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; .;: RENA EPSTEIN BECAUSE,UF WILL PAY the 'increasedrates
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; Alligator Staff Writer in three stages, city customers will pay a

:. ,".*c*I higher rate until 1977 when the rate increasewill Hard Times :
: UF will 1 eventually be smacked with a, be equalized between UF and the other *,,
$300,000 increase in its water bill, but it won't customers: 1 y estr '
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have to be. paid until 1976.: After voting down several motions, the
... The Regional Utilities Board (RUB) RUB finally decided, on a compromise of the AtUF .
,Wednesday approved a new, rate increase at original proposal by the engineering firm of
UF'spreading it over'a two-year-period. Black, Crow and' Eidsness that called for an
,THIS MEANS, THE WATER RATE. 'increase in water and .sewage rates: and a called for'a capital facilities charge. of$250 for ,increase has been'going on for several weeks.
(increase at UF will be a smaller increase; capital facilities charge f of$620 for,new home' water and $370 for, sewage. There have been'two public hearings held
:1 1975 that.in 1976. UF will pay the full rate hook-ups to,the: system. During the RUB meeting City Commissioners by the RUB to allow citizens to express their'
increase' in 1977 I and the charge will be The compromise approved by a vote of 8.2 Russell Ramsey and: James views.,
'whatever the rate for .J 1000 gallons of water is, calls for a capital : charge that will be Richardson 'presented.. alternatives to the At the public'hearing on Jan. 29, Greene
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at that:time.. 50 per cent.of the'original proposal. RUB original proposed S: capital facilities charge. said the possible $300,000 increase in water
"j\ cording'to,a' law,enacted in 1970, any also approved a'greater increase in per-1000-() )( Ramsey recommended a graduated capital. and sewage'bills at UF might.force him to lay'
increase in UF's water bill should be, paid by' gallon, rates .than, in the original proposal. facilities fee based on use rather than a fixed ofTworkersv
t This 'was done:. to offset: the' result of '
the Florida
: legislature. : chaage. UF NOW PAYS A LITTLE MORE than
'If, UF underestimates their expected water decreasing the capital facilities charge: COUNTY COMMISSIONER JACK $200,000 for'water and seWage.
bills in'the.budget and if the'legislature fails THE COMPROMISE CAPITAL facilities DURRANCE raised. a ,'motion to delay After the Wednesday meeting, Greene said
'"funds Gainesville charge for homes,will be $125 for,water
,to appropriate sufficient ', new' consideration'of the capital facilities charge of.l "
the possiblity layoffs was "hypothetical.
residents will have to makeup: .the, deficit., and.SI85',for sewage.The original proposal but the motion failed. ,
RUB also the limit the
changed on chargesfor
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..- -. ..- City Commissioners 'Joe Little ,urged'the' '
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sewage. The limit was raised to 18,000
'three phase increase,for UF because he said it gallons from '14,000'gallons.ACCORDING .

'would "show the, Florida legislature that TO RAMSEY, it will en-'
Gainesville Js willing to help,"' courage conservation, of water because
City Commission Russell Ramsey said{ customers will now have to pay for 'an additional
"Residents of' Gainesville will definitely 4,000 gallons. Usage above 18,000,
receive an increase of a couple of dollars in 'is returnable the
.f R gallons not to system
their utility bill eacb'month if the legislature because it is assumed to be used for washingcars
refuses to appropriate additional, funds forUF's and lawns
:watering according to City
bill. ". Commissioner William Talbot.
THE THREE PHASE SPREAD of increased
water charges.will mean the followingto Part of a proposal approved Wednesdayalso
UF:, calls for a new fire hydrant charge of
o UF will pay 52 cents per 1000 gallons of $135 per year per hydrant for UP The chargeto
water' beginning March 9, 1975.o the city is$210 per year per hydrant.
UF will pay 62'/ cents per 1000.gallonsof According to Greene,when the effect of the
water beginning March 9, 1976. new hydrant charges are added to the 52 cents
o UF will pay whatever the 1000 gallon charge for the first year, the rate increase is
rate of the system is beginning March 9, 1977. over 100 per cent.
UF previously paid about 26 cents per Because Gainesville owns the Regional
thousand gallons of water. Utilities System, the city commission must
Although the full rate increase for UF will approve the new rates before they will become

not be immediately implemented, Calvin effective.
Greene.director of UF's physical plant said City Attorney Osee Fagan said he will
he is "worried about the effect the increasewill present an emergency ordinance including the
have on the current fiscal period. new rates and capital facilities charge to city

DISCUSSION, PROPOSED waterByJOEMORAN commissioners for approval Monday night.in .,

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Alligator Writer and one,'each in ,Peacock and Alachua

Five UF students died in freshwater ,sink..,
scuba diving accidents last year. MOST RECENTLY, Charles Barone. a
One more, Charles Barone died this 'freshman,drowned in the UF owned Blue
year. Sink' near Ocala.Barone's '
Florida's crystal-watered springs, death was not in a' cave
sinkholes and caves'are beautiful but however ,but 'was caused by another
deadly.: misjudgment of novice divers: .diving too
DAVE DESAUTELS KNOWS.During deep without proper' training
the last 14 years, Desautels has been called The 263 foot-deep sinkhole, used by the

'photo by 0org kochonl.c jr.; on to recover 26 bodies of divers" who made U.S. Navy for deep-diving training is "too
'fatal underwater mistakes. deep unless you have expert training,"
'. Desautels,one of 20 instructors certified according to Lewis Collins' of 'Scuba

; .Cavediving. 'by: the National ,Association for; Cave Dynamics in'Gainesville.
.f <: : ,Diving, said most of the divers simply got "CAVES ARE ,A different part of
\ diving," Collins said. "1 stay from
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: entered a dear, water cave, he said, them.
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.. ". without proper equipment and couldn't, Collins said a number of local accidents
.oj! t. ,find. their way,out again because of the silt claimed out-of-state divers as their victims.
stirred up'at the bottom of the cave. "Gainesville instructors recommend an

:. t ".:.. .. IN THE. FIRST: eight months of 1974. additional advanced course in cave diving
: : 22 people died ,in fresh' water diving in after basic certification," Collins said.
Florida: and another 11 died in ocean THE ATTRACTION TO DIVING is an
: 'diving, out of an estimated '100,000 divers urge of man that pre-dates recorded
_ ;;, r. r,',! vtho use Florida waters for their' sport, history, according to Allen.
'I' .. : ,"" l! according to Tom Allen of Allen's Trail "Ever since the first' 'guy ''dropped a
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I.; .i '. ;-' '!\ < ;. 2,, been the divers Desautels has- too look for "It's only natural to wonder. 'what's
.,,' '. in the caves. under there?'" Allen said.
'. 'it J. ,; '
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. thursday, AUAN J. GB GtER t tWin Senate panel. passes taritt ban ;1 1

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bill to rescind of Ford's proposals designed to drive up the price of
A House passed
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and other fuels, Sen. Ernest F. Hollings, d.S.C
President Ford's oil import fee won Senate committee ap petroleum ",
fees,
decontrol
it reported. These include the import of domestic
proval Wednesday with a Republican opponent predicting
of natural
and deregulation
crude oil prices J gas.
would become law over a veto.
said he told by the White Hollings said the committee agreed that seeking to curtail
Sen., Robert Dole. R-Kan. was
Snowstorm hits NortheastUPI by I million barrels a day this year would only in.
House that Ford had only 28 or 29 sure Senate votes against imports
,
overriding the President's expected veto of the bill too few tensify inflation and retard recovery from the recession. "I '
( )- A heavy snowstorm struck the Atlantic seaboard to block it from becoming law. don't know a single businessman who's for an excise tax on
Wednesday, tying New York City traffic in knots and closing MEANTIME, sources said, a special committee of Senate petroleum" Hollings said.
schools and the New York Stock Exchange early. Sources said the Democratic senators hoped to endorse
Democrats seeking to draft an alternative energy program a
More than six inches of snow was dumped on New York balanced package seeking to tie expenditures on
reached tentative on a number of measures. energy to
agreements
City in its first bona fide storm of the winter. In many other These will be recommended to the Senate Democratic Policy economic recovery so that they move apace.
cities and towns in the Northeast, the nation's most heavily Committee at a luncheon Tuesday. The President made plans to seek to win allies in the Senatein
populated region it was the worst blast of the season. all the forthcoming showdown over energy policy.
The Democrats agreed on a down-the-line fight against
Many streets and highways in the New York metropolitanarea
were closed because of hazardous driving conditions.The .
New Jersey Turnpike cut speed limits. Driving conditionson
the Pennsylvania Turnpike were miserable. Ford to give Rocky policy roleWASHINGTON I


Marijuana speeds up heart (UPI!) -= President Ford,has decided to presidential aides would be named to head the council's 30-
give Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller a major domestic member staff.Rockefeller.
HOUSTON (UPI!) A Chicago researcher Wednesdaysaid policy role in his administration, sources disclosed, Wed- met twice Wednesday with Ford and top White
marijuana speeds up heart action and increases blood nesday. House aides,reportedly to discuss the Domestic Council plan.
flow and would be harmful to persons suffering from certain After a month of discussion' within Ford's inner circle,
heart diseases.Dr. approval has been given to Rockefeller's proposal to James M. Cannon 56,,the No. 2 man on Rockefeller's staff
Charles Kanakis Jr., assistant professor,of medicine at reorganize the Domestic Council and make it a long-range and a long-time associate of the former New York Governor,
Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, said a study of 19 men policy planning body. will be named executive director of the council. He will
22 to 30 years old showed an increased pulse rate but not White House sources and top Rockefeller assistants,said replace Nixon administration holdover Kenneth Cole, whose
higher blood pressure in marijuana users. Wednesday that ,by the end of the month two top vice resignation is effective March 2.



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,,, By STUART EMMRICII The extension was requested to start this prohibiting secret Honor Court proceedingswill A hearing is scheduled in approximately 30 i't
,. and Saturday,when the limit to file any charges in also freeze the 90-day trial-requirement. days to hear arguments in the suit against the ,I
TOM SIIRODER connection with ,alleged cheating on fall Marmish said. Honor cpu 1 and UF ;
Alligator Staff WritersA quarter mid-terms runs out. THE INJUNCTION, ORDERED BY Although the injunction issued by Green i 1
BUT MARMISH EXPLAINED LATERthe circuit court Judge R.A. Green Tuesday and only applies to the closed hearings and not
60-day statute of limitations on honor: vote by the bar had no effect.because "the ,renewed Friday, applies only to closed Honor other Honor Court proceedings. Marmish 1
code offenses may prevent Honor Court Atty. senate doesn't have the power to change the Court hearings and does not apply to the said the uncertainty of the situation has j
Gen. Paul Marmish from filing cheating constitution, it can only be changed by a investigation of alleged offenses,. Harris said. hampered the current cheating investigation. l'
charges against a "significant" number of referendum by the student body." But Marmish said the injunction had "WE ARE GETTING NO "
suspects in the wide-spread Business Administration COOPERATION, no contacts with any f
scandal, x defendants or witnesses because people are ;K''
/n/ fairness/ roncerned .
The UF Student Body Constitution everyone afraid their names are going to end up in the
requires charges of an honor code violation paper.
to be able to the
must be filed within 60 school days of the we ought see' Sixty-three students have been charged
alleged offense., with cheating offenses but only 16 of those
A STATUTE SPECIFICALLY states that investigation out, follow it up and cases were decided before the injunction was
the charges must be filed within 60 days of the issued.
violation, but Marmish said Wednesday nightan resolve ii, : MARMISH SAID IN COURT Tuesday,
interpretation on that statute will be although he had originally estimated charging:
requested from the Board of Masters (BOM) 200,people with involvement:: in the alleged
: today., College of Business Administration organized
Marmish said he was going to request the -Paul Marmish, -- cheating the injunction might mean he could
BOM to decide if the statute of limitations only file about 20 to 30 more charges.He .
1 !should "run from the time the incident occursor Honor Court attorney general; explained the ability of the Honor Court
when the Honor Court finds out about it." investigation to uncover more information
.I He explained that cheating cases constitute concerning people involved in cheating would
fraud, and regular law states that fraud If the 60-day limit holds, Marmish said he hampered his investigation and brought it to be hampered by the possibility: that the
statute of limitations only begins "once, the would have to lower his standards for filing almost a "grinding halt." proceedings might be made public.
incident comes to light." charges. Marmish explained students are no longer "All of our information so far has been
MARMISII SAID STUDENT Body "I 1 wouldn't want to run the risk of putting coming into the Honor Court to volunteer gathered on the assumption that it would be
President Steve Merryday would be requestedthis people through the trial process unless I was information because they fear the information. kept confidential," Marmish explained,
morning to convene a special meeting of really sure probably cause existed," he said. might be released to the public. adding students told him they wouldn't have
the BOM today for a ruling on the statute. HOWEVER, IF NO EXTENSION is A SUIT FILED JOINTLY by The ''volunteered information if they thought it was
Acting under the assumption that theStudent granted he ,may have to, Marmish said. Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF law going to be made public. ,
Senate had the power to change the According to Honor Court procedure, any student Judy Collins argues that the Honor Marmish said that all the confessions he
limitations statute,the Honor Court bar voted student has the right to a trial within 90 daysof Court hearings are covered by the Florida has obtained would also haveto be thrown out
Wednesday to recommend to the senate that a being charged with a honor code violation.A Covenmcnt-in-the-Sunshine-Law shouldbe because they were taken on the grounds that
60-day extension of the limitation be granted. temporary circuit court injunction open to the press and public. they would be kept confidential.








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1.4,The Independent florido Alligator,.Thursday., Februerrl13l975,] _


ISt.on-e: calls -fuel: : -'- number: 1. problem'' I IBy



increase in the number of people who 1!
JANET PARK rising productions costs throughout the term demands are inelastic. are
silver.
Alligator Staff Writer economy on Washington energy planners who Stone said, "Everyone knows that when buying STONE gold or TOLD THE ,

are trying, to discourage using oil products by costs go down, prices will go down. '
raising the, costs."PEOPLE THE SENATOR SAID ,PROPOSEIX, tax,", AGRICULTURALISTS he strongly t sUPPOrts }
U.S.. Sen. Richard Stone, D-Fla.'call ed the rebates which are. -currently pending :in legislation designed protect agriculture y
WON'T STOP BUYING the oil "The number one product ( ,
fuel crisis "the number one problem theeconomy" Congress, "Won't lead to purchasing" by agriculture))
while talking to Florida they need, they'll just pay more for it. Stone consumers. must be taken care of when the squeeze is 1/
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agriculturists Tuesday night. said. He said the public "will either sit on it (the on" he said., ,r,

Stone while addressing an Institute of Food He added, "their thrust seems to be in the rebates) or they will buy gold and, silver." Stone cited two measures in particular that
and Agriculture Sciences conference blamed, opposite direction. It's been proven that short But Stone added there has not been a large would protect America's farmers: one would
prevent flooding the market with foreign !
products and one he hopes to formulate "
would defer the estate tax on inherited farms. (

He said."Dumping foreign products on the

I Profs predict one In ten out of workBy down market food will prices.benefit the,consumer by bringing r.t,'

"BUT WHEN U.S. producers are forced
out of business: and foreign products

KAREN MEYER "Florida's Econometric Forecast" .Those latter industries will benefit froman dominate-foreign prices are not low" he

Alligator Writer prepared by Horowitz and Roberts reveals the increase to 26.9 million tourists annuallyby warned. :
following for Floridians: the end,of 1975. ."We must protect growers and producers
Inflation rates, now around 12 per cent, Total taxable sales ,-. Florida's chief of livestock and meat from foreign dumping."
Nationwide recovery from the current will moderate substantially, veraging just revenue source-.will rise by only 6.5 per cent Stone, who took office in January, joked
recession will not begin until late this year, under six per cent this year. this year.a dramatic slowdown from the 20.9 about his low seniority, but added, "Starting
with one in every 10 Americans facing per cent increase in 1973. right away 1 want to work on a bill that would
unemployment in the coming winter, according Real personal income the dollar amount Horowitz and Roberts pointed out Florida's defer the estate tax on an inherited farm as
to two UF economics associate which is ,actually spent, will fall during the economic activity in large part reflects the long as, the farm is in agricultural produc
first of this but will increase
three'quarters year "
professors.Ann developments in the nation. tion.
R. Horowitz and R. Blaine Roberts just under one per cent in the final "Not since the 1930's have economic STONE SAID MANY FLORIDIANS,

responded to comments and questions on quarter. forecasts depended 'so much on the policy faced with a large tax on an inherited farm
their economic forecast for Florida, along With a labor force rising by about 1.6 per' alternatives and not since the,second World sellout to developers rather than pay the tax
with Robert Lanzilotti. dean of UF's Collegeof cent by the end of the year, and about 112,000 War has the health of the economy dependedon and'adjust to the low income of farming
Business Administration at the Fourth fewer jobs available Florida's unemploymentwill the policy decisions of the administration, If implemented, he said, this policy would
Annual Florida Economic Seminar. rise to 9.9 per cent. the Congress and the monetary authorities, enable people to resist the impact of the estate
THE WEDNESDAY seminar was attendedby Fewer Floridians will find employment in they reported. tax and help keep more farms productive.The .
the Florida Council of 100 a cross- construction, manufacturing, trade, Althouth "recent statistics are ominous," senator concluded "The market is a
section of about 100 of Florida's most government, transportation, communicationsand Horowitz and Roberts predict the severity of function of confidence in the direction of the
prominent citizens in business, professionaland public utilities this year, but employmentwill the current recession "will not come close to country. If'the people have no confidence in
education fields selected by the Governorto rise in agriculture, services, finance, the near total deterioration of the economy the direction, their response is to be
promote the state and its well-being. insurance and real estate. that occurred during the 1930's." cautious."




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By DOUGLAS HATCII in the near future," Coleman said.
Alligator Staff Writer Such problems include uncontrolled growth which
BE threatens the quality of life and rising costs of services
Two years after they started, the Local Government Study Coleman said.
Commission (LGSC), has made its final recommendations for TilE LGSC IN ITS DELIBERATIONS looked at four
from unifying Gainesville and Alachua County and has dissolved. niainpossibilities for local government, Coleman said. These
60 / members Tuesday night! signed their report leaving their included no change, annexation of unincorporated areas'by j
Gable's proposals for unifying the city of Gainesville and Alachua the city of Gainesville, a county charter and the .unification
or W.C. County governments with the Alachua County legislative plan, Coleman said.
gift for delegation."WE THE UNIFIED GOVERNMENT would function much
the OF THE LGSC, after 33 months 'of deliberation, like that of a city's, Coleman said. There would be an elected ,
eyes recommend the City of Gainesville and Alachua County county mayor, an eight-nlember county council and an '
Swiss governments be merged into one," LGSC Chairman Robert operations department dispensing governmental services.
able Coleman said. To, eliminate duplication of services there would be two ;'
leather The next step tor the LGSC proposals are four public taxing districts Coleman said. These would be the general
hearings to be held next month, followed by introduction .service district, which would cover the rural areas and the
during this spring's legislative session, all of which must be urban service district, which would include the urban areas.
done before the voters can vote on them.If Re sidents in the general service district would be chargedup
a the LGSC proposals are passed into law, a referendum of to ten mills ((10 cents per $10 property 'evaluation) for
county voters could be held as early as the end of the year; receiving such services as roads, but no sewage or drainage.
\ State Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville said. THE URBAN SERVICE DISTRICTS would include the
"I PERSONALLY DONT see how we could do this, cities joining the unified government and the suburbs around
because it would have to be in a special election; as the next ,them and residents would be taxed up to 20 mills((20 cents per
general election is in November 1976," Saunders' said. "I $1.000 evaluation) for such services as streets, drainage and
don't think it would be right to delay voting on this (the LGSC ,sewage..
proposals) that long." Alachua County's eight other municipalities would have the
Four public hearings will be part of the regular hearingsheld ability to join or stay out of the'unified government, Coleman
by members of the state legislature to get the public's said.These
ideas for laws, Saunders said. municipalities have already gone on record throughthe
The merger of Gainesville and Alachua County government Afachua County League: of Cities as opposing joining the
would fulfill seven major goals set by the LGSC Coleman unified government.
said Hearings; on the LGSC proposals will be at the Newberry
THESE GOALS INCLUDE narrowing responsibility for High School, March 4, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and at the High
government action, elimination of duplicate services, dealing Springs Community Center from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. the same
effectively with common regional problems and ability to day.:
respond to new demands and problems. Coleman said. The March 5 hearings will be at the Hawthorne High
"We have very few insurmountable problems at the School from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and at the Gainesville High
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Center the Rev. C.D. Weaver of Grace Presbyterian Church. .,.:\ BEAT
and the Rev. William Ferguson of-BartIcy Temple United ifF Methodist Church. Ann arston. wife of the UF president :;"
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By KAREN MEYER STUDENTS ARE BEARING 22 per cent
,Alligator Staff, Writer of the higher education budget, said Gordon
placing them in I the position' of employers
Sen. Jack Gordon Miami, announced rather than the employe position of faculty.
Monday that he is submitting a bill to. the "Students are entitled to have some control
( Florida Senate to put three students on- the over their education" said Gordon, callingthe
) Board of Regents. system "big and impersonal
Gordon vice chairman of the 'Senate "Tie) people in charge of setting policiesought ,
Education Committee,proposed the same bill to hear from the consumers(students),"
during last spring's legislative session. The he said. !,
) bill, amended in committee to have two THE RECENT PROPOSAL that the
student regents,died on the Senate floor, said regents .consider eliminating freshman and
Gordon. sophomores from the University of South
!GORDON'S BILL will'increase the regents Florida and Florida Technological University,
number to 12, with at least two of the three, triggered his re-submission of the bill
students undergraduates.State Gordon said.
University System Chancellor Robert "That whole discussion was carried on
Mautz said "students are a special interestgroup. without anybody giving a damn about the
,"and should therefore not be'on the students," he said.
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board which governs Florida's nine' state 'The regents are looking at the current
L universities. financial situation of the university system
"The,regents are not representative of any with the "point of view of preserving.as many
group or special interest" said Mautz, jobs as they can," said Gordon.
He said the regents "try: to hear'from all "TIIAT'S THE TAXPAYER'S point of
interests and make a non-special ,interest view," he said. "There is no one speaking up
decision." for students.
"IF WE DIDN'T.IIA. VE good communication Gordon said he saw no reason tor faculty to
with' students," Mautz said, seek representation on the board, "par
"then I think there would be reason" to,give. ticularly. with collective bargaining."
them ,a'voice." Gordon said he hoped interested students
,'. By proposing student regents, Mautz.said, would back his proposal by writing to their
' "you have opened the door to a major.change. legislators} and that the newly organized
The best time is between 11 PM and SAM.That's when .
in the composition of the board. student lobby would support his efforts as
: '" you can call anywhere in Florida for no more than 20C( a minute if you Mautz expressed concern that faculty and much as last year's student leaders.
, dial it yourself. A small price to pay for your best friend. other interests would also,seek representationon After it is introduced in the senate, the bill
:' the board. will probably be referred to the Senate
@ Southern BellCNJ5 However Gordon said, "When, they're. Education Committee in March, and then to
paying the same share of expenses as the. the Senate floor, according to Senate I staff
students are then .I'm all in favor of it." education committee member Tom Furlong.

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Miami lawyer' has made, some interesting 1 1w
observations to the effect that last year's flood of

indictments 'against Florida Public officials

illustrates important weaknesses in. our state's '.
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system of criminal prosecution. ," "
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Charles Intriago, former special counsel to the 'r \

governor on organized crime, argued recently i in

the Miami Herald that it was only:a unique set of ) 1

circumstances. that led to the indictments.He .
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hints these circumstances allowed in. ( M f

vestigation of official mischief in spite, rather than

because, of Florida's system of state's attorneys.
.And Intriago argues further that since these

circumstances are not likely to reoccur, now is the
perfect time to establish an office of special

prosecutor to keep tabs on public officials in the
future.

Remember that investigations into the issuanceof

state bank charters was done first on the federal

level, not by a Florida state attorney. And a probe'

into state education'contracts was begun by .a joint u_


legislative When evidence committee.dug up by 'the federal and Friends happen all the time I IHave

legislative investigations was turned, over to grand
juries, the results were indictments against the

education commissioner, the state treasurer,
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you ever asked a frien Why areYQu going with him?
and U.S. senator..
comptroller, a
and been told, "No.. there's nothing between us. We're just
Intriago makes the point that Florida's 20 friends"

elected state attorneys have' been generally WHY"IS friendship assumed to be so unimportant com JANIS MARA
ineffective in routing out political corruption, even pared with "romantic" love? ,Yes, I know that love is
though they are the 'only state officers authorizedto t beautiful. Love is the sun the moon, the stars. Love is like
initiate criminal trials. being hit by Iightning.Love is getting laid.
The trouble with being hit by lightening is it doesn't
The inconsistent quality of state attorneys was happen very often and the effects usually wear off. don't expect your friends to confine their interest only to you.
highlighted when the legislative committee felt In contrast, friendship happens all the time. Since,we're In romantic I love, you idealize your loved one. He's the
compelled to ask Gov. Askew to bring in an more likely to have friends (or more friends anyway) than prince on the white horse. Then as you spend more time with
outside state attorney to direct a Leon County lovers why not give them some importance, too? him, all too soon the flaws become obvious. Or perhaps it just
'MANY TIMES, a friendship can be more D & M (Deep becomes apparent that this person isn't who you thought he
Grand of in
Jury investigation alleged corruption and Meaningful))than a love affair. Too often, "love" is basedon .
the Department of Education.The superficialities. But friendship develops slowly, out of was.I HAVE found that women can be more supportive than
result was unintentional near-catastrophe. shared experiences and interests. anyone else in friendship. After all, we are trained to be
Askew appointed State Atty. T.. Edward Austin Last quarter I sat near a male in sociology class. One day sensitive to others' feelings, to be helpful and comforting.
from Jacksonville to handle the job. Austin he struck up a conversation. After talking for a few minutes Why not take advantage of these characteristics by being
he asked me for a date. friends with your sisters rather than confining your
with him of his staff assistants but
brought some ,
I panicked. I didn't even know him! How could I possibly friendship and support to men?
he forgot they too needed fo.be sworn in by a find anything to say during an evening out alone with Women are taugh to approach love and friendship from a
Tallahassee circuit judge in order to advise the someone I didn't know? different angle. Friends fit into a woman's life. Lovers run it.
grand jury. Why did he ask me out? He had no idea what I was like. It's expected that a woman will uncomplainingly quit her job
Thus, because of a technical misstep, the What gave him the idea I might be worthwhile company? and leave her friends behind if her husband decides to move.
Florida Supreme Court threw out bribery, conspiracy The only conclusions I could reach were that he was desperate MEN ARE supposed to come first in a woman's life.
for a date or else approaching me for sex. Neither conclusion: Friendships with other women shouldn't be important; after
perjury and kickback charges against exactly made me feel wanted for myself. all other women are just competitors for the attention of men.
former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian.It THAT'S WHY friendship is so much more of an ego buzz. Actually this is often not the case. Like many other
also placed in jeopardy state charges of You're being sought out by people who have really gotten to women. I never would admit it, but I always enjoyed the
corruption against Treasurer Thomas O'Malleyand know you, by being in the same organization, working on company of other women. I never felt the strain, the need to
former State Sen. George Hollahan 'Jr.Intriago's projects,or whatever. You know they appreciate i the real you. act a role. I didn't have to act impressed or worry about how I
Friendship has room to accomodate more of the changes looked; I could be myself.I .
solution is an appointed prosecutorwith people go through. In contrast, society's definition of I have,friendships with men who mean a lot to me, but I
statewide jurisdiction. He should be romantic love is very limited. A' love affair has 'a definite still treasure my women friends above everything. I would
authorized to what the attorney general cannot: beginning and end. You fall in love and then fall out. never cancel my plans with a woman at'the last minute just
initiate criminal trials. And he should have the'' Friendships can last a lifetime, but love affairs rarely do. because a man asked me out. Being a feminist has taught me
investigative and legal staff to back him up. Friendship,is not as limited or demanding. You don't haveto to value myself as a woman and a human being. Because I am
He should be appointed by the governor from a get worried if your friend doesn't: call,for three days. You .able to love myself,' I love other women, too.

list of candidates screened and recommended by a
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nominating commission. The special prosecutor'sterm

should be something like .seven years,' to The
Independent David*!* Terri wood
much the of
remove as as, possible pressures.
elective politics. Editor-in-chief Managing Editor
Florida
Also unlike the attorney general, the special AlhgatorCtll

prosecutor should have the power to supercede Gmeiican *
state attorneys when cases have statewide rjj David Klein Conno Brugmon Brian Jones
significance.Since ,Or News Editor layout Editor layout Editor

there is some question .whether, special' R.A"Tony" Kendzior. ". .. .., .., .,.., ,,.,........ ,... ....General Manager -
state prosecutor can be established ,without a James V.Cook ..., .. .. ,, .'t'.1.. ...,,., ,......AIaIl1ant General Manager Published by
constitutional amendment the best route is Mrs. Ev.lyn a.s". .. ..:.:i.. ,pd: ..1.::,' .#'... ,... ,.,... ... .... Administrative Assistant
Anne Malphurs.r.. .. "... .', ... .... .:.. ,.. ... .. Campus Communication Inc.
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hope our State Sens. Bob Saunders 'and Tom MocNamara ... . ..... ..a'j. t ...,1......Of'. ".i... ,.. ... .. .. Accountant Manager P.O. Box 13264 University
Roy McGee Jr ... ,... ,-.of.. .. .;. .., .... Of Of ..,... ... Station, Gainesville Florida with
Kenneth MacKay,and State Reps. Sidney Martin Donna Lubrano . . ...Of ,.I.. ..,.,., .. ,. ,.... .. ..It, .Advertising Advertising Manager offices behind the College Inn,
and ,Bill Andrews will get to work on the, k..y Harper . .. .. .... .. ..,, .,.. to.. .. .. .. .Sp.ClaiSections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
establishment of office of state prosecutor who Lynda Homl.r. . . .. ... ... ,. ......, i,.,..Advertising Production Coordinator Business Office phone: 376-Ma6..
an Diana Snyder . ....., .......,. ... .,... ,.. ...,.,...editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4458.
has the power to clear up shady dealings in Lynn Sokler. .. ... ... ,.., ,.. .. ... ,. .. Manager Advertising and Production
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-:Landlord-tenant rights... ...: ':" .' '.. .,.,.,,'L:' EDITOR: This Jetter'is .,. xestlgat'ng. I J the

'response to the article in bookstores,profits or was
the February LOth this their intent? It smells
EDlTORi}. The 'following statement in your minimal or no rent loss. This result would Alligator concerning the like, the typical whitewashjob.

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1J f"S 1 tenants'must notifynhtf' landlord: seven cleaning costs: repairs orrepl mne ,.Jf the.' .;' '' '-' '. ''''i' '.;:::i:? banking major.: .s* reviewed 'by 'an' investigating -

, darl..beforevacating..rr: they fail to do this 'notice is not given, many days might elapse'' S'v"}l I have nothing personal .. committee and
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theyflose their security deposit. before the vacancy is discovered. Under.some. ', Y 4':. t against Dwight but what .opened to the public'sreview
THE NOTICE requirement! referred to is in circumstances the rent loss might,eat up the in the world 'was: Don as stated by the
Section 83.49(5)( ),, Florida Statutes, which is an' security deposit and leave the landlord in a Lobeck thinking 'of when Sunshine! Law.

amendment effective I October 1974.. It position to obtain a judgment for additionalrent he appointed this We feel there

stipulates that a tenant who vacates or loss damages at the end of the. next University College student .> something fishy going on

abandons'the premises prior to expiration of succeeding rent payment period or the end of : to investigate the profits of with the campus
the term specified in the written lease or the lease term. 4 the Campus Shop and bookstore's profits and
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vacates or abandons premises rented under a THE REQUIREMENT is fair to the 'enoug H t f''. Bookstore.' It "'"would :would like to see that some ,

periodic tenancy (week, to week, month to landlord in that it enables> him to protect his ;.t'Ii : '. appear that such an,. truth, comes out of this
month! 'quarter ,to quarter ,or' year 'to year) property and., under many circumstances to undertaking would require investigation: for' the

shall I I notify landlords certified mail at least mitigate his rent loss damages. It is fair' to the .. more than one (freshman, students" sake.
seven days prior'to vacating' or, abandoning. tenant in that, the landlord will usually ',' Surely ,the Student

Failure to give such notice relieves landlord of cooperate in efforts to rerent since he is' interested Government .could find a George Lawrence 4AS

the' notice requirement placed on him by in rental income, not the right to a ,better J means' 'of' 'inADVICE -' Henry Williams 2UC
Section 83.49(3Xa. ( )( ), Florida Statutes. lawsuit. If these efforts are successful the :.. "
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The amendment apparently applies only to .
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would be reduced if not eliminated. "
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a situation where a tenant breaches,a lease
It must be pointed out however, that the
written for a specified number of successive
seven day notice requirement does not
weeks mon'ths'or terminates
quarters or or substitute for the number of days of advance
abandons a rental under a periodic tenancy
notice required under Section 83.57 to ter-
without giving the advance notice required in a
minate without liability of periodic tenancy,
Section 83.57 Florida Statutes. It does not
that is, one not covered by a written lease
follow that tenant's failure to
necessarily give
specifying a term of successive weeks, monthsor
the notice in the from will
required required
quarters. If the rent is paid in advance by
lead to irretrievable loss of the security
the week the week to week tenancy may be
deposit. But it does follow) that tenant'sfailure
terminated by either party by the giving of
will impose a t formidable barrier to the
notice not Jess than seven days before the end
success of'a later attempt to recover, even of any weekly period; if by the month, not less
the tenant have good to .._ :
though may cause -
than 15 days before the end of any monthly
the lease abandonthe
terminate
prematurely or period; if by the quarter, not less than 30 days
periodic tenancy. before the end of any quarterly period; if the
THIS RESULT follows) because the by the year not less than 60 days before the

tenant's failure! relieves the landlord of the end of any annual period.It ,
landlord's duty, under Section 83.49(3Xa( )( ), to should also be pointed out that the ,01"'
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terminate occupancy a few days or more ,'
be given within I 15 days after tenant's vacatingand before the termination date of a lease, with 1M
must be addressed to tenant's last known the terms of which the tenant has fully

mailing address, which could be the premisesjust complied. For example, the lease ends on 31

vacated if tenant fails to give a forwarding August; the rent is paid through that date

address. The landlord forfeits his right to but the tenant plans to vacate on 20 August.All & DISSENT
make any claim against the deposit if he does he has to do is move out in proper order ,
not give notice by the method required within and return the keys to the landlord. For

the time prescribed.If practical reasons however, the tenant should
the landlord gives timely notice, the give the landlord written notice by ordinarymail : '
tenant then.has IS days within which to raise or hand delivery as to the exact day he I IEDITOR.

his objections if any. Thereafter the court can intends to vacate. If tree falls ?
a
adjudicate the rights of the parties to WE HOPE this attempt to clarify the

possession of the deposit the issues having purpose and effect of the notice :equipments

been framed by the exchange of notices and will enable tenants to meet their obligationsand I find it increasingly is that we all cannot per educational system and for

the tenant's raising of objections. protect their rights more effectively. Any difficult to swallow sonally scrutinize entire court that matter, most other

Consequently we recommend that tenants student who has a question relating to the the attitudes of people like proceedings; neither can each systems. I can never condone,
follow the notice requirement placed on them landlord-tenant laws should feel free to call us Mr. Jones (Letter to the of us individually observe though, the attempt to

by Section 83.49(5)( for the reasons stated (392-2181)) or drop by to discuss it. Editor: Feb. 10) who seem to combat these problems with

above and because the practical operative Carl B Opp suggest that the media should what goes on in every other unethical methods 8 methods
effect of advance notice to the landlord might Supervisor contine its coverage to "good"news. sort of governmental 'or which are. at best, a flimsy

enable the landlord to rerent the unit with Off-Campus Section Perhaps it is easier and political process. Does this excuse 'for getting oneself
through school whatever the
comforting simply not
more that have no right to
mean we,
to recognize what is hap means. Many of us have
know?
I Second class athleticsEDITOR pening. Perhaps Mr. Jones would managed"the system"to graduate without from

One hearkens back to the advocate total ignorance, for, resorting to such dubious
: This is a in those games on campus. Wouldn't it be great to watch old adage which asks if a tree after all. ignorance is bliss. A solutions. .

,grievance list presented by a 5. A pool facility that is a home golf match for once? falls in a forest and nobody is person without the capabilityto I THINK the problem is

third year student who is tired literally a joke as far as intercollegiate It is obvious that nearly there to hear it does it analyze and evaluate what precisely whether or not the

of this school's second class standards are every athletic program has really fall? I contend that it he reads probably is better off Alligator(or any other arm of
in the dark, this much is true.
attempts to run a first class concerned.b. some sort of deficiency that does whether or not it is the media) can get down to
athletic program. This list of A second class football keeps it from being first rate. noticed and its fall must, I also find it impossible to the truth of the matter. It is

shortcomings includes both coaching staff which is largein It is my hope that this letter inevitably, cause reper- in any way. justify cheating the first painful step in ex
intramural and intercollegiate numbers and salaries, but will spark some action ana cussions. Better for us all that based on whether or not a posing something that is

programs. I challenge those low in quality. (Maybe one make this university the tint we are aware of the tree's student felt an exam to be rotten in the attitudes of those

involved with these programs, day Jimmy Dunn and Doug class place it could be. insteadof demise that we. might better "fair". What IS "fair"? Does who lie and cheat in order to

especially. Athletic Director Dickey will discover that the the second class place it is. prepare ourselves tor what- this mean that the student get ahead, and those who tendto

Kay Graves, to reply to my list object of having the ball on has to follow. must be able to pass it easily, cast a blind eye on such
of deficiencies with either offense is to score and not just ,John Bell with little preparation? activities, ,or who condone
solutions or rebuttals.. maintain favorable field 3ED The simple truth When you leave the definition them based on the rationale

I. A second rate (fat best) position and give the defense of that word to each student's that they are due to "post-

basketball facility .1 rest.! ) conocience. I think }ou'll find Watergate morality" or any
2. Nearly no outdoor 7, A baseball program The Independent its \interpretation varies other convenient catch-all

basketball courts. and the which battles ith mediocrity greatly in direct proportion to societal blight.It .

ones we do hate are vo poorly in u state where baseball Florida Alligator the, variances of individual. may be expedient, and

kept up that it's pathetic. should be king.) consciences. certainly much easier for
3. A soccer field that's in 8, An intramural programso ) Doug Dial Ron Cunninghont"Ent.rtoinm.nt This I Is exactly the kind'of \\'hwo'ud'rather( ) not be
-terrible' shape because some J"'l\ilf'run'that' for nearly Editor A ocia', "e Editor r' rationale that has gotten this'bothered' bit ultimately( we
high {r inking official decided the entire basketball !season country into its current moral arc each responsible tor our

that Ft would make a good! one of the three autlabkvouits George Kochoniec Jr quandry 01 course there are own actions, and it is time

parking\ place for cars ,at this has had one hoop with ,. ': PHo'o Editor problems: within the, that we take that respon-
sears Miami football )game. .1 I bent rim and the other with data is' filtered through his sitytyy i }eriously-if-tlat:is"at*
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handball courts to accommodate \ "olt[:c, t4rse tr'hich los 1'1' Editor Newt Editor -hun. ,, "would \lr Jones Deborah Bucci

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Ragin was chosen from a field of five PoetryGames 470k
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but gooood!" exclaimed Ula Ragin upon first runner-up; Gennette Johnson.. second :: Music .
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Union Tuesday night.As up; and Bonnie Wilson fourth runner-up. Health
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DURING ONE PART of the beauty former Miss Black Student Union. Art
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planned during Black History Week each of campus a chance to identify with someone 0
the five contestants was asked a different who represents the total black woman,"
question. They did not know the questions in Hilliard said.: '
advance but had to:answer in front of the The five contestants were chosen from 30
audience and judges. applicants who had to answer in 30 words or
Ragin had to complete the sentence "I am more the question, "Why do you want to be We also have
black and .. ." with more than one word. Miss Black Student Union?" Hilliard said. Cry &
The new Miss Black Student Union All live contestants competed in evening
declared. "1 am black, and'I am. proud. 1 am gown, sportswear, and talent competitions.For Come by & pick out something special for
intelligent I am bold and I am somebody." Ka gin's selection in the talent com
RAGIN WHO IS FROM Miami lists as petition, she performed an interpretive danceto our al 6ne.C .
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people." "Young. Gifted and Black."
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"DIXi"NG CAN BE SAFE," Allen said, "it's foolishnessthat COLLINS ,COMPARED THE EFFECT_ of rising. too fast parks..
huts,people underwater." with opening a coke' bottle. 'In addition, a number of dive shops will not fill air tanks for
"l 1 wonder if the reason these people went(to this place(Blue "There's no bubbles In the bottle when the caps on. The non-certified divers.
Sink) ws because they knew they couldn't get.in to a state pressure is about three atmospheres." THERE ARE SAFE WAYS TO DIVE, according to

park without.proper equipment" Allen said But when the' pressue is released on the body nitrogen ,Desau els.. and essential to safe diving. is.proper, equipmentand ,. .
Desatttelssaid l the attraction to Florida caves and springs is bubbles form and 'can injure or kill the diver when they training. : u
like nother place in the world. "block something an artery or a nerve ending.:" Inmost of the cases where Desautels was called to recover
"BRANFORD(FLA.) KEEPS the motels filled all the time "Basic people shouldn't go down there," Collins said. the body of a drowned diver a guide line was not used.A .
with divers coming down to dive in the caves," Desautels said. "There's nothing down there." diver can run out of air and be without light in a cave,
The dangers of fresh water diving are not decreased by the DR. I.F. WAGLOW of the UP Physical Education according to Desautels, and still have a good chance of
absence of caves Collins said. Department calls scuba diving in any form, "the most coming out alive if he has a guide line to lead him back to the
"Under 100 feet, the increased partial pressure of nitrogenin dangerous activity on the face of the earth..* entrance of the cave.
the bloodstream has strange effects," Collins said. Waglow said that while proponents of the sport cite figures DESAUTELS ALSO RECOMMENDS the use of a
TillS INCREASE PRODUCES a condition called nitrogen Indicating relatively low number of deaths compared to the primary light of at least 30 watts in addition to a safety light
narcosis, or as Jaques Cousteau described it, "rapture of the number of certified divers, they ignore the amount of time when cave diving."Experienced .
deep". spent in the water as a factor. cave divers don't usually drown," Desautels
This condition can cause a diver to do strange. things, Minute for minute, Waglow said, the death rate for scuba said.
Collins said. Under the intoxicating influence of this blood divers might be as high as the mortality rate for people Desautels recommends SO regular dives be completed along
condition, a diver might even believe he no longer needs his suffering from heart disease. with a special course in cave diving, before cave explorationsare
air tanks and discard them. THE DANGERS OF DIVING "don't. have any respect for attempted.
Or he may simply panic, Collins said. anybody, even the well experienced Waglow said. DESAUTELS SAID STATE IMPOSED regulations are
NOVICE DIVERS WHO VENTURE into deep water may In spite of his views Waglow does not support legislated not the solution to diving deaths.
also be stricken with the "bends"or the formation of nitrogen restrictions on spring and cave diving. Under existing state restrictions for diving in state parks,
bubbles In the bloodstream Collins said. "People are going to do this whether you legislate against it "if you wanted to float down the Itchnetucknee with a scuba
Oxygen consumption increases proportionally with the or preach against it like I do," Waglow said. tank you would have to carry a pressure gauge and a
incrase in pressure on the diver's body, Collins said. THERE ARE NO BILLS pre-filed in the Florida legislatureto buoyancy compensation device. That's the kind of craziness
As a result, a diver may run out of air unexpectedly and be restrict fresh water scuba diving at this time. 'you get when you try to legislate restrictions."
forced to rise quickly without taking time to acclimate his State law does require divers to carry a pressure gauge, "The main thing is to educate not legislate" Desautels
body to the change in pressure. I light.knife, depth gauge, and watch when diving in state said.

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Alligator Staff Writer THE COURSE USES NO DRUGS or
hypnosis said instructor [Reiss. The method. :.''Jj 4e 'taunting [Ac 'Qflto
With $50 and the desire to stop smokingyou used is positive thinking he said. .
can take the non-credit "How to.stop -ltl.yleis[ classified ad |on sbanc batfs'lSUNDAYS I

Smoking Course" sponsored,by,the Divisionof "I change thinking' patterns"Mid Reiss.' .:h.!. ,, ',, ..'
Continuing Education and the College of Smokingls a negative htbit'hw: tained.
Health Related Professions.The The course attempts,to replace the negative
habit with positive patterns of thought and
six-day course will be offered at UF for behavior he said. AT HILLEL JEWISH CENTER
the third and fourth times Feb. 10-17( and
Feb.24-March: ).The classes are limited to 20 REISS, WHO DEVELOPED the program
participants.BOB with his wife an occupational therapist said
he helps to stimulate motivation.In BRUNCH 11:00: A.M.
SCHARKEY, A PARTICIPANT of I
the last program described himself as a his own words. Reiss is the "boy scout CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW-ADVANCED 7:00: P.M.
"walking furnace" until he quit smoking.,He, helping the lady across the street.:* BEGINNERS 8:00: P.M.
had been smoking up to three packs a day for ISRAELI DANCING-8:00: P.M.
22 years.. The participants must do a lot on their own ,
such as following eating requirements and THIS SUNDAY 1 1:00: P.M. LEARN TO BAKE. DONUTS
Scharkey. publisher of the High Springs tension exercises he said.
Herald tried to quit several times before
taking the course but always began smoking REISS,LEVY COUNTY special education
again within a week. coordinator for Chie and Elementary School
OPENINGCOFFEEHOUSE
said his stop smoking program is unique GRAND
It's been about,three weeks since Scharkey because ideas have been taken from a varietyof
completed the course and he said. he's fields including psychology business and.
convinced he will never smoke again. special education.He .

"TED (REISS IS A DYNAMITE instructor has studied success packaged it in a
," said Scharkey. program and applied ,it to smoking said
Reiss.
Reiss and the reinforcement from others in '

success.the class Scharkey were primarily said. responsible for his dangers students It's stop important of he at smoking said.Applications a physical. for said students prime Reiss.lack to Most realize motivationto college the 1 16 N.W.I 8th St.


Success rates of the previous courses were
100 per cent and 95 per cent said Dr. BerniceS. for the course are available in
Scott coordinator for the Division of room 807 of the Seagle Building.
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I: Soldiers can get creditBy BEGINNERS 7 P.M. HEBREW


JEREMIAH TURNER during their three-year enlistment thanks to ,
Alligator Staff Writer a new Army program.
The program Army Help for Educationand
Recruits in the Army will now be able to Development (AHEAD) is designed to nhiwiii1
complete up to two years of college; credit enable a full-time enlisted soldier who, has
completed his first six months of training to
'take college credit course which will: be paid r
Career weekendset for by the Army in a school near his base.
THESE CREDITS will then transfer back
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at law centerA towards a degree.At -
the end of a three-jear enlistment. the
recruitment seminar will be held veteran can go back to the home college and
Thursday. Feb. 13 through Saturday. Feb. 15 use the accumulated credits to count toward a
at the Spessard Holland Law Center to interest degree.He .
students in business or legal; careers. can earn his degree under the G.I. Bill, 17th Annual
Between 25-30 student participants have entitling him to up to 45 months of benefits
been invited from southeastern colleges and or approximately $8.000.>
will be attending the seminar. THE NEW PROGRAM prompted by
There will be a dinner at 5 p.m. on recent Defense Department figures which
DAYTONA5OO
Saturday. the last day of the seminar in the show for the first half of fiscal year 1975. 66"
Arredondo Room of the J. Wayne Reitz per cent of the enlistees for all armed serviceswere
Union. Charge for' the dinner is $4.65. high school graduates.
Any students who want to attend the Army Chiif of Staff Gen. Fred C. Wayandsaid
banquet or need further information about the program is aimed at "the young manor
the seminar should contact Dean Thomas woman who is highly motivated and
Moore at tie College of Law. college-oriented.
The seminar is sponsored by the Black Law Sgt. Barnes of the Gainesville recruiting
Students Association the Colleges; of Law and agency said that UF and Santa Fe Com
Business Administration, the Law Student munity College have not yet joined the
Division of the American Bar Association and program. as 800 other colleges and universities
the Law Students Civil Rights; Research have but he expects,they will in the t
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blossomed on his grave a short time avoided.If young lady to announce her,choice of
By Robin WilliamsWhen after the burial. no suitable bachelor had shown,up favored suitor in the morning in the

we celebrate St.. ValentinesDay Down through time, the two oc- by noon, there was a fool.proof charm expectation of receiving a gift from him
tomorrow friends and lovers will curances became confused.in peoples for finding your lover in the evening.
be:contributing to a' tradition as old as minds. Possibly the .early Church encouraged -' "On Valentines Day take two bay The. Victorian era went in for sen
200 A.D. this not liking the .see wild leaves; sprinkle them with rose water timental l and lavishly extravagent

First came the Lupercalia a pagan covortings of fertility In the Roman and place them on your pillow in the valentines. A common subject was

Roman feast held to assure the fertility streets. .evening..When you go'to bed put on a despairing and melancholy gentlemenand
of f animals, fields and people. In mid- The English came up with some in- clean nightgown turned Inside'out, and" ladies languishing away from love.
February the young Roman men put the teresting variations on the loving whisper, 'Good Valentine be kind tome Silhouettes often surrounded by a gilt

names of young girls into a box and theme. One of the ,first was that birds ,, in, dreams let me my true love frame, were, frequently sent as
each drew a name. The girl a man choose their mates' on St. Valentines see''rThe valentines. Many, like the one of Millie
chose would be his partner during the Day ,* "' first record of a written valentineis Blake have a story behind them.
festival. This was soon changed 'to ;say ,that, in:, 1477 and is addressed "Unto my At the start of the nineteenth century

The second event came about Feb. 14 young women chose their mafe on right welebelovyd Valuntyne John Millie's sea captain husband went awayon
271 when the Roman authorities Valentines Day. In the 1400s it, was Paston Squyer". a voyage' from which he never
Beheaded St. Valentine for insulting assumed an unengaged girl would In 'some ,parts of England no 'work returned. ,Before leaving, he asked his

Pan, Juno and Venus (the gods of the marry the first bachelor she met on the was done on St. Valentines' Day until wife to leave a candle burning in their
.upercalia). fateful morning. ,If there was someone. the postman camel' window to guide him home.
A pink almond tree grew and she did not wish to marry, he was By the 1660's it was the custom for a (see page 2)s. )



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498-3501 In the Renaissance Fair 312.1436 eligible tor the six-week camp program at Ft. Bragg.. N.C.. Lt.
Everything Prepared Fresh For You Col. John C. Carlin said.
The program closed to women until now because junior
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spent in ROTC. Carlin said.
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BARRACKS IN TilE CAMP have been revised to ac-
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run through the camp to determine the feasibility of the
HE SHELLEY'S MAN course for women.
At the camp participants will be put through extensive
physical fitness training actual field experience and will take
turns leading their own platoon.The j
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SUZANNE WATKINS, the.only girl in UF=, ROTC eligibleto
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She said she felt the campus ROTC program could be
adapted more to a woman's career in the service and hopedthe
camp would offer her practical training for the future.
Darlene Fuller a freshman in the ROTC program said she
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last year to 23 this fall, and Carlin said he expects a good
turnout in the, future.
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heavily in the afternoon Mara said.,"I 1 was amazed that so
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According to Mara, most people were interested in getting
involved in the Rape Counseling and Information Service
answering telephones.
Only women are allowed to answer the: phones because it's
hard to penetrate the barrier between the sexes after someone
has been through a rape Mara said.
You're at work. Papers piled he'll bring a delicious deli sand- "This may change soon though. I've heard that there was a
nigh on your desk. And yourstomach ; wich like the KA, or Hot male rape Gainesville recently 'Mara_ added.
Pastrami, or Bagels & Cream Rape Awareness Day was sponsored by the Rape Information -
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delicious beer, fine wines or a soft
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IF YOU DONTSTOP Maid service, all units of air cond.
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Only $42 a month. Call Eric at 373-3246
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1 br unfurn apt $130 a month pets
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rtment at Kings k$8800o .rings, old jewelry, etc confident, ca marently Coil half removed per lambda Delta honorary society (is
red |1.3 uliM'as toll Sher Or Otile 373 3894-(50-53-c)_ electrologist Edmund Dwyer tending out letter of invitation' to all
2077 (BSTBiPjJI1 over 20 years experIence Freshmen women who have obtained a
378 wonted amiable housemate Call 3728039 .
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preferably ( ) 3.5
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available to .
( furnished ept female student $80 mo. uttl I paId I blk AMMIES ARRIVED FROM minimum of twelve hours. If feel 1W'lOLETWFWATIfLOJltJ
LONDON you
,irnmed ally 160 per month 378- behind nrn 373.1673 (C.2T.81.Pi) NOW OPEN, Specializing, In English hair, you qualify and have not received a

.3T 81-P wonted auditioning performers for rutting. blow waving for the In look letter by Feb. 13 call Joan 392.7626
roommate wonted Howllonlaptt Coffee House Sunday nights at Hillel unisex, Drop by Colonial, Plaza 716 W. before Feb 16. (J2T81P)
No 150 $68.50 par month Jewish Student Center Call Andrea UnIV. Ave 377.2643 (j.50t.M. )

}m toll odioming 372 2369 offer bath 5 immediate.00 ((8.2T. Martin 392.8661 (Co5P-81.P)_ Weddng business, cords Invitations$9.95, ,11.40 rubber p per stamps I 100 LOST FOUNDLOST lffjlIG} 1bJ1l IL

HELP WANTED magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hal: !.V'OOTHER-kEARTI-I
pro* I br furnished apt $150 mo Printing 1103 N Main (J-FR.58.C)) while drinking rum on Sot. stock to
[nines paid pets ok available rifle.was sanding to the band at union-
)lely Feb rent free call 373-4715 COllEGE CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE If you are pregnant, and need help we will make It worth your while Sid 121 604KWI3THSTJA / MIfi %fff CENTFR
-P Needed to sell Brand Nome Stereo core 69-P Call Brth"ght. 377.4947 (J-2.T. NW 15th Terrace (I.2T.81-P) .
Components to Students at lowest prices )
Roommate Wanted 'Howolion lost brown leather wallet Initials R.B.
heat, Hi Commission,. NO Investment to Paula the girl I met at fat boy I
|Apt. 2 bdr-2 bah, a-c. pool rewored call Roger 377.2943 (l.2T-8I.P)
required. Serious Inquiries ONLY would like
'/u will toll 37M767Avo FAD to hove dinner with you on
25 o mor COMPONENTS INC. LOST: 1974 class : St. Augustine
loble Mar M 8.5981PWANTED ) 20 Passaic Ave. Thursday 2113 at 00pm: same place or ring
fairfield, New Jersey 07706 diamond call bob ot 392-8283 (J-3T.79.P) High;CS Initials;silver, green stone. lost
gOl.227-A814 (te.lt-8l.p) Feb. Library, W. Reword HO 392.9621I3T81P
( SUPER BIKES INC. Has a new service ( )
someone to care for 7 yr old boy m.f. 25 department with the most efficient
pm.must have own transportation. $2 hr people in town for appointment call Don LOST large prescription glasses trifocal
to wonted Regency Oaks, own plus SI I per day for gos call 377.atOS 377 0722 for tales & ports call 377.6901 lenses brownplastic frame REWARD call I.
i $90 o month plus 1-3 utilities after 6 pm. (E.2T-8I.P) .._ Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 3441 392.1336 or 372-8003 after six (HT-81-
)4789 jc( 41 80-p) SW Archer rd, The Small Shop that cares PJ) _

JEDI Advertising Soles AUTOSMAZDA about you & your machine fair prices (I I. Found: Car keys outside of Bartron Ha II. career in law-
motives for a Motor Spot 101-78-p) Coll 378.5657 ((1.5t.77.p I )

ion. Call 377-0231 for further )973 RX2 only 17000 miles omfm MEETING OF GAY PEOPLE Thur 7 pm 107 lost ,in Norman area Nikkomat 35 mm school.What
cStTTj radio air four door sedan silver grey NW 15th Terr (New Down) Guest camera in black leather case. Christmasfilm without law .
cepting applications tar Summer Call 376-5012 Z7UO.. (g-5t.77-nc) speaker on gays & the law Come by inside Phone 392-0728 or 372.9573.
unselors at PINCWOOO for boy and meet other gay people (|.2t.80.p) Reword ((1-St I .78-p)
(is Hendersonville. N.C Write DUSTER340' 1973.acps.pb-ot. do with only a bachelor degree?
In roidols.$2500-or best offer call 377.9680 Term Papers! Canada's largest Service. Found: Ladies Gold Watch In vicinity of can you
,4585, Normandy Branch(Miami For catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, Leigh Hall Feb 5. 75. Call 3774905 (I-51- Now there Is a way to bridge the gap between an
| fg| 33141 (C..I01W1 57 Avenue. Suit 77-p) undergraduate education and a challenging, responsible
Spadina
,1964 Pootkx Tempest door 6 cyl, auto 208, Toronto,
(and Stuff Envelopes At Horn. radio;, good! lire, 92,000 !miles very, Ont Canada Also campus representatives whoever removed leather pocketbookfrom career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do..
I Per Month, Possible.' Ag*> And very dependable but homely $225. required Please writ*. (j-35t.70- cutlass supreme at arby's tues nile work traditionally done by lawyers: .
Does Not Matter Orfer-Oetolrs.' ,Sv 372.714 (41-80-p) Pj) call 372-3798 no questions reword (L.4T Three months of intensive training can give you of
beer Refundable)Tot:Triple S, by lawyers. You .
*( UOYD-S' CORVETTE PLACE We buy and Congratulations to the new PI Beta Phi 79, P) the skills-the courses are taught y
138 Pinion Hills Co 92373. the
sell. Jacksonville.: Florida I 1-388-3311.1 I I. initiates. especially to my little sister lost Girls wristwatch Between PK Young choose one ol the six courses offered-choose
wonted-liberal. mature t 10 and Cossot Ave. (0.201.739)PERSONAL Cindy. With, Pi Beta Phi love, Lynda (J- and Norman Hall White bond and blue city in which you want to work.
ling. Own room in two bdrm, 2T79P) face Pleas call 378-1943 (I.2t-80-p) Since 1970. The Institute lor Paralegal Traininghas
law firms
182.50r Vi utilities Com by-no Quality leatherwork never wears out LOST: Black & ton female doberman no placed more than 700 graduates in
H4J9I. Univ Ave (C-SMI-T) "it always wears In. At MaSanDu we togs lost vicinity of cln city reward: banks and corporations in over 60 cities. '
specialize, In custom leatherwork comes to name of miggie call sally 376- If you are a student of high academic standing and
26' standard boy's bike like new bosket purses. belts, coots, jackets sandals. 3096 onytime (I-3t-80'p) are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assistant
fender english tires $20 3779951 (J. travel bogs. If it con be mode of leather, we'd like to meet you.
PER BIKES INC. 3T-8I-1') we can make it to suit you. MaSanDu, .
TEAC A.24 Cassette Deck $65 Mike 378 1131 W.University Ave. open I0om-6pm SERVICES Contact your placement office for an interview with
fARTS37761 4016 after 5 (J.2T-8I.P)_ Monday thru Saturday, by appointment, our representative.
Sundays & evenings. 373-7470 (j.sp.74C .
) typing. any material fast and efficient We will visit your campus on
75c-double spaced page. IBM carbon
HOME HUNTERS Poncho. Bookpacks, Packs frames. ribbon selectric greek symbols too. Call FRIDAY MARCH 7 ;
Tents, Rugby Shirts, Troll Shoes, White 373-5572 (M.1 OT.76-P) ,".
We can help you find a home Stag Speedo Bathing Suits Join Univ. ;.-
apartment mobile home,or HIking Club. Aliens Aquatic t Trail Basic Advanced Scuba Classes Starting .'."(
roommate the easy way! Center. 34.48W. Univ. 373-9233 (j.fr.72. Underwater Photography Classes' \
c) Storting Soles service rental air, trips \
for
.. Blessed and happy is he that oriselh/ Tom Allen (Co.host of Wild Kingdom The Institute ,
I SERVICE-377-0722 OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE of the T.V.)Aliens Aquatic t Trail Center. 3448 "
to promote the best interests Paralegal Training .
peoples and kindreds of the earth.H W. Univ 3739233 (m fr 72-t)

AM-6PM JOEL R. BRIDGES II Boho I Writings (J.IT.81.C) SCUBA YMCA CLASSES Start beginningof 235 South 1lh Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19103 ..
7 DAYS A WEEK Fly in a sailplane-glider this Saturday fora Spring Quarter call 376-7172 to get on ((215)) 732-6600
REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave. new experience which you'II treasure waiting list YMCA now has its own pool ..
41 1 S.W. ARCHER R.D. Open 7 Days til 7:00 377.4700 forever, For scheduling, Coll 373-0798 local (M5T-81)

after 6pm. The Florida Soaring if you ore a Jewish guy interested In ,;: .
Association (J.IT.81.P) meeting'Jewish girls, call 392-8517 and

chocolate bar I ddnt expect you to ask for Yente (M.1T-81.P) .

FREE EibC c IGINE ANALYSIS ignore everything (J.IT-81.P) EXPERIENCED TYPIST: Fast', dependableRates .... i :.
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WDHATUNC-UP DOES ME SO MUCH GOOD .TO THINK etc Call Phyllis 372-6767 Keep trying! ", .! :r --'
110 p itnt OFF plugs, pts. cond. YOU REMEMBERED ME ON VALENTINESDAY (M.3T-8I.P) : '
THE WAY YOU SHOULD. YOU a ,
ft labor thru feb.28 .
BOUGHT ME A CUTE LITTLE PLANT WIRED FOR SIGHT
1f52 N. MAIN ST. HONE 972-5247 AND IS IT NEETO CAUSE YOU "The Eyeglass Super Mart" .
GOT IT AT THAT SPECIAL PLACE THE UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS ,
PLANT DEPOTIII!!! 520 NW 16th Ave (JIT88P '300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480

) (M.50-53.C). __ Where Did The M Go?
GIve a valentine straight from the heart!
Get the family frIend or lover of your Research paper assistance directory.
choICe covered on the blood assurance Don't limit your sources when we offer a
plan Donate one unit today send a means to professional research. Send x=Fx+Gw
blood bonk valentnell 1330N $200 Candide Box 1254 Omaha.
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W 13 St 377-6906 It. that
A fundamental breakthrough not really Just
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boP1-\ Estimation. published by MIT Pre... Spring '741.) The title
'} Patronize People of the book tall a lot about TASC Our interest i Is In applyIng -'
\ the modem system viewpoint that you have learned

Sine TASC was founded In 1960, our staff of graduate engineers -
\ Who Patronize Us scientists. data processing specialists and support
personnel has grown to more than 140. In addition to having
VO authored several technical) book and numerous report.
papers, and article, our staff members hold patent in biomedical .
First of all they're interested in your business Instrumentation, meteorological tenting, control system .
design, and Inertial' navigation technology Our work involves .
in The Alligator.
they wouldn't be advertising analytical research related to mathematical modeling of
physical processes optimal Mate estimation and optimal con
trol, adaptive estimation and control, muhisentor, system synthesis .
Independent Florida .Alligator is system Identification system optimization, system test
r Secondly, The and evaluation techniques,, advanced simulation techniquesand
supported almost entirely by its advertising. advanced systems concept

long as our advertisers support us we can con We are a steadily growing applied research firm that enjoys
distribution newspaper on the professional' expression by solving real' systems problems in
tinue to be a free navigation, guidance and control in defense, space and public
of Florida campus Our advertisers will systems applications.
University available for innovative oriented
Position are application -
continue to support us as long as you continue to Masttrt and Doctoral level engineer who have a working
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support them. -
TASC I II conveniently located 10 mile north of Boston
Our benefit Include profit.charing, tuition reimburse-
RUS So don't buy what you don't need and don't pay, merit disability income Insurance In.house technical
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more than you advertisers. Campus Interviews' Feb. \17 1975
being equal, shop with Alligator TASC
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Alligator Staff Writer Although the store is beginning with books
and records from the Tallahassee store
With the opening of the Coop Book and Barnes expressed hope that "we can pay them
Record Store ,today.Gainesville residents will back and be independent of them soon.
have the opportunity{to buy books at a 10 per "The Tallahassee store has the advantageof
cent discount and records For' at least SI being about three times larger and' in a 1971 BACARDI IMPORIS, INC toSLATOPROOrOONtMI "t$ A TRADEMARK OF BACARDI COMPANY LIMITED,'
cheaper than most places. better location. Eventually we would 'like to
The Gainesville co-op, revamped from a move.to a place closer. to campus where, we
wig: botique is located at 1105 NW 5th Ave. would get walk-in traffic," Barnes explained.
and will run on the same non-profit principleas ACCORDING TO EGAN, who will returnto '
the one in Tallahassee according to Tom Tallahassee in a few weeks. the only way'' '
1 Egan and Jerry Barnes who set up the the store can continue to offer low prices is
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EGAN, WHO HAS BEEN with the the Tallahassee store, we have a few '
'rt Tallahassee store since it opened five years hundred people involved in some way, -
S ago, introduced the idea to Barnes when he whether it be working ;in.the store, building $$?
was visiting in Tallahassee, "The coop in shelves, doing bookwork or painting when \<
ty Tallahassee was formed when area bookstores needed. We couldn't run the store any other .
would not bring in books students wanted," way," Egan said. tJ\\ ,
Egan said.Barnes ,According to Barnes who will be general if}
t said.. "A group of people from manager when Egan returns to,Tallahassee
Gainnsville thought it would be a good idea if the people who volunteer are able to get
t, we started a co-op here where we could offer additional markdowns on stock.
literature that is unavailable elsewhere' and THE STORE WILL ALSO BE giving away
for a price people can afford. old magazines and periodicals that they
t "We are not going to carry textbooks. We cannot sell."Whenever.
are not competing nor do we want to with the we get enough accumulated, we
Hub or any other bookstore," Barnes said. tear off the labels and ship them back to the
The book selection at the Gainesville co-op manufacturer, so they know we aren't selling
1 includes political women's, labor history and them, which is against the law. We can't sell ,
1 how-to literature.. Papers, magazines and them so we give them away' ," Egan ex COUPON GOOD UNTIL FEB. 27 ..!..........II
periodicals that are hard to find elsewhere will plained. .
also be offered. Literature and records will be the only .
RECORD, PRICES WILL RANGE from goods sold at this point. Tapes are not I rS\Mi44 -
t S3.39-S4.49.' : ,' with" classical: records selling for currently being sold because "they are too The Steak Place1"z' i
,about' $1.25' according to Barnes. Special much of a hassle and we want to concentrateon
orders will betaken for records and will be building up our stock of records and = 1542WUNIVERSITY';' s'

available' about a week after they are ordered. literature.". ..". ,Barnes, said.'"..._--'...'_? ..' coupon across from,the grad library ..'

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Museum "
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lrorrj:ak Alice ; $7 fee provides water, fertilizers,'' UFF statewide

-ReglstraifOr1..F !'..lry'15,1.4 pm:: at mulches,:tools, stakes etc.. survey
for Mar .J ne3CIteason Ie Call 392.9519 for '
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i Sponsored by STUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL
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By GARY BALANOFF Irom the individual
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paper separate survey
GREAT T fT GMT fWiM Alligator Staff Writer sheets.
Seven statements form the basis for the
!survey. Each statement asks the respondent to
1 Faculty at each of the nine State University either "strongly agree. "agree," "disa ree,"
Cocker 1 Spaniel $160 trjsi( | Setter bSSO 1 1 1I 1I System campuses are being surveyed on their or "strongly disagree" with the statement, or
opinions on everything from the Equal Rights state neutrality. no opinion or inap-
German Sheperd $99 tSt Bernard I S17900 Amendment to faculty fringe benefits. propriateness of the statement_ to the
The United Faculty of Florida's (UFF) respondent's position.The .
Political Action Campaign Committee has seven statements are:
Siamese Kitten $50 Spitz I $99Lhasa compiled the survey which they are now Some state legislators hold inaccurate
distributing to all the state's faculty mem- perceptions ,about faculty work patterns and
Apso 1 1 $195EXPERT / mers. attitudes;
BOBBIE ZEMAN UFF CAMPAIGN Procedures for awarding salary increases -
ALL-BREED GROOIWING. COORDINATOR said interviews are being promotions, and tenure are
done between UFF campaign members and satisfactory;
faculty members. There are 50 UFF cam- Passage of the ERA ((Equal Rights ... .
COMPLETE LINE OF PETS paigners who are responsible for talking to 50 Amendment) is a legitimate subject for
faculty each. faculty political action;
AND SUPPLIES. "We're just starting on it," Dr. Barrie The amount of fringe' benefits (including
Straus political action campaign committee retirement) received from UF is
chairwoman said. satisfactory; '
"It's (designed)to give the faculty a voice," The common course numbering systemis
she said. Faculty members rank issues "so desirable;
we're not just representing our own Contracts are sent to faculty and
AI. prejudices," she added. professional employes sufficiently in advanceof
THE UFF IS ENGAGED IN battle with beginning of the academic year;
378-0714 MON & FBI 10-9 TUES-SAT 10-6:30:
several other faculty unions, all of whom are Faculty and professional employes
3706 NBA/BERRY/ ROAD SUNDAY 15 vying to become the faculty 'collective should have the right'to control all patents
bargaining agent for the state universities. and coyrights resulting from their work.

*. *. .* * * * Some fighting of the about issues which are tenure the faculty procedure unionsare FOLLOWING'seven more issues THESE which STATEMENTSare the faculty are

: fringe benefits common course numbering asked to rank as satisfactory or not
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among all schools in the state system and satisfactory.
: TONIGHT I salary increases. Included in these rankings are salary,
Ranking of these issues are part of the research facilities, library resources teaching
survey. materials, classroom space, office space and
THE RESPONSES ARE KEPT parking.The .
:. I.F.C. Winter Frolics anonymous but UFF campaigners are instructed political' action campaign committeewill
to keep the name department, meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Episcopal
building address survey response interest in Student Center to discuss further action on
UFF and comments on another sheet of the surveys.
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Alligator Staff Writer 10:30 p.m. at the intersection of Stadium
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for "Operation Life" is
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v UPD is cracking down on illegal bicycle new Florida statute effective since Jan I,
4 4 traffic. The crackdown is a result of Shuler said. The law defines moving and non-
"Operation Life," an effort of campus city moving bicycle traffic violations and
and county police to curb bicycle traffic established uniform state traffic fines.
l accidents according to UPD Public Information Moving violations include running red
Officer Jim Shuler. lights and stop signs, speeding over 20 m.p.h.
'"Operation Life" went into effect Feb. I I. and failure to yield right-of-way Shuler said.
but it had a slow start on campus. Ticketing Non-moving violations include riding at
THE NIi[ under the program did not begin until Feb 3 night without a light or reflector.All .
and did not pick up until this week Shuler state traffic violations are subject to a
said.HE S5 tine, Shuler said.
SAID' 31 tickets for bicycle traffic Traffic tickets may be taken td the student
violations were .issued last Tuesday night. traffic court or to the county court.


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Alligator CorrespondentWe University lite are depicted; a t football player,.. even tears them under 'his"'c\\ thes. 'he said
show-after
end of the
On Toward the
a cheerleader things you see every day.
., .1 ad-libbed for
are out for the interview, We drive'out the, the other side, there's, a piano-player,,, he had run-out of material-he'
:
\' q'.the Beef-n-Bottfe,to- see<4 teve Martjp the drawing: and! onir ither'entertainer-type. stuff!,. -a feSninut whiffr-wearing the has old becomesomewh' arrowiWu&'ttheheadlttfeUthat -
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glasses, and a borrowed tape recorder that After a pretty good set by folkstnger Charlie on The Tonight Show. '
t tI makes purring noises only when it's turned Robertson Steve stole the limelight anddidn't ANYWAY STEVE is 29 lives in Aspen
\. Colorado and has been on The,Tonight Show
oft
give it up until an hour,and a half of .
I Like I said we're out for the interview.., We good comedy had zipped by. The audiencewas about 17 times. He'll be on again March 7.
,e r a bounce into the Entertainer Lounge, ask for his ,from his first routine and after ten He's been on T.V. a lot. and he used to write
I k a Steve and find him at the bar. minutes Steven had them molded to his style lor the Smothers Brothers and .those of you

STEVE ISN'T drunk. He's working on of.loose comedy.HE who thought Tommy was funny. will think.
some material. He writes green-tinted JOKED and ad-libbed through the Steve is hilarious. .
" college-ruled notebook paper,just like we do. routines he didn't do in his first set and' in He does two sets a night starting at 8:45:
It's obvious he's busy but he tries to'be polite between, the lights were dimmed and he and ending around I a.m. or until he runs out
and answer questions until we offer to talk to picked a' few tunes on his banjo. of things to talk about. Tickets cost $2
him after the show. He likes that idea and Steve did make a confession to the audience tonight. $3 Friday. and Saturday night. .
'c 4 u.F promises to look us up afterwards.The about, a fetish of his he refuses to be ashamedof. Anyway, we laughed a, lot\ and then we
photo by dovld finkel Entertainer Lounge is. cavernous. In .. Without averting his eyes, he risked turned on our tape 'recorder and did an in .
STEVE MARTIN: HAVIN' SOME FUN fact is has neo-Austnliopithican cave- alienating the crowd he had won over by terview. Did you know Steve Martin #started .

down here at the Beef 'n Bottle scrawlings spread across every inch of wall- telling them he's into wearing men's un out as a magician, _,
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you've been going to the
keg on weekends lately,
you've heard the Jazz Project:
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the Keg's new house band.

For many in Gainesville. Weather Report one of the finest jazz'groups 'in the business. will be in,town
jazz sound.is a different and new tomorrow night. Great Southern Music Hall has two shows scheduled at B and: 1 11

The Project is the first band p.m. Tickets are available at the box office for$4 and $5.

1 in Gainesville to give people a

taste of this spontaneous ..
music on a regular level.
d PLAYING FROM 9 'til 2 ..
'Kidnap Lover'opens
a.m., three weekends a i :
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month admission is 75 centsfor .
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1' the night. There's no need 'gunning for a piece of breaking into the movie Hall Saturday night.
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'. to tell you that this is a damn the ,action.. The wind dies' business. This former UF "Kidnap Lover," tells the
good deal. i (down a bit, and he shoots. graduate has a film story of a girl who falls in love
What makes listening to Cut..- Take two. celebrating a world premiereat with her' abductor. Sounds a
these guys so enjoyable is that RICK FRIEDEL is the Great Southern Music bit familiar, doesn't it? No
playing jazz to them is Patty Hearst does not'play the
constantly a challenge both leading' r.ole.
lor personal expression, and fNl IItlII Like a good businessman,. '.
lor group interaction. They Friedel has attempted to tie
put a lot into,their music andit real life events to selling his '.
shows. product. Even though the" '
They've got to be in it for idea for '"Kidnap ,Lover" was
the music because they. justain't J formulated before the Hearst
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going to make money photos by g.org. kochaniec'jr.rTHE \ [ : R.F kidnapping advertisements

playing jazz in Gainesville.Not JAZZ PROJECT for the film, :exploit the

BUT at this THERE'S time anyway.always a .only jazz in town ". extent.connection to the fullest

good crowd at the Keg and the musical challenge of jazz. jazz for some 2Q .yearsA' YOU HAVE to make back
for the most part they come For Al. formerly of the rock Canadian. Henry has. owned what you put into a film or the
I to listen. The beautiful thing band "Dearly" jazz providesa a jazz club and played.with next time around you won't
about jazz is that if you're means for immediate ex area musicians as well. '.wih have the backers. Friedel
willing) to' really hear what is pression. He sees jazz .as American jazzmen!, .among' said.
)going on.:, the' joy of spontaneous closely akin to ,(dance 'andwould 'th\: c. the late jazz virtuoso. This is Friedel's second
creating is shared like to present a Eric Dolphw ., .* film. The first movie was
between listener and per- combination of the two in the A hav'choligist as' well ,, "'Lisa"Usa." released August ,
former. future. Hcnrj tame to G:linesville'td, -- 1974., '
The Jazz Project is a new HAVING' ,PLAYED run the .l Drug Project... ,a Friedel is responsible for '
experience for most of the together,on and off t fpr some research and treatment center: .. writing, producing and
1 members. Bassist Alll ..pers. 'three '>ears. it was only of UF that deals. with drug ,directing "Kidnap Lover.".
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guitarist Pete Einhornlskil ''utt: into jazz seriously! I Gainesville is lucky:to have being an old roommate of .
and pianist-vocalist Bob It was Peter's chance Introduction a musician ofHen'rts'calibre. Jack Nicholson.
Harris are newly drawn to to saxophonist and experience. .. v .' So, get out your tux and' ,
jazz.: Henry Boudin that brought ,Go down to the Keg ant! crank the Hollywood\ '
Having J gone through t the about the reality of'the'group." I catch: the, band next ,tirne.. SCENE FROM KIDNAP LOVER' spotlights up for Gainesville's
rock'trip they were drawn to Henry has been involved in, You'll thank vourself V .by Rick Frledel first premiere.

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,:*, ,i.!Alligator Sports Writer. at times he got paid for it. '. '
"Look, a meet promoter knows who's Vaughan willingly admits ,:.
'' that certain "amateurs" are
.. going to draw people to his meet and if ,
':' Amateur athletes don't get not really amateurs at all.
? t paid, right? Wron .. ask he wants you bad enough, h 'll'par you.A "Some Americans are I.
y Gators' sprint coach Ben "guy knows that paying me $200 isn't definitely professionals said
Vaughan.: Vaughan. "It's just been done photo' John moron
number by,
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+ ?run a race-and I was by no people paying $5 a ticket vho will showup athlete you have to be very BEN VAUGHAN

> means the best paid athlete." to see me run. sneaky.to take care of yourselfand ,some amateurs' leflnltely'prof sslonals'
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r athlete uttered those words. Vaughan, ONE OF the, ways, said
UF sprint coach and former world class is to the
1310., Vaughan was the world's Vaughan put '
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+ third ranked sprinter in 1970. sprinter squeeze on meet promoters.
to run and they don't
explained Vaughan.And get
He traveled extensively "Some people have their
for it, Citizens
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throughout the world tor the price and they won't runI
well, said when a Jim Ryun or
help the situation. Mattson can't go to

Baseball team sets sights "LOOK, a meet but they don't un
: knows who's going that these guys have
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wants you bad RUSSIANS gettheir
on 35 victories in 75 season pay you. A guy paid when they miss
paying me $200 because of a meet and
Johns River Junior College in a doubleheader today at 2:30 compared to the absolutely not the case
ByGREGFORRERAlligator
.. Sports Editor p.m. at Perry Field. people paying $5 a U.S.," emphasized
Saturday,the Gators will play another doubleheader against will show up to,see .
Florida Junior'College of Jacksonville. Game time'is 1 p.m. said Vaughan. feels that the
+v For the past three seasons, the UF baseball team has been FULLER WILL use four freshman pitchers in today's Vaughan said the changes in the system
? plagued by memories and sayings of the past. Remember games, both ends of which will last seven' innings. Left is determined necessary. A reform
when you would leave and "23-skidoo?" handers Eric Hiller and Mike McCarthy will go in one game popularity of a situations."A called the UAA
That's exactly how the baseball team, under head coach and righty Bruce Baker and lefty Don Johnson will pitch in "When 1 1- was ( Amateur Athletes)
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Dave Fuller, have left the diamond the last three seasons. the other. pole vault was very in the early 1970's but
With 23 wins. Saturday, the Gators'will throw sophomore right Wilkie Bob, Seagren out.
NOT TOO GOOD' but not too bad. Smith and senior lefthander John Chappell in one game while Pennell and had a lot of
This year the team's motto is simple you can read it on freshman righty Craig Pippin and senior lefty Bob Tyler will made a I lot, of problems,"
Fuller's office door. "Think 35 in '75." handle mound chores in the second game. Sprinters did pretty said. "You know,
Thinking it and attaining it are two different things, that is Sammy Rick, the Gators' top hitter last year, will lead the "NOW THE people from all over
t certain. But it is also certain that Fuller, aided by assistants Gators, although he is still a bit weak from the flu. Freshman popular' together in one
Jay Bergman and newcomer Walker Swain, will be shooting Roger Holt, injured of late with a sprained ankle, will be backat Vaughan. "I but it was a pretty
1 to hit that mark or better. shortstop. some runners get organization while it
THE START OF the season is just 18 days away, and if it Senior Dave Bowden will play second, hoping to put SI000 a race now" ."
b weren't for injuries and sickness, the 35 might look a little together a year that will attract professional offers. He To this day. said that until the
easier to handle. Still, the Gators will be putting men on the received an invitation to sign with the Detroit Tigers upon his not feel guilty about and the Olympic
1 field today with the opening day game against Stetson on Feb. graduation from, high school. money to compete. decides to treat
\ 21 here in Gainesville in mind. The outfield at this stage appears pretty well set,with Rickin the American athletes better, the U.S.
He'll get a good look at ,the performances he might be center Joel Murrie in left and newcomer Terry Jones in system, forces to play second
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) 's CDa Dance{) UF women's golf team- idle since University of Arizona.
November, are competing for honors in the RYAN ATTRIBUTED the Tucker third
University of Arizona Invitational Golf place to poor putting, and emphasized the
Friday 14th 9:00: PM' Tournament starting today. importance of concentration in this event.

Representing the Lady Gators in the two "We have got to be able to concentrate for
\Jennings Hall Basement day event are Donna Horton, Elaine Hand 18 holes each dayand not just for fiteen. We
Nancy Feifarek, Kriss Rucinski and Nancy cannot make dumb mistakes out there, the
'J- Music by Steeplechase White. Florida coach said, adding that the secret
LADY GATOR COACH Mimi Ryan hopes would be in the short game.
Horton will cop the honors individually. "We've got to play well within 100 feet of
OUR OLD-TIME Horton is the current Tucker Invitational the greens, and not miss short putts for pars
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EN) RFImpoMd Champ."I and birds," she said. sa
don't know who the main competitionwill The Gator coach pointed to freshman
I .fnwJvwe R.' \e\.unC.-.t1"t .neirurt. be, but I expect the same players as the golfer Elaine Hand as possibly being a key to
{ *'e. h e\ Inn.1eSt Tucker, and I expect the same individual a Florida victory.
ffY'tIIJlllf R results," Ryan said. "ELAINE IS capable of doing so well, and
Rr,:vla.>w ''t4 Nit v ds'\.t t Ar Ryan said she sees the main four-player if she can have two really good rounds I think

competition coming from the University of we'd be in business," Ryan said, quickly
Arizona and Arizona State University. She adding"providing no one else goes sky high."
said that Arizona State is extremely strong. The AlA W National Golf Championshipswill
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St\ffyr! The Gators have already seen some of that be held at the Oro Valley Country Club .will
strength in the October Tucker held in New here in June. "We can get a good feeling of compete
Mexico when they took third place in the the terrain and the competition" said Ryan
jour-player team event behind ASU and the after a practice round at Oro.
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methodically building .a can handle' finish second."
dynastY' at" the University, And part-of:that responsehas BUT THIS YEAR,the fifth STOP BY AND SHOP IN OUR NO-'
Florida. come, .from Florida's season Florida has had, a PRESSURE ATMOSPHERE.
lop The,sport is wrestling::and student body'which came out wrestling team Schneider 31'N MAIN
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year coach has currently led Gators: upset: ,.highly ranked places."I've. 373.439* LESSONS 377.43ft.
t, his team to an expected top Kent'ucky.24l8; :two matches never seen a situation
1k twenty national ranking:when:: ago. : ; like this each athlete treats I..r
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''" revealed, : the bigger* one in our ,No matter what you do if you COACH GARY,SCHNEIDER I
'".. BUT' DURING HIS two.' streak",Schneider:said. "It's. 'enjoy it,. you're ,bound to ,building dynasty
'". years I In. a ,coaching ,capacity bound to help.the.confidenceof : finish on top." ,
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The Independent 0 Flonda Alligator PUDII&Sd by Cowpu, Conwmjnicotlon. Inc Go *s,~ .Fl ode Not off it oily asset s.d wIts ,ts. Unsv.vssy of Rondo THURSDAY FEB. 13. 1975 VOL. 67 NO. 81 UF must pay for water-eventually Dy lENA EPSTEIN A~ier StaN Wilier UF will eventually be smacked with a S3W,~ increase in its water bill, but it won't have to be paid untIl 9976. The Regional Utilities Board (RUB) W.dnesdm approved a sew rate Increase at UP spreading it over a two-year'perlod. TIlE MiAMI TIE WATER RATE inns, at UP wE be a smaller linens ~q~5 that I. 1976. UP will pay the flail rate baste I. 1977 and th. charg, will be wlmgseerthe rate hr IOU gallons elate I. at US time. According to a law euseted In 1970. any inns In Ufl water bill should be paid by the FIgS. Iggislata if UP wudersi mum th* upsetS wets ha In aM tSp .i 11th. lesbian SIb to appoprists mania t.a, GaInesville reNa wE have to mat. up the dddt. BECAUSE LW WILL PAY the increased rates in three stages. city customers will pay. higher rate until 1977 when the rate increase will be equalized between UF and the other customers. After voting down several motions, the RUB finally decided on a compromise of the original proposal by the engineering firm of Black. Crow and Eldmness that called for an increase in water and sewage rates and a capital facilities charge of 5620 for new home hook~nps to the system. The compromise approved by a vote of 8-2 cull. for a capital facilities charge that will be 50 per cent of the original propeuJ. RU3 aim approved a greater lectern Is per1U3. gallon rim then In the original proposal. This was don, to ciba the vault of decruueing dl. capital ?UCIII*IU charge TUE WiPRONfE CAM ~AL ScUffle chaip hr sew homes wIN be 5)25 for water .ini $185 hr sewage. The original pswpesai I cmnvu.,y -a~ sea Hard Times AtUF called hr. capital facilities charge of 5250 for water and 5370 hr sewage. During the RUB meeting City Cornmisslonen Russell Ramsey and James Richardson presented alternatives to the original proposed capital facilities charge. Ramsey recommended a graduated capital facilities fee based on use realm than abed cheap. COUNTY COMMISSIONER JACK DVURANCE raised a motion to delay cousiderutlon of the capital facilities charge but the motion MM. City Commlsslaeen Joe Utah. urged the three phase increase hr UP bemuse he said it would ~show the Florida legislature that Gainesville I. willing to help." City Commission Russell Ramsey said. 'tesldents of Gainesville will definitely receive an increase of a couple of dollen iii their utility bill each month If the legislature refuses to appropriate, additional funds for UFi bill THE mutE PHASE SPREAD of in. erased water charges will mean the following to UF~ o U F will pay 52 cents per 1000 ga11ons of water beginning March 9. j975. o liP will pay 62'A cents per 1000 gallons Five UP students died in freshwater scuba diving accidents last year. One more, Charles Baron., died this year. FlorIda's crystal-watered springs. sinkholes and caves an beautiful -but deadly. DAVE DISh UJ'TELS KNOWS. During the last 2410215, Desautib has bess called on torseer 26 bodIes oldies,. who made fatal underwater nilatais. Deals. -. M20 inns,, unified by the Nation.) AUOCISIOS hr Can Diving, said most of the dive, simply got lost. Ths~ entered a dear water cave, he said. withoag peps, equipment and could m't And their way was again because of the silt sAwed up at the bottom of the can. U 111 FIRST eight months .1 3974. 22 people died In fruIt was, dlvlmg In Plaids and another II died I. ocean diving. out of an shamed 100.000 dlv.', wh is Florida watts for their sport. according to lam Altos. of AlIgn's Trail and Aquatic Costa. Ushetunawely. UP students have often beegi the dives Desauteis has too look for in *1w ave. Sew) students at UP have drowned l~ caves since 1972. cm in Hornaby sink. one Increase has been going ott hr several weeks. Ther, have been two public hearings held by the RUB to allow citizens to express their views. At the public hearing on Jan. 29, Greene saId the possible 5300,000 Increase In water astse~ht S UP mIght hr. him to laq off 55*5gw. UF MOW PAYS A lXfl'LE MORE than SNOOK hr water and swap. Abe the Weduaday muesing. Greene said the pomiblity of layeffi was "hypothetIcal." RUB abs changed the N.h. the charges for sewe. The limit was raised to 28.000 gallons from 14.000 gallons. ACCORJROIG 10 3.455EV, it will encourage conservatIon of water because customore will now have to pay hr an ad~ dltlona) 4.000 gallons. Usage above 18.000 gallons Ii not returnable to the system because it I. assumed to be used for washing cars and watering lawns, according to City Commissioner William Talbot. Part of a proposal approved Wednesday also calls for a new fire hydrant charge of Sl3Spcryear per hydrant for UF. The charge to the city ii 5230 perycar per hydrant. AccordlngtoGreene. when the effect of the new hydrant charge. are added to the 52 cents charge for the first year. the rate increase is over 100 per cent. Because Gainesville owns the Regional Utilities System. the city commission must approve, the new rates before they will become etective. City Attorney 0mw Pagan said he will present an emergency ordinance Including the new rates and capital facIlItIes charge to city commissonars hr approval Monday niabt. in Tarpon Spring, three is Little River and -each is Peacock and Aladima sink. MOO EZCMWLY, Charles Dane, a freshman. dmmed I. the UP owned Rh. Sink seer Ocala. Sante's dish was not Is a can however. hut was camued by another ml*dpies of novice dives: diving too deep without pepsi tubing. The 263 bet-imp MathS., used by the Ut Navy be deep-diving vmial.u, is "too dsp usIa yea hav, saps training." according to kiwis WIle. of Scuba Dynamic In GaInmaville. "CAVIl ANN A diStrust part of dMng." Coffins said. "I flay away frog,, thus." Collins said a number of local accidents claimed cat-of-as divas as their vidhma "Ga Inecillo buns. reinai addle hal advanced c in -diving after bale fl" IS ATIUACDON 10 DW DIG Is urge of man that ps-dues wearied Mary. acceding to MI. "Ever slums the ha guy hopped a sighS 5 the buMp. he's Swaps been thinking of wags to get it best" "It's only natural to weeds, what. uSes then?"' Allen said. (See 'Diving.' page elm.)

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Np t 1%. Sni.nnd.t SoMe MIg.t.r. ThurS.y. F.bucy II 1975 thursday ALlAN J Offi 013 "Ito; cdpsuie Snowstorm hits Northeast (UPI) -A heavy snowstorm struck the Atlantic seaboard Wednesday. tying New York City traffic in knots and closing schools and the New York Stock Exchange early. More than six inches of snow was dumped on New York City in its first bona tide storm of the winter. In many other cities and towns in the Northeast. the nations most heavily populated region, it was the wont blast of the season. Many streets and highways in the New York metropolitan area were closed because of hazardous driving conditions. n.e New Jersey Turnpike cut speed limits. Driving conditions on the Pennsylvania Turnpike were miserable. Marijuana speeds up heart HOUSTON (UP!) -A Chicago researcher Wednesday stid marijuana speeds up heart action and incraues blood flo, and would be harmful to penons suffering fran, certain heart diseases. Dr. Charles Kanakis Jr. assistant professor of medicine at Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, said a study of 19 men 22 to 30 years old showed an increased pulse rate but not higher blood pressure in manjuafla Users. Senate panel passes tariff ban WASHINGTON (UPI) -A House-passed bill to rescind President Ford\ oil nport fee won Senate coillnlittet approval Wednesday with a Republican opponent predicting it ,.ould become law over a veto. Sen. Robert Dole. RiCan. said he '.as told by the White House that Ford had only 28 or 29 sure Senate votes against overriding the Presidents expected veto of the bill -too fe'~ to block it from becoming law, MEANTIME, sources said, a special conn,,ttee of Senate Democrats seeking to draft an alternative energy program reached tentative agreements on a number of measures. These will be recommended to the Senate Democratic Policy Committee at a luncheon Tuesday. flie Democrats agreed on a down-the-line rwht against all W give nolk ot Fords proposals designed to drive up he Price rIrolcuni and other tbels. Sen. Ernest F. Hollinxs SC reported. These include the import fres. decontrol ol (iOfllesttc crude oil prices and deregulation of natural gas. Hollings said the coilinhittee agreed that seekiiw imports by I million barrels a day this year would (,nl~ '~. rens.iy intlation and retard recovery from the reces~to~ dont know a single businessman whos for an excise ax on petroleum. Hollings said. Sources said the Deitiocratic senators hoped to endorse a balanced package seeking to tic expenditures on ttnerMy 0 economic recovery so that they move apace The President made plans to seek to win allies in the Senate in the fortheonhing showdown over energy policy Ford to give Rocky policy role ASIIINGTON (UPI) -President Ford has decided to presidential aides would be named to head the council Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller a nujor domestic member staff. ~ role in his administration, sources disclosed WedRrb.f.IIn .ne twin Wnlnsdav with Paid and tAn 1 neaday. After a month of discussion within Ford's approval has been given to Rockefeller's reorganize the Domestic Council and make it policy planning body. White House sources and top Rockefeller a Wednesday that by the end of the month. inner circle. proposal to a long-range saistants said two top vice .30House aides, reportedly to discuss the Domestic Couheil plan, James M. Cannon. 56, the No. 2 man on Rockefeller's staff and a long-time associate of the fanner New York Governor will be named executive director of the council. He will replace Nion administration holdover Kenneth Cole, whose resignation is effective March 2. #AA* A4 w~ -A x -rip-. L Jab/I I (4 I 6 A O~' A U, 90 I~, if 110 In 549w S February 14, 1929, a garage on Chicago's Northside. Members of Al Capone's gang, dressed as police, gun down seven of Bugs Moran's hoods. This became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre -and it enraged Chicagoans to the point where they finally started cooperating with Elliot Ness and other law enforcement officials. Coming from Chicago, in fact not far from the Clark St. garage where this happened, we like to remember this day. So In honor of this historic event we offer the St. Valentine's Day Price massacre. All the non-fair trade equipment is on sale, as are all the demos. Nowe haven't changed our philosophy and we aren't going out of business, and No were not having a phony clearance sale. Frankly we're lazy -and it's easier to sell 'em than to dust 'em. Stop in and check it out. From 1O-6on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sunday from I-S. 020 4270 urn m 221 a 33 a 229 as, 529 259 '59 lIwUIn. hint: U.fld Qua. Schiclinal Full Mig. Worro.,Iysply aim ~as tall ONLY ww an m 71St 220 inns. iso III 31*. lOG in Ka.w.d urn NO La. Pita 65 m.H.r. so ujuwuw lUff 9.35 1SF Cfl 400 IS W~. it 3.75 A1 mci mom S I 317-HI Fl 132 W umvERsrE S s-It '4, "9 sq 5, 15q 329 45 35 4,, 1~ 2.25

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Th. Indq~nd.nt florid. AIIIg.tv. flhundoy. P.~nwnv )3, 1975. Peg. 3 may B~ STUART EMMRICH and TOM SHRODER Alligator Stall Writen A 60-day statute of limitations on honor code offenses may prevent Honor Court Atty CC,, Paul Marniish horn 111mg cheating charges against a vgniticani number p1 suspects in the wide-spread Business Administration scandal, [he U F Student Body (onstit iii on requires charges of an honor code violation ii ust he tiled with in 60 school days ot the alleged offense. A STATUTE SPECIFICALLY states that the charges must be tiled within 60 days of the wolation, hut Marnish said Wednesday iight an interpretation on that statute ~&ill he requested 1mm the Hoard of Masters (BOM) today. Marnish said he was going to request the BOM to decide I the statute of limitations should 'run from the time the incident ~curs or when the Honor Court finds out about it.' He explained that cheating cases constitute fraud, and regular law states that Iraud statute of limitations only begins once the incident comes to light." MARMISH SAID STUDENT Body President Steve Merryday would be requested this morning to convene a special meeting of the BOM today for a ruling on the statute. Acting under the assumption that the Student Senate had the power to change the limitations statute, the Honor Court bar voted Wednesday to recommend to the senate that a 60-day extension of the limitation be granted. prevent I he extension sas requested to start this Saturday, when the limit to lilt any charges in connection with alleged cheating on tall quarter mid-terms runs out. BUT MARMISH EXPLAINED LATER he ~otc by he bar had no etleetbecause the senate doesn't have the power bo change the constitution. it can only he changed liv a I eferendurn by the student body In fairness to everyone r cheating uiohibiting secret Honor Court proceedings ill also tree~ the Th.dav trial requirement. Mamnish said. ThE INJUNCTION, ORDERED BY circtiit court Judge HA. Cicen Tuesday and renewed Friday. applies only to closed Honor (Olin hcarin~s .ind does not dpply to the in est ig-at on ol xl leged offenses. Harris said Rut Marmish said the Inlunction had Cr we ought to be able to see U investigation out, follow it up )cerned, and resolve it I --Paul Marmish, Honor Court attorn If the 60-day limit holds, Mannish said he would have to lower his standards for fling charges. I wouldn't want to rim the risk of putting people through the trial process unless I was really sure probably cause existed' he said. HOWEVER, IF NO EXTENSION is granted he may have to. Marmish said. According to Honor Court procedure. any student has the right to a trial within 90 days ol' being charged with a honor code violation. A temporary circuit court injunction ey general hampered his nvestigatio'~ and brought it to almost a grinding halt.'' Marmish explained students are no longer coming into the Honor Court to volunteer information because they fear the information might be released to the public. A SUIT FILED jOINTLY by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF law student Judy Collins argues that the Honor Court hearings are covered by the Florida Goverwnent-in-the-Sunshine-Law and should be open to the press and public. Rule charges A heaiing is scheduled in approximately 34) lays to hear argument' in the swt against the Honor Court and UP. Although the injunction issued by Green IITIIV applies to the closed hearings and not other Honor Court proceedings. Marotish said the i,,ccrtainty ot the situation has liani1,ered the current cheating investigation "WE ARE GETTING NO COOPERATION, no contacts with an, tideii d a wits or it nesses l~ccause ~wople Ire druid then name' are going to end up in thc I)d pC r Sixty-three students have been charged ~ it?, cheating offenses. but oik' lb those cases ~.cre (Ieti(I~I before the Inlunction ~ .15 is, tied MARMISH SAID IN COURT [uesd-a,. although he had originally estimated charging 2(X) people i' ith n~ jivement In the alleged College of Business Administration organized cheating, the injunction might mean he could only rile about 20 to 30 niore charges. He explained the ability of the Honor Court investigation to uncover more information concerning people involved ii, cheating would he hampered by the poss ability that the proceedingss night be made public. 'All of our information so far has been gathered on the assumption that it would be kept confidential. Marmish explained, adding students told him they wouldn't have volunteered information if they thought it '&as going to be made public. Mannish said that all the confessions he has obtained would also have to be thrown out because they were taken on the grounds that they would be kept confidential.

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P.~ 4Th. Indep.nd.ms Ro$d. AiIIgsor. Thonday, F.bw.vy 13, 197$ Stone calls By JANET PARK I sing Yr Alligator Writer econonwo Ire trvin~ iaistnp~ th LI S Sen. Richard Stone. D'FIa., called 11w luel crisis the number one problem in the they need. economy while talking to Florida said. agriculturists Tuesday night. Stone while addressing an Institute of Food He add and AMriculture Sciences conference blamed opposite fuel xluct'on~ .mI~ throughout Washington energy planners to discourage using oil product cost'' number the ~ ho s by LE WON'T STOP BUYING the oil they'll just pay more br it. Stone ,d. 'their thrust seems to be rn the direction. Its been proven that short 1 ti ii, dctijrid~ ire inetljsIit Stone said. E.~ervone kno'.s thjt ~; hen costs ~o do" n prices will go do" ii. THE SENATOR SAID PROPOSED IJX cbate' ~hwh arc currently pending in Congress. 'Wont lead to purchasing by consumers. He said the public will either sit on it (the rebates) or they will buy Mold and silver, But Stone added there has not been a large Profs predict one in ten out of work By KAREN MEYER AilIgatee Staff Wttt. Nationwide recovery from the current recession will not begin until late this year. with one in every 10 Americans facing unemployment in the coming winter, according to two UF economics associate professorsAnn R. Horowitz and R. Blame Roberts responded to comments and questions on their economic forecast for Florida. along with Robert L.nzilotti. dean of UF's College of Business Administration, at the Fourth Annual Florida Economic Seminar. THE WEDNESDAY seminar was attended by the Florida Council of 100 -a crosssection of about l~ of Florida's most prominent citizens in business, professional and education fields selected by the Governor to promote the state and its well-being. 'Florida's Econometric Forecast." prepared by Horowitz and Roberts reveals the following fix Floridians: *Inflatiott rates, now around 12 per cent. will moderate substantially, averaging just under sit per cent this year. eReal personal income -the dollar amount which is actually spent, will fall during the first three quarters of this year. but will Increase just under one per cent in the final quarter. *With a labor force rising by about 1.6 per cent bytlicend of theytar. and about Il2.~ fewer jobs available. Florida's unemployment will rise to 9.9 per cent. *Fever floridians will find employment in construction, manufacturing, trade. government, transportation, communications and public utilities this year. but employment will rise in agriculture, services, finance, insurance and real estate. *Those latter industries will benefit from an increase to 26.9 million tourists annually by the end of 2975. *Total taxable sales -Florida's chief revenue source -will rise by only 6.5 per cent this year. a dramatic slowdown from the 20.9 per cent increase in 1973. Horowitz and Roberts pointed out Florida's economic activity In large part reflects the developments in the nation. "Not since the 1930's have economic forecasts depended so much on the policy alternatives and not since the second World War has the health of the economy depended on the policy decisions of the administration, the Congress and the monetary authorities. they reported. Althouti, "recent statistics are ominous," Horowitz and Roberts predict the severity of the current recession 'will not come close to the near total deterioration of the economy that occurred during the 1930's.** problem ici caw in the nuiiihei ol luvin~ gold or ~i?~er. STONE TOLD THE AGRICULTURALISTS he StrOI)~lv ~plh~ legislation designed to protect agricu~~~ The number one Product (4gricwtu~) iiiust be taken care of when the squeeze on.' he said. Stone cited two measures Ifl particular that would protect Anierica's farmers. One Wou~ prevent flooding the market with Iore~ products and one he hopes to fbrmulate ~.ouId defer the estate tax on inherited finns He said. "Dt.mping foreign production0 the market will benefit the consumer by brrngm~ down food prices. ~BUT WHEN US. producers are forced out of business and foreign product dominate-fOtCIg11 prices are not low he warnett 'We must protect growers and producers of livestock and meat from foreign dumping.' Stone. who took office in January. ged about his low seniority, but added, "Starting right away. I want to work on a bill that would defer the estate tax on an inherited farm as long as the farni is in agricultural produce lion. STONE SAID MANY FLORIDIANS faced with a large tax on an inherited farm. sell out to developers rather than pay the tax and adjust to the low inane of farming. If implemented. he said, this policy would enable people to resist the impact of the estate tax and help keep more farms productive. The senator concluded. "The market is a tbnction of confidence in the direction of the country. lithe people have no confidence in the direction, their response is to be '9 cautious. A Columbia rictus ft.sa The -UIEUL-MVlO tEAM Ptsucguq S Tsi~ crARAJ3Ik STAND&~d)ALONEI A 7/ V 6 UNANIMOUSLY ff1 ACCLAIMED AS "am or ne PAL 1~ ems as WINNER OFT ACADEMY AWRDS .'-i. "r nan. ---r~~ -Pt I kflI4~Il --. --4*~ %I'~'* SE ainss tins, sa a in a mu met aiomms srmamov.insin .-~ri1uaw IffiM Sr *.a. .-t baa. a n~4.fl~ .-'a .nw U ~ t '.9 A '1 I S ALPHAUILLC MphovllI. I. diant pMn.t wl.d hr .*ymt end nan by ~ompuna L.vny Coot. I. en Emit, qant .Ign.d to coavlne. lb. wlr of sAIphevIlI. to .bdlcM.~ If ha Cent co.tvioc. kin. Ii. must kill kim~ A. wit, any M-Lvc Goddard film. It,. plot I.Ila you preeficoNy noifting eM yo'~ hove to b. await of nw tan whof. going on if yo~ -going to nlch what's rnlly going on. In Fnnch will, b~lS, subfln SUE 1.6. M MO: 9:3 bd N. And U. FRI & SAT Feb.14 AIS 6:00 3:30 2nd Fleer Aud. 5O~ Vo&abnr~ Cr)011 ai tW If awn Nd.7, F.bmauy 14 I. .Ommur Odginel Graphic Aa Sale 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Room 118. JWRtJ 2. SIJUFUZI AflUACIlON Ill i2:~ Noon iwliu Colonnade DON'T MISS Ill 3. .Sp.ghMIl Wnnw Special 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. JWRU Cqfet.ria Spoghefti 8 Meat Toned Salad Garlic Bread Small Beverage Sauce $175 plus tax Seconds on SpohMW Soled hr NO UNA cNMGU fhe 'UfttveAsag 6PGA~OkMtftg UAAtS @e&tes ~'PkgseAts "Cinderella" US F Sud.wss N.n'Sqsd.n En. U, ONdrmuod.12 .nwWb. for Omd. K6 WcloIIy "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" Saud.y, Fefruary 15 S:lIp.m. UnIverulgy Asdlbdum U of F S*udn.s Noc4Iudn FifE I. fmd for noq'.ud.in or. availati. ci i$~. Univ.rii., torn ask. (Co.' eon. Thner.}. Un'vsn.sy of Flondo "ud.,ts may ccii rn-ia,. aca4 jn~44 mnNoIcet Th rSNoflons will b hId -OW tinifl,.igy ~MJ ~fk. until 4~ pin. Endoy F*tflJaiy 4 Spoo.d by idvA. Gov.mnw,, Prop., and i j. wqin GRECIAN FEAST FWS LU PM. ARE WOUlD NOON 4* FLOOR J. WAVE REITZ tale, :4 LI a // Th. p. nun will incltiA a' of .rtifcC~ muSe. *MhibIts end halm.fit front gh. caniry -w.41 "9n t~pIc.I G~Ion jod. us rigid-" PU smiws Public $L~ Wlvw*y *~~g Q4fI~* 9 Urn.") ~ agYdswueyW front 12d AS Monday I~dsy. No udfl ~~il b .~dS*Ie elm dooyj

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Order as many of each star as you like; indicate size: Small, Medium or Lap. a Supply Limited-Mail No*risk Coupe,, Today! Den Len Corporation -a I P Olox 5384.Grand Central Sic New York, N.Y TOOl? I a I enclose my check or money order for S________________ (119.9$ complete each watch and $4.95 sack fat tee shirts, no onto charge for handling or shining). Please I send items checked below It not completely satisfied I may return them icr a refund. Gold. Oldie Wristwatches $19.95 fl GABLE fl KOUCHO fl FIELDS 5 CHAPtIN khdeti Oldie lee Thirt; 5 GABLE 5 UOIJCHO @5495 5 FIELDS 5 CItAPtIN Size: Small (] Medium 5 Large El beASt El~ 3009 ~ IOIAII 5110cr Me COO s pleas'. Check or Meney Order only. I I -. __________I'. I .1 NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO? acne AU mu aiim urn. SERVICE V1~ Commission suggests merger By DOUGLAS HA'! CII Alligator S#afl Write, ~o year' after they started, the Local Go'ernnient Study (onnhission ILGSC). has ,iade its final recommendations 1k un.fying Gainesville and Alachua County and has dissolved. iwmbers Tuesday iight signed their report leaving their proposals 1k unifying the city of Gainesville and Alachua County governmer t, with the Alachus County legislative delegation. "WE OF THE LGSC, after 33 months of deliberation. recommend the City of Gainesville and Alachua County governments be merged into one.' LGSC Chairman Robert Coleman said. The next step for the LGSC proposals are four public I hearings to be held next month, followed by introduction during this spring's legislative session, all of which must be done before the voters can vote on them. If the LGSC proposals are passed icto law, a referendum of county voters coold be held as early as the end of the year. State Sen. Bob Saunders. fl-Gainesville. said. "I PERSONALLY DONI see how we could do this, because it would have to be in a special election. as the next general election is in November 1Q76,' Saunders said. I don't think it would be right to delay voting on this (the LGSC proposals) that long. Four public hearings will be part of the regular hearings held by numbers of the state legislature to get the psblics ideas for laws. Saunders said. rhe nierser of Gainesville and Alachua County government would fulfill seven najor goals set by the LGSC. Coleman said THESE GOALS INCLUDE narrowing responsibility for government action, elimination of duplicate services, dealing effrctlvely with common regional pmblems and ability to respond to new demands and problems. Coleman said. "We have very few insurmountable problems at the moment, but we are sure that these type problems are coming Fo& Sm&as WS'VE BEEN STRIVING TO BRING YOU ONLY THE HIGHEST Q1IAL~1Y N NAT tIDAL noJxJe1~. 604 NW 13W St 14! sr in the 'war inure. Colem.a,, said. Such piohieaiis include uncontrolled i~r.rnth ~'hith hreairtm the quality of life and I sing costs of services. Co l~ni an said THE LGSC IN ITS DELIBERATIONS looked at four nidin ,ossibilites foa local government. Coleman said. rhese included no change. annexation of unincorporated areas by the city of Gainesville. a county charter and the unification plan. Coleman said. THE UNIFIED GOVERNMENT would function much like that of a city's. Coleman said. There would be an elected county mayor. an eight-member county council and an operations department dispensing governmental Services. To elinilnate duplication of services there would be two taxing districts. Coleniat, said. These would he the general service district, which would cover the rural areas, and the urban service district, which would include the urban areas. Re sidents in the general wrvice district would be charged tip to ten mills (10 cents per 110 property evaluation) for receiving such services as roads, but no sewage or drainage THE URBAN SERVICE DISTRICTS would include the eitie~ joining the unified government and the suburbs around them and residents would be taxed upto 20 nialls(20 cents per II .~ evaluation) for such services as streets, drainage and sewage. Alachua County's eight other municipalities would have the ability to loin or stay out of the uniJied government. Coleman saLd. These municipalities have already gone on record through the Alachua County League of Cities as opposing joining the unified government. Hearings on the LGSC proposals will be at the Newberry High School. March 4. from 4p.m. to 6p.m. and at the High Springs Community Center from 8 p.m. to 10 pm. the same day. 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r4~1%. S.sd.-dnt RinGS. Mflga'. Thur.d.p. P.~,n.y I). IWS 'Meal a week C By STUART EMMRICII AIJiguor Staff Wilt. For the 40 days ot Lent, a religious period of self-scrfict, are. residents arc being asked by local pastors to give Lap a meal a week. so that hungry people in other pests ol the world can eat A local campaign to try to provide food for hungry people in Bangadesh and the Sahel region of Africa is being organized by Father Machaer Cannop of the Catholic Student Center, the Rev. C D. Weaver of Grace Presbyterian Church and the Rev. William Ferguson of Hartley Temple United Methodist Church Ann Mamfon, wwfe of the (IF presdett. as serving a' treasurer LENT BEGAN WEDNESDAY and continues until Easter, Dunng that 40-day period. Gannon said, the pastors are asking ate. residents to gave up one meal a week and thai donate the daflerence in money to the hunger campaign. Cannon explained the money would then be spent on food lot the estimated 10000 people who are dying every week in Hangadesh and east Africa Donation, can be mailed to Bo~ 138S8 University Station or dropped oil at he Student Inlorniation Booth across trom the Hub. the Gainesville Sun', classified advertising department or the Gainesville Mall branch ot the First Federal Savings and [nan Association. GANNON EMPHASIZED the money would only be ~nt to buy food and not on any se~.'tarian purposes. adding there Chemical engineering receives grant money flit University of Florida Chemical Enginoenns Departma.t received 54.0(N) from Union Carbide on Feb. 5, Union Carbide is one of hi private companies that donates money to the depaninent which is used for SI~ to 5400 wholanhips. recruiting adivitia. ECIIiIflhW spcaken. and the library, according to Dr. John Biety. chemical engnenhj department had. am paign starts '.ilI he a 'trici accounting on all money tolletied and ~pcnt Gannon said he was looking tor a good re~pon'c Irom the studentt body in the campaign. This is something the students should be interested iii doing. In, hoping there .aII he great nuntherof ,tude,,ts who '.all ~ant to make a contribution. Cannon said photo couaw of lit. Rondo Catholic EINIOPIAN MOIRE AND CHILD fighting for murvlvul at mild Motion ------a ---. -----a ---1Doff Special ISrgnSIS@B .4 jewelly a offer ood6b.1211 I41h only flwtmrnfllfl *1 u42 USY An dim, '~ In g.wMiy oldies Leon Bog Room bdud.d --------a -~ --------STUDENTS, SEAT REGISTRATION LI S By seeing your DEPTAD VISORS or your PEER ADVISORS BEFORE REGISTRATION Pter Advisors (for Arts & Sdencts) are I, II) Andersen Nail q4 hug PEER ADVISEMENT IS A PROGRAM SPONSORED BY THE ARTS & SCIENCES e ove ainesvi e we're inviting you to a Valentine's Party. It's your chance to: &s Meet the WGVL "Jocks" &Experience a live broadcast demonstration-reai 800 QUADROPHONIC SOUND. quad watt Drink 1 oz. highballs & domestic beer for 4.4c ALL AT BIG DADDY'S CIN CITY LOUNGE SW 16th AVE. & 13th ST., 5:30-7:30 P.M. NO COVER! QUAD 1 05 Because without you.it wouldn't hove been possible. COUNCIL I So S an FL'

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Th. Ind.p.nd.n*FIo$do AJtI~aqr1Than&y. F.brtiory 3 Nr 7 Senator proposes bi By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writ. Sen. Jack Gordon, DMiarni. announced Monday that he is submitting a bill to the Florida Senate to put three students on th~ Board of Regents Gordon. vice chairman ot 'tic Senate Education Committee, proposed the sanit bill during last spring's legislative session. [he bill, amended in committee to have two student regents. died on the Senate floor, said Cordon. GORDON'S BILL will increase the regents number to 12. with at least two of the three students undergraduates. State University Systen, Chancellor Robert Mautz said "students are a special interest gmup' and should therefore not be on the board which governs Florida's nine state universities. 'The regents are not representative ot' any group or special interest. said Mautz. He said the regents "try to hear from all interests and make a non-special interest decision. "IF WE WDNI7 HAVE good cornmunication with students.' Mautz said, 'then I think ttere would be reason to give theni a voice. By proposing student regents. Mautz said. "you have opened the door to a major change in the composition of the board Mautz expressed coiteern that faculty and other interests would also seek representation on the board. However. Gordon said. When they're paying die same share of expenses as the students are, then I'm all in favor of it.'' STUDENTS ARE BEARING 22 pci 'ciii die higher education budget. said Gordon. placing them in the position of employers ather than the emplove position ot faculty Students are entitled to have sonic control o'er their education. said Gordon. calling the systen, big and impersonal flit people in charge of 'citing policies ought to hear front the consun~er' (students).'' he said. THE RECENT PROPOSAL that the I events consider eliminating freshman and sophomores froni the University ol South Florida and Florida I technological University. triggered his c-submission of the bill. Gordon said That '.hole discussion was carried on without anybody giving a damn about the students. he said. [he regents are looking at the current financial situation of the university systeni with the point of view of preservitig as many jobs as they can. said Cordon. "ThA~S THE TAXPAYER'S point of view.' he said. There is no one speaking up for students.' Gordon said he saw no reason for t~culty to seek representation on the board. "particularly with collective bargaining." Gordon said he hoped interested students would back his proposal by writing to their legislators, and that the newly organized student lobby would support his efforts as much as last year's student leaders. After it is introduced in the senate, the hilt viii probably be referred to the Senate Education Conimittee In March. and then to the Senate floor, according to Senate staff education committee member Torn Furlong. NsrOFIIS~IG~r&& %F~ ~ ~45 M4 Sc~N 5 &tJoErCouNcNV~ MIs Proupty PPESCMfS A VPISOU 5YM~CS1UA/\ ---------------------*OtJP*( ,~t'4T FEB.11 t ?%I. UASW'J 'aPcc*1uS RqOpekmONS VIA4TINM For GODOT C,.rC ------tueS4AYfl4~T ~ ---------FeTh.I1 1p.M. K! IkePAt ~'MSottgs NiehT COT' MaC ibetN*M~ii FVO~ VP3EO'~Ft05 VAZFOYP ~i~oN 34~ ------a ---a----------V W945PA~ t&I&IIT FEE.FI t3oRi'nAfC W5ON HLkASCSTVA I L1. I Lii FnEP alirna 9L111W 1211 S.W. 1 (Cm CHy A SURE CURE FOR THE MIDTERM MUNCHIES iaN I-. A 4 I N k alIen B great ectaws, potato salad, cole slew & baked beans make a great late nite snack for late-nite studies or parties. Or, If you're just downright hungry, aUtos subs, combos & sandwiches are Mill Galnesvitle's finest quality & best value. Beat those munchies tonight, and wake up tomorrow with a smile in your stomach. WATCH TOMORROW'S ALLIGATOR FOR A PRICI-SUSTIN' WEEKEND SEER SPECIAL r TAKE *OU FREE DELIVERY MON-SAT. 10-2 AM SUNDAY 10-12:3Q AM 'I'D 0I' Al 377-65 hthAv ~Iaza) K F, I T WE"' CALL 10 for student regents EATS jfl

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Pg.S. The Ind.p.nd.ntFlodda AJIIgoov, Thurmloy F.bvvory 13 197 EDITORIAL Prosecutor A Miami lawyer has made some interesting observations to the effect that last year's tlood of indictments against Florida Public officials illustrates important weaknesses in our state's "vstem of criminal prosecution. Charles lntriago. former special counsel to the governor on organized crime, argued recently in the Miami Herald that it was only a unique set of circumstances that led to the indictments. He hints these circumstances allowed inxestigation ot official mischief In spite. rather than because, of Florida's system ol' state's attorneys. And Intnago argues further that since these circumstances are not likely to reoccur, now is the perfect time to establish an office of special prosecutor to keep labs on public officials in the future. Remember thai nvcstigatibns into the issuance of state hank charters ~as done first on the federal level, not by a Florida state attorney. And a probe into state education contracts was begun by a joint legislative committee. When evidence dug up by the federal and legislative investigations was turned over to grand juries. the results were indictments against the education commissioner, the state treasurer, comptroller, and a U.S. senator. Intriago makes the point that FlorIda's 20 elected state attorneys have been generally ineffective in routing out political corruption, even though they are the only state officers authorized to initiate criminal trials. The inconsistent quality of state attorneys was highlighted when the legislative committee felt compelled to ask Coy. Askew to bring in an outside state attorney to direct a Leon County Grand Jury investigation of alleged corruption in the Department of Education. The result was unintentional near-catastrophe. Askew appointed State Any. T. Edward Austin from Jacksonville to handle the job. Austin brought with him some of his staff assistants, but he forgot they too needed to be sworn in by a Tallahassee circuit judge in order to advise the grand jury. Thus, because of a technical misstep, the Florida Supreme Court threw out bribery, conspiracy, perjury and kickback charges against former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian. It also placed in jeopardy state charges of corruption against Treasurer Thomas O'Malley and former State Sen. George Hollahan Jr. Intriago's solution is an appointed prosecutor with statewide jurisdiction. He should be authorized to what the attorney general cannot: initiate criminal trials. And he should have the investigative and legal staff to back him up. He should be appointed by the governor from a list of candidates screened and recommended by a nominating commission. The special prosecutor's term should be something like seven years. to remove as much as possible the pressures of elective politics. Also unlike the attorney general. the special prosecutor should have the power to supersede state attorneys when cases have statewide significance. Since there is some question whether a special state prosecutor can be established without a constitutional amendment, the best route is probably such an amendment. We hope our State Sens. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay. and State Reps. Sidney Martin and Bill Andrews. will get to work on the establishment of an office of state prosecutor who has the power to clear up shady dealings in Sunshine State government. S N Friends happe Have you ever askedalrien& Why areyou going with him? and been told. No. there's nothing between us. Were lust trendss' WHY IS Idendship assumed to be so unimportant compared with romantic' love? Yes. I know that love is beautiful. Love is the sun, the moon, the stars. Love is like being hit by lighininglove is getting laid flit trouble with being hit by lightening is it doesn't happen very often and the etfrcts usually wear off. in contrast, friendship happens all the time. Since were more likely to have friends (or niort friends anyway) than lovers, why not give them some importance. too? MANY TIMES, a friendship can be more D & PA (Deep and Meaningful) than a love affair. Too often. "love" is based on supertlcialities. But friendship develops slowly, out of shared experiences and interests. Last quarter I sat near a male in sociology class. One day he struck up a conversation. After talking for a few minutes. he asked me for a date. I panicked. I didnt even knojy him! How could I possibly tind anything to say during an evening out alone with someone I dIdn't know? Why did he ask me out? He had no idea what I was like. What gave him the idea I might be worthwhile company? The only conclusions I could reach were that he was desperate for a date, or else approaching me for sex. Neither conclusion exactly made nit feel wanted for myself. THAT'S WHY friendship is so much more of an ego buzz. You're being sought out by people who have really gotten to know you, by being in the same organization, working on projects. or whatever. You know they appreciate the real you. Friendship has room to accommodate more of the changes people go through. In contrast, society's definition of romantic love is very limited. A love affair has a delinite beginning and end. You fall in love and then fall out. Friendships can last a lifetime, but love affairs rarely do. Friendship is not as limited or demanding. You don't have to -worried if your friend doesn't call for three days. You the time JANIS lYIARA don't expect your trends to confine their interest only to you. In rociantic love, you idealize your loved one. He's the prince on the white hone. Then as you spend more time with him, all toosoon the tiaws beconeobvious. Or perhaps it just becomes apparent that this pemoc isn't who you thought he was. I HAVE tbund that women can be more supportive than anyone else in friendship. After all. we are trained to be sensitive to others' feelings, to be helpful and comforting. Why not take advantage of these characteristics by being frie,,ds with your sister -rather than confining your friendship and support to men? Women are laugh to approach Ion and friendship Iron, a different angle. Friends fit into a woman's lit. Lovers run it. It's expected that a woman will uncomplainingly quit her job and leave her friends behind if her husband decides to move. MEN ARE supposed to come first in a woman's life. Friendships with other women shouldn't be imports; after all other women are just competition tin the attention of men. Actually, this is often not the case. Like many other women, I never would admit it. but I always enjoyed the corn pany of other women. I never felt the strain, the need IC act a role. I didn't have to act impressed or worry about how I looked; I could be myself. I have friendships with men who mean a lot to me. hut I still treasure my women friends above everything. I ,outd never cancel my plans with a woman at the last minute just because a wan asked me out. Being a feminist has taupl~t lie to value myself as a woman and a human Wing. Because I am able to love myself. I love other women. tOO. d F k 1 The Independent FloridaAlligator Gil Gmnecan 8' IA. boy" Kanduior inn. V. Cock Ma Enlyn he Mm. Mclpiur. C I.yShh~ Torn MocNomow kyM~G.Jr Do.n LeMon. 'fly'Lyndo Hontlaf u.n. Lymi ScM., Jooka W0IUnfl Covid 5mW, Edflo-In.chiM David Main Nwskltoe T.~ Wood -nw ~onno hfugn.on Loyout Miter On~ Mq fling O.o.~ M.n.g.v Mm InIn. 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Landlord-tenant rights liDhTORz 11w lollovin~ statement In ~our story on lan~Ilord-tenant rights 4 Friday. Jarn.a.y 31) is s@e~afr.hffiSeading tenants must noti~ the landlord %CVCIb 4a4bclbre vacating. If they fail to do this they'lose their security tieposit. THE NOTICE requirement referred to is iii Section 83.49(5). Florida Statutes. which is in amendment effective I October 974. Ii ~t'pulates that a tenant who vacate, or abandon. the premises prior to expiration cii the term specified an the written lease or vacates or abandons premises rented under a periodic tenancy (week to week, month to month, quarter to quarter or year to yearl shall notify landlord by certified mail at least seven days prior to vacating or abandoning. Failure to give such notice relieves landlord of the notice requirement placed on him by Section 83.49(3)4.). Florida Statutes Fhe amendment apparently applies only to situation where a tenant breaches a lease written to, a specified number of successive weeks, months or quarters or terminates or abandons a rental unde, a periodic tenancy without giving the advance notice required in Section 83.57. Florida Statutes. It does not necessarily thllow that tenants failure to give the required notice in the required from will lead to irretrievable loss of the security deposit. But it does follow that tenants lailure will impose a ibrmidable barrier to the success of a later attempt to recover, even though the tenant may have good cause to terminate the lease prematurely or abandon the periodic tenancy. TillS RESULT follows because the tenanfi failure relieves the landlord of the landlord's duty, under Section 83.49(3)4.). to give notice in writing by certified mail of land lord's intention to inipose a claim against the deposit. Such notice by the landlord must be given within IS days after tenants vacating and huuht be addressed to tenant s last known mailing address, which could be the premises just vacated if tenant fails to give a forwarding address. The landlord forfeits his right to :~nike any claini against the deposit if he does not give notice by the method required within the time prescribed. It the landlord gives timely notice, the tenant then has IS days within which to raise hisobjections. laity. Thereafter the court can zidjudicate the rights of the parties to possession of the depouit. the issues having been framed by the exchange of notices and the tenant's raising of objections. Consequently. we recommend that tenants follow the notice requirement placed on them by Section 83.49(5) tbr the reasons stated above and because the practical operative effect of advance notice to the landlord night enable the landlord to recent the unit with Second EDITOR: rhis is a ~rievanct list presented by a ihird year student who is tired of this schools second dams attempts to run a first class athletic program. Th~u list or shortcomings includes both intraniumi and intercollegIate l~rosramL I challenge those involved s.ith these prnrams. especially Athletic Director Ray Graves. to reply to my list of deficIencies with either solutions or rebuttals. I. A second rote tat best) basketball racilits. 2. Nearly no outdoor basketball couns. and the tines 'se do have are so poorly kept tip that it's pathetic. 3. A soccer field that's in terrible shape because some '1gb ranking otlicial derided that it would i,~,ikc a 'can NI inn, twit ha I ~aa, it 4. I no e~ I, ckctt',iIi aid handball coin ~ 'p ciii loss I has esult x.oultt tlit'n i ~thcr ticarly entitle the tenant to refund ol the depon. less any jgs&bl. flmrs hr cleaarnjc costs, repair or pbamntt. If the floitte is not given. many days might elapse before the 'acancy is discovered Under some CirctIrnstdnLes the rent loss might eat up the security deposit and leave the landlord in a position to obtain d udgnent for additional -tnt Ins damages at the end of the next succeeding ent pavnbent period or the end of the lease term. ThE REQUIREMENT is fair to the landlord in that it enables him to protect his property and, under many circumstances, to iiitgate his rent loss damages. It is fair to the tenant in that the landlord wilt usually cooperate in efforts to recent since he is interested in rental income, not the right to a lawsuit. If these etThns are successful the tenants liabilities for rent loss damages would be reduced if not eliminated. It must be pointed out, however, that the 'even day notice requirement does not substitute tbr the number of days of advance notice required under Section 83.57 to terniinate wIthout lIabIlIty ol periodic tenancy. that is, one not covered by a written lease specifying a term of successive week,, months or quarters. If at rent is paid in advance by the week, the week to week tenancy may be terminated by either party by the giving of notice not Jess than seven days before the end of any weekly period; if by the month, not less than IS days before the end of any monthly ,etiod if by the quarter, not less than 30 days before the end of any quarterly period: If the by the year. not less than 60 days before the end of any annual period. It should also be pointed out that the statute does not require a tenant to give the landlord advance notice of the tenanCs intent to terminate occupancy a few days or more before the termination date of a lease, with the terms of which the tenant has fully coniplied. For example, the lease ends on 31 August; the rent is paid through that date. but the tenant plans to vacate on 20 August. All he has to do is n~ove out in proper order and return the keys to the landlord. For practical reasons, however, the tenant should give the landlord written notice by ordinary jitail or hand delivery as to the exact day he intends to vacate. WE HOPE this attempt to clarl~' the purpose and effect of the notice equiren~ents '.ill enable tenants to nicet their obligations and protect their rights more effectively. Any student who has a questIon relatIng to the landlord-tenant laws should feel fret to call us (392-2181) or drop by to discuss It. Carl B Opp Supervisor Off-Campus Section class in those ganles on campus. 5. A pool facility that is literally a joke as far as intercollegiate standards are concerned. 6. A second class Ibotball coaching staff, which is large in numbers and salaries, but low in quality. (Maybe one day Jimmy Dunn and Doug Dickev will discover that the object of havinA the ball on offense is to score and not just maintain favorable field position and gi'e the defense ic,!.) -. A baseball program w hich battles with mediocrity in a state ,'here baseball should be king. $. An intrani ural 1,rogranl so poorl' a*tiii hat thr ii earl; the entire IakeItiall scjsOiI ,ir~IiIIL.h% ,ILLiIitiC 1,0111 'I ai it'd 1w Il~Lh 0 Nt 0 II 'iiT~'L '1h ~hIetics Would t it be great to ~a:ch ~i home golf match for once? It is obvious that nearly every athletic program has some son of deficiency that keeps it from being first rate. It is my hope that this letter will spark some action and make this university the first class place it could be. instead of the second class place It is. John Bell 3ED Dout Dial En,.r'Onvn*flt Edi$r Ron C~nrnghon, AMOCIO'* td,.o, C.ecg*h(cc'ion*c .-~o'o Ed,,or G.r.g g0r.r 5QorsEd.tC' flrdi kwrnor Ait' Newt Uk' The ind.pnd.n* florid. AIlig0or. Thumd~. P.b.uery Ii. 1975. P.g.~ Is one freshman enough? a' ~DlTOR~ his iclieris itt tspoil;C to the article in hr I-tin u.n' 10th A hligjioi CohicerTi itig the .l~pomnznient of Dwight Hill. IUC. finance and banking major. I have nothing personal against D'.ight. hut what in the torld ~a. Don [obeck thinking cii SA hen he ~ppotnted this Utiivenitv College student to Investigate the profits of the Campus Shop and Bookstore. It would appear that such an undertaking '.ould require jiore than one freshman, Surely the Student Government could find a he~trr nean, of in'C'tL ~aiIn~~ tin hook;torcs profits. or ~. as I his their in tent ~ It smel Is like the typical ~ hue-wash ob The records shocid be reviewed by an in;estigatfng committee and ~'pened to the publics cvi.'. as stated 1w the Sunshine Law We ted there, something fishy going on ~uth the campus Looksiores profits and would like to see that sonic truth conies out of this investigation for the students' sake. George Lawrence 4AS Hairy Williams 2UC ADVICE & DISSENT If a tree fa EDITOR. I find creasingly difficult to SWJ the attitudes of people Mr. Jones (Letter to Edito,~ Feb. 10) who see suggest that the media st confine its coverage to "p news. Perhaps it is easici more comforting simply to recognize what as pen ing. One hearkens back t4 old adage which asks if falls in a forest and noW there to hear it -do really fall? I contend ti does whether or not noticed, and Its fall inevitably. cause r4 cushions. Better for us al we are aware of the demise that we might I prepare ourselves for ha, to (olkiw. The simple inallow like the m to .ould ood" r and not hap, the tree dy is alt tat it it Is is that we all cannot personally scrutinize entire court proceedings: neither can each of us individually observe what goes on in every other sort of governmental or political process. Does this mean that we have no right to know? Perhaps Mr. Jones would advocate total ignorance, for. after all, ignorance is bliss. A person without the capability to analyze and evaluate what he reads probably is better off in the dark, this much is true. fliUSt. I also find it impOssible to. ~ in any way. justitV cheating I that based an whether or flat S ttflS student felt an exam to be letter 'lair'. What is 'fair'? Does "hat this mean that the student must be able to pass it easily. truth t ith little preparation? When 'ou leave the definition cii' that "ord to each student's tonscierice, I think 'oulI find its nt erpret at Ion varies greatly in direct proportion to the variances of Individual consciences. Ri, is exactly the kind of arionale that has gotten tills t.ou nI' I it) its current i,,oral 'I otlise tlict c are ~,,hler,' '~ thin the rid, I hroui~h ~;hat other -ii .8 'Ti Jircs educational system and, for that matter, most other systems. I can never condone. though, the attempt to combat these problems with unethical methods 8 methods which are, at best, a flimsy excuse for getting oneself through school whatever the nicans. Many of us have managed to graduate from "the systems' without resorting to such dubious solutions. I ThINK the problem is precisely whether or not the Alligator (or any other arm of the media) can get down to the truth of the matter. It is the first painful step in cx. ~uing something that Is rotten in the attitudes of those who lie and cheat in order to get ahead, and those who tend to cast a blind er on such activities, or who coadouc them based on the rationale that they are due to "post' Watergate morality" or any other convenient catch-all societal blight. It may be expedient, and certainly much easier for those who ~sould rather not be bothered, l~ut ultimately we arc each responsible for our wi actions. and it is time that "e take that responsil'i~jtv seriously. if that is at all possible for some. Deborith Bttcci Uhi The Independent Florida Alligator

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P.9.10. TheInd.p.nd.,*Rovidc AIIgar, Thund.y. F.bn.ory 13. 1975 pbs. hj, d~Ip hi,. WA IAGIN .cmwn.dMlgsBladclh.duitUnlon Beauty queen plans get people together By LINDA WISNIEWSKI AWcalw Staff Wdt I leel excited. enggerated. flabbergasted. but gooood! exclaimed Lila Ragin upon being crowned UPs Miss Bl.ck Student Union Tuesday night. As the new Miss Black Student Union. Ragin said she plans to 'gel my people together and get then, on the right track on the University of Florida campus.~ DURING ONE PART of the beauty pageant. which is one of many activities planned during Black History Week, each of the five contestants was asked a different question. They did not know the questions in advance, but had to answer in front of the audience and judges. Ragin had to complete the sentence 1 am black and with more than one word. ftc new Miss Black Student Union declared. I an, black, and I an' proud. I an, intelligent. I an, bold, and I an' somebody. RAGIN. WHO IS FROM Miami. list, as her hobbies dancing, reading and meeting weple Voters register A 'oler registration dine. sponsored by the LW Circle K (liii, in cooperation "ith the Su Iwr~lor ol Elections ol Alachua County. II be held on the PIoa ol the Americas Feb. to I The I 9-year-old sophomore said she plans to major in public relations. Itagin was chosen from a field of five contestants. fle others were Susan Wright, tint runner-up: Gennctte Johnson. second runner-up: Renetta Saunders. third runnerup: and Bonnie Wilson. fourth runner-up. EACH OF THE contestants won gift certificates donated by various Gainesville merchants because "evens girl is a winner.*~ said Amanda Huliard. pageant organizer and former Miss Black Student Union. ~We want the pageant to give black women on campus a chance to identi~, with someone who represents the total black woman.' Hilliard said. The live contestants were chosen from 30 applicants who had to answer in 30 words or 'tiore the question. Why do you want to be Miss Black Student UnionW Hilliard said. All live contestants conipeted in evening gown. sportswear. and talent conipetitions log Ru gins selection it, the talent come petition. %hc pcrforned an interpretive dance 10 the ~onp~s For the Love of Money and Young. Gilled, and Black~* next week 1$. 19 and 20. Circle K ~ ~xii~orin~ the drive as part of Circle K week. iiiarking the 11th annivcrs~ry at Circle K at lW. WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY. SATURDAY. SUNDAY 500 750 $1. 2205 NW OthSt. OFFOFFOFF* 12-pica buckets Si 15phcatuickets cm2lpbeshmd 378-7411 I U Buy Quality uto Parts -Low Price ~OW OPEN 7041si WEEK! "Beat Inflation .Weekdays 3-8 Do It 'hourNeir' Sunday 9.3 Foreign & Domestic Parts 4404MW l3thSt Ph.277-4477 I

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1%. Ind.p.4dsfi ReM. MIpr. Thsu.dq. F.&.v.y II. 1971 Peg. II If you went diving in a Florida cave would you he able to find a way out? '1)14MG CAN 33 SAFE." Allen said, "ifs foolishness that hugh people wtderwatey." "I If the reason that people went tothis place (Blue Sink because they knew they couldn't get in to a state park lIt proper equipment." Allen said. Desalh said the atiractioc to florida caves and springs is her place in the world. m*ANPORD (VIA.) KEEPS the motels filial all the time with divers coming don to dive in the caves," Desautels said. The dangers of fresh water diving an not decreased by the absence of caves, Collins said. "Under IU fret, the increased M'~~1 pressure of nitrogen in the bloodstream has strange effects," Collins stid. This INCREASE PRODUCE a condition called nitrogen narcosis, or as Jaques Cousteau described it, "rapture of the deep". This condition can cause a diver to do strange things. Collins said. Under the intoxIcating influence of this blood condition, a diver might even believe he no longer needs his air tanks and discard them. Or he may simply panic. Collins said. NOVICE DIVERS WHO VENTURE into deep water flay also be stricken with the "bends" or the formation of nitrogen bubbles hi the bloodstream. Collins said. Oxygen consumption increase proportionally with the 'ocrase in pressure on she diver's body, Collins said. As a result, a diver may run out of air unexpectedly and be forced to rise quickly without taking time to acclimate his body to the change in pressure. COLLINS COMPARED ThE EWECT of rising too hat with opening a coke bottle. "There's -bubble in the bottle when the caps on. The pressure is about three atmospheres." But when the prmue Is released on the body, nitrogen bubbles form and cat injure or kill the dive when they "block something, an artery or a nerve ending.' "Basic people shouldn't go down there.' Collins said. "There's nothing down there." DR. LI. WAOWW of the UP Physical Education Department calls scuba diving in any b's. "the moat dangerous activity on the face of th. euuth." Waglow said that while proponents of the sport cite figmes ~odicatlng therelathety low numberof deaths compared to the number of certified divas, they ignore the amount of time spent in the water as a factor. Minute for minute, Waglow said, the death rate for scuba divers might be as high as the mortality rate for people suffering from heart disease. THE DANGERS OF DIVING "don't have any respect for anybody, even the well experienced." Waglow said. In spite of' his views. Waglow does not support legislated restrictions on spring and cave diving. 'People are going to do this whether you legislate against it or preach against it like I do." Waglow said. THERE ARE NO DELLS pre-filed in the florida legislature to restrict fresh water scuba diving at this time. State law does require divers to carry a pressure gauge. ight.knife. depth gauge, and watch when diving in state parks In add Ides, a number of dive shops will not fill air tanks for nonnewtifled divers. 111331 ABE SAFE WAYS TO DIVE, according to Desautuls. and essential to safe diving ii proper equipment and ttalulwg. In mat of the cases when Desatels wucalled to recover the body of a droinial diver, a ,nlde line was not used. A diver can rim out of air and be without light in a cave, according to Desautels, and still have a good chance of comingout alive lUte ha a guide line to lead him back to the entrance of the cave. DESAUTELS ALSO RECOMMENDS the use of a primary light of at least 30 watts in addition to a safely light when cave diving. "Experienced cave divers don't usually drown." Desautels said. Desautels recommends SO regular dives be completed along with a special count in cave diving, before cave explorations are attempted. DESAUTELS SAIl) STATE IMPOSED regulations are not the solution to diving deaths. Under existing state restrictions for diving in state parks. 'If you wanted to float down the ltchnetucknee with a scuba tank, you would have to carry a pressure gauge and a buoyancy compensation device. That's the kind of craziness you get when you try to legislate restrictions." "The main thing is to educate not legislate." Desautels said. 'In the first eight months of 1974, 22 people died In fresh water diving in Florida and another 11 died in ocean diving, out of an estimated 100,000 divers who use Florida waters for thefr sport. *Sb.#.fl~ ** .* ** (* -. * **~ I

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'.wlt lb. ted.,.d.ntR.M. MiI.~r. Thundoy. F.bnnry Ii 1975 Smokers I By PAfl'I ROTH AIIlwh Staff Writ., With 150 and the desire to stop smoking you can take the non-credit "How to Stop Smoking Course sponsored by the Dtvtsion of Continuing Education and the College of Health Related Professions. ftc six-day count will be offered at UP for the third and tout-tb times Feb. 10.17 and Feb. 24-March 3. rhe classes sit limited to 20 participants. SOD SCHARICEY, A PARTICIPANT of the last program, described himself as S walking turned' until he qwt smoking. He had been smoking up to three packs a day for 22 years. Scharkey. publisher of the Hi~l, Springs Herald. tried to quit several trivia before raking the course but always began smoking again within a week. Irs been about three weeks since Scharkey conipleted the course, and he saidhe's convinced he will never smoke again. "TED IREISS IS A DYNAMITE in'tnictor, said Scharkey. Hen and the reinforcement from others in the class were primarily responsible for his success. Scharkey said. Success rates of the per cent and 95 per S Scott. coordinator previous courses were cent, said Dr. Beritice for the Division of Soldiers can B, JEREMIAH TURNER Alligator Staff Writer ReL rut, in I lit-A tm' ~.Il no~ he able to ~iriipletc tip it, '40 'car' ot college credit Career weekend set at law center ictruitnient seTiinjr ,.tll be held I hursdai. I-tb 3 through Saturda~. Feb. IS it the Spessard Holland LaCenter to increst student in business or legal careers Bet~.een 23-34) student participants ha'e )ten muted Iron, southeastern colleges and be jticndrw (he seminar, I here ~'il~ he a dinner at ~ pn~. on Sagurda~. the last da, of the seminarii, the \rredondo Roor~i ol the I. Wasne Reiti [won Charge for the dinner is &n~ %IIJdetlts ,.ho 'ant to attend the banquet or need further inibrmauon about the 'enitnar should contact Dean Thomas Moore at tee College of Last. he seminar is sponsored b) the Black En Students Association. the Colleges of Last and Bu~.ness Adnisnistralson. the La. Student Di, ision of the American Bar Association and the l.a Students Civil Rights Research Council. earn to quit Continuing Education THE COURSE USES NO DRUGS or hypnosis, sad instructor Rosa. The method used is positive thinking, he said. I change thinking patterns.' said Rein. Smoking Is a netatiw habit. he explained. I he coone attempts to replace the negative habit ~ilh positive pauerns of thought and behavior, he said REISS. WHO DEVELOPED the program with his wife. an occupational therapist. said he helps to stimulate motivation. In his own words. Reiss is the boy scout helping the lady across the street" flit participants must do a lot on their own as following eating requirnncnts and tcts~on exercises, he said. REISS, LEVY COUNTY special education coordinator for Cbiefland Elementary School. said his stop smoking program is unique because ideas have been taken from a variety of fields including psychology. business, and special education. He has studied success. packaged it program. and applied it to smoking. Reiss. in a said Its important for students to realize the dangets of smoking. said Rea Most college students, at a physical prime, lack motivation to stop, he said. Applications for the course are available in nnrti W7 of the Sagle Building. get credit during their three-year enlistment, thanks to a ne'. Arm~ program. fhc program. Arm~ Help for Education dnd De'elopmen IAHEAD) is designed to cnablc a lull-time enlisted ~oIdier '.lo has sonipieced his lirsi si, months of training to take college credit course ahich ~ilI be paid or h~ the Arm,. in a whool near his base THESE CREDITS will then iranskr back to the enhistees home college and count o,.ards a degree At the end of a three-,ear enlistment, the veterann can ~o back o he home college and use the accumulated credits to count to,.ard a ~te~rec lie tan earn his degree under the C I 8.11. entitling hint to up to 45 months of benefits. or approxiniaeI~ 18W). THE NEW PROGRAM 'as prompted b~ recent Defense Department figures ,hich %ho,. for the first halt of fiscal year ?975. b6 per cent ol the enlistees br all armed services "crc high school graduates. Arms Chif of Staff Ccii. Fred C. Wayand ~asd the program n aimed at 'the young man or ,.onlan 'ho is highly motivated and college-oriented. Sin. Barnes of the Gainesville recruiting agene' said that CF and Santa Fe Cornitiunit' College have not yet joined the lrmlranl. as &X~ other colleges and univershies have, but he expects they sill in rite hit tire. bcQn~ri 0~H tu~ ~ndj pQnqed Lieo~t~ > iQQ br~ ~~cQc qof Jib LtItic.tc i~ ~,~iin lt~; SOC fC0~ Qi4c~ hniciituiq die ~oic~ ttVdh tt~ eQogg~tcd 04 ~m '&paAc ~oP~ SUNDAY AT HILLEL JEWISH CENTER BRUNCH 11:00A.M. CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW-ADVANCED 7:00 P.M. BEGINNERS 8:00 P.M ISRAELI DANCING-8:OO P.M. THIS SUNDAY 1:00 P.M. LEARN TO BAKE DONUTS C Ft U h I ~33 P.M F D El E U .1 Dv 8th ING SE St. NO COVER ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY-CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW BEGINNERS 7 P.M. flS*iS r~J. S. S. L LPL~ **~~* ~* ~* -** *~**~-**~**~* -. ~-~Th*. -.,*. -~,. I

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______ 44~ By Robin Williams When we cehbrat. St Valentines Cay tomawgw, friends and loves will be cou*lbutIn to a tradition -old as Hew come the Lupercolia, a pagan Roman fees held to auure the fei'tIIity of animals, field,, and people. In midFebuary the young Roman men put the nc-es of young girl. into a box and each drew a name. The girl a man chose would be his paflner during the festival. The second event came about Feb. 14 271 when tie Roman authorities beheaded St. Valentine for Insulting Pan, Juno and Venus (the gods of the Lupenalla). L A elqik almond tree grew and blossomed on his grave a short time otter the burial. Down through time, the two oc~ curances become confused in people. minds. Possibly the early Church encouraged thIs not liking ftc see wild cavortings of fertility In the Roman streets. The English come up with some interesting variations on he loving theme. One of th. first was that birds choose theIr motes on St. Valentines Day. This was soon changed to say that young women chose their mole on VoleMines Coy. In $tie 14001, it was assumed an urer'gcigad girl would marry the first bachelor she met on the fateful morning. If there was someone she did not ~ flS!2.ht Was avoided. If no suitable bachelor hod shown up by noon. there was a fool-prod chamni for finding your lover 'On Valentine. Day take two bay leant sprinkle thorn with rose water and place thorn on your pillow In the evening. When you go to bed -on a clean nightgown turned inside out, and whisper. Good Valentine. be kind to me, in dream. let me my true love see. The first record of a written valentine is In 1477 and Is addressed 'Unto my right wehhe4ovyd Veluntyne, John Fasten, Squyer'. In some parts of bgiand, no work was don. on St. Valentine.' Cay until the postman camel By the 1660's It was the custom foe a young lady to announce her choic, of favored salter in the morning -in the expectation of receiving a gilt f mm him In the evening. The Victorian em went in for in.itimental and lavishly eztmvegens valentine. A common subject w despaIring and melancholy gentlemen and ladle. languishing away from love. Silhouettes, often surrounded by a gilt Imme, were frequently sent as valentine. Many, like the one of Millie Slake, hove a story behInd them. At the stan of the nineteenth century, Millie's sea captain husband went away on a voyage from w*ildt he never retumet Before having, he Sad his wife to leave e condle burning In their window to guIde him home. (see page 2) I

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Peg. 2 Love (from pope ) Millie burned o candle for him every night until she died and her descendent, did so for generations until it. family died out Ester Howland of Mossachusttt never mailed but she turned love Into a $100,000 a year business, fat herself. Esther and her friends mode th. fiat mom produced valentines in the 1850. Checks on the Bank of Love wore a tOYS1'. comic valentine In the IOOOs and so were othen more calculated to hit a tender spot. In the 1920s, a magazine writer complained Ike custom of valentines declaring love and esteem had bee., replaced by down-to-earth postcards with audi messages oil go for you Toot. How about It?" But a check of today survived, with more of Messages vary f mm casual Valentine. my ii the timeless Today, ~ you. stores reveals sentiment has o tendency to shnplklty. he sentimental poem, to Ike sing -mimes your thing' to ~morrow. forever -i Which is the best ;y for you In,. ha,., vn,' *15 to tell the one you -.--r I How much do you know about diamonds? K youre like meet young couple In ion, you bce very little. thata why you should place your confIdence In a tinted name like AnCarved. Each AnCarved diamond Is selected by an n~rt moI@11 torts wipeS cut, daftly -car. When It meets Arlarveds demanding Standards. its placed In a setting that enhance, It. beauty even mote. Come In today lose our eight distinct ArtCarved collectlouls.IksCrvd S WE THU GAINIIVIUI MAIL LOVE Advertising Section t A, earn uAst if Wv, 403* UNWE Mo mr /129 w U*rnny AVe~jvuc.

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n~p~; o~e puk. OAe hAze >Aooj 34ahp0A i~ a h'd w~ Qove you. N. II rt-In-Plowers ItO N. W. SIN AVENUE MON-SAT 1069 373-4875 4 1 ':rIfr ~a\ LOVE Advertising &hnto ~Lover Roses are red Violets are blue If you don't nail Cupid Cupid nails you The concept of Eros love was creoted when who world was formed and the early Greek gods had their problems The personification of love (Eros or Cupid) I, sold to be the son of Aphrodite. goddess of love. He I. 'eon either gsa chubby little boy or a handsome man with the power to caume people to eve or hate. Apollo made the mistake of telling Cupid to leave archery to the big boys. Cupid retaliated by shooting his gold topped arrow into Apollo's heart and causing him so fall in love with a nymph named Daphne. Unfortunately for Apollo's passion idiot a lead tipped arrow at Daphne tat mode her hate St. sight of th. god. So as Apollo chased Dapim. around around, Cupid went hack to his archery. But CupId fell In love with himself and wins a place in our gailefy of love. His mother, Aphrodite, became jealous of a mortal (Psyche) whom people were calling 'another Ap. phrodite'. She ordered Cupid to make he girt fall In love with the ugliest poorest modal possible. Cupid sow Psyche, fell deeply in love and carded her off to a palace. She never saw hint (he cam. at night) but they were very happy until her sisters persuaded her he wasomonserfattenlng her up for St. kill. She spied oui Cupid one night as ho slept beside her but he woke up and left her. Psyche killed her jealous sisters (on elf eclive way of sopping people who destroy your marriage) and wandered the world searching for her husband. Eventually they reunited since Cupid found he was misembie without hot In 12th Centu'y Prone. Abelard and Helaim bit Cupid's dart and lived one of St. most tragic. beautiful love wode. In hismy. Abelard, a pieS and scholar, became the hater to Heloise, th, niece of a Conan Pulbefl. Section 1 K J They fell deeply In love and were married. although Heloise was willing to live without montage if a marriage would hurt Abeard wit the chwrh. Soon they had a son. When her uncle discovered St9 marriage and child, he sent men to Ahelard's home end hod him cosrated. Ahelord retired to a mqnastary and Helolse to a nunnery but their love remained constant She wrote him tacit afterwards that his love had made her the happiest of women. raised her above all warns. The English Civil Word the 1646 caused Iwo lovers to postpone their wedding plant William Teni$e. an author and sateimon, fell in lov~ with Camty O6ome~. He began to admire her when 'he took h. blame ~or an add deanMilon herbraiharwsmlthd. secure In her trust hwy would not lmp0son a flMa She was Immediately .4 free and hei k~thee probably weld to keep on eye. her. B~t the Temple. were for Nrliament and the Osbomes for the King. William arid hisflcethy wore separated by theIr famIlies for, seven yeas Then Dorothy concocted 'Imalipox and was left badly pltIsd. Mter this, seeing the two woeS still in lm 4. families relented and.4he couple hod 37 yeast of a happy maMoge. nttQheflImwftlngInIheearI~ hid, rescued he potee Hi~gbeA lanes frcmafyrannical father and thelibof mInvclId.Mebokheru~thtcWSywhe.e her health ye~ovsred euicaub Ate lull, happy montage (Includhg Ste bl~h. bEe son.) Browning broke -fraught Uhimbedis inSulin at hoeS ad hie frequefl BalM yEsEs aid psems -we her heat She Us -her love Me him in fl.k of poems mlled 'iuwwwflmm the PodugeAoe'% whidi she deed Ida. only altar the mafliagb. rae page 4) For Someone Spodal on Valentine's Day 4 'A Unique Plant Bouttpe" Na32Z 607 W UnKsersity Avenue HANGING BASKETS TEARARIUMSFLOOR PLANTS -POTTERY t. flna,, lfl.flfl 7~l1I1 LAna Qet I ,g upcii tu.uu, .UU IVIUIrQOL. Sunday 1:00-5:00 .a78-2a97 L 'I wc~ Huripi Toil bevo will 9a.m. 69 to tel tin flu love km b*4 valuSh.' PlasSlud. : : / ur L t

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Lovers (from page 3) When th. Puritans came to America. so did she eternal triangle -John Alden, Priscilla Mulling and Miles Standish. Standish fell for the fair Priscilla but was too bashful to ask her to many him. So he sent John Alden to propose In his place. Priscilla listened to Alden's words for his friend and caked Why don't you speak for yourself, John?' She and John were married a short tme later. America's founding fathers hod their own share of romance. Thomas Jefferson's lady love was a pretty widow who had many suitors. One day two of the other suitors challenged him to test the lady's feelings. He was to enter the house, propose and if she accepted ploy a tune on his fiddle. If unsticcesiful, the others were to hove a chance. Jefferson began playing his fiddle five minutes after entering the house. The jig's up' one of the suitors said. and hey left. George Washington formed a deep attachment to Sally Fairfax, who was 376-7181 LOVE Advertising married to his best friend. He lot., recovered and had a successful marriag, with Martha Custis. The heart of former Chief Justice John Marshall was captivated by a 14.y.arold charmer who told her sister she would~ set her cap' for him. They were married as soon as list parents sold a~,e was old enough. Of oil this century. love stories, few ore as romantic osthot of the Duke and Dutchess of Windsor. He waste Prince of Woln expected to be King of England, when fell in love with the American Wollis Worfield. She was divorced and a commoner so Edward faced steep family opposition. Her informality, sense of humor and obvious concern for him were something Edward hod never cxs I perienced before. When he knew Wollis returned his love, the then king gave up the throne of England. The Duchen now soy. of their early relationship 'I listened and I sympathized and I understood: and I guess he needed that' Then lines the Duke wrote her could easily have been a valentine: My friend, with hoe to live alone Methinks were better than to own A crown, a scepter and a throne. ay what you're feeling ith a Floral Valentine from 'V9 7toa.ets~ N ste tIa.na.s. I .a 7 r .uU5 a 1510 NW. 13th St. Ask your lover to be your heidi ~ With aGator Omifled! -I____________________ 2* Section DOMINO'S ANNUAL S In. ------S r t 'I 32m yr

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k*A(Y !~' Vfl'fl.~., I Restaurant Stukihatchee, Ha. *~9 a Lounge ~sh SeeI~ -~ napper v.,~ A, <~ ~aIIaps Crab Claws ullel Shrimp 'out Rock Shrimp In Unxeplotpd Are is one Crab Claws i~3~ Parties Ever ythkig Prepared 495-3561 Fresh For You X Renabafice Pujniiq, Inc. FAST OFFSET PR/V TING 200 copies tar city $3.96 ~t 1909 copieS for $9.95. I~II1% VI ~OW P 1632 Vi. Uluvefitty Awe. in S SeS'"" Fi 312-10 Th.Ind.p.nd.n.fl.dd.MlIgarThundayP.&nc.y It 1975 P.,. 17 Women in ROTC allowed camp .4 Rape Awareness Day ..,*.~***.*.*.**** *, .*. *.*.~*. You're at work. Papers piled high on your desk. And you: Stomach Is saying "Grumble Grumble Grumble." SO YOU think to Yourself, "How can I have a delicious lunch in a hurry, and never leave the office"? The Shelley's man comes through again, call him at 377-9555 and successful, A4oro says An enormous amont ol rape information was given out Wednesday ilternoon making UF's first Rape Awareness Day a big success, according to Janis Maya. coordinator of the (lays LWCfltS. 1 he information was busy all day even while it was raining heavily in the afternoon. Mara said. "I was amazed that so tiany people showed up. According to Mara~ most people ~.ere interested in getting involved in the Rape Counseling and Information Service. answering telephones. Only women are allowed to answer the phones because its hard to penetrate the barrier between the sexes after someone has been through a rape, Mara said. This may change soon though. lye heard that there was a male ape in Gainesville recently, Mars added. Rape Awareness Day was sponsored by the Rape Information and Counseling Service in cooperation with the National Organization for Women. Concert raises funds SHELLEY'S DELIVERS RIGHT for Corner Drug Store I night at the Longbranch Saloon lour acoustic musicians ~ll provide the entertainment in a benefit concert for the Corner Drug Store. Fhe.Jgg~ pusicianh are Frank Wbitcncck. Suzy Chorp. Dean Squires and Bill Snyd~. g. Ihe charge is SI at the door. Ernenaismnt fr from 9:30 po' to 130 am. A!! proceeds go to the Corner Drug Store. e ,,, *. 'A 4t~ By JEREMIAH TURNER ADAptor Staff Write 8eginnin~ this sunimer. women will be able for the first lime to go ,~tth "'en to the Army ROTCs summer canp prograni Woiien I.ere accepted into UFs ROTC program two years ago. making UF one of only 10 universities in the country to do 'o. THIS SUMMER WILL BE the first year a girl will be eligible for the six~week camp program at Ft. Bras. NC. Li. Col John C. Carlin said. Abe program, closed to women until now because junior standing ~.as required. is a culmination of the three years spent in ROTC. Carlin said. [he women will have to go through everything the men do except for slight modifications in the physical fitness program' and an optional training in weapons. he said. BARRACKS IN THE CAMP have been revised to acconimodate the women, and WAC officers receittly took a test run through the camp to determine the feasibility of the course br women. At the can,~,, participants will be put through extensive physical fitness training, actual field experience and will take turns leadinN their own platoon. The reaction of girls in the ROTC program to the availability of the new camp experience was one of enthusiasn,. SUZANNE WATKINS, the only girl in UF ROTC eligible to attend the camp this summer. said she is looking forward to the experience. She said she felt the campus ROTC program could be adapted more to a woman s career in the service and hoped the camp would offer her practical training for the future. Darlene Fuller. a freshman in the ROTC program, said she is looking forward to going to camp in two years. "I FEEL THAT I'LL learn a lot from the camp, and if the guys have to go, I don't see any refon why the girls shouldn't have to also,'' she said. [he number of women in ROTC has jumped from three last year to 23 this till, and Carlin said he expects a good turnout in the future. Ibis ~umnier 170 cadets from the first region. encompassing all of the eastern coastal states, will be attending the camp, including 10 trom the state of Florida Next ~ear more UF girls are expected to he attending the came' rogt am. a' they will become eligible as luniors. 4' 1

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K C. WEt[ CQAfl 16' AiritnI w t~ Hp Me, cruise, Still under warranty less hon 25 bins running Mull ~eC CoIl i76-3365 (0lt~ 7501 Bufini Nine drower antique green lormico 175 conrad guitor with case $35 panasonic cassette recorder $6373.61 IS 3425 SW 2nd Ave 1204 a Si fl.p) 969 Portioc Tempest Cuuiom S 2 door hardtop, air automatic power steering indo. overhead ram 618 prrg $715 Coil 3137704 [A 3t fl~) 21 holiday trot I., with cobono ully fuinished inony dims $2in 0' best offer lot 7 jlynwood pork call 376-821? AS' 79P~ Vorinhil 2~ electric start, ,tr.t model new bott.y grant for around town. moM, off., P4,one 377 731, o.k for john n-3t SOp) FOR SALE renal, own rem central h-ac 8750 iu1.e 2120 0 UfliW 2-bd dupi Ut,1, ~4) ave No pets ok den 'ye d) St SO' FOR RENT FOR SALE 60 trailer central or kosher dr~.r dishwasher Fenced yord shed fur n.hed 2 bdrn, 373 9153 376-8504 lo It ~ 972 dodge challenger air condition power steering runrrrg good good rvleoqa 340 engine call 372-8249 ~tud.nt asking $22~ 0.51 SOp) Old theatre potter, from Qiect clonic mov,.s huv.drr. to choose Iron, coil S.amnco rocket $20, electric 1e adding machi,,9 $20 Mediterronaon mid. toble $15, waffle rot, 15 3783153 o*3t-~-p~ ~in size waterbed with liner loom podding oM From. $40 motor cycle helmet fo, to1. brand new never worn $2500 a-MSp) p8-5437 73 S~,oiu.r custom sect pipe. tar -rT1~ much chrome prima condition 378764M evenings $2I~ will talk In St 78-p) skunk deserted mol, with shots and pof~.rt cage and extra. 328 SW 34th St opt 53 MO for .veyflng (o.5t-fl.p~ IS~ Fish Siui boot wil$~ eshp Mercury and trailer ohm Excellent condition 1990 Co11 morning or evening 373-5969 (a-Si78-p) smith-corona electra 120 electric 'yp.rwrlte. SI IS 377408 oft. 6 pm POE lENT WANT TO ~I? If you del. to move Iron. yew permit oc.tiCCwCOiSflt5.Jb4S ft.ftndyeu o roomineSs lmnedl+y S IC COST COIl todoyll Uehd kM ~s. Moc. 1w. 113 ~4A As flip Ib*4&t~ NAT 1)4 ICM#4G SOIAOEIII floe, ts the 6.ue --1.SMg hr aol t.,. hr ~,Iag -teN 0'. We ha. ninny lit 1.0 sad for Vit, -a smell fl I~ ft Is ~o. CM -P74W2 I be&eem I bl.~. fmm cin. IUS.w. fwnkhed call fl for Vain iminedlete occupancy. (S.4f-SP) Late aol In d.~&i. wIde for repeesIble f.ro4. NSa -Sd. n.uSta USdspc.ht.Mtert call S413& (b-S-fl'.) v-s ft sAme -bettoin #t ma~9, + oAsb*r.dSw, VI'. 41. S or cell after 6 Jfl-q5e ;&tr-79Jj mobile hon. S 123 hr 2 ~, mobile hoe,, do. to ca.w c.n*al wot coed 9k. inon* ret plus dsp. inh, coIl ~-fl3) 9-5 doIly (b-S-fl.) 40 LEASE 0 LAST MO4TI 2 b.~ee.n fLwni*.d units free, Slaps, month: include. wese, ewp, gwfrg. -. up~ pst-con*eI, and -we Prairie View Mobile Villag. ZI-MI I or VS. 3264 (b-fl49.o) Poem for rent All utilitie, included Maid service oil unitS of air tend Iurnsh.d o~ros. the street from McOonolds $~ 00 north 3Thfl52 Con (bIt-SOp) Own roam in 3 hi house Scutiful neighborhood oboot 3 mile Iron, UP Only 542 a month Cell Eric at 373-flAb otter 5 or 376-MU before Ib.2t-W-pI I hr unfurn op $I~ a month pets welcome 4126 iw 7th p1 375-4295 b-3tUnited Q.I Estate Mao' II3NE t&hAve 0w ?doys 377~2 (8-541-C) ailirm MJInun 2MW. UnIv. An. 377. =13 bumd -a Idmasm Joseph k~ Cr EllA FANIIYfCI DAY! -'.7-,'. ToEoR mow is AsK SM 7dB 9t'M $25 CE TONIGHT Co TES 9-1 OLDIE GOLDIE THURSDAY B FRIDAY THE SI'EPFORD WWE SiN AiM 7'. 9,48 NW 13th SlitS .~I n.J SOULEVARO I QUAD BY REQUEST WhEtS SM N MW fl 13 AUAULWJG MUSbOAt PILj LIZAMINNKLLI ~MICHAa YORK JOEL CDIV -.--? *j tt .~ .I '5 S ~ubk0q apt I', ,to,%~ b.drm both heot air carpets three blocks to CflrT~pU5 824 NW 3rd place No 3 come by ond see avoitobie nnw b Si 77 pft oorp In three bednom trailer in w.nd ineodow~ car, move p l,,si or riddle of arch $65 I 3 uq'Ites prele' jiudiOus and [tarot coIl 373 5978 U 3t ~-pl 2 Female Qoommotes wnried or POOl yde ~.ench Quo,'., Apt 5625 tuil tie. noch coil 373 91 5S (b ~p~p I Own bedroom in 3 BR opt 2 both AC NW ~.cIOr semi Furnished unique fl Tm jt'l Colt 376 9755 Ask Ia. Buddy at ~ p) $55 tAil ties poidExtro sharp. opt No cot. Lnge cI.on corns with heat ~nrt. drocs. and appliances (11275 Oper7doys 2 bdr on 2 ocas-Spoc.ous horn. tocoied walking distance to campus Air, hoot. ~r.nhou., fenced Pets O~lt ~2' 9) Open *rn-bn, 3fl-64fl Th&-$75 0., nearby lake. fantastic WnIC location No l.w. or d.osit Pa ollow.dIl 21 Id) Op.r'7dayt 3fl449Q SI IS-Clean, lovely horn, Country living the city A',. heat. carpets, drapes, l.n'.dya.d. Sud.nts welcomnlt (2112) Op.narn-apn. 3776992 $75-Modular ion,. walking & bIking distance to campus lorge k3&5 fully funI.Md Avail in March (21110) no ft tan -l 9I 4 the -no law. ~4a "The 3033 Uag WAS ua~sum tO NOW 936 mow-hIS SAIlS 4. 70 IbM ~ Ms UN bIt hIS 9~15 WEATHER REPORT Myd. IMn Way,,. Shine ch.d. Em. FRI. FED. 14,1915 lids, at E.bel D., Born CHIc. 2MW UnIt, As,. 3774013

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OR RENT moor" its wanted to iii.'. 3 ~iit ii V 'rigs Creek 588W a 'iiliiie~ roll she. ar B ST 8l~) ifl firrrshed opt nijoilobie to ,0irrinn~ tiV I ~O per vvioni+. 37833 $IP' ______________ r00i,1t'li~lC wanted Itowhlou, pit No '50 $68 50 pet month rn rirlIOlflir~q b&h rnmediote Coil U? 7369 after S ~ (Br hr furnished ofA 5)50 ma ilit'es poid pets ok available ely Feb r~ri free call 3734715 -P _______________________ ~0onnnnui* Wanted liowolici, 2~ 2bth0.CIWpOCl a rio util coil Y34?M Avo able Morn (S.574I-~) WANTED ~nted #.gency O.k, own a month pike I-S utililie wauied-liberd, Ow,' peon. d IRS ~s .3) + ~ utIllie. Cow. by-no '639 F Univ Ave C-ST-I) A DENS It. AATS-377-bWI SM VICE377-0722 lOAM6PM 7DAYSAW( Ml SW. AROI tO. WANTED G~D & SiiV~P Top p e rings o~d eweiry etc a' On'. 3?33894 r 50 53 wcnted orninb -H lentil, Aodent $80 behind am 373 1Q3 ir wanted oudrtior i nfl icr Coffee House Sunday 'njh Jewish Student C ei'ivr Marlin 302 8661 C SP HELP WANTED COLLEGE CAMPUS RE~PE S~ NI A F iVF Needed to sell eronj Name ~,ier-o Component, to Studeni, at lowest prr 14w Covnnis.ian NO iresrnneir required, &rioijs Inquiries ONIYi FAC C~O*NTS iNC 20 Passaic Am. Foirf,.ld, New Jets.y 07706 d.orrond 201.2274114 je li-SI py -neonetocwefoflyroldboymf 25 pen mini have own tonsportoluon 12 hr pigs ST per day or gas rofi 377 &lo5 after 6 pen CE-fl-SI -P) AUTOS ~1M 973 1X2 only I7~ mile, am In. S. Ga four door sedan silver grey Cdl WI-flu Zzjjo (Q-Sl-'7-nc) OUSTES.flot l973-cc ~,.pb-ot ro~IdSW-e best oser coIl 3fl-96~ led N.4~ T.,es* 4 dear 6 cyl auto, uS., pod lb., 92, miles very, y end~J. but honey 1225 3. 127354 (o--So) aimot wn, FLAG we buy and ~ae~ rfra IC n4 C An, ~g-fl-?3-p) PERSONAL S tindwd boy's bik, like new basket 1-al.?) flAt A24 Case.t$e Deck $65 Mike 178 CI' after S (J-flJI.PJ HOSE na -con help you find a home crt',ent. mobile honie or rocillosote ml,. easy woyi OW flI iS REFU~ABLE ~ot m. macall 4th Ave also apes. ~De~stil First of ol they woo PERSONAL r'qI',h by, he 'r' Inc. "ni, /16 ~t 50 ip, $ 4U ~r lUll r'niiirq liff ii '~~ed fry, l~, wi, h in 494' ii 241 P boy Fr Cr A/'iti yon O'I lk.~rsdiy ill nib (~pir torn, place or ii flub at N') 8283 ii ii 79 Pt ,UFtP Bit E', N~ ~cm 0 new serve iepcrt.ra'nt Alib h0 trait pijicrent peep n low a jar ippoinimenl call Don It? 11722 In' al p~ S paril nil I 371 6001 'in, ion I,' rrrnph Hundo Ynrnnho 34*1 SW Arche, ri The Snail Shop hot cores thor,, you ~ toni rnchin. mu price, I nh Ni I ~NC, N (Mr 4OPLE Thur 1 pm 0' NW Sib Ion 'New Dowot Guest poker on iuy, & rho frn~ Come by and meet 0*0, goy people I 2t ~ p1 Tern ~op.'sI Conodos largest Servic. For catalogue .mid $2to twoy So.inc.s. 57 Spodino Avenue StijIe 2W, Toon;a. Ont Canada Also. com.u motives r.~uir.d Plea,. write 1-354.~V. p) Congrolulauon, Ia 'H. new Pi Set. Phi niluoles e1.c.olly to n.y ini. sutm Cindy W.th Pi Beta P4~i Love Lyndo (.1 Quohuty leotherwork r Over weors CU' a niwnys wears in At MoSan0u we ipec rot go in custom I.otle.work purSes, belts coats, ocket,, sandals travel bags It icon he nod, of i.oihm. we con make it a suit you MoSonDLx lii W Unumersily Ave open ~mn 6pm Monday thin Soiurdoy by Oppointir*flt Srjndoys & evenings 3731470 Ci Pnnchn s Bookpccks Pack. W troires, fonts, ~ ugby Shri., ~roi Shoes. Whit. Sino Speedo Bathing Suits Join Univ Hiking Club Al ieri A~uo4ic A trail enie. 3445 W Univ 373 9233 Ir 72Blessed and happy is he hot wus.rh a promote ike best inte.elts of 'ha md kindred' oi 'he ears, 80h0 i Wnilings (J IT 31 C) F 'V in ii ~ni plane glider his Solordoy or ii tow e~pO~.flfl(S whidi you'll ireotre orover For schodut ing CoIl 173 One Yin, 6pm The Florida Soorin~ A~,cr iaion Ii IT hocciote bor dido I e.peci you Ho ,o2,oren~erythrng Ii IT SIP) OH VALENTINE 0' LOVE ~ MINt IT Dc~S W SO MUCH O~0 TO THINK ~OU pEMEMet~ED Mi ON VALfNTiNES CM HE C~WAY YOU SHOULD ~OU ~O(iCH T ME A CUTE TILE PlANI ANO S IT NEFTO CAUSE YOU '>4 ii At FIAT Si'fClAL PLACE THE OIANT ~}lP(II''' "20 NW bit, ~ ii I SIt Pi ii,,,, a the henri' ~errt S IV ~l K PERSONAL 1 hoinrir y ~0( 'e'% it of ,i~v.lci,~ri '0 ~ n ,/i,0 ho I ~ hoi,,~ It ,ou I' hrwe I 01 ii el/ed I all ocn N2 A t'to.~. ~eh 16 'I 2T SI Pl LOST&FOUNC d)ST ~,h 'In ii, ink I 'urn a,, bot itoc 'fin wu~ endingg to he bnnd ni on, A/ill riFflkC !i worth your while Sid N4W 15th Terrace I ~T Si Io~t brown 1.0th., wall., initial. I workedd Loll Qoger 377-2943 t-2T-S lOST 914 rio. usnQ St August H,~h CS nitinhs, silvs,~ ~Ie*fl ltOfl* I Feb 9 Librory W ~eword $10 32-9~ LOST org. pmncr'ption gloss. ir'fc iene~ brownpioutrc frame R*WAW 3~2 1136 or 372.3 of,.' ii. 1-AT Found (or keys outside of Bortron H Coil 378 5657 i-St-lIp) lost .n Nornion area Nikkomoi 35 omaro in black leath. case ChrsAr him Inside PIoil. 392-0728 or 3729~ Reword (i-St-Th-p) I they re rterested in your business or Idn t be advertising ii The Alligator. Secondly, The independent Florida Alligator almost entirely by its odvertIslAg. is As lonq as our advertisers support us we can contnue to be a free distribution newsI~Cp0r on the University of FlorIda campus. Our advertisers will continue to support us as long as you continue to support then' So do" t buy what you don t need and don't pay more than you should pay BUT, all otber things being equal shop with Alligator advertisers. Patronize people who patroniZe US. The Ind.p.nd.n* florida AJIIgoor, Thursday, Nh.vcry II. IW5~ Pap 39 3C7710J.t During ntort FM3 JWTLIICE 27IEOL1D )~I lit 60+ TEA~ Tn Sr/ PjLL?97ER -~1 line Lost ~2I (Cl coil 41'II I, In no. 73 Found Mi., Odd Watch in vicinity of bit 14.11 Feb 5. 75 Call 3774906 (I-St. ~-p1 eve p remand I .*. pocksboo& lion, cutlass swrenn S arty's two nile call 372-3796 no quetians rewa~ tdt'V.) lost Girls wridwetch ~,w.n P~ V.gng ond Norman Nell whil, bend ovid bige ace Pleose coil S7S-19431I-2t.Wf) LOST mack & ton femoje determon no ios losi vicinity of cia div reword con, to name of migle coil sally 3766 anytime It SERVICES typing any vioteriol feet and S$kI.nI lSc-double spaced peg. SM WtCO ribbon soi.cft'c ~ee& srbcis -. Call 373-Wa (M-tOl-76-#) Bos.c Advanc.d Scuba Cloe. Sta't.ng Underwater Photography Classes Starting Soles service rental ol,. ripe torn Allen (Co-Host *1 WIld Kingdoa. V Aliens Aquatic S Trail Center 344 W Univ 373-9233 (rn-fr-fl-c) SCUBA YMCA GASSES Stan beginning oISpuingOuorteccall 376.7Il2togeo.' woitung is yMCA flOW hot its own pa.i ocol (M5t41-P) F you ore o Jewha~ *uy nierested in meeting Jewish girls. coil 3924517 aM ask for Vente M-1141 p1 EXPEftIPflD 'yPlSr Fast, dependable Rot. negotiabie lejusi ~Op*'5. 10t'Se5 etc Coil Phyllis 372.4767 keep iryingi tM3YSi P} Wi(O F~ SIGHT The Eyeglass Super Worm UNIVEPSITY OflICIANS 3~ SW 4th Ave re-4A~ IM 5053 C) ide~aorch Riper 'ssistoflcS directory Loin irni yant ,OL9tCt when we after a ','ern% .0 pioles.ior~ol esenrc Ii Send ~1 00 K nrrdde Bow 254 Onoho Nrtrnsl465101 i rn 580 p1 Whew Did Th. MOo? S=Fx.Gw A fwsdwwtul bn.kthro.igh --redyl it. Mt $t US Wt boOk useMe fl no*e Ifled Optt.' beset. ,4*IWW4 by MIt Pa heW. 744. lit. title e4S.b.S.flal.mte.ATASC Owh*.n.t bIn apyh.e Ut. nude" cyst. *vsek'.t Suet we here leerned Since TASC -founded in IS, our tell ef grnduete sag. nee ecer4~It. dais proceSivig soecualets -SlilIpOrt personnel h pevsr to nice. then 140 In addition to having euttiond ."euud techniced books end iluffiefOuS 'apart,. papers sod ml'clee. our stan meeter. hOW Psirts in b.c medical instrumwntston neteorokgal anang, control sy. Ian eedgn, sod inertial ne.ngatioo technology Our work ~ wolves enslytical ,.,e.rch misted to nathemeial rnodenq of phvs~cj prOcmee, optirr'J elsie ntwntien -apt4nad coo tel. adaptive eusitnatuon and control, muitisensor 55w syntheis, cyst., dentfica'ion. system, optgsiastion. system test and evekwtio,~ techrn~ues. advanced simulation tectini~ues and adwoced systems concept. *0 Ste S ste.d*y growing *iied research tire, *st enjoys proten.onsl expression by soivtng reel systems robinss in navigation. gijidance and control in defense, specs end public inter,', applications Pe.n.oos.r.nedabi. for innovative applications -oriented *feaiwe end Doclwa$j level engMee.s wt~o have working knowledge of modern estimation sod coarol **o lv TAX It oa.we.,Ies* boated U as 'soeV, at a. 0.,, bfl Include .ofit-Su.*.e, a 'sne."---~a b~a "ass. .,e peid 'easel. U.S. CiUnseNp~ Ca'wmhSsndsws. Feb. 1Z1975 S CS COd WSSCUO *~.* S .~X Mb. TASC EL. 4 hW a What can you do with ooly a bachelors dears? Now thers as way to bridge tha gap betwno an undergraduate education and a chall.ngmnt r.spooat. career The Lawyers AssIstant is able to do wod trad.tlooaIly done by I8~f 5 flne month. of intMssin training ca gin you the skills-the cwna are taught by lawysra You home one ot Itme six course ofiered-choOff the c ~ in which you want to work. nce IBTOTh. Institute for Paraisgal Training has placed more than 700 radusles in law urine. banks, and corporations in over 60 cities, II yats ar a sludant of high academic standing and are interested in a career as. Lawyers Assistant. we d lice to riust you Contact your placement ofl.ce icr an interview with our r~prSWflt8INB We will vsil YOU, Caffipul Oil PrnOAY. MMCM? The Institute for Paruegal Training 23S South 1*11, Street phii.4ei~,. prnsyIv*flI* '9503 (~t5~ 732-MOO Patronize People Who Patronize Us The Independent Florida Alligator. te I

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Ng. 20, 1%. Ind.p.nd.n* florid. AJIIg.~or Thurday. F.bru.ry iS, 1~7S Residents get discount in book, record store By LINDA HAASE Aillaafrr Staff Writer With the opening of the Co-op Book and Record Store today. (iMnevllle residents will have the opponunit~, to buy hook, at a 10 per cent discount and records for at least SI cheaper than most places. The Gainesville co-op. revamped from a wig hotique. is located at 1105 NW 5th Ave. and will run on the same non-profit principle as the one in Tallahassee, according to Toni Egan and Jerry Barnes. who set up the Gainesville store. EGAN, WHO HAS BEEN with the rallahassee store since it opened five years ago, introduced the idea to Barnes when he was visiting in Tallahassee. 'The co-op in Tallahassee was formed '.hen area bookstores would not bring in hooks students wanted. Egan said. Barnes said. 'A group of people from Gainnsville thought it would be a iwod idea if we started a to-op here where we could offer literature that is unavailable elsewhere and br a price people can afford. 'We are not going to carry textbooks. We are not competing, nor do we want to with the Hub or any other bookstore. Barnes said. The book selection at the Gainesville co-op includes political, women's, labor history and how-to literature. Paper,, magazines and periodicals that are hard to find elsewhere will also be offrned. RECORD PRICES WILL RANGE from 13.39-14.49. with classical records selling for about 11.25. according to Barnes. Special orders will b. taken for records and will be available about a week after they are ordered, unless they have to he imported. he said. Although the store is beginning with books and records from the Tallahassee store. Barnes expressed hope that we car pay them hack and be independent of them soon. The [allahassee store has the advantage hewN about dwee times larger and in a better location. Eventually, we would like to move to a place closer to campus where we would get walk-in traffic.' Barnes explained. ACCORDING TO WAN, who will retun, to Tallahassee in a few weeks, the only way the store can continue to offer low prces is through community support. "In the Tallahassee store, we have a few hundred people involved in some way, whether I be working in the store, building shelves, doing bookwork or painting when needed. We couldn't run the store any other way, Egan said. According to Barnes, who will be general manager when Egan returns to Tallahassee. the people who volunteer are able to get additional markdowns on stock THE STORE WILL ALSO BE giving away old n'againes and periodicals that they cannot sell Whenever we get enough accumulated, we tear off the labels and ship them back to the manufacturer, so they know we aren't selling them, which is against the law. We can't sell them, so we give them away." Egan explained. Literature and records will be the only goods sold at this point. Tapes are not currently being sold because "they an too much of a hassle and we want to concentrate on building up our stock of records and literature." Barnes said. *UUUUUEUUUUUUUCOtjPVN 00W UNIX Ft 27 uuuuuuuuuu.uu 3 U U I The Steak Place I 3 1542W UNIVESIlY acre. from t. grad library I FAMILY EUTAURANT I CIOCI CF Biggest Boked Potato' r~~WNcI4SN~ ----, 3 I 'lAS HotRooutB.fSandwgd, I I with Potato and Trimmings I U I L -----------4 3 U U 15 Different Steak Dinners From '95 to '429 *EEUUUUUUUEUUUUnUEUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU PHYSICS-METAPHYSICS INTERPHASE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1975 7:30 PM REITZ UNION BALLROOM SPEAKERS. THE CO-OP BOOK AND RECORD STORE records ore at loose $1 cheapse FALLOOr rc: with MONTREAL SOFTWARE Last 3 nights! OPEN 8 pm at~4-~ C L.k$OO he 'v 'tPwt&King n -A1 ALL YOUR FAVORITE ~1#E%~AND WINEt' -Ii t '; DR. ROLF ERICH HUMMELMATERIAL consistent energetic forms resulting from --plant and animal tissue extracts In dilute copper chloride solutions. Other examples of the formative forces of lift. DR. JAMES DARRELLPSYCHOLOGY Alternative approach to the understanding of human experience -an attempt to Integrate phenomenological and scientific methodology. DR. CAROL PARRISHfrom TEMPLE OF THE LIVING GOD. St. Petenbuig Fla. Metaphysics Presentedbi ARTS & SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCIL Need a friend to sham a rids -e .' fl.~ea., fl1.!ra. Go Psychic Awareness:

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The nd.p.nd.nt Flodda AJ11900,. Thurmd.y, F.bvv.ry 13. 1975, Pbg* 21 UFF statewide survey probes faculty opinion TONIGHT * * * LF.C. Winter Frolics * presents * * * * * THi SPINNES * :Tbumday, Feb. 13th 8:00 p.m. ** flI.~1 * norms uym * Tickets: $5.00 * * University Box Office * Rebel Discount *** RecordsviIlC ** B) A (JARY BALANOFF IliRalor Staff Writer I a it ettli ol lie 'ink Stile l9nii~cryt~ \''tcii ~iilllwes die icing stil~e~tI on theii )~~iIiiL)ii~ Oil t~titlhinv lr~,rn lit I jiial RighI~ \iietitliiieiia In tacult~ Ii inige l'cictit~ lie I iilctl Iacult~ it l-loiulas LTFF) BOBBIE IEMAN, tiFF CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR. siid iiter' in. arc hen~ lone 'titteen ti-Itanipaign tileflihets anl litult~ neiiilieis here arc Si) LIIIcamhLiLmCiS ~tlici lit tspoti~ible Ini talking to 5(1 %Vcre lust sItiting on it. I)r Hati ic St raus. ~olitital ictioti carn~~aign corn iii Nice chairv~,nan said .Its {~lcsigned to give the faculty a ~,tce. she said. P~iculty nienibers rank issues so 'e re 1101 just representing our own prejudices. 'he added. THE 13FF IS ENGAGED IN battle with several other faculty unions, all of whom arc sying to become the faculty collective bargaining agent for the state universities. Sonic of the issues which the faculty unions are lighting about are tenure procedure, Hiring benefits. common course numbering among all schools in the state system. and salary inCit*StS. Ranking of these issues are part of the surrey. THE RESPONSES ARE KEPT anonymous bait UFF campaipen are instructed to keep the name, department. building address, survey response, interest in UP!'. and comments on another sheet of up', bike issues traffic 31 Dy GRAHAM LORCO Alligator SIaN Writ. UPD is cracking down on illegal bicycle traffic. [he crackdown is a result of 'Operation Life. an effort of campus. city and county police to curb bicycle traffic accidetits. according to UPD Public Information Officer Jim Shuler. Operation Lift went into effect Feb. I, hut it had a slow start Ott campus. Ticketing under the l~roRram did not begin until Feb. ~ and did not pick up until this week. Shuler said. HE SAID 31 tickets for bicycle traffic violationss were issued last Tuesday night. paper ~ClhuI kit lion, (lit ,mIi~ dual %Uhes 'heev, Se~ en ~t ateiien I ~ Argi he basis br I he %LIi~ cv i-j cli si atcinciit asks the espoiidcn t to either ~irongl~ .i~' cc. agi cc.disagree. Ii stron~I~ dhagit'e, "ich the statenienl. 01 'tale limit' alilv, ilo opiltioti 0, napopriatenes~ ol the slaleilteiit In thc tsjmiidetit S I)oiIloil I lit se~ cli si :itrnieiit lie Son ic q ate le~ isl at ,i hold in ace LI rat itt it tid L. % P~ItL~IIIrCS In, ~ ilditig ~ahu,~ ii'leases, ;,ro,,,,~iiotis. .iti~l entire art' JXts%(hgc ti he ERA I qoa~ Rights Amendment is a legitiiiie subject laciili ~ pol it cal ictinit I lie atijoutit ol tiring henebis iii cluding retirement) received front U Iis satisfactory. The common course numbering systeni is desirable, Contracts arc sent to faculty and prolessional employes sufficiently in advance of the beginning ol the academic year: Faculty and professional employs should have the right to control all patents and coyrights resulting ftom their work. FOLLOWING ThESE STATEMENTS are seven more issues which the faculty are asked to rank as satisfactory or not sat is factory. Included in these rankings are salary. research facilities, library resources, teaching materials, classroom space, office space, and parking. The political action campaign committee will meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Episcopal Student Center to discuss further action on the surveys. tickets for iolcitions Many of these were issued between 10 and l0~3O p.m. at the intersection of Stadium Road and Newell Drive. Partly responsible for "Operation Life" is a new Florida statute effective since Jan. I. Shuler said. The law decline moving and nonmoving bicycle traffic violations and established unifonn state traffic tines. Moving violations include running red lights and stop signs, speeding over 20 mph. and failure to yield right-of-way. Shuler said. Non-moving violations include riding at night without a light or reflector. All state traffic violations are subject to a 15 tine. Shuler said. Traffic tickets may be taken to the student traffic court or to the county court. A

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1 Steve Martin: Smothers comedy photo by dovid fink.I STEVEMART1N: H-AVIN' SOME FUN .down here at the Beef 'n Bottle alh 'tl( HAlI KINNER %lligalor (nrrenpondenl We are ou for the miervie',. We drive out to the Reel-u Bottle to 'ec Steve N4;rts. the comedian, and ger this mterview. We are alt set-we 'e got cameras and talse nose and glasses, and a borrowed tape recorder that makes purring noises only when it's turned oft. Like I said. we're out lor the interview. We bounce into the Entertainer Lounge, ask for Steve. and find him at the bar. STEVE iSN'T drunk, He's working on sonic material. H-e writes on green-tinted college-ruled notebook paper. lust like we do. It', obvious he's busy. but he tries to be polite and answer questions until we offer to talk to him after the show. He likes that idea and promises to look us tip afterwards. Ihe Entertainer Lounge is cavernous. In tact is has nec-Austriliopithican caveserawlings spread across every inch of wallpate. )ii inc sde. dititeent ipects ii I :iiIersIt; lIde ire depicted a football plavet a bheet cadet, things you 'cc every day. On the the other side. there's a piano-player dtjwi and-soineer epteSgaier-ype stuftt thd* ,uMIk bc4*nnpN tvgd you wort; drunk. After a pretty good set by Iolksinger Charlie Robertson. Steve stole the limelight and didn't give it up until an hour and a halt of good comedy had 'ipped by. The audience was his from his first routine and after ten minutes Steven had them molded to his style ol loose comedy. HE JOKED and ad-libbed through the routes he didn't do in his first set and in between, the lights were dimmed and he picked a few tunes on his banjo. Steve did make aconfession to the audience about a fetish of his he refuses to be ashamed ol. Without averting his eyes, he risked alienating the crowd he had won over by telling them he's into wearing mien's UnFetweLI I h t uhtsImeifmiC he' muii I eCen wears ihem umi Int' clothes. I .ar t~l he end of I he sh (w--a Itei he 'aid he had run out ol maie al--he ad-libbed icr a let minutes while wearing the old arrowlhftetbghhe-hflduttc that has lieconme somewhat of bis ti ademark since his appearance' on rhe Tonight Show. ANYWAY, STEVE is 29. lives in Aspen Colorado and has been on Ihe Tonight Show about I7 times. He'll be on again March 7. He's been on T V. a lot, and he used to write icr the Smothers Brothers and those of you w.ho thought l'onmmi wa funny wil think Steve is hilarious. He does two sets a might, starting at 8:45 and ending around I aol. or until he runs out of things to talk about. Tickets cost $2 tonight. 13 Friday and Saturday night. Anyway, we laughed a lot and ihen we turned on our tape recorder and did an interview. Did you know Steve Martin started out as a magician Gainesvyule gets jazz weekends cat the Keg By STEVE BERGMAN Alligator StafT WrIer lI viU'Ve been going to the keg on weekends lately. vot've heard the Jazz Project; the Keg's new house band. For many in Gainesville. is a dIkfrent and new I he Project is the first hand mn Gainesville to give people a taste of this spontaneous music on a regular level. month, admission is 75 cent. for the night. There's no need to tell you that this is a damn ,tood deal. What makes listening to these guys so enjoyable is that playing lau to them is constantly a challenge. both for personal expression, and lor group interaction. They put a lot into their music, and it shows. They've got to be in it for the mitusic because they just ain't going to make money playing jazz in Gainesvile. Not at this time anyway. BUT THERE'S always a itood crowd at the Keg. and lor the most part. they come to listen. The beautiful thing about jan is that if you're willing to really hear what is ,wing on. the joy of sponraneous creating is shared lbctween listener and perlorniei. The Jan Project is a lie'. experience for most of the members. Bassist Al Ilospers. dirummier rony Kal.a j;.guitarlst Pete Eiinhornlski' and pianisr-.ocalist Bob Harrs are newly dra'.n to HUsing gone through the rock trip, thwy were drawn to -Weather Report, one of tho finest Ion groups in the business, will be In town tomorrow night. Greot Southern Music Hall hos two shows scheduled at 8 and' 11 p.m. TicketsrovallobleaGtthebox officefIor$4oand $5. 'Kidnap Lover He's gunning for a piece of thie action. The wind dies down a bit, and he shoots. Cut. Take two. RICK FRIEDEL is I breaking into the movie business. This fbrmcr UP graduate has a film celebrating a world premiere at the Great Southern Music phon, by gaogp kohaet 6r THE JAZZ PROJECT .only ion Intwn the musical challenge of jazz. For Al. formerly of the rock bond "Onrly' jazz provides a means for inmnediate expression. He sees jazz as closely akin to dance and .ould like to present a 'onibiination of the wo inthe t tire. H A VING P LA YE D together on and off for some three years. it '.as only ecently that their decided to Into jazz seriously. i "as Peter's chance introductton to ~sxophonisr Henry Boudin that brought about die reality of the greup. Henry has been invoked in jazz for sonic 20 years. A Canadian. Henry has owned a jazz club and played with area musicians as well as with American jazzmien. anming theoe the late janz virtfoo I-rig Dolphy. ,' A puchol.igit as well, lcirv tame to Gtinesville to run the lDrug Projecd. a research and treatment cetctr of UF that deals with drug ibuse. Gaincs'ille is lucky to havec a musician of Henry's calibre and experience. -' Go down to the Key and catch the band next title. Y'ou'il thank yourself. SCENEf FROMi "KODAP LOVE'" .byftlck Frledel opens Hall Saturday night. "Kidnap Lover." tells the 'toryof a girl who falls in love with her abductor. Sounds a bit familiar, doesn't it? No, Patty hearst does not play the leading role. Like a good businessman. Priedel has attempted to tie real life events to selling his product. Even though the idea for "Kidnap Lover" was formulated before the Hearst kidnapping. advernisenments r the flint exploit the connection to the fullest extent. VOU HAVE to make back what you put into a film or the next time around you won't have the backers, Friedel said. This is Friedel's second film. The first movie was "Lisa. Lisa." released August '974. Friedel is responsible for writing, producing and directing "Kidnap Lover." Jack is the star besides being an old roommate of Jatk Nicholson. So get out your tin and crank up the Hollywood 'potlights for Gainesville's first premiere. The Independent Florida Alligator NE Pug.22 Thesadoy. February IS, Ifls I

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bator track amateur coach athletes By RICK ADELMAN AliIgawr Sport. Writer Amateur at hietes don t paid, rig~~~ Wrong ask (,j tor,' '.1fli nt cOdC h Hc ii Vaughan 'I have received $2(XI In run a 'ace-and I ~a' by it, '"cans (he best paid athlete A FORMER U.S. jnate,,r athlete uttered hose ~. ords. Vaughan was the virlI\ (bird ranked sprinter in I 1-ie traveled extenivcl, throuRhout the world tor tim Baseba "Look, a meet promoter knows who's going to draw people to his meet and if he wants you bad enough, he'll pay you. A guy knows that paying me $200 isn't anything compared to Ce number of people paying $5 a ticke, rho will show up to see me run. -Ben Vaughan, [F sprint Coach and former world class spri nier I SOPS paid sole purpose of running and at times he got paid for it. Vaughan ~ willingly adniits that certain amateurs' arc not rally amateurs at all. Sonic A '"crica ns are cierinitely piotessionaK'' said Vaughan It's lust been done under the table. As a good athlete you have to be very sneaky to take care of yourself and there are ways to do it. ONE OF the ways. said Vaughan. is to put the squeete on meet promoters. "Some people have their price and they wont un team sets sights on 35 victories By GREG FORRER Alllgat.r Sports Editor in For the past three seasons, the UF baseball team has been plagued by memories and sayings of the past. Remember when you would leave and 23-skidoo?' That's exactly how the baseball team, under head coach I)ave Fuller. have left the diamond the last three seasons. With 23 wIn'. NOT TOO GOOD -hut not too bad. I his year the team s motto sinplc -you can read it on 1-uller's office door. Think 35 in '73' Thinking it and attaining it are two different things, that is certain. But it is also certain that Fuller. aided by assistants lay Bergman and neweoner Walker Swain, will be shooting it) hit that mark -or better. THE START OF the season is just 18 days away, and if it weren't br injuries and sickness, the 35 might look a little easier to handle. Still, the Gators will be putting men on the kid today with the opening day game against Stetson on Feb. 21 here in Gainesville in mind. He'll get a good look at the performances he might be I seeing during the regular season when the Gators take on St. ZOOkAVzt'otnan-IOOMAJ I ii amazing hcM diFferent each one is' A~d it ~ precwk hi difference that were interested a~ School Sisters ol Notre Dame Would,,' ~&m like to do sonwthing really different via, nut life' All we can offer is a pen,,anenl oppoTtuflitV Ic ra~ In tour relationship vth the Lad and chance to LflhluQiCe br change in the claisroort on ,ociAl issues ~ith people of nww life sivIe~ We call t 9uara,1Iee invthin9 ecep he fullness ol Cods ow t C V N. r *4 p. C .4 C Wnie Vocation Directot School 81.1ev. of Na. D.n.a 6401 N. Chain St. B.Itlmoa MayLand 21212 U W(OCYzUDWOfl ~A MWOOZ U, -I 0~ b S 4 4 t -I I a PD Quickect this pagoI~ '75 season Johns River Junior College in a doubleheader today at 2:30 pm. at Perry Field. Saturday. the Gators will play another doubleheader against Florida Junior College of Jacksonville. Game time is I p.m. FULLER WILL use four freshman pitcher in today's games, both ends of which will last seven innings. Lefthanders Eric HiDer and Mike McCarthy will go in one game and righty Bruce Baker and lefty Don Johnson will pitch in he other. Saturday. the Gators will throw sophomore right Wilkie Sniith and senior left-hander John Chappell in one game while freshman righty Craig Pippin and senior lefty Bob Tyler will handle mound chores in the second game. Sammy Rck. the Gators' top hitter last year, will lead the Caters, although he is still a bit weak from the flu. Freshman Roger Holt. injured of late with a sprained ankle, will be back at shortstop. Senior Dave Bowden will play second, hoping to put together a year that will attract professional offers. He received an invitation to sign with the Detroit Tigers upon his graduation from high school. The outfield at this stage appears pretty well set with Rick in center. Joel Munie in left and newcomer Terry jones in right. G'VILLE'S ONLY $9.95 GENUINE LEATHER SANDAL oem visa fULL OUAaANIu vs~~ Now at LEATlIE SOUL, a comfortable, fully guaranteed sandal. Lightweight crop. aol., cushion your step and allow the leather to conform oh. shop. of your foot. LEATHER SOUL loafed In SlwOne 1249 N.W. ASh Ave. (Se&lud Sewed Oly) P74710 BEN VAUG*IAN some omat.ursd.finitely professionals' unless they get their money.'' explained Vaughan. And the meet promoters as well, said Vaughan. don't help the situation. "LOOK, a meet promoter knows who's going to draw l~tOplt to his meet and if he wants you bad enough. hell pay you. A guy knows that paying nit 1200 isn't anything compared to the number of people paying 55 a ticket who will show up to set me run, said Vaughan. Vaughan said the pay scale is determined mainly by the popularity of a certain event. "When I was around, the pole vault was very popular. Bob Seagren and John Pennell and those people made a lot of money. Sprinters did pretty well also. "NOW THE mile is very popular?' continued Vaughan. "I suspect that some runners get at least a 12000 a race now." To this day. Vaughan does not feel guilty about accepting money to compete. He said the American amateur track system. forces athletes into financially difficult situations. "1 * :4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * "A lot of guys have to leave ohs to run and they don't get compensated tbr it. Citizens complain when a Jim Ryun or a Randy Mattson can't go to Europe but they don't understand that these guys hae tanijltes to support. "ThE RUSSIANS gettheir salaries paid when they miss work because of a meet and this is absolutely not the ease in the U.S.' emphasized Vaughan. Vaughan feels that the drastic changes in the system are necessary. A reform movemeuit called the UAA (United Amateur Athletes) existed in the early I 9lO's but Iizzled out. 'We had a lot ot organizational problems." Vaughan said. You know, getting people from all over the country together in one place but it was a pretty potent organization while it lasted.' Vaughan said that until the AAU and the Olympic Committee decides to treat their athletes better, the U.S. will continue to play second fiddle to the Russians. * * ~oldie Hawn~ Double Feature F Butterflies R Are Free RI E AND El E Express E ~ Friday Feb.14 6:00 PM ** Union North Lawn * StudentGovernment Programs * ri.I The Independent Florida Alligator S PORTS P.,. 5. Thur.dcy. F.fru.vy Ii j~75 L V ~, h4~ YL 'V w

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~roWOrdRawlingSienniflgs Hall Councils present a (QoOenttfte s Paq 6Da~cc riday 14th 9:00 PM Hall Basement inningss Music by Steeplechase LI Lady golf' I I ~'onen~ golf team, idle since Noveniher, ire con~pcti.~ tor honors in the nlver~Itv Arizona Invitational Golf I OUrt~arnent ~taruing today. Reprc~enting the Lady Gators in the twoday event arc Donna Horton. Elaine Hand, Nancy Feitarek. Kriss Rucinski and Nancy White LADY GATOR COACH Mimi Ryan hopes Horton will cop the honors individually. Horton ~ the current [ucker Invitational Champ. I dont know who the main competition will be. but I expect the same players as the fucker. and I expect the same individual results" Ryan said. Ryan said she sees the main four-player competition coming from the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. She said that Arizona State is extreniely strong. The Cators have already seen some of that strength in the October Tucker held in New Mexico when they took third place in the four-player team event behind ASU and the __________________________~l. ___ Hi, TYPEWRITER PROBLEMS? we've got oil the answers Seh.-Savlc. kappIha4.aae ASSIJCIATED BUSINESS SYSTEMS 714 N. Mdn 373336~ Ahchuu Coudy Generator Service Alt. r not or.Stone ri-Oen.rotorsForeign Car Service Ph. 378-4011 SOS NW. Iii, Ave. ers Th. tndw.d.* Mend. Milgar, Th.nS.y. isbn,.7 II 1975. hg. 27 in invitational University of Arizona. RYAN ATTRIBUTED the Tucker third place to poor putting, and eniphniied the importance of concentration in this event. We have got to be able to concentrate ror IS holes each dayand not just Cot fifteen. We cannot make dumb mistakes out there. the Florida coach said, adding that the secret would be in the short gaitic. We've got to play well within I~ feet ol' the greens, and not miss short ptttts for pars arid birds." she said. The Cater coach pointed to freshman golfer Elaine Hand as possibly being a key to a Florida victory. "ELAINE IS capable of doing so well, and if she can have two really good rounds I think we'd be in business." Ryan said, quickly adding"providing noone else goes sky high." The AIAW National Golf Championship. will be held at the Ow Valley Country Club here in June. "We can get a good feeling of the terrain and the competition." said Ryas after a pndlce rouuid at Oro. a. --~~PU wIG, .ri .Lu NANCY WHIlE .wIIImmpM it mEn Mint TOflIH CAlMlY a'-. S TV Chanhell, A w.tn.r channel. UPI News. Pin York Stock Excl.wtg., 2PM statiOn, oi~ TV th.mnhs, wtd~ FM end dAM statIon, on fit. FM band. uwev an 1UEVUAON CAMS C~ INC SM N. MAIN ST. a N had a piece lately? BY ThE &fl ~ lip W. 11111 ILIUM 4 .4< -I a MIYWS A. COcK 3824 N.W. 3449, P1cc. 373.-u t43 YOlK IS In sumac. Ifl. Inumn H.ctlh kwnnc. I 0.oup lnu.nc. MnuftI. 3D -J I LI, 1245 UNIVERSITY AVE SLICES 11:00 AM to tOO AM rn-mi en sea *smii~IEDtITY AVE WIidS PlC uIW 480 PM W3~Si

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Pq. 26Th. ttdw.t.s Ftod AJ111'r, 1b.JSday. F'htuery IS, IW7S UF wrestlers await national ranking under Gary Schneider BANDY OnENR. Agus S ws tr At an almost boyish looking 23 years of age. Gary Schneider is methodically dynasty at the flordThe sport is Schmeidt., the year coach has his team to as twenty national this month's slowly and building a University of wrestling and Gator's firstcurrently led expected top ranking when rankin'gis revealed. BUiT DURING HIS two years iin coaching cipicity at Floqida. Schneider has yet to lose a dual meet, in fadt, the Gatons have won -32 'traight. Nobody around GainesvIlle can umsenber aiy team d uplicating that samber. "Tno yeses ag when I went rerulting, 'high school. kids would reply to my questions about Florida ,aying. 'Oh does Florida have a wrestling team?' This year people are contacting nmt. I'm getting more response thai I can handle,"' And part of that response has come from florida's ,tudent body which Caine out m fbrce. 2,0 in all, to see the Gators upset hifthly ranked Kentucky 24-IS two matches ago. "THAT WINM was one of the bIggcr. ones in our streak." Sehncider said. "It's bound to help the confidence of our team."Despite all theconsecutive duel meet wins.the Gatocs weren't .blc to wan the SouthesernCosference crOefl* laMt year as they flaishidsecond to Auburn. Sctingier admits it was a disappqintsent but adds other things must be taken mIo consideration. "Winning the whole thing is nice." he said. "But InIngII all 'our dual meets is nice too. Ii', no disgrace to finish second." DUT THIS YEAR, the fifth season Florida has had a wrestling team Schneider feels there will be no second places. "I've never seen a situation like this, each athlete treats his teammate like a brother. Ncmatter what you do, ifyou enjoy it, you're bound to oih o top." AND TH AT'S where Schneider. when's desk is cluttered with various trophies collected In the last yearn, plans -fnnIshing. His three leading gruppies are all conference dhimp4 m. lobbyy Roberts, TI. Graaowitz and Henry inbkon are all tremendous gats'," said the coach. Roberts wrestles at lift pounds and has oly IaS own thMs season. Gramilb ha compiled a 25-I record hs the last two years ad he is probably the best onnrfl wrestle, cin the team. Jackson. a senior. wrestles at 190 pounds. 5emr frels the talented athlete could finish high in the nationals this year. COACH GAITYICHNESDS Jackson. a sakde, wrestles at 390 poundS. SCuIneIdU feels the WaSte atlup could finkas l4 In the naticuaks ti. "We're In thttbp tean. Is the country. rIS, new and t, think by noxt yeawtiell be it the top IO.' Sphuaer eid "Everybody Is thinking about the32 mSateak bSt at the Som t1m they hc their ey -lb. he ntrene chaunplenshlp. flat ampi4msbip set will be belieo Feb. 28-MarSh I is Alligator Alley and the home mat adat age Is to SchneIder's tis. In fact. ftr a coach that has gteaso far iasucha a hr time. just about everything that'. been happening these days has bees to his liking. WHITE 5TAG' SPEEDGt r k b.~NEW ~Y LYCRA FOR Wet. WI Se. Idl fles S Oflbb'S W s Me-n amgeawte Aquatic a Trail Center Inc. 3Mg8 W. Univ. An .3734233 MON-F RI 107 SAT 975 nme,.as. .,,, 'lkle Tkmme=== Voiunteens invade Alligator Aley Monday night fo 7:30 tip-off against LIP. Student tickets ftc the game are on sale today at Gat, 13, Florida Field between 9 am. and 6 p.m. Fuir-time UF student tickets arn 75 cents. spouse tickets are St and student guest tickets aft 53. Ticket manager Hardee McAlhaney encourages student to pick-up their tickets early to avoid being thut-out at the gate. He expects the game to be a sell-out: Tickets for the game will also be on sple Friday ag Gate 23 between 9 am, and 3 p.m. it



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The Independent Flonda Alligator PUDIIShd by Compu, Conmjnicotlon. Inc. Go *nav. F, Mode Not offit illy asset .td wIth th. Unsverssy of Ronido THURSDAY FEB. 13.,1975 VOL. 67 NO. 81 UF must pay for water-eventually Dy lENA EPSTEIN Amaier StaNf Wilier UF will eventually be smacked with a S3W,.00 increase in its water bill, but it won't have to be paid untIl 9976. The Regional Utilities Board (RUB) Wednesdmy approved a sew rate Increase at UF spreading it over a two-year-perlod. THlE MiAMI TIE WATER RATE inners, at UP wEB be a smaller ines n 1975 that I. 1976. UP will pay the fatil rate bastne I. 1977 and th. charg, will be whmeer the rate fhr IOU gallons el ater Is at Uha time. According to a law euseted In 1970, any innmms In UF'l water bill should be paid by the FoIdS. Iggislata. if UP udersti mum th*i uxpsetS wtsr ha sIn tha tp .dif 1th. legsitr an l to appeopria st is anat a, GaInesville reblai wEI have to mat. up the dddtl. BECAUSE UF WILL PAY the increased rates in three stages. city customers will pay.a higher rate until 1977 when the rate increase will be equalized between UF and the other customers. After voting down several motions, the RUB finally decided on a compromise of the original proposal by the engineering firm of Black. Crow and Eldsness that called for an increase in water and sewage rates and a capital facilities charge of 5620 for new home hook-nps to the system. The compromise approved by a vote of 8-2 cull. for a capital facilities charge that will be 50 per cent of the original propeuJl. RU3 aimo approved a greater lecen Is per1U0. gallon rime then In the original proposal. This was don, to cibat the rvault of derueing th. capital ?UCIlII*IU charge. TUE CWiPRO~fE CAM rAL ffle chargp hr sew homes wINl be 5)25 for water .ind $185 hor sewage. The original pswesai I cmnvu.,y -asaHard Times AtUF called fhr. capital facilities charge of 5250 for water and 5370 hor sewage. During the RUB meeting City Conmisslonern Russell Ramsey and James Richardson presented alternatives to the original proposed capital facilities charge. Ramsey recommended a graduated capital facilities fee based on use ralme than abtied chapg. COUNTY COMMISSIONER JACK DURRANCE raised a motion to delay cousiderutlon of the capital facilities charge but the motion MMle. City Commlsslaenr Joe Utah. urged the three phase increase hor UP bemus he said it would "show the Florida legiature that Gainesville I. willing to help." City Commission Russell Ramsey said. "tesdents of Gainesville will definitely receive an increase of a couple of dollern iii their utility bill each month If the legislature refuses to appropriat, additional funds for UFE mut E PHASE SPREAD of inertased water charges will mean the following to UF: o U F will pay 52 cents per 1000 ga11ons of water beginning March 9, j975. o UFP will pay 62% cents per 1000 gallons Five UP students died in freshwater scuba diving accidents last year. One more, Charles Baron., died this year. FlorIda's crystal-watered springs,. sinkholes and caves ane beautiful -but deadly. DAVE DEBA UJTELS KNOWS. During the last 1 21ar, Desautibs has bess called on to reoer 26 bodIes of dives who made fatal underwater niltais. Deastls. -. M20 ins,uncriied by the Nation.) AUsOCIStIO fhr Cane Divig, said most of the dive, simply got lost. Thsy entered a dlear water cave, he said. without peopsr equipment and could m't nd their way was again because of the silt stired up at the bottom of the can. U 111il FIRST eight months .1 3974,. 22 people died In frush wasr dlvlmg In Plarids and another II died I. ocean divig. out of an shamaed 100,000 dhvr', who is Florkda watts for their sport,. according to Tam Altos. of Allgn's Trail and Aquatic Costar. Ushetunaely. UP students have often beegi the divers Desauteis has too look for in *he cave., cave ic 92. m in Honay sn.oe Increase has been going ott fr several weeks. Ther, have been two public hearings held by the R UB to allow citizens to express their views. At the public hearing on Jan. 29, Greene saId the possible 5300,000 increase In water astseeabhl t SUP mIght hr.e him to laq off 55*5gw. UF MOW PAYS A lEflTLE MORE than SNOK0 fhr water andsap Aber the Weduasday muein.Greene said th pomibliy of laef was "poheIcal. RUB as changed the Nimih .the charges for sewage. The limit was raised to 28.000 gallons from 14,000 gallons. ACCORJROIG 10 3.A55EV, it wHi encourage conservatIon of water because customer will now have to pay fhr an ad. dltlona) 4.000 gallons. Usage above 18.000 gallons i not returnable to the system because it I. assumed to be used for washing cars and watering lawns, according to City Commissioner William Talbot. Part of a proposal approved Wednesday also calls for a new fire hydrant charge of l35 pcr year per hydrant for UF. The charge to the city ii5230 perycar per hydrant. According toGreene. when the effect of the new hydrant charge. are added to the 52 cents charge for the first year. the rate increase is over 100 per cent. Because Gainesville owns the Regional Utilities System. the city commission must approv, the new rates before they will become effective. City Attorney 0mwe Pagan said he will present an emergency ordinance Including the new rates and capital facllItIes charge to city commissioners hor approval Monday niabt. in Tarpon Springs, three is Little River and -n each is Peacock and Aladhma sink. MOOT ECM LY, Charles Daone, a freshman. dmmwedl I. the UP owned BRh. Sink seer Ocala. Santme's disth was not Is a cane however. hut was caued by another mlsjdpiest of novie dhers: divig too deep without peopsr tubiing. The 263 beet-imp MlathSl, used by the Ut Navy fbr deep-divig vmaliu, is "too dsep usIas yea hav, sapsr training." according to kiwis Wale.n of Scuba Dynamic In GaInmaville. "CAVEl ANN A difftrust part of dMng." Coffins said. "I flay away frog, thus." Collins said a number of local accidents claimed cat-of-se divers as their vidima. "Ga Inecillo bns. .e inai --a addle hal advanced caus in -a diving after bale flt|eti" Cou a. TS ATTUACDONT10DODI Iis urge of man that pse-dules eaorded hMatry, aceoding to AMI. "Ever slums the hare guy dropped a sighSl 5l the bui p. he's Slwaps been thinking of wags to get it best." "It's only natural to weeds, what'ss undes thene?"' Allen sai. /See 'Diving.' page elm.er)

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Nt 1%e.1 Sniepnd.tSoMle Muster. T hy. Febucry II 19 thursday -. Snows torm h its Northeast (UPI) -A heavy snowstorm struck the Atlantic seaboard Wednesday, tying New York City traffic in knots and closing schools and the New York Stock Exchange early. More than six inches of snow was dumped on New York City in its first bona tide storm of the winter. In many other cities and towns in the Northeast, the nation's most heavily populated region, it was the wonst blast of the season. Many streets and highways in the New York metropolitan area were closed because of hazardous driving conditions. Marijuana speeds up heart HOUSTON (UP!) -A Chicago researcher Wednesday said marijuana speeds up heart action and increases blood flo, and would be harmful to persons suffering fronm certain heart diseases. Dr. Charles Kanakis Jr. assistant professor of medicine at A braham Lincoln School of Medicine, said a study of 19 men 22 to 30 years old showed an increased pulse rate but not higher blood pressure in marnjuafla Users. Senate panel passes tariff ban WASHINGTON (UPI) -A House-passed bill to rescind President Ford's oil nmport fee won Senate commlnittet approval Wednesday with a Republican opponent predicting it S. Rbrt Dole.ve Rian. said he '.as told by the White House that Ford had only 28 or 29 sure Senate votes against overriding the President's expected veto of the bill -too fe' to block it from becoming law, MEANTIME, sources said. a special conmmttee of Senate Democrats seeking to draft an alternative energy program reached tentative agreements on a number of measures. These will be recommended to the Senate Democratic Policy Committee at a luncheon Tuesday. Thie Democrats agreed on a down-the-line riwht against all W give polic rolcui d other tbls Sen. Ernest F. Hollinx r C p rtred. These include the import fees. decontrol ol fllestt crude oil prices and deregulation of natural gas. Hollings said the comminittee agreed that seekmiiw eata imports by I million barrels a day this year would (,nly ~ rensiy itlation and retard recovery from the recesston don't know a single businessman who s for an excise tax on petroleum." Hollings said. Sources said the Demtocratic senators hoped to endorse a balanced package seeking to tic expenditures on ttnergy 0o economic recovery so that they move apace The President made plans to seek to win allies in the Senate in the fortheonming showdown over energy policy Ford to give Rocky policy role ASIIINGTON (UPI) -President Ford has decided to presidential aides would be named to head the council' Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller a nujor domestic member staff. y role in his administration, sources disclosed WedRockef.Iler mne twice Wnnsday with Pard and ton W neaday. After a month of discussionwithin Ford's approval has been given to Rockefeller's reorganize the Domestic Council and make it policy planning body. White House sources and top Rockefeller a Wednesday that by the end of the month,. inner circle. proposal to a long-range assistants said two top vice s 30. House aides, reportedly to discuss the Domestic Couheil plan James M. Cannon. 56, the No. 2 man on Rockefeller's staff and a long-time associate of the fanner New York Governor. will be named executive director of the council. He wil replace Nixon administration holdover Kenneth Cole, whose resignation is effective March 2. #AA* A4 w~ -A x -rip-. L Jab/I I (4 I 6 A O~' A U, e0 I, f14 110 Ino 549r February 14, 1929, a garage on Chicago's Northside. Members of Al Capone's gang, dressed as police, gun down seven of Bugs Moran's hoods. This became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre -and it enraged Chicagoans to the point where they finally started cooperating with Elliot Ness and other law enforcement officials. Coming from Chicago, in fact not far from the Clark St. garage where this happened, we like to remember this day. So In honor of this historic event we offer the St. Valentine's Day Price massacre. All the non-fair trade equipment is on sale, as are all the demos. No,we haven't changed our philosophy and we aren't going out of business, and No were not having a phony clearance sale. Frankly we're lazy -and it's easier to sell 'em than to dust 'em. Stop in and check it out, From 1-6 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sunday from 1-S. 020 m 221 a 33 2,9 a,e .fl Qa." Schi'l""a'rull Mig. Woo.,Iysl, am M 4as allONLy in n. iso em cseekin a. P.i.a 65 A1 """ m" S I 31-H F S s-nIta '4, "9 sq 5, 15q 329 45 35 4,, 1~ 2.25

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Th. Indqpendent Florid. AIIgeltv. flhurndoy Pbmnry )3 1975. Peg. 3 may By STUART EMMRICH and TOM SHRODER Alligator Stall Writern A 60-day statute of limitations on honor code offenses may prevent Honor Court Atty Gen, Paul Marmiish hrnm 1ibg cheating charges against a "vgniicani" number op suspects in the wide-spread Business Admmnistration scandal, [ he U F Student Body ( onstitu iion requires charges of an honor code violation must he iled with in 60 school days ot the alleged offense. A STATUTE SPECIFICALLY states that t he charges must be illed within 60 days of the wolation, hut Marnmish said Wednesday might an interpretation on that statute w&ill he requested 1rmm the Hoard of Masters (BOM) today. Marmish said he was going to request the BOM to decide If the statute of limitations should 'run from the time the incident ccurs or when the Honor Court finds out about it.' He explained that cheating cases constitute fraud, and regular law states that Iraud statute of limitations only begins "once the incident comes to light." MARMISH SAID STUDENT Body President Steve Merryday would be requested this morning to convene a special meeting of the BOM today for a ruling on the statute. Acting under the assumption that the Student Senate had the power to change the limitations statute, the Honor Court bar voted Wednesday to recommend to the senate that a 60-day extension of the limitation be granted. prevent I he extension was requested to start this Saturday, when the limit to lilt any charges in connection with alleged cheating on tall quarter mid-terms runs out. BUT MARMISH EXPLAINED LATER he votc by the bar had no etlectbecause "the senate doesn't have the power bo change the constitution. it can only he changed hiv a I eferendumn by the student body ,In fairness to everyone r cheating uiohibiting secret Honor Court proceedings will also treeze the Th-day trial requirement. Marmish said. THE INJUNCTION, ORDERED BY circtiit court Judge RHA. Gicen Tuesday and renewed Friday. applies only to closed Honor (Olin hcarimgs .nd does not dpply to the in est ig-at on ol xl leged offenses. Harris said Rut Marmish said the Iunction had Cr we ought to be able to see U in vestigation out, follow it Up )Cerned, and res olve it --Paul Marmnish, Honor Court atorn I the 60-day limit holds, Mannish said he would have to lower his standards for filing charges. "I wouldn't want to rim the risk of putting people through the trial process unless I was really sure probably cause existed" he said. HOWEVER, IF NO EXTENSION is granted he may have to. Marmish said. According to Honor Court procedure. any student has the right to a trial within 90 days ol' being charged with a honor code violation. A temporary circuit court injunction ey general hampered his investigations and brought it to almost a "grinding halt."' Marmish explained students are no longer coming into the Honor Court to volunteer information because they fear the information might be released to the public. A SUIT FILED jOINTLY by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF law student Judy Collins argues that the Honor Court hearings are covered by the Florida Goverwment-in-the-Sunshine-Law and should be open to the press and public. Rule charges A healing is scheduled in approximately 34) days to hear argument' in the swt against the Honor Court and UF. Although the injunction issued by Green IInIy applies to the closed hearings and not other Honor Court proceedings. Marotish said the incertainty ot the situation has liamp1ered the current cheating investigation "WE ARE GETTING NO COOPERATION, no contacts with any denied anwts or it nesses lbcause people Ire adruid then name' are going to end up in thc Ipper Sixtv-three students have been charged w ith, cheating offenses. but oin'lb 60 those cases wecre (Ieti(Ie before the Inlunction w .1 is, ted. MARMISH SAID IN COURT [uesd-a,. although he had originally estimated charging 2(X) people with mu jvement mn the alleged College of Business Administration organized cheating, the mnlunction might mean he could only ille about 20 to 30 more charges. He explained the ability ofthe Honor Court investigation to uncover more iormation concerning people involved ii cheating would he hampered by the poss bility that the proceedimgs night be made public. 'All of our information so far has been gathered on the assumption that it would be kept confidential." Marmish explained, adding students told him they wouldn't have volunteered information if they thought it '&as going to be made public. Marmish said that all the confessions he has obtained would also have to be thrown out because they were taken on the grounds that they would be kept confidential.

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P.ge AT meIndependems Rod. AiIgsor. Thonday. Febw.vry 13, 197$ Stone calls By JANET PARK simg pr Alligator tfWriter economyo isp th UI S Sen. Richard Stone. D-Fla., call ed th1 "EO luel crisis the number one problem in the they need. economy while talking to Florida sad agriculturists Tuesday night. si. Stone while addressing an Institute of Food He added and Agriculture Sciences conference blamed oppositedi fuel oluctons .msIs throughout nWashington energy planners todiscourage using oil product number the w ho s by LE WON'T STOP BUYING the oil they'll just pay more bor it." Stone ,d. 'their thrust seems to be mn the erection. It's been proven that short 1 te ii demcthird ire mnetljsit. Stone said. ".bervone kno'.s thjt w;hen costs ~o do" n prces il go do iiSD cebates wih arc currently pending in Congress. 'Won't lead to purchasing by consumers. He said the public "will either sit on it (the rebates) or they will buy Mold and silver," But Stone added there has not been a large Profs predict one in ten out of work By KAREN MEYER AllIgatee Staff Wttt.r Nationwide recovery from the current recession will not begin until late this year. with one in every 10 Americans facing unemployment in the coming winter, according to two UF economics associate professors.Ann R. Horowitz and R. Blamne Roberts responded to comments and questions on their economic forecast for Florida, along with Robert Lanzilotti. dean of UF's College of Business Administration, at the Fourth Annual Florida Economic Seminar. THE WEDNESDAY seminar was attended by the Florida Council of 100 -a crosssection of about l00 of Florida's most prominent citizens in business, professional and education fields selected by the Governor to promote the state and its well-being,. 'Florida's Econometric Forecast." prepared by Horowitz and Roberts reveals the following fir Floridians: *Inflatiott rates, now around 12 per cent. will moderate substantially, averaging just under sit per cent this year. eReal personal income -the dollar amount whihis actually spent, will fall duri the crease just under one per cent in the final quarter. *With a labor force rising by about 1.6 per cent by the end of the ytar. and about Il2.00 fewer jobs available. Florida's unemployment will rise to 9.9 per cent. *Fewver floridians will find employment in construction, manufacturing, trade. government, transportation, communications and public utilities this year. but employment will rise in agriculture, services, finance, insurance and real estate. *Those latter industries will benefit from an increase to 26.9 million tourists annually by the end of 2975. *Total taxable sales -Florida's chief revenue source -will rise by only 6.5 per cent this year. a dramatic slowdown from the 20.9 per cent increase in 1973. Horowitz and Roberts pointed out Florida's economic activity In large part reflects the developments in the nation. "'Not since the 1930's have economic forecasts depended so much on the policy alternatives and not since the second World War has the health of the economy depended on the policy decisions of the administration, the Congress and the monetary authorities. they reported. Althouth, "recent statistics are ominous," Horowitz and Roberts predict the severity of the current recession 'will not come close to the near total deterioration of the economy that occurred during the 1930's." problem inci caw in the numbiei e ol l lbuin gd or ier.TH AGRICULTURALISTS he strOnI)v uplh legislation udesine toprotect agrcua iiiust be taken care of when the sqe ure on.' he said. Stone cited two measures Ifl particular that would protect Anmercas farn ersO i Woh products and one he hopes to formulate would defer the estate tax on inherited farns "BUT WHEN U.S. producers are forced out of business and foreign produce dominate-fOtCIg prices are not low" he warned.' 'We must protect growers and producers of livestock and meat from foreign dumping.' Stone. who took office in January. ged about his low seniority, but added, "Starting right away. I want to work on a bill that would defer the estate tax on an inherited farm as long as the farni is in agricultural produc lion. STONE SAID MANY FLORIDIANS, faced with a large tax on an inherited farm. sell out to developers rather than pay the tax and adjust to the low income of farming. If implemented. he said, this policy would enable people to resist the impact of the estate tax and help keep more farms productive. The senator concluded. "The market is a tbnction of confidence in the direction of the country. ifthe people have no confidence in the direction, their response is to be cautious." A Columbia rictuas ftesan The -M UIEUEL-M0lO tEM Prtsucguq S STAND&Ed)ALONEI A 7/ V 6UNANIMOUSLYf1 ACCLAIMED AS -am or ne A. 1mE WINNER OFT7 ACADEMY ARS "r nan. ---r~~ -Pt I kflI4~Il --. --4*~ %I'~'* SE ainss tins, sa a in a mu met aiomms srmamov.insin .-~ri1uaw IffiM Sr *.a. .-t baa. a n~4.fl~ .-'a .nw U ~ t '.9 A '1 I S -ALPHAUILLC AMphovillI. I. disant panet weled hyr .*yrmat end nan by compuna .vmy Cot.n I. en Emrt, ant .Igned to convlne lh. rulr of sAphevIlI. to .bdcM.e; If ha Cen t contvioc. kin., hi must kill kima A. wit, any M-Lvct Goddard film. th. plot I.Ila you precficoNy noitinge Mn you hove to b. await* of n than whof'. going on if you -l going to cth what's rnlly going on. In Fnnch will, EgliSh subflns. SUE .6e. M 7:0 9:3 bd N. And U. FRI & SAT Feb.14 &IS 6:00 3:0 2nd Flr Aud. I. .Ommur Odiginel Graphic Aat Sale 9:0 am. o,:007 pm 2. SJUFUZE AflUACION Ill i2:~ Noon Jilu Colonnade .DON'T MISS ITll 3. .SpeghMIel DWnnw Special 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. JWRU Cqfeteria Spoghefti 8 Meat Tonsed Salad Gorlic Bread Small Beverage Sauce $1.75 plus tax Seconds on SpoghMWl Soled hor NO UN1A cAMGU fhe 'Utveksag 6PAekMtfg UntS @eltes 'kgeAts "Cinderella"' US F Sudrwss ,Nn.,qdn, : r. U ChNdrmnuod.r12, .ne for Omd. K6.Wc.o, "The Night Thoreau Spent Satudly, pebruary 15 S:l5 p.m. UnIverulgy Asdlbdrum U~a, o Sun., s N Id e"on. 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Order as many of each star as you like; imdicate size: Small, Medium or Lag. a Supply Limited-Mail No-risk Coupe,, Today! Dena Len Corporation .a P Olox 5384.Grand Central Sic New york, N.y TO0l? I a I enclose my check or money order for S________ ($19.9$ complete each watch and $4.95 sack fat tee shirts, no oxrto charge for handling or shining). Please Send items checked below It not completely satisfied I *may return them icr a refund. e Gold. Oldie Wristwatches $19.95 fl GABLE fl KOUCHO fFIELDS 5 CHAPtIN lee hir; 5GABLE 5 UOJCHO $4.95 5 FIELDS C ItAFtIN Siz:al (]1 Mediumo 5 argel beOARt El 3 009 C IOIAITI 511. 0cr Me COO s pleas'. Check or Meney Order only. I I -. _________I' I .g NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO? mu C aim rn. SEV Commission suggests merger By DOUGLAS HA'! CHI Alligator Stafl Writer, I o year' after they started, the Local Go'ernnment Study Concussion ILGSC). has made its final recommendations 1kr unifying Gainesville and Alachua County and has dissolved. members Tuesday iight signed their report leaving their proposals for unifying the city of Gainesville and Alachua County governmer t, with the Alachus County legislative delegation. "WE OF THE LGSC, after 33 months of deliberation. recommend the City of Gainesville and Alachua County governments be merged into one." LGSC Chairman Robert Coleman said. The next step for the LGSC proposals are four public Ihearings to be held next month, followed by introduction during this spring's legislative session, all of which must be done before the voters can vote on them. If the LGSC proposals are passed icto law, a referendum of county voters cold be held as early as the end of the year. State Sen. Bob Saunders. fl-Gainesville. said. "I PERSONALLY DONT see how we could do this, because it would have to be in a special election. as the next general election is in November 1Q76," Saunders said. "I don't think it would be right to delay voting on this (the LGSC proposals) that long." Four public hearings will be part of the regular hearings held by members of the state legislature to get the public's ideas for laws. Saunders said. The nmerser of Gainesville and Alachua County government would fulfill seven major goals set by the LGSC, Coleman said THESE GOALS INCLUDE narrowing responsibility for government action, elimination of duplicate services, dealing effrctlvely with common regional pmblems and ability to respond to new demands and problems. Coleman said. "We have very few insurmountable problems at the moment, but we are sure that these type problems are coming Fo& YEARs TO BRING YOU ONLY TH HIGET Q1IL1 N NAT tIDAL noaxuers. 604 NW 13W St 14! sr in the near insure. Colema,, said. Such piohiemis include uncontrolled igrowth 'hith threaitmn the quality of ife and m ing costs of services Co lemian said. THE LGSC IN ITS DELIBERATIONS looked at four midin possibilities foa local government. Coleman said. rhese included no change. annexation of unincorporated areas by the city of Gainesville. a county charter and the unification plan. Coleman said. THE UNIFIED GOVERNMENT would function much like that of a city's. Coleman said. There would be an elected county mayor. an eight-member county council and an operations department dispensing governmental services. Tio elinate duplication of services there would be two taxing districts. Colemian said. These would he the general service district, which would cover the rural areas, and the urban service district, which would include the urban areas. Re sidents in the general service district would be charged tip to ten mills (10 cents per 110 property evaluation) for receiving such services as roads, but no sewage or drainage THE URBAN SERVICE DISTRICTS would include the cities joining the unified government and the suburbs around them and residents would be taxed up to 20 mills (20 cents per $I .00 evaluation) for such services as streets, drainage and sewage. Alachua County's eight other municipalities would have the ability to loin or stay out of the unigied government. Coleman said. These municipalities have already gone on record through the Alachua County League of Cities as opposing joining the unified government. Hearings on the LGSC proposals will be at the Newberry High School. March 4. from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and at the High Springs Community Center from 8 p.m. to 10 pm. the same day. 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r4ge .S d.edent 'RidGS Mflga'. Thurmdip ,nmey I), IWS 'Meal aweek C By STUART EMMRICII AIliguer Staff Writ.r. For the 40 days ot Lent, a religious period of self-sacrtfict, are. residents arc being asked by local pastors to "give Lap a meal a week." so that hungry people in other parts ol the world can eat A local campaign to try to provide food ,for hungry people in Bangladesh and the Sahel region of Africa is being organized by Father Machaer Gannop of the Catholic Student Center, the Rev. C D. Weaver of Grace Presbyterian Church and the Rev. William Ferguson of-Bartley Temple United Methodist Church Ann Mamfton, wwfe of the UIF president. as serving a' treasurer LENT BEGAN WEDNESDAY and continues until Easter, Dunng that 40-day period. Gannon said, the pastors are asking ate. residents to gave up one meal a week and theri donate the daflerence in money to the hunger campaign. Gannon explained the money would then be spent on food lot the estimated 10,000 people who are dyingevery week mn Hangladesh and east Africa. Donation, can be mailed to Box 138S8 University Station or dropped oil at the Student Inlormiation Booth across trom the Hub. the Gamnesville Sun', classified advertising department or the Gainesville Mall branch ot the First Federal Savings and [~nan Association. GANNON EMPHASIZED the money would only be spnt to buy food and not on any sectarian purposes. adding there Chemical engineering receives grant money lnte University of Florida Chemical Enginenrn Department received 54,0N) from Union Carbide on Feb. 5., Union Carbide is one of hi private companies that donates mone"y to,"the dpain"t*"ic/|h isue fr SI to 540 library, according to Dr. John Biety. chemical engmnenhj department head. am paign starts '.ilI he a stinci accounting" on all money tolleted and spcnt Gannon said he was looking tor a good respon'e Irom the 'tudent body in the campaign. "This is something the students should be interested im doing. Inm hoping there .aII be great nunther of stude,,ts who '.all want to make a contribution. Cannon said photo couawe of 1it. Rorkd Catholic EHINIOPAN MOIRE AND CHILD .fighting for murvlvul at mlde Moatiorn 1D/off Specia. Ign SelcIS@ .4 jewelly a Idn eweity. Cldibes Leon Bog Rtoom Ebduded -----a-N----LI S By seeing your DEPT.AD VISORS or your PEER A DV ISOR S BEFORE REGISTRATION Pter Advisors (for Arts & Sdlencts are I, II) Andersen Nlail PEER ADVISEMENT IS A PROGRAM SPONSORED BY TH E ARTS & SCIENCES e Love Gainesvi e we're inviting you to a Valentine's Party. It's your chance to: &sMeet the WGVL ''Jocks'' &Experience a live broadcast demonstration-reai 800 QUADROPHONIC SOUND. quad watt Drink 1 oz. highballs & domestic beer for 4.4c ALL AT BIG DADDY'S CIN CITY LOUNGE SW 16th AVE. & 13th ST., 5:30-7:30 P.M. NO COVER! QUA D 1 05 Because without you.it wouldn't hove been possible. COUNCIL I So .S a. FW

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Th. Independn Flodd AltIgatqr, Thanday. Febrtiory 3, Nr5 og 7 Senator proposes bi By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer. Sen. Jack Gordon, D-Miamni. announced Monday that he is submitting a bill to the Florida Senate to put three students on the Board of Regents Gordon. vice chairman ot 'the Senate Education Committee, proposed the sanmt bill during last spring's legislative session. [he bill, amended in committee to have two student regents. died on the Senate floor, said Gordon. GORDON'S BILL will increase the regents number to 12. with at least two of the three students undergraduates. State University System, Chancellor Robert Mautz said "students are a special interest gmoup'" and should therefore not be on the board which governs Florida's nine state universities,. 'The regents are not representative of' any group or special ierest." said Mwautz. He said the regents "try to hear from all interests and make a non-special interest decision." "IF WE DWDN'T HAVE good comnmunication with students.' Mautz said, 'then I think there would be reason to give them a voice." By proposing student regents. Mautz said. "you have opened the door to a major change in the composition of the board Mautz expressed coitcern that faculty and other interests would also seek representation on the board. However. Gordon said. "When they're paying die same share of expenses as the students are. then I'm all in favor of it.'' STUDENTS ARE BEARING 22 pei 'ceni di te higher education budget. said Gordon. placing them in the position of employers ather than the employe position ot faculty "Students are entitled to have somec control o'er their education." said Gordon. calling the system "big and impersonal" "flhe people in charge of 'citing policies ought to hear front the consumer' studentss).'" he said. THE RECENT PROPOSAL that the I egents consider eliminating freshman and sophomores from the University ol South Florida and Florida I echnological University. triggered his re-submission of the bill. Gordon said "That '.hole discussion was carried on without anybody giving a damn about the students." he said. [he regents are looking at the current financial situation of the university system with the "point of view of preserving as many jobs as they can." said Cordon. "THAT'S THE TAXPAYER'S point of view." he said. "There is no one speaking up for students." Gordon said he saw no reason for taculty to seek representation on the board. "particularly with collective bargaining." Gordon said he hoped interested students would back his proposal by writing to their legislators, and that the newly organized student lobby would support his efforts as much as last year's student leaders. After it is introduced in the senate, the hilt wiii probably be referred to the Senate Education Comimittee mn March. and then to the Senate floor, according to Senate staff education committee member Torn Furlong. NsrOFIS DIG~r e Ms Prut PE CofSc VPSOU 5YMCSU\ --.---.------*OtJ ,~at'4T FEB.11t ?%I U-ASW'JlP~ V/pIgA4 For GODOTf .---------tueS4AYfl4#T Fe ---------~'MSotgs Ni6hT COT' -.---W94PA t&&IT FEE.F t.3o i'nE W5ON LkASCSTVA I L1. I Lii FnEP alirnas 9L11rW 1211 S.W. 1 (CmC. A SURE CURE FOR THE MIDTERM EA 4 I N k alIenf B great ectawrs, potato salad, cole slew & baked beans make a great late nite snack for late-nite studies or parties. Or, If .you're just downright hungry, allt"s subs, combos & sandwiches are Mtill Galnesvitle's finest quality & best value. Beat those munchies tonight, and wake up tomorrow with a smile in your stomach WATCH TOMORROW'S ALLIGATOR FOR A PRICI-SUSTIN' WEEKEND SEER SPECIALI r1 TAKE -OU FREE DELIVERY MON-SAT. 10-2 AM SUNDAY 10-12:3Q AM 'I'D -GI' Al thAv T CALL for student regents EA T jflN lian

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Pag.S. The Independent lodda AlIgaorv, Thurmdoy Febrvory 13 197 EDITORIAL Prosecutor A Miami lawyer has made some interesting observations to the effect that last year's tlood of indictments against Florida Public officials illustrates important weaknesses in our state's stemm of criminal prosecution. Charles lntriago. former special counsel to the governor on organized crime, argued recently in the Miami Herald that it was only a unique set of circumstances that led to the indictments. He hints these circumstances allowed inxestigation ot official mischief In spite. rather than because, of Florida's system olf state's attorneys. And Intrnago argues further that since these circumstances are not likely to reoccur, now is the perfect time to establish an office of special prosecutor to keep labs on public officials in the future. Remember thai invcstigatibns into the issuance of state hank charters w as done first on the federal level, not by a Florida state attorney. And a probe into state education contracts was begun by a joint legislative committee. legislative investigations was turned er to grad juries. the results were indictments against the education commissioner, the state treasurer, comptroller, and a U.S. senator. Intriago makes the point that Florida's 20 elected state attorneys have been generally ineffective in routing out political corruption, even though they are the only state officers authorized to initiate crim inal trials. T he inconsistent quality of state attorneys was highlighted when the legislative committee felt compelled to ask Goy. Askew to bring in an outside state attorney to direct a Leon County Grand Jury investigation of alleged corruption in the Department of Education. The result was unintentional near-catastrophe. A skew appointed State Atty. T. Edward Austin from Jacksonville to handle the job. Austin brought with him some of his staff assistants, but he forgot they too needed to be sworn in by a Tallahassee circuit judge in order to advise the grand jury. Thus, because of a technical misstep, the Florida Supreme Court threw out bribery, conspiracy, perjury and kickback charges against former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian. It also placed in jeopardy state charges of corruption against Treasurer Thomas O'Malley and former State Sen. George Hollahan Jr. Intriago's solution is an appointed prosecutor with statewide jurisdiction. He should be authorized to what the attorney general cannot: initiate criminal trials. And he should have the investigative and legal staff to back him up. He should be appointed by the governor from a list of candidates screened and recommended by a nominating commission. The special prosecutor's term should be something like seven years. to remove as much as possible the pressures of lsoiv unlik isthe attorney general. the special prosecutor should have the power to supercede state attorneys when cases have statewide significance. Since there is some question whether a special state prosecutor can be established without a constitutional amendment, the best route is probably such an amendment. We hope our State Sens. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay. and State Reps. Sidney Martin and Bill Andrews. will get to work on the establishment of an office of state prosecutor who has the power to clear up shady dealings in Sunshine State government. S -N Friends ha ppe Have you ever asked alrien&. Why areyou going with him? and been told. 'No, there's nothing between us. We re lust triends." WHY IS Idendship assumed to be so unimportant compared with "romantic" love? Yes. I know that love is beautiful. Love is the sun, the moon, the stars. Love is like being hit by lighininglove is getting laid flht trouble with being hit by lightening is it doesn't happen very often and the etfrcts usually wear off. in contrast, friendship happens all the time. Since we're more likely to have friends (or nmort friends anyway) than lovers, why not give them some importance. too? MANY TIMES, a friendship can be more D & MA (Deep and Meaningful) than a love affair. Toooften. "love" is based on superflcialities. But friendship develops slowly, out of shared experiences and interests. Last quarter I sat near a male in sociology class. One day he struck up a conversation. After talking for a few minutes. he asked me for a date. I panicked. I didn't even knoy him! How could I possibly tind anything to say during an evening out alone with someone I dIdn't know? Why did he ask me out? He had no idea what I was like. What gave him the idea I might be worthwhile company? -The only conclusions I could reach were that he was desperate for a date, or else approaching me for sex. Neither conclusion exactly made nit feel wanted for myself. THAT'S WHY friendship is so much more of an ego buzz. You're being sought out by people who have really gotten to know you, by being in the same organization, working on projects. or whatever. You know they appreciate the real you. Friendship has room to accomodate more of the changes people go through. In contrast, society's definition of romantic love is very limited. A love affair has a definite beginning and end. You fall in love and then fall out. Friendships can last a lifetime, but love affairs rarely do. Friendship is not as limited or demanding. You don't have to -e worried if your friend doesn't call for three days. You the time don't expect your friends to confine their interest only to you. In romantic love, you idealize your loved one. He's the prince on the white honse. Then as you spend more time with him, all too soon the tiaws become obvious. Or perhaps it just becomes apparent that this pemson isn't who you thought he was. I HAVE tbund that women can be more supportive than anyone else in friendship. After all, we are trained to be sensitive to others' feelings, to be helpful and comforting. Why not take advantage of these characteristics by being friends with your sisters -rather than confining your friendship and support to men? Women are laugh to approach Iovn and friendship Ironm a different angle. Friends fit into a woman's lit. Lovers run it. It's expected that a woman will uncomplainingly quit her job and leave her friends behind if her husband decides to move. MEN ARE supposed to come first in a woman's life Friendships with other women shouldn't be important; after all other women are just competitors tin the attention of men. Actually, this is often not the case. Like many other women, I never would admit it. but I always enjoyed the company of other women. I never felt the strain, the need IC act a role. I didn't have to act impressed or worry about how I looked; I could be myself. I have friendships with men who mean a lot to me. hut I still treasure my women friends above everything. I ,outd never cancel my plans with a woman at the last minute just because a man asked me out. Being a feminist has tauplht mie to value myself as a woman and a human Wing. Because I am able to love myself. I love other women. tOO. d F k The Independent Florida Alligator Gl Gmeican IA "Toy" Kanduior TornMocNomowo Lyndo Hontlaf se. Covids5mWh Edlor-In-chiMf DavidMaein Newskdtoe T.n W.d -n wliio conno hfugn.n LoyoutMdter Ann Mv.l~ng Pftdsc~n Me.qer U"'b""""c4" M''. Manon Ltou osta Campus Commh noninmc'~lU n P.O. hax 132M UnlvrVttY sInn. cOnwwdlh. Moddo *na dse bdme CeS n01kg ki" '73 W leuStv Asnrngum m. ,i. phnsaM MudStputsfl 14f r

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L andlord-tenant r ig hts EiDhTORz 1he lollovwng statement mn your story on landlord-tenant rights 4 Friday. Jarnuany 31) is soleewarahffieading: ". ,tenants must notify the landlord %CVCnb 4ablbre vacattng. If they fail to do this they'lose their security deposit. THE NOTICE requirement referred to is m i Section 83.49(5). Florida Statutes. which is in amendment effective I October 1974. It st'pulates that a tenant who vacate, or abandon. the premises prior to expiration cii the term specified an the written lease or vacates or abandons premises rented under a periodic tenancy (week to week, month to month, quarter to quarter or year to yearly sha ll notify landlord by certified mail at least seven days prior to vacating or abandoning. Failure to give such notice relieves landlord of the notice requirement placed on him by Section 83.49(3)4.). Florida Statutes. Fhe amendment apparently applies only to situation where a tenant breaches a lease written to, a specified number of successive weeks, months or quarters or terminates or abandons a rental unde, a periodic tenancy without giving the advance notice required in Section 83.57. Florida Statutes. It does not necessarily thllow that tenant s failure to give the required notice in the required from wil lead to irretrievable loss of the security thouh th te a m have goo cuet the periodic tenancy'. THilS RESULT follows because the tenant's failure relieves the landlord of the landlord's duty, under Section 83.4(3X)4.) to give notice in writing by certified mail of land lord's intention to impose a claim against the deposit. Such notice by the landlord must be given within IS days after tenant's vacating and huht be addressed to tenant's last known mailing address, which could be the premises just vacated if tenant fails to give a forwarding address. The landlord forfeits his right to manke any claini against the deposit if he does not give notice by the method required within the time prescribed. It the landlord gives timely notice, the tenant then has IS days within which to raise his objections. i ay. Thereafter the court can zidjudicate the rights of the parties to possession of the depoit. the issues having been framed by the exchange of notices and the tenant's raising of objections. Consequently. we recommend that tenants lollow the notice requirement placed on them by Section 83.49(5) tbr the reasons stated above and because the practical operative effect of advance notice to the landlord knight enable the landlord to rerent the unit with SeCOnAC EDITOR: rhis is a grievanct list presented by a ihird year student who is tired of this school's second dlas attempts to run a first class athletic program. This list or shortcomings includes both intranimi aund intercollegIate lprosramL. I challenge those involved swith these programs,. especially Athletic Director Ray Graves. to reply to my list of deficIencies with either solutions or rebuttals. I. A second rote tat best) basketball racilits. 2. Nearly no outdoor basketball courts. and the tnes 'se do have are so poorly kept tip that it's pathetic. 3. A soccer field that's in terrible shape because some high ranking otlcial decided that it would imake a od 'can s Minm, titbha I game. i 4. I no few ekctt',il aid handball coin o .p mmini el ncien loss I has result xwout thetn i ather tcearly entitle the tenant to refund ol the deposn. less any jgsbl. flmrs hr cleaarn costs, repaims or rpbamnt. I the nlotte is not given. many days might elapse before the 'acancy is discovered Under some Circtumstdm~es the rent loss might eat up the security deposit and leave the landlord im a position to obtain d udgm~ent for additional rent Ins damages at the end of the next succeeding ient paymbent period or the end of the lease term. ThE REQUIREMENT is fair to the landlord in that it enables him to protect his property and, under many circumstances, to imitigate his rent loss damages. It is fair to the tenant in that the landlord wilt usually cooperate mn efforts to rerent since he is interested in rental income, not the right to a lawsuit. If these eftorns are successful the tenant's liabilities for rent loss damages would be reduced if not eliminated. It must be pointed out, however, that the 'even day notice requirement does not substitute tbr the number of days of advance notice required under Section 83.57 to terniiate wIthout lIabIlIty ol periodic tenancy. that is, one not covered by a written lease specifying a term of successive week,, months or quarters. If t rent is paid in advance by the week, the week to week tenancy may be noic no es tha see dy beor ten before the end of any quarterly period: If the by the year. not less than 60 days before the end of any annual period. It should also be pointed out that the statute does not require a tenant to give the landlord advance notice of the tenant's intent to terminate occupancy a few days or more before the termination date of a lease, with the terms of which the tenant has fully coniplied. For example, the lease ends on 31 August; the rent is paid through that date. but the tenant plans to vacate on 20 August. All he has to do is move out in proper order and return the keys to the landlord. For practicalI reasons, however, the tenant should give the landlord written notice by ordinary mail or hand delivery as to the exact day he intends to vacate. WE HOPE this attempt to clarlfy the purpose and effect of the notice equirenments '.il enable tenants to nicet their obligations and protect their rights more effectively. Any student who has a questIon relatIng to the landlord-tenant laws should feel fret to call us (392-2181) or drop by to discuss It. Carl B Opp Supervisor Off-Campus Section claOs s in those games on campus. 5. A pool facility that is literally a joke as far as intercollegiate standards are concerned. 6. A second class Iootball coaching staff, which is large in numbers and salaries, but low in quality. (Maybe one day Jimmy Dunn and Doug Dickey will discover that the object of havinA the ball on offense is toscore and not just maint ain favorable field position and gi'e the defense icre!.) -. A baseball program w hich battles w ith mediocrity in a state ,'here baseball should be king. $. An intramural programs so poor' aruii that thr iiearl; the entire Ibaskelbiall scjsOiI *n a it'd 1"w 'Il 0m Nt ',' t eo h 0 IIe 'iim '1h ENhlet ic s Would t it be great to watch ai home golf match for once? It is obvious that nearly every athletic program has some sont of deficiency that keeps it from being first rate. It is my hope that this letter will spark some action an'd maake this university the first class place it could be, instead of the second class place It is. John Bell 3ED out D~il Em,.rOammemlEdidr Ron conrunghon, AMsOCIO'td,.or CGecrgehnc'inmc.-o'o Ed,,or Gregrrr 5Qors~tC' flod' kwrnor' Ait Newtd Uk Th. independn* florid. AMigeir. Thumr. Pebmuery i. 1975. Pag. 9 Is on frshmn enough a' EDlTOR: Phis ielieris ot tesponl;e to the article mn he Ictuan' 10th Aligjioi conicernmitg the .lppomznent of Dwight Hill. IUC. finance and banking major. I have nothing personal against Dw.ight. hut what im the torld wa. Don [obeck thinking cii Shen he appointed this Utivernitv College student to mIestigate the profits of the Campus Shop 'and Bookstore. It would appear that such an undertaking '.ould require more than one freshman, Surely the Student Government could find a hetrr mean, of in'C'tL da ing the hookstorc's profits. or w.as I his their iento It smel Is like the typical w hue-wash lob. The records shocid be reviewed by an in,estigatfng committee and opened to the public's cevie'. as stated by the Sunshine Law We teed there something fishy going on w uth the campus Lbooksiore's profits and would like to see that sonic truth conies out of this investigation for the students' sake. George Lawrence 4AS Hairy Williams 2UC ADVICE & DISSENT -f a tref EDITOR. I find creasingly difficult to sw the attitudes of people Mr. Jones (Letter to Editor Feb. 10) who see suggest that the media st confine its coverage to "p news. Perhaps it is easicri more comforting simply One hearkens back t4 old adage which asks if a falls in a forest and nobW there to hear it -do really fall? I contend th does whether or not noticed, and Its fall inevitably. cause r4 cussions. Better for us al we are aware of the demise that we might I prepare ourselves for ha, to (olkiw. The simple inallow like the m to .ould ood'' rand not hap, the tree dy is as t tat it it Is is that we all cannot personally scrutinize entire court proceedings: neither can each of us individually observe what goes on in every other sort of governmental or political process. Does this mean that we have no right to P"*erhaps Mr. Jones would advocate total ignorance, for. after all, ignorance is bliss. A person without the capability to analyze and evaluate what he reads probably is better off in the dark, this much is true. mlUSt. I also find it impOssible to. per in any way. justify cheating that based an whether or flat a ttf's student felt an exam to be letter "fair'. What is 'fair'? Does "hat this mean that the student must be able to pass it easily. truh tith little preparation? truthWhen 'ou leave the definition cii that "ord to each student's -tonscienice, I think 'ou'lI find its int erpret at Ion varies greatly in direct proportion to the variances of Individual consciences. R-is is exactly the kind of arionale that has gotten tils tsou nI' it) its current moral quam. I otse thct c are phlem,' 'm hin the i,. I hrouigh w;hat other -. ii .d \' Jiocs educational system and, for that matter, most other systems. I can never condone. though, the attempt to combat these problems with unethical methods 8 methods which are, at best, a flimsy excuse for getting oneself through school whatever the ana-ged to "graduate from "the systems wthout resorting to such dubious solutions. I ThINK the problem is precisely whether or not the Alligator (or any other arm of the media) can get down to the truth of the matter. It is the first painful step in cx. poing something that Is rotten in the attitudes of those who lie and cheat in order to get ahead, and those who tend to cast a blind eyr on such activities, or who coadouc them based on the rationale that they are due to "postWatergate morality" or any other convenient catch-all societal blight. It may be expedient, and certainly much easier for those who would rather not be bothered, liut ultimately we arc each responsible for our win actions. and it is time that "e take that responsil'ijtv seriously. if that is at all possible for some. 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P.9.10. The Independ.,*Rovidc AIgar, Thunday. Febnmory 13. 1975 pbs. hb, dhIp hi,. iA IAGIN ..cmwned MlsBlac uiet Unlon Beauty queen plans get people together By LINDA WISNIEWSKI A~lw tStaff Wdite "I leel excited. exaggerated. flabbergasted. but gooood!" exclaimed Lila Ragin upon being crowned UF's Miss Black Student Union Tuesday night. As the new Miss Black Student Union. Ragin said she plans to "gel my people together and get them on the right track on the University of Florida campus." DURING ONE PART of the beauty pageant. which is one of many activities planned during Black History Week, each of the five contestants was asked a different question. They did not know the questions in advance, but had to answer in front of the audience and judges. Ragin had to complete the sentence "1 am black and ." with more than one word. the new Miss Black Student Union declared. "I anm black, and I anm proud. I an, intelligent. I anm bold, and I an' somebody." RAGIN, WHO IS FROM Miami. list, as her hobbies dancing, reading and "meeting eple Voters registe A 'oler registration dine. sponsored by the UF Circle K (liub im cooperation "ith the Supewrvlsor ol Flections of Alachua County. SII be held on the Ploza ol the Americas Feb. to The I 9-year-old sophomore said she plans to major in public relations. Rtagin was chosen from a field of five contestants. The others were Susan Wright, tinst runner-up: Gennctte Johnson. second runner-up: Renetta Saunders. third runnerup: and Bonnie Wilson. fourth runner-up. EACH OF THE contestants won gift certificates donated by various Gainesville merchants because "every girl is a winner."~ said Amanda Hulliard, pageant organizer and former Miss Black Student Union. "We want the pageant to give black women on campus a chance to identify with someone who represents the total black woman." Hilliard said. The ive contestants were chosen from 30 applicants who had to answer in 30 words or more the question. "Why do you want to be Miss Black Student Union?" Hillhard said. All live contestants competed in evening gown. sportswear. and talent competitions lor Ru gins selection in, the talent come petition. %he performed an interpretive dance 10 the sonpgs "For the Love of Money" and "Young. Gilled, and Black r next week 1$. 19 and 20. Circle K i xpiisormg~ the drive as part of Circle K week. iiarking the 11th annmvcrsary at Circle K at lF. WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 750 2205 NW Oth St. OFF-OFFOFF* 2-icabets Si1pcauets cmalpbesd 378-7411 I U Buy Quality -Low Price NOW OPEN 7041 siA WEEK! "Beat Inflation .Weekdays 3-8 Do It'houreir'Sunday 9-3 Foreign & Domestic Parts 4404MW l3thSt Ph.277-4477 I

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1%. Indep.4dsfi RM.d AlIpeir. Thudq., F.&.vay I3. 1971 Peg. I I If you went dving ina Florida cave would you he able to find a way out? "D 4MGCAN 3E SAFE." Allen said, "it's foolishness that hughs people wtderwatey." "I If the reason thate people went tothis place (Blue Sink) because they knew they couldn't get in to a state park ltproper equipment." Allen said. Desah said the atiractioc to Florida caves and springs is lik noher place in the world. "m*ANPORD (VLA.} KEEPS the motels filled all the time with divers coming down to dive in the caves," Desautels said. The dangers of fresh water diving ane not decreased by the absence of caves, Collins said. "Under IU0 fret, the increased pM'tia pressure of nitrogen in the bloodstream has strange effects," Collins stid. This INCREASE PRODUCES a condition called nitrogen narcosis, or as Jaques Cousteau described it, "rapture of the deep". This condition can cause a diver to do strange things,. Collins said. Under the intoxIcating influence of this blood condition, a diver night even believe he no longer needs his air tanks and discard them. Or he may simply panic. Collins said. NOVICE DIVERS WHO VENTURE into deep water flay also be stricken with the "bends" or the formation of nitrogen bubbles hi the bloodstream. Collins said. Oxygen consumption increases proportionally with the mocrase in pressure on she diver's body, Collins said. As a result, a diver may run out of air unexpectedly and be forced to rise quickly without taking time to acclimate his body to the change in pressure,. COLLINS COMPARED ThE EWFECT of rising too hast with opening a coke bottle. "There's -o bubbles in the bottle when the caps on. The pressure is about three atmospheres." But when the prmsue Is released on the body, nitrogen bubbles form and cat injure or kill the dver when they "block something, an artery or a nerve ending."' "Basic people shouldn't go down there." Collins said. "There's nothing down there." DR. L.F. WAGOWW of the UP Physical Education Department calls scuba diving in any fbrm. "the moat dangerous activity on the face of th. euuth." Waglow said that while proponents of the sport cite figures modicatlng therelathvey low number of deaths compared to the number of certified divers, they ignore the amount of time spent in the water as a factor. Minute for minute, Waglow said, the death rate for scuba divers might be as high as the mortality rate for people suffering from heart disease. THE DANGERS OF DIVING "don't have any respect for anybody, even the well experienced." Waglow said. In spite of' his views. Waglow does not support legislated restrictions on spring and cave diving. 'People are going to do this whether you legislate against it or preach against it like I do." Waglow said. THERE ARE NO DELLS pre-filed in the Florida legislature to restrict fresh water scuba diving at this time. St ate law does require divers to carry a pressure gauge. ight~knife. depth gauge, and watch when diving in state parks. In add Idie, a number of dive shops will not fil air tanks for non-cewtifled divers. T11E3E ABE SAFE WAYS TO DIVE, according to Desautuls, and essential to safe diving ii proper equipment and ttaulwg. In mast of the cases when Desatels wuscalled to recover the body of a droinial diver, a gulde line was not used. A diver can rin out of air and be without light in a cave, according to Desautels, and still have a good chance of coming out alive if he has a guide line to lead him back to the entrance of the cave. DESAUTELS ALSO RECOMMENDS the use of a primary light of at least 30 watts in addition to a safely light when cave diving. "Experienced cave divers don't usually drown." Desautels said. Desautels recommends SO regular dives be completed along with a special county in cave diving, before cave explorations are attempted. DESAUTELS SAID) STATE IMPOSED regulations are not the solution to diving deaths. Under existing state restrictions for diving in state parks. "If you wanted to float down the ltchnetucknee with a scuba tank, you would have to carry a pressure gauge and a buoyancy compensation device. That's the kind of craziness you get when you try to legislate restrictions." "The main thing is to educate not legislate." Desautels said. In the first eight months of 1974, 22 people died In fresh water diving in Florida and another 11 died in ocean diving, out 1 of an estimated 100,000 divers who use Floriday waters for thefr sport.

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'.ltlb "ted".ddntR. Mi.r hnido. Febnr Ii 1975 Smokers I By PAf'TI ROTH AIlwh toStaff Writ., With 150 and the desire to stop smoking you can take the non-credit "How to Stop Smoking Course" sponsored by the Dtvtsion of Continuing Education and the College of Health Related Professions. the tird and toutt t imes Feb. 10.17 and Feb. 24-March 3. rhe classes sit limited to 20 participants. SOB SCHARKCEY, A PARTICIPANT of the last program, described himself as S "walking turnace" until he quwt smoking. He had been smoking up to three packs a day for 22 years. Scharkey. publisher of the High, Sprmngs Herald. tried to quit several tivia before raking the course but always began smoking again within a week. Ir's been about three weeks since Scharkey completed the course, and he said. he's convinced he will never smoke again. "TED IREISS IS A DYNAMITE in'trictor," said Scharkey. Hens and the reinforcement from others in the class were primarily responsible for his success. Scharkey said. Success rates of the 00per cent and 95 per S Scott. coordinator previous courses were cent, said Dr. Beritice for the Division of Soldiers can B, JEREMIAH TURNER Alligator Staff Writer ReL rut, im t-A trm' w.l now he able to cirmpletc tip m tw '4 car' ot college credit Career weekend set at law center ic1eruitnment semmiinr w.tll be held I hursdai. I-tb 3 through Saturday. Feb. IS it the Spessard Holland LaCenter to incerest student, in business or legal careers Between 23-34) student participants ha'e been multed Ironm southeastern colleges and w lbe jtiendmrw (he seminar., I here w'ill he a dinner at 5 pnm. on Sagurday. the last da, of the semmnar. mi the \rredondo Room~ ol the I. Wasne Reiti ['mon Charge for the dimner is 46. &ny %IIudetlts ,.ho 'ant to attend the banquet or need further inibrmauion about the 'emmtar should contact Dean Thomas Moore at te e College of Lat. 'he seminar is sponsored b) the Black LEn Students Association. the Colleges of Last and Busmness Adnimistralson. the La. Student Division of the American Bar Association and the La Students Civil Rights Research Council. earn to quit Continuing Education THE COURSE USES NO DRUGS or hypnosis, said instructor Rossa. The method used is positive thinking, he said. "I change thinking patterns." said Reins. Smoking Is a netatiwe habit. he explained. I he coorse attempts to replace the negative habit wilh positive pauterns of thought and behavior, he said REISS, WHO DEVELOPED the program with his wife. an occupational therapist. said he helps to stimulate motivation. In his own words. Reiss is the "boy scout helping the lady across the street." flht participants must do a lot on their own suhas following eating requirnments and tctsson exercises, he said. REISS, LEVY COUNTY special education coordinator for Chiefland Elementary School said his stop smoking program is unique because ideas have been taken from a variety of fields including psychology. business, and special education. He has studied success. packaged it program. and applied it to smoking. Reiss. in a said It's important for students to realize the dangers of smoking. said Reas Most college students, at a physical prime, lack motivation to stop, he said. A pplications for the course are available in nrtim W7 of the Seagle Building. get credit during their three-year enlistment, thanks to a ne'. Army program. fhc program. Army Help for Education dnd De'elopment IAHEAD) is designed to cnablc a lull-time enlisted soldier '.ho has somipieced his lirsi si, months of trading to take college credit course ahich ail be paid for hsthe Arm,.mina whool near his base THESE CREDITS will then iransfer back to the enhistee's home college and count 'o-ards a degree At the end of a three-,ear enlistment, the 'eteran can go back to the home college and use the accumulated credits to count to,.ard a dtegree lie tan earn his degree under the G I 8.1 entitlhng hinm to up to 45 months of benefits. or approximiatey 18. THE NEW PROGRAM 'as prompted by recent Defense Department figures ,hich %ho,. for the first halt of fiscal year ?975. 66 per cent ol the enlistees bor all armed services "ere high school graduates. Arms Chiif of Staff Cen. Fred C. Wayand sd the program ns aimed at 'the young man or .onman 'ho is highly motivated and college-oriented." Sin. Barnes of the Gainesville recruiting agency' said that UF and Santa Fe Comnimunmt' College have not yet joined the lrmgraml. as &X0 other colleges and univershties have, but he expects they sill in the t tire. bcn~i0~ u~~njp~qd ot eii t SOCfC0 Qi~~ hicituq de (ic tt~dh t~ e~og~tcd0 m'pac3 SUNDAYS AT HILLEL JEWISH CENTER BR UNC H 1 1:00 A.M. CONV ERSA TIONA L H EBR EW -ADV ANCED 7:00 P.M. BEGINNERS 8:00 P.M ISR AEL I D ANC ING-8:OO P.M. TH IS SUNDAY 1:00 P.M. LEARN TO BAKE DONUTS C Ft U h I 8:3 P.M. F D El E U .1 Dv 8th ING SE St. NO COVER ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY-CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW BEGINNERS 7 P.M. flSmplaiS rueJ. S ..* Le Lrs **es.= r= *w ww* '-* -** *"-**.-~.-h.,*. ---u,.

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______ 44~ By Robin W illiams When we ceebrat. St Valentines Cay tomawgw, friends and lovers will be conurlbutIng to a tradition -s old as Herw come the Lupercolia, a pagan Roman feest held to ausure the feri'tlty of animals, field,, and people. In midFebruary the young Roman men put the nc-es of young girl. into a box and each drew a name. The gil a man chose would be his partner during the festival. The second event came about Feb. 14 271 when the Roman authorities beheaded St. Valentine for Insulting Pan, Juno and Venus (the gods of the Lupencalla), LA eqkalmond tree grew and blossomed on his grave a short time otter the burial. Down through time, the two occurances become confused in people. minds. Possibly the early Church encouraged thIs not liking ft see wild caortings of fertility In the Roman streets. The English come up with some interesting variations on the loving theme. One of th. first was that birds choose theIr motes on St. Valentines Day. This was soon changed to say that young women chose their mole on Volentines Coy. In the 14001, it was assumed an urnerngaed g'i would marry the first bachelor she met on the fateful morning. If there was someone she did not wis flS!r2yht Was avoided. If no suitable bachelor hod shown up by noon. there was a fool-prodf charm for finding your lover: 'On Valentine. Day take two bay leants sprinkle thorn with rose water and place thorn on your pillow In the evening. When you go to bed pon a clean nightgown turned inside out, and whisper 'Good Valentine, be kind to me, in dream. let me my true love see.The first record of a written valentine is In 1477 and Is addressed 'Unto my right weheeovyd Veluntyne, John Fasten, Squyer'-. In some parts of bngand, no work was don. on St. Valentine.' Cay until the postman camel By the 1660's It was the custom for a young lady to announce her choic, of favored salter in the morning -in the expectation of receiving a gilt f mm him In the evening. The Victorian em went in for initimental and lavishly extmavegens valentine. A common subject wa despaIring and melancholy gentlemen and ladle. languishing away from love. Silhouettes, often surrounded by a gilt frmme, were frequently sent as valentine. Many, like the one of Millie Slake, hove a story behInd them. At the starn of the nineteenth century, Millie's sea captain husband went away on a voyage from whldt he never retumed. Before aighe akd his wife to leave e candle during In their window to guIde him home. (see page 2) I

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Love (from pope i) Millie burned o candle for him every night until she died and her descendent, did so for generations until th. family died out. Esther Howland of Mossachusttt never married but she turned love Into a $100,000 a year busines, far herself. Esther and her friends mode th. fiat moms produced valentines in the 1850. Checks on the "Bank of Love" wore a taOri1'. comic valentine In the IOO0s and so were othen more calculated to hit a tender spot. In the 1920s, a magazine writer complained Ihe custom of valentines declaring love and esteem had been, replaced by down-to-earth postcards with auch messages o i go for you Toot. How about It?" But a check of todays survived, with more of Messages vary f m casual "Valentine. my ii the timeless "Today, t you. stores reveals sentiment has o tendency to shnplkclty. he sentimental poem, to Ihe thing -mimses your thing' to morrow. forever -i lv Which is the best ;y for you In,. haow vun,' l *15 to tell the one you ---y Hokw much do you know about diamonds? Kf you're like meet young couples In ione, you knoe very little. That's why you should place your confIdence In a trinted name like ArnCarved. Each ArnCarved diamond Is selected by an nxprt gmoI@g1 t or ts wiperb cut, dlarfty -n calr. When It meets Arl~arved's demanding Standards,. it's placed In a setting that enhance, It. beauty even more. Come In today lo see our eight distinct ArtCarved fahincollectoul.Is.v WE THU GAINIIVII'MAIL LOVE Advertising Section t A, earn uAst if Wv, 403* UNWE Mo mr /129 w U*rnny AVe~jvuc.

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np; o re puk. urkOAke hlue h'dw~ ovte yo0u. II t-In-Plowers I ItO N. W. SI AVENUE MON-SAT 10-9 373-4875 1 ':ry; ~~LOVE Advertising Lover Roses are red Violets are blue If you don't nail Cupid The concept of Eros love was created when who world was formed and the early Greek gods had their problemsThe personification of love (Eros or Cupid) I, sold to be the son of Aphrodite, goddess of love. He I. 'eon either gs a chubby little boy or a handsome man with the power to caume people to eove or hate. Apollo made the mistake of telling Cupid to leave archery to the "big boys". Cupid retaliated by shooting his gold tcpped arrow into Apollo's heart and causing him so fall in love with a nymph named Daphne. Unfortunately for Apollo's passion idiot a lead tipped arrow at Daphne that mode her hate t siht of th. god. So as Apollo chased Dapim. around around, Cupid went hack to his archery. But CupId fell In love with himself and wins a place in our gailefy of love. His mother, Aphrodite, became jealous of a mortal (Psyche) whom people were calling "another Apphrodite". She ordered Cupid to make the girt fall In love with the ugliest, poorest moral possible. Cupid sow Psyche, fell deeply in love and carded her off to a palace. She never saw hint (he cam. at night) but they were very happy until her sisters persuaded her he wasomonsterfatenlng her up for t. kill. She spied oui Cupid one night as ho slept beside her but he woke up and left her Psyche killed her jealous sisters (on elf eclive way of slopping people who destroy your marriage) and wandered the world searching for her husband. Eventually they reunited since Cupid found he was misermbie without hor, In 12th Centu'y Fonce, Abelard and Helaime bit Cupid's dart and lived one of t most tragic. beautiful love wlore. In hismoy. Abelard, a prieSt and scholar, became the hter to Heloise, th, niece of a Coann Fulberl. Section -1 K J They fell deeply In love -and were marrded. although Heloise was willing to live without mondage if a marriage would hurt Abelard with the church. Soon they had a son. When her uncle discovered t marriage and child, he sent men to Ahelard's home end hod him costrated. Ahelord retired to a mqnastary and Helolse to a nunnery but their love remained constant. She wrote him taon afterwards that his love had made her the happiest of women. .r.aised her above all warn. The English Civil Wordo the 166 caused Iwo lovers to postpone their wedding plant. Williame Tenple, an author and satemon, fell in 'love with Crmthy Osbome. He began to admire her when 'he took th. blame for an acddo deanirulon her braiharwsomlhd, secure In her trust -hwy would not lmprison a flenea She was Immediately .4free and he'i kither probably weld to keep on eye.o her. But the Temple. were for Nrflament and tbe Osbomes for the King. William arid his Dlcehy wore separated by theIr famIlies for, sven years. Then Dorothy contacted 'Imalipox and was left badly pllsd. Mtler this, seeing the two woeS still in lovm 4. families relented and.4he couple hod 37 years of a happy maolge. not telertlwng In he earIy id, rescued the poee EHisgbeAe lanes frcm-a'fynnical father and the libfee monveld.Hebtok hersuth tcWity where her health .yesovsred enuau 'ter lull, happy montlage(Includhng Ste blrth. bf'son.) Browning broke -fraught.Uhimbedh's iSlion at hone ad -hie frequefl BlMre yiEsls and esm -opetl wee her heat. She Usa -ssse her love Merhim in fl.k of poems mlled g'iuwwwflm the Pordugeisoe"% which she dheed hIda only altar the marriagb. .(,e page 4) For Someone Spodial on Valentine's Day 4 'A Unique Plant Boutiqpe" Na32Z807 W University Avenue HANGING BASKETS -TEARARIUMS -FLOOR PLANTS -POTTEAY t.~ ~ fla, ll0lf 70l1I M~ Qe S, Sunday 1:00-5:00 .a8-2a97. L 'I .... Hurripi 9a.m. 69e to km b*41 iy PlasSlud. .374.44: : / ur L t

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Lovers (from page 3) When th. Puritans came to America. so did she eternal triangle -John Alden, Priscilla Mullins and Miles Standish. Standish fell for the fair Priscilla but was too bashful to ask her to many him. So he sent John Alden to propose In his place. Priscilla listened to Alden's words for his friend and aked "Why don't you speak for yourself, John?"' She and John were married a short time later. America's founding fathers hod their own share of romance. Thomas Jefferson's lady love was a pretty widow who had many suitors. One day two of the other suitors challenged him to test the lady's feelings. He was to enter the house, propose and if she accepted ploy a tune on his fiddle. If unsticcesiful the others were to hove a chance. Jefferson began playing his fiddle five minutes after entering the house. The jig's up' one of the suitors said. and they left. George Washington formed a deep attachment to Sally Fairfax, who was 376-7181 LOVE Advertising married to his best friend. He lot., recovered and had a successful marriag, with Martha Custis. The heart of former Chief Justice John Marshall was captivated by a 14-yearold charmer who told her sister she would~ set her cap' for him. They were married as soon as lisr porents sold ashe was old enough. Of oil this century. love stories, few ore as romantic os thot of the Duke and Dutchess of Windsor. He was te Prince of Wlns expected to be King of England, when fell in love with the American Wollis Worfield. She was divorced and a commoner so Edward faced steep family opposition. Her informality, sense of humor and obvious concern for him were something Edward hod never cx-s perienced before. When he knew Wollis returned his love, the then king gave up the throne of England. The Duchens now soys of their early relationship 'I listened and I sympathized and I understood: and I guess he needed that" Thene lines the Duke wrote her could easily have been a valentine: My friend, with thoe to live alone Methinks were better than to own A crown, a scepter and a throne. ay what you're feeling ith a Floral V alentine from oste ta nas I .ay 7 rwur5 1510 N.W. 13th St. Ask your lover to be your heidi SWith a Gator COmsified! --"w,---_r-r,-___r _ -_ r 2* Section DOMINO'S ANNUAL In. --.r t 'I 321m ae smea Myr M o9 ari-

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Restaurant gunnet Stuihatchee, Fla. esh Setoe s, nappr v, ,< :aIlaps Crab Claws Jullel Shrimp s 'out Rock Shrimp In Unxepd Aei (one Crab Claws Pivate Paties Ever yhig repared Fresh For Yo u X Renabssance P uniin nc. FAST OFFSET PR/VNTING 200 copies fo $.95 IeI1 VI sO P 162V.uefit Ae Th.IndependerntfeddMlIgatrThunday,F.&nwry It, 1975, P.,. 17 Women in eROTC, allowed campE .4 Rape Awareness Day *, ...* **. ~ You're at work. Papers piled high on your desk. And you. Stomach Is saying "Grumble Grumble Grumble." SO you think to yourself, "How can I have a delicious lunch in a hurry, and never leave the office"? The Shelley's man comes through again, call him at 377-9555 and successful, Moro says An enormous amont ol rape information was given out Wednesday ilternoon making UF's first Rape Awareness Day a big success, according to Janis Maya. coordinator of the (lay's LWvntS. 1I he iormation was busy all day even while it was raining heavily im the afternoon," Mara said. "I was amazed that so tmany people showed up." According to Mara, most people w.ere interested in getting involved in the Rape Counseling and Information Service. answering telephones. Only women are allowed to answer the phones because it's hard to penetrate the barrier between the sexes after someone has been through a rape, Mara said. "This may change soon though. l'ye heard that there was a male rape in Gainesville recently," Mars added. Rape Awareness Day was sponsored by the Rape Information and Counseling Service in cooperation with the National Organization for Women. Concert raises funds SHELLEY'S DELIVERS RIGHT for Corner Drug Store I onight at the Longbranch Saloon lour acoustic musicians will provide the entertainment in a benefit concert for the Corner Drug Store. The.Jgg~ pusicianh are Frank Wbitcncck. Suzy Chorp. Dean Squires and Bill Snyde, g The charge is SI at the door. Ernernaisment fr from 9:30 po'. to 1:30 am. A!! proceeds go to the Corner Drug Store. 'A 4t~ By JEREMIAH TURNER AAp.tor StalffWriter 8eginn this summer. women will be able for the first lime to go ,wtth m'en to the Army ROTC's summer canmp Wfoiin Iwere accepted into UF's ROTC program two years ago. making UF one of only 10 universities in the country to TIS SUMMER WILL BE the first year a girl will be eligible for the six-week camp program at Ft. Brags. N.C. Li. Col John C. Carlin said. Tbe program, closed to women until now because junior standing w.as required. is a culmination of the three years spent in ROTC. Carlin said. The women will have to go through everything the men do except for slight modifications in the physical fitness program and an optional training in weapons. he said. BARRACKS IN THE CAMP have been revised to acconimodate the wonien, and WAC officers receintly took a test run through the camp to determine the feasibility of the course for women. At the canmp, participants will be put through extensive physical fitness training, actual field experience and will take turns leadinN their own platoon. The reaction of girls in the ROTC program to the availability of the new camp experience was one of enthusiasm,. SUZANNE WATKINS, the only girl in UF ROTC eligible to attend the camp this summer. said she is looking forward to the experience. She said she felt the campus ROTC program could be adapted more to a woman's career in the service and hoped the camp would offer her practical training for the future. Darlene Fuller. a freshman in the ROTC program, said she is looking forward to going to camp in two years. "I FEEL THAT I'LL learn a lot from the camp, and if the guys have to go, I don't see any reason why the girls shouldn't have to also,"' she said. [he number of women in ROTC has jumped from three last year to 23 this till, and Carlhn said he expects a good turnout in the future. Ibis sumnmer 170 cadets from the first region. encompassing all of the eastern coastal states, will be attending the camp, including trom the state of Florida Next sear more UF girls are expected to he attending the camp progt am. a' they will become eligible as luniors, 4' 1

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K C. WEt[ CQAfl 16' AiritnI w t40 Hp Me,cruise, Stil under warranty less hon 25 bins running Mull seC Coll 376-3365 (0lt* 75 0 Bufini Nine drower antique green formico 175 conrad guitar with case $35 parsasonic cassette recorder $6373611 I 3425 SW 2nd Ave 1204 (a Si 77p) 969 Pontioc Tempest Cuuiom S 2 door hardtop, air automatic power steering ind~o, overhead ram 6 18 pmrg $715 Coil 313-7794 [A 3t 79P) 21' holiday taro .with cobono fully fuinished imony dimrs $2in 0'f best offer lot 17 lynwood pork call 3768217 Vorinhi 200 electric start, ,tr.t model, new bottry, grat for around town. moM, off., Phone 377 1731, osk for john n0-3t S.p) FOR SALE r-emal, own ren central h-ac 8750 iub.e 2120 0 UfliW 2-bd dupi t,1 r4,) ave No pets ok den 'ye d) St SOFOR RENT FOR SALE 60' trailer centrol oir wosher dry.r dishwasher, Fenced yord shed fur n.hed 2 bdrn, 373 9153 376-8504 lo It 80p) 1972 dodge challenger air condition power steering runrorrg good good mvleoqa 340 engine call 372-8249 student asking $22 0. a51 S0-p) Old theatre poster, from Qrect clonsic mov,.s huvndrrd. to choose fron, coill Seamco rocket $20, electric 1ae adding machim, $20, Mediterroaon id. toble $15, waffle drot, 5 378.3153 o*-3t-11-P) kig size waterbed with liner loom pudding oMd From. $40 motor cycle hemet fo, to1. brand new never worn $2500 (alp) p78-5437 73 Sporiutr custom sect pipe. tar -0-0 rm1 much chrome prima condition 378764M evenings $2I00 will talk (n St 78-p) skunk deserted mol, with shots and pofp.rt cage and extra. 328 SW 34th St IS 5Fis Siiboot wi$hp Mecury and trailer ohm Excellent condition 1990 co11 morning or evening 373-5969 (a-Si78-P) s ty -r o n a$ e l c r 12 0 e e t i POE ENT I WANT TO ME? If you del.e to move fron. yewr preint locatiCnweCOiSrft5.Jb4S ft.ftndyeu o roomine~l mnedlley l NC CO$ST COll todoyll Uned kMa fas.l Msoc. 1we. 113 li 4Ah Ase fl-ip Ib-*r&t-c NEAT 1)E ICU#4G SIOEIIIe loe, ts te 6.ue -o -e 1.Mg hr *e aol .,. hr.,.ag e '. W. ha.e niny li 1 sad for t, -a sulI belkeem ,is I bl.ck. fmms -cin. IUS0.w.fwrnkhed. call f7l for0&"1' Vi"'"'iedee occpa"ncy. (S.4f7-P) L-te mom In d.u&i. wede for respoelble ferao4. Nrfea d -Sd. 9n.u mtk a Ull.Sdps.ht. erto call S48.13& (-S-77'.) v-s fgt shAme -bettoin#t. $gm n9, + olshbr.ew,~ VI. Ap1. S2 or el after 6 Jf7-q5e ;&tr-79Jj mobile hom. S5 12 3 hr 2 bol mobile home, clo. t campw censal hwot -i co"d 9k"''"""*e re"'pl*s ds'. ih coll 37-l3) 9-5 doIly (b-S-l.) 40 LES ATMO4TI 2 b.ee. fumi*hd units free, Sla5psr mronth: include. weser, sewp, gwrg. pup, st-conenIr, and y-r wae Prairie Poem for rent All utilitie, included Maid servic., oil unitS of air tend Iurnmshed oarons the steel from McOonold's $M 0 nonth 37Th9252 Con (bIt-SO-p) Own roam in 3 hi house Scautfl neighborhood oboot 3 miles Irom, UF Only 542 a month Cell Eric at 3732l6 otter 5 or 376-M4U before Ib.2t-W-p) I br unfurn opt $I30 a month pets welcome 4126 iw 17th p1 375-4295{b-3tUnited Q.I Estate MAso' II3NE lthAve 0wpdoys 77 ailir M JIhnen 2M3W. UnIv. An. 377 =1 Joseph ka n Cr LAETllA FANYfC DAY! la -.7-,'. a ToEoR mow s AsK SMs 7dBs 9t' $25 CE TONIGHT Co TES 9-1 OLDI EGOLDIE THURSDAY B FRIDAY THE ST'EPFORD WWVE Si AM794 N W 13th $ lit S .n 23rd SOUEVAROD QUAD BY REQUEST WhrtS SM MW l AMAULWNG MUdbO&t PIj LIZA MINNELLI 1 MICHAEa YORK JOEL CDEV -.--? *j tt .~ .I '5 S subkbq apt I', toy ? bedrmn both heot air carpes three blocks to CflmTpU5 1824 N W 3rd place No 3 come by ond see avoitobie nnw (b Si 77 p)__ .om In three bedrnom trailer in w.nd mneodow car, move m l,,si or riddle of march $65 + 13uq'btes sprele'jiudiOus and [tarot conl 373 5978 Ub 3t 8-pl_ 2 Female Qroommotes wonled for POOl yide French Quo,'., Apt 5625 i4 tuilhtie. noch coil 373 91 5S (b 5p80 I Own bedroom in 3 BR opt 2 both AC NW s.cOr semi Furmished, unique 75 m .jt'l Col 376 9755 Ask Ia. Buddy b at G p) $55 trilbtes poid-Exto sharp. opt No cot.e Lnrge cIeon rns with heat crt. dropcs and appliances (11275) OPen Idoys 2 bdr on 2 ocras-Spocious horm. tocoied wolking distance to campus Air, hoot gr.nhou. fenced Pets OKl 2'9 Th&$75 0. nearby lake, fan ttc WnIC Oper'7dayt 377-4992 SI S-Clean, lovely homn, Country living t cit A',. heat carpe dr as Opna-apn 37799 $75-Modular hom,. walking & bIking distance to campus lorge kd&5 fully furnI.hMd Avail in March (21110) no ft -l 9I 4 the -no law. ~4a "The 3033 Uege '""*S to ignegi Ms 0 UN 1 b 6t h 9:15 R EPOR T Myd. Irn Way,, ne hd. CukEm.a FRI FEDB. 14,1915 lda ~e D. Bon CHIc. I meta.ma g, imb Sigof gg gggggggg

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OR RENT moo'" it* wanted to iii.r. 3 ,ii ii V 'rgs Creek 88W a biiliies roll she. ar if ~rrshed opt nivolobie t ,0rin ti O 96permvvini 733~ IP' _ _ _ r01t'il wanted Itowhlou, pi N o 568 50 per month rn iruflg~ both mrediote hr furnished of 5)50 ma el Fe a~ife call 37375 e0nnni Wanted "iowolici, Aoable MornI (S-s.I-P) WANTED e wned #.gency Oaks, own $ a month pike Iutilili pwmappedlibm~erd .e '69 niv Ae C-S-I SM IC*7-02 lOA'M6P 7 DAYS A W( WANTED GOLD & SiiVEP Top pr e o ring., od aeweiry etc a' 9. On'. 3?3-3894 r 50 53 wanted orminbl -Holrre lemtil, Aodent $80r. behiam 3_73 1Q3 ird$1 wanted oudrtorinml icrfo Coffee House Sunday nj h,. Jewish Studenit Com ei'i r, Marlin 302 8661 C SP 8 HELP WANTED COLLEGE CAMPUS RElPE SENI1A Fu i Needed to sell erond Nom %,ero Compoent, to Studeni, at lowet pr, required, & rio Inquiries NYi F C(WO*NTS iNC 20 Poai Am. Foirf,.ld, New Jetsey 07706 d.omornd 201.2414 je lpi-S py e-.o.c.,efo,7yroldboymf, 2 pen mini have own tronspor toluon 12 hr pigs ST per day for gas rofi 377 &lo5 after 6 pen (E-2f-l-I AZA 1973 1X2 only I72 mile, amn In S.n ar four door sedan silver grey led N.4sis T.,es* 4 dear 6 cyl auto, uS.i, p.d lb., 92,00 mils, very, my d .l but honmely 1225 3. 1i2-734 (g--So)tl yimot wngg FLCE we buy and IC an4 Co. An,. (g-2l-?3-p) S' tindwd boy's bik, like new basket flAC A-24 Cas.tre Deck $65 Mike 178 CI6 afer S (J-flJIPJ HOSEj nag -con help youfind home crte.A mobile honie o rclooe ,. easy woyi OWR fEE iS REFUNDABLE -o m.ma al 4th Ave apes. Deystil70 First of ol they woo PERSONAL "ni 16 t '50Aip, i ,' ed fry 1, wi, h i7 494' ii 241 P lkorsdy il i (0pi torn plae o i flub at N') 8283 ii i 79 P} iecrtr't bh0 trit piirn eep n .l'ow n jar ippini e a o It?711722 In' .als pa paris il I 371 6001 'Nror ionmrrph Hundo ynrnnho 34*1 SW Arche, ri The Snail Shop thot cores thor, ,.ou a yon, ,rnchmn. mu price, I f T3NC NF (Mr PEOPLE Thur 1 pm |07 NW i IoTnr 'New Dowo} Guest pokerr on iuy & rho an~ Come by and meet 0*her goy people I 2t Dp) Te'rrn p.esI Conodo's largest Servic. For catalogue .mid $2 to twoay Sorinces. 57 Spodino Avenue Stije 20W, Toronoa. Ont Canada Also, compu epa totives r.quird Plea, writ.e(1-354 p) Congrolularuon, Ia 'h. new Pi S. Phi niluoes, e1.cnolly to nmy iwni sutr "id W'th Pi Beta P4N' Love. Lyndo (JQuohty leatherwork r Over weors CU' a niwnys wears mn At MoSan0u we ipec robrg in custom Ieotlherwork purSes, belts coats, socket,, sandats travel bags It i:con be mod, of i.oihm., we con make it ao suit you MoSonDrx l'i W Unmersily A ve open 10m 6pmn Monday thru Soiurdoy by Oppointf Srjndoys & evenings 373.1470 Ci s-4 Pnnchn s Bookpccks Pack. W troimes, fonts, R ugby Sheri., Tro.i Shoes. whi1t. Sing Speedo Bathing Suits Join Univ Hiking Club Al iern Aquotic A rail Senie. 3445 W Univ 373 9233 (I r 72Blesed and happy is he thot wuserh -a promote ike best ineelts of 'ha m*' d ino'dred' oi 'he eas 80h0 i wnilings (J IT 31 C) F 'V iniionlane glder hi solordoy for ii tow empOe.fnfl( whidi you'll ireoture roear For schodut ng Coll 173 O9ne Yinr 6pm The Florida Soorin Asscr ainon Ii IT 8 chocciote bor ,dido I especi you Ho no2ore nverythrng Ii IT SI P) OH VALENTINE 0F LOVE OF MINt IT DcE5 w SO MUCH GOO0 TO THINK VOU pEMEMBetED Mi ON VALfNTiNES CAM HE CWAY YOU SHOULO YOU BOUGHT ME A CUTE tTILE PlANI ANO S 1T NEETO CAUSE YOU ',>T ii At IHAT SiPECAL PLACE THE OIANT D}lP(II'' "20 N W bit, Ao iiJ ii,,,,a the 1 ri PERSONAL oremDe1 hoinorir y s0o 'e S iter of ,iv.lcior 'o I,' m h o ,,o r rIt ,o I I all ton 2 A t'o~ eh 16 .I 2T SI Pl LOST&FOUNC 1/l rifk !i ort yur while Sid N4W 15th Terrace {I 7T SiP) Iost brown 1.ath.r wallinitial. I 'ewored Loll Qoger 377-2943 t.-2T-S lOST 174 rio. snQ St 5 August Hgh, CS .nitins, silv,~ greenl ltOfl* Feb 9 Librory W Reword s10 32-9 LOST oarg. pmncr'ption gloss. infc ienses brownpoutrc frame R*WAWD 392 1136 or 372.03 of,.' ii. (-ATFound (or keys outside of Bortron H Coil 378 5657 i|-S-77p) lost .n Nornion area Nikkomoi 35 aro in black leath. case Chrnsi ism Inside PIhoil.392-0728 or 372.95 Reward (i-St-78-p} I they re interested in your business or Idn t be advertising iiThe Alligator. SeCondly. h independent Florida Alligator almost entirely by its odvertIsing,. is As lonq as our advertisers support us we can cont~ne t bea feedistribution newsIoCper on the Uniersty f FlorIda Compus. Our advertisers will ontinue to support us as long as you continue to support them' Sdon t buy what you don t need and don't pay mor tha yo hould pyBUT, all other things being equal shop with Alligator advertisers-. Patronize people who patroniZe US. The Independen* florida AJIgoor, Thursday, FNbrvcry II, IW5, Page 39 H R70JY Duin totsM JW LIE2IO1 e 60+ EA ~TER -P) Lost 62I (Cal coil 41I, n no. 73 Found aie. Odd Watch in vicinity of eigh H4.11 Feb 5, 75 Call 37748906 (I-st. 7-p) ion, cutlass swprenn S arty's twos nle call 372-396 no quetn. rewae d -,os Gr. wriwetch hew.n PK Vogng od Nomn Nel whi ben ovi bige LOST mlack & ton femoje determon no iogs lo.i vicinily of cia divy reword cons to name of miggle coi sally 37660 anytime {It-0-i typin any viteio feet and StkIenI 75c-doubl. spaced peg. SeM WCrOn ribbon soacft'c gree& srmbcis -. Cal 373-72 (Ml76-P) Bosic Advanced Scuba Clo. starting Underwater Photography Classes Strting Soles service rentol l, Irip. torn Allen (Co-Host *1 WIld Kingdoa. TV Aliens Autc S Tail Centr 3440 SCUBA YMCA CLAsSEs starn beginning oISpuing onrtcall 37.7Im~toge o.' woitumg ei yMCA nlOW hot its own paoi locol (M-5t1-P) .F yo ore o Jewhah *uy nierested in meeting Jewish girls. coil 392-4517 arM ask for Yente (M-1T-1.P) EXPEtINCED TyPlsT Fast, dependable Rot. negotiable lerms p*'5. r10t'Se, etc Coil Phyllis 372.4767 keep irymngi tM3ygi P} Wi(O FO SIGHT "The Eyeglass Super Worm UNIVERSITY OflCIANS 3% Sw 4th Ave r7e-4A5) IM 50_53 C) ideearch iper 'ssistoflcS directory Lon i 'i, yaur ,OLnet when we after
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PNg. 20, 1%. Independen* florid. AJIlg.tor Thursday. February iS,.1W7s Res idents get dis count in book, record stor e By LINDA HAASE Allafrr Staff Writer With the opening of the Co-op Book and Record Store today. Gmnervllle residents will have the opportunity, to buy hook, at a 10 per cent discount and records for at least 5SI cheaper than most places. The Gainesville co-op. revamped from a wig botique. is located at 1105 NW 5th Ave. and will run on the same non-profit principle as the one in Tallahassee, according to Toni Egan and Jerry Barnes. who set up the Gainesville store. EGAN, WHO HAS BEEN with the rallahassee store since it opened five years ago, introduced the idea to Barnes when he was visiting in Tallahassee. "The co-op in Tallahassee was formed '.hen area bookstores would not bring in hooks students wanted." Egan said. Barnes said. 'A group of people from Gainnsville thought it would be a iwod idea if we started a to-op here where we could offer literature that is unavailable elsewhere and bor a price people can afford. 'We are not going to carry textbooks. We are not competing, nor do we want to with the Hub or any other bookstore," Barnes said. The book selection at the Gainesville co-op includes political, women's, labor history and peio icalsstha are hard to find elew er wil also be offered. RECORD PRICES WILL RANGE from 13.39-14.49. with classical records selling for about 11.25. according to Barnes. Special orders will b. taken for records and will be available about a week after they are ordered, unless they have to be imported. he said. Although the store is beginig with books and records from the Tallahassee store. Barnes expressed hope that "we can pay them hack and be independent of them soon. "The [allahassee store has the advantage ofhemN about dhree times larger and in a better location. Eventually, we would like to move to a place closer to campus where we would get walk-in traffic.' Barnes explained. ACCORDING TO EGAN, who will return to Tallahassee mn a few weeks, the only way. the store can continue to offer low prices is through community support. "In the Tallahassee store, we have a few hundred people involved in some way, whether It be working in the store, building shelves, doing bookwork or painting when needed. We couldn't run the store any other way," Egan said. According to Barnes, who will be general manager when Egan returns to Tallahassee. the people who volunteer are able to get additional markdowns on stock THE STORE WILL ALSO BE giving away old nmagazines and periodicals that they cannot sell "Whenever we get enough accumulated, we tear off the labels and ship them back to the manufacturer, so they know we aren't selling them. which is against the law. We can't sell them so we give them away." Egan exLiterature and records will be the only goods sold at this point. Tapes are not currently .being sold because "they a too much of a hassle and we want to concentrate on building up our stock of records and literature." Barnes said. *UUEUUEMMMUUUUUFjPN 0o0D UN~IX Ft 27 uuuuuuuuuuMuu I The Sekae I 3 1Hs1542W UNIVESlY y o coie idinFAMILY EUTAURANT I CIOlCI FMNI 51.99Biggest Boked Potato' *----WNcH4SNO ----, Hot RootB.e.f sandwgdch I V 6 with Potato and TrimmingsI I ~L-----------4J 15 Different Steak Dinners From '.95 to '4.29 E EUUUUUEUUUnUEUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU8888 PHYSICS-METAPHYSICS INTERPHASE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1975 7:30 PM REITZ UNION BALLROOM SPEAKERS. THE CO-OP BOOK AND RECORD STORE records oreat loose $1 cheaper FLLOirrc: with MONTREAL SOFTWARE Last 3 nights! OPEN 8 pm at~4-~ C L.k$OO he 'v 'tPwt&King nv -A1 ALL YOUR FAVORITE $1#EfaND WIN t Ii t '; DR. ROLF ERICH HUMMELMATERIAL consistent energetic forms resulting from p-anand animal tissue extracts In dilute copper chloride solutions. Other examples of the frmative forces of lift. DR. JAMES DARRELLPHYCHOLOGY Alternative approach to the understanding of human experience -an attempt to Integrate phenomenological an" cientif'c methodology. DR. CARROL PARRISHfrom TEMPLE OF THE LIVING GOD. St. Peternbuig Fla. Metaphysics Presented bi AR TS & SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCIL Need a friend to shame a rids Go Psychic Awareness:

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The nd.,.d.n. Fld.aAJ1,9,.Thurmdey, February 13.1975, Pbg*21 UFF s tatewide s urvey probes faculty opinion TONIGHT * * * LF.C. Winter Frolics * presents * * * * * THi SPINNES * :Tbumday, Feb. 13th 8:00 p.m. ** flI.~1 * norms uym * Tickets: $5.00 * * University Box Office * Rebel Discount *** RecordsviIlC ** B) A (JARY BALANOFF Iligalor Staff Writer I an ih t etlh ol lie mink Stile Uniiveryits \''tcim simllles die icing stilexed on theii )pionii Oil tsertlhinv lramr te iial RighIs \itlienme n tacults I inige l'cnicits lie I niictl Iacults it l-loiula's TFF) BOBBIE IEMAN, tiFF CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR. siid imter' ews arc heing lone btween ti-I tamipaign miembiets anl litults meimileis here arc Si LIII campawiiS uhlic li rtspomiible Iim talking to 5(1 'We're lust stitmng on it." Ir Hatie St raus, political ictioti campaign comm iiNiee chairman said ".It's {(designed) to give the faculty a vtce." she said. PFaculty members rank issues "so 'e're n101 just representing our own prejudices." 'he added. THE U3FF IS ENGAGED IN battle with several other faculty unions, all of whom arc sying to become the faculty collective bargaining agent for the state universities. Sonmc of the issues which the faculty unions are lighting about are tenure procedure, Fringe benefits. common course numbering among all schools in the state system. and salary incit*stS. Ranking of these issues are part of the survey. THE RESPONSES ARE KEPT anonymous bait UFF campaign are instructed to keep the name, department. building address, survey response, interest in UPFF. and comments on another sheet of UPD, bike issues traffic 31 Dy GRAHAM LORCO Alligator StaN Writ.r UPD is cracking down on illegal bicycle traffc. [he crackdown is a result of "Operation Life." an effort of campus, city and county police to curb bicycle traffic accidents. according to UPD Public Information Officer Jim Shuler. "Operation Lift" went into effect Feb. I, hut it had a slow start Ott campus. Ticketing under the program did not begin until Feb. 3 and did not pick up until this week. Shuler said. HE SAID 31 tickets for bicycle traffic violations were issued last Tuesday night. paper sepaukte linm (lhe ,maitdual %Urs 'heev, Ses en st atemien I Aorm~ the basis bor I he %Lmsc iFchi sitatemnit asks the lespoiident to either "sironglh .ire. "c.agi cc. disagree." Ii 'strongIh dhsagit'e, "wich the statemienl. 01 'tale limit alilv. no opimioti 0, mappopriateness ol the slalteiint In thc tesjindettS positliln Some ic ate leg isl atis hold in ace LIrate att it td L. lreases, ;,rom,,otins. .nd~ tentire art' JPts%(gc ti ihe ERA tIqoal Rights Amendment is a legitimiiie subject laciili pol itical ictin. lie atmounit ol .tringe benebics ini cluding retirement) received front UFI is satisfactory. The common course numbering system is desirable, Contracts arc sent to faculty and professional employes sufficiently in advance of the beginning ol the academic year: Faculty and professional employs should have the right to control all patents and coyrights resulting from their work. FOLLOWING THESE STATEMENTS are seven more issues which the faculty are asked to rank as satisfactory or not sat is factory. Included in these rankings are salary. research facilities, library resources, teaching materials, classroom space, office space, and parking. The political action campaign committee will meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Episcopal Student Center to discuss further action on the surveys. tickets for iolcitions Many of these were issued between 10 and l0:3O p.m. at the intersection of Stadium Road and Newell Drive. Partly responsible for "Operation Life" is a new Florida statute effective since Jan. I, Shuler said. The law defines moving and nonmoving bicycle traffic violations and established uniform state traffic tines. Moving violations include running red lights and stop signs, speeding over 20 mph. and failure to yield right-of-way. Shuler said. Non-moving violations include riding at night without a light or reflector. All state traffic violations are subject to a 15 tine. Shuler said. Traffic tickets may be taken to the student traffic court or to the county court. A

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1 Steve Martin: Smothers comedy photo by dovid fink.I STEVEMART1N: H-AVIN' SOME FUN .down here at the Beef 'n Bottle alh 'tl( HAlI KINNER %lligalor (nrrenpondenl We are ou for the miervie',. We drive out to the Reel-u Bottle to 'ec Steve N4;rts. the comedian, and ger this mterview. We are alt set-we 'e got cameras and talse nose and glasses, and a borrowed tape recorder that makes purring noises only when it's turned oft. Like I said. we're out lor the interview. We bounce into the Entertainer Lounge, ask for Steve. and find him at the bar. STEVE iSN'T drunk, He's working on sonic material. H-e writes on green-tinted college-ruled notebook paper. lust like we do. It', obvious he's busy. but he tries to be polite and answer questions until we offer to talk to him after the show. He likes that idea and promises to look us tip afterwards. Ihe Entertainer Lounge is cavernous. In tact is has nec-Austriliopithican caveserawlings spread across every inch of wallpate. )ii inc sde. dititeent ipects ii I :iiIersIt; lIde ire depicted a football plavet a bheet cadet, things you 'cc every day. On the the other side. there's a piano-player dtjwi and-soineer epteSgaier-ype stuftt thd* ,uMIk bc4*nnpN tvgd you wort; drunk. After a pretty good set by Iolksinger Charlie Robertson. Steve stole the limelight and didn't give it up until an hour and a halt of good comedy had 'ipped by. The audience was his from his first routine and after ten minutes Steven had them molded to his style ol loose comedy. HE JOKED and ad-libbed through the routes he didn't do in his first set and in between, the lights were dimmed and he picked a few tunes on his banjo. Steve did make aconfession to the audience about a fetish of his he refuses to be ashamed ol. Without averting his eyes, he risked alienating the crowd he had won over by telling them he's into wearing mien's UnFetweLI I h t uhtsImeifmiC he' muii I eCen wears ihem umi Int' clothes. I .ar t~l he end of I he sh (w--a Itei he 'aid he had run out ol maie al--he ad-libbed icr a let minutes while wearing the old arrowlhftetbghhe-hflduttc that has lieconme somewhat of bis ti ademark since his appearance' on rhe Tonight Show. ANYWAY, STEVE is 29. lives in Aspen Colorado and has been on Ihe Tonight Show about I7 times. He'll be on again March 7. He's been on T V. a lot, and he used to write icr the Smothers Brothers and those of you w.ho thought l'onmmi wa funny wil think Steve is hilarious. He does two sets a might, starting at 8:45 and ending around I aol. or until he runs out of things to talk about. Tickets cost $2 tonight. 13 Friday and Saturday night. Anyway, we laughed a lot and ihen we turned on our tape recorder and did an interview. Did you know Steve Martin started out as a magician Gainesvyule gets jazz weekends cat the Keg By STEVE BERGMAN Alligator StafT WrIer lI viU'Ve been going to the keg on weekends lately. vot've heard the Jazz Project; the Keg's new house band. For many in Gainesville. is a dIkfrent and new I he Project is the first hand mn Gainesville to give people a taste of this spontaneous music on a regular level. month, admission is 75 cent. for the night. There's no need to tell you that this is a damn ,tood deal. What makes listening to these guys so enjoyable is that playing lau to them is constantly a challenge. both for personal expression, and lor group interaction. They put a lot into their music, and it shows. They've got to be in it for the mitusic because they just ain't going to make money playing jazz in Gainesvile. Not at this time anyway. BUT THERE'S always a itood crowd at the Keg. and lor the most part. they come to listen. The beautiful thing about jan is that if you're willing to really hear what is ,wing on. the joy of sponraneous creating is shared lbctween listener and perlorniei. The Jan Project is a lie'. experience for most of the members. Bassist Al Ilospers. dirummier rony Kal.a j;.guitarlst Pete Eiinhornlski' and pianisr-.ocalist Bob Harrs are newly dra'.n to HUsing gone through the rock trip, thwy were drawn to -Weather Report, one of tho finest Ion groups in the business, will be In town tomorrow night. Greot Southern Music Hall hos two shows scheduled at 8 and' 11 p.m. TicketsrovallobleaGtthebox officefIor$4oand $5. 'Kidnap Lover He's gunning for a piece of thie action. The wind dies down a bit, and he shoots. Cut. Take two. RICK FRIEDEL is I breaking into the movie business. This fbrmcr UP graduate has a film celebrating a world premiere at the Great Southern Music phon, by gaogp kohaet 6r THE JAZZ PROJECT .only ion Intwn the musical challenge of jazz. For Al. formerly of the rock bond "Onrly' jazz provides a means for inmnediate expression. He sees jazz as closely akin to dance and .ould like to present a 'onibiination of the wo inthe t tire. H A VING P LA YE D together on and off for some three years. it '.as only ecently that their decided to Into jazz seriously. i "as Peter's chance introductton to ~sxophonisr Henry Boudin that brought about die reality of the greup. Henry has been invoked in jazz for sonic 20 years. A Canadian. Henry has owned a jazz club and played with area musicians as well as with American jazzmien. anming theoe the late janz virtfoo I-rig Dolphy. ,' A puchol.igit as well, lcirv tame to Gtinesville to run the lDrug Projecd. a research and treatment cetctr of UF that deals with drug ibuse. Gaincs'ille is lucky to havec a musician of Henry's calibre and experience. -' Go down to the Key and catch the band next title. Y'ou'il thank yourself. SCENEf FROMi "KODAP LOVE'" .byftlck Frledel opens Hall Saturday night. "Kidnap Lover." tells the 'toryof a girl who falls in love with her abductor. Sounds a bit familiar, doesn't it? No, Patty hearst does not play the leading role. Like a good businessman. Priedel has attempted to tie real life events to selling his product. Even though the idea for "Kidnap Lover" was formulated before the Hearst kidnapping. advernisenments r the flint exploit the connection to the fullest extent. VOU HAVE to make back what you put into a film or the next time around you won't have the backers, Friedel said. This is Friedel's second film. The first movie was "Lisa. Lisa." released August '974. Friedel is responsible for writing, producing and directing "Kidnap Lover." Jack is the star besides being an old roommate of Jatk Nicholson. So get out your tin and crank up the Hollywood 'potlights for Gainesville's first premiere. The Independent Florida Alligator NE Pug.22 Thesadoy. February IS, Ifls I

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bator track amateur coach athletes By RICK ADELMAN Alligaor Sport. Writer Amateur at hietes don't t paid, right? W rong ask Gjtor,' '.frimt cOdC h Hc" i Vaughan 'I have received $2(XI Io run a 'ace-and I wa' by it, mecans (he best paid athlete A FORMER U.S. jnmater athlete uttered those w.ords. Vaugharn was the viorlI\ (bird ranked sprinter in I90 H-e traveled extensivcl, throughout the world tor the Base ba Look, a meet promoter knows who's going to draw people to his meet and if he wants you bad enough, he'll pay you. A guy knows that paying me $200 isn't anything compared to C e number of people paying $5 a ticke, rho will show up to see me run." -Ben Vauga, [/F sprint Coach and former world class spri nier IsOPs paid sole purpose of running and at times he got paid for it. not feally amateurs at al. "Somi Am'crica ns are derimitely piotessionals." said Vaughan 'It's lust been done under the table. As a good athlete you have to be very sneaky to take care of yourself and there are ways to do it. ONE OF the ways. said Vaughan. is to put the squeeze on meet promoters. "Some people have their price and they won t run team stsigt on 35C vito ries By GREG FORRER Alllgator Sports Editor in For the past three seasons, the UF baseball team has been plagued by memories and sayings of the past. Remember when you would leave and "23-skidoo?"' That's exactly how the baseball team, under head coach IDave Fuller. have left the diamond the last three seasons. With 23 wms'. NOT TOO GOOD -hut not too bad. I his year the team's motto simple -you can read it on -uller's office door. "Think 35 mn '73' Shrinking it and attainig it are two different things, that is certain. But it is also certain that Fuller. aided by assistants lay Bergman and neweonmer Walker Swain, will be shooting t) hit that mark -or better. THE START OF the season is just 18 days away, and if it weren't bor injuries and sickness, the 35 might look a little easier to handle. Still, the Gators will be putting men on the id today with the opening day game against Stetson on Feb. 21 here in Gainesville in mind. He'll get a good look at the performances he might be seeing during the regular season when the Gators take on St. OOkAV'ta-IOMA In i amazimg hcM different each one is'Ad it a preciswk hi difference that we're interested mas School Sisters ol Notre Dame Wouldn,, wum like to do something really different wia, uu life' All we can offer is a penrmanenl oppontuitV Ic graw in tour relationship vmth the Lard and chance to mflluenCe br change in the claisroorm on ,ociAl ssues with people of mnw life sivles We canl t uara1ee invthmng ecepr he fullness ol God s low t C V N. r *4 p. C *~Wnie Vocation Directot 6401 N. ChaiDnnSt. B.Ilmoa.MasyLand 21212 U W(CQUDWOf-A MWOOQZ U, -I 0~ b S 4 4 t -I I a PD Quickest this pagoI '7 sao Johns River Junior College in a doubleheader today at 2:30 pm. at Perry Field. Saturday. the Gators wil play another doubleheader against Florida Junior College of Jacksonville. Game time is I p.m. FULLER WILL use four freshman pitchers in today's games, both ends of which will last seven innings. Lefthanders Eric Hiller and Mike McCarthy will go in one game and righty Bruce Baker and lefty Don Johnson will pitch in the other. Saturday. the Gators will throw sophomore right Wilkie Smiith and senior lefthander John Chappell in one game while freshman righty Craig Pippin and senior lefty Bob Tyler will handle mound chores in the second game. Sammy Rick. the Gators' top hitter last year, will lead the Caters, although he is still a bit weak from the flu. Freshman Roger Holt. injured of late with a sprained ankle, will be back at shortstop. Senior Dave Bowden will play second, hoping to put together a year that will attract professional offers. He received an invitation to sign with the Detroit Tigers upon his graduation from high school. The outfield at this stage appears pretty well set with Rick in center. Joel Murrie in left and newcomer Terry jones in right. G'VILLE'S ONLY $9.95 GENUINE LEATHER SANDAL oNEmvEsafULL OUAaANTEu Now at LEATIER SOUL, a comfortable, fully guaranteed sandal. Lightweight crop. aol., cushion your step and allow the leather to conform loth.shop. of your foot. LEATHER SOUL locafed In ShlwOne 1249 N.W. 4th Ave. (S-e-lu -. ewdOy BEN VAUGHIAN some omateurs'dfinitely profesionals' unless they get their money."' explained Vaughan. And the meet promoters as well, said Vaughan. don't help the situation. "LOOK, a meet promoter knows who's going to draw petOplt to his meet and if he wants you bad enough. he'll payyou A --uy knows that paying met 1200 isn't anything compared to the number of people paying 55 a ticket who will show up to set me run, said Vaughan. Vaughan said the pay scale is determined mainly by the popularity of a certain event. "When I was around, the pole vault was very popular. Bob Seagren and John Pennell and those people made a lot of money. Sprinters did pretty well also. "NOW THE mile is very p op ula r." co n ti n ued Vaughan. "I suspect that some runners get at least a 1000 a race now." To this day. Vaughan does not feel guilty about accepting money to compete. He said the American amateur track system. forces athletes into financially difficult situations. "1 * :4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * "A lot of guys have to leave ohbs to run and they don't get compensated tbr it. Citizens complain when a Jim Ryun or a Randy Mattson can't go to Europe but they don't understand that these guys have tamihes to support. "ThE RUSSIANS gettheir salaries aid when they miss work because of a meet and this is absolutely not the ease in the U.S.' emphasized Vaughan. Vaughan feels that the drastic changes in the system are necessary. A reform movemeuit called the UA A (United Amateur Athletes) existed in the early I 97O's but Iizzled out. 'We had a lot ot organizational problems." Vaughan said. "You know, getting people from all over the country together mn one place but it was a pretty potent organization while it lasted.' Vaughan said that until the A AU and the Olympic Committee decides to treat their athletes better, the U.S. will continue to play second fiddle to the Russians. Goldie Hawn Double Feature F: E AND E E ~ Express E Friay Feb.14 6:00 PM Union North Lawn* Student Government Programs ri.I The Independent Florida AlligatorSPOT P.g. 25, Thursdcy. 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BrowardRawlings-Jenninlgs Hal Councils Friday 14th 9:00 PM nnigsH all Bas ement Music by Steeplechase LILady golf' Ih Il women's golf team. idle since November, ire compcti. tor honors in the mlveruItv Arizona Invitational Golf IOUrarnment staruing today. Reprcsenting the Lady Gators in the two.day event arc Donna Horton. Elaine Hand, Nancy Feitarek. Kriss Rucinski and Nancy White. LADY GATOR COACH Mimi Ryan hopes Horton will cop the honors individually. Horton is the current [ucker Invitational Champ. "I don-t know who the main competition will be. but I expect the same players as the fucker. and I expect the same individual results." Ryan said. Ryan said she sees the main four-player competition coming from the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. She said that Arizona State is extremely strong. The Gators have already seen some of that strength in the October Tucker held in New Mexico when they took third place in the four-player team event behind ASU and the __________________________~l. ___ Hi, TYPEWRITER PROBLEMS? we've got oil the answers ASSIJCIA TED BUSING ESS SYST EMS 714 N. Mdin 373-3359 Ahchuue Couty Generator Service -erotors-atroreign Ca Service Ph. 378-401 5OS N.W. Iiih A ve. ers Th.tn.ed--Milg, T-mSe-.i-bn.7-I -95. h.in invitational University of Arizona. RYAN ATTRIBUTED the Tucker third place to poor putting, and eniphasiied the importance of cotcentration in this event. "We have got to be able to concentrate ror IS holes each dayand not just Cot fiteen. We cannot make dumb mistakes out there." the Florida coach said, adding that the secret would be in the short gamei. "We've got to play well within I00 feet olf the greens, and not miss short ptttts for pars arid birds." she said. The Gater coach pointed to freshman golfer Elaine Hand as possibly being a key to a Florida victory. "ELAINE IS capable of doing so well, and if she can have two really good rounds I think we'd be in business." Ryan said, quickly adding"providing noone else goes sky high." The AIAW National Golf Championship. will be held at the Orw Valley Country Club here in June. "We can get a good feeling of the terrain and the competition." said Ryas after a pndltce rouuid at Oro. a. --00PU wIG, .ri .Lu NANCY WH11E it man Min T0 EE IH CAlMlY a'-. StckExlswtg. C2PM Ctan oiC SM N. MAIN ST. had a pie ce lately BY ThE &fl G lip W. 11111 ILIUM 4 .4< -I a MIYWS A. COCK 3824 N.W. 3449h Placc. t43 YOlK IS In.u sua. AHnctl k nc I 0.o lnsnc I -1.5%26 LI, 1245 UNIVERSITY AVE SLICES 11:00 AM to tOO AM rn-mi en sea *smii~IEDtITY AVE WIidS PlC uIW 480 PM W3~Si

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Pq. 26Th. ttdw.t.s Ftod AJ111'r, 1b.JSday. F'htuery IS, IW7S UF wrestlers await national ranking under Gary Schneider BANDY OnENR. Agus S ws tr At an almost boyish looking 23 years of age. Gary Schneider is methodically dynasty at the flordThe sport is Schmeidt., the year coach has his team to as twenty national this month's slowly and building a University of wrestling and Gator's firstcurrently led expected top ranking when rankin'gis revealed. BUiT DURING HIS two years iin coaching cipicity at Floqida. Schneider has yet to lose a dual meet, in fadt, the Gatons have won -32 'traight. Nobody around GainesvIlle can umsenber aiy team d uplicating that samber. "Tno yeses ag when I went rerulting, 'high school. kids would reply to my questions about Florida ,aying. 'Oh does Florida have a wrestling team?' This year people are contacting nmt. I'm getting more response thai I can handle,"' And part of that response has come from florida's ,tudent body which Caine out m fbrce. 2,0 in all, to see the Gators upset hifthly ranked Kentucky 24-IS two matches ago. "THAT WINM was one of the bIggcr. ones in our streak." Sehncider said. "It's bound to help the confidence of our team."Despite all theconsecutive duel meet wins.the Gatocs weren't .blc to wan the SouthesernCosference crOefl* laMt year as they flaishidsecond to Auburn. Sctingier admits it was a disappqintsent but adds other things must be taken mIo consideration. "Winning the whole thing is nice." he said. "But InIngII all 'our dual meets is nice too. Ii', no disgrace to finish second." DUT THIS YEAR, the fifth season Florida has had a wrestling team Schneider feels there will be no second places. "I've never seen a situation like this, each athlete treats his teammate like a brother. Ncmatter what you do, ifyou enjoy it, you're bound to oih o top." AND TH AT'S where Schneider. when's desk is cluttered with various trophies collected In the last yearn, plans -fnnIshing. His three leading gruppies are all conference dhimp4 m. lobbyy Roberts, TI. Graaowitz and Henry inbkon are all tremendous gats'," said the coach. Roberts wrestles at lift pounds and has oly IaS own thMs season. Gramilb ha compiled a 25-I record hs the last two years ad he is probably the best onnrfl wrestle, cin the team. Jackson. a senior. wrestles at 190 pounds. 5emr frels the talented athlete could finish high in the nationals this year. COACH GAITYICHNESDS Jackson. a sakde, wrestles at 390 poundS. SCuIneIdU feels the WaSte atlup could finkas l4 In the naticuaks ti. "We're In thttbp tean. Is the country. rIS, new and t, think by noxt yeawtiell be it the top IO.' Sphuaer eid "Everybody Is thinking about the32 mSateak bSt at the Som t1m they hc their ey -lb. he ntrene chaunplenshlp. flat ampi4msbip set will be belieo Feb. 28-MarSh I is Alligator Alley and the home mat adat age Is to SchneIder's tis. In fact. ftr a coach that has gteaso far iasucha a hr time. just about everything that'. been happening these days has bees to his liking. WHITE 5TAG' SPEEDGt r k b.~NEW ~Y LYCRA FOR Wet. WI Se. Idl fles S Oflbb'S W s Me-n amgeawte Aquatic a Trail Center Inc. 3Mg8 W. Univ. An .3734233 MON-F RI 107 SAT 975 nme,.as. .,,, 'lkle Tkmme=== Voiunteens invade Alligator Aley Monday night fo 7:30 tip-off against LIP. Student tickets ftc the game are on sale today at Gat, 13, Florida Field between 9 am. and 6 p.m. Fuir-time UF student tickets arn 75 cents. spouse tickets are St and student guest tickets aft 53. Ticket manager Hardee McAlhaney encourages student to pick-up their tickets early to avoid being thut-out at the gate. He expects the game to be a sell-out: Tickets for the game will also be on sple Friday ag Gate 23 between 9 am, and 3 p.m. it