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"Florida Alligator/;JAN. 24, 1975 -


67 NO. 67I

I Published by Campus Communication! Inc.. Gainesville Florida Not officially associated! with the University of Florida
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I 11 Finance committee urges SUS relief 1


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By TOM SIIRODER THE ESTIMATED $500,000 to $600.000
Alligator Staff Writer UF would receive if the emergency BOR
JACKSONVILLE Board of Regents reallocation is distributed according to the
: (BOR) Finance' Committee will recommendthat committee's recommendation is about r Regents favor partial 1.
UF receive "$500,000 to $600,000" froma $300,000 more than UF administrators ex

State University System (SUS) emergency pected. .
reallocation.The Mautz and SUS Vice CHancellor Kenneth
three-regent finance committee met Boutwell proposed the $1 million raised by lift of admissions limitsBy
:i. here Thursday to make plans for guiding the the SUS should be distributed among state
: nine state universities through the present schools according to need rather than size of
financial crisis and the schools for budget.
i to prepare The on Feb. 3 are expected to
regents
: hard times to come. Victor Yellen, UF assistant to the vice KAREN MEYER the committee's recommendationthat
THE COMMITTEE' will make recommendations president for academic affairs said UF could Alligator Staff Writer approve the freeze be partially lifted. -
on financial policy to a full save an additional $80,000 by cutting a It will not be until a March 3 meeting of the
:r meeting of the BOR March 3. special appropriation to the Florida State JACKSONVILLE Board of Regents regents that the freshmen freeze will be lifted
Recommendations include: Museum and UF operating expenses. finance committee recommended Thursdaythe from UF and a imai utxision 'made on the
.Distributing $1 million of SUS savings ASSUMING UF receives $600,000 from freeze on admission at Florida's nine state status of USF and FTU, according to BOR
the universities in their the reallocation, Yellen' said UF's deficit
: among proportion to universities be partially lifted. corporate secretary Hendrix Chandler.
need. ; would be cut to $720,000. The committee recommended the freeze, All applications for enrollment during the
SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz said, the Only one week ago UF faced a deficit of which went into effect at the BOR's January 1975 spring and summer quarters will be
1)) savings were made by cutting all special $1.71 million. meeting, be lifted with the exception of first- accepted if the regents approve the partial
f programs possible from the current university Administrators agree UF has done time college students applying. for fall quarter lifting of the freeze at their March meeting.
everything possible to reduce the deficit short
'\ system budget. and beyond. THE ADMISSIONS proposals are
,l .Petitioning Florida Lt. Gov. Jim Williams of cutting salary expenditures. HOWEVER, the committee will put designed.to meet the governor's request that
i to allow deferrment of salary deficits into next SALARY COSTS can be reduced by proposals before a March 3 meeting of the the state universities operate on a budget next
; year's budget. layoffs, voluntary service or suspension of regents to lift the freeze completely from all year equivalent to or less than the current
Asking Williams to consider they merit pay increases. state universities, with the possible exceptionof fiscal year's budget.
possibility of suspending merit pay increasesto .SUS Chancellor-designate E.T. York said University of South Florida (USF) and The state universities are feeling the pinchof
all state employes. given the gravity of the situation, major"salary. Florida Technological University (FTU). Florida's$223 million fund shortage with a
'j .Cutting next year's faculty positions,by 2.5 cost reductions "must be considered. All the proposals offered to the regents by state-ordered 59.5 million cut to the BOR
; cent systemwide. "But it must be done statewide, I don't the
per, finance committee assure UF it will be budget.
,Shifting money budgeted for books, think any one agency could do it," he said. allowed to receive incoming freshmen next Harris suggested the committee recom-

: classroom? ,.)laboratory! .and L maintenance! fall quarter mend another tuition hike, but members
II equipment to pay' for rising.utilities costs. (See "SUS" page four) The committee proposed excepting USF decided to place it on the March, agenda,
.. and FTU front the complete lifting of the along with other alternatives, without a.
freeze in order to eliminate undergraduatesfrom recommendation."I .
these schools, transforming them into DONT! believe the university system can
two-year upper division colleges only. any longer take the position that fee increasescan
UNDERGRADUATES at these two be avoided," said Harris.
universities would be gradually eliminated as One alternative for next year includes a
they moved into upper division colleges. No tuition increase of $1 per credit hour for
i :. undergraduate already enrolled would be undergraduates and $2 per credit hour for
forced out of his university.Court graduate ,students.



; ..9 questions Greeks


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in fall cheatinginquiryBy



STUART EMMRICII together to cheat on the exam.
Alligator Staff Writer "I'm always appalled at the fraternity
block" stereotypes Gordon said. "If there
,' Members of a UF fraternity and a sorority was any cheating., and I doubt there was, it
r3 comprised the majority of 30 witnesses called would have had to be on an individual basis."
to testify Thursday night at an Honor Court "I don't think the fraternity should be
investigation into alleged cheating on fall judged on what one or two individuals may
quarter final exams, according to several have done," Gordon added.
sources. MOST OF THE witnesses who testified
J5x tl. b, .. At least nine members of Tau'Epsilon Phi Thursday night were called in connection with
fraternity (TEP), and at least eight membersof possible cheating on an Accounting 201 exam
Delta Phi Episilon sorority (DPhiE), were last quarter Marmish said..
subpoenaed by the Honor Court, the sources Investigations into at least five other classesare
going to be conducted by the Honor
said.ACCORDING
n to Honor Court Atty. Gen. Court Marmish' said.
Y fat Paul Marmish, many people "who we knoware He refused to identify classes, "because we
'r
h ix s innocent" were called to testify in hopes haven't even contacted the teachers in some
they could offer some information. classes."
Marmish refused, however, to discuss the Subpoenaed witnessess who asked to
list of persons subpoenaed.TEP remain anonymous said they were surprisedto
president Neil Gordon said he was get subpoenaed and several said they had
aware that several members of his fraternitywere no idea why'' they were being called.
by. eric strln subpoenaed by the Honor Court, but ONE STUDENT a member of TEP, said
THE LITTLEST GOALIEphoto said he doubted if they were involved in he first guessed the subpoena concerned his
cheating on the final exam in any course. accounting class when he found out friends of
"The ones I have talked to seem to his in the class also got subpoenaed.
doesn'tlet Chuck is scheduled for a transplant In '
Hall
The"little hustler" Chuck think it's a matter or process' more or less'a "I had no idea at first why the Honor Court
dialysis treatments twice a week at February. The sixth-grader from Merritt case of someone possibly cheating and theyare would want to talk tome, and 1 still'don't
Shands Teaching Hospital stop him from Island enjoys,challenging strangers and being called in because they were in the really .know. I know nothing about. any
doing the things he loves- air-hockey I claims he is "one of the best air-hockey class/' Gordon said. cheating.
pool chess -,anything challenging. A players In the world." GORDON DENIED there' was any
victim of kidney failure, 10-year-old possibility that TEP's might have worked (See "Court" page four)



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Page 2, H pnd.nt Florida Alligator l Friday, January 24*If 75

FEA.. 5 aysenergy



Ford imposesoil planto





import taxWASHINGTON up prices,


WASHINGTON (UPI) .. The Federal
(UPI) Presedent Ford "We have diddled and dawdled long Administration said Thursday its
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grabbed the inititative from the Democratic- enough," he said..I think the American ,' "' "'".' ) studies show that President Ford's energy

controlled Congress Thursday by imposing people want action. We have been on dead .\;4F ; c cI cI program would cost the average American
higher tariffs on imported oil as a first step in center for two years. There's been a lot of talk t tv household an extra $275 to $345 a year.
his economic and energy programs. but no real action." ::\' .;\'' ,.;. 'i.', "''\'"vr"\' .". ''' Almost half the average"increase would
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The President signed a proclamation increasing THE PRESIDENT signed the '.''I.tr:, .:..'. '. come in higher prices for plastics.synthetic
import fees by$3 a barrel by April 1. proclamation in an almost somber atmosphere fabrics metal goods. chemicals and other
This will push up gasoline prices by at least with only three aides and White I items made from petroleum by-products or
three cents a gallon, according to White House reporters present. Ford urged t requiring large amounts of energy for their
House Press Secretary Ron Nessen and Congress to accept his strategy rather than production.FEA .

,Energy Administrator Frank Zarb. insist ,on proposals for gasoline rationing. Cheif Frank Zarb and acting FEA
CONGRESSIONAL Democrats moved ahead Ford said his proclamation was "the first Deputy Administrator while predicting

with legislation to delay the tariff increase. step down the long and difficult road toward, public support of Ford's energy plan, stopped
But Ford Challenged the lawmakers to accept regaining,our energy freedom." short of predicting the Congress would fail in
this and other parts of his energy package ..I the tariff
.I its efforts to stop higher import on
come up with a "comprehensive alternative"he Ford's decision would'put a $1 tax on each ,. oil.
could accept. barrel of imported crude oil in Febrauary $2 FEA
Zausner released two new studies
After signing the proclamation and in March and $3 starting in April and would predicting Ford's program would cost the
with of northeastern drive the of almost petroleum
meeting governors states up price every American household an extra $275 to
concerned about higher prices for petroleum product in addition to gasoline. average
$345 and saying a gasoline rationing
Ford held Democrats, however, per year
products an impromptu news Congressional were
would have much the same inflationary
system
conference outside the White House west already proceeding with moves to hold up the
effect without adding incentives to
wing to explain his action. President's order. '
increase production.
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day /

ALLAN J. GENGLER

/ Editorcapsule Win Editor Simon requests higher debt



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WASHINGTON (UPI) The administration asked The government announced Wednesday it was planning to
GOP senators Congress Thursday to approve a $109 billion increase in the borrow an additional $28 billion before the end of the fiscal

national debt ceiling:'" a 17 per cent hike by June 30, year.
seek CIA probeWASHINGTON 1976 four days before the country celebrates its 200th bir "I cannot overemphasize the dangers that may be createdby
thday.. such mammoth deficits at the federal level nor can I urge

(UPI) -, Displaying a catalogue of Treasury Secretary William E. Simon asked the House upon you more strongly a plea for maximum fiscal discipline
assassination tools two Republican senators Thursday- Ways and Means Committee to increase the present $495 during the life of the 94th Congress," Simon said.
troduced a measure 'to create a House-Senate Committee to billion ceiling to $531 billion through June 30 of this year and

watch, over the CIA, FBI and other intelligencegatheringagencies. to $604 billion through the end of fiscal 1976. ATT rate hike criticized
THE DEBT ceiling was $362 billion on Jan. 1, 1969, and
Sens. Howard Baker of Tennessee and Lowell Weicker of did not pass the $400 billion mark until 1972.
Connecticut members of the old Senate Watergate Committee Committee members expressed shock at the size of the WASHINGTON (UPI) The administration Thursdaysaid
offered a resolution that would create a 14-member proposed increase, and Chairman AI Ullman D-Ore., told a $700 million rate increase sought by American
panel of House and Senate members.It Simon it was unlikely the committee would extend the limit Telephone and Telegraph Co. was inflationary and should be
presumably would implement recommendations that will beyond the end of the current fiscal year. suspended pending a formal investigation by the Federal
be made by a newly created special Senate Committee which "That's a great Bicentennial present we're giving'the Communications Commission.The .
will investigate the CIA and issue a report by Sept.In people of the United States," said ranking committee recommendation from the Council on Wage and Prace
introducing the measure. Weicker displayed a catalog of Republican, Herman Schneebeli Pa. Stability said the giant telephone 'combine "had not
booby-trapped cigarette cases telephone receivers and While supporting the increased debt ceiling Simon adequately justified a rate increase of the magnitude which it
flashlights offered for sale to the U.S. government for use nonetheless warned that hard times await the housing industry is seeking."
abroad and which could be timed to explode in the user's and financially shaky companies if the government The council was created to monitor inflationary trends in
hands. continues to drain loan money from the capital markets. the economy.



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GARY BALANOFF Within a year, the law volumes usually go out of print, team to UF Wednesday but Taylor said, "We are under no
"r Alligator Staff Writer according to Taylor."PUBLISHERS pressure to meet accreditation requirements." even with the
The UF main, library will cut $42,000 from its budget in an are not producing any surplus copies to library cuts.
effort to meet the administration's austerity requests. -" ''::"s:'speak ->of," she said. "Continuations will take the entire Dr. Joseph Julin. dean of the UF law school will meet with
At the same time, the $65,000 budget cut ordered for the budget we have left." Harrer and UF administration officials next week to deter
UF law library is still being discussed between library and The American Bar Association and Association of mine what can be done to solve the problem of the ordered
administration officials. American Law Schools will send an accreditation inspection cut-backs.
TWO CHIEF methods will be used to make the $42,000
budget cut at the main library. ,
"We're not going to bind periodicals," Dr. Robert Bryan, :
UF vice president for academic affairs, said, following a I :'
Thursday afternoon meeting with Dr. Gustave Harrer, UF .
main library director. "',
UF will also cut back on exchanges with foreign libraries in M
an effort to make the required cuts.
The administration had originally requested a $50,000 cut.
"THERE'S NOTHING else we can do," Bryan said, in-
dicating nothing will be done to get the additional $8,000. ryj1
Subscriptions will continue to be bought, according to ;
Bryan. Michael McKann main library acqusitions director, i
explained each year the library is informed of the budget they

will have to work with by the beginning of fall quarter, after ',( .. b
the money is allocated by the Board of Regents.At II' ,

the beginning of this fiscal year, the acquisitions ,; '." .., .
department was informed they had a book budget of !;
,
700000. ?' .
"WE NORMALLY try to spend money as soon as we can," .J' ," ,j1 '1
McKann said. By Thursday, $469,000 had been spent and ,. .1"' .. .., '
the remaining money from the $700,000 was tied up in orders. i : ..
"What I've done is to project how much money we can 0 : :: : !
come up with without getting into some kind of contractual .J -: ;; -.
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difficulty, McKann said. "
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He said there might be some problems cancelling orders, . <. ".,10'. ... '
but said because most'of them are small orders, legal trouble ', ., j. .. .... -...... ..
probably wouldn't result against the library. ,. .. '. ..... ..
TIlE MAIN LIBRARY joined the Center for Research J'J.-' 'ft'I ; .. ..\). '

Libraries in an effort to save some money over a period of ''i 0 11'" "" .... "'"'' '' '1 'I.
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years. However, McKann said not joining the Center's .... M..:..... ..... .. ., "
system, which has a $10,000 entrance fee, would help makeup i J..,, ,'.,. .. -"-.'. """.... ...$" .. .' 4hI I"
U' ,.otJIIII. ... -
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some of the library deficit. ; .. ... .. t

With the Center's permission, UF could delay entrance into f.111 ..." .J,. .. \_. _." ..- ...., ......; .. 'W. ,.
the system until the money situation improves.The S .I ,_ p' :: ,i ,: ;
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Center for Research Libraries is an association which :Jo, <: .... }
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allows member libraries receive inter-library loans within a photo by georg kochantvc |Ir.
shorter time than loans from other sources. With still months loveappears to infinite dimensions the
spring two away, ; in middle of a gray January 'I
"A library book is' very important, but we feel people
in
blooming
have no season on the UF campus, its afternoon.
important, said Victor Yellen, assistant to the vice president
for. academic affairs."EVERYTHING .
gets cut before people get cut," he said,
students
adding library budgets were included. Law center provides

Yellen said he had been misunderstood in a previous '
Alligator story about budget cuts.
He said he,estimated if employes under the Education and with in-legal situationsBy
General budget (all schools at UF except the'J. Hillis Miller training
Health Center and the Institute for Food and Agricultural
Sciences) took a vacation day every month, within five LINDA WISNIEWSKI fO'Jnaation's decision to finance the.center was "a natural
months, it would be possible to save $1 million. Alligator Staff Writer evolution emanating from the executive impoundmentstudy.
HE ADDED THIS was "just an idea," and no one had ."
made recommendations whether to 'accept or reject the idea. UF law students from the Center for Governmental The foundation provided the center with approximately
Yellen also responded to the suggestion that all administrators Responsibility attended a conference in Washington D.C. last $100,000 to finance the executive impoundment study "to
earning over $20,000 be cut back to that figure, spring and met Tom Sussman, chief council of the Ad determine the constiutionality of administrative. action" of
saying "that would have been alright if he had started last ministrative Practice and Procedure Subcommittee. executive impoundments, Macintosh said.
July I," Sussman asked Jon Mills, director of the UF center, to THE CENTER received $170,000 from the foundation this
He said the resulting savings would be far less than an prepare a study of the Freedom of Information Act which had year to finance its research and plans next year to receive
ticipated. recently been vetoed by President Gerald Ford. $200,000. The center also gained state funds totaling $45,000to
"WE THINK we've done everything we can,' Yellen said. THE STUDY turned out by the UF students formed the conduct research on energy consumption in Florida, Mills
"We have left no stone unturned. We've trying to find every basis of a successful recommendation by the subcommittee, said.
dollar. headed by Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., that Ford's veto "TH : ,NEWSLETTER explains the topics 'we're doing
"One problem with the Sunshine Law'is that planning is be overridden, according to Jan Alberghini, a committee staff resarch on and when the research will be available," he said.
done in public," he said. A lot of people are thus unnecessarily assistant. One of the center's students, Kent Fulton, 3LW, worked on
worried by the threat of being laid off their jobs. The Center for Governmental Responsiblity, located in the the Freedome of Information ,Act study.
"Hopefully-we're not going? to lay anybody off." Yellen said. Spessard Holland Law Center, was also contacted by the state Fulton said working 'in the center is a good experience
AT THE UF law library Director Grace W. Taylor said if energy committee to do research, Mills said. because "you get exposure to things you don't normally see by
the present situation continues. "We won't be able to meet Mills appeared before the state energy committee last weekin clerking (internship," and added, "it gives you a good
our current commitments." Tallahassee and presented a paper that analyzed the state's background for cases on a federal level."
f "We are going to make every effort to maintain a current "opportunities and alternatives in dealing with the energy DUKE WOODSON, 3LW worked on the paper the center
,collection" she said. crisis." prepared for the state energy committee. -
The law library has been asked by the UF administration to THE RESEARCH conducted by the center is done by UF Woodson said the energy paper sent to Tallahassee was a
.,: cut their 'present budget by 65000. law students under the direction of Mills and the center's "preliminary report which was basically a legal analysis of
"WE HAVE NO private contributions to the library as staff.. federal and state powers in energy matters."
-. such," Taylor said. "We are not pursuing this source." Approximately 25 students each quarter work at the center, '"The energy committee wanted to know about the legal
The library is hesitating to cancel' their subscriptionsbecause with a turnover of about eight students per quarter, Mills aspects of theer tentative proposals. One of the committee's
I it is often impossible to buy copies after cancellation. said.The proposals is to have appliances labeled according to their
students receive three hours of credit the first quarter energy effectiveness," Woodson said.
they work at the center but they are usually retained three or CENTER
Block renamed SGP headSteve THE concluded the state could adopt voluntary
finish the of the
more quarters to topic paper they are working appliance-labeling standards, he said. '
Block was renamed as Student: Government entertainment on, he said.
chairman Thursday by the SG Executive THE LAW STUDENTS are chosen to work at the center Students are encouraged work for credit the first quarter
they work, but for additional quarters they are paid $3 an
Committee. according to their record in law school Mills explained.The .
hour for 15-hour
center first attracted national attention when it did a work week. -
program and production coordinators were not chosen a
because not enougth students applied for the two positions. .Study of the executive impoundment issue in 1972. Most of the students' research is done "in the law- library,"
Block will continue to oversee all SG entertainment and will ONE, YEAR LATER the Josephine-Macintosh Foun Woodson said.
--'- make recommendations for production and program coordinators dation which funded the impoundment study, decided to The students also write to congressional committee to get
at the next executive committee meeting scheduled finance a permanent research group at UF. the results of hearings that were held on the subject they're.
br Feb. 6. Mike Macintosh, president of the foundation., said the researching" he said.



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. WHAT'S' f IIAPBEMIHG,
'
By STEVE PROCKO horse show Saturday starting at 10 a.m. at the
Alligator Staff Writer football field of Newberry Jr.-Sr. High School.
Admission is 50 cents.
YOGA FOR WOMEN: sponsored by Student ORGANIC GARDENING CO-OP: will meet
Health Services' is for women who want to Saturday at 10:30: a.m. at the garden locatedon
slim down and tone up. The group will do Radio Road between SW 34th St. and
yoga exercises, discuss diet and self attitudes Museum Road. For those interested in joiningfee
which affect appearances. This is a free is $3 for a 10 X 24 foot plot with use of
program. For further information call 392- tools and water hookups. .
1171 or go to room 350 of the Infirmary. MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE: will be
METAMORPHOSIS FLEA MARKET is held Saturday at 9 p.m. in UndergroundSledd GAINESVILLE MALL
being held thru Feb. 7, every day from 10 a.m. B of the Murphree Area. Admission is
to 5 p.m. at 202 SE 1st Ave. For further in- 2546 N.W, 13th Street
free.For
formation call 3778787. further information call 3927466.
IIILLEL SERVICES: will be held today at BRUNCH, DANCE AND NEWSPAPER:
5:15: p.m. followed by dinner at 5:54: p.m. Hillel is holding a brunch Sunday at 11 a.m.,
Price for dinner is $2 for members, $2.25 for Israeli Dancing at 8 p.m. and finally a
non-members. For further information call Chalutz Newspaper meeting at 9 p.m. All at
3723900. the Hillel foundation located at 16 NW 18th
SCIENCE FICTION MEETING: of the THEINFASHION
Student Libertarian Movement will be held St.REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT BRIGADE:
tonight at 8 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, will meet Sunday at 8 p.m. in the J. Wayne
room 150B. For further information call 378- Reitz Union room 35556. For further information STOREI
3434. call 373.5988.ANTIIMPERIALIST. '
INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN COALITION: will
FELLOWSHIP: will hold a Focus meeting. hold a presentation, "The Truth about
Fun and Frolics tonight at 7:30: at 1301 NW Vietnam," Sunday at 2 p.m. in the J. Wayne
i 31st Drive. For further information call 378- Reitz Union, 2nd floor Auditorium. For
0759. further information call 3735988. .
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LITERATURE AND LUNCH: Christian ARTS AND SCIENCES: Student Council will \ .... '
Science College Organization will hold a meet Monday at 4:30: p.m. in Anderson Hall, "';0' ..;,.t"""..!,,.. :T .... \ \,

literature distribution today from 11:45: a.m. room 103. For further information call 392- .,, tt. '. ...; "
to I p.m, A luncheon will be held 2154. *. ''''', \'" .
..,' .... ...". "1... .
simultaneously in room 150G of the J. Wayne WOMAN'S AWARENESS GROUP: A ':I>-," :'a ... > a, : ..... \ i3
Reitz Union. For further information call growth oriented group involving both formal I... ,0 ; : :
373-1850. program and informal discussions will be held .' l;'; \ 'J .
CAREER SERVICES MEETING: The Monday afternoons from l:30,: to 3:3: ; p.m. on "tr'tp: ,
t. )fj ;:
Career Service Employes Federation will meet the third floor of the Infirmary. For further : ,
Saturday at 7:30: p.m. at the Episcopal information call 3921171. \ ,.,' I'
Student Center. For further information call. FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet Monday at ,
377.1458 or 378-5229. 4:45:: p.m., in the onstans_ Theatre. For (
WESTERN HORSE SHOW: Newberry further information call 392.1093 or 392- f't .
Future Farmers of America (FFA) will hold a 2037. :
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about stolen tests or something like that, but "< nS .7Jy ;
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added.A t.\ \
MEMBER OF DPhiE said she was also "'>.>i" y
surprised when she received a subpoena, i
because "I 1 never even took that course (accounting .

She said)." several of her friends from the : .. '"

sorority who were in the accounting class also I .
were subpoenaed, but added she didn't know. .jl'
why the Honor Court would call her.
Marmish confirmed that several personswere
subpoenaed who were not in the classes c c.m :1
involved but were friends of the class photo by eric estrin
members. PAUL MARMISH -

"WE WANT to talk to.as many people as Honor Court Attorney General
possible to try and get some information," he
explained. pedition," Marmish said.
Although several sources charged the He added the Honor Court would know
Honor Court investigation as a "fishing more about which ways the investigation was .
expedition designed to find some scapegoats"and .going after talking to the first 30 students
increase the prestige of the court, Thursday night. .
Marmish said these accusations were false. More than 200 witnesses, including some
"We have eyewitness accounts (of cheating graduate students, might be subpoenaed by
occuring). This thing is not a fishing ex- the Honor Court, Marmish said. photo by rick rosen

. susFrom I The Look of SpringPants

Mautz said that Florida Governor Reubin
page one) Askew requested next year's budget not. and tops in pastel colors have the look of
exceed the 1974-75 budget. spring.
MAUTZ SAID he was uncertain whether' This will force UF to cut faculty positionsby Leslie has chosen our new spring green jeans to
dismissals or salary cuts were legal if they 2.5 per cent. go with her patchwork quilt shirt.
violated contracts. YELLEN SAID UF's general education _
Lerner
Mautz said career service employes with colleges would have to cut 30 faculty Shop Shops today for an Early Bird
less than six month service can be legally laid positions. selection of new tops and bottoms. Several styles
off. Since college deans have predicted 50 in pastel colors available.See .
However, Mautz said, the cost of.unemployment positions ,will be vacant next fall due to you here!
compensation might outweigh normal attrition Yellen said layoffs are not
salary savings. needed. Sh irf -ft.99 Jeans-11.99
Yellen estimated if UF employes agreed to "We'll only till 20 of the 50 vacancies," he
work without pay one day each month for five
months the savings could equal $1 million. said.THE PROPOSED reduction in operating Open Sunday for your shopping Convenienc
THE COMMITTEE recommended the capital would limit book and equipment
Regents give Mautz authorization to write purchases. Yellen said. 1:00 6:00 P.M.T4Th1fl4.P.fldPMIIdOY.JOflUOI9 .
Williams requesting permission to defer "In a recession you have to give up some
salary deficits into next year's budget. consumer goods" he said. rf s easy to be fashionable Just charge it I

Mautz said it is easier to spread the deficit Operating capital savings will go to pay I
over a full year than make mid-year cuts in an UF's rising utility bill. This year UF faces a SI
already committed budget. million utility deficit.



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Downtown

: RAW HONEY i Farmer's' Parking ticket appeal I


Wyrosdick Honey Bees Marketon cuts fine softens blow I


I 80 By DEBBIE IBERT home to Broward Hall from her Fraternity
Citrus Wild Flower lb. : SW 1st. Alligator Staff Writer Row parking place. She decided to ignore
decal restrictions and risk a ticket. She got
South Florida Wild Flower + and
Parking tines can put a painful dent in any two, one for each day.
+ 50C + SW 2nd student's budget, but appealing the ticket FICHERA, a first time offender, appealedand
ih. in your own container usually lowers the fine even if he's guilty. her fine was cut from $10 for both ticketsto
Fresh fruit and
( Gator halfback James Richards, 3JM $1.
+ Downtown + vegetables, plants racked'up eight tickets totaling $60 for "We consider why a student had to park
parking in wrong decal areas and towawayzones illegally, and we look at the past record,"
: Farmer's Market : and shrubs and on campus."I Singer said. "We lean toward reducing fines,
handicrafts.Wed. DON'T think I I'should have to pay when especially for first offenders."
.
+ Archer Saturdays only 495-2883$ they sell more decals than they have spaces" Pleading not guilty requires an appearancein
& .Sat. the football player said in his traffic court along with the police officer, to
appeal.
................. UF's Traffic Court agreed, cut Richards'fine present the case.BECAUSE .
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in half and promised to lower it to $20 if OF severe parking problems on
he shows his receipt for purchasing a decal. campus, Singer said most students are guiltyof
o II I I "Having a reasonable excuse can reduce a the violation. But occasionally, "someonehas
When only the best will fine from 25 to 50 per cent" Chief Justice a special pass the cop didn't see, or the
tYUlb. do... Bruce Singer explained. bill goes to the wrong person."
UNIVERSITY Police Department (UPD) Those who still unhappy with the verdict of
officers wrote 3,658 traffic tickets in the first the traffic court can appeal to the Parkingand
IMPORT two weeks of January. About "95 per cent are Transportation Committee composed of
parking violations mostly for having no nine faculty members and five students.
DIAMOND EVENTWe decal or being in the wrong area," UPD Sgt. Singer warns, however, that the committeeis
I Richard White, said. less lenient than the court and can impose a
THE TRAFFIC court daily receives approximately higher fine than the one appealed.
have just received a 50 appeals from students. Singer
direct import of loose /z estimates that 80 per cent are "acted upon- UF law student
ct. brillant cut diamondsand meaning,they're reduced."
and offer you this op- When UPD slips a ticket on someone's sought for boardThe
portunity, to buy the way windshield, the driver has three days to either
jewelers do. t. pay the fine or appeal to the traffic court. Board of Masters(BOMneeds) a secondor
You select a loose Alternatives are and payingthe third year law student to fill a vacancy on
diamond of the quality full fine,or pleading guilty with an excuse, the board.
and grade that fits or pleading not guilty arid trying to get it The BOM deals with problems that arise
your reduced. concerning the student body constitution and
budget.O. PLEADING guilty with an excuse means are responsible for interpreting the con
turning in a written appeal on'a form from the stitution.
UPD Annex near Jennings Hall. Anyone interested can contact the Honor
One of six associate traffic justices reviews Court, 364 J. Wayne Reitz Union, or call 392-
,.w the circumstances of the ticket, weighs the 1631.
excuse and makes a decision on the fine. The Undergraduate students are also needed to
verdict comes in the mail. help the Honor Court investigate possible
% Ct. Diamonds. Kathi Fichera, 2UC, felt unsafe walking violations in the Honor Code. '

I INSIDE INFfI,.. IATION .

Editor's note Inside Information Is a producing substances are .. house dust,
Grade A-1 for 660.00 weekly feature In the Independent Florida feathers, molds, animal danders, sheep wool,
A-2 for 540.00B1 Alligator, providing readers with pollen (from grasses, weeds, flowers and
for 587.00B2 authoritative information on all aspects of trees), textiles and some foods (especially fish,
for 535.00 personal health and policies of the Student eggs peas and nuts).
B-3 for 485.00 Health Service. Bring your questions to If infections seem to play a role in initiating
Room 305 J.Wayne Reitz Union'or the lobbyof attacks, medical advice should be sought in
AAM the Student. Health Service. For further the early stages of illnesses with cold or flu-
information please contact the Health like symptoms.
.. 2/3 Ct. DiamondsGrade Education Office at the Student Health Emotional factors are often most difficultto
Service .. Room 237. uncover to evaluate, and to control.
Attempts to find creative ways of gratifying
What: happens when you get the flu? dependency needs and engaging in esteem-
A-1 for 865.00 Flu seems to come on suddenly. You producing activities may prove beneficial. An
':" A-2 for 690.00 may,notice chills, fever, headache, backache, attempt to stay calm during an attack can
A-3 for 615.00 muscular pains and lack of appetite. Other sometimes reduce the severity of the symp
common discomfits include a cold, sore toms.
throat, dry cough weakness, pain or burningin Large, highly industrialized urban areas
YOU SAVE 30% .the eyes sensitivity to light, and nausea. tend to be associated with air pollutants
Temperature goes up quickly during the first which can precipitate an attack. If these can
day- usually to 101 or 102. Then it reaches a be avoided, attacks may be less frequent.
PLUS vie vim set the diamond you peak, probably 103. Your temperature then Each asthmatic should keep a diary in
may go down gradually over a few days. Or it which he attempts to describe the en-
choose into a 14K gold solitaire mountingfrom may go down quickly only to rise again on the vironmental, emotional and general health
third day. Fever usually lasts about three factors surrounding each attack. This is often
our wide selection. days. But it may go on for as long as seven the most valuable information in uncoveringthe
I days. As your temperature begins to go down, specific factors most important in his
FREE OF CHARGE you may notice more stuffiness and coughing. particular case.
After that do not be surprised if you feel When is the safest time for any abortion?
..r J overly tired for a week or more. Induced abortion is safest between six and
How do you tell how much sleep you should 12 weeks following the last normal menstrual

get? period. Physicians performing induced
Half No one knows why we need to sleep or what abortions consider seven to 10 weeks as the
Professional Jeweler'for Over aCentury" -
"Your .. .0. .. 'fIN sleep is .. but we do know that it's a natural optimal time from the standpoint of simplicity
: biological rhythm whereby our body processes and ease of the procedure. Most
slow down. Each of us has his or her own complications occur with those abortions
pattern. To determine yours, go to bed and performed after the 13th to 14th week but, in
sleep till you wake up naturally and feel readyto proper hands, these are also rare.
get up this is usually from six to nine What happens to you when you have low
hours. It's important for you'to gauge your blood sugar?
j \ own pattern, for too much sleep i is just as Blood sugar (glucose) is the only fuel which
fatiguing as too little. brain cells and other nerve tissues can use for
What can a person with asthma do to avoidan oxidation into energy. Therefore, with low
asthma attack? levies of blood sugar, one's thinking and
THE GAINESVILLE MAIL If an allergy has been discovered an at orientation becomes clouded. One may
tempt should be made to !avoid the offending develop headaches trembling of the hands,
37A-4431 ftxn* substance., I If this is impossible desensitizingshots excessive perspiring (signs of increased
may be helpful. :Some common allergy) 'nervousness I :: : ). and- eventually r.



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Tree powerThe


truth is finally out. blame it on the trees.
Nader lied, the environmentalists misled us with
false predictions of doomsday. But thanks to some
brave souls from Detroit, the truth is finally)) out. "

Trees and plants are almost as responsible for 4I
certain kinds of air pollution)) as are automobiles,
Chrysler officials told the Enviromental Protection

Agency last week. '
A Chrysler vice president testified that even if
Automobiles were completely abolished, some I t
areas of the country would fail to meet clean air

standards. 1 -) (1 y G j
And not just because of heavy industry. 9 _
Hydrocarbons are given off by everything from

pine trees to crab grass. '0W y yi
Who would have thought it? Why didn't the
historians tell)) us the world was in danger of severe
air pollution)) centuries ago when we had all)) those
trees?

Nonsense? Maybe so, but the testimony was
given, and the reason was a request by the auto
industry to delay by one year the enactment of the
Clean Air Act scheduled to go into effect in 1977.
The act calls)) for much stricter standardsof

emission control then are now required.The This time we need resultsBrand
hearings have suddenly taken on a much
greater significance because of a proposal by
President Ford defere the new standards for five new Congress, same old problems. The 94th
years in return' for a verbal pledge from Detroit to Congress is here-but like the 93rd, 92nd. .it will soon leaveus
with nothing, except-the same old problems. JOHN SDO ME NEC II
improve average gas mileage by 40 per cent by ,
Faith in our Congress, faith in our President, faith in the
1980.A Economy-ha! How can we? The economy is in its worst
verbal pledge? It took five years of legal recession since post World War II. The President takes two L 'GUEST (COLUMNIST
hassels with the industry to come to an agreementon months to reach any decision, no matter how minor or major.
current controls. And to Congress, I dedicate the rest of this column.
TODAY bickers about how much of tax-break
,
Congress a
The folks also said it would their
Chrysler cost
to give the American public. This should be an easy decision, a much needed mass-transit system. Not just a hokey bus line,
customers about $6 billion extra if their 1977- as it will surely win votes. But my major area of concern is but a really effective system where each person will only haveto
model cars have to conform to the tough new when a crucial decision arises. What do the big shots do whenan walk a maximum of two blocks either way to catch a ride.
standards.But important bill comes up before the House and Senate? WITH A dash of gumption on the part of Washington, I
they failed to mention a few other facts. Naturally, it will cause some headaches during the next fail to see why this can't be accomplished. This mass-transit
Like the results of a study by the National election or reelection, so the bill is kindly saved for "later." system will drastically reduce car sales and oil consumption. a
The dudes in Washington are now wondering if they should But while the transition from automobile to mass transit is i
Academy of Sciences last year indicating amend a recent bill overpowering Ford's right to charge an taking place, the Big Three can change also, thus keeping our
automobile emissions accounted for about 4,000 import tax on oil. workers employed. (Now a quick thinking person may assert 'j
deaths annually)) and four million worker absence The quest\"n now is, what will be done with the three- that the Big Three can make more coins off of car sales than .)
days a year. dollars gained per barrel of oiL No doubt, it will either go into they would from selling a bus,or the like. Yes, this is true, but:
buying a new jet fighter bomber or to build a superhighway so they have no choice. Our supply of oil is limited. If nothing is >
The study also pointed out that from $500 we can drive our cars around. Sounds crazy; no? done, a few years from now there will be rationing, so again]
million to $3 billion could be saved by preventing The car manufacturers and the economy have recently laid car sales will be down. And, as before, more workers will be,]
adverse health effects from auto emissions. off over 300,000 American workers. Again, what is Congress walking the streets.)
Combined with reductions in damages to doing? A tax-break is their answer.Dammit, we don't want a Again, the supply of resources enters the picture. This ne
tax.break-we want a job! mass transit system will definitely need a source of fuel to ca
materials and plant life the study estimates a
'WITH ABOUT a third of a million people out of work now, its passengers to and fro. This leads precisely into my second!
possible saving of between 2.5 billion and 10 just think how many will be unemployed in 10 or 15 years. solution. The money gained from the tax import can be used j
billion a year with cleaner air. Soon,(believe it or not) our precious supply of oil will become to investigate, find and develop a new source of energy. And I >
Ford's proposal is part of his energy-saving depleted. This documentd fact plus the present trend of don't mean electricity! I cannot guess which resource we will ",
package designed to help make the nation independent increasing automobile prices, will yield about 750,000 more draw upon next. But I can say that our need for a new energy :,
in terms of fuel production. Relaxationof unemployed workers. But yet, everyone in Washington sits; source is common knowledge.
waiting and watching. OH INDEED, it will be a monumental task convincingFord
the standards would improve average gas Okay, enough criticism'for the time being. I will now introduce GM and Chrysler that their days of reaping huge profitsare
mileage by about 40 percent, we are told. some solutions to these problems. An extra three over. They can still make money, but the profits will not
So far Congress has been silent on the subject of dollars for a barrel of oil is a lot of money for the government.The be as high. But with millions of dollars in net income involved,
relaxing air standards. We hope they speak up on question of what to do.with this revenue must have en- I can see no reason for closing up shop and sending American
it soon. Surely there are other means of energy tered someone's mind. Why not take this money and develop people to the welfare rolls.R.A."Tony"Kendzlor .

conservation and new energy sources to be tap
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ped.One .
area that President Ford seems to be
overlooking is federal assistance in expandingmass The Independent, .Editor-In-chlef David Smlth! Managing TeniWood Editor
transit throughout the U.S. which would not
only reduce fuel consumption, and emissions but Florida Alligator
bolster the economy as well.))
One final word on that verbal agreement from all 'Qml'l.icaK David Klein Debl Fumiss Brian Jones
Detroit. The National Observer reported last week a 2 N.ws Editor Layout Editor Layout Editor

that new catalytic converters now on most 1975
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cars are really)) working. They seem to be cutting James V.Cook .. ,... .. .... ... ... .. ..... .. ..... ........Assistant General ManagerMrs. by I.
down on carbon-monoxide and hydrocarbon Evelyn Best .:.. ., .... .... ........ ..'..:;....... .......Administrative Assistant Campus Communications Ino.
pollution)) and even seem to be improving Anne Malphun ..?.... .......'......... ..... ...... .....,... ...... ... .'0'Bookkeeper
gas C. Roy Shipp .'.. ,. ..., .. .. ....:..': ..'..... .. .... ...... ..... .... ..Business Manager P.O. Box 13266 University
mileage. -4 *y ... Tom MacNcamaro .,........ ..'., ..... .... ...:. ..... ..... ......... ... ..AccountantRay Station Gainesville. Florida with
Of course there is still one problem% =. the* new McG e Jr. ..Jfof". ......,...t'...:.. ....:..:..'i. ...... ... ..Advertising Manager offices behind the College Inn.
converters also sulfuric acid Donna Lubrano........ ..... .. ........ .. ... .. .... ............Advertising Coordinator 1728 W.st University Avenue.
are producing enough key Harp.r ..,..., ,..... ... .. ............ ............Special Sections Coordinator ,Business Office phone: 3764446.
to begin to bother people with respiratory diseases Lynda Homier..... f.. ... ,,. .., ..... .... .... ... ..... .Advertising Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4458
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be better but. I
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"A leader is best when he is neither seen nor heard." IN ADDITION to the new decorations in Tallahassee, II Total women I
Lao-tzu, 6th President
centure.Dr.
Barron has approved a $600,000 budget to installan
Robert Q. Marston; Aug. 1, 1974 ultra-modern communications system with television EDITOR: Far be it. Mrs. familiar?) She had no
monitors at every desk, for his Senate,colleagues. Not that the Killingsworth. for me to sense of worth or value
True to his words, Robert Marston has chosen not to causea system wouldn't be useful. It would produce bill history information set myself up as an experton except that reflected by
stir gr ripple the waters of the State University System's and scraps of data that would normally cost time in marital counseling, (I'll him.I .
(SUS) currently stagnant pond. finding. It would also, be the most sophisticated network of leave that to you), but I SERIOUSLY questionif
NOT THAT I expected a whirlpool, or even moderate communications in'any state legislature or the Congress. could not read Leslie there can be any such
swells from our new president, but faced with the fact that Useful but frivolous. Golay's article on the thing as love without
Gov. Askew and his cabinet have ordered a $63 million cut in And while we are on the subject of excess in the legislature "Total Woman" without respect. One's sense of
spending for all Florida schools some kind of reaction is in perhaps Barron should take lessons from Dr. Marston on how feeling a strong visceral worth and one's happiness
order. response: should never be based on
Alas, it won't be coming from Dr. Marston. At least not I WAS the "Total someone else. Each
loud enough to be heard in Tallahassee, where a task force of I BOB MORRIS Woman", as you 'describeher woman has to have her
UF administrators learned Wednesday that they are faced for 10 years, after own sense of worth inside
with the prospect of more cutbacks and asking personnel to L STAFF WRITINGS which time I got exactly herself and create her own
volunteer for extra workdays without pay. what I deserved, .. he left happiness, or it isn't any
And, for those of you who haven't been paying attention me for a young woman good; (or what happens
lately, Tallahassee is also the place where legislators the like to throw a cheap party. For his inauguration, which was only who tells him when .he when the someone else
of Senate President Dempsey Barron have been calling for the seventh such occasion in the history of UF Marston took should do the dishes, or leaves?)
what amounts to the blood of the SUS. the right step by cutting the festivities to the barest necessities take out trash, or when he Also, the way you
YES, FORGET the fact that you have been sitting in the from an original budget of$19,000 down to about $3,000. mayor may not take a recommend that wives
aisles of overcrowded classrooms or requested books from a That's not much for a two-day celebration that came com nap. Oh yes, he was a treat their husbands
library that can't afford to buy new fines, or, if you happen to plete with a concert and cocktails for student, state and demi-god on a pedestal tome makes them come off
be a graduate assistant, tried to get a contract that says you'll university leaders. Why, only the week before, Banon needed and'I bent myself sounding like immature,
have a job through June. Forget all that, because Barron and $1,000 just for a one-night bash, for no apparent purpose, every which way like a pitifully weak spoiled
certain of his cronies are intent on making the educational that was attended by only legislators and their wives. And, pretzel to please him so he babies who must be
situation even grimmer.It's yes, that $1,000 did come out of the state kitty. would love me more. catered and condescendedto
like Bo Didley said: "Things should be better, but they On, the bright side though, it should be pointed out that There's only one large .. a discription I would
gonna get worse." Barron failed to convince Speaker Don Tucker of the need fora flaw in your reasoning, find outrageously offensive
At his inauguration last Friday, Dr. Marston would have fancy communications system; complete with new desks, in Mrs. Killingsworth, -- that and' insulting were I a
done well to take his cue from Gerry Ford. At least President the House. Maybe Tucker didn't like the idea of teak desks being, that selfless mature, selfrespectingmale.
Winkin', Blinkin' and Nod sees it like it is. Namely "The state for the House while the Senate received customed made ebony worshiping, "TotalWomen" .
of the union (university) is not good." models. After considering the usefulness of the equipment Jan Doormatsare SURELY we've come a
Perhaps Dr. Marston takes for granted that we all realize Tucker said, "It's not a bad idea, but my initial reaction is never respected by longer way than this in the
things are not as they should be and sees no sense in beatingan that the cost doesn't justify the convenience." those for whom they understanding of both
over-inflated horse to death. GOOD FOR Mr. Tucker, but not quite good enough. That sacrifice so much. Ever sexes as human beings.
OR MAYBE, he thinks that as a freshmen member of still leaves almost $4 million that will be used to make the read "The Story Of O"? Isn't about time the old'"roleplaying"
legislature just bit cushier. (you should). It's an games
Florida's educational hierarchy it is a bit presumptious for a more
him tp start shaking things up so early in his presidency. Now, to put all this in perspective we are told that the SUS's exaggeration (to extremes, ended with a hasty demise,
share of the overall cutback will amount to admittedly), of the "TotalWoman" including the archetypical
But let's take a look at what the legislature plans to do witha approximately
bit of the money trimmed off the "fat" of the SUS and see $8.5 million which will mean that UF must chop off about concept. 0" adoring, long'-suffering,
why Marston should be raising hell. 3.3 per cent of it's 1974.75 budget. subjugated her total self.effacing "TotalWoman"
personality to her lover'swishes and the (easily
Last year our friends in Tallahassee appropriated $3 That should buy plenty of carpets and desks. But what the
to please him, so bored) spoiled baby
million to furnish the House and Senate chambers of the new cutback should ideally do is cause Dr. Marston to come down
he would love her, husband?
capital. That's right. $3 million to help buy plush carpetingand hard on, the kind of legislative chicanery exemplified by believing that therein l lay May the crash resoundl"Quicksilver" !
$600 leather chairs. Barron.
upholstered,
her1 true happiness. (Sound
Granted the new capital needs to be furnished somehow, But what did the new president' of the,state's ''"Flagship
but after so much legislative jawboning about "austerity" one University" have to say about it last Friday? II The total black'EDITOR II |
would think they might take heed of their own words and "Quite frankly, here in Florida we have not seen the kind of
look for cheaper seats and a durable low cost carpet. Or, if statewide commitment to excellence that one has seen over : Want to make ficient in the things you
insist the could follow the the for universities in other states."
they on new drapings perhaps they years some whitey happy? Answer his do.
example set here at UF save some bucks by shutting off And quite frankly Dr. Marston, that's just not strong every whim "yes master, Blacks must accept,
heating and air conditioning at noon. enough. no master.-" That is the admire, appreciate and
advice of the instructor of adapt themselves to
( the Total Black Inc., whitey's way of life.
I 'Red is inaccurateEditor 11
tape jungle' course, currently being In answer to a question
taught. The course, concerning black
: In reply to the statutes and regulations.As deal more time trying to Neither my ramblings nor subtitled, "How to Get liberation, say, "I feel
Alligator! staff writings of Bob notes, the size of anticipate student needs than Bob Gordon's will help pay White to Adore You," was blacks are equal but I
January IS, entitled "UF and the University alone causes the students and Alligatorstaff the rent but, hopefully, designed for blacks who believe in letting the whitebe
the Red Tape Jungle", we many problems. What I don't writers spend trying to exchanges such, as ours will want to make whitey the leader. I'll stand
submit that Bob Gordon, in buy is his conclusion that thisis understand the difficulty and promote some degree of happy. The soft spoken beside him no matter
spite of a well documentedcase caused by some sort of mass complexity of managing an universal appreciation for speaker assured the group" what"
may also have "blownit" "bureaucratic in organization of this size. each other's problems. Aside they would "be the Substitute' woman for
as far as his conclusions competence". On this point As far as individual from that, only a true attitudeof happiest blacks in black and husband for
regarding the Administrationare Mr. Gordon is either uninformed students themselves are concerned cooperation will Gainesville" by the time whitey, and you have
concerned or sadly naive.I concerned, a great deal of help ease the pain of the course ends. The basic several excerpts from the
MR. GORDON'S article, CAN personally introduceyou trauma and hassle could be registration for administrators ground rules: Alligator article, Wed
while self-condtradictory, to dozens of administrators avoided if they would only and students Be available to whitey at nesday, January 22, 1975.
does address some real and ( who are as readreally( read) the informational alike. all times even if you are a
valid problems: perhaps the qualified as any in their field; materials whichare Joseph p' Hough working black. Suzanne Stefanac UF
most basic and elusive of the tragedy is that there are available. By far, a solid University Controller Think of yourself as a employe ,
these is how to accommodatethe far too few of them and they majority of questions add Michael R. Harris .super black and be ef Norma Johnson, 2UCThings'should
individual needs of 28,000 are often significantly ressed to Student Accounts Associate Controller
students with limited staffingand overburdened. This isn't to personnel are answered by
dwindling funds. To say that there aren't any materials already in the )WzW --ENJfIy l tLN
paraphrase Abe Lincoln incompetent and its administrators students' possession. In
"you can't do right by all of are not insensitive addition, the "University \\m J Ja MOST \E
the people all of the time". to the needs of the Digest" reports registration, AJEIWCfffEmpBTi<< l I 4\I I
Obviously, as Bob hints, thereis student body. scholarship, and loan information JI!
no single or simple solutionto By and large I would at relevant times- !
the administrative dilemmaof venture to say that the administrators during each quarter. 1)) Rl4.ofE -
registration. The great spend a good ENOUGH OF lectures. r
fallacy, or oversight which he
and many others share, is thatno The Independent
one in the Administrationcares.
Florida AlligatorDoug
The fact is. an incredible
number ,of people are, extremely Dial Ron CunninghamEnt.rtainm.nt .
concerned 'as,,.fo| the, : Editor Associate Editor ,D
impact of 'administrative
policies on students Their George Kochanitc Jr.
decisions don't always suit Photo Editor!
everyone, but then, there is Kwrnon
Midi
usually very little leeway givento Greg Form Asst. News Editor
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important information to students, faculty!, staff QztO
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Look about your office,your laboratory,your dormitory, the classroom you occupy to
see if you feel some light bulb or other energy consuming device could be eliminated.Then .
( What You report that idea to your department chairman or immediate supervisor and he or
she, in turn, will report the ideas they have received to the physical plant division,
telephone 392-1143.

CahDo .Make sure every telephone instrument is absolutely needed. Each one costs. And it
costs the department in which it's installed. Notifying the plant division through your
department chairman to remove a telephone is one way of saving some of that

badly-needed Operating Expense money.
To Help
Develop a habit of turning out lights every time they're not in use. Calvin Greene,
director of the physical plant division,said this applies to all types of lighting, including
flourescent.He said it is no longer more economical to leave flourescent lights burning
Save than to continually turn them off and on. In short, Cal Greene says that "thrifty" man in
the commerical knows exactly what he's doing when he switches off his desk light every
time he goes to the Xerox machine.


Utility o Speaking of Xerox machines,Greene says that hundreds; of dollars, could be saved if'
scheduled hours of operation were established for each machine on campus. He admits it
is not only time-consuming, but also costly,to warm up a Xerox machine every time it's
Costs used,but if it's turned on only once during a day for an hour or two,then shut down for the
". rest of the day, considerable savings will result. Intensive use of a machine during its
x scheduled time is much less costly than leaving the machine on for intermittent use.
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I .S areas is used only when necessary and not left in power consuming conditions when not
in use. -
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.Don't occupy rooms that demand lighting unless absolutely necessary. Greene said
; that it is common on campus to see one or two persons occupying a classroom or work
space with all the lights burning while next door the same thing is happening.
CONSOLIDATE. You might even find it cosier.

.
O Make sure every electric hot plate,every hot water heater, every water cooler, every
l' other type of gadget with a line plugged into the wall is absolutely necessary. And, if it is,
''1.// off when in
. turn it not use.
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safety and security.In fact,adequate exterior lighting was considered so essential by
students two years ago that Student Government gave the University $35,000 to install
more lighting. Greene said that it is impossible to turn off alternate exterior lights
because the circuitry does not permit it.
However,Greene said that it might be possible some exterior lighting is not needed. He
urges students to report places; where they think exterior lighting can be eliminated to
the Office of Student Serivces, telephone 392-1261. That office will then pass along
suggestions to the physical plant division.


O Greene said that athletic field lighting is controlled by time clocks and that he does
not have enough work force to constantly check the fields to extinguish lights when
I II I I they're not in use. He urges students who feel certain athletic field lighting could be
I I I II curtailed by different hours of operation,should notify the Intramurals Office, 392-0581.






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fBOR Statement on Collective BargainingThe u.---'I'


( following statement on collective the appropriate
bargaining was adopted by the Board of faculty members bargaining unit for Regents has resolved that all of the facts gaining, is not in the best interestsof
Regents at its meeting in St. Petersburg resolved by utilizing can most equitably be concerning collective bargaining shouldbe faculties and administrative and
the
January 13.) dures adopted by PERC.hearing proce- presented to eligible faculty membersso professional personnel on the campusesof
The Board of Regents has received Regents has so advised The Board of that, when an election is held within the State University System. The
those
requests from various groups claiming to requests and has urged that the making the appropriate unit, faculty memberswill traditional collegial system of gover-
represent certain members of the facultyfor of the newly procedures be fully informed and can make a nance and shared authority which has
created Commission
recognition under the new labor law be used to settle free and unfettered choice which in- produced the outstanding universities of
differences
any between
and the Rules and Regulations adoptedby 1 cludes the right to engage in collective this state and nation is inconsistent with
the Public Employees Relations differences which texisti including between.the the bargaining and also the right not to Joinan and indeed the direct opposite of the

Commission (PERC). The requests dif- various employee groups. employee group and not to engage in adversary process inherent in collective
but collective bargaining.After bargaining, particularly. as it be
fer in many respects primarily The policy statement in the may
the of the Statute is due consideration and weighingthe applied to faculty members and other
concern question appropriate clear: "It is the intent of the
legislature who
merits of the arguments of those
unit for professional.employees.
bargaining university faculty that
nothing herein shall
be
construed to have espoused the cause for and againstthe
members and other professional em- either During the period when the question as
encourage or
ployees. We believe that the question of of public discourage" organization adoption of collective bargaining, we to the composition of the appropriate
employees.
The Board of have concluded that collective bar- bargaining unit is being settled and

within the restraints Imposed by law on

employers as well as unions, spokesmenfor
Degree Filing Leading English Literature the Board of Regents will present as

objectively as possible the views of the

Deadline TodayStudents Scholar Speaks Here MondayDr. Regents. During the meantime, we urge
that the faculties which have done so
'much to foster a collegial spirit in the
who wish to receive any typeof Maynard Mack, Sterling Professorof NAR
of institutions
degree at the end of Winter Quarter, English and director of the National .governance system our
consider our view point and the viewpointof
must file an application with the Regis- Institute for the Humanities at Yale
the other
faculty members who
trar's Office, Room 33 Tigert, by 4 pin. University, will lecture on "The Shape of are concerned many about the potential impact "-'
today. the Author in his Works, or the Crazy
of collective
the univer-
bargaining
on
Case of Mr. Pooe" at 8:15: DJn. Mondav
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium.This sity.To
is the third free lecture in the rJo. that end we urge everyone to
Grad Student DeadlinesToday continue to support and work to improveour
"Mobilization of Mind and Matter forTomorrow's
efforts in from
joint governance-free
World" series presented by
at 4 p.m. is the deadline for the Graduate School with a grant from the confrontation and acrimony which
students expecting a master's degree at the University's Alumni Association. may accompany collective bargaining.

the end of Winter quarter to file an Graduate School Dean Harry H. Sisler

application for candidacy In Room 288, says that the participation in the series of Who Am I GroupIs
Grinter Hall. such distinguished scholars as Dr.Mack,
Today is also the last day to file "probably the outstanding scholar in Being FormedThe
application with the Graduate School to "
English literature in the United States,
take reading knowledge examinations in exemplifies the Graduate School's em- Student Mental Health office plansto

French, German and Spanish on Febru- phasis on "the most advanced and very start an "Identity Group" the first
ary 1. latest in scholarship and research." week in February.To .
Tuesday is the last day for the Dr. Mack said that his lecture investi- DR.MAYNARD MACK answer such questions as "Who amI

Educational Testing Service, Princeton, gates "some interesting relationships Yale Romanticist ? What am I? and Where am I going?"
N.J., 08540, to receive the registrationform between the work and the man, with '0- -'the:'group's meeting times will be set
and payment for the February 22 particular reference to the psychological social or psychological effects, of Many :"according to the schedule of those''
GRE Exam at the current rate. Fees impact of Pope's pigmy stature and stigma-whether physical or racial-I interested in taking the course. The
increase $4 after Jan. 28 and up to the deformity. Since the lecture deals consi- think a lay audience might find some group will meet once a week till the end

closing date, of February 4. derably with what we now know to be the entertainment in it." of winter quarter.Arrangements '
to Join the group shouldbe

Sports Banner Contest PlannedFor made with Steve Heymen or Kathi
-Guitar, Flute Set Renshaw in Room 350, Infirmary, 392-

For This WeekendMusic Basketball Appreciation DayHave 1171.


professor Charles DeLaney you ever had the hankering to dual winners.
from the University of Illinois will make and display a sports banner like The Appreciation Day will begin with a
demonstrate with authentic musical those you see on TV sports broadcasts? hot dog feast at 11:30: a.m. in Florida
instruments from each period of musiche Here's a chance to do so and perhaps to Gym (cost: $1 plus a game ticket),
discusses when he presents "The win a plaque for your effort. pre-game entertainment by Florida
History of the Flute in Performance from It's part of the first annual Gator Players at 1:30.: Tickets for the game will "

the Renaissance to the Present" Satur- Basketball Appreciation Day proclaimedby be on sale Jan. 30-31, Gate 15, the
day at 7:30: p.m. in'Room 101 of the Music President Robert Marston for the Stadium, or at the Gym box office Law 'Center'Sunday
,
Building. Florida-Vanderbilt game Feb. 1. beginning at 11 a.m. the day of the game.

Admission is $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for The banners, which must be long To enter a banner, call Bill at 3922811or At 12:30
students and $1 for members of the enough that they have to be displayed by 377-7583 before Feb. 1.

Florida Flute Club, which is sponsoring two people, will be paraded at half-time On Channel 20Dr.
his appearance. of the game, which begins at 2 p.m. The
banners must contain what Student Financial Aid Info
Jon Millswho directs the Center
Guitarist Michael Lorimer performs at Basketball Boosters sponsors" call an Governmental Responsibility at the
8:15: p.m. Sunday in the Reitz Union "appropriate spirited slogan. There will Available to All University of Florida College of Law,
for and.indivi-
Ballroom as part of the University be plaques organization tells what his organization is doing to

Performing Arts Series. University stu- Student Financial Affairs is continuingits maintain responsible government on the
dents are admitted free and need not financial aid information sessions for TV program, "UNISCOPE," on Channel

make advance arrangements. Non-stu- DeadlineIs students in dorm areas next week, 10- 20, WCJB, at 12:30: p.m. Sunday.
dents may call 392-1657 to make unpaid Fees acquaint students with forms of financialaid During the show, Rolf Groseth, Coor-
reservations,whicli will be held until 7:45: eligibility requirements and dead- dinator of the University's Office of,
p.m. Their tickets cost $2. Monday lines. Veterans' Affairs, explains the educational -,
Sessions will be held Monday, at 7 p.m. benefits available to veterans
in Beaty Towers lobby and Wednesday at under the new G. I. Bill.

Summer Monday is the last day students 7 p.m. in the recreation room of Weaver Ray Rebello of Hialeah describes how,
Conference may pay fees without being assessed a Hall. he,out of 1300 students receiving degreesat

Space Is AvailableThe $25 late fee. (This includes fees for Fall Commencement, came to be
courses added during the drop-add named Outstanding Male Leader. And

Division of Housing has announced period). filla'SOO the "UNISCOPE" crew visits a student
that air conditioned residence hall space Monday is also the. last day that craft fair to film a remarkable Appala-
will be Available for conferences and students may make arrangements for chian toy which dances to music.

short courses this summer. Winter Quarter fee deferements. TunIversIt IY y yFocus "UNISCOPE" is produced at, the
A full range of services is provided. Questions regarding fee paymentsor University of Florida and is aired by TV
Accommodations are available as l low as deferments should be directed to ,n In Resources on Solution lot Tomorrow stations around the state to let people

$20 per week. For further' Information, Student Accounts, first floor of the University of Florida, Gainesville know what is happening at the Univer., ,
contact Joseph Ball at 392-2172. HUB. sity.

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Call todayll!! location Pets allowed no lease. mo. + '/ utilities' near mall central air, WALKING
United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. Better hurry ((11712)) pool, tennis' sauna urgent (c-
r 113 NE 16th Ave. 377.6992 (b-fr-55-c)) Open 7 days 377-6992 5t64p) !
1 ion- 2 roommates wonted 116.50 or $78 2 bdr Apt.Walk to campus Some util./ 1 male roomate to share bdrm In 2 bdrm Ri
l mo utilities bedroom 2 both furn opt paId. Extra sharpe in Ideal NW location. townhouse Oak Forest 73.33 mo ... 1-3 !
Country I gardens great location call 378- No lease carpets,drapes, fully equipped utilities |Ian rent free call Walter or Tom \
1761 (B-5T-63-P) kitchen ((1206)) 373.9342 (c.5t.64.p) IE
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THICK Shag etc VIZCAYA $90 + 'I.* collage Fully furnished with heat, oak forest apt comfortable bike to UF
utilities 377.11.. or 373.2453 Barry carpet, drapes, fenced Pets OKII $86 mo call chuck or bill 373-1617 (c-5t-
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rings, old jewelry, etc confidential, col, room in 4 bedrm, $80.00 moth' + ''a warning potential in addresSIng envelopes condition, Inside S out. Must tell. Call and women meet thurvfays at 7 pm'. 107
NOW PLAYING Onus' 373.3894 (c.50.53.c) ,utilities$75.00 deposi't..Vdlage, Apts. Coll at home. Companies pay top 373.81.79 or 378.0282. (G.5T-65) NW 15 ten Info call tom at 372 1881. \
liberal female Roommate Wanted to after 4pm. 378.2802 (C.5T.67.P) money for that "personal"! touch for 71\ VW Van tape deck. A.C Heal' 373 Jean or Dove at 392-1575_(|JOt-59 p)
BOBBY RAY 8 COOLEY share luxurious opt 2 bedroom all .mature female roommate wanted to further information regarding opportunities 7655 Alter 500 (G-4T.65.P) gotor parking now open on SW 13th!Si A
furnished $150 a month Inquire after 5 shore bedroom furnished opt spring with, these companies, send 1972. Ford (Pinto, excellent cond, auto 1st Ave. pork close to bryont, llgert,
r--------, p.m. at the Village Susan 2002 (C.10T- quarter $115 plus 'Vi utilities, vizcaya! $2 to Phoenix Advertising, P.o. Cox trans good tires excellent pas milloge noimon, A little.halls I hourly, dally A
lONE FREE DRINK I II II 6L( ) opts call lori at 378.5795 (C.5T-67.P) 11707, Atlanta Ga. 30305. (E.5T-63-P) $1350 toll 378-3089 (G.5T.65-P) monthly rates (11 I I2t'56-pll)

I WITH THIS I II liberal female roommate. wonted own male roomate wonted fully furnished 1968 mustang; fair condition. 302 engine: COED facial hair removed permanently
bedroom 2 blocks from campus$77.50 a apt at country manor, $67.50 ma.x listeners Wanted: Must be native $700 negotiable.see jlm or vl between 6& 8prn Call Edmund Dwyer
I COUPON I II month, !h utilities, call 373.9396 no pets til. $5000dep. call 377.8066 anytime English, spooking + mutt hove normal any weekday. 1201 N W. 39th Ave (g- electrologisl, over 20 years experience
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I I for now or spring SG5T-65-PL( ) (C-5T 67 P) hearing. Please call Arlene 392-2049 St64p) Call 3728039 (JFR61)
L.J 2 female roommates to share room In 2 between 1 1pm. 8 4 p.m Man thru Fri.
Need.two. emoleroommateseasygoing bdrm french qtr apt $50 mox util We will pay $2 per hour (E-10T43-C) '68 chevy van new tires and shocks 307 ONE.YEAR.OlD (mostly) LAB needs
responsible 1512 NW 2nd st 378- each move in feb 1 377.7833 Cindy or, v.83 speed stand excellent condo many home. Very affectionate and intelligent
3500 SW 13th St. 2252"''a mo old part.terrier pup needs a helen (C-4T-67) could handle extras see to appreciate call Eli 377.7012 Call lorry or Howie 377.8087.. 315) nw
good home Poscoe (C.5T.65.P) you an impossible job? (G-5T.63 14th Dr /IJSRS4NC1) .
ROOMMATE for own room in spacious 3 applications are currently being accepted PIPERSONAL --
Female Poommole wanted $60 + '4 BR at Kings Creek FEMALE $88 and 1.3 for fall, 1975 resident, assistant Wedding invitationi" $11).*0 per 100,
STREIT'SSCHWINNCYOERY utilities call Andrea or Sher 378.2077 positions, with the division of housing business cords $9.95, rubber stomps,
utilities' Gatorwood Apts.. Call. .P Debbie (C.3T-67.P) apply before feb. I, 1975 at one of Living with your boyfriend and need o magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hall I
alter 3 3777914 (C 5T 65 ) .
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2'women to .experience a farm In C.A. bachelors apartment twice monthly.
1614 N.W.13th ST. free lodging for help with chores. $300 Must hove own transportation Call 392- Attractive ladies for nude modelling.
round trip by air if interested call 463- 0656 between 9 and 5. (C 2T.67.P) Model release required Call Bob FEATURING I
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1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th Si) Mon thru 75 We ddnt t forget daluck and dragging, squeaking, vibrating, only
CABLE TV Sot even, 7 to 9. hopp ness love Ruth Joan Merl Kathy, 1 blk behind Gator v / ;. tttjf sXvSv v/
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blk east of 13th St Won.Wed-Frl eve. a single family, that family will advance finest professional Instruction & the ./ X.
TV Channels A weatner 378.7131 (J5T60PJ) become Illumined and spiritual." best boarding, facilities its beautiful 373 Classifieds
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TV Channels appreciation day individual and "The Eyeglass Super Mart"UNIVERSITY i County
band
on the FM OPTICIANS
Mations organization invited to enter banner lost female dog
near campus white 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
UNIVERSITY CITY competition prizes awarded deadline paws and white, underthroat dork brown Generator Service
TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC. Ian 27 for further info call bill ol 392 Inlured| hind foot light. brown collar call (M5053C)) are ,
8211 or 372 1610 ((1.5t| .64.pi dianne 392.0466 or 3770436 (I.2t.66.p) Alternators-Starters-
HYPNOSIS
522 N. MAIN ST. HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
Poncho, Bookpocks, Tack w.frame*, lost $100 REWARD Male golden retriever AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL available
Trail Shoes, White Stag Speedo Bathing, puppy 3 rno golden w red collar lost NE ABILITY.STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS -Generators-
SUM Join Univ Hiking Club Allen Bih St 8 3rd Ave Jan 20 Please call 373- 373-3059 Donald G. Pratt Certified at the Campus Shop
Aquatic' & Trail Center 3448 W Unv. 9272 student ((1.5t-66.p I ) AAEH, FAPH (m.21t.48.p) I, Foreign CarService
373.9233 (J.FP.65.
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Theatre Liners PEUNION for E H 329 gang campus on I 12175. Call Roger to JUbS IN ALASKA handbook how to
work and live Latest
in Alaska
Saturday 7 pro ot 1231 SW 3rd ave No Identify 376-1659 (I.3t-66.nc) pipeline
and Mo>'ic Buffs 125 brlnll a poeml jed 378.8252 (J.3T. LOST Bonlony notebook last seen Rm 214 Vt mformct 05055 on. $3.00.1ST-63P JIA, Box 7,.Norwich, the Ph. 378-4011

Unite! 65-P) AFA Bid IMPORTANT call 378-1738 if ( ) 508 N.W. 8th Ave.
,mortar board application now found (I.2t-66.p) MeDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION PRACTICE jewelry counter
Join the available for junior college transfers. PEWAPDI TEST. Nationwide test to prepare for
offered for white
(tumor women with 3.0'! pick up your at a faced actual MCAT. Test analyzed, score and
Seasonof silver watch lost in or around the
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UNIV aud area frday nite If found
floor or tigert info desk (J-5T.63.C)
The AmericanFilm please coil 3"8.9901 (jl_3T.65 P)__
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SAVE MONEY ON VITAMINS Radiance EUROPE--.ISRAEl--AFRICA. SUNFLOWER
Theatre.The chewable 125 mg 250 tabs for $2.99 at Found: Small brown S white puppy near Travel discounts, year-round. Student Air
long as supply lasts. Other sale items corner of N.w !12h, St & univ ave. Call Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd.
Rosehip 500 mg, 1000 mg CB Complex, 3781112 (L5T67P) Atlanta Ga. 30342, 252-3433 (M.14T60P HEALTH FOODS

Multi'vitamin at MOTHER EAPTH 604 Found: Pair of glasses' with victory on ) Hoffman & Welder
.eI [ NW 13th St 378.5224 (|4t64p) the ,inside. found at lei Hall. Come by HORSES BOARDED: little prairie ranch r

et loren Is a dealer (j-5t| .66.p) 242 Lei Hall ((15T67NC) Informal, friendly, all facilities. 5 ml Hi Pro Products
from uf stalls-$75., pasture.$30. 376- -
TENNIS SHOE SALE AT RAPP'S RACQUET lost: gold watch no band-and red sun 4719, keep Natural Vitamins, Minerals
trying ( )
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SHOPPEI SPECIALS ON CONVERSE AND burst tie tack near rathskellar Jan 18th
great sentimental value reward please Herbs, Dairy Products
ADIDAS STYLES FOR GUYS AND GALS.
N call 392-8326 keep trying!'"11 (I-2T-67) auto repair, imported and domestics fine '
1508 NW 13th ST. 3727836
(|2t66p) Books
work ot even finer rates, call 377-0307 or I -J Cosmetics
alternative learning community: an Found: Travelers Check found at the come by 216 NE 3rd Ave. Ask for Bill, or
ongoing stale accredited school with, Plaza in front of the' library West Coll Mike, (M.5T-67.P) Blrkonctock Sondols
several openings for children ages 5.8 372-7840 (L5T67P) '7 Wort University Ave. Downtown
KNOCK OUT VDI Fight Vehicle Dirt at
parent participation' essential to our Found: Four keys on a plain keyring. shell Mall Carwash 2225 NW 13th St I Gainesville Florida Phono 31 1 1971
philosophy to find out more about our Found in street beside Norman Hall. Call .IT 67 C
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school please call: days 376-9154; 373.6856 (L-5T.67.NC)

evenings 377-7583 or 378.6726 ((1-5t-64.| Lost: Lades, gold watch lost between

series starts with Pj) Norman and Weil Hall Reward Call

In Celebrationon bAMMIES ARRIVED FROM LONDON, 373.6645 (S2T67P)
NOW OPEN, Specializing in English haircutting
Jan.27th and 28th PG
blow waving for the in look SERVICESSCUBA
followed by unisex Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. Come Spend A Mellow Afternoon With
THE MAIDS\ Univ Ave. 377.2643 (|.501\-53-p)

(Feb. 24. 25)) PG Toronto 12 East, swamp.. toys, pizza CLASS starts Feb. 2. all equipment t I

crust, carousels bugsley, friendship. provided ,including mask, fins. snorkel, B.C.,
TilE MAN\ IN THE
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GLASS BOOTH Pokey (J-1T-67-P\ ) textbook and all air 5 open.water dives cosl: LOUWMIWI4flTStudent

(March 17, 18)) PG liberal funloving horny male dog $35 absolutely no extra charges call Scuba

GALILEO desires company of like.minded female Dynamics 373-5069 (m.9t.64.p) ,

(April 21,22)) PG for weekend trysts Call Toby master DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving Government Programs.
373-1188 (J2T-67P) and camping trip Fly by seaplane from
JACQUES BRELIS Pooh.III trade you a big hug and an ear Key West march 21-25 or 25.29 All scuba
ALIVE AND WELL nibble for a smile MrH (JIT67.P) equipment provided Explore historic Fort FREE CONCERT BY THE PONDS
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AND LIVING IN PARIS Happy Birthday to my EX big & little Jefferson $115 with certification $ISO

(May 19, 20)) PG brothers, Danny and Art I love yol Your includes full scuba course call Scuba

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Season Tickets are still Young Man, 28, New in town, Interested DIVOPCED WOMEN Seeking Support
available at most AFT in meeting young women. Write to: And Counseling? A group will be offered .
participating theatre box LDM, 1605 N.w. 21sl Ave. Gainesville, ( on thursday, 12 noon to 1 1:30: P.M.
Fla. 32601 ((1-5.t'-67.P)
offices. $20.00. by the' womens walk in counseling
Evenings student PlH I love you I love you I love you'I service call 392.1575. or slop by 311 little
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love, I love youfrom the bottom of my for info.
matinees $10.00)). Seatsare bucket UNY, 1 am yours. J KING (J-1T. DIVE THE BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK

unreserved, however, 67.P) unlimited air-3 meals a day.a bunk all

seating is guaranteedfor _for $140 for 5 glorious days mar 24-28 for
each performance.Most more info ph John Appelboom 392-8755M5T65P I

major credit cards NEED CASH ,( ) '. ."
accepted. Color outdoor por'ra"I." 12 shots to chose .
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UNIVERSITY PAWN BROIURS dry $3. Economy weddings. I would ..: j.'

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VW Special tune up for any year VW
'CASH WHIN YOU HUD IT' 1750 plus parts, tune up & oil change

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rvROID TIME / Classes starting Sales service rental air,
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FULL RANGE OF HELPING SERVICES, f'r '..
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Then wear the gold hat, if that will move somehow,he is going to be in for angry, soul-searching times. GREG FORRER
her Jf you can bounce high, bounce far Times that may leave him or her without a job. Times that
her too, Till she cry "Lover, gold-hatted, may leave him or her open to ridicule and unjust abuse.

high bouncing lover, I must have you!" .ave you.'*
dance the audience
They must and wear gold hat for the Harlan knows -
t.r THEY DO CRY other things, though.
while always side-stepping rotten fruit. They know that each
D'Invilliers Southeastern Con
Thomas Parke how ,quickly they forget his impressive
season, only one coach in any conference can really give his I
.. (Precede to Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby!) fans what they want. ference'past..
How quickly fans have forgotten that Lotz arrived here just
Such is the love affair of a coach in sports bounce, high Only,one can wear the gold hat. Only one can bounce last year and turned the Basketball team around. Now, half
and, wear the gold hat. The fans will love you. higher than the others way into the second season with Lotz, the fans see no national
But bounce around on your behind at dust level for a while BUT THEY all try. Most of them are real people. Doug They grumble.A .
..the fans will come tumbling down upon you. No longer will Dickey is a man. Bill Harlan' is a man, the same for Dave power.COACH can do only so much. He may have to post
they cry "I must have you." Fuller,John Lotz, Jimmy Carnes. Bill Potter, Gary Schneider, bond to snatch an occasional athlete out of the tank. He
They will cry for your head. etc. They find where it's at in a different place. counsels as if a father at times. At times he is a brother at
SUCH IS THE LIFE ot a coach--it makes one wonder why But they try to find it. times religious counsel.At .
anyone would enter the profession in the first place. Every It would be unfair to say that Dickey did not wear the gold times they are bastards.But .
oerson that does so enters with the knowledge that sometime, hat and bounce high this past fall. Yet nobody cryed "I must they are never magicians.


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fi 1kL BY ANDY COVEN team has more artillery to Kentucky five. Larry Brewster started
Alligator Sports Writer throw at the Gators this time "It's a mismatch on the against Mississippi and
:J around as two 6-foot-1 fresh. boards so we'll have to do an totaled 11 points on' the
During the first half of the man, Rick Robey and Mike extraordinary job boxing out evening.
season, John Lotz's Gators Phillips, hold down the the Wildcats," Lotz saad. "In THE GAME will mark a
have come very close to middle for the improved, addition we'll have to keep homecoming of sorts for three
winning the big ones but in Kentucky team. moving on offense and not Gator players as Don Bostic
x each instance the Orange and "AND THEIR other four make the foolish mistakes and Bob Lindsay are.both
s Blue have fallen a few meager players are all talented that have hampered us so far from Louisville and guard
; Sr points shy of victory. enough to play in the pros," this season. Mike Ledermen is from
"It teally hurts," Lotz Lotz said. "They are a "IT WILL have to' be a nearby Leo, Indiana.
admitted late last week. "Our tremendously physical team total effort if we expect to win "We have eight people who
team is made up of fightersand that really plays a tough man but our kids are young and are capable of starting so the
? sR1DA1' when they come so closeto to man defense." they've battled hard all yearso people who begin the game
beating teams like Indiana, The four players Lotz was I expect a good effort." aren't the only importantones
) c: Penn and Tennessee. it's referring to are senior forward Lotz did admit, that ," said Lotz when asked
t bound to hurt Jimmy Dann Conner, senior, Florida's five-point victoryover about his starting lineup
TilE GATORS will get guard Mike Flynn, senior Mississippi ,probablygave against the Wildcats.The .
'-' .. another chance to win what forward Kevin Grevey and the team a great deal of G a tors are currently 3-
t' :. ", Lotz calls, "a big one," senior forward Bob Guyette.In confidence though he pointedout 3 in the Southeastern Con-
'" ,. .,..,1.t. .""'" <"< IN Saturday in Lexington as they addition Coach Joe on that same night, ference and 7-9 overall
-.", ',.'' ... ,..".:;.;..'' ''..,,:- .."" !" ,.n,,,.' challenge the nationally Hall's team has a talented Kentucky was ,gaining some Lotz said to win a big one
>Ii :; ''.. : ranked Kentucky Wildcats. bench as they have already confidence of its own as they would mean the world to his
f _;... What makes things even upset such powers as North upset Alabama.A basketball team as it would
... photo by andy newman worse for the 'Gators is that Carolina and Notre Dame decision by Lotz is expected give them a huge lift for the
., t. Kentucky well remembers the earlier this season. to be made right rest of the season.
beating Florida handed them IT IIASNT taken Lotz before game time concerningwho And he mentioned it wouldbe
I UF FRESHMAN CENTER LARRY BREWSTER right in Lexington last season. much pondering to figure out his starting center will be awful nice winning that big
may get starting lob against 'Cats But the talented Kentucky how his team can upset this against Kentucky. Freshman one in Lexington




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CHRIS GARRITY ISS: -wdl have their hands full tor the Gators. e, : ,1
Alligator Sports Writer Schneider said he plan to wrestle Saville against Walker
and Lubell against Auburn's Moore, while Davis will wrestle H 55
After a two-week hibernation, the Gator wrestling squad both matches.
will travel to Auburn. Ala., for a double dual meet with "This will be Jeffs first match at 158 and I think he will be r1V1ll tS
Southeastern Conference SEC foes Auburn and Tennessee able to handle this class easier than 167," Schneider said.
Saturday. OTHER CHANGES for UF will come in the 118, 126, and 4
The Gator grapplers will have a chance to look at their 167 classes.
competition Friday night when Auburn entertains Tennessee Freshman Vic Holloway and senior Bob Roberts'will
beror the Gators wrestle Tennessee Saturday afternoon at one wrestle in the 118 and 126 weights according to how Friday's
o'clock, and Auburn that same night at 8 p.m. match goes and freshman John Orr will fill in at 167.
GARY SCHNEIDER head wrestling coach for UF said he Last year the Gators defeated both Auburn and Tennesseein
expects Tennessee to be the tougher of the two, but added. duel matches but Auburn edged UF in the SEC tourn-
"Auburn is awful tough in four weight classes: 126. 134, 150, ment winning their third straight crown.
and 158." SCHNEIDER SAID, "I'm. extremely happy with' the way
Included in this group"are Auburn's Pat Moore two-time we're going and the progress we've made so far," and added
I SEC champion at 150. ,and Gary Crews, two-time SEC that the matches will be important for two reasons.
t runnerup at 158. "It will help our wrestlers with SEC seeds and in outs'
t Tennessee also figures to be strong in these two weight national ranking if we can come up with two solid victories;
classes. SEC champs Buddy Walker and Ethan Reezes will 'he said.
... wrestle at 150 and 158. respectively. If the Gators come up with two victories it would boost their photo by erlc ruin
150-POUNDERS Bob Saville and Dan Lubell. and senior Jeff string to 29 dual meet wins, a streak that stretches back two WRESTLING COACH GARY SCHNEIDER
Davis -. who recently dropped from the class ,i '
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The Vols have yet to run
Seen in current Needlecraft j
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\1 VA" along with quality materials, have established people broke the tape in 4:13.7.: that Mike Sharpe, Willie Orange and Blue will, be
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Jones and highjumper Mark and Tom Doerr. who has run a 9.1 hundred. Swede Par Wallin. Hesley
< Branch. BOTH TUITT and Doerr "But if he's ready," warned Bostic is slated for the
JJandwwbteftgIN THE GATORS will .were victorious at the Senior Vaughan "he'll be awfully hurdles.
Bowl. Tuitt won the 600 but tough." The high jump finds two
counter Davey in the two mile
with Vince Carder Don has been moved up the 880 AS ALWAYS,the 440 with seven.foot'leapers locking
ROYAL PARK MALL OPEN 10-6 the 880.Sophomore. Rambo, and Mitchell Goings, Branch has cleared 7-2 and
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Cartier also joins Frank Alexander will fill Tuitt's 600 Brown has exhibited signs of SEC champ Will Freemanwill
Betts in the mile run for the vacancy. greatness in winning at both pole vault while Fletcher
second consecutive meet. The The 60-yard dash could be the CYO Invitational and the Lewis competes in the long
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UF women's tennis Joining the Ga tor line-up is LAST YEAR UF's only two Saturday in Alligator Alley at Gainesville, Fta. 32601
team swings into action freshman Judy Acker who losses in their 8.2 season came 2 p.m.
Saturday as it opens its season took over the number one slot at the hands oT Rollins THE LADY'Gators, with a
against Florida State from Keyes in a ladder College and the University of 3-1 l record,defeated Rollins atWinter
University in Tallahassee. tournament, and Barbara Miami. Both were 9-0 shut Park 57-41 earlier this

Lady Gator coach Sue Black, a Miami-Dade transfer outs. season. a
Whiddon says her team is .the student. "That won't According 'to Coach Paula
happen
strongest it has ever been. COACH WHIDDON said any Welch the Gators have both
more, predicted the Gator
"WE ARE definitely that the season opener would coach. height and speed advantageover
stronger, and have better give the netters a chance to Rollins."I MIDWINTER'CAR
depth than we've ever had," check their strengths. and am very confident thatwe
"Our is
said the coach, adding that weaknesses. team definitely will win this one," Welch
there are three returning "We're, trying new doubles contention stronger and with very Rollins.much" She in said and predicted her team SERVICE DEAL!
players and two new freshmanon team" explained the coach, said that scholarships have over Rollins by at least 10
scholarship. emphasizing the importance points.
Returnino Lady Gators of.doubles points. made competition tighter, WELCH SAID that the pt'
include (eyes, senior.. "As far as I'm concerned "and place a big question Lady Gators still need to be 4 Whee1..10
She pIa)'... jn the number one doubles points are crucial. mark on" all up-coming more aggressive on defense,
matches.
spot last year, but starts off You have got to have them or but was pleased offensively.,
this season filling the numbertwo you just aren't' going to win "We could do with less spurtsof
position.. Sue Eiges, a matches. I think our new ... good play and look smoothall 1 sr
junior, and Debbie Dunkin. a combinations will work, of the time but we're
'
sophomore, are both back to giving us some depth that The UF women's basketballteam doing well."
compete for UF. we've lacked in the pas ." faces Rollins Collegetop The Lady Gators are
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South Carolina teamBy The UF women's gymnasticsteam bearings; and inspect system. ,
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LOUIS BRANCACCIO find a very strong South swimmers two weeks ago quadruple meet Saturday at
Alligator Sports Writer Carolina team.HARLAN and their absence may play a noon. ALL
SAID South major factor in Saturday'smeet. The Lady Gators face $5'988THIS

The UF swim team travelsto Carolina has three times as Peabody College, Middle Type AN
Columbia, S.C. Saturday many swimmers as the Gatorsdo South Carolina's distance State, and the University of
where UF head coach Bill and that alone will be to freestylers are of excellent Tennessee at Knoxville. WEEK!
Harlan said the Gators will their advantage. UF lost three quality, Harlan said, but theyare ACCORDING TO .Coach except luxury
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independent flag football. Competition starts Monday., already beaten Miami's diversin doing is practicing as if it CAR SERVICE
Contact the 1M office, 229 Fla. Gym, 392-0581, Miami and that is an were the real thing," explained
Student wive's badminton league starts Monday,Jan. 27, in accomplishment in itself. the coach, adding AT LOW LOW PRICES !
Norman gym. Team representatives need to pick up their Assistant Coach Pete "We've been pressure
schedule. Orschiedt said the' South training both mentally and
Sensei Shigeru Takashina., chief instructor of the South Carolina team is "very wellcovered" physically.",
Atlantic Karate Assoc. will be the UF Shotokan
visiting or has more than While 'the Lady Gators
Karate Club Fri., Jan. 24 4:30: p.m., for special instructionand adequate depth. have yet to win a meet this
demonstration. Mr.Takashina is a fifth degree black belt "They also have a new season, Coach Philips said the LUBE and FRONT ENDALIGNMENT
from Japan.All assistant coach this year who team spirit is good. OIL CHANGEIncludes
Univerity Special Events in Foul Shooting for men and was a former American "Our routines are looking to 5 quartsof Precision alignmentby
women will be held from 5-8 p.m.. Saturday,Jan. 25. record holder" Orschiedtsaid. much more polished, and I high up grade oil. skilled mechanics.
The UF Judo Club will ,sponsor the Senior Invitational think that we can do well.
Tournament Saturday Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. to be held in the UF's record is currently 4.3 We've had a really good
Florida gym. Spe s are welcome. Approximately 150 and South Carolina's 'record practice week and we're
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Happy Days are here again!.


i
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' But mother Linger fickin' good!


never warned me (EAST ST. LOUIS, III. A sign of the times? Harry

Brown, owner of Brown's Food Store reports a steady
about the nights....... trade in two dishes popular during the Depression
among southern sharecroppers raccoon and
Face it. We're on the edge of another Depression.But opossum. Since Nov. 9, 1974, Brown says he has sold .
don't worry because we're gonna have a great about 500 pounds of raccoon and about 40 pounds of
time, just like our parents did in the last one. Forgetall opossum for 69 cents a pound. According to Brown,
those scare stories you grew up with about the raccoon Is best prepared' barbecued and opossum
1930s and how "You kids got it good, yo shouldaseen parbroiled. -
what we went through."
Granted, the""30s brought tight money situationsand

a scarcity of f jobs. But, American: society, in its Two factsCount
noble I tradition, responded with its usual degree of
unreality so that the decade was marked with plentyof .
'em )
( two
out and-out craziness. The'30s' gave birth to some Like lemmings,
great things: the five-day week, monopoly, bathtub 1. 15,407 moonshine stills were seized in 1931.
gin, Shirley Temple, pinball machines, Flash Gordon, the multitudes flockto 2. Between 1930-36( the production of cigarettes
the five-cent apple, the Lone Ranger, Social Security, their miniature climbed from! 123 billion to 158,billion.Dropping .
Benny Goodman, the jitterbug, some truly golf .courses

magnificent gangsters and lots, lots more. with'
On Nov. 7, 1929, less than two weeks after the yoyo'sAfter
bottom fell out Sand $30 billion had been blown into the crash, most people agreed that what the c\ :c44

thin air, a couple of sickeningly optimistic country really needed was a new industry -
songwriters hit it big with a.number that started off:: something that would revitalize a sagging economy.In '? 6q 7

this case, necessity was the mother of absurdityand
er I "So long sad times, Go 'long bad times, rl Miniature Golf was born.
We are rid of you at lastl I "J Filled with the "Happy Days" spirit, carefree
Howdy gay times! Cloudy grey times crowds shucked their troubles and flocked to
You are now a thing of the past. roadside courses during the winter of 192930. Yes, ...
'Cause Happy Days are here again." while the real world struggled on, millions of :
= M Americans actually set about knocking. little balls \.'.. :
:
OAr' "'Happy Days are Here Again" along cottonseed greens, down drainpipes, through
Jack Yellen and Milton Ager mouseholes and over wooden barricades.It .

was all great fun and Miniature Golf courses
cleared over $125 million during the first' year of
operation, at the height of the Depression.. Y
And, as if to show that there was no monopoly on .
the market, shrewd American
absurdity out... .
businessmen came up with a perfect toy for the
timesthe The market died with
Yo-yo. Yo-yo post
"Did you hear about the fellow who engaged a
World War II affluence and the principal hotel room and the clerk asked him whether he
manufacturer Duncan Co., went out of
Yo-yo "
wanted it for sleeping or jumping?
arM'MM .ww .t.NIWM iy !9. Ms Rh. w <.GRR.-YICY.NAn business in 1965. But now, with "Happy Days" back
"No, but I heard there were two men who jumped
again, Duncan has reopened and its 1 14 man team of "
hand-in-hand because they held a joint account.
Gear today Yo-yo pros is once again touring the country. This (yuk, yuk)
; time they've updated a bit and the 1975 Yo-yo line
tomorrow features "The Satellite" ($2.49)) with battery-
gone powered bulbs that light up from centrifugal force..
,Damn the economic Indicators, f full speed ahead I Get of free
out
"Depression shows man as a senseless cog in a jail
t' machine which is beyond
senselessly whirling *** * * * * * *
human understanding and fails to serve any .purpose' *"Life is just a bowl of cherries. i (Do not pass,go but collect $200 anyway)

but its own." '*Don't make it serious., P .: So, now that you're ready.to make the best of the.

Peter F. Drucker *Life is too mysterious.,. /' jf "Happy Days" why not go all the way'and'start.the
,. Depression with ,lean! slate. Do what more than
Rudy Vallee I ,>1931 *. ,10,000 other U.S. students_ have done; in the past
... .y. . ., . .. ...y. 4'.'* decode -: declare' bankruptcy. Forget the social

stigma ((155,707 U.S. citizens did !it in 1973 alone),
Big bucks in rubber duckiesAs scrape together$50 and kiss your creditors goodbye.
Besides the relative cheapness 'filing for
bankruptcy, you don't need the services of an at-
the of the 30s
else, movies
with everything torney. But,;the best thing about i It is that t.once you
added to the absurdities of the times, proving that have filed ',and creditors have been notified, .
only in unreality could genius have free reign. The Light fire! > your '
and my \\ any money you receive after all yours--scot free.
Walt Disney film was'a huge popular: success
But you better act fast. The Federal Bankruptcy Act
"Snow White" was actually cited by one critic as the Rumor has it that ,either ABC,or CBS will soon, is scheduled toundergo revision this year and talk is
"happiest thing that has happened In the world spring a new attempt to capture,the a.m. news that student, 'loans will be made into non-

since the Armistice." market now held by NBC furthermore, dischargeable, debts. Happy daysl! _
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say yore muscles 'hurt? It's been a hard day. You rode your bike four miles muscles, a luxury for the rich, something to make
to school and then raced up a few'flights of stairs so people feel/ 'good. '
Bones ache? You say yore 'you wouldn't be late for biology lab. Unfortunately, the feeling good angle to massage

t whole body is throbbin' You made it before the bell rang,but that only gave has led to abuses.In .
you extra time to bend over"'a'microscope.Your .- early times, massage was often linked to bath
with pain? Well friends houses and,homosexuality. Today it is,hard to erase
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got could relieve of people trying to fight that Image.
Good News! you. 'The United States today is more promiscuous
What you need may not be aspirin, or anything society," said Bruce Simer, a'member of the Florida
stronger for that matter. Maybe you just need a little' Board of Massage and president of the Florida State
therapy by lynda homier body therapy a massage. ,Massage Association.

As early as 1,000 years before Christ, people like "Massage may be used as a guise for prostitution
photo by John moran Homer were using massage as a relaxant for tired and other illicit activities," Simer said.



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recently, closed down five call girl fronts in Miami. friends spill fragrant oils on each other in attempts at tegration, or "rolfing," as it is called after its
According to Simer's apprentice, Judy Keathley, massage. originator Ida Rolf. ,
Florida has the strictest set of codes governing There are two ways a person can become,licensed 'The philosophy behind rolfing is that man is a
massage except for a small area in Germany. to practice massage in Florida. One is to become an whole being and that the body is plastic and capableof
"I 1 guess that's because they,are concerned about apprentice to a licensed person for nine months. The change," said Rick Sword who has studied the
preserving and improving on the image of massage' other way is to attend a licensed school for ten technique in New Jersey and Colorado for two years.
she said. months, or 1,050 contact hours. He hopes to finish his study in May and then set up a
Simer preserves the image in his private practice at Before Simer opened his school in Gainesville, the practice in Gainesville.
Simer's Institute of Massage Therapy here, by splittingup closest accredited school was in Miami. Now a personcan "Rolfing is not a type of massage," Sword said. "It
the workload according to sex. His apprentice learn massage technique, anatomy, physiology, is very different. Rolfing works on connective tissue,
massages only women. Simer works on the men's hydrotherapy and physical fitness right here. whereas massage works on muscles. The goals are
muscles.His On the non-professional side, there are classes In also different. Massage is mainly to relax the IndividuaL -
patrons go to him with hypertension, arthritis, Gainesville geared to body awareness rather than to increase circulation. Rolfing
high blood pressure and back and neck problems. licensing. systematically works on different parts of the body to
Some just go for the enjoyment and relaxation. James Nelson teaches two classes at Santa Fe establish balance and order.

Simer is concerned with professionalism in Community College and one at the University. All are Dr. Rolf now more than,80 years old developed the
massage. non-credit. technique after her arthritis, became disabling. She
'There is a tendency among popular youth groupsto "I i teach more on a sensitivity approach than a, refused to stay in a wheelchair, Sword explained.Since .
degenerate massage you massage me, I'll technical one. The atmosphere is 'awareness', the the development the 1920's the Guild for
massage you. Actually massage is a therapy that touch of bodies. I can get as technical as students Structural Integration has been established. Based in
should only be practiced by someone familiar with want. Some students have already learned anatomy, New Jersey and Colorado, the guild approves all new
anatomy and proper technique. so I don't teach it from that viewpoint," said ,Nelson, rolfers.
"Practicing without a license is a violation of state who besides having a small private practice is "You must be rolfed completely before you can
law, a misdemeanor. We don't like to enforce it that currently student in Asian Studies. become a" rolfer," Sword said. "You cannot know
way, but technically if a friend massaged you and Nelson learned some of his techniques in Japan, what an organized body is like until your becomes
caused injury, your friend would be liable," Simer which may explain his interest in shiatsu, or polarity ,organized.
said. "The body is easily injured.' therapy. Like acupuncture, Shiatsu makes use of "Rolfing sometimes feels good, sometimes some
Still,'The Massage Book," "The Art of Sensual certain sensitive zones' in the body. Pressure may be pain is involved. It is an experience In growing," he
Massage," What To Do Until the MessiahComes/'and applied to these zones. for, a therapeutic;: effect. said. X




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like musical saw players, swimming pigs and "worm- artwork by bill day' ..
grunting" not to mention tree-sitting marathonsand :
egg-holding contests.
But for Charles Kuralt and the crew of CBS's "On the America and t the United States covering wars, riots With this change of power, Kuralt said, "The first thing v
Road", searching for out-of-the-ordinary. glimpses of and other crises. .. I thought of was the idea for the series. So, I tried the !,
America is a way of life., It was en route to the scene of one of these news idea on' him and his deputy, Ernest leiser' They said,
Kuralt has said that ". .when CBS goes out to shoota events that Kuralt got the idea for the series. 'Sure, well try it and make a three month project out
documentary, they take along a cameraman a "A cameraman named Jimmy Wilson and I were of it.' : c
soundman, an electrician, an assistant cameraman, a flying out to Cleveland on a very clear night, probably That was over seven years ago.The series has been s: r
researcher a producer. .But when the"On the Road" around January or February. We were flying out to running since October, 1967. '
crew strikes out, it's just Charlie, Charlie, Izzy and Cleveland, looking down at the lights and drinking I "On the Road" now receives the second largest'' c
Larry. suppose, and talking about how each one of those amount of mail at CBS News. Mike Wallace and "60
Charlie number one is Kuralt, who thought up the lights probably represented a story and how it wouldbe Minutes"gets the most, and ", .he asks for it," Kuralt : t
series back in 1967. The other Charlie is Charlie nice to go on the road to just do little features said. Approximately 200 to 300 letters a week come in
Quinlan the electrician. He's covered all kinds of riots, about people who wouldn't otherwise be on for Kuralt's series from viewers all over the country, !
,freedom marches,demonstrations and says he has the television." suggesting people, places and l events to cover. This is I '
scars to show for it. Then there's Izzy, Isadore Block- Kuralt went to New York and tried out the idea on where some of the ideas for stories come from, along I
man, the cameraman, who's been with the series for Fred Friendly, who was then the president of CBS with stories the crew runs'across In its travels. f
four years. Larry is Larry Gianneschi, the soundman'who News. Friendly thought it w ould be a "waste of time;" With all these ideas pouring into CBS News one I .
worked for Edward R. Murrow's "See It Now." however,he did suggest"that if Kuralt wanted 'to do wonders how the actual stories for the "On the Road" r
The crew cruises the backroads of the countryside, something similar, on Vietnam, that "that wouldn't bea series are selected from the .pile. "Part of it i is experience -"
in a white Cortez motor home, with an insignificant- bad idea." ," Kuralt said. "Somehow when I read a ,I
'looking CBS eye on the side and an inscription In Kuralt said he figured that would make him the person's letter or read an old yellowed newspaper :
small blade letters, "On the Road.'When the small "Ernie Pyle of Vietnam or something' "ttt. 'X>n the.Road" crew arrives to do' a story, it's more "But, I had been to Vietnam'enough. I felt it was a feeling about the story. I cdn' maglne how it might
like,friends dropping in and less like a production. pretty good idea, too, but I really wanted to do turn out_to be a good one and'it almost always does.
Kuralt had ,been a regular newspaper reporter and, something about the home country about America.But Part of it is being burned In the past. There is'a certain
worked for nearly ten years in television news before Friendly turned the idea down.". category of stories that sound funny or poignant. But, i his "dream"assignment of "On the Road" began; His Shortly after Friendly's rejection of, the proposed when you arrive, on the scene, they're' not." !: I
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puch places as Sopchoppy, Florida where Kuralt did write the script until I arrived.We plates instead of numbers. ," ,
story on "worm grunting." were at dinner and Kuralt was telling us about We did find a 10JQA, ((10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace.)

In San Marcos, Texas, Kuralt how the story was coming along and said, "I 1 think I'll And, I chased (on foot) down the main street,of Reno,

overed a story on a swimming! pig which he said was end it with, 'Afterwards we remembered that's how a Mazda with a plate that said "HMMMMM," which

J robobly the "low point" of the series. And, in Mohr's those others felt, those earlier shepherds bearing Kuralt used in the script to say, "And everybody knows

Nwt, Degraff, Ohio, Kuralt reported on an egg. gifts.' the piston engine goes 1x>ing, being, boing/ but the

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!Kuralt say "On the Road" does not represent an" story the old sheep rancher fixing the toys for We found a "MAXINE" In a parking lot, who Kuralt

empt "to prove anything." children compared with the shepherds bearing gifts figured 'triust be a hairdresser tomato-red VW witha
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"nice to acknowledge, once In a while, that the shepherds brought gifts- it was the three wise men." went up a steep hill. '
'hole country Isn't In flames. I think there's a value in We couldn't remember if the shepherds had brought After Reno' the next stop was Santa Cruz, where '

". once in. a while, reminding) '! people that the big anything. So, that night we all retired to our hotel Kuralt was planning to do a story on a musical saw

lack headlines all the violence that accompanied rooms to look up the Christmas story in those bibles player. The saw player, ,Tom Scribner, had Written

*' civil rights revolution, the Vietnam War after that, the Gideons leave in every room. about his "Lost Sound Band,"composed of Tom on the '

nd Watergate after. that and Inflation after that Kuralt was right. And the ending was changed to, first saw, Herman Olson or Ollje on the second saw' .

e things which attention, are, after ", .we remembered that's how those others felt, and Arlene Sutton'on the piano.
II; |lust part of what's consume our though they are too. those earlier shepherds who came with the The production took nearly five hours, and 2700 feet.
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To be on the road anywhere is good medicine, but "Well anyways," he continued, "The first railroad
traveling State Road AlA on Florida's east coast can yard we came to,. we saw one of the yard men
give the transient a unique dose of diversity. a'comin' toward our car: My'brother and I hid in the
There are sand dunes on Anastasia Island and corner as he slammed the door shut and we figuredwe
crumbling concrete jungles in ,Daytona. There are was safe.Well, 'bout eight'days later they openedthe
cowboys in Oak Hill and mullet fishermen in Jupiter. box car and we was in Seattle,Washington."
AlA passes through it all and gives an'aware travelerthe With raised eyebrows I interrupted and said, "Aw
chance to see how really different Florida's land come on Mr. Neck, how did you live in a box car for''
and people can be. eight days with no food or water?"
To obtain the 'full benefit of this experience I "Bananas, son. Why that box car was just packedfull
recommend taking your time and hitchike, camp of bananas. We was eatin' bananas the way to
whenever possible, and keep your eyes and ears Seattle. Yeah, I'll! never forget the look on them .
open to absorb the people and places. You will yardmens' faces when they saw us two road monkies
discover some pretty interesting personalities.My sittin' in the middle of all them banana peels and all
t Ax breakin' away lost weekend got off to a good that stinkin' yeller banana dung."
start when a wrinkled old man named Archie Neck "Yes sir," he said grinning from ear to ear, "Them
stopped to give a lift from Gainesville to Palatka. Witha were good times."
spit and a cough, his ancient Rambler rumbled off as For the remainder of the ride with Archie Neck, the
he asked me where I was heading. smile and dreamy glaze never left his face.
I told him I was going to the beach and most I intersected AlA at St. Augustine'and my first Im-
anywhere my thumb would take me. That must have pressions of the town were negative. Everywhere I
hit a retrospective nerve in old Mr. Neck because he looked were tourists and tourist traps: Zorayda
e smiled and seemed to pass into a dreamy-like daze Castle the enchanted palace of, Spain; Ripley's
memories so often bring. Believe It or Not, (I couldn't believe it, especially
"yeah Yeah, when I was younger," he said, opening display'a life-size stuffed Chinaman with
'I 1 use to travel abouts. My brother was ten and I was four eyes); and Potter's Wax Museum where Joan of
y R seven when we first decided to go a huntin'! ad Arc points a sword at you as you walk down the street.
venture. We was always fascinated with trains so one When I got away from the tourists, however, I
day we jumped into a box car on a freight. passin' discovered they were all missing the real class of St.
through Palatka. We didn't know where the train was Augustine. Like Flagler College, an absolute
goin' and we didn't much care. Mostly it gave us a monument in brick architecture; the restored Spanish
break from the school-I I guess like you're doin'right structures, built on cobblestone streets in the center of
now." the city; and of course, the beach.These are all placesGO

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DON'T TAILGATE," (I could read it pretty clearly)
and in the back of the wagon were some cages with
little black poodles in them looking at us.

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is that you Have got to take it all in stride, because have tol Just call Domino's and have your pizza delivered hot,
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It was near dark and it was becoming evident that I

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traveling State Road AlA on Florida's east coast can yard we came to,' ,we saw one of the yard men
give the transient a unique dose of diversity. a'comln'; toward our car. My brother and I hid in the
There are sand dunes on Anastasia Island and corner as he slammed the ,door shut and we figuredwe
crumbling! concrete jungles in Daytona. There are was safe.Well, 'bout eight days later they openedthe
cowboys in Oak Hill and mullet fishermen in Jupiter. box car and we was in Seattle,Washington."
AlA passes through it all and gives an'aware travelerthe With raised eyebrows I interrupted and said, "Aw
chance to see how really different Florida's land come on Mr. Neck, how did you live in a box car for
and people can be. eight days with no food or water?"
To obtain the full benefit of this experience I "Bananas, son. Why that box car was just packedfull
recommend taking your time and hitchike, camp of bananas.We was eatin' bananas all the way to
whenever possible, and keep your eyes and ears Seattle. Yeah, I'll never forget the look on them _
open to absorb the people and places. You will yardmens' faces when they saw us two road monkies
discover some pretty interesting personalities.My' slttin' in the middle of all them banana peels and all
breakin' away lost weekend got off to a good that .stin ln' yeller banana, dung."
t ,\ ? 4.%'Gp ffikallw start when a wrinkled old man named Archie Neck "Yes sir," he said grinning from ear to ear, "Them
stopped to give a lift from Gainesville to Palatka. Witha were good times."
spit and a cough, his ancient Rambler rumbled off as For the remainder of the ride with Archie Neck, the
he asked me where I was heading. smile and dreamy glaze ,never left his face.
I told him I was going to the beach and most I intersected A1A at St. Augustine 'and my first Im-
anywhere my thumb would take me. That must have pressions of the town were negative. Everywhere I
hit a retrospective nerve in old Mr. Neck because he looked were tourists and tourist traps: Zorayda"5
+ smiled and seemed to pass into a dreamy-like daze Castle the enchanted palace of Spain; Ripley's
memories so often bring. Believe It or Not, ((1 I couldn't believe it, especially
,, "yeah Yeah, when I was younger," he said, opening display -'a life-size stuffed Chinaman with
'I use to travel abouts. My brother was'ten and I was four eyes); and Potter's Wax Museum where Joan of
seven) when, we first decided to go a huntin' adventure Arc points a sword at you as you walk down the street.
We was always fascinated with trains so one When I got away'from the tourists, however, I
day we jumped into a box car on a freight. passin' discovered they were all missing the real class of St.
through Palatka. We didn't know where the train was Augustine. Like Flagler College, an absolute
goin' and we didn't much care. Mostly it gave us a monument in brick architecture; the restored Spanish
break from the school -I I guess like you're doin' right structures, built on cobblestone streets in the center of
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and in the back of the wagon( were some cages with
little black poodles in them looking at us.
Suddenly, this guy I am riding with freaks out and
starts flashing! his headlights and honking his horn,
then turns to me and literally screams, "That's true, I Iairt't
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Deciding this guy was definitely a psychopath, I and BankAmericard I.J
looked at my road map and calmly said, "So this is liiiJ ,
Painter's Hill. Say I've got a buddy who lives in this
town, could you drop me off here?"
Silence.

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With his eyes just staring at those poodles and his OUTDOMINO'S
foot glued to the gas pedal, he said nothing.

"You see sir," my voice cracking and. growing J
rather meek, ''"I've got this, buddy. "
Then like somebody just kicked him in the fun-

nybone,. he bellowed out in deep laughter, "You PIZZAWhen
should a seen their eyes, boy, them little poodles was
really shook." Then he stopped the car.
I bolted out the door and watched him drive away
thinking how much he would have enjoyed seeing my
eyes. you're in the mood for a delicious pizza with

One thing to keep in mind about hitching down AlA your favorite items on top. .why wait any longer than you
is that you have got to take it all in stride, because have tol Just call Domino's and have your pizza delivered hot,
actually it's you traveling on their turf fast, and free. Enjoy your delicious pizza without the hassles
. Another thing to remember is not to stop in Painter'sHill 9 of fighting the traffic or waiting in lines

under any circumstances. I waited for about To help check us out. .we're going to help
three hours in that town and then, as if I was jinxed, you out with a check good for$1.00 on a large or .50 on a 'fo\.

my next ride took me to Daytona. small pizza.
It was near dark and it was becoming evident that I

was going to have to (gasp) spend the. night in the
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REISANDa crowd last weekend, decided to focus their attentionon drove through the empty countryside he
the few travelers passing through town. A back large billboard advertising a Seventh
REDFORDTOGETHERI pack was the'only bait needed to'draw them and they Church with huge bloodshot eyes

marched down the beach, one after the other, ARRIVED STONED graffitied on it.
rounding up transients like cattle. "This is Mims, Florida," he said. "If
WIIl! >; ..-JI!!:' J 411l ... ... ,,",,{,.-!v "'''' Spaced about 15 minutes apart, the police would seen the sign, you'd a missed the city.

,,.., 1fI" approach, fire 'off strings of questions; "Lemme see But it was in Titusville I caught what
...., ,' '"- ''' ....-" 11, ..".. your I.D., what do you got in the pack, where you the most unusual ride of the weekend.
"';' iJTI! :"!. staying."Then they would move on to the next person A middle-aged man in a new Grand
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IJ\\ me to show him how much money I had and when he and in a high nasal voice said, "Hi, my
\ looked in my wallet and saw only two dollars he clair Righteous, \I'm in yogurt.

a ,WAY'' chuckled sarcastically, "You can' count on themhippies It all came so quick that I looked< at.
a to 'whip inflation now."' and then down at his seat, half

t ,WE WERE Anybody can put up with the hassles, but it is the be sitting in a pool of strawberry ; I
Every thing seemed so "FA sheer depression of Daytona Beach that can really get hadn't found my voice before he
important then.... ven)iovet you down. Newcomers in town walk along the' "Yep', it's the next best thing! for a

..........ovn ,, ',_, ,.....,: t "famed" Daytona Beach boardwalk in awe and say, 'sex. You ever tried it?"
COCUMBIA PICTURES w. IWPRODUCTIONSfrnrtlMYSTWK-SYONOPOlWCK vme.abnrrr "Where is it man?" "Yogurt?" I asked.
MARVIN IWILISCH,*....II ARTHUR) lAURENTS'****II RAY STARK,frtcMbMttY POlLACK.ftHAVISION The boardwalk along AlA, supposedly the tourist "Sure," he said, with his voice so I
I IPGI":: rr.rraw.aanoFRI. 'I center of Daytona, is just a slummed-out rendition of thought it could attract dogs, "You twist

I b SAT. JAN 24 & 25 Atlantic City. The generation of pinball fanatics and one of those yoga positions, you know,
5-00 800: HflO: bumpercar freaks has obviously come and gone. style, and you chant between
2ND FLOOR AW 50 Many of the arcades are shut down and the ones that I found myself become interested in

The corrected time for the second showing of The Way We are open display only a little man in a little booth, of Mr. Righteous and I asked what kind
Were is 8:00. with a lonely mechanized drawl, "Try your fuck, three would use for this yogurt meditation.
Due to an advertising error, it was printed as being 8:30.: shots for a dollar, win your sweetheart a prize." But "Why it's simple," he said. "You just

there is no one there to hear. yogurt backwards, over and over.

the Beach is trug-oy., It can be a very enlightening
Spending night on Daytona strictly
I was a little that this
forbidden and In times other than Easter, it is strictly suspicious guy Pr"h
pulling leg I asked him 'where he
ANTONIO DAS my so
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the ritual. Then he told me he was a
sleeping on the beach
I had to sleep somewhere that night, and I wasn.'t; salesman and day in and day out he ,

\ quite financially prepared for t Daytona Hilton, so I selling his product.
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When I asked what the of
point
hitched about 10 miles south of Daytona and 'camped
meditation his narrowed
on the beach in some palmettos and pines near the was eyes
Glauber Rocha received the Best Director award of the 1969 squeaked like
a "Yogurt
Cannes Film Festival for this folk-epic with elements of town of Wilbur-by-the-Sea. A fellow traveler warnedme parrot
history, superstition, social Injustice and melodrama. An about Wilbur saying it was full of rattlesnakes and unwind after a long day of work'too you
tonio, the landlord's assassin hired to kill a bond of peasant rednecks. But seeing what Daytona Beach was full of, I took his word for it and got out, at.the F
rebels, joins them Instead.An ecstatic song of violence set In catch a ride to Cocoa 'Beach., ,
I figured I'd be better off with the rednecks ,and
an unearthly landscape, the film builds a rhythmic crescendoof This stretch of AlA from Cocoa'lo 'J
primitive and violent symbolism of and snakes.
myth legend. A the most enjoyable, most beautiful
Brazilian film in Portuguese with English subtitles.
In the morning I left AlA and took US 1 to bypass opinion most! sane.
SUN.,JAN. 26 7:00 9:30
2ND FLOOR AUD. 50; cents Cape Canaveral. If you follow: lA along the cape as For surfers, the beach break adjacent
far as it goes'about( 15 miles south of New Smyrna! ) 'Force Base and the inlet break of
you will come to an ,incredible stretch of beach that finest waves 'on Florida's''cbast:''" **"

REPULSION'C'Ii.lPolanskl's looks'like no other human being had ever set foot on. Excellent fishing can be found'all"ai

It would be a topnotch place tocamp'! for a weekend, River with special l hot spots off the jetties
but,hitching along the dirt road to get there,would be, Inlet and in the surf off Hutchinson
virtually impossible ,because of the complete absenceof Clams are also plentiful along this 100
traffic. ', of beach and all 'it takes to get a bu :

I By mid-morning I had made it around-the Cape,and along a sandbar and wiggle your
back out to the ocean at Cocoa Beach. (h t was good to surface until you feel them under your ;
I be back on AlA but US 1 rivaled 'it closely' by But it is probably the people along this
providing some pretty exotic rides. ,that makes it so appealing. Their life

One ride was with this'rancher from;Oak Hill in a satisfying.. .
: pickup truck. He had a bumpersticker on' his rear Sitting around a driftwood fire" on
Roman direction I Is at Its 'very best In this window (just under the gun racks) that: read, "I'M A last,night with a group of,beach bum
macabre and
erotic of a girl tom between her
story
for and loathing of men. Her psychopathic tendicies, craving,are ROPER, NOT A DOPER."' He said that if he didn't start little beer and eating clams,--got'me to'
revealed bit by bit In a shocking mirror-rattling horror tale getting better prices for his beef he would have to go pleasing ,this!: was compared ta
of,alarming reality. Everything ,about this movie make into rustling full time. yogurt gurus, and showdog:sadists. '- I
your blood chill. The New York Times called It' "an absolute Then this kid who couldn't have been more than have missed them for the"world. '
knockout of a movie!r' 13 picked me up in a 'van and started telling me; (in You can't fully appreciate t the place

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The Independent Florida gor Punhshed by Compus Commnunicaon n Gonnsvill., Rndo Not officially ossoc otd w Ith 4he Uniest od FR I lm J -.2I.17 lOL 67 NO. 67 Finance committee urgsSSrle By TOM SHRODER AllIgator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE -F he Board ol Regents (ROR) Finance Committee will recommend that UF receive "S500,O0) to i6W),X)" trom a State University Sy.tem (SUIS) enmergency real location. I he three-regent finance committee met here I hursday to make plain bor guiding the time gtate universities lhrough the present ft financial crisis and to prepare the schools hr hard times to come. THE COMMITTEE will make recom.mendations on financial policy to a toll meeting ol the BOR March 3. Recommendations include*Distributing II million of SUJS savings among the universities in proportion to their need,. SUS Chancellor Robert Maut, said, the savings were made by cutting all special programs possible from the current university system hvdget. *Petitioning Florida Lt. Goy, jim Williams to allow defernncnt of salary deficits into next year's budget. *Asking Williams to consider the possibility of suspending merit pay increases to all state employss. .Cutting next year's faculty positions by 2.5 per cent systemwide. *Shifting money budgeted for books, classroom, laboratory and maintenance equipment to pay ror rIsIng .atifiti~ es ts. filE ESTIMATED SSAX),(XX to S600.00) Uiiwould -ecene if the emergency 80R reallocationm i tributcd according to the committee's reconmmendat on is about $34iX)JMX more than Uladmantstrators expected. Maut/ and SUJS Vice CHancellor Kenneth Routwell proposed the SI million raised by the SUS should he distributed among state schools according to need rather than 'ire of budget. Victor Yellen, UF assistant to the vice president for academic affair, 'aid UF could save an additional SS0.0() by cutting a special appropriation to the Florida State Museum and UF operating expenses. ASSUMING UF receives 5600,000 from the reallocation, Yelloen said UP's deficit would be cut to 1720,000. Only one week ago UF taced a deficit of $1.71 million. A dministrators agree U F has done everything possible to reduce the deficit short of cutting salary expenditures. SALARY COSTS can be reduced by layoffs, voluntary service or suspension of merit pay increases. SUS Chancellor-designate E.T. York said given the gravity of the situation, major salary cost reductions 'must be considered." "But it must be done statewide. I don't think any one agency could do it." he said. (See "5115 pope jbur) egents favor prial lifto ad TO mis sions lim it s By KAREN MEYER Alligator Stalg Writer JACKSONVILLE -lhe Board of Regents tinance committee recommended Thursday the freeze on adnmssion at Florida's nme state universities be partially lifted. The committee recomnmendcd the freeze. which went into effect at the BOR's January meeting, be lifted with the exception of firsttime college students applying for fall quarter anid beyond. HOWEVER, the committee will put proposals before a March 3 meeting of the regents to lit the freeze completely fromn all state universities, with the possible exception of University of South Florida (USF) and Florida Technological University (FTU). All the proposals offered to the regents by the finance committee assure UF it will be allowed to receive incoming freshmen next fall quarter. The committee proposed excepting USF and PTU from the complete lifting of the freeze in order to eliminate undergraduates from these schools, transformi,'m them into two-year upper division colleges only. UNDERGRADUATES at these two universities would be gradually eliminated as they moved into upper division colleges. No undergraduate already enrolled would be forced out of his university. I he regents on Feb 3 arc expected I" approve the committee's recomnmendat ion that the breeze be partially lifted. It w Jl not be until a March 3 meeting of the regents that the freshmen freeze will be lifted hrnm UF and a .mji uacsmon made on the status of USF and FTU. according to BOR corporate secretary Hendrix (handler. All applications for enrollment during the 1975 spring and summer quarters will be accepted if the regents approve the partial lifting of the freeze at their March meeting. T HE ADMISSIONS proposals are designed to meet the governor's request that the state universities operate on a budget next year equivalent to or less than the current fiscal year's budget. The state universities are feeling the pinch of Florida's 5223 million fund shortage with a state-ordered $9.5 million cut to the BOR budget. Harris suggested the committee recoinmend another tuition bike, but members decided to place it on the March agenda. along with other alternatives, without a recommiendlation. "I DON'T believe the university system can any longer take the position that fee increase' can be avoided,' said Harris. One alternative for next year includes a tuition increase of SI per credit hour for undergraduates and $2 per credit hour for graduate students. Court questions Greeks in fall cheating inquiry pholo by efle ain" THELITLSTLGOA HL IE hlitIlfl husle r' Chuck Hall doomn't Chuck I. scheduled for a transplant In let diolyuis treatments twice a wink of February. The ulxth-grcder from Merritt Shtends TeachIng HrnpltaI stop him from Island enjoys chollwnglng strangers and dolng lhethIngs he love.o ir'hockey, claims he i on of the best oi'hockey pool. chbs. -anything choihanging. A players In the world. vIctim .4 kIdnqy failure, iO.yea'old By STUART EMMUICII AHlIgat.rStaN Wdtur Members of a UF fraternity and a sorority comprised the majority of 30 witnesses called to tesiy Thursday night at an Honor Court investigation lnao alleged cheating on fall quarter final exams, according to several SUrTCts. At least tine members of Tao Epsilon Phi Iraternity (TEP). and at least eight members of Delta Phi Episilon sorority (DPhiE), were subpoenaed by the Honor Court. the sources said. ACCORDING to Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish. many people "who we know art Innocent" were called to testify in hopes they could offer sonmc information. Marmish refused, however, to discuss the list of persons subpoenaed. TEP president Neil Gordon said he was aware that several members of his fraternity w.ere subpoenaed by the Honor Coon, but said he doubted if they were involved in cheating on the final exam In any coumc. 'The ones I have talked to seem to think it's a matter or flrecess, more or less a case of someone possibly cheating and they are being called in becaus, they were in the class," Gordon said. GORDON DENIED there was any possibility that TEP's might have worked together to cheat on the exam. "I'm always appalled at the fraternity block" stereotypes. Gordon said. 'If there was any cheating, and I doubt there was, it would have had to be on an individual basis." "I don't think the fraternity should be judged on what one or two individuals may have done." Gordon added. MOST OF ThE witnesses who testified Thursday night were called in connection with possible cheating on an Accounting 201 exam last quarter. Mannish said. Investigations into at least five othe, classes are going to be conducted by the Honor Court. Marnmish said. He refused to identify classes, "because we haven't even contacted the teachers in some classes."' Subpoenaed witnesses. who asked to remain anonymous said they were surprised to get subpoenaed and several said they had no idea why they were being called. ONE STUDENT, a member of TEP, said he first guessed the subpoena concerned his accounting class whon he found out Mrends of his in the class also gSt subpoenaed. "I had no idea at first why the Honor Cowlt would want to talk to me, and I still don't really know. I know nothing about aeiy cheating. (See "CourC' pare four)

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im port (UPI) -Presedent Ford hatie Irom the Demoeraticcontrolled (ongrcss 'Ihursday by iptsing higher tariffs on imported oil a' a first step mn hi' economic and energy programs. Rhe President signed a proclamation increasing import fees by 53 a barrel by April I I hi' will push up gasoline prices by at least three cents a gallon. according to White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen and Energy Administrator Frank Zarb. CONGRESSIONAL Democrats moved ahead twtth legislation to delay the tariff increase. Hut Ford Challenged the lawmakers to accept this and other pants of his energy package or come up with a "comprehensive alternative" he could accept. After signing the proclamation and meeting with governors of northeastern states concerned about higher prices for petroleum products. Ford held an impromptu news conference outside the White House west wing to explain his action fridayALA GEGO capsule Two GOP s enatfors s eek CIA probe WASHINGTON (UPI) *Displaying a catalogue of assassination tools. two Republican senators Thursday in.traduced a measure to create a House-Senate Committee to watch over the CIA. FBI and other mntelligence-gathering agencies Sens H-ow&ard Baker of Tennessee and Lowell Weicker of Connecticut. members of the old Senate Watergate Comnmittee. offered a resolution that would create a 34-member panel of House and Senate members. It presumably would implement recommendations that will be made by a newly created special Senate Committee which will investigate tIhe CIA and issue a report by Sept. In introducing the measure. Weicker displayed a catalog of booby-trapped cigarette cases, telephone receivers and flashlights offered for sale to the U.S. government for use abroad and which could be timed to explode in the user's hands. taX oil WASHING ION grabbed the inil, FEA it s dF ord ays plan prcs IUPI) -The Federal Enerby Administration said Thursday its studies sho, that President Ford's encrgs program would cost the average America, household an extra 5275 o0 $345 a year Almost halt the averagee increase would come in higher prices for plastics. synthetw Pibric'. metal goods. chemicals and other ien,' made ironi petroleum by-products or requiring large amounts of energy tbr their production PEA Cheit Frank Zarb and acting FEA Deputy Administrator, while predicting public support of Ford's energy plan. stopped short of predicting the Congress would fail in its efforts to stop the higher import tariff' on 7Zausner released two new PEA studies predicting Ford's program would cost the average American household an extra 5275 tp 5345 per year and saying a gasoline rationmng system would have much the same in. stationary effect without adding incentives to increase energy production. Simon request WASHINGTON (UPI) -The administration asked Congress Thursday to approve a 5109 billion increase in the national debt ceiling -a 17 per cent hike -by June 30, 3976. four days before the country celebrates its 200th birthday. Treasury Secretary William E. Simon asked the House Ways and Means Committee to increase the present 5495 billion ceiling toSS53I billion through June 3O of this year and to 1604 billion through the end of fiscal 1976. THE DEBT ceiling was 5362 billion on Jan. I. 1%69. and did not pass the 1400 billion mark until 1972. Committee members expressed shock at the size of the proposed increase, and Chairman Al Ulinman, D-Ore., told Simon it was unlikely the committee would extend the limit beyond the end of the current fiscal year. "That's a great Bicentennial present we're giving to the peopl e of the United States." said ranking committee Republican. Herman Schneebeli, Pa. While supporting the increased debt ceiling. Simon nonetheless warned that hard times await the housing industry and financially shaky companies if the government continues to drain loan money from the capital markets. gher debt The government announced Wednesday it was planning to borrow an additional 128 billion before the end of the fiscal year. "I cannot overemphasize the dangers that may be created by such mammoth deficits at the federal level nor can I urge upon you more strongly a plea ror maximum fiscal discipline during the life of the 94th Congress." Simon said. ATT atehik crtcized WASHINGTON (UPI) -The administration Thursday said a $700 million rate increase sought by American Telephone and Telegraph Co. was inflationary and should be suspended pending a formal investigation by the Federal Communications Commission. The recommendation from the Council on Wage and Prace Stability said the giant telephone combine "had not adequately justified arate increase of the magnitude which ii is seeking." The council was created to monitor inflationary trends in the economy. Our cartoonists, Wrightt ai Leave you Iaughinq all thu Page a Te independen, fodd. AJligMtOr, Frdd,7.January 24, 1975 energ: toup WASHINGTON impse "We liaw diddled and daindled long enough." he said," I think the American people want action. We have been on dead Center bor t'.o years. I here', been a lot ot talk but no real action." THE PRESIDENT signed the proclamation in an almost somber atmosphere, with only three aides and White House reporters present. Ford urged Congress to accept his strategy, rather than insist on proposals for gasoline rationing. Ford said his proclamation was "the first step downi the long and difficult road toward regaining our energy freedom." Ford's decision would put a SI tax on each barrel of imported crude oil in Febrauary, $2 in March and 13 starting in April and would drive up the price of almost every petroleum product in addition to gasoline. 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Th. independent Florida ANtgnio,, Friday, Jonucry 24 1975, Fog. 3 L ibrary scrimps on periodicals, book exchange By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer flhe UE main library will cut S42,i00 from its budget in an effort to meet the administration's austerity requests. At the same time, the $65,000 budget cut ordered for the UP law library is sull being discussed between library and administration officials TWO CHIEF methods will be used to make the 542.000 budget cut at the main library. "We're not going to bind periodicals,' Dr. Robert Bryan, UF vice president for academic affairs, said, following a Thursday afternoon meeting with Dr. Gustave Harrer. UIF main library director. UF will also cut back on exchanges with foreign libraries in an effort to make the required cuts. The administration had originally requested a 550,000 cot. "THERE'S NOTHING else we can do," Bryan said, indicating nothing will be done to get the additional S8,0XD. Subscriptions will continue to be bought, according to Bryan. Michael McKann main library acqusitions director. explained each year the library is informed of the budget they will have to work with by the beginning of fall quarter, after the money is allocated by the Board of Regents. At the beginning of this fiscal year, the acquisitions department was informed they had a book budget of S700,000. "WE NORMALLY try to spend money as soon as we can." McKann said. By Thursday. S469.00 had been spent and the remaining money from the 570,0 was tied up in orders. "What I've done is to project how much money we can come up with without getting into some kind of contractual difficulty.' MeKana said. He said there might be some problems cancelling orders, but said because most of them are small orders, legal trouble probably wouldn't result against the library. THE MAIN LIBRARY joined the Center for Research Libraries in an effort to save some money over a period of years. However. MoKarnn said not joining the Center's system, which has a Sl0,fl0 entrance fee, would help make on somec of the library deficit. With the Center's permission, UP could delay entrance io the system until the money situation improves. Thie Center for Research Libraries is an association which allows member libraries to receive inter-library loans within a shorter time than loans from other sources. A library book is very important, but we feel people important." said Victor Yellen, assistant to the vice president for academic affairs. adVERYTHINt gets cut befor people get cut.' he said. Yellen said he had been misunderstood in a previous Alligator story about budget cuts. HeI said he estimated if employs under the Education and General budget (all schools at UF except the J. Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences) took a vacation -day every month, within five months, it would be possible to save SI million. HE ADDED THIS was "just an idea." and no one had made recommendations whether to accept or reject the idea. Yellen also responded to the suggestion that all administrators earning over S2O.,00 be cut back to that figure, saying "that would have been alright if he had started last July I," He said the resulting savings would be far less than anticipated. "WE THINK we've done everything we can." Yellen said. "We have left no stone unturned. We've trying to find every dollar. "One problem with the Sunshine Law is that planning is done in public." he said. A lot of people are thus unnecessarily worried by the threat of being laid ofT their jobs. "Ho efiully we're not going to lay anybody off," Yellen said. AT THE UF law library, Director Grace W. Taylor said if the present situation continues. "We won't be able to meet our current cOflilitmenlts." 'We are going to make every effort to maintain a current collection." she said, The law library has been asked by the UP administration to cut their present budget by T65,EO. "WE HAVE NO private contributions to the library as such." Taylor said. "We are not pursuing this source." The library is hesitating to cancel their subscriptions because it is often impossible to buy copies after cancellation. Block renamed SGP head Steve Block was renamed as Student Government en. tertainment chairman Thursday by the SG Ekecutive Committee. Se pwograhn and production coordinators were not chosen because not enougth students applied for the two positions. Block will continue tooversee all SOentertainment and will -~ make recommendations for produclioc and progflm coerdittatorn at thd text executive committee meeting scheduled for Feb. 6. Withim .i car the law solumeic usulb go nit wfpim atcordmig to I aa or "PUBLISHERS are not producing any surplus copies to speak of," she said. 'Contmnuations w.ill rake the entire budget we have left." The American Bai Association and Association of American Law Schools will send an accreditation inspection Cemi t' I -WedncsdIav.,bu( I nitir 'aui. 'We are under ni p rcssurec Io me ace. edit at on req u remuenVs. even wIithfh library cuts D3i Jloseph Julm, dean ii the U F law school. will meet with Harrer and UF administration officials nexd week to determine what can be done to solve the problem of the ordered cut-backs. photo by geovge kochonlec Ir. With spring still two months away, love oppeorm to infinite dimensions in th. middle of a grmy Jlinuary hove no season on the LWF campus, blooming in its afternoon. L aw center prFovideOs stud entis with trinigi By LUNDA WISNIEWSI Allgator Staff Writer UP law students from the Center For Governmental Responsibility attended aconference in Washington D.C. last spring and met Tom Sussman, chief council of the Adnministrative Practice and Procedure Subcommittee. Sussman asked Jon Mills, director of the UF center, to prepare a study of the Freedom of Information Act which had recently been vetoed by President Gerald Ford. THE STUDY turned out by the UP students formed the basis of a successful recommendation by the subcommittee, headed by Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., that Ford's veto be overridden, according to Ian Alberghini, a committee staff assistant. The Center for Governmental Responsiblity, located in the Spessard Holland Law Center. was also contacted by the state energy committee to do research, Mills said. Mills appeared before the state energy committee last week in Tallahassee and presented a paper that analyzed the state's "opportunities and alternatives in dealing with the energy crisis." THE RESEARCH conducted by the center is done by UF law students under the direction of Mills and the center's staff. Approximately 25 students each quarter work at the center, with a turnover of about eight students per quarter. Mills said. The students receive three hours of credit the first quarter they woratthe, cent, butothey ar"e usal reutaind thre or on. he said. TIE LAW STUDENTS are chosen to work at the center according to their record in law school, Mills explained,. The 1,enter first attracted national attention when it did a iwudy of the executive impoundment issue in 1972. ONE YEAR LATER the Josephine-MacIntosh Foundation. which funded the impoundment study, decided to finance a permanent research group at UF. Mike Macintosh, president of the foundation, said the fo'.jnoatmons decision to finance the center was "a natural evolution emanating Ironm the executive impoundment study.'' The foundation provided the center with approximately SIIE,0tE to finance the executive impoundment study 'to determine the constiutionality of administrative action'' of executive impoundments, Macintosh said. THlE CENTER received Sl70,0 from the foundation this year to finance its research and plans next year to receive 5200.000. The center also gained state funds totaling 345001 to conduct research on energy consumption in Florida. Mills said. "THE NEWSLETfER explains the topics we're doing resarch on and when the research will be available." he said. One ofthecenter's students. Kent Fulton, 3LW. worked on the Freedome of Information Adt study. hulton said working in the center is a good experience because "you get exposure to things you don't normally see by clerking (internship." and added, "it gives you a good background for cases on a federal level." DUKE WOODSON, 3LW, worked on the paper the center prepared for the state energy committee. Woodson said the energy paper sent to Tallahassee was a "preliminary report which was basically a legal analysis of federal and state powers in energy matters." "The energy committee wanted to know about the legal aspects of theer tentative proposals. One of the committee's proposals is to have appliances labeled according to their energy effectiveness," Woodson said. TE CNTER concluddthe stat could adopt voluntary Students are encouraged to work for credit the first quarter they work, but for additional quarters they are paid 53 an hour for a IS-hour work week. Most of the students' research is done "in the law library." Woodson said. The students also write to congressiona committes to get the results of hearings that were held on the subject they're researchingg" he said.

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Pug. 4.Th. independent MRondo Ailigetor, Mdoy, Jonuory 24. 1975 WHAT'S HAPPENINGi H, S IEVE PROCKO Alligator Staff Writer i QGA F-OR WOMEN: sponstiredI h\S iitlcnt Health Sers ices, is for women win want In slm, down and lone up I hr group elli do viga e'er St-S. I scius' tlt and sell arid ides which aileet appearances Ilhis is a tree program i Ior further nminimat in C all 392 I t71or go Inronim,31of heliniira METAMORPHOSIS FLEA MARKET: is beiiw held thru -ech -, e'ery day Ironm 1) .i m to S p ml .1t 212 SIIs! Ar I-tv further in formiation ciii U' N78h' hILLEL SERVICES: wilb ld loday v Is inp tcoQCCIe hs dinner at S 54 p m IP!ce lor dinner is i2 for remembers. $2 25 for ,innmemibers I or Itirther inifmition Liii V2-39X0) SCIENCE FICTION MEETING: of the Student Libertarian Movement w ill be held tomiht at 8 im the I, WVaynie Reil, IUnion., onm 154) Fhr further iormation ci!' 0'8t434. I NT E RVA R S ITY C HR I ST IA N FELLOWSHIP: 'ill hold a Focus meeting. Fun and Frolics onight at 7.30 at I 301 NW ,list Drive. For further information call 3781)759 LITERATURE AND LUNCH: Christian Science College Organiration will hold a literature distribution today Irom~ 11:45 anm. to I pm A luncheon "ill be held simultaneously mi room ISOG of the J. Wayne Reil, Um'un. I-or further informat 'on call 373-1850. CAREER SERVICES MEETING: rhe Career Service Enmployes Federation will meet Sac urday at 330 pam. at the Episcopal Student Center For further information call jV7458 or 378-5229. WESTERN HORSE SHOW: Newherrv I-inure IFarmners ot A merica WFFAl will hold a hr,e show haturdas startmgi at It) i m the toot ball field of New~ berrs Tr -Sr H igh School \tlnission s 54) sen's (JRGANI( GARDENING CO-liP: will meei ',iturd1ai at l0 3fia mi it the garden ILJIatd on Radio Road tbetwetn SW 34th St and Mu 'seumi Road Eni I hose interested in coining Ice is $,3 for a II) X 24 tooi 1101 w ith use of tools and wauer hookups. MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE: "illhex }ueIl Saluvdas at 9 p mi mi Underground Sledd ot the Murphrcc' Area. Admission Is tree Ftoi further imtorma.tion call 392-'4b6 BRUNCH, DANCE AND NEWSPAPERS Hillel 's holding a brunch Sunday at IIa~. Israebi I ancemg at S p.m. and finally a ( halul, Newspaper nicetng sir 9 p m. All at t hr Hillel foundation located at lb NW 18th St REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT BRIGADE: will meet Sunday at 8 pm. in thc I. Wayne Reflr Union. room 355-56. For further information call 373-5988. ANTI-IMPERIALIST COALITION: will hold a presentation. "The Truth about Vietnan,. Sunday at 2 p.nm. in the 3. Wayne Reitz Union, 2nd floor Auditorium. For further information call 373-5988. ARTS AND SCIENCES: Student Council "ill meet Monday at 4-30 p.m. in Anderson Hall. room 103. For further information call 3922154. WOMAN'S AWARENESS GROUP: A growth oriented group involving both formal program and informal discussions will be held Monday afternoons from 1:30 to 3:3; p.m. on the third floor of the Infirmary. For further information call 392-1171. FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet Monday at 4 45 pm. in the Conmtans Theatre. For further information call 392-1093 or 3922037. Court VFrr,,, page (nl' I b.lked to somne people who heard rumfhtr5 ibour stolen tests or somtthiig like that, hut ihcs rcalls tldiil' krn. anything cuther." he .adeltl A MEMBER OF l)I'lui said she was also sLrlprisedI when she iccied~~ a subpoena. because 'I rever es en look that course tac0 Unltmg il She stud several ,t her friends from the sorority w ho were in the accounting class also were subpoenaed, but added she didn't know wh[y the Honor Court would call her. Marm ish con firmed that several person were subpoenaed who were not in the classes involved. but were triends of the class members. "WE WANT to talk 1o as many people as possible 10 try and get soni information." he explained Although several sources charged the Honor Court investigation as a "fishing expedition designed to rind sonme scapegoats" and increase the prestige of the court. Marnmish said these accusations were false. "We have eyewitness accounts (of cheating u r i g ) I i s t h i n g i s n o t a f i s h i g e x (From, page one) MAUTZ SAID he was uncertain whether lismiissals or salary cuts were legal if they ,,olated contracts. Maut, said career service enmployes iwith less than six month service can be legally laid oIl. However. Mautz said, the cost of unemplovnment compensation knight outweigh salary savings. Yellen estimated F [UF employes agreed to work without pay one day each month for five months the savings could equal SI million. THlE COMMITTEE recommended the Regents w've Mauti authorization to '.rhe Williams requesting permission to defer salary deficits io next 'ear's budget. Mautz said it is easier to spread the deficit over a full year than make nird-year cuts in an already committed budget. A photo by *rlc PAUL MARMISH .Honor Court Attorney General pedition." Marmish ,aid. H-e added the Honor Court would know more about which ways the investigation was going after talking to the first 30 students r'hursday night. More than 200 witnesses, including some graduate students, might be subpoenaed byI the Honor Court. Marmish said. Mautz said that Florida Governor Reubin Askew requested next year's budget not exceed the 1974-75 budget. This will force UF to cut faculty positions by 2.5 per cent. YELLEN SAID UF's general education colleges would have to cut 30 faculty positions. Since college deans have predicted 50 positions will be vacant next fall due to normal attrition. Yellen said layoffs are not needed. "We'll only fill 20 of the 50 vacancIes." he said. THE PROPOSED reduction in operating capital would limit book and equipment purchases. Yellen said "In a recession you have to give up some consumer goods." he said. Operating capital %avings will go to pay U Fs rising utility bill. This year iir races all1 millo OPutility deficit.

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+ RAW HONEY+ Wyrosdick Honey Bees $ 4Citnu Wild FRower 80 b. * South Florida Wild Flower + * 500 lb. in your own0cotai.nr Downtown 4 F* "+ Farmer's Malrket $ A rcher Saturdays on ly 495-2883$ 44S S S S S S44 S1 II -_ CiA If'en only jr bewt will IMPORT DIAMOND EVENT We have lust received a direct import of loose %A ct. brillant cut diamonds and offer you this opportunity to buy the way lewelers do You select a loose diamond of the quality and grade thot fits your budget. 'A Ct. Diamonds Grade A-I A-2 B-I B-2 B-3 you for for for for for 66o.oo 540.00 587.00 535.00 485.00 2/3 Ct. Diamonds Grode A-i for 865.00 A-2 for 690.00 A-3 for 615.00 S~AVE 0 PLUS we will set the diamond you choose into a 14K gold solitaire mounting from our wide selection. FREE OF CHARGE "Your Professional Jeweler for Over Half a CentUry IN THE GAINES VILL MALL cuts f ng ticket appeal mne, softens blow Downtown SFanner's Market on SW 1st and SW 2nd Fresh fmit and vegetables, plants and shnhs and handicrafts.' W ed. & Sat. biological rh slow down. pattern. To sleep till you to get up hours It'si o'An pattern fatiguing as What can ythm whereby our body processes Each of us has his or her own determine yours, go to bed and wake up naturally and feel ready this is usually from six to nine important for yod to gauge your for too much sleep is just as too little. a per., with asthma &o to avoid at, asthma attack? If an allergy has been discovered, an attempt should be made to avoid the offending substance. If this is impossible. desensitizing shots fla' be helpful. Some common allergyB, L)EBBlII IERI AllIgator Staff Writer Parking lInes can put xiru[u dent ii .in' students itidget. 'iii appealing the ticket Gator halfback lames Richar(Is. AIM, acked up u'gh t tickets tot.'ri S60 or parking in rong decal irea' and t ow-aw, 'ones on campus. "I DON'T think I should have 1o pay l hen they sell more decals than they have spaces.-the football payer sai ihsapel line in half and promised t&o~ ker it to $20 it he shows hut receipt tor purchasing a decal "Having a reasonable excuse can reduce a fine tram 25 to 50 per cent,' Chief Justice Bruce Singer explained. UNIVERSITY Police Department (UPD) officers wrote 3,658 traffic tickets ini the first two*weeks of Janury.^About95 prcent'are parking violations -mostly for having no decal or being in the wrong area." UJPD Sgt Richard White said. THE TRAFFIC court daily receives approximately 50 appeals trom students. Singer estimates that 80 per cent are "acted upon meaning they're reduced" When UPD slips a ticket on someone's windshield, the driver has three days to either pay the fine or appeal to the traffic court. Alternatives are pleading guity and paying the full fine. or pleading guilty with an excuse. or pleading not guilty anid trying to get it reduced. PLEADING Ruilty with an excuse means turning in a written appeal on a form from the UPD Annex near lennings Hall One of six associate traffic justices reviews the circumstances of the ticket, weighs the excuse and makes a decision on the fine. The verdict comes in the mail. Kathi Fichera. 2UC. felt unsafe walking INSIDE INF Editor', note: Inside Informathon is a weekly feature In, the Independent Florida Alligator, providing reader, with authoditathve InformatIon on all aspect. of pernonai hesith and polllS of the Student Health Sen Ice. Bring your quesdnes t. Rooni 305 iWayne Relt. Union or th. lobby of the Student Health Service. For further Information plea contact the Health Education Office at the Student Health Service .Room 237,. What happens when you get the flu? Flu seems to come on suddenly. You may notice chills, fever, headache, backache. muscular pains, and lack of appetite. Other common discomfits include a cold, sore throat, dry cough, weakness, pain or burning in the eyes, sensitivity to light, and nausea. Temperature goes up quickly during the first day -usually to 101 or 202. Then it reaches a peak, probably 103. Your temperature then may go down gradually over a few days. Or it may go down quickly only to rise again on the third day. Fever usually lasts about three days. But it may go on for as long as seven days. As your temperature begins to go down, you"may notice more stuffiness and coughing. After that do not be surprised if you feel overly tired for a week or more. How do yew tell how much sleep you should get? No one knows why we need to sleep or what sleep is -but we do know that it's a natural Iltime to lBroardI Ilh Itonm ier l-raternii( H t er k irg p lice S he decided o ignore tieci I 'tri"""'i and'' ri'katiket Slht got toone bor eath dat F! CHERA, nt fir', cm ott ender,. appealed ul her tin was et tronm S I)or both tickets We con"'dei w hs .i 'tudei"' h.ad to park GllgalI. and w.e look it the past record. 's'ingtr said "We lean toward I educing fines, especially tot first offenders." Pleading not guilty requires an appearance n Ia tilecourt along with the police oficer, to BECAUSE Of' severe parking piilIems on campus, Singer said most students are guilty ol the violation But occasionally. "someone has a special pass the cop didn't see, or the bill goes to the wrong person." hose who still unhappy with the verdict of the traffic cot can appeal to the Parking and fransporation"Comn''te compoed o nine faculty members and five students. Singer warns, however, that the committee is less lenient than the court and can impose a higher fine than the one appealed. U F law s tu dent sought for board The Boardot Masters (BOMlneeds a second or third year law student to f"il a vacancy on the board. The BOM deals with problems that arise concerning the student body constitution and are responsible for interpreting the contit ut ion Anyone interested can contact the Honor Court. 364 1. Wayne Reitz Union, or call 3921631. Undergraduate students arc also needed to help the Honor Court investigate possible violations in the Honor Code. CIRIATION producing substances are -house dust, feathers. molds. animal dander,, sheep wool. pollen (from grasses, weeds, flowers and trees), textile, and some foods (especially fish, eggs, peas and nuts). If sections seem to play a role in initiating attacks, medical advice should he sought in the early stages of inesses with cold or flulike symptoms. Emotional factor, are often most difficult to uncover, to evaluate, and to control. Attempts to find creative ways of gratifying dependency needs and engaging in esteemproducing activities may provebeneficial. An attempt to stay calm during an attack can sometimes reduce the severity of the symptonms. Large, highly industrialized urban areas tend to be associated with air pollutants which can precipitate an attack. If these car be avoided, attacks may be less frequent. Each asthmatic should keep a diary in which he attempts to describe the environnmental. emotional and general health factors surrounding each attack. This is often the most valuable information in uncovering the specific factors most important in his particular case. Whet. I. the safest tIm,. to, -y shored.? Induced abortion is safest between sin and 12 weeks following the last normal menstrual period. Physicians performing induced abortions consider seven to 10 weeks as the optimal time from the standpoint of simplicity and ease of the procedure. Most complications occur with those abortions performed after the 13th to 14th week, but, in proper hands. these are also rare. What happens to you when y. have ho blood sugar? Blood sugar (glucose) is the only fuel which brain cells and other nerve tissues can use for oxidation into energy. Therefore, with low levies of blood sugar, one's thinking and orientation becomes clouded. Onie may develop headaches, trembling of the hands, excessive perspiring (signs of increased nervousness) and eventually corn. 3r si

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Pbg. 6. Th. Independen, FMordo AJIg.,or. Frdoy Jonuary 24. l97s EDITORIAL Tree power I he truth is finally out -blame it on the trees. Nader lied, the environmentalists misled us with false predictions of doomsday. But thanks to some brave souls from Detroit, the truth is finally out. Trees and plants are almost as responsible for certain kinds of air pollution as are automobiles, Chrysler officials told the Enviromental Protection Agency last week. A Chrysler vice president testified that even if Automobiles were completely abolished, some areas of the country would fail to meet clean air standards. And not just because of heavy industry. Hydrocarbons are given off by everything from pine trees to crab grass. Who would have thought it? Why didn't the historians tell us the world was in danger of severe air pollution centuries ago when we had all those trees? Nonsense? Maybe so. but the testimony was given, and the reason was a request by the auto industry to delay by one year the enactment of the Clean Air Act scheduled to go into effect in 1977. The act calls for much stricter standards of emission control then are now required. The hearings have suddenly taken on a much greater significance because of a proposal by President Ford to defere the new standards for five years in return for a verbal pledge from Detroit to improve average gas mileage by 40 per cent by -8 A verbal pledge? It took five years of legal hassels with the industry to come to an agreement on current controls. The Chrysler folks also said it would cost their customers about $6 billion extra if their 1977model cars have to conform to the tough new standards. But they failed to mention a few other facts. Like the results of a study by the National Academy of Sciences last year indicating automobile emissions accounted for about 4,000 deaths annually and four million worker absence d ays a year. The study also pointed out that from $500 million to $3 billion could be saved by preventing adverse health effects from auto emissions,. Combined with reductions in damages to materials and plant life the study estimates a possible saving of between 2.5 billion and 10 billion a year with cleaner air. Ford's proposal is part of his energy-saving package designed to help make the nation independent in terms of fuel production. Relaxation of the standards would improve average gas mileage by about 40 percent, we are told. So far Congress has been silent on the subject of relaxing air standards. We hope they speak up on it soon. Surely there are other means of energy conservation and new energy sources to be tapped. One area that President Ford seems to be overlooking is federal assistance in expanding mass transit throughout the U.S. which would not only reduce fuel consumption, and emissions but bolster the economy as well. One final word on that verbal agreement from Detroit. The National Observer reported last week that new catalytic converters now on most 1975 cars are really working. They seem to be cutting down on carbon-monoxide and hydrocarbon pollution and even seem to be improving gas mieage'. Of course there Is stilt one problem -the new converters are also producing enough sulfuric acid to begin to bother people with respiratory diseases within two or three years. Way to go. Detroit. Brand new Congress. same old problems. The 44th Congress is here-hut like the 93rd, 92nd. .it will soon leave us with nothing, except-the same old problems. Faith in our Congress, faith in our President. faith in the Economy-hal How can we? The economy is in its worst recession since post World War IIL The President takes two months to reach any decision, no matter how minor or major. And to Congress, I dedicate the rest of this column. TODAY, Congress bickers sbout how much of atax-break to give the American public. This should be an easy decision, as it will surely win votes. But my major area of concern is when a crucial decision arises. Wbat do the big shots do when an important bill comes up before the House and Senate? Naturally, ft will cause sonic headaches during the next election or reelection. so the bill is kindly saved for "later."' The dudes in Washington are now wondering if they should amend a recent bill overpowering Ford's right to charge an import tax on oil. The questen now is. what will be done with the threedollars gained per barrel of oil. No doubt, it will eitlhcr go into buying a new jet fighter bomber or to build a superhighway so we can drive our cars around. Sounds crazy: no? The car manufacturers and the economy have recently laid off over 300.000 American workers. Again, what is Congress doing? A tax-break is their answer.Dammiit, we don't want a tax-break--we want a job! WITH ABOUT a third of a million people out of work now, just think how many will be unemployed in 10 or IS years. Soon, (believe it or not) our precious supply of oil will become depleted. This documentd fact plus the present trend of Increasing automobile prices, will yield about 75,0 more unemployed workers. But yet, everyone in Washington sits; waiting and watching. Okay, enough criticism for the time being. I will now introduce some solutions to these problems. An extra three dollars for a barrel of oil is a lot of money for the government. The question of what to do with this revenue must have entered someone's mind. Why not take this money and develop r L The Independent Florida Alligator Gi Gmetacsn JlOHN S DORIENECH GUEST COLUiWNIST a much nettled mass-transit system. Not just a hokey bus line, but a really effective system where each person will only have to walk a maximum of two blocks either way to catch a ride. WITH A dash of gumption on the part of Washington, I fail to see why this can't be accomplished. This mass-transit system will drastically reduce car sales and oil consumption. But while the transition from automobile to mass transit is taking place, the Big Three can change also, thus keeping our workers employed. (Now quick thinking person may assert that the Big Three can make more coins off of car sales that, they would from selling a bus, or the like. Yes, this is true. but they have no choice. Our supply of oil is limited. If nothing Is done, a few years from now there will be rationing, so aain car sales will be down. And, as beibre, more workers will walking the streets.) Again, the supply of resources enters the picture. This n mass transit system will definitely need a source of fuel to its passengers to and fry. This leads precisely into my sen solution. The money gained from the tan impord cam be used to investigate, find and develop a ne source of energy. And I. don't mean electrioltyl I cannot guess which resource wwill draw upon next. But I can say that our need hor a new energy source is common knowledge. OH INDEED, it will be a monumental task convincing Ford, GM and Chrysler that their days of reaping huge profits are over. They can still make money, but the profits will not be as high. But with millions of dollars In net income involved, I can see no reason for closing up shop and sending American people to the welfare rolls. ovid S-ith Ml,,in-cddMf n.Md Kin Naw. Editor l-aiWood Monoging ESilo, DtbIrumi. -y Sutar l.E Touy' bosth ....wolimie l -nt c.yhp .Co.a.ntuenesmI -er T MA* M. ..............co ni oern M flmom. .--. -.A rt @Ue~ ntoMr ky"M isn ..Am awgc an q. Donna bro ......pcA&iseng Counslt Lynd. 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Things should "A leader is bei "lien he is neither seen nmi heard [ao-tuu. (ih centi'rc Dr. Robert C Marsion.Aug I I94 True to his words. Robert Marsirn has chosen not to cause a stir or ripple the waters of the State University System's (SUS) currently stagnant pond. NOT THAT I expected a whirlpool, or even moderate swells from our new president, but faced wtith the fact that Gov Askew and his cabinet have ordered a 563 million cut in spending for all Florida schools some kind of reaction is in order. Alas, it won't be coming from Dr Marston At least not loud enough to be heard in Tallahassee, where a task force of U F administrators learned Wednesday that they are faced with the prospect of more cutbacks and asking personnel to volunteer for extra workdays without pay. And, for those of you who haven't been paying attention lately. Tallahassee is also the place where legislators the like of Senate President Dempsey Barron have been calling for what amounts to the blood of the SUS. YES, FORGET the fact that you have been sitting in the aisles olf overcrowded classrooms, or requested books from a library that can't afford to buy new ones. or, if you happen to be a graduate assistant, tried to get a contract that says you'll have a job through June, Forget all that, because Barton and certain of his cronies are intent on making the educational situation even grimmer, It's like Bo Didley said: 'Things should be better, hut they gonna get worse." At his tmauguration lasM Friday. Dr Marston would have done well to take his cue from Gerry Ford. At least President Winkim'. Blinkin' and Nod sees it lie it is. Namely ''[he state of the union universityy) is not good." Perhaps Dr. Marston takes for granted that "e all real things are not as they should be and sees no sense in beating an over-ilated honse to death, OR MAYDE. he tinmks that as a treshmen member of Florida's educational hierarchy it is a bit presumptious for him to start shaking things up so early in his presidency But, let's take a look at what the legislature plans to do with a bit of' the money trimmed otT the '"fat'" oh the SUS and see why Marston should be raising hell. Last year our friends in Tallahassee Appropriated $3 niillion to turnish the House and Senate chambers of the new capital That' rght .53 million to help buy plush carpetng and S600 leather upholstered chairs. Granted, the new capital needs to he furnished somiLho\4. but after so much legislative jawboning about 'austerity'' tne would think they might take heed of their own words, and look for cheaper seats and a durable. low cost carpet. Or. if they insist on the new drapings. perhaps they could thilo. the example set here at UF -save some bucks bs shutting oft heating and air conditioning at noon r 'Red Editor. In reply to the Alligator staff writings of January 15. entitled "UF and the Red Tape Jungle", we submit that Bob Gordon. in spite of a well documented case. may also have 'blown it" as far as his conclusions regarding the Administration are concerned. MR. GORDON'S article, while self-condtradictory. does address some teal and valid problems: perhaps the most basic and elusive of these is how to accommodate the individual needs of 28.0W0 students with limited staffing and dwindling funds. To paraphrase Abe Lincoln. 'you can't do right by all of the people all of the time". Obviously, as Bobhis, there is no single or simple solution to the administrative dilcmnma of' registration. The great fallacy, or oversight, which he and many others share, is that no one in the Administration care. The fact is. an incredible number of people are extremiely conernid as to the impact of administrative policies mn students. Their decisions don't always suit everyone, but, then. there is usually very little leeway given to the University fbr the implementation of' State tape jungle statutes and regulations. As Bob notes. the size of the University alone causes many problems. What I don't buy is his conclusion that this is caused by some sort of mass '*b ur e a ucr ati i tn competence". On this point Mr. Gordon is either uninformed or sadly naive., I CAN personally introduce you to dozens of adninistrators who are as qualified as an inm their field, the tragedy Is that there are far too fesw of them and they are often significantly overburdened. Ihis isn'i to say that there aren't any incompetent and its administrators are not in-. sensi e to the needs of the student bods By and large. I would 'enture to say that the adniinstraiors spend a ged be better but. IN ADDITION h te e decorations iii ldllahhssee. Pre siden t Ba rrtn hI) jpp, 0'ed a %NX) (fl b otdget to install Jn ultri-modern conmmunIcations system. nith television milImtors at every desk for his Senate colleagues Not that the si stem wulkin 'I be useful It would produce bill h istorn infornmation and scraps of data that would normally cost time in finding It would also be the most sophisticated network of comlunlcations in any 'tate legislature or the Congress LUselul, but frivolous And "wile "e are on the subject of excess in the legislature. perhaps Barton should take lessons from Dr Marston on how BO B MOR RIS ST AFF WR IT INGS to thrm. a cheap party For his inauguration, which was only the seventh such occasion in the history of [UF, Marston took the right step by cutting the festivities to the barest necessities -rnm an original budget of 5I9.O00 down to about S3,00. I hat's riot mtich for a two-day celebration that came conpicke with a concert and cocktails for student, state and university leaders Why, only the week before. Barron needed 51.000 just bor a one-night bash, for no apparent purpose, that was attended by only legislators and their wives. And,. yes, that 51.000 did conmeout of the state kitty. On the bright side though. it should be pointed out that Barron tailed to convince Speaker Don Tucker of the need for a fancy communications system, complete with new desks, in the House. Maybe Tucker didn't like the idea of teak desks for the House while the Senate received customied niade ebony models. After considering the usefulness of the equipment I ucker said. "It's not a bad idea, but my initial reaction is that the cost doesn't justify the convenience." GOOD FOR Mr. Tucker. but not quite good enough. That still) leaves almost 54 million that will be used to make the legislature just a bit more cushier. Now, to put all this in perspective we are told that the SUS's share of the overall cutback will amount to approximately 58.5 million -which will mean that UF must chop off about 33 per cent of it's 1974-75 budget. t hat should buy plenty of carpets and desks. But what the cutback should ideally do is cause Dr. Marston to come down hard on the kind of legislative chicanery exemplified by Barron But what did the new president of the state's "Flagship linncrsity" have to say about it last Friday? 'Quite frankly, here in Florida we have not seen the kind of statewide commitment to excellence that one has seen over the years for some universities in other states'' And, quite frankly Dr. Marston. that's just not strong enough. is inaccurate deal more time trying to anticipate student needs than the students and Alligator staff writers spend trying to understand the difficulty and complexity of managing an organization of this size. As far as individual students themselves are concerned, a great deal of trauma and hassle could be avoided if they would only read(really read) the in. tormiational materials which are available. By far, a solid majority of questions addressed to Student Accounts personnel are answered by materials already in the students' possession. in addition, the "'University Digest' reports registration. scholarship. and loan information at relevant times during each quarter. ENOUGH OF lectures. The Independent Florida Alhgator Doug 0.aI En.ntainmflaitr Ron Cunninghom~ Aflsc101 Editor Georg* KochOfli*C Jr Photo mEder Grfg Former Spoe Editor Mmdi Karnoc AiMa News Editor 'I Neither my ramblings nor Bob Gordon's will help pay the rent, but, hopefully,. exchanges suchi as ours will promote some degree of universal appreciation for each other's problems, Aside from that, only a true attitude of concerned cooperation will help ease the pain of registration for adnilnistrators and students alike. Joseph P. Hough University Controller Michael R. Harris Associate Controller Th* independent FMorid. MIlgctor. Frdcv. January 24 1975, Pag.?7 Total Owo me n [-DI FOR f-ar he it. Mrs Killingsworth, for me to set myself up as an t'xperl On marital counseling, tlll leave that to you), but I could Golay's "Total feeling response not read Lesjie article Woman'' Strong on the without visceral I WAS the' "[otal Womn"n 4s you describe her. for 10 years. after w hich time I got exactly what I deserved, -he left nie for a young woman who tells him when he should do the dishes, or take out trash, or when he may or may not take a nap. Oh yes. he was a demii-god on a pedestal to me. and I bent myself every which way like a pretzel to please him, so he would love me more. Here's only one large flaw in your reasoning. Mrs. Killingsworth. -that being, that selfless. worsh ipin g, Tot al Women' Ian Doormats are never respected by those for whorl they sacrifice so much. Ever read "The Story Of 0"? (you should), It's an exaggeration (to extremes. admittedly), of the "fotal Woman concept. '0" subjugated her total personality to her lover's wishes, to pleasee hine s believing that therein lay her true happiness. (Sound The ota EDlTOR: Want to make whitey happy? Answer his every whim "yes master. no master." That is the advice of the instructor of the Total Slack. Inc. course, currently being taught The course. subtitled. "How to Get White to Adore You.' was designed for blacks who want to make whitey happy. The soft spoken speaker assured the group they would "be the happiest blacks in Gainesville" by the time the course ends. The basic ground rules: Be available to whitey at all times even if you are a working black, Think of yourself as a super black and be eflamuiliar') She had no sense of worth or value except that reflected by himi I SERIOUSLY question ii there can be any such thing as love without respect. Ore's sense of worth and one's happiness should never he based on someone else. Each Qwiman has to have her &iwni sense ot worth inside herself. and create her own happiness. or it isn't any iwod, (or what happens w.hen the someone ekse leaves') Also, the way you recoinmend that wives treat their husbands. makes them come off sounding like immature. pitifully weak spoiled babies who must be catered and condescended to, -a discription I would find outrageously offensive and insulting were I a mature, self-respecting male. SURELY we've come a longer way than this in the understanding of both sexes as human beings. Isn't about time the old role-playing games ended with a hasty demise, including the archetypical adoring, long-suffering, self-effacing 'Total Woman and the easily bredspo iled b aby May the crash resound! "Quicksilver' SI blc ticienit in do the things you Blacks must accept, admire, appreciate and adapt themselves to whitey's way of lire. In answer to question concerning black liberation, say, "I feel blacks are equal but I believe in letting the white be the leader. Ill stand beside him no matter what," Substitute woman for black and husband for whitey, and you have several excerpts from the Alligator article. Wednesday. January 22. 1Q75. Suzanne Stefanac. UF emiployc Norma Johnson. 2UC Ia i --a

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Tb Is ag' a Pug, 8. Th. Independent florida AI~gato, Fridoy Jonuory 24. 1973 Univ 'it st ,ons Services to commune ofIcanocs ,fmp,; ',.t ,nto,,fatOfl to studns acly& le s t ,1r thr U neeS,%ty 0* Florid, H e re 'kabostyour office, your laboratory, your dormitory, the classroom you occupy to Terepotthtidft youfe oelgtbl r erenrg chirmng mdite csuderir amnahed.r Wh at Y ou -= = "="at: telephone 392-1143. C a ne D oeer eepoeistuet sasoueyneeded. Eachaoeots. And it coss te dparmen inwhih i's nanad otiyin th plnt iviionthrughyour department chairman to remove a telephone Is one way of saving some of that T o H e lpT Hbbdly-neded Operating Expense m tme-. y.ne ge~~~~~~fevelop habit turning utlight. vr iete'enti s.Cli ree director of the physical p-n divslan, said thin appil. to all types at lighting, Incliing ~~~~flourescent. He said it I, no Icager -or ecantedeal to laefloureacant lights burning than to continually turn them off andcii. In abort, Cal Grate says that "thrifty" man in S a v emerc bnosexclywat he's doing Wirn he switches off his desk light every Utilitys oth ern ahie Utility SpeakIng of Xerox machines, Greene says that hundreds of dollars, could be saved if O SSC used, btIf it's turned at only once during a day for an hour or two, thsn thut down for the C otsrest at the day, cawnsdrble savings will result. Intensive -s of a machine during its scheduled time Is much laeaS oty than leaving the maine -n Lr Intarmittent use. 0 Make sure all power communing eqmdpmuit in laboratories, nokihips and research areas Is used wily when necessary and not left In power cauning codo.s hun not inanse. Don't occupy rains that demand lighting unless absolutely wesary. Greene said that It Is canmon an campus to -e ate or two per.s occupying a diaa o r work space with all the lights burning while next door the same thing Is happening. CONSOIDATE. You might even find It coier. Make sure every electric hot plate, every hot water heater, every water cooler, every other typedf gadget with a line plugged Into the wail i absolutely necmsary. And, If it Is, turi-it off when not In use. oGreen. said that exterior lighting posed a particular problem because It i essential for safety and security. In fact, adequate exterior lighting was considered so essential by students two years ago that Student Government gave the University P35,00K to install more lighting. Greene said that It Is Iznposslble to turn off alternate exterior lights because the circuitry does not permit it. However, Greene said that it might be possible some exterior lighting Is not needed. He urges students to report places where they think exterior lighting can be eliminated to the Office of Student Serivees, telephone 392-I2EI. That office will then pass along suggestions to the physical plant division. Greene Maid that athletic field lighting ii controlled by time clocks and that he does not have enough work force to constantly check the fiekI& to extinguish lights when they're not in use. He urges students who feel certain athletic field lighting could be curtailed by different hours of operation should notify the Intramural, Office, 392-481. Thy et Universyo Flriat isa Eul

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Ti. Ind.p.nd.n~ Florid. AJIigoor. Fddcy, .Mnu.ry 24 ?975. Pog.9 States The following statement On Collective bargaifing was adopted by the Hoard of Regents at its mueting In St. Petersbrg January 3t) The Board of Rejents has recelvedl requests from various groups ckaizrg to represent certain renters of the faculty for recogittlin under the new labor law and the Rules sand Regulations adopted by the Public Employees Relations Commission (PEAC). The requests differ in many respects but primarily concern the question of the 8Wipprrite bargaining unit for university faculty members and other professional employees. We believe that the question of Degree Deadline Filing I Today Students who wish to receive any type of degree at the end of Winter Quarter, must file -n applicaton with the Registrars Office, Roan U5 Tigert, by 4 p.m. G r ad Stu d ent D e adlin e s Today at 4 p.m. Is the dadline for students equating a master's degree at the and of Wit.r quarter to file an applicatmma for candidacy In Roem UB, Grinter Hall. Today Is also die last day to file application with the Graduate School to take reading knowledge eana~nsnMn in French, German and Spanish on February I. Tuesday Is the last day for the Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ., OU5, to receive the registration form and paymaat for the Febrnary 22l GRE Euam at the curmet rate. Fees increase $4 alter Jan. 28 and up to the closing date of Felruary 4. Gui tar, For This Flute Set Weekend Music professor Charles DeLaney from the University of Illinois will demonstrate with authentic musical mstruments fran edch period of music he disctassea uwhe he presents 'The History of the Flute In Performance from the Renaissance to the Present" Saturday at 7:30 p.m.in Roan 101 of the Music Building. Admission is Sf.0 for adults, $1.50 for students and $1 for members of the Florida Flude Club, which Is sponsoring his appearance. Guitars Midhae Lorimer performs at 8:15 pam. lStdy In the beitt Union Ballroom -s part of the University Performjin Arts series. University students are adilbd free and need not mauke advice arrajigats. Non-studensay cal 36-10? o make unpaid reservations, which will be held until 7:45 pnm Their ticket co Summ er Conference Space Is A valuable The Div Won tf Housing has announced that air esadda reSdun all mpace wll be Uale far conferences and A full range at survcu Is provided. Acmmadam 119avails 1w as $* pSr Wetk For further InformatIon, JOfta8 Juqeh Dali at 396-172. tttUhity/Affitmative Action Employer BOR Lea ding Scholar Eng Spot Dr. Maynard Mack, Sterling Profer of English and director of the National Institute for the HumanItIes at Yale Unversty will lecture mn "The Shap o Case of Mr. Pooe" .t 8:15 aD. Mundav in the J. Wayne Rats Union Audltorlwn. Ths is the third free lecture In the 'Mobilization of Mind and Matter for Tomorrow'sWorld" sales presented by the Graduate School with a grant from the University's Aluuml Ausodatlun, Graduate School Dean Harry H. Sier says that the padrtiiaion li th srim of such distinguished scholars -s Dr. Mack, "probably the outatading scholar In English literature In the United States," exemplifies the Graduate School's anphasis on "the moat advanced and very latest in scholarship and research." Dr. Mack said that his lecture iwveigates "some IntereSing relat~onshMps between the work and the man, wit particular reference to the paychmiogical impact of Pope's piginy Mtature and deformity. Since the lecture deals cmiiiderably with what we now know to be the Sports lent on the appropriate barann faculty members can mostg e resolved by utilizin the h eqi dures adopted by PE~EC Te rm Regents has so advised thoe requests and has urged tha t dures of the newly cete Co be used to settle any dfferences all interested Darties nlu differences whwch exist betwi various employee groups. The policy statemet athS clear "It is the inento the le that nothing herein shall bte oe either encourage or discourage tion of public employes.raTe I Collective unit for Regents has resolved that all tably be concerning collective bargain g procebe presented to eligible facult joard of so that, when an election is I making the appropriate urnt, faculty e procewill be fully informed and e Mission free and unfettered choice beween eludes the right to engage inr ngthe bargaining and also the right een thean employee group and not to collective bargaining. tatute is AMter due consideration an' gislature the merits of the argwnents d itrued to have espoused the cause for a 'rganizathe adoption of collective barj Board of have concluded that colic' ilish Literature Euks Here Mond Whbo A m DR. bMsA MACK Yale HusaflM social or psydhologlcal affects of any stigma-whether physical or racial-I think a lay audience might find some entertainet In it." Banner Contest Planned For Basketball Have you ever had the hankering to make and display a sports banner like those you see on TV sports Iroadeasts? Here's achance to doso and perhaps to win a plaque for your effort. It's part of the first annual Gator Basketball Appreciation Day proclaimed by President Robert Marston for the Florida-Vanderbilt game Feb. 1. The banners, which must be long enough that they have to be displayed by two people, will be paraded at half-time of the game, which begins at 2 p.m. The banners must contain what Student Basketball Boosters sponsors ciii "appropriate spirited sogan. Ther illv. be plaques frorganzto admli F ees Is Dea dline Monday Monday is the last day talents may pay fees withot being---sd a $S5 late tee. (iTis Includes fees for courses added during the drop-add period). Monday Is also th. last day that students may make arrangements isr Winter Quarter fee deferanents. Questions regarding fee payments or deferments should be directed to Student Accounts, first floor of the HUB. Appreciation Day dual winners. The Appreciation Dlay will begin with a hot dog feast at 11:30 a.m. In Florida Gym (cost: $1 plus a game ticket), pre-ganme entertainment by Florida Players at 1:30. Tickets for the game will be on sale Jan. 30.31, Gate l5, the Stadium, or at the Gym box office beginning at 11 a.m. the day of the game. To enter a banner, call Bill at 382-311 or 377-7583 before Feb. 1. FinaGn c ial AiEd InfEo Avalable to AllI Student Financial Affairs Is continuing It. financial aid Information sessions for students In dorm areas nuxt week, to acquaint stude with torus of financial aid, eligibility req ulruu eta and deadh~i. will be held Monday, at 7 p.m. in Duaty Towers lohby and Wednesday at 7 p.m. In the recreation rnun of Weaver Hall. ne ,,lsA.a ,i.w F., Tr.wvo Unsversity of Plerida, Gainesville G roup Is Being Formed The Studeit Mental Health office plans to start -n "Identity Group" the first week In Febuary. To answer mach questions as "Who am I? What mflh ndutieamlI going?" -the preq' nesting times will be .et according to the schedule of the. Interested in taking the coin. The group will meet sic. a week till the end of winter quarter. Arrangements to joi the group should bemaewihS.v Heynno n Kat R"aa nRo 50 ninr,32 Sundayg At123 Dr. Jon Mills, who directs the Cater for Governmental ResponsIbIlty at the University of Florida Coilege of Law, tells what his organization is doing to maintain reqpimulble govenaet -the TV program, "UNUSCOPE," on Channel 2U, WCJB, at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. During the show, Roll Groseth, Coordinator of the UnIversIty's Office of Vetera-'Atin,. eal-n th edca-tional benefits availa ble to veterans under the navG. IR. l Ray Rebello of Hialeak describes how he. out of138 student receiving degrees at Fall Caimncaecet, case to be named Outstanding Male Lader. And the "UJNJSCOPE" rew visits a student craft fair t. film a runurkable App Siachian toy which dances to mulec. "UNISCOPE" ii produced at the University of Fluids and Is aired by 'TV stations around tie State to Iet people know what is happening at the University. I~tJ J I acivrtfl~iflg rates Bargaining of the facts gaining, is not in the best interests iing should of faculties and administrative and y members professional personnel on the campuses held within of the State Umversity System. The members traditional collegial system of gayeran make a nance and shared authority which has which Inproduced the outstanding universities of collective this state and nation Is inconsistent with not to join and indeed the direct opposite of the engage In adversary process inherent in collective weigung bargaining, particularly as it may be d weihing applied to faculty members and other rn agast h professional .employees. n intw During the period when the question s gainng, e tothe composition of the appropriate ctlve barbargaining unit Is being settled and within the restraints Imposed by law on objectively -s possible the views of the y Regents.Durn thmeane euge that the faculti.s which have dose so much to foster a collegial spirit In the of temany other facutym er who 4 shty. r To that aid we urge wweryum to cnnuen to support and sek to hmrove or jitefot I onac-re r the confontatdon and ant mon hc may accompany collective bargaining.

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P.g. 10, Th. Indepandent Roddde MIgar, Mrday, Janoary 24 1975 Ti PEWRITER MsPRORiLES? We ve got oil the answers Soln*-Servlc. suppihL-e4as. A SSOCIA TED BUSINESS SY STE S 724 N. Main_ 373-3359 FOR SALE zero I o wirord turntabland *1 'C-5 typ, I ran;.dqe for sal,. both rever used (and still irs or ijinl par kagi rr asking $225 377 2946 (A 5! 63 P1 STEREO COMPONJLN1S access you car, save 51$ by calrii before you boy mnai motor brand, oil fully auanteed Loll .373 Se00 IA ST 63 Pi 70 honda cb450 PEPFECT (OND new ires tine up botiery electric start crash lbars MUST SELL THI$ WEEK $eCC or make oiler Tomn 377 0947 IA-5T 63 PR to, sole martim rassico' cjuar N 0 iorydeI plus hoi dsheI case $400 please corric by rur house 27 5 NW 4 c'oce mnoriir'qsonly i A 5t 65 P1 Arthur Ash. tennis racdet In! idle 6 new now on sole for 50 00 or best otter for inforrminiori call Mikee *rern., a 376 3602 after S m a0S' 6*-p. queen sue waterbed compete 50 30 gal oquarium, fish, food eve.rything $500 a resser $20 0 best buy on 41l irnds at scuba J77 70)2 Pondy (A-ST 63U-Ig ., ... acorn oPIN minI' UdIP pm FOR SALE On SA'E Kodoli rot no o-f'-. 3Srn mcm 200 yaioca lyr. 50 rr amern ,l a,n, vmCst.ro wiits.eo a nt, ci system 200 ly speakers 125 jvc s m.,'. tape dci 75 6 monlb old pon'l o'beo acing bicycle redone 125 ni best Otis; anytime 302 8246 ao-St 64 I Kite' hie S months old perfect cord 'i Si'65 now 609 or besi offer also kon I waih F T N racier rind So ,nrl 4 itm~e misi sacrifice $350 or bosI after, a1i 377*d3b Aj t0s6P, (0 C sorqer Dodge 383 Oulomahir A C ''e,v red 'nieor i'eor $900 washer & Liryor OenerOl eloci' $300 oddir'g nothii $60 gioss tibia w chairs call 177 2990 377 2187 (A 3T 65-P) -. Dir Lr ,,ereo amp bost and 'reble for oach charnel ?5 rfls per chonnef 'r' ritedt shop. new r8) yours $95 Derrick J-6-3537 Atler p n (A-iT 6-) ior sole registered beagle puppies $50 aowasok 500 800 mad. $700 Phone 3_73 39*7 (A-3T-65-P) $l.2Ih1LL 2,3P.M sicrsuwoaY Iw 'IS. LiMIT .nd________ FOR SALE '4 knwasok 250 I)1 --ce-''shopmn Lst sell the perfect dirt and street nochine osk'r'g $775
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FOR SALE Th. independent Forid. ALgator FMday, Jonuoty 24, 1975, Pog* 1I rnr' am1 scorcher lO-*p.ed, only roddtn once bv'ghi obong. heg best ofler eve, $65 00 cfil thy C 37 451_6_oter 6 pm (A 216 P) 4'OUf CUSTOM DESIGNED 'ox 0 his Home S R, oir conditioned, storm windows, built in Caof alter S Weekends, 378 .,nhomre 4 uli of fu'rriur. .1,rigntors 7 ir jrsd@ bed $I9 &0ktchen ce IC 0 orpet' $'S 00 up drapes $5 00 e(e Ko SiOVf $45 o 51 irors rrsv 20 rh h,' yr .e $ 8 00 cedar che, 309 NE hh way behind bcwbirIg olley off *nlrt ,aad 377 993S op.e. l week 9 n swr, I 4 (A 3167 P) FOR SALE Men s 4.ber 'It tpe~a r qood ronditic', A~nj t hurgon fjil em 32 323 A >6 (Corpori ;oe, f .tr'oqroph9 r.r psydcoqoy +C *r ron, off cover F' 'rlr S tror k roFpes $2 S Ar 4' 4521 NW 2Sih po ,A rnFmpcs Cred i s. p lornd ( rpe, a e 0393 ,A 30' 6Z C FOR RENT hid pool fit ('II lB7Oc11 ra W 109 It 2t 66>p WANT tO NMI doyoudesire to r'
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Pug. 12, Th. Ind.p.nden* flodda Afigt, Friay, January 24, ? 97S Tht NOW PLAYING BOBBY RAY I COOLEY ~ln---ONE FREE DRINK I COUPON 3500 SW 13th St. STREET'S On DbY ICI I DAY SERVICE FRANCHISED DEALER AUL ACCESSORIES CALL 377-BIKE WANTED SD S SVEP top ptie p( d orclS rirnqs old ieweiry etc rormfidenioJ aoI '"'e 333 "4 5 5'' i I hero I (mrroe Poorn, ,rP Wnntrd e thrr 'mro irpt 2 Eredreop' oil Prt rshprd S50 0 'ronib incitirn ofie S F rr g, ike Vllane 'Thson 2(%92 IC 101 60 Pr h -r hrrr ,rt 0 r0 u wrm. d t w, lorirorol rom irrrnpmrs$7 'Ou """' -'hII ,373 9396 rrr, P or ouw Wrrsr(Ii 1 T6, PF burrrtmwo brirl reri" om 2ndy t 4 3 pratP prmr pr r2iW' r-ds i7i Food homni P'os( om (( 51 65 F> lr W. oo rroipl watiitd $60 + 4 it (.rlorwood Apts oh 0r Dbbie Afn pn J77 7914 (0 5! 65 P} 2 women in experience a farm in tree lodging for help wih chores round trip by air if iterested cil 2668 No collert IC 57-6) PC ti~t I-Mi t r C A 463 WANTiD I.Ierl o' Pao re Needed Own re rr 4 hedrm $80f03 rro'h riirr" (K rfpo"'.i Vlcge Apis C Ci' itter 4 ir .r /8 802 iC ST 67 Pi '-prieMm' rororoc-ie wanted io hore .' hedJrccr frrrished opt sp'rncj 'uleir 51 5 p oites vilcoyac rol r o f 3 _5_7_95 I_ 5T 6/_ re r~ormite moieid oiiy turnrihed rMt i 4orrtry Ir lor $6750rpin -*a Ii '50 ( dep mno I7 306b ony,,re Sl T 67 Pm 2 femrrme roorrnimutes to shore room n mu hdrmr Frerrh qir opt $50 rno a4u erach nmore ronfeb I 377 7833 rrrdv or helen (C41& P1 QFOOMMA if for own rn m r spar ous 3 Bop k rrys Creek FEMALE I8a and I 3 utI ires nIPl Anidren or Sher 378 2077 .C 31 67 P) WANIED Coed to cleon mature bol~helors aparimrent twice nmontthly Must have own Fransportotion Coil 392 0656 between 9and 5 (C 27 67 P) diesperateLy need ) oomnrote $67 50 per month I '4 ilities, 2 bd,,n opt a, Brondwm. Must be neot t libeaol Prefer serious students 377 81984 (joe or Fred) c St 66p) **'"'""te ha*e locoted IC mrie, ceniso hotnd tollmowl 11I Ot 2 bi oier privately Iron, rorrpus ho, air is corohetely furnished 462 27O $60 (C(5763******** ****"** * ******* * E* E* *ihe oie Spr eh clcnrladsniiesm" -TeN wYr ie Th*mest efrigAt eis U.* .Suet re G*ea ubi 20 *udy a.26a :5PM R*t n~nBlro U* esto~od suet wib u rnd RE F H RG r alb porm iiisre m lny fet .* oec efrac a ensisd o suetudrawneragmnarrqie .* o tdnsmycl 9-671 aeupl eevain eann a o Hwvr amn ilntb .* .ao ..ng~,r~~f~oc uheev,. ,,b~ce n,,enme aloe orec vntuehute l efomneaeshdldtobgno 81 ,unadrs Rva Il 4e',du, 7,p 4'&************ HELP WANTED $65 $ 95 EWtW PAP/TTIM I r'1mtc p rhirt(,rpo rl .r; ,,(Jdrer.i rr cioeso han o,oi rporrie9 nav tOr mr uivy ci, rhui wraisourcl rorch F ""<"''oi"r' reuord'r~ i rru't r''''95 v'ttr 1ht-srs orripolu, serYd SQ 10 h oer,, AWeitmsrru I'0 8oy. .70' Arleir~
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CLA WA T( 200 W U 4' ryComlpofny 55 RINGS SOUNDS CH REPAIRS nhserily Ave t241 THERE S MOfrE 10 SEE WITH CABLE TV hunrflI UP'' New; New York stok S~cange 2 FM statons on T (nCrurEls ard9 qM .rid A AM .ttOOS on the FM ban~d UNIEUS1fl CITY TELMSIWINCARLE CO. INC. 522 N.MAiN ST. Theatre Lolcr5. and 'Movie Ba f's Join the Second Season of The American film Theatre. The series starts with In Celkbr.Idoo on Jan 27th and 25th PG; (Feb. 24, 25) PG THlE MAM IN TUE GLASS BOOTH (March 17, 18) PG CALILEO (April 21, 22) PG JACQUES BREL IS ALiVE AND WELL AIND LIVING IN PARIS (May 19.20) PG Season iCkets are still available at most AFT Participating theatre box oices Evenings $200 Matinees $1200) suets ate unreserved, however. seating is guaranteed for each performance Most major credit cards aCCepted. Th. IndepndS'VMOVI4O AJligaflr, PERSONAL CW 1 I Irn l rhobF In kCAPAIF l*4NF IMh 5)4 rrlr 0, ii 2-42 ',,hii'l 51 67 NC ijoi /u( Foo"isi an'r su kiecir 'olFskehior lop' lath ote,'oOk, ,o Ye reword p1 ense 92 8326 kee "r a I 21 67-P) F i, rid Iri -eers Check found at lhe i f 'ic mbny iArs CaL 172 7840 'I ST 67 P) Pari [or k-eys ar am kr eyog I i},ipd pri r beside Normon Hall Cali J/H6856 1 516/ N( 8 ~ y es (qld .Nolh fos, hprreen ""11 rri0rd Ptei Hii Reward Cal F'1665 5 2T 67 P1 SERVICES .lA i5 'K errrs (4 2 nl .'oupmrem r-Indir st is snorkel BC, uism interrrut,orrof cerir~rr',ton .il or op!'r w'rP ill CS osl i10A9 no 64 P1 1 u 11 p11' i 10 I y y 'eopltur t' I m ri o s ,fl9Alr ,bo c re roed I t'piore h,.iorr Lo, ilwhrerprfrot on~ $150 [rivopi.ED WijMIN Seekruc impport A 41inpe A mo>p wil he of ord thursday '2 rpoorr i I 30 P M Ii VE 1Hf BAHAMAS SP12tN{ bPEAKt inpgd ir 3 mf'uIS o duy o Linok all _t 40 Au'o sioloPs daysmr r 24 ?for rreto ph arm Apel boorm 328755 alao, a i door portr outs 12 sos0 chlos fraom Vi sootm nq ee FBrr10 16 9 7 14. a, 13 (orco,is 'rdd irins I woulId iie tio show you ,n work Q'or' r, ern' 376 6042_ iM_ 5_I 65_ i l li1si p for rroy sero VW :7 '4) trlo parts trife rup & oil chrmnge rl90 l awokuuarflnt'Ft ic,1r.rrke or tIps 0.,m ale, 'Co roll of wild 'mqdomr 1 V Alierns Aqiuctic & IraF Center 344e W U rr i 373 9233 I MFR ECTRLSIS By opporclreflt Only S J N Korp telephone I04', 376 5673 mv 10 64 p ____ THE MARRiED STUDENT CENTER OFFERS FULL RANGE OF HELPING SERViCES, MEDICAL AND DAY CASE REFERRAL FRtF 24 HOUR SEQVICE CALL 377 $125 M4 QT5.41 Roiizolprn Aispiorc A prwfol rap or your ipurutuol evolvemefl ordad bi your osirciogy chart Denni 3f7 415 Ill .'h) SERVICES P rA> IAP-ES RAISED slipped H jU4-orse For., ielorrg fes iool mnstruct 1rr & the lop s ilum s heoirpriuI 373 466 3224 inI 66. NIVEPSITY OPT IAN', 3m w41 A-, ,' 4 11Y N(5,5 FF1 VS PEOPLE ATTA IN GOALS BYADINGANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABiUiTy StTYING MEMORY ATHLETICS 0 Drmoi G Pinit Cetfic AA FF" 'O 21 4p -hA' C OLtEGI ADMISS iON *'PACT IC E -hrwdC et to1pOrC 0 <0 ML Ar Test rrnolyied S(Ore tmd p',itor,,,. o4 ,epo,,ed LWO-'E $RAFL AFRIC.A AbiA Ire dsounts year round studerp Apr i oei Age riry, In $299 Rosweii Rd Al IonIc CLa 30342 252 3433 (M I AT HORSES 8OARDED Piprie proirne ronch .oforrrijl ''ondly oi nacihes $ i Ire,, tals $5 phjre $~ 376 auto repair. irnpo'ted ond domesucs fine woik oF even f iner rates, cnll 371-0307 or fore bf 2)6 NE 3rd Ave Ask for Bhl or ke (M ST 67 P) K NOCK OUT VDO' F ighi Veh, p. I Dprt nI shell Mall Carwash 2225 NW 13i,5 S bm i 67 OC NOW Gator Cass are at the Campus Shop ad Bookstore atth -I:. SUNFLC Hoffman A Natural Ultemi Herbs, Dairy .ok, o lWSnk~ItyM.~ sadnac Fvday, January 2U 1976, Page 13 Bookstore -Pipes ToboCCO Shop Downtown Sansb awa~ -GenerotorsForeign Car Service PH. 378-4011 308 N.W. 8th Ave. -I WEll Welder oductu is, Minerals Pt'cducts niefics SendSCome Spend A Mellow Afternoon With Student Government Progruns Sunday Jun.20 3:NI PM GRAHAM POND a ., r .--,

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"" a NEEDLEPOINT e *CR EW EL *AFGHANS .Seen in current Needlecroft 5 K publications 5 It's for you ot the Hondecrofters / along with quality materials, j reasonable prices, personal service, and great classes IN ROYAL PARK MALL OE 06 3722 NEW BERRY R D -FRIDAY TILL 9 st ANNUAL ARMADILLO FESTIVA & CANOE RACE FEB. 15 &16 CoastusrAd UF faces cham p Tennessee B, RIC K AIDhIMAN Alligator Sports Writet f 9' :Resturn Gounflet Fmsh Seafoo'ds Snapper-. Lobster scallops Crab Claws Mullet Shrimp Trout Rack Shrimp nxsepy~ Arfas Stone Crab Claws Pnivate Parnies 498-3501 Ever yrhibg Prepared' Fresh For You AIIncrit a rack ,,ars Da Hro i ad Djr i Hond( hane tra(Iuated but the I nii-ce aounteers prnisoe is oughe a~ e 'ke (jatoi s I Knoxville I his is UL-s 'lly dual meet I' he -estn and Gator nislant coach lDsye Ad kins saidI a victory over the dclending SEC and NCAA tham ponsecould really prove heneticial later on "iT WOULD be a big psychological edge going into the confer-ence chamn pionships." said Adkins. But' none ot their '"""ner are going to hand us a race. We're going to have to do our The Vols have yet to run their full team this season so their overall strength is not known But coach Stan Huntzman does have established people in SEC cross country champ Pat Davey. speedster Reggie Jones and highjunmper Mark Branch. THE GATORS will counter Davey in the two mile Me ean? and Kenn Prevail. Cartier also joins Frank Betth in the mile run for the second consecutive meet. The luo finished one-t'o in the Bean, Senior Bowl meet as Cartier broke the tape in 4:13.7. Retts will double in the 880yard run joining Horace Tuitt and Tom Doer,. BOTH TUIfT and Doer, were victorious at the Senior Bowl. Tuitt won the 600 but has been moved up the 880 while Doerr clocked a 1:57.9 in the 880. S oph om o re W im p y Alexander will till Tuiti's 600 vacancy. The 60-yard dash could be interesting because Gator Hancock sprint coach Ben Vaughan feels that Mike Sharp., Willie Wilder. or Stan Harris could knock off the cocky Jones, who has run a 9.1 hundred. "But if he's ready.' warned Vaughan. "he'll be awfully tough." AS ALWAYS, the 440 with Be aufort Brown, Bob Rambo. and Mitchell Goings, wtil be a Gate, lo,,gsuit. Brown has exhibited signs of greatness in winning at both the CYO Invitational and the Senior Bowl. ead Dixie Eight Gators survived the 36-hole cut in the Dixie Amateur Golf Championship this week at the Country Club of Miami. Andy Bean and Phil Hancock lead the onslaught with 36-hole totals of even par 144, four shots behind leader Chris Eichstadt of Miami. Defending champion Dennis Sullivan of the Gators is at 147. THE TOURNAMENT continues with singly rounds on Thursday and Friday. "This is an incredible display of depth!" exclaimed Tournament Director Frank Perpich. "All the boys are bunched pretty closely together and are within striking GATOR DENNIS .three bock SULU VAN with 147 U~fV! FLRD di sranle. The Dixie annually attracts the amateur talent. Veterans Dale Hyodman, and Bill Harvey collegiate-dominated field with "cream" of Morey, Bill spice the ~xperice. in the l00 yard Orange and Blue run' will the represented by Senior Bowl winner Steve Goniez and Swede Par Wallin. Hesley Biostic is stated for the hurdles. The high jump finds two seven-foot leapers locking horns. Volunteer Mark Branch has cleared 7-2 and UF's Steve Ott has made 7%. SEC champ Will Preenmam will pole vault while Fletcher Lewis competes in the long and triple jumps. Am Recent college graduates and Walker Cup ream hopefuls Gary Koch, a former Gator. and Bill Mallon are also competing. "THESE KIDS from Flordia are here to play." said Perpich. "They aren't afraid of anybody. It's a real credit to Buster Bishop. He runs a tip-top ship.' Bishop considers amateur tournaments like the Dixie as instrumental in providing the necessary experience to compete on the college level. "This tournament acts as a substitute for a collegegolftournainent for me." said Bishop. "I'm delighted to have the boys compete if they can afford to miss the school," GATOR TOTALS: Andy Bean. 144; Phid Hancock, 244; Denny Sullivan, 147; Bob Meyer, 148; Bob Bailey, 149; Steve Smycrs, 150; Jeff Krumniel, 151: JIn Hart, IS!. Show You re A Gator Fan SpptyurtamatwnySposmvnt by wearing this suprt-dtirt. Whit, with continuing biu. t Your nome inydnned on badk withyourfavodbenumbtrr(U IflI). L.,ep G.,' denon the f vnt in school colona Nunber colons OVO6IabS In Sodsk Red, Guwe, Yellow or Blue. +4 .r cent tax flees. d 0 o p.0lg. and hafidlug sea. MONEY RJpNDEDIF NOT 100 PERCWINT DWOU1TII Mail 0rdm To: G. Toledo, Rt. 1. Box 157. Miconopy, florida 32Z67 NAME. .. ADORESS. City. .State.Zip. Size. .Name .Number. Number Color. 4 5tbpi KAYAKS CANOES Witewae -ele by in. is., relag -n by 13%' 3.mbhn -Sill TOP QUALITY Ueiel t lIUIUS* eqelmUt by Nsibfcisu J" buot, Heliy, Uebswts angst., Camp 7, vuqa. 1513 NW 13 St. GATOR HIGIJUMPE STEVE Ofl ta .ikes on rival Mark Brunch Saturday night Th. 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Peg. 14, The Independent k.1oraMlgator. Frdey January 24.l17S Lady Gator I he I iiiimen'. clnk Sat irdlai as it opens its season against Florida Sae University i 'I allahassee ady Gaitor coach Sue Whiddon says her cam is the strongest it has ever been '"WE A RL dclinitelv stronger. .mnd hav e better depth rthan wee ccser had.'' said the oac h. .l(ditig that I here are three returning flla yers andl 'joew lrcshnman dn schtolar',hip. lReturnir Lady Gjatos 5 it tide eyes, a 'emjor She phax mi 'he number one 'pot last year. but 'tarns lit his season illing the number tb position Sue Eiges. a I Umior, and Debbie Dunkmi. a sophomore, are hoth hack to compete bor UF, littjiigihic(.itirImteuplip treshrman 1uuIth\tkc whu nco mr the rnumbcr one skil nrnm Kt'ses in a ladder our,,ament. and Barbara Lack, aI anm'Dade transfer s IUd(ent COACH WHIIDDON said that the season opener woukld give the netter' a chance to check I heir strengths .md weaknesses "We're I sring no. doubkes team.' espLamned the coach, em phasilmng the importance ii dotibits points "As tar a' Iim concerned doubles points Ire crucial. You haie g w to have then, or 51)11 Uiren't somig to wA [I matches I think our new combinations w. ill work. giving us sonmc depth that 'e've lacked ini the past lAST YEAR I-\ts nltwo lst nhen 8 2 season Lame at the hands pt Rollins ( allege and the Limsersityof Miami Both 'wre q-o shutouts .hat w ont happen 'jot c predicted the C coach fny ator "Our teaml is dcl nitely strngc, irnd 'cry mjuch in cttitOnl with Rolins.' She said I hat schol irsh ips hase made tomipetil ion tighter', "and place ,i big question mjark on all up-coming matches I he UF wom'enis basketball eam 11 aces Rollins College Tankers face s trong South Carolina ti By LOUIS BRANCACCIC find a very strong South Alligator Sports Writer ( arohna team. he U I sw im team travels to Columbia. S.C. Saturday whete U11 head coach Bill Harlan said the Gators will HARLAN Carolina has SAID South three times as many %wimmers as the Gators do and that alone will be to their advantage. UFE lost three INTR AMUJRALS Schedules can be picked up today for women's dormitory ond independent flag football. Competition starts Monday. Contact the IM office. 229 Fl. Gym, 392-0581-. Student wive's badminton league starts Monday, Ian. 27, in Norman gym. leamn representatives need to pick up their schted ule Senset Shigeru Takashina. chief instructor of the South Atlantic Karate Assoc. will be visiting the UF Shotokan Karate Club Fri., Jan. 24. 4:30 p.m., for special instruction and demonstration. Mr. Takashin, is a fifth degree black belt Iron Japan. All Univerity Special Events in Foul Shooting for men and women will be held from 5-8 p.m. Saturday. ian. 25. The UF Judo Club will sponsor the Senior Invitational tournament Saturday. Jan. 25, at 10 am, to be held in the Florida gym. Speare welcome. Approximately I50 participants are qi. .to compete. eam top swimmers two weeks ago and their absence may play a niajor actor in Saturday's meet. South Carolina's distance Ireestylers are of excellent quality. Harlan said, but they are not any better than UP's distance man. Frank Liediner. IT IS HARD to evaluate South Carolina s divers. Harlan said. but they have already beaten Miami's divers in, Miami and that is an accomplishment in itself. Assistant Coach Pete Orschiedt said the South Carolina team is "very well covered' or has more than adequate depth. "They also have a new assistant coach this year who was a former American record holder." Orschiedt said, UF's record is currently 4-3 and Sooth Carolina's record is 4-I. Naturdlaymi Alligator Alltv it 2 pmi I tIE LADY gatorss. with 3Irecord.d(C eeted Rolihnst Winter Park 57-41 earlier this season Accoidimg to ( oach Paula Welch the (Gators have both eight and speed advantage ts r It I ns. "I anmwr serilnideinl that we ,dI win this one," Welch 'a d andc pred ict ed her teamn over Rollins hv at least 10 hints WELCH SAID chat the I idioGtrs still iced to be tilore .Iggresse on, defense. hut wa' pleased offensively. "We could do ibh less spurts ol good p1lay and look smooth all ot the t ime. but we're doing well. r~he Lady Giators are coming oft twin wins over Florida I ech quadruple meet Saturday at noon. rhe Lady Gators face Peabody College. Middle State. and the University of fennessee at Knoxville. ACCORDING TO Coach Sandy Philips the Gators have had strenuous workouts this past week and she expects them to do well against their competition. "Basically what we've been doing is practicing as if it were the real thing," explained the coach, adding "We've been pressure training both mentally and physically." While the Lady Gators have yet to win a meet this season. Coach Philips said the team spirit is good. 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-. -S~Kl.I.a~~*MdaMIarM.Jns, tf r extra!-> The Indepeudeni Florida Alligator tiagazine Supplemnnt S page three body therapy. blynda N 4on the .lane hornier tolbert 2 breakir n'away L-I eff cardenas Sdorf___ peter ehndorff editor bob morrn art director/layout acey harper OMIGODWEMADEAMIZTAKE The cover photo of our January 10 extrol worn token by Rick Roen Rick, Sorry Chip and not by Chip Hire. Sorry cover art by Ieh ndo rff The end.i Pb a Aihooto, a. a PuS cdl., .4 Cmr.* Cnmun~c.yIcr'. .~.ad, @pflva. nan-mAe wwra&ofl his puSlad five 9~n. weekly .~Mg Jo. MAy, onAnuS .4w., W* p.MI*ed wni.we.&Iy, and dumieg ad. helay, and pIe& oplel. eapr.ed ~ the tn~ aen~41h9 wedn*,nd.onaE *,e valsasof*lcInoM nal I$r.eof4wUn~venlsyo4PhMrj. bec sw'.edbv he lnd.ed.nt Florida Aligole' A cane 4cI ThO k.d.penS.tPbI& Adligs., ~O. So. 'US'. Uni vanity Ifla., 0.4 n.11. Plea. 3900' The b.mdap.cd.n. Fbhdo AMIg., ~ emed -inw'd c leuc ma -the Unhed I.s. Pat 044k. 04 Aw*b m S.McrIpin~oc vs. a$~ Wp. year or S&U quflw Th. Indp.~dM "aMa Ailiplar rwv~ 94w .~N to jfluk* I*. 'vpaww~.I -.4.4' adnqthamnwjI and $0 mw -twa, oviqy.4' coPy e.n.Iden ottdIa~ The nd.p.M.ni F4o.Wo AIIIgcr ,i$I -coouid. adjut.wvt of po~weI Ici any advela.M nfIv. ypog'~icaI arc, Cv wrona, ,n on on nallc.i.ginn.itwotv.tI.Ing man~ $4%In (I)~y.4t. dwa*elganr.i in.1 Tht Ifldw.nd.vtfIeIaAJIIarwIM ncfl. aeb* Ic, mar*tkn ace .nnc, manic., of on S.fltevwn K4wduIM 'a run us,. I Ilmot Noj Ic. hr csdkn moe t. dfn beE. the nat nd~oe PubIIA~d byCampus .oxIa .o6en. Slaoo, Go. F72 a nnnt p.:376-A4 Ediorial Oepafl.nt: 376.4458. Mnd~rand Pmucofl -di r Mess ww indk 1hw SSy way Wit a Ext. ad uodmy BUs If vs. cu.'t aieth fEm u At teaut hI~s mpiule Is (rutl 3 4 6 8 s 11 L

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r F HappyJI Rut meter -I ays are ~1 about the niglns. Face it. We're on the edge of another Depression. But don't worry because we're gonna have a great time, just lice our parents did in th, lost one. Forget all those scare stories you grew up with about she 1930s and how "You kids got it goad, yo shouldo seen what we went through." Granted, the '30s brought tight money situations and a scarcity of jobs. But, American society, in its noble tradition, responded with its usual degree of unreality so that the decod, was marked with plenty of out-and-out craziness. The' 30s gave birth to some great things: the five-day week, monopoly, bathtub gin, Shirley Temple, pinball machines, Flesh Gordon, the five-cent apple, the Lone Ranger. Social Security, Benny Goodman, the litterbug, some truly magnificent gangsters and lots, lots more. On Nov. 7, 1929, less than two weeks after the bottom fell outand $30 billion had been blown into thin air, a couple of sickeningly optimistic songwriters hit it big wish a number that storned offT"So long sad times, Go 'long bad times, p We ore rid of you at last I Howdy gay times' Cloudy grey times You are now a thing of the past. Cause Happy Doys ore here again." is, 'Happy Doysare Here Again"' Jack Yellen and Milton Ager Gear today, gone tomorrow senselessly whirling machine which is beyond human understanding andfails to serve any puWpUe but its own."' Peter F. Drucker Bit bucks i, naber duckies As with everything else, the movies of the 30s added to the absurdities of the times, proudng that only In unreality could genius hove free reign. The Walt Disney film was a huge popular success and "Snow White" was actually cited by one critic as the "happiest thing that has happened In the word since the ArmIstIce.' And, while the whole country was humming "NHeigh-ho" and 'Whistle While You Work.' the toy business was thriving. During the first port of 1938, wheh ings wee still pretty tough, over $3 million wouilf Disney toys were sold. That summer, while the wheels of modt factodies were turning only Intermiitently, the Slebwtling-Lotex plant near Mkuon Was three weeks behind orders -making rubber statuette. of Dopey and other dworful like Iemmhigs, the muhtitudui flock After the crash, most people agreed that what the country really needed was a new industry something that would revitaliz, a sagging economy. In this case, necessity was the mother of absurdity and Miniature Golf was born. Filled with the "Happy Days' spirit, carefree crowds shucked their troubles and flocked to roadside courses during the winter of 1929-30. Yes, while the real world struggled on, millions of Americans actually set about knocking little balls along cottonseed greens, down drainpipes, through mouseholes and over wooden barricades. It was all groat fun and Miniature Golf courses cleared over $125 million during the first year of operation, at the height of the Depression. And, as if to show that there was no monopoly on the absurdity market, shrewd American businessmen come up with a perfect toy for the times -the Yo-yo. The Yo-yo market died with post World War II affluence and the principal manufacturer, Duncan Yo-yo Co., went out of business in 1965. But now, with Happy Days' back again, Duncan has reopened and its 14 man teem of Yo-yo prosis-oce-agin tournge country Ti time they've updated o bit and the 1975 Yo-yo line features "The SateillIe" ($2.49) with battery,owered bulbs,,hot ightupfrom centrifugal orce. Damn the economic IndIcators, full speed ahead! *"LUfe Is just a bowl of cherries. *Don t mak, It serious. e Lfe Is too mysterious.-. Rwd *** * y Valiee, 1931 * Ligt m fle!g Rumor has It that either ABC mr CBS will ao spring a new attempt to coptiap the e.m. ni market now held by NBC. ,v hn the new show will be bdq(.| popular 'Fireside Chat' then a, sho wilb calle 4 ,Is English Muffin Hour." ,i -.t' ~on tws I 7 again! Linger fickin' good! EAST ST. LOUIS, III. -A sign of the times? Harry Brown, owner of Brown' s Food Stars reports a steady trade in two dishes popular during the Depression among southern sharecroppers -raccoon and opossum. Since Nov. 9, 1974, Brown says he has sold about 500 pounds of raccoon and about 40 pounds of opossum for 69 cents a pound. According to Brown, raccoon is best prepared barbecued and opossum porbroiled. Two fact (Ceunt be. two) 1. 15,407 moonshine stills were smixed in 1931. 2. Between 1930-36 the production of cigarettes climbed from 123 billion to 158 billion. Lv YAr. oA y14 Droppng ot. "Did you hear about the fellow who engaged a hotel room and the clerk asked him whether he wanted it for sleeping or jumping?" "No, but I heard ther. were two men who jumped hand-In-hand because they held a loint account. (yuk. yuk) Get out of jail hue (0 mtpu phtc tDNsa ay So, now that you're. ready to malk. th best of the 'Happy Days" why not go all th. way and Soart the Depression with a clean slate. Do what morn than 10,000 other U.S. students hove done in the past decode -declare bankruptcy. Forget the social StIgma (155,707 U.S. citizens did It In 1975 olsne), scrbp-togeher$50and kissyour creditors goodbye. Besides the relative cheapness in fling for bankruptcy, you den't need the services of an atlorney. But, the best thing about It it that mice you have filed and your creditors hove been notified, any money you receive after is oil yours -act free. But, you better act fast. The Federal Bankruptcy Act is scheduled to undergo revision thls year and talk is that studa loans wHi be mode Into nondischargeable debts. Happy days! Er "Prospnrty is just around the corner." -r ilrbertHover 1931 r here e's

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P~e 4 1X111 lb. badei.t R.M.e Mug.r M., J.u.fy 24 Is -a-c-a -c-a-c -a-a-a-a-a-c-h You say yore muscles hurt? Bones ache? whole body with pain? You say yore is throbbin' Well friends we've got some good news. Good News! therapy by yndo homier photoby john moron It's been a hard day. You rode your bike four miles to school and then raced up a few flights of stairs so you wouldn't be lote for biology lab. You made it'before-the-bellrang, but that only gave you extra time to bend over a microscope. Your head is throbbing. your legs are tired, bock aches, your neck is cramped. coul eleeyu What you need may not be muscles, a luxury for the rich, something people feel good. Unforuneley, the feeling good angle to has led to abuses. In early times, massage houses and homosexuality. your if only something aspirin, or onyihing stronger for that matter. Maybe you just need a little' body therapy -a massage. As early -s 1,000 years before Christ, people like that "coil girl" Image. of people trying 10 fight to make ma,,age was often linked to both Today it is hard to erase But the field of massage Is full that image. 'h United States today Is more promiscuous socIety," said kruce Simer, o member of the Florida Board of Mausag. and president of the Florida State Massage Association. "Momoage may be used as a guise far prostitution Homer were using massage as a relaxant for tired adohrllctatvie, memad a and other illicit activities," Slmer said.

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ED.T.ts.ii.tMd. M.e,.y.n.24-sh u. S 'The atmosphere is'rn', the touch of bodies. In its effort to fight abuse of massage, the board recently closed down five coil girl fronts in Miomi. According to Simer's apprentice, Judy Keathicy, Florida has the strictest set of codes governing massage except for a smell area in Germany. "I Gues. that's because they ore concerned about preserving and improving on the image of massage," she said. Simer preserves the image in his private practice at Simer's Institute of Massage Therapy here, by splitting up the workload according to sex. His apprentice massages only women. Simer works on the men's muscles. His patrons go to him with hypertension, arthritis,. high blood pressure and back and neck problems. Some just go for the enjoyment and relaxation. Simer is concerned with professionalIsm in massage "Thus is a tendency among popular youth groups to degenerate massage -you massage me, I'il massage you. Actually massage is a therapy that should only be practiced by someone familiar with anatomy and proper technique. "Practicing without a license is a violation of state law, a misdemeanor. We don't like to enforce if that way, but technically if a friend massaged you and caused injury, your friend would be liable," Simer said. "'he body is easily injured." Still/"The Massage Book," "The Art of Sensual Massog.,"'"What To Do Until the MessiahComes,"ond other publications continue to be popular here as friends spii1 fragrant oils on each other in attempts at massage. There ore two ways a person can become licensed to practice massage in Florida. One is to become an apprentice to a licensed person for nine months. The other way is to attend a licensed school for ten months, or 1,050 contact hours. Before Simer opened his school in GaInesville, the closest accredited school was in Miami. Now a person can learn massage technique, anatomy, physiology, hydrotherapy and physical fitness right here. On the non-professional side, there ore classes in Gainesville geared to body awareness rather than licensing. James Nelson teaches two classes at Santa Fe Community College and one at the University. All are non-credit. "I teach more on a sensitivity approach than a technical one. The atmosphere is 'awareness', the touch of bodies. I con get -s technical as students want. Some students hays already learned anatomy, so I don't teach It from that viewpoint," sold Nelson, who besides having a roll private practice is currently a student in Asian Studies. Nelson learned some of his techniques in Japan,. which may explain his interest in shiatsu, or polarity therapy. Like acupuncture, Shiatsu makes use of certain sensitive zones in the body. Pressure may be applied to these zones for a therapeutic effect. Another form of body therapy is structural integration, or "rolfing," as it is called after its originator Ida Rolf. "The philosophy behind rolfing is that man is a whole being anid that the body is plastic and capable of change," said Rick Sword who has studied the technique in New Jersey and Colorado for two years. He hopes to finish his study in May and then set up a practice in Gainesville. "Rolfing is not a type of massage." Sword said. "It is very different. Rolfing works on connective tissue, whereas massage works on muscles. The goals are also different. Massage is mainly to relax the individual, to increase circulation. Roafing systematically works on different parts of the body to establish balance and order." Dr. Rolf now more than 60 years old developed the technique ofter her arthritis became disabling. She refused to stay in a wheelchair, Sword explained. Since the development in the 1920's the Guild for Structural Integration has been established. Based in New Jersey and Colorado, the guild approves all new rolfers. 'You must be rolfed completely before you can become a~ rolfer," Sword sold. "You cannot know what an organized body Is like until your becomes organized. "Rolf ing sometimes feels good, sometimes some pain is involved. It is an experience in growing," he sold. X

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P.g. t ehXA. lb. hndd.M.S N.M. SgAlah. Mdq,. y. mny. y lifE _________ ~b 1 a ~ I I rrw .~ 2 .Ac, N. LA 94 S. 4. N. -. % W ith Charles Kura It. ESlim's Note. For her mesr's hems In cornmunlcstlons, author Tolbet qpeat part of her Chits holiday buaveling with the "0, th, Road" clew. It's a job that most newsmen only dream oftraveling around the United States looking for outlandish or interesting people and events. Things like musical saw players, swimming pigs and "wormgrunting" -not to mention tree-sitting morathon~s and egg-holding contests. But for Charles Kuralt and the crew of CBS's "On the Road", searching for out-of-the-ordinary glimpses of America is a way of life. Kuralt has said that ", when CBS goes out to shoot o documentary, they take along a cameraman, a soundman, on electrician, on assistant cameraman, 0 researcher, a producer .But when the"On the Rood" crew strikes out, is's just Charlie, Charlie, lzzy and Lorry. Charlie number one is Kurolt, who thought up the series bock In 1%67. The other Charlie is Charlie Quinlan the electrician. He's covered all kinds of riots, freedom marches, demonstrations and says he has the scars to show for is. Then there's lazy, Isadore fliekman, the cameraman, who's been with the series for four years. Larry I. Lorry Glanneeckl, the soundman who worked for Edword ft. Murraw's "See It NOW." The crew cruises the backroads of the countryside, in a white Conte: motor home, with an insignificantlooking CBS eye on the side and an Inscrlptlon, in small black lotiorn, 'On the Rood." Whent the small "On the Road" crew prrlves to do a sdory, It's more like frIends dropping in and lees lIke a production. Kuaat had been a regular newspaper reporter and worked for nearly ten years in, television news before his 'idmam"ansignment of 'On the Road" began. His work had taken himn all over Southeast Asia, $ps,* and friends personality by jane tolbert artworkg by billj day America and ti-c United States, covering wars, riots and other crises. it was en route to the scene of one of these news events that Kuralt got the idea for the series. "A cameraman named Jimmy Wilson and I were flying out to Cleveland on a very clear night, probably around January or February. We were flying out to Cleveland, looking down at the lights and drinking I suppose, and talking about how each one of those lights probably represented a story and how it would be nice to go on the road to lust do little features about people who wouldn't otherwise be on television." Kuralt went to New York and fried out the Idea on Fred Friendly, who was mhen the president of CBS News. Friendly thought it vwouWd be a "waste of time," however, he did suggest that if Kuralt wanted to do something similar, oni Vietnam, shot "that wouldn't be a bad idea." Kurolt said he figured that would make him the "Ernle Pyle of Vietnam or something." "But, I had been to Vietnam enough. I felt It woe a pretty good Idea, too, but I really wanted to do something about th, borne country -about America. But, Friendly turned the Idea down." Shortly after Friendly's rejection of the proposed series, Richard Salarn become president cf Cg News. With this change of power, Kurals said, "The first thing I thought of was the idea for the tries. So, I tried the idea on him and his deputy, Ernest lser. They sald, 'Sure, well try it and make a three month prolect OUt of it.'" That was over seven years ago. The series has been running since October, 1967. "On the Rood" now receives the second large5I amount of mail at CBS News. Mike Wallace and "60 Minutes"gets she most ond'" .heoaski for it," Kurolt said. Approximotely 200 tofl0 letters a week come in for Kurals's series from viewers all over the country, suggesting people, places and events to covet. This 's where some of the ideas for stories come from, along with stories the crew runs across in Its travebs. Wish all these ideas pouring into CBS News, OnS wonders how the actual stories for the 'Vt, the Rood" series or. selected from the pile. "Part of it Is experience," Kuralt said. "Somehow when I read a person's lesser or read an old yellowed newspaper clppingshot hog been In fhn-h mr ynar, I hove feeling about the story. I can 'lagine how It might turn out to be a good one and It almost ckvayt does. Part al it Is being burned In the past. There Is @ clertn category Sf stories fist sound tunny or poignant. But, when you arrive ont the scene, they're not." Kuraig hms logged over 31000 mIles and covered .N.* ..

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-tKA lb. bnd.4sedM NsSe alga.er Mi.1, JMn.ar 14 197 his -a4 r C~t~$\~7 4 a-4 ''sr ~ ye, 30 stories with the series. It has token the crew Such places as Sopehoppy, Florida where Kurolt did I tory on "worm grunting." In Sn Morcas, Texas, Kuralt overedo story on a swimming pig which he said was probably the "low point" of the series. And, in Mohr's ket Degraff, Ohio, Kuralt reported on an eggoldin9 Contest. The chomp held thirty eggs. Kuralt say "On the Road" does not represent an tmpt to prove anything." "Idon't have any philosophy about it. All it is, is just "effort to put little feature stories on the air. I think "nice to acknowledge, once in a while, that the 'Iecountrysn'tIn fhame. tink there'so valuq in AtOnce in a while, reminding people that the big hack headlines --all the violence tint accompanied SCivil rights revolution, the Vistnam War after that, nd Watergate after that, and inflation after that 5ss things which consume our attention, are, after just Part of WhOV'% oin cevnthough they are QWfully ~o g,, n pa.Ad em aim mn IslIeotnt ot .Ad unniay A Couple of ~y etIendthe 'vn th. Rood" 'in Rena, dhiw bud a seqr in Cedomylille, alifornicn way about a aidMame, former sheep a'cher who now iendseaH his time repairIng broken esf SOnS S n Olg e ddren as Christmas. Although the filming was completed, Kuralt did no, write the script until I arrived. We were at dinner and Kcuralt was telling us about how the story was coming along and said, "1 think I'll end at with, 'Afterwards we remembered that's how those others felt, those earlier shepherds bearing gifts.' We all agreed that it sounded like a great Christmas story -the old sheep rancher fixing the toys for children compared with the shepherds bearing gifts when they went to Bethlehem to see Jesus. But, Kurolt suddenly said, "Wait, I don't think the shepherds brought gifts -it was the thre, wise men." We couldn't remember if the shepherds hod brought anything. So, that night we all retired to our hotel rooms to look up the Christmas story in those bibles the Gideons leave in every room. Kurolt was right. And the ending was changed to, ".we remembered that's how those others felt, too those earlier shepherds who cam. with the wise men bearing gifts," ,,,, S"if we hadn't checked that," Kurolt sold, "We'd hove hod religious groups from all the country writing In.After we hit the major csilnot~but befor, we bEft Rena, we drove around for several hewrs Inoking fo'r licsps. pica. The crew had been working tn o story about the funny names people pay to hove on their plates instead of numbers. We did find a 1OJQA, (10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace.) And, I chased (on foot) down the main street of Rena, a Mazda with a piote that sold "HMMMAM," which Kurolt used in the script to say, "And everybody knows the piston engine goes 'boing, bying, being,' but the Mazda gow, 'HMMM." We found a "MAXINE" Incparking lot, who Kurolt figured'vtust be a hairdrasser,"o tomato-re VW with a tog that read "IWO-MATO," and we followed "8 HAPPY"for about 15 minutes, only to Ice it when we went up a steep bill. After Reno, the next stop was Sonsa Crux, where Kurolt was planning to do a story on a musical sow player. The saw player. Tom Scibner, hod 'written about his "Lost Sound kand," composed of ram cn the firs, sow, Herman Olsen or OW.i cn the second maw and Arlene Sutton on the pIano. Th. production took nearly f iv. hours, and 2700 feet of filrnwas shctassr, the film would be edited down to four minutes, or appraxkmately 13 feet. "Editng music I. a rbe,"si ual,"hf (Sne page 12)

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Thg. S. flEA Th* IW.94.d.ot flbdd. MhIeor. Mi.,. Jm.u.q 24 1975 S 76a 7.e 6/ 7. traveling with jeff cardenas To be on the road anywhere is good medicine, but traveling State Rood AlA on Floeldo's east coast can give the transient a unique dose of diversity. There are sand dunes on Anastasia IsLand and crumbling concrete jungles In Daytona. There are cowboys in Oak Hill and mullet fishermen in Jupiter. AlA pouse. through It all and gives on aware traveler the chance to see how really different Florida's land and people can be. To obtain the full benefit of this experience I recommend taking your time and hitchike, camp whenever possible, and keep your eyes and ears open to absorb the people and places. You will discover some pretty interesting personalities. My breakcin' away lost weekend got off to a good start when a wrinkled old man named Archie Neck stopped to give a lift from Gainesville to Palatka. With a spit and a cough, his ancient Rambler rumbled off as he asked me where I was heading. I told him I was going to the beach and most anywhere my thumb would toke me. That must have hit a retrospective nerve in old Mr. Neck because he smiled and seemed to pass into a dreamy-like daze memories so often bring. "yeah Yeah, when I was younger," he said,. 'I use to travel abouts. My brother was ten and I was seven when we first decided to go a huntin' adventure. We was always fascinated with trains so one day we jumped into a box car on a freight passin' through Palatka. We didn't know where the train was gain' and we didn't much care. Mostly it gave us a break from the school -I guess like you're darn' right now "Well anyways," he continued, "The first railroad yard we came to, we sow one of the yard men a'comin' toward our car. My brother and I hid in the corner as he slammed the door shut and we figured we was tafe. Well, 'bout sight days later they opened the box car and we was In Seattle, Washington." With raised eyebrows I Interrupted and sold, "Aw come on Mr. Neck, how did you live In a box car for eight days with no food or water?" "Bananas, son. Why that box car was just packed full of bananas. We was satin' bananas all the way to Seattle. Yeah, l'l never forget the look on them yardmens' faces when they saw us two road monkles sitlir,' in the middle of all them banana peels and alt that stirnhin' yeller banana dung." "Yes sir," he said grinning from ear to ear, 'Them were good times." For the remainder of the ride will, Archie Neck, the smile and dreamy glaze never left his fcc,. I intersected AlA at St. Augustine and my first Impressions of the town were negative. Everywhere I looked were tourists and tourist trap.: Zoroyda's Castle -the enchanted potace of Spain; Ripley's Believe It or Not, (I couldn't believe it, especially opening display a life-size stuffed Chinaman with four eyes): and Potter's Wax Museum where Joan of Arc points a sword at you as you walk down the street. When I got away from the tourists, however, I discovered they were all missing the real class of St. Augustine. Like Flogler College, an absolute monument in brick architecture; the restored Spanish structures, built on cobblestone streets in the center of the city; and of course, the beach. These are all places FALLOOlIrNG: INE BKit C'4EW WCCIk 38 SPECIAL L AST TWO NIGHTS Coming upi Bacchus ALL T1+C BCER OR WIMC YOU CARE TO DRINK -AnnAEvery MON. 8-10 I Giris FREE se.a. lf4lt.U, Ias li GO Guys $2.UU I e

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thot should not be overlooked when posing through St August'ne. Anostoslo Beach, lust east of the city ison unspoiled strnp of sugar sand, sea oats and rolling dunes The stork beauty of this beach is a great spo t picnic or spend the night You con almost experience h0llucmrOgenliC feeling after waking from a right on the dunes and seeing the sun rise out of the ocean, flashing its colors across the sky. My nex ride heading south on AlA was unusual It was with a n about 25 in a souped up Mustang with a little engraved plaque on his doshboord reading "EAt MO POSSUM." I hopped in, thanked him for stopping, looked at the plaque, gulped, and asked how for down the rood he was gomng. He opened his mouth and I thought he was going to answer, but instead he tossed some multicolored capsules down his throat and stepped on the accierotor Now I was kind of startled, but I didn't really grow concerned until he pulled within four feet of this station wagon driving in front of us. The wagon hod a bumper sticker on its fender that read "SHOWDOGS -DON'T TALGATE," (I could read it pretty clearly) and in she back of the won were some cages with little black poodles in them looking at us Suddenly, this guy I am riding with freaks starts flashing out and his headlights and honking his horn, then turns to me and literally screams, 'That's true, ain't never seen no showdogs Deciding tailgate this guy was definitely a psychopath, looked at my rood map and calmly said, ''So this is Pointer's Hill Say I've got a buddy who lives in this town, could you drop me off here?" Silence. "Ah sir, thanks for the lift?"' With his eyes tust stornog at those poodles and foot glued to the gas pedal, he said nothing his "You see sir," my voice cracking and growing rather meek, "I've got this buddy Then like somebody lust kicked him in the funnybone, he bellowed out in deep laughter, "You should a seen their eyes, boy, them little poodles was really shook." Then he stopped the car I bolted out the door and watched him drive away thiking how mych he would have enjoyed seeing my eyes One tinmg to keep in mind about hitchmng down AlA is that you have got to take it ocluolly oil in stride, because it's you traveling on their turf Another thing to remember 's not to stop in Poier's IlI under any circumstances. I waited for about three hours in that town and then, as if I my next ride took me to Daytona was md, It was near dark and it was becoming evident that I was going to have Wrinkle City. to (gasp) spend the night in the Daytona Beach must rank as one of the bop cities in the nation for pure fascist harassment around unpleasantness. It places you'll away down AlA. is definitely anid lust all one of wont to detour when you're the breokmn WI., ye.' yew' fvrdh hes hosetel Jwst cdlDem inst~aamp.sy Eatad yesu Doyiso's____h_ ihDOkI niesurnnflWYsSt-id -DON_'_ ltuMn Por' n-e -ny puA Thestefa1saat4as e ib.h smodfoe ideme -g.dfer $.O0eeeIwrge -checkat tie Dubes ac .ym'Ihedlu C: 1710 SW 13th Street. 1025 N Main Street. 4006 NW 39th R'bad. .'. -----It afSOanc5 dots pIn r-ahsy" vredynt ued he, I. burry Srt ye. 376-2487 376-3317 378-2415 cotta i4L~~

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S 0 7 at traveling with jeff cardenas To be on the rood anywhere is good medicine, but traveling State Road AlA on Florido's east coosi can give the transient a unique dose of diversity. There are sand dunes on Anastasia Island and crumbling concrete jungles in Daytona. Ther, are cowboys in Oak Hill and mullet fishermen in Jupiter. AlA passes trough It all and gives on aware traveler the chance to see how really different Florida's land and people carn be. To obtain the full benefit of this experience I recommend taking your time and hitchike, camp whenever possible, and keep your eyes and ears open to absorb the people and places. You will discover some pretty interesting personalities. My breakin' away last weekend got off to a good start when a wrinkled old man named Archie Neck stopped to give a lift from Gcanesvllle to Palatka. With a spit and a cough, his ancient Rambler rumbled off as he asked me where I was heading. I told him I was going to the beach and most anywhere my thumb would take me. That must have hit a retrospective nerve in old Mr. Neck because he smiled and seemed to pass into a dreamy-like daze memories so often bring. "yeah Yeah, when I was younger," he said, 'use to travel abouts My brother was ten and I was seven when we first decided to go a huntin' adventure. We was always fascinated with trains so one day we lumped io a box car on a freight passin' through Polatka. We didn't know where the train was goin' and we didn't much care. Mostly it gave us a break from the school -I guess like you're darn' right nlow." 'Well anyway.," he continued, "The first railroad yard we come to, we saw one of the yard mon o'comlr' toward our ear. My brother and I hid in the COfflef as he slammed the door shut and we figured we was safe, Well, 'bout eight days later they opened the box car and we was in Seattle, Washington." With raised eyebrows I interrupted and said, "Aw come on Mr. Neck, how did you live In a box car for eight days with no food or water?" "Bananas, son. Why that box car was vast pocked full of bananas. We was ectin' bananas all the way to Seattle. Yeah, I'1l never forget tile look on them yardmens' faces when they saw us two rood monkies sittin' in the middle of all them banana peels and all that strmkin' yeller banana dung." "Yes sir," he said grinning from ear to ear, "Them were good times."' For the remainder of the ride with Archie Neck, the smile and dreamy glaze never left his face. I intersected AlA at St. Augustine and my first impressions of the town were negative. Everywhere I looked were tourists and tourist traps: Zoroyda's Castle -the enchanted palace of Spain; Ripley's Believe It or Not, (I couldn't believe it, especially opening display -a life-size stuffed Chinoman with four eyes); and Potter's Wax Museum where Joan of Arc points a sword at you as you walk down the street. When I got away -from the touris, however, I discovered they were all missing the real class of St. Augustine. Like Flogler College, an absolute monument mn brick architecture; the restored Spanish structures, built on cobblestone streets in~ the center of the city; and of course, the beach. These are all places FALLOOrNIrG: INE BAND ENlCRY WEEk1 38 SPECIAL LAST TWO NIGHTS Coming up! Bacchus ALL THfCBECROR WINCE YOU CARC TO DRimiI Every MON. 8-10 I Giris [FREE I -..-,.* Ptg.B.EXCUA.lb. Thudpgnemt fod. AlIigator. Mt.,. Jeinarr2A 1975 GO buys $2.UU L hi nab b~SP.fltg -t It fl-b imtw. ,sm. I

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Id otbeoverlooked when passing through That shou ISt Augustine .Andstasia Beach, iust east of the city is on unspoiled strip of sugar sand, sea Oats and rolling dunes The stark beauty of this beach is a great spo t picnic or spend the night. You con almost experience a hallucinogenic feeling after waking from a night the dunes and seeing the sun rise out of the ocean, flashing its colors across the sky My next ride heading south on AlA was unusual It was with a n about 25 in a souped up Mustang with a little engraved plaque on his dashboard reading "EAT MO POSSUM." I hopped in, thanked him for stopping, looked at the plaque, gulped, and asked how for down the rood he was going. Re opened his mouth and I thought he was going to answer, but instead he tossed some multicolored capsules down his throat and stepped on the acciercitor Now I was kind of startled, but I concerned until he didn't really grow pulled within four feet of this station wagon drivig in front of us The wagon had a bumper sticker on its fender that reed DON'T TAILGATE," (I could read it "SHOWDOGS pretty clearly) and in the bock of the wagon were some cages with little black poodles In them looking at us Suddenly, this guy I am ridig with starts flashing freaks out and his headlights and honking his horn, then turns to me and literally screams, am t never seen no showdogs Deciding 'That's true, tailgate" this guy was definitely a psychopath, looked at my road map and calmly said, Pa nter's Hil Soy I've got a buddy who town, could you drop me off Silence. "Ah sir, thanks ''So this is lives in this here?" for the lift?" With his eyes gust staring ot those poodles ond foot glued to the gas pedal, he said nothing 'You see sir," my voice cracking and rather meek., "I've got this buddy Then like somebody gus? kicked him in nybone, he bellowed out in deep laughter, his grOwing the fun"You should a seen their eyes, boy, them little poodles was really shook.' Then he stopped the cot I bolted out the door and watched him drive away thinking how mych he would have enjoyed seeing my eyes One tinmg to keep in mind about hitchmng down AlA is that you have got to lake it actually its S you traveling all in stride, on their because turf Another thing to remember as not to stop in Pointer's under any circumstances I waited for about three hours an that town and then, as if I was a nxed, m~y next ride took me to Daytona. It was near dark and it was becoming ev ident that I was going to have to (gasp) Wrinkle City. spend the night in the Daytona Beach must rank as one of the top cities in the nation for pure fascist harassment and around unpleasantness. It places you'll wont away down as definitely to detour when you gust oill one of the 're breokmn AlA. I I I PAY re Thu CEDE, OF dad he lie Thesu"ffSr5C'st 'I flU IV When yeu'm ib.t mood for e ideese pwit yowar n eete tp. .tvywesvbeingle hove tel Just ci Desk.': mmd love yew -ndelverd bet, feat, ed fr. Ehisy yuewSies.p ies tsherha .fflkflsglefterwflkaghbun.' t -L. aha -1 L iey E -ss .-sn -good fEr $1.0 oe a lurg. or .JO cc e -check meit. ele's mnt ye. .ye'I he eS yeas. Campus: Eastsid.: Westside: 1710 SW 13th Str.t. 1025 N Main Stre. 4006 NW 39th Rhad. 376-2487 376.3317 378-2415 ~rj A. u.S ----Tflarloend5dcts iA -FREE DIVR ld not be

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'You just say the word yogurt backwards The police, not having to battle with a large holiday crowd lost weekend, decided to focus their attention on the few travelers passing through town. A backpack was the only bait needed to draw them and they marched down the beach, one after the other, rounding up transients like cattle. Spaced about 15 minutes apart, the police would approach, fire off strings of questions; "Lemme see your I.D., what do you got in the pock, where you slaying Then they would move on to the next person with more police following up the rear asking the same questions to the same people. One officer told me to show him how much money I had and when he looked In my wallet and saw only two dollars he chuckled sarcastically, 'You can count on them hippies to 'whip inflation new.'" Anybody can put up with the hassles, but it is the sheer depression of Daytona Beach that con really get you down. Newcomers in town walk along the "famed" Daytona Beach boardwalk in awe and say, "Where is It man?" The boardwalk along AlA, supposedly the tourist center of Daytona, is just a slummed-out rendition of Atlantic City The generation of pinball fanatics and bumpercar freaks has obviously come and gone. Many of the arcades are shut down and the ones that are open display only a little man in a little booth, with a lonely mechanized drawl, "Try your luck, three shots for a dollar, win your sweetheart a prize." But there is no one there to hear. Spending the night on Daytona Beach is strictly forbidden and in times other than Easter, it is strictly enforced. You risk a trip to lil if you're caught sleeping on the beach. I had to sleep somewhere that night, and I wasn't quite financially prepared for the Daytona Hilton, so I hitched about 10 miles south of Daytona and camped on the beach in some palmettos and pines near the town of Wilbur-by-ihe-Seo. A fellow traveler warned me about Wilbur saying it was full of rattlesnakes and rednecks. But seeing what Daytona Beach was full of, I figured I'd be better off with the rednecks and snakes., In the mornig I left AlA and took US I to bypass Cope Canaveral. If you follow AlA along the cope as for as it goes (about 15 miles south of New Smyrna) you will come to an incredible stretch of beech that looks like no other human being hod ever set foot on. It would be a topnotch place to camp for a weekend, but hitching along the dirt road to get there would be virtually impossible because of the complete absence of traffic. By mid-morning I had made it around the Cape and bock out to the ocean at Cocoa Beach. It was good to be back on AlA but US I rivaled it closely by providing some pretty exotic rides. One ride was with this rancher from Oak Hill in a pickup truck. He had a bumpersticker on his rear window ( just under the gun rocks) that read, "I'M A ROPER, NOT A DOPER." He said that if he didn't start getting better prices for his beef he would have to go into rustling full time. Then this kid who couldn't have been more than 13 picked me up in a van and started telling me (in detail) about a date with his girlfriend lost night. He over and over. quit when I didn't appear overly impressed. As we drove through the empty countryside he pointed tooa large billboard advertismng a Seventh Day Adventist Church with huge bloodshot eyes and the words ARRIVED STONED graftitied on it "This is Mims, Florida," he said. "If you hadn't a seen the sign, you'd a missed the city." But it was im Titusville I caught what was probably the most unusual ride of the weekend. A middle-aged mon in a new Grand Prix pulled to the side of the rood to give me a lift. As I got into the car the guy smiled with a mouthful of crooked teeth and in a high nasal voice said, "Hi, my name's Sincloir Righteous, I'm in yogurt." I all came so quick that I looked at him in wonder and then down at his seat, half expecting the man to be sitting in a pool of strawberry preserves. I still hadn't found my voice before he started off again "Yep, it's the next best thing for a person besides sex. You. ever tried it?" 'Yogurt?" I asked. "Sure," he said with his voice so high pitched thought it could attract dogs, 'You twist your legs into one of those yoga positions, you know, sitting' indian style, and you chant between mouthfuls of yogurt." I found myself become interested in this odd custom of Mr. Righteous and I asked what kind of chant one would use for this yogurt meditation. "Why it's simple" he said. 'You lust say the word yogurt backwards, over and over Trugoy, trugoy, trug-oy. It can be a very enlightening experience. I was a litle suspicious that this guy Righteous was pulling my leg so I asked him where he had learned the ritual Then he told me he was a traveling yogurt salesman and day in and day out he was on the rood selling his product. When I asked what the point of this yogurt meditation was his eyes narrowed and his voice squeaked like a parrot. "Yogurt salesmen have to unwind after a long day of work too you know." I took his word for it and got out at-the next light to catch a ride to Cocoa Beach. This stretch of AlA from Cocon to Jupiter is by far the most enjoyable, most beautiful -arnd in my opinion most sane. For surfers, the bench break adjacent to Patrick Aur Force Bose and the inlet break of Sebastian offer the finest waves on Florida's coost. Excellent fishing can be found alt along the Indian River with specid hot spots off the jetties at Sebastian Inlet and in the surf off Hutchinson Island. Clams are also plentiful along this I00 mile stretch of beach and all it takes to get a bucketful is to walk along a sandbar and wiggle your toes below the surface untill you feel them under your feet. But it is probably the people along this part of AlA that makes it so appealing. Their life style is slow and satisfying. Sitting around a driftwood fir. on the beach that last night with a group of beach bum howals, drinking a little beer and eating clams, got me to thinking how pleasing this was compared to rambling on with yogurt gurus and showdog sodist~ -but I wouldn't hav, missed them for the world. You can't fully opprecbot. the place you get to untUl you realIze what you went through getting thereX FOR OURNEXT CAN WOAN. Try our low cost ato flnuning -Inisreetis conputsd each month oft the unpaid balance and do you evr save 'Men ymi vtrsd or pay thudi I Cii I-0Nla Nab ttbefore sigqn pars anywhere glee.-. 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hit EXUA Whe bp ndeshdd IngeSr, Midd. Jamey 14 197 'The stories about people are really the successfu ones. (From page 7) Kuralt also pointed that the editors in New York will only be able to use one or two tunes. "As I write it, it calls for two or ports of two tunes. So, it really was kind of pointless to let them go on playing. But it's a way to get a running start on a "In a way we kind of wasted that first roll of film in order to break the ice and to let the people play a little bit -let them feel good about having performed for us and to give me a chance to really get io the story -to think about it while they were playing and so imagine how it might go together." The Musical Sow was an atypical "On the Road" story because it was filmed in one location. 'With most stories," Kurolt pointed out, "the,. are several locations AlthougM music halls were available for the filming of this piece, Kuralt preferred to use Arlene Sutton's living room. This is the place where the Lost Sound Bond practices every afternoon. And, a music ball would have made the story look "too much like a production," sold Kuralt, Before the actual filming of the story, Kuralt refused to talk about the interview or anything relating to Tom's playing the musical saw. Instead, Kuralt said, "I try to talk about the weather, or anything This way, the answers Tom would give in the interview would not be rehersed -they would be natural and not thought out. Also, by not talking about the interview in advance, the subject does not become 'talked out" on a topic. Af ter the filming ond sound for the story was completed, Kuralt still hod to write the script and ,ecord it. The voice-over narration was recorded inside the "On the Rood" bus. Then, we all went to the San Jose Airport to ship the film, audio tap. and the script to New York where tih. film was .dited. When writing the script for the "On the Road" stories, KtraIt does not hove the film to refer to as it is processed and edited in New York. But, he knows basically what Is on she fim and the length of the shots. Kuralt summarized his technique for "On the Road" saying, 'The big thing is woring together. The thing to remember is that is really is useful to know everything about the camera-work, everything about the sound, know all the technical things you can and know the film editor's problems -that's the biggest thing of all." In addition to understanding the technical problems of a piece, the writer must hove a feeling for the subject. ". you have have to be genuine -you have so really care. If you pretend to care, that shows through." 'Now," Kuralt says, "we are getting away more and more from events and doing more stories on Short on people. The stories about people ore really the successful ones." IKuralt sold that sometimes for the Cronkite News they like the "silly" stories -such as th. story on the tree-sitting contest "or those things because they're silly. But, nobody remembers those for a day." Kuroltt favorites are those on people, not only becaus. they ore more successful, bps because they are more meaningful. "The story we did about Tom Scribner is one I'1l neyer forget. I mean, I'l neve, forget that man. If we cansucceufully prensa man's life and career, or a woman's, Into fbdr minutes with a few snatches of dialogue and afew well-shot pictures, well enough to make people understand what sort of person this is, then it's a successful story." I left the crew 1ust before Christmas to come bock to Gainesville. Kurolt was returning to New York and Charlie, Izzy and Lorry were going bock to Chicago, where their families live. The "On the Road" crew was going to meet around the beginning of January at Pier 24 in Sarn Francisco, where we had left the bus during the vacation. They don't have any agenda of stories to cover. They'll just wander around the country until they find another home-spun Kuraltian character who will give some more insight into the "IndividualIsm" and "yankee ingenuity" that still exists In America. X Cash? SEE US ABOUT A LOAN Want Your Dollars To Work For You? WE JUST PAID A 6% DIVIDEND FOR 1974 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA STUDENT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Room 310, J. Wayne Reitz Union Open 9:00-3:30kA Monday Wednesday Friday USE YOUR CREDIT UNION U &#ow I.