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UC faculty morale survey





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TOM SIIRODER "When you change the direction of a The morale committee was (formed at
Alligator Staff WriterA college as drastically as I have, there is no way Biown's suggestion in November
you can avoid upsetting a lot of people who Three of the committee members, are to be v
majority of University College (UC) thought it was going in the right way," Blown considered for tenure by Brown in the near w a
faculty responding in 'a three and one-half said. future.,
month investigation of UC morale called the THE UC MORALE REPORT said even some
.
college administration "unsatisfactory.." of Brown's supporters called him DR. HOPE BOCK, chairwoman of the
A report on the investigation written by a "autocratic" or "high-handed." committee, closed committee meetings
UC advisory board committee concluded "it "Nevertheless, they credit him with improving during the investigation and ,made no
is clear that those (faculty responding viewed the academic standards and intellectual comments, on its progress.
(UC Dean Bob Burton Brown) and the college vitality of University College" the However the committee stressed it was not"Brown's ,
administration as one and the same." report continued."A committee." I
HOWEVER, 74 PER CENT of the UC NUMBER OF faculty members expressed The full advisory board voted to distribute .
(faculty responding to the in-house survey said genuine concern about anonymity' copies of the final report to Brown, Marston, 1
overall morale in the college was between of the department morale reports," the report the members of the outside evaluation UC DEAN BOB BURTON BROWN
"satisfactory" and ood:' reads. committee the UC faculty and the press. ."no popularity contest'
. This is in contrast to a morale survey
. conducted last spring by the University .
Senate which indicated a majority of UC

satisfactory.(faculty considered college morale un Honor Code faces uncertain future I Iissue

.. The University Senate report prompted UF
President I Robert Q. Marston to order a
outside evaluation of UC.
special By STUART EMMRICH of application of the Sunshine Law is faculty members not to proctor exams but to
THE OUTSIDE EVALUATION committee Alligator Staff Writer decided, but open hearings could be held by continue to hand over (cheating) violations to
o !. consisting of two university presidentsand the'Honor Court. the Honor Court.
a nationally prominent professor will be unanimous "We and will
The opinion at Thursday's can we maintain what we
in Gainesville Monday to begin the Although faced with a possibility that it meeting between ,administrators and SG have been doing. We cannot have final adjudication
evaluation. might soon cease to exist, the UF Honor officials, was, however, that open hearings but we can have investigations"
Brown conceded that dissatisfaction with Court apparently will continue its function of might mean the end of the honor system and Harris told Marston.
the UC administration meant dissatisfactionwith enforcing the Honor Code at least for now. the Honor Court at UF. Harris said the uncertainty of the outcomeof
him as the dean. A meeting of top UF and Student Byron Petersen, Honor Court chief defense the court case and the indefinite length of
"One of the problems with the original Government officials was called Thursday to counsel and a strong supporter of the closed the injunction might mean the Honor Court
morale report was that it confused morale discuss the future of the Honor Court under a hearings, said at the meeting he didn't think would eventually have to discontinue
with criticism of the dean" Brown said. ,court injunction issued against all closed the Honor Court could operate under the operations but added it could still continue
IN A PREPARED statement Brown said, hearings. -- Sunshine Law "for now"
"I 1 would not have taken this job three years THE INJUNCTION, issued by Gainesville "I. think open hearings would destroy the UF ATTY. TOM BIGGS estimated the
ago I and I would be crazy to stay in it another Circuit Judge R.A. Green last Friday and (honor) system" Petersen said. outcome of the law suit might be a "couple of
day, ,if"it required winning a popularity extended Tuesday, prevents the Honor Court HE EXPLAINED professors and students months, perhaps even a year away."
contest from holding any closed hearings or trials. would be reluctant to come to the Honor Biggs said Uf might try to "gain relief from
"Without unswerving support from the The Honor Court proceedings are all closed Court with charges of someone cheating, the injunction by filing an appeal," but added
Vice Presidents of Academic Affairs and the because of a Board of Regents policy and the because of the publicity that would occur. that would still take a month or more.
Presidents of this university, the deanship of UF student body constitution, both of which He added the reluctance of professors to go Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish
UC would be untenable" the statement said. mandate the confidentiality of students, through the Honor Court would mean they expressed concern that his investigations of
Brown said when he became dean of UC he accused of violating the Honor Code. would decide on' their own to flunk a student cheating, although not prohibited by the
was told by the administration "to make But a suit against UF tiled jointly by'The who might have cheated, "without going injunction were almost at a virtual 'stop
something out of UC or put it out of its Alligator,the Gainesville Sun and law student through the due process of the Honor Court" anyway.
misery." Judy Collins argued that the proceedingscome Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris "NO ONE IS coming forward sInce the
"WE HAVEN'T REACHED any decision under the Florida Government-in-the- agreed with Petersen that it was important for injunction, they are just sitting waiting,"
about, that problem. It will probably be the Sunshine Law and should. be open to the students to continue to police themselves and Marmish said.
big issue of the evaluation" he said. public. he stressed that importance to UF President Also I discussed at the meeting Thursdaywas
Brown explained his apparent unpopularity THE INJUNCTION ISSUED BY GREEN Robert Q. Marston. how the injunction against the hearingswas
bv the circumstances of his job. prevents all closed, hearings until the final HARRIS ASKED MARSTON TO "tell going to affect students charged with
cheating violations but not yet tried, who are
"t\ planning to graduate this quarter.
.. "The psychological pressure of this thing,
} not knowing what is going to happen,' is
t { almost unbearable," Petersen said.
MARSTON, agreeing that the problem was
an acute one. said the Honor Court should
A ...... work with Vice President for Student Affairs
"n.ft .. Arthur Sandeen when these individual

!I'! ,,- problems come up.
TPresident The office of student affairs can also deal
P. .. ) with Honor Code violations, and its
disciplinary hearings are not mentioned in the -
injunction:
The ,main reason for Thursday's meetingwas
the immediate problem of the< Honor
Court during the time of the Sunshine Law
court suit, but questions were also raised
about how the final ruling might affect UF as
.
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photos by ondy newman a whole.
Investigation Into alleged Robert Q. Marston (center) THE SUIT ARGUES that UF is an agencyor
..: \', widespread cheating in the UF leads a discussion of Honor Code body covered by the Sunshine Law and that
;, College of Business Administration. problems Thursday ,as Honor Court all advisory bodies like the Honor Court are
has Intensified scrutiny of the Honor Chancellor Robert Harris (left) and UF also covered by the law. '

Code, which has been in effect since Attorney ,Thomas Biggs (left) look on (See 'Honor: page
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fri d Oy /ALLAN J. GENGLER Gunman killsudge' |


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in wooded area..
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LOUISA.Va. 22, flown
said Poindexter was by helicopter
the Louisa County Courthouse Thursday and opened fire with Authorities to
a saw dff shotgun, killing Judge' tewar Cumunghajn t andtv6inding a Richmond lHo ptaIA! Although! ,,bleeding. profusely from!
; ; ft'ornl'am1'' Side,'he was listed in
visits NYSE ,I" / Sheriff Henry Kennon"nd a deputyt;As"uipec l war\ wounds in the f satisfactory

shot and captured three hours later. condition.

Police said a man walked into the General District Court DR. RICHARD Cummings said Cunningham, a judge for
(DPI!)- Anticipating a visit by President Ford, traders sent
about 2 p.m. and shot Cunningham. 66, in the head, then 26 was brought into the Louisa Medical Center with
years
stock prices !soaring Thursday in the New York Stock Ex
went into an adjacent room where Kennon was shot in the "no vital signs" about 2:15: andpronounced dead 30 minutes
change's (NYSE) heaviest trading in its 183-year history.
right shoulder.A later after he failed to respond to treatment.
After his visit, Ford called for a "coalition of confidence"bctween
DEPUTY also received a superficial pellet wound from a Kennon was in satisfactory condition at a Charlottesville
himself! and Congress, while attending a fundraisingsalute
shot fired by the suspect, who fled in a red pickup. truck later Hospital.
to Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller.Also .
found abandoned about nine miles away.
Thursday Ford announced he will allow a bill freezing and started "
Dozens of law enforcement officers using a helicopter and "The man swung his shotgun up shooting
food stamp prices to become law without his signature, dogs began an intensive search in the area between said Mrs. Alvin Morris, who was in the courtroom with her
conceding defeat to Congress, while warning of an "unthinkable" Charlottesville and Richmond. The suspect identified as husband when Cunningham was killed. "I 1 had just come in.

deficit. Darnell Poindexter. was shot and arrested two miles south of The first shot hit the wall behind him the second hit him."
Trading volume at the NYSE totaled 35,160.000 shares

well over the old record of 32,130,000 1 shares set Jan. 27. :=11
Meanwhile the Federal Reserve Board said industrial !

production in January plunged 3.6 per cent, a 37-year record. yi.'b' /1 Zarb : rationing only



Brezhnev reappearsMOSCOW in crisis conditionsWASHINGTON



(UPI!) Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev (UPI!) .. Energy Director Frank Zarb,

reappeared hale and hearty Thursday night after a rumor- clarifying President Ford's,dead-set stand against gasoline

tilled, 51-day absence from the limelight.The rationing, said Thursday Ford would make an exception in

68-year-old Communist party general secretary led the i r the event of "extreme emergency conditions."
Soviet side in talks with British Prime Minister Harold Zarb also told Democratic Senators pushing an

Wilson, putting an end to speculation about his political and alternative to the President's energy proposals that "We

physical health. are very, very close in our attack, our language, our
Brezhnev looked tanned, tit and rested. As usual, he puffedat y I at'L" t9 specific provisions."

a cigarette.,When both Wilson and British Ambassador Sir J II ix M Zarb testified before the Senate Interior Committee

Terence Garvey lit pipes, Brezhnev asked: "Does everyone in 'W';; whose chairman Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., is

England smoke pipes?" pushing legislation to give the President emergency powersto

control energy supplies, including rationing.Zarb .
FCC rules words indecent }(=eac. .. #Fy it explained that Ford's opposition is to rationing
under any "mainstream program" of energy conservation, I
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Federal Communications and that he could accept it only "under extreme
Commission ruled in a landmark decision Thursday that ,
a emergency conditions such as an embargo or other kind of
New York City radio 'station's broadcast of a monologue by rlis lIdp "
comedian George Carlin was "indecent and prohibited" by
federal law.

In ruling on listener complaints directed at the broadcastby

WBAI-FM, the FCC said it also was taking advantage of Ford picks woman to head HUDcalled t
the
case to "clarify the applicable standards". on indecency
for broadcast outlets.

The unanimous decision said that while the com WASHINGTON (UPI) Stirring immedia.c controversy, Hills selection "inconceivable," also on grounds of her

munications specifically prohibits censoring or interferingwith President Ford Thursday chose Assistant Attorney General inexperience and professed "shock" at Ford's choice.In .

free speech on the air, Congress "has clearly indicatedthat ,Carla A. Hills to be Secretary of Housing and .Urban Kansas City. Mo., the Mortgage Bankers Association of

both the Department of Justice and the FCC are obligedto Development and the first female Cabinet officer in 20 years. America said it would pressure Congress to choose a HUD

enforce" the section of the U.S. Code prohibiting the Sen. William A. Proxmire, D-Wis., chairman of the ,Senate secretary "who is knowledgable and experienced in housingand

broadcast of "obscene, indecent or profane language." committee that must approve the nomination, said he op urban development."

Among the words used by Carlin on the record, the' FCC posed Hills on, grounds 'she has absolutely no known Tha bankers named no favorites but their requirements

said, were "shit," "fuck," "cocksucker," "motherfucker," qualifications" ,for the job. presumably would exclude Hills, an attorney who heads the
"piss;' "tit." and "cunt." Organizations representing the nations' mayors and cities Justice Department's civil division.



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Lower used, book rate



gets initial approvalBy



e43 JAN):T TAYLOR Dormitories are operated on a non-profit
Alligator Staff Writer basis but are competing with otf campus
housing. Lobeck said.UF justifies this policy
The Campus Shop and Bookstore Committee by explaining that dormitories provide an
unanimously decided Thursday to educational benefit for the student body he
GAINESVILLE MALL "recommend either that the bookstore raise the added.
buy-back rate or lower the used book prices. -On the other hand the bookstore operatesso
Ah 2546 N.W. 13th Street 4 The recommendation stated the buybackrate as not to compete with bookstores off-
be raised from 50 per cent to 60 percent campus.
or the used book price be lowered from 75 per "Dormitories are an educational benefit
cent to 65 per cent. textbooks are not?" asked Lobeck.
THE RECOMMENDATION will be' sent HAROLD KING, assistant bookstore
next week to Vice-President of Academic manager, represented Sam Getzen. bookstore
Affairs. William Elmore. manager at the meeting. .
THE Dan Lobeck student government.: secretary King said it would be possible to raise the
A'INFASHION of consumer affairs and Dwight Hill. 2UC book buy-back rate. lie explained that with a
presented the proposal to the committee. higher book buy-rate the bookstore will have
Hill said if the book buy-back rate was more used books returned.
STORE Iid" raised to 60 per cent and sales remain at their "This means the bookstore will not have to
present rate, the return to students ,would be buy new books which we the bookstore haveto
about 525,000 over a period of one year.; pay a transportation charge on" said King.
MrMF Mf)MMW* 4 LOBECK COMPAREDUF's bookstore This would cut down on the transportation
t, wY # a ti' "+xx' policy with its dormitory policy. charges students pay .




Honor .
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Yea. .Ya (From one
i3NFF page "There are plenty of other areas this (the
Marston said he realized the issue ot UF as Sunshine Law) could have been tested."I .
an agency was going to be tested eventually don't think the Florida Legislature
but added he "wished the test had not come intended to dissolve. the honor system at the
in an area that so much damage could be state universities by enacting the Sunshine
done (the Honor Court). Law Marston said. '

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Frat to hear Shevin/ talk ntfl

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*4 Florida Atty. Gen. l Robert Shevin will from across the nation. r
t 'wA .:, b a".9 0 Sn 3 4' :, .a a'l w tr present his views on problems of economy Shevin was UFos Pi Lambda Phi chapter
president in J 1954. '
crime prevention and consumer concerns in
Florida at the Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity Other activities include dinner at the
; k'S banquet 7:30 p.m. Saturday.The fraternity house Friday and a tour of the

banquet will celebrate the fraternity's50th ,campus! Saturday. ,,jft,
anniversary. Alumni have been invited



S S 1o4 UF trees to yield fruit I IBy I


JEREMIAII TURNER of one thing citrus," Lake said adding that t..
. $ Alligator Staff Writer the trees should serve as a landscaping aid in
( addition in the and
_______ to being fragrant spring
L. t' Mee NtFia,, 'supplying fruit to the student body.
Within two years UF students will be ableto "There are other fruit trees on campus but
Ntf f s s eat free fruit grown on campus on citrus surprisingly few students use the ripe fruit. I
.krt dMfq*+, if4 "ir' a''+ gar h r''d s 5 T 3' s.tp.g@ trees being replanted now by the physical encourage students to eat the ripe fruit but
plant. they should be careful about not damagingthe
The trees about 100 in all. came from the trees when picking it," Lake added.
ornamental horticulture fruit grove on the HE SAID THE correct way to, pick citrus is
corner of Archer Road and Center Drive. A to either cut the stem from the fruit or twist
new 'parking lot will ,be built west of the J. the fruit off being careful not to pull on the
Hillis Miller Health Center and the trees are branches.
photo by rick ro$.r. being removed to make room tor it. accordingto The trees all of which are- at least 12 years
Noel Lake superintendant of UF's old. are being replanted with the help of the
Spring Prints department of landscaping and ground Institute of Food and ,Agricultural Sciences.
skeeping. Most of the trees will be bearing edible fruit
SEVERAL VARIETIES OF citrus trees. within two years and for many years to come.
Spring Prints are blooming at Lerner; Shops. including mandarin and Chinese oranges. The varieties selected for planting were
Leslie is wearing, a Jersey Print tie front blouse,with her Calcutta cloth sl-cki I grapefruit and tangerines will be planted in chosen because of their frost-resistant!
tier( her spring look. locations around the J. Wayne Reitz Union qualities -.a must l in Gainesville's relativelycold
Our Prints.arc blooming all oter -- in dresses !shirts -'T-shirts Shop and McCarty. Broward and Rawlings Halls.. climate and their exceptional' fruit-.
Urner Shops today for that great feeling of Spring freshness. "When people come to Florida they think bearing properties according to Lake.

Our Prints are blooming) all aver in dresses !shirts T-shirts '"-'shop 11 f:1: I i I JiJW; ,"Mla .:u jj
I.crncr Shops today tier that great: Icclmc: of Spring freshness., ,
gent A r Your Own

Shirt$6.99 Slacks $11.99 : :
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Open Sunday for your shopping Convenienc !L.jronr\:: Alke 4 I $7 fee provides water V" fertilizers Jf;;

1:00 6:00 P.M. A Reglstrat t uaty 15, 1-4 Jm.! at mulches'tools, stakes*& ;etc-: '" _
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I. Marston talks to status of women committeeBy I


with said, "Women feel they will' W !the arse sutler in times of
LESLIE GOLAY dinator. the Affirmative Action Advisory Committee and economic distress and that t the recession will negate affirmative .
of !
from the Presidents Committee on the Status '
Alligator Staff WriterIn input I action for women. .

his first meeting Thursday afternoon with the Women. for Dr. Ulenna Carr associate professor of business education
President's Committee for the Status of Women. President MARSTON SAID HE PLANS to ask the committee advised Marston to "announce that he will-treat people as
Marston discussed the for handling advice in affirmative action .areas\ and counseling on matters \I ha ."
Robert Q. procedure boardfor people' no matter ; } "
is sounding
committee a
problems concerning the affirmative action plan during tight pertaining the whole to women since bmmum'ty the 'rDr. Cole I ;advised, 1Marston t. to inform I people: of,!the austeritymeasures
campus "
President'rosstT
budget times. ; v tak'eii'withm the \< .
Marston expressed concern about "the problem of morale Valerie Brookeman. associate professor of radiology

during this time of economic uncertainty" and asked the

committee to discuss and think about the implications of the Commission bike pathsThree I

economic crunch on UFcampu during thier future approves .

meetings. The for the bike patns win come from the Alachua
ONE OF THE PROBLEMS Marston raised was the and a half miles of bike path has been approved by money road budget.

criteria for hiring) under a tight budget situation. "What if the Alachua County: Commission' but construction won'tbegin County According!secondry to Morgan, the !secondary road budget for the

there i is a limited number.ot'hiring opportunities next year In until "money is available"" according to Charles next live years is $b.$ million.

slew of our commitments to affirmative action what do we Morgan, county engineer.One .
do?" Marston asked the committee. project calls for a two and a half mile path to be built liE SAID! $4.1 MILLION WILL GO toward building a

"What do you do in the case of someone who is last to come along NW 23rd Avenue between 43rd Street and 83rd Street. primary ht of way on 43rd Street.
The I other cheduled project is a mile-long path along NW
asked.
and first to go? Marston Commissioner Jon Wershow said the proposed bike
Dean TW. Cole of academic affairs a member of the 43rd Street between 8th Avenue and 23rd Avenue. County bike Santa
existing paths near Fe Com
will connect
Affirmative Action Advisory Council said problems of that BOTH PATHS WILL BE PERMANENT and will cost an paths
of
munity College with the downtown area Gainesville.
sort should be handled by the Affirmative Action Coor- estimated $130.000.I


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TRADITIONAL HEBREW PRAYERS: are being held at 16
NW 18th St. Fridays at 5:15: p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. and
5 p.m. Sponsored by the Hillel Foundation. For further information -
call 3722900.
FOCUS MEETING:'sponsored by InterVarsity Christian
Fellowship will be held tonight at 7:30: at 4104 NW 19th Ave.
For further information call 378-9619.
CouM l + Abdelhak have: been Abdeihak ?!it mg '!'n a VALENTINE'S DANCE: tonight at 9 in the Jennings Hall
Ch'ppendale'? chair? Could that lady have danced to Basement with music by "Steeplechase." Sponsored by
exotic rhythms through a set of French Provincial BI'oward-Rawlings-Jennings Hall Councils. For ,further information
furniture?Could Sam have played it again in a pop art call 392-9249.
discotheque? Stage"your own thriller with low-bud BIKE BANK REPS: SO Department of Consumer Affairs is
get plantation furniture from Pier 1 1. seeking Bike Bank representatives for each campus dorm

area. Reps will receive SO cents per quarter on each rental ,
SAVE FROM 16% lo'31 %! they obtain. For further information call 373-3975.

ACCENT: Applications for the positions of chairman and
vice chairman are available in room 305 of the J. Wayne Reitz
Union. Completed forms. must be returned by Monday.
I STRAT-O-MATIC BASEBALL: will hold league play tonightand
s Sunday at 7 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 339. For
0 .b further information call 3787177.
AG COUNCIL GARDENS: registration for spring quarter '
use of the facilities on Museum Road across from Lake Alice
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will take place Saturday from 1.4 p.m. Price is $7 for a 15 X
20, loot plot. For further information call 392-9519.
EAG ORGANIC GARDEN: plots available through Marchare
$3 and they are going fast. Stop by Saturday morning at
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gca ; ." and Lake Alice. For further information call 377-8087. ,
MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE: will be held Saturdayat
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s .r Admission is free.
ART SHOW Dali. Picasso Churchill Max and many othersare
S Seven of our most t featured at the art auction Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Hilton
$ Inn; 2900 SW 13th St. Admission $1 to benefit Baha'i Israel.
'. o n popular items COFFEEHOUSE: sponsored by the Jewish Student Union
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l Majestic king chair woven of ,. I have read recently that some forms of mental Illness can
A natural peel and core rattan. be cured by large doses of vitamins. Is this true?
pgo Black trim Versatile enough Schizophrenia a mental illness which is debilitating and
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What are hives? What causes them?
, Hives are usually large raised pruritic areas on the skin
and result from an allergy usually to an ingested substance.'
Many foodstuffs can cause hives and should be eliminated
from diets.Is .
it true that if you keep parting your hair in the same
Create a dreamy place you'll go bald? If so, why?
scene. Top your Simply parting the hair in one place is not associated with
bed with a grace- baldness. If however the hair at the part (or anywhere else,
fully woven rat for that matter) is subjected to excessive pulling or overly
.- tan headboard. vigorous manipulation loss may be experienced:
Twin Reg. 18.99Now1388 The usually encountered patterns of baldness are con

fl IIC!! natural trolled by hereditary factors. These factors apparently in-
savings.Core rat Dbl. Reg. 24.99. fl uence: the time on onset the degree and speed of involvment,
,q tan swing sways and the pattern of hair loss. .
under a tree, in a Now 19" Normal hair loss occurs throughout the scalp as hair .
den. Steel frame. King Reg. 39.99 matures. Scalp hair follicles normally rest for three months
Reg., 59.99 and are active for two-six years. When activity restarts, the
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Now ,result of minor pulling or jarring. Note that this type of hair
loss heralds the new growth of hair.
What is meant by postnasal drip?
This is a term used to describe the drainage or secretions
from, the back of the nose which occurs in various disorders. If
the secretions are thin they run down, the throat and tickle .
the nerves around the wind pipe. This triggers coughing and
t Pip I 1111111118. hacking in an attempt to clear the airway. .
1 Any condition which causes irritation of the lining of the .
nasal passages sinuses or throat can post nasal drip. Some of",,
r I \ noinU i +pI these ,are:;,''temperature changes;? inhaled ,dust, "fumes or ,
: / The Decorators t' lea Store4' smoke;; infection with abnormalities such as a blocked,nasal ::
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associated with post-nasal drip. .
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GARY BALANOFF HE DOES NOT SEE the situation gettingany jQ- .
Alligator, Staff WriterDr. brighter in the future.
"The philosophy of the lab has been. I've
Henry Aldrich is running out of money. tried to maintain a minimal amount of
Aldrich a UF associate professor in supplies for everybody to' use," he said. By
botany, is in charge of the electron May 1, though, there may not be enough
microscopy lab in Bartram East, and he is money left to run the lab.
trying to cut corners and eliminate wasteful The photographic budget is about $1,5000
!spending throughout the lab. per year, including cost of chemicals, paper, x 4
BUT HE IS IN a worse budgetary positionnow and film. cpa
than he was in 1V68 when the lab opened.The ., MATERIALS ARE ALSO necessary for
lab has three major peices of equip fixing and embedding the cells under the
ment-three electron microscopes worth a microscopes.The .
total of $80,000. Now Aldrich has another material needed for fixing the cells is
problem-two of the microscopes no longer osmium., a precious metal worth $12 per
have service contracts.If gram.
anything goes wrong. Aldrich has to fix Epoxy and plastic mixtures are also very
the microscopes himself.: expensive. A bottle of a material known a
THE PROBLEMS STARTED when ERL-4206, which is used tor the embedding
Aldrich acquired a Phillips electron process costs $40 per bottle.
microscope from the metallurgy department. ALDRICH SAID THE users of the lab
may go through a bottle in a month.
'It's like having a "We try" to use cheaper resins as much''as
we can, he said.
Aldrich said by May I all the money for
10-year-old VW and !such supplies may have dried up and people
wanting to use the lab will just have to dow
ithout.
.WHEN EVERY LAB worker is in it for photo by eric estrin
the nearest dealeris
himself. Aldrich said. there will probably be a DR. HENRY ALDRICH AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
certain amount of jealosy and backbiting. "It .if anything serious occurs, equipment will not be repairedMicrobiology
in Atlanta'Dr. leads to ultimate inefficiency," Aldrich said.
"Granting agencies don't have any money
either." he said.
Aldrich"You He said the lab is crucial to many different labBy
. Henry people. '

THE MAJORITY of the lab work is done
never know what t the budget is going by members of the botany department, both
lo be until Aug. 15 at the earliest" Aldrich students and faculty. About 25-30 per cent of degrees cooled and then washed."
!said. So he went ahead with service contractson the work is done by the department of Alligator, Staff Writer He added some items are washed by hand
the other (two microscopes in the lab. microbiology, 30 per cent by the zoology and some are run through the dishwasher.Lab .
The I contracts absorb! $4,500 of the $10.000 department, and the biochemistry department Stacks of dirty glassware littering the helper is a full-time position, but
which the lab is allotted each year. doesn't use the lab much, according to' counters and tables of the Microbiology lab currently some volunteers are washing!
.ON NOV. 1, ALDRICH got the order ,to Aldrich. may force its closing today according. to Dr. glassware on their own time. But the dirty
make cutbacks. He started by cancelling the Each of the three electron microscopes has Paul Smith, chairman of the department .of dishes still keep piling up according to
service contracts on the Hitachi electon magnification power of over 1000.000 times. microbiology. Smith.
microscopes each of which have an unused "If you're doing structural studies you've "WE'RE GOING TO RUN OUT of clean 'This is a questionable way to oper te." he
value of $40.000. ,just about got to have an electron glassware by Friday" Smith predicted earlier
One-third, of the !service contract had been microscope Aldrich said. this week. "I 1 wrote a letter to Dean (C.A.) said.SMITH SAID one solution to the glassware!
paid already and the remaining amount was SINCE 1968, 85.90 people have been VanderWerf suggesting we close the labs shortage was to have lab instructors
used! to maintain the service contract on the trained to use the electron microscopes. They before the whole thing collapses." DCl11on trale to !students i instead of
remaining electron microscope. have gone through individual botany classes Smith said 1100 students are in lab classesat having the students perform their own.
Without the !service contracts Aldrich the 300. 400. and 500 level.
makes simple repairs but if anything serious 'The philosophyof Microbiology's lab helper transferred to "I 1 don't know of any other institution that
should occur he said he can't fix it. another department Dec. 6, 1974 leaving her. would approach it like this," Smith !said.
"IT'S LIKE HAVING a 10-year-old VW position open. Under current budget con VanderWerf said he has appealed to
the lab has
and the nearest dealer being in Atlanta" ditions all open positions are frozen and several sources for help in keeping the lab
Aldrich said. The service contract covers all replacements may not be hired. open.
maintenance travel expenses incurred by the been to maintaina When the lab helper left microbiology was "We're clawing and grasping for funds lor
company, parts and labor.plus travel and unable to hire a new worker to keep up with supplies" VanderWerf said.
parts. minimal amountof the mountainous stacks of slides petri dishes COMMENTING ON the possibility of
THE PARTS MAY be very expensive. and glass tubes used in experiments., instructors performing lab demonstrations
Aldrich pointed to a long!, inexpensive- supplies 'for SMITH SAID, "Some bacteria are VanderWerf said. "It's not the preferredway.
looking and said if it blew out it would cost potentailly pathogens (harmful) so each pieceof ."

$1.200 to replace. everybody to use. glassware is autoclaved (sterilized) at 135 VanderWerf had not heard any news of
There are other day-to-day problems also.
When UF President Robert 0. Marston ,
dissolved the Division of Biological! the botany department took over the labs. the use of the microscopes. H, r ,
The labs were promised two people who Aldrich said he has gotten! cooperationfrom ,' ;;:"
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would aid in the administrative and all four departments which ha\e ,extensive 1
secretarial work. But the department didn't use of the microscopes but there was any otherinstitution
get the extra help. nothing they could do if they don't rme'any
NOW ALDRICII IS doing much of the extra funds. Until those funds come through, 'IIIIIjj'
administrative work himself. service contracts will not be bought. that
.
"I'm keeping books on that personally.. he "It's foolish to operate a lab' of this size .\
said but added there is a limit to how much a without a service contract on all three"
person can do. Aldrich said. would approachit
On top of the lack of service contracts for If only small things go. wrong everything .........
two of the three electron microscopes and lack will be alright. but "if there's something more '
administrative and secretarial help aldrichwas serious .". Aldrich's voice trailed off. If like this.
asked to cutback $1.000 of his original something serious happens. UF will be forced ..-
$10.000 into harder times. iiI. !
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By JANET PARK Education is now responsible for making its per cent cut was made in the final six monthsof UC HAS ONE broken-down machine he
and own budget cuts according to Associate DeanDr. the fiscal year. said. "We've never had that kind of luxury
GARY BALANOFF Emmett Williams. "Instead of our final release being 20 per (Xeroxing'in) University College." .
Alligator Staff Writers "EACH DEPARTMENT'S SHARE of the :ent of the total budget it will only be approximately "Other colleges are learning to live like we
budget goes roughly by the number of 10 per cent." she said. lived all along" Brown said.
Leaky roofs, cutbacks in Xerox use, a travel professors in the department," he said. VANDERWERF SAID the operating He said, "There's an outside chance we'll
moratorium, and a freeze on new hirings have Departments such as Secondary and expense cutback "created tremendous make it through the year by cutting back. But
reduced extra UF expenses to a bare Childhood Education tend to receive a larger problems." we're not going to use a meat axe."
minimum.

"People are really taking it on the chins, r'....." "
and taking it good," commented Dr. Bob
Burton Brown, dean of University CollegeUC Hard Times At UFA
( ). :

Measures taken to assure UF would survive J
budget cutbacks include severely cutting :
operating expenses. Special Reportshare
"SPARTAN MEASURES" were taken by .:
the College of Arts and Sciences, according to
Dean C.A. VanderWerf. "We tried of expense money because of their needto The expense budget includes expenses for COOPERATION FROM departmentheads
desperately to economize without detrimentto travel more, he said. faculty travel long-distance phone calls, was stressed by Brown VanderWerf.
teaching programs." That department sends students teachersout Xerox service, and supplies for everyday Sisler and Williams. All four praised the
Arts and Sciences, the largest UF college to intern for a quarter' but it is doing its operation. attitudes of their faculty incoping with the
included in the Education and General (E&G) share to cut back by trying to place students Dean Harry Sisler of the graduate school pared budget.
budget will be operated on "overall control"next teachers closer to UFo Williams said. said the freeze on travel "puts a moratoriumon Microbiology department chairmen Dr.
quarter VanderWerf. PROFESSORS WHO TRAVEL around all professional relationships with other Paul-Smith said, "I've seen faculty members
"Overall control" includes pooling the observing their students quite often pick up universities. present reasonable courses with a practically.
departments' Other' Personnel Services (OPS) the tab themselves rather than submit a SISLER SAID he was scheduled to attend a non-existent budget."
budgets. An intensive study is now being travel voucher that is virtually impossible to scientific symposium in quantum chemistry in Microbiology is currently suffering from
made of committments to graduate students have approved. January; but had to cancel the trip because another form of budget control freeze of
arid teaching needs according to Van. "We're just trying to survive on what'savailable there was no money to pay travel expenses.He faculty, staff, and career service positions
derWerf. ." he commented. "We're just tryingto said he plans to pay his own way to the when a vacancy occurs.A .
"A MAJOR PORTION of the Arts and get through winter quarter." Southern Association of Graduate Schools UNIVERSITY.WIDE policy the freeze
Sciences budget goes for salaries," Van- No graduate teaching assistants have gone convention. prevented microbiology from hiring another
derWerf said. "These committments, and our unfunded in the college according to "You can survive without permanent harm lab-helper when theirs left. The labhelperwas
committments to our graduate students, are Williams. There are 52 employed this quarter. provided this kind of treatment is' not in charge of washing glassware used in
our primary goals." LIKE ALL OTHER COLLEGES prolonged," he said. microbiology experiments.
VanderWerf did not issue a blanket policy education's equipment budget was frozen and
"THIS KIND OF treatment prolonged over
for departmental cutbacks, but "appealed approximately 10 per cent of operating expense several years could reduce this university to 'We're just tryingto
for belt-tightening to and let
departments money was not released. "
the level of mediocrity, Sisler said.
them make their own internal adjustments." Mrs. Nita Batts, administrative assistant in Travel expenses in the College of Architecture survive onwhat's
Also. each department in the College of the College of Arts and Sciences, said the 10 and Fine Arts were also cut

severely, according to Interim Dean Joseph available

I close Sabatella.The art.department chairman had to cancela Gus Harrer UF director of libraries,
suggestedundergraduate trip to Washington to attend the College Art mentioned several weeks ago that problemsarose
Conference, Sabatella said. from the freeze on hiring.A .
bookkeeper who became ill and had to be
SABATELLA SAID Architecture and Fine
possible funding by press time Thursday. teaching program is grossly out of work for a while could not be replacedby
According to Smith, students could not underfunded. UF spends $3.18 per student in Arts does not use verox machines to run off reshuffling staff members to take her
tests, but said major cutbacks came in other
wash the glassware they use in experiments the microbiology program. place.
for several reasons. Smith compared UF's funding figures with areas. SHE USES A SYSTEM of bookkeepingcalled
Art models, chemicals, ceramics ,
"The process of autoclaving cooling and the University of California at Davis' supplies "double-entry" bookkeeping, and sinceno
washing takes at least 30-minutes." he said. microbiology lab. musical instruments, and visiting performersare one else in the office knows that system
"This cuts in on the students' lab time." "WE SPEND $3500 per year; they spend some of the expenses eliminated. Harrer said he felt a position should be found
said "not increased
Sabatella the
budget was
.ALSO, TilE LAB'S BUDGET only allows $30,000 for a program wmcn has six' fewer and a new bookkeeper brought in.
this
cent"
for breakage of one petri dish and one pipette students." one year. Answering prospective graduate students'
(glass tube) per quarter. With students "In due time, we won't be able to place any UC DEAN BROWN said any cuts in the inquiries posed another problem to several
handling the materials in a short amount of of our students if the situation is not relieved UC budget are generally the same as those colleges and departments.
time, breakage is bound to occur, he said.. he said. experienced across campus. VanderWerf his college fell behind fora
The( eventual outcome of this glassware "It's our charge to educate our !students to "We're virtually wiped out," he said. while but is now caught up.
unavilabilty. Smith said will result in the the point of being competitive in their fields of referring to travel budgets. Sisler said his college also fell behind
downgrading of the lab. education:' he said. Xerox, use could not be curtailed much because of lack of staff, but "we managed to
Smith said. "I see a stiuation where the "Without labs, this will be impossible." more, he said. stay within striking distance."




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Once again from the darkness surrounding the

secret investigations! of mass cheating in the UF

College of Business Administration' comes a

revealing splinter of light. I

Business College Dean Robert Lanzillotti; : ( /
hamming it up during a congregation of good ole

boys the other day, joked that his students accusedof

buying and selling exams were just exercising"the

best business practices of maximizing
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profits." L

Maybe like the fellow]] at the cocktail party who ,

discovers his fly open, the dean's joke was an

attempt to save face.

On its face, we think the joke was in poor taste.

But its more serious connotations were brought to

mind by a professor we talked to the other day

about the cheating scandal, alleged]] to involve
some 200 business students.

This professor commented that one should not And now for the- good newsHas
be ready to completely excuse individual instructors
from any culpability for student -
cheating. the world turned a little brighter l lately in some
quarters or am I deluding myself? RICHARD
A careless remark by a teacher, hinting- a LAST WEEK the stock market rebounded to over 700 I
careless attitude toward academic honesty, may goa points. the first time that's happened in five months. Even BURKIIOLDER
long way in affecting students' attitudes,'' our IBM beleaguered by anti-trust and court actions, surged
professor friend said. upwards more than 25 points.. STAFF WRITINGS
Inflation shows !signs of backing oft": the s\hole cale price
And we agree. index has 1 l.illen 0.5 percent since November. This is now

So here we have a careless remarkprovoked being reflected by .tumbling retail prices in clothing, appliances lading that august body. The Democrats dumped F. Edward
and autos.AutomobiICS
attitudeabout which llcbcrt. chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, :
by an we can only guess themselves, a primary staple of North
W.K.: Poage chairman: of f the House Agriculture Committee:
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from the in the business ]]
top man college. American economic health, arc .being moved out in greater
and Patman. chairman of the House Steennji
How far down the line'of the college's 'administration quantities. Perhaps not enough are being !sold to stem ('ol1lm Wright ttee. /(
and faculty does the dean's sense of Deficit's unemployment woes but at !least it's a start.
humor extend? SUGAR, that calorie-!soaked tooth !totter the delight of RESULTS FROM the Peking National People's Congress
little children and the weakness of most people in general, has confirmed that the moderate faction in the Chinese mainland
Perhaps Dean Lanzillotti's experience as .-,actually! ,undergone a decline:.in retail price. For.the nation's government had emerged! victorious over the clamoring;
health this is a mixed blessing at best but for sweet-craving uidicals. This !should mean say experts, continued detente in
economic advisor to former President Nixon
North Americans a greater boon to the palate probably foreign affairs with a stress 'on domestic economic develop
makes the mess in Matherly Hall seem too .annot he imaginable. ment and consequent de-emphasis of jingoistic !sentiments
mundane for concern ( ongicss! is putting up a tight about shipping more of the and adical-inspircd! ideological sell-flagellation.
If so, it's all the more important the Honor taxpayers'money to Vict Nam to support a corrupt regime The I federally-!subsidized plus existence of I Richard Nixon
Court trials of accused cheaters be open to the whose only raison d'etre'isa'is the United States is that it was cut back last week thereby !saving taxpayers a little extra
public. isn't ('ommu n i t. money The former. Chic! Executive will have to stumble along
Thc I defense budget is about to undergo a trimming which ,somehow his 560.000 annual pension, his $200,000 annual
That may make Pentagon planners more responsible in the formulation office allowance and whatever other funds he can !soak from
we single out those business
way may of projected! expenditure outlays. All of which lecture circuits and book publishers.! We should all be so
students worthy of Lanzillotti's praise. means that a greater economy may be affected in military deprived.ON .
And. more importantly, those who don't deserveit. budgeting move which would certainly be amenable to theaverage A LOCAL level we UF students should be glad that the
taxpayer. \eil of !scciccy i is about to be lifted from those Honor Court
FOOD STAMPS have at least been temporarily exempted trials involving business administration students. Hen
from the comestible! inflation !spiral. This ought to come as though it's not likely for all we know a miniature Spanish
)t:ood news to the nation's impoverished. for they have borne Inquisition could have been transpiring within those shuttered
the. greatest brunt of the recent national economic con- judicial chambers. Anyhow its just healthier lor the
t t let cm ps. morale of the student body the reputation of the Honor
The I CIA. that covert behemoth, i is finally being in- Court, and the characters of the accused to be conducting/ \esti .lted. Perhaps the personages doing the spadework are trials in the sunshine.
not exactly t the CIA's worst nemeses but the fact that our own Perhaps though. I'm kidding myself Maybe things aren't
k.loak-and-datgcr:. executor of foreign policy is not above really av good as they look-there are still high unem
suspicion or examination surely manifests a salubrious at- ployment rates, the price of gas is still pretty stiff: and they're
t ti'ude'toward our governmental institutions. c\en discussing! jacking up the rates for on-campus housing.
'I he 44th Congress! i is possessed! of,a myriad of new faces Yet I maintain there i is still a little bit of cheery in the events
who'care not a whit for the decrepit seniority system per- that have occurred of late.

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I The other side of marijuanaSince I An letter.

open
1965. the increasinguse this provides no justification
of pot has been encouraged T DAN McCLURE for non-medical availability. '
by the widespread
Encouraging the use of pot to to VanderWerfDear
publicity of statements made cure alcoholism or drug
by a select few scientists and a 'GUEST COLUMNISTcassionally addiction seems ludicrous,
,larger: number of psychiatristswho especially m view of these Dr. VanderWerf:: I AM majoring in Communications -
advocated a more recent findings.The 1 am writing this letter to Sciences and
tolerant view towards pot. causing im- functioning in 'both logical facts are now with us. express my concern and Speech Pathology and these
AT TilE same time our potency. This has caused thought patterns and memory If your immediate reaction is alarm over the recent ter- terminations directly influence
news media has failed to clinical sterility! in men who retention often culminatingwith that it is all a lot of baloney, 1 minations of four staff my future as a studentat
provide equal coverage to the, are heavy' users. paranoid thinking. challenge you to at least find members in the Speech the University of Florida.
other side of the question 5)) It has a greater potential Ironically, pot impairs the out for yourself. Department. Division of Perhaps you are not aware
using the rationale that pot is for inducing cancer in lung 'users ability to judge the loss I hope there is no studentor Communication Sciences of the serious academic
probably no worse than tissues than does tobacco of his own mental processes. faculty at the Universitywho namely. Dr. William S. problems that have been
alcohol since most of the smoke THE RECENT article in would continue to risk Brown. Dr. Howard Roth- created in the Speechrelatedareas
short-term scientific research 6)) There is much evidenceof the Alligator stating pot's the potential hazards of pot man Dr. Stephen Feinstein. due to these ter-
failed to uncover any harmful irreversible brain cell potential as a therapeuticdrug without first personally investigating and Mr. Wayne Harrington. minations. Though the
attributes. Unfortunately, the damage after several years of was partially true. It has the latest scientific Though 1 do not know Mr. Independent Florida
same cannot be said true of chronic use. findings on both sides of the Harrington or Dr. Feinstein. 1 Alligator was told that these
the long-awaited, long-term 7)) Repeatedly large doses been proven to help relieve fence. Ignorance is not am writing for the benefit ofall gentlemen are in ,"non-
findings which have just leads to deteriorated mental glaucoma.! and asthma but always bliss.pression concerned. teaching" positions this is
started coming in since the not so.
summer of 1974.A Dr. Rothman, along with
large number of .. .THE FIRST WAYS: OF UNITED STATES MARINES, REPRESENTING: PHASE ONE OF THE: his research work and other
PINCER MOVEMENT BY UNITED STATES INVASION FORCES, LANDED THIS MORNING AND
distinguished scientists and MET HEAVY RESISTANCE FROM THE: ELITE, U.S.-TRAINED SAUDI duties also teaches a course in
researchers from around'the NATIONAL GUARD AS WELL AS THE HIGHLY PROFICIENT SAUDI AIR which I am presently enrolled.
CORPS USING THB VERY LATEST IN SLEEK, SOPHISTICATED UNITED r"
world have been accumulating STATES JET rIGHtER AIRCRAFT FLOWN BY U.S.-TRAINED PILOTS.: j This course SCH 385-Speech
detailed observations THE SAUDIS, EQUIPPED: WITH U.S. RIFLES AND THE ALL-NEW Acoustics is of invaluable
Zb4 RADAR-EQUIPPED MARAUDER TANK, BUILT IN THE UNITED STATES,
on the effects of HAVE INFLICTED HEAVY CASUALTIES ON UNITED STATES TROOPS AS THEY importance to anyone
pot. Many of them ad- SEEK TO PROTECT THEIR OIL FIELDS, BUILT BY U.S. OIL COMPANIES... majoring in Communication

mittedly began their research \' < '; 'Sciences and Speech
with a tolerant attitude ''r Pathology. Dr. Brown in
towards pot. addition to his research
But the most important 5 'R duties, is academic Coor-
I point in trying to establish :. dinator for the' Com
\ their ,credibility (which, alas, t munication Sciences ,Divisionin
, is almost } of .
a hopeless cause (f 4. the Department Speech.He
with many long-term users) is JflI \ also teaches SCH 386-
that there arc too many Speech Physiology; this
scientists with international course is a requirement for all,
reputations at stake who have M persons majoring in
!
independently accumulated Audiology Communication
mutually supporting and Sciences and Speech
overlapping results for it all to r"I' Pathology whether their
be a hoax. course of study is through the t
Keep in mind that College\ of Arts and Sciencesor
scientists who present their the College of Education.IF .
colleagues with falsified THESE men are terminated -
experimental data are easily who are you going to
lound out and gain bad have teach these courses! No
reputations in their field. one else has the qualificationsor
Anyway most all of the knowledge the subjectsto

researchers pot a clean who bill originallygave of health I Arts getting token support I practical adequately information supply neededin the

have recently changed their these areas.
minds. If you want to read I was also interested in
the discomforting evidence seeing that tuition will
for yourself go'to the libraryor EDITOR As one of the ,Government funding of the value of any brain Finally, for your probably increase for
write to the Eastland artists not castigated Paul Arts in the United States is surgery" he views. I ask edification, in 1908, two years graduate and undergraduate
!subcommittee care of the Schulke's article' ("Exhibit the lowest on a per capita myself if I would stop to more after Paul Cezanne's death fees. My response to that is, h
U.S. Senate. lacks lasting appeal," basis of any major -country in closely inspect a work of brain (Cezanne you may rememberwas "for what?". When my in- ...
Collectively, their works Monday January 20 1975)), I the "free world". surgery if I saw it displayed one of the greatest artistsof structors: and advisors have
have pointed to the following can be objective in my POINT THREE "Public outside the setting of a formal the late nineteenth and been eliminated, what
findings on pot:' response. taxes" hospital? early twentieth century) critics purpose would be served in
I I. It reduces DNA synthesis POINT ONE "Sound Public taxes paid for our POINT FIVE This !still' "downgraded" his abilityto attending graduate school at
thus impairing cell Leadership" by Universitiesin involvement in Viet Nam: A University, the BOR, and the draw and paint (within the this university! You have
division and normal cellular technology, medicine and few days there could pay for Legislature have never given sphere of their "highly dealt staggering blow to my
processess. the other sciences: the entire year's budget for anything but mere token subjective method for self- field of study. Unfortunately,
2)) Even !smoked in small Look,at the present energy the Arts now. (How many support to the Arts at the judging" etc., etc.) I am not the only student
University of Florida John A. O'Connor, Coor. involved. In times that are
amounts it can cause broken crisis and the impending food artists supported the U.S.'s
and malformedchromosomes I crisis. (See Smithsonian, involvement in Viet Nam, Mr. Perhaps this situation is not dinator bad. you have succeeded only
.presenting the January 1975 pp. 59-64)) Schulke?) "common knowledge, if you Lower Division Program making things worse.
possibility of future inherited Remember Viet Nam? Was POINT FOUR ;; Mr. follow the news media." Department of Art Barbara J. Gates

defects and abnormal births. our vehement an exampleof Schulke's "highly subjective
3)) Can reduce the science and technology method for self-judging the Women play billiards too ,
production of the immune providing leadership? first impression value of any

cells (lymphocytes) by 40 Medicine? Check out our visual art" he views -
percent 'these help providethe infant mortality rate. etc., or Would Mr., Schulke apply EDIOTRt The article by Ms. Gilmer and Ms. Obey will be competing in the
bodies' resistance to ask the poor how they pay for' the same method, for "Games Pay Off in Local Tourney", national tournaments later this year. They
disease. our excellent medical care. example, to brain surgery? Alligator 21175, concerning various deserve equal congratulations, be they male,
4)) Results in decreased POINT TWO'"Government Perhaps he would say he has a tournaments held in the Union this past female or whatever.
male. hormone (testosterone) funding of the "highly subjective method for weekend was good. except tor an important The controversy over the column by
levels, up to 50 percent OCt Arts": self-judging the first im- ,ommission: one that is particularly surprising Brancaccio by itself was bearable, but after
!since she is a woman. ,reading this article I'm beginning to understand -
The article dealt with the winner of the a lot of the beefs women have about
The Independent CORRECTIONWednesday's: : ,men's pocket billiards tournament, and !sports preference in journalism. I don't think
included several statements by him about the this happened on purpose, but nevertheless it
Florida Alligator column competition and activities in general.( Not shouldn't' have occured. In a sport ,such as
% appearing on the Alligator's bad. but what about the women's tour- billiards where strength is not such a

Doug Dial) ,Ron Cunningham! editorial page entitled nament? A\ University ofl j Florida student, determining factor, where men and women
Enttrwinmtnt Editor, Aitociot. Editor '" "Dumpster digging for Danny Obey (who! happens to bi female) won can compete on .'a' equal basis: and where
11' I profit" was incorrectly 'first place in this part of the billards competition there are none of the crowds of thousands that
G.orgt Kochoniec Jr. labeled by Mark Sutton. The jet (for any number of reasons) she, men so often use as a basis for male-oriented ('':
Photo Editor column was written..by David was not even mentioned. coverage anything but equal representation
Sutherland. Alligator Since more than 30 colleges' and univer and interest is,chauvinistic to say the, least.
Greg Forr.r Midi Kmmon Associate Editor Ron sities from four different states were
Sports Editor AMI. Nw Editor Cunningham regrets the represented this was quite an honor. for
error. both. Mr, LaPointe (of the men's tourney) Mark S. Sutton 2UC

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SCHEDULEDevery Although most students can not change the Smallwood. .
RENA EPSTEIN APPOINTMENTS ARE
Before then registration
there is some appointmentswere
Alligator Staff Writer 15 minutes from 8:30 m.-2:15 p.m. for priority that is assigned to them assigned according to
Smallwood."If grade '
each of the 10 scheduled registration days. "flexibility. according to That meant the better point
for average. students
have course
Now that midterm mourning has passed After the first priority the following six a student must a earlier
received appointments to ,
unable take it during register
it's time to look to the dawning of spring'snew priorities are determined by the last two digitsin )graduation: and is to ."The registrar thought it would
hope. the student's social security number. .. another quarter he may go to the department be an
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student incentive for students to work harder
in
will the their
That hope is to grab the early dates for Each quarter these priorities are 'rotated..blIf } chairman. The chairman put she said.
known a studies
I !spring registration. a student is in the seventh priority period into a closed section. I have never
However. Student Government
said. thought
their tor winter he will chairman to refuse. she the
UF students are receiving registration quarter registration move be
REGISTRATIONSYSTEM system should changed.
appointments in the mail this week for dates into the sixth .priority period tor spring THE PRESENT
has only Smallwood said the registrar and
of assigning appointments SO
ranging from Feb. 18 through Feb. 28. quarter registration.
Whether early or not-so-early there is a However if a student had second priority been in effect for three years according to formulated the present system.

method to assigning' appointments. registration for winter quarter he will wind
According to Wendy Smallwood assistant up back in the seventh priority registration for
registrar the appointments are assigned on spring quarter.SO services
the basis of seven priorities."IF ACCORDING TO SMALLWOOD, Housing subject
YOU HAVE COMPLETED 145 hoursor there is a possibility it may take up to two
more you get into the first priority period" years to receive a "good" priority registration
she! said. appointment.The .
First priority means the first section of daysin following is a list of the last two social of student questionnaireBy
the registration period but Smallwood said !security numbers that are used to determine
the number of days in the first period varies priorities two to seven:
according to the number of'students who 34-50 second priority.
completed 145 hours or more. .51.67 third priority. LINDA WISNIEWSKI telephone and refrigerator?
"For example if there were 3,000 studentsin 68-84 fourth priority. Alligator Staff Writer THE QUESTIONNAIRES, given by the
the first priority (hat number would be 85-99 fifth priority. UF Division of Housing will determine what
divided among the registration periods each .00.16 sixth priority. services students would be willing to do
day" Smallwood said.Drug I7-3J seventh priority. UF students, in the face of possible rent without and if there is a demand for more co-

hikes are being asked in a questionnaire what ops. Peet said.
luxuries they would do without if it meant UF currently has two co-ops one in Reid
I Hall and the other in Buckman Hall.
scientists get grantA lower The rates."meat" of the questionnaire includes THE SURVEY WAS PASSED OUT by the
tour main questions according to Leonard resident advisors' in the dorms and by
Peet. division of housing business manager,. voluntary floor advisors in Beaty Towers last
$63.581 grant was received by UF Drugs to be studied include morphine The four questions are: week. Peet said.
pharmacy researchers to continue studies of amobarbital! and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC .Would you do without a room telephone if Although it is not mandatory that dormitory
commonly abused drugs. ). Studies are being conducted through it would reduce your rent by $10 a quarter? residents turn in the questionnaires
The National Institue of* Drug Abuse animal models and analog computer ,Would you do without a room refrigeratorif Peet said he hopes as many students as
renewed the grant through Nov. 30. 1975. so techniques to determine the effects of specific would reduce your rent by $10 a quarter? "possible turn in the forms because "we wantas "
that t these !studies could go on. drugs. Would you do without linen service if it great a student response as possible.
Graduate, and post-doctoral students interested would reduce your rent by $10 a quarter? The results of the survey will be available
The grant named: Dr. Edward Garrett in new approaches to drug .Would you be willing to live in a full co-op next Wednesday. Peet said.
graduate research .professor as principal development and clinical pharmacology will for $100 a quarter perform your own Approximately 5,700 students were given!
investigator. be involved in the study.EJ janitorial services, and do without a room the questionnaire.


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Av&d"i'hg '. topic i .



of self defense lectureBy



LESLIE GOLAY One of the physical tactics' McAdam
Alligator Staff Writer recommended against' p attacks was ''to
run, under any circumstances. If running is
"The first thing the potential rapist looks at impossible, then. strike a blow to a vulnerable
is your body language," Alyce McAdam body area.
warned th" group of men and women "Knee his groin, smash his nose, break his
Wednesday evening. fingers,smash his instep or smash the delicate
"Your walk must show confidence with cartilage in his knee," McAdams said. "The
long strides and your body should express only thing you should think of at the moment, .
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assertive,action such as hitting your hands is'can I survive?'" x
together, ]McAdam told the audience at herselfdefense Above all, McAdam 'said, "if you don't photo by (John moron
demonstration at the Center for trust a situation, then act on it." SELF DEFENSE DEMONSTRATION
United Ministries.IF .Alyce McAdam speaks on self defense
A WOMAN thinks she is being followed,
McAdam'sj advice is to,turn around and look.
She shouKln't hunch' her shoulders and Grad student to probe Infirmary budget IBy
shuffle along, she said.
"You should think to yourself I have every ::1
right in the world to be where I am right STUART EMMRICII Student
Senate which has to approve the
now, she urged. Alligator Staff Writer allocations.
"If you'itf\ in a crowded,area and someone's FINAL
APPROVAL has to come from the
bothering you just yell shout or scream, 'Bug A graduate student in the College of UF administration.Greg .
off creep/! / she said. "He'll be" sure to get lost Business Administration has been hired by Sherman, student body treasurer anda
when people begin to stare. Student Government to investigate the member of ASFAC, said he thought the
AT ONE POINT in the demonstration operations of the UP Student Health Services. committee would be able to evaluate the other
McAdam had everyone scream the Karate David.Kendall: 7A, is being.paid $350 by budgets without, too much, trouble. but- explained -
yell KEEEEY AAAAAJ The scream was to y SG to look into the financial operations and the .budget of the infirmary .was
instill tear, into any would-be. attacker, she i ;a ac the efficiency of the infirmary complex enough to warrant hiring someone
{ said. vAccording, THE INVESTIGATION was requested by with knowledge of the area to examine it.
to McAdam a rapist hates members of the Activity and Service Fee Sherman said Kendall had experience in
f women lor;any number of reasons. "Maybe he Advisory Council (ASFAC), who have to the field of hospital administration. '
{ didn't get pny' attention when he was young examine, the budget of ,the infirmary and THE REPORT BY Kendall will be in two
t Now he is trying to gain attention and respect. allocate part of the student activity fee moniesto parts, according to Sherman, the first phase
'f "A rape is not a ,sexual act, it's a power, the infirmary, will 1 deal with the raw dates and figures on the
control and violent act. A potential rapist r ASFAC is a student committee that current infirmary budget, and the second
objectifies his" victims. He does not,see,them _k< examines the proposed budgets of campus phase will be of a long term nature.
as persons, she explained. organizations requesting portions of the Sherman said the long term report will be
"YOUR DEFENSE is to treat, him as a student activity fee. amoredetailed analysis of the "services of the
person worthy of some respect. Keep your GREG SHERMAN After reviewing the budgets individually, infirmary in relation to cost," and any
wits together and keep talking" she said.. .ASFAC member ASFAC makes its recommendations' to the possible areas of inefficiency.
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Spring Quarter Registration University



Monday through February 28 Digest


Registration for Spring Quarter of all 28. this week. If a student has not in receivedhis the next Produced by the DivIsion ofhfomatlmt 4fubliattont
currently enrolled students begins Mon- Registrar Vernon Voyles said that all registration appointment the Service to common
I I to
day and runs through Friday, February registration appointments were mailed few days, he should the report Registrar'sOffice bIt official notice A Important
Information Desk lin information to itudentt,faculty Anaff
Ha'IT basement.
in Tigert at the t'tiivrrsity of FloridaJazz

Here's:: ,Keglstraffew: SehedweAppointments : : I appointments Students are under assigned a procedure registration workedout .

between the Registrar's Office and
ON GfilPUS',
Student Government in 1972. The systemis
by Social Security Number
designed so that every student gets the
(Social Security Numbers Rotate Upward Each Quarter) same priority for registration appoint-. :

PRIORITY SOCIAL SECURITY NO. ments as every other student during Concert
NUMBER FINAL DIGITS DATE AND TIME seven quarters of attendance at the
University of Florida. Registration ap- Tonight 8:15
1 (Over 145 hours) 8:30: a.m., Mon., Feb. 17-2 p.m., Wed., Feb. 19 pointments are assigned on the basis of
seven priority groups. Priority one The third major concert in the Presi
2 34-50 2 p.m., Wed., Feb. 19-1:30 p.m., Thurs., Feb. 20 students are those with more than 145 dent's Fourth Annual Festival of Music is
scheduled for tonight at 8:15: in
hours. p.m.
3 51-67 1:30: p.m., Thurs., Feb.1:30: p.m., Fri., Feb. 21
Priorities 2 through 7 are assigned on University Auditorium. This concert will

4 68-84 1:30: p.m., Fri., Feb. 212 p.m., Mon., Feb. 24 the basis of the last two digits of students' feature the University Jazz Band No. 1
social security numbers. Each quarter directed by Gary Langford with guest
5 85-99 2 p.m., Mon., Feb. 24-2 p.m., Tues., Feb. 25 every student moves up one priority until low brass soloist, Rich Matteson.
he reaches priority 2, and if he does not Persons holdings tickets are remindedthat
6 00 16 2 p.m., Tues., Feb. 25 -8:30 a.m., Thurs., Feb. 27
the tickets for
are good
have 145 hours, he drops down to priority guaranteed
7 17-33 8:30 a.m., Thurs., Feb. 27-11:30 a.m., Fri., Feb. 28. 7 and starts to move up again. seating only until 8 p.m. After that time,
individuals who do not have tickets may
be admitted without charge if empty

Indian Leaders from 9 CountriesTo seats Guest are soloist available.Rich Matteson, associate

director of the jazz lab band program at
I I North Texas State University, will

Speak Up' Here Next Week siasts conduct in master Bachman classes Band for Auditorium brass enthu-at .

11:15 and 1:25 .
: a.m. p.m. today. Anyone
Thirty-five Indian leaders from eight guage be Amerind (native peoples the interested may attend. '
South and Central American countriesand CHINALTfCOMAHUA Americas). No outsiders will be permitted Touring Theatre
Mexico and at least a half dozen YAOUI .MAYA to participate in their discussions The University Performing Arts Series 'j
United States Indians will gather on AINCNIOTOMI' CNOCO OUAJIIIOANAWAN during the four morning sessions so they brings the Kansas State University- /.
campus next week to "speak up." zApoTC'MAM ? will have no inhibitions about what they based Continental Theatre Company to
They will be here for the 25th annual / CUNAOUNMj want to speak up, about. They will begin University Auditorium for a pair of
Latin American Conference sponsoredby : OUAYMICAKCMIOVEL gathering Saturday and Sunday to be- performances Saturday. The troupe will
the Center for Latin American CAMPAOUICNUA come acquainted with one another before present "Cinderella" at 2 p.m. The
Studies. The program is entitled "The discussions begin. They will be housed in musical comedy version of the classical
First Americans Speak Up." J.Wayne Reitz Union. story is recommended especially for
Representing at least 20 different tribal jomuAYMAIIA" Topics for discussion will be deter- children in the kindergarten through
and cultural groups, the Indian leaders mined by the leaders to insure that their sixth grade range, who must be accom-
will meet for four hours each morning OUAIIANIMAPUCN views are "grass roots." They will be panied by an adult. Tickets are free for
Monday through Thursday to determine encouraged to break up into four University students, $2 for non-student
what they want to "speak up" about. workshops each morning and to rotate adults, and $1 for children under the age
Each afternoon they will summarize [ their moderators. UK graduate students of 12.
their morning discussion in a two-hour will be assigned each group to assist in At 8:15: p.m. the 20 member traveling
session with educational and govern- preparing reports. group presents "The Night Thoreau
mental observers from their countries. Among the observers to be here are Following the conference, a book will Spent in Jail." Considered a poetic
Then, the observers will have an hour'to Ruz Rueda, director of educational be published containing the best presen- theater event written by authors of
ask questions. planning for Colombia; Guillermo Put- tations, a newsletter established and the "Inherit the Wind," the play dramatizes
Finally, on Friday there will be zeys Alvarez, minister of education for leaders will be encouraged to maintain Thoreau's views of the individual's
morning and afternoon open-to-the Guatemala; Luisa Stark, director of the contact with one another and to work in Studentsare
responsiblity a democracy.
public sessions,during which reports will Inter-American Institute of Developmentof closely with governmental leaders in admitted free but should make
presented in English and Spanish sum- Ecuador; Maria Fanning of Panama's their own countries. reservations. 3921653. Non students
marizing the four days of discussion.The Interamerican Literacy Foundation;; Ed- Participants in the conference will be Calling tickets at the
purpose of the conference, accor- gard Chavez,of Peru's National Instituteof entertained with music and dance of can purchase $2.50
ding to Center Director William E. Educational Research and Develop' many of the countries represented at the Constans Theatre Box Office.
Carter is "to give these indigenous -ment, and Mariada C. Bourgin, special Florida State Museum.: Florida Players t
leaders for the first time an opportunityto assistant for international minority programs In addition to the summary sessions in Florida Players tackle"The Taming of ',i
share insights,compare problems,and Bureau of Educational and the Reitz Union Friday, the public has the Shrew"at 8 p.m.today and tomorrowin
make their, voices heard to the outside Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of been invited to the inauguration of an Constans Theatre. University students ,
world." State. exhibit on the Machu Pichu Incan are admitted free, and non students can
"Participants may look upon the Indigenous leaders will range from a archaeological site in Peru in University purchase $2 tickets at the theatre box
meeting as occasion to vent their housewife-farmer, who will have to walk Gallery Thursday evening and to the office from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
dissatisfactions, and perhaps vehemently several miles through the Chilean moun- luncheon ($3.75)) and banquet ($5.75)) Photo
so," Dr. Carter continued, "then tains from her village to catch a bus, to Friday. Tickets may be purchased Contest Is OpenTo
return to their countries and find all the first chief of the Cuna tribe of Sunday evening from 7:30: to 9:30: and
doors closed to any sort of meaningful Panama, to a deputy in the national, Monday morning from 8 to noon in 361 All StudentsA
follow-up. That is why we have invitedone Congress of Guatemala.All JWR Union. Banquet speaker will be Dr. photo contest for both color and
or two select, empathetic govern- of the indigenous leaders speak A. Curtis Wilgus, founding time directorof black white, open to all University of
ment officials or outstanding scholars Spanish, but one of the requirements for the Center for Latin American Studies Florida students is being sponsored by
from each country." participation was that their first Ian- Center. Luncheon speaker will be Evan- the Arts and Sciences Student Council.

Board- of- Announces gelina Arana v de Swadesh, director of First prizes will be$50; 2nd, $30; and 3rd,
Regents bilinqual education programs, National $20. .
I I Indigenous Institute of Mexico, one of the The only requirement for the photos,
Pensacola/ Meeting March 10 official observers. according to Arts and Sciences Council

member Heidi Roth, is that they "deal
The Board of Regents has announced a give consideration to reducing first-time- A&S Students NeedTo with some aspect of the arts or sciences." .

public meeting, its regular monthly in-college ceilings by 15 per cent; Pick Up ''Printouts Photos may be realistic:. or abstract.
meeting, for Monday, March 10, at 9:30: modification of student fees and de- Deadline is Wednesday, February 26.
in the Auditorium of Gamma creasing out-of-state waivers.A .
a.m. Arts and
Sciences Plans winning
undergraduate stu- are to exhibit the six
College, University of West Florida, copy of the agenda may be obtainedby dents
I participating in the pilot self-regis- photographs in the Reitz Union showcase
Pensacola.The writing to the corporate secretary, tration-program ..
;can pick. up their
Florida' Board of Regents, 107 West
individual computer printouts in Entry blanks and information may be
notice stated that the board would Gaines Street, Tallahassee, 32306.. de-
partment offices .
starting today. obtained in Room 103, Anderson Hall.The

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A University of Florida entomology The Female Lures
professor's work in firefly communication ,
was the cover story of Science Yet, Lloyd says, this sort of knowledgeis
Magazine February 7. The Science Then Eats The Maleknow necessary. "For example,'all insects
.. section of the February 17 Time respon- communicate and fireflies do so in quitea
ded with a story on Dr. James E. Lloyd's species of mammals, reptiles and graphic way. What better beast to
work, as did the New York Times. birds, but don't have the same famil- study in order to learn the basics of
The catchy thing is that the photuris iarity with kinds of insects. insectan information exchange?"
: firefly females respond to the mating James E. Lloyd

flashes of males of other smaller firefly _..__..
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species and when the male alights to
mate "she grabs him and eats him,"
according to Lloyd."Exploitation .
of some type is found in
all animals,"explains the veteran spy on
the after hours insects. "Remember that
every living thing we see today is here
because its ancestors outbred others of
its kind and made the necessary adapta-
tions to cope with exploitation."
Lloyd will travel to Djakarta, the
capital of Indonesia, spring quarter to
further study communications among
the beetles with the turned-on tail lights.
The evolutionary biologists, says his
work increases man's knowledge of the .
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I myriad kinds of insects. I Fireflies Fatales '1\:

"Biologists have studied and come to As conniving femmes fatales; Mata Gainesville Lloyd watched male fireflies ect; male fireflies-apparently noting
Hari and Delilah pale by comparisonto on the wing emitting light signals. slight differences in the flashes and sus-
female fireflies of the genus Photuris. These varied in number, rate and du- pecting female wiles-are not always
Like other fireflies these nocturnal ration from one species to another as taken in by the ruse.But the female Pho-
Learn How winged beetles send out short rhythmic did the responses of the females perched turis generally manages to lure capture
flashes of light as part of a special sig- 'tS on shrubbery below. Using a pocket and swallow at least one male out of j
nal system that attracts males of the flashlight. Lloyd learned to imitate the every ten for whom she sets her cap.
To Use New same species. The female Photuris practices signals of various species. He soon dis- How did such mimicry evolve?
I.. a deadly variation of this ritual. It covered that when he gave the mating Lloyd noted that the females' responsesto
modifies its signal to mimic the flash pat, flash of a male Photinus, a female PhoII certain Photuris males are similar to
LD PhonesTraining tern of different species of fireflies and I 1 r turfs sometimes responded.When Lloyd the flashes the females give off when
thus lures unsuspecting males. Once [switched signals, flashing the mating they walk land or take flight. Perhaps
they are in reach the female devours i,G: pattern of a different male species the 4 these "locomotion" flashes were gradually -
sessions of the versatile female Photuris often began to :i modified to attract males of difI -
on use new I
them.This odd bit of insect behavior was :*" mimic the proper response for the fe- erent species. In any event, the Pho-
intrastate SUNCOM network .
telephone discovered by James E. Lloyd an entomologist rA.male of that species. In fact a female ;... turis' wide range of mimicry suggests to .
going into effect March 1 will be held next at the University of Floridain ,. can mimic the signals of at least three. "; Lloyd that the lowly firefly has a more
week on campus. Each participatingoffice Gainesville. While studying fireflies t:i '' different species.Locomotion. .::I, complex brain than entomologists ever
is being asked to send a represen- on the ground or in low vegetation in.Jhe Flashes. Lloyd beJ suspected.
tative to learn details of the new system. university's biological preserve at lieves that the mimicry is not always per- .| ,
TIME PEBRUARW.1975
According to Telephone Manager
Nancy Swink, most offices on campus
will be joining the SUNCOM network and Activity Service Fee Committee

over 1,000 campus numbers will be I I
affected. IFAS, which has its own
telephone system, will not be involved in Athletic Allocationsinterviewer
the SUNCOM operation. To Discuss
Training sessions will be offered from 9

to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m., The 7-member student Activity and Meetings, Open To All cubicles; $5,418 for microfilm
Wednesday in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Service Fee Advisory Ccmmittee ; system for storage and retrieval of
Auditorium. Two sessions will be offered (ASFAC), whose responsibility it is to Schedule Is Announced student records; and $10,500 for develop-
Thursday,from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to make recommendations regarding allocation ment of programs for computer mat-
4 p.m., in the Medical Sciences Building of activity and service fee monies, $50,000 for construction of six 4-wall ching of graduating students with poten-
Auditorium. will hold an open meeting from 4:30: to handball courts; $11,000 for two outdoor tial employers.
SUNCOM, approved in 1973 by the 5:30: p.m.,Monday in Room 122,J. Wayne 4-wall squash courts (at present the Activity and Service Fee Committee
Governor and the State Cabinet, will Reitz Union,to discuss 1975-76 allocationsto campus has no squash courts); and meetings are open to all students, faculty
permit state agencies to eliminate pre- the Athletic Association.The $1,100 for improvement to the light and staff. Other hearings are planned for ,
sently leased WATS lines. Activation of ASFAC group was created last switch system on the various games Wednesday, Feb. 19; Friday, Feb. 21;
SUNCOM is expected to reduced the cost year after the Legislative turned the job courts (including an automatic cut-off and Monday, Feb. 24. All will be held
of intrastate telephone services by 20 to of allocating activity and service fees system). from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. in the Reitz Union.
50 per cent. over to students.In The Career' Planning and'Placement Students serving on the Committee
The State Division of Communications, a meeting last week the Committee allocation recommendation was broken include Student Body Treasurer Sher-
which contracted with the telephone recommended that $62,100 in A & S fee down as follows: $963.48 for reproductionof man; Student Senate President Kevin
industry of Florida for SUNCOM, will monies from fiscal year 1974-75 be student qualifications record files for Malone; Senators Sue Cline, Ken Chap-
determine the monthly charges on the allocated to the Intramurals Depart- job interviews on campus and to send to man and Sue Wheelwright; Student Body
basis of a 20 per cent sampling of ment, and that $23,881.48 be allocated for potential employers not recruiting on Presidential Appointee Warren Wilson;
completed calls-a method approved by Career Planning and Placement. campus; $1,000 for student resume and representative from the student bodyat
the State Cabinet. Some short-term Approximately $88,000 remains in the reproduction;, $6,000 for seven, student large,Louis Piedrahita.
inequities are initially expected, but it is 1974-75 Activities. and Service Fees fund.If .
estimated that billings will average 99 it is not allocated by the end of the Prison Inmates Problems Aired I I
per cent accuracy within a three-month fiscal year in June, it carries over to the
period. 1975-76 fiscal year. All recommendations Arts and Sciences Student Councilis Rathskeller, Dr. Myle Alexander will
i' Departmental billings will provide the made by the Committee must be sponsoring an ongoing series, "The host a program entitled, "Prisoners'
following information for each of the approved by the Student Senate,Student Forgotten Americans," which will focuson Night Out, which will include per-
sampled calls:date, originating number, Body Treasurer,Student Body Presidentand minority groups in American culture. formances by and discussions with
terminating number, starting time of by the President of the University, This quarter's program focuses on the inmates from Raiford who are artists,
call, length of call rounded off to whole ,according to Greg Sherman, Committee problems and lives of inmates in state musicians, poets and writers.
minutes and cost (sampled call cost coordinator. The committee has no correctional institutions, and begins with Wednesday, February 19, a prison
times five). chairman.The three events next week. film, "Deathwatch," starring Leonard
I After. next week's training sessions, Intramurals allocation recom- Monday, Bacchus Productions will Nimoy, will be offered at 7:30: p.m. in
I departments with questions regardingthe mendation was broken down as follows: present Waiting for Godot," at 8 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium.All .
SUNCOM system should contact the J..Wayne Reitz Unon Ballroom. three events are free and open. tothe
Nancy Swink, 392-1146 Tuesday, February 18, at 7 p.m. in the public. -

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INDL MORE LOVERS you're with me, The You, sex, food talk, Happy Valentin doyl with love, from

and study evenings that never were your sis. Beak ((1-11-82-13)| )

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.. To my Lit Sis Diane, and a pinch, 'to she feeds ut free dinner of threaten to
rno kf 2v -- make you grow on inch. Happy pout' Spick It on angel she saved my

querida I odor you immensely' 'this It CuddleS"Our time n and forever. I Valentines Day your big brother, JIM frick, for a roomie and doctor she think
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many day spend LOVE YOU Ann one today WOW whendoigetmygih ) (I.1I-82-p) pd quick. (| 82-p)
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c U b2 you more each day you ,that' along lime, I LOVE YOU so much heart buono glorno vi do omorel' vlncento Dear Dudley, Thank you for sharing this el l burpo: your |jokes ore corny, to are
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may.vorS. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY CHRISTOPHER; oooh babyl it'll always be pressablecomfort of feeling4 safe Mill pretty neat pt I love you bunsl (j j-lt-
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polish sausage, love,Kolheryne.' ((1+82. 'toothie (|-lt-82-p)) cling to the vine, I'll taste your your feet; when you get horny, you'r
Pt) J kydd, let's, do-te-do w-wally t spot strawberries, I'll drink your tweet wine. still, pretty neat ps i love you buns) (j-ll-
because four weeks I II all we've got |Ib your love and warmth 'it all I need. thinking of you a lot Me ( -llj t.82pJo ) 82-p)
HI Colleen! Bet you are surprised. Havea your smile fills me with, happiness and .
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happy Valentine's Doyl I love you you'll be rhyme just say your laughter makes the sun thine. I f"Ge.) Jose You've mode 'this past year t four
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just' pet storied without you 'Happy Valentines Day to Maria and you are just a pooh-oir. living In my V love omto '75 (j-il-82-p)
.nly brubreck knows for lure at 6 am oil Christie at 8S9. from your next door house, you ore just a pooh-air, you n N\1 \\O e -
my love and kissteeesteet your hungry neighbor. at 863. squeek like, a moose, you'" are just a Vaughan tee-1 I LOVE YOU Putchkte very
man Ca'e! socks : \ much! Be my Baby always! Love,
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Happy Valentines Day and remember-you greet! future, including a double bed All love boog (l-lt-82-p) r) fashion show tonight at 8. you make my

I'd low Atlantalt82p(| ) my love Your fiance FLASH to becky k, iI'. beautiful, to see so much heart melt. I love you baby, your cut,..
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n't woman, and that you will honey. All my love darling, Mr*. Dink (|b' nar. : pQ.\ ... forever Howard. (j-tt-82-p) quick-draw, you better be ready to shoot
I b*.. t love you Bud, Yoyt. -82-p) rct \ (>oiS1cSQ5. Heyo Kidl Rose ore red. Violets are tonight but pleas close the. door and

closer than I ever thought jRose r O'cIr: 'itqucc) ) 1try'jQion4its2 blue, where it my cufy, YOUI? Happy $t. turn out ,th* lights! I love you hon,.more
are red and beer I is quite yellow, Remember what I '1st did feb. 14, 2 yrs
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i yet along V Day, Much LOVE the B B (j-it-82)
Bqt Walter Mike, Jim dm George ago? and what you did? Now look at u*
i Cuban bombshell. Carolina d* lindsay and Wayne ore my valentine \.C)1l. I ura.\\ti Dave I wanted to send a fw rays your got Sweetie, here's all my love foreverIf Hove a happy day Ttgger. I love you. I II
it* analVa1.Min. fellows! love N. I love each See H Frodo lime yet11 I want to be Frodo'd.
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r to Fronki Mikey bob g., fernondo lamas you'r not' or soon Your Sunshine (|-H-82-p) head of your To all Frl.' LOADs: May Love always Your Volentinrl82p(| )

Jim and MJ Mickey, but nothonks so you toy, but i think you'r terrific to' my QT BUNS and future mommy- 1975 be o BETA year! (j.lt-82-p) to boy: do you like m*? yea or no check
for keeping me worm at forward fireplace and If..l I hod chance do It all on*. p.s. I like you. from: girl room. 8 (j-
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Too bad w* didn't get it After ..10Y" *., the rabbit Mill loves Its love forever DYNAMITE (|-lt-82-p) Happy VDI All my love, All my life To my dearest Phil on Valentines day;

ir. Hop to see you soon. Missy (favorite carrot. (d-lt-82-p) to my future doc. happy valentine's day. Sherri (j-lt-82-p) the most beautiful day of th* year; the

i Your pussycat Rod Kot this makes number tow. there will. be COlLIN: The cooter and I are moanin' day you were born. Happy Birthday. All

Hers of Alpha Epsilon Phi would like:to Happy be 21 Valenlin.Birthdayl? love from your Heothenstl What' it many more because: I love you forever for the ban; if ever you need u* just my love, Chris Z. (j-H-82-p)

wish their pledges o happy l-lt-82-p( ) and forever love patti (|-lt-82-p)) pick up ,th* phone! W* will be walling; lemon drops, sunshine,and thing lij life

tines Day. Love the titters hey font are the greatest hard take me weechul Mar (j-.lt-82-p) easy, ore my valentine wishes" for my
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I for with each posting am th* happiest on earth toll dark and handsome mono I worship
you grow gomes your valentine Goofy (|-lt-82p) bird, i love you more today than person r
on To my roommates and to my frl.nd'n' T- yesterday.. and I know I will love you Thank you I tove you Scott (j.lt-82- you H-82-pl from afar. An Adoring Admirer. ((1-

ye> for each other was mean to 279, much respect and love Rickl ((1.1'-| much more tomorrow, hove a lovely Pj)
I I'm never going to say that "I 1 82-p) Vorry 10 million butterflies cant be valentine's dayl your littlest angelil! (| !- happy valentines PI Beta Pi and -.

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even if she can't hike, play tennis, cook, along. Package Deal (|-tt-82-p) My Peruvian traveler, Susie (j j-tt-82-p) + -\hQ. H'E5\-:-
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wish it were to give "il ,th** again. And d. "We loved too true to keep a friend; for the two most wonderful years I've

r Mark, No matter how rough things yet I wish ,but for th* love I hav. My At last were tired, my heart and I." ever experienced I love you more today
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little sisters of Delia Upsilon wish all POUNDS and POUNDS of love Would You BE My Valentme-Chinito, ? blanket for 'the cold nights ahead! love

hers and pledges a very happy heart Certainly enough to lost through one Happy First Valentine it Day, LOVE AJM Dowses Rose ore red and gator ore 'always Pisses (j-lt-82) Mick' I could look ,he 'world over, &

lonely year I'd say let's continue see you tonight (|j-it-82.p) green don't be a fool so come mess with" dear sniffles, you've gave me the never' be this lucky again, today &
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with love from mike, to 'the south bound
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"life. How about a beer? give me a call more Tuesday 'like, the lost one, ft that yes no with, love, richard (d-ll-82-p) seventh' but deserves a toast-to our a lot of joy come my way. see you a'Q" Gw fcni

sometime 377-2622:;: love yal Your you keep on liking. the new place ily I.". Debbie, Left just enjoy our time the happy days and making it meet you In in atronto'iov.' milch J-ll-82-P S 3SSr&ln<\* .-
5...... Admirer t-it-82" p 82-p together now, to that no matter whet the dort-l43-"love me" |-it-82-p LIBRA use mode me very happy the ups '10Q.ten'
.- future holds for each of us we can look To the degenerates of fourth floor South ( downs hove .been worht M. I love you \).) t evc n f
bock with,' fond memories of what we holt; HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY Much 'if, ever you feel' the tame-love will .

I i I' cf hod, Johnny Angel, r! ,>>(i-, .I\2-p.' ) love. I. IRENE:.,. i-.i-82.fl.. '..-. moke ll/ighl.M, adorn Mx J-lt-62-P. .
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Li To Hoys.,liHDppy Voientioes.Ooymoy -
all Your dreams come 'true keep
\ Nappy Valentine's smiling-Love Always, Olnno J-lt| -82-P

,. Lave you alua s CII FOX-meet. me ot the squirrel spot for

N lokler rio a LEMON DROP"DJY5 tine cookies?'love and forever m.lh.rrruff.. YOUR Be FOXY my LADY valen, J-

MY LOVE lt*82-P_

Dear Bill, (v/wr) | love You. Do you lov'e
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CRAFT 16' Airslot 140 BEAT ThE BUSING SHORTAGE!!! Female Roommate Wanted "Hawaiian
cruiser. Now is the time to start looking for that Village Apt." 2 bdr-2 bth, o-c, heat, pool
The hrs running. Must see Call 3783365. (aot75p Ideal home for spring or fall qtr We etc $61.25 a mo + '/. util call 373.9767
RSfiiJ a10E1)(1)
+ p 26' standard boy's bike like new basket small deposit con hold it for you. Call own room In comfortable, quiet houie.

o pt 1i 1 1CRAuO fenders english tires $20 377-9951 (J- today! 377.6992roommate Mature reipontbile female. Nonsmoker .

3T-8I-P) ___ fo Chore two bedroom opT: low rent. '/. utilities:'Near mall.
TEAC A-24 Cassette Deck $65 Mike 378- $83-monrh + 'h other Hawaiian Vil. Apf. Evenings 378-2253 (b-II.82-p)

4016 after 5 (J-2T-81-P) 428 or call after 6 377-9859 (B-sT-79-PJ Need 1 Female for Spring Qlr 2 Bdrm.

mobile home 65 x 12 3 br 2 bath mobile apt, .2 bath: Brandywme, 2811 SW
21' holiday trailer with cabana fully Archer Rd. $67.95 moth. No deposits.
l home close to campus central heat & air
+ /9 RFuASEDdrBUfN4V15TRpStA6Uro co Nc t911W1U06tEYflpglCtgd'w furnished many estras $2000 or best condo first months rent plus dep. infor Near campus 373-2685 (b-51-82-p)
offer lot 17
(A5T-79P glynwood park call 376-8217 call 372-2931 9-5 dolly (b-51-78.p) sublet 2 br unfurn opt 5 blk from campus
) DW AC Garb. $177 Grad
NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH Dlsp etc mo
2 bedroom
'.fk M. Bn*,* 4I JHVP V Yamaha 200, electric start, street model I, furnished units from $135 month Students only. Call Ray 392-2)98) or 373-
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LAR per ;
new battery, great for around town; includes water, sewage, garbage pick 0575 (b-7t-82-p)

WALT DISNEY CARTOON FEST TECHNICOLOR & moke offer. Phone 377-1751, oak for up, pest-control and yard core. Prairie 1 bedroom in 2 bdrm duplex. all
John (o-3t-60-p) View Mobile Village 373-4411 or 373- f<\facilities' fireplace 6250 month 1-3

60 trailer central air, washer dryer, 3284 (b-20t-69-p) utilities call 373-6677 liberal (b-2t.82-p)

C".N w1 THE BIGGEST MOVIE EVER MADE NOW 9TH dishwasher, fenced yard, shed fur Room for rent. All utilities, included. Sublease 1 bdrm apt. 130 mo., 100 dep.or .

2 BIG WEEK nished. 2 bdrm. 373-9153. 376-8504. (0-( Maid service, all units of air cond. female have own room 65 mo., 50
3t-60-p) furnIShed. across the street from Mc. dep. 373-7237 after ";00 or anytime
w. m p. FRI 6:15 SAT 1:00: 4:00 7:00: 10:00 presents. 1972 dodge challenger air condition Donald's $80.00 month 376-9252 Don (b. wkendl.Nb.2t-82-p( )

NCUWStsOKDISCOUNT 9,5, SUN 3:15 6:15 9:15: power steering running good good 3l80-p) 2 Bdr studio house on thickly wooded 2
THIS AT; ACTIO> AM mileage 340 engine call 32-8249 Female, own rm 2-bd dupl pPi acres. large workshop & greenhouse.

student asking $2200 (a.51-80-pl) central-oc. 87.50 + '/> util, 50 dep..see east of 34 st. On archer rd bike path to
9 Julie 2120 e univ, ove No (b5t80- campus March I $220 mo 372-5135 (B-
e Seamco racket $20; electric tape adding 5T82.P)
0 mochlng $20; Mediterranean side table I br unfurn opt $130 a month pets
$15, waffle Iron $5 378-3153 (o-3t-BO-p) welcome 4126 sw 17th pi 378-4295 (b.3l-

1 a king size woterbed with liner foam 80.P) WANTED

padding and frame $40. motor cycle room in three bedroom trailer ,in wind-
helmet for sale brand new never worn meadows can move In first or middle of
$25.00 (Q.4t-BO-p) 378.5 137 march $65 + 1-3 utilities prefer studious roommate wanted Regency Oaks,'own
bedroom $90 month 1-3 utilities
a plus
73 Sportster custom seat pipes bar 8000 and liberal call 373.5978 (b-3t-80-p)
ml much chrome condition 378- call 373789"I80p( _) _ _
primo 2 Female
Roommates wanted for poolside
7648 evenings$2100 will talk (o-5t-78-p) French Now accepting applications tor summer
Quarter Apt. 56.254
camp counselors at PINEWOOD for boys
skunk desented mole with shots and tuilities each call 373-9155 (b5180pIOwn ) and girls in Hendersonville, N.C. Write

papers cage and extras 328 SW 34th St bedroom in 3 BR opt 2 bath AC NW P.O. Box "4585 Normandy Branch, Miami
This is the weekend 53 $60 for
opt everything (a.51.78-p
) sector semi furnished, unique 75 mo + Beach, Fla. 33141 (C-l OT-76-P_ )_ _
15 ft Fish & Ski boat with 65hp Mercuryand '/. util. Coll 376-9755 Ask for Buddy (b-
they didn't play golf.leIi trailer all In Excellent condition $990 31.80-pl) Roommate wonted-liberal, mature &
call 373.5969 easygoing. Own room in two l bdrm.
morning or evening (a-5l- .
78-P) $85 utilities paid Extra sharpe opt No house 8250i utilities Come by-no
i lease. Large clean rooms with heat, phone-1629 E. Un IV. Ave. (C-5T-8I-P)
smith-coro'na "electro 120" electric carptes, drapes, and appliances.
typerwriter $115 377-8328 after 6 pm ((11275)) wanted: amiable housemate preferably
female student $80-mo util 1 bik'behind
7 377-6992 paid
dove (A5T-60-P) Open days
2 bdr on 2 acres-Spacious home located nrn. 373.1673 (C2T81PLGOLD )

Banjo| excellent condition, 1 year old, walking distance to campus Air, heat, & SILVER Top prices paid for ck...
$40.00 378-2766 (A-3t-82-P) greenhouse, fenced. Pets OKII ((2119)) rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential ca..
RECEIVER FISHER400 tubes must sell Open 90m.8pm 377-6992 Ozne 373-3894-C-50-53-C( )
good condition 30 RMS per channel $8 o 2 bdr-$75 On nearby lake, fantastic; teniclocation.
or best offer call larry 372.5205 (A-4T- l No lease or deposit. Pets
82-P) allowed!I ((2114)' ) HELP WANTEDsomeone
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CALCULATORS-WHOLESALE Open 7 days 377.6992

DISTRIBUTORS FOR OMRON ONLY $19.95 $115-Clean, lovely home. Country living "
Coll 372-5205 (A.3T-B2-P) in the city Air, heat, carpets, drapes, to care for 7 yr old boy m-f, 2.5
fenced yard. Students welcome ((2112)) pm. must have own transportation $2 hr
'
x 69 Chevy Van, 6 cyl. $350.00 Current Open 9am-8pm 377-O992 plus $1 per day for gas. call/ 377-8105
: tag & Inspection sticker, runs See at 2121 $75-Modular home walking & biking after 6 pm. (E.2T-81.P)
NW 57th terrace, or call 376-5145. (A-
distance to campus large bdrs. fully
F 5T-82-P) furnished. Avail In March ((21110)I ) Volunteers needed for medical
Boxer Puppies AKC 6 weeks. Wormed. research Those accepted can earn as
Shots Call 373-7663 after 6 pm. (A-3T- United Real Estate Assoc much as$100. If Interested please come
82-p) ; \113NE. 161h Ave. to Room M-438 The Medical Science

for sole-sr-lI calculator, six month old, Open 7 days 377-6992 Building at Shands Hospital between
BFR-81-C 9:00: a.m. and 12:00: noon and I 1:00: p.m.
condition, $60-378-0124 dove ( )
perfect and 3:00: p.m. Monday, February 17. (e2t .
fr (2T-B2-P) -82-p)
68' PLMOUTH BARRACUDA Excellent Female roommate wanted to share 3
Condition New tires, brakes. Must sell bdr. apartment at Kings creek $88.00 a
$850 or Make offer 373-4662 (A-5T-82-P) month and 1-3 utilities call sher or AUTOS
andrea 378-2077 (B-5T-81-P)
AKC Blk lob Ret Male mo old $100 Call .
I bedroom furnished apt. available to
372-8095 after 6 pm Needs room to run
sublease Immedially 160 per month 378-
(A-3T-82-P) DUSTEI-3! 0-1973.ac'p.pb-al-
2759 (B-3T-81-P) ,
raidals$2500-or best offer call 377-9680
akc Irish setter puppies Canadian stock
Female roommate wanted Hawiian
"_ shots and wormed both parents Village opts.. No. I 150 $68.50 per month 1964 PontIac Tempest 4 door 6 cyl., auto,
ovgilable to see-reasonably priced call one room adjoining bath Immediate radio, good tires, 92,000 miles, very, .....
gregory 377.5325 or 472-3050 opening call 372.2369 after 5:00: .(B-2T- very dependable but homely $225.
excellent collection ANTIQUE CLOTHES I 61-P) Steve 3727154 (g-4t-80-p) _

accessories very reasonable starts friday Sublet large 1 br furnished apt $150 mo LLOYD'S CORVETTE PLACE We "and
buy
at ten 301 NW 2st 372-1622 (A-1T-82-P)
some utilities paid pets ok available sell Jacksonville, Florida 1.388-3311, I-
__ 2-4woy custom built speakers-superb Immediately Feb rent free call 373-8715 10 Jnd Cassat Ave (g-20t-73-p)
lOund-duaI12-12Iurnlable with new m- (B-5T-8I-P j )
91 ed cortige-8-trrack recorder with 770 ---

3:00.5:10 EARLY Show minutes 377-9939 blank anytime tape-must(A-4T-82 sell best) offer MIKE'S NEED CASH !

Sat. & Sun. PORCH SALE antiques, cloths, codec-

720., 9:30 12:50 fables, plants, chairs dog house, old Bookstore Pipes UNIVERSITY f PAWN BROkERS

'H __ books, many micellaneous' sot only, Feb Tobacco ShopDowntown
15 lOam 707 ne 2d. St. (A-IT-82-P! ) 919 W Univ 376.3184lOAN

AM FM Stereo Multiplex Receiver lldS.LIrt.. M-F ,-? BUY SELL TRADE

o TOM PARKER pr s nt Turntable Condition and tape Must with Sell speakers call Roy 373-Excellent Sat: 84 CASH WHEN YOU NEED IT ;

1 ulJ 2763 (A-5T-82-P)
QH
Lp AKC St Bernards 3 males, 3 females 6
ORDER YOUR
wks old, vet checked 468.1512 (o-5t-B2-
Pj) CLASS RINGS NOW

GRADUATION Liquidation On. Camper

Trailer, Color,TV, Complete Scott Sound
System, Much more 378.7270 Ask for

George (o-5t-82-p) ALL
73 Yamaha RD350 Must see new tires NEW & USED
sell call COMM.IH UNI oi RINGSGUARANTEED
front and reor must quick $750 : GYNt

372-2818 or 377-4434 (a.5t.82.pI) RTLOAOINri -'-
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If you desire to move from your present
location we con rent sublet it or find you 4663340NAeer >
o roommate Immediately at NO COST.
etCKwitr-GNN ateiss
Call today
United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. 2 E. Univ. Ave 376-M92

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, 3773013HEP leotherwork lambda Delta' honorary society Is STEVE-OON YELLEMAN again+OON
Quality/ never wears out Alpha CON YElLEMAN
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obtained a BEORN (|I--lt 82 p)
specially In custom leatherwork Freshmen women who hove
purses, belts, coon, jackets, tandals, 3.5 overage or better and have carried a CHEAPEST record prices In town. 6.98
travel'bags If..it,can be mode of leather minimum, of twelve hours If you feel LP's for 3.99, S.98 IP's for 3.39 Rock Soul
we con make it 'to lull you. MoSanDu you qualify and have not received o Jazz,etc.All new books at 10 percent off
1131 W.University Ave open 10am-6pm! letter by Feb. \13 call Joan 392.7626 list price. Coop. Books, 9 Records 1105N
Monday thru Saturday, by appointment before Feb 16. (J.2T.81.PI) W 5th AVe Open 7 days 11-7 ([-.6l.82.
Sunday & evenings. 3737470 (j j-tp-74- ,P-L-)
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JON VALENTINES DAY THE MOOD'S
COED'i facial hair removed per UNIQUE OPEN YOUR SPECIAL GIFT Got the mid.quarter blahs? Why not try
\ manently. Call Edmund Dwyer AND TAKE A PEEKIII! THEN YOU'LLKNOW the most uplifting experience. around
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2ll electrologist. over 20 years experience. YOUR VALENTINE'S NO ORDINARY Why not schedule an introductory flightin
I Y a' Call 372 8039 (FR-6I-C) JOE .CAUSE HE'S GOT YOU A a sailplane-glider for tomorrow. Why
bAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON, PLANT FROM THE PLANT DEPOT!!! (j-lt- Not?? For scheduling, Call 373-0798
.! NOW OPEN, Specializing In English hair 82,p) After 6 pm. The Florida Soaring
cutting blow waving-for the In look Association ((I.It.82pl"In )
unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W.
Sister Sue you've finally
Univ. Ave Hallelujah
377264350t53p(| )
reached the Golden Age of Womenhood the estimation, of God there It' nodlslil'lclion
S Wedding Invitation $11.40 per I 100( 211 Keep those Daisies coming, the of color; oil ore one In the
business cords $995 rubber stamp, imokin sislersl ()t.2t-82-pl) color and beauty of servitude to Him.HBaha'I
offset Cliff Hai'
magnetic signs printing.
) WritingsLEWIS (j.1 t-82-c I
Printing 1103 N, Main (J-FR-58-C)
tII
If you are pregnant and need help, we .
core. Call Birthright. 377-4947 (J-24T-
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SUPER BIKES INC. Has a new service JwelryCompany I
deportment with the most efficient
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people in town for appointment call Dan CLASS RINGS BOOKS
'. 377 0722 for sales S parts call 377-6901 DIAMONDS I PRINTS I
" Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 3441 WATCH REPAIRS I I
SW Archer rd,The Small Shop that cares EDITION PRINTS
ALYRIO LIMA ZAYVINUL WAYNE SHORTER Av.. I LIMITED .
, AL JOHNSON JOSEPH) about you ft your machine fair prices (iiI j-| 200 W. University 378-3264 I
I Ot-78.p) 372-4106 I 17 W. Univ. .I.
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! catalogue' send$2'to: Essay Services,
TONIGHT 8 &11 P.M. TONIGHTTICKETS 57 Spadma Avenue. Suite 208 Toronto STARTS TODAY!
Ont. Canada Also campus representatives -
required. Please write (|-35-70P -
N.W. 13th STREET and 2:00 4:00 5:55 7:50 9:4
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Congratulations to the new PI Beta' Phi
{ AVAILABLE AT: ,initiates, especially to my little, sister
( Rebel Discount Box Office Cindy' With' Pi Beta Phi love lynda (1.1-
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it For More Info.Call((904))377-3013
Poncho's, Backpacks Packs W-frames,
r Tents' Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White C S S
;, d. Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ.
Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic C Trail
r Center. 3448 W. Univ. 373.9233fr'72(( -

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min. from campus. call 373-1<407 write'
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ON SUNDAY
I LOST & FOUND I
LOST & FOUND SERVICES ,SERVICESWIRED '
NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX( 1614 N.W.13th ST.

1BI.1 South at Light

lOST while drinking rum on Sal stock to lost In Norman area Nikkomat, mm typing any material fast and efficient. FOR SIGHT Newberry, Fla. @0I
iflwoi sanding to the bond at union. .camera in block leather case Christmas 75c-double spaced page. IBM carbon "The Eyeglass Super Mort"
will make it worth your while Sid 121 film InSIde. Phone 392.0728 or 372.9573. ribbon selectric.greek symbols too. Call UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS.
JNW. 15ih' Terrace ((1-2TB1-P) Reword (I.5t.78.p) 373.5572. (M10T76PI) 300 SW 4th Av. 3784480 mmo r{ I DAY SERVICES
(M.50-S3.C)) .__
1 DAY SERVICE
[lot! brown leather wallet initial R.B. whoever removed leather' 'pocketbook Basic Advanced Scuba Classes Starting FRANCHISED DEALER
bewared call Roger 377.2943 (I.2T.81.P) from cutlass supreme at arby's tues nice Underwater Photography Classes e
call 372.3798 no qu."onsreword ((1-4T. Starting Sales service rental air, trips EXPERIENCED TYPIST: Fast, dependableRates e, ALL ACCESSORIES
79'P) Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom
T V.)Aliens Aquatic &Trail Center. 3448. etc Call negotiable Phyllis 372 Term.6767 papers Keep,resumes trying!, ./ '3772643 X: CALL 377-BIKE
LOST W.Unly._ 3739233. (m-fr-72) .
: 1974 class ring: St. Augustine (M 3T 81 P) -
I High;CS initials;silver,green stone.Lost
LOST: Block & tan female doberman no
Feb.library W. Reword$10 3929621JI3T8IP
HORSEBACK RIDING
tags lost vicinity of cln city reward
( ) comes to name of rniggie call sally 376- SCUBA YMCA CLASSES Start beginningof ROCKIN"M" RANCH DEPRESSION ART "FOUND"
Quarter call 376-7172
Spring to get on
3096 anytime ((1-31.80-p I ) I
rented the Hr.
waiting list YMCA now has its own pool Hones by
local (M5T81-P) Research paper assistance directory. Also horses for sale. 591-
'lOST large prescription glasses trifocal Don't limit your sources when we offer a 1347; 20 mi. So of Public Offered1937U.S.Gov't
|lenses brownplostic from. REWARD call Found: English Sheep dog around 6 to 9 means to professional research Send 441
2-1336 or 372.6003 after six (l..T.81. mo.old. Coll 392.1647 or 462-1702(l-5l- Typing.IBM Correcting Selectric Il-Mury 52 00 Condide Box 1254 Omaha. Gainesville on new
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Spring and Summer national committee for art
appreciation to create an art program
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HEALTH FOODS committee's decision to select the
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' erms. : Hoffman & Welder world's most famous paintingsfrom

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: and 20th centuries the best
',. Natural Vitamins,. Minerals paintings of Matisse, Van Gogh,

;.:- Herbs, Dairy Products Gainsborough, Picasso, Gauguin,
Titian, etc., and to reproducethem
CosmeticsBlrkenstock
:.... ( Books,
( in full color perfectly
':J Sandals as as
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Life of J. Wayne Reitz activedespitehisunofficialretirement "

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Alligator Staff Writer WHEN ASKED if he would e\er retire KciU said. "I'd
lather keep busy than indulge in iccreation. I love to fish,

Lunch with a graduate( student from Japan one week; off to do golf much., hunt,""lead and Honk in the yard but I don't get time to
the Honduras the next.
This is the life of J. Wayne Keitz, president of UF for twelve do.REITZ NEVER SEEMS to slow down as most men his age
and a halt'years.. As a member of the Board of Directors for the

"I'M RETIRED technically but not otlicially," said the America Panamanian School of Apiculture! he must fly to South
large peppered-haired man with a smile. several times a year.
He is both an economic and higher education consultant.
"I'm free to do as 1 please.
"Next summer we plan to go to the Pacific Northwest. We
But to Keitthis freedom means working for the growth of
UF. have never seen the Rockies Glacier National Park and
Yellowstone. I think it's time we go if we don't bogged .,,'
HE WORKS 'for UF Foundation, a yuasi-public arm of the down here first" he said wistfully) get -
university which'promotes UF through private fund-raising

projects."Being) the former president of a university sort of opens
doors" said b6-year-old Reitz. "I'm a connection to the I Iphoto
alumni the President and professors at UF." I IFRANCES

Some of the money Reitz raised for UF goes into the UF
Presidents Council, a recognition group of large donators who
may become members for life if they donate $10,000 within 10 By PAT NICKENS

\ears. Alligator Staff Writer
'Fhe I Council enables the president to use unrestricted funds
that have not been designated to a certain area. Forty years ago Frances Houston Millikan opened her
"A president overlooking a university can see top priorities, Valentine's Day mail to find a sparkling engagement' ring sent
so the funds in the President's Council have to be by her beau.
unrestricted," Reitz said. Little did she know when !she accepted that ling from J.
THE PRIVATELY FUNDED money can also go toward Wayne Rietz that she would be UF's first lady for 12.1/2
scholarships for graduates or undergraduates. years.
"Anything the university wants I'll be glad to help" said They were married in 1935 and 20 years later moved into &%
the energetic Reitz. the UF Presidents's home.

"I don't get into administrative or policy matters because Alter Reitz left the Residency UF in 1967 the couple
that is something an president should stay out of." he lived in Washington D.C. and Bangkok for a few years.
added. Now they have returned to the city they call home and both
REITZ FIRST CAME to Gainesville in 1934, and a year are actively involved with UF once again.As .
later met his wife, Frances. They will celebrate their 40th a music major in college,she has retained her interest in
wedding anniversary this year. music and is helping to promote music at UFo A group
"We've had our roots here since '34 and have considered has recently been organized called Friends of Music which
Gainesville our home ever since." he said. she is involved with.
"There were interludes where we left Gainesville, but as I While the Rcitz's were living in Bangkok, she worked withan
look across the sweep of years I feel as though I've always artist and painted portraits of her three grandchildrenfrom
been a part of UF." he said as he gazed at the students in the snapshots.She .
courtyard outside his window. also wrote news about the activities of the International
Church, which she and her husband attended, for the f
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"I like to write," she commented. "I don't like writing that
isn't in good taste. It seems like today's journalists have a REITZ
habit of stirring up dirt." .. ,engaged on Valentine's Day

Frances tfeitz was born in Kansas and raised in Colorado.Her .
"We were married in Colorado I 1.1935. The
1'1' ';. family was very musically inclined and her father was a on September
'... singer. same year that big hurricane hit the keys in Florida. On our
... She attended Stephens College, and all girls college, in her honeymoon we 'traveled to Houston, Texas and then took a
freshman year and transferred to the University of Coloradoas boat across the (gulf. to Florida ,"she said.
a sophomore.Her When the honeymoon was'over, they came to Gainesville
father decided that she should concentrate more on where he was teaching(. at UF
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music than social activities which included being in the Alpha "Back then they paid the employes alphabetically and for
a _,f Chi Omega) Sorority Glee Club, and other music the first few weeks because we are an "R" Mr. Reitz did not
organizations so she transferred to the Cincinati Conservatory get paid when they (the State of Florida) ran out of funds."
of Music in her senior
year. Their two daughters Margo and Marjorie both graduated
Lk' While in college a friend asked her to be an attendent in her
from UF while their father was president. One is married and
wedding, and it was in Colorado Springs that she met her
living in Lexington, Kentucky and the other is married living
future husband. He was an attendant for the groom.
( r6X > i in Jacksonville.
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dating after she graduated but they did write letters. During) the years her husband was president and their
r "His letters were always most welcome."she explained. "It daughters attended UF, the Reitz's had very close contact'
was fun to hear from him because he has such an interestinglife. with the students.
." "Students were always at our home," she says. "sometimesI
P After a year and a half,'her boyfriend asked her to wear his I miss being so close to the students."
photo by eric estrin Sigma Chi fraternity pin. "My husband's work is important to him so it's importantto
WAYNE REITZ Her' future husband was working in Florida as a Friends are also important and that is why we returnedto
retired technically, not officially UF agricultural economics instructor at the time Gainesville. We both feel that Gainesville is our home."




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1 By ANDY COHEN is about the time when Lotz's around they can move up even Auburn has had its
j Alligator Sports Writer troops caught fire last year. ,higher in the standings.A problems recently as
WINNING SEVEN of its win over Auburn would evidenced in their last outing
I last nine games in 1974, UF move the Gators into a' tie when they dropped a "cliff
I For John Lotz and his finished the !season tied for with the War Eagles for third hanger" by 43 points to
Gator basketball team, it fourth place in the con place in the conference and powerful Kentucky.
almost seems like last season ference. then on Monday, the Gators But War Eagle guard

all over again. Now, as the Gators are host Tennessee. Eddie Johnson, who .was
i, The Gators are currently preparing to invade Auburnfor "BUT I don't want to think injured two weeks ago.is
I; enjoying a four-game winning Saturday's 3 p.m. about Tennessee," Lotz said. expected to return to action

.1-.. streak which includes victories regionally televised clash, the "We've got a big game with for the Gator game and Lotz
over Vanderbilt, Orange and Blue are once Auburn coming up that will and his team know that photo by george kochanioc jr.
/ Mississippi State, Louisiana again tied for fourth place in mean a lot to this basketball Johnson can turn around a
SOPHOMORE GUARD DON BOSTIC I
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I "HE'S A super athlete and praised by Lou for Georgia effort

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is a young team THE four game winning praised the performance of
4 r x that relies on the reboundingand streak both players have led sophomore guard Don Bos tic.
M- scoring power of several the Gators in just about every "I thought he (Bostic) really
freshman including 6-8 Mike category as the Orange and played well," Loa said. "He
Mitchell and 6.8 Miles Blue now sport four players in hit some crucial one on one,
Patrick. Florida-bred Stan double figures. shots and played great
Pietkiewicz assists Johnson in Leading the way is junior defense for us."

the backcourt. Gene Shy, averaging 16 pointsa Though a fifth straight
h I it The Gators' recent surge game. Shy is followed by victory has been lingering in
has been mostly due to the Caldwell at 13.4, Chip Lotz's mind this week, he
revival of Chip Williams and Williams at 12.4 and Mike knows it won't be easy as the
Norman Caldwell who were Lederman averaging 12.1. talented Auburn club still has

Er riY suffering from mid-season In the Gators' recent 66-65 post-season thoughts in mind.


GAME STATISTICS
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(Won 11..01.11..11.7-J SEC N 14.A 3'/)
Player 8 fN-fem ut na.stm pet aye". .st tit avs
Shy F 22 310.149 .111 67.53 .791 162.7. 62.1 22.10 351 16.0
Caldwell 22 250-109 .436 .76 ..111 .5-2.0 44-I. 19-21 2M 13,4
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Williams.C 22 215-113 .526 n-49 .611 74-7.9 7606 27.10 273 'U
n 6 Lederman G 22 113-112 .612 5S-44 .100 .9-2.2 62-4 59-33 266 12.1
Moore F 22 133-59 ,444 36-23 .639 "'.3.' .,., 52-4 111 6."
Brewster.C 14 61-35 .514 22:12 .5045 .2.3,0 30- 3-7 12 5.t
Bostic.G 22. 77-39 .506 50.46 .920 G-2.0 n..J 41-21 2. 5.6
ReoassG 2),3 '.000 5-5 .000 1..50 2-0 0-0 11 5.S
Smyth,F IS 47-29 .617 3S.21 .600 .2.7 33-3 6-S 7t 5.3
Bonner,F 21 7-39 .425 20-15 ,750 70.3.3 10.2 11.2 t3. ....
tav Llndasy F 1. 32-15, .469 23-19 .126 21-1.6 23-0 11.1 S1 2.'
Rome,F 11 12-1 .667 11-4 .364 21.1.9 1J.f 1-2 20 1.1
photo by, ondy newman Close F 3 3-2 .667 0-0 .000 4-1.3 0.0 0-0 4 1.3
ArmstronoG 13 25-7 .280 1.0 .000 14-.71 1M 19-4 14 .71
MIKE LEDERMAN GUARDS GEORGIA'S LUCEY AS CHIP WILLIAMS. LOOKS ON Team Totals 2Z 4".722 ..S 4".159 712.26.1 6".22 U.1I 1112 .U
I OPP. Totals U 1313.673 ,4n 572.3x.611 .13.37.1 449-11
211-19 USJ
1 both hope for repeat of 1974'5 late surge TEAM REBOUNDS 52.2.4 79.7
TURNOVERS FLORIDA 331 OPPONENTS 17'
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By KEITH CANNON ConferenceSEC took only one championship John I kunnen, a sophomore Florida, and the sport is really The Gators' opening matchis
Alligator Sports Writer ( ) Tournament. in the tournament. Ray from Clearwater, was a booming here," he said. He tentatively scheduled for
"1 HOPE we can do betterin Heidema, now graduated, semifinalist in No. 5 singles added a plug for his assistant Feb. 24 at Valdosta (Ga.)
UF Tennis Coach Bill the tournament this time" finished first in No. 3 singles. last year's tourney. coach and recruiter, M.B. State. The tentative schedule
I Potter won't mind one bit if Potter said. "The tournamentis This year's team has much Heidema's No. 3 spot is up Chafin. "He's an outstanding lists the UF home for
his 1975 Gators last much different from dual the same last, for in opener
p repeat personnel as grabs pre-season recruiter and he's done a lot Feb. 26 against Furman. .
i year's 20.3 dual match matches. A lot depends on the year's. Of the top six players, practice, and two of the for our program here."
equal or improve on last luck of the draw, but we just the Gators lost only Heidemato candidates are highly- Potter doesn't expect to
year's No. 19 NCAA ranking.One didn't play too well last year." graduation. regarded freshmen. The new have his lineup set until just
change he is lookingfor Potter noted that after "WE'VE GOT a lot of netmen are Chap Brown of: before the season ,begins.
this year is an improvement going 7-1 in conference dual experience," said Potter, who Lantana, one of the top. The next ,month of practice j::
on the Gators' meets, losing only to SEC has a 324.100 record in 22 ranked high school players in should determine our lineup. .
fifth-place finish in the champ Georgia the Gators seasons at UF. Florida, and Jody Stagg of Where they play will be r ; '{

Two seniors Juan Diaz of Eunice, La., the high school determined by the ladder
I Tampa and Jim Oescher of singles champion of' matches (intrasquad com
St. Petersburg return for their Louisiana. petition) he said.
FLORIDA VS. AUBURN final)'ear. Diaz was last years "THEY'RE REAL good Potter said UF's schedule
No. 1 player while Oescher players" Potter said. He said may be tougher than last

PREDICTIONS played in the No.4 spot, Diaz that they would definitely be year's slate especially in the : 4 l1
I was an all-SEC selection last in the Gators': top seven,and SEC, where Alabama and k N

11 year, and was an SEC added, "I would probably put Georgia will still be strong. v.

CHRIS GARRITY FLORIDA BY 5 tournament quarterfinalist.Juniors them up in this group (the.top. "AH the teams in the SEC are I
Dave Pressly of three or four)." .""' Used
RICK ADELMAN AUBURN BY 10 good. to be, there were
LOU BRANCACCIO AUBURN BY 6 Palm Beach and Mike With only two non. only one or two strong teams.
GREG FORRER FLORIDA BY 4 Boding of Orlando were Floridians on the roster This is probably the second
PAUL SIRMONS -' FLORIDA BY 4 conference tournament, ,Potter has an 'almost ex. toughest tennis conference in
ANDY COHEN FLORIDA BY 6 finalists in No. 2 and No. 6 elusively home-grown squad. the country," he s tid. "Our

,i CONSENSUS FLORIDA BY 3 singles respectively. Pressly "We try to recruit boys from record may not be as good, DAVE PRESSLY
was also ,named to the All. Florida. There are a lot of but we'll go after the top in top six
SEC t am. )good tennis players in teams."



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UF women's tennis team is on the road this weekend
against the University of Miami today, and Marymount SATURDAY WHEN the Lady Gators faces Marymount
College Whiddon expects a solid \ictory.
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predicted Lady G c0acffSue Whiddon. Miami dealt'the !significant."It professional. ranks and the netter coach thinks the loss is fiI

Gators one of their two losses last season by defeating them 9-
0. will make a difference not having Meyers in their lineup

"THAT WON'T happen this year" promised Whiddon. but Marymount has a tendency to come up with very
"After coming off our 9-0 win to South Florida last week !strong tennis teams every year," said Whiddon adding! "we 4f
are psychologically ready for them." we have a very sound line-up ourselves this year, and will !give

Whiddon said that she had lots of hope riding on her them some really tough competition."
number one player, freshman Judy Acker. AFTER THE !road trip this weekend the Lady Gators
prepare to face Rollins College.. the other 9-0 defeat for the
"Judy faces Jody Applebaum in Miami, and it's going to bea Gator
very tight match." Applebaum is one of the top juniors in netters last year.
"We are getting;: a thorough taste of our strongest com
the country, but the UF coach has great confidence in her !
Kalamazoo, Mich., freshman. petition early in the season and can really see where our
!strengths and weaknesses are" concluded Whiddon.

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The UF women's swimming team anticipates a close meet
against the University of South Florida Saturday afternoon in
'big'meets Tampa.
LADY GATOR Coach Sue Halfacre said that illness has

While most of the Gator teamates Tom Doerr Bob really plagued the team in recent weeks. r
track team stays home and Rambo* and Noel Gray for "We only have eight women that are healthy enough to 3X"
rests this weekend, six the Knights of Columbus swim, and I expect a little trouble," said the coach, adding! "I x.
Gators will participate in Invitational in Cleveland. expect we'll win the meet, but we are going to have to swim,
two tough invitationalmeets. SHARPE WILL againrun some good times."
in the 60 but Brown Halfacre said she had great confidence in the Lady Gator

Tonight in Toronto, will down divers.
step to the 440
"WE ARE all really pleased with the of Lynn SWIM COACH SUE HALFACRE
Canada Mike Sharpe yard dash. Doerr, who has progress
Willie Wilder and been coming on strong Bassett this season. She really has improved immensely." anticipates close meet vs. South Florida

Beaufort Brown will will compete in the 600 Bassett, a freshman from Lake Wales Fla.. took the three-
compete in the Maple Leaf yard run. meter honors last weekend against FSU.
Games. The When the Lady Gators met USF last season Marti Davies
Gators second
SHARPE AND Wilderare ranked mile the team's number one diver,was beaten. "I don't expect thatto Ruggers open
relay squad
slated for happen this year." Halfacre said. "I expect Marti to do
the 60-yard will action but
see Carnes
much better this time, and combined with Lynn Bassett I see
dash while Brown runs the has juggled the foursome a "
600-yard run. no problems with winning the diving events. winter scheduleThis
bit.With The Lady Gator swimmers go into the meet with a 4.1
"This is
a super meet Horace Tuitt record.
season
said UFhead coach Jimmy injured and Mitch Goings Sunday the UF rugby The game'will be start at 2p.m.

Carnes. "It is THE meet in resting. Carnes has There will be a women'! softball organizational meeting team opens its home season at Lake Alice field on
Canada. decided to use Rambo and Tuesday Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. in the classroom of Women's Gym. for this quarter. They will be Museum Road. So far the I
Saturday night Brown Doerr along with regulars All interested women should attend, and for further in- playing the 'Old White' rugby team has compiled an .8-7.1
and Sharpe will join Brown and Gray. formation contact Val Abram 392-0594. team from Atlanta Georgia. record for the 74.75 season.



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I A'D Valentines! J.I TONIGHT4th
Football to die I I ro 1 1p O off Speciallarge 1
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TAMPA (UPI) -- The University of Tampa faced with t {' 'k I
continued financial loses at the gate and a head-on confrontation 1ZmpOr"m.
with professional football in 1976, is considering I I f\ The University of Florida
dropping collegiate football after the 1975 season it was I Q1 Indian jewelry, clothes & GQI : I
revealed Wednesday.. I @ Bean Bag Room Excludedk.".'!
The feeling of the finance committee of the board of t-----------COUPON----------J Jazz Band
trustees was revealed in a letter sent to various groups and
individuals who have supported the football program in the BrowardRawlingsJenningsHall GUEST SOLOIST,
past and was signed by University President Dr. B. D.
Owens J. H. Williams Jr., Chairman of the Executive Councils ('J RICH MATTESON
Committee, and Harris H. Mullen Chairman of the Board of
i Trustees. present a V 1972 DOWNBEAT

"TilE FINANCE COMMITTEE unanimously recom- CVaQelltille'g COallce "Jazz Clinician of the Year" '
mended to the executive committee that a budget deficit of i COa.4
$220,000 be approved for the 1975-76 academic year with the I
proviso that the 1975 football season be the last season for Friday 14th 9:00: PM 8:15: p.m. University Auditorium
intercollegiate football at the University of Tampa," the letter
said. Hall Basement Guaranteed seating for ticket holders until 8 p.m.
"Despite a great deal of concerted all-out effort, this past Jennings Non-ticket holders: will be admitted after 8 p.m. if
1 1'' 1974 season was a financial disappointment" the officials ,/ Music by Steeplechase seating is available.

said.The officials said the trustees had approved a maximum
subsidy$125,000 for the football program last year but had
to come up with an additional $45,000 because of what they
called "cost overruns and income and football gift- shortfalls." .
i'' "DURING THE PAST nine years, the intercollegiate Thkntine .
football program has been subsidized in the amount of
1 51,189,389.18," the letter said. "With professional football
scheduled for Tampa in 1976, the finance committee has .r
carefully reviewed the experiences of college programs in
other NFL cities. ,
A similar move to drop football was made in 1966 but the
program was saved by the combination of increased outside
support and the construction of Tampa Stadium, a 46,700- S. '
seat facility now to be expanded to 70,000 seats to meet NFL \-" :
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requirements. "
AFTER THAT POINT the Tampa program was upgradedand SJ
the university moved from small college to major college ,
status. "
Two years ago the university had the number one college
football draft choice in John Matuszak and last month had a TREAT YOUR' HONEY TO A HEARTSHAPEDPIZZA .
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who still thinks the bike paths are a bikes in Gainesville are loose wheel
passing lane and end up wrapped bearings. This is relatively easy to
around a phone pole (or one of those diagnose. If one or more of your

This Is a bicycle. With proper ,big signs that say "BIKE I PATH") wheels wiggle or wobble, you've
care and maintenance will last and come out of it with a wheel that probably got loose bearings. Either

you many many years. Take care vaguely resembles a soft hot that or you left your bike out in the
of it. Learn how to take it apart in pretzel there's really nothing much rain, and the wheels warped.

the dark.. One day, it may save your you can do about it except consult Another trouble spot is your
your local ,bicycle repair service.On brakes. Brakes, needless to say, are
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seven miles per hour only to (NOTE : You do not have to worry BUY YOUR SPORTS
discover that your brakes do not about this unless you own a variable
work. In this Instance, structural speed bicycle.) Usually, your gears EQUIPMENT ALWAYS AT
damage often results to your will slowly slip out of adjustment
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To prevent occurences of this sort, This becomes apparent when you have
check your brake blocks (those little l' notice 'suspicious little' sounds' like Softball and Baseball Equipment

thangamajig whatchamacalllts that bumps, bangs, and grinds when you Jerseys Lettering
rub up against your wheel rims try to shift. If this be the case with Tennis Equipment Shoes
when you exert sufficient pressureon you, you would be well-advised to Racquetball Racquets
your brake lever.) Make sure take your bicycle to your local
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times, you can forsee brake your transmission for the 1129 University) Avt. 376-3089
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.' '*$' :* "'-components, wheel arid-fork,! the points look bad change them a
Well, folks It's high time to get out bearings not to mention the air inlet well as the condensers. Once i ir
the wrenches and do a tune-up on for the carburators. stalled being careful not to lose an

your limping pegasus. This cleaning serves to uncover of those itti-bitty nuts -and bolt!
Before you lump in and string the defects as frayed control cables, Next the point gap and ignitio
entrails of your machine all over bad wires, cracks in oil lines and timing should be set. This is e>
your car port, or parking lot, do stop tanksif any and makes,the motor tremely critical; muff this part anY
by your motocycle dealer and cycle a.heck of a lot easier to work u'v.muffed the whole job plupossibly
purchase a shop or service manual. on, In 'general. -' causing ,damage to th
Having purchased said manual, Ignition: Removethespark: : plugs'" :engine' if bad'.enough. By all mean

you should read the thing cover to and inspect them for wear and signs refer to the manual a phone call t

cover evaluating yourself and your engine oiling. This is important as the dealer won't hurt,.if things'", don' ":
bank account. Mechanical ability /ou may need to change the heat seem right. ,
aside, chances are, you'll have to range or type of spark plug as to Re torque the cylinder heads an<
layout a moderate sum of money taylor your machine to your if your bike is a four stroke, set th
for tools, as well as cleaning sup- requirements. Check the spark plug valve clearances. With the ignitio
plies. These tools and supplies are a wires for cracking and heat and valves up to par we can concentrate
long term investment you will deterioration, ditto for the 'plug on the carburator o
have to do a minimum of five tune- connectors too. If these items are in carburators. Once again, check th
ups to justify the inital outlay for poor condition spark plug life and book for the proper specificationand
tools, etcetera. If this tune-up is to overall performance will really adjustment procedure. Th\\(
be a one shot deal, forget it, as it will suffer. Next remove the side cover engine should start easily and ru
be far cheaper to take the thing to a that protects the ignition points, smoothly through the entire R.P.
reputable mechanic and have him being careful not to bugger up the range. If the engine doesn't do such
do the work for you.. screws that hold it on. Once and you are dead sure it is not th<

Assuming that you have decidedto removed, examine the ignition ignition, disassemble, clean an
take the plunge and do the work points and condensers you should readjust the carbs according to 'th

yourself, we shall proceede: .. have one of each for each cylinder.The book'. While you are at it, lubricate I
First, clean the machine points should look clean, the cables that accurate the car ;1
thoroughly using a jet of hot, soapy smooth and dry. Ragged, pitted burators, a stuck throttle is c
water as found at a twenty-five cent ignition points also sap performanceand nightmarish thing to have happe :

{ car wash. This works, especially ,. reliability/if I theyJook crummy-,. especially: '.ona, rrjachine} that i< ,
well ,as..it cuts, through: grease' and',can'em.Wnile.youfreat.itcheck'thewires! capable:of doing one-hundred p\ur\ ..1 I
crud as well as the run of the mill connecting the various at the twist of the wrist.
dirt that collects on the motorcycle components for damage-it beats the millimeter of prevention is worth

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Now that we have the engine cattle truck. As far as the horn working; this

) squared away we must devote equal Keep the chain clean lubed and goes without saying, in fact, if you
1 attention to the chassis of our can bolt on a louder set more powerto
1 motorized traveling companion. properly adjusted. ya' anything from keeping

1 1I There is no point in having a Pay close attention to the lighting someone's great aunt' from noddingout
I motorcycle with a one hundred system with emphasis placed on the at the wheel of her Buick and
miles-per-hour engine in a chassis headlight and horn. Despite our running your carcass off the road.In .
, capable of only forty miles per. constitutional rights we still have a I addition to. the above work a
Check the wheels for correct state statue requiring that motorbikes daily check should be performed to
alignment and spoke tension. Go must operate with the keep an eye on what's happeningwith
over the entire braking system witha headlamp on at all times. If you your machine. You'll find that
fine tooth comb. This goes double want to keep smokey the bear off your motorcycle will go farther
for tires too. Tighten all nuts and your case keep them headlights more economically and safely than
bolts. It's both embarrassing and burnin'. In actuality, riding during just letting things, go until it either
hazardous to hav.e.an. important day light hours with'lights on does ,lets you down..or. it tears you up.
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Large selection Transportation will cost compacts have automatic
Triumph, Norton Leather l goods 15.89 cents a mile to own and transmissions, but 83 per-
Motoguzzi, Ducati, M operate a standard-sized cent have radios and 27
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B.S.A., Honda, 1974 automobile for ten percent have air-
Yamaha tires (IDunlap, TI100 I years in the ,suburbs of conditioners.The .
Suzuki I, greatest single cost
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Kawasaki and parts accessories. cents a mile for a, compactand (GSC) of owning and
many more. only 11.15 cents a mile operating a standardsizedcar
for a subcompact.The according to the
441 S.W. Archer Rd. 377-6901 Gainesville Fla. startling figures are Department of Tran-
presented in the latest sportation, is depreciation,
edition of the DT's con- however, the GSC for
troversial publication "Costof compacts and subcompactsis
Tomorrow's Brake Today... Operating an the total cost of gasoline.The .
Automobile." "annual trader" who
CLYDE'S ECOLOGY The Department of drives a current model car
J Transportation also says it all the time will find drivinga

BRAKE SYSTEM will cost $4,032 for 7,700 brand new car every year
gallons of gasoline. will cost him $10,460, while
Our shop features the exclusive Eco-Brake System. Eleven replacement tires the "two year" trader will
Eco-Broke is the ecology broke. Besides giving you the ', '" will be needed for the pay only $8,465. (Figures
safest brakes...all servicable parts are 100 percent standard-sized car, unless with radial tires not
recycled right in our shop thereby saving and re-using the owner uses radial tiresto available.)
your high quality original equipment brake parts. save The Department of
Come in for a FREE inspection and let us explain the. gas.
Eco-Brake System. The owner will also coughup Transportation is also
Modem equipment to recycle disc or $3,521 for maintenance, careful to point out that
drum brakes on U.S. and Import cars ,' $1,618 for insurance, and these figures do not reflect
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Florida L njohshgd by Compu. Communrcoions Inc GoinesvIIl, Alligator Florndo No iay onocoted w *ith Le nmvern oF R do V 2 F il FEB. 14, 1975 OL. 67 NO. 82 UC focul rates ad' By TOM SHRODER Alligator Stall Writer A majority ol University ( allege iUC) laculty responding i a three and inc-hall month in vestigal ion ot Ut muora Ic cal led the college admmi trat ion "wt lat isi actary." A i epoit oii the invest ganion writ ten by a I J advisory hoard committee concluded "it is clear that those laculty responding viewed (UJ( Dean Bob Burton Brown) and the college adnministratioii as (fnet and the samie)" HOWEVER, 74 PER CENT of the Ut faculty responding to the in-house survey said overall morale in the college was between "satisfactory" and "good-" Thsis mn contrast to a morale survey conducted last spring by the University Senate which indicated a majority of UC President Robert 0. Marston to order a special outside evaluation of [UC. THE OUTSIDE EVALUATION comnmiitee. cottsisting of two university presidents and a nationally prominent professor will be in Gainesville Monday to begin the evaluation. Biowi, conceded that dissatisfaction with I he Ut administration meant dissatisfaction with him as ihe dean "Onc of the prohlemis with the original imoralc report ,was that it confused morale with criticism ol the dean," Brown said. IN A PREPARED statement Brown 'aid, "I would not have taken this job three years ago, and I .ould he Lrazy to stay in it another day. ii ii required winning a popularity cotetst. "Without uaiservimg support from the Vice I'resideins sit Academic Aflairs and the Ps esidents ol this iimnvcrsity. the deanship of UPC wnuild he tenable." the statement said. Brow n said w heii he became dean of Ut he wIaS gold by dir adiniistiatoun "o mike %iiethiing out of [IC or put ii itit ol its Illisery. "WE HAVEN'T REACHED .mns decision ilnit that prohleii It will probably he the lug issue ol the c' a an." he said. Briw csplaiined his .ippmt'it unipopularity b ihe Liretiumsi ances ol hi' loh. ty morale si ~nmis tration "When you change the ctection ofat college a'diaslically a' I hare. ihcrec's no way 'oil can :vid uII pset Im g a lot ot people who thought it "as going in the right ,jy." Bitnn said THlE lit MORALE REPORT said ecen sonme ol Bros is supporters tailed him 'aumoerracie or "high-handed." "Ncsei theless, they credit him with im-i proving the acadenmic standards and intellect ual vitality ol Umnversity College." the report continued. "A NUMBER OF faculty members expressed genuine concern about the anonymity oft he department mioiale reports." the report rcads,. irvey poor I he mitialt comlmlittcc was imm Ied( at Biownis suggest i(oi m Ntnemle, Ihbree ol the committee members ire to be considered Ioi tenure by Buon mi the n1e.1 jut Ure DR. HOPE BOCK. chaeroi~iin ol the coumittee, closedt L t~iiitee meetings dIuring the mivestigalton and miadino conmmiien t5 Oi ItS progress Howeis'er the cam niitec St rc%%el it was lot "B own' connt tee," 'he lull ads isory board voted to distribhte copies of the Ti report to Biown. Marston. the members ol the outside evaluation committee, the [IC tacultv and the press. a UC DEAN BOB BURTaJNBROWN "no populority contest' Honor Code faces uncertain future By STUART EMMRICH AMligut Staff Wrtkr Although faced with a possibility that it might soon cease to exist, the UP Honor Court apparently will continue its function of enforcing the Honor Code -at least for how. A meeting of top UF and Student Government officials was called Thursday to discuss the future of the Honor Court under a court injunction issued against all closed hearings. THE INJUNCTION, issued by Gainesville Circuit Judge R.A. Green last Friday aid extended Tuesday. prevents the Honor Court front holding any closed hearings or trials. The Honor Court proceedings are all closed because of a Board of Regents policy and the [UF student body constitution, both of which mandate the confidentiality of students accused of violating the Honor Code. But a suit against UP tiled jointly by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and law student Judy Collins argued that the proceedings come under the Florida Government-in-theSunshine Law and should be open to the public. THE INJLJNCTION ISSUED BY GREEN prevents all closed hearings until the fiiial issue of application of the Sunshine Law is decided, but open hearings could be held by the Honor Court. the unanimous opinion at Thursday's meeting between administrators and SG officials, was, however, that open hearings might mean the end of the honor system and the Honor Court at UF. Byron Petersen. Honor Court chief defense counsel and a strong supporter of the closed hearings, said at the meeting he didn't think the Honor Court could operate under the Sunshine Law. "think open hearings would destroy the (honor) system.' Petersen said. HE EXPLAINED professors and students would be reluctant to come to the Honor Court with charges of someone cheating. because of the publicity that would occur. He added the reluctance of professors to go through the Honor Court would mean they would decide on their own to flunk a student who might have cheated. "without going through the due process of the Honor Court." Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris agreed with Petersen that it was important for students to continue to police themselves, and he stressed that importance to [IF President Robert 0. Marston,. HARRIS ASKED MARSTON TO "telt


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Peg. 2, Its. Independent Rodo. AJIng.for. Frd.7y. F.hmwry I4. 1975 NYSE 1UItJ' -Ariticiuaig .' wsrt bi Pesident Ford. traders sent stock prices soaring F h ursda m~ the New.' iork Sr oik Et hanged INY 5H heu est trading in its I 83-vear histor% Alter his r'si' l-ord ialled if a "coalition ol conidhnce"' between himself andI congresss. while attending a lund-iarinmg salute to Vice iiesident Nelson A. Rockeleller AloI hursdats f-ord auniounied he "ill alIlow a bill tree/imi tOOdI stjnmp prices to become Iaw with.,ut his signature. troncetdin dlefeai to (ongress.~ whue wadrting ol an "ulikable deficit liadmrg vol u mc ji he N YSI totaMed 35.1 6O,(fl shares. iwelI iver theol record ol 32J131)SX) shares 'et Jan 27, Meanwhile the f-ederal Reserve Hoard said industrial production in January plunged 3 6 per cern, a 37-year record. Brezhnev reappears MOSCOW (UJPI) -Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev reappeared hale and hearty Thursday night after a rumorillied, SI-day absence from the limelight. he 68-year-old Communist party general secretary led the Soviet side in talks with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson. putting an end to speculation about his political and physical health. Brezhnev looked tanned, fit and rested. As usual. he puffed at a cigarette. When both Wilson and British Ambassador Sir I erence Garvey lit pipes. Brezhnev asked: "Does everyone in England smoke pipes?'' FCC rules words indecent WASHING ION (UPI) -Ihe Federal Communications (omnihsion ruled in a landmark decision Thursday that a New York City radio station's broadcast of a monologue by comedian George Carlin was "Indecent and prohibited" by federal low. In ruling on listener complaints directed at the broadcast by WRAI-FM, the FCC 'aid it also was taking advantage ol the case to clarity the applicable standards' on indecency loi broadcast out lets. I he unanimous dectsion said that ,.hiie the conmmiuntions act specrilca Ky prohibits censoring or intertermng w nth lice speed, on the air. Congress "has clearly indicated that both ihe Ikpartnment oI Jusfice and the FCC are obliged to enloice" the section of the U.S. Code prohibiting the bioadcast of "obscene, indecent cr profane language." Aimonig the words used by Carlin on the record, the FCC said. etc "shit." 'tuck. cocks ucke r." "mothertucker,"' fhdoy ALLN JGENGLER capsule 'Gunman lOUISA aIUPI) -A heasil built voting iman bur-st intt, the Lou 'a (ou nt courthousee lihursda, anrd opened tire "ith I Ssawedcl-off shotgun, killing Judge 5tewart C ugninghani aid -ounding Sheril Hemv KRnnor and a deputy. Akuspeet "as shot and cajptutred three hours later. P.,luc said a mian, walked unto the General District Court nhout 2 p.m~ iiid shot Cunnmngham. (b. in the head. thei vent imto in adlacent iooni where Kennon was shot in the ught shoulder A DEPUTY also receined a supet ficial pellet w.ouniro' shot ired bs the suspect. w.ho tied im a red pickup tiuck liter [XvnisP li. nitrcniiert oilwers utig a helicopter mid I ogs begsn an miitenlsive search in the area beInee c (harloltesvnlle and Richniond I he suspect. identified as lhirtell Pomndextei .waus shot ,ind arrested tw(' niles south ot Zarb: rationing only in crisis conditions WASHING [ON (UPI) -Energy Director Frank Zarb, clarifying President Ford's dead-set stand against gasoline &V rationing. said ~Thursday Ford would make an exception in ~ yithe event of "extreme emergency conditions." -~ Zarb also told Democratic Senators pushing an i alternative to the President's energy proposals that "We are Very, very close in our attack, out language. our specific provisions." Zarb testified before the Senate Interior Conmmittec V whose chairman. Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D.-Wash .is pushing legislation to give the President emergency powers to control energy supplies, including rationing. Zarb explained that Ford's opposition is to rationing under any nmainstrean, program" of energy conservation. v~' and that he could accept it only "under extreme 0-emergency conditions such as an embargo or other kind of Ford picks WASH-IINGTON (UPI) -Stirring immediacy controversy. President Ford Thursday chose Assistant Attorney General Carla A. His to be Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the first female Cabinet officer in 20 years. Sen. William A. Proxmire. D-Wis. chairman of the Senate committee that must approve the nomination, said he opposed Hills on grounds "she has absolutely no known qualifications" for the job. Oiganiz~ations representing the nations' mayors and cities to head H UD called Hills selection "inconceivable." also on grounds ot her experience, and professed "shock" at Ford's choice. In Kansas City. Mo. the Mortgage Bankers Associationael Anmerica said it would pressure Congress to choose a lIUD secretary "who is knowledgabte and experienced in housing and urban development." Tha bankers named no favorites but their requt:nmets presumably would exclude Hills, an attorney who heads the Justice Depantment's civil division. Cra2 TODAY / !I Super Lunch I S FOR $1. IA -p PITCHER Of BEER WITH ANY PIZZA 7 P.M. 10 P.M. ANY DAY Open '$11 4 M J .-,-~ 25 ANY SANDWICH (EXCEPT GATaR TAIL) INC LU DlNG ABEER OR SOFT DRINK POTATO CHIPS PICKLE PITCHER S ONLY FEB. 28 1515 SW 13th St. -I. Oft.H.J. STEVEN'S DR. RICHARD STEVENS 1831 N.W. 13th St ACROSS FROM GAINES VILtE The indsndn Pio.do Alisgao i incorporaled, o peiwol., nonprofi ccrpcotaon h1 is pubIIhwd five a's w.ky .scep. durmag i,,., July, ornd exon.periods Oinons expr.s.dof i. 'nd-p-ndr. Afie., -h. of edic' of te .'rsof i, flcin *ad aol tiw.of'he Univernfy of Florda I. Campus je~ved by *he in~d.-d Fio Aliar-Ao. c9 ~~ sinon. 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Tb. Independn* Flrdo Mulg.)0r. Fday, F.hnrvy 14 7, S. N. Lower used book rate gets initial approval By JANET TAYLOR AllIgator Staff Writer [he Cam pu' Shop and Bookstorc (ortini Utee unianiimously decided [hursday to Iti iomied either that the bookstore d isc the buy-back rate ir in.e ci he tised batik pieCC%. I he I ccomme nida loll st ated diht buy -back rate lhe ri sd romn 54) per cent ro 0 )peI ceni! or 'he used book price be lotwecred rom '5 pci LCfnt to 65 pei cent THE RECOMMENDATION 'sill bc sent next cek 10 V icePi esiden ciil A ademii i Altair,. Wilham I-lmore Dan Inheck student g ciumnt 'ecietai) Of conistimer attairs and lhu ght Fill 2UE presented the proposaI to the ct'mi lee Hill said if the bowok buy-back i ate was raised to 60 per cent and sales ,enmam at their Present rate, the return to ,tudents should he about $25.(00 over a period of one year. LOBECK COMPAREDUF's bookstore policy with its dormitory policy. lDoritortes arc operated oinL iIf opi ailt baMi but are comtpetm inI h oft-camnp us housing. [check sad. U F just ,tie this policy lhv c p1 .1ming iihat dornu fbe prov'lWide an ed ucat ona Ibenefit or the si udet body he added tin the other harid. lhe likslo i operate' SO AtS iiol Iii Cete~t ith hookgtoies oIlIdamlp1 "DpinIuti,,s ic' ii C d(lCjitiiI herielit. ctetoks iui cnot'" asked L[beck HAROLD KING. dssistant liookg,,re mi mi ge r. represented S.,m tc, books r re Iii agCr at I he meietm11 King said It would be wossbk In daisc thet litok buy-back late HeL eipained that wt higher book liuv-ate 1he bookstoie w.Ill base miirI used hocks ri urn ed. bhs m,:an iihe bookstore w til lnt have to 'tv ow hook, whtch swe the bookstore have to pay a transportation charge on" said King. Ibhis would cut down on the transportatIon charges students pay. Honor /From PaRe QIC) Marston said he realized the Issue of UF as an agency was gotng to be tested eventually. but added he "wished the test had not conic in an area that so much damage could be done (the Honor Court). here arc plenty at other areas this (Ihe Sunshine Law) could have been tested. "I don't think the Florida ttgislature intended in dissolve the honor system at the state universities." by enactmng the Sunshine Law. Marston said Frat to hear Shevin talk Florida Anty Glen. Robert Shevin wil 'resent his slew, on problems at economy. crime prevention and tonsumfir cotitrn% Ifl Florida at the P1 Lambda Pil Fraternity banquet 7:30 puim. Saturday. [he banquet swill celebrate the Iratermity's 50th anniversary. Alummi have been invited I rom, across the na tic, Shevin sas UF's Pi Lambda Ph' chapter 'resident in 1954. Other activities include dinner at the lraterimiy house Friday and a tour of the campus Saturday. UF trees to yield fruit By JEREMIAH TURNER MAlgatsr StaffWrtr Within two years UF students will be able to eat free fruit grown on campus on citrus trees being replanted not by the physical plant. The trees, about 100 In all. came from the ornamental hortIculture fruit grove on the corner of Archer Road and Center Drive. A new parking lot will be built west of the J. HIlIIs Miller Health Center and the trees arc being removed to make room for it. according to Noel Lake, superintendant of U's department of landscaping and grmundskeeplng. SEVERAL VARIETIES OF citrus trees. including mandarin and Chinese oranges. grapefruit and tangerines will be planted lin locagiorn around the J. Wayne ReItz Union and McCarty. Brotard and Rawlinps Halls. "When pccple come to Florida they think oh one thing. citrus" Lake said, adding that the trees should serve as a landscaping aid in addition to being fragrant in the spring and supplying fruit to the student body. "There are other fruit trees on campus but surprisingly few students use the ripe fruit. I encourage students to cat the ripe fruit, but they should he careful about not damaging the trees when picking uP. Lake added. NE SAID THE correct way to pick citrus is to either cut the stem from the fruit or twist the fruit off, being careful not to pull on the branches. The trees, all of which are at least 12 years old. are being replanted with the help olf the Institute of' Food and Agricultural Sciences. Most of the trees will be bearing edible huit thinhn two years and for many years to comic. fTh varieties selected for planting were chosen because of their frost-resistant qualities -a must In Gainesvilles relatively cold climate -and their exceptional fruitbearing properties. according to Lake. S C QantAbGdA=CQow Your Owvn x II' Is let 4 ss Pliwey and lull-tIm. studait hes ~.ssA lie 5? icc pievdwsttr, fwrtilnug. Regisra 1. b4 .atmutche, toSis, stiwi., etc. gardacs her .a 30| n Call X9 61I for Inerl InformatIon sonsgr $ Uy TU4TAGNICULTURAL COUNCIL au

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Pog* 4. Th. Independent flordoAIligaor Frdy Febrvery 14. I975 Mars ton talks B. LI IL (OLA) I'idI(CII ( .prfmrjIt[CC O CIe l \IhLI Ittuso Winie Fiesitler,! 'Nmbel! (1 \tiLsr II'eu'NcILI the flflLedLIn tilt IIihIndhn ,iLlt IlN 'Ol~ *L111 Itd dmii rbhit theO~ ihllm [ta Il 1lh Ip e Ht> PRjLLLll 'bIL \ ic phsu}sedl iii he UNo t o 01 hF PHOBIIISuh \iislni no ipet Uv ci ibti la I IIIIICLLal nuhr!ht Of hiM hriL 71OpphiUeIIS I)LSt >i In tlwofoi saOnl~limuhis to itiiitie hatk'n that j t, I)a | (tile II ttcjdeiht il~its. .1 mem~beil the so' tshotht he hai.ldctt the Aim 11*1'e \etlon (om to status of women committee slhjLILL tht \Ii> fl>LII\ \tIuro \J lLI [IhllL 1( LtIII lhL II OIIn shL lie onuIltteC IS A MouIDI'CIti l tl \,11evl hhIII}IJ, OiiiiikI'IL Commission ILL iiia l I hill tilles ,l huke jilh hlJS Ilici la pioflsl Vini ttd' tit mVe L. ri a~~Id e o n (lii [pIOlet~ kill' Iti ,t twOhand( htiU nulk ith tU he lmiicl tlorneNVY 21(1 \enue leltwetiiJld Snece and 8Ad Sceel I he othel scheduled iv olec N mnle-loiw Paih along NW 4 bdI St'eel lwtwn NIC1 h A 'em te lid Jid At enl L BOTH PATHS WILL BE PERMANENT antd nill tO! Ill MAi u1~111~ Iii I i LI II' icc' I' th l it~ tO suIleI od hat lhI trhi Ii[ N ( oe ane N(. so1 0w d Ii 10. jilthN~LN ikin 4.iii h11n Pa thlel bike h, ike Iah u IlL tti I hilt 'e t ot) it 5I 2 lHr [ t. II LIHV Ioti V tl~hI n m)I'\I Fit SAIL) i.l MILLION WILL 111d iehil OI s W'Oil4Ad Suicc IIN O i tt I t ittt path s GO to'iid hmel t) )N II il I:Ie ( 011mk i,,iiilli Johi Wershfl itid the pmposcI Sk paths will Colulett eIIInl luike ,jih l ea, Sama 1< o mum~lLt 4 tolicee~ wih the d ttOIwt Trea ol ( ,.hnest,!Ic approves rem o

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CodlA Abd Oh praenda exotic rhyti fumue C discothequ get plantats on sale now! Command savings. Majestic king chair woven of natural peel and care rattan. Black trim. Versatile enough cost akings rnsom? 54 tall. Now.9999 S.4 -The~O DecortrsI 2325 S.W. 13th Gainesville 377-4165 -.-~ St. I!) Th. lndependsn' Rorddo Mligor Fddoy, FEbruory 14 1975 Pag. 5 WH AT'S HA PPENING B, STEVE PROCKO Alligator Staff Writer elhuk have beer Abdeihak -Oag a a e chair7 Could that lady have dar'ceo to ims through a set of French Provincial :ould Sam have played it again in a pop art e? Stage yot r own thriller with low-budon furniture frrca Pier 1 -I-------, 2 I RADITIONAL HEBREW PRAYERS: arc 'dmg held at It NW 18th NtIiudass at S [Spim. and Saturdahi t II) iim and 5Spmipncrd lby the Htllcl Foundationt Iti further inlim imation aLJ ,372 2'XX). FOCUS MEETING: sponsored by iterVarsit y Christ ian J-elltwship will he held toiiiht at 7.30 at 4104 NW 19th Ave F-or further iirmatii, Lall V78-9(,l9. VALLNTINE'S DANCE: toimiht at Q in he Jennimgs Hall Ba semi'ent it h mui %i bs "Stccp Iccha se Spon sored by Bionaid-Rawling-Jcinnmg Flail (ouncils. hir further miIormliation call 3192-9244 BIKE BANK REPS: SC Departmn ot Ctonsumect Al lairs is scekmng Bike Bank i epi esenitatives tor each campus loirmi area Rc;ps wil icceive 54) cenls per quarter on each lentil they obtain, For turthe iormatIon call 373-39l5. ACCE NT: Apphcat otis for the posttins of chairman andi ice chairmitn are available in room' 305 of the i Wayne Rctti Umon tomtpicted lornms ni t he ret ur ned by Monday. STRAT-O-MATIC BASEBALL: '11 hold leagtic play tonight a ml S uid ay at 7 in the J Wadyne Reut, Umion ito x1i 39. For In rther in ormiat ion call 378-7177. AG COUNCIL GARDENS: registration for spring quarter tise of the laciit ics "in M useun, Road across tromi Lake Alice will take ltace Sat trday troni 1-4 p mn Price is $7 for a IS X 20 loot plot For further iorniation call 392-9519. EAG ORGANIC GARDEN: plots available through March are $3 and they are going fast. Stop by Saturday morning at 10:30 at the garden OTn Radio Road between Museum Road andl Lake Alice. For further information call 377-8087. MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE: will be held Saturday at 9 p.m. in Underground Sledd B of the Murphree area. Admission is free. ART SHOW: Dali, Picasso, Churchill, Max and many others arc featured at the art auction Sunday at 3 pm at the Hilton Inn: 2900 SW 13th St. Admission SI to benefit Baha't Israel COFFEEHOUSE: sponsored by the Jewish Student Union wilI be held Sunday at 8+30 p n at the Hillel House For further mlrm tion call 392-8661. INSIDE INFORMATION (Editor's note; InsIde Inlonnatlon I. a weekly feature In The Allig-tor, providing re-derwith--uthorIt-tive-Infor-ation-on all aspect, of pesnmi health and poles of the Student Health Service. BrIng your question, to Room 305 Reltz Union o, the lobby of the Student Health Service. For further information pin.e contact the Health Education Oftice at she Student Health Service, Room 237.) I have read recently thai some forms of nsent l ilnt. can be cured by karje udons of vitamin. I. this nre? Schizophrenia. a mental illness which is debilitating and unfortunately rather common, has been subjected to a variety of treatments. including 'megavitamine therapy. Attempts on the part of several research teams to confirm the usefulness ,of this treatment have proved fruitless. What are hive.? What catssts them? Hives are usually large, raised. pruritic areas on the skin and result irom, an allergy usually to an ingested substance. Many foodstuffs can cause hives and should be eliminated .rout diets. Is it true that If you ketp parting your hair In the game place you'11 go bald? II' so, why? Simply partinlg the hair in one place is not associated with baldness. If. however, the hair at the part bor anywhere else. for 'hat matter) is subjected to excessive pulling or overly sigorous manipulation. loss may be expernenced. I he usually encountered patterns of baldness are controlled by hereditary factors. These factors apparently influence the time on onset, the degree and speed of involvment. and the pattern of hair loss. Normal hair loss occurs throughout the scalp as hair nmatures. Scalp hair follicles normally rest for three months and are active for two-six years. When activity restarts, the hair often loosens and is shed, either spontaneously or as the -esult of minor pulling or Jarring. Note that thus type of hair loss heralds the new growth of hair. What I. meant by pastenaal drip? T'his is a term used to describe the drainage or secretions Iron, the back ot the nose which occurs in various disorders If the secretions are thin, they run down the throat and tickle the nerve' around the w.ind pipe. This triggers coughing and hacking in an attempt to clear the airway. Any condition which causes irritation of the lining of the nasal passages. sinuses or throat cat, post nasal drip. Some of these ae, temperature change'; inhaled dust. ftjmns or smoke, infection s uth abnormalities, such as a blocked nasal passage due to a deviated septum. are also sometimes associated ,.ith post-nasal drip. Therapy depends upon the cause of the irritation. In many cases this cannot be easily pinpointed or the causes~inay be inherently untreatable. In such cases an attempt is made to reduce the secretion with such medications as antihistamines and nasal decongestants. C Sg ,. ~~~~ -o .e A

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Pug. 4.fl,.tndepeodentMad AIIhgaor Pnday February I1. '975 Mic ros copes can t be B, GARl BALANOFE Alligatr Staff Writer, lDi Henrs AlIrieh is mning out o iones A 1'lih ,' I F a ssoci ate p rotessor in botint. i in charge ol the electron niuirosttipf Iah in Bariram, -ast, and he is nn to cut corner' and liminate wasteful spendmrg throughout the lah. BUT HE IS IN a wor'e hudgeuars position n*,' than he '.as in I96 %$'hen the lab Openled I he lab his three maior petees of equipment--threc electron mitroscopes worth a total oIiMOAX3X) No'. Aldrich has another ,rtoblem -Iw of the mtir(ostopes no longer bahe 'Cr' Ct Onti act' II invihing goes '.iong. Aldrich has to Ii' I he mi roscopes hisell THE PROBLEMS STARTED .hcn Aidric h acquiiredI lPhillips electron ni eroscope from 'he imelIu rgs de partmniii. 'It's like having a 10-year-old VW and the nearest dealer is in Atlanta' -Dr. Henry Aldrich \ iiiiu I LII., ko liar lie liudlet 1.ii StPi un 'liu diI na h Nil IecC ulilci the I.I Is .illottl each ecit (IN NI\ fl .Al I)RICH WIt the inke iulicks lie sItined h. cancel NCIt ie Litin tts Oil the llrIctl lii IO5L0pe5 iiiol ii Ii h~hba'e an is tc(mi1I \dih cl miti 'acts II' 'sltf)(i) 'Ide' 10 liri, thi' electit, in used liii tlmid Oh Iih eB eice, Coili t hid becn uiStd 10 mlihitiiii t NC' 'ce corl ut in the ciimsinie electron miiosc'pe imukes simple i e.iis bit it aiisthme 'ci ois should'ccli. lie silt! he caii'i tis It "iTrs LIKE HAVING a lU-seat 'Id \ w timt lie nleirc'I dealer beii t' \t!.mil \hlichi s.iid. I hie sci~ leie coniti act cowis all toiijiib pu ts. 11nd laboi plus t,.,'el and THE PARTS MAY be 'Cnere'ne \Urich pornued to a lonw. rmespennelbiking iiid sad it rt le' out. it would cost l i e a' ct ie1 dap to-diy problems also Whet, I) Piesideiit Robert C Marston dissoled the Din sioni oh Biological Sciences. the hbitaim department took o' er the labs. I he I abs .ere promised t o people .tho '.ocld id mi the adin ust ratisne and se'cretirtjl work. But the deparinient didn't izet the esira help. NOW ALDRICH IS doing much of the ad mmiist ratio. e 5.ork h imself. "l'm Leepimg hooks on that personally." he said. but added there is ii limit to ho'. much a person can do. Oni top of the lack ot setice contracts for t.o of rhe three electron microscopes and lack ofadnmiiisraise and secretarial help. aldrich .as asked to cutback Sl.(X0 of his original SIO.OOO .carly budget. fixed HE DOES NOT SEE the situao riii ettmii .Um brighter ,n the future I Ihe phidosophy ol the lii, ha' bcein t'c nred to maintain a Iii~milltI ,iiiqInt ol supplie' for everybhods t' [e "t he ctd B May I. though. there mi.s nlot lie rnough money left to run the lab he photographic bud get is about SI .StXM per year. including cost of chemicals. poper and im. MATERIALS ARE ALSO iteces'arv or Iiximg1 and embedding the cells tinder the microscopes. 'he material needed om fiim the cell' is iofhmtlm. a precious metal '.rth SI? ,er gram. F poxy and plastic niIxt u res are al o trn Cxpen~istyve A hogttle ol a mnateCr';al k no'.i a F RI 42(k,. which 's used bor the embedding p rocess. cost' 541) per bottle. ALDRICH SAID THE ["Cr' oh the lab mias go through a bottle it a month. "We trn to use cheaper i esins as mu tch as we Canl he said Aldrich said bs Ma. I .ill the imorne I.,, wianmg to u,,e the Lab will gust hate to l u thot WHEN EVERY LAB wutm ke, is in, it tor himself. \Llridi svit tlherc l proilxlhl be a teiiirl nloirt ol leakts i d baekhitmg It leads tit"itite iic'lci'ic. Aid ich"e s-a ither. he ad li ad lihe lab uutti iio miiinlittrcn THE MAJORIT) it ihe liii 'ork is th'ri F'. miembers oh the l'ot~ii, lepaitiiicii. 'oth students indl Iaeulia \bont > 31) 'er cent o. the sur k is tdonri b le dlepartrmen t I Icilnbtoloes N) pcicii K i te /OiilttL mi'cit doesn't usc the ,ib much. accordmng t \ldIh t Itch it the three election iticioscopes has mi,,trtlation poWei olmett .(XX)AXR) lmes If .ou're doing sliucturail studies. yoii'c inst about gol to lh."e Mn eleitrori inlitroseope. Aldi ch sault SINCE I1%S, $5-'X) people ha'c been trilned to tise lie el~c Iron nui erosco pes. I hes hare gone through imdinidual botai classes 'The philosophy of the lab has been to maintain ofspplisor everybody to use.' oh 10-15 students to gam~ paut al knowledge mi the use of the microscopes. Aldrich said he has gotten cooperation Ironm oil hour depannients wich have exteinsie use of the microscopes, but there '.as ncihing these could do if they don't have ans e'tra funds. Until those tuads comie through. 'Cr' ice contracts will rnn be bought. "It's toolish to operate a lab of this size itithorn a 'ericC contract on all three. Aldrich said. It only small things go "Tong. eseryihing "'Ill be altught. but "if there' something more serious ". Aidrichbs 'oice traded off. If something serious happens. 1fF "ill be forced io esen harder limes. ph'00 by eric estrir DR. HENRY ALDRICH AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPE if onythinq serious occurs. equipment will not be repaired Microb .ilg B. I-ANE-T PARk Alligator Stafl Writer Sqieks of dt cllssswaie littering he toilniers andI table' it the M ct.biolies lab ma)Li foice its closiiig ldi, i.uoidlii to Dr I'auL Srirth. clhauinmu ii the ttep.rtrinciil i "WECRE GOING TO RUN flIT If clean gLa5wdreb FtidIais Siiith )rC(Iictc(dc.rbe this '.cck 'I ate a letici t, Xxii i( A i \ ndci Wert siiggestmrtl we close 1hr lihs 'eftire lhe "hole t hmii collapses Snnth s,,id ) (X) students arc in lab classes mit the 1(X). 4(10 atid 3tx) le'eI """ci '"'"o." la he'per "iaislerictl 4, ,inOiti tcdtpcmnt 'IL I, l9'4. leau i i ,osg n 'li pen Liidll ccllent btidget conditons a open IloS~on, tie Itotet .iid I tpLacceets m'ds 'ij be [hiied Wheni tie lab hel PCI left. ii, rob 'ohu w,~as tunable to hite a new '.orker to keep up w .h he mountainous slacks of slides. petri dishes hid glass tubes used in esperiment,, SMITH SAID. Sonic bacteria are potenrailly pathogens. Iharnmtul) so each piece oh las~. ie S woca~ d (terlied) at 135 I 4 I lab IeCWeCC. cooled .md then tIashied" He added somie items are w shed I''1 ndsome are rut, tliinigh Ibe don H>1 lab helped a tillum pin silir lui ctirrenth some whIinteers .ic >1s' ,zlassware oin their own time Bu iih. Jill dishes still Leep, pilig up. acorni Siaith I" his is, c qucstionahle '.ay to 'pietitt II' said. SMITh SAIl)one solution to the eLos ,II shortage w.as to lbaw lab ristt Li'' I eil~tiatc H students intslttd it hainne the sgudIeits pertirm their tkT 'I" tI t kn.,o i 'ri other 'nst'tilturtdi1 wtuhIdpimth it like this." Smith slt \ tnder~crt said he has appealed sesia ,'uies bor help in kecpni the 1,1 opei "We're cia'.'rg and grasping hor tiuir lIi supplhe," VanderWerf said, COMMENTING ON the possibhlit' "I instructors performing lab demonstrat loll. VanderWcrf said. "It's not the prelert ed "av Vander~ert had not heard any flew' II 'I don't know of any other insttuton that would approach it like this.' --Dr. Paul Smith

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Th. lndependen* Florido Aigo'o;. Friday, Fsbrvcry 1i, 1975, Pog. 7 Deans ByJANET PARK and GARY BALANOFF Algator Staff Writers, luaki lasuilacks in Xcios 'sea. ol mhtratoriumi.aid a lice/u nui~l~ hliii iti tldice{ i'tra I F e'pc'iiscs to a hiue mihnimuin "Pco1,tlLe ietl\l Iikiiiiz 'n the chims, arid takong it go(d commented Dr Rob Hurton Brown. dcii i I uinersity College Measures taken to dSSuiC ULwoulc suruvle: budigtt cut hacks mnclude severely cutting operating CXpenseS "SPARTAN MEASURES" wecre taken byl the College ol Arts and Sciences, according to [Jean C.A. V anderWcit, "We tried desperately to econonu/e ', thout detriment to leaching programs." Arts arnd Sciences. the largest UFE college included in the Education and General (FA) budget. will he operated on "overall cor l"' next quarter. Vanderwert said., "Overall control' includes pooling the departments' Ot',er Personnel Services (OPS) budgets. An intensive study is now being niade of commitinients to graduate students and teaching needs, according to Van-. d er WerI. "A MAJOR PORTION of the Arts and Sciences budget goes for salaries." VandlerWert said. "These commitments. and our commnttments to our graduate students, are our primary goals VanderWeif did not issue a blanket policy for his departmental cutbacks, hut "appealed for belt-tightening to departments and let hem make their own internal adjustments'' Also. each department in the College of clos react FI twuatin, is ,ow res pon ib Ie for making its ii h budget cuts. accord, t i Associate Dean Di I mmeliLtt Williams "EACH DEPARTMENITS SHARE ol the htittvt gOLS iouigh! s the nitmhe, If liieIC5soi\ m the (lcQ~itmiem he saidl lktpartiments su'i Iis SccordiuIaid (hildho I I cat''n tm iid 'ecein .a laigc'i Hard share of expensemhones because oft hen need ttravel more, he 'aiL I hat department scuds students teachers tilt to intern bor a quarter but it is doing Its 'hare to cut back by trying to place students teachers closer to LW. Willhams said. PROFESSORS WHO TRAVEL around observing their students quite often pick up the tab themselves, rather than submit a travel voucher that is virtually impossible to have approved. "We're just trying to survive on what's available." he commented 'We'r just trying to get through winter quarter.'' No graduate teaching assistants have gone uniunded in the college, according to Williams. [here are 52 employed this quarter. LIKE ALL OTHER COLLEGES education'sequipment budget was frozen and approximately 10 per cent ot operating expense money was not released. Mrs. Nita Ratis. administrative assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences, said the IC suggestd possible funding by press time I hursday According to Sniith. students could not w.ash the glassware they use in experiments lor several reasons. "The process of autoclaving. cooling and washing takes at least 30-minutes.'' he said. [ his cuts in on the students' lab time." -.ALSO, THE LAB'S BUDGET only allows for breakage ot one petri dish and one pipette (glass tube) lpe quarter. With students handling the miiterials in a short amount of tme, breakage is bound to occur, he said The eventual outcome of this glassware tinavilabtity. Smith said. will result mn the downgrading ci the jib. Smith said. "I see station w here the undergraduate labteaching program is grossly underfunded. UF spends $3 18 per student In the microbiology program." Smith compared UF'S funding figures with the Umiversity ol California at Davis' microbiology lab. "WE SPEND $35(E pei yetar: they spend S3.0 for a program win nas six fewer students. "In duetinie, iwe won't be able to place any ofour students if the situationisnot relieved," he said. "It's our charge to educate our students to the pointof being competitive in their fields of education.' he said. "Without labs, this will be impossible."' to cutbacks Wil ctt cuii i'as made in the Tia si ornths oh the fiscal 'ear. inisiiad of our inil i clctsc hc-im 20 pci CuT 'if the miil budit.vt ii will onR be appiomalls1( pci ccl. she Sdidl \ANDEW ERt R SAIl) lhe ipciItmlg Iins ciiik teae teenos Times tIC HAS ONE hroken-lown, imachine. he s.id. "Wckc never had that kind ol lusuis Xemsmng) mi tUnnetsitv College" 'Othei coileiges .ic ceianiiw in Ine like we I-I sti. lhtre's an outside chaTeC "elI make it thiitgh theen bciKtluiiiig atk. li nc t' not LemiiL I) usC 'aic'it IW At UF COOPERATION FROM department heads was stressed by Bros.ni. VainderWerf, 'isler and W illianms. All Itir praised the attitudes ol their faculty incoping s.ith the pared budget. Microbiology department chairmen Dr. Paul Smith said. "I've seen faculty members present reasonable courses with a practically ion-existent budget." Microbiology is currently sutlering from another torn, of budget control -Ireene of faculty. gtaff. and career service positions when a vacancy occurs. A UNIVERSITY-WIDE policy, the freeze prevented microbiology from hiring another lab-helper when theirs left. The lab-helper was in charge of washing glassware used in microbiology experiments. to survive on what' a available Gus H-Irrer. UF director of libraries. mentioned several weeks ago that problems arose Iromi the treete on hiring A bookkeeper who became ill and had to he out ol work for a while could not be replaced by reshuffinmg stafi members to lake her place. SHE USES A SYSTEM of bookkeeping called "double-entry" bookkeeping. and sinee no one else in the office knows that system, Harrer said he felt a position should be found and a new bookkeeper brought in. Answering prospective graduate students' inquiries posed another problem to several colleges and departments. VanderWerf said his college tell behind for a while but is now caught up. SkIer said his college also fell behind because of lack of stati, but "we managed to stay within striking distance.' Vhe expense budgetminludes expenses or lactu ty travel. Ion g-d ist ance phone cal s,. Xerox service, and siilplhes ior everyday operation. Dean Harry Sinle r ol the grad uate school said the freeze on travel "puts a mioriitorim l on all professional relationships with other universities SISLER SAID he was scheduled to attend a scientific synmposiunm in quantum chemistry in January, but had to cancel the trip because there was no money to pay travel expenses. He said he plans to pay his own way to the Southern Association of Graduate Schools convention. "You can survive without permanent harm provided this kind of treatment is not prolonged," he said. "THIS KIND OF treatment prolonged mvet several years could reduce this university to the level of mediocrity" Sisler said. travel expenses in the College of Architecture and Fine Arts were also cut severely, according to Interim Dean Joseph Sabatella. The art department chairman had to cancel .1 tnp to Washington to attend the College Art Conference. Sabatella said. SARATELLA SAID Architecture and line Arts does not use verox machines to run otf tests. but said major cutbacks came in other areas. Art models. chemicals, ceramics supplies. musical instruments, and visiting performers are sonic of the expenses eliminated. Sabatella said the budget was not increased one cent'' this year. IJC DEAN BROWN said any cuts UC budget are generally the same as experienced across campus''We're virtually ,.iped out'" he referring to travel budgets. Xerox use could not be curtailed more, he said. in the those said. much FALLOOr1IMG: with MONTREAL SOFTWARE Last 2 Days! 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Page S. Th. Independent Florida Alligator Fiboy February a 1975 EDITOR 1W Humor a Once agami, from the darkness surrounding the secret invest ga tons ot Bid 5 cheating mn I le U F College of Business Admitnistration, comes a re'calI'ng 'p inter ot light. B usi ness collegee [)ea n Robert La nilot t i hamiiiing It up dIUrm tg a co ngregation of good ole boys the other day, joked that his students accused Hf buvyig and selling exsans were just exercising "he best bust ness practices of niax? iling~ profits." Maybe lhke the teilow discovers his liy open. a hemnp1 to sa' c ace. Nt0 I-9, V at the cocktail paty who the 'lean's joke "as an On tis lace. "c think the joke "as in poor tste Hut its more serious con notations "cre hroiigilt to mind by a lprotewsr we talked to the other da; about the cheating scandal. alleged to involhe some 2(X) business sI uden t st ructors from any culpability bor student chea 1n1g. A careless remark by a teacher, hinting at a careless attitude toward atcademic honesty, may go a lon um 1%i alfecting studentV attitudes, our p)1 oessor tiicd said. po liere Ce hi'e a careless remark -provoked I'' a' itttiude about whi1Ch wC Canl only guess hiorn the lop man in the business college. FHow lar downi the lInc oh die colleges adiTfstration and thtatlty does the cleans sense ol huimor extend? &')liinil Ic ac' so, [0 (rict1r iiiikcs ie mess ii Mathierk experience Us JpresIenz txg,,i H.a see SCLII 1 mu tnda lie Ioi coticernl II s I ('5 all the more im portaiit the Hoter i ut likils ot tct'used cheatters he open1 t die I at Silud(ICt A id. wa\ we imat single ot t Ihose business w worb hs of Lan, Plot ti N praise. muo-e importantly, those ws ho don't deserve it. 7/ 4 And now for the good news iIas I le wOi d I uined tptarters tir Limi LAS'! WEEKh IBM. lbeleaguci bpiid eiltt I tleliidiig V he ',totL mi ime linu's h ed bi a'nl it han 25 pint uI S per Lilt litle hi whter n sell' aket lebounid appiened im lie laidh mi %Omei cid 1 mec i -m~ouths a" LISt In II ekimg Iit ii litNe .iid ats I a plkn quiaiittices ci hips 'Pt tnouihiil dle St GAtR, lhii saltoin soikel jixith beilh r\mits a eIs. iiplkl Iot1 1w 'I ii I iiit hide ihe lelwht ol I lt loi the nit on ut tbi swecc*i ."ng < F e iiijiiablec ( oiiLeiS, ,tunii up a lielht iboui 'hipiimg iioie ol the tsipi'ei iiities to \ i1 Num to stulpmht a ctirrupit legtime 'hioe ',iI ',ison I lt. mi-a bis the United State', is that a ihe IeIceise l'tdhtet is ibtmt to uindeign a trtnmiing w.hieh imta like l'enigon plane mole iesptiisiblc mi the mi mulatol ptoiccled ce1peniditute outlays All ot which ieans that a qiealei cmmul~n ms he ,Itecied im nmlitary I'udiwliiI optne w~iihi would certamnls be ,,menuble to the Idt ae tiuxpaseci lOUD STAMPS hatse al least bcei, temlpoiari esemipted iiomi he comestible ilalioin spuad [his ought to somie 'IN 20(,d nelas to the ni t tiiis i"nposeLished bor ibhe' have horne he tgreilcst i unt it the i cceni iitgonal eoninme conIhle ( IA ihat comeil behemith. is iiinaIIy being inIe gt ed Perhaps thc I eison age.s ti mii the spadewoik are not exacils the (lA's ttotst nemeses hut the lact that our owi, Iloak-.m&I-daiuci dxeciLOi ii ioieigi boles IS not .ibtnt tiiidc tflwi(db COt l inmentil istituitiois I he 94ih ( inee is powsesed ol i iinnrad If uCA laces wh iGe nOt a whit toe the dlecrepi~it aim .m it e thataugus liis lhe FHbk I hit iUIS|RO h Piim N Inhea IIOpLe' u owl illmeit had cimerged ietoilous mer Ihe elaiiviI. Stli i Ibis shiuli imec'i san eslierts. ctuirtedl It lul itireiga aiin with 'ties' oii dittlistit etofloili hcs10 mleilt anl Ltmtstqutit .lc-trmihasis, at lirgoistic selilI [ V ,m adieal-iinsipned hdtlOhgItll selt-tlagellatmori Ilie iceici aII solsi.Iiedi plus c'iscnce ot RItchatid N'e ,tis cut luck Ilt't '.eek. theiehs sal rg taxpayers i litik .' micones. I lie iormier (hied I sedijtie w til have to siunill I on %(,mithtw n his S6).MX) inninal pension. his $2(.MtMI .InL.l OllIce aIlowaniic. .nd{ whalcei &ther tunds lhe can soak h lecture LticeiiS tid bnoik publishers We shoolki .ill K depii ed. ON A LOCAL Ievel wec UL students should he glid ihl Ih 'eii ol seticts is about to he lifted trom, those Hfonni ( u Ii als ioIrw business admntration tudIents F i though it's not likely, for :iI we know u miniature SplNah Inquisition could have been transpiring within those shut iered ludlicial chanmbcrs. Anivhow. its just healthier hi lhe mjirale ol the student btdy. the reputation ol theHo r t nuit. and the characters at the accused to he totidili mI Ii tals mi the sunishiine. Pe, hips. though. I'mi kidding ntvscl I Maybe lihmys ii s' caIh is stod a" they look--there are still high iilern I ltW miein i at s. the price at gas is still pretty U I If, andl the' i0 'en dileussitg lacking up the rates lbr on-campus hotiy i i tI mdmlaig, there is still a little bit of cheery in the ceieNn se A imctt lHtouse Agy LCtehi Ce hei Holie lidi hat Iiasc otii red ii lute. The Independent FloridaAlligator LII G4sntuca RtA tony Kendtior Mrn.Evelyn Best Roy McGee Jr Donno tubrano Acey Norper Lyn do Homier Oida snmi, Edior-inChief David m~sin News Editor Te,, Wood Monoging EdItor ~onno kugmon toyoajt Editor Afsn*Gqw.lMenoger Administrotiv. Aeornt .uhine anag, Advarhlg Cor eo Special Sections Coordlnotor AdverthIng Prducfion Manager Sliwol Pruduction Manage. Brian Jon. Lolout Editor Punished by Cam'pen Comrramnhationn ii' Stll~o. G.In.SvIh.e Miarida with off Ic. behod it. Callegs Inn 1721 Was Uolvenlity Ave.ue Editoslel Depavtment: 37645 D.n: 3SMII k 'I 'II, Hi r R ICH A RD BIJRK HOLDER ST AFF WR ITINGS SI I mI III n 111111e I LETTEtS POLICY Let.r, mWst Be lyped. signed double-spaced ond not exceed 300 wordh. Not be signed wilth a pseudonym Nov. address., and telephone numbers of Nom., will be withheld only if writer shows lust caseTh-dirmerer.s i.,right,,oedi,.,lisers o, Wriseri may submit longer .n.ey, column, or Isbn to be cofn.Jdered bor use as 'S9.oking Out columns Any writer inter.,ted in submnlg a r.glor column is asked to contact Ah. editor and be prnpared to s&w sonmplee of his work. a coun nation, surged the uholesede pine smee %nembu jha 1, now tehni potes m <1odung ap---

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The other side of marijuana Simec I %5. 1he mtcrc.'smng uP o pol his beeni en. by a select few larger number who tdvoca tokerant view AT THE s news media provide equal other side of thing the ratv, probably no alcohol since scientists and a ol psychiatrists ted a more towards pTr .me time. our has tailed to coverage to the the question. nale that pot is worse than most of the short-ternm scientific research tailed to uncover any harmbul attributess. Unfortunately. the same cannot he said true of the long-awaited. long-tern findings which have lust 'tailed coming in since the summer of 1974. A large number of distinguished scientists and researchers Iron, around the world have been accumulating detailed observations on the effects ol pot. Many of them adnititedly began their research with a tolerant attitude towards Po~t. Rut the most important point mi trying to establish their credibility which. alas. is almost a hopeless cause with many long-terni users) is hat there arc too many scientists with international eputations at stake who have independently .iccunmulated mutually supporting and overlapping results for it all to be a hoax. Keep, i ind that scientists who present their col eagucs with fals i ied txperimienital data are easily lound out and gain bad reputations in their livld. Anyway. most all of the researchers who originally nave pot a clean bill of health have recently changed their mimds. If you want to read the discomlorting evidence hor vourselt. go to the library or write to the Eastland subcomi, c re of the U. S. Senite. Collectively, their works have pointed to the following ii ngs on pot: I. It reduces DNA synthesis, thus imp~airng cell d ivlstin id normal eel lul ar IproeCSSCs 2) Es en smoked mn small amounts it tan cause broken U n d it aI f or m e d chromosomes, presenting the possibility of future inherited defects and abnormal births. 3) Can reduce the Irodtuction of the immune tells Il-lymphocytes) by 40 percent. I bese help provide the bodies' resistance to diseuse. 4) Results in decreased male hormone testosterone) levels tip to 50 percent. oceassionally Lauhing impi'tencv I his has caused clinical sterilhts 1n mcin t ho are heavy users 5) Ii ha, .i grealci potential toi inducing canter in lung tI issues than does tobacco smiok e 6) I here is much evidence i evers ible brain cell damage after several year' ol chronic use. 7) Repeatedly large doses leads to dIeteriorated mental lunctionimg in both logical thought patterns and memmis I etention. olten culmiiatingM with paranoid thinking Ironically pot impairs the u'er' ability to ludge the loss If hi' t)wn' mental processes. THE RECENT article in the Alligator stating pot's potential as therapeutic drug "aspxrtially true It has been proven to ijaucom,, and help relieve asthma but I his pitlC d 0 n i uSt Iiitnti icdi'ction seems lud 'ero' especially in sien of these recent findings I he tacts art n~ow with us I1 your immediate reaction is that ii is all a lot iii baloney. I challenge 'ot, to at least find (lit bor VOU rsel I I hope there is no student 0' tautlty a the LImnversits w ho Qould continue to risk the p)OtCetiaI hazards of pot wthout first personally in'eq igating the latest scientifle findings on both sides of the oence. Ignorance is not ,ikays bliss. Doug Ool fnrlinn, Ed,,dr -Fogren Mp m.~itr PC, Cunrfltor AMuccoat*Edto, Mi Kfrnbn Aats NewtEdtOr iih. Independen* Florida AlIgator. Friday, Fetnnary IA, 1173 P.9 An open letter to VcznderW er f DAN McCLUR E GUEST COLUMNIST *.TIZ FIRST WAYS OF UNITED STATES IIARINSiS, R4FRESdUTINO PUAS! ONE OF ThE ?I~Cf NOVE4fNT ET UNiITD STATES INVASION FORCES, LAJIMP ThIS NORNINO A1D XaT HEAVY flSIsTacz PROM 7115 ELITE, U.S. -TRAIED SAUDI NATIONAL GUARD AS WELL AS TUE NICELY FIOFICIST SAUDI AIR CORPS USI~o TME VuIW LATEST IN SLS(.t SOPhISTICATED UNITED STATES JgT PlOTl' AIRCRAFT PL4ta BY U.S. -flAmED PILOTh. '' THE 5*1)013, EQUIPflD VUi U1.s. RIflES MID TEE ALL-NZW I Z6k. RADAlEQUIPPED XARAUDSI TANK, EV IL? IN Till UITBO SlATES, HAVE INyTICTBD HAVaY CASUALTIES OS WslTED 375TE3 TROOPS AS Teff $EE TO P~OTZCT TilEIR OIL FIfLDM, EUIL? BY U.S. OIL COKPAJIES.i V I Artf EDITOR: As one ol thi artists not castigated in Pau Schulke's article ("Exhibi lacks lasting appeal. Monday. January 20. 1975). can be objective in m response,. POINT ONE -"Sound Leadership" by Universitie in technology, medicine, andc the other sciences: Look in the present energ~ crisis and the inmpending Iood crisis, (See Smithsonian. January 19)75. pp. 59-b4. Henmember Viet Nam,? Was5 our involvement an exanmpke of science and technology providing leadership? Medicine? Check out our infant imortahtv rate. etc. or ask the poor ho,. they pay for our excellent medical care. POINT TWO "Goernnment funding of the Arts": S e t getting to ken s support Government funding of the Arts in the United States is the lowest on a per capita basis of any major country in the "free world'. POINT THREE -"Pubic taxes -Public taxes paid for our involvement in Viet Nan,: A I ew days there could pay for the entire year's budget for ythe Arts now. I-low many Artists supported the U.S's .involvement in Viet Nanm. Mr. SSchulke?) POINT FOUR -; Mr. *Schulke's "highly subjective method for self-judging the first impression value or any usual art" he views Would Mr. Schulke apply he same method. for Cxamp~lt. to brain surgery? Perhaps he should sayhehbass "highly subjective method for self-judging the first imC:ORRECTION Wednesday's column appearing on the Alligato's editorial page entitled "Dumpster digging for profit as i ncorreetli labeled by Mark Sutton. [he column ii as ,,ritten by David Suitherland. Alligator Associate Editor Ron Cunninam~ regrets the ri-or. pression salue of any brain surgery" he views. I ask mysielt if I would stop to more closely inspect a work ot brain surgery if I saw it displayed outside the setting of a formal hospital? POINT FIVE -This University. the BOR. and the Legislature have never given anything but niere token support to the Arts at the University of Florida Perhaps this situation is not "common knowledge. if you tallow the news media.' Finally, hor your edification, in I98, two years after Paul Cezanne's death (Cezanne you may remember was one of the greatest artists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century) critics 'till "downgraded" his ability to draw and paint (within the sphere of their "highly subjective method for selfjudging' etc. etc.) John A. O'Connor. Coordinator Lower Division Program Department of Art play EDIOTR: the article by Ms. Gilmer. "Games Pay Off in Local Tourney". Alligator. 2-l l-75. concerning various tournaments held in the Union this past weekend swas good. except tar an important omission: one that is particularly surprising since she is a woman.The article dealt ith the winner of the men's pocket billiards tournament, and included several statements by him about the competition and activities in general. Not bad. but "hat about the women's tournament? A University of, Fluids student. Danny Obey f,.ho happens to be female) won first place in this part of the billards conmpetition. set dfor any number of reasons) she was not esen mentioned. Since more than 30 colleges and univer. sities frow four different states were represented, this swas quite an honor. for 'oth Mi-. LaPointe lof dhe men's tourney) Dear Di Vande, Weri. I anm wumg this letter to tIeWS5 mI' concern and I Ulrm, mcr the recent terninations ol tour staff imeimbers in the Speech Departmninen Di' sion of (ommnUmtcat ion Sciences tamely, Dr Willham S. Broswn. Dr Howard Rothmian. Di Stephen Feinstein. and Mi Wayne Harrrngton. I hough I do not know Mr. Harrington or Dr. Feinstein, I anm 'riting for the benefit of all concerned. I AM mjiormng in Comninunicatioons Sciences and Speech Pathology and these termm, ations directly InTluence my future as a student at ihe 1]mnverditv of Florida. Perhaps vni are not aware of the serious academic problems that have been created in the Speech-related areas doe to these tmi nations I hough the Independent Florida Alligator w.as told that these gentlemen are n "nonteaching" positions. this is lot so. Dr. Rothman, along with his research work and other duties also teaches a course in which l am presently enrolled. Fhis course. SCH 385-Speech Acoustics. is of invaluable inmportanice to anyone ilagoring in Communication Sciences and Speech Pathology. Dr. Brown. in addition to his research duties, is academic Coordinator for the Cornnmunmcation Sciences Division in the Department of Speech. He also teaches SCHI 386'speech Physiology; this course is a requirement for all persons niajoring in Audiology. Communication Sciences and Speech Pathology -whether their course of study is through the College of Arts and Sciences or the College of Education. IF THESE men are iernunated. who art you going to have teach these courses! No one else has the qualifications or knowledge of the subjects to adequately supply the practical'information needed mn these areas. I was also interested in seeing that tuition will probably increase for graduate and undergraduate lees. My response to that is. "for what?". When my instructors and advisors have been eliminated, what purpose would be served in attending graduate school at this university! You have dealt staggering blow to my field of study. Unfortunately, I am not the only student involved. In times that are bad, you have succeeded only making things worse. Barbara J. Gates dli C and Ms. Obey will be competing in the national tournaments later this year. They deserve equal congratulations. be they male. lemale. or whatever. The controversy over the column by Brancaccic by itself was bearable, but after reading this article i'm beginning to understand a lot of the betf women have about 'ports preference in journalism. I don't think this happened on purpose, but nevertheless It shouldn't have occured. In a sport such as billiards, where strength is not such a determining factor, where men and womet, can compete on a equal basis, and where there are none of the crowds of thousands that mien 0 often use as a basis for male-orisnsud coverage, anything but equal representation and interest is chauvinistic to say Uie least. Mark S. Sutton ZUC U The Independent Florida Alligator Georg&(Kochon'.c Jr PutdO 1r ""

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P.e IC. lb. Iftdep.defi Roridc Ajigaer, MSny, F.&.ary It 1973 Smollwood explains registration appointments By RENA EPSTEIN Allgaor Staff Wrher Nmw that rnudttrin nmournj ha' passed. 1It tinic to look to the dawnmng of sprimgs ncs& hope. I hat hope is to grab the early dates tbr sprm'1g regi stratton U F students are receiving their registration Appointments in the nail this sweek for dates tangmug Iromi -eb. 18 through Feb. 28. Whether early or not-so-early, there is a method to assigning Sppomftmlenlts. According to Wendy Smisliwood. assistant egsrar thte appointments are assigned on "~IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED 145 hours or more. you get unto the first priority period." she said. First priority niean' the first section ol days mn the regsistration period, but Smisiwood said the number of days in bte first period varies according to the nwnber of students who completed 145 hours or more. "For example, if there were 3,0 students in the first priority, that number wold be divided among the registration periods each day.' Snmallwood said. Drug s cientis A 163,581 grant was received by UF pharm.acy researchers to continue studies of commnonly abused drugs. ['he National Institue ot Drug Abuse renewed the grant through Ity 30. 1q75. so that these studies could go on. I he grant naned Dr. Ed ward Garrett, e.aduotc reweanh professor, as pnncipal investigator WE' ~ cHEuEs MOR .'a,.ons on the FM band UNIVUSIIY CITY ---bO ~l!CO. INC. 322N. MAIN ST. T0 M R S OUR VA LEN TINE From the Advertising production staff Ut~ APPOINTMENTS ARE SCHEDIJLEI) c'crs Iiiuicsgromi M0amn 2 ~pmi for cit h o he I I schedUled registration dlis AlteCr the first prorits Ihe foliowm rg I' pr tori! ics .t' e determmtred by the I as: I'.o digits in the student's social security number. Each quaner these prtoricis arc rotated. If a student is in the Se' enth priormtn period bor winter quarter registration, he wil miove mto the sixth priorit y period tar spring quarter registration However, it a student had second prioritN registration bor ,.mter quarter, he will swid up back in the seventh priority registratiOn for SO.S ACCRDING TO SMALLWOOD,. there is a ;mssibiltty it may take up to two years to receive a "good" priority registration appointment. [he following is a list of the last two social security numbers that are used to determine jpriorittes two to seven: .34-50 -second priority. s5l-67 -third priority. .68-84 -rourth priority. .85-99 -lifth. priority. .00-36 -sixth priority. *17.33 -seventh priority. getI grant Drugs to be sfldicd include morphine,. amobarbital and tetrahydmocannabindl (T HC). Stud.s are bong conducted throuji animal niodels and analog computer tehniques to determine the dlfects of specifwc drugs. Graduate and post-doctoral students interested In ilew approaches to dng development and clinical pharmacology vill be involved in the study. to OU4Lisa Diane Andy Sue Tern Cindy Jeri Cathy Sue ALisa Tracy Arlene Carol Dori Karen Linda Debbie Renee Wendy Erica Goldie Charna Pam Mindee Cfont eAQ tbc 6Rodwes ~~tc OL CJo ptor ithr misisigieic l to thd liui ticsbhhis. .FO thu to i tle tIm se1 e a 'tut a "' is ut bile to ike ii durimig anhraduaonlr.h a n ba to the apartmentt Lnohdri gI h1echai man sIlI put the student in t a lsed sect on I ha, c nest'' knTOS nr a hian toct she said THE a (PRESENT REGISTRATION SYSTEM ol assignmw appointmecnt' has only been in effect bor three sears. according to H ous ing serve of s tuden t By LINDA WISNIEWSKI A~lgst. StaM Wrisr UF students, in the face of possible reatl hikes, art being asked in a questionnaire what luxuries they would do without if it meant Theat' of the questionnaire includes tour main questions. according to Ianard PNet, division of housing business manager. The four questions arc. *Wouid you do wnhout a room telephone if it would reduce your rent by 110 a quarter' *Would you do without a room refrigerator .f it would reduce your rent by 110 a quarter? Would you do without linen service if it would reduce your rent by 10 a quarter? eWould you be willing to live in a full coop tbr $100 a quarter. perform your own. anitorial services, and do without a roe.m. MON-SAT. 1i SUNDAY 10ficoic hen. tegistrattor, dppuomr i ic'e '' ssigned according to g ''eiage I hat meant the betce, sye I uce ised Ca rier appX)int men s to IC m he i egistrar thought it wpuli bIt ncce1tivc for students to work hat dti n the studies." she said. However. Student Governmenr thuhIt ihe system should be changed. Smialiwood said the registi ar dud iormuilated the present system. ces subject eOs t ion nair e telephone and rtawgeator? THlE QUESTIONNAIRES, given byv the UF Division of Housing, will deternmme what services students would be willing to do without, and if there is a demand for more coop.PSEC saidUF cisrrteitly has two co-ops. one in Reid Halt and the other in Btckman Hall. THlESURVEY WAS PASSED OUT by the resident advisors in the dorms and by voluntary floor advisors in Deaty Towers last week. Feet said. Although it is not mandatory that domittory residents tutu. in the qucstionnars, Pest said he hopes as many students as possible turn in the lbrms because 'we want as great a student response as possible. The results of the surNey will be a'ailabke next Wednesday. Neet said. Approximately 5.7W0 students were enen the questionnaire. EU I, alie!s ator 1211 S.W. 16th Av (Cmn City Plaza) SCHLITZ D aiim ii ~gatu Iaua lAY RETURNS Co -& Ned Velvet Lounge Again this Saturday,UhttBoffers you the chance to drink all the beer you want -anyway you like It' tt SCHLITZ LIGHT & DARK ONLY $1PITCHER (12-7) SIX'-V PACKS OF SCHLITZ (CANS OR BOTTLES) ONLY $1.69 CALL DAY) As always, gooc company, good times & mighty good food await you at ,urta uatorl|aus & Red Velvet Lounge. If you can't get by o see us, we're always as near as your phone. EAT IN -TAKE -OUT D-2 AMOVEU 12:30 AM ACL 377651 O FREE DELIVERY i HHS

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The lndp.n.Mne florid. MlIcor, Nd.y. Fb'v~ 34 1971 Peg. it Avoiding rape is topic of se f defense ecture By LESIlE GOLAY Alipto. Staff Writ., 'The first thing the potential rapist looks at is your body language" Alyce McAdam warned thr group of men and women Wednesday evening. 'Your walk must show confidence with long strides and your body should express assertive ~ctaon such as hitting your hand, together'McAdanm told the audience at her self-deferse demonstration at the Center for United Ministries. IF A WOMAN thinks she is being followed. McAdam'1 advice is to turn around and look. She shouAn't hunch her shoulders and shuffle along, she said. 'You should thmnk lo yourself. I have every right in the world to he where I am right now.' 'he urged. II vou'te mn a crowdled area and someone hot hern g you iusitflI. shout or scream. 'Bug off creepy" she said. 'He'll he stire to get lost wihen people begin to stare. AT ONE POINT m he demninscration McAdIam had es erv',ie suream the Karate well. KIIEEEYAAAAA 1he scream was to nill tear into 4ns wmjld-he attacker, she aid. According to MuAdami. a rapist hates women or any number ot reasons. "Maybe he didn't get Mny attention when he was young. Now he is trying lo gaim attention and respect. "A rape is not a sexual act. it s a power. control and violent act A potential rapist oblectifies his victims. He does not see them as persons." she explained. "YOUR DEFENSE is to treat him as a person worthy of some respect. Keep your wits together and keep talking." she said. I One of the physical tactics McAdam recommended against rape attacks was to un. under any circumstances. If running is impossible, then strike a blow to a vulnerable body area. "Knee his groin, smash his nose, break his fingers, smash his instep or smash the delicate cartilage in his knee," MeAdams, said. "The only thing you should think of at the moment. scan I survive'' Above all. McAdam said. "if you don't trust a situation, then act on it'' Grad sudentf GREG SHERMAN .ASFAC member photo by lin moron SEL.FDEFENSE DEMONSTRATION .Alyce McAdom speaks on self defense to probe n fir By STUART EMMRICH AlligatorStaff Writer A graduate st udent in he College of Business Admninistration has been hired bs Stu'ident GAmem ien t to invest wate I he (iperat OonS ot the UIF St udent Healih 5cr' ces David Kendall, 7BA. is being paid $350 by SG to look into the 5inancial operations and the efficiency of the iirmary, THE INVESTIGATION was requested by members of the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Council (ASFAC). who have to examine the budget of the iirmary and allocate part of the student activity fee monies to the iirmary. ASFAC is a student committee that examines the proposed budgets of campus organizations requesting portions of the student activity fee. After reviewing the budgets individually. ASFAC makes its recommendations to the mary budget Student Stnate. whith has 10 approve thc allocations. FINAL APPROVAL has to jome Iromi the UiF administration, Greg Sherman, student hodI, t reaSuire and a membi er of ASFAC. said he thought the Li1~immittce would be able to evaluate the other budgets without too much trouble, hut explaned the budget ot the ifirmary was conmplcx enough to warrant hiring someone with knowledge of the area to examine it. Sherman said Kendall hod experience mn the field of hospital administration. THlE REPORT BY Kendall will be in two parts, according to Sherman. the first phase will deal with the raw dates and figures on the current infirmary budget, and the second phase will be of a long term nature. Sherman said the long tern, report will be a moredetailed analysis of the servicess of the infirmary in relation to cost." and any possible areas of inefficiency. New styles from Carber: These are on 31/ inch comfortable, polyurethane wedges that represent the new spring look from Carber -lower overall with simple, clean lines. Available in navy, naturale, and rust at. Sat 10-6 1029 W. Univ. Ave A GENERAL AMNESTY FOR UNAUTHORIZED CABLE TV USE Thos, using Cable TV but not paying for sthave a problem. Recently, a security team began a complete chock of the University City Television Cable Company network -cable by cable, pole by poic, box by box. Unauthorized hook-ups hove been, and will be, found. They will then run into a very tough low -Florida Statute 822.10. Is could mean a fine of up to $5000 or up to 5 years Imprluonment. Add to this; winding up with the hind of record that makes a good job hard to find. We don's wont to do this to anyone. So we are declaring a General Amnesty until February 28, 1975. They should call 3782447 or visit our office 0, 522 N. Main St. 9 to 5, Monday thru Friday. They should tell as they're. hooked up but hove never received a bill from us. We'llbe happy to makeon appointment with them1to connect then as a regular customer. Charges will be explained by the office personnel. Or, if they like, tell us to disconnect the cable and we'll do it. No questions asked. No hassle, We'll port company in a friendly way. But On AS they must call us before February 28th. shot day we stop being friendly. CALL 378-2447 UNIVERSITY CITY TELEVISION CABLE COMPANY 522 North Main Street Oainesville, Florida C Open Daily 10-9

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Pag. 12. lb. independ.Mt Moddo AlIgaor, Fddoy, F-bmw'y 14. 175 -a -S SprngQuarter Rgsrto Registration for Spring Quarter of all 28. this week If a student has not received currently enrolled students begins Mon-. Registrar Vernon Voyles said that a)] his registration appoinment n the x day and runs through Friday, February registration appointments were mailed few days, he should reortror'se Informant Deka h eita' Office in Tigert Hall basement. H r R g st at n Sc e ueStudents are assigned registration appointments under a procedure worked out between the Registrar's Office and Appointments by Social Security Number Student Government in 1922. The system Socil~euriy N mber RoateUpwrd Ech uarer~is designed so that every student gets the (Soeal~curiy Nmber Roate~war~achuarerisame priority for registration appointPRIORITY SOCIAL SECURITY NO ments as every other student during NUMBER FINAL DIGITS DATE AND TIME seven quarters of attendance at the University 0f Florida. Registration apSOver 145 hours'i 8 JV a m. Mon .Feb h7 2 p mi Wed,. Feb 19 pointments are assigned on the basis of 2 4 0 2p ii ,ed.Feb19-30 nIThu. Fb20seven priority groups. Priority one 2 345 2 m wed. Fb 1 -30p m Thrs Fe students are those with more than 145 51i67 la30p m .Thurs., Feb 20 -lJ 3p .FrI ,Feb 21 hours. Priorities 2 through 7 are assigned on 4 68 -84 1 30 pm-, Fri ,Feb 21 -2 pm,. Mon ,Feb 24 the basis of the last twO digits of students' social security numbers. Each quarter S 8 -99 2 pm., Mon Feb 24 -2 p m, Tues Feb 25 every student moves up one priority until 6 0-1 2p.Tes~b 5-S~aThrsFebflhe reaches priority 2,Sandif hE dOeslt -0-1 usF b 2 0a m ,T usF b 2 have 145 hours, he drops down to priority 7Is733 fa am ,Thurs .Feb 27 -ilj 0ain.,FriFeb 25 7 and startS tOWmOVeUp aplI. Indian Leaders from 9 Countries To 'Speak Up~ Here Next Week Thirty-five Indian leaders from eight ,.~guage be Amnerind (native peoples of the South and Central Ainericni countries ""Americas). No outsiders will be permitand Mexico and at least a half dozen M"" YAted to participate in their discussions United States Indians will gather on C' ."-n during the four morning sessions so they campus neat week to "speak up." 0RW~will have no inhibitions about what they They will be here for the 25th annual am want to speak up about. 'They will begin LatmAmeicanConerene sonsoed ""'''gathering Saturday and Sunday xo bieby the Center for Latin American CMScome acquainted with one mother before Studies. The program is entitled "The .c. discussions begin. They will be housed In First Americans Speak Up." J.Wayne Reiti Union-. Representing at least 20 different tribal """Topics for discussion will be deterand cultural groups, the Indian leaders ""^mined by the leaders to insure that their will meet for four hours each morning GAMIviews are "grass roots.' They will be Monday through Thursday to determine encouraged to break up into four what they want to "speak up" about. workshops each morning and to rotate Each afternoon they will summarize "' their moderators. L11 graduate students their morning discussion mn a two-hour will be assigned each group to assist in session with educational and governpreparing reports-. mental observers from their countries. Among the observers to be here art Following the conference, a book will Then, the observers will have an hour to Ruz Rueda, director of educational be published containing the best presenask questions. planning for Colombia: Guillermo Puttaions, a newsletter established and the Finally, on Friday there will be zeys Alvarez, minister of education for leaders will be encouraged to maintain morning and afternoon open-to-the Guatemala; Luisa Stark, director of the contact with one another and to work public sessions, during which reports will Inter-American Institute of Development closely with governmental leaders in presented in English and Spanish swnof Ecuador; Maria Fanning of Panama's their own countries. marizang the four days of discussion. Interamerican Literacy Foundation; EdParticipants in the conference will be The purpose of the conference, accorgard Chavez, of Peru's National Institute entertained with music and dance of ding to Center Director William E. of Educational Research and Developmany of the countries represented at the Carter is "to give these indigenous ment, and Mariada C. Bourgin, special Florida State Museum. leaders for the first tune an opportunity assistant for international minority proIn addition to the summary sessions in toshare insights, compare problems, and grams, Bureau of Educational and the Rei Union Friday, the public has make their voices heard to the outside Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of been invited to the inauguration of an world." State. exhibit on the Macho Pichu mecan "Participants may look upon the Indigenous leaders will range from a archaeological site in Peru in University meeting as occasion to vent their housewife-fanner, who will have to walk Gallery Thursday evening and to the dissatisfactions, and perhaps vehementseveral miles through the Chilean mounluncheon ($3.75) and banquet ($p.75) ly so," Dr. Carter continued, "then tains from her village to catch a bus, to Friday. Tickets may be purchased return to their countries and find all the first chief of the Cuna tribe of Sunday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 and doors closed to any sort of meanngful Panaa, to a deputy in the national Modymrigfom8t oni 6 follow-up. That is why we have invited Congress of Guatemala. JWR Union. Banquet speaker will be Dr. one or two select, empathetic governAll of the Indigenous leaders speak A. Curtis Wilgus, founding time director merit officials or outstanding scholars Spanish, but one of the requirements for of the Center for Latin American Studies from each country." participation was that their first IanCenter. Luncheon speaker will be EvanfB = so agelina Arna v de Swadesh, director of Board of Regents Announces bilinqual education programs, Natinal Pen ac la ee in M a ch 10IndIgenous Institute ofMexico, one of te Penac~a M etig M rch 0offical.bservers. The Board of Regents has announced a give consIderatIon to reducing first-tameAA$S 5tu dents Need public meeting, it. regular monthly in-college ceilings by IS per cent; T o Pickt Up Printut meeting, for Monday, March 10, at 9:30 modificatIon of student fees and detus am. in the Auditorium of Gamma creasing out-cl-eat. naivers. Arts and Sciences underraduat. a-o College, University of West Florida, A copy of the agenda may be obtained dent. participating in the pilot self-regis. Pensacola. by writing to the corporate secretary, tainpormcnpc h staed hattheboad wuld Florida Board of Regents, 107 West individual computer printout In de-r The notice sadththebrdwud Gaines Street, Tallahassee, 32106. parent offices starting taday Jazz Concert Tonight 8:15 The third major concert in the Presdent's Fourth Annual Festival of Music is scheduled for tonight at 8:15 p.m mn University Auditorium. This concert will feature the University Jazz Band No I directed by Gary Langford with guest low brass soloist, Rich Matteson. Persons holdings tickets are reminded that the tickets are good for guaranteed seating only until 8 p.m. AMter that time, individuals who do not have tickets may be admitted without charge if empty seats are available. North Texas State University, will siesta in Bachman Band Auditorium at 11:15 a.m. and 1:25 p-m. today. Anyoneinterested may attend. Teurit Theatre The University Performing Arts Series brings the Kansas State University based Continental Theatre Company to University Auditorium for a pair of pIIJrmaIW Saturday. The troupe will present "CInderella" at 2 p.m. The musical comedy version of the classical story is recommended especially for children in the kindergarten through sixth grade range, who must be accomnpanied by an adult. Tickets are free for University students, $2 for non-student adults, and $1 for children under the age of 12. At 8:15 p.m. the 20 member travelunw group presents "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail." Considered a poetic theater event written by authors of "Inherit the Wind," the play dramatizes Thoreau's views of the individual's responslbllty In a democracy. Students are admitted free, but should make reservations. Calling 32-1653. Non students can purchase $2.50 tickets at te Constans Theatre Box Office. Flrd Player Florida Players tackle 'The Taming of theShrew"atfip.m. today and tomorrow m Conslajis Theatre. University students are admitted free, and non students can purchase $2 tickets at the theatre box office from 9 n.m. to 4 p.m. today. Photo Contest Is Open A photo cutest for both color and black wbite, opui to all University of Florida stdns is ben pnoe by the Arts and Scettee Student Council. FIrtpremwfbeSO;nd$3O; andlrd, $20. The Only requrumnt far the photos, accori,, o Asand,,,ience Counci with -mpSt tbe arbor science. Photo, may be realiSte &r abstract. Deadline Is Weihinay, February 26 Plan. are to exhibit the ix WIJnnin photographs In the Rafts Union show-cam. obtained In Roan 1U, Anifrli 1151. The Universiry of Florida is nn E&usl Empl Thb P~ge 1,1 unwmfty hhhM""wdn' to ameu ke epoft)ek d iaiponen, ,n~wumnon It nrude,.::. *n'ry A utaj. at te Inwreray oJFIoned.

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r'4usa dvrisnatsT.ad.,,,nn RddoAigc,,,. Ma.y, r.njtry 14 3975. Psr IS UP Prof. James Lloyd Hits Time with Firefly Research A University of Florida entomology professor's work in firefly communication was the cover story of Science Magazine February 7. The Science section of the February 17 Tune responded with a story on Dr. James E. Lloyd's work, as did the New York Times. The catchy thing is that the photuris firefly females respond to the mating flashes of males of other smaller firefly species and when the male alights to mate "she grabs him and eats him," according to Lloyd. 'Exploitation of some type is found in all animals," explains the veteran spy on the after hours insects. "Remember that every living thing we see today is here because its ancestors outbred others of its kind and made the necessary adaptations to cope with exploitation." Lloyd will travel to Djakarta, the capital of Indonesia, spring quarter to further study communications among the beetles with the turned-o tail lights. The evolutionary biologists, says his work increases man's knowledge of the myriad kinds of Insects. "Biologists have studied and come to The Feae Lures, Then Eats The Male know species of mammals, reptiles and birds, but don't have the same farnillarity with kinds of insects. Yet, Lloyd says, this sort of knowledge is necessary. 'For example, all insects communicate and fireflies do so in quite a graphic way. What better beast to study in order to learn the basics of mnsectan information exchange?" James E. Lloyd Learn How To Use New LD Phones Training sessions on use of the new intrastate SUNCOM telephone network, going into effect March 1 will be held next week on campus. Each participating office is being asked to send a representative to learn details of the new system. According to Telephone Manager affected. IFAS, which has its own telephone system, will not be involved in the SUNCOM operation. Training sessions will be offered from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m., Wednesday in the J. Wayne Reiti Union Auditorium. Two sessions will be offered Thursday, from to ll am. and from 2to 4 p.m., in the Medical Sciences Building Auditorium. SUNCOM, approved in 1973 by the Governor and the State Cabinet, will permit state agencies to eliminate presently leased WATS lines. Activation of SUNCOM Is expected to reduced the cost of Intrastat. telephone services by 2U to 50 per cent. Th. Stat. Division of Communications,. which contracted with the telephone industry of Florida for SUNCOM, will determine the monthly charges wi the basis of a U per cent sampling of completed calls -a method approved by the State Cabinet. Some short-terfll inequities are Initiafly expected, but it Is estimated that billings will Average 99 per cent accuracy within a thremontll period. Departmental billings will provide the following htwomatimt for each of the sampled calls: date, originating number, terminating number, starting time Of call, length of call rounded off to whole minutes and cost (sampled call cost times five). After next week's training sessions,. deparimants with queStiOns regarding the SUNCOM system should COntt Nancy kink, US3-i146 hportunity/Affrmarive Actiom Employer.= Activity, Service Fee Committee The 7-member student Activity and Service Fee Advisory Ccmmlttee (ASFAC), whose responsibility it Is to make recommendations regarding allocation of activity and service fee monies, will bold an open meeting from 4:30 to 5:S0p.m.,MondayinRooml22,J. Wayne Reltz Union, to discuss 197576allocatIons to the Athletic Association. The ASFAC group was created last year after the Legislative turned the job of allocating activity and service fees over to students. In a meeting last week the Committee recommended that $62,100 in A & S fee monies from fiscal year 1974-75 be allocated to the Intramurals Department, and that $23,861.48 be allocated for Career Planning and Placement. Approximately am800 remains in the 1974-75 Activities and Service Fees fund. If it is ntallocated by the end of the fiscal year in June, It carries over to the 1975-76 fiscal year. AD recommendations made by the Committee must be approved by the Student Senate, Student Body Treasurer, Student Body President and by the President of the University, according to Greg Sherman, Committee coordinator. The committee has no chairman. The Intramurals allocation recommendation was broken down as follows: Meetings Open lo All; I Scheduleg Is Announced $50,000 for construction ot six 4-wall handball courts; $11,000 for two outdoor 4-wall squash cowlts (at present the campus has no squash courts); and $1,100 for improvement to the light switch system on the various games courts (including an automatic cut-off system). The Career Planning and Placement allocation recommendation was broken down as follows: p963.48 for reproduction of student qualifications record files for job interviews on campus and to send to potential employers not recruiting on campus; $1,000 for student resume reproduction; 36,000 for seven student interviewer cubicles; ',418 for microfilm system for storage and retrieval of student records; and $io,m0 for development of programs for computer matching of graduating students with potential employers. Activity and Service Fee Committee meetings are open to allstudents, faculty and staff. Other hearings are planned for Wednesday, Feb. 19; Friday, Feb. 21; and Monday, Feb. 24. AMI will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. In the Reits Union. Students serving on the Committee include Student Body Treasurer Sherman; Student Senate President Kevin Malone; Seniators Sue Chine, Ken Chapman and Sue Wheelwright; Student Body Presidential Appointee Warren Wilson; and representative from the student body at large,Louis Pledrahita. Prison Inmates Problems Aired Arts and Sciences Student Council I, spcoiEoriflg an ongoing series, "The Forgotten Americans," which will focus on minority groups In American culture. This quarter's program focuses on the problems and lives of Inmates in stat. correctional institutions, and begins with three events next week. Monday, Bhechus Productions will presmt"Waltlng for Godot," ata p.m. In the J. Wayne Reti Unon Ballroom. Tuesday, February 18, at 7 p.m. In the Rathskeller, Dr. bMyle Alexander will host a pormentitled, "Prismnira Night Out,' which will Include performances by and discussions with inmates from Rail ord who are ass musicians, poets and writers. Wednesday, February 19, a prison film, "Deathwatch," starring Leonard Nimoy, will be offered at 7:3 p.m. In McCarty Audltorhi. AI three events are free and qpm to the public. usual advertising rates

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Day and rernereI'd love Atlanta O 8-) My fragile little frewer SARA Roses Ore red violetsore blue. Sugar is sweet and I love 8001 All my love. Your Honey. Michel I -t-2 p) W Omnk. The ides are as endless at my thoughts of you Happy Valentine's Day, honey Alt my love darlig, Mrs Ounk ItRain oare red and beer is quite yellow. But Waltee Mike Junm Chris George Iindsoy and Wayne ore my valentine letlowsl Love N UI l-2-p) bob p fernando lonos you're not or anyway hoe ady iicp nce rou ra ll woys likeIi ii |'820) Alter 4'i yr. the rabbit t'll Love, ,is tOvOrtfe cartot Ij ItS? p1 no. Happy Valentie Bithday' What st.1 ikelo be 2I0 Love from your Heathenstl Ii 82 p) floopy birthday ta the walkig con iradiciorn of Shroomitown love your bedi. efanner so .ci S play rmora uOtfls your valenine Goofy Fi I t62-p To v roommates and ic endsin 279 rmuch respect on~d love lick i i I, o 'clt Orren martin thai i love he, even .A she canr hike play tennis cook, swri a. hold he, boo,. ecall 373-8IO3 te. -'Odoy i I -62-p I 'e y.o* what honey' MLYSVM happy .0 eu,rses day' love PI(F (1.-2p aOuJNOs and POUNDS of Lov.e 'te-anly enocgol' as al hrough or, onie ,eo, 'd soy Le' I conynue esetci'r'g $ath, t Itp IAcirdly Beordly yOu k rotw. ove you 'eevly Happy Voleni're S day rnd rta leCond rmonttoversory frn you' 'alt oia -ov'rng w.*e i l'802 o Vaient~ei ij 02-a -wt asoga ewr ln togehe,'i 'oe y el w snes n to robtr and ein rn0t he gng romrl ad bow S P Ot GilAis wimrnawt ti oo Cmlmbar vwt you beo y 'eniir 'oA' nr A'e -) Denis happy Valentines arid 2 years unniy I1 m onth late) to i he worlds Qreoest evarythng' i lOva tpasi'( .pener oesus 12 Darling happy Vairies day fromyou' hubby Eight mc and I love you more ,ach day RIET Iweeiybrd Yiou owe ms J do. heesoburgert and S icecreoms plus 'o'erest I II settle tar 0 utIle interest Happy Volentne, Day Rick i And happy 2 years jet s hove a hundred m'orni You 'enllyoret'e sunshine of my lfe You r, My Everything All my love Borbaro The world outside 5s only a port oc bentadin. s world in Lottanmore s heart Happy Valentine's Day Puddin pie I love Seasweet If se.l s the language of love peak to me baby' mrnnm arid a whole lot enorn Happy Valenline I Day wiih -Mary I 182 P1 playrmolo frOm the tWg boracuda you ye p0eared 'his daoy a ye i and yOw i 'O*OrIt(s tirtri ral; s1ug drion rid'' p e ''v,,rmrnesule 143 Ii It d 'In' ,ts y ',' .ra e e oe nd, n'elimr?'s'hre mroad to Le vatr valentir'ie' iS?2pi A ticie doesr i tha,, to he p ho,,e it istreeds ove We ove you prudence cimic 1yie Leroy and durmmvy Ynu 'C our tovor'ie kitien i I I' e2 pi 'iuer'da i odor e you immrensely this is 'he t'rs of ma'ny lover. days well spend 'ocjelei love you more each doy you sy becnifui woman Hio (l ItS?2 p) HAPPY VALENTINE S DAY CHPISTOPHER M ILLEQ LIt S 2-p)~ ________ B HAPPY VALENTINE'5DAY to my polish sausage Love Kotheryne I t 8 L ih love from ke to the sou'h bound o 'rIs in 7fmonilyn page diane kathy & debbi rn Id honnui N helene, wendy & rherie your Joughter, word, and beauty have broughtlay for miles tom cr orrd of oal the girls in all 'he world 1his heart iS iuit tar thee (1It 82-p) Caol your ocean eyes and ,unlit hair o. e a special flavor of rcy than x to, all yOU 'C given wiosh you happy days smide i aove .you tOsim (J 1jfi2 0) yellow arid Blue toys iou Cougar Almost eleven Your Kook forever i NE F S %ses ore red and v'olts are blue While yOu wets away I was ihinkimg at you Wi4,htime on my hanlds and you on mvy 'mid I hop, you come bock to be rmy volentineil Love, M P W I i 1t 82 ol a~ oppy oe i"s past yea 'a (is mea far hpyoe as itasi ar ic h love always (06) (l ItO 0)pl Ml I care about you very murch and hope the feeling, itualo Do you wont iiei want you Happy Volenmie 5 Day To my wife CANDY thanks for fojr years of happiness, a wonderful son and a horn, I eriloy beyond word, I love you Themrod gllfe. (1182-nc) tORI in 5G Happy Vofentines Day See you tonight Your secret Admirer It. 82 p1 David, Thanks 'or you love, patence and understanding and molt af all foe nicking rme lb happy i lov you very much. Darting She,. I It-f2 pl Torn trends we special grfns ler,,mCo which wre necessary to. a happy Ide thanks for being my friend J witha happiness Sher. t1-82p) gregie happy malentltse. you're my 014 and ONLY teddy bear and I love you mady your larnplighey girlfriend p. imboooodtoyou (1t-2-p) Alan remembe, when they though you were the queer one Times hove changed I neve, would hove mode i th4s foryftfu HapyVP luwwend, Scoot ye.' could be lhe reom in my coffee b. douhs 5 cauSe i don't dr1k cofehoopy saywoy Hi JItL wendy KEN ytur thte only queer, i really love Jenifr Melso Ncole o'r wf~aev dn'yo worry bot Kel, Dee ler, Sha4 nd Neal wont y-r bodies Bring popcorn os place Offering or fourth floor toll tufter severe ropi"ng love Fagot"O NOQ 8 JEFF ttk 0* love C I oul o (fo' you hut iwon t ice Air. osy. tiosppy Vt I love yet. art floor fetche' I Wen dy 00 In my baby happy 3 onnivefld'y anld valentines day I'l always be near tove always goldilocks Charlie, Happy Volentinch Doyi flay all our dreonml corm. tur Love, Gertrudel happy volentinl' day la Fleicher N with nye from dCiim and Herschel 5 Hoppy 81rthdoy George happy v d to second floor Thomos J and Shernm and R'cky with love from, berihn and Chester Spericer Happy 20th Birthday' JIggerlli of happiness Ouarts of Success may all yaw honigovers be only lItitle ,psels Your horse owes us two dollars Next time try a 'shot' of bourbon Moy you always entoy Rocky Mountain Springwateni k I g r a Sre nientine do you do'. care a dinner at Rn party atrat myhouse' Please rme live dangeruouly & doni regtet iti Daring and by vmg ,t k iss me kate [9 Arringlor Show sorneorne thai Inch rg that s so r evec I rw your hert wil open up to you wy -a ro FLASH Love you alwoyj .ononcve Pft knew what honey'a Ml YSVM happy 'olentines doyi love VKF ii It82 p1 Darlrnq happy Voter' nes day fion, your hubby ~qht mno and love you rare each Joy RIBET Den, Pact llI be owniifo rmy block nightie Fr, Pleas, don i be a cheapslate us usual won't tell Hmik If you won t love potwoddle Grebulk Rose, aye rod violets are blue very ociler should have a friend use you Happy Valentine. day From your riood friend. otrebor dear willy wad with skinny hod roses aye red persimmons are green remneme luv snack on my in between funny girl loves you always twt io ROCKET, With all ihe love in the orld I oe youl Happy Vale"tine. I~tAUY, Keep tyaihng that Red Thing I'll olwys be yaur puppet tat. of love, Doug,. TO The Men of Ph, Comma Celto the Lrttle S'stens of the tlack Diamond locw you invert Happy Valenine's Dcv XAA Robert. You, love is a neve. ending d&ean, A castle by a steam of swet undereandmng. Know yOu're thinking o me to. The mdsages from you are mry iweet mnspratn eove 10n Doug, You wre the world to rme and today isoa special day for telling you so Happy Valentines Day 5 6 mtnthsl I Wur You Foreveri Sue Steve Henderson; You we my 9,ienld. You mre my lever, You are nmy ide, LOVE YOU, MS GRIES I-t-V. Sugar is Sweet and sois fy honey Ilove her but she loves my money hong in the,. sweetheart I love you always Ciny Lura~a'h obi we lov you dettious diner and th, night 11180. us had remervnber? telovn'lu bizcochao this is something i wont to soy 0a you [thanks for .veyhmng) tm still working on the pyramid are you still gOing to help tell it love Ig ELIZANTH, You ore the love of nmy life The sunshineof my soul L love you with all of my hearti Alway, and o day,. NEVILLE Sonfko & Kathy you oirls ore really sweet and we wont to thank you for hthr Wihn 'tony more happy time. together Love you both Jim & Juor' 'vimy Puppy, I agree to be your peritonent valentie if 'as p,,.ose o roughly and lovable forever I LOVE You ido To lee W*rgh' i LOVE YOtJI Your. Always Robin Deorest PrinCess With you I cm corn oaet, and 'atrsle, Without you i cm nothin you're ly Vlentine Tod Peggy my ayve foe you grews stronger wit everyday i love youi1 I am looking forward to aug 23 I975 i I kow we wit lie hooov loe. keith Mod (httf --,s Hey Snake ate O'olsi Happy Valcnnel Day] !oveS!Y 'theFlpyVol111 nes Day To 1 very spe( Sor> Bear tor wure' I do Co re muchly I me you the first week I was tip he'. and I hove loved you ever snce To show ,, w !Iorgel 'hose dineil a Foiboy s you owe rme and the ice *rari ove you 'he mcsi and "erg One four thr. fur TO 114EMEN O SIGMA CHI mon for wonderful yeor as your sw.htW th Pao oeyuShr with Jou.e Fang before newt Vdo to Keep Quirwy Youy or the Sunshine ol my Lie hi Valentne. Day MOCONINE ILove You To mfy Baby I Q.vO my love cad a smooch *o our int valentie s day togethr PU I LMon Sokot ReFox Mocha and ,rr ber Itsa nice to be imporlont rut Hacry Valentine Da (Ova taLco Dear Dove rusi a Valerntie note to wish you~ [Ott of lOve NiH you be mvy Valentine ton.qht? I sure hop, so' 'h treE did Lind Janet keep soiling with mre wherever winds may blow I love you You, Muncpn uslwaned to wish you Hapy Votenins Doy with the hope thot we wie always be happy togethe, I toyVEYOU spider JRE Thanksfor'two voarsof 'oa honesty true underslondtng, and sincere frtendltip May the next two years be as geat love Doc JMI., You we the begge.t Valentine 0f all, cut you we my best bddy e anod bockscearctherli t itbe Cck, Tiny Dancer 'kh happy voleflhine's day thank you for always coring and b.ng lher, when Need you tip Men of AEII Ales, how few there wre who .trike in in. a chard knew existed. but seldom heard its lone Within you. house i -o only hear thaI chord, but yiou leave my heat in song tare ,he sta, Lady Pleos* toe e to ee., hly. porm, boM ey, I Muio loo) Now did you realy think I'd ferges? Sledd G's Hot-la-o gang en Valentie's day fitws our &d *imet love ts Ta ,h. Phenon,, Happy Volentlne's Oay See -u soon Lowe hrom, Bose., 'far. months to go Ltsl en lay .'.m tappy VP Love I thin& too*a Froait noee, gory rekrod + royc ke hctlto. mot rolys dove sekco Dear RubyIn this love day In a happy to llu you t you been Good to me love you more thorn ever, Ta the Orange Rack in th, perk of st.e VlaeCost.e-May the eternal bottle oin foever Love, Rito and Tine The woeid outside iS onty a port og Bena~dne's world in Lolamore'. hargn sweehear, distance cwn only '.peote beoufu soenlie. da or h ngt with mne P To the cutest ma oal ltl o withthe .uie nest) SeM aetn od iitwyt ib You oe HAP alentine. Day' Walte up at the crcko jee, and hov, wonde'fu doy e yure to check th. nail today Happy Volentir,'s boy Melissa, Lynn Donn Gai Shaon, Joyce, Star, Julie June. Ava, Lyn, Linda, Denise, Vicki, 64t0 eit*5gs8tdqf.

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Th Independent Ronido AJIlto, c~~Dd Sw~ Vainines Day uddi yp. I loean I fl oea o.4hnti.er gole ma1. l'~ e nt loba C, Ald ha vylenti ever &qdever? Pshls bo ,v ahe lull ~'p toy j r kisses ike Ja,.de ho. Is booey huer o -need love W lov you ru ee a,,, ive e ad due ty Youe Wfft* -M inIt-y 'Lue i'tri'e i')'' '' m -ih, a Ie O, i ~Or0~'' tty beu'L I eoin Io tO, HAPPY VALEN~iNt DAf C F~O SlPHbRi I B NAPPY 'VALENIMN S OA%' 'Uy ridbsI, hOLJOQP ni,, i olry oe II I 82 4 ne en IBet you or. turprisnil Howe 'happy Valeni in. Dy ew i Ine Vo* EMENI mut run"' got started without you oly brubgeck knows fo' sure at am all fly Icy. and kisssenesees your hungry non L'. I -l-82spi Hon, Me fisk nd dowg oIl lov, you Noppy Valenine. Day and remember I'd love Altonto i-It fl-p) red viojet, are blue Svgr Is twe an Mocha.) (gtt82p) 4& Dink, Tb. tides ore as endless os my thoughts of you Happy Volentinnes Doy. honey All my by.e darling, Nrs Oik (I Roses are red and beris qujlt. yellow. Sq Walt. Mike Jin, Chris Gerg Lindsay arnd Woyne wre nmy volenlne ellow,' love N (i-i-0-o) syou tobi i thin you'r terfi Ofnyfly hope today is esp nice for you ioil woys like ,s (1-1*-42-p) After 4% wi., ihe 'abbe till loves its fovorite corral (ilt-2p) M(om Hwpy V*leine-ltltdayl Whet's It l'ke lobe 2I9 oyefrn yar I-eosen Ii 142.p) happy bnl$.dsy tO lhe walking cooIPadiction of 'SJroomtown Islv. yewr bedside mnwe go lot's ploy mri. gamns vowr valentine Goofy i-l-fl9) In my roommn.e end to my friends In T27, much rempect and love Bickl Cl-leKs-go 1.11 lemiou martin fbil i love her even if she cat' hike, ploy tennis, cook., swim, or hold her boor. {coll 373,IM after'7 today) Ci 1-2f -Dennis happy Valenes end 2 yams aniv (I vnonth loes) to the world. gresteti averythingt--------love, spiC -ipelcer awes us $2 Happy Valentine, Day ickl And hap 2 year., ltrshove. hundred mrar! You really are the sunshine of my if. You, My Everyihing All my 1ev.,. O.rt Colby I gave thee my love bela.e thee didat requestl tand yet I wiit were to give it thee again And yel I wish but for the love I have My bounty is as .indless ci the sea. mly love os deep Love always, lorry, Winston,. PlaiN J. It-f-P Steve, You're Swell Happy Valentaes Day Love, Wendy J-It-fl-P flXUNOS and PO.JlOS of toys Certaiy enough to alli throut one lonely year I'd soy yet'ss cori.ue etercising Poith i Ii 2-) Weirdly beardly you know I love you deeply Happy Valenine', day nd h.rfy second nmonihoversary from your crory but loving wile ( II 82 p} ~, n 7l norin pediane kohy & debbi In 74 hanni bi, helen., wendy & cnore your laughter, word, and beauty hove brought loy fo, m'ies to mi,. and at all the girls, ,n all the world this hearts LuSt for thee (I 2p) Carol you, ocean eyes and sunlit hair nr a wpecoal flavo' of coy tharm for all you ye g ven i vv'sN you hoppy days sre love you t05im' I1 It-f2 p Yellow rind blue love you Cougar Almost eleivpr You Kook far ever I 1J N E S Rose, ore red ond valets re blue White Va, were owoy I wos thinking of you W~th tme on my hand' nd you on fly rniid I hope you corn. bock to be mly volemn'.' Love M PW al ot your w si The guy iron, t boor 302) hoppy .alentir's day you was as gra for y Os Ias t.r' nuch Jove niwoys R 106 I ( Sii I core bout you ve6ruch ond A oo the feeling 's muluol Do you wont mne? eawnt you Happy Volerilfe I Dav Lov* Laurel tI 11182 p' 'a ny -A CANDY loonks for oeur yeors a, koppirens n wonderful tort rnid o home enloy beyond words, I ove you The mod golf.r Mi82.'ci inl SO sG aop Vn.ne. Day Se, you tonight Your secret Admit i I't 62p David Thanks so' your' ov p"' "Cct and iflde'fMO'dfl an d moctr o1alh for .iokmn nis so hoppy 'e voL cry .ch Darng Sher,. il II291 [en,, tr'edi are special gify from Ciod .%hiC h ore iec#Iar, for 0 hoppy I ie 'hcanks 'n. be~n n tIend + ,sa kodoitels Sijere I 0l2 r' 0'i i ,, i '''ow nr'd loin,,.r, 1 r vL YOU A; .r,. r cd,,9 rW Jr .,. K ,82 p __ 000k baby i I iI oysbe sorriethig 0 'qhi ijrei''t.; mo mridertor ro'' '' muon 'ivt Fr, rir1I tou,, diono L I, 82 P ydd cit, dot de o w-wahly t spa' because fOur week, is all wovwe gel please fo'gv 'his l eth rhym ltl mu i be my anlentine i it2Ho1,oy Vohentiriet Ocy ao Mario. nd Christe ol 59 from your nlext door neighbors at 663 MW' Hoppy Volerinn Qoy' fore S r00o g'.Ot flure *nchdig a double bed All m-y love Your fiance PtA SH Krrcu t itqe 0 d ,.v S6sc (6 d %Ion4.e Vorry 10 million buuterltlee can't be wrong There ssmote tallyIng 11,0n f Is), Go with the good vibes and take me dion acoeDeal (I-.t--p)l rbcko-fooosge I foecy free youl8 me 'egeiher -always (Li.t-p) Sheila. We really will be one be my pm pdlbo valentine all yourS I C i-it82-p) Nappy foutih yea' Ev love from you, "alein(i-it-f2p) much love oth, ordinary gobbler who's Dear Sweet Pablo. WIhenev I'm not witf. you L get them down to seeds and teanms again blues All my LOVE, Buoger Blsti (L it-82-p) d'We loved too true to keep a friend. At let we're tiead, ny heart end I SiT 'c 00 tond to love you til I" All the guy. who *r delta chits please be our valentinei Fo, if yOu're not our day ,s shor(ornd so is a buck-twentylive) we love you Irk' delpit sisler, Ii Bt 2-p) Would you BE My ValenlineChinvto?7 Happy PFrst Valentine is Day, LOVE AJM -se you tonig 0-l2iPi 0s~flttat 6r bo* $it -m heyn k'd happy vdoy though icant e there you know my heort is we re airmosl a year old I've loved every 'niniute lets hove roors loac you ann J It 82-P rainbow i hove you. rebbs darny and your mur'kin boobs tf you'll Iso ry volent'"e II1 bole your button forever I a -oo J p-82-P My iNtte Tee lee So glad I found cop i woit til Auguitl Love you, Your looey J Ii A-P TIvoey bird, you Owe m.C 3 doz cheeseburgers and U ice cronms plus nierest Itl self or 0 lie 'iefest Love Buddy Nels. *IE VOUd ore the spice ri my Ile your what n-inet t blo nice Ove Sero t ,2, p ti Orour fis1 V Day let incsoy t rtho t',s 6 not hove been perfec, M ove IC' you giowvt daily ond re end 'n L Ory ii i2-p ,o ite 0r'gono' Is I bob. ma1 you She a totIowrg wind and "fy oi ou' racks be slear have a hpy lay ve you loff & 'he boys ir. 62 o'I Swei'~e on Valentines toy Tn rod toufe no. here 'e reed i s onng bu vau'lt be suro''sed'ronght' o,. Atie 820's 'ARALA ''njiy mr0 u.ilv r' sh r Is tor Iip, ) ,K 10 myV pooh boor, otO you more i ] dcv I hon yesltl day bmuite 0 S 'mb 'u tanmnrrow happy ivolene'rs day' your toolk~j I S 2 p I 6 your 'aye and warrrth .s oil ed y u' '"'e fil .r wi"th happiness and you *ougtiisr 'ako, the sun sh're i iove you more noch dsa i1r82YIl you are mt pock or Ivmg in ry house you ore tst n pooh a,' you slueck i'ke a rouse, you ore just o pooh a,, you always use my socks you ore iut a pooh air, i love you whole lois love boog (I itp) in becky k, s h eoutlful to tee gomch love g*fntrOte Iron' one person yYOU are very speial to us I me love you 5S $ U H (ti-t-pi OAMN RUTH b. ry volinme? Beba nthave programed you Wserever you go, you wr In my he'rt I lOve you foeter Hounrd (1-4-42-p) lHevo Kid! Roses ore red, Violel. -re bNue, whore is nmy cufy, YOS "mpy S V OCy, Maid, LOWE li. SB (i-t-p) Dove, I vorwod to tend a Few rays your Way Ilove you more eoch dasy See you so,. Your Sunshine (1-,2-.) to My Qt t1$ ond futur. mommy, looking forward to our firOkoCe and bearskin rug happy valettines day my love forever 0YNATh (i-t2-p) ae my 'sutre dc. happy valestine's day this makes number -o I1here will be erOny nore because I love you forever arnd forever love p-i (I.It.U-.) hey loire you mre ihe greset hard hockey dude around happy volerdane's gv fran' you stehe pfr 1it8-) bird, i love you more today than yesterday gnd i know a ll love you '"d, '"*'e tomorrow hove a olay vdornes doy you. Inlet, ongelt C(-l.62-p) My Peruvian traveler, thanks for 71 -2 not of love paience and understandng and onoawful laf fur,' I LCNt YOUJL I -fl-p) 4htrv 4%to ('3" San nc5tr' Dawiec Rose. wre red and gaon ore green don't beofoolto comemiress with me the pin in for hearts day love you qotor (. 82 pJ dear muff don't wory oboul the go. lust come out whenever you wont-t always rakes me happy loine you-love wuss-t -82-p Nm Schnockels I love you and L always wrIl You are a greot teddy beani Love Gollurn grt2-p Mark honey i could give you a million kisses & it wouldn't be enull i no you bunches -happy no 3 lun day! Always and forever 'ern, l-'t-2-p to my be.' t 9 M is ihot mnrgum, or mango? I wontr to talk to you I know her. ore comfpliCotions, but still pleas. be my volenhife Cooil I it-82-p 'eab. you hove become somelking w9ec'ni to e chonks for the good time, we have shored i hope they wl con iouc love, Eye, it 8-) Den. Sirdbegs Hoppy Va e nmet Doy to the Berded Wodey Yo make Life e"Ci'rng I Love You Rod Ir it S-p) BOAT MABy11 may you have a HAPPY VALEN?1MS dcvi wishing you love ae sunsh~nt rainbows and hop points' lOve, bosy ll-t-.82-p) happy volentine doy ao my luger 'ove you, bear ti .82 pO ALAN We got engaged a year ago today andl I e learned a love and obey, the years we's fun and really cool, bui when *ill you be out of school? LOVEW APSARA ii It2-i Pcoh, it's sure great having you here for our kherd tilerihnes day We should hove "cr y more ho,, V 0 and much love Jef IIlt82-pr Whole b,,d you w~e bu, on Angel Mat, sI you figure this out you'll know I ash yoOHapp Voientiis Day Love IN it sPerpkin I don't know how II1 wait rhree ,ea,, but I love you *o much 'o 54s you 30 COd. ii 1i 52-pi AR iS my VoIent'ne on'i Velenrine Doy 0erhap. VoLontine '5 on its *oy Ta Vaicine Loves to Stay D0 ou' 5th mall shag. Our It1 82.,3 M 'iw' ii,.rd 0.c1,ip' Ir,= ein, I so /s'lcOdPy .n '0 ,y C'* ,trI~e I' 1dy -er 'gi Iho,'ve' wi'' lf hrQete ii, i'.,'rer' i Agi, 'm ens n r m' L .tn roth,-, I M ar-Sd ci r ygit~ .I 82 pi Ctn ,,dl Ih',k , i, ,kur-nm rho c* ic'e 4 '''"' the '" Pr,.snhie ~omntont ii feel'n sole athoul Cerlon i Love [Mj>Q Siy I2 Morga odoy .&le 'ho b'ossomt stijil Ja'ng in ike e're 4| ii Ott yo/r strowberr as t Il Jr n ye ur swee wine th~nkg a you a lot Mm fl9JS p To r-----c k rememberr whale t did fob It, 2 yrs ago' ond wbslyou did? Naw loo oq us got Swechle, her.'. o1 my love forever if you car, handle a in thee .rpbeive 'seed of your. Ta all Fri LOAD. May IWS5 be a BETA lew (i-l-a9) Moe, If t hod chance la do t all over again, I'd stal love you only sooner' I-tp, V~l All -y love. All my life. ShMr, (I-li-U2p) CULIN The caste, and t mre moanIn for 11m bone; if ever you need us lUt pock up the phone' We will be walt*n, lake n'S weectiul Mar {l.1t4-p) Joy my "Golden lady" Happy ValentIne's Day witen t or will -'u I on, 111 happiest person, on earth Thank you love you Scou (f-t2happy valerntmes P Beta P ond conorodulsisons new sisters especially my Sela Buddy Cindy Snial *ilh love Susie (l-1142) Dor. lhe pot 2 yn. ,I month, I we&k anid 2 days have been the best of my Fife The difference is you Happy Volentines Day, lover B Vole.e (I It 820) dincent, happy valenlln., day! sugarlips loves you. we'll make iii yours Sugorbit I li-82-p) you' The 9ossordus wcumsits Plague is spreading rackaschmackol its 2327 now' sweet repose, Sflpmpp (IIt 2p Michael thank you thonk you 'honk you for via nwesta wonderful years I've eve' esperienced love you nore today than yemieday Vivion (I it 62,.) Baby welcome bock to ftc we have much to soy Ni' logs my bunny now and otwoyt Noppy v day to rh, world's beti woman Love dbi bear (U It-62-p) Hello Bobyl Be mny Valentine foe now forever May we 'plug' it the electric hIankel for 1s cold nIghts aheadi love alwayS Pis. (U t-82-p) dear sniffles you've gove rne the kappet years of my lii. Your. my everything and olwcys aill be I love you & I hope I art vycuns forever Valentine. day was ode or us Love always marshmallow (I -2To pele' L Joe n $ohn M, JoyH ,John H and oll my frteunds thanks for the pullout games, plaza movies driking parties et love to youolll Pot N (I-It 62f%) To Christine a foty lady, HOppy VD, ready 0, not Il be hot to trot To qutebo mnucho ml amar so keep it kol tonight LOVE MILO (I lt-82-p) ideas, thoughts, andes fanstasies hoping cupid finds your soft soot hud trom starshp efltorprses 'uss "the final compared to many things, but ,n the end lov i slf1 lo e arid w ith you is heauifl love honey bare U-1, Spl "each I love you more and more every day You ore he bes lover we'll hove a beatatful life together Love, your faorie snooks Ci It 82-p David you are My Love and rny orns and only valene loeve you for iwoys a-d Inrever Andrea r i l.-S2 01 Be, hope Ings wre going to work oul better if we do Il the way you suggest Re.ernber. will be there wailng Ensoy your weekend I love you very muc, I*t-42-p dear pootwodde, 529 day so long ime is it really love? Happy ValentIne. day! stoy lu4t like you ore and there wilt be a house someday I tl-S2-p southern comfot ,oi,,i, 0,w the beo, letters love He is rich deed who has a treasury. of mero,,es to send to his heelt's content happy volentines, yours. dewdrop 4+2.p to the auto club thanks for oI the miles and smiles where to this weekend? yeehat also you to smart who put this ad in paper? i luv you I-it 62Goofy, Happy Volenhines Day to mly wonderful cute strong, adorable sex mrflraci i 'ove you, mrodly Colleen l-it. 82 o *Micy, Febn,.ry *4,Wi P97,e IS Brappv Vnp~ntmnn [Boy to th's sep. of '4' Thriea&, *.dm ihr 'Vfl mi'p QAedg, 'i5K o. Iam si' ill I irO0p' r k o o ,l-orSrno K'N llipL Vnljernanet i tov I th love trom, Bar .eoki rag ni K Lmai A, I of ,th,, ih.ie r n. doubt ''K, rid; a lree I,.er l e thient' int FiO''i gP's !|) Onl iM;0le .1We ,oet ivt ' oar''me md 'fadeor she itm~k. iq 6 1 s & V'k i ii 2 iI burpo ,O"' C,'de ,Orfly tO r sour nie Mien yO i ge, horny your tiI pertr Or,,' os 'Jove you bur,. ril (.1 burp., yorur aires ore somny to ore yOur ccil yhen you le horny your. st,'' p'ei'y rneat p. 'eve you bun,'(Ia Hoppy Vointin. Doy I LpeYu uch Jove ouilo 75 r 82 p) Vaughan Leo I LOVE YOU Putchk,. very ,,'ch* Be my Baby nlwaysl Lav, Ceo'pie (i-it-12-p) ashnon show tonigh otfi you make my jear mi + love you baby. your cutie pt tho pScisce will do un Oood (j-ii-02 My dearest Koren--by. is berrg with you My hoppies rnonsefus wo've ,hm'edtogother Long Ityc tol I peppert love ye, Jo. (I 2.p,) QutCkdow you bette, be reedy to shoce 'onigel bin plea. clt t duct and unt II.latloeyuhn me HO,4 a hgPi'y d"y T9 I9 lov, youI it rOd ''nt yeO I wont I. be FFOdO4 Love olway's, You. Volefitine (l-"t-fl.) *0 boy do you lIke me' yes orrnodceck On.p5 i eltkeyou Innt girl .anb hTomy dearest P'hil or Volenhine doy. he rn beilu day o l$, yoW, the day you -.r born Happy tdy All 'y love. C),,, Z (i-it--,) Lemon daos, sunihmne ondslrnge qg life eyare my volenlinee wittes for my ve'y special S Z, my love, gfcl (is-2-p) Warren P happy Valentines Day. ytaM, dar and hond n mn. irvanhip yo trnm afar An Adoring Adunsa (lC 'rflnd okBt 'ukig erugreia Wapdy Vt77-mmte. NOephrv.s p la., Mick, i could look lhe world over & never be this lucky again, lodoy always -be mife i'll byours -Os long Os you wont mo love, CoyCe -142p iweeshbwt, what con rsoy, but thank you for loving mo i Nope sI never utop. i'm really gc'ng to try and be everything you wart, can't help but cov. you and it's all your fault I happy vd i-t-82-p Laura Joanne fos I beg for you Can *0 work 'ometin, out' Love Alwamy, Bill PROGOAtLS my COCKIE is ao.ling the big bpe love being your only votehtine kiss my wings& 'IL Ibeon your LgfrJJd (J 82-p) dear knoiheod-i's been 21 2 yyeor' now wethr the 'torn' bugor I it-f-op rainbow my love for you stretches all tH. woyto rahifornio i never thought could Love anyOne to much le l'ain, w all my heart suogult Uit-2p *h sugar donutl Be my Queen of Heart. Il keep you freikhly glaned You ore the tuncky ono you delta goanrno lOve you BG ('t-2-p} big and hua brollhert steve and dove gou ro th. greoasls nd. love you both' happy valensne s and every day ohio I -ti 82.p) I

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Page II The lndependsnt Floido Aigao, Edoy. Pbeary Ii, 1975 laura I dart soy ii enough b'j ,.ou know I love you You are do best Bitch 'd's Ton k ever wants It's 'ff. (Ornfy tiul n~o spoof I It 82 P K en non 0oye has rny ter ovs forims dernondiric 'a understarnding Aid Ftng no or,,wer, Tth5 s love ~i han-g'ng Phantor [ I It 82 p Atb more thor1 a year and we itll got I oqeilteri ova you more lhon kiing 'md it you 'lick with p b wdll ie something else''' cc1 l'82 P Robot found a program thai rmops a neart You be my Valentine arid you will be the only robot with a heart Late Chfob,. I I -82 P 10 SiR WITH LOVE YOUR BROTHER MS 182-P lenny live for what you nrce nd for nill ti you ore fr you ire Mt I I's to very simple' It's beer iwo beautiful weeks and one day thinkk you should know I love youi Km Sure Yus miss A i It 82-P Seen Happy Valenties Day Love yo, Sally .1 It 82 P Cao, happ alrtn's day I'm ihmnkin about you Lets iste, to 'hicago again srmefimei Love you utIle cupcake il-t-82 P mom, dad inm happy valentie s day S welcome to gomnesvills Inm so happy to hove you here with me Its good to be a familyagailove mary annJit-82 P 06b,1'l never regret corning her. to be with you ,ts so beautiful to be with my sunshineithe aridof.I happy day ove you poop, (lull It1 82 P decr luke box 'I rhonda could only see cinlOw' you know how i love to donce maybe tonight we c-ould get together happy v d wsih ave nut J It $2 P BUBBlE how about dinner with me ionmght ot the Yearling? how'd get to jcky? be happy, you' sot villI always bre herdi luv ul steve I It 82 P Marko Thank you for the first fontostuc ive mnrts with much nor, to con's our loving Doddle Bug, Katy 3-It 82 P turkey Son of the Sun Sec Be r get high of ou' finem odvies nous borrime, du solei Jets soil away LOVE 'SI Sugar Tudums J 'ave you' Thank you gor olwoys ricin So yanderful to mie You are roe 'horN i could ask for Happy Vol anti ne 5 D in'lol Sondo J It 82 P 'RB0,0 i probably lave ,.ou tOo much tor 'fy ow good but it s because your 'iC h a beautiful person i miss you., "'tch to. who else? 't 82 p to my nI flower f riss you feb14,,.5 'aney when we con i be together but 'I oat forevet for yoisi all mry love 8 kisses your nut it 8 2 p o Love isbeingqpingoged to you Newt 'ono boo of Cheetos you r. he greates 4''h love The girl of your drea"ms -''t 82 p Gary The hunk ilk the hairy c hest O'dn I ~il you of WAJodstock? its 82 p Boobre keep. of my heart ovid bad ''uch ewubus love 10 you bobs heppy anruinq now and always 'ave aid nony hugrngos kisses Babyutcs I it I p Honk, Pot im. in your humoney. Conic tott the bilter caors iti J cy Touch me with your human hand, Nec. me with your cor Forgive what have done and notice me damn you noice me I m here And I love you But I if 82-p David PFrbtain we adore your cute, ile lewish body welcome to our way of If. and loving--love your favorite fetows Joe Ted, Tom, j ii 92 p deoresI oby may you always creep ,nto ou dreas much love pinky tlobbi and the mar05 j Pi U C Hloppy VD it s been o pleasure'i HAPPY HOUSING The Galactic Soilono I it 82 p Ms heights of wa.'roandon, St mine fg'r here and now ,id maybe 'Nore Everything ha5s ocrn wid before so duto Your 'great i ov, you Ben e' Hloppy Volevirir-le ,a Cowboy Sob Ilove you More Thor ,er Please Be Mne Forever Tiger ____________ Qobbie jnwitks vehe drean of'my life Now abcs C -g ve me a colt somneirme at S -r2 Love yal Your Seset Admirer tiDear Booboo c-e" though vet' do nol think so do love you try to iet the wur-d s orobiems go by end remember tote all 'fy love gory J ItS? P Yiri Iyouwih to be 'eyed love Love goose of deney where 'hat 'wect smell of check is fcu nd i know shot you ore around we go ,ogetfser Ike bull and m'ore love you lacy J It 82?P Ic' before i miet you hod something Now ihot yourC mirne i hve everything Paulo 1 1182 P 'ota iwick you ore the dream ofmy Sect Cl AdnirCr i it 82-p Remarnf Jusg 10 remnsrd you tot you are 'he SEST everyday and especially lodoy love you always and i m ,o glad im here' toots t 02 p Sdtoday is -Ct 01 special as the seventh but deserves a tOaSt to our "nopy doys and mokimg it meet you in 'Ihe doyk -14. love it. *t 82 P to the degenerntes of fourth Floor Sou.th boll HPPY VALENilNE S DAY Much LOyC 'Rh t 82 ntorus9 IrOvi the one creojive sourCe of roltv s witessed intucl a negatoro bolb thp solgurudew mnohorot ki lot I t682 p Donna today mokes 31I2 beautiful month, Please be my voIertrne & giv. your *w0 rOOrmfltfs 0 big k'ss when we get horm. TbT' & Fronkenstcincreoted his and 4guts that created mine I feel that I got th. better deal Happy Vlerine'sDay FM U.JAP i t 92-p Gory, After all it soid said and done lovings''v'nqgthanksho you Your very Own. Sport -it 2p Shnockurn, ib 0101 Estoy pensondo en Ii, *lpicirrmerte en estl din elii d~o y fiesta m e pronto TEI qu'e'o TU omnor eni C 5paOl I 4-3 i it 82p mafia your in my blood iike holy wine vou taste so bitter ond so sweet oh r an drink a case of you and still be on my limcy fruit hoppy vdsom, nitomn beoch purple elephants find ,hub dote, chopsticks '''tie hips and the rot your Palom'ino pony who. J It 82 P Mike yours my nio o nd I love all I3 I bs of you' minny rrood,,es fat the world s sweetest loin lover kissy kissyl Alwoys Rene I tS-P Here, a serious ronvertcolin we never hod love you oo pyV D ove your best f''end It8Golden Lody I (or see the lheovern it \Our eyes, Id like to 00 there hove o condel burning *or you J-I t 82 P I doni wantit 1 to be this way I see you everyday to close yet how con r ake y ou see whot I feel'Mally how I wish you could feel what feel but you hardly know me J It 82 P to theta chi mooners and rob and sigmo ph' epsilon bakcony fromn the green vw with 'he bike tack happy vaoenine's day oen vyto va t soonlIll iAt-2-P Happy Valentimes BAM We won the lit 2 'et'q o 'o' 'loll I love you boby I It 82 p, koppy Valentine Doy Buck Poo, eor' 0'od in see you mode it through four i"'onth 'h a a long mi Love from ou ,n'nhkn trap' Ii 82 pi when you talked tO mie i SOW myself goi'n ond it mode irislove you and love came tunnir'g down 'ike a river n your 4in and lev me in Happy Valentines LIC (2tor" (I *t 8 pi 't hos been almost a year now lhop. tor another i ove you Liso my ie snook'. pat David and Liso ,., spite of 'he othes II it8 p1 monio your in my blood like holy wine you fastsso bitter ond so sweet, oh Icon drink a Cole of you ovnd still be on my fee, Ha'ppy V Day Love S6sie -it-fl-p MRO I love you SAS i-B2--p KAPPA $iGMA LItTLE SISTERS *icppy Voleannes Day You're The GREATES? Love 1*h. SIOTHiRS -t42-p flAY RAINIOW h won' you to be w*1l and hpy and try valentine You Co make nit happy Your Lover lit2.* sco., and Goyle Hoopy Volentmnes Day Spring is or, the way and Euro.', niot far away Mo, God bless ye., both Henry -it-C2-p Dearest Chou .:2) THoppy Volenhtere'sDay I hapewe ho.lots en0f5 lueidays like the loss one A that you beep on liking the new ptote .ly 'it-. 82-p ao 'hen mOt speCial MAX in my Ilie Yu maoke me tee warn od toil my heart ,ih bey Happy Valenlines Day Love Ye J I i 82-P Sue I LOVE YOU arid always wili Ken 0 5 love your brains even though your boobs look better I-It 82 P r'y dearest honey pot Trocey let's try to keep ,i going forever this tirti okilli be your, to keep someday lust be potent please iuy tom 3 1-92 P Sherr' the tine ho. carte the walrus sod 0 talk of inony thin0.s ofshoes and ship, otnd sealing wai of cabbage. ond kmrgs 'P1 It-f2-P big dady pmWe onTyou io be o'r volent.n dersonding your need to be heard let our greetig ea sign we big daddy ,rm rose, are red-violets are blue bi w'thesin the radio so dear to you I I t-S2-P to miy *aquet Welch (MB)Happy Valentie (WSL) Jlt-32-P sunshine happy ,olenttnes doytxono so oooemaxxamrt'your secret admirer J-t-S P Whoever .oidgood thing. come in small package, was right Robin you're the best big sus at Daita Chi We love you, Aldand Gory i-li-fl-P GKE Hloppy Valentine's Doyl I Love tal Jeanne iIt92 P 'o the Brothers and Pledges of Sigma (hi Happy Valentines Day Wtth love fran, your $weetheart, Angie Ten' Ann,, Solly, Vick I i 82-P tear Qichard and Bob tapy Valentines Day to two of thegreotest gLuySikfloWt I love you both. Cebbie J 't-82-P Rose, ore red violets ore blue My life iii s year has been for out and beouul t wrtk you I love you very much mut tenchop from poohbeor JI-t-82 P dogwood pansy condelglaw, garden, engines. frills, ornbitiotn, order, sunlight patience slowdown look see want us really do lovehoppy days J It-S2-P Ninety s Queen sorry for begin so abrupt, 'tudie, conme first thanks for everything Happy valentines doy Mama Luv Stnky (09) i-It-2 P Ceo et Ja, ontipetial volenneg day I maadly desite to fill your luscious Heart wit, all my little clear heart's N H Beri) fly love for you is beyond description May you find all of the hoppy things in liFe avid a plot. in your .wnr lot r. Steve J I 82-P A loving *oliuie to you dear gail. With hopes that you won't foil, But if you shold wo't ailcouse to be sheik is to be mole 'he-che-taby love you mote than ever our future looks bright and i know wc con moke ii life would be anbearable without you missy mOuse I-it 82-p econamics-fling-to-o'ville but hill lick a mint in half and be in mobile serving. woh wah nailing and his taken. rig hiashis faie with oIlmy love rem your troth basket dame -it-S2-p hey t"Iow Bout it what is your cliGm 10 fame You 'make me fetl hoppyl loe yOu the some Ncth~rng we've done hos beer a drab lts go out anile-In, up For arabs Try my oranges which you have not seled ard let" go running trough iv dingseberry tietd 9-12,25 love You IJI I' 1t82.p.' Dec. David thene past 10 mnths were the beginnng of a lifetime of lova tid happiness far us I cantf wait unti June when cc', soy I or. your wwwi~fe My Love Phond a ii.t-2.py 'oral, wilyou be ny .Oientine? check yes n'o with love richard lII ---pI ao ''i sweet kubs sharing arid lore lifted wry crystal dc' she once again i eove you ir 82 p1 ticor Sror. Thanks lot be'r' mne Maybe someday I Ii be noyc The Beast ii It-82-p I so Jiy C rogers I i';s. you please Carre see ire K no I i nc's doy I love pot I M1 beloved Ron for iii irn's %kiin l[lt 220 Toihebugbucker you know that 5 hbernumber and 8 o in the Nod, and in Jo Fork, to 'lie be,, little sister, tug-Cf we 'at, you' happy volentin '5 pledge clots love Paul Corbos Most Mike Jerry Chi ick Oogon Steton APPINE Oure you mean so much 10 me I ope beliee tiaes 5 ys S o ireal love you honey lcd J-It 82-P bunis' wunsr you redily 'node ne hoppy what i like most eboul you ii mry aim youre SWEEPi toots~e-wootue( 'B I moy complai hat the world tastes too much like garlic sometimes, but tIl be mr 'slng it nexi year I tuiw you your love of garlic (I -2p Amy, Ania, Debbie, Donno, Gloria, June Lour. Linda, [or, Par, P010, Susan, Su'yn, Shelley -Happy VO The Mad tio (Iit-eQ p) 'a the brother, and pledges of Ch,, Ph, the greatest pleasure in if. is love and '+r. we give to you your litete sisters ( I EON AD ee thoug yo suy al th Cu? yoire worth more thon a dime I 'ove you I love you irs every way hoppines. to you on vobenlines day tOVE your favorite girlli (hlt-S2 pI to my georgio bulldog, love you valentin1 glad you picked me up orn vo beochi love mono (I-I t-82-p) ELikewise I'm sure but ditto dito ditto Only hove erne mote secret 10 tell you Love Ic arnd pw li-I t-S2-p) JEANIEI Your. such a hard worker Spend torm. af thot time and energy with mel Here's to good lime, in the tuluic TOM (I I 82-p) iirs ate +. si who would hove thought ihot we would be here raw after o year' of crnhiiess' love you forever Re my iilent'ne S t 6 (I-It 2-) 4T& ,ii crQ +6 ap4 *emaro, Jus lo renmid yautshos you 0r5 the BlNleneydoy, and eecaly today love you always and i'n to glad rr,. herd toots lit-U.O d--today is net aS peciol as Seventh but deserves a toot--to 6--.------i 4,. Debbie Let. 1251 enfoy our time WY~ei aigi eyui togetherniow sO 1h,1 flOfnterl~'~the the dork-43-love te' l09 future holds for eacch af us we Co., 10k to the degerieraes of fourth flar South bock with fond mreniorie of what we hal HAfly VAIJMTINE'S DAY Much c'st hod, JohnNy Arnpt -1r42Love rIASN i-it C2o ~Happy Valentine's Day L EMO RP MY lOVE Toodley can't wall tl we get marred we'll be wo happy we cor kiss all day long ill even let you play with kittie love roodette i-It-f2-P I love you Rabbi-i-son You, your child growing inside of mne,d I, wilt live o healthy. happylog life together We'll reach our goals that seem so far away and Cfley every minute of dottg so Ltls stor t oday Happy Valentines DoyltllLO,SHRRIE '75" i-it-n-P Uncle Rob hey 'tools'S.e Mine how much do. it coul?'ll buy ilritutritthit tit tit tit till Daytona-G. Wound, Adrtyltell i---P Va my Monkey rote An eternal life of Love is .4hoi i wish far ''us" Happy Valentie~Ocyoll my love, Poa Pooi-it82-P B~rbara, Kim and Ede i tinmk you're kinda sweetie and lest tComeOntC forget to soy, i wish you oil Noppy Valentines Day, hotsa bad S-li-f-P Karen. Ill miss you neil year We'll alwasy hove beautiful memories together. like chees. and cracker, at Lake Alice Happy Valentines Day Love Stitch .3 I '-82-P pa loe you forever and forever love you wit altH my heor, love you *IyseSwl .desood tie oetcea Ce Wi otne Ce ys Ii 8 p)Do idyoleeooddd Ben wilt you be my valentine tocoy and always I leve you more each day coo. my world and ill make yours a ittle brighter love your baby i-I-82-p) Dove i love you be my valentine together Isi's ride the waves thru Stormy Mondays and follow lhem ao happIness yours only forever pan, 1-It-C2-c) So this is how it ends. Hemmningwoy with fwo N'S There is no Russian peasant girl And no mote yellow roles (pIth 82dear shri'np you hove alli fy love forever be fly valentie creep (1-I-82, 0) iNRt Happy Valentines Cay If $erb and Vicky lotted this lon~g i'm sure we will ia "lot l~f'GEtl LOWE lACk I-Itlatrne. Kolhy. Dawn. Pot Down, and my frinds Ason, Paulo, Mary Ellen, Neallier and Melody. always in my thoughts always in my heart Love Al return her P &gotto on, selesI Lyvine Pool, I love you. Happy V day Th ~eof msny I DA& Itid J-, P YOU wit eli -s heart and khep ecette mcci J-.a-* clay thenk -e to, making my lie go beahfull I I*v you, magge J.it-4$P debble hpy vdf the pas S menthi have beenres,. rs ke. isupi ou mode atobof ley crne y way see you in ahoiaf cov. match J-I.42. LISRAu'venode irevery hoppy ha us & dawns toew. ben worNt it I love you if eve you feel the lame-love will maykal se ree'., i-. --m tnm at the 54u'rrel tpot to, cookie and mik,,,rf$ S. my voleline' Love forever, YOUR FOXY LADY 4Dear BIll (wwrJ I Love You Do yOu love me? Circle yes or noa furry up and answer *r0. your baby WK II. breeli i 11-82-P L S~cnrgUN$eI Jace The girls me *4.r. 'Is as Wher, youmies therm a. I. raityHere I met the irl I love You Pro Rat -1t-42-P Pan' Happy Volsotine's Day Love, Bruce Jti-82-P Happy VAlentine's Day to all the ryembe., of the Flora Nurnby team including Coach SenGimmi. Warp.'r. C~k Sunr Love Sneed "or Jlt-82-P Ia raisin obi Happ Valentie's Day oil my love P B I It-8?-P Heons to HAl. you light mry fire and my whole life with love and pandos and even when you do mnasundeqsjand nme d woys yours deb i--P Dec. Kat haIlove you nery much Have hpy Valenine. oy ove, dnnis J-iBUFfORD,Wel u bee vmi valmnti?Lu, en kisis finm yu boyfrnd GYM i-It-V-P dear steve les's get in ehtanot 0g9Cn and hove some real fun love you very niucL h'oppy volentlns'sdoy love sue p. start poddmgo J-It-2-? to Jimmy Bean Happy Volenine's Day All my love, Carro JilWp Ia the best englneeq, musIcian (what a woute)acd lover thanks fa. all the happy tiresl forgel the olhern loves you us to GAry Words cannot enprets the love I hove for you Than k you faq all the love, hopinsen and h~eyuhv ie to the night sesmmnr Cmndoy P R A j D*bbe Mc, Linda H. Judy P ,Laurie 5, borer, G, and Dee Slums, oal lovely pat' inm memory of the many good limes we've shored over the pote few nmoc$,s. hope the. ate even more with ave a you A ytjr puppI.s KC JMs4P EW happy valentines day tyawn) IS, jsta, baby my love foe yet wil alwosy be the. horne Iinmk yoo -eg 0 dretm always keep me nar reti kahnfeats crIght bye iJ-lgP ieis *R e' a rwo me time rouch [ mne arid let p tookl. (Clg0 snce to rice bock very much oppy soint I 1t-82 p1 .eternity' and 'know 'ys 'tollAll Love Ihe UQl fS p ever hod a~ l ~ ~ 'es dayt WI Bob Qek -' SBob, Bil, To Randy I love yo ove you tday'r (I think you're oIl rightly Why don't you take me out to donner tonight'' Your '(5 vOU r he tity irn oi' ma wihfrtak o l hal gocd your toolis lo e opp dayf ke qroo CTri dp0t yiiu djreve t t boie rnfo'l inn i ginu D How can lif etre life without yo ACth beirhday dpresn ~ould wsor ank for ald tere godtires J oe ya'r spat foen that kectn font of lov you n vslOndo remember rPPPos ecrwouldt oylpy Voled tine D'nylgiric love VJ-It-SQ P beig, toiler than i am dAwput me dow ay' Happy V'olefr in. s Da aMywa eoverybod-le yoVo2-Pt2 hUppy letie s dywll lbots of blrve fom ane old faind Shecrety ad nd Dr yue si uch n e eron to Vlen Voimn Day Ve Eibt --P 2,i lerdI nsIi iet hr 'flyprecous ecre wihyu od

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The Independen* Roddo Ailigotor, Frdday. February IA 1975. Peg. I7 FOR SALE WEFL CRAI-T I 6 Airsiot w 1AC hp Mer rser Still 'nd,., warranty ress rhrn 25 hrs rn' nq Missee CatI378 3365 Ii 1Ot 7 p1 26 standard bay.s bike ike new basket lenders enQghektires $20 377 9951 (I 3T 0) Pi TE AC A 24 Cassette Deck $65 Mike 318 4161tr5 UJA2' 1 P) __ 21 holday re ir wi 1h cabana luJlvy tnrrnushed many estras $20 or best ofet 1 7 glynwood park coii 376 0217 Yemno, 203 electric shari sIt cci model new bolter y great for ornu nd sown i 'make after Phone 317 '751 ,sk for Joh~n In 3t flp) _ ___ &' iranier control air washer dryer clishwnsher fenced yard, shed r shedd 2 bdrmn 373-9153 376 8504 iii 3t 80 p1_ __ l9/ Iodqe challenger air condition Flower steei ng running good good mrilpaqe 340 engine coll 3728249 sturden' eskim9 $2200 (n St e p) _Seamco jackett $20, electric tape adding maching $20 Medrrerrorsan side table $15, waffle aron, 5 378-3153 (o 3t 80 p1 kin size waterbed wih 'ncr fonm, padding and Ironm. $40 motor cycle helrrel for sal. brand new never worn $2503 ci AtOO-p) 378-5437 73 Sportster custom seat pipes bar 8000 mi much chronic prima condition 378 764$evenings$2103 willtalk ciSt7lpl skunk desenied craP. with &hois and pope's coge and ektros 328 SW 34th St opt 53 $40 for everything lo St 7S-pl 15 ft Fish & Ski boat with 66hp Mercury and tra'Per all ci xcel lent condition *990 coil mrnning or evening 373 6969 Ica St s itlh-corona 'eleclro 120 elIcc typerwriter $115 .377 8328 cfter 6prn dove (A ST_ 0-PF Baniqo excellent condition, t year old $AC000 318-2708 (A 3'82 Pi PECE VER F SHER 403 lube i must sell ood condition 30 RMS per hanniel $ o or bes offer call (or, y 372 5205 (A 41 CALCULATORS WHOLESALE DISflIBUTORS FOR OMRON ONLY II1995 Call 372 5205 (A 31 82 P) ____ 64 Chevy Von, 6 cyl $350 0) Curreni lag &mispection sticker, runsSee at 212 P NW 57eh terrace or coll 370-5145 (A Boxer Puppies AKC 6 weeks Worrmed Shots Call 373-7663 alter prm A 3T 82 Ph for sole sr lI catcialtor, six miorih old perfect condition, $ec 378-Cl 24 dave (A 2T 82 P)} 68PLMOUtH BARPACUOA E&celleni Caridilion New lires. brakes Must sell Sa5oor Make offer 373-4662 (A ST 82-P) AKC BIkLob Ret Male dmaold $103 Coll 372 8095 ofler 6 prn Need, roarm to run (A-3 82-P) okc irish seller puppies canadian stock shots and wornmed bath parents available to ,ee-reasonobly priced coil gr.gory 3/7 5325 or 472-3050 e xcellent collection ANIIQUE CLOTHES S accessories very reasonable start, kuidoy at ten 301 NW 2st 372 1622 (A IT 82-P) 2 4way custom built speok.s-sup.b sound-dual 12-12 turntable with new mQled cortigeS8 track recorder with 770 minutes blank tape-must sell best offer 37l-4939 anytime (A-4T-82fP) PORCH SALE unique', cloths, coiiectable,, plants, choir, do0 house, old books, many miretlaneous sot only.F~eb 15 l0am 707 ne 2d St (A-IT-82-P) AM FM Stereo Multiplex Receive, Turntabl, arid lope with spinakers Excellent Condition Must 5.11 coll Ray 3732763 {A-5T-82-P} AXC St %menords 3 moles, 3 fermales, 6 wks old vet checked 468-1512 (o-S4-2GRAOUATION Liquidation Ore Camp. Trailer, Color TV Complete Scott Sound System, Much nor. 378.7270 Ask for Georpe (o-St-82-p) 73 Yarroho RD35O Must see new tires front and me r must *ell quick $750 cal 372-2818 or 377-4434 (a-$t-82.p) FOR RENT WANt TO MOW!7 If you dci,. to mave from you' presnnt location wn cn rent, jubitI fior lend you o -omae-ime owel a CCW Call tedeyll United Reel Etsoe Aaeec. Ibc, I13 UE 1Mb Ave. 377-992 (bfr-56-<) --------. FOR RENT BEAT THE -lOUSING SHORTAGE',,i Now is the time 0o 'br I looking for thil deal homns.rIpDr ig9o tll ir We hove mony listmrgs ovoll for the,,a small deposit can hold ii fo' you' (all loday 371 6992 roommate 0o share two bedcrir,, upt 583 rmonth 4 other Hawcrnun Vii Apt 426 ar oil aftet 6 377 98SS' 8 IT 79 Pt m'ibilehbomic65x 23bhr 2 bathmobile home(los to comtpu(eriirajheal & ar cord finst months rent plus dep 'rfor toll 372 2Q31 9 Sdamiy (b St 7/ p, NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH 2 bedroorn Leii shed units fran, $135 per ir'.,1mb ,icludes water sewage gorbaoe pick' up pesi control and yard core Prairie View Mobile Vi Iage 378 4411 or 3733284 (b, 2Ot-69-p) Room lam roni All utiibtis ,r< ried Moid servce oil nnits uP iri cors icirnished "ociss the sti ect tromr Mr lionald's $80 03 morith 376 9252 LDi,,. Ferrole own rn 2 bd dupl eis ok Sernirol h oc 87 50 4 'i uitil 50 J.e a iribe 2120 e Univ ave No r li St 80 I br unfurn opt $ 30 a mat''H pci, welcome 4126 sw 17i, pl 378 4295 (6 3t 80p1_ __ -room in ihree bedroom troilei r, wind meadows car, move in first o rn'ddlle of march 165 i I 3 utilities prefer stridious rnd libetal call 373 5978I 3t_80_p ~ 2 Feimole Roomirnotes wanted In, pool ide French Quamlor Apt 5625 'uIllie, each call 373-91 55 Iti St SO-pl Own bedroom n 3 BR opi 2 both AC NW sector 50cm' furnished unriclue 7Sme' 1n Coll 376 9755 Ask (ni B.,de i S85 'ili es paid FExtrn shar pc VA No lease Larqe rican roar,,, w th. rio arpie', drapes and iiopliiii'. 1l275) Open 7days I,//9N2 Phbd, orn 2 ncreSI50'1 0 iS hi '< walking distance 'o -orvu~s 4 r hrent qreenhcuse lenced Pets OK' '2)19| Open~o Oa, pm 377 6992 2 lbd, $75 On nearby lake artistt, en location No lease or depos'i Pa's allowedil 12114) Open7 days 3776997 $115 Clean lovely bon (oury liing ,n the ity Air heat cirpels drapes fenced yord Siiden's wr Irr .~ 2I112j (Tpen 9om 8,pm 377 6092 $/5 Modular hom,, wnilk'iq king distance to campus Large hdr, flliy turnished Avail in Moich '2 I10: United Real Estoir. Assoc II3NEl6thAse Open 7 days 37' 6992 (B FR SI Cq Feniole roommate wanted 'a shore 3 bdr apartment ot King, Creek $0803 a month and -3 utilites cal I she, or andrea 378-2077 (851 8' P} I bedroom furnished opt available a0 sublease irmmediotly 16C per mooth 3702759 (8 31-alP Female roommate wanted Howiior Villoa. apIs No 150 W 50 per month one room adloinmng both immediate opening calf 372 23S9 after 5 00 (B 21 SI1-P) sublet large 6.b furnished apt $150 ma some utilites paid pets alk available immediately Feb rent Irce call 373-8715 (B-57-8l P) MIKE'S Bookstore -Pipes Tobacco Shop Dwntown -.M-S sNt S U air0A~lGCOktflONINt -m~ ~el e .~ e FOR RENT femdrae tooni-,,ole Win, *tow(,Iaor V' loe Apt 2 b~dr 2 bh r ent pool ft' $61 25,aro II.t.al 373976' cuter 4pm Available Mu, _B ST SI P) own roarn' in comfortable qiet horse Mopu,e respoasbile firinnle Non smoker row rent utrl 'ties Near mrch Evenings 378 2255 (b it A ) Need I Female for Sp.,rq Ot' 2 Bdrnm apI 2 boib Brondywrrp 2S11 5W Archer Rd $6795 moth No deposts Near campus 373 268S t5 82 p) sublet 2 br unfumn opt S bik trorm tamp UW AC Garb Disp en $ /7 ma Grrn' studentss oniy Call Roy 3192 2108 or 374 U575 (h 71 82 p1 I ibedroom, in 2 hdlt ii duplex till fflc''hties replacee 62 ',( month I 3 utililies col' 37-6677 lbt,.cl :b_282 pl SubleaselI bdrm apI I30mu 103 dep or female hove owrn 'ccii 6% no 'it dep 3/3 7237 nlle, I Wi ii rryl irne wkends N(b 2 02-p) __ 2 Bdr 'tudic house an 'luck wooded 2 acre, large cost oI 34 campus Mnri. ST 82 PI workshop & On archer r l $ 220 ma ,enhor Sr Lriks path to 272 $135 lB a WANTED roommnate wanted Regeiiy Oaks awrn hodroorm 9 a month pl us I 3 rh lines Naw accepting opplicoliorsior summrver camp counselors at PINEW( '00 for boy. and girls in Hendersorivile N C Write P0O Box 4585, Normandy 'sr'ch wMia, Beach, Fl0 33141 (C PCI '6 P1 'on, rate wanted I tem m -'ot re & 'rsyoi.ng Own room 'r' 40o bar, hocurse 32 54) i hIbnms irne by n 'hone 1629 F Unirr Are a.5181 Pt w inted urriuijie hoirwurde preferably '" $8 in''' 'd I '' ae 7341673 ,' '181I P1 G'OLD SiLVER lop pr'crs it'ld for ciirinns old ,ewelry it cioribdentin co. O;,e 373 3894lt 50 53 i HELP WANTED ,om'onire tt iardlor P yi t ,oy mr t S 'i i',i t rvt owir trnsprc ium $2 hr plus SI per dray for cgas ill '377 8105 'Ate, 6 pm {(2181 P') Volunteers needed to cmediralI research Those accepted .or, ecar, ''uch as, SIX' If interested please ionmc i Roorr M 438 The Medical Science Building 01 Shonds Hospirl between Q 00 arr and 12 0 noon ',,d I 03 prm rind 3 03 pin Monday February 17 Ie 2i 82 p1 AUTOS DUSTER 340 1Q73 ac ps pb ot ro'dals,$25t0 or best offer call 377 9680 1964 PontiaocTempest Adoor 6cyl auto radio good lires, 92,0 riles, very, very dependable b~ui homely $225 Steve 372-7154 (p-At 80-p} LLoYv0 CC#VETTE PLACE We buy and sell Jacksonville, Florida I -388-3311 IC and Cousot Ave (g 201-73-P) ONCE YOUR ClASS U 1404 NOW CM Jewelers -L1w M. flff UqIVERSITVC mm-~4 AMtTII AS .PLANE.S*IPT 925.Uner~yAe G-*n4e *. -A 2'I

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Page S. The Independen* Floddo AJIlgctor Frdcy, Februory it Ivn 233 W WVENY SY MEM CHUCK BAZEMOR TONIGHT 8 &11 P.M. TICKETS Aae04.sc@.et tuxOffic. TONIGHT $4.00 $.0 : WORD PREMIIER STARTS TOOROW: *********** ********** WHAT EVIL POWER DID HE POSSESS TO TURN WOMEN NTO SLAVES? T1%C$1itie H 233 W. Univ. Art .3 377-3013 C PERSONAL 'I ilwoys wetiu .r A, MasoriDo ,e speC rni',e .rs ,tr rpeothe or& '3T N I', o 1 Ar npen;I(Nr. N' Vo do thr Iy I pv c ppo'rnirenT '"drcvt p i,,, e i' 3 7470 1,sp 74 i er Io [aenower 0 s ie 1olog or 00 Ors yoenrur '(I oIX 472(I3Y FR AT SAMMIE S ARR'VED (ROM LONDON NOW OPEN spec nlqog mrEnglish hoir -utig blow wovmrg for th, in Iook unisewl Drop by Colonini Plozo 7)6 W UnivA vs I'2643 i-5&r53-pl Wedding ',,v'taoris $11 4C per 100 bus'nefl cords $995, rubber stomo, magnetic s'gnt, offset printIng Chll Ho' Prnnog 1103 N Morn (J-Fl 5MC) I f you or, pregnant and need help we (Ore Calf Birthright j77 4947 (I 241 SUPER BIKE$ INC Ho, a new servIce 377 0722 tor soles pati, ccii 377 6901l Notion Trnumph -Hcrdo Yamaha 3441 SW Archer rd The Small Shop thot cores about you & you, maoch'ne fair price. 4 Term Popersi Conodo's Iorgi Service Ont Conoda Also, cormpu. repregentotives required Pleos. write I 3570Congratulation, to the new Pi Boto Phi .n'totes, especiot Iy to mly in'. fist., C'ndy Weth Pi Bo Ph, Love, Lyndo (I21 79-P) Pon ha's, Bookpock. Parks W frames, Ternts, Rugby Shirt., Troil Shoes, White Center 3448 W Univ 373-9233 (,-fr 72Get thot all over tar, of GYMOa 20 r franm COMpUS co4I 373-IC7 wdte box 1254) city 326Oj Po04 ,,oinc. help needed 9J SP-Y6-P) let u yoU S hel place your ad. Ca the Classmfla department at The Independent Florda Alligator 376-4446 ssI PERSONAL ,ap 2, amada[)r-li honorary .r 'eN ergng 1 eTiers of ireoo Erdenro r who home ,Namda ,so e er lo i [ I 0 'N A,FNTINE', 'A {+td %'L[ ;Ai~t I'|FN ylIlI SF'[IAI 'FT h TAsd A [(EK '' THEN "t1. 'MW Y(1L,'~ VAIFNMINE S NI' IINAkY 'I ( AuJS I-I(STQ
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'at Peg. 20 The independent FRondc AIIloctor Friday February 14 Ins5 ROTC training drills and thrills photos by eric estrin A

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L ife of J .Wayne Reitz ac tive ThiIndependent Fondo AIigcr Friday, Febrvory4, $975 Pog. 2T despitehis unofficialretirement vv r N B, LESLIE GOLA Y Ailijator Staff Writer I ,nwh with a wraduatc 'tudernt itm l.ipantr Io; '> k i Intpiidthe iNe IW 1I wreRi/peie t!E jrM1 RETIRED tt'chnkall but not OleLrtIIl it 'C ipippt ed baited iii,', iNh an 'nmc I mt tree I, d.is I please u to I'eit, this treedom,, meins ni''m hie o the e 'imrcisits w.hieh lromtrtlc Iii (hioiugh i'it iii "Beimg the lormer presndeni of .1 Iirmilrsit~ N()r penL~~I somecl ythe moIy Reit, ale Io L flce i*(,he ILTil ,.uiii h residen nl, ar i n rou ot ar IFos S ona te mnhey the, raedn or u'I umcsto e LIhe h niji herldehpine tnt cetom i< Iiitud1 A resident ()IrI,4kmt, a lumferzts i.L see lip ii oritles. o the lunds It, (he l'cb eiti ( tinal hase to e umiiesgi ated "Reitt said THE PRIVATELY FUNDED mones can alv, go Ioward scholarships for Mraduat% or undergraduates. "Anything the universty "ant' 1'11 he glad to help.'" said the energetic Hcit,. I don't get into adrnmiatral's Or plicy mi .tters bet'ause hat is wniethtng an et-presidenr should stay out of "he added. REI~T FIRST CAML I., Gainesville tm H34. and a year Ijier met his wale, Frances t hey will celebrate their 40th wedimg anniversary this year. "We've had our i-ocr' here since '34 arnd have considered (ainesville our home e'tr since,'' he said. here were mnerludes where we leit Gixinesville. hut 4' I laik acmoss the sweep ,t year' I feel a' though i've always been a part ci' UF he said a' be gazed at the students im the courtyard outside hi. 'wmido'. photo by *ric .strnn 1 WAYNE REITZ retired technically, not officially 'SW~ ~~ll %SsI)'t iild tael rens U
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Gators at seek in 5th TV in row game By ANI)Y CHEN Alligalor Sport. Wrltrr F-or John lot, anti his (,ator baskcihall Ieamn it il mo't 'ems hke I asi 'Cesot, Il over again I be Giators are currently enjoying a tour-ganme winning streak which mncindes victories over Vanderbilt, Mississippi Stifte. Louisiana State and Georgia -and this is pt lhe trme hen [ oi/s iio t~t)aught lire last sctr WINNING SEVEN nfits laM t' ni g1me, in 194. Ut iimushct lhe seastli tied or fourth pece in ihe stoncerence Noas the (tlors are preparing to invade Auburn for Saiurday's 3 p.m. regionally televised clash, the Orange and Blue are once again tied for fourth place in the conference, but this time at und they cani limne upi esen hiwhcr 'rn (he standmiue A w in mer Aubun iiIould mmet the Gjarors mflu 11 ti with the War Eagles or th itrd 131.ce in the conference and then on Monday, the Gators host I cnne'see. "BUT I don't want to think ahout Tennessee," [stz said. "We've got a big game with Auburn coming up that will mean a lot to this basketball team. A ubuin has had1 its pl olems i cently as e' ienced in their last ouiinj when they dropped a "'cliti hanger'" by 43 points t iowerfUI Kentucky. But War Eagle gur Lddie Johnson, who was mntured two weeks ago expected to return to actioil for the Gator game and Lot and his team know thal Johnson can turn around a basketball game. "HE'S A super athlete an, an excellent ball handler." lotz said. Auburn is a young teanr that relics on the rebounding and scoring power of several freshman including 6-8 Mik Mitchell and 6-8 Mile Patrick. Florida-bred Stat Pictkiewicz assists Johnson ii1 the backcourt. The Gators' recent suig has been mostly due to the revival of' Chip Williams andi Norman Caidwell. who wete suffering from ,nid-seasoi .vayr shvF S2 CadMIel.G U wiglams. C ft LAilrman,G S MoovtF U2 SrewSte.C 14 BSCSIC.G 22 a~wass.G2 Snivt,F s Sawiar, F 21 ULndeSv,.F 1is Rome, F II Cie.,F 3 Annsirre,G 0 3 1*am ThUeSi 22 143s-lU2 09p TS4IS 22 1863-an3 lUAM REBOUND.S tummy.-ns D.AD.AL.s. SOPI'IMORE GU. .proised by oti slumps. IN THE four game winning streak both players have led the Gators In just about every category as the Orange and Blue noivsport four players In double figures. Leading the way is Junior Gene Shy. averaging Itpoints & game. Shy is followed by Caldwell at 13.4, Chip Williams at 12.4 and Mike Lederman averaging 12.1. In the Gators' recant 66-65 2244MBIVIatICtIs (1I1-4a111.'Sg. 7,4-G. C ADDON BOSTIC for Georglo effort win over Georgia. Lotz praised the performance of sophomore guard Din Bostic. "I thought he (Bostic) really played well." Lotz said. "He hit some crucial one on one shots and played great defense fbr us." Though a fifh straight victory has been lingering in Lotz's mind this week, he knows it won't be easy as the talented Auburn club still has post-seawn thoughts in mind. 310-149 .SI 417.791 162-7.4 2o-ta9 a4 u-n .864 45-2.O 215-113 .3M 72-49 .Ml 174-/.9 IC-Il? .412 9-44 .ICC 49-2.2 13-5 .444 36.22 .039 44-2.1 4t-3 374 U2t .545 4-3.0 77-39 .56 3-46 .986 43-2.0 i-i 1.m s-s ioum t.M 47-29 .417 35-21 .08 41-I.? 57-39 .425 3-IS HO liii3 U-IS .*9 22-99 .iS 23-l,6 12-4 467 11-U .364 21.1.9 2-.2 .M31 44 .mg 4-.!3 25-7 mn 14 .0m 14.7 .MI 486-264 .fl9 79s38.8 .481 572-289 .488 813-37.0 g.4 PL~iS~A L.ia 4 4 .9.et 42-i 22-to 44-1 09-21 7.4 27-10 62-4 59-3 41-I 324 S-I 2-7 72-a.M 2-4 0.4 3-3 -S *02 1t-I 34 14-I 15.4 1-2 4.4 '4 13.S *94 Us-at 22-IS ~44-1, NO96. SI ,, 294 141 124 11 N 4 $4 'SI) 1751 U3.' 43.4 44 5.3 s-a 4.4 2.8 I., .76 a4 wnant mt .T.a Tennis team ooking for one malor change By KEITH CANNON AlIgator Spis Writ., UF Tennis Coach Bill Potter won't mind one bit if his 1975 Glators repeat last year's 20-3 dual match equal or improve on last year's No. 19 NCAA ranking. One change he is looking for this year is an improvenment on the Gators fifth-place finish in the FLORIDA Southeastern Conference ISEC) Tournament. "I HOPE we can do better in the tournament this time." Potter said. "The tournament is much different from dual matches. A lot depends on the luck of the draw, but we just didn't play too well last year." Pbtler noted that after going 7-I in confrrencc dual meets. losing only to SEC champ Georgia. the Gators VS. AUBURN took only one championship in the tournament. Ray Heidema. now graduated,. finished first in No. 3 singles. '[his year's team has much the same personnel as last year's. Of the top six players. the Ga tons lost only Heidema to graduation. "WE'VE GOT a lot of experience." said Potter. who has a 324-1W record in 22 season, at UP. Two seniors. Juan Dinz of Tampa and Jim Owscher of St. Petersburg return for their final year. Din ast year's No. I player. while Oescher played ln the No. 4 spot. Dine 'as an all-SEC selection last year. and as an SEC tournmamenr quarter-finalist. Juniors Date Presnly of' Palm, Beach and Mike Borling of Orlando *ere conference tournament finalists in No 2 and No. ft singles. respectnely. Pressl. was alM named to the AllSEC tear,. John Kunnen. a sophomore from Clearwater. was a semifinalist in No. S singles in last year's tourney. Heidenmas No. 3 spot is up for grabs in pre-scason practice, and two of the candidates are highlyrcgrded frashnen. The new netmen are Chap Brown of Lantana. One of the topranked high school players In Florida. and Jody Stags of Eunmce. IA. the hIgh school singles champion of Louisiina. -Tumz'R ina -od players." Putter said. He said that they would definitely be in the Gatrs' top semi., and added. "I would probably put them up in this grvup (the top three or fourI,' With only two non-. Floridians on the roster. Potter has an almost cxclusnvely honme-grown squad. 'We try to recruit boys from Florida. There are a lot of good tennis players in Florida, and the sport is really booming here." he said. He added a plug 1ow his assistant coach and recruiter, M.B. Chafin. "He's an outstanding recruiter and he's done a lot for our pwgrmm hern." Potter doesn't expect to base lia lineup set until just befone the saon bqlmn. "lThe next month of practice should determiuc our lieup. Where they play will be dstermised by the ladder matches (Intrasquad cornputitiouM" he said. Potter said Urs schedule may be tougher than last year's slate, especially in the SEC, where Alabama and Georqia will still be strong. "All the teams I. the SEC are good. Used to be. there were only oneor two strong teams. This is probably the second toughest tennis confereuct in the country." he Rid. "Our record may not be as Rood., but we'll go after the top teams." -The Gaters' opening match is tentatively scheduled for Feb. 24 at Valdosta (Ga.) St ate. The tentative schedule lists the UF home opener for Feb. 26 against Furman. DAyE PREBSLY. .ntop Sx The Independent Florida Alligator Auburn MIKE LEDERMAN GUARDS GEORGIA'S LWCEY AS CHIP WILLIAMS LOCKS ON -both hop. for repeat of 1974's lot. surge PR EDICTIONS CH RIS GARRIn -FLORIDA BY 5 RICK ADELMAN -AUBURN BY IC LOU BRANCACCIO -AUBURN BY6 I GUEG FORREE -FLORIDA BY 4 PAUL SImMONS -FLORIDA BY I ANDY COHEN -FLORIDA BY 6 CONSENSUS -FLORIDA BY 3 ~0 NG-3,asei

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tracksters in 'big While most of the Gator track team stays home and rests this weekend. SIX Caters will participate in two tough invitational meets. Canadah Mike Share Willie Wilder, and Beaufort Brown will compete in the Maple Leaf Games. SHARPE AND WIIder are slated for the 60-yard dash whike Brown runs the 600-yard run. 'Tis is a super meet,' said UFhead coach Jimmy Catrnes. "it is THE meet in Canada. Saturday night Brown and Sharpe will join meets teamates lonm Doerr. Bob Ramho. and Noel Gray or the Knights of (olumbus invitational in Cleveland., SHARPE WILL again run in the 60 but Brown yar dash. Der who ha been coming on strong, will compete in the 6O yard run. The Gators second ranked mile relay squad will see action but Carnes has juggled the foursome a bit. With Horace Tutit injured and Mitch Goings resting. Carnes has decided lo use Ramibo and DIerr along with regulars Brown and Gray,. Th. itldqpndflt Rodde AMIgaor Friday. Febnsary 14 1975, Pag. 2 Swim teams UF tennis I he UFwomen's tennih leanm 1 on the load IIh, "eckeitit against the University ol Miami today. tand Ma'uou ~Ti~~ (ollege Saturday. "Miami w.lV be our strongest contender Ihis dtdr predicted Lady Gater coach Sue Whiddon Mianu ilerli thi (,alors oeCOt their (Iwo lo'ses Iast 'easor bs dealingg the.ni 9 ''THAT WON'T happen lhis year." )itfliscj whidi,, Alter coming olf OUr 9-0 ifl to South IIOridI .INI 'wek e psychologicallyy ready bor then, Whiddon said that she had lots of hope t(Iink Oil WI il uber one player. Freshman Judy AL ker'Judy faces iody Applebaum in Ma nil, and t 04 u In it e 'ci ev tight match." A;pplehaun, is one ol the lop mesm the wiuntry, hut the UIF coach has great vontleiice im hu K tlimuOO. M ich. freshman. hit road SAI HIlYWHEN the Ilads ('ato,' tCke MdiimoUnlt ,'Ie~eA h(I""~ e'pe'tN a solid neccon \Lin itium hUs l K it nmbe, Ine playei Keiny Mewer to lie 'dsvnr. I aiksarid the Iletii coach thinks the Ioss is I! mai~ke i tlifeicitte lot lhning Mcsers in their imeHut \luim~norii I)k I tendency hi conic up with 'cry at~~L It lmits teamins j'ses seai." said Whiddon addizg."e law i ~t ""iio li"e-up iutsclbes this 'car, and wIll give X i 'IHfI oad inp this weekend the Lady Gators Optic In e HIhns ( (llege -the othet Q-O defeat toi the Ito' iciis last win XV ite etetting I thoitiugh lisle o4 o sttongcst CotmI'eiiui enh m the stast, aind Lcin really see \wheie our NtsilLghs rnd weakiiescs ale,'' tfntituded Whiddor, I hes [1w)i1men~iimn leananticpates aclosemleet tL&tins (he I'nis ersity of South Florida Saturday afternoon in I itip LADY GATOR Coach Sue Halfacre said that illness has ically plagued the team in recent weeks. 'We only have eight women that are healthy enough to swim,, and I expect a little trouble."' said the coach, adding. "I expect we'cl win (he meet, but we are going to have to swim. SOmec good times.' Haltacre said she had great confidence in the Lady Gater "E ARE all really pleased with the progress of Lynn Bassett this season. She really has improved immensely." Bassett. a tfreshnman from, Lake Wales, Fla. took the threenmeter honors iast weekend against FSU. When thle Lady Gaters met USF last season, Mari Davies. the team's number one diver. was beaten. "1 don I expect that to happen this year.' Halfacre said. "I expect Marti to do niuch better this rime, and combined with Lynn Bassett I see no problems with winning the diving events.' he Lady Gator swimmers go into the meet with a 4-I season record. There wWl be a wouen's .ttbaiI organIzational meeting Tuesday Feb. IS at 7 p.m. In she duesm of Women's Gym. All Interested women should .ttund, and for further Inrornaton contact V.1 Abra. 392-0594. This Sunday the UP rugby team opens its home season kor this quarter. They wi11 be playing the 'Old White' rugby team from Atlanta. Georlia. The game will be start at 2 p.m. at Laike Alice Rded on Museum Road. So far, the team has compiled an 8-7-I record for the 74-75 season. REBATE SALE A new experience for your head get io the "Sensuous Sound'' of 4 chanirel quadrophonmc Couch's has the equipment you need ON SALE NOW" Plus you get a $50 Silver Do'lar Cash Rebate if you buy now. This after good only February 15th and 16th Supplies are limited so dolit now t~ Born 50 Sine DoUses OX-747 Receiver Dual 12290Q base, with dust cover and Pickering 4 channel cartridges UV /15/200 0 4 Gemini XII speakers Regul $849.95 416.85 459.90 lar Price 1526.70 Sd. Pie. s110.0O S.w. 37.70 SCN HOURS 10 -7 Mon.-Thurs -.4,,", I 10 -9 Friday lO -6 saturday a SixI e .anticipatescdo,, meet vs. South Florida Ruges pe wintrchd

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Footba AMPA iP')tin ancia -The Unnvervty loses to die ol 4t the gate trontatioa, with professional football dIreppm i collegiate iamp~a. and laced wuih a head-on im 976. as considering thotball after the 1975 season. revealed Wedn~esday Ihe teeing trustees was revealed of the finance tomittee ina letter of the hoard Pf sent to 'ar'ou' grOups and individuals w.hi have supported the football program jat nd was signed by Uiniersity Owens. I. IWillhamn President Jr, ( hairnman of Dr. in the B I) the Executue ( onmmhtec. and Harrm, H Mullen. (hairman oflthe Board it Srustees. rice to NAh ectie c'i e et hat budget deficit of $220.(fl) he approved bor the I 9S76 academic year '.ith the proviso that the 1975 tootblall scdson be the last season for intercollegiate foot ball at 'he Un ersaty ,t I said. "Despite a great ieal oiI tontcrtedi all-out 2974 season w as a lindfncidI I he 'itienals Iis ap pomtmnen said the trustees had ap, the letter cliorn, this past n-. the .,ftictals approved a miaximiumn subsidy &,l 5125.(11) bor the boothall program last year but had to come up v.,th an additional ~55fl) because of what they tailed "cost overruns and inconme .1nd( boothall gift shortfalls ". "DURING THE football program SI, 189.389. 18." scheduled PAST nm years,. has been the letter for lampa carefully reviewed other NFL citiesthe subsidized said. the intercollegiate an the amount "With professional of toot ball In 1976, the finance committee has experiences ol college A similar mov to drop football was made programs an f966 but the program "as saved by the combination of increased outside support andi the construction of rampa Stadium. a 46.7W0seat facility now to he expanded to requirements. AnTER THAT POINT the 7.0 seats to meet NFL irpa program was upgraded and the university moved from small college to major college stat us. Totl draft ago the university had the number one college football draftchoice in John Matusnak and last month had a tirnt round draft choice in Darryl Carbton, who was drafted by the Miami Dolphins. INTAMURALS Today as the deadline bor sgning up tor nmet s Dormitory ienni. Fraternity howling,. mlens independent cligieering league schedules may office. 229 Florida be picked tennis, and up in the IM Gym. 392-0581. lhe independent basketball play-ofts will be held Friday through Sunday. The top 26 out of 256 teams on campus will he competing. The Men's and Women's One-on-One Basketball Comnpetition will be held Saturday. Schedules may be picked up at the IM office today. 4 C I! ---------COU" ON -------'10% off Speial lorge nlction of jewelry A gifts from 50 country' ~oofrd feb. 124h -14th only Indian jewekry, clothes Bean Bog Rorim Excluded I -------COPON ------s-' Broward-Rawlings-J4 Hall Councils present a ennings I 'Ta Qenetne & qt)aq ~Donee i Fr iday 1 Ji n nings Mus ic I r 4th 9:00 PM H all Bas ement y Steeplechase Pagp 24 h. Indep.ndnteNcido Ailigotor, Frdoy. Febo'ry TONIGHT 4th Annual Music 14 1975 President's Festival featuring The University of Florida Jazz Band GU E ST SO LO I ST, R ICH MATTESON 1972 DOWNBEAT "JaZZ Clinician of the 8:15 Year" Auditorium Guaranteed seating for ticket holders until 8 p.m. Non-ticket holders will be admitted otter 8 p.m. if seating is available. e I TREAT YOUR PIZZA ) LHLM\ IEY TO A VALENTINE'S HEART~-SAE DAY ONLY xK ->x/ / --1.lL706 W. 371-2001 'ii Tampa U r p.m. Universit y UNIVERSITY AVE after 4:10 PM b l

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Pq. 2. Ant. emi Cycle seethes Proper Care And Feedn '9 This is a bicycle. With proper care and maintenance, it will last you many, many years. Take care of it. Learn how to take it apart in the dark. One day, it may save your life. There's nothing worse than watching your front wheel fall off while you're hauling ass down the hill by Shands. After all, bikes take one hell of a beating here in Gainesville. The roads are really rough to begin with, and dodging cars and crazy drivers is bad enough, but then you've gotta watch out for chuckholes and GAl NESYI LLE IMPORT ~~REAIR UREETsME CUPEERPI EVC UREG C~ 377-493 *3 U.MAN T In. I"I.I ,4$u& ~k A A 0~LL8P 14t ?AXES? everybody remembered to tighten their bolts. One of the major problems with bikes in Gainesville are loose wheel bearings. This is relatively easy to diagnose. If one or more of your wheels wiggle or wobble, you've probably got loose bearings. Either that or you left your bike out in the rain and the wheels warped. Another trouble spot is your brakes. Brakes, needless to say, are rather important. Like the guy said as he passed the 47th floor of the Empire State Building on the way down: "It's not the fall, It's the sudden stop." Perhaps the only thing worse than watching your front wheel branch out on its own as you're hauling ass down the hill at sand's is getting to the bottom of said hill doing a hundred and fortycErra? It's Tot time again mnd this year Is awen warsel Beshdes this, oil 0f those nhggig bills ccn, outa g or nothing foe th other necassifirn of Hfe ttcNInnE on outpt. orn i t tak i over.we're smcdalhsts atmavg Ten-Speed Burmese Tiger Traps. Naturally, if you swerve to avoid getting pancaked by some clown who still thinks the bike paths are a passing lane and end up wrapped around a phone pole (or one of those big signs that say "BIKE PATH") and come out of it with a wheel that vaguely resembles a soft hot pretzel, there's really nothing much you can do about it except consult your local bicycle repair service. On the other hand, however, there are certain things you can do in your spare time to prolong the life of your bicycle -and sometimes the life of its rider. Check your bike at least once a week. Make sure there aren't any loose nuts or bolts. There's an ugly red splotch at the bottom of the hill at Shand's that wouldn't be there is

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seven miles per hour only to discover that your brakes do not work. In this instance, structural damage often results -to your body. To prevent occurences of this sort, check your brake blocks (those little thangamajig whatchamacallits that rub up against your wheel rims when you exert sufficient pressure on your brake lever.) Make sure they aren't too worn down. Many times, you can forsee brake problems if you notice your action getting a little spongy when you try to stop. Another thing to watch out for: many times, especially if you leave bike outside, the cables will rust and-or corrode to the point of inefficiency. You do not -repeat, do not want this to happen, unless, of course, you like surprises (i.e. hill at Shand's.) Other than that, the only other area in which you might encounter difficulty is shifting your gears. 1 CAR ft HOME STEREO SERVICE -4 SUUNDU DOCTS saint k.sd Cly hfrcntM as. a(NOTE: You do not have to worry about this unless you own a variable speed bicycle.) Usually, your gears will slowly slip out of adjustment just from normal wear and tear. This becomes apparent when you notice suspicious little sounds like bumps, bangs, and grinds when you try to shift. If this be the case with you, you would be well-advised to take your bicycle to your local repair service where they can readiust your transmission for the paltry pittance of only two to five dollars. It might save the maintenance crew at Shand's a tot of work. The only other thing you should watch out for is the air pressure in your tires. This varies according to what kind of tires you have on your bike. Different tires, naturally, require different air pressures. A handy rule of thumb to follow as you inflate your tires: if you hear a loud BANG! or POP! you've probably put too much air in your tlres.B HALVERSON'S GARAGE Corner of Main ond Sw Illh Ave. FREE LUBE JOB ""NSU. it WE SMCIAJJZE IN: oil typ. of Co. gn.rol outomotv. ripoir. .repair rebuilding tune-ups brok. gob. 376-1264 Asho .d Cycle Intl., Pqse 3 BUY YOUR SPORTS EQUIPMENT ALWAYS AT LOW TEAM PRICES We hove Softball and Baseball Equipment Jerseys tennisEquipment Letterng University Sports Shop 1ih Wi.Universltg Ave. 37('-308q TUBY' 1527 sw i3th 376-7321 SPECIAL st. ONE WEEK ONLY Engine Steam COsaning conmpleta autnmobhl service automat transmibsimi wracksr service CENTRAL AUTO SHOP "REPAIRS OF VOL KS WA GIlS" spciaizig in: TUNE-UPS REPAIRS BRAKE JOBS CLUTCH JOBS OVERHAULS 1489 5. Mm. 375-4843 -I________ We Love Gainesvile So we're inviting you to a Valentine's Party. It's your chance to: r'Meet the WGVL "Jocks" rExperience a live broadcast demonstration-real BOO QUADROPHONIC SOUND. C. ~~-'1. I' -.4 s'Drink 1 oz. highballs & domestic beer for 44c ALL AT BIG DADDY'S CIN CITY LOUNGE SW 16th AVE. & 13th ST., 5:30-7:30 P.M. NO COVER! T QUA D 105 Because without you.it wouldn't have been possible. I quad watt y a "-1409 S. Main 378-4943 FM

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rep 4,t. m c~da sw. une IL on, N and e. Dy Hank Reldelberger Well, folks it's high time to get out the wrenches and do a tune-up on your limping pegasus. Before you jump in and string the entrails of your machine all over your car port, or parking lot, do stop by your motocycle dealer and purchase a shop or service manual. Having purchased said manual, you should read the thing cover to cover evaluating yourself and your bank account. Mechanical ability aside, chances are, you'll have to lay out a moderate sum of money for tools, as well as cleaning supplies. These toots and supplies are a long term investment -you will have to do a minimum of five tuneups to justify the inital outlay for toots, etcetera. If this tune-up is to be a one shot deal, forget it, as it will be far cheaper to take the thing to a reputable mechanic and have him do the work for you. Assuming that you have decided to take the plunge and do the work yourself, we shall proceede: First, clean the machine thoroughly using a let of hot, soapy water as found at a twenty-five cent car wash. This works especially well as it cuts through grease and crud as well as the run of the mill dirt that collects on the motorcycle through everyday usage. Avoid directing the jet on electrical components, wheel and fork bearings not to mention the air inlet for the carburators. This cleaning serves to uncover defects as frayed control cables, bad wires, cracks in oil lines and tanks,if any and makes the motorcycle a heck of a lot easier to work on, in general. Ignition: Remove the spark plugs and inspect them for wear and signs oftengine oiling. This is important as lou may need to change the heat range or type of spark plug as to taylor your machine to your requirements. Check the spark plug wires for cracking and heat deterioration, ditto for the 'plug connectors too. If these items are in poor condition spark plug life and overall performance will really suffer. Next remove the side cover that protects the Ignition points, being careful not to bugger up the screws that hold it on. Once removed, examine the ignition points and condensers you should have one of each for each cylinder. The points should look clean, smooth and dry. Ragged, pitted ignition points also sap performance and reliabil:ity, if they look crummy, can'em. while you're at it, check the wires connecting the various components for damage-it boats the hell out of pushing the damn thing home same dark night, do it now. the points look bad change them a well as the condensers. Once stalled, being careful not to lose an of those itti-bitty nuts -and bolt Next the point gap and ignitic timing should be set. This is e: tremely critical; muff this part an you've muffed the whole job p1e possibly causing damage to i engine if bad enough. By all mear refer to the manual -a phone call the dealer won't hurt if things don' seem right. Re torque the cylinder heads at if your bike is a four stroke, set i vatve clearances. With the ignitic and valves up to par we can cr centrate on the carburator carburators. Once again, check t book for the proper specification and adjustment procedure. Th engine should start easily and r smoothly through the entire R.P. range. If the engine doesn't do suct and you are dead sure it js not t ignition, disassemble, clean at readjust the carbs according to 't book'. While you are at it, lubricate the cables that accurate the car burators, a stuck throttle is nightmarish thing to have happe especially on. a machine that capable of doing one-hundred pluS at the twist of the wrist. millimeter of prevention is worth whole square yard of fresh hi u ml _______________ WESTSIDE E*pN $14.1 = I 2. 3. 4. S. 6. 7. S. B. 10. 'I. I?. 13. IL. IS. IL '7. 'S. U. a 15 Ph~o., 372-7542 l4NOUif WSECKEN EfVtCE JASERVICE SPECIAL $14.95 CLEAN AND TIGHTEN BATTERY CONNECTIONS. PACK FRON WHEEL BEARINGS (DRUBRAKESIMTYE TES COLAN AD AD FR M/5 MIXTURE ISECT WIPE BLADE AND CHECK F RTIN INSPECT AIR CLEANER AND BLOW OUT INSEC MR CNDITIONING SYSTEM FOR LEAKS AND FREON CHEC AL LIHTSFORPROER OPERATION INSECT FRONT SUfIElhON FOR SAFETY IPIE MOKS FOR LEAKS AND WEAR -4. u, uSn m CcIn Aidle.a.i ELECTRONIC MOTOR TUNE-UP WITH THIS SPECIAL 40y1.F.nignC.n I CyI. ~%q Cyl. Aecar. u.Ic, P~t USt4w, 512.IS.'#aqu I ~(.dh A, Comtloning f2.U nflr) NATIONAL CERTIFIED MECHANIC ON DUTY 7 DAYS A WEEK -eases* USU5f I kwh" C*gsneIs ass aeW -a-"' AIJTSAUU0 I,-i 373.4440 461 1. IM. res. 4, we

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Auto uS Cyja 4mW. Pug. s ow thin about It. Now that we have the engine squared away we must devote equal attention to the chassis of our motorized traveling companion. There is no point in having a motorcycle with a one hundred miles-per-hour engine in a chassis capable of only forty miles per. Check the wheels for correct alignment and spoke tension. Go over the entire braking system with -a fine tooth comb. This goes double for tires too. Tighten all nuts and bolts. It's both embarrassing and hazardous to have an important p-+Iu-.cal .r .of 4* onto Archer Rd. while passing a cattle truck. Keep the chain clean, lubed and properly adjusted. Pay close attention to the lighting system with emphasis placed on the headlight and horn. Despite our constitutional rights we still have a state statue requiring that motorbikes must operate with the headlamp on at all times. If you want to keep smokey the bear off your case keep them headlights burnin'. In actuality, riding during day light hours with lights on does irrcreasm -visibIllty: Liuhtbulbs ate cheaper than skin. As far as the horn working; this goes without saying, in fact, If you can bolt on a louder set, more power to ya' -anything from keeping someone's great aunt from nodding out at the wheel of her Buick and running your carcass off the road. In addition to the above work a daily check should be performed to keep an eye on what's happening with your machine. You'll find that your motorcycle will go farther more economically and safely than just letting things go until it either lets you down. .or it tears you up. __lappy Trails________ '4 4-~2 L -p Etc -S 'N

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Peg. 6, Auto med Cycle Swcion r Service on Trium ph, Norton,' Motnguri, Ducan, B SA Honda, Yaaha, Suzuki, many more 32441 S.W. Archer Rd. 377-6901 Brake Large selection Leather goods giovns, helmets' tires iDunlaq ThUD nart and accessories Gainesville, FlaJ Today. E CO LOGY SYSTEM That's Depreciation Super Bikes Inc-. Your Authorized Dealer For 15.89 cents operate a 1974 auto years in Baltimore, cents a ml and only 1 ~for a subcc The star presented edition of a mile to own and standard-siZed mobile for ten the suburbs of but only 12.88 le for a compact 1.15 cents a mile impact. tllng figures are in the latest the DT's controversial publication, "Cost of Operating an Automobile." The Department of Transportation also says it will cost $4,032 for 7,700 gallons of gasoline. Eleven replacement tires will be needed for the standard-sized car, unless the owner uses radial tires to save gas. The owner will also cough up $3,521 for maintenance, $1,618 for insurance, and $1,690 for garaging, parking, and tolls. In addition, the DT revealed that nationwide sales records of current model standard-sized and compact cars show that over 94 percent have automatic transmissions,'while only 90 percent have power steering and radios, and 85 percent For According to the United States Department of Transportation, it will cost -U uto Parts NO W OPEN 71kAIYS A WEEK! Buy Quality -Low Price Foreign &Domestic Parts "Beat Inflation Do It Yourself" 4404 NW 13th St. Ph. 377-4477 extra magazine comes out next Friday, February 22 watch for ft I Tomorrow's CLYDE'S BR AKE Our skiop features the exclusive Eco-Broke System. Eco-Broke is the ecology broke. Besides giving you the safest brakes.all servicoble parts are 100 percent recycled right in our shop, thereby saving and re-using Com in"or FEE inspcion and lt us explain the Eco-Broke System. Modem equipment to recycle disc or drum brakes on ILS. and Import cons including pickup trucks and recreational vehicles-. Only premium quality materials ore A complete inventory of broke rmaterials, no waiting. Visit with expertly Trained Speceolists who really know the brake business. CLYDE'S TIRE 8 BR AKE 915 E UNIVERSITY 373-1650 Weekdays 8-8 Sunday 9-3 II You have air-conditioners. Only 57 percent of the subcompacts have automatic transmissions, but 83 percent have radios and 27 percent have airconditioners. The greatest single cost (GSC) of owning and operating a standard-sized car, according to the Department of Transportation, is depreciation, however, the GSC for compacts and subcompacts is the total cost of gasoline. The ''annual trader' who drives a current model car all the time will find driving a brand new car every year will cost him $10,460, while the "tWO year" trader will pay only $8,465. (Figures with radial tires not available.) The Department of Transportation is also careful to point out that these figures do not reflect fleet operating costs, nor does it take into consideration the fact that 16 million full-time business vehicles will be responsible for the consumption of 27 billion gallons of gasoline in 1974 alone, however the DT does say costs will be going up across the board during the next fiscal year.

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Auto cmd Cycd. hctioc, Pug. 7 touring The C When we called John Harlan, a 20 ear old Gainesville native, he had Jst returned from a little bike ride. ;e cruised out to the end of Aillhopper Road, went up to -rovidence through Alachua, over Lake Butle, cuown tso Brooker He pedaled about seventy-flye iles. It took him about three and a John says Gainesville is just about he best place he's ever seen for bike -iding -especially for people who Ike to go touring in the country. Two of John's favorite routes are >ff Williston Road. John's sorry, but unfortunately, ie doesn't know the exact numbers >f the roads. However, he says hey're easy to find because they're he first two paved eft after you go past Nilliston Road. The other people ust callthem Wacahoota'' and Wacahoota."' turn-offs to the Interstate 75 on he trains with the ''Short the ''Long The Short Wacahoota starts about five miles past 1-75 and finishes at 441 a couple miles north of Micanopy. The Long Wacahoota starts about Country five miles furl Road and ter tersection. If y intersection, it Micanopy. If y By Bike rher down Williston inates at an inou make a left at the takes you right into ou make aright,y~ou are heading for "all points south.'' He concedes therresarlo orafic but says it's not too bad on a bike since 441 is four lanes wide. 0 SUPER BIKES INC-. PARTS-377-6qo1 sERVICE lOAM 7 DAYS 377-0722 -6PM A WEEK 3441s~W. AICHER R.D. I I "'" EPAIR 7r_ I r --------------SEBA STIAN'S SHOP 535i S.W. 4dh Ave. 376-mi8 TUNE-UP SPECIAL I ~INCWDINGI I LBE s__ __'iu i_ TcUGi ----------------------BIKE ROIJII COUPON E.ie1EW'ItU~j1:fliS $10 UIMITD TiME ONLY --------------------$10 ---The automotive industry is doing it. And s 0 S the The Bike 0 Sj Route. Qualit0,,.d.s fmm 6124.9 Quality aspe. Asuoidld Used SIkes from 6& RECAPS PLUS F.E.T. WE HAVE A RECAP FOR YOUR YOU CAR I F DRIVE A. FORD Cade~ C CLYDE'S TIRE Ft BRAKE 915 E. UNIVERSITY 373-16SE Start thinking about the next Auto end C gele Sectiots cemning In the spring /MPrt; PARTYIN IMPORTED PARTS S ACCESSORIES FOR ALL FOREIGN CARS AsK ABOUT OUR sTUDENT DISCOUNT MON -FRI. 9:00-6:00 PM sAT. 10:00-2:00 PM 1012 s. MAIN sT. 372-4341 HULL'S AUTO PARTS AND REPAIR 1314 S. MAIN ST EIectronic lung Ups Expert Brok. Services service Calls Complee Rearn On Import And Domsti Mo.ls Geneol Welding iro'le H"tc-e F'-e Esflrnotes Suswa Iltis.d .IC "'r "c'' -" e" o 'HULL'S AUTO PARTS AND RI 1314 S. MAIN Pbs.n: 372-149 ANY SIZE 83 SER IES FREE MOUNTING 4

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