.aspjy,~2~ 3975. Peg. IS Non-crime calls solved by phone B3 RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Wtltn rhere Mill he less responding by police to calls for help as a result ol a proposed cutback in non-criminal ser'mcesproposed in a report from police chief Nolen Freeman. Giincsville city con~nuissioners Monday night approved the report. which suggests handling complaints by telephone if there is no crime scene. THIS WOULD include calls about runaways. obscene calls and late traffic reports. Complaints about noise and vending achingg break-ins will also be handled by telephone. The very severe and drastic increase in burglaries. larcenies and robberies cited by City Manager B. Harold Farmer compelled Freeman to reassign police to patrol areas where they are most needed. Freeman said. He estimated 72 per cent of all calls are service requests, the remainder being reports of crimes. IN ANOTHER decision, city commissioners unanimously approved Dcc, 26 as the date from which the city would stan collecting a hoper cent utilities tax on UF resale of electricity. Theordinanc requiring the collection was passed Dec.26 hut the commission had to decide whether they would collect taxes on sales before that time. Those students acted by the new ordinance are students living in married housing who buy electricity from UP and did not pay the tax before the ordinance was passed. The commissioners came a step closer to downtown redevelopment when they were presented with a scale model (~t the downtown plaza, which will include a new judicial building and library. ARCHITECT Harry C. Merritt said at the Monday night meeting the plaza will cost about 1254,9(E. Explaining the design, he said he wants the square to be a place where people will want to come and participate in city functions. Tbe plans include convening the Poole-Gable garage into a food and crafts market. A civic and exhibition center is designed to adjoin the market. Merritt said he wanted to preserve First Street as an historic pedestrian path. The commission also passed a proposal to subsidize the cost of neutering dop and cats of low-income people and denied a zoning request. The denied request was to rezone an eight-tenths of an acre parcel of land on SW 5th Avenue from single to multiple dwelling units. Honor Court crocks down on penalties By STUART EMUPICH AllIptar Staff Wits The UP Honor Court is starting to impose stride penalties on student offenders to try to cut down on the number of hoi~or code violators, according to Chancellor Robert Harris. Harris said he thought the harsher penalties, such as increased penalty hours and lengthened probation. "Would serve as a deterrent against possible offenses." THE HONOR Court. made up of students, is responsible tbr investigating and levying penalties for honor code violations, such as cheating and stealing. Harris said he thought "the Honor Court has been somewhat lenient in th~ past," and that it needs to be stricter if it i~ to be effective. The problems of enforcing an honor code at UF. and making the Honor Court an etiectie body, is presently being studied by a student-faculty task force set up by Student Body President Steve Merryday. TIlE TASK torce met Monday fir the first time this quarter and heard representatives from the Honor Court discuss spite of the problems they thought had to be solved to ~trengthcu the honor code. Chief Defrnse Counsel Byron Peterscm said possible reforms in the penalty and jury systems welt discussed at the iii cdiii g. When a student is given penalty horns It incas he has to earn that amount of hours, abort his nonuaj raduatung limit. Petflh aflin* tuitlow trsStbo.rs quaD has led to doubts ubout the t~irness of tJih~bto(peuMty. I-fe added the committee also dknaued pnMurn a enlowing the honor c6de effectively. 'The problem is not with the Honor Coun, It is with the honor system.' Peterson said.

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Peg. 14Th. ind.p.nd.nt Florid. AilIgotor. W.dn.doy January 22. I' WHAT'S HAPPENING By STEVE PROCKO AIllaIor Staff Writer COLLEGE REPUBLICANS: wiii meet tonight at 7 30 p.m. in the I Wayne Reitz Union. room 362. KNOWLEDGE: Tbe Inner Experience of Knowledge will he the topic of discussion tonight at Sin the Catholic Student Center. For further information call 378-6029 or 378-8184. NOW ANTHOLOGY MEETING: will be held tonight at 7 n the ]. Wayne Reitz Union, room ISOB. For further information call 373-1662. SAIL CLUB: will meet tonight at 7:30 an the]. Wayne Reiti Union. room 357. For further information call 378-7759 JOURNALISM COLLEGE COUNCIL: will meet tonight at 7 in the Stadium. room 226. TOPOGRAPHY LECTURE: sponsored by Sigma Gamma Epsilon wilt be held tonight at B in Floyd Hail, room 213. The jopic will be Kant topopaphy of florida. BASKETBALL PEP aunt will meet tonight at 7:30 in Florid. Gym. room 222. For further information call 372"IC. PEE-VET aunt will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical Engineering Bldg. room 22!. For further information call 3772395. CIA MEETING: the Chinese International Association will meet tonight at 9:30 in the i. Waytic Reitz Union. For further ,ntbnnaton call 378-4828. YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM: will meet tonight at 6:30 in the]. Wayne Reitz Union. room 15W'. For further inlbrmstion cmli 392-7346. PRAYER MEETING: sponsorS by Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship will be held Thursday at 4:30 p.m. I~ the]. Wayne Relti Union, mom 221. For further irfbrmation call 378-0739. CIRCLE Kt will hold a meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. in the 3. Wayne Reiti Unkon. room 15CC. For further information call 392-8834. UC STUDENT COUNCIL will meet Thursday at 7:15 p.m. in the I. Wayne Reitz Union, room 123. For further inlormation call 373-9573. STUDENTS OF ODIECflVISM: will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, for further information call 372-9642. GARDEN CLUB: will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in t McCarty Hall room 0086. This is an organizational meeting, for further information call 392-9519. BOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCIL: will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 316. For further information call 377-7155. PUSSA OPENHOUSE: The Public Relations Student Society of America will hold an openhouse Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Maracaiho Apartment Club House located at 2500 SW 34th St. For further information call 373-1009, NOW MEETING: The National Organization for Women (NOW) will meet Thunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for United Ministries. Topic for discussion will be Women In Prison. For further information call 392-9767. YOUNG DEMOCRATS: will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the I. Wayne Rvitz Union, room 347. For further information call 373-7122. S.T.A.R.: The Star Trek Association for Reiwal will meet Thursday at S p.m. in the Beaty Towers TV. room. For further information call 392.8784. CONSUMER AFFAIRS: There will be a meeting of the Student Governncnt Departnient of Consumer Affairs I iur~day at 7:30 p.m. in the]. Wayne Reit, Union, room 305. I-or hirther formationion call .192-1665. FEDERATION OF CUBAN STUDENTS: will meet lhunday at $:30p.ni. in the]. Wayne Union. room ISOB. for tiirthcr nforn~ation call 373-8420. JR. HONORS MED PROGRAM: will be discussed Thursda) Q p.m. in the Chemistry Research Bldg., room 240. The progroni as lii,,ited to pre-mod students in their second sear of toIlcj~c ith a 3.5 a~erage. 975 .0 S PHYLLIS A. KLOCK NOW NW 34fl, Ploce PRESENTS 0 373-8936 'WOMEN IN PRISON NEW YORK LIFI lniuranc. Company THURSDAY JAN. 23 7:30p.m. Us. inIuronc* Tht Conntctlon H.o~ ntljronc* CENTER FOR UNITED MINISTRIES .-~ TONIGHTMn's Night Group Insuronc. 1402 W. University Ave One Fm. bitt for men Annul#.s 1501 PUBLIC INVITED OUNfl BEE 7k P.nsion Mon. MIME SIGMA TAU SIGMA HONORARY TUTORING SOCIETY If you're having problems such as: (1) Not receiving personal attention relating to your course work (2) Remembering old concepts or formulas (3) Trouble understanding course work etc. Sigma Tau Sigma invites you to come by the office at room 306 Reltz Union and inquire about tutoring services. NOTE: WE CAN'T OFFER EFFECTIVE SERVICES IF STUDENTS: 1. Depend on us to do their homework 2. Don't have the proper foundations In Prerequisite coijrses 3. Rely solely on us to passa course OLD TUTORS -WE NEED ADMINISTRATIVE HELP IN THE OFFICE. STOP BY AND GIVE USA HAND. 'it NEXT CAR WAN. Try o.jr low con mao financing -Interest is computed each month on ttw unpaid balance and do you ever save when yms fldeor pay uiwadil Call 392.0393 forcost S before signing peers any*tn .1. Payroll deduction available for share and ~m peymsntL GANFEVUALE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Sib Avenue oft. comm *9 121k Skeet HouwtOOtm. -tuba. MeSsy lkmugIt Md.1 0

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I 11.Independent Florida AliIgot~n, *.dnndoy, Jonvory fl. 1975 Pag. IS Jr tic iii Florida Alligator / Page IA, Monday January 3 1975 I Two BILL HARLAN no comment By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sport. Walter he coach Pg situ at ion' was the .,i dJ( I reasor tot t h ret U F swimmers to quit the team. lhn id Nay, Inc 4 the bate who quit. said Tuesday. Last week Chip Bradley, a captain on U F\ cmi. I ml McKee, is double silver medalist winner in the 1472 Ol~nipics and David Ray, the Gators top sprinter, all quit the team, ALL THREE left at dillerent times hut lot the same basic 'Ca SOfl'. Ray ~aind he had not planned on bringing up his reasons or quitting but comments made by Assistant Athletic Director Gene Ellenson had convinced him to do so Ellenson said earlier this week that he lelt Mckee had quit because he was doing poo4 and 'looking br an excuse" Ray said this was simply not true. Mckee had lost when UP traveled to Alabama and swam against someone 'who ought take NCAA thIs year." Ray said. THE REAL PRODLEM, Ray said, is the coaching situation and that problem begins with the ur Athletic Department. 'They do&t care about (he swimming team" Ray said ot the athletic department. Ray said the swiniming team needs more money than it is currently getting if it expects to continue as a nationally ranked team, The extra money. Ray said, is needed to attract nationally known or big name coach. When you have facilities like we do you need a top name coach that can recrwit." Ray said. Ray said ever since Assistant Coach Eddie Reese left UF three years ago, the Gators have not been able to pull any .utstanding swimmers to the team REESE IS CURRENTLY head coach at Auburn and S RORTS UF swimmers "I tried to push myself to go though the rest of the season. It just built up in me. I had some personal goals for myself but it was just too much seeing these problems over and over and over again." -David Ray Monday beat UP for the first time 63*~. UP was very lortunate. Ray said, when they had Reese. He ~as an assistant coach who made the team move. Ray considers Reese's leaving a uiiajor factor in the decline of the team, There is no one around UP. Ray said, who can coach like Reese used to coach. RAY SAID that UP Head Bill Harlan is no longer in contact with the swimmers. Harlan has been with the UP team for a long time. He does not have any contact with the team. Nobody that makes ~Ieciions is in contact with the team," Ray said. The mood of the swimmers has been less than optimistic because of this lack of contact. 'I don't think anyone has swam their best time in the last three years, Ray said, Ray said he wants very much to swim again for UP but said he definitely would not come back with Harlan as head coach. Ray said he had not quit sooner because he had hoped the ~ituatioti would get better. "I TRIED to push myself to go through the rest of the season. It was just built up in me. I had some personal .2 cite DAVID RAY voices view ~ojls lot myself hut it "as just too n~uch seeing these I 'i nbleiis (wet an (I over and over ago in.' R a~ said. McKee said he agrees with most of what Ray said. But McKee said itis probably better br the Ieanu that Harlan has little contact with the team, ''He knows he's not a deck coach.'' McKee said of Harlan. He is an administrator." MCKEE SAID Harlan knows his limitations and has not jioved into areas he is incapable of handling. The team now needs a new head coach, McKee said. because the swimming program will be hurt without one. McKee said Harlan realized it. 'He (Harlan) has tried to hand in his resignation three times. But the athletic department would not accept it." McKee said. McKee said Harlan told him of his attempts to hand in his resignation and the department's refusal. "The athletic department does not want to accept the resignation because they would have to put out more money than they want to," McKee said, McKEE ALSO said that Harlan "gives a damn" about UF swimming. Harlan knows, Mckee said, the possibility exists of the athletic department putting "some PH. coach" as a new head swimming coach if Harlan resigns. And neither Harlan or he wants that, McKee said. ASSISTANT TO THE ATHLE'IIC DUtECrOR, Norm Carlson said he was unable to comment on what Ray and McKee said but was able to give the swimming team's budget. The total budget is S85S~). with S43,~ in scholarship. ,29.~) in operating expenses and 510.400 in couhs salaries .The coaching salary figure includes Harlan along with four assistant coaches. Athletic Director Ray Graves was unavailable for comment and Harlan said he would rather make no comment. V $250,000 Col section Handmade Indian Jewelry 10% to 50% OFF January 23, 24 and 25. An exquisite collection of s~ver end tur~uose necklaces, bracelets rings and evrrnqs All handcrafted by the Navojos, Zunis mid Nopis in the ancient traditions of their tribes MOSLAE $12 Is $20U. J SQUASH BLOSSOMS ,~TURQUOISE NUGGET NECKLACE *d flflflfl I REGULAR 49995 GAEESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER the ~uU* 16kW CUp4~ ad, Mmdv CUp If t AsIANS SUNDAY lUff DAY S DIWSDAYS FUIDAYS SAtURDAYS Brunch ii 000 m Bogel. lox, plus more. pod Doncing 600 p.m. We oi fortunate to hove th, most exc.lI.nt inSrvctor -David No. CholutiCompuaJewash N.wspop.rQ:OOp.m. conoctJ.ff Dwo$uln 372-9729. Stoning in February Convenobonol Hebrew Class., 8.00 p.m. lnstnjdor Or. Ze.v Joegor The Jewish Way of L.ng 700 pin Leom~ng H.brewSongss:00p.m by: Janice G.ib 376-6533 MishnokStudy of the Owl Low 9.00 p.m Fradoy night service 5:15 pm Hdoy night supper 545 p.m bocgs and m9int Pleos. make your reservofion by Thundoy evening. S.rvc.sot 10 OOo m followedbyofrnkiddish 500 pm. Mincha then 3rd 5&kolh Meal. The Hillel kosher Dining Club'Gounnet coojdng. Storing Jonuory 26t. for fjrlher ,nforn.otion pieose contact our Hillel. The lounge sop. for study ond th.r. is also a TV. For information regarding any piogmin or deos contact Hillel Jewish, Studeat C.nflr, I gil. St 372.2900. IA NW. Rabbi G.ofstein is available, for questions, counselling or owistonce. There will be eChosidic Shobbot January 31st-Feb. 1st. To 'seA your goodies soon (not later) Put a classified in the Aliguturi J 4 $4 4' 'I 4 0 0 reasons for quitting ~Jefk Lindsey Hillel Announces A 'S

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Pug. 16 11,. nd.p.nd.nt Ftoido Aliigoor, Wan.sdoy Jonuory 22, P975 Gainesv ii eg ri makes good as member of Gator swim team B, NICK PUGLIESE Alligator Sports Writer Imagine. lot a minute. a cute, blonde-haired girl walking .ir(,und the LIE campus with skin as wrinkled a' a prune. Improbable as it may seem, it tould happen to Bonnie Broyles. one of the top swim reT' on the LI F Women's Swim I cam "I THINK I'd shrive I Lii, I I didn't get in the ~ ater everyday. I he I 8-year-old Ireshman sayS. A tual ly. there is little ~l anger of that since Miss Broyles ~gnci her lean, mates .ire alniost con~tanth practicing in the U F poo1 in preparation for the' r ii pcom ag meets. A local Ganesvilk product. she started competing at six years old. an~l although her high school (P K. Yonge) didn't officially have a swin team, she entered the state meets. While she consistently placed Iirst or second in those state iwets over the last jew years. it is the state records she holds t I 4 t 9 Ii that pi-ove her aquatic ability Broyles hol~ls the Florida state record in the l(~-and 2~~'ard backstroke short and long (short is swum on a 25-yard coulse. and longs a IS meter course. or the length of the pool) in the senior division (age 12-14). SHE ALSO holds records in the 15-17 age division for 50yard Ircestyle short and long, and Itsmd 2~yard huckstroke short and long. I guess my backstroke is my strong point I'm more of a sprinter. I can't go long distances" said Bonnie of her s~inj ming forte. One wonders why a girl from right here in Gainesville would decide to attend UF. and that question was put to Broyles. "I LIKE Gainesville. and I've been here for IS ~ears. Plus. I really like the coach (Sue Halfacre); in fact, all the coaches are really nice, she replied& She also gets a partial scholarship lbr swimming. "WE HAVE a lot of potential fur a strong team. We have a good chance in the small meets, but in a big Southeastern Conference (SISC~ meet we don't have enough people. We only have 12 girls on our traveling team, and most schools have 20.' Broyles noted. However'. we play just as hard," she added. that ability) to win the small meets has been proved the last two weeks as the p1 swimmers have taken both florida State and Georgia. In the meet in Tallahassee. Broyles won the 50and 1Wyard backstroke events and was a member of the 2(X)-yard medley relay, and 400 yard freestyle relay teams that both captured first place. IN THE Georgia meet. Broyles took the 50-yard backstroke and the fM-yard butterfly. The S-foot-7. 140 pound freshman is currently taking piemed counts,, but she is still uncertain about her major. But swimming will always be a major part of her life. "When I was a kid, I tried other things, but I excelled in swimming so I just stuck with it. Besides, its a good way to pay my parents back," said the soft spoken mermaid. Coliseum beer at night Rat I he Ijiiivcrity ol Florida Circle-K Club will spODsOr Basketball Coliseun, Night tonight at the Rathskelhr on the LIF campus from') p.m. 10 an, Fhe purpose of the event ~.ilI be to encourage students and facuIt~ to congribute towards construction ol a new coliseum for the school. "We hope to have a big turnout. said Circle-K President Louis Schiti. F his will be a good opportunity for everyone to show their support for a flew multi-purpose lwlding. Fret beer w11 he provided. btU there will be a n~andatory SI 50 donation at the door. Sports writer nabs phony sports star ORLANDO (UPI) -A 23vcar.old n~au who says he spent the l~ast two years "I m personat mM sports figures. using stolen credit cards and passing bad cheeks" has been arrested here after posing as Cleveland Indians pitcher Steve Kline. Steve Wacaser. of Springfield, Ill., surrendered to Orlando Sentinel Star sportswriter Larry Guest Sunday, after Guest approached him on the Walt Disney World Tennis Courts. Wacaser mistook Guest for an FBI agent. The Illinois man was turned over to authorities after he spent an hour telling Guest about his cross-country career as an impostor. I-Ic races a worthless check charge in Lincoln. Neb, Guest said Wacaser. posing as Steve Kline. had been playing tennis at Disney World a week before. A suspicious Disney employee. however, checked pictures of the baseball pitcher on file at the newspaper office and discoveredd Wacaser was not Kline. Wacaser left town on Jan. I 3. Guest said. But early Sunday the newspaper received a tip that "Kline" would arrive at McCoy jetport shortly after noon. INTRANIURALS Foday is the deadline for signing up for women's dormitory and Independent Flag Football. Contact the IM office. 229 Fla. Gym. 392-0581. A women's racquetball clink will be held Jan. 26, 1:303:30. at Murphi-ce Courts. Women interested in shar~~ning their skills or learning the game for the first time are encouraged to attend. reams are urged to pick up schedules for sports beginning this week. Come by the IM office. the Hiking Club meets Tuesdays. 8:30 p.m. room 220 Ha. Gym. The first hikes of the year include a canoe trip weekend. Feb. 1-2. and a hiking trip on the Florida Trail, Feb. 15.16. A local ~i,-milc hike is held after each Tuesday night niceting. For more information, contact Coach Eckuiald. IM office. 392-0582.



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The Independent Florida Algtr Published by Compus Com~municofios n. Go nesvgll., Florida Nos off icioly ossocgowd w4 the Unbveruity of Florida V W EINESI)AY 014. 67 NO. 65 UFlibrary funds to be cut $1 15,000 By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer UF libraries are faced with another budget cut, this time amounting to SI 15,0(). Grace W. Taylor, director of the law school library, said Dr. Robert Bryan. UF vice president for academic affairs, requested $65,000 from the law library and $50,000 from the university libraries. DR. GUS HANRER, UF libraries director. said last week the libraries could probably come up with about SlW0,0 by imiitng expenses to subscriptions presently being received and by eliminating the binding of periodical collections. 'raylor said the law school library could not save S65,0XE by eliminating binding. "Our binding budget is only S6,0 a year. That leaves about $3,000 for the rest of this year. .only a drop in the bucket" NEW 300K purchases are only one sixTh of the law library's total budget. The bulk of savings probably would have to come out of standing orsders for hard bound volumes of florida court records, Taylor said. The court records are the "basic textbooks' for UP law students, Taylor said. Because more than 1.00W law students nead access to the records, the library maintains three copies of most volumes. "We'll probably start cancelling multiple copies," Taylor said. TAYLWR SAID a final decision will be made when Harrer A and Law school Dean Richard Julin meet on Thursda3. In December. UFf libraries were hit by a freeze of operating capital. New book purchases were halted in the university librarie, but subscriptions, standing orders with publishing companies and orders plaed before D~ec. 3 were permitted to continue. The fa~te of even these cutbacks will be uncertain until a Anal decision is made, probably on Thursday. ALTHOUGH the freeze of operating capital that stopped book purchase in university libraries forced the release of 50,000 state dollars from the law library, there was enough non-state book allocations to allow the law school to continue near normal activity. Dr. Harry Sisler, dean of UF's Graduate School, said last week he hoped further cut-back in library budgets would be unnecessary. "That could impair one of the main functins of a university,' he said. TEE CUTS were necessitated by UP's budget deficit of about 51.3 million. Bryan Said including the library cut, UP has done everything possible to eliminate the deficit. UF administrators will meet today with State University System officials to discuss possible solutions to the continuing financial problems. State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said last week the university system could not come to UP's aid. "There is no slack." Mautz said. Wi -I<' -/ ---a ---'-4 DR. GUS HARRER .Director of UF libraries 'Total woman' gets her man By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer Want to make your man happy? Dress up in an "outrageously sexy outfit.' And answerhis every whim with "yes master, no master." THAT IS THE advice of Lynda Killingsworth. instructor of the Total Woman Inc. course. currently being taught at the University United Methodist Church. 'Within three weeks you will no longer smile in public and cry at your sink," Killingsworth told more than 1(X) Gainesville women Monday night. The course, subtitled. "How to Get Your Husband to Adore you' was designed for women who want to make their husbands happy. Killingsworth said. The soft-spoken brunette assured the group they would "be the happiest women in Gainesville" by the time the course ends, KILLINGSORTH instructed the group on basic ground rules which will help them have a 'happy husband and happy marriagee" B& available to your husband at all times even if )OU are a working girl. Never call another woman after 6:00 p.m. or your husband will get jealous. If you do need to call, limit it to one minute. Your husband wants you soft, sweet smelling, touchable and available like you used to be when you were dating so you'll have to change your image. Think of yourself as a super housewife and be efficient in the things you do. Your husband will be so pleased If he sees that you are organized and the children will become organized also. Don't spend the night out with your girlfriend or your husband will get jealous. Basically women enjoy being a wife and a mother. A man can stand almost anything except boredom. A woman has the power to send her husband into orbit anytime she wants. SHE ALSO SAID that wives must accept, admire, appreciate and adapt themselves to their husband's way of life. (Sn' 'TofaI Woman* page fipe) J 'If frgatos P 9 $SJ W*u" t fl~uc, i I! --3 9------

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Pug, 2, Th. independn* forida AIngo'or. Wedn.Mday, Jonuary 22, 1975 ni) WASH NI ON LUI) l-'resident Ford said Tuesday he wII ret a miiand atory gasoline rat onmfg program i1 the D)eimcrattc Congress passes 'I instead of hks program to curtail energy consumption by driving Ibel prices higher Ford said gasoline rationing would ha'e to stay in effect or live to 10 years. would limit motorists to about nine gallons of gasohtnc a week and would be unfair to commuters and rural Americans. "THERE IS no easy solution and I ne'er promised One,"' the President said at a nationally televised and broadcast news conference im which he defended his economic and energy programs against Congressional hostility. Ford has purposed $12 billion in Income Tax rebates on 'P74 earnings and a permanent reduction in income tax rates wednesdayALA GEGE capsul asks U.S. e a id (UPI) -Israeli government sources said Friday Israel has asked the United States for 12.5 billion in military and economic ald or the 1975-76 fiscal ynr beginning July l State Department officials in Washington placed the total tigune at about $2.1 billion, including 11.5 billion for military eqrnpmesit. In Paris. Egyptian President Anwar Sadat said in an interview with the newspaper La Monde henws ready to sign a peace treaty with Israel and that a new Middle East war involving the threat of a U.S.Soviet confrontation would erupt if Israel refused to negotiate an over-all settlement. "I am ready to conclude a peace accord with Israel and respect the undertakings arising from such an agreement," Sadat said. Ford Infiction i The purchasing power of workers rose above the r ate of inflation in December fbr the first time in six months, the government said Tuesday. One economist called it "ex.tremely cheerful news." In Washington, Treasury Secretary William E Simon said the lower increase in the cost of living confirms "that the inflation rate is going to cone down." BUT, SIMON added, "We are still going to have a built-in rate of inflation that is going to be unacceptable and this is going to take years ...to bring back down." The Bureau of Labor Statistics said the inflation rate of 0.7 per cent in December was lower than the rise iin purchasing power -what's left for spending after tax und price increases -for the first time since June. Spendable income rose 0.6 per cent after five months steady decline. "Take home pay power is finally on rise, and December retail sales show that when prices are right, people will buy," said Irwin Keliner, economist at Manufacturers Hanover Bank in New York. "It is extremely cheerful news."' ECONOMISTS also were encouraged by the Federal Reserve Board's decision to pump 51.1 billion into the (es gas ra ,ilong 'ihb serir' ob aritis and excise t,'e& whiwh "tildI raii'r the plita ot gasoline, heating oil anid clecti teity by S90 billion a xear Ford said he woulId issue a proclamation this week to inmpoea SI tafil on all oil imported after Feb. I despite an attenmpt by Sens. Henry M. Jackson. 1)-Wash., and Edw~ard M Kennedy. U-Mass, to block it Iorb60days. HE CONCEDED be was "horrified" to find himself proposing deficits ob 530 billion and 545 billion tbr the current and next fiscal year hut contended they were iital to stem the ecession. The P'resident predicted the econom) would stage a turnaround' by nmidl-summier On othet matters. Ford *Sai the United States reserved the right to go to war to) I ar aops economy to curb recession and unemployment by making more and cheaper credit available. Despite the smaller increase in the Consumer Price Index the rate of inflation for 1974 was 12.2 per cent, the highest since the prices rose 18.1 per cent when World War II controls were lifted in 1946. Following World War I, prices rose 2.5 per cent. High court rules (fo women WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Supreme Court ruled 8-I Tuesday that women as a class may not be excluded from jury lists. The opinion by Justice Byron R. White said that if exeluding women or granting them an automatic exemption results in jury pool that is almost all male, a criminal defendant would be denied the Constitutional right to an impartial jury. The decision in a Lousiana case reversed the kidnapping conviction of Billy I. Taylor, who was sentenced to life in prison. r ACCENT '75 presents V ET E RAN. UFO INVESTIGATOR DR. ROt a timely lecture yo u can't 3ERT CARR and film presentation afford to miss! "OUR FRIENDS IN OUTER SPACE" Thursday, Jan.23 8p.m. U niversity Auditorium "The United States Air Force has 12 alien freeze and 2 spacecraft at bright Patterson near Dayton, Ohio." bodies in Air Force deep Base DR. CAR R SPflNSORFO RY VtunflplT rGnVT J IH EY SOPHOMOR ES I DID YOU KNOW: ether. is a two-year Leadership Development Program In ARMY ROTC lst foryou? *Vou receive $100 a month during your junior and senior years? *A Second Lieutenant's starting salary is about $10,000 PC! year? WH AT DO ES IT COST YOU? A pono cal or visit with LTC John Carlin, Van Fleet Hall Room 107 itioning ii oleci btell Iroim "strangulation" by the Arah blotrt Ii' i on hodptearhtT protection el a97 iAs d' ligo cert mvy w ou d niot constitute "Stran gulatOn, he said. *Gave assurances he .ould ask Congress for a dcclaration ml war hetore committing troops to force in the Mideast in such an event. He said the entire question is hypothetical" *Said he would press Congress, despite his moratorium on fle s n ing hero a to nprd ie $3 milon in additional He said Saigon's troops were defending themselves againstt the Comm unists "skillfully and with firmness.' Isrl i& fo miitar z ~2 392-1395

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Th. lndependen* flord. Aligobor, Wedn.day, January 22. 1975, Peg. 3 Financial aid appeal gets more money for UF By TERR] SALT AllIgplor StaR Writer A request for an allocations increase for student financial programs was approved Monday. said Ira D. Turner, student Qualifications low ered ; mo re money to needy BY DEDBIE IDERT Ailla Staff Writr Students in need of financial assistance may now collect more because their parents pay less. The College Scholarship Service (CSS) and the American College Test, two national agencies which evaluate student financial needs, have lowered the estimated amount a student can receive from his parents and still be eligible for aid. MOST FAMILIES will be expected to contribute less than in previous yearn. It basicallyy reflects the cost of living increase in the parents' budget,' Student Financial Affairs Director Ira D. Turner explained. The increase in awards will average about 5110," Turner said. "It'll make a modest difference to individuals," be continued. "A student who showed a need for $1200 last year nmay be Increased to SI ,290. Ouue who needed 51,60W might be awarded 51,710." UP USES the CSS evaluations of the parents' ability to contribute to a students support to determine .bat aid the student Is eligible to receive. ACCORDING TO TUaNED, changing the income evaluation curve "Increases the allowance for family expenses, therefore reducing the amount of resources parents can be expected to give the student." linancial jttairn director Each year UF requests funds bor student financial aid programs. The Federal Office of Education (regional branch) believe UF exaggerated the cost of housing, books and food on its funding request, and therefore. allocated a reduced amount in December. Turner said. IRA D.1URNER rn .eorts aid lncr--s Turner said he expects aS5 per cent increase in financial aid applicants. Fifty-five per cent of UF students already receive some assistance, he said. ALTHOUGH no new aid programs are being added to supply additional money, Turner said UF has "sufficient funds to meet any qualified need." Students seeking financial aid are required to apply for the Federal Basic Eduatiomal Opportunity Grant. This foundative funds students with alniost total need, those who have borrowed and worked and still come up short. "We require students to check this grant first so if they qualify. thej won't be using up resoms in smother program that someone else needs," Turner said. Florida residents can also apply directly to the State Department of Education for the Florida Student Assistance GIrant. In addition to state and federal assistance, Turner suggested students investigate UF's basic program of deferred loans and work study programs. TURNER SAID he appea led this decision by submitting a survey showing the high cost of ihng at UF. The Office of Financial Affairs conducted a survey of apartment rents and book and good costs as evidence, he said. A Sfl),.0W increase was approved by the regional office after reviewing the survey. Turner said. rhe final amounts approved by the office for three major student financial programs from July I. 1975 to June 30, 2.5 million for National Direct lcans; grants. "WE ARE satisned with this decision of the regional apeas anl.It" saninres o aprxiatly"Cpe* cn over last year's allocation. lune sad Turner explained that the increase is due to the rising cost of education and the increase in UF enrollment. "Probably S,.0 students will be involved in these programs with 51,2W0 per studentt" Turner said. BOR conf irms H ar ris Marshall Harris was confirmed as a member of the Board of Regents (BOR) by the Florida Cabinet Tuesday. Harris was appointed to the Board by Go,. Reubin Askew the first week of January to succeed Carolyn Pierce. He will setve a ant-year term. The fonner state representative front Miami, said he "will be looking at etnroilments vcry closely." Harris pushed for investigations of graduate "enrollment padding" last spring. Aid applications ava ilable Applications for 1975-76 florida Student Assistance Grants for undergraduate students are now available at Tigert Hall in room 23. The applications must be completed and mailed to the State Department of Education by Mardh I, 1975.

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P.,. A4Th. tnd.ndent Morda Alligar. W.dn.4o7.Jon.ty 22, IPS H EW to evaluate affirmative action supplement By JANET PARK Alligator Staff Wyftet Within 6(3 days the evaluation ot UF's affirmative action plan supplement should be completed by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), accordmg to an HEW official. Louis 0. Aryson. chief of the Higher Education Branch of the Office for COvl Rights, said Tuesday he couldn't comment on whether the supplement will be acceptable. THE SUPPLEMENT was prepared over the past two months to correct six deficiencies H EW found in UF's plan. The original highly detailed lO0 page plan was submitted to HEW on May II, 1973. A 30 page plan had been submitted early in I 973. Between the submission of the first plan and the May 1973 plan, the federal requirements for affirmative action plans changed. ALL INSTITUTIONS receiving federal funds are required to put into action a plan to help women and minority workers gain a proportionate place in the nation's work force. Before the submission of the detailed Mfay 1973 plan. public universities were to be inspected by the HEW. They would then write their affirmative action plans, taking into dCtOUn't spec 'lie ecamnpus problem rm s ounered Iiy the InIspectors. In 1973 this policy was changed, it niow required a plan UF1 HWEVER a listed bs HEWcqualoppotuflity specialists F BI sea rc hes By STUART EMMRICH Alliatr Staff WrlItn Two young bank robbers were still at large Tuesday at 5 lp.m., after pulling a daytime holdup Monday at the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mid-florida, at the Gainesville Mall. FBI spokesman Jerry Hale said agents were searching in northeast Alachu. County for the two males. HALE SAID the police knew how much money was stolen by the robbers, but refused to release the amount. "That's theprerogativeof the institution," Hale explained. Bank president Robart Haster also refused to give the amount, but termed it an "insignificant amount." In hIk letter 1' UtPresdeni E'I York exptdlminie 'orrecttons needed in the May 3973 plan. Hrison asked lor UPhi ts responseto ths letter ready by April, 1974 rh was the 'erston ol UF's allitmntive action plan im which the .rt deficiencies to be corrected were cited. county f or ro bbers HESTER SAID he was "upset" by earlier statements by FBI agents that a "substantIal' amount of money was taken in the robbery. "It was not a significant amount, compared to the Inportance of getting these two women back safe," Hester said. Two women hostages, bank manager Sue Collins and teller Barbara H-klt. were taken by the robbers and released near Meirose a short time later. THE HOBDERS took Hbit's yellow Toyota station wagon when they left the bank, but the car was found by police late Tuesday morning west of Hawthorne. FBI agents were concentrating their search in that area, according to Hale. He said police did not know what kind of transportation the robbers were using. How is TECO's Jeff Rankin using magnets to clean air? By incorporating that idea and others into $33 million worth of antipollution equipment for Tampa Electric Company's power plants. Clean air is a continuing goal with TECO's Men of Energy. The equipment Jeff Rankin helped design presently removes 99.8% of fly ash before it escapes our stacks. He and other engineers are working on that remaining 0.2% .They're continually analyzing the performance of TECO's existing anti-pollution equipment to see what can be done to make it even better ...and the air a little cleaner. TECO IS W~OKING FOR MEN OF ENERGY. Engineers who know they can contribute to cleaning up the air. Engineers who want to work for a company that gives them the chance to advance into higher management positions once they've proven themselves capable. Engineers who can appreciate the advantages of working in the Tampa. Florida area. If you're TECO material please contact your University Placement Counselor ...he'll let you know when a TECO representative will be coming to your campus and help you arrange an interview. TECO mun codoi.,npoad 0 ny.---eW., nfp.itcpflbpubi.d in -.Il.n wd.r -Aili ., .*c .,. tt dit o k .ls h iney.d" Fid M '"&.'|| n.d,e|",c. "'T in Fi'."a, fl e indcpcnd.j 4Ird. Mhgwn I, fld -Meond ia iMar. .4 lb. Ioeil. -cO. 9oy"nt fo any odver. un s fin vifg Iw.,S ar -r M.reiOU ierlian Ufifl nehit~aWge. s. t.d.e ninniMwIin 11 -d.y Now, full scholarship assistance for your junior and senior years, plus chance to become a leader in the nuclear energy field. Tuition books and educahonal fees are all included in this new NROTC Nuclear Propulsion Candidate program Along with $1lO a month to help you with your living expenses And on top of that you have an opportunity build arewarding career for yourself in the fast-growing nuclear energy field To quaiy you must have completed one semester each of calculus and physics. or two semesters ol calculus and have a Baverage or better Depending upon your performance, you will be inter viewed duringyour senior year for the Navy's Nuclear Program and for training as a Navy Nuclear Officer Ii you can Qualify for the demanding yet rewarding Foful tipson a tinwNROTC Nucler Proulsion recruiter Be someone special in the Navy. CONTACT INE OMCR f~OGMM'Sr OfCE NAVAL.uuCaummoGDifliC? 3974 Woodcock Dive Jcsonvilll., Fl. 32207 (W 3 22 IFPOITOF TOWN, CAlL COu.ECT

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-----------, m EVERAGE *U U.S.I.A. CHECEI t. ULUE STEAK MINEK -2* U I. .U -----------*AN SFUEICUIRIMEI ctpoweior -! I" o o o o3 'PC*ISA o o I L EMW1St lStt ufu -SolLE Th* Independen* Floddo Allgotor Wedn.dMy, January 22. 1975, Peg. S Women's committee requests planning session with Marston Dy LESLIE GOLA Y Alligator Staff Writer I hr (isd nt' inmittee (in the Slotusri Women 'med ruesdav to make an urgent request for a meeting w.ith UFE President Robert Q. Marston concerning directions he has for the committee. I he comnu A 'lie is one of tour U F committees that report directly to the president, and Marston has not yet met with them,. Interim Aflrnmative Action Cxordinator Dr Doroths Nevill presented UF's affirmative action plan to the committee tor revie w. SOME MEMBERS expressed concern mser the system, for I cmcdying possible promotion tenure and salary inequities. Members were concerned about whether it would work and equested more data bor future meetings. [he committee voted to ask Marston to call for an nrestigatiOii ito the decision by the Board ol Managers of the SWayne Reut, Union to move the National Organwzation for Womn, l's of iue space. Dt'an Phyllis M. Meek was elected new chairperson of the 'omittcec, replacing Dr. Glenia Cart. phoio by john morwn DOROTHY NEVILIL Presented affirmative action plan THERE WERE also two new student appointments to the committee .FEdna Safly and Cindy Shellenherger were appointed by Student Government. Shellenberger was ,ponted Motiday as SG director of women's 1tfairs. Rhe cOimmrittec agreed to look into the absence otf emale Accent speakers. It is also collecting dlata on day care centers for children of si id en 15 UFF pushes for April election By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Wdit.r C.,llectgve hargaining strategy and discussion of the latest bargailnmg new' were the themes of the United Faculty of Florid1a IUFF) collective bargaining campaign workshop Saturday at the Catholic Student Center. UFF is pushing for an election to determine faculty collective bargaining agent as soon as at is feasible. "WE PROJECT an election April 15." Dr. Ken Mcgill. UFF state executive secretary, said. Dr. Albert Guy. UIFF chapter president. amended Megill's Statement. saying the April IS date would be the earliest date to hold an election "if we can avoid the delaying tactics." The UFF has been critical of Board of Regents (BOR) actions,which they believe are intended to half the process of collective bargaining, "'THE BOR AND the AA UP (American Association of University Professors) are in a coalition," Mcgill said. He said the reason for the coalition is the postponement of anl election for collective bargaining agent to represent faculty and static members of' the state universities. Dr. Ron Carpenter. AAUP-Fla. ,ice chairman, called such charges 'false" and "ridiculous.' ThE MORNING seminar also contained criticism of specific policies of the BOR. .The list of unfair labor practices grows and grows every day." Mcgill said. Dr. Melvyn New. at large member of the UFF campaign team, cited two recent examples of such 'unfair" practices. including the inauguration speech of UP's new president. Dr. Robert 0, Marston. IN THiE SPEECH, Morston labeled collective bargaining by faculty members at UF "countcr-productive." Now also mentioned the BOR statement of Jan. 13 as another possible unibir labor practice. The statement contained the phrase. "We hare concluded that collective bargaining is not in the best interests of hacultie, and administrative and professional personnel on the conmpuse' of the State University System." New said statements such as those had the effect of in-. timnidating faculty personnel. But he added legal action wil probably not he the outcome ot the UFF objections. "WE'RE SAVING these things." he said. adding if the bargaining effort stalls, UFF Call Mo to the Public Employcs Relations Commission "To put pressure on them (the 8CR) to bargain ini gotod faith." The issue of the economy also came up in informal diwcussions. Asked whether the legislature can afford to give taculty an across-:he-board pay increase plus the base pay which is pant of the UFF collective bargaining platform. Dr. Sam Andresws. UFF state bargaining chairman, said salary increases in ahe last fihe yeers "hate not kept pace." ''We have been subsidizing the uni'ernit) system." he said. "We I'm' ha'e the chickene of' equalization. Collective bargaining sitil help us reorder the priorities of where the mll)itt goes ANDREWS ALSO announced the completion of a "TI'ntati'v contract" for tollectise bargaining. He said changes can still be made. hut the document s.,ll he digrnbuied thin the ,,en three seeks. Included im the contract is tpie requirement of a "salary Ikoor" bor employs'. Besides the minimum, there wall be an opportunity for merit increases. One of the goals of the workshop was to emphasize the importance of the faculty reprcscntatises within the UFF. "THERE IS NO guaranteeing we won't become another [eamnsrers Union." Dr. Norman Markel. UFF president, said. He said the faculty representatives are the onily defense against "laying on another layer of bureaucracy." The representatives were asked to make a list of all members ofiheir unit to be submitted to the UfFoffice. Mcgill pointed out the necessity of such lists. 'The BOR still doesn't know who works for them," he said. Mcgill said the 80k couldn't turn o'cr a list of state university employes when it was requested by the Public Employs Relations Commission. tI 'Total woman --(From page one) 'Some men don't really know how to love so it is up to us to 1111 our husbands up with love and admiration.'' Killingsworth said. Most of the women said they attended the course because they read the boo. "The Total Woman", written by Marabsel Morgan. Killingsworth's best friend. Following the publication of the book tihe of Morgan's friends started traveling throughout the country teaching women how to please their husbands. ACCORDING to a hand count of the middle aged group all hut three of the women were married and one quarter of the group works. Three women came from as fat away as Waldo and Interlachen to hear "what a god wife's life is all about." A majority had husbands who are attending or teaching at UFE. Others had husbands where ale executives in local banks and businesses, A few of the women admitted they came to hear Killingsworth because they wanted to keep their marriage lron going "stale." NONA VICICERS said, "I want to find out the way men look at things and get to know the nature of men." Another partiepant. Mary Jean Morriso. said she came because "anytime a woman changes there 'is always agrwat possiblity that he wti change too. Itt answer to a question concerning women's liberation Kiingsworth said, "I an, not in direct opposition to liberation. I feel that women are equal but I believe iii letting the husband be the leader. I'll stand beside him no matter ,. hat." MOST OF ThE women questioned after the session felt they had gotine ulot out of it and sonic felt 'inspired". One woman said she was already liberated through her husband and the Lord. Killinrsworth concluded, 'You treat him like a king and he'll treat you like a queen." 'It is better to lose the battle than to lose the war."

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Pug* 4 The iniependen. fadS4 Mulao., W.4n.doy. Jonvory 22, Y7s Static U.S. Sen. William Proxmire last week took somne positive action to bring the First Amendment up to date with the Age of the Anchorman. Proxmnire introduced a bill to repeal the "equal time" provision of the Communications Act of 1934 and the so-called "fairness doctrine" of the Federal Communications Commission. The equal time rule, section 315 of the Communications Act, requires radio and television stations which either give or sell air time to a political candidate to offer the same opportunity to all his opponents. The fairness doctrine requires broadcasters to present both sides of controversial issues if it presents any. The key word in both cases is "require." Both rules in effect accomplish exactly what the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution forbids government from doing to print media. They regulate editorial content. Government regulation of the air waves to some extent is necessary, though unpleasant. The reason is simple physics. There aren't enough broadcast frequencies to allow everyone to broadcast, so the government has to license broadcasters. But allowing government to assign frequencies is a far cry from allowing it to tell broadcast journalists what they can and cannot say. The traditional argument for the fairness doctrine and the equal time rule is that the air waves are public property and so the public must be guaranteed access to them. The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the fairness doctrine on the basis that the scarcity of broadcast frequencies limits public access, while there is no shortage of printing presses. Proxmire, in a statement supporting his bill, points out the inadequacy of those arguments. "The answer to that, of course, is that in every large and medium-sized city -and in almost every small city -there are more television signals available than daily newspapers. And if radio stations are counted, as they must be. general audience broadcasting stations far out number general circulation newspapers. "And further, economic pressures make it nearly impossible to found a daily newspaper in a community when one already exists." A quick glance at the Gainesville area brings Proxmire's point home. We have some five radio stations, and what with the cable, at least as many television stations. But on the print side, excluding The Alligator because our circulation is restricted to the UF campus, there's only one general cir.culation daily newspaper. And if you want to test the maxim that freedom of the press holds only for those who one, try taking on the New York Times Company, owner of the Gainesville Sun. While neither the fairness doctrine nor the equal time requirement allow prior restraint of broadcast content, they do act as silent censors. Section 315 stifles public access to information by making no distinction between serious candidates and jokers. Thus the pig farmer from Secaucus. New Jersey, who ran for President in 1 952 on the Poor Man's Party was by law entitled to the same air time as major party candidates. The Supreme Court has held that freedom of the press is unlimited, most recently last year when it found Florida's right-to-reply law unconstitutional. The court wisely concluded that a responsible press cannot be legislated. We hope our Sens. Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone support Proxmire's overdue attempt to extend the First Amendment to the electronic press. If it fails. you'll be able to hear Thomas Jetferncn turning over in his grave, even through the static. Just because a genius can't find work these days, and inflation has us rushing to the exits at the grocery stores to beat the next rise in prices, doesn't mean the country's failing apart. After al1 I boupght a car the other day at half price because it had an empty gas tank. People complain about the 7 per cent unemployment rate but statistics are deceptive. A good solid chunk of those who can't find work aren't suffering blue collar workers, they're all the politicians left over front, Watergate. AND LOOK AT Detroit. panicked because consumers aren't buying their huge, gas guzzlers anymore. It's not because we can't afford the cars, but who's going to buy one when the country's run out of parking spaces. But put a bit of suntan lotion on your face and look at the bright side. With the economy the way it is. at least we won't have any foreigners sneaking into the country and stealing our jobs. In fact just to prove how smashed the illegal immigration business is. I went down South of the Border the lther day to visit my friend Pace Gonzales. the border patrol. Getting there was easy but the weather was tough to take. 'The Mexican desert was hot. Scorching hot. Trees were wilted into natural fire traps. thermometers were spouting their tops like geysers, and the sandbanks of the Rio Grande had turned into glass. Pace's own tears were dissolving into stcam before he could get them out. "WHAT'S ThE matter there Pace?" I asked. "You **ould he happy now that there's not much work anymore." 'But senor there en. Ecs worse than eler." my Mexican friend sobbed back. "You mean people are still crossing the border to find work even with the unemployment rate the way it is." "Senor they are crossing like stampeding cattle. Ecs even harder than stopping the marijuana. I am working." Suddenly Paco leaped up and tired his pistol at a man wading anklcedeep in the middle of the treacherous Rio Grande. "STOP SENOR or I will put a bullet in your cad." he hollered in a routine sounding voice. "But Pawo." I said. "You shouldn't complain. He\ not 'neaking into the United States, he's going the other way. It's probably just a Mexican going back to his homeland because he couldn't find work in my country." I; >1> / :* "No. you don't understand. He's ee a gringo sneaking into Mehico because he couldn't find work In your country. De river has changed direction and we cannot stop tousands of Gringos coming to Mehico every day to find jobs," Pace answered as he waved the fugitive over to our Cactus plant. "SENOR DO you want a bulde in your head? "Pawo repeated to the American. 'Ohl have one right here between my teeth, thank you The President gave it to me himself. Do you want one?" "Senor you must turn back." Pace continued in a weary voice ignoring the man's questions as if he'd heard it all day. "There ens no work in Mehico." "Please sir." The hapless American dropped to his knees despite the horning sand. "Please sir, l'n, desperate and need a job. I've hunted, searched, and stood iii welfare lines until my win buttons nested. Please sir Ill do anything. I'll wash donkey's, harvest marijuana, sweep the msrketplae, ll dive off cuins at Acupulco. I'll even kill my brother for ten cents and a lock of your daughter's black hair." "YOU HAVE to go back" Pace repeated, "or go to jail." "Free rood! Ill take the jail. Let nmt in." Later that day when things had cooled off and the shadows held somec solid cover Pace caught an older man stealing "cross the Rio Grande. 'Senor you have to go back." Pawo was saying. "nUT I can't the man replied. "i've been laid off sinee August. I can't keep up with my hospital bills, and miy criminal record keeps mc from going beyond the job apphication.'' "What cc% you name." Pace asked to, the hundreth time that day. "Richard sir. Richard Nixon." r The Independent Florida Alligato Cg Omnca B'mi eM Sm eIndI T1. W.d OebIr l -""m A. Tyony lhidth'# -------G.wm Ms,.0 Maiwn-e -M--lAnnIv.dl ASSWou c n. Mh---l.pi. .e b* --e r. 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Th. Ind.pnd.,~*Flau1Jo Aiflgoor. *.An.4~y, Jo~oouy 22, IV 3, P.~.7 Lenny Bruce is still out there somewhere As we all know, Lenny Hruce was one of the originators of "the counter-culture." Rising from dingy nitery cellars to shake his fists at American spurital decay, Lenn) Bruce attracted all manner of rabid devotees to his less-thanretiring humor. Proofof his enduring appeal beyond the grave lies in the lucrative reprinting of his autobiography, and the SIR.O. theatric and filmnic dramatizations of his life and work, It seems everyone is hopping on the Bruce adulation bandwagon. I THINK THERE are several reasons for this. The first one is, perhaps, the obvious: Bruce is dead. In (ilr culture we have had a tendency to revere the dear departed In a fashion that the deceased would probably find, if they were still alive and commenting, slightly embarrassing. Witness the cults which today flourish around Jack Kercuac, Jim Croce, and Greg Aliman. not to mention John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. THERE ABE, however, deeper aspects to this question. North America, which has undergone profound alteration since the Second World War, has often been the recipient of innovations within the philosophies and living arts. Thus. the absurdistand black comedic camps have found sub-. scribers in this country. Aniong those was Lenny Bruce. Those of us who "relate' to Lenny Bruce probably sense the irony, Injustice, and causticity of life of which Bruce .poke so fervently. When I attended the showing of the Lenny Bruce Perftrmance film muttering of "right on" and "yeahhh" were heard throughout the theater. ANoTnIER REASON for the appeal of Lenny has been Ihis abrasive n'i'tencc on man' comm itcnality As he 'aas. we're all the same schmucks. We all ha'e ,inmglar human octs and limited perceptions. And in these increasingly urban times, we seem to be. Lenny says. isolating ourselves from one another and our essential collective humanness. Sociologists support Lenny's contention: our cosmopolitan society seems to be stratifying into enclaves of separation and exile: professionals scorn non-professionals. neighbors don't know one another. semi-literates scoff at those with an "excess' of book-l'arning. People are becoming nmorc insulated. more timorous, more alone., 'THE BRUCE aficionados think Lenny breaks through this barrier of loneliness and personal isolation by seizing his audiences with his powerful words about taboo subjects. By being the antithesis of the standoffish, death-and-taxes comic and thereby involving his audiences in the mutual perceptions of cultural asininities, Lenny achieves a satisfying rapport. Those lulled into a dull blankness by the soft gleam of a TV in a small, closed room are reawakened into a vivid human awarenes, by Bruce's incisive thrusts into basic human foibles. For Bruce sex was not a dirty, furtivelysought pleasure but a revelling in lkf's physical and spiritual capacities. Religion should not be "hawked' by the big-bir organizers nor should semantic onuacs like "niger," or 'kike" be given a sneaking, smirking credence. People need to communicate, says Bruce, and when that comes about, most of our basic societal ills will be resolved. x RICHARD DURK HOLDER ONE CAll SEE what this idea might mewn to the descendants of the "flower children" or the typos weaned on televised entertainment -for them lacny represents a refreshing reappralal of a society groin callous and unfeeling. Finally, we can observe the thrall in which L.enny grips his audience for a live (or In the case, filmed) session: his fans are transfixed by the sheer physical energy Bruce displays on stage. His gyrating stream-.of-consciousness choreography accentuates his words and gestures to the point that even Savonarola might have difficulty competing with hin. His listeners thus come away flu. the nitedlub or concert hall feeling shell-shocked but, iin their own funds, more knowledgable. And hardly, ashamed or powerless. WHICH IS perhaps the lnchpin of the entire Bruce phenomenon: his audiences achieve new social and personaR insights that transcend the mere diversion of watching a good comedian. They are made to realize and thereby they become Bruce cultists. Why not cut pay at the top? EDITOR: I work at the university and after reading the article in January lSth's Alligator. "Money Shortage -How Much Worse?" I was very disturbed about the administrators ideas of how to save money. The one that disturbed mnc the most was Victor Yellon's, who is the assistant to the Vice President Ibr Academic A ffairs. He suggested that there be a lay-otT of 300 probationary career service employees. It is had enough that we've got to he worried about the rising cost of living let alone losing our jobs! If they were so concerned about saving the university money and cutting inflation why don't they look in another direction instead of the traditional lay offs. Why don't these administrators tighten their own belts a little. I've got a suggestion along these lines. After looking through the University of florida's budget (which is public record in the main library. I suggest others look at it) I came up with a random sampling of 20 top administrators, and there are a lot more., I figured that if these 20 people, including the president, would take a cut in salary so that they won't make over 520,00W it would save the university S273,693.(m. So come on people -If you're so concerned about the economic situation and the university: how about you biting the bullet for awhile. because if you don't think you can live on S20.000 a year how do you expect mic to live oui 55.300? Jeffrey Armstrong Odum's Law missing its mark EDITOR: Ii was good ofl the Alligator (and Newsweek) to feature Dr. Howard Odum and his work. He is on elective graduate research refssrbrings credit to the lnvershty and, through Doug Dial tnavinmcte Si Odun'i Law, makes us think in terms of net energy. Unfortunately. Dr. Odunu riles Laws better than he interprets and applies them. His solution (avons "labor.,nte.nsivc. land-Intensive Ron Cunningham Akscn siite. GQOr Kochofile' Jr. Oreg Finer Mmndi Kernon Spflt.,i Maut.w.Sio, agriculture with a minimum of machines and artificial tertilizers." le recommends the pastoral system of lower-. energy agricultural patterns tha have long been with ns'' That is precisely what many of the countries of the world arc doing with the result that hey have n illions in dernourished and masses starving. agulual"ro:ductont i nminingly ernecient In terms ol energy usage. Counting all ceiLrgy inputs. It requires an ulniost unbelievable 2 per ~eiit of our nation's total enc.rgy use to produce all food we need and export. In terms of gasoline, this amounts to iin iveroage'of only 12 gallons per year per person. Iny other w.ords. agriculture produces one's annual rood needs with the same amount of enerp as required to make one trip to St. Louis and back in an average-sired car. We usc. almost 10 times as much utasolinc just to drive around as to produce our Ibod. Yes, our food production is an energy user in terms of Odun's Net-energy Law. but produce. We recommend our scientific approach to agricultural prediction as being the most efficient and bcst' mean; of survival ever devised. Hrn'ard *4. Wllkowske Assistant Dean fbr \grIcuIt ural Research WFAS ADVICE & DISSENTF I can just see my father sitting thern, cigarette In hand, watching President Gerry on the tube. My dad really gets into politic. and he wouldn't think of missing a Presidential address. I can seen him nodding his head.Tax Rebate. ."that's not bad". .Pive Year Postponement of Mandatory Pollution S tviing Devices. .."okay, I can buy that" (he's never been a great environmentalist). ..Tax on Imported Oil. .no nodding of head here, probably more or less of a blank stare -he's not too thrilled about paying seven to nin, cents a gallon more for gasoline, hut he Is grateful there is no 20 or 3S cents a gallon tax. .Five Per Cent Ceiling on All Government Pay Increases.i've been out of government work for tiara years now, that doesn't bother me". .Five Per Cent Ceiling On All Government Pension Cost of Living Raises. .the blank stare returns; the cigarette fails to the floor."WHAT THE HELL IS THAT JERK DOINGillltll'VE GOT AN & PER CENT RAISE IN MY PENSION COMING AND IF ANYTHIlNG HAPPENS.lil WELL DAD, it's the ole bullet biting time again. Gerry Says it will affect everyone, and by georgeit docs. I'm sure none of the government workers are too happy about that five per cent ceiling, but neither are the envlronmientajists too excited about the live years they have to wait before auto manufactureres have to put pollution saving devices on our cars. And even though we will be getting a rebate on our taxes, no one is too thrilled about the prospect of using that money to pay more for gasoline. These proposals might not make it easy on us for the nextyea. but something has to betried in order topet the economy out of the mess it's in. Face facds, things area'I too great the way they are not, I THINK the Alligator reflects this in its series. "Hard Times at UP". This recession hits everyone, everywhere, from the autoworker in Detroit to graduate assistant in GaInesville. It's time for some drastic measures, and the Preent has told us which ones he plans to submit for Congressional approval. I believe that this is as good, if not better than any program previously proposed. I'm sure that the House and Senate will modify it some, but I think they will accept It. In an era where criticism of what the President does has become fashionable. regardlessof-what it is. wouldf'l It be nice tbr a change if the people of the United States got Together and supported the President's program -or at least gave it a chance? RECESSION is not a Democratic or a RepublIcan problem. It is an American problem. One which we must light together, pulting partisan viewpoints aside. Hey Dad! Wanna split for a year's supply of buldes? Andrew Salvage a N4S The Independent Florida Alligator

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N W Gh sTREEl ond tIbd BOULI ARO t -K cme -'U -GMIM --isesia FOR SALE for 'ole -6 pfymouth volion win rOdlo-Meoser engine running perfectly, COTM flo after 7M pmf 372-7248 $150 o(5.-62-0) 70 honda cb450 pERFECT CGCE tew ties, tn. up, baey-lectrhc 3*0r1, crak, bars Must SELL THIS WEEk UM -r make ditr Ton, 377p9 (A-ST-63-P) qgg.I n ntstaared compl*$* $W gel oquarium flet, food, enrythmng 0'W &rmer $2OM bees buy on all knd of icubo 3f-7V12 Randy (A-ST-aS pop SALE Kodak retina ,.fieu $ 35.,, comero 2M yagoico Iynxs s@m V comerw '0' am-In, jvc fleo weth,.o conIrol yn"e 2), ivC speak. 125. 'vc caseo. oap. deck 5, 6 rnonsl old wpon. oiteo racing bectl* reden. 125 oshb,, off. anytime 392-8246 (a-54-4Arlhur Ashe Isfns rackel for sole 1660W new now on sal.e 0) or best offwr foe infonnooro coil Mk. SBrnr of 3763602 afer 5 p i (a-&-44-p) FW SA4E '60 flAT 850 SPOER 1550 77I 9f2 (o-3)44-al Eleciric Guilor & am S~ one 38ForSole 135mm 26Auto Voshimon-OX Len, Good Coridelion St0 0' with cote CaU 377h5716 Anythmn (A-ST461-NC) Schwmnn varsity '0 speed bicycle ecellont condition, mens.J.iclude, molt tear luggage cock, one ,id basket, ph. 377-0529 ohl. 6 pm $80 (o-3t44-p) lKLl omplifier FM .t.eae turnloble unit and heodphones StW coil 3777555 oh.,rfey. (o-3t-44-p) ltero good condition spoce-ovmng, fold-out turntable new cartridge hookup foe extra speck.r. $500' 3764719 eve(-2--p FOR SALE '60 ,'HAR*A GHIA WIIH 62 REBSLtT ENGIh4 ROUGH4 AOy l'EGOTIA&LE 377. 364 (03-4p Sun.e bike. 8 mnonth old, perfect cond, .eg $165 now $99 or best off.,, also Nikon F with F T N meter nnd 5o me, Il lense muss sacrifice, 135C or best offer coil P774436 |A-1OT-5.P) 68 C horg. Dodge 383 oulonmoli A C silver w red 'nt.r'or cleon $0 wosh.r dry. general electric $30 odding machine $40 gloss toble n-choirs call 377 29SV, 377-2lB7 (A-ST465-P) wick., couch ornd standing table lanip to, .ole coil Debbie 373-7929 (A 21 65 Sic Lux stereo ormp bas, and treble far oath channel, 25 rml per channel mn gr.ot 'hap. new 1l0 yours $95 Derrick 376-3537 Afi., 5 p rm (A 3T-65-P) i rbic foot efr igerator -excel lent cOndition 65 dollar, coil per. 3774fl6 rA 2T 65-P) ________ Coiculotni HP-35 5195 Chorger, Com., Woteantee Leave nonm. ond numb., ot 377 598Q IAd-)T5-P) fos sof. registered beagle puppies $50 rowotoki 50, BW mile. 170' Psion. 373-3947 (A 31 65 P) lor wile martin classical guitar NW0 model plus hardihelt CO. SO% p~eose corns by our house 2715 NW A ploce mor nogs only (A 5165-P) :2 tryingt (Junor n ov19 camera for sole cot1 392-.e74 oft, Apr, (A 1-63-PI FOR RENT Roommate needed 2 bedroom opt., close to campus F,. parkimg water gas & sewage $83-a month electric I psone Coil Sort at 373-3802 oft., OX30 Fern oommot. needed ot Plot. Apt 0*,n bden, $97 t u AC pooi sauna Move en now Jon rent paid Coil Viginag 392-76l 20, corm. by No 16 8B51 a-PI FOR RENT mole roonimo Ior Country Gardeni $58 Greot location, Call 2203 oft.r 5 move In flourished opt mn p.' 'no *-% uti 3171 or 378immed. (6-3143student ow,, bedroom In nit. 3 bedrm 2 boll, brn opt AC cenl*Ol tiecs large y-r $60 -e rno + 1-3 uI 10 mint, '.U of call 37l-1IS onytime (S.S-5-P) Alitil Paid -CIeon Aspodousopt biking diooance to co.put i nWaeon Nolese draes Kilchen Openon' -Spa 377-6892 3 bdr host, on I1Ice -Ornonl wooded pe. and pastures. Low rent with heat fully equipped kichen Located nminoeinbstof th cty (lI40) OPe.,7days 31,992 3 bdrh~onm -5 blocks fro., U oe Fln -Ideal location for gudens Spoous will, all appliances alt, heat, cwrpe*s drapes, fenced (ItS9) Open 9orn to 8pm 377-6892 $90 month -PoLAI cowy hom, in qijiel location Pelt allowed -no ese Setter hutry (t1712) Open 7doyi 3749,2 2 bd& Apt Walk to campus -Som, util ~o~ Etr toeidea) t ou n kitchen (l2fl) Open9cmi topm 377-992 $125 hom', oil util paid Nearby bak. cottog., Fully furnished wilt, heon, car'et drop. I*ce PtsOl Students welcomell (1203) United Peal Estate Assac ll3NEf lath Ave Female ,oonmTaoe for f,.nch qucre. $52 4-/ utfii. January renl fee '3358 (B-2-65-P SUWE HANCOCK'S AUTO REPAIR Mojor-Mi&o Repcirt 2DBNW, lOAne. 3T7-3185 NRJBJUA flAt 3764440 IK' I. 6. LXDTIENTUAEI 6:15 C ..ae s 'U CAMERA SHOP Yes weav R ODIW NAL 232 W. University 376-7657 S." U. h *.uq.rq.sn %ag. a, 1l:. lnde.d.t Rodde AIgtor Wednesday, January fl, 1975 ItI 35 7 v a5P c EX WUNDAY I

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Th ndep.ndent Acrid. MIgesor Wednnsday Jonoary 22, 197$, Pg. 9 4&v F CUSTOM FRAMING an.-a1in FOR RENT FOR RENT emnl. roarmatoe wanted, 15225 pcr ROOMWAE JAN R[NT PAIDI Stereo month .V. utifkes, VWiog. Pwk Apt. JHCXK Shog etc VIZCAtVA $90 ,nuory refit 9r.e Call W$V ci 377uh iiiie 377 Id4A or 373.2453 Sorry 269 (b-544I Cb549-1--.-.I IEST I TRVL ANTEAK-PLANE-8HIp r 92 W. WvmS yAn. Ge8.m.8h. N. Slu : STUDUT GOVT. PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS A FREE MOVIE * * I~ WALKING TALL FRIDAY * * JAN. 26 ON THE GRASS AT THE * PLAZA F 8 WANTED [bbrol Female Acomrmot. Wanted to shore luxurious opt 2 bedoon oil furnished $150 a month tr,*Mre after 5 pm' oth. Vi.lae Susan 200 (C-l 60-L GcLb 0e. ld iey e caidMorI cal 1.be'ol emohe rocinmot. wanfld own bedoonm 2 frlocks lrom cmpus t77 50 a month 4 utlfl,.s colI 373.9296 no p.9. fr now ci wping (C-5T745WANTED Ned two-femol. 'o--n'q -.e going respon.'bl. 1512 NW 2nd s$ W7& 22524 no old porIterrierp44pn& 0s oood horn. R.sc.e (C-545P 'cich Rcr~no wote t + % ufls Goqorwood Ap" Codl D.ebb4 ohs. 3 pm 3fl-flld (C-ST-"S-? Ferrole own vecm + boh Knd,.n wshrdrr privilegp. lo5.e m+9 utilkin CaroI S9-I66S 64-5 V'S. 9f8Atet 5 No etsPle.e (C4.-P): FOR RENT o2oonot.,s wanted 1650 or S7n mc4uthn 2 bodoorn 2 bot, furn opt Cfly gordn great othon coil 37fWANt JO MOVE? fyou desir. ao nov* rom, your pr.enl oosn econrrent, sublert tOrfind yu o ormnl mnn'ddmt.Iy oh NO CQ55t 11 j16,Av 3-a b-fr-S$-c) oarg. 'am. ho. twe bedroom. ovoil ev.,o *nlrn Io dpool 85 a welcome 3920 SW dFPI 377-4O49 {b-29-6jpeep hole oc ond haot woik in. closet 48 o 3737S (b-6A.pj own crn in 2 br opt 3 ml franm camp 6no+ ul IlI 376-4324 between 6 top by 2930 SW 23rdmer opt I10 I,. WANTED 00mos woniod for country living 5 mm to U of F -own bedroom $65 I 3 utll -liberal but Mon.r. coil cho.r,. at 376-4150 (doyV) (C-51-43-P) ,oommrot hove 2 b troil., privomely Jocoad IC miles rom, cornipo, has air, control heat ornd is completely furnisld coil mwf S-I In., 462 2709160 (C-ST.63RO)MMATE one nice-,ized br.,$sore both ,r 3 b. a, K INGi CRE39 ave FEMALE Cnll Andreo 0r She, 378-2977 SOS0 I C-3T-a3-?) femole coomma'. for 7 hr opt 6? 75 'o + 'j,,ilities riear tral central 0lr, pool tot, souno urgent Ic it 64 p _________ I male role 0o .baie bdrrn In?2 bdrrn 1ownhouse Ook ro,,,r /3 33 mo 4 -3 ,,tilities ion 'rn Fee coNe Waiter or 1orn 3P3 Q342 I' 5? 64 p ,oommrnqe wanted for ow,, roan, m 46b, oak tor cii api t orl ibie t bik, to UF $*6 mo coil chic a, b61 373-1617 Ic St S a uhiries ren' pd un'1l 31st 'I bli Iron, 'gert Coil lesIey 378-0632 Colon,.oI Monor (s 3t 6A-pr roomnote wonied for 3 OPR hqut. 4650i no I 3 ti call 376-4759 or corn. by 3154 NW 10h St {c 2tS4p1 TONIGH T 9-12 BRUBY RAY S 3500 Sw 13th ST. ei. I

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GOING OUT FORCED TO MOVE BUSINESS on these and JOG's of other REg. Mi'c '@4. 'ines Rog. P1*.e items SM.e Mrc. I. .l ving.R.m Ma. Spig 2. 95 ToN.,s199 $4.95 lI.i 25MG New hAdr. kyven PMac ~Mb 149.0 599.70 DInetb 69.0 $39.50 Living Room CM., .4 bow. 5UAt 896 $49.2 om.c 19.59 $10.95 FURNITURE CITY Com.r .EL Univnnily A S.E. Acei Onen A. Coo nw. Whesn. Deportment Sb.re eSt $. HELP WANTED 565 OS $91# WW-PART TIME Ujnlirmiled .eanng polenilal mn oddissing en. velapee ci how. Compaon6. pay lop moofl for thai "pertoccl" 'ouch F.r hnlhhr informollon regordino op. pc.tunhiis wI$h tha. to.mpoflia. snd $2 -to choniM AdvwrsIng, P 0 Box I 7P. Aiai, GOt %|0 (-4T4|-P) heoar4g PWes call Artknw 3|2.49 beiwen per A pin Mo. twr FI W. teI y 52,. hos (E.IT63-C) Hu. a eld by Ae H'. Aso hosts fh S.i. 9)-Ja 20 ne j. .o Gowlsti.e on -e 4MI WA?0 EMUS 2mDW.Ut~neSty AMt. 22.s AI Come Spen~~d A Mh fenonWt LOUPIWIWIU A FREE CONCERT BY THE POND HELP WANTED PoI *ln, crew ,nonog.' woik eVefIflp 5must havn goad ftonepoflaflcn F0 imftilOlmifl Coil 3'2-448I (f-31-43-P) could you ihaodl. on impooaibJ lob? applsor. wre turrniy heing ccc lse or fail, 1975 resident ajboln. pon'ion wnh 'he division o4 housing. app'ynbgw.'';.Ini .'' ci AUTOS Information 376-4446 1972 VW C015p9a, Pop-U p, .*'11 lIW e,,o,,ed k C -.flf 7488 After 5* (G-4T-45-P) 1972 Ford PINea, *.c.Ilent Crd auto tin., goad sires, ecclO., g"s ruloag $Sin coil ri-inP (G-5T-48-P) S6 mustang: fair condsion *2 .nin e44p) 97I Capil 6mutSel A .eeed radiolt lir cood low mileage -i condhion call CLAS5iC 66 MG8 mini cend, cuao, in1i, Saera a9p mkchelIns. radial. U mfl iust -m to appec.t $1375 a, e fl 3705 (3544Q1 (6-5r-O-P PERSONAL ~5AMI' A-RV FROM L0ONDR, unisex Drep by Colonial Pasa 7le W UnIv. Ave. 3f7-2hd3 (I-S0-f3.p) gaer king now open ans IN, S.h 4 It Avt, pork cia. ao boyes tgen, no'ma., a lisl, hell, hourly. taiy a gy coommunily sernka went gay me arndwome~nesit hwrdoys -7 pm. 07 Gf-YEAR-GtO mostlyy) LAS n.d he, Vary ofectiovea and iv$.llig.#. Ccli Larry or NOwie W7-08 3'S nw 1*9, Dr (J54-C) OiUSEAS JOBS -Autrolio, Europe. S. AnerIc, Africo 5rudsnte all proleabens end occupai.n. 57W0 so 30 monthy. Expnsspold, gnnrim., highueling. Fr. Informallon TRAPJSWO#LO AMARC$ Ca Dept. G6, P0. bax an Ceste Madro, CA 9*925 (J-4T.40P) CoEb's Iacral halr remvnad per monenhly. Coil tdnund Dwyer-elodirolegist over 20 yea.s .xparl.4t*. Call 372-in9 (J-FM-61-C) deddlng InvItations 311.40 per I0 busrna cerO 59.95, pub rremi mopeafic tiyn, offa, printing. Clff *4.1 P'nISIg 1 10 N. Moe.n (J-R5BC) UAnAt LE1ON Snufi cbnse S $prmn 1215 NW 5.9 Ave (off I*Sh ) Mon heu lan. ,7*. 9. 37S-7131. (J.2T-60.P) vARAt UNWFCPMS. Quality, bleached. 324 up. K.al-Oo. 1215 NW 51h Ane, I Mi t f .4 IN Si. Moo-WadFri eve VS6713l IJ-514-0P) SAWE M~*Y 0N WiAMIF tdlnce chfwwbaeC l25mg 2S jab. for U29es -on -supply I 0. r tale -tm Raeehip S% mg, .K mg9 C2 Comiple., Multi~usov'm a. AAOTER 1AMU4 404 NW 53th St. 35224 (j.-S44p) mortar boord appicelions flow avaIlable for ljniwr cellagr *cnefeq. untor Women w*10 3 Os pick up ycar the ,ahi. union octIyties desk -n third flaos -tiers irdo -es (J.5143-C) mrs MCIE TO SM WITH C-luiy -ea GRAHM 3dNIPM Shanel.o~ A eaner I oc E xthng, 2 FM stations on T V Channelt, end O FM end A AM s*taoS On the PM flnd -cmT 1mac MUCAICA mNC. GNmtapsT. CIT UCI BY MI # Nt sock -o cwy we fill your orders for you. N. prevloua .Iqelece flflfley, -e shW yOu oIl sha frlcks. Ideal i slhie vatme Anyone can buy 4roe uS, esha, -o or e If -ie deIItdld. IiWP kit for prmp ,.fund. But HFO@IV ThIs iso llsMitdeffel StM TIl CONY VIY iNE CISC WA* MAIMR U 0111 coMPnlE Instucioan for Startingom ran, ch -s C CIRCUlAR MAU1E --Only 53 f.nd more),.thno "ok N p. t Wmst"E hc.,,,e.,, lly guw.nied Ia brIng you lhis kind of money Each.e -w dollars f.r coot. EVER W#ITflN and how lb vnail ib l only tic. wo r. Inteteed to -ha HAlF youmall Iito .end you back money ComrplSlekr.Up 12. t2lnvsmen imall IsakasEvayO.ng ned-ny$2W0 PW SAAB W'Y IA Save Pea. ~Iar 4 9*9*S~* 4, ,d~., ~ 9. 4.

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The Indepeodntflsd&MIIgtt, w.4.ady. J.vevyZ, 191 Peg. I STEIT'S 16tNW. IS ST. *FRANCNISED DEALSR *AUACEsONI CALL 377-DIKE mm vn etaM -u I a -S UM it U.M SN PERSONAL flpp'odiation day *'d'v'du', on' orriarloions ''~ed in m~ tcn,.er rOpilfOn pIr inworded drifdimin lan 27 lo tonhe 'BI C. bil ,, 9 82h 01 372 1610 1 S 64 p, I-o oen os orh I ,r parer, pa, i 4)010! oes. iou philosoph, ,a rnd oil mare rh'o schoot 01ease WIlI days 3'6 9154 -ven n 3) '58 ni1 ~'6I t4 'orliho Bookpodks Tks* is irai Shoes White $troq Sp.do 5othrr9g Sut's Join Urri H4,king Club Aliens Aquolic & troi (pr'ter 3448 W Unw 3739233 1 PF 65C) "It *s nor his to boasi who lovetI, his touritry. but I is his who onveth the world Boho I Writng, (J1IT65 Ct --h~vPI PERSONAL iii 2IF st -w., ,h,rL y ,h ~~i'a ~'j*v *imnri Ioi,,s and f,,end 'nmov tour birthday Lie os iiip ,'m ou ro (Je oturs evmryday' Id Wi U[L}4IQ~4or F 4 32 in Ii iroi jr ed 370 252 I1 '(--o, dtty ,,,,~irdon I wy I,,, ii~tnd by yo p .or ~ I 65 P) LOST & FOUND Pewurd loi wrisi bracelet .nhnmenta vol uc rscr 'bed 0o your brigHt future coil berry 374.00B 372-9405 Pleos. (1 15 'ew rd, return of red and white Seogle mole lost viciity of seors Jon 9 Has Dod. Co togs no qsuesflons, coll 377 7904. 392-2977 (I 3 SQ-p) LOS' On. pa, forg. sunglasses left on picnic tobl. behind mccorty hal or, friday pmr Sentimnntl value ploas cold kothy 370 9673 (121 64-pJ PEWVAPD, offered Ia. o white-foced uvromega wotch lost in or around 4h,. univ cud orcd iday nite If found please colt 37h9q01 (L-3t-66-P) LOST grey Siamese mole cc, ftso codoar with ca4o mt ild I-16-75 narl, of ui'vqrity rewardcall 373-I393 (L-2t.66SERVICES DIVE 1HE RARAMS SPRING WREAK uniiled nIt 3 mood, a doy-o bu4k alt fo, $l4for 5glouuousdoyamncr 242 fo. mare no ph John AppIbconm 392-8755 Color outdoar portraits 12 shots to chose from $5 shoctung fee, 0, 0 -$6, 5x7 -$4. 4xS $3 Economy weddinge I would lk. lo show you my work Ronnie Korn 376O2 (M ST-4$-P) VW Spmiof tan. up for any year VW 1750 plus ports, tune up & oil 'hang. $9 m all work gucmont.d, coil mike lor Opp 37l959 (M-ST456-P) Basic, odvonce & underwater Photo Cdosss tlort.ng soims sevice reniol ow., trips Torn alien "Co host of wild leirgdonm TV VAll.n, Aouolic S Ira'1 Center 3448 W Univ 373-9223 M FQ65.) ELECTRiOYSIS By oppo'rmenl only it i N Karp Telephon. [904) 3765673 ni 101 4 SCUBA CLASS itardi Feb 2 dil equ'pment provided includimo "cik, fins. smomkt B C, and lull wdisuit Internotionol cesificotion *.stbook and oil air 5 open-wolmr dos cast -535 nteoluteiy no *xtra cherg. coF $cuto Dynamics 37'3-5069 (mi 914-p) 'p IRYCOTUGAS for spring bred' diving and conipig trip Fly by .oaion~e fromn key Wesi march 21 25 o, 25-29 Alt scubo equipment provided Explore hisiouic Foi Jeffanson $115 with cerlbfrctIon $150 incitcleh fulI scuba cours, coil Scuba flynormics 373 5060 lr-$t-6d ph oiv~paE WOMEN $eekng Suppot And Counseling? A proip will be oftesed on thursday, 1 2 noon to Z P M by 19.e worT'OfS walL in counseling service calt 392-iS' 751o btpy 311 111t1* for rio _ _ _ _ _ _ IKIOADiNO C~swFjN#N'5 466-3340 AS 0, cWIMe 006e MMIIs 0m'e classIfIed. are available at the Campus Shop and Bookstore SERVICES TWE JWARRIED STUDENT CENTEft OFFERS FULL WANGCE 0F HElPING SERVICES, MEDICAL AND DAY CAPE REFERRAL FRFE 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL j77l4125 M-9TAM$ INa /AiAA handbook how to work and hiveminAlaska Latest pipeline ,nfrmolnorl $00 iA^8ox7Nor'ich WIED FOG s1GHT The Eyeglass Super Marl' UNNE*SITY cWTICIANS HYPNtsIS HELPS EOPLE ATTAiN GOALS BY AIDiNG ANY PHYSICAt AND MENTAL ABItiTYStUDyiNG MEMORY ATHUTIlCS 373-3059 Conohd G Prot CertIfied AAiH, FAPH (n'-2li-4A8 MEDiCAL CaLEG* ADMlSSlON PRACtiCE adl M T teu onlyred, sre ond percentie tonk. rcowled EUIOPE-l$irAEL--AFlRCAA$iA Trovel dhscounls yecr-round Stjdeni Alr rryvcl Agency. Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd Alonto, Go 3W32, 252-3433 (M-14rHOqsES eGAROED' little prairie rend', infaqr.l. Iierndly, ol focilies 5 ml frnis~ sol,$75 ,a inr 376TONIGHT -Men. Night On. Free Dusnk for meui ClINIC S 7kc -co sw 'U, st. o OLD-fTIMEATe ~poesed r 'r. *Ie RMowetw'iw. '0 t4jr Jaker'm Na HI Pr. Aeducl. Nalurul Warnmins, Mht .Sh. IM. Is I cmli *5 be us-ms

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-. dep.nden* Honda AIIgejs pV4udnsa. Jonasy2, 3975. Peg. I3 Non-crime calls solved by phone B3 RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Wrttn rhere Mill he less responding by police to calls for help as a result ol a proposed cutback in non-criminal ser'mcesproposed mn a report from police chief Nolen Freeman. Giincsville city commissioners Monday night approved the report. which suggests handling complaints by telephone if there is no crime scene. THIS WOULD include calls about runaways. obscene calls and late traffic reports. Complaints about noise and vending mnaching break-ins will also be handled by telephone. The "very severe and drastic" increase in burglaries. larcenies and robberies cited by City Manager B. Harold Farmer compelled Freeman to reassign police to patrol areas where they are most needed. Freeman said. He estimated 72 per cent of all calls are service requests, the remainder being reports of crimes. IN ANOTHER decision, city commissioners unanimously approved Dc. 26 as the date from which the city would stant collecting a h0 per cent utilities tax on UF resale of electricity. The ordinanc. requiring the collection was passed Dec. 26 hut the commission had to decide whether they would collect taxes on sales before that time. Those students affcted by the new ordinance are students living in married housing who buy electricity from UP and did not pay the tax before the ordinance was passed. The commissioners came a step closer to downtown redevelopment when they were presented with a scale model (ot the downtown plaza, which will include a new judicial building and library. ARCHITECT Harry C. Merritt said at the Monday night meeting the plaza will cost about 1254,9(E. Explaining the design, he said he wants the square to be a place where people will want to come and participate in city functions. The plans include converting the Poole-Gable garage into a food and crafts market. A civic and exhibition center is designed to adjoin the market. Merritt said he wanted to preserve First Street as an historic pedestrian path. The commission also passed a proposal to subsidize the cost of neutering dogs and cats of low-income people and denied a zoning request. The denied request was to rezone an eight-tenths of an acre parcel of land on SW 5th Avenue from single to multiple dwelling units. Honor Court crocks down on penalties By STUART EMUPICH AllIpar Staff Wltsr The UF Honor Court is starting to impose stridter penalties on student offenders to try to cut down on the number of honor code violators, according to Chancellor Robert Harris, Harris said he thought the harsher penalties, such as increased penalty hours and lengthened probation. "Would serve as a deterrent against possible offenses." THE HONOR Court. made up of students, is responsible tbr investigating and levying penalties for honor code violations, such as cheating and stealing. Harris said he thought "the Honor Court has been somewhat lenient in thd past," and that it needs to be stricter if it is to be effective. The problems of enforcing an honor code at UF, and making the Honor Court an etiectise body, is presently being studied by a student-faculty task force set up by Student Body President Steve Merryday. THlE TASK torce met Monday fir the first time this quarter and heard representatives from the Honor Court discuss spite of the problems they thought had to be solved to strengthcu the honor code. Chief Defrnse Counsel Byron Peterscm said possible reforms in the penalty and jury systems welt discussed at the miiniig. When a student is given penalty hours It icans he has to earn that amount of hours, abort his nonuaj graduating limit. Petfh aflitn* tuitow trsatb.ors quaD has led to doubts bout the fairness of thfbto peaty. H-e added the committee also dknued pnrmn aenlorcing the honor cude effectively. "The problem is not with the Honor Coun, It is with the honor system.' Peterson said.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING By STEVE PROCKO Allgator Staff Writer COLLEGE REPUBLICANS: wiii meet tonight at 7 30 p.m. in the I Wayne Reitz Union, room 362. KNOWLEDGE: "The Inner Experience of Knowledge" wil he the topic of discussion tonight at S in the Catholic Student Center. For further information call 378-6029 or 378-8184. NOW ANTHOLOGY MEETING: will be held tonight at 7 n the ]. Wayne Reitz Union, room ISOB. For further inforio al37-2 SAIL CLUB: will meet tonight at 7:30 mn the]J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 357. For further information call 378-7759. JOURNALISM COLLEGE COUNCIL: will meet tonight at 7 in the Stadium. room 226. TOPOGRAPHY LECTURE: sponsored by Sigma Gamma Epsilon wilt be held tonight at B in Floyd Hail, room 213. The jopic will be Karst topography of Florida. BASKETBALL PEP Caunt will meet tonight at 7:30 in Florid. Gym. room 222. For further information call 3726IC. PEE-VET Caunt will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical Engineering Bldg. rom 22!. For further information call 377CIA MEETING: the Chinese International Association will meet tonight at 9:30 in the i. Waytic Reitz Union. For further ,nfbnnation call 378-4828. YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM: will meet tonight at 6:30 in the]J. Wayne Reitz Union. room 15W'. For further Fellwhp wlbe lTura at 4:0prm. Ithe. Wayn Reliz Union, rmom 221. For further information call 378-0739. CIRCLE Kt will hold a meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reiti Unkon, room 15CC. For further information call 392-8834. UC STUDENT COUNCIL: will meet Thursday at 7:15 p.m. in the I. Wayne Reitz Union, room 123. For further inlormation call 373-9573. pm. in te J.WaynRiz Union, for further formation cal 372-9642. GARDEN CLUB: will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in t McCarty Hall room G086. This is an organizational meeting, for further information call 392-9519. BOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCIL: will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 316. For further information call 377-7155. PUSSA OPENHOUSE: The Public Relations Student Society of A merica wil hold an openhouse Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Maracaiho Apartment Club House located at 2500 SW 34th St. For further information call 373-1009, NOW MEETING: The National Organization for Women (NOW) will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for United Ministries. Topic for discussion will be "Women In Prison." For further information call 392-9767. YOUNG DEMOCRATS: will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the I. Wayne Rvitz Union, room 347. For further information call 373-7122. S.T.A.R.: The Star Trek Association for Reiwal will meet Thursday at S p.m. in the Beaty Towers T.V. room. For further information call 392.8784. CONSUMER AFFAIRS: There will be a meeting of the Student Governmecnt Departmient of Consumer Affairs I iursday at 7:30 p.m. in the]J. Wayne Reit, Union, room 305. F-or hirther formationion call 3192-1665. FEDERATION OF CUBAN STUDENTS: will meet l hursday at &:30p.m. in the]J. Wayne Union. room ISOB. for tiirthcr information call 373-8420. JR. HONORS MED PROGRAM: will be discussed Thursda) at p.m. in the Chemistry Research Bldg. room 240. The progronm as liimited to pre-mod students in their second sear of tolcge with a 3.5 average. NW74KL, Poce O PR ESENTS HAPY OU A N37 96LFE 'WOMEN IN PRISON lneiuranc. opn THURSDAY JAN. 23 7:30p.m. Tht Conntctlon Hso ljrsoonc. CENTER FOR UNITED MINISTRIES TONIGHT-ns Night roup In"u"onc 1402 W. University Ave. One Fm. Dritk for men Annul#.s 10 DRNK ABER 11 PnsonPlnsPUBLIC INVITED 35SIGMAWTAU SIGMA HONORARY TUTORING SOCIETY If you're having problems such as: (1) Not receiving personal attention relating to your course (2) Remembering old concepts or formulas 2 (3) Trouble understanding course work etc. Sigma Tau Sigma invites you to come by the office at room NOTE: WE CAN'T OFFER EFFECTIVE SERVICES IF Qs STUDE NTS: 2.Don' hae the propr foundaton n Prerequisie COijrses 3. Rely solely on us to passa8 course OL D T UTORS -WE NE ED A DMINIST RATIVE H ELP IN TH E OFFICE. STOP BY AND GIVE US A HAND. FOR OURNEXT CAR WOAN. Try oujr low cont ao financing -Interest is computed each month on ttw unpaid balance and do you ever save when yms trade or pay uhwadil Call 392-0393 for cost before signing peers anywhtr e. Payroll deduction available for share and-lom peymsnt. GANESVULLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Sib Avenue oft. comm~ *9 121k Skeet Houwt:O00tm. -t:uba~l. Mendsy lkmugc Mird.y 0

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I 11.Independent rlorida Alligotor, *.dnendoy, Jonvory f2, 1975 Pag. IS Florida Alligator/ Page I4. Monday, January 13 1975 Two BILL HARLAN no comment By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sport. Walter She "coaching situ at ion' was the m, J( r reason tor t hret Uo UF swimmers to quit the team. Dan d Nay, Inc 4f the Lt week ip aBradley,a captain on U F\ cmi I m McKee, is double silver medalist winner in the 1472 Olbmpics ,and David Ray, the Gators top sprinter, all quit the team., ALL THREE left at dillerent times hut lor the same basic rea SOfl. Ray saind he had not planned on bringing up his reasons for quitting but comments made by Assistant Athletic Director Gene Ellenson had convinced him to do so Ellenson said earlier this week that he lelt McKee had quit because he was doing poo4 and "looking bor an excuse" Ray said this was simply not true. McKee had lost when UP traveled to Alabama and swam against someone "who might take NCAA thIs year." Ray said. THE REAL PRODLEM, Ray said, is the coaching situation and that problem begins with the Ur Athletic Department. "They don't care about (he swimming team," Ray said of the athletic department. Ray said the swiniming team needs more money than it is currently getting if it expects to continue as a nationally ranked team, The extra money. Ray said, is needed to attract Nationally known or big name coach. "When you have facilities like we do you need a top name coach that can recruit." Ray said. Ray said ever since Assistant Coach Eddie Reese left UF three years ago, the Gators have not been able to pull any .utstanding swimmers to the team REESE IS CURRENTLY head coach at Auburn and S RORTS UF swimmers "I tried to push myself to go though the rest of the season. It just built up in me. I had some personal goals for myself but it was just too much seeing these problems over and over and over again." -David R ay Monday beat UP for the first time 63-0. UP was very fortunate. Ray said, when they had Reese. He was an assistant coach who made the team move. Ray considers Reese's leaving a major factor in the decline of the team, There is no one around UP. Ray said, who can coach like Reese used to coach. RAY SAID that UP Head Bill Harlan is no longer in contact with the swimmers. "Harlan has been with the UP team for a long time. He does not have any contact with the team. Nobody that makes dIecisions is in contact with the team," Ray said. The mood of the swimmers has been less than optimistic because of this lack of contact. "I don't think anyone has swam their best time in the last three years," Ray said, Riay said he wants very much to swim again for UP but said he definitely would not come back with Harlan as head coach. Ray said he had not quit sooner because he had hoped the situationi would get better. "I TRIED to push myself to go through the rest of the season. It was just built up in me. I had some personal .2 cite DAVID RAY voices view cojls lot myself hut it "as just too nmuch seeing these I i bleiis (ver and( over and over againn' R ay said. McKee said he agrees with most of what Ray said. But McKee said iti1s probably better bor the Ieamu that Harlan has little contact with the team, .'"He knows he's not a dck coach.'' McKee said of Harlan. MCKEE SAID Harlan knows his limitations and has not moved into areas he is incapable of handling. The team now needs a new head coach, McKee said. because the swimming program will be hurt without one. McKee said Harlan realized it. "He (Harlan) has tried to hand in his resignation three times. But the athletic department would 'not accept it." McKee said. McKee said Harlan told him of his attempts to hand in his resignation and the department's refusal. "The athletic department does not want to accept the resignation because they would have to put out more money than they want to," McKee said, McKEE ALSO said that Harlan "gives a damn" about UF swimming. Harlan knows, McKee said, the possibility exists of the athletic department putting "some P.E. coach" as a new head swimming coach if Harlan resigns. And neither Harlan or he wants that, McKee said. ASSISTANT TO THE ATHLETIIC DIRECrOR, Norm Carlson said he was unable to comment on what Ray and McKee said but was able to give the swimming team's budget. The total budget is S85,00), with S43,0 in scholarship. s29.00) in operating expenses and 510.400 in coches ,alaries. The coaching salary figure includes Harlan along with four assistant coaches. Athletic Director Ray Graves was unavailable for comment and Harlan said he would rather make no comment. aV $250,000 Col ection Handmade Indian Jewelry 1~0%1 50FF Januay 23,24 ad 25. An exquisite collection of silver end turquoise necklaces, bracelets rings and evrrings All handcrafted by the Navojos, Zunis mnd Hopis in the ancient traditions of their tribes MOSlLAE $12 Is $210U. J SOUASH BLOSSOMS ,TURUOISE NUGGET NECKLACE *d flflflfl I REGULAR 49995 GAEIESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER the ~uU* 16kW CUp4~ ad, Mmdv CUp If t AsIANS SUNDAYS 1Uff DAY S D"WS"AYS FUIDAYS ""''"^"Y Brunch ii 000a m Bogel, lox, plus more. pore Doncing 6-00 p.m. We oie fortunate to hove th, most excelIent inStrvctor -David No. CholutiCompua Jewash NewspoprQ:O0p.m. conioctJeff Dworkln 372-9729. Stonting in February Convenobtonol Hebrew Class., 8.00 p.m. lnstrncdor Or. Ze .:v JobyJoe.gor.52 MishnokStudy of the Orwl Low 9.00 p.m Fradoy night srvice 5:15 p~m FHdoy night supper 5 45 p.m bongs and mt Pleos. make your reservofion by Thurndoy evening. S"'vc'ot"*0 "'"'m*"*loweby'frniddis 5 00 p m. Mincha then 3rd 5&kbolh Meal. The Hillel kosher Dining Club.Gounmet cooking. Stortng Jonuory 26th, for fjrlher informationn pieose contact our Hillel. The lounge isop.n for study ond ther. is also a T.V. For information regarding any progrm or ideos contact Hillel Jewish Student Cenflr, I il. St 372.2900. IA N.W. Rabbi Grofstein is availabl, for questions, counselling or owistonce. There will be e Chosidic Shaobbot January 31st-Feb. 1st. To 'seA your goodies soon (not later) Put a CaBssified in the Aliguturi J 4 $4 4' 'I 4 rea sons f or quiting ~Jek Lindsey Hillel Announces A 'S (a

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Pug. 16 1h. independent Ftorido Aliigosor, Wadnsdoy Jonuory 22, P975 Gainesv il e g ri makes good as member of Gator swim team B, NICK PUGLIESE Alligator Sports Writer Imagine. lor a minute. a cute, blonde-haired girl walking ir(,und the LIE campus with skmn as wrmngkled a' a prune. Improbable as it may seem, it tould happen to Bonnie Broyles. one of the top swimmrer' on the LIF Women's Swim I cam "I THINK I'd shrivel p Li, I didn't get in the w ater everyday." Ihe I 8-year-old Ireshman sayS. A tual ly, there is little clanger of that smece Miss Broyles agnd her leanmates .ire almost constantly practicing in the U F poo1 in preparation for the' r uipcommag meets,. A local Gamnesvilke product. she started tompeting at six years old. andl although her high school (P K. Yonge) didn't offcially have a swin team, she entered the state meets. While she consistently placed Iirst or second in those state iwets over the last jew years. it is the state records she holds t I 4 t 9 Ii that prove her aquatic ability Broyles holds the Florida state record in the l(0-and 20y'ard backstroke short and long (short is swum on a 25-yard coulse. and long s a IS meter course. or the length of the pool) in the senior division (age 12-14). SH E ALSO holds records in the 15-17 age diwision for 50yard Ircestyle short and long, and Itsmnd 200yard huckstroke short and long. "I guess my backstroke is my strong point I'm more of a sprinter. I can't go long distances." said Bonnie of her swimjming forte. One wonders why a girl from right here in Gainesville would decide to attend UF. and that question was put to Broyles. "I LIKE Gainesvile. and I've been here for IS years. Plus. I really like the coach (Sue Halfacre); in fact, all the coaches are really nice, she replied& She also gets a partial scholarship lbr swimming. "WE HAVE a lot of potential fur a strong team. We have a good chance in the small meets, but in a big Southeastern Conference (SESC) meet we don't have enough people. We only have 12 girls on our traveling team, and most schools have 20," Broyles noted. "However,. we play just as hard," she added. that abilit) to win the small meets has been proved the last two weeks as the ga1 swimmers have taken both Florida State and Georgia. In the meet in Tallahassee. Broyles won the 50and 10yard backstroke events and was a member of the 2(X)-yard medley relay, and 400 yard freestyle relay teams that both captured first place. IN THE Georgia meet. Broyles took the 50-yard backstroke and the fM0-yard butterfly. The S-foot-7, 140 pound freshman is currently taking premed course, but she is still unvertain about her major. But swimming will always be a major part of her life. "When I was a kid, I tried other things, but I excelled in swimming so I just stuck with it. Besides, it's a good way to pay my parents back," said the soft spoken mermaid. Coliseum beer at night Rat I he Umiivcrity ol Florida Circle-K Club will spOnsOr "Basketball Coliseunm Night" tonight at the Rathskelher on the UIF campus from') p.m. 10 anm Fhe purpose of the event w.ilI be to encourage students and faculty to congribute towards construction ol a new coliseum for the school. "We hope to have a big turnout." said Circle-K President Louis Schiti. "This will be a good opportunity for everyone to show their support for a flew multi-purpose luilding." Fret beer w11 he provided. bt there will be a mandatory SI 50 donation at the door. Sports writer nabs phony spDort fstar ORLANDO (UPI) -A 23ycar-old mau who says he spent the lpast two years "I mpersonating sports figures. using stolen credit cards and passing bad cheeks" has been arrested here after posing as Cleveland Indians pitcher Steve Kline. Steve Wacaser, of Springfield, Ill., surrendered to Orlando Sentinel Star sportswriter Larry Guest Sunday, after Guest approached him on the Walt Disney World Tennis Courts. Wacaser mistook Guest for an FBI agent. The Illinois man was turned over to authorities after he spent an hour telling Guest about his cross-country career as an impostor. H-I races a worthless check charge in Lincoln. Neb. Guest said Wacaser. posing as Steve Kline. had been playing tennis at Disney World a week before. A suspicious Disney employe, however, checked pictures of the baseball pitcher on file at the newspaper office and discovered Wacaser was not Kline. Wacaser left town on Jan. I 3. Guest said. But early Sunday the newspaper received a tip that "Kline" would arrive at McCoy jetport shortly after noon. Foday is the deadline for signing up for women's dormitory and Independent Flag Football. Contact the IM office. 229 Fla. Gym. 392-0581, A women's racquetball clinkc will be held Jan. 26, 1:303:30. at Murphrece Courts. Women interested in sharpening their skills or learning the game for the first time are encouraged to attend. reams are urged to pick up schedules for sports beginning this week. Come by the IM office. ~ the Hiking Club meets Tuesdays. 8:30 p.m. room 220 Fla. Gym. The first hikes of the year include a canoe trip weekend. Feb. 1-2. and a hiking trip on the Florida Trail, Feb. 15-16. A local si,-milc hike is held after each Tuesday night niceting. For more information, contact Coach Eckdial. I M office. 392-0582.