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BURKHOLDEK Knee uprising and the Kenosha Wisc., abbey people" he said.
1 Alligator Staff Writer ; take-overwas( addressing the 25th annual Nothing has changed within the last 100
., Latin American Studies Conference whose ,years concerning the U.S. government and its
v director of the American topic this i year was hemispheric Indian operations Means ;said. One hundred years
; (AIM),,said Friday the U.S. problems. ago. he said, there "was trouble'with blacks,
is killing the lives and culture of- Means said AIM contended the white man war with the Indian peoples, and corruption
}I Indians. ,in the United States "is a failure,"for "he in the White, House."
Of the Western copied his government from the red .man and Today, he stated, these same things still
I are perpetuating the genocide of his religion from the ()vernment." exist.
wherever we live and they are Means' also said the U.S. Constitution was FROM THE WHITE MAN, Means
the gun, the germ, with white, "walked on" by the white power structure.; maintained, Indian peoples in this ongoingwar
r with missionaries, and they are "THERE IS A 'provision in the Con have recehed the word "unity," which
''f. sophisticated and smart ways stitution that states that treaties with Indians "was given to us to confuse our minds."
I photo:by'fl.org. ; be aware of," Means told an or any other peoples are as good and as strongas
,. RUSSELL MEANS \the J. Wayne Reitz Union. the Constitution ,itself-and therefore they
', ,,.india"'movementleader a central figure! in the Wounded walk on their Constitution\ and on the Indian (See 'Means. page five)




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l', ,VOL.67 NO. 87
j f Puoiished by Campus vill., Florida Not,officially associated with the University'of Florida %
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may again limitBy .


GARY BALANOFF 60 per cent of the freshmen who
decided to'''attend UF. This
Alligator Staff Writer
was higher than normal ex I .. fS its
the admission of 600.
part over
,, UF admissions officials admitted
Vice President Harold
there'is a good chance the 're ent-
for last overad- _
limit of 2,900 freshmen will be exceeded year's
next fall quarter. "they'll sit still" tor small errors
,':t would mark the third consecutive the regents.

the 2,900 mark has been exceeded if UF admitting 2,950 would be ac
over it this tall."NOBODY 'said, "No problem." rq
IS EXPECTING us to THE show rate from the
right ton the nose" Richard Whitehead years" to determine how many to ,*
registrar, said referring to the limit. 4.rit
.. said. The "Show rate" is the e
Stirling W. Kolb freshman students who are accepted and
officer, said if "
the admissions fall
opposed to the number who are
2,850 and 2,950; we've done a very good decide to attend other schools. t'Y
Whitehead said there is probably no the admissions process,
'of 3.000.the freshmen enrollment going more said "I'm trying to outguess' ma
to the students. $
ABOUT 8,000 STUDENTS have ._ a,'

for admission freshmen at UF this everyone who applies until,Mar.I -,' _-,,___,_,_,_,..*_ 't e 4 'r
increase[ of 1.000 more than the same time I ( application deadline) will be a a'y
;year.. of admission. .
> a sf: A e x.r
Last fall 600 freshmen were admitted TO earlier reports of ad
the 2,900 limit. 'being done,on a "first-come,
"I don't think there's any magic" in basis,' Kolb said "That's not
number 2,900 Marshall Criser. ."
'chairman said.He added UF would our policy," Whitehead agreed.
accept the consequences of not being group of applicants will be
for, the additional, student.
UF MAY ACCEPT as many as '
'Freshmen five)
page
applications for admission this year.



t.Morecheat.ing reported.

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By STUART EMMRICH ; The maximum score the student could receive
andKAREN was a 15.Fagley. ,
...,'" MEYER emphasized that he thought ,
'Alligator- Staff WritersVfln Saunders' solution .was "very- fa> and
"
t equitable" and drew a distinction! that'it was' r A'i
,the wake of a"m3ss'ive, cheating scandal not so much(cheating as it was collaborationfor 't_ Y F Mt j I
.:'in,UF's College of Business Administration answers.
:'an" economics class has reportedly experienced "> ONE STUDENT" "Mho had confessed said
another substantial cheating effort Saunders told the class".on Monday that he
,: Students in Dr.;:Scott Saunders Economics had reason to believe there had been
vfcl, ,class were given a take ,home ,exam "widespread cheating" on the exam, which
around the first of February. When the exams had been graded over the weekend.
were, :returned," on Feb. 3. ,!students; said The student, who asked to' ..em Olin' "
Saunders announced that from the results he anonymous said Saunders asked students to I
could tell there had been cheating and that. he comedo his office to confess,
would take confessions in his' office. Saunders told the.,class that students' who,
TOM FAGLEY, 3BA, said Saunders told did not confess could,be accused of cheating photo by actcorps
the class he suspected 86 of 174 students of and'sent to the Honor Court'the student said. 'IT LOOKS LIKE BUGGY work for Patrick Peace Corps and VISTA, ,representatives
cheating. and had confessions from 51 1 .:of ""When I went toconfess." the student said, { ,will be ih front of Library ,West

,them.' : "there. .had alreadbeen., about", 60 con- volunteertif ( and, the Colonnade to recruit
opportunity: Those'students to'who take confessed'were another exam ':worth}liven .to study'Insects,and'the 'problems. they graduates. For story on the Peace'Corps,

,half as much,as the original l 30-point exam. (See 'Cl talillg. page five) ',cause Belize; to' crops, In the:Cayo District of see -page five. I'; -



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.2,lndop.nd.nt Florida Alligator,Monday,February 24, 1'75 .x




Gurney trial begins todayfor ,






conspiracy bribery .




Committee was in the last year of

TAMPA (UPI) _. Former U.S.. Sen. Ed- spiracy bribery receiving unlawful com- Watergate his first term when, he was indicted last year.

ward J. Gurney goes on trial Monday on pensation and making false declarations to agrand After the indictment he decided not to seek

charges he sold federal mortgage insurance jury. .
also will be tried for' con- re-election. .
builders' in exchange for Four others had.servedthree
guarantees to the The Winter Park. Fla.. attorney
slush fund. spiracy in connection with the fund which before suc-
contributions to a political terms in the U.S. House
Gurney 61, last year became the first U.S. prosecution says contained 5223160. Theyare and cessfully running for the Senate in 1968.

senator in 50 years to be indicted while still ins two former aides Joseph Bastien Key prosecution testimony in the trial is
Federal
James Groot and two former "Duke" Crit-
office. from Earl
to come
t SOURCES HAVE indicated the trial of the Housing Administration officials, Ralph expected of Orlando. former state GOP
tenden
t former Senate Watergate Committee member Koontz of Jacksonville and K. Wayne Swigerof chairman and Gurney's 1968 campaign

could last as long as'three months. Tampa. and George Annerson of Orlando. EDWARD J. GURNEY
. Gurney Florida's first Republican senator GURNEY ONE of the most outspoken chairman GOP treasurer. .indicted while a U.S. senator
the former state
Nixon
defenders'of former President' on
,since reconstruction. is charged with con-



will fall'" .
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: without additional US. supportdF capsule Wlr Editor .


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James without that additional assistance... y*!y\) r
I WASHINGTON (UPI) -' Defense Secretary thatvWerVtnadeavailable
Cambodia will "absolutely" fall to "We have now committed all of the funds
said Sunday "
Schlesinger "cannot
additional and without those funds Phnom Penh Turkish quell
troops
the Communists if Congress fails to provide an ,

| 5222 million to support the Phnom Penh government. survive.

Phnom Penh is virtually surrounded by Communist forces. ,Schlesinger also said he will order the armed services to rioters

i Its supplies have been cut off except for a U.S.-backed airlift. eliminate the two-year enlistment by July I in order to cut 10,000 1 street

ASKED IF the Country will fall without more U.S. fun: training costs and have more experienced men in uniform. (UPI) -. Turkish troops Sunday
< Schlesinger said"absolutely.I think that the chances of Minimum enlistment will then be three years. ERZICAN. Turkey
ding. 10.000
three hours of street rioting by persons
their surviving over a period of many months are minimal HE DEFENDED arms sales to the Middle East on grounds quelled nearly dead of gunshot wounds and 45
that left a 12-year-old boy,
'relations with the Arab nations and warned
they improve
showdown set .
injured.
Congress that the United States intends to "maintain whatever other persons factions battled with revolvers.
rival political
said
t WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress, ready and willing to presence is necessary to insure the security of"the Persian Gulf knives Police clubs and iron bars in the streets of this eastern

take on President Ford, hopes this week to junk the' ad from the standpoint of the Western world. D-Mass., Turkish town before troops summoned by Mayor Ibrahim
Edward Kennedy
ministration's tax on imported oil and, at the same time He called a proposal by Sen. Onen restored order.
sales to the Middle Easta
six month moratorium on arms
begin moving its own economic program. for a Arab nations and Police said 15 persons were arrested and more arrests were
would force
Ford is expected to veto sometime this week a 90-day "disastrous policy"because it They scanned press photographs of the disorders in an
closer likely.
the for the first Iran to seek weapons from the Soviets causing even which they said
suspension of the oil levy setting stage attempt to identify leaders of the outbursts.
showdown between the President and the heavily Democratic94th relations with that country. if have been intentionally provoked.The .
immediately replied in a statement that may
Congress.By Kennedy from a political street rally that involved
of U.S.interests in the rioting sprang
all head counts the House will hand Ford an initial. Schlesinger has a"clear understanding leftist .and rightist factions: Police said about two dozen
!,
should explain them to Congress
Persian Gulf' he
setback by overriding the, veto. But Republicans and interviewed ABC's "Issues and An persons began Fighting and the situation. quickly escalate4into
on
Schlesinger was
Senate will be extremelyclose.
Democrats agree that the vote in the a major incident.

/ swers. .

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EAG drafts tree-saving policyfor "'"




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By DONNA BRUGMAN "good will" of the officials who run physical plant depart- scaP Wt.,
by ss s os
Alligator Layout EditorUF's ments at the universities. e
"At UF we are very sensitive to trees on campus," said
Environmental Action Group (EAG) will submit a Calvin Greene,director of UF's Physical Plant Division. "But
policy statement on tree preservation to the.Board of Regents "
sometimes, he said,"we just have to remove them.
next week. "TYPICALLY FOR EVERY tree taken down, we plant 50 w
The statement, if adopted, will be included in the regents' to 100 more," Greene said.

operating manual. He said, trees are transplanted whenever possible, as longas
According to Paula,Smith, EAG special projects director, they are not "overly large." .
the statement is still in draft form, but it would probably be .
"I'm amazed at the success that the grounds departmenthas
finalized by Wednesday.THE had in transplanting large trees," Greene said.!
PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT is to develop a i
written policy on the preservation of trees at Florida's nine CALVIN GREENE
state universities, Smith said. (See 'Trees,' page seven) .physical plant director

I She said currently the preservation of trees rests upon the

I Shaara requests increase to cover infirmary costs I


By STUART EMMRICH on how the estimated $2.675 million in next Nick Lang explained the money was to be
Alligator Staff Writer year's activity fees should be allocated. used for a mini-convention and said "the
THE LARGEST EXPENSE in the Student committee felt these sort of programs might
Student Health Services, faced with a cost Government budget, supported solely by have an appeal to a wide group of people."I .
,overrun$95,845 on the planned addition to student activity funds, is salaries. Most of the
think a lot of us with Star
the Infirmary, Friday requested an allocationof budget, $163,310, has been allocated to pay Trek." Lang added. grew up
5671,546 of next year's student activity career service employes.
lees. SG officers' salaries stayed the same as this HEALTH DIRECTOR SHAARA ex-
The request submitted to the Activity and 'year,except for the Chief Justice of the Traffic plained to ASFAC Friday that the planned
Service Fee Advisory Council (ASFAC) is Court, who receive a $100 per quarter raise. addition. to the Infirmary'', although far
$57,151 more than last year's allocation. Other big expenses in the SG budget.include behind in schedule and almost double the*
RICHARD SHAARA director of the : S.G. Programs $85,100; Intramurals, estimated cost, was needed for the Infirmary
Student Health Services, explained the extra $57,255; S.G Administrative, $38,350; to offer adequate service.
allocation would go toward making up the Accent, $32,078; and Florida Players "
"Space is a critical problem with us,
addition deficit. 30606.
Shaara said, adding the addition should add
Also submitting a budget allocation requestto ONE OF THE MOST controversial expenses -
about six more examining rooms and a new
'ASFAC next year 'was Student Govern- at Friday's budget hearing was a $945 pharmacy. .
ment, which asked for'$539,045. allocation for the Star Trek Association for
,. No action was taken on either request Revival (STAR). A public hearing on any of the budgets and
Friday. ASFAC is scheduled to examine each Answering objections from some of the the process ASFAC goes through to allocate
DR. RICHARD SHAARA budget during the first week of March and ASFAC members about the allocation Senate funds is scheduled,for today in room 347 of
.asks$57,151 more than last year make recommendations to the Student Senates Budget and Finance Committee Chairman the J. Wayne Reitz Union from 4:30 to 6:30.:




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I hearings to determine ,bargaining!! units I


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ByGARYBALANOFF process as to the length of the formal
with Carpenter
Alligator Staff Writer These interveners will include the UF Engineering School disagreed

Formal hearings of the Public Employes Relations Faculty Association, Health Center Faculty Association Law hearings.
feel it's going to be just one week of morning
"We
Committee (PERC) will begin Mar. 10 in Tallahassee. School Faculty Association, and the Institute of Food and "Evidence be
said. can
Commission chairman Charles Freeman will conduct the Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) Faculty Association, along with hearings" Stevens presented very

hearings, which will allow faculty bargaining unions to the Florida State University Law School Faculty Assocationand quickly. .
Stevens said there are three major issues that need ,to be
present their arguments on size of the bargaining unit or the Florida Nurses Association. assistants
rebuttal at resolved: whether to include graduate in the
units. EACH UNION WILL then be able to present a
unit, whether anyone else should be in the unit
TWO PREVIOUS INFORMAL hearings were conductedin the end of the session.A bargaining
Tallahassee, at which time the faculty unions attempted to pre-hearing conference will start Feb. 27 at 1:30: p.m. At and whether faculty chairpersons should be considered on the

narrow down issues surrounding collective bargaining. that time, a hearing officer will listen to various union and bargaining or management side.
THOMPSON president of the IFAS
,
The formal hearings will continue through the week of regents arguments and will determine standard operating DR. BAFORD
said it "gratifying" to have Freeman
Association, was
Mar. 10, after which the hearings may be moved from' procedure for the formal hearings. Faculty
Tallahassee to Gainesville, according to Cathy Brindcll, "I doubt if much can be accomplished in that (the Feb. 27 handle the formal hearings because it meant the commissionfelt

PERC legal counsel. conference)," Dr. Ron Carpenter, vice chairman of AAUP-, faculty bargaining was one of the most important set of

The United Faculty of Florida'(UFF) will be first'on the FIa. said. hearings."We .
agenda because they were the first union to be registered with "I DO NOT anticipate: a quick set of hearings" Carpentersaid. will hopefully have some witnesses" that can sub-
PERC. "There are some real substantive issues'that have to be stantiate the points we wish to make, Thompson said.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS will follow UFF with their dealt with." Dr. Bernard Leadon, president of the Engineering Faculty

witnesses, and the American Association of University Carpenter said the issue of whether department chair Association and Dr. James Quarles, president of the Law

Professors (AAUP-FIa.) will go third.A persons should be considered part of the bargaining unit School Faculty Association, said they had not been notified of

number of other interveners in the collective bargaining would take the longest time to resolve. the hearings.



I Women's conference stresses high-level jobsBy I



LESLIE GOLAY that she is qualified and dependable."If important woman who's done the work, I let_ them know you
".
Alligator Staff Writer you have a better idea on how to do something, tell it are ambitious.
quickly to your superior or someone else will do it before you Both Elledge and Gordon agreed a woman should not be

'"We can change the world, and it begins with yourself," do and get all the credit," she said. afraid of the risk of changing jobs. They advised women not to

state Rep. Elaine Gordon (D.-Miami) told her audience of Dr. Freddie Grooms, assistant to the president for Minority get into a dead-end job and to change jobs when they felt they

mostly women at the statewide "Women in Mangement Affairs at Florida State University, said, "Don't be modest in weren't going anywhere.

Conference" Friday evening at the Hilton Inn. the business world, if you're capable, then present yourselfthat EDNA TAIT, CHAIRWOMAN for the Governor's
"It's time now for women to be sharing with one another. way.". Committee on the Status of Women, Spoke on the formationof

It's time_now to get rid of that little-girl competitiveness. It's GROOMS SAID, "YOU DESERVE the right of a denial a talent bank for state agencies which would place qualified

very important tor women to move into positions of leader- when applying for a job. Follow-up, follow-through, get an women in job avacancies state-wide.
ship." said the energetic representative. answer and find out why you were not hired." "A computerized talent bank,would be set up so that the

GORDON, A STRONG SUPPORTER of the Equal Rights "If you had all the qualifications for the job, then look into next time an official says 'I sure would like to-hire a top-level

Amendment in the State House of Representatives and the the reasons for your denial and file a complaint if you see woman but I can't find any,' then the computer will popoutthe

first woman to chair a committee in the House said she first discrimination. It may not get you a job,'but it may raise the names of 35 top-level qualified women," Talt explained.Rep. .

got her inspiration to run tor the legislature at a women's consciousness of that employer," she said. Mary Singleton (D.-Jacksonville).who also attendedthe

meeting like this in Gainesville four years ago. She also stressed the importance of women helping each three-day conference, said, "My hair stood on end when 1

She also advised women to surround themselves and travel other once they get into high positions. "Play rabbit and found out that women teachers don't get paid the same as

with successful people. increase the number of women in your area. Once you open men teachers for the same job."

"You'd be surprised what you learn when someone has a the doors, be careful you don't close them on others." "They negotiate salaries with women but they don't with

drink or two. That's how I've' learned a lot in the legislature. men." she added.

They have a couple of drinks and talk about how they run the KAY ELLEDGE, DIRECTOR of federal programs at When asked about the progress of the ERA, Singleton said,

world." she said. Brevard Community College said, "Job descriptions "In the Senate Senate President Dempsey Barron wants no

AFTER TilE PANEL discussion Gordon gave a vitally important. Mine's so broad that everyone dumps part of it. He doesn't even want to bring it up to the floor. I

presentation on how a person can make money selling Amway everything in my lap. I'm in the process of defining my job believe the vote in the Senate is divided 20 to 20."

household cleaning products. She is a representative of the right now." "There are many myths that have to .be worked on. We

company. Elledge stressed the importance of high visibility in a job. have to resolve things that people are concerning themselves

Gordon gave advice on how a woman can show her boss "If you do a job well, then let yourself be seen.You be the about needlessly," she said.!





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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Grecian FeastFEB.


ULIET H SPIRITS Jean.Claude Van
(faille, playwright of 25 6:30: P.M.
the modern theatre,

This I is Federico .Fellinl film about the role of a will University be at Florida the ARREDONDO ROOM
woman In marriage featuring hit wife Giulietta z as an Artlst'lnResidence -
MOl na. ,The plot It a framework for a dazzling 4 from 4th FLOORJ.
study of a woman't mind. expoted through 'r. March U. During
painful encounter with the subconscious and ru this time he will be WAYNE
REITZ
tpintual word: The film also become the t'' conducting
sitting for visual experiments with stunning sits : ,. workshops and UNION
and elaborate cottumet at tubtlety It discarded I : seminars In creative
in favor of a lavish" and overwhelming display. :. writing, acting and
i< Italian with English" tubtitlet W '. 'v, directing as well as
MON.. KB 24. 7:00: ; 10:00 f. 9 i speaking In mass O
SOc lectures and to ip .
MSI AUD. : .
I dividual classes. In
addition, there willbefimeswhenhewill

fJt- r <,J,..
probably make 1 1s
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CREA I .
Jt :t && .wNtwm. 4J himself available to
NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY Jt All Union activities art free and open to individuals i I I l In I
COOKERY the public. Because attendance for most Lounges 122 & 123
Jt things Is limited,registration by phone will JWRU, depending on
be held beginning February 17 on a first his time
WORKSHOP
: : come, first-served basis

Actors Workshop: Tues. & Wed., March 4 & 5 O
: : limit: 35 200400: : p,",., Ballroom III
,
JWRU Instructions: wear flU
Jt l l i r 9
It work clothes or leotardsand
: The program will Include an
Jt soft soled or ballet
artifacts,
It Jt Shoes. assemblage of
A series of informal I.ctur.- It Featuring the preparation of .. Jt Creative Writing Seminar; Mon. & Tues., March 3 & 4 music, exhibits and entertainment -
discussions on various topic concerning :It Eggplant PannelOn by John limit: 20 r- 10:0012 Noon, Ballroom, from the home

personal growth and ]* Chamb.n. .'.Jt.. ,>t notebook JWRU.lnstructlons and pencils.Director's : .Bring country as well as a feasting
development. ]It upon typical Grecian food.
Thurs.,
Workshop: March 6,2:00'4:00: : pm
CONFRONTATION WITH DEATH J.. W.dn.sdey, February 26, : limit: 2O..? Frl March 7 10:00.12 Ballroom, U of F Students $3.50
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I Tarzan ? No Peace G,0f'psworkers fill jungle; I



By RUSSELL BLOOM highly skilled volunteers.
Alligator Correspondent "The changes the Peace Corps' has experienced
Deepest darkest Africa. aren't due only to changes in powerin
Visions of huge snakes winding themselves Washington" Mailander said. "Our
stealthily from tangled vines and j jungle trees. society has changed tremendously since the
Unknown sounds. .danger. .sudden death. I I960's. In the early days applications were up.
Drums beating somewhere in the distance. The nation was more idealistic and the
Natives engaged in tribal warfare. programs reflected this idealism.
THANKS TO JOHNNIE WEISMULLER, f "NOW YOUNG PEOPLE ARE more
Maureen O'Sullivan and Cheeta the chimpanzee MM+' a jpf pragmatic. They ask how PeacejCorps serviceis
Africa conjures up pictures in the going to help them in seeking employmentlater !
mind's eye of rampaging elephants, fierce on:' Mailander said.
crocodiles and primitive natives running One factor reviving interest in the Peace
around with poison-tipped spears and arrows. f Corps is the current recession. With uncertainjob
Bob Mailander says this isn't so, and since + prospects after graduation, a' lot of
he lived two years in the little African villageof graduating seniors are finding the Peace
Bocanda, he should know. Bocanda is justa Corps looking better and better.
good day's walk from Dimbokro.'Dimbokrois Mailander said that he hopes to get about
only a half day's bus trip from Abidjan, and <, t 40 applications from UF.
Abidjan is the capital of the Ivory Coast, a THE PEACE CORPS NOW has 7,000
former French colony tucked into West Africa A volunteers serving in more than, bS foreign
between Liberia and Ghana. countries.
.In other words Bob Mailander spent two by peace corps Volunteers don't have to be college
years in the boondocks of the Ivory Coast as a PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER IN AFGHANISTAN graduates Mailander said, but it is a good
Peace Corps volunteer: ,a college grad, like most, he helps with agriculturephoto starting place.
HE IS ON CAMPUS this week recruiting "They either have to be graduates or have a
volunteers from UF for Peace Corps and invitation to train for a program in the Ivory catalyst.! Show people where to go when they good skill like plumbing, carpentry, library
VISTA projects scheduled to begin in'June.He Coast. I took a chance," he said. need to find water pipes, that sort of thing. science-with several years of actual ex
saad conditions in Bocanda weren't all MAILANDER HAS FEW illusions about Goodwill ambassadors, don't put that,in, but perience.
that primitive."I how his Peace Corps stint changed the world. that's what we are." "THE MINIMUM AGE IS 18, but there'sno
1 lived in a concrete block house and I He helped organize coffee cooperativesamong He said that the Peace Corps has changed upper age limit.,The Peace Corps accepts
even had running water and electricity," the local farmers. The Ivory Coast somewhat over the last four or five years. both single people and couples."
Mailander said. "Some of my neighbors drove ranks among the world leaders in coffee Foreign nationals play a greater role today in Mailander explained that it's impossible to
Mercedes Benzes. They were related to the exportation. deciding what kinds of projects they want really describe what a Peace Corps experienceis
president of the country, though. All the wild Although he doesn't think that anything he than in the early days of the Peace Corps.A like. "That varies from person to person
animals had cleared out years before." did will be remembered in 100 years, or even few years back the Peace Corps imagewas and from place to place," he said. "The Peace
EAT YOUR HEART OUT, Johnnie 10, Mailander emphasized that the ex one of altruistic and idealistic young Corps experience often changes a volunteer's
Weismuller. perience is very worthwhile. college\ graduates out to save the world. values in dramatic ways, though.
Mailander said he didn't join the Peace "What you accomplish i is more of a per "BUT MORE AND MORE developing "It's a fundamental experience. It changes
Corps for humanitarian reasons."I sonal thing. You've come into contact with countries are asking for teachers and people your perspective and values. ,on what
wanted to travel and I was disenchantedwith people and leave an impression of what it with agricultural experience or knowledge," education means.
what I was trained to do by my degree in means to be an American and they leave an Mailander said "We've become very parochial in the
business. The draft was alive and well in those impression on you of what it means to be an During the Nixon years, the Peace Corps'top United States. We relate everything to us. The s
days. I just sent in my application and forgot African. brass tried to justify programs on a cost- Peace Corps shows you that you're just a part ;
about it. I even took a job, but then I got the "THE PRIMARY THING is to be a efficiency basis, emphasizing the need for of a bigger scene." ,


Meansfrom Marston decides statusof

( page one) He added that he and his advisors intend togo

"We never hear" he said, "the word to New York City Saturday, Feb. 22, and
respect-respect tor our brothers' vision." meet with, nine international lawyers to public interest
The white-originated word "unity" is always. discuss plans for. working within the international groupPresident
substituted, he continued. sphere."Through
Means said in an interview with The many different types of Robert Q.Marston will meet with Regents' bill allowing state universities to setup
Alligator that the American Indian was "to a strategies," he ,said "we can become a free the Public Interest Research Croup(PIRG) a consumer interest group on campus with ti
minute degree" now experiencing better and independent people! who have a right to today at 4 p.m. to discuss the establishment of voluntary, funding.
relations with the U.S. government. be a member of the international com PIRG as a student-funded organization aUF, Marietta said they have tilled the regents 3
HOWEVER, "the important thing to be munity-and this is what AIM is all about." Roxanne Marietta, president of UF's PIRG, requirements with the 1972 petition.
remembered is that the statistics of suppression Means told The Alligator that the results of Michael Berman, a Washington lawyer who However, Vice President for Student Affairs
deprivation and oppression of the the Latin American conference were exactly advises PIRG groups, and interested studentswill Arthur Sandeen said the petition is
American Indian are growing worse, not what he had expected: "communication with defend at today's meeting the validity of a invalid because it is not representative x>f the
better," he added. our'South and Central American brethren." petition containing 12,000 signatures current student body. t
The only tenable solution, he said, "is MEANS SAID he was here without official collected in 197273. More than 70 per cent of the student body, :
independence, damn it!" UF sanction and had to raise money privatelyin The petition, signed by 51 per cent of the or 18.000 new students, have come to UF
In the continuing tight to gain Indian rights order to attend the conference.The then-student body in favor of voluntary since the old petition was completed, Sandeen
and sovereignty Means told the conferencehis [ outspoken Indian leader said AIM has funding! is a stipulation of last year's Board of said.
group is taking its appeals into the international had "no problem" with the working press.
arena. "It's the ones in the ivory towers who make Cheatingfrom
"THE LATEST major thing we're doing is the decisions, the editors and publishers, that
working with the United Nations," he said. I have trouble ,with" he said. (. page one) Denson said he does not encourage" a
lessions. professor "doing it his own way. .
THE CHEATING alleged by Saunders
Freshmenfrom involved conferring between two or more He said the current situation is admittedly
students on answers to the take-home exam, A special one "where a professor might wantto
( page one) THERE IS ALSO the problem of the high, the student said. come up with his own procedures."
informed that UF will not be able to make a school student who,applies to several schools? "I 1 just didn't want to sit in limbo until I got "But I"don't approve of that as a blanket
decision on their applications until late and picks from those who accept him or her., the test back," the student said, explainingwhy practice, Denson said.
March or early April, according to Kolb "All freshmen students were required to she decided to confess.In DENSON SAID he advised faculty
AT THAT TIME, a number of studentswill live in University housing," Whitehead said. addition the student said, she did not members dealing with cheating incidents to
be admitted to meet the 2,900 figure. "In the past that was a good way of knowing" want to be called before the Honor Court on turn them over to the Honor Court. '
"We hold a large number in the deferred who would attend UF. cheating charges during their investigation ofa Irving Goffman, chairman of the economic
category," White said. Those who paid housing fees were con Business Administration cheating ring. department, said he was aware of the cheating
About 2.500 high school students have sidered much more real as prospective The student said. "I'm. sure most of the incident and he understood Saunders "had
already been accepted as students for this fall, students than those who didn't pay the fees. class did that kind of thing" referring to soUed ,that completely with his class."
but Kolb said "some of the 2.500 have not WHEN UF HOUSING officials polled conferring on the take-home exam.
responded and hate been cancelled." '3.400 entering freshmen last tear, only 199 "1 CHEATED, it's as simple as that," she GofCman, who said he had discussed the ,
KOLB ADDED a UF freshman applicantwho chose to take advantage of the "new opportunity said incident with Saunders said he did not know
has been accepted has five weeks to to mote off-campus. Saunders could not be reached for ,how many students were Involved, but thoughtthe
respond to the notice of acceptance. "Those who pay hate far less attrition than comment: Sunday. figures indicating almost half of the class
"The ,figure will vary" Kolb said of the those who don't.:' he said. "The housing Director of Student Conduct Rob Denson, was involved were "out of line.'
percentages admissions and acceptances. contract is due back 30 days after,the offer of said he heard of the incident "right away GOFFMAN SAID Saunders offered the
"The economy has a Urge effect." application is, made." when Saunders announced he would" take' students.the, choice of going to the Honor
Kolb aid many. students are stajing at Whitehead said the accepted applicant has confessions Feb. 3. .' Court handling it through the class con
,home and'going to community colleges to cave to either pay the housing fee the expense of .going) away to school. apply for a waiter to live ofT campus. currently frozen Hones ,.,Court hearings*.. betweentbemselves'and-Saundcn.'



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Florida Alligator Monday.February 2A. 1975 j LEWISJwlryCompany "ulRH HORSEBACK: RIDING
ROCION"M" RANCH
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I' Federal career workshop today I CLASS DIAMONDSWATCH RINGS i'..': 'fi'Y mJ.ifW: ; Also hones for al*. 591-
1347 20 ml. So of
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The UF Placement Center is sponsoring Representatives from federal agencies'will REPAIRS o/mi641"-. Galnosvlllo on new 441
Federal Career Day today from 9 a.m. to 4 discuss job opportunities and application 200 W.University Ave. ./ u ,.
I p.m. in room 361 of the J. Wayne Reitz procedures with students interested in 372.4106
Union. working for the federal government.
JUST SITTING AROUND, ?

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DONNA BRUGMAN Donald Mock at 3732775. ,1 A year,in, VISTA 01 2 yeon In Peac.U. .
Alligator Layout Editor RODEO CLUB will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in ..your collage degree i"a creative'meaningful life and to..h.I"\ ..of those you'll be h.lplng.
JEWISH HOLIDAYS Purim-Megillah room 2102, McCarty Hall. For further Information Corps will odd a unique dimension b your .

reading Monday, 7 p.m. at the Hillel call Robert Barnum at 3725073. Peace Corps and VISTA offer more than 700 choices of volunteer aN assignments I""agricul"'re.the business U.S.A...
th.
Foundation. For further information call TEACHING Ui the System session tonight at Africa AlIa.Latin America ._e n South. low.P'oclfiC.liberal: am.program.home canomics. om i crafts, vocoa
3722900. 7 p.m. in room 122, J. Wayne Reitz Union. education Orchit.cture er+g g
other field.
For further information call 3921261. lIonal educatlOl'l and many
LECTURE "Our
SCIENCE
CHRISTIAN ......,..ch.II......SH"' P c.Corp VlSTA
Thinking and Our World" will be presented ORTHODOX CHURCH and Today's World r.cru.round' 11 nowh.. ..24.27. aut",h..CCelo nede'"In......the......."'w....
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz will be the lecture topic tonight at 7:30: p.m. in Felt
Union rooms 346-347 for further information room 339. J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further
contact Rick Stewart at 3731850. information call 3927526.
CITIZEN ADVOCATES: orientation sessionat HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 p.m.
Sunland Training Center, Inservice in room 220. Florida Gym. For further information ir

Training building, tonight at 7 p.m. Open to call 377-5329.. .
anyone who would like to work one-to-one FLA. SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY: will
with the retarded. For further informationcall meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in room '215. Little
Roberta Malavenda at 3781409. Hall. For further information call 378-6144. PATHWAY 4

ECKANAR SATSANG: will hold an introductory ART SHOW: Tuesday from 7-10 p.m. i in For the & \ * *,* *,* * *'* *.* *
in Area building.
talk Tuesday.at 7:30 p.m. room Murphree commons

339. J. Wayne'call Reitz 377.6453 Union.373-8393 For further or 376-information tagnino further at information 3926091. contact Norma Mon-. ) MOVED! !! i

0863. BLACK LIT AND MUSIC presentation in <*>
PEACE CORPS AND VISTA recruitment the Murphhee Area commons building
Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. until tonight from 7.9 p.m. For further informationcall AND IT'S CELEBRATING WITH A BIG!II! i

5 p.m. in front of Library West and the Norma Montagnino at 3926091. >
Colonnade. Looking for June graduates in all. FUTURE FARMERS: will meet tonight at 8 =:' 1t.SALE.i' 4>
fields.. p.m. in room 1151. McCarty Hall. For further 4*
AGRICULTURE STUDENT COUNCIL: information call 3920502.

meeting on Tuesday at 4:30: p.m. in room GEOGRAPHY STUDENT association will SUPPLY i
103 I. McCarty Hall. hold a general meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. in 20 to 50 % OFF *

BOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCILS: will room 203 Bryan Hall. All Geography majors .".:.:.:.....:.=.;.....;.:.:_":;.....1.:":;..".:..:.:'...::..:"..:.:.J""I:.:."..: ::": :..'.:.;.;."..;.:.:;..".''::.."..::..:."..;:.:;.aOB8: : :..,,:.:.: f feb. 24 *>
meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 356 J. are invited. For further information call 392- .
Wayne Reitz Union. 0496. 'thru
NUCLEAR SCIENCE: lecture and tour on FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet tonight at 13 th ST. 4>
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. in room 227, Nuclear 4:45: p.m. in Constans Theatre. For further : 2929.NW march <<**>
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further information please contact the Health and bladder. The causes of the diseaseare
Education Office at the Student Health not understood. r
Service-room 237.) Why is it that I eat twice as much as my ROUGHL .l
roommate (we're the same height and weight) '
When you are trying to remove a particle and she has to watch her weight? 'lIf f
from the eye. ,do you pull the eyelid down or Although two people may weight the same t
what? differences of age amount of daily exercise WEEKEND?
You should wash the eye by pouring water and rate of metabolism can mean you will '
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not come out easily, place a dressing or pieceof maintain your weight.
moist cotton on the closed lid. bandage it What could cause my stomach to get upset
loosely and see a physician.Is before I eat?
Let Allen's ease back into the week,
it natural for your blood pressure to go t It could be due to smoking habits. Tar help you
up as you get older? and smoke irritants stimulate the secretion of serving Gainesville's finest sandwiches & subs at

It's true that older people. on the average saliva as they are inhaled into the body. The the best prices to be found. '

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CHALLENGING.. EXCITING... Trees- .
(from page three)

GREENE SAID HE DiDN'T think it was necessary to havea
One year study program in English in Israel for American and written policy such as EAG is suggesting. "We do it daily."

Canadian! !! students at the University of Haifa starting July 20, The draft form of the statement requests four policies to be
included in the regents operating manual.
1975
through June 30 1976.Program.
,
is and all flowering
The first request to protect preserve
plants two inches in diameter and all trees four inches in
Features : H.: diameter that are at breast height.
':" ., ; SMITII SAID BREAST HEIGHT is about four and a half
< feet from the ground and is a standard measure in deter-

Small groups ., ,":'.,.;<: .<..... '.' mining a tree's height.
Israel and Middle East d**' >j '(,,,::'...( '. The second proposal is to develop publish and enforce a
,
policy governing the removal of trees and their destructionon
" Contemporary Scene ': s Ifefe: ," all university property.The .
Integration into Israel student life and cultural life. of Haifa third inclusion is to protect and preserve all trees not
s Guided individual student field protects :; :".%:: being removed' from construction sites.
TilE FOURTH PROPOSAL WOULD be to develop a
presidential committee similar to the Econological Committeeat
: Costs : Florida Technological University (FTU) in Orlando.
i Smith said the FTU committee as part of its job reviews
TUITION the destruction and preservation of trees from an en-
(including registration) i. vironmental angle.
Ulpan and Academic Studies $1,400 She said this committee has been in existence for about two
years and despite some problems they have been very ef-

HOUSING (two students in room, for the year) ,each, $550 fective.THE DRAFT FORM OF the fourth proposal. includes

several points.
Transportation Additional The committee would consist of seven members. EAG
recommends the members should be one university planner,a
For additional l information and applications write to: representative from the plants and grounds division
(preferably a director or superintendent) a faculty ecologist, .
AMERICAN FRIENDS two faculty members from the departments of horticulture
forestry or botany, an environmental engineer! (preferably one
who knows hydrology) and the seventh member would be a
OF HAIFA UNIVERSITY student.

Another point is the committee would hold open meetingsfor
500 FIFTH AVENUE SUITE 802 public: discussion no sooner than'two weeks after giving
public notice.
SMITH SAID PUBLIC NOTICE would include giving the
NEW YORK NEW YORK 10036 time place and agenda of the meeting through a university-
wide medium. The agenda would include which trees were
being considered at the meeting.She .
said they are also asking that all trees being considered
should be visibly marked by a tag one week prior to the

DOMINO'S INFLATION meeting."This is still draft form and some things could change by
Wednesday" Smith said. She did say she didn't think too
many things would change.
FIGHTING SALEOrder ALSO BEING SENT TO the regents with the policy
statement is a report on information gathered from the nine
universities concerning each schools' tree policies.
Smith said there aren't any universities with a written
policy concerning the preservation of trees on campus.
Included with the report will be a statement from EAG on
why they think their policy should,be included in the regents
I your favorite Domino's Pizza this manual. '
week and we'll add FREE. pepperoni on Smith said trees aid in water and soil retention tem-
request. perature control they cut down on dust and noise, they act as
wildlife refuges, and they enhance the beauty of the campus.



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..Hie Independent Florida Alligator Monday February 24 1975 m /JlJrSOtI'. OiSlPqw! l UI Att EP[,l iSm
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The 24th weekIt 11IER Ptbt Nf5AtlP P OIMpilN6c otID5.YD4Wt61.6'f
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is unfortunate the convictionlast
manslaughter
CATS MND W1GRE5tMEN? TEY 9fPAoCtt
week of Dr.. Kenneth Edelin should be the .. ,
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: AS USUAL-,-me Co I.A.W1 DftIY AIL
focal point for renewed controversy over abortion. : >v two wl E6E c1yeuR ACiVIt1E LGltJce

Unfortunate because the specific evidence in fOR scw.e1t 5ANE REASON J 1Kiq ARe n.-

Edelin's, particular case ,is too contradictory? too ... :: U'AL. POUOOWINEtlllWMlSSlDNWEf
clouded by emotional and factual conflict, to draw 601 A P1uy dog y% VOWN u1 ctUt..e!

specific conclusions from 1,200 miles away. 1H13\ tAWILbsEtFVW1lwccRY
IH SfDNi>5CC
However, the broad issues raised by the case, -
while equally difficult to deal with-are too im- .::. \ Iy (}J1l'I I: Of

portant to withold commentSo 1'U 1"Yr1JitPCf

while we will refer here to specific aspects of UeeJaY."

the Edelin case, we will not argue one way or the
other with the jury's finding in Boston.

But we will say that if Edelin committed the acts

the Commonwealth of Massachussetts says he did, :SS1S:kv ::: 51

and if the fetus he allegedly committed them on !

was a viable human being, then the principle l lto

endorsed by the jury's finding was a just one.

The principle is that a medical doctor, in

performing a perfectly legal abortion, is not absolved

of his responsibility to do everything he can

to maintain the life of the fetus if it can survive

outside, the mother's womb.

With the Edelin case, viability-the ability the

fetus to survive outside the womb, albeit with The old PonzigameIda
medical assistance- has become a legal age

definition for the starting point of human life and
human rights. Fuller passed away recently at the age ot 100.
Did heard of Ida FullerThat's not
you say you've never
The U.S. Supreme Court, in January 1973,
surprising. Her name wasn't very well known.
accepted medical evidence that viability is HER NUMBER, on the other hand was,quite famous. BRIAN DONERLY
achieved between the 24th and 28th weeks of She was Number One. That's Social Security number(000-)()(

pregnancy, or during the "third trimester." The 000001.It .
Court ruled states could not prohibit abortions was quite a nice deal for Ida Fuller. She put $22 into L OPINIONnobody
Social Security and got back$20,940.85. That's a 104,177 per
before the 24th week, but could restrict them _
cent return on her investment. Even after ,deducting a
afterward. few thousand per cent for inflation, that's a pretty fair return.It goes to jail. Instead, the clowns get reelected tor
There was conflicting expert testimony in the would seem that Number One has received 20918.85 in causing all those lovely checks to be sent out. .
Edelin trial as to the age of the aborted fetus., The free money. But, as Robert Heinlein has pointed out, there THE AMAZING thing about social security is its con-
jury found the fetus was old enough to be viable, ain't no such thing as a free lunch. Ida Fuller has just gotten tinuing popularity. By the standards of any other insurance
it is It's beginning to challenge the
for lunch. bankrupt.
someone else to pay program
and found 'Edelin guilty of smothering a human That "someone else" is everybody who earns a wage. By income tax as the biggest bite out of your paycheck.And .
being after removing it from the womb.In the end of Old Numbet One's life, the U.S. government was despite all this, questioning social security is still
addition, Edelin's lawyers argued that deathof putting the bite on paychecks for about $80 billion per year. political suicide.
the fetus is inherent in any abortion. The AND,OF COURSE, it was that $80 billion that was payingfor Despite the popularity of Social Security, one small reform
prosecution's argument, which we endorse, was Ida Fuller's benefits. Since, the money being stolen fromtoday's has been floating around: in some circles. Starting with the
paychecks is going to buy the votes today's retirees reasonabJe premise'that the illusion of social security as
that abortion the termination of
signifies only
where will the money come from to pay us off when we're 65? insurance is no longer sustainable some people are urging
pregnancy, and not necessarily the death of the You guessed it. It will come from the paychecks of today's that the program be run honestly
fetus.We children and wage-earners yet unborn. To them this means financing social securjty out of general
accept the Supreme Court's ruling that This is what the United States government calls insurance. revenue funds, rather than a special tax.
viability occurs between the 24th and 28th week of It's what the rest of the world calls a Ponzi game; after the The advantages are:
pregnancy. And we continue to support the rightof swindler of.the same name. .No more irritating FICA tax on the paycheck.No .
women to make their own moral decisions to You may have beard about the oil exploration swindle that more nasty jokes about social security being bankrupt.
caught quite a.few big names including "Adam Smith, the By financing social security with a progressive income tax
terminate pregnancy during the first six months. author of"Supermoney." The swindlers paid off each wave it would become an instrument of income redistribution.
And further, we support the right of women to of investors with the money from the next wave. THIS "REFORM" will probably come' about in a few
make that same moral decision after the 24th THIS'CREATED the illusion of a fast-growing business years. It will eliminate all of social security's problems except
week-the right to have a legal abortion in the with a good rate of return. The investors didn't realize that the following;
third trimester.. there was so much cash floating around only because the They will still be stealing $80 billion (or more) per year.
company wasn't wasting any of it looking for oil. Naturally, I You will still be forced to participate. '
But we cannot support the abandonment of adoctor's the whole thing for the It will
collapsed eventually roughly same still be based on the grossly paternalistic idea that
responsibility to maintain human life. reasons that chain letters don't work forever. the government knows better than you do how to plan for your
Is it right to bring an unwanted human being That's an example of a Ponzi game in the private sector. As old age.
into the world? We would say no, and we advocatethe bad as it!.is, it's better than social security. No one is forced toparticipate. But these are small considerations, based on outmoded
availability of cheap, safe contraceptives and The people. running the show usuallyend ideas like human freedom. The "reform" will take care of
up behind bars. social security's public relations problems, and that's what
educated family planning.But However, when the .government pulls off a ,Ponzi game metters.
it is our belief that by the time the problemgets --- -
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trimester, the only thing that matters is the The Independent David Smith T.ni Wood
preservation of human life. And if what Dr. Editor I
in chief .
Managing Editor
Kenneth Edelin held in his hands in the operatingroom r,

of Boston City Hospital was a human being, FwndaAlligmorall .

he should have used every bit of his skill and a '
uCaK'
training to keep it alive. < David Weln Donna Brvgman Brian Jones

The Edelin case is being appealed, and its final tP News Editor Layout Editor LoyoU Editor

resolution may shed an entirely new light on the RX"Tony" Kendzior... .. .. ..,. .........., ,..,...:. .......r..,.General l Man ger .
question of when human life begins. It in James V.Cook ............... .+... .. ......,.., ,... ....,....Assistant General Manager Published by
may .. ... .... ...: :.. .
Mrs. Evelyn Best. t,'" : -.!. .: :.. ......Administrative Assistant
fact, eliminate legal abortions after the 24th week Anne MOlphurs ..... ... '.,'.:.''..p.; ..:Y."i-Rfc! tt"......1.:,.....,..h.,....Bookkeeper Campus Communication ino.
of pregnancy throughout the nation. C.Roy Shipp .. ...... .'.':. .'.'!'.. ."1:,.: ,,fT7,7r.,,-.........t. ..... .. .Business Manager
But in light of existing evidence and with the Tom MacNamara .... ..."1 J 11' .. .. .Aft.V.,..:. ..'*.....:...... ,., ..... ... .....Accountant. P.O. Box 13266 University
Ray McGee Jr. .......... ;.............._.....*.. ...... ...... ...Advertising Manager Station Gainesville, Florida with
trembling judgment human beings are forced to Donna Lubrano.Advertising Coordinator offices behind the College Inn

exercise in the most difficult situations, we will not hey Harper .. ... .... ...... .'.... .':.. ........ .....,....,Special Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
condone the death penalty for a human being one Lynda Homier ., .. ....... .. .. ..... ... ... ..,'., .y.. ..Advertising Production Manager Business Office phone: 3764446.
DianaSnyder..F.........,........Editorial Production Manager Editorial Deportment: 376-4458
minute old any more than we will condone it for a Lynn Sokler........;:;...s. ... .>k...... ......... eo ........Editorial Production Manager Advertising and Production_
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I A not-so-subtle .put-down on taste I IEDITORi



I lam a student of the gospel. As such, I am a gross disservice to the other. May your readership be assuredof you Leonardo level thinkers) to print this letter, in the midst
fateful sufferer ofcacoethes, scribendi: a diseased propensityfor better judgement in the future? A newspaper is obligatedto of a recession, considering your paper's overhead and the
writing. As recently ai Feb. 13th, your paper got my serve the masses what they want to read in order to satisfy possible loss of ad revenue which might accrue,thenyouare a
bowels in an uproar. While reading the Alligator during my mutual interests. But that ad is bad public relations. newspaper with a moral,conscience an4 I congratulate you.
ministerial period, ,I received a severe cramp. (You see, I Professional journalistic jurisprudence demands that press And to you Alligator Readers: in the interest of affirmation
cannot afford lunch so I read the food ads as a substitute.) freedom be balanced by press'responsibility in determining negation, keep them cards and letters coming.Oh .
Leonardo's advertisement left a sour residue all afternoon. published material., by the way if Leonardo's insists on running the picture'
Very poor taste. As a joke, an advertisement come-on, or a The real tragedy of this affair is the cheap, demeaning of the nude male on their pizza ad as in Monday's Gator of.
conversation piece, it was a not so subtle put-down of student attitude the world, specifically the business community, has in the 17th 4 please put two tomatoes alongside-the sprig ofN
taste, piece by piece, or no matter how you slice it. The regard to personal values such as sexual expression. Usingthe parsley. French dressing would top off that salad. I hear
picture accompanying. it was lewd and lascivious. sex drive as an inducement to stimulate business is un they've got a new pizza at Leonardo's called the
I submit that the aforementioned ad of Thursday, February13th fortunately the way the economy of our society operates. Our "gastrorgasm", It makes your bowels roar with delight. ,
was of raw humor and request that in the future economy may well be at a change of life, but I hope it doesn't SERIOUSLY Y, I hope the notoriety caused by this' letter
Leonardo's refrain. from such vulgarity. Do they serve pizzasraw take literary pornography to get it back in the groove. doesn't generate any pizza business. That would be ',a
also? FAR BE IT from me to obstruct the bowels of justice and gas.'t .Say, who cuts the cheeze Leonardo's anyway?
I don't know if the fault lies with Leonardo's for the ad's liberty. After all, look what happened to the late Albert, now :
!suggestion, or with your ad staff artist, but one of you did a deceased. If you have the intesticle fortitude (a euphemism:
Judson, ; Ray


I Cheating- as a crime ,, .,.. f ,'. ",",": '.

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EDITOR To open the the criminal justice system not be covered by the Sunshine ADVICE & DISSENT : :,; '
proceedings and hearings of should be available to assure Law.A ,,
the Honor Court at the fairness and justice.As shadow of doubt has :'" ) T:

University of Florida to the I understand, the Honor been cast over those business .' '.'.":,.{i. ,I;. ,
.
view of the news media and Court is an advisory body, students who did. not cheat, \
the general public would that is a a group of students but unfortunately revealingthe :#
come very close to making advising the University administrator names of those who were WaitIngforButIe'Just
cheating a crime. It would in charge of caught and punished will not ;:
allow the State of Florida student conduct of its opinion remove any lingering
through the University to about an individual student's suspicions that others were
brand, publicly, a ,student actions- and suggesting a involved.Let beyond University Ave. and Thirteenth
convicted of an honor court response. The Honor Court is the Honor Court Street there,exists a political entity called the
violation, "a cheater". When a long way from a board or function, the alternative is to City of Gainesville. You may have heard of it. DOUG HATCH
the state exercises such a commission or advising a have the legislature declare NOW IN this entity, which is also called the

power over an individual board or commission and is cheating a crime.KennethS.. "University City",,there exists a government, STAFF WRITINGS
citizen all of the safeguards of not or, in my opinion, should Davis 4LW consisting of a five-member City Commissionand ,
a bunch of bureaucrats. .
Once every year there is an election to : <... ,, '
decide which men (no women are ever elected, ':' ",YMr'r It'"
but they can run if they want to) will serve for
two three-year terms on the commission.This .
t:' May we have another election comingup Butler's statement brings up a rather in-
'IIAR J during which two seats will be filled. teresting point about this fair city. There has
The seats of Mayor-Commissioner Neil A. always been at least one black on every city
Bulter and Commissioner Joseph W. Little board or commission, if one can be found to
will be up for election this year. sit on it.THERE.

,' LITTLE HAS already announced he will IS a black on the City Commission
'run' for re-election to his seat. Little is (Butler) one on the City Plan Board and more
"" ,i.i'J..: !.. t rumored to be considering an even higher than one on the Human Relations Advisory
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( 11', ,,office,but will be on the ballot in May. Board.
i' .rJ.Ii ,- So will former Commissioner Ted In the case of the Plan Board, a black.was
i Williams.But shifted over from the Human Relations
':t : .
1 .:,' .r" as of yet, no one knows what Butler will Advisory Board, which deals with racial and
: .. t 1: do, which is something that is bothering) a lot other matters to the Plan Board, which
".j t'''' ," 'j-:T ,of people particularly people who would like considers such subjects as flood plains and
,I'J'"< 'I, ,to run for his seat. zoning, after Tom Coward won a seat on the
Under normal circumstances one could Alachua County Commission.
; \ ,,!j. ',', : .-. 'expect that Butler would not run again, but Interestingly enough this "syndrome"
I\+, 'the circumstances are far from normal. doesn't seem to come from the black areas of
f
: Butler, who first ran for the Commission in the city, .but from the Northwest section k;
: N l'K 1 ,It-r.I' ..... '. 1969, was re-elected to his second and sup- which is just liberal enough to make sure the
,: m" posedly last term in 1972, or so the city blacks will be represented, at least in color, if
{ charter says. not by<"people who share the same socio-
; : ,BUT IN Feb. 1972, three months before his economic problems of the black community,
first term expired Butler resigned after it was and who might not even live there.
How,: about some ,coverage ?: discovered that he had once been arrested and BUTLER DOES live in the black section of
tried for embezzeling $9 from the mail in town, however, and for the most part does
Atlanta in 1959 and supposedly had lost his represent the interests of the southeast side of

EDITOR;' As a member of the community's interest and Mr. Brancaccio wrote, "you: civil rights. the city.
the women's Basketball Team support. haven't come far enough to Included in those civil rights supposedly Butler's' replacement, if he doesn't' 'run,
surprise to jam sports stories' 'down lost was the r'right to run for and hold office, so though may not represent that section.
(yes. UF does have women's It was quite a '
a
universityin unwilling reader's throats." I' Butler resigned.. After he had his civil rights Butler has already been asked not to run in
Basketball Team!) I've' been come to the biggest
,months later he editorials in both the Gainesville Sun and the
very interested in reading the state of Florida and feel he can only speak for restored three won a
to Lou Brancaccio's read the write-ups of our himself. not the readers, since resounding re-election bid. Independent.. Advocate.
responses article women's consisting of the it's a ,matter, of personal Under the Gainesville City Charter, Butler The Advocate said Butler has served long
sports concerning games, the leading player anda interest as to t what people would have' to step down after serving his enough and the Sun said only bad things
I'm from coverage.state where our score coach's comment. No read; I personally am not,very second term,. but he contends that since he could come from Butler's running again.
girl's a wonder people, don't get interested in the injuries and resigned during his first term he can run Butler has only responded so far by at.'
high school team
1 health'problems on some of again. tacking the Advocate and its editor J. Ben
received interested in the team: get
as much'corerage as
the rather bored myself reading our men's teams, but they Gainesville City Attorney Osse R. Fagan Rowe. Aside from that,Butler still sticks to
pictures.boy's As team including had them. seem to receive more publicitythan said in a 1972 opinion that even though Butler his statements that he is considering it.
,- a'result. we any accomplishments' resigned, he'had still l been'elected twice and THE SUN asked Butler to declare his
our women's teams. therefore could not run again. intention immediately several weeks ago,
The Independent I feel like we're in 'a rut thatis THERE THE matter 'rested until Butler because of a fear of many in the community
impossible to get out of. secretly requested'' an 'opinion from Florida that if Butler waits'too long,the election couldbe
Florida AlligatorDoug We can't get good coveragebecause Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin in Nov. 1974. dragged through the courts for months.As .
'* readers aren't in, Shevin never gave the opinion, but he did of yet the UF instructor of psychiatric:
Dial Ron Cunningham terested.' But how can we ever' say in a letter to Butler that the matter would nursing Neil A. Butler is saying ,nothing,'
Ent.rtainm.ntEditor .Attociai* Editor get their interest if we don't have to be settled in the courts. nothing at all 'about whether he is going to
r get good coverage? Some Butler has never said he will run, nor has he .
G.org. Kocham4 Jr. imaginative reporting of said he will not run in the months since the run.And because he is saying nothing, a lot of
Photo Editor women's sports by the ShevirT letter was made,public. He has since candidates who feel they can do A good job for:
Gr.g Forrer' Mindl Kaman Alligator sports staff would said that he is "considering it" or waiting for. the city on the City Commission aren't saying
Sporti Editor Ant. News Editor .certainly, help! a "qualified black candidate" to declare so anything either, as they sit on the sidelines:
Sue Chambers Butler can end his term. waiting.,


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ANNUALPANHAlLENIC For Kit. I legnano Motion racer 80, Sears I 18' I r
a trailer close
slid rule calc. 60, 10lb7 9 nylon bock. quiet air condo+ froit room.free, .to campus, needed urgently for 4 br Tf G' oUtlicniV] slc4 H 1
frig house
pock lent 40.1114 sw 2nd Ave (A-5T-85- make offer mutt go In NE. Own room, low rent 1V.
P) 3860 Archer Rd. u7 after 5pmph377.2171 utilities. Coll 377-4395 Keep on trying.. ,
DANa of 373-8132 (A-5T-85.P) (B-5T-84-P) 233 W. Un Iv. Ave. 377.3013
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MARATHON female roommate wanted for
spring
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wl me 91 cartridge,cueing, only 12 months quarter french quarter poolside opt.$75
old, $100 but will
call Glenn 378-1809 a month Vi utilities no 1 lease call 377'B734
(A-ST-85-P) ofter 5pm (B-5T-84-P)
Hit N_W,IM*_$f, Hewlett packard HP80 Ilk
new complete -
Cute 36' Mobile Home In country Ideal
with cases and charger $300 call
IrNE8K1501Idtsei' //{ 373-8466 for student or close couple air cond.
8-5 weekdays only (o-4t-86-p)
awnings, storage shed asking $1400.
sonyo 8 track car stereo 4 channel' matrix 485-2405 evenings (A-8T-85-P)
hat many features $50. ask for rob 376-
0358 ((0-51-86-p) female roomate for spring qtr own bdrm
furn. pool Georgetown' $68 mo. + 1-3
71 cougar bronze with white Interior oc.powerHewing .
wtl. no lease or dep. 10 min. bike to
IS FM- stereo tope many call Diane 378-5515 '
campus B-5T-6S-P( )
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73 Hondo 350, new set of hooker one. ((2191)) United Real Estate Assoc.
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car 8 track $25 call fred 377-8776 (o-5t- qsa
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Raleigh Competition 10 spd with extras CASH
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bicycle ichwinn varsity 10-speed Rosanne & Rosey
showroom condition brand new excellent
"HIGH PLAINS condition, must sell, save Gordon Jerry
yourself $30 off retail' call 378-5776 ((0- N W. 13rk STREET end
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A Pentax Spotmatic II with a Tokumor F-.

ww, DRIFTER"CLINT .1.450 Saligar mm'f-3.5, a Takumar 80-200 f3.5 mm. 28 Best mm offer., anda Sunday March 2 8:00PM:

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Best offer. Call 392-7318 (o-5t-B6-p) General Publics $4.50-6.50

univox electric piano mint condition University OHice>R.bl Discount Strictly Folk Rancher
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Fender jazz bat natural finish, with
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Students only.Coll Roy 392-2198 or 373-
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Female roomate wonted Univ. Crdns.
$935- $86 month. Feb.rent free. Own bedroom
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2 BR trailer furnished available mar 1 student seeks roommate' for own
MALE sublet 2-bd dupl after w!InQ tr own CUSTOM FRAMING
rm central' h-oc $90 month + Viulil$25 central air 1 mile from campus 130 till bedroom bath In country garden
dep furnished 2 blocks bock of Norman sept 372-8238 (b-2t-87-p) behind med center$116.mo prefer grad .
WEAR A "GOLDEN OLDIE" or prof student 373-7144' (c-Jt-88-p) L22W. Unjy. Avo 873 81M
Hall 373 7631
(B.5T-84.P) OWN LARGE BEDROOM In 4-bdrm, 2
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WRISTWATCH AND YOU'LL campus
,: If you desire to move from your present Mar 1. Coll 378-8098 ((b-St-86-p) Olympic apt 1100 sv 8th Ave $75
location we can rent,sublet it or find you mo. + 4 utilities e-olr, heat, carpet 2
BE THE STAR OF THE PARTY o roommate Immediately at NO COST. Country Homes: blocks fr campus call Bob 373-8874 (c-SN' PARTS.377.OIriL( )
Call todayllUnited 1 I. 3bdr$123(2152)) ( ) ) 377-6992 88.p)
Real Estate Assoc Inc. 2. 2 bdr-$100 ((21010)) 377-6992
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Amazing eyes move 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 ( -fi-S5-c). 3. Duplex$120 ((285)) 377-6992
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sublet large 2 belrmbolh" opt completely -
IDLY pf 7} 5. 50ocres-$140' ((2196)) 377-6992
60 times a minute/ < f. furnished close to campus for ,
6. Socrespool ((7124)) 377-6992 Mole roomate' wanted to sub-lease an
Gable's back and you've got him! Or Groucho.. or Boqart.: P more) infocall Candy 373-1610 (B-5T-85- 7. $85-onlake, ((231))) 377-6992 apartment $5056'a month, + '/. iti

; or W.C. Fields... or Chaplin. or Betty loop! The perfect Homes Near Campus utilities call AI' at 373-1092 move In
liberal roommate' wanted' own room In now. (e-5t-86-p)
gift for old movie fans or just for fun! Wear one and watch very nice 3 br house 3 blocks to campus, 1 I. fix it up-save $$$ house needs ; -
$67 a mo. + 1-3 util god or senior handyman to f fill i up. ((21510)) 377-6992 Female Roomate needed Immediately SERVICE377072210AM6PM
the when friends how the
conversation start see responsible and neat brondwlne $68
you your preferred call 372-1131) (b.3t-87-p) 2. 2 bdr $75 ((21110)) ) 377-6992
: eyes move back and forth. Watch face in eye-catchinq color. 3. 2bdr-$145(233)( ) 377-6992 mo + '/. utilities call 376-2496 after 5 or
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Roomote, older, ,studious sm bdrm, 50 4. 2 bdr-utilities included ((130))377-6992 weekends. (c..5I.86-p) 7 DAYS A WEEK
Swiss movement guarantees accurate time keeping. Unbreak- per mo + H util I, 'deposit, 2 blks from 5. 3 bdr-wilh' raised waterbed ((283))377- Wanted: roomate or roomates to share
able mainspring. Shock resistant. Hamilton finish case.Quincy campus '1114) sw 2nd ove.' (C-5T-85) 6992 2 bedroom opt own room A bathroomor 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.
United Real Estate ASM ( share with, a friend) rent $100 (or
leather band.Money back guarantee. Order now! Only$1 9.95 113 NE. 16th, Ave $50)) Vi,utl (or 1-3 ut)call 376-1186' (c-5t-
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A apetasG, Help) Mutt sublet'now 1 br. opt close to [
aV.CLARK NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX campus 110' a month util, incl call tom Roommate-Own room In 1973 mobile Service,
377-8759 after -1740 NW 3rd Place home-professional or grod student'
1 1BI. South at Light Help set me free. (b-5l-88-p) preferred evenings 378-2751 call late if AlternatorsStartersGenerators -

Newberry, Flo. Female roommate, own bedroom 3 blk necessary (e-3t-86-p)
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:: :::: : Schovawn or Anne 377-8005 (b-S'-88.p) STEVE HANCOCK'S
: \ \i:1 WW ;;l{ Foreign CarService
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,J: : laundry. $58u util.' Ise thru AUTO REPAIRAll
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GABLE GROUCHOA .:: ..:,,:"'Hi" ...,''t .i ,av_: Sublet June 2 br opt, furnished, all electric, Work Guaranteed( Ph. 378-4011

pool AC laundry facilities, close to 508 N.W. 8th' Ave.
w2ii6'MIKE'S campus $150. mo. married couple only. Major-Minor Ropall'l208N.W.10Av..m5185
call 378-4386 b-2t-88-p)

Beautiful 3 BR unfurnished apt to
1W 4MtIG sublease starting 3-1-75 call 377-5747 <=
after 5:30.: (b-5'-88-p) sfcttfeNow gal Boy's

Serious student to share sm. 2 bdrm
BookstorePipes house $4250 mo + utilities call Steve
Tobacco ShopII6S.EIOWntOw after 5 pm 372-3789 (b-5t-B8-p)
Open For Breakfast
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1 MHUMPHREY M.Fs,, miles from campus SW$205 Mo.All x-tra
facilities included call after 6:00.: 377- "
Sol.l6NEED 8318 (b-5'-88.p' ) t 7-10:30am MON.-FRI.

Private bedroom, Windmeodows,lux
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BOGART W.C. FIELDS furnished cable TV, 2712 SW 34th St.
373-3558 or 377-8440 (B-5T-84-P) I LUNCH SPECIALS
\UNIVERSITY MWNIKOK'IK OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE $30 + '/
919 W Umv 743114' utilities' Village Apts townhouse, furnished r
two bath, call Debbie after six New Low Prices
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WHEN YOU NHO IT FEMALE roommate wanted' ; $52.25 per 1728 W. UNIVERSITY 373-9453
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CHARLIE CHAPLIN BETTY BOOP Once 373-3894'c.5053-c) follewcd
OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE by a party
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Colorful faces of stars printed on high! quality cotton tee REALTOR 404 SW Ah Ave. ) :
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shirt to match watch faces. Only $4.95 each. Order as anywhere on campus 377-9821 after '"
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j j 378-1588 40,000 men and women will apply to American medical
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sell.and Cauot Av. (a20t73-p! ) electrolog over 20 years experience \Charters fore at less than '/> reg. economy Dive March 9th.. Sales Service Rentals IIJIII10 p. .nt Off plugs, Pt*. cond.. I
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lower gt300378.32.cr actual. Wedding Invitotloni $1140 per 100 Am Transovio707's. Call toll free 1 BOO- 3448. W. Univ 373.9233 (m.fr-86*) '- 1e1'
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1972 Flat Wagon 128k whit, excellentshape magnetic signs, offset printing CliH Hal Gay men and women meet Thurs at 7pmlg7nwl3T HORSES informal BOARDED i : little all facilities Prairie Ranch.
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n.w tires valve |lob, blue book Printing 1103 N. Main (J-FR.58-C) r. speaker from Arlco (|I. from UF stalls $75, posture $25 mo. 376- :
value$1600come G5T.W see and make offer. Term Papers! Canada large! Service. 41 B8-pj)___________ 4719 eve. (m.lOt.86-p)
call 378-8838. ( ) For catalogue tend$2 to: Essay Services, DEAR MO HAPPY 19th You re the HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY tMPOffTEPMPORTED
MAZDA 1973 silver grey wall 57 Spodina Avenue Suite 208 Toronto, greatest little sis ever much love always AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS
am.fm radio, four door sedan, ttd Ont Canada Alto campus represcn Lori (|. t-88.p) _
transmission. only 17,000 miles $2700 Hitivet required. Please write (|.35t.70- The gift of God to this enlightened ageis learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G.
coli 376.5012 (O-r-R-85-NC) Pj) the knowledge of the oneness of Prott-Certlfied AAEH (m-40t-86-p) PANTS
VW Toyota Poncho, mankind and of the fundamental IHC
WANTED: low mileage or Bookpocks Packs fromet, Europe Israel I AFrica Asia travel
wagon Preferably with oulomatlcIronlmi..lon. Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Sheet, White oneness of religion" Baha I Writings discounts, round student air travel '
year
Call 377-0700 (gSI-87.p) (i j.It-88-c) PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Stag Speedo Bathing Suits Join Univ Inc .4228 first ave tucker go. 30084(404)( )
Good buyl 1970 VW In good shape TiresIn Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic ft Trail Helpl Female roommate needed 934-6660 (25t-68-p) liiiI
excellent condition Nice interior and Center 3448W. Un Iv. 373.9233 (I.fr.72. urgently-' $60 + % utilities Gotorwood Mobile. liome 1972 12 x 60 carpet brick FOR ALL FOREIGN CARSASK
tKterior Only$900 negotiable Coll 372- cj) close to.campus no deposits call. skirt ft anchored 377-3090 $3900 must I III
marlene 373 3735 anytime at alll) (c St
5425 (g St-fl6-p) Congradulotiont Phi Sigma Sigma tee 4400 SW 20 Ave lot No. 27. (m.5l. ABOUT OUR STUDENT DISCOUNT
R69 catalina. pontiac station wagon pledges! you finally mode itl We're so 88 p)___ 88-p) LIII MON FRI. 9:00-6:00: : PM SAT.'10:00-2dtiTPM:
new radial tires, new exhaust system glad that you're our sisters Our best Quality leatherwork never wears out WIRED FOR SIGH
heavy duty springs call after 4 00 $895 withes, always, your Phi Sig sitters (1t.21.I it always wears In. At MaSanOu we "The Eyeglass Super Mort" 1111 1012 S. MAIN ST. .' .372-4341
negotiable 3789779St88p( ) 88-p) specialize in custom leatherwork UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
purses. belt., coats' jackets, sandals, '300 SW 4th Ave: 378-4460 i

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MAMMIES ARRIVED FROM LONDON, regulators all air and text intentional CLASSIFICATION I : : ; g
NOW OPEN Specializing in English haircutting certification. five open water dives call Ii
blow/ waving for the In look Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 (M.5T-84-P) 'or 101. =
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Alligator Sports Writer DIVING COACH Glenn Hoffman said both divers had an the 200 yard breaststroke and UF's Mark Chelosky won it
The UF swim team's stormiest dual meet season ever ended outstanding day probably their best day in their four years of with a time of 2:25.8.:
Saturday afternoon at Florida pool with a loss at the hands of competition at UF. The 'meet ended with the Gators winning the 400 yard
nationally ranked Miami,6150. Their final record is 45. Schaub took a first and third in the two diving events and freestyle relay but again Miami did not officially enter a team.
The tankmen, who normally would have had seven seniorsin Callaghan ended up with second and fourth. Miami, who Gator coach Bill Harlan said he was pleased with his team's
this last dual meet,only saw two compete and both of those had the meet well in hand by the three meter diving event, did performance.
; were. divers. not officially enter the event. "EVERYBODY SWAM just about their best time andthat's
JOHN REEVES and Ken DeForrest left the squad before The meet started poorly for the Gators as Miami took a 7.0 what we were hoping for." Harlan said.; ,
the season ever began and headed for Alaska. Then, about lead by winning the 400 yard medley relay in a time of 3:32.8.: Harlan said he was also appreciative of the fact that Miami
halfway through the season Tim McKee, a double silver Miami i won the next five events' to run the score to 4912. "let up" when they knew they had the victory. '
medalist winner in the 1972 Olympics David Ray and Chip BACK TO BACK victories by the Gators with Jamie "They took it easy on us," Harlan said.
, Bradley. all quit the squad. LaRochelle winning the 100 yard freestyle in a time of 47.6 UF will now prepare for the Southeastern Conference
And two weeks ago Frank Lichtner and Ed Quarry both and Will Artley winning the 200 yard backstroke in a time of Championships held March 6-8 at Knoxville. Tenn. where the
, left.That I 1:54.3: brought the Gators closer but still trailed by 27 points. Gators are expected to finish behind Tennessee Alabama and
left seniors John Schaub and Gregg Calla han, both Miami won the 500 yard freestyle even though they did not Auburn but ahead of the remaining SEC opponents.

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.By GREG FORRER Miss Rebel tornado.It ; :
Alligator Sports Editor blew back and forth,the lead changing hands 22 times in \ ;
the first half. But finally the tornado decided to take, off: .; ''f. ; )..
OXFORD Miss. Perhaps the landing of the "Blue leaving 7.8 and 1114' rubble in its.wake. y <. I
Goose" in Oxford set the whole thing in motion. Those figures represent the Gators' Southeastern Con '
The 101.92 loss, the sluggish play of most of the Gators- ference and overall records. Just a little over a week ago the I : I
the sickening trip back to Gainesville. Could it have been Gators were riding a four game win streak, looking for a third .
foretold after the "Goose" the UF's DC-3 bounced roughly to place finish. i t ft .
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the ground in the land of William Faulkner? It was within their grasp-but it slipped away. It slipped .'.a.1IIj
Who knows, but the Gators bounced as badly Saturday away just the same as the beautiful weather that greeted the ....
night in C.M. "Tad" Smith Coliseum while wind,"rain and Gators in'Oxford. The weather that turned to violent storm. \ ;'. .. .. a .' ..
lightning, prevailed outside of the domed! structure.A The fact that 'Chip Williams scored 32 points and took ." .. .
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went out winners Friday night as the Gator grapplers overpowered Gainesville.But : '
Florida Technological University (FTU) 28-9 for ,it is no sweeping panacea.It .
their 33rd victory in a row. only means a return to(he.court tonight to face not a 4.11 photo by chip hires
',"\I- In the first match of the evening, senior Bob Roberts team as'are the Rebels. The Gators must face 13-2 Kentucky, UF SENIOR CENTER CHIP WILLIAMS
dominated FTU's Mike Strouse for a'3-0 whitewash in the fresh off a come from behind win over Alabama Saturday.No .
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118 pound class. : it's no panacea.By point went for naught

ARTIE HABERMANN, who was competing with a ,
slight knee sprain, went into the second period of his 126
l pound match one point ahead but FTU's Scott Sherman UF baseball.team drops two
fought hard and pulled out an 8-7 win.
Gator Mike Collins scored five quick points just 30
seconds into his 134 pound battle and went on to an easy
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t2.2 victory. Coach Gary Schneider said it was Collins' opening gamesplate
best performance of the season.
'\ FTU !sophomore John Theders defeated 142 pound
freshman Pat Bruce 5-3. cutting the Gator lead to one MARK JOHNSON Stetson went out in front allowed the ball to skip coach Dave Fuller remarked
point but the Gators went on to win five out of the last. six Alligator Sports Writer for good in the second inning off his glove, and Vinson after Saturday's loss.
matches. on Jim Girardeau's right field scored easily Rick had Craig Pippin, John
DAN LUBELL recorded an 8-3 victory in the 150 pound Sloppy-with a capital S. home run. The Hatters addedan already cut down a runner at Chappel, Bruce Baker, and
class, giving the Gators a 10-6 lead at intermission.Then That's the best way to unearned run later that the plate two innings earlier. Bobby Tyler allowed ,six
senior Jeff Davis defeated FTU standout Mike describe the UF baseball inning and Brad. Hoch's AFTER UF FELL behind earned runs on 14 hits in just
Shivers 2-0 in the 158 pound bracket before UF team's opening weekend as homer off the left field 4-1 in the sixth inning Rick under 18 innings pitched.UNFORTUNATELY .
sophomore Steve Bostwick dropped a 5-2 decision to Tom the team dropped two, gamesto Scoreboard iced the game in scored in the seventh on Brad the
Hammonds in the 167 pound class. the Stetson Hatters. J.l'and the ninth inning.SATURDAY'S. H ch's errant throw to first Gators' worst news of the
John Orr upped the Gator lead to 16-9 when he pulledout 54. GAME in on.what should have been 'an week may be yet to,come.
a close 6-2 win in the 177 pound class. FRIDAY'S PERRY Field DeLand saw the Gators come inning-ending double play. Senior third baseman Dave
HENRY JACKSON and heavyweight Mark Totten opener was played in a light from behind only to lose the With two' outs in the UF Bowden not only missed this
proved to be too much for their opponents and both men shower most of the game as game on .an unearned ninth eighth.Jim Shulock singled to weekend's games because of
won easily. the UF hitters drowned in a inning run.Stetson's, set up a long-awaited of- intestinal virus, but there is avery
Jackson's opponent was disqualified for excessive sea of weak ground balls'and Don Vinson, who I'insive burst. 'Terry Jones' good chance he may have
stalling while Totten scored the only pin of the evening. strikeouts. singled and. reached second double to right-center field mononucleosis.But .
;, Schneider was pleased with the Gators' overall performance After J.B. Caldwell's two- when shortstop Roger Holt scored Shulock. and John despite the walks,
but the coach said his squad wasn't at full out single scored Terry Jonesin misplayed the relay throw Cortese doubled Jones hometo errors, sick players, and
strength because of the absences of Tim Granowitz and the second inning, the from the outfield, scored the tie the game and set up the muddy uniforms Fuller
,; i Tim Worsowicz. Gators could muster up only inning run on Jeff Barefoot'sline ninth inning dramatics. remains optimistic as the
Both are; expected to return In time for the SEC one hit and a couple walks for drive single. "You don't like to lose, butas Gators prepare for next
championships ,which ,will be held this Friday and the remainder' of the game. At Center fielder Sammy Rick, long as.we're in the game ,weekend's trip to Tallahasseefor
Saturday !in 'Alligator .Alley. one point, 18 of 19 U F batters_ attempting' a quick pick, up until the ninth inning, you two, games with Florida

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Indian leader charges genocide -by gnvg. kodionln jr. RUSSEt MEANS Indian nionnwnt hoder By RICHARD BURKHOLDER Alligator Staff Writer Russell Means, director ol the American Indian Movement (AIM), said Friday the U.S. government is killing the lives and culture of North Anercan Indians. The governnients of' the Western Hemisphere are perpetuating the genocide of Indian people wherever we live, and they are doing it with the gun, the germ. with white education, with missionaries. and they are doing it by very sophisticated and smart ways ~ should all be aware of. Means told an audience at the J. Wayne Re:tz Union. MEANS, a central figure in the Wounded K 'lee U praising and the Keriosha, W Sc. abbe5 Iake.over. was addressing the 25th annual Latin American Studies Confrrence. ~hose topic this year was hemispheric Indian ,rob len is. Means said AIM contended the white man In the United States is a failure. for he copied his government from the red 'ian and his religion Iron, the government. Means also said the U.S. Constitution was walked on by the white power structure. "THERE IS A provision in the Constitution that states that treaties with Indians or any other peoples are as good and as strong as the Constitution itself-and theretbre they "alic on their Constitution and on the Indian wople. he said. Nothing has changed within the last l~ wars concerning the U.S. government and its operations. Means said. One hundred years ago. he said, there was trouble with blacks. 'tar with the Indian peoples, and corruption in 'he White House. loday, he stated, these same things still exist. FROM THE WHITE MAN. Means maintained, Indian peoples in this ongoing war have receded the word unity.' which was given to us to confuse our minds, (Sec Means.' page five) The Independent 0 Flonda I'uo),.h.d by cenipo. Conmunicotions Inc. GoinnvlI., fln6do Not olikiolly o.ocISS wit. IA. Univ.n~y of Floodo MON DAY FEB. 24, 1975 VOL.67 NO.87 Freshman admissions may again exceed limit By GARY DALANOFF AEphi SbNWdtee UP admissions officials admitted Sunday there is a good chance the regent-imposed limit of 2,9U freshmen will be exceeded again next fall quarter. U would mark the third consecutive year the 2.9W mark has been exceeded if UP goes over it this fall. "NOBODY IS EXPECrING us to hit it right on the nose,' Richard Whitehead. UP registrar, said. referring to the limit. Stirling W. Koib. freshman admissions officer, said if the admissions fall "between 2,850 and 2.950. we've done a very good job." Whitehead said there is probably no chance of the freshmen enrollment going more than 3.000. ADOLIT MU STUDENTS have applied for admissloji as freshmen at UP this year. an inmate of I .111 more than the same time last year. Last fail. 6W freshmen were admitted over the 2.9W limit. I don't think there's any magic" in the puanber 2900. Marshall Criser. Regents chairman, said. He added UP would have to accept the consequences of not being firnded tbr the additional students. UF MAY ACCEPT as many as 4,5W app4katlouis for admission this year. Last year, about 60 per cent of the freshmen who were accepted decided to attend UP. This percentage was higher than normal, explaining in pan the overadnission of 6~. UP Executive Vice President Harold Hanson. criticized for last year's overadmission, said "they'll sit still' fbi small errors. referring to the regents. Asked if admitting 2.950 would be acceptable. Hanson said. No problemS "YOU USE ThE show rate finn, the preceding years" to determine how many to accept, he said. The "thow rate is the number of students who are accepted and attend UP. as opposed to the number who are accepted and decide to attend other schools. In anajyting the admissions process. Whitehead said. "I'm trying to outpzess them,' referring to the students. Koib said everyone who applies until Mar. I (die admissions application deadline) will be Miven a chance of admission. REPLYING TO earlier reports of admission at UP being done on a "first-come. flnt-sened' basis. Koib saId. "That's not totally .ccuratc.' "That's not our poIlcy.~ Whitebead speed. A deferred group of applicants will be (See Freshmen, payc five) More cheating reported By STUART DIMRIUI end KAREN MEYER Alipta SUE Welles In the wake of a massive cheating scandal in UPS teller of Business Administration, an economics class has reportedly cxperienced another substantial cheating etrt. Students in Dr. ScottSaumlers Economics .161 class were given a MIce home turn around the firs of February. When the nans t.trc returned on Feb. 3. students said Saunders announced that from the multi he could tell there had been cheating and that he would tab confessions in his office. TOM I'AGLEY, iBA. said Saunders told the class he suspected 86 of 174 students of cheating and had confessions from 51 of Sea. The. students who confused were given the oppoetunhy to take another earn woeth half a much as the edgind Splat exam. The madmmni score the student could receive was a IS. Fagley emphasized that he thought Saunders solution 'as "very i~* and equitable.' and drew a distindion that it was not so much cheating is it was collaboration for afliRtis. ONE STUDENT who had confessed said Saunders told the class on Monday that he had reason to believe then had been "widespread cheating" on the exam, which had been graded over the weekend. The student. who asked to remain anonymous. said Saunders asked students to come to his office to confess. Saunders mid the class that students who did not confess could be accused of cheating and sent to the Honor Court. the student said. 'When I went to.comfrss.' the student said. there had olrqadv been about 60 con(See Cheating, pqe fivel -by pe.esq. IT 10015 W UMOY wink foe' otrick Peace Capi and VISTA spumeAMA. Mu,. I. a Porno Cape veiweer toting will be In front of Ubmiy Wed wi*e*gm. In uwwq.Is. Nb 4gb Is mid ike Colonnade to cuIS le *1* tact. cod fl' puSs. 'I gtodussa Pn .b'y on the Pa CSp.b mute to emp In the Cay. Waits of -page fIn. bib. I

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For 2. 1%. Ind.1.ad.rn ft.,sd. MIIro,, Mond.y, P.bnay 24. 1975 Gurney trial for cons pira TAMPA (UPI) -Former U.S. Sen. Ed%piracy, bribery. ward 1. Gorney goes on trial Monday on operation stid ma charges he sold federal mortgage insurance Krand jury. iwarantees to builders an exchange for Four others a contributions to a political slush fund. ~piracy in connect Gurney. 61. last year became the tint U.S. prosecution says senator in SO yeats to be indicted while still in are two former office. James Groot. a SOURCES HAVE indicated the trial of the Housing Adnini former Senate Watergate Committee member Koontz of Jacksor could last as long as three months, of Tampa. Gurney. Florida's first Republican senator GURNEY, ON ~inCC reconstruction, is chard with condefenders of for,,, begins Icy today bribery receiving unlawful corn. king 1.1w declarations to a Iso will be tried foe cot,ion with the fund which the contained 1223,160. They tides. Joseph Bastien and nd two former Federal station officials. Ralph ville and K. Wayne Swiger E of the most outspoken Let President Niron of. the Watergate Connittee. was in the last year of his first tern, ~.hen he was indicted last year. Alter the indictment, he decided not to seek re-election. The Winter Park. Fl. attorney had served three terms in the 115. House before successfully running for the Senate in 1968. Key prosecution testimony in the trial 'S expected to come from Earl DiikC Crt tenden of Orlando. turner state GOP chairnuan and Gurneys 1968 campaign chairman. and George Annerson of Orlando. lbrmer state GOP treasurer. Schlesinger: without additional U:S. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Defense Seretary James SdSeslnger said Sunday Cambodia will "absolutely' fail to the Communists if Cou'grtss fails to provide an addltionai $222 million to suppod the Pbnom Nfl government. Pbnc4u PeSt is vlrtnlly surrounded by Communist forces. ltssqplles have been cutoff except for a U.S.-baeked sWift. ASKED IF tile Country will fell without more U.S. funding. Schlesinger said. "absolutely. I think that the chances of their surviving over a period of many months are minimal Congress showdown set WASHINGTON WPI) -Congress. reedy and willing to take on President Ford. hopes this weti to junk the adniinistratlon's tax on imported oil and, at the sante time. began moving itt own economic program. Ford is expected to veto, sometime this week, a QOday suspension of the oil levy, setting the stage for the first showdown between the President and theheavily Denjoentic 94th Congress. By .11 head churns, the House will hand Ford an initial setback by overriding the veto. But Republicans and Democrats agree that the vote in theSenate will be extremely close. will fall support b without that additional assIstance. "We have now committed all of the funds that wujNnade available, and without those funds Phnom Petit cannot survive. ., Schlesinger also aid lie will order the armed services to eliminate the two-year enlistment by July I in order to cut training cots and have moit experienced men in uniform. Minimum enlistment will then be three years. HE DEFENDED arms sales to the Middle East on grounds they improw relations with the Arab nations, and warned that the United States intends to "maintain whatever pnsemeisncccssarytotnsurethcsecurityofthe Persian Gulf from the standpoint of the Western world." He called a proposal by Sen. Edward Kennedy. fl-Mass. for a six month moratorium on arms sales to the Middle East a "disastrous policy" because it would force Arab nations and Iran to seek weapons from the Soviets. causing even closer relations with that country. Ketmnedy immediately replied in a statement that if Schlesinger has a "clear understanding of u.s. interests in the Persian Cur he should explain them to Congress: Schlesinger was interviewed on ARCs issues and Answers. monday capsule Turkish troops quell 10,000 street rioters EUZICAN. Turkey (Un) -Turkish troops Sunday quelled nearly three hours of street rlotiq by 2O.Q~ persons that lefts 12-year-old boy deed of guahot wounds and 45 other persons injured. Police said rival political factions battled with revolvers. knives, clubs and iron bars is the streets of this eaten, Turkish town before troops summoned by Mayor Ibrahum Onen restored order. Police said IS persons were arrested and more arrests weff likely. They scanned press photographs of the disorders mu attempt to identi~' leaders of the outbursts which they said may have been intentionally provoked. The doting sprang from a political street rally that involved leftist and rightist factions. Police said about two dowi persons began fighting and the situation quickly escalated into a major incident. CARNIGRAS 75 LARGEST MIDWAY EVER. 56 SPECTACULAR RIDES, FREE CIRCUS. SPECIAL ADVANCE TICKETS 5 for $1 AvahbIs: Rebel Discount Univuuity Box Office1fmtsnitiss & sorodtiss. Applications are now being taken for Editor.I, Chief for Spring and Summer Terms. Deadline Feb. 28, 1975 5 p.-. First interviews Monday, Narch 3 8p.m. Ferms may be picks .~ tram AllIgmtr Business *fflce, 1725 U'. Univ. ARTS S SOBICES TEAUE OF THE YEAR SELECTION STUDENT SPOUSDRSHIP PAcKETS: 113 ANDUlSON OR STUDENT SF0 (HUH) K lh Jnd.p.nd.nJ FIcrdo publ.caon of C.npmn ComTlhJnCOl ncorpor.d, a pevot. non I pttji.$M f 'v* t'in~Iy outS dgong juns, July, Ond Augues tie r. pubhshd fl" w-&It erA 6n uaub'~ holidays ond V*p.fld.V AIhg.b0 a,. ho. oI ho .dint 04*. *qiI@fl of ,li, oflCI*t OM nott.e.EMuninnhty of PIOFdO '4W W .nd by .9. nd.@fl4 AUger AM.u cmt.~ ant. lb. M.p.oMnt pi0,,d Ailge,. P0 ba 1S6. Unv'hi'Y I 51. 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drafts tree-saving policy for regents I By DONNA BRUGMAN Alligator Laynt Edit., UP's Environmental Action Group (EAG) will submit a policy statement on tree preservation to the Board of Regents next week. The statement, if adopted, will be included an the regents operating manual, According to Paula Smith, EAG special projects director. the statement as still in draft form, but it would probably be finalized by Wednesday. THE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT is to develop a written policy on the preservation of trees at Florida's nine state universities, Smith said. She said currently the preservation of trees rests upon the Shaara request rating manual good ~ill' of the official~ ~.ho run physical plant departmerits at the universities. At U F. we are very seimitive to trees on can~pus.'' said Calvin Greene, director of UPs Physical Plant Dviston. But sonetines,' he said. we just have to remove them.' "TYPICALLY. FOR EVERY tree taken down, we plant 50 w 100 more.' Greene said. He said, trees are transplanted whenever possible. as long as they are not overly large.' ln, amazed at the success that the rounds department has had In transplantiaia large trees. Greene said. (See Trees, page seven) Th. Ind.p.nd.nt Florid. AilIgaor, Monday F.bnjory 24, j~75, P.r 3 ~ A CALVIN GmJE physical plant director s increase to cover infirmary costs OR. RICHARD SHAAAA .cuks$57,151 mor.ttuanlou$y.or By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Wdtn Student Health Services, faced with a cost overrun of 195,845 on the planned addition to the Infirmary. Friday requested an allocation of 5672.546 of next year's studejit activity lees. The request subniitted to the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Council (ASFAC) is 537.151 more than last year's allocation. RICHARD SHAARA, director of the Student Health Services, explained the extra allocation would go toward making up the additional deficit. Also submitting a budget allocation request to ASPAC next year was Student Governnient. which asked for S539.045. No action was taken on either request Friday. ASFAC is scheduled to examine each budget during the first week of March and make reconiniendations to the Student Senate on how the estimated 52.675 million in next years activity fees should be allocated. THE LARGEST EXPENSE in the Student Government budget. supported solely by student activity funds, is salaries. Most of the budget. $163.3 10. has been allocated to pay career service employs. SC officers salaries stayed the same as this year. except tbr the Chief Justiceof the Traffic Court. who receive a 5100 per quarter raise. Other big expenses in the SC budget inelude: S.C. Programs. S85.I~; intramural. 157.255: S.C. Administrative. $38,350: Accent. $32,078; and Florida Players. 330.606. ONE OF THE MOST controversial expenses at Fridays budget hearing was a $945 allocation tbr the Star Trek Association for Revival (STAR). Answering objections from sonic of the ASFAC members about the allocation. Senate Budget and Finance Committee Chairman N ck Lang explained the money was to be used for a mini-convention and said the committee felt these sort of programs might heaven appeal toawide group of people. 1 think a lot of us grew up with Star Trek.' Lang added. HEALTh DIRECTOR SHAARA explained to ASFAC Friday that the pinned addition to the Infirmary, although far behind in schedule and almost double the estimated cost, was needed for the Infirmary to offer adequate service. Space is a critical problem with us. Shun said, adding the addition should add about six more examining rooms and a new pharmacy. A public hearing on any of the budgets and the process ASFAC goes through to allocate funds is scheduled for today in room 347 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union from 4:30 to 6:10. '~a THE ERIC BI'RIX)N BANt) WHAT SOUNDS WHAT PRICES S IflCNEOW$3 LINDA RONSTA T "HEART LIKE A WHEEL" GEORGE HARRI~ON DAR~ HOME RINGO STARR GOODNIOIIT VIENNA" URiC SURDON 'SUN SECRETS' MI. FCC $379 1 3M CapitOl U TRACKS *4 424 NW. 120 St ROC imi4 Two all-around styles for spring: these versatile shoes are both from Bare Traps and have wooden wedges with soft leather uppers. Open Daily 10-8 Sat 10-6 EAG 1029 W.U.&Aw

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P.r A lb. I.d.p amiss Maids mu.a. ~ Ifre~ 14 1975 PERC hearings to determine bargaining units By GARY BALANOFF Alter Staff Wilt. Formal hearings of the Public Employcs Relations Committee (PERC) will begin Mar. 10 in tallahassee. Commission chairman Cbarles Freeman will conduct the hearings, which will allow faculty bargaining unions to present their argumentss on size of the bargaining unit or units. TWO PREVIOUS INFORMAL hearings were conducted in Tallahassee. at which time the faculty unions attempted to narrow down issues surrounding collective bargaining. The lormal hearings will continue through the week of Mar. 10. after which the hearings may be moved from Tallahassee to Gainesville. according to Cathy Brindell. PERC legal counsel. The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) will be first on the agenda because they were the first union to be registered with PERC. THE BOARD OF REGENTS will follow UFF with their witnesses, and the American Association of University Professors (AAUP-Fla.) will go third. A number of other intervenes in the collective bargaining process will follow AAUP-Fla. These bnterveners will include the UF Engineering School Faculty Association. Health Center Faculty Association. Low School Faculty Association, and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (WAS) Faculty Association, along with the Florida State University Law School Faculty Assocation and the florida Nurses Association. EACH UNION WILL then be able to present a rebuttal at the end of the session. A pre-hearing conference will start Feb.27 at 1:30 p.m. At that time, a heating officer will listen to various union and regents arguments. and will determine standard operating l>rooedurt for the formal hearings. 'I doubt if much can be accomplished in that (the Feb. 27 conference)." Dr. Ron Carpenter, vice chairman of AAUPFlu, said. "I DO NOT anticipate a quick set of hearings.' Carpenter said. There arc sone real substantive issues that have to be dealt with. Carpenter said the issue of whether department chairpersons should be considered part of the bargaining unit would take the longest time to resolve. Women's conference stresses high-level lobs fly LESLIE GOLAY Alligata 561! Wilt. "We can change the world, and it begins with yourself,' state Rep. Elaine Gordon (D.Miami) told her audience of mostly women at the statewide "Women in Mangement Conference" Friday evening at the Hilton Inn. "It's time now for women to be sharing with one another. It's time now to get rid of that little-girl competitiveness. Ifs very important tbr women to move into positions of leadership." said the energetic representative. GORDON, A STRONG SUPPORTER of the Equal Rights Amendment in the State House of Representatives and the fli-st woman to chair a committee in the House. said she first got her inspiration to run br the legislature at a women meeting like this in Gainesville ibur years ago. She also advised women to surround themselves and travel with successful people. "You'd be surprised what you learn when someone has a drink or two. That's how I've learned a lot in the legislature. ihey have a couple of drinks and talk about how they run the world." she said. AFTER THE PANEL discussion. Gordon gave a presentation on how a person can make money selling Aniway household cleaning products. She is a representative of the cOnipafly. Gordon gave advice on how a woman can show her boss that she is qualified and dependable. "It' you have a better idea on how to do something. tell it quickly to your superior or someone else will do it before you do and get all the credit. she said. Di'. Freddie Grooms, assistant to the president for Minority Affairs at Florida State University. said. "Don't be niodest in the business world, if you're capable. then present yourself that way. GROOMS SAID, "YOU DESERVE the right of a denial when applying for a job. Follow-up, follow-through, get an answer and find out why you were not hired.' "If you had all the qualifications for the job. then look into the reasons for your denial and file a complaint if you see discrimination. It may not get you a job, but it may raise the consciousness of that employer" she said. She also stressed the importance of women helping each other once they get into high positions. "Play rabbit and increase the number of women in your area. Once you open the doors. be careful you don't close them on others." KAY ELLEDGE. DIRECrOR of federal programs at Brevard Community College. said. 'Job descriptions are vitally important. Mine's so broad that everyone dumps everything in niy lap. Ini In the process of defining my job right now." Elledge stressed the importance of high visibility in a job. If you do a job well, then let yourself be seen. You be the important woman who's done the work, let them know you are anibitmous. Both Elledge and Gordon agreed a woman should not be afraid of the risk of changing jobs. They advisedwomen not to get into a dead'end job and to change jobs when they felt they weren't going anywhere. EDNA TAIT, CHAIRWOMAN lb. the Governors Conimittee on the Status of Women, spoke on the formation of a talent bank for state agencies which would place qualified women in job avacancies state-wide. 'A computerized talent bank would be set up so thai the next time an official says. 1 sure would like to-hire a top-level woman but I can't find any, then the computer will pop-out the names of 35 top-level qualified women," Taft explained. Rep. Mars Singleton (D.-iacksonvilk). who also attended the three'day conference, said. "My hair stood on end when I found out that women teachers don't get paid the same as men teachers for the same job." "They negotiate salaries with women but they don't with "'en." she added. When asked about the progress of the ERA. Singleton said, "In the Senate. Senate President Dempsey Barren wants no part of it. He doesn't even want to bring it up to the floor. I heHeve the vote in the Senate is divided 20 to 20" "There are many myths that have to be worked onWe have to resolve things that people are concerning themselves about needlessly, she said. BEN STEVENS, IJF state academic allan chairperson disagreed v~th Carpenter as to the length of the formal hearings 'We led its going to be just one week of morning hearings.' Stevens said. Evidence can be presented 'cry quickly Stevens said there are three major Issues that need to be resolved: whether to include graduate assistants '~ the bargaining unit, whether anyone else should be in the unit. and whether faculty chairpersons should be considered on the bargaining or managenient side. DR. DAFORD THOMPSON. president of the WAS Faculty Association, said it was "gratifying" to have Freeman handle the formal hearings because it meant the coninhission felt faculty bargaining was one of the most important set of hearings. 'We will hopefully have sonic witnesses that can substantiate the points we wish to make." Thompson said. Dr. Bernard Leaden, president of the Engineering Faculty Association, and Dr. James Quarles. president of the Law School Faculty Association, said they had not been notified of the hearings.

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Th. ind~.dnt MoM. Ailirlor, ASj.y, F.6.y 4 IWh, P.,. 5 Tarzan? No, Peace Corps workers fill jungle By RUSSELL BLOOM Alligator Ccwnpmed.n, Deepest. darkest Africa, Visions of huge snakes winding themselves stealthily from tangled vines and jungle trees. Unknown sounds. danger. sudden death. Drums beating somewhere in the distance. Natives engaged in tribal warfare. THANKS TO JOIINNIE WEISMULLER, Maureen OSullivan and Cheeta the chimpanzee. Atrica conjures up pictures in the iiiind's eye of rampaging elephants, fierce crocodiles and primitive natives running around with poison-tipped spears and arrows. Bob Mailander says this isn't ~o, and since he lived two years in the little African village of Bocanda. he should know. Rocanda is just a good day's walk from Dimbokro. Dimbokro is only a half day's bus trip from Abidjan. and Abi4jan is the capital ol' the Ivory Coast. a former French colony tucked into West Africa between Liberia and Ghana. In other words. Bob Mailander spent two years in the boondocks of the Ivory Coast as a Peace Corps volunteer. HE IS ON CAMPUS this week recruiting volunteers hon, UP br Peace Corps and VISTA projects scheduled to begin in june. He nad conditions in Bocanda weren't all that primitive. I lived in a concrete block house and I cven had running water and electricity." Mailander said. "Sonic of my neighbors drove Mercedes Benzes. They were related to the residentt ol the country. though. All the wild animals had cleared out years before." EAT YOUR HEART OUT, Johnnic Weismuller. Mailander said he didn't join the Peace Corps lor humanitarian reasons. "I wanted to travel and I was disenchanted with what I was trained to do by niy degree in business. The draft was alive and well in those days. I just sent in niy application and forgot about it. I even took a job, but then I Rot the PEACE CORPS VO.UN1fl IN AFGHANISTAN p*ioto by p.oc. corps a college grad, like most he helps wit agriculture. invitation to train for a program in the Ivory Coast. I took a chance he said. MAILANDER HAS FEW illusions about how his Peace Corps stint changed the world. He helped organize coffee cooperatives among the local farmers. The Ivory Coast ranks among the world leaden in coffee exportation. Although he doesn't think that anything he did will be remembered in 1(K) years. or even IC. Mailander emphasized that the experience is very worthwhile. 'What you accomplish is more of a per~onal thing. You've come into contact with people and leave an impression of what it means Co be an American and they leave an impression on you of what it means to be an African. "THE PRIMARY ThING is to be a catalyst. Show people where to go when they need to find water pipes, that sort of thing. Goodwill ambassadors, don't put that in. but that's what we are. He said that the Peace Corps has changed soniewbat over the last Ibur or five years. Foreign nationals play a greater role today in deciding what kinds of projects they want than in the early days of the Peace Corps. A tow years back ibe Peace Corps image was one of altruistic and ideIistic young college graduates out to save the world. "BUT MORE AND MORE developing countries are asking for teachers and people with agricultural experience or knowledge. Mailander said. fluting the Nixon years, the Peace Corps top brass tried to justify programs on a costefficiency basis, emphasizing the need for highly skilled volunteers. The changes the Peace Corp. has experienced aren't due only to hangsgs in power I, Washington. Mailander said. "Our society has changed tremendously since the l~t,0's. In the early days applications were up. rhe nation was more idealistic and the programs reflected this idealism. "NOW YOUNG PEOPLE ARE more pragmatic. They ask how Peace' Corp. service is going to help theni in seeking employment later on." Mailander said. One factor reviving interest in the Peace Corps is the current recession. With uncertain job prospects after graduation, a lot of' graduating seniors are finding the Peace Corps looking better and better. Mailander said that he hopes to get about 40 applications front UP. THE PEACE CORPS NOW has 7000 volunteers serving in more than 1,5 foreign countries. Volunteers don't have to be college graduates. Mailander said, but it is a good starting place. They either have to be graduates or have a good skill like plunibing, carpentry, library science-with several years of actual cxper len CC. "THE MINIMUM AGE IS 18. but there's no upper age limit. The Peace Corps accepts both single people and couples. Mailander explained that its impossible to really describe what a Peace Corps experience is like. That varies from person to person and from place to place' he said. "The Peace Corps experience often changes a volunteeCs values in dramatic ways. though. "It's a fundamental experience. It changes your perspective and values on what education means. "We've become very parochial in the United States. We relate everything to us. The Peace Corps shows you that you're just a part of a bigger scene." Meons (from page one) "We never hear." he said. the word respect-tespect tot our brothers' vision." I he white-originated word 'unity" is always substituted. he continued. Means said in an interview with The Alligator that the American Indian was to a nitnute degree" now experiencing better relations with the U.S. government. HOWEVER, the important thing to be remembered is that the statistics of suppression. deprivation and oppression of the Amorican Indian are growing worse, not better.' he added, [he only tenable solution, he said. "is independence, damn it!" In the continuing tight to Main Indian rights and sovereignty. Means told the conference his group is taking its appeals into the international arena. "THE LATEST major thing we're doing is ~.orking with the United Nations." he said. He added that he and his advisors intend to go to New York City Saturday, Feb. 22, and meet with nine international lawyers to discuss plans for working within the international sphere. 'Through many different types of strategies." he said. "we can become a tree and independent people who have a right to be a member of the international cornitunity-and this is what AIM is all about." Means told The Alligator that the results of the Latin Anierican conference were exactly what he had expected: "communication with our South and Central American brethren." MEANS SAID he was here without official U F sanction and had to raise money privately in order to attend the conference. Ihe outspoken Indian leader said AIM has had 'no problem" with the working press. 'it's the ones in the ivory towers who make the decisions, the editors and publishers, that I have trouble with." he said. Freshmen (from page nIle) informed that UF "ill tot be able to make a decision on their applications until late March or early April. according to Koib. AT THAT TIME, a number of students ~.ill he admitted to meet the 2.~00 figure' "We hold a large uunber in the deferred category." White said. About 2.500 high school students have already been accepted as students for this fall. but KoIb said 'some of the 2.5W have not responded and have been cancelled." KOLS ADDED a UF freshman applicant who has been accepted has five ~'nks to respond to the notice of' acceptlttct. 'The figure will 'art" KoIb said of the ptt'cttttflge of admissions and acceptance. "The economy has j large et1~d.' ICoib geld litany students are staying at horn. and golfto community colleges to save the expense of going away to schooL THERE IS ALSO the problem of the high 'chool student who applies to several schools, ,ind picks troni those who accept him or her. All freshmen students were required to live in University housing." Whitehead said. "Zn the past that was a good way of knowing" "ho would attend UF. [hose ~ho paid housing fees were considered much more real as prospective ~tiidents than those who didn't ply the t~a. WHEN UF HOUSING officials polled 3.400 enterIng freshmen last year. only 1W chose to take advantage of the new opportunitv to mole oft-campus. "Those who paw have far less attrition than those 'ho don't" he said. "The housing contract is due back 30 days after the offer of application is made," Whitehead said the accepted applicant has to either par the housing f ~ithln ~ days or apply lot a waker to itt off-tampa Marston decides status of public interest group President Robert OMarston will meet with the Public Interest Research Group (NRC) today at 4p.m. to discuss the establishment of P1KG as a student-funded organization a UP. Hoxanne Marietta. president of UFs PIRG, Michael Berman. a Washington lawyer who advises P1KG groups, and interested students will defend at today's meeting the validity of. petition containing 22000 signatures collected in 972-73. The petition, signed by SI per cent of the then-student body in favor of voluntary funding isastipulation of last year's Board of Cheating sessions" f/i-am page one) ThE CHEATING alleged by Saunders involved conferring betweeii two or more students on answers to the take-honie exam. the student said. ''I just didn't want to sit in limbo until I got the test back." the student said, explaining why she decided to confess. In addition, the student said, she did not "ant to be called before the Honor Court on theahing charges during their investigation of Business Administration cheating ring. The student said. 'I'm sure most of the class did that kind of thing," refh'ring to conferring on the take-home exam. "I CHEATED, it's as simple as that." she said. Saunders could not be reached be comment Sunday. Director ol Student Conduct Rob pawog, said he heard of the incident "right away** "hen Saunders announced he topid take confessions Feb. 3. DESPITE THE uncertainty surrounding curreaSy twain Me. .Lena biwlup. Regents bill allowing state universities to set up a consumer interest group on campus with voluntary funding. Marietta said they have filled the regents requirements with the 1972 petition. However. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said the petition is invalid because it is not representative of the current student body. More than 70 per cent of the student body. or I&(X~ new students, have come to UF since the old petition was completed. Sandeen said. Denson said he does not encourage a professor doing it his own way." I-Ic said the current situation is admittedly special one "where a professor might want to conic up with his own procedures." "But I don't approve of that as a blanket practice, Denson said. DENSON SAID he advised faculty nieniben dealing with cheating incidents to turn them over to the Honor Court. Irving Goffnian. chairman of the economic department. said hens aware of the cheating incident, and he understood Saunders "had iol.ed that completely with his class." Cioffinan, who aid he had diuctuued the incident with Saunders, said he did not know how many students wet, Involved but thomajat the figure IndIcating almost h.if of the darn we Involved wety "out of lIa~ COWMAN SAID Saunders flnd the students the choice of going to the Namer Cost or handling it throqh the dam cm. biwes. and that most of than weehed K as barn ubamass end Semis

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Pog.~. lb. lnd.p.nd.ntflovldo AJIIg.tr. Monday. F.bn,.ry 24 )975 Federal career workshop today the UF Placement Center is sponsoring Federal Career Day today hen, 9 am. to 4 pm in room 361 of the 3 Wayne Reflz Union. WHAT'S Dy DONNA BRUGMAN Ml~ato. layout Liter JEWISH HOLIDAY~ Purim-MegilIsh reading Monday, 7 p.m. at the Hillel Fo.jndation. For further information call 372-2w. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE: Our Ibinking and Our World" will be presented I uesd.y at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Rein Union. rooms 346-347. Ib, further inlbrmaton contact Rick Stewart at 373-2850. CITIZEN ADVOCATES: orientation session at Sunland I raining Center. Inservice I raining building, tonight at 7 p.m. Open to anyone who would like to work one-to-one with the retarded. For further information tall Roberta Malavenda at 378-1409. ECKANAR SATSANG: will hold an introductory talk Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 339, J. Wayne Rein Union. For turther antorniation call 377-6453. 373-8393, or 3760863. PEACE CORPS AND VISTA: recruitment Monday through thursday from 9 am. until S p.m. in front ot Library West and tile Colonnade. Looking tot June graduates in all fields. AGRICULTURE STUDENT COUNCIL: titeeting on tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in room 1031. McCarty Hall. BOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCILS: will meet I tuesday at 7:30 pai. in room 356. 3. Wayne Rein Union. NUCLEAR SCIENCE: lecture and tour on luesday at 7:30 p.m. In room 227. Nuclear Science building. For further inforniation call Repre~entauivc~ Iron, federal agencies ~.Il discuss job opportunities and applicacion procedures ~.,th students interested in workingg icr the federal government. HAPPENING Donald Mock at 373 2775 RODEO CLUB: will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in room 2102. McCarty Hall. Fm further information call Robert Barnum at 372.5073. TEACHING U. the System session tonight at 7 1.m. in room 122. i. Wayne Reitz Union. For tunhet inforniatios call 392-1261. ORTHODOX CHURCH. and Todays World '.111 be the lecture topic tonight at 7:Y) p.m. in room 339. J. Wayne Rcitz Union. For further ntbrmation call 392-7526. HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight *58 p.m. in room 220. Florida Gym. For further informatiofi call 377-5329. FM. SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY: will men luciday St 7 p.m. in tOO!)) 215. UtIle Hall. For further information ~.il 378-6144. ART SHOW: Tuesday from 7-10 p.m. in the Murphrec Area commons building. For further information contact Norma Mentagnino at 3924091. BLACK LIT AND MUSIC: presentation in the Murphhee Area commons building tonight from 7-9p.ni. For further information call Norma Montagnino at 392-6091. FUTURE FARMERS: wilt meet tonight at 8 p.m. in room 1151. McCarty Hall. For further inforniation call 392-0502. GEOGRAPHY STUDENT: association will hold a general meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. In room 203. Bryan Hall. All Ge~raphy majors dre invited. For further information call 3920496. FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet tonight at 4:45 p.m. in Constans Theatre. For further information call 392-2037. WITORS NOTE: Inside InIonMIon Is a weekly feats. hi The Alligator. p.oMhug reader, wish authoritatIve infoemstlon on all aspects of pe.o.usI health and poitles tithe Student Health Set-ike. Bibg your questions to room 305 i. Wayne Relax Union *1 the lobby .1 the Student Health Swim. For fudher InformatIon piese coCci the Health Education Office at the Student Hitk SenIc.-nau 237.) When you an t.~Ing to remove a p.rtIcle from the eye, do you pull the eyelid dews or what? You should wash the eye by pouring water into it to get the foreign matter out. If it does not tonic oat easily. place a dressing or piece of moist cotton on the closed lid, bandage it loosely and see a physician. I. It nMurS fo. your blood pmusure to go up as you get odds? Its true that older people. on the average. have higher blood pressures than younger people. But this tendency is not normal" in the sense of "healthy? With high blood rrcssurc. your heart has to work harder than normal. ~'our blood assetss are literally under increased pressure. Ihe wear and tear on theni itay eventually cause changes which interiert ~ ith the function of some organ of the hod, unless the blood pressure is reduced. What Is endomeftiosh? I he endomerriuni is the mucous tissue that lines the uside ot the uterus. Each month. ust jtta titenstruation. the endonictriun, iii pieparatioii to receive and nourish a A FRAU ot Aa Ratev AsSault' PvOI.cI yOotmdI Wdh 0in. a molly rut nhsrdiystop. attacker. 4 War,. P 0 So' *'3 dCW~ Gj 3~7~ fertilized egg. If an egg is not implanted the endonietriun, disintegrates and is sloughed otT in menstruation. Endonietriosis occurs when the endontetrial tissue is round growing anyplace other than inside the uterus. The tissue niay be found at a number of possible sites, including the ovaries, cervix, abdominal ~aIl and bladder. The causes of the disease are not understood. Why Is Ii that lest twice as .ueh as my roommate (we're the sam, height ad weight) and she has to watch her ,nlglitl AlthouRh two people may weight the same. differences of age, amount of daily exercise and rate of metabolism can mean you will need vastly different amounts of calories to maintain your weight. What could cans. my stash a. -.ap.st befon I eat? It could be due to smoking habits. Tar and snioke irritants stimulate the secretion of 'aliva as they are inhaled into the body. The excess saliva irritates the stomach lining. Some nonprescription and prescription drugs can also irritate the stontach lining. If you suspect an upset stomach is a side efThct of a drug sot, are taking. notify a doctor. Strain Iron. tension and nervousness causes the stomach to secrete excessive aillounts ol digestive jasices. When there is no locM present to break down, these juices Irritate the stoniach lining. 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CHALLENGING. EXCITING. One year study program in English in Israel for American and Canadian students at the University of Haifa starting July 20, 1975 through June 30, 1976. Program Features: Small groups Israel and Middle East Contemporary Scene Integration into Israel student lifeandcultural life 1-laifa Guided individual student field nroiects Costs: TUITION (including registration) Ulpan and Academic Studies $1,400 HOUSING (two students in a room for the year) each $550 Transportation Additional For additional information and applications write to: AMERICAN FRIENDS OF HAIFA UNIVERSITY 500 FIFTH AVENUE SUITE 802 NEW YORK NEW YORK 10036 DOMINO'S INFI FIGHTING S Order your I week and v rqtsst. -C : mi* hATIO ALE lovorit. DomIno. Pizza this t*ll odd FifE pepperoni on FAST HOT FREE DELIVERY --rn-rn lit. Ind.p.ed.n$ MoM. MIIg.tr, Mont.y. F.~ni.iy 24 1978, Fag. 7 Trees (/iuz, page thn'e) GREENE SAID HE DIDN'T think I was necessary to have a I.rttteyi policy web as FAG ~ suggesting. We do it daily.' The draft form of the statement requests four policies to be included in the regents operating manual. The lWst request is to protect and preserve all flowering plants two inches in dianieter and all frets four inches in diameter that are at breast height. SMITH SAID BREAST HEIGHT is about four and a half feet from the ground and is a standard measure in determining a tree s height. The second proposal is to develop, publish and enforce a policy governing the removal of trees and their destruction on all university property. rhe third inclusion is to protect and preserve all trees not being removed flon. construction sites. THE FOURTH PROPOSAL WOULD be to develop a presidential committee similar to the Econological Committee at Florida Techrologtcal University (FTU) in Orlando. Smith said the FTU committee, as part of its job. reviews the destruction and preservation of trees from an enI vironmental angle. She said this committee has been in existence for about two years and despite sonic problems they have been very effective. THE DRAFT FORM OF the tburlh proposal includes several points. The committee would consist of seven members. EAG recommends the members should be one university planner. a representative from the plants and grounds division (preferably a director or superintendent), a faculty ecologist. two faculty members from the departments of horticulture. threstry or botany, an environmental engineer (preferably one who knows hydrology) and the seventh member would be a Student. Another point isthecommitteewould hold open meetings for public discussion no sooner than two weeks after giving public notice. SMITh SAID PUDLIC NOTICE would include giving the time, place and agenda of the meeting through a universitywide medium. The agenda would include which trees were being considered at the meeting. She said they are also asking that all trees being considered should be visibly marked by a tag one week prior to the meeting. "This is still draft form and some things could change by Wednesday." Smith said. She did say she didn't think too many things would change. ALSO DUNG SENT TO the regents with the policy statement isa report on information gathered from the nine universIties concerning each schools' tree policies. Smith said there aren't any universities with a written policy concerning the preservation of trees on campus. Included with the report will be a statement from EAG on why they think their policy should be included in the regents manual. Smith said trees aid in water and soil retention. temperature control. they cut down on dust and noise, they act as wildlife reftiges. and they enhance the beauty of the campus. A carur in lawwiDget law Sal. What can you do with only a bachelor a dqeOl Now there ma way to bridge the gap between an undergraduate education and a challeno~og. responsible career Th Lawyers Assistant is abi. to do work Iradijloaally done by lawyers. Thre Ifiofiths of inlefihive trasnmflI CS. give 40u the skiIl.-th. COUTSS at. taught by lawyers. choose a,. ef the ass cowaea ott.md-choo.e the city in which you want to work. ~~flC* I 970Th. tnatitul. for Paralegel Training ha placed more than 700 graduate, in law fIrms. bunks, and corporations in over SC cilia If you aI a sluds.: of high academic aiaodlng and are interested in a career as a Lawyers Assistant. wed ek, to met YOU Contact your placement office to, an interview weth ow representative. We well visit your Campus CC flUAY, MARCH 7 The Instate hr ParahgaI Training (2,SI ~~24*OO

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~r I. Tb. hd.pad.et MoM. M1av. Mcod.y, bb.wry IA 1975 EDITORIAL The 24th week It is unfortunate the manslaughter conviction last week of Dr. Kenneth Edelin should be t'~e focal point for renewed controversy over abortion. Unfortunate, because the specific evidence in Edelin's particular case is too contradictory, too clouded by emotional and factual conflict, to draw specific conclusions from 1,200 miles away. However, the broad issues raised by the case while equally difficult to deal with--are too important to withoid comment So while we will refer here to specific aspects of the Edelin case, we will not argue one way or the other with the jury's finding in Boston. But we will say that if Edelin committedthe acts the Commonwealth of Massachussetts says he did, and if the fetus he allegedly committed them on was a viable human being, then the principle endorsed by the jury's finding was a just one. The principle is that a medical doctor. in performing a perfectly legal abortion, is not absolved of his responsibility to do everything he can to maintain the life of the fetus if it can survive outside the mother's womb. With the Edelin case, viability-the ability of the fetus to survive outside the womb, albeit with medical assistancehas become a legal definition for the starting point of human life and human rights. The U.S. Supreme Court, in January 1973, accepted medical evidence that viability is achieved between the 24th and 28th weeks of pregnancy, or during the "third trimester." The Court ruled states could not prohibit abortions before the 24th week, but could restrict them afterward. There was conflicting expert testimony in the Edelin trial as to the age of the aborted fetus. The jury found the fetus was old enough to be viable, and found Edelin guilty of smothering a human being after removing it from the womb. In addition. Edelin's lawyers argued that death of the fetus is inherent in any abortion. The prosecution's argument, which we endorse, was that abortion signifies only the termination of pregnancy, and not necessarily the death of the fetus. We accept the Supreme Court's ruling that viability occurs between the 24th and 28th week of pregnancy. And we continue to support the right of women to make their own moral decisions to terminate pregnancy during the first six months. And further, we support the right of women to make that same moral decision Ifter the 24th week--the right to have a 1a1 abortion in the third trimester. But we cannot support the abandonment of a doctor's responsibility to maintain human life. Is it right to bring an unwanted human being into the world? We would say no. and we advocate the availability of cheap, safe contraceptives and educated family planning. But it is our belief that by the time the problem gets to the operating table, in that crucial third trimester, the only thing that matters is the preservation of human life. And if what Dr. Kenneth Edelin held in his hands in the operating room of Boston City Hospital was a human being, he should have used every bit of his skill and training to keep it alive. The Edelin case ii being appealed, and its final resolution may shed an entirely new light on the question of when human life begins. It may. in fact, eliminate legal abortions after the 24th week of pregnancy throughout the nation. But in light of existing evidence, and with the trembling judgment human beinp are forced to exercise in the most difficult situations, we will not condone the death penalty for a human being one minute old any more than we will condone it for a human being 50-years old. a I LA. Tony' Katlor J~mv. cook. Mab.%~bd. Mo C. *w To. MSd cm. Roy MaO. Jr. Don. bh kc~ The old age Ponzi game Ida Fuller passed away recently at the age S 100. Did you say you vs never heard of Ida PullerThats not surprising. Her name wasn't very well known. lIEU NUMUER, on the ether bad was quite famous. She was Number One. That's Social Security number 00000.~0l. It was quite a nice deal for Ida Fuller. She put $22 into Social Security and got back $20,940.85. That's a 104,177 per cent return on her investment. Even after deducting a few thousand per emit fir inflation, that's a pretty fair return. It would seem that Number One has received 520,91W hi free money. But, as Rebut Heinlein has pointed out, there ain't no such thing as a free lunch. Ida Fuller has just gotten someone else to pay for lunch. That "someone else" is everybody who earns a wage. By the end of Old Number Onds life, the U.S. government was putting the bite on paychecks for about 500 billion per year. AND, OF COURSE, it was that $00 billion that was paying tbr Ida Fuller's benefits. Sinet the money being stolen iron, todajs paychecks is going to buy the votes of today's retirees, where will the money come from to pay us off when we're 65? You guessed it. [twill come from tilt paychecks of today children and wage-anien yet unborn. This is what the United States government calls insurance. It's what the rest of the world calls a Pc'nzi game, after the swindler of the same name. You may have beard about the oil exploration swindle that caught quite a few big names including ~Adam Smith," the author of "Supernioney." The swindlers paid off each wave of investors with the money from the next wave. TillS CREATED the illusion of a fast~growing business with a rod rate of return. The investors didn't realize that there was so mudi cash Sating around only because the company was&t wasting any of it looking for oil. Naturally. the whole thing collapsed eventually fir roughly the sane reasons that chain letter. dwt work forever. Thafs an example of a Nazi game in the private sector. As bad as it is, its better than social security. No -is iawed to participate. The people running the show usually end up behind bars. However, when the government pulls off a Pouzi game. BRIAN DONERLY OPINION nobody goes to jail. Instead, the clowns get reflected toy cawing all those lovely checks to be sent out. mE AMAZING thing about social security is its continuing popularity. By the standards of any other insurance program. it is bankrupt. It's bqinning to challenge the Income tax as the biggest bite out of your paycheck. And despite all this, questioning social security is still political suicide. Despite the popularity of Social Security, one mall reform has bee, floating around in some circles. Starting with the reasonable premise that the illusion of social secunty as insurance is no longer wstainable, some people are urging that the program be run honestly. To them, this means financing social security out of general revenue hands rather than a special tax. The advantages are: No more irritating FICA tax on the paycheck. No more nasty jokes about social security being bankrupt. By financing social security with a prqrcssive Income tax, it would become an instrument of income redIstrIbution. THIS "REFORM" will probably come about in a few years. It will eliminate all of modal security's problems except the following, They will still be stealing $80 billion (or more) per year You will still be forced to participate. SIt will still be based on the gnusly paternalistIc idea that the government knows better thai, you do how to plan fir your old age. But these are small considerations, based on outmoded ideas like human freedom. The "reform" will tak. care of social security's public relations problems, and Sat's *li*t nietten. r DOvid Selti MIn~id.IM DOvidlOda I N. fltr ThM Wood -n~ DO.w -M~. o-~ MSfl~ sea ~a. ha. 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EDITOR: I am a student of the gospel. As such, I am a ireful sufferer of cacoethes scribendi: a diseased propensity or writing As recently as Feb. 13th. your paper got my ,,wels in an uproar. While reading the Alligator during my ministerial period, I received a severe cramp. (You see. I ~annot aflbrd lunch so I read the food ads as a substitute.) Leonardo's advertisement left a sour residue all afternoon. Very poor taste. As a joke, an advertisement come-on, or a conversation piece, it was a not so subtle put-down of student i~te, piece by piece. or no matter how you slice it. Ihe piwtllre accompanying it was lewd and lascivious. I submit that the aforementioned ad oIThursday. February I hh. was of raw humor and request that in the futuic Leonardo's refrain from such vulgarity. Do they serve pizzas LAW also? I don't know if the fault lies with Leonardo's for the ad\ ~tiggtStiOfl. or with your ad staff artist, but one of you did a ~ross disserice to the other May your readership be assured ot better judgenient in the future? A newspaper is obligated to 'erve the masses what they want to read in order to statist~ iiulual Interests. But that ad is bad public relations. Pi'oltssional journalistic jurisprudence demands that press treedon, be balanced by press responsibility in determining published material. The real tragedy of this affair is the cheap. demeaning attitude the world, specifically the businesscomnunity, has in egard to personal values such as sexual expression. Using the sex drive as an inducement to stimulate business is Unlortunately the way the economy of our society operates. Our economy may well be at a change of life, but I hope it doesn't lake literary pornography to get it back in the groove. FAR BE IT tram nit to obstruct the bowels of justice and liberty After all, look what happened to the late Albert, now ~Ieceased, If you have the intesricle fortitude (a euphemism. you Leonardo level thinkers) to print this letter, in the midst ot a recession, considering your paper's overhead and the possible loss otad revenue whiebmight accrue.thenyouare newspaper with a moral conscience and I congratulate you. And to you Alligator Readers: in the interest of affirmation or negation, keep then, cards and letters coming. Oh. by the way. if Leonardo's insists on running the picture of the nude male on their pizza ad as in Monday's Gator of. the I 7th please put two tomatoes alongside the sprig of' parsley. French dressing would top off that salad. I hear they've got a new pizza at Leonardo's called the gastrorgasm't It makes your bowels roar with delight. SERIOUSLY, I hope the notoriety caused by this letter doesn't generate any pizza business. That would be a gas. .Say, who cuts the cheese at Leonardo's anyway? Judgon Ray Cheating as a crime EDITOR: To open the proceedings and hearings of he Honor Court at the university of florida to the 'iew of the news media and he general public would 1orne very close to making healing a crime. It would allow the State of Florida through the University to brand, publicly. a student Lofl'victed of an honor court violation, a cheateC. When the state exercises such a power over an individual iitisen all of the safeguards of EDITOL A. a muter of the women's Daiketball Team (yes. UPdces have awomeus Basketball Team!) I've bee's very interested In riding 'esponbfto Lou Bramaccie's article concerning womeus 'ports coverage. I'm from a state wheat our mIs high school team received as muds Coveap ~ the boy's team -including pictures. As a result, we had Deug Old kflflln.M Shoe the criminal justice system, should be available to assure fairness and justice. As I understand, the Honor Court is an advisory body. that is a a group of students advising the University adninistrator in charge of student conduct of its opinion about an individual student's actions and suggesting a response. The Honor Court is a long way from a board or commission or advising a board or commission and is not or, in my opinion, should the conintunity's interest and support. It was quite a surprise to comet the biggest university in the state of florida and read the write-un of our games -consisting of the tore, the leading player and a coach's comment. No wonder people don't get interested in the team: I get rather bored myself reading them. Eon CUOI'InG O~ Macdo'. Slor O.ore. Kchn.C Jr pun U".' bce. -wet Mmdi Ktnl Ms. Mn. Mw not be covered by the Sunshine Law. A shadow of doubt has been cast over those business students who did not cheat. but unfortunately revealing the names of those who were caught and punished will not remove any lingering suspicions that others were involved. Let the Honor Court function, the alternative is to have the legislature declare cheating a crime. Kenneth S. Davis 4LW Mr. Brancaccie wrote. "you haven't conic far enough to jam sports stories down unwilling reader's throats' I feel he can only speak for himself, not the readers, since it's a mailer of personal interest as to what people read. I pc-tonally sun not very interested iii the injuries and health problems on some of our men s teams. but they seen, to~i~ more publicity than any accomplishments of our Women's teams. I feel like we're in a rut that is impossible to get out of. We can t get good coverap because readers aren't interestedBut how can we ever get their interest if we don't get good coverage? Some iniaginitive reporting of women s sports by the Alligator sports staff would certainly help! Sue Chambers ADVICE & DISSENT Waiting for Butler Just beyond University Ave. and Thirteenth Street there exists a political entity called the City of Gainesville. You may have heard of it. NOW II'l this entity, which I. also called the University City", there ernst. a government. consisting of a five-member City Commission and a bunch of bureaucrats. Once every year there is an election to decide which men (no women are ever elected, but they can run if they want to) will serve for two three-year terms on the commission. This May we have another election coming up during which two sets will be tiled. The seats of Mayor-Commissioner Neil ABulter and Commissioner Joseph W. Uttle will be up for election this year. LITTLE HAS already announced he will run for re-election to his scat. Little is rumored to be considering an even higher office, but will be on the ballot in MaySo will former Commissioner Ted Williams. But as of yet, no one knows what Butler will do. which is something tInt is bctheri~g a lot of people particularly people who would like to rut, fin his seat. Under normal circumstances one could expect that Butler would not run again, but the circumstances are fat from nomial. Butler, who first ran fot the Cwrn.hrnon in 1969. was re-elected to hi. second and supposedly last term In 1972. or so the city charter says. DUTIN Feb. 1972, three mosthi before his tint term expired. Butler resigned after it was discovered that he had once been arrested and tried hr embezzelirag $9 from the mail in Atlanta In 959 and supposedly had lost his civil right. Included in those civil rights supposedly lost was the right to run for and hold office, so Butler miped. After he had his civil rig)st. restored three mouths later he won a resounding re-dectbn bid. Under the GaInesvIlle City Charter. Butler wuald have to step don after serving his second term, but he contends that since he resigned during his first term he can run again. GalnesvIfle City Attorney Osse ft. Pagan said In a 1972 opinIon that eves though flintier resigned. he had still been elected twice and therefre could not run again. tuui mu mO rated until Butler secretly requested an opinion from Florida Any. Gem. RobS Shevin in Nov. 1974. Shevin never gav* the opinion, but he did sayina lettertoflslerthatthematterwould have to be settled in the courts Butlerhasneversaidhewill run, nor has he said he will not run In the niohths since the Shevlfl letter was made public. He has since said that he. "cauMulag it" or waiting lot a "qualified black candidate" to declare so Butler can end his turn. DOUG HATCH STAFF WRITINGS Butler's statement brings up a rather interesting point about this fair city. There has always been at least one black on every city board or commission, if one can be found to sit On it, THERE ISa black on the City Commission (Butler) one on the City Plan Board and more than one on the Human Relations Advisory Board. In the case of the Plan Board, a black was shifted over from the Human Relations Advisory Board, which deals with racial and other matters to the Plan Board, which considers such subjects as flood plains and zoning, after Tom Coward won a seat on the Alachus County Commission. lntqestingly enough this "syndrome" doesn't seem to come from the black areas of the city. bjt from the Northwest section which is jttl iberal enough to make sure the blacks will be represented, at least In color, if not bypeople who share the same socioeconomic problems of the black community. and who might not even live there. lUThER DOES live i~ the black adios of town, however, and for the most patt does represent the interest, of the southeast side of the city. Butler's replacement, if he doesn't run. though may not represent that section. Butler has already been asked not to run in editorials in both the Gainesville Sun and the Independent Advocate. The Advocate said Butler has served long enough and the Sun said only bad things could come from Butler's running again. Buteshasonly responded so far by attacking the Advocat. and its editor J. Ben Rowe. Aside from that flintIer still sticks to his statements that be I. considering It. THE SUN asked Butler to declare his mntdfitlofi Immediately seven weeks ago, because ef a fear of many In the community that If Butler waits too long. thedhctics could be draued thisugh the courts for mcmli. As of yet, the UP instructor of pqdhlatrlc nursing Neil A. Baler Is saying flhhg nothing at all about whether he I. guing to rut,. And because he I. saying nothing, a lot t candidates who feel they vs do pod ~b hr the city a the City Coamlalo. are&t 'ayhg anything either, as they sit on the siddim waiting. I -a.a How about some coverage? The Independent Florida Alligator The InieflhYhfit N.M. MlIptr, MoM.v. F.b.c.y it Sift Pq.9 A not-so-subtle put-down on taste

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'n.'0S. Int.p.M.M No.15. MIIqtr. Monky. Nfrv.y 24 1975 I-4t -a> r~frA .4 51130 GANDAIFS -win ., cbas.s, bmods. fnjlft. Mon Sot. 7 pin liii? Wooden music oil wok Happy Hour Mon Pd 4-7 pm. A spitidid tin,. is guoront.d for oil, 2300 NW ~ ii. m-90 SNUMYS -p~b styi. lunches, impeded b.r fin. wine, n~oy ourfomoosloufly Swrrot 10)7 W. UnlveMty For b.,, win., kop. ond I cc corn. to GATOS N~SMU SMIW IRkS. ~.n lOan to 12 pm. For something nw in. dlnn., metouroat try ii,. pub in *1. uwivmny INN. 1901 SW IM. Phone 372633& Vidi hg Dodd1'. 'Whe.e Voor. Never Mon. Three lotions: Lompllght.r, Cm City and Th. MIbI. I IatflYtEAfltr JOtS CUJ ho. on oIfrr you can't ru. Sup.e lunch .p.cloIs for only $1.25. Ov.t SO .endwIche to ci,. from at 1118 SW Sit MINd'S GATOS HALlS -Satin, Tok.out hovo it ~llv.r5. buoy our food (end bar a. win.) any way you wont 377. 6510. DOMINO'S PIZZA -MIS DILIVERY. loshide 376-3317, Camp. 376.2487, WIM. 378. 2415. Tb. Ow fomely n~,tt ou$koic Ch'n.s. lad roe., Opn fo. un~ Ft.doy. ~ to 2 ~ thru thundoy 5 ~ Ic 9 and Soturdoy. 5 30 a LUNCH SPEC ~OE 1720W. University Ave. IL ALACHUA COUNTY INFORMATION~ AND REFERRAL SERVICE 373-8577 d os r.o.no~Ie -~ h Monday *.u nor Monday Wpnvb.doy OW pm ~ALSl 5 J~NT4 377-4655 COIJNTSY KITCHEN I. now .vlng hen,, county cooklvq. b.okh.t ip.cIol., $1.25; lunch spoclols. $2.00. At 141* Gd.,owiII. Uwacis M.AM N. MI 372-6219 lb. b.*h. MM. Is im W.d thaw. 37~2139 nvlq hom.nod .gp. hA 4 wad,. luke .nw.4t. .d balmS pod. (~n I*S&U 114:00 Sot. ---------------------You can have' a COUPOn I page td.ti I I I -$7.92 Cal 376*dASZ a -------a 'Si [A4Osj~ tr SWY OW g &vv Nw*fl *41S0.rm.t. (p p.r nest.) g I lmp.,sb.rVm.w.t. Pasyht.~b~af. I I. frn a g g I I I I aI I207.0FF I ON ALL LABOR j. RepoirON ALLAm.elcati&Ffllgn Cart Specializing in ~s. HAIJIATIEs)PO STATION 372O19~ -an 1' Gainesville 1128 W University Ave I THIS COUPON ENTITLES YOU TO ~ IFREEIIAME OMAN? A I PIUALL MACHINE S F' I I ~da ny Monday to Thursday and Sunda I 'a pgigu I -------a--aJ ---aa -HOMEMADE SOUP I CHILI AND I W9T~ THIS COUPON m~~?NY'S newt. iCWIS uc.aoa I .vd.r .4.0. Sflhr -weo. OeIy .cflo. p. wsI will ho p,, ,astr~,,rIdIuIt S.luVSay. MWCWI, n--n ----a-a-a----I I I I $1' AMEtSWISSflt. I ----a ---I I TWO POE ONE Suyaf mudurwn phq.e .9 Ca plus .UpS'tchsq. avid veWli gW. ye. mm of ymn choI~ Er. of dwrg. Rn.r,&. w.'II help you paint. or have ye @Ioti. Is do ye.s, ot~ *iMg. @uwbehvimdpds.U. we I ou.psea. 5&&b. a. in Wn&b-w-wm Plaster S allerv I aaa tent. tunsra 4am' 4 ftl

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PLAINS DRIFTED cur EASTWOOD 1 *1 1 at the RAT --~-~tzrZ QN\~ iI/ /> PubUW. hw. FAST 0~~$TPMNT~NG torn any camera ~eadv C00V NL.~UdWt3j6 lug ~ -.rnc#es ~ ~gE5. Copies as o~ as 1' Ill U. ~ga' An. Is tie PS mPG FOR SALE Fo' sole hegnono itolon slide rule talc 60. 10t7 pockt.nt~ llAsw2nd P) ~fr C I mutwian \ --I 7mba.4 w THIRD ANNUAL PA N *AL Li NIC Is IMI~ 'OR SALE acer ~, Set,'5 g All trailer + roan, r 01 ho campus *9 nylon bock cju'.t air rand Frost fr. frg must go Ave A-5~ 85rake offer ~860 Arch., Rd U' or ~r pi~37l 2171 or 3,3-8132 A ST asp) for sole gorrord s19% turn loble ihur. pg 41 cartr.dg. cucirig only 2 months old $I~ but will colt Glenn 3784809 A St 85 P) Hewlett pockord HP~ Ik. new corn pIes. wit4~ cat., and 'liorg. S~ call 3734466 6-5 weekdays only (o.*46~) ~jW sanyo I rock car uereo 4 chonn.l morn~ ho, many features $50 nik or rob 376~IIig~ ~22:Non,. with whtq irtm'or oc powe. iteerino PM stereo lope rTony qood features 3787834 lay a M-B6-~) OJU For sal. Moble Horn. 8 35 Egc.lI.nt condition Calf otis, 3 pm a, 373-~48 {oSt-87-pl 73 Honda 150, new ~t of hooker _____________ headers excellent con P5000 or best offer MIke 373-0924 (0 5147-p) Minolta C.lt+c 13$ mm F 3 5 l~nrne Never used Still it, the boA Sells ~O $160 flew Only $90 377 7334 a-Si 8' p) QUAD Speaker System ~-I6 ohrnr, Ponosonic Speokers for $80 or $25 Pf* Buy 2 and charge that Sierec to NO lob-24 aud'ovo~ cc; 8 rock $25 call fred 377-8776 (a-S.Rofeit Coinpetiginon 0 spd with $fl Torn 392950) (n-3t SIp) bicycle schwinn ~ar.+ty lQ~p.ed skowroon, candtion brand new e.ce~lent condition muSt self. soye younsff $~ off retail calf 378-5776 (0 St 06-p) A PentoA S~otrnagpc II with 0 Takuma, F5 R 45On~n,,oJokurnor*3528rnrr and o Sahigor -35 W-2~ mm Best offer Coil 376 8~~od5tO8-p) Cannon 35 mm f-3 5 lens WIer,. hood ond rose, year old good condition $~ or Best offer Call 3927316 o-St-S-p) univoM electric piano flint condition $360 call oft. A ~ 378-779 (o-StJS-p) Fender oiz bohs "oturol finish with maple neck perfect Condition $235. call ken at 39~-~A5 (a-SI SOp) New SAE Mark Xl Speakers wilh new 5yr loctory wOftOfity in your name $450 pair liii S6~) Call Wiley 3769994 (aI 971 mobile 2r50 control heot & oir bedrooms Fully furnished SI ~ ~uity ossurne monthly flare 7577 or make oH., must sell colt 3732064 Alt 85S) roommate nnd*d own room howian vi lo~ $62 50 mth a us 1-3 utifitiel coil oft. 5 376-1467 (A-STI6-P) FOR RUNT your own ~ vote bdrr at the Place Ap,~. completely furnished Call Luis 0' 3?3~ 6658 o, corn, by to a~t 20 after 4pm lastos PI sublel 2hr unfurn opt 5 blk fran, campus DW AC, Garb Disp etc 5)77 no Grad Student. orihy Call Roy 392-21fl or 3730575 h 7t62 p~ Female carrots wanted Univ G.din 586 month Feb rent free Own be~oom utilities Call Cathy 373 9375 b-~ 86Pt wanted 2 femol. raorY~itOies to sublet Iu.urious 2 bedroom 2 bath opf to hare with 2 girls renl 6225 plus util country garden call 372-0171 (b St-66-p) Mole Rnommot. Wanted ApproA $25 ~ ~eekly plus i utililiel many extras CoIl 377-S043 b-St M-pl sublet I bdrm n 2 hdrni urn duplex 7750 month 6 bIke to campus available imrrediotely rest of Feb free coIl 37875*7 keep iryirl4 t St 86 p1 I '2 I V FOR RENT ~oovnmat. needed urgently for 4 hr house in, I~& Own roorr low renI ufilut.t CoIl 377.4395 ~n on trying B.5T44-~~ Semol. roornrnot* wanted for sprurg quart, fr.nch ~uoner ~oolsmd. CV PS o month ulilities no lee,, toll r8734 after 5pm (S-ST-84-P) Cute 36 Mobile Horn, in CounIry ideal or student or clot, couple o'r 'and owrsn, storage shed asking $1430. dS2C5 evenings (A-ST-I5-P) female roomol. *o. sing ~qr ow,, Win' tarn ~,ool Georgesown I" mc 1-3 oIl no ease or dep IC mm bike to campus colt Diane 37a.55l5 (S-5t15-P) P0 pet month No lens $25 d.c.it 3 blocks ho.,, campus on 2nd Ave Co.y, dean rooms, with porch fully equipped kitchen hg'er hurry on this on. (2191) Unifed Real Estate Aaoc ll3l~El6*Av. Op.n9omtogpmjfl62 (b-1T47-p) DP~CAA' "Pervers, and ~V ~4eq. V.e flU '~fl ~v' 'CSSa~ ca~ -. y~$~o~ MCTU*(S tftEA~ 233W. Univ. Ave. 377-3013 I Ama an Film Theatre s THE MAIDS PM C $ Ii* C .I I. The i,.d.pend.flt florid. Milgotor. Monday, F.hnhcwy 24. 1975, Np. F, LA G FREEI "HIGH with TONITE 91t IL ( a

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ftp It lb. bd.nad.s9 !'#4' I. C Eased Reds 376*4446 FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTED GOLDENN OLDIE" WRISTWATCH AND YOU'LL BE THE STAR OF THE PARTY Amaxingi Star's eyes move fronw side to side $79 Q( 60 tImes a nInuteI O#ip Gables bock and you've qot himl Or Groucho or hqafl or WC. Fields. .or Chaplin. or lefty hop1 Th, perfect qift for old movie Ions or just for fun! Wear one and witch the connrsation you start when your fuiefids see how the eyes move bock and forth Watch lace in eye-catchinq color. Swiss movement quarantees accurate time keeping. Unbreakable mainspring. Shock resistant. Hamiltejy finish case. Guincy leather hand. Money hack guarantee. Order now! Only $19.95 I CLARK MULE U HUMPHREY WOART ~> 4. 'I.* W.C. FIELDS A 3] A CHARLIE CIAPUN BETTY OOP aLas 'GOLDEN OLDIE TEl SHIRTS Colorful laces of stars printed on hiqA quality cotton te. shift to match watch faces. Only $4.95 each. Order as many of each star as you, like; indicate SlIC: Small, Medium or Large. I Supply Limited-Mail No-risk Coupon Today! Des. Len Corporation I I P.0.3cm 5314.Grant Central Ste New York, N.Y 10017 I I I I enclos, my check or money ordet for S________________ I ($39.95 complete each watch end $495 each for tee I shirts, no usia char1.for handling or shipping). Plse send items checked completely sot;stted I I may return them for a refund. Golden Oldie Wristwatches @ $19.95 Golden Oldie Tee Shirts C $4.95 Sire Small 0 fl GABLE E GROUCHO ~ FIELDS ~ CHAPLIN SOGAUT III'. IOO~ UW~ 0 GROUCHO 0100*1! fl FIELDS fl CHAPLIN flU lOOP Mediumfi Largefi No CODs please Check or Money Order only 3 (it, ____________________________ ~eii _________________ I. I -------------&L1 sublet 2-bd dapl aft.' w nO I, own Pr,, e.nral 1,-c' $90 rnon4, ~utl$25 dep !urp.$ed 2 blocks bock ol Norman Hail 373 763' S St-SAP) WANt TO MOVt~ If you desere to rove from you' present location we mc rent. sublet lot find you o roornmote imrnedlo*eiy at NO COST Call todoytt United Red Esot. Assoc Inc 13 r%* lath Ave 3fl-642 ~~bl.t large 2 bdrrnboth opt can.plelely Iurr.h.d. close to campus *or no?. into call Candy 33-16I0 (S-ST-asP) Liberal FOOr,,VrOh. wanted, own roan, in very nice 3 b hous. 3 bled. go Campus. 5670 no 1-3 util rod or s.nio, ~wefer.d colt 372. '31 (b-3t-P-p) ROorTbote per no 4 campus I old.,, studious in, bdrm. ~ ulil, deposit, 2 btks from iv. 2nd ave (C-ST-ASP) BEER ON SUNDAY NURBY'S TACKLE BOX~ 1 BI. South at Light Newberry, Fla RID I MIKE'S SockasomPip. Tobacco Shop D.wrnown 'Mills. SF69 1.5,66 HUM HUMUS We'., help you find a home, crtnent. mobile home. or roe.$floe the .05y woyl is m. moam Ii mtMfl Open7Dovstii7W m vow as C 404 SW 4th Ave 377-67W C r S Vlatchers Jewelers IL US. A. SISI 28 trod., furnished ovosloble mar I central air I nile fran, campus I~ till i$ 372.4238 jb-2tV-p) OWN LARGE HOROOM in 4.bdrm. 2 bath, 3-story Townhoun opt 3 bik train romp". SIlO ow utilitin free Sublet I Coil 37S-~6 (b-54-86-p) Country Homes I Sbd*-$I25 (2152) 2 2 bdr-$lW 21010) 3 Duplex $120 215) 4 $135 tuil paid (296) 5 50 ocre.-$l4O 2196) 6 5 acres-pool ~I24) SM-on Poke (231) Home. Near Campus I fix it up-save $51 liohise handyman to fix up (2l5IQ~ 2 2bd,-S'S (21110) 3 2 bdr-1(45 (233) 377-6992 3,7-6992 3774492 377 -4492 377 6092 3774992 3,7-6992 needs 3774092 3,7-6992 3,7-6092 2 bdr -Ut' I ties included (I ~) 5 j bd,-wth roiled woterbed 283)3"6092 United Red Estate Asic II3NE 16th Ave Open Oar,, to 8pm 377-S92 (B-FR44-C) H.lpt Must sublet now hi op. close to campus lOo month util intl ccii lam 3,78759 after 6 l~e NW 3rd Place Help -me ft. (b.St-U-p) Ferrol. roommate, own bedroom 3 blk iron, campus, 563 no + I -3 ulnipties ccli Schovown a. Anne 3'7-SWS. {b-51-Sb.p) I for spr 0r f.m roommot. needed ci londmork aiM 2 hr pool. a'. heat, dish-washer, laundry MS 44 util Is thru une IS call 3,7-80)6 (b-5.-U-p) Subiel 2 hr opt furni.h.d, all ei.ctrtc. pool AC laundry Facilities ciase to campus 5)50 mc morri.d coupt. only call 378-4386 Beautiful 3 5* unfurnished opt to sublease stoning 3-1-75 toll 377-5747 nile, S ~ (b-St-Up) 5cr ous student to shore sni 2 bdrm house $4250 mc 4 utilities call St.,. oft. 5pm 372-37w (b-St-AS-n) Subet large 2 hi I both unfurn op. 2 mil.sfomcompus5w$2OSAAo All .-tro locilnties included coil oIler 6 ~ 377SI'S b.5t-Sp) Private bedroom Windtntodowt Lu, Apt. private both 199-mo + I -autiP furnished cobl. TV, 2712 SW 3MH St V3.JSS o~ 377-844) {S-5T-S4-P) OWN ROROOM AVAILABLE St + '/. utilities Village Apis townboij. furnished Iwo bath call Debbie after six pm b-3t-V-p) FEMALE roommate worr.d. 552 25 per month + K'. LIlIlitles, Village Pork. ApI '7, Feb fent free, coil 37T4S9 or 3735750 IB-5!85-P) WANTED GOLD S SILWR Top price, paid for ~i rin, old geweiry, etc corifldertia, to. On~ 3fl394 (c-SO-SI-c) moving in June? wanted 2 hr duplex or house for $150 ino(vegofloble)must be neor campus will sign vw lena call andi P3-9296 or nancy ifl-6M3 (C-SiTrade Sec Ill at Med Center with Sec Ill anywhere on campus 377-1121 alter 530 All Day on week.nd. ('-5i-a-.I THE CORNER DRUG STORE 128 S.W. 1 stA ye] 378-1588 New In GaInesvIlle Q~ utteyteaao 6PeStGuAant REAL MEXICAN FOOD Village Square 2409 SW 13Km 69 fl751U Med sludenI sets roommate for Own bedroom, bait, p., country garden., b.hndr,,.dcente. $116 rnope.trgrod at pta! student 3fl11 44 (C 5l-U-p) mole roomot. to shore urn I bedroom apt Olyrnp'o optt I l~ aw *5. Ave VS ma uldities c-air, heat cwpe 2 blocks I, comp.js coil Bob 373-8674 (c-5I~ ea-p) Female ,oomrnote wanted own roo.n in 2 bedroom duplex p." ok, c.vtol he,,. or, pl~o~e 3~8-S9I7 (c-At Up) Mole roornote wooted to sub-lease or ~mmeot 15056 o nonth 4uhlptg.s coil Al ot 373100' may. In now c-5t-86-p) Ferbal. Roornol. ne.de4d 'nm.dioely rescnsub4e and n.ct, brondwine 844 mo + utilities co4l 3fl.296 oftet So. weekends ic.S-8i~) Wont.d rocma~e aq roamotes go shore 2 bedroom o~ own roar,, S botivoom (or stio.* willi a friend) rent 51W (or $50) % uti (or I-S ut) toll fla-) ISO (c-SiOutboard motor 50-65 hone call 373 7102 after 6 pin S wee~& c-~W-pI ~aomnat.-Own roar,, in 973 mobile hone-prafessonoi or grad stud.nt pieferred evening. 371-2751 coil lot. if neceucry (C 3--p) flwI"AIiCoars AUTO REPAIR MI Weds G.M need Mojer-MInor 3.9.1. 206 NW. 10 An. 377-5)88 HihI Center I CUtTOM SEAMinG U.J~. Au. P3611 PAATS-377-b6OI SERViCElOAM 7 W.YS 377*0722 -6PM AWEAC Ut) SW. ARCHU S.D. 1.1. County Generator Service Alt.rnotcrs-Start.rs-Generatorsforeign Car Service Ph. 378-4011 508 N.W. 8th Ave. Now Open For Breakfast 710:3Oam MON.*FRI a' LUNCH SPECIALS New Low Prices JZZLW. UNIVERSITY 373*9453 PURl aegis jay tat S yang mAW 16 NW. 1St MEDICAL SCHOOL ASPIRANTS Over 40,(XN men and women will apply to America medical echooh this year, but only about 14MG will be sceptad. Qualified car.didetn have a valid alternativemedical eduutioii in brew. For information and application forms II (oP:~~tuhi:: :1w available veterinary and dentistry INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL EDUCATION Peovis'onell~ chertered b~ ** Aeprn. of te University Of the State ci New York 40 E. 54 St., New York 10022, (212) 632-2089 WEAR A / I Tonight 713 Mugihk readhig fohwod by a party Tummimy 7e 2nd Ms#hh Ruing 5~J3 p.m. Pudm meal ALL WELcOME C.

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~. s~.s. waa MWpv. a.dej i.&.~y24 'WI. Pup '3 AUTOS LLOYDS )OftWTIE plAcE *. buy and sell JOckflYiil~~tdo INS.33l I 0 ond Canal Ave (p-fl-flp) 962 Old. 88, nfl brakes, radiator, or pow.f. 45~ cain' m.I.t *mcelten, cond $~ 378-3247 (G-StSd-r) 0 Fiol Wogofi 'Nh white *XCCUCM shopt new ti'S. mm ob, blue book d0IUe$i6~ -COM*5**Ofld makeofler roll 3?8-U38 0 5T44-P) MAZOA 973 sun, grey ~ on' In, rodia. loot doc. s.don, sid ItontFfliSSiOfl, Only I?,riles 127w ca~ 376-5012 (0-fl-U-NC) WANTW low flieleOg. vn 0. $oyobo *OgOVi ~;tf*tObty with outomolic ,ansfliSSiOfl Coil 3ns0) (g-St-I7-~) Good b~yl 0~ vw in good .h~. Tires in *ECIiflt COfldIhiOO NIce 'r$eqor aid exterlo. Only $9~ nflb6tle Call 372new rodiol tire. flew eahout sysis." heavy duly .uIngs coji of. 4 ~ $495 flqoliobk 3SW79 (p-s'-U-p) PERSONAL COW fooni hoi, removed per nionently Coil Edmund Dwyer olecIrolog., over 20 y.o~ experience CoIl 3fl ~39 Ii FR SI C' Wedding 'n~itolrons Ill AC per lou business cords $9 95, rubbm slonrs P~4nt.ng 03 N Morn (J FR 58-C) Tern, ~op.ssl Conodos largest Service Foe COlOICOuS wnd $21o Essay S.rv~ces 57 Spodino Avenue Suds 2C0, toronlo Ont Conodo Also campus repe.,en elves r.~u,,ed Pleas. writ. I I ~5' 70 C--_ Poncho, Backpacks Pock, W fome~ tenh. Rugby Shins TraiL Shoes Whi. Stag Sse.de Bolking SuitS Join Univ Hiking Club AlIens Aquotic & Troil Cent., 3448* Univ 3739233 lift-fl C) Congrodulol ions Phi S'grro Sigma pledgesI you finally mod. II We,. to glad that your. our sate. Our best w.st,.s otwoys. your Ph. S.g lilt.,, '-2' Os-p UNIVERSITY CITY TRAVEL mir AMTRAILPLANESDIP T 923 W. LI.Iv.dty Ave. asuewgle. Me. 3501 i'. :. 7 Wi Os WEHEALTh FOODS MeNu.' Welder HI PrO Products Nflhrel VWSSI.I. Mineral. Meek. Osby Products Inks Counts flasdc bedS. S IMIv~y Pa rn-s U PS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIUA BUFFET 533-72 60 5 PICK YOUR FAVOUR!" Isles. of flavor bdmd pizza end gedeui fred, sled. $1.59. Pint ns~ 316 SW. l6ek Ave 376-4521 ALSO NOON lIME SU~T I Ism-b.JIJE~ a. F GOING OUT BUSINESS t Man-Box Spr. $9.95 New BR. Suit $99.2~ a~ King-size bed $149.50 $1200 Din~og Room A End Tables -$7.95 Suit Includes China. 4 2 pc. LA. Suit $49.50 R.ducd to $550. FURNITURE CITY USA Corner of E. University & S.E. 1st Sf4 PERSONAL SUMJ~,E~ IN EU~O~ Uni-Iravel Charters at less than a req *ConOn~y ore 65 days advance poyrr*nl r~uir.d US Gait. op~roved ~WA Pan Am Tronsovia 70'. CoIl toll free I 325-4867 Ii 39-06 p1 Gay mar, nrd wonen meet Thurs 09 7 pn' IC' nw 51., Ipsoker from ArICO i~yf OEA~ MO HAPPY 9th You a the ~renesi lii!p sit ever much love always La,' II It 98 PI The gift of God to 'hi, enlightened oge is he knowledge of the oneness of mankind and of the fundamental oneness of r.Ii~.on Boho' Writings Ii *8-c) Helpi FemoL. roonrrote ne.d.d urgently $50 uti Lilies Golorwood close a campus no deposits coil raIene 373 3725 anytime 01 ollI c-St es p} Quality teolkerwork never wears oul nlwoy, weors *n At MoSonDu we 'peciohi:. in custom leotherwork purses be Its cools I ~ kets, w 'do Is. ravel bogs if Icon be mode of leather. we con make it to suit you MosonDu I 131 N Univertity Ave open I~n,-tpm Mondoy tkru Saturday by appoinlm.nl Sunday S evening, 3'3-7"O Ci-w-~~Lorre II you smile ot nfl., I will indestond A Friend sfl~AIES ARRIVED FROM L~IDOJ. NOW ~EN S.ciomizing in EnglIsh H.,, cutting, blow wavIng for lb. In lo~ urniel Drop by ColonIal ~ozu 7'6 W. Unn, Ave 3~Z43 (i-SO.53-~ LOST& FOUND I lost &ock Leather keycose with 3 k~'s (2 U of F, I penonol) ITS offe, for return coIl Richard Virgono 392-1S35 or 3924631 L 5t84-P) lost hiown woliet ot hIt' Union Iowa friday night 01 movie ke~ money I us need Ike papers depeeolely Call 37312184 after I (I-3t.8-p~ Loll Mostly block calico killer w nve~ toes on each fronl pow Coil 373-~63 I Qeword (I Il-SOp) SERVICES STATISTICS TUTORiI'JO By brine, stotistict instructor Call Mike or 3?6-~I2 in' 2' 87-rl *.ajnr ond rinor 'epa' on ai1 foreign ond don'esl'c autos 5*. Bill and Mikes Auto Repoir or 2225 NW 6 St or coIl 376 94N In' St e7-p' papers hesfl no Otolert Ion big expert erperierced published Writer, reteorcher coIl 378-5520 M-5T-05-PI 4 SERVICES Scuba Classes staring F.b 26* Wreck Dive March 91k Sales S.vce MenIals Ion, Allen (Co-hosI of Wild Kindom V Aliens A~uo$ic 1,01) C.nte. Inc 2448W Univ 373-9233 nifr46-c) ~c4S1S BOAROED 111,1. Pyoirie Ronch informal & fti.cdty oil focilllie. 6 mm Iron, UP Soils PS, potwe $25 mo 47)9 eve (m-)O-6.p) *4YPWS~ *tPS PWftE ATTAIN GOALS BY AIDIIE ANY fl4YSCAL ANO K~NTA4 Alit 1W -STUOVI ~OWE AO V -Afl*ETCS teem seif-kyproeja 37340% Donald C PTotI-Certufl.d AAEH Europe isroel AF rico Asia trove I discounts yw round sludent aIr I~ov*l inc Aft first aye luck., go ~4 (0) 9346640 rn-25$.U.p) Mobile horn. 972 2 60 co~peI brick skin & oncliored 3fl-~ $3100 must -4~ SW 20 Ag. tot No V (in-St ea-p) WIRED FOP SIGHI Ike tyregoss SUre. Mart" UMVtRSITY OflICIANS 3~SW 4th Ag. 378-4S M S&53.C} -------------FREE M4MYSIS I WIIHAUAUAJP fl~ 10 pence an plugs, p1. cood. B I 1 labor An, Pam L~ .iflSN.!JL 2flUCj A A /MPO/i'TEP P47 Life PORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR ALL FOREIGN CARS S ASK ABOUT OUR STUDDIT DISCOUNT MON -FRI. 9:006:OO PM SAT. 1O:0O.2:dO PM 1012 1. MAIN ST. -272.4341 4 At. ever binndug variety of locus to pick frou~ BILL PAYING LOANS *HARD GOOD LOANS Open 8:00 am 0 VACATION LOANS *PERSONAL LOANS -3:30pm Monday thru Friday BOAT LOANS CAR LOANS HOUSE IMPROVEMENT LOANS 1200 SW 5th Ave. ___GAINESVILLE flORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDiT A Everything must be sold1 NEW & USED J-? / Lb

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Stormy dual meet season over By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Ailgator Sports Writer hc IA wini (cam' stormiest dual iluet 'ca~on C~ Cr cndcd Satur~Iay .,Ilernoon at Florida pool ,urh .i los it the hands ot nationally ranked Miami. 61-50. Their final record ~4-5 rhe tankmcn. who normally would have had 'even senior~ in this last dual meet, only saw two compete and both of those ~.ere divers JOHN REEVES a,,d Ken DeForrest left the squad before the season ever began and headed for Alaska. Then, about halfway through the season Tim McKee. a double silver medalist "inner in the 1972 Olympics. David Ray and Chip Bradley all quit the squad. And two weeks ago Frank [icluner and Ed Quarry both left. I hat teft seniors John Schaub and Gregg Callaghan. both Ii' Cr' to i present the class of -> DIVING COACH Glenn HotIl~idn soid both I,'eis had iii utsta.4'ng day, probably their beg da~ in their tour ~ears of O~i WI it ci, at U FSchaub took a first and third In the I"o diving events and tallaghan ended up ~.ith a second and fourth, Miami. who had the ulcer '.eli in hand by the three ijieter diving event, did riot officially enter the event. The neet stared poorly for the Gators as Miami took a 7.0 lead by .~tnning the 400 yard medley relay in a zinieol'3:32.8. Miami ~on the next jive events to run the score to 49-12 BACK TO BACK victories by the Caters with Jamie laRochelle '.inning the 100 yard freestyle in a time of 47.6 and Will Artley winning the 200 yard backstroke in a time ol 1:54.3 brought the OnIon closer but still trailed by 27 points. Miami won the 5(X) yard freestyle even though they did not : tankers lose entei hcii test ilidi Miami ako pulled out (hell ~A4illlillCrS In tue 2(i) ~,.id breasistioke iriI LU-s Maik ('helosky won ii iii tinic ol 2 25.8. The ileet ended wth the (jators winning the 4(X) yard Ircestyle clay hut agaIn Miami did not officially enter a team. Gator coach Bill Harlan said he was pleased with his team perforiiiance. "EVERYBODY SWAM just about their best time and dials what '.e ~ere hoping Ibi. Harlan said. Harlan said he "as also appreciative of the fact that Miami let up' ~. hen they knew they had the victory. They took it easy on us" Harlan said. UP s~ill now prepare for the Southeastern Conference Championships held March 6-8 at Knoxville. Tenn. where the CAntors are expected to finish behind Tennessee. Alabama and Auburn but ahead of the renlaining SEC opponents. Nauseating trip for UF Kentucky no panacea By (WEG FORMER Alligator Sport. EdIt.r OXFORD. Miss. -Perhaps the landing~ of the Blue Goos& in Oxford set the whole thing in motion. the tOl-92 loss, the sluggish play of most of the Gatorsthe sickening trip back to Gainesville. Could it have been loretold after the 'Goose,' the UF's DCI bounced roughly to the ground in the land ot William Faulkner? Who knows, but the Gators bounced as badly Saturday night in CM. Tad South Coliseum while wind, rain and lightning prevailed outside of the donned structure. A tornado watch was in effect-and thats what the fans and a disconsolate head coach John Lot, watched-an Ole Wrestlers win season finale F-our seniors wiestled in their final dual iteet for UP and went out i&inners Friday night as the Gator grapplers overpowered Florida Technological University (FTU) 28-9 for their 33rd victory in a ow. In the first notch of the evening, senior Bob Roberts dominated FTUs Mike Strouse for a 3-0 whitewash in the 118 pound class. ARTIE IIARERMANN, who ~.as competing with a slight knee sprain, went into the second period of his 126 pound natch one point ahead but FTLJs Scott Sherman bought hard and pulled out an 8-7 win. Gaiter Mike Collins scored live quick points just 30 seconds into his 134 pound battle and went on to an easy 12-2 victory. Coach Gary Schneider said it was Collins best performance of the season. FTU sophomore John rheders defeated 142 pound lreshnnin Pat Bruce 5-3, cutting the Gator lead to one llo~nt but the CAntors ~ent onto 'tin live out of the last six iii catches. DAN LUBELL recorded an 8-3 luctory In the ISO pound class, giving the Gators a 10-b lead at intermission. hen senior Jeff Davis defeated FTU standout Mike SIuers 2-0 in the 15$ pound bracket before UP sophomore Steve Bost~iek dropped a 5-2 decision to Tom Hanur,.onds in the 167 pound class. John Orr upped the Gator lead to 26-9 when he pulled out a close t-2 n in in the 177 pound class. HENRY JACKSON and heavyweight Mark Totten ;,roved to he too ,ittich for their opponents and both men 'on easily. Jackson's opponent "as disqualified for excessive stalling v.liile Tottet, scored de only pin of the evening. Schneider was pleased 'tith the Gators' overall perforniance but the coach said his squad 'taint at full strength because of the absences of Tin, Cranowitz and 'rim WonowkL Both are expected to return in time for the SEC championships shich till be held this Friday and Saturday in Alligator Alley. Miss Rebel tornado. It blew baek and forth, the lead changing hands 22 times in the tb-st half. But finally the tornado decided to take off. leaving 7-8 and 11-14 rubble in its wake. rh~ figures represent the Gators Southeastern Conference and overall records, just a little over a week ago the Gators were riding a four game win streak, looking for a third place finish. Ii was within their grasp-but it slipped away. It slipped away just the same as the beautiful weather that greeted the CAntors in Oxford. The weather that turned to violent storm. The fact that Chip Williams scored 32 points and took down 10 rebounds made little difference. Cene Shy's steady 17 point performance did little to cheer anyone. he Gaton had been handled. 'We played so sporadically," said Lotz after the game. It 'wsnt tix typeof effort we should have had. Dave Shepherd tok cart of us-hie ran ridit around our ijuards" Shepherd led the Rebels with 26 points. but was helped quite a bit by tour other Rebels breaking into double figures. Walter Aetwood dropped in 22. Herb Wright 17. Man Meters 14 and Bob Mahoney dropped in aneven dozen. Ihe best part of the trip was landing on steady ground in Gainesville. But it is no sweeping panacea. It only means a return to the court tonight to face not a 4-fl team as are the Rebels. The Gators must face 13-2 Kentucky. UFshlOCenmcHgpwIuMMs fresh off a come from behind win over Alabama Saturday. ..32 poInt elfofl wont for naught No. its no panacea. UF baseball team drops two to Stetson U in opening games By MARKJOUNSON Alligator Sport. Wdt. Sloppy-with a capital S. '[hat's the best way to describe the UF baseball tenants opening weekend as the team dropped two games to the Stetson Hatters. 3-I and 5-4. FRIDAY'S PERRY Field opener "as played in a light shower most of the game as the UP hitters drowned in a 'Ca of weak ground balls and strikeouts. After J.B. CaIdwell's twoout single scored Terry Jones in the second inning, the Gators cosiW mgstn up only one hit and a couple walks hr the remSsdnofghe gameAt Stetson went out in front for good in the second inning on un, Cirardea&s right field home run. The Hatters added an unearned run later that inning and Brad HocWs bonier off the left field scoreboard iced the game in the ninth inning. SATURDAY'S GAME in DeLand saw the Gaton come from behind only to lose the gante on an unearned ninth inning run. Stetson's Don Vinson. who singled and reached second ~hirn shortstop Roger lick misplayed the relay throw from the outfield, scored the winning run on Jeff Berets's line drive single. Cent. fled., Sammy Rick, attrn~ln~ ~ quick p4ck up mw for a play at the plate, allowed the ball to skip off his glove, and Vinson scored easily. Rick had alp eady cut down a runner at the plate two innings earlier. AFTER UP FELL behind 4-I in the sixth inning, Rick scored in the seventh on Brad Hoch's errant throw to first onahat should have beeti an inning-ending double play. With two outs in the OF eighth. Jim Shuck singled to set up a long-awaited of*~nslve burst. Terry Jona' double to right-cater field scored Shuleck. and John Cortege doubled Jones home to tie the game and set up the ninth inning draniatles. "You dent like to lose, but 1 long as wee In the gags. until the ninth inning, you cant be too upset." head coach Dave Fuller remarked after Saturday's loss. Craig Pippin. John Chapel, Bruce Baker. and Bobby Tyler allowed six earned runs on 14 hits in just under 18 innings pitched. UNFORTUNATELY, the Caters worst news of the week may be yet to come. Senior third baseman Dave Bowden not only missed this weekends games because of intestinal virus, but there is a very good chance he may have mononucleosis. But dept. the walks. errors, sick players, and muddy uniform,, Fuller remains optimistic as the Gflors prepare, for neat weekend', trip to TalMane for two pan with Florida The Independent Florida Alligator P.g. IA Monky. ftbn,.q 14 1975 I I ( 1

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Indian leader charges genocide -hl by gnvig. kodionlne jr. RUSSEt MEANS .Indian nmovnmnt hoder By RICHARD BURKHOLDER Alligator Staff Writer Russell Means, director of the American Indian Movement (A IM), said Friday the U.S. government is killing the lives and culture of North Anmerican Indians. "The governments of' the Western Hemisphere are perpetuating the genocide of Indian people wherever we live, and they are doing it with the gun, the germ. with white education, with missionaries. and they are doing it by very sophisticated and smart ways we should all be aware of," Means told an audience at the J. Wayne Rettz Union. MEANS, a central figure in the Wounded K 'ee U prising and the Keniosha, W Sc. abbe5 Iake-over. was addressing the 25th annual Latin American Studies Conference. w hose topic this year was hemispheric Indian ,rob lem s. Means said AIM contended the white man In the United States "is a failure." for "he copied his government from the red mian and his religion Iron, the governmentt" Means also said the U.S. Constitution was "walked on" by the white power structure. "THERE IS A provision in the Constitution that states that treaties with Indians or any other peoples are as good and as strong as the Constitution itself--and theretbre they "alkc on their Constitution and on the Indian people." he said. Nothing has changed within the last l00 wears concerning the U.S. government and its operations. Means said. One hundred years ago. he said, there "was trouble with blacks. 'tar with the Indian peoples, and corruption in 'he White House." Today, he stated, these same things still exist. FROM THE WHITE MAN. Means maintained, Indian peoples in this on-going war have recened the word "unity." which "was given to us to confuse our minds." (Sec Means.' page five) .The Independent Flornda atr I'uo),.hed by Cenmpo. Comnimcotions Inc .GoinnsvI., Flnido Not olfikioly osiocISSe wit. Ih. Universiy of Floodo MON DAY FEB. 24, 1975 VOL. 67 NO.837 Freshman admissions may again exceed limit By GARY DALANOFF AngphirSbNWdeer UP admissions officials admitted Sunday there is a good chance the regent-impose limit of 2,90U feshmen will be exceeded again Ut would mark the third consecutive year the 2.90W mark has been exceeded if UF goes over it this fall. "NOBODY IS EXPECTING us to hit it right on the nose,' Richard Whitehead. UF registrar, said. referring to the limit. -Stirling W. Koib. freshman admissions officer, said if the admissions fall "between 2,850 and 2,950. we've done a very good job." Whitehead said there is probably no chance of the freshmen enrollment going more than ADOUT MU0 STUDENTS have applied for admisslojn as freshmen at UP this year. an inmrate of I .111 more than the same time last year. Last fal. 6W freshmen were admitted over the 2.9W0 limit. "I don't think there's any magic" in the puanber 2.900. .Marshall Criser. Regents chairman, said. He added UP would have to accept the consequences of not being firnded tbr the additional students. UF MAY ACCEPT as many as 4,5W0 applications for admission this year. Last year, about 60 per cent of the freshmen who were accepted decided to attend UP. This percentage was higher than normal, explaining in parn the overadnmission of 600. UP Executive Vice President Harold mission said "theyl sit still fbi sm all eerors referring to the regents. Asked if admitting 2.950 would be acceptable. Hanson said. "No problem." "YOU USE THE show rate fronm the preceding years" to determine how many to accept, he said. The "thow rate" is the number of students who are accepted and attend UP. as opposed to the number who are accepted and decide to attend other schools. In anajyting the admissions process. Whitehead said. "I'm trying to outpzess them." referring to the students. Koib said everyone who applies until Mar. I (die admissions application deadline) will be Miven a chance of admission. REPLYING TO earlier reports of admission at UP being done on a "first-come. first-served" basis. Koib said. "That's not totally .ccuratc." "That's not our policy Whitebead spreed. A deferred group of applicants will be (See 'Freshmen,' payc five) More cheating reported By STUART DIMRIUI end KAREN MEYER AliptarSUE Welles In the wake of a massive cheating scandal in UP'S tellegr of Business Administration, an economics class has reportedly cxperienced another substantial cheating etfrt. Students in Dr. Scott-Saumders' Economics 61 class were given a Make home turn around the first of February. When the nxans twtrc returned on Feb. 3. students said Saunders announced that from the meulti he could tell there had been cheating and that he would takb confessions in his offce. TOM I'AGLEY, iBA. said Saunders told the class he suspected 86 of 174 students of cheating and had confessions from 51 of half as much as the erdgindi S0plit exam. The maxdmm score the student could receive was a IS. Fagley emphasized that he thought Saunders' solution 'as "very fir* and equitable." and drew a distinction that it was not so much cheating is it was collaboration for afsliRts. ONE STUDENT who had confessed said Saunders told the class on Monday that he had reason to believe thene had been "widespread cheating" on the exam, which had been graded over the weekend. The student. w'ho asked to remain anonymous. said Saunders asked students to come to his office to confess. Saunders mild the class that students who did not confess could be accused of cheating and sent to the Honor Court. the student said. "When I went to.comfrss." the student said. "there had olrqady been about 60 con(See 'Cheating,' pqge five IT 10015 W UMOY wirk for' Ptrick Peace Carpi and VISTA tsumenAA. u,. I.r as Porno Carpe veiwneer totings will be In front of Ubmily Wedt wiiedgm. In uww .sb bIs mid ihe Colonnade to cuI le *1*d tauct. cod fl' s .d 'Iy gtodusale Pnr.by on the Pea Crps mueto eops In the Cay. Wai~t of -e page fIne. I

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For. 2, 1h. Ind.p.adernt.,sd. MIgtr,, Mond.y, FPhbnasy 24, 1975 Gurney trial for cons pira TAMPA (UPI) -Former U.S. Sen. Ed%piracy, bribery. ward 1. Gorney goes on trial Monday on operation stnd ma charges he sold federal mortgage insurance Krand jury. iwarantees to builders mn exchange for Four others a contributions to a political slush fund. piracy in connect Gurney. 61. last year became the tint U.S. prosecution says senator in SO yeats to be indicted while still in are two former office. James Groot. a SOURCES HAVE indicated the trial of the Housing Adnmini former Senate Watergate Committee member Koontz of Jacksor could last as long as three months, of Tampa. Gurney. Florida's first Republican senator GURNEY, ON sincC reconstruction, is charged with condefenders of form, begins Icy today bribery receiving unlawful comn. king 1a.se declarations to a Iso will be tried for conion with the fund which the contained 1223,160. They tides, Joseph Bastien and nd two former Federal stration officials. Ralph ville and K. Wayne Swiger E of the most outspoken Ler President Niron on. the Watergate Conmmittee. was in the last year of his first tern, when he was indicted last year Alter the indictment, he decided not to seek re-election. The Winter Park. Fl. at-torney had served three terms in the 1.5. House before successfully running for the Senate in 16. Key prosecution testimony in the trial 's expected to come from Earl "Dike" Crittenden of Orlando. tbrnmer state GOP chairman and Gurney's 1%68 campaign chairman. and George Annerson of Orlando. lbrmer state GOP treasurer. Schlesinger: without additional U:S. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Defense Secretary James Schleslnger said Sunday Cambodia will "absolutely' fail to the Communists if Cou'grss fails to provide an addltionai $222 million to support the Pbnom PNfl government. Pbncou Penh is vlrtnlly surrounded by Communist forces. lts sqples have been cut off except for a U.S.-baeked aiit. ASKED IF tihe Country will fell without more U.S. funding. Schlesinger said. "absolutely. I think that the chances of their surviving over a period of many months are minimal Congress shNowdown setf WASHINGTON (UPI) -Congs reedy and willing to take on President Ford. hopes this weti to junk the admiinistratlon's tax on imported oil and, at the sante time. began moving itt own economic program. Ford is expected to veto, sometime this week, a Q0-day suspension of the oil levy, setting the stage for the first showdown between the President and theheavily Denmocrtic 94th Congress. By .11 head churns, the House will hand Ford an initial setback by overriding the veto. But Republicans and Democrats agree that the vote in theSenate will be extremely close-. will fall s upport b without that additional assIstance. "We have now committed all of the funds that wu~ade available, and without those funds Phnom Petit cannot survive.' Schlesinger also said lhe will order the armed services to eliminate the two-year enlistment by July I in order to cut training costs and have mort experienced men in uniform. Minimum enlistment will then be three years. HE DEFENDED arms sales to the Middle East on grounds they improw relations with the Arab nation, and warned that the United States intends to "maintain whatever prnsemceisnccssary totnsurethc securityofthe Persian Gulf from the standpoint of the Western world." He called a proposal by Sen. Edward Kennedy. fl-Mass. for a six month moratorium on arms sales to the Middle East a "disastrous policy" because it would force Arab nations and Iran to seek weapons froms the Soviets. causing even closer relations with that country. Ketmnedy immediately replied in a statement that if Schlesinger has a "clear understanding of U.S. interests in the Persian Gurf he should explain them to Congress: Schlesinger was interviewed on ARC's "issues and Answers." mondayAtAJ.0G1 capsule Turkish tr oops quell EUZICAN. Turkey (UPn) -Turkish troops Sunday quelled nearly three hours of street rlotiqg by 2.Q00 persons that leftsa 12-year-old boy deed of guahbot wounds and 45 other persons injured. Police said rival political factions battled with revolvers knives, clubs and iron bars is the streets of this eaten, Turkish town before troops summoned by Mayor Ibrahumn Onen restored order. Police said IS persons were arrested and more arrests weff likely. They scanned press photographs of the disorders imua attempt to identify leaders of the outbursts which they said may have been intentionally provoked. The rdoting sprang from a political street rally that involved leftist and rightist factions. Police said about two dowen persons began fighting and the situation quickly escalated into a major incident. CARNIGR AS '75 LARGEST MIDWAY EVER. 560 SPECTACULAR RIDES, FREE CIRCUS. SPECIAL ADVANCE TICKETS 5 fr$ Avahebls: Rebel Discount, Univuuity Box Office, frmtsnitiss & sorordtiss. Applications are now being taken for Editor.I, Chief for Spring and Summer Terms. Deadline Feb. 28, 1975 5 p.-. First interviews Monday, Narch 3 8p.m. Ferms may be picked tram AllIgtr Business *fflce, 1725 U'. Univ. ARTS S SLICES TEAUE OF: THE YEAR SELECTION STUDENT SPOUSDRSHIP 113 ANDERSON OR SUDEN K lh Jnd.p.nd.nJ FIcrdo publ.caon of C.npmn ComTlhJnCOl ncorpor.d, a pevot. non I pttji.$M f 'v* t'in~Iy outS dgong juns, July, Ond Augues tie r. pubhshd fl" w-&It erA 6n uaub'~ holidays ond V*p.fld.V AIhg.b0 a,. ho. oI ho .dint 04*. *qiI@fl of ,li, oflCI*t OM nott.e.EMuninnhty of PIOFdO '4W W .nd by .9. nd.@fl4 AUger AM.u cmt.~ ant. lb. M.p.oMnt pi0,,d Ailge,. P0 ba 1S6. Unv'hi'Y I 51. Gno'sill. FIor~do. 32W' Tho i*p.fld.vW Fields AIIy' S .ni ca ,n he Urid See., P.S 0(4k. -Gemnenhh*. ~IW'~ 'a I. SflW P Y0 'taut d.N~o' ** twin .4 ii,. Ufivessy 1 fiCbdO Ru. Wiq.S. Fbsd MIre' 'na a. ~4e -t.gU' .11 cc., w-~ -~ lb. h.~sn~rd Field. MQ wdI -cn.&r ~ @4 p.r'*"' ~ Coy d.slI.nrn. %m.kd -.t -I-~ tw*. wtkin efl .0V t I. ~ lb. fi *p.d.uv n.e wiw "w.~I. I. #t*. in 1.'d.' an-s -~e Cambodia HAID J. GURNEY .Indlctsd while a U.St wnotor 'U

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drafts tree-saving policy for regents By DONNA BRUGMAN Alligator Laynut Edit.r UP's Environmental Action Group (EAG) will submit a policy statement on tree preservation to the Board of Regents Tehe statement, if adopted, will be included mn the regents Accordingato Paula Smith, EAG special projects director. the statement as still in draft form, but it would probably be TH PURPOSE OF HE STATEMENT is to develop a written policy on the preservation of trees at Florida's nine state universities, Smith said. She sai currenty te reservation oftrees rests upon the erating manual "good will' of the officials who run physical plant departmernts at the universities. a *At U F. we are very sensitive to trees on campuss' sad Calvin Greene, director of UF s Physical Plant Dmvston. But sometimese' he said. we just have to remove them.' "TYPICALLY. FOR EVERY tree taken down, we plant 50 wo 100 more.' Greene said. sHey sadrees are transplanted whenever possible, as long ln, amazed at the success that the rounds department has had In transplantiaia large trees," Greene said. (See 'Trees, page seven) Th. Independent Florid. AlIgator, Monday. Febnjory 24 j97s. Pagr 3 CALVIN GEN .physical plant director s in cr ease to cove r inf irfmary co sts OR. RICHARD SHAAA .c.u aks $57,151 more than loutyeor By STUART EMMRICH Alligator StaffWrdtnr Student Health Services, faced with a cost overrun of 195,845 on the planned addition to the Infirmary. Friday requested an allocation of 5672,546 of next year's studejit activity lees. The request submitted to the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Council (ASFAC) is $57.151 more than last year's allocation. RICHARD SHAARA, director of the Student Health Services, explained the extra allocation would go toward making up the Alst submtting a budget allocation request to ASPAC next year was Student Governnment. which asked for S539,045. No action was taken on either request SFriday. ASFAC is scheduled to examine each budget during the first week of March and make recommendations to the Student Senate on how the estimated 52.675 million in next year's activity fees should be allocated. THE LARGEST EXPENSE in the Student Government budget. supported solely by student activity funds, is salaries. Most of the budget. $163,3 10. has been allocated to pay career service employs. SG officers' salaries stayed the same as this year. except tbr the Chief Justiceof the Traffic Court. who receive a 5100 per quarter raise. Other big expenses in the SC budget inelude: S.G. Programs. S85.I0; intramurals,. 157.255; S.G. Administrative. $38,350;: Accent. $32,078; and Florida Players'. ONE OF THE MOST controversial expenses at Friday s budget hearing was a $945 allocation tbr the Star Trek Association for Revival (STA R). Answering objections from sonic of the ASFAC members about the allocation. Senate Budget and Finance Committee Chairman N ck Lang explained the money was to be used for a mini-convention and said "the committee felt these sort of programs might have an appeal to awide group of people. T 'think a lot of us grew up with Star HEALTH DIRECTOR SHAARA explained to ASFAC Friday that the planned addition to the Infirmary, although far behind in schedule and almost double the estimated cost, was needed for the Infirmary to offer adequate service. "Space is a critical problem with us," Sh aid adding the adito mshoud ad pharmacy. A public hearing on any of the budgets and the process ASFAC goes through to allocate funds is scheduled for today in room 347 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union from 4:30 to 6:30. THE ERIC BI'RIXN BANt) WHAT SOUNDS WHAT PRICES LINlDA RONsTA 'T "HEART LIKE A WHEEL" GEORGE HARRIbON 'DARK RINGO sTARR "GOODNIOIT RiC SURDON 'sUN sECRETs" MI FCC $379 1mm 3M CapitOl. U TRACKS *4" 424-N .10S Two all-around styles for spring: these versatile shoes are both from Bare Traps and have wooden wedges with soft leather uppers. Oen. Daily, 1 0t1EAG 1029 W.U.&Awv

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P~rA lb heIdsp naiss ids mua. a y, frev 14 19 P ERC hearings to determine bargaining units By GARY BALANOFF Alter Staff Writer. Formal hearings of the Public Employes Relations Committee (PERC) will begin Mar. 10 in tallahassee. Commission chairman Charles Freeman will conduct the hearings, which will allow faculty bargaining unions to present their *rguments on size of the bargaining unit or units. TWO PREVIOUS INFORMAL hearings were conducted in Tallahassee. at which time the faculty unions attempted to narrow down issues surrounding collective bargaining. The normal hearings will continue through the week of Mar. 10. after which the hearings may be moved from Tallahassee to Gainesville. according to Cathy Brindell. PERC legal counsel. The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) will be first on the agenda because they were the first union to be registered with PERC. THE BOARD OF REGENTS will follow UFF with their witnesses, and the American Association of University Professors (AAUP-Fla.) will go third. A number of other interveners in the collective bargaining process will follow AAUP-Fla. These bnterveners will include the UF Engineering School Faculty Association. Health Center Faculty Association. Low School Faculty Association, and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (WFAS) Faculty Association, along with the Florida State University Law School Faculty Assocation and the florida Nurses Association. EACH UNION WILL then be able to present a rebuttal at the end of the session. A pre-hearing conference will start Feb. 27 at 1:30 p.m. At that time, a heating officer will listen to various union and regents arguments. and will determine standard operating prooedurt for the formal hearings. "I doubt if much can be accomplished in that (the Feb. 27 conference)." Dr. Ron Carpenter, vice chairman of AAUPFlu, said. "I DO NOT anticipate a quick set of hearings," Carpenter said. "There arc some real substantive issues that have to be dealt with." Carpenter said the issue of whether department chairpersons should be considered part of the bargaining unit would take the longest time to resolve. Women's conference stresses high-level lobs Bly LESLIE GOLAY Alligatar 56f! Wilt.r "We can change the world, and it begins with yourself,' state Rep. Elaine Gordon (D.-Miami) told her audience of mostly women at the statewide ''Women in Mangement Conference" Friday evening at the Hilton Inn. "It's time now for women to be sharing with one another. It's time now to get rid of that little-girl competitiveness. I's very important tbr women to move into positions of leadership." said the energetic representative. GORDON, A STRONG SUPPORTER of the Equal Rights Amendment in the State House of Representatives and the fi-st woman to chair a committee in the House. said she first got her inspiration to run bor the legislature at a women's meeting like this in Gainesville ibur years ago. She also advised women to surround themselves and travel with successful people. "You'd be surprised what you learn when someone has a drink or two. That's how I've learned a lot in the legislature. l'hey have a couple of drinks and talk about how they run the world." she said. AFTER THE PANEL discussion. Gordon gave a presentation on how a person can make money selling Aniway household cleaning products. She is a representative of the cOmipafly, Gordon gave advice on how a woman can show her boss that she is qualified and dependable. "It' you have a better idea on how to do something. tell it quickly to your superior or someone else will do it before you do and get all the credit." she said. Dr'. Freddie Grooms, assistant to the president for Minority Affairs at Florida State University. said. "Don't be niodest in the business world, if you're capable. then present yourself that way." GROOMS SAID, "YOU DESERVE the right of a denial when applying for a job. Follow-up, follow-through, get an answer and find out why you were not hired."' "If you had all the qualifications for the job. then look into the reasons for your denial and file a complaint if you see discrimination. It may not get you a job, but it may raise the consciousness of that employer," she said. She also stressed the importance of women helping each other once they get into high positions. "Play rabbit and increase the number of women in your area. Once you open the doors. be careful you don't close them on others." KAY ELLEDGE. DIRECTOR of federal programs at Brevard Community College. said. "Job descriptions are vitally important. Mine's so broad that everyone dumps everything n nmy lap. Inm In the process of defining my job right now." Elledge stressed the importance of high visibility in a job. "If you do a job well, then let yourself be seen. You be the important woman who's done the work, let them know you are anmbitmous. Both Elledge and Gordon agreed a woman should not be afraid of the risk of changing jobs. They advised women not to get io a dead-end job and to change jobs when they felt they weren't going anywhere. EDNA TAIT, CHAIRWOMAN lb. the Governor's Conimittee on the Status of Women, spoke on the formation of a talent bank for state agencies which would place qualified women in job avacancies state-wide. 'A computerized talent bank would be set up so thai the next time an official says. '1 sure would like to-hire a top-level woman but I can't find any, then the computer will pop-out the names of 35 top-level qualified women," Taft explained. Rep. Mars Singleton (D.-iacksonvilke).who also attended the three-day conference, said. "My hair stood on end when I found out that women teachers don't get paid the same as men teachers for the same job." "They negotiate salaries with women but they don't with m'en." she added. When asked about the progress of the ER A. Singleton said, "In the Senate. Senate President Dempsey Barren wants no part of it. He doesn't even want to bring it up to the floor. I helieve the vote in the Senate is divided 20 to 20." "There are many myths that have to be worked onWe have to resolve things that people are concerning themselves about needlessly," she said. BEN STEVENS, UJF state academic allanr chairperson. disagreed veth Carpenter as tthlngth oftefrmal hearings -k o 'We leed it s going to e just one weko morning hearing. Stevens said. Evidence can presented 'ery Steveins said there are three major Issues that need to be resolved: whether to include graduate assistants m~ the bargaining unit, whether anyone else should be in the unit. and whether faculty chairpersons should be considered on the DR. DAFgOR THOMPSON. president of the IFAS Faculty Association, said it was "gratifying" to have Freeman handle the formal hearings because it meant the commission felt faculty bargaining was one of the most important set of hearings. 'We will hopefully have sonic witnesses that can substantiate the points we wish to make., Thompson said. Dr. Bernard Leaden, president of the Engineering Faculty Association, and Dr. James Quarles. president of the Law School Faculty Association, said they had not been notified of the hearings.

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Th. indp.nt Modd. Aillr, Aenjy, F.6.sy 4 Imh, P.,. 5 Tarzan? No, Peace Corps worker s fill jungle By RUSSELL BLOOM Alligator Ccwrpeoden, Deepest. darkest A frica., Visions of huge snakes winding themselves stealthily from tangled vines and jungle trees. Unknown sounds. .danger. sudden death. Drums beating somewhere in the distance. Natives engaged in tribal warfare. THANKS TO JOINNIE WEISMULLER, Maureen O'Sullivan and Cheeta the chimpanzee. Atrica conjures up pictures in the iiind's eye of rampaging elephants, fierce crocodiles and primitive natives running around with poison-tipped spears and arrows. Bob Mailander says this isn't so, and since he lived two years in the little African village of Bocanda, he should know. Bocanda is just a good day's walk from Dimbokro. Dimbokro is only a half day's bus trip from Abidjan. and Abidjan is the capital ol' the Ivory Coast. a former French colony tucked into West Africa between Liberia and Ghana,. In other words. Bob Mailander spent two years in the boondocks of the Ivory Coast as a Peace Corps volunteer. HE IS ON CAMPUS this week recruiting volunteers from UF bor Peace Corps and VISTA projects scheduled to begin in June. He snad conditions in Bocanda weren't all that primitive. "I lived in a concrete block house and I cven had running water and electricity." Mailander said. "Sonic of my neighbors drove Mercedes Benzes. They were related to the president ol the country. though. All the wild animals had cleared out years before." EAT YOUR HEART OUT, Johnmic Weismuller. Mailander said he didn't join the Peace Corps lor humanitarian reasons. "I wanted to travel and I was disenchanted with what I was trained to do by nmy degree in business. The draft was alive and well in those days. I just sent in nmy application and forgot about it. I even took a job, but then I Rot the PEACE CORPS VO.UNEEl IN AF|GHANISTAN p~oob ~c op a college grad, like most. he helps with agriculture. invitation to train for a program in the Ivory Coast. I took a chance" he said. MAILANDER HAS FEW illusions about how his Peace Corps stint changed the world. He helped organize coffee cooperatives among the local farmers. The Ivory Coast ranks among the world leaders in coffee exportation. Although he doesn't think that anything he did will be remembered in 1(K) years. or even IC. Mailander emphasized that the experience is very worthwhile. 'What you accomplish is more of a personal thing. You've come into contact with people and leave an impression of what it means Co be an American and they leave an impression on you of what it means to be an African. "THE PRIMARY ThING is to be a catalyst. Show people where to go when they need to find water pipes, that sort of thing. Goodwill ambassadors, don't put that in, but that's what we are." He said that the Peace Corps has changed soniewbat over the last Ibur or five years. Foreign nationals play a greater role today in deciding what kinds of projects they want than in the early days of the Peace Corps. A tow years back ihe Peace Corps image was one of altruistic and ideIistic young college graduates out to save the world. "BUT MORE AND MORE developing countries are asking for teachers and people with agricultural experience or knowledge." Mailander said. fluting the Nixon years, the Peace Corps' top brass tried to justify programs on a costefficiency basis, emphasizing the need for highly skilled volunteers. .The changes the Peace Corp. has experienced aren't due only to c'hangts in power I, Washington." Mailander said. "Our society has changed tremendously since the l1%0's. In the early days applications were up. r~he nation was more idealistic and the programs reflected this idealism. "NOW YOUNG PEOPLE ARE more pragmatic. They ask how Peace'.Corp. service is going to help then in seeking employment later on." Mailander said. One factor reviving interest in the Peace Corps is the current recession. With uncertain job prospects after graduation, a lot of' graduating seniors are finding the Peace Corps looking better and better. Mailander said that he hopes to get about 40 applications front UP. THE PEACE CORPS NOW has 7,000 volunteers serving in more than 1,5 foreign countries. Volunteers don't have to be college graduates. Mailander said, but it is a good starting place. "They either have to be graduates or have a good skill like plunibing, carpentry, library science-with several years of actual experilen cC. "THE MINIMUM AGE IS 18. but there's no upper age limit. The Peace Corps accepts both single people and couples." Mailander explained that it's impossible to really describe what a Peace Corps experience is like. "That varies from person to person and from place to place" he said. "The Peace Corps experience often changes a volunteer's values in dramatic ways. though, "It's a fundamental experience. It changes your perspective and values on what education means. "We've become very parochial in the United States. We relate everything to us. The Peace Corps shows you that you're just a part of a bigger scene." Meons (from page one) "We never hear." he said. "the word respect-tespect tot our brothers' vision." I he white-originated word 'unity" is always substituted, he continued. Means said in an interview with The Alligator that the American Indian was "to a nitute degree" now experiencing better relations with the U.S. government. HOWEVER, "the important thing to be remembered is that the statistics of sup-pression. deprivation and oppression of the Amorican Indian are growing worse, not better.' he added, '[he only tenable solution, he said. "is independence, damn it!" In the continuing tight to Main Indian rights and sovereignty. Means told the conference his group is taking its appeals into the international arena. "THE LATEST major thing we're doing is ~rking with the United Nations." he said. He added that he and his advisors intend to go to New York City Saturday, Feb. 22, and meet with nine international lawyers to discuss plans for working within the in-ternational sphere. 'Through many different types of strategies." he said. "we can become a tree and independent people who have a right to be a member of the international conmtunity-and this is what AIM is all about." Means told The Alligator that the results of the Latin Anierican conference were exactly what he had expected: "communication with our South and Central American brethren." MEANS SAID he was here without official U F sanction and had to raise money privately in order to attend the conference. Ihe outspoken Indian leader said A IM has had 'no problem" with the working press. 'it's the ones in the ivory towers who make the decisions, the editors and publishers, that I have trouble with." he said. Fres hmen. (fr-om page nle) informed that UF "ill not be able to make a decision on their applications until late March or early April. according to Koib. AT THAT TIME, a number of students w.ill he admitted to meet the 2.900 figure.' "We hold a large unber in the deferred category," White said. About 2.500 high school students have already been accepted as students for this fall. but Kolb said 'some of the 2.5W0 have not responded and have been cancelled." KOLS ADDED a UF freshman applicant who has been accepted has five wenks to respond to the notice of' acceptlttct'The figure will 'art." Kolb said of the ptt'cetttfges of admissions and acceptances. "The economy has j large eit." Koib geld limany students are staying at horn. and golfgto community colleges to save the expense of going away to schooL. THERE IS ALSO the problem of the high 'chool student who applies to several schools., ,ind picks troni those who accept him or her. "All freshmen students were required to live in University housing." Whitehead said. "Zn the past that was a good way of knowing" ho would attend UF. [hose who paid housing fees were con.sidered much more real as prospective stiidents than those who didn't ply the tea. WHEN UF HOUSING officials polled 3.00 enterIng freshmen last year. only 1We chose to take advantage of the new op.portunitv to mole oft-campus,. "Those w ho paw have far less attrition than those 'ho don't." he said. "The housing contract is due back 30 days after the offer of application is made." Whitehead said the accepted applicant has to either pay the housing fe within 30 days or apply lor a wakver to litt off-campas, Marston decides status ofpubli itrs ru President Robert O.Marston will meet with the Public Interest Research Group (PNRG) today at 4 p.m. to discuss the establishment of P1KG as a student-funded organization a UF. Hoxanne Marietta, president of UF's PIRG. Michael Berman, a Washington lawyer who advises P1KG groups, and interested students will defend at today's meeting the validity of.a petition containing 122000 signatures collected in 1972-73-. The petition, signed by SI per cent of the then-student body in favor of voluntary funding. is astipulation of last year's Board of ..,ons f/i-am page one) ThE CHEATING alleged by Saunders involved conferring betwei two or more students on answers to the take-honie exam. the student said. "'I just didn't want to sit in limbo until I got the test back." the student said, explaining why she decided to confess. In addition, the student said, she did not ant to be called before the Honor Court on theahing charges during their investigation of R usiness Administration cheating ring. The student said. 'Im sure most of the class did that kind of thing," refh'ring to conferring on the take-home exam. "I CHEATED, it's as simple as that," she said. Saunders could not be reached ber comment Sunday. Director ol Student Conduct Rob Dpawog, said he heard of the incident "right away" "hen Saunders announced he topid take confessions Feb. 3. DESPITE THE uncertainty surrounding curreatly trwain aM .Lenas biwlup. Regents' bill allowing state universities to set up a consumer interest group on campus with voluntary funding. Marietta said they have filled the regents requirements with the 1972 petition. However. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said the petition is invaiid because it is not representative of the current student body. More than 70 per cent of the student body. or I&.0X0 new students, have come to UF since the old petition was completed. Sandeen said. Denson said he does not encourage a professor doing it his own way." HeI said the current situation is admittedly Special one "where a professor might want to conic up with his own procedures." "But I don't approve of that as a blanket practice, Denson said. DENSON SAID he advised faculty mienbern dealing with cheating incidents to turn them over to the Honor Court. Irving Goffnian, chairman of the economic department. said hes waaware of the cheating incident, and he understood Saunders "had iolsed that completely with his class." Golffan, who said he had diuctuued the incident with Saunders, said he did not know how many students wer, Involved but thomajat the figure IndIcating almost haif of the dlarn wes Involved wety "out of lIae, GOFFMAN SAID Saunders flnd the students the choice of going to the Namer Cosrt or handling it through the dlam cm.biessos. and that most of thasn weehed K ast barwen ubamassm end -emi

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Pog.e lb lh ndependentlovldo AlIgltr, Monday, Febr,.ry 24, )975 Feder al car eer wor ks hop today the UF Placement Center is sponsoring Federal Career Day today hrn, 9 am. to 4 pm in room 361 of the 3 Wayne Reftz Union. WHAT'S Dy DONNA BRUGMAN Aliato. layout Liter JEWISH HOLIDAY: Purim-Megillsh reading Monday, 7 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation. For further information call 372-20. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE: "Our -inking and Our World" will be presented I uesday at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reinz lmat on cotact Rick Stewart at33-2850 CITIZEN ADVOCATES: orientation session at Sunland 'Iraining Center. Inservice I raining building, tonight at 7 p.m. Open to anyone who would like to work one-to-one with the retarded. For further information tall Roberta Malavenda at 378-1409. ECKANAR SATSANG: will hold an introductory talk Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 339, J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further intornmation call 377-6453. 373-8393, or 3760863. PEACE CORPS AND VISTA: recruitment Monday through t hursday from 9 am. until S p.m. in front ot Library West and tihe Colonnade. Looking tot June graduates in all fields., AGRICULTURE STUDENT COUNCIL: tieeting on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in room 1031. McCarty Hall. BlOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCILS: will meet 'I uesday at 7:30 pam. in room 356. 3. Wayne Reitz Union. NUCLEAR SCIENCE: lecture and tour on luesday at 7:30 p.m. In room 227. Nuclear Science building. For further infornmation call Representauivcs Iron, federal agencies w.Il discuss job opportunities and application procedures w.,th students interested in workimg icr the federal government. HAPPENING Donald Mock at 373 2775RODEO CLUB: will meet tonight at 7p.m. in room 2102. McCarty Hall. Fom further information call Robert Barnum at 372-5073. TEACHING U.the System session tonight at 7 p.m. in room 122. i. Wayne Reitz Union. For tunther inforniatios call 392-1261. ORTHODOX CHURCH. and Today's World '.111 be the lecture topic tonight at 7:Y) p.m. in ro 33.J Wan R7t .Union. For further HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight *5 8 p.m. in room 220. Florida Gym. For further informatiofi call 377-5329. FLA. SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY: will meet Tucsday St 7 p.m. in tOO!) 215. Uittle Hall. For further information cail 378-6144. ART SHOW: Tuesday from 7-10 p.m. in the Murphrec Arnea commons building. For further information contact Norma Mentagnino at 3924091. BLACK LIT AND MUSIC: presentation in the Murphhee Area commons building tonight from 7-9 p.mi. For further information call Norma Montagnino at 392-6091. FUTURE FARMERS: wilt meet tonight at 8 p.m. in room 1151. McCarty Hall. For further information call 392-0502. GEOGRAPHY STUDENT: association will hold a general meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. In room 203. Bryan Hall. All Geography majors dre invited. For further information call 3920496. FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet tonight at 4:45 p.m. in Constans Theatre. For further information call 392-2037. EDITOR'S NOTE: Inside InforMaIon Is a weekly feats.e i The Alligator. prorhung reader, wish authoritatIve infoemstlon on all aspects of pe.oousI health and poles tf the Student Health Ser-ike. Bribg your questions to room 305 i Wayne Relax Union *1 the lobby .1 the Student Health Serime. For further InformatIon please contce the Health Education Office at the Student Hnik SenIc.-au237.) When you are tryIng to remove a partIcle from the eye, do you pull the eyelid dewn or what? You should wash the eye by pouring water into it to get the foreign matter out. If it does not tonic oat easily. place a dressing or piece of moist cotton on the closed lid, bandage it I. Itnue o ysr bloo pmussure to go up as you get oddr? It-s true that older people. on the average. have higher blood pressures than younger people. But this tendency is not 'normal' in the sense of "healthy." With high blood rssurc, your heart has to work harder than normal. Y'our blood sessets are literally under imcreased pressure. Ihe wear and tear on them may eventually cause changes which mnteriert w ith the function of some organ of the hod, unless the blood pressure is reduced. What Is endomeftioss? I he endometrmm is the mucous tissue that lines the inside ot the uterus. Each month. lust jtter titenstruation. the endonmetriun, iiis pieparatioii to receive and nourish a A FRAUot AaR.te m oly rtnrds.op atiaer fertilized egg. If an egg is not implanted the endonietrium, disintegrates and is sloughed otT in menstruation. Endonietriosis occurs when the endonmetrial tissue is round growing anyplace other than inside the uterus. The tissue miay be found at a number of possible sites, including the ovaries, cervix, abdominal wall and bladder. The causes of the disease are not understood. Why Is i that l est twice as .uch as my roommate (we're the sam, height and weight) and she has to watch her ,nlitl Although two people may weight the same. differences of age, amount of daily exercise and rate of metabolism can mean you will need vastly different amounts of calories to maintain your weight. What could cns my stah a. -e .apst It could be due to smoking habits. Tar and smoke irritants stimulate the secretion of 'aliva as they are inhaled into the body. The excess saliva irritates the stomach lining. Some nonprescription and prescription drugs can also irritate the stomach lining. If you suspect an upset stomach is a side effect of a drug sou, are taking. notify a doctor. Strain Ironm tension and nervousness causes the stomach to secrete excessive amounts ol digestive jasices. When there is no locd present to break down, these juices irritate the stomach lining. If you are under constant srramn, and upset stomach occurs frequently. see a doctor. 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EDITORIAL The 24th week It is unfortunate the manslaughter conviction last week of Dr. Kenneth Edelin should be the focal point for renewed controversy over abortion. Unfortunate, because the specific evidence in Edelin's particular case is too contradictory, too clouded by emotional and factual conflict, to draw specific conclusions from 1,200 miles away. However, the broad issues raised by the case while equally difficult to deal with--are too important to withoid comment So while we will refer here to specific aspects of the Edelin case, we will not argue one way or the other with the jury's finding in Boston, But we will say that if Edelin committedthe acts the Commonwealth of Massachussetts says he did, and if the fetus he allegedly committed them on was a viable human being, then the principle endorsed by the jury's finding was a just one. The principle is that a medical doctor. in performing a perfectly legal abortion, is not absolved of his responsibility to do everything he can to maintain the life of the fetus if it can survive outside the mother's womb. With the Edelin case, viability-the ability of the fets tnsuviv ousid the womb, albeit ith definition for the starting point of human life and human rights. The U.S. Supreme Court, in Januar 1973, accepted medical evidence that viability is achieved between the 24th and 28th weeks of pregnancy, or during the "third trimester." The Court ruled states could not prohibit abortions before the 24th week, but could restrict them afterward-. There was conflicting expert testimony in the Edelin trial as to the age of the aborted fetus. The jury found the fetus was old enough to be viable, and found Edelin guilty of smothering a human being after removing it from the womb. In addition. Edelin's lawyers argued that death of the fetus is inherent in any abortion. The prosecution's argument, which we endorse, was that abortion signifies only the termination of pregnancy, and not necessarily the death of the fetus. We accept the Supreme Court's ruling that viability occurs between the 24th and 28th week of pregnancy. And we continue to support the right of women to make their own moral decisions to terminate pregnancy during the first six months-. And further, we support the right of women to make that same moral decision Ifter the 24th week--the right to have a 1ea1 abortion in the third trimester. But we cannot support the abandonment of a doctor's responsibility to maintain human life. Is it right to bring an unwanted human being into the world? We would say no. and we advocate the availability of cheap, safe contraceptives and educated family planning. But it is our belief that by the time the problem gets to the operating table, in that crucial third trimester, the only thing that matters is the preservation of human life. And if what Dr. Kenneth Edelin held in his hands in the operating room of Boston City Hospital was a human being, he should have used every bit of his skill and training to keep it alive. The Edelin case is being appealed, and its final resolution may shed an entirely new light on the question of when human life begins. It may. in fact, eliminate legal abortions after the 24th week of pregnancy throughout the nation. But in light of existing evidence, and with the trembling judgment human beinps are forced to exercise in the most difficult situations, we will not condone the death penalty for a human being one minute old any more than we will condone it for a human being 50-years old. a I .A."Tony' Katlrr Jamvs. cook. oan. b kce, -~p The old age Ponzi game Ida Fuller passed away recently at the age of 100. Did you say you've never heard of Ida Puller?That's not surprising. Her name wasn't very well known. lIEU NUMUER, on the ether band was quite famous. She was Number One. 'That's Social Security number 00000.0l0. It was quite a nice deal for Ida Fuller. She put $22 into Social Security and got back $20,940.85. That's a 104,177 per cent return on her investment. Even after deducting a few thousand per emit fir inflation. that's a pretty fair return. It would seem that Number One has received 520,91.8 in free money. But, as Roburt Heinlein has pointed out, there ain't no such thing as a free lunch. Ida Fuller has just gotten someone else to pay for lunch. That "someone else" is everybody who earns a wage. By the end of Old Number Ond's life, the U.S. government was putting the bite on paychecks for about 500 billion per year. AND, OF COURSE, it was that $00 billion that was paying tbr Ida Fuller's benefits. Since the money being stolen fron, todayjs paychecks is going to buy the votes of today's retirees, where will the money come from to pay us off when we're 65? You guessed it. [t will come from tilt paychecks of today's children and wage-anier yet unborn. This is what the United States government calls insurance. It's what the rest of the world calls a Pc'nzi game, after the swindler of the same name. You may have beard about the oil exploration swindle that caught quite a few big names including Adam Smith," the author of "Supernioney." The swindlers paid off each wave of investorswith the money from the next wave. THiS CREATED the illusion of a fast-growing business with a rood rate of return. 'The investors didn't realize that there was so mudi cash Slating around only because the company wasn't wasting any of it looking for oil. Naturally. the whole thing collapsed eventually fir roughly the same reasons that chain letter. dwn't work forever. Tha's an example of a Nazi game in the private sector. As bad as it is, it's better than social security. No -n is firwed to participate. Tlhe people running the show usually end up behind bars. However, when the government pulls off a Pouzi game. BR IAN DONER LY OPINION nobody goes to jail. Instead, the clowns get reelected toy causing all those lovely checks to be sent out. TmE AMAZING thing about social security is its continuing popularity. By the standards of any other insurance program. it is bankrupt. It's bqinning to challenge the income tax as the biggest bite out of your paycheck. And despite all this, questioning social security is stil political suicide. Despite the popularity of Social Security. one small reform has bee, floating around in some circles. Starting with the reasonable premise that the illusion of social security as insurance is no longer sustainable, some people are urging that the program be run honestly. To them, this means financing social security out of general revenue ihnds rather than a special tax. The advantages are: No more irritating FICA tax on the paycheck. No more nasty jokes about social security being bankrupt. By financing social security with a prqrcssive Income tax, it would become an instrument of income redIstrIbution. THIS "REFORM" will probably come about in a few years. It will eliminate all of modial security's problems except the following: They will still be stealing $80 billion (or more) per year. You will still be forced to participate. S It will still be based on the grnusly paternalistIc idea that the government knows better than, you do how to plan fir your old age. But these are small considerations, based on outmoded ideas like human freedom. The "reform" will tak. care of social security's public relations problems, and Shat's *lhat miettern. r DO-vi Set sMni.IM Dwidlea I N. Eltr Th. Wood -nw DOnnw -m. -Mer haiem. -.acn e. .L.ye kwm .g ee P cia M.4 einA-. -adMer Caapu. ComnmunictIon. *fl P.O. ha. 132W Unlveuuity fln @a.iid nsa elk s. hbbSin we Censp tvt Adnsaq nd PgS elee a'sp-~l *me. '4 S The Independent Florda Alligator QGI Gua'c )O *gata~tIL 1* PWPA S.g to0o0U8 0'flU ACMIhS Gor A P14 O4PVNUEP lii' hI I v NP1 WUl9-.

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EDITOR:I am a student of the gospel. As such, I am a tareful sufferer of cacoethes scribendi: a diseased propensity for writing, As recently as Feb. 13th. your paper got my ,,wels in an uproar. While reading the Alligator during my ministerial period, I received a severe cramp. (You see. I cannot aflbrd lunch so I read the food ads as a substitute.) Leonardo's advertisement left a sour residue all afternoon. Very poor taste. As a joke, an advertisement come-on, or a conversation piece, it was a not so subtle put-down of student iaste, piece by piece. or no matter how you slice it. Ihe pitlre accompanying it was lewd and lascivious. I submit that the aforementioned ad ofITh ursday. February I hth. was of raw humor and request that in the futuiec Leconardo's refrain from such vulgarity. Do they serve pizzas LAW also? I don't know if the fault lies with Leonardo's for the ad\s atggtstiOfl, or with your ad staff artist, but one of you did a gross disserice to the other May your readership be assured ot better judgemien in the future? A newspaper is obligated to 'erve the masses what they want to read in order to satisfy imulual interests. But that ad is bad public relations. Piroltssional journalistic jurisprudence demands that press freedom, be balanced by press responsibility in determining published material. The real tragedy of this affair is the cheap. demeaning attitude the world, specifically the business community, has in egard to personal values such as sexual expression. Using the sex drive as an inducement to stimulate business is Unlortunately the way the economy of our society operates. Our economy may well be at a change of life, but I hope it doesn't lake literary pornography to get it back in the groove. FAR BE IT tram nmt to obstruct the bowels of justice and liberty After all, look what happened to the late Albert, now dIeceased. If you have the intesticle fortitude (a euphemism. you Leonardo level thinkers) to print this letter, in the midst ot a recession, considering your paper's overhead and the possible loss ot ad revenue whiebmight accrue.thenyouare newspaper with a moral conscience and I congratulate you. And to you Alligator Readers: in the interest of affirmation or negation, keep then, cards and letters coming. Oh. by the way. if Leonardo's insists on running the pictureof the nude male on their pizza ad as in Monday's Gator of. the I 7th .please put two tomatoes alongside the sprig of' parsley. French dressing would top off that salad. I hear they've got a new pizza at Leonardo's called the "gastrorgasm', It makes your bowels roar with delight. SERIOUSLY, I hope the notoriety caused by this letter doesn't generate any pizza business. That would be a gas. .Say, who cuts the cheeze at Leonardo's anyway? Judgon Ray Cheating as a crime EDITOR: To open the proceedings and hearings of the Honor Court at the university of florida to the 'iew of the news media and the general public would 1omne very close to making thealimg a crime. It would allow the State of Florida through the University to brand, publicly. a student Loflvicted of an honor court violation, "a cheateC". When the state exercises such a power over an individual iitien all of the safeguards of EDITOL A. a mumber of the women's Daiketball Team (yes. UF dces have a wome's Basketball Team) I've been very interested In riding 'esposbfto Lou Bramsaccie's arile concerning wome's I'm from estate whert our mrls high shool team received, as muds Coveag as teboy's team -including pictures. As a result, we had Deug Oldl Efln.eiM Shdior the criminal justice system, should be available to assure fairness and justice. As I understand, the Honor Court is an advisory body,. that is a a group of students advising the University adnministrator in charge of student conduct of its opinion about an individual student's actions and suggesting a response. The Honor Court is a long way from a board or commission or advising a board or commission and is not or, in my opinion, should the conimunity's interest and support. It was quite a surprise to come to the biggest university in the state of florida and read the write-ups of our game -cnsising f the orthe leading player and a coach's comment. No wnder pole don't get itet ed inthe team I dgt rather boe ysel redn them. Eon CUOI'nGhOni acdo' Ed Sr Gorge Kchan.C Jr p'un U".' e .r -p we Mmndi Ktmn Ms .Mlwder not be covered by the Sunshine Law. A shadow of doubt has been cast over those business students who did not cheat. but unfortunately revealing the names of those who were caught and punished will not remove any lingering suspicions that others were involved. Let the Honor Court function, the alternative is to have the legislature declare cheating a crime. Kenneth S. Davis 4LW' Mr. Brancaccie wrote, "you haven't conic far enough to jam sports stories down unwilling reader's throats," I feel he can only speak for himself, not the readers, since it's a mailer of personal interest as to what people read. I pc-tonally sun not very interested iin the injuries and health problems on some of our men's teams. but they seen, to rcive more publicity than any accomplishments of our Women's teams. I feel like we're in a rut that is impossible to get out of. We can-t get ood coverage because readers aren't interestedBut how can we ever get their interest if we don't get good coverage? Some iniaginitive reporting of women's sports by the Alligator sports staff would certainly help! Sue Chambers ADVICE & DISSENT Wait ing f or B utleOr Just beyond University Ave. and Thirteenth Street there exists a political entity called the City of Gainesville. You may have heard of it. NOW II' this entity, which I. also called the "University City", there ernst. a government. consisting of a five-member City Commission and a bunch of bureaucrats. Once every year there is an election to decide which men (no women are ever elected, but they can run if they want to) will serve for two three-year terms on the commission. This May we have another election coming up during which two seats will be tilled. The seats of Mayor-Commissioner Neil A.Bulter and Commissioner Joseph W. Uttle will be up for election this year. LITTLE HAS already announced he will run for re-election to his scat. Little is rumored to be considering an even higher office, but will be on the ballot in May.So will former Commissioner Ted Williams. But as of yet, no one knows what Butler will do. which is something thnt is bctherigg a lot of people particularly people who would like to rut, fin his seat. Under normal circumstances one could expect that Butler would not run again, but the circumstances are far from normal. Butler, who first ran fot the Cwrnihrnon in 19, was re-elected to hi. second and supposedly last term In 1972. or so the city charter says,. DUT IN Feb. 1972, three months before his tinst term expired. Butler resigned after it was discovered that he had once been arrested and tried for embezzelrag $9 from the mail in Atlanta In 959 and supposedly had lost his civil right. Included in those civil rights supposedly lost was the right to run for and hold office, so Butler meigped. After he had his civil right. restored three mouths later he won a resounding re-dlectbon bid. Under the GaInesvIlle City Charter. Butler would have to step down after serving his second term, but he contends that since he resigned during his first term he can run again. GalnesvIfle City Attorney Osse ft. Pagan said In a 1972 option that eves though flitier resigned. he had still been elected twice and therefore could not run again. TuEuE TE mOte rated until Butler secretly requested an opinion from Florida Any,. Ge. RobSr Shevin in Nov. 1974 Shevin never gav* the opinion, but he did say in a letter tofBsder that the matter would have to be settled in the courts. Butler has never said he will run, nor has he said he will not run In the niohths since the Shevlfl letter was made public. He has since said that he.i "conuidulag it" or waiting lot a "qualified black candidate" to declare so Butler can end his turn. ST AFF WRITINGS Butler's statement brings up a rather interesting point about this fair city. There has always been at least one black on every city board or commission, if one can be found to sit On it, THERE IS a black on the City Commission (Butler) one on the City Plan Board and more than one on the Human Relations Advisory Board. In the case of the Plan Board, a black was shifted over from the Human Relations Advisory Board, which deals with racial and other matters to the Plan Board, which considers such subjects as flood plains and zoning, after Tom Coward won a seat on the Alachus County Commission. lntqrestingly enough this "syndrome" doesn't seem to come from the black areas of the city, bj from the Northwest section, which is 't liberal enough to make sure the blacks will be represented, at least In color, if not byspeople who share the same socio economic problems of the black community, and who might not even live there. lUTLER DOES live in the black adcios of town, however, and for the most part does represent the interest, of the southeast side of the city. Butler's replacement, if he doesn't run. though may not represent that section. Butler has already been asked not to run in editorials in both the Gainesville Sun and the Independent Advocate. The Advocate said Butler has served long enough and the Sun said only bad things could come from Butler's running again. Butlerhas only responded so far by attacking the Advocat. and its editor J. Ben Rowe. Aside from that flitler still sticks to his statements that be I. considering It. THE SUN asked Butler to declare his mntdfitlof Immediately severni weeks ago, because ef a fear of many In the community that If Butler waits too long, thedhectics could be dragged thisgh the courts for .omli. As of yet, the UP instructor of pqdchlatrlc nursing Neil A. Batler Is saying flhhdg, nothing at all about whether he Is guing to rut, And because he Is saying nothing, a lot tf candidates who feel they cas do gpod job hr the city oa the City Comlalso. aren't 'ayig anything either, as they sit on the s~idi waiting. I -a.a H ow about some coverage? The Independent Florida Alligator 1he Iideplhndfit M.d Mlgepr, MoMdav, Feb.cy 2i, Sift Pq.e9 A not-so-subtle put-down on taste --

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Stormy dual meet season over By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Algator Sports Writer hc IA wini (cam's stormiest dual imuet 'cason Ce Cr cndcd SaturdIay .,Iernoon at Florida pool ,urh .i loss it the hands ot nationally ranked Miami. 61-50. Their final record is4-5 rhe tankmcn. who normally would have had 'even seniors in this last dtual meet, only saw two compete and both of those w.ere divers JOHN REEVES and Ken DeForrest left the squad before the season ever began and headed for Alaska. Then, about halfway through the season Tim McKee. a double silver medalist "inner in the 1972 Olympics. David Ray and Chip Bradley all quit the squad. And two weeks ago Frank [icluner and Ed Quarry both left-. I hat teft seniors John Schaub and Gregg Callaghan. both Ii'er' to i epresent the class of -> DIVING COACH Glenn Hottmain sod both I,'eis had iii outsta.4dmg day, probably their begt day in their tour years of cOmpetIit in at UE Schaub took a first and third mn the Iwo diving events and tallaghan ended up w.ith a second and fourth. Miami. who had the mleer '.eli in hand by the three ijeter diving event, did riot officially enter the event. The meet started poorly for the Gators as Miami took a 7.0 lead by .wtnnmg the 400 yard medley relay in a zimie ol3:32.8. Miami won the next jive events to run the score to 49-12 -' BACK TO BACK victories by the Gaters with Jamie laRochelle '.mning the 100 yard freestyle in a time of 47.6 and Will Artley winning the 200 yard backstroke in a time ol 1:54.3 brought the Gntors closer but still trailed by 27 points. Miami won the 5(X) yard freestyle even though they did not : tankers lose entei thci test main Miami ako pulled out (hel iillmmrS mn the 2(it) s,.id breasistioke rnI LU-s Maik C'helosky won ii iiih timec ol 2 25.8. The meet ended with the gatorss winig the 4(X) yard Ircestyle celay hut agamn Miami did not officially enter a team. Gator coach Bill Harlan said he was pleased with his team' performance. "EVERYBODY SWAM just about their best time and dhatls w hat '.e were hoping fbi." Harlan said. Harlan said he as also appreciative of the fact that Miami "let up" w. hen they knew they had the victory. "They took it easy on us." Harlan said. UP swill now prepare for the Southeastern Conference Championships held March 6-8 at Knoxville. Tenn. where the GAtors are expected to finish behind Tennessee. Alabama and Auburn but ahead of the remaining SEC opponents. Nauseating trip for UF Kentucky no panacea By GREG FORMER Alligator Sport. EdItor OXFORD. Miss. -Perhaps the landing of the "Blue Goose" in Oxford set the whole ting in motion. The t0l-92 loss, the sluggish play of most of the Gatorsthe sickening trip back to Gainesville. Could it have been loretold after the 'Goose,' the UF's DC3 bounced roughly to the ground in the land of William Faulkner? Who knows, but the Gators bounced as badly Saturday night in C.M. "Tad" Smith Coliseum while wind, rain and lightning prevailed outside of the downed structure. A tornado watch was in effect-and that's what the fans and a disconsolate head coach John Lot, watched-an Ole IWres tle rs win seas on final e F-our seniors wrestled in their final dual meet for UP and -went out iamners Friday night as the Gator grapplers overpowered Florida Technological University (FTU) 28-9 for their 33rd victory in a ow. In the first motch of the evening, senior Bob Roberts dominated FTU s Mike Strouse for a 3-0 whitewash in the 118 pound class. ARTIE IIARERMANN. who w.as competing with a slight knee sprain. went into the second period of his 126 pund n atch one pont ahead but FTLs Scott Sherman Gaiter Mike Collins scored live quick points just 30 seconds into his 134 pound battle and went on to an easy 12-2 victory. Coach Gary Schneider said it was Collinsbest performance of the season. FTU sophomore John Theders defeated 142 pound lreshnmin Pat Bruce 5-3, cutting the Gator lead to one lloint but the GAtors went on to 'tin live out of the last six miiatches. DAN LUBE LL recorded an 8-3 luctory In the I50 pound class, giving the Gators a 10-6 lead at intermission. 'hen senior Jeff Davis defeated FTU standout Mike ShIvuers 2-0 in the 15$ pound bracket before UP sophomore Steve Bostw iek dropped a 5-2 decision to Tom Hanmmonds in the 167 pound class. John Orr upped the Gator lead to 26-9 when he pulled out a close t-2 n in in the 177 pound class. HENRY JACKSON and heavyweight Mark Totten ;proved to he too ,ittch for their opponents and both men 'on easily. Jackson's opponent "as disqualified for excessive stalling valiile Tottet, scored dhe only pin of the evening. Schneider was pleased 'tith the Gators' overall performiance but the coach said his squad tain't at full strength because of the absences of Tin, Cranowitz and 'Tim WonsowkcL. Both are expected to return in time for the SEC championships shich till be held this Friday and Saturday in Alligator Alley. Miss Rebel tornado.It blew baek and forth, the lead changing hands 22 times in the tbrst half. But finally the tornado decided to take off. leaving 7-8 and 11-14 rubble in its wake. Thos figures represent the Gators' Southeastern Conference and overall records, just a little over a week ago the Gators were riding a four game win streak, looking for a third place finish. Ii was within their graspy-but it slipped away. It slipped away just the same as the beautiful weather that greeted the GAtors in Oxford. The weather that turned to violent storm. The fact that Chip Williams scored 32 points and took down 10 rebounds made little difference. Gene Shy's steady 17 point performance did little to cheer anyone. 'he Gators had been handled. 'We played so sporadically," said Lotz after the game. "It 'wsn t the typeof effort .we should have had. Dave Shepherd tok cat of us-he ran ridit around our ijuards." Shepherd led the Rebels with 26 points. but was helped quite a bit by tour other Rebels breaking into double figures. Walter Aetwood dropped in 22. Herb Wright 17. Mant Members 14 and Bob Mahoney dropped in an even dozen. I'he best part of the trip was landing on steady ground in Gainesville. But it is no sweeping panacea. It only means a return to the court tonight to face not a 4-flpoob ci ie team as are the Rebels. The Gators must face 13-2 Kentucky' UF sEhORCENTERCHpIulMs fresh off a come from behind win over Alabama Saturday. .2p~teff otfrnuh No. it's no panacea. .2pitefr etonuh UF bs eballteam drops two to Sson Uin open inggames By MARK JOUNSON Alligator Sport. Wrdt.r Sloppy-with a capital S. T[hat's the best way to describe the UF baseball tean's opening weekend as the team dropped two games to the Stetson Hatters. 3-I and 5-4. FRIDAY'S PERRY Field opener "as played in a light shower most of the game as the UP hitters drowned in a 'Ca of weak ground balls and strikeouts. After J.B. Caldwell's twoout single scored Terry Jones in the second inning, the Gators coi mgstnr up only one hit and a couple walks or the remasnofghe game. At Stetson went out in front for good in the second inning on unm irardea's right field home run. The Hatters added an unearned run later that inning and Brad Hoc's honier off the left field scoreboard iced the game in the ninth inning. SATURDAY'S GAME in DeLand saw the Gators come from behind only to lose the ganme on an unearned ninth inig run. Stetson's Don Vinson. who singled and reached second whrn shortstop Roger Hck misplayed the relay throw from the outfield, scored the winning run on Jeff Bereot's line drive single. Cent.r fled., Sammy Rick, attrnmln g qick pick up mn trw for a play at the plate, allowed the ball to skip off his glove, and Vinson scored easily. Rick had ap eady cut down a runner at the plate two innings earlier. AFTER UPFPELL behind 4-I in the sixth inning, Rick scored in the seventh on Brad Hoch's errant throw to first onahat should have beeni an inning-ending double play. With two outs in the UF eighth. Jim Shuock singled to set up a long-awaited of*(nslve burst. Terry Jons' double to right-canter field scored Shuleck, and John Cortese doubled Jones home to tie the game and set up the ninth inning draniatles. "You den't like to lose, but 1 long as we'e In the gags. until the ninth inning. you can't be too upset." head coach Dave Fuller remarked after Saturday's loss. Craig Pippin. John Chappel, Bruce Baker. and Bobby Tyler allowed six earned runs on 14 hits in just under 18 innings pitched. UNFORTUNATELY, the Gators' worst news of the week may be yet to come. Senior third baseman Dave Bowden not only missed this weekend's games because of intestinal virus, but there is a very good chance he may have mononucleosis. But despit the walks. errors, sick players. and muddy uniform,, Fuller remains optimistic as the Gflors prepare for neat weekend', trip to Talaanes for two pan with Florida The Independent Florida Alligator Pag. IA Mondky, ftebn.y 14 197 4 1

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