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VOL. 67 NO. 88

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Blaming crippled Education and General budgets for the
;: jeopardy now lacing Florida State University's law school
accreditation The Florida Bar is pushing tor separate funding -
of Florida's two state law schools.
Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said last week FSU's law school
might lose its accreditation unless it upgrades faculty pay and
library facilities.
WHILE SHEVIN urged regent Marshall Harris, former
chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, to con-
photo by John moron duct an investigation. The Florida Bar contends the problemis

,
COW ABUNGAI IS THE CRY of this slippery surfer who came to see }Herbie Mann who gave a free concert money.
Pete Fannon Florida Bar assistant director for ,
shoots the plastic fantastic. This sizable crowd is not Sunday on the J. Wayne Reitz Union north lawn. programs
said the current level of funding means the "law schools'hands
here the finals of the but
witness
to
event! actually are tied as to what they can do."
Although UF and FSU's law schools are funded in the same
manner, no question has been raised about UFs ac-

I. PIRG petition battle continues creditation.THE TWO LAW SCHOOLS are currently funded as part

of the Education and General (E&G) budgets, based on the
number of students attending fulltime.
The Bar supports funding the law schools separate from E
, By LESLIE GOLAY validation.. & G, with funds specially earmarked for the law schools only.
Alligator Staff Writer A MEETING IS PLANNED with Sandeen today at 3:30: As appropriations committee chairman .in the state
p.m. in his office. legislature, Harris last year proposed the law schools be
UF President Robert Q. Marston sent Public Interest separately funded.
Sandeen said he called because he
Research Group (PIRG) representatives back to Vice today's meeting wants UF LAW SCHOOL DEAN Joseph Julin said the major
PIRG members realize "their and because he
President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen on Monday for to objectives" impact of recent State University System cutbacks has beenon
another go at validating a petition to establish the grOup.At wants, to be of assistance to them. the E&G budget and separate funding "would,provide
"I 1 don't the (PIRG float I
a previous meeting with Sandeen on Feb. 14, he,said the want to see" thing ) away. want to apparently some insulation from that impact. '
work something Sandeen said.
"\ 1972-73 petition was invalid and would have to be discarded. out "I've never been a total advocate of completely separate

This decision would torce the group to gather names for a new "I'M NOT TRYING to fight the!group. I'd like to see their funding" said Julin.

petition.? ,group exist here. I'd just'like to see them do it honestly and Last year the university ,system received special ap-
ROXANNE MARIETTA, president of PIRG. Michael fairly," he said. propriations from the legislature for both the UF and FSU
,Berman. a Washington lawyer who advises PIRG groups law schools.
across the country. and three students met with Marston, to "Seventy per cent, or, l Ib.UUU new students don't even know OF $300,000 for curriculum revision and' improvements,
discuss PIRG's establishment as a student ,funded what PIRG is," Sandeen said. $200,000 went to UF and $100,006 to FSU. The legislaturealso
organization at UF. ',:' Sandeen has asked Marietta Student Senate President appropriated 5250,000 to UPs law library and more than
The controversy surrounding PIRG's establishment involves Kevin Malone and SG Senator Michael DiMaia to attend $100,000 tor FSU's law library said Julin.

the validity of a petition containing '12OQO ,signatures today's meeting.At "The Florida Bar is suggesting FSU's law school hasn't
collected in 197273. received funds sufficient to provide the legal education" they
Monday's meeting. Marston discussed the of
I, Sandeen has decided that the petition is invalid because it progress want to, said Julin.
other campus across the state and what type of
, is not representative of the current student body. groups Fannon said the law schools are required to meet standards
problems a ,UF PIRG would focus on.
. HE BASED his decision on a 1974 Board of Regents bill 'Snore in line" with those of separately funded medical
I U which stipulated that 51 per cent of the student ody must schools, and should therefore be funded separately also.
f sign a petition in favor of voluntary funding. "THE MONEY tor law schools becomes lost in the'
Marietta said they tilled the Regents requirements with the, shuffle," along with funds for the E& G budget said Fannon.
I, 1973 petition but Sandeen said the; regents ruled in 1974 after While The Florida Bar blames finances for tying the handsof
the petition was tiled, thereby making it invalid. the law !schools, SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz contends"no
At the meetting Marston said, he saw no technical problem one has ever had enough" money to operate the caliber of
; with the regents or with his office 'concerning PIRG's program they want.
I a, establishment. "Separate funding would seriously undermine the conceptof
; : "IT'S MY IMPRESSION that the question of establish- the university as an administrative unit making value
ment would be up to the university" Marston said.' judgments." said Mautz.
., According to Marston Sandeen has expressed legitimate "YOU'RE NOT just talking about educational programs,"
concern that other groups will want to establish themselves said Mautz. "You're talking about a constellation of factors."
on campus through the same student voluntary funding Mautz said he would not support separate funding, "unless
system that PIRG plans to use. you make a similar argument for architecture, and
", "I 1 suggest that you retalk to Sandeen and show him that engineering and journalism'? and on down the line.
the student mood isn't, 180 degrees from where it was when Julm said that the best form of funding for UF's law schoolis

, ,the petition was first finished Marston said "the type.we now have" where it falls'within the 'E & G
MARSTON SAID he would make no firm commitmentuntil budget and is also given special appropriations.

.t. the PIRG'Jtroup met with Sandeen. If separate funding is approved, Julin said his support
Marston said the PIRG members should "talk,to Sandeen SSI: ,would depend on the I law school's funding relative to, UF's. as a
-
and get a quickie.answer" on'whether,the petition is, valid or' ETIA whole.
, not GERMAN MAR "Our success is in large part dependent on the university. ,"
Sandeen saia-'he' \'es.the'. final decision n..t the, petition? ? ., .' .PIRG representatives said Julin.,



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I Turkoffcapredicts/ / : base -shutdownANKARA I



the U.S. Congress Feb. 5. because of
(UPI- Turkish Foreign Minister Melih bassador to Washington said the congressional ban might suspended by ; Turkey's
Esenbel said Monday.that Turkey will shut down American also force Turkey to lower its defense of the southeast flank of refusal to withdraw troops from Northern Cyprus and allow

bases if the U.S. military aid and arms cutoff reduced the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) from Soviet Greek Cypriot refugees.romlastsuplmer's Turkish invasion

Turkey's ability'to defend itself against Soviet retaliation., attack. ,to l return to their, ,l.h]ion\ev\ ,-\\n?J :Turkish-occupied. Northern

Asked iri 'an t';'interview if the bases; used ..primarily,,tq. "OBVIOlJSjfK) ;If' aid, J}is vl.ithdrawV.Turkey: i.,j\; \\ Qtbe, able tIJ'r'"'>'prys, .'1"" ': ; 0.' I ".;1' J'*' :>r
The'furkish
Cypriote have
monitor military movements in the Soviet Union would be "to sustain> the same kind of preparedness as far as NA'J' 1 proclaimed an independent
defense is concerned." Esenbel said. Turkish Cypriot state in the northern third of Cyprus.
closed because of the U.S. Congressional arm-aid ban,
Esenbel said: "'Ifthe United States is not ready to do so'(give aid), then Esenbel.;60. said the Turkish government and military had

"IF WE are not able to sustain our (military)effort.. yes, NATO has to come forward with an answer; If no remedial not yet taken any definite decision on whether to close down
because these joint defense installations mean Turkey has to action is taken.Turkey then has to review its contribution to the 25 American bases in Turkey.
assume additional risk. NATO," he said.
"The additional risk would be assumed in the expectationthat "We are not bluffing. Esenbel said. "We are not blackmailing "We are now on the way to studying what steps we should

additional aid would be forthcoming. Now, if the aid we are just trying to readjust to new facts." take," he said. "Our readjustment position has not yet been

element of this bilateral relationship is withdrawn, then all TURKEY RECEIVED SI80 million in American military completed.." .
that remains really is the additional risk for Turkey." loans and grants in 1974. But he emphasized that Turkey would V not withdraw from

The gray-haired, pipe-smoking former Turkish am- Further military aid and arms sales to Turkey were NATO. ;, .




tuesday/Wire A NJ.GENGW Editor Gurney trial jury search startsTAMPA I


capsule
(UPI) The bribery-conspiracy trial of former Committee, only} the sixth U.S. senator in history to be indicted

Sen. Edward J. Gurney, the first U.S. senator in a half centuryto in office, arrived 20 minutes early for the beginning of
be criminally indicted while in office, began Monday with the U.S. District Court trial, which could last as long as three

U.S. lifts ban the opening of jury selection. months.
"I feel tine and l I'm in good health" said Gurney. U.S. District Judge Ben Krentzman called a panel of'24

responding to questions about a recent operation for an prospective jurors and questioned them for two hours. The

salesto undisclosed ailment that delayed the start of the trial. prosecution and defense began, their questioning after the
on arm
The former Republican member of the Senate.WatergateFord noon recess.
Krentzman outlinedthe charges against Gurney, 61, and
India PakistanWASHINGTON ''l four codefendants-two former aides, JamesGrootand Joseph

hits Congress Bastien, and.two former Housing and Urban Development
officials Ralph Koontz and K. Wayne Swiger.
(UPI) The United States Monday
The judge said all five defendants were charged with
ended India. its 10-year embargo on arms sales to Pakistan and for slow tax action conspiracy "to defraud the. right to have HUD and its em

ployees free from external implications, influences and
State Department spokesman Robert Anderson said the "
Untied States in the future will consider requests by both WASHINGTON (UPI)- An income tax cut is President. pressures.

countries for arms exports for cas1! on a case-by-case basis. Ford's No. I priority and the chief executive considers it tragic

While Pakistan has been anxious to resume purchases of that a tax bill has.not yet cleared Congress, the White House U.'S. orders vitamin labels

U.S. arms, India-supplied by the Soviet Union and its own said Monday.
production-has shown no interest in obtaining weapons With his chief economic advisers Ford reviewed the WASHINGTON (UPI) The government Monday ordered -

from this country, the State Department said. democratic alternative to the administration's tax proposal ina grocers to provide detailed information about the
The United States embargoed arms exports to both India one-hour session that also covered the nation's energy vitamin content of fresh fruits and vegetables any time they

and Pakistan in 1965 when the two countries were at war. !shortage and a potential credit squeeze brought on by the advertise nutritional claims -at produce counters..

On his recent visit to Washin on..Pakistani President Ali huge federal deficit. If a store displayed a sign saying its oran contained large

Bhutto urged President Ford and Secretary of State Henry A. Later, Press Secretary Ron Nessen expressed to reporters amounts of vitamin C, for example, it would also have to

Kissinger/ to lift the embargo ,. specifically noting Pakistan Ford's "great/ concern" over the speed with which the House provide a sign,explaining how much vitamin C-and all other
needed such defensive armaments as anti-aircraft and anti and Senate were dealing with the tax measure. vitamins and minerals-are contained in the average orange.

tank guns, according to Roy Atherton assistant secretary of "It's tragic that they have taken this long to pass a tax cut" But if no such nutritional claims were made by the store,
!state for Near Eastern and East Asian affairs. Ford reportedly said. the labeling requirement would not apply





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NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY * * * * *
: CREATIVE Grecian FeastFEB. ARTIST IN RESIDENCE,
*
COOKERY Jean,Claude Van
25 6:30: P.M. Itallie, playwright of
WORKSHOP the modern theatre,
ARREDONDO ROOM4th will be at the
% f University of Floridaas
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= ** J) ** FLOORJ. ,. V' an Artlst.lnResidence from
March 2-1 During
WAYNE REITZUNION ss ; (his time he wilt be
It ;
Featuring the preparation of _; conducting
A tenet of informol lecture. ItdiKu.aions edr i workshops and
'
*
on various topics concerning Eggplant Parmesan by John seminars in creative
personal growth and .Chambers. ,."'I writing, acting and
development. : ?;Y:1 ? .. directing as well as
CONFRONTATION WITH DEATH Wednesday, February 26, V $ speaking in mass
/ n r lectures and to in
AND REBIRTH 70 *
p.m.J.
Graham Kotch, Ph.D., dividual classes in
Reps Union
Wayne
Bakery addition, there will

Clinical Wed.,Febfveiy Psychologist 24,7:30 to f M p.m. ** Reservations required. Call 1 : ;,1. 'be probably limes when he make will
lounges 122 i 123 392-1655 9:30-4:30: ( to hold a '. V' himself available to
flEE AND OPEN,I TO THE PUIUC seat. Enrollment is limited, so All Union ctlvltleT.refr7rad open to (Individuals I I I I In
Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reltx hurry and make reservations the pubU :.Because attendance for most 'Lounges 122 & 123,
things Is limited,registration by phone will 'JWRU,depending on
Union and Student Mental Health
soon. ,
J be held!
beginning February 17 on a first-
< Staff 1* * * * * ,' come, first' 'served basis. hlSllme.:

'Actori Workshop; Tuts t Wed.,.March 4 8 S
*! -mmmt ,1:11 f lmt.35.! 2:1:>>-:00: p.m"'Ballroom.:
,
The
ACOUSTICAL program will include on JWRU.instructions: wear
assemblage of artifacts.' t'. : work clothes .or leotards
.music, exhibits and entertainment -: ," :' y;' '.. :1 V and soft soled or ballet
ENTERTAINMENT r from.the home :' shoes. .
: '
:
: cr.a'ilyt 4.
Writing Seminar t /Non & Tues..March 3 &
country as well as a feasting .limit: 70T.t 10:0012 Noon,' Ballroom
Feb. 25 .Noon upon typical Grecian food.. : ."..! f,. .JWRU.lni\tructIOn.: Bring
wtCome .: :: :. notebook and pencils.
U of F Students $3.50 Director's Workshop* Thurs.,March 4,J:00-4:00 pm
I Central Public 5.00 IIlmlt: 20 FrI,March 710:0012 Ballroom.
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to the Colonnade at the Reitx Union Tickets available ;. .. JWRU.Instructions: wear':
Jr are at he work clothes or leotardsand
TODAY at Noon and relax to the music of University Box Office ... soft soled,'or ballet
"Brouhaha. band Is from Orlando and (Constans Theatre) begin ; w.rtquttt' that shoes.They .
they play folk rock,and bluegrass.DON'T nlng February 10 from 12.OO unit/ .,,: interested people. net sign up
;t. are sure they will attend!
to 4:30. :
MISS .IT! : Monday. throughFriday 2. They can attend for all total hours a
No tickets will
be
:workshop will run. For example: 101; >>-12
available at the door. Noon both Monday,end.Tuesday;. :.

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Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday, 25, 1975, 3Another
February Pag
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rep files bill to add student to Regents :I

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By KAREN MEYER the system will help the university system Students currently have input through the Nelson.
Alligator Staff Writer overall. Nelson said. state Council of Student Body Presidents, who WHILE A STUDENT would only have a

NELSON SAID HE didn't anticipate any are allowed to speak at the end of each year to learn the ropes of governing the state

State Rep. Bill Nelson, D-Melbourne, has problems with a student working on a co regents ,meeting. universities, the current regents have the
filed a bill with the Florida House that would equal basis with the nine-member board "A student vote just as good as anybodyelse's advantage of serving staggered nine': year
add one student to the nine-member Regents. since his,input would be "formalized." i in itself engenders cooperation" said ,terms.
Senator Jack Gordon, D-Miami, filed a
similar bill earlier this month with the Florida

Senate the, regents.which proposed adding three studentsto Atty. Gen. may sue Honor Court. I

Nelson's bill would have a student ap-

pointed ,by the Governor serving a one-year By STUART EMMRICII IIARRISON SAID he was interested in the proceedings in secret because of a Board of
term on the board, with each of Florida's nine Alligator Staff Writer case because it involved the sunshine law, Regents policy mandating the confidentiality

state universities rotating to provide the The state attorney general's office is which Harrison explained was one !of Shevin's of students' records.
student. considering entering a court suit attempting major concerns. ,Gainesville Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green

"SINCE STUDENTS ARE the major users to open up secret UF Honor Court hearings "We are always interested in these kind of has issued a temporary injunction against the
of the system there ought to be a student pointof Asst. Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said Monday. law matters. We have pretty consistently closed hearings and trials until a decision can

view on the board," Nelson said. Harrison said he is currently gathering taken the position that public matters should be reached on whether the proceedings fall

Nelson said when he was a student at Yale, information about the suit, which argues that be in the sunshine.the under the sunshine law provisions.ONE .
the administration decided it would be Honor Court proceedings should come "There have been other cases we have RECENT SUNSHINE LAW case the

helpful to include student input on decisions under the Fla. Government-in-the-Sunshine gotten involved in to try and support attorney general's office participated in was a

regarding the then-controversial issue of Law, to',see if the attorney general's staff arguments to open up these types of things," Council of Deans meeting at the University of
tenure. should become involved. ,Harrison explained. South Florida, (USF). The group serves as'an
The "healthy results" from that student Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin is out of town and THE SUIT TO OPEN up the Honor Court.is advisory board to' the president of the

input partly influenced his proposal for a not scheduled to be back in his Tallahassee proceedings to the public was filed Feb. 7 by university,.which was ruled to fall under the

student regent Nelson said. office until Wednesday. Harrison said he The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF sunshine law.
Establishing a "healthy communication would talk to Shevin about the case when he law student Judy Collins. The USF opinion has been cited by the
between between the managers and users ofDean's got back. The Honor Court has been conducting its plaintiffs in their joint suit against the closed
Honor Court: proceedings.

Harrison said he wasn't sure if the Honor

By TOM SIIRODER Court would come under the sunshine law,
Alligator Staff WriterDr. "without looking at the facts of the case
: closely," but added he suspected it might.IF .

Bob Burton Brown, dean of University THE ATTORNEY GENERAL does
;'. 1 Collegepulls up to Little Hall on his Sears enter the suit, Harrison explained, it would be

and Roebuck threespeedbike hot and to file a "friend of the court brief supporting

.! \ sweaty,from his Northeast Gainesville home. the opinion"that these hearings should be

r ..."; He takes the elevator to the third floor, but opened up.Harrison.
instead of heading for his office he crosses said he was particularly interestedin
f the outside walk and brandishing master entering the suit because he was a memberof

) : key disappears into room 349A. the Honor Court defense staff while a

fifteen minutes later, Brown emerges clean student at UF.
J'' "I always kind of wondered why these
and refreshed ready to face another day of
,,' .. tough decision-making. hearings and trials were kept closed,"
.
,!" r
Harrison added.
2y
THE SCENE described above catch .ys
oMi I' ,t>-o, may
4 LARRY TURNER,one of the attorneys for
; the eye of casual Little Hall observers as the
warm weather returns this spring. the plaintiffs said he was hopeful that'the
would enter the suit.
attorney general
Designed as a restroom. Little Hall 349A
"I was contacted by Sharyn Smith (an
was left as a vacant closet-sized space when
assistant ) about the and
attorney general case
money set aside for plumbing fixtures had to
she explained they were interested in what we
be used for extra office space on the fourth
were doing and wanted to find out more aboutit
,floor.
," Turner said.
Last spring. Brown made a request to the
Turner said he has also talked to Harrison
showerfor UF Office for Administrative Affairs for $720to
about the case and was still waiting for some
install a hot water heater and stall showerin
word from him about whether a definite
349A.
decision had been reached."I .
The justification for the "to
request was
KNEW THEY were interested in these
accommodate faculty and staff who ride
kind of law suits but I know they have to go
to work to and to
bicycles conserve energy
through bureaucratic channels that slow them
encourage others to do so. "
down, Turner added.
ALTHOUGH THE REQUEST does not Turner said he had originally hoped the
mention it, Brown said the shower
otherstoo
was opento enter
attorney general would the suit before it
anyone who wants to use it, including went to court Feb. 7. When he hadn't heard

students."I anything from the attorney general's office by
had a number of requests from bike court date, however Turner said he "didn'tfeel

riders to get a shower installed. It's not we could wait any longer, and (m I) went
elegant. but it gets the sweat off" Brown said. Lj ?? : ahead and filed the suit."
Across the hall from the University College Turner said it
would
still help the case if the
j office. 349A is kept locked. Cathy Crawford in
, attorney general joined because a final
:' ;: UC administrative assistant has the key. hearing on whether or not the hearings should
:: : "Anyone who wants to use the shower can come under the sunshine law has yet to come

:,0,1' ''T.' o. just ask for the key," she said. "You have to before Green.
I, ''! bring your own soap and towel though."
: The I hearing on the sunshine law was
THE SHOWER IS a rectangular metal scheduled for around the second week of
.:,,' box. The walls are bare and so is the light- filed UF Tom
" March, but an appeal by Atty.
i ': bulb hanging from the ceiling. Beside the the closed
: ,; Biggs to have the injunction against
l' water heater the only other piece of furnitureis proceedings lifted will probably delay the

,0 i /" a' green desk chair opposite the door. final hearing for at least 60 days according to
/ The shower was installed at the end of the photo by John moron Turner.No .
summer. Brown said he used it !occasionally DEAN BROWN'S SHOWER
date has been set for the hearing on the
this tall. bring: own soap and towel' appeal Turner said.




,7 r Board of Masters defines impeachment powers I



i' ,ji" By STUART'EMMRICH signed by he and J 19 other students asking for a clarification of THE BOM SAID IT interpreted the constitution to mean,

Alligator Staff Writer' the .impeachncntstatute; ; in the constitution.. ,.. t f t because it set up a unicameral legislature, that the senate was
'I)' I The constitution,states,that the senate, l"y' .threefounns"ote to have both powers.Because .
The Board of Masters ,(BOM) ruled Monday that the UF of the full membership can impeach an officer of the constitution sets no specific guidelines for the
Student Body Constitution gives the Student Senate the powerto student body, but there is no specific mention of whether that procedures for impeachment, the BOM ruled that the senate
both impeach and remove any officer of the student body. tote also means the officer can be removed from office after must decide what guidelines should be followed.

The BOM also ruled. however,that the senate must provide impeachment. The decision added, however, that the senate could im-
the specific procedures for impeachment and removal prior to Ofgang requested the BOM to rule whether the senate'does peach an officer for whatever grounds it decides are valid.

enacting impeachment proceedings.THE have the power to both impeach and remove or whether they The interpretation of the constitution was reached by BOM

OPINIONS ISSUED BY the BOM Monday were in can only bring charges against an officer,for,trial by some ,members Robert Harris. Alan Gerlach, Pat Wiggins and G.J.
answer to a petition tiled by Student Sen. Ken Ofgang and other body. I Koark. Vicki Jay was not present at Monday's meeting.



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Government spending that

raise moneyDelta ':, 8 o keeps on even' after it has used

Phi Epsilon sororitywill .1COtVo" all your' tax money ;is a major
sponsor their third annual \

ice cream.eating contest: "Th f : \ '-
ere s. no ,
: r.1.: : ,: everything
on Thursday, Feb. 27, at .8 : ',
from hamburger to houses

p.m.Eleven fraternities and such thing asa Only you can make it stop
three sororities will be "
represented at the Delta Phi
call take breathaway'
machine service your
Epsilon house for the contest. "
do
Why expenses now seem
free lunch.
Money collected from the THE to exceed income?
contestants will be donated to There is an easy one-word answer

the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- 1 to all these ejuestions-inflation. But

dation. It's a dull term, but something called the "SECRET do we really understand what inrl.i-
Merle Feldman, one of the tion is, and why this "secret tax"
"public debt" has been piling up for years
Delta Phi Epsilon co- TAX"AMEPJG keeps chipping away at our paychecks
chairmen for the contest, said because our tax dollars haven't come close to ?

that $1,500 was collected last paying for all of the services and programs we've Many factors have exacerbatedthis

year.Each been demanding.! fact, just the annual dollar-dissolving! inflation-the
contestant is given a energy crisis crop prices excessive -
interest charge on this debt recently hit a cool
contract for pledges. The and ill-advised government
$29 billion. Nevertheless, many politicians say, CANT.AFFORD
pledges are to pay a certain regulation, wages.. outrunning pro
amount tor each scoop of ice "Relax, Uncle Sam can simply print the moneyto ductivity. But the basic cause of inflation -

cream eaten. The more ice cover the cost." Not so, as this story from is one that most Americansseem

cream eaten, the more money The March Reader's Digest makes clear. For largely unaware of: spending

that is made, Feldman said. with skyrocketing prices people stopped money that hasn't been earned yet.
There will be 22'/a gallonsof wonder why you In short, inflation is the creatureof
And we've recession. How to
buying. now got
i ice cream prepared the poorer even though debt, and the most inflationarykind
contest, which is open to the get out of the mess? Read on. EER probably mak- of debt is the one weunderour

public. more money than democratic system-are the
father ever most responsible for: the public debt.
dreamed of? You finally bought that The officials we elect run up this
Conference Dt aders house. You drive a nice car. Maybe debt to provide the loans, goods,
you're making payments on that services and programs that we have

' hosts authorsJohn l\Dige boat you always wanted. But why come to believe should be "paid for
t did that new tile in the kitchen costso by government"

Ciardi, poetry editorof much more than you expected? We forget,of course, that"paid for
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and Jones are two of us. Government may print money, government incurs after our tax oldest of economic laws takes effect. be kept under control !W) \vc du< not
seven writers at UF this weekto the of wealth. has We shell- With around than wind the inflation
but this is only symbol money run out. pay by more money up compounding
take part in the Sixth Real wealth is the value of the goods ing out that secret tax that adds ten available goods, prices rise-and inflation which brought about the recession
Annual Florida Writers and services produced by workingmen cents to a pound of bacon, $5 to a is upon us. in the first place.If .
Conference. and women. It is their pay for pair of shoes, $20 to an electric stove. Okay. Everybody talks about it. we expect government III cut'
making cars, houses, clothes, books, Now this is the part of inflation Almost everybody feels it. But what spending, however, tie must all
furniture and all the other myriad that most of us don't fully under can we do about it? cut our expectations government.
things we are accustomed to. Government stand: How' the government's in Certainly, increased productivityeach ; Businessmen seeking !special| I treatment ; .
Come in and tell us depends upon this wealth debtedness pushes up the prices of of us producing more fir the to pull them out of a hole dug

what you think of that we create, and takes from each the things we buy.It dollars we earn-is one of the most by their cm n inefficiency must make
Beef 'n Cheese of us a portion of it through taxes works this way: We can't print effective counters to inflation Many do with their own resourcefulness,
and other revenues. money to cover our own debts. The businesses and dedicated workers Special.mt rtst: groups must t stop
Rrby's at Arby's.The Last year we paid out $255 billion federal government, however,.can; have performed( amazing feats of and consider .the overall effects of(

aoesrBR1P in federal taxes. Unfortunately, through a complex procedure called productivity enabling them to in. their requests'upon[ government.;and
: the government not only spent all "monetary policy," the Federal Reserve crease ,their wages ;and profits while thus upon[ inflation. Citizens must
sane ,tn ",this money; it kept right on spend, creates dollars and transfers cutting the price of their productsio! realize that government installations
ing,doling out $j.5') billion more than them to banks. The banks make remain competitive.* mav close in their area. Because the'
we "}gave it. And it has generally loans from these new "assets." Thus, But productivity .increases cannot; money is not available, certain nonessential .
done the same for( vears-spending money is "pumped into the economv" indefinitely make up for ,the steady programs; may have i to he
$ldi., X billion more than income' in -money that was originally cheapening of the dollar brought on dclivcd or even discarded.

the five years 1970 through 1974) nothing more than the figures on a by the government indulging Icgislitic We.' ; :all of us. arc trying to hold the
Independent Florida Alligator' !II a .done. Federal Reserve check soon more whims
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August weekly except when during it's published June, July,semi-and often for individually per. originate through bank loans of ,that will not IK nude unless citizens think real; progress cat he made
weekly,and during student holidays and siiisive reasons to !spend dollars it various. kinds. They find their way -businessmen, farmer,, workers, without getting the government'sfiscal
exam periods Opinions, expressed,in the doc'Mi't have It goes into debt. into the economy through various houscw ivcs.. pensioners-demand\ hack in tune
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Programs may get extra budget allocation :j jBy


JANET PARK
"PEOPLE DON'T HAVE the money:' Block said, reported back to ASFAC by Thursday.
Alligator Staff
WriterA referring to concert ticket purchases. Student Sen. Sue Cline pointed out that the Student Senate

Block said this lack of support the increasing prices en- only meets twice more this quarter-and the ASFAC recommendations -
,,proposal to allocate an extra $10,000 for the spring 'tertainers and $5,000 commitment when to the senate need
were asking a to a cultural proposed approval on
quarter budget of the Student
Government, Programs was entertainment series drained SG progra''ns\SII.OOO budgetYWith two consecutive\ readings to pass.
approved by the Activity and Service
(ASFAC Fee Advisory Council the $6.000 left for spring quarter's budget plus the "IF THE! BILL DOESN'T GO to the Senate until next
) Monday and will be
Senate tonight.At recommended to the Student $10,000 allocation if approved Block said he planned to Tuesday it will have to wait until the first senate meeting of
!schedule the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band during Dorm Week. I spring quarter for final reading." Cline said.
an ASFAC
Chairman public hearing yesterday, SG Entertainment IN ADDITION, HE SAID he would like to schedule the By then it will be too late to make committments to entertainers -
Steve Block said lack of
student support of paid first annual spring jazz concert. she said.
situation.programs at UF was partially due to the nation's economic Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman suggested the Sherman said the source of the funding had not been '

motion to allocate the $10,000 be studied further and explored to his satisfaction. He said he thought ASFAC

needed to look internally within the SG budget at other.
possible sources.
ONE SOURCE SIIERMAN MENTIONED was the SG

Student Government fills Special Requests fund.
postsBy Cline said, "I 1 see no way to get more than $3.000 from the
Special Requests fund and 1 know of no other sources within
SG where we can get 10000."
TilE SPLIT was made in accordance with a state law which Four members of ASFAC voted to recommend the fundingto
I I, Alligator Staff Writer prohibits charging admission to an event sponsored with state the Senate tonight. Sherman abstained.IN .

; funds. ,OTHER ACTION, ASFAC answered several questions
Craig Maurer was named Student Government Productions SG Productions promotes 'SG-sponsored events to which from four students who attended the meeting.
Chairman and Ron Condon was approved as SG Programs admission is charged and SG Programs! handles free events. Questions centered on next year's budget recommendationswhich
Chairman by the SG Executive Committee Monday. The committee also interviewed Accent Speakers Chairman AFSAC will submit to the senate. '
Maurer and Condon were chosen from ten applicants to fill Steve Wiener and Accent Vice-Chairman Craig Sikes for the Sherman explained the larger request by Student, Health

the posts, for one-year terms beginning spring quarter. post of Accent chairman.No Services as being due to an overrun of estimated building
THE TWO MEN were approved by a 3-1 1 vote, with vote was taken to select an Accent chairman because costs on an addition to the infirmary.
President Pro Tern of the student senate Dave Cardwell Sherman and Cardwell had other appointments leaving the The original estimate 104000. has been exceeded by
Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman and Accent Chairman committee without a' quorum. 95000.
Johnny Fuller assenting. Student Body President Steve
Merryday cast the only dissenting vote.
Maurer and Condon are the first appointees to chair SG

Productions and SG Programs as separate organizations.The U' ;.".....\, ,Ii.' > ; Ji_. '..,[' _1ij :JJJ _t 1:1:
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two committees were previously part of SG Productions ,;f ; :'f!.: :w.5.. ; : I <7t !j1
chaired by Steve Block who now oversees the activitiesof
both as SG Entertainment Chairman.



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UF debating team won its first state championship in Ld ? Weekly Close > ,
50 years this weekend beating Stetson University in the junior :
varsity division. 'XJ ,

The Florida Intercollegiate Forensic Association State .
2 i r-J ,
Tournament was held at Florida Junior College in t ,',
Jacksonville on Feb. 2123. The UF junior varsity team 650 '
composed of Rick Mullaney and Juan Jimenez, worked its
way through 18 competing teams up to the finals and then : : :

won against Stetson to become state champions for 1975. .
Five judges are used in deciding the final winner and the
vote was 3-2 in favor of UF.

Each team is given a topic for debate and told to take either L .Y
the pro or con side. The topic argued by the UF team was
"Resolved: that the president's powers over the budget should
be reduced."

: The UF club has been in existence since 1925 and this year

was the first time that they have won the state tournament. ., '
3d'g e A i
,: The club is hosting the Gator invitational debate next
weekend, which will involve 50 teams from all over the
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photo by chip hires
Union.
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f By RICHARD BURKHOLDER investors' had previously allowed for today's bad financialnews I heretoi'e. he continued, there is a wide variation in the
,i ,t" Alligator Staff Writer in earlier investment decisions. performances of and outlooks for North American companies
". Rand Edelstein manager! of the Gainesville branch of the registered on the stock market "big boards."
i
Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith investment firm said At any rate. Richardson added until we adequately solve

s In ,the midst of the ,continuing clamor of bad economic that "the basic thing that is causing! investors to come back the energy problem none of the other shortcomings of the
news there has quietly appeared a rising! stockmarket.For into the market is the drop in interest rates from over 12 per economy can completely be alleviated.
'the last two months the market long considered a cent to below 83/i per cent." THOSE WHO WISH to take advantage of the healthy
leading business activity indicator has been registering! When interest rates come down added James G. market at present are well-advised to purchase "nice,',safe
substantial gains.BRIEFLY Richardson UF associate professor of finance and Alachua blue-chip issues" (shares of big established-firms such as

it has soared up about'200 points since its last County commissioner "common stocks become more Xerox or IBM), said Goddard..
low near 550 in earl)', December, iompetiti\e" banks! and reaf ,estate for the investment Elmo Jackson UF professor of economics, said American
Frederick O. Goddard. UF associate professor of dollar. 'Stock Exchange issues-as opposed to more well-known Dow
economics said that the market ,i is anticipating business EDELSTEIN SAID the present volume of buying and' Jones Exchange Stocks-were the best buy for the small
recovery within the next 12.months and. that those most trading reflects the interest ot the small investor whose active investor interested in putting together a financial portfolio.
actively engaged in the present ,market'' are with "absolute presence is "an indication of future business expansion." "Right now many American Exchange ,issues are selling for
certainty:' looking for "a pulling out of the current economic Which means essentially! a projected decrease in the rate SI and $2 and $3 apiece:'-an easily affordable price for the

recession., of unempknment. small individual speculator, he added.
Tbustheresillprobably"bean effect expectations" which Richardson. howe\er. cautioned that the market could Duston Wolters spokesman for.the Gainesville based First

will perhaps "make people feel better about the,conomy and easily go back down again) to te-join the rest of the sluggish Florida Equity Corp., suggested that the average investor
the future." said Jack Vernon. UF professor economics.. c onom\''. should "stick with his own,instincts and strengths in regard towhere
INDEED, LATELY WE'VE HAD such an abundance of "WE STILL HAVE an uneven outlook l various sectorsof his talents lie."
dismal economic news. said 'James,R. Dam. UF economics the economy." he said. "with as example, a current 1 In his experience he added "only one out of about every 50

professor,.that there,is 'no.more.surprise left especial! since demand in coal-long considered one of of sick industries." 'hot tips' works out" to.the. .investor's financial' advantage.



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B :, i Arizona surpasses. Florida as top- growth state I IBy


'
DEBBIE ERICKSON an average of 4.58 per cent." Lewis said.! change the statistics." he said. "The average weekly net migration for the
Alligator Sfcff Writer These figures are not exact but are merely Ninety-one per cent of Florida's population period. from 1970 to 1974 was 6.000 persons.
Honda is no longer ,the fastest growingstate averages for a specific length of time he said. increase is attributable to net migration."Net "Natural increase which is the number of
in the nation.A CitrusCounty is the fastest growing countyin migration is when more people move births minus deaths, was only 579 for that
"
United States Bureau of Census survey Florida,with a 17.6 per cent annual growth in than out of the state. same period of time Lewis said.to .
!showed Arizona is the fastest growing state.
rate.FLORIDA'S
OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS, Arizona LARGEST COUNTIES \
had a 21.9 per cent growth rate. showed the l lowest growth rate. Senate scans revisionsBy I
"Florida still has an extremely high growthrate "DadeCounty which includes Miami, only
," said Bart Lewis, statistician in the UF showed a 2.7 per cent increase. DuvalCounty, .
.
.
.. resign their positions.The
Bureau of Economic and Business Research. which includes Jacksonville, only showed a LESLIE GOLAY
assistant treasurer would take the
The UF research bureau,which estimates 1.85 per cent annual increase" Lewis said. Alligator Staff Writer
of the treasurer if he decided to run for
Florida's growth rate annually estimated the "It's hard to predict the slowest growing place
office and had to
another resign and the
growth rate from April 1 1.1970 to July I 1,1974 county" he said. The Student Government Impeachment
as 5.05 per cent."ALACHUA "SOME OF FLORIDA'S COUNTIES are Procedure Act and a revised Resign'to Run deputy chief justice of the traffic court would
COUNTY'S YEARLY so low in population, a couple of people Law will come up before the Student Senate replace the traffic court chief justice.
growth rate was slightly. below the state's with moving across county lines could drastically Tuesday night for first reading. UNDER CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS,
The SG Impeachment Procedure Act the senate is scheduled to consider ap-
would set up a method by which SG officers propriating $2,972.51 for construction of the
may be impeached and removed from office. Vita Parcours Fitness Park a two-mile
UNDER TilE SG Impeachment Procedure running rack with exercise stations along the
Telephone lists Act three fourths of the Student Senate route.The bill is being considered for its final
survey would consider an impeachment resolutionand reading. .
with three quarters approval by the A request to transfer $23,881.48 from the
senate then the official shall be impeached. Activity and Service Fee Reserve Account to
priorities for cutbacksUF The Honor Court would sit as a court the Career Planning and Placement Center
during impeachment hearings.The will come up for its last and final reading.A .
resign to run bill would create assistant bill to change the membership on the
(faculty and !students agree ad- The'survey showed half the faculty in favorof positions to student body treasurer and chief Police Liaison Committee to include two
ministration and administrator's expenses collective bargaining and 20 per cent justice of the traffic court, to provide students not affiliated with SG will also come
!should be the first of five options to bear opposed,with a similar result amongstudents. replacements for the two officers if they had up for its last and final reading.The .
budget cutbacks, according to a telephone Forty-one per cent of the graduate students
!survey taken by a" UF statistics class polled rated Student Government's performance -
The order of priorities for cutting university as poor, compared to 28 per cent of Award still mystery as prof waits I
i expenditures was: athletic expenses; heating, the undergraduates. About half the students
/ air conditioning and lighting; maintenance rated SG as average, or had no opinion. UF professor Howard Odum and his letter congratulated the Odums, as did
expenses! ; instructors' expenses. The survey While more faculty and graduate students brother Eugene still don't know how they won two previous telegrams, and invited the two
!showed strong opposition to reducing the favor special efforts to attract women and 62000. /men to attend an expense-paid ceremony in
final option, library expenses. minority groups for jobs than oppose it, the A letter from the Paris Institute of Life June honoring them.
THE STA 420 CLASStaught by instructor opposite is true for undergraduates. The which was received on Feb. 17 was supposedto The UF professor said he believes they won
Mark Yang surveyed 109 faculty members, figures show 63 per cent of the faculty and 54 yield information about the award, but it the award for their "life work" in con
t 95 graduate students and 216 undergraduate per cent of graduate students favor it, but didn't help much because the .informationwas tributions to the environment, including the
!students during the third week in January. only 42 per cent of the students approved. omitted study of the energy of ecological systems.

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{ Those hooked up to our Cable TV system illegally could wind up In
'a lot of trouble. -

First of all, they'll be found. A special security team is now doing a

cable-by-cable pole-by-pole, box-by-box check of the entire cable
system.

Second, Florida has one of the toughest laws In the country

I regarding unauthorized connections to cable systems-..Florida
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Use your college degree In a cr.otiv.. meaningful way A year in VISTA or 2 y orlfn Peace students in the College of Arts and Sciences
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D-I.n' counselor, he can," Stryker said.
The pilot self-registration began
luuheftlcftiih UTien the program
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Your visement.The all UF colleges has been proposed to the
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Symbol Of :Success. computer UF Registrar Louis Voyles said. impossible Voyles said.
THE REQUIREMENTS FOR graduation Voyles said the major cost involved is not in
are put into the computer by programmersfrom computer time but in clerical expenses.
arts and sciences, Voyles said. Every time a student's records are revised
Your Class Ring The student's academic record is matched such: as when a grade is changed, the information
with degree requirements to produce the must be put into the computer. A
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Poge,Independent Florida Alligator Tuesday, February' 25, 1975


EDITORIAL]

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very important question died with a silent
shrug last week at the Council of Presidents

meeting. With state universities staggering under 11ay

rising costs, increasing deficits and orders to cut

spending, students can plan on a tuition hike in

the near future. .
The question is, "How do you charge the
students more when you offer them less?" When

university presidents asked State University

Chancellor Robert Mautz last week, he had no ..f.... ...

answer. .
The State University System has been the targetof

massive budget cuts mandated by Gov. Reubin

Askew which, when approved by the legislature,
will result in less faculty, larger classes,

elimination of new projects and a freeze on 1

expansion of learning resources.A .
tuition hike is one of three possibilities

proposed by regent Marshall Harris as a way to haul

meet future cuts. Larger classes and fewer course

offerings, and fewer students, are the other
alternatives.

Florida's When system these of dire higher solutions education for are salvaging decidedby No way to run a flagshipSeveral

the regents, the only input students will have is

through comments of student body presidents people have asked me "Why is The Alligator goingto
interjected at the close of every regents meeting.But court over this Honor Court thing?" and I think it's time GARY BALANOFF
is this "input" representative of SUS for a.reporter's response.
WE KEEP the for STAFF WRITINGSthe
hearing same excuses keeping the
students-and is it enough?
hearings secret. "What if it was you? Would you want your
We say no. Not when students currently finance name spread all over the paper? Would you want to have your UP College of Business Administration is riddled with
about 22 per cent of the SUS budget and soon may cheating publicized?" cheating and corruption? Maybe the whole case is being
'required to fund 30 per cent. Of course I wouldn't. But I don't buy the ccmmon line that overplayed. We doubt it. but it is possible.
And not when the regents continue to cut the "everybody cheats." Everybody doesn't cheat.If BUT IIOW ARE we to know anything if we are kept from
I couldn't resist the act of cheating the fact that the trial secret hearings? More importantly how are you to know
SUS budget by cutting the quality of education,
would be conducted in the open might provide some deterrentto anything?
and propose to increase tuition while increasing committing the crime in the first place.IF Cheating is something that directly or indirectly affects
class size. I CHEATED,and thereby ran the risk of getting caught. every student on this campus. It can hurt the reputation of the
When this occurs, the output of student "input"is I would feel I deserved to have my name put in the paper. entire University, and certainly damage the college in which it
undeniably zero. Aren't court cases public? Every week the Gainesville Sun is perpetrated.
The best solution to increasing student input runs a list of people convicted of everything from traffic More than anything else right now. (UF needs money. Who
violations to public drunkenness.Are gives( us the money the state legislature. Obviously a
we've heard so far is appointing student regents students convicted of cheating somehow intrinsicallybetter cheating scandal will not precipitate an overwhelming flow of
with the power not only to comment, but to vote: than those who run a traffic light or imbibe one too funds to the University. But if the Honor Court could weed
We consider this proposal equitable when many at their local tavern? Do they deserve to have.their out the guilty parties and mete out some justice in open
students will be footing about a third of the SUS offenses covered up? I think not. Neither does TheAlligator, sessions,'perhaps the legislature would look more favorablyon
bill while suffering the consequences of budget, the Sun or Judy Collins. the University as a whole. :
CERTAINLY THE legislators can't I look favorably on a
cuts.
University which may be in violation of the. "Government-in-
Sen. Jack Gordon D-Miami, and Rep. Bill OPINIONAS the-Sunshine Law."

Nelson D-Melbourne, have filed bills in the Nor will private contributors flock to hand out money to a
a ,Senate and House to appoint students to the school f with a reputation of cheating and then covering it up.
Board ,of Regents. ALLIGATOR statT'writers we are not out to "get" But ',the administrators continue to., play their game of
people. Instead we try to report the news as factually as '"protecting' the students' rights." .' .
Gordon revived his three
proposal to '
put possible. To report the news we must be able to have access to Whose"'rights are being protected? -They certainly aren't
students, appointed by the governor, on the board. it. The UF administration and the Honor Court are blockingour protecting the rights of the innocent students or those whogot
The same bill died last year on the Senate floor. way just as they are blocking your way to understandingthe low grades because their classmates :cheated to receive
Nelson's bill is a moderate proposal for one facts. higher scores. .
They are taking away your right to hear what is happening NO'THE STUDENTS' rights which
student appointed to the board for a one-year are being protectedare
in the building you and your parents pay for (the Reitz the rights of the cheaters. ,
term, with the student selected from a different Union), in Honor Court that for (
an you pay through student So what can the honest student do? Nothing, at least until
state university each year. activity fees), about people you have a direct interest in (the the administration brings the justice system out of the backroom
With the reception Gordon's bill met last year, students of UF). and into the sunshine.
we hope the double-barrelled shotgun approachwill What could be more correct than wanting to know whether Closed hearings are no way to run a flagship. '

be more successful in wedding students to the _
Board of Regents.

We support ordon and Nelson and expect our The Independent '. David Smith Terri,Wood
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'state Sen. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKayand .EdItor.In-chief Managing Editor

, Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrews to fight for Florida Alligatorm'lCCCW '

'student regents in our behalf.
We student Steve all ; David '
urge our body president >KUln Donna Brugman Brian Jones
Merryday take a few minutes at the end of the next News Editor layout editor layovt Editor
meeting to vbice our dissatisfaction with the
regent
R A"Tony"K.ndzior.lls .... ......... ... ..! '.'.. ... .. ........... .i General Manager
present system of "representation, and demand James V.Cook ... ... .... .... .... ................,.. ....Assistant General Manager Published by
I not only "input" but impact-students with voting Mrs.. Evelyn Best .... ... ... .. ...... ........... ..... .... ....AdinlnlstroUve. !' Assistant
on the board. Anne Molphurs ... .. ..... ... ........ .;.... ........... ...:.?.... ../.Bookkeeper Campus Communications. Inc.
I power C. Roy Shipp .. ...... ... .... .'......,., '....... .. ..... ...,.......Business Manager
.' And, for Chancellor Mautz and the .,emr .Tom MacNamoro .. .i. ,.ilt../>{ i.j*..v.. .<..,..... .. : .Accountant P.O. Box 13266 University ,
barrassing 'question. ;"How do you charge the Ra eei.Jr..r..A-/ferr.. /! ;, ,...-......?h'.W.., : '.f.o ...., '10;..Advising Manager Station. Gainesville, Florida with
students more when offer them less?,", the Donna Lubrano..r J.... ....: ;:; .. ...... ...... ..... ...Advertising; Coordinator :offices behind the College Inn,
{ you Aeey Harper..... .... ? .... ...... ....t,'.,, .. .... ,......Special Sections Coordinator 1728 West University ,Avenue.
only equitable solution we see is to put students on Lynda Homier....... .,..... ,.... ... .... ,. ... .... Advertising Production Manager Business Office phone: 376-4446
the board which proposes tuition hikes, and place Diana Snyder.. ... ....... ... ..,. ... .......,....... .. .Editorial Production Manager Editorial Deportment: 376-4458,
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a few basic facts of life I


EDITOR This I letter is directed to Robin "
me. "Does
she "
; or doesn't !she? ( !
Herbert and hope so ); mode. it curve spines and
may your
Audrey
Browne, Mickey "Show us lark!" warp your
jour : "If I
Coufiherty and their February 20th letter to hands on a Toyota!" The could just get' my My !suggestion to you. Robin Browne. minds. Pick up a copy of Boy's Life or Good
The Alligator requesting that The Alligatorno For .heavens list is never-ending. Audrey Hubert and Mickey Dougherty is that Housekeeping. It might be healthier for you.
longer allow "male chauvinistic" sexisms. NoxzemaorDodge sake, do' you think, that you take a realisticiew of the situation and Oh. and by the way. have you had a "piece"
the publication.IT voluptuous blondeon that in the future, if you are deeply offendedby lately?
penetrate the tube because
to they couldn't find
IS obvious that they (as did probably else for the job?! Hell anyone such "male chauvinistic" sexual overtones
no
They want to sell inThe Alligator, that not Richard Mufson
thousands of other readers) caught you expose your
!
you something This "
Leonardo's Feb. 13th advertisement (had a LIKEWISE, The Alligator leads to and my next Leonardo'salso point. virgin minds to the evil publication. After all. 4 AS1'f'

piece lately?) and were overwhelmingly offended have something to sell. Thousands of
(enough to waste time writing( a letter) !students read The Alligator each day I
by !such a rare display of sexually suggestive for the low price of zero dollars and r.r
advertising. It is also evident that the pristine /ero cents. The
huh
price is right ? Who do
.
threesome need to crawl out of their shells you think pays for this? What keeps a ,f
and open their eyes to a few facts of life. newspaper !such as this alive? The Great" Bird : k kt
First, we live in a sex-oriented society. Sexis of Paradise? No. The Krishnas on the Plaza?
unquestionably a beautiful and natural act No. Janis Mara? Heavens no! Appledorf?
of all animals on this earth. The difference Wrong again. Advertising supports The
between humans and lower forms is that we Alligator, along with the many students who r
tend to think about it more. respond to it.

Signiund Freud believed that much of our We must also realize one thing. We live in a
lives revolves around the omnipotent phallic risk-benefit !society. This is to say that
symbol. In other words, sexual overtones are Leonardo's is trying to sell you a pizza. If one
ubiquitous. Only a hermit can avoid them. day they come to the realization that their u
THEY APPEAR in our daily thought current mode of advertising! offends the
processes (conscious and subconsious), in the masses (which I seriously doubt) and is,
"
tOed we eat (e.g., hot dogs, bananas, destroying their pizza sales considerably, they
grapefruits, shishkabob, etc.). on Johnny will alter that mode.
Carson's Tonight Show, and is ever present in BY SIMILAR LOGIC, if The Alligatorcomes
the world of advertising.' to the realization that their current
Numerous sexual overtones appear in mode of advertising offends the masses to the
advertising whether we stop to realize it or point that students no longer read the

not. ,For example:' "Take it oft, take it all I publication, thereby lowering their advertising TOfgjSa no ROCM w ain BWI/'
off l"! ; Doral cigarettes "Taste me, taste sales, they will also change that

ADVICE & DISSENT



I Do we need a

EDITOR: On February university. definitely use the additional EDITOR There is In the meantime we can but it is too much for one
17, a front page article ap- I agree that there may exist help for the many projectsthat currently a controversy over reduce litter and the pile up of person to handle alone. I
peared in The Alligator differences between the long we have planned, as wellas the proposed banning of non- garbage by recycling. would suggest that interested
concerning the validation of term goals( of PIRG and the future projects that peopleare returnable bottles and cans to Although on this campus 'we people form groups in their
the Public Interest Research Department of Consumer willing to work on.Mark. reduce litter. I believe that have a site to take glass, dormitories or apartment
Group (PIRG) as a student Affairs. However the main this would be an excellent law aluminum and paper for buildings to collect and
funded consumer group on difference now is the need for Stern but I don't think we should recycling many people don't recycle these items. I will be
the University of Florida funding; (money for office Undersecretary of Consumer just sit back and wait for it to bother to recycle, they just glad to help anyone organizesuch
campus.I staff and supplies, telephone, Affairs. be passed. toss these items in the trash. a group. You can take
I would like to point out to office space which the We're all for "saving the the items you collect to the
PIRG as well as to other Department already has. earth" but 'how many of us back of the commuter lot
!students that the most active I feel that the need for are willing to make a little behind Hume Hall.Christine.
branch of Student Govern- student activity in the area of The Independent extra effort to help?
mcnt this year has been the consumer affairs is an integral I have started a collectionof Schrader
Department of Consumer one for this university, Florida AlligatorDoug these items in Hume Hall 2UC

Affairs, headed ,by Dan but I fail to see the necessity
Lobeck. (Projects Include creating a new organizationwhen Dial Ron Cunningham We need
Bike Banks. Student Better an effective one already Entertainment Editor Associate Editor more courtsEDITOR II

Business Bureau Consumer exists.
Kochani.c Jr.
Guide, as well as many ,I suggest that these 114 George : Myself and until 6:00 pm and upon their ,
others.) This group is student volunteers mentioned in the Photo Editor many other individuals were arrival refused to allow games 'a

funded and presumably article contact either Dan Greg Forrar Mind! Kwmon recently ousted from the in progress to be completed.

already validated, as a Lobeck, Secretary of, Con ,Sport Editor AMI. Nw Editor University hand- So. why did they reserve the
legitimate representative of sumer Affairs at 3921665. or ba'hracketball! courts so that l'Ourtsfor, an hour and a half
students-consumers of this myself at 3735654. We can the Fraternity League In- before they intended to use
tramurals could be played. them?
The notices posted regardingthis Inquiries directed to the
I Fear and loathing in UCThe tournament stated an Intramural Department have
ambiguous "Most Courts resulted in a myriad of
Reserved. ." (underliningtheirs conflicting responses

University college professor sat in his office pale and TOM SHRODEI ). Independent playerswere regarding the procedures for
!shaken. He had just heard his job would be endangered if he referred to the In- reserving courts for play who
continued to criticize the UC administration. The source of dean. He did not appoint him nor' did he preside over the tramural Department Sports may reserve them and how
the threat was rumored to be Bob Burton Brown. UC dean. major controversies at UC. Manager supposedly "on the many are to remain, open. It
ALTHOUGH THE threat was vague and third or fourth The nature of the committee and the apparent courts. to find out which appears that there is far more
hand there was no doubt the professor believed it to be true."They're thoroughness of the evaluation leave little doubt that the final courts were to remain open.In demand for courts than
very clever" he said. "You can never prove ,judgment was'the only interpretation that fit the facts. actuality all courts had courts available, which may
Unfortunately the committee's evaluation still leaves the been scheduled for fraternity be some justification ,for such
amthiny hut make the
they
:sure message.
Another professor said he was you get personally convinced Brownwas professor pale and shaken in his office. It does not convincethe play on this particular inconsistent attempts to

using his power as an administrator to punish those who man who believes honest dissent will prejudice his chances evening. Did the fraternity regulate their use. _
disagreed) with him. He said he has spent hours pouring lor professional advancement. Nor does it alter the unhealthy 1 players offer to relinquishtheir 1 suggest that ideally the
through UC records but could no discrimination. atmosphere in Little Hall. the stifling( aura of fear 'and reservations on a few of University should respond to
Still his conviction remained prove unchanged.Last dissatisfaction of a significant part of UC faculty. Even if the courts? Of course not: this demand by building more
: Brown has scrupulously abided by the UF constitution infused this was the fault of the Intramural vourts. Of course: this
week an evaluation consisting of two university
team
presidents-and reviewed the UC with quality scholarship, intellectual vitality and Department, they solution would take a periodof
a professor
nationally prominent voice for the lower division college in Tigert time before it relieves the
Problem gained a.stronger
read
in UC. They spoke with his critics a survey said.So.
I indicating dissatisfied with Hall that is not enough. who loses in this problem. In the meantime I
his administration a majority of Brown's faculty were of UC recordsand Now that an outside evaluation has given Brown and UC a situation? Not the Intramural suggest that Dr. Varnes and
history. and waded through piles lean bill of health. his obligation( is clear. Brown must prove Department and certainlynot the Intramural Departmentget
'
-
.
.
THEIR ? 0 UF President to his faculty what he proved to the committee< nli'at; hiS only! the ''fraternities.' together'' 'and, take a
Robert JUDGMENT, as. announced by1 ommendedand bias is the welfare fhis college, faculty and students.If In addition, the notice realistic::look,at,, the--,.situation':
be \
WMarston. should
: that' Brown Brow does not make every effort at every opportunity' toprove stated that the courts were to before making policies that
endorsed" by the:UF administration.All his good will, the situation in UC can not be expected toimprove. he reserved from 4:30pm: until are prejudicial, impracticaland
the
three No tn l
one
educators.
are
nationally prominent 9:00pm: on certain given unrealistic: to enforce.
valuation committee can afford to risk his reputation to SI1'ethe A written report and a public announcement can not erase dates. The fraternity playersdid
career of an obscure Southeastern dean. of uncertainty: and misunderstanding. not appear on the courts Dee HerringtonTh.
six i
Nor UC years
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clockwise: climbers to go after, as this victorious competitor
A holiday pig gets slapped with grease in demonstrates with. prize'in hand. Which way to the

preparation for a slippery chase; Potomac? .. '
A fireman, swinging in the breeze looks like And finally, what would George's birthday be ,

he's had his cherry tree chopped from under him without oratory from former congressman Billie ., ,' .
but actually he's just demonstrating fire fighting Matthews extolling our first president's virtues, : ':"' ,i; : .

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m.91 cartridge,cueing, only 12 months. invested. 3 old. to laundry. $58i uti I. IM thru ,
mo selling
buylorger
old, $100 but will call Glenn 378-1809 tank. The best of everything asking (June 15. call 377-8016. (b-St-88-p) PARTS.377.6901riL

(A-ST-8$P) $130 call 378-5917 after 5. (o-3t-89-p) Sublet 2 br apt furnished, all electric,

Hewlett packard HP80 like new complete pool AC laundry facilities, close to -
with cases and charger $300 call 69 Firebird air con power steering + campus $150. mo. married couple only.
N W. IbM STREET end ', 4'' 373- .66 8-5 weekdays only (o-4t-86-p) brakes auto trans new exhaust system call 378-4386 b-2t-88-p)
brakes corb starter sell or trade for
n..oln.v.RO 7:00: 9:30e ,
sanyo 8 track cor".r.o" channel matrix call 372.1008 Beautiful 3 BR unfurnished optto
motorcycle (o-5l-89-p)
has many features $50. ask for rob 376- sublease starting 3.1.75 call 377-5747
0358 (o-5t-B6-p) ofler 5:30.: (b-St-88-p)

71 cougar bronze with whit. interior oc. FOR RENTfemale Serious student to share sm. 2 bdrm.

power-steering' FMstereo' tape many house $42.50 mo. + utilities call Steve
THHK
i good features 378-7854 (joy (o-4t-B6-p) own room 2-br dupl.,'unfurn. after 5 pm 372-3789 (b-5t-88-p) SERVICE-377-0722 -

[ central heot-oc. pets allowed nice, Sublet large 2 br 1 both unfurn. opt. 2
\ For sale Mobile Home 8' x 35' Excellent loAM. 6 f'M
condition Call after 3 at 373-0048 ((0- quiet; privacy see (Julie, 2120 e. univ. miles from campus SW$205 Mo.All x-tra
5t-87-p) pm ove no. 4 after 6:00: (5l-89-p) facilities included call after 6:00: 377- 7 DAYS A WEEK

roommate needed 6318 (b-5t-88-p)
georgetown apts.No.
73 Honda ''350 new set of hookerheaders
.71 $85 plusi utl., own room pool air 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.
excellent con. $750.00 or be.toHer
Houses
walk or bike, to Please contact
campus.
Mike 373-0924 (o-5t-87-p) 1. $90 Cottage on lake 377-4992
win 378-2994 (b-3t-89-p)
f Minolta Celtic 135 mm F 3.5 tense. Never 2. 2 bdr $125 NW Sect. 377-6992
used.Still In the box. Sells for$160 new. Need to sublet 2 bedrooms of a 3 3. 3 bdr $155 Walk to campus 377-6992
'l\ bedroom townhouse In The Pines Rent 4. 24 3 miles U of F 377-6992
Only $90 377-7334 (o-5t-87-p) acres to Jobs For
V will be only $60 o month call 373-2670
QUAD Speaker System 4-16 ohmn (b-lt-89-p) '
Panasonic Speakers for $80 or $25 a Apts.
own room in comfortable oak forest 1. $85 Util) Paid 377-6992
.J piece Buy 2 and change that Stereo to SummerLook
town house. $86. mo + Vt util. easy bikeor 2. $70 Walk to Campus 377-6992
quod AllAN 377-7011 (o-4t-87-p' )
bus to UF call chuck or bill 373-1617 3. 2 bdr $90 Save II 377-tJ992
FREE CHRISTIAN claricon 80 watt receiver and lab-24 (b-Sl-89-p' ) 4. 5 acres. Pool-2 bdr. 377-6992
turntable exel. cond. 270 new, asking AVail.for Spring Qtr.
165 or best offer oudiovox FM tuner for female roommate needed own room Ull.
1. $75 Efficiency 377-6992
pd.
,. By: James car 8 track $25 call fred 377-8776 ,(o-5t- "havlian village" $62.50 mth plus 1-3 2. 2 bdr Walk to campus 377-6992 '
utilities call after. 376-1467 (B-8t-86-p)
87-p) 3. 3 bdr $170 No lease or deposit 377-

'Jf February 25 : Raleigh Competition 10 spd with extras $95 sublet utilities electric Included air 6992 PromisingInformed
$300 Tom 392-9501 (o-3t-87-p) and heat on.room share bath,frig, hot 4. $85 Moble home 377-6992
.
bicycle schwinn varsity 10-speed plate 3 blocks off"campus quiet
Rm. 346 showroom>condition brand new, excellent responsible male grod student desired. United' Real Estate sources report that
Available Coll 373-3627 113 NE 16th Ave
condition must sell, immediately.
save for
all'I between 8-12 PM (b-5t-89-p) Open 9AM to 8 PM 377-6992 summer job opportunities
yourself $30 off retail' call 378-5776 ((0' college students "look good" this
51-86-p, ) your own private bdrm at the Place Aptt
completely furnished. Call Luis at 373- year National Parks, Dude
At'1dythorS For sale MMmollo SSR-I 35 mm camera 6658 or come by to opt 120 after 4p.m. AecaCMN wlnj' Ranches Guest Resorts Private
and lesn. $100 or best offer call Wayne T-85-P
( : ) Camps and other tourist areas
"Utterly 377-8845 ((0.3t-89-p)
Private' bedroom, Windmeodows lux.Apts. 1 thVoughout the nation are now
hilarious." loaded 1973 Dodge lake sport auto. A.C.and 6 small cycl. private both $99-mo-t-1-3util. .. 1011 H.:W. '3$3Ji /. seeking student applications.

-1..lad cash difference over 378-5028 payments alice sun man furnished, cable TV. ., 2712 SW 34th St. 1/w/ Y roocucnars'
SlMlHlttf 373-3558 or 377-8440 (18. TP) i
wed eve 392.3081 excellent cond. Summer job placement coordinators
Iwnmtt / 19.000 miles (o-St-89-p) wanted 2 female roommates to sublet
luxurious 2 bedroom 2 bath apt to share at Opportunity Research
1971 Chev Nova green 41,000 v. good with 2 girls rent 62.25 plus util country [ Wi (SAP)report that despite national
condition no air power brakes,am radio ojojllDJtcdnfaolor
gardens call 372-0177 (b-5t-86-p) ..I economics tourist areas are
power steering gas saver) Call between
8-12 pm. 373-3627 (o.5l-89-p) Male Roommate Wonted Approx.$25.00 -' [ce! <- looking for a record season. Polls

@..__.,,- A Film by PAIX MO weekly plus '/ utilities -- many extras. 7O0\ : indicate that people may not go
A Pentax Spotmatic with a Takumar F- Call 377-5043. (b-St-86-p) : 930Reckls :
.1.1 4 50 mm, a Takumar f3.5 28 mm, ando ., for the big purchases such as new
.
...
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C:
sublet 1 bdrm In 2 bdrm furn duplex w''
Saligar f-3.5 80-200 mm. Best offer. cars new homes furniture or
e reat 77.50 month 6 blks
to available
campus
Call 8900od5l88-p( ) appliances. but most appear to be
immediately rest of Feb free call.378- .2
Cannon 135 mm f.5 lens W-lens hood 7547 keep trying (b-5t-86-p) 101 N. W. tJN planning for a big vacation.
233WUn.vAve. and cost, year old good condition. $80or
Best offer Ca'i 392.7318 (o-St-88-p) BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGE
unlvox electric mint condition Now Is the time to start looking for that : 9:15: A free booklet on student job
piano
-: ,.,< \\ I // $360 call after 4:00 378-9779 (a-St-88.p) ideal home for spring or fall qtrWe' assistance may be obtained by
:
:-
: have many listings avail for then a
Fender (jazz boa natural finish with small deposit can hold it for you. Call sending a self-addressed stamped
maple neck perfect condition $235, call today 377-tJ99 J envelope to Opportunity Research

Renaissance ken ot 392-6845 (o-5t-88-p) Dept. SJO. SS Flathead Dr.,
female roomate for spring qtr own bdrm -EM.
otters New SAE Mark XI Speakers,with new 5- furn. pool Georgetown $68 mo. -f13 Kalispell, MT 59901. Student job

yr. factory warranty in your name, $450 utl. no lease or dep. 10 min. bike to 1s seekers are urged to apply early!
OFFSET list Call 378-9994 Pc -Q.
\ FAST pair ( $600)) Wiley ((0. campus call Diane 378-5515 (B-5T-85-P) .I > ,
ready 3t-88-p)
{ trom any.camera- $70 per month No lease $25. deposit 3
1973 mobile 12x50 central heat i air 2
blocks from campus on 2nd Ave.
bedrooms fully furnished $1200 &
[r 200 monthly 75.77 equity make clean rooms with porch S "
assume note or
equipped kitchen. Better hurry on "HIGH PLAINS DRI I ER
offer must sell call 3732064 (A-7T-85-P) COZY'I
United Estate
$ one. ((2191)) Real"
,
for only' 113 NE 16th Ave Open 9 am to 8 pm

I 6992, (b-fr-87-pJ) ,_ CLINT EASTWOOD

or 1000 Sublet Ig 1 bedroom apt. unfurnished
available late March thru June $165

for $ Beef 'n Cheese !call math 373-2806 includes after AC good 6 pm.view(b-5t-89-p high rise) FREE

service on female Roommate' Wanted' "Hawaiian
from
day
Same tow 1 Arby's'I Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 bth, a-c heat, pool
Copies as etc. $61.25 a mo. + '. util. call 373-9767 TONITE 9 & 11
\ makes after 4 p.m. Avoilobl. Mar. 1 (b-IOt-89.

4 1632 WIn U ; Pl)

February sublet large one br. unf apartment
RenaISsance
the University Gardens $143 per month
1 available March 1 call anytime 378-5466 at the RAT

special. (b-3t-89-p)) _

sublet ',oom la moncha opts $90 per
t month pool oc furnished carpets ph 373-
.
,
f ,
I" II "I. '. ; ; I
6474 Jerry available March 1 (b-5l-89-p' )

WANT TO MOVtr1 Iu ; ,

If you desire to move from your present
location we con rent,sublet it or find you
o roommate immediately at NO COST.

Call today 233 W, Uni. Ave.
United Real Estate Aisoc. Inc. 377.3013

Cinema 1&2 113_NE 16th Ave 377.6992 Lb( fr-,S5.-)). PRESENTS

p Q sublet large :2 I bdrm-1 bath, opt completely

7:309130 furnished, close to campus for elfJSa )1anjijierSPECIAL
more info toll Candy 373-1610 (B-5T-85- .

American Rim Theatre'sTHE P) ,

liberal roommate wonted own room in GUEST

very nice, 3 br. house blocks to campus,
$67 a mo. + 1-3 will grod or senior STANKY BROWN'S GROUP
t' preferred call 372-1131 (b3t87.p) -
MAIDS
OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE $80t- '/.

utilities, Village Apts townhouse, furbished t 'f ..: March
1 1-
1975
; Saturday
/two born call-| Debbie. after six |
;
_
: p.m. :J7J 2:,u'
j: 2:00: & 8:00: P.M. All Seats Reserved
.
FEMALE roommate wonted; $5225 per .8'
tr month I ''< utilities, ; Village, Pork; Apt an p.m.
77; Feb rent free; call 377.8289 or 373- 5400
5750 (B-5T-65-P)
OWN LARGE BEDROOM_In 4-bdrm, :3 I Tickets at: Rebel Discountmoln( ) +} Box Office

both, 3-story Townhouse opt. 3 blk from
campus $110 mo utilities free. Sublet COMING MAR. 8-JIMMIE SPHEERISf HIS BAND

Mar. 1 Coll 378-8098 (b-St,-86-p)



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behind mad 7102 after 6'pm & weekend 1 .'''-1I7-DI NOW OPEN, Specializing in haircutting discounts
LOAN IUT Sfi. center$116 mo prefer grad English year round student air travelinc DIAMONDSWATCH -
or prof student 373-7144 (c-St-88.p) Female' Roomole needed immediately blow waving for the in took 4228 first ave tucker ga :30084(404)( ) REPAIRS
responsible and neat brandwine $68 unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. 934-6660 (m-25l-B8-p)
Univ. Ave 200 W. University( Ave.
377264350t53(| )
mob roorqate to shore turn I bedroom mo. + V4 utilities call 376-2496 after 5 or papers, theses-no project too big-expert 372-4106
apt Olympia opts' 1100 sw 8th' Ave $75 weekends I'e-St-86-p) "Tall"John, who lives in french quarter experienced, published writer, I t
mo. + V* utilities e-air, heat, carpet 2 Wonted: roomate' or roomates shore I would like, to get in touch with you. researcher toll 378-5520 (M-5T-85-P)
THERE'S MOREJ' blocks fr campus call Bob 373-8874 (e-5i- 2 bedroom apt own room ft bathroomor Wendy 373.2243 (|-4t-89-p)
B8.p l) ( shore with a friend) rent $100 (or Quality leatherwork never wears out -
TO SEE WITHCABUTV Female roommate wanted own room In $50)) W uti (or 1.3 ut) call 376-1186 (c-5t- "Woman's lack of progress and it always wears In. At MoSonDu we
( 2 bedroom duplex pets ok, central heat, 86-ntCOLO proficiency has been due to her need of specialize in custom leatherwork HOME HUNTERSWe
air phone 378.8917 (c-4t.68-p) A SILVER Top prices paid for CH. equal education and opportunity. Hod purses, belts, coats, jackets, sandals,
WANTED TO BUY Tenor Guitar Must be rings, old iewelry, etc. confidential ca-i she been allowed this equality, there It travel bags If it can be mode of leather, can help you find a home,
_"""a.i tollo reasonable Most condition. Pale 373-3894 (c-50-53-t) no doubt she would be the counterpart we can make It to suit you. MaSanDu, apartment, mobile home,or
7700 any 378- of man in ability and capacity." Baha'I 1131 W.University Ave open 100m- pm room mat.the easy woyl
| TIT Channels, -A weetner anytime (c.5t.89-p) Helpl Female roommate needed Writings (-H-69-c| ) Monday thru Saturday, by appointment
channel UPI New New York Female roommate wanted) Gatorwood urgently $60 + '/. utilities Gatorwood Sundays t evenings, 3737470. (|-sp74t
Stock Excnangt.2 FM stations on opt. shore 2 bedroom 2 bath $60 call close to campus no deposits toll One y_'down eternity to got I'll ) OUR FEE is REFUNDABLE
CIIIIIM'' and'FM and 4 AM Now 377-7914 marlene 373-3735 at alll c-5t-
TV (c-5t-89-p) anytime ( always love you no matter what I You '
ytitlont on tM FM bend. 88,p) will always be my only cutiel lovin you's OVERSEAS JOBS Australia Europe: S. JOEl R. BRIDGES, II
Mole roomate wonted to sub-lease an the America,Africa. Students all professionsand
UNIVBtSITYCnYTOMSK right thing to dol (|.lt-89-p)
CO.INC. apartment $50.56 a month + % occupations$700 to $3000 monthly.
**CAUI utilities call KENWANTED:: succulent red-blooded REALTOR 404 SW 4m Ave
AI at 373-1092 move In Expense paid, overtime, sightseeing.Free
122 N.MAIN ST. now. c-5f-86-p) AUTOSMAZDA virgin for dinner with dark-haired information. TRANSWORLD Open 7 Days til 7:00': 377-6700
Rumanian Count. Call after dusk: 376- RESEARCH CO.Dept.,P.O. Box 603,Cone
2794 or 373-5596(females only) (|-3t-89. Modero, CA 94925 (M-6T-84-P)
1973 silver
grey w I P1 1)
ai( om-fm radio, four door sedan, std.
AXA's transmission, only 17,000 miles $2700 Goy men and women meet Thurs. at 7
call 376-5012 (G-FR-85-NC) pm 107 nw 15 Ter. speaker from Arico (U.it88p OLD-TIME A
< ) p TMOsPH
WANTED low mileage VW or loyota ENJOY fRFImpohttt4
wagon. Preferably with automatic
SPK transmission Coll 377-0700. gjtjT-cj( ) LOSTlcFOUND .
1969 catalina pontiac station wagon .ee.Erne.vdyte f\>b tTbts/rstl+tr.. IJMn.iI.
new radial tires, new exhaust system, Lost: Brown wallet at Reitz Union lawn -fQtUr' 44s* 'j',t'i prioi-l lorwults4es
heavy duty springs call after 4:00: $895 friday night at movie, keep money I (lust SNurFY GER .

negotiable 378-9779 (g-St-BB-p) 2189 need after the papers 7. (l-3l-87-p desperately.) Call 373- .... : ,e)' IIA1f"tl>' M+al'ftt" Wetuw.rd's' \\1oJit.

Does Good buy) 1970 VW In good shape.Tiresin
Something excellent condition. Nice Interior' and '
exterior Only $900 negotiable Call :377- SERVICESHORSES
5425 (g-St-86-p)
for the LLOYD'S CORVETTE PLACE We buy and
BOARDED: little Prairie Ranch. "IiI
sell. Jacksonville, Florida 1-388-3311. I- Informal t friendly all facilities. 6 ml
Everyday Kind of People 10 and Cossot Ave (g-20t-73) from 4719 UF stalls $75, posture $25 mo. 376- T
FOR SALE 1969 VW excellent mech. eve (m-lOt-So-p) t7w.urs1f.
condition $475 call david 373-3430 or HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
ulHelnm come see 104 NW. 21 St. after 5. (g-3t- AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS

TYPEVRITERPROBIJEl'IS 89.p) PERSONAL Learn Prott-Ceftlfled self-hypnosis AAEH 373-3059(m-40t-B6-p Donald) G. ? e gat CBog''s 1


Scuba Classes starting Feb. 26th. Wreck
?
Dive March 9th. Sales Service Rentals. Now. Open For Breakfast
invitations $11.40 100,,
Wedding per
Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom.
I
business, cords $9.95, rubber
We've got all the answers ;g stompagnetic T.V.) Aliens Aquatic 1 Trail Center Inc. .
m offset Cliff Hal
= signs printing. 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-86-c) __ 7-10:30am MON.-FRI.
Sales.ServlceSuppliesLease Printing 1103 N. Mom (J-FR.58-CL-)
major| and minor repair on all foreignand
Term Papers! Canada's largest Service. domestic autos. See Bill and Mikes,
For catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, Auto Repair at 2225 NW 6 St. or call 376-
Avenue. Suite 208, Toronto, f LUNCH SPECIALS
1 57 Spodina 9479 (m-5t-87-p) ,.
ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
Ont. Canada. Also, campus representatives -
SYSTEMS required Please write. ((-35170.p / WIRED FOR SIGHT
) 'The Eyeglass Super Mart"
373-3359 Poncho'S, Bookpocks, Pocks W-trames, UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS New Low' Prices
iHIf1IIIUIIIIIIWIIIUIIllIllIllIlIIIllIllIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '
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724 N. Main Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
Ii Stag Speedo Bathing SUitS. Join Univ (M-50-53-C) -- 1728 W. UNIVERSITY 373-9453
Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic & Trail.
Center 3448 W Univ. 373-9233 (j-fr-72-

cl) _
Congradulations Phi Sigma Sigma Sedge String Strop
pledges! you finally mode ill We're so Taste 'n tell.
glad that you're our sisters, Our best ..
wishes always, your Phi Sig sislers2t' (| -
LUNCH DINNER B8-p) Beef 'n Cheese
.
11AM-3PM ALL DAY COED'S facial hair removed permanently all this month
FOR FOR Call Edmund Dwyer
electrologist over 20 years experience
89c $1.39 Coll 372-8039 (J-FR-61-C) Irt l; at Arby's.Pregnant fV'BEEN
)silt
SUMMER IN EUROPE UniTravelCharters
at less than '/. reg economy lIETLvx THINKING ABOUT GETTING INTO
10% S T Ii ,)I;1\"r l> ,S('tJ IJ* T fare 65 days advance payment FLUTE BUT DON'T HAVE AN EXTRA $200?
required US Gov't approved TWA-Pon
Am-Tronsavia 707's. Call toll free 1-800-(

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Page, 14 Tuaiday, February jA, 1975




[' MnOf1n. concert fosters unity I I


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!bi: i1in1J ( > Review by

DOUG DIALEntertainment
Editor


,
ft' There was something( extraat
/ the Herbie Mann concert
Sunday afternoon; a sense of
community permeated the 80
1: degree weather.


'I J1 Not that it's never existed.It's s

I just that the communal photos by John moran
: spirit has been hard to locateas LOTS OF PEOPLE

L J2 + i Gainesville gets larger and showed up for Mann concert
HERBIE MANN photos by |john moran more impersonal.

luting gb4d times after 4 p.m. This wasn't the
TilE OLD get-out and
!, Oscar
fault of Student Government picksannounced
boogie togethers have been
<(r Programming, the sound

w &r & .'' 4 n waning. This Ball didn'tmaterialize year'sHalloween crew, or even the band. The

airlines sent percussionist
p.I on and in
', ., campus Armea Halburian's three
; general, people just seem to
footlockers of equipment off
be keeping to themselves.But .
to God-knows'where. HOLLYWOOD (DPI) "The GodfatherPart
within the pulsating Halburian improvised with a II" and '"Chinatown" grabbed 11
!N A; crowd of Sunday's 6000, Budweiser can, the stage floor nominations each in various categories
microcosms of the rekindled and anything he could get in Monday in preliminary Oscar nominationsfor

spirit were witnessable in his hands. 1974 announced by the Academy of

action. Whether it was the Mfalmeand Motion Pictures.
Bass Hasan
slip and slide before the drummer player Charles Collins Both films were nominated for best movie -

concert, doing the limbo didn't even reach Gainesville of the year along with "The Conversation,".

under a palm frond, building airport until 3:30: p.m. This "Lenny" and "The Towering Inferno." ,
"GODFATHER" five nominations for
people pyramids or just was another cause for delay. got
", dancing and swaying to the acting, awards. ,
.' Selected for best performance by an actress
music, it was nice to see Despite all the setbacks,
as
,.
Ellen in "Alice Doesn't Live
everybody having a good time. were Burstyn
F J the day progressed good vibes "
k Here Diahann CarroJl-
Anymore
;
photos by John moran got stronger and the hassles "
PEOPLE PYRAMID IIERBIE MANN'S per- melted away into a great dayin "Claudine; Faye Dunaway-"Chinatown" ;
.good tirpes abound formance was delayed until the sun. Valerie Perrine-"Lenny, and Gena
I Rowlands-"A Woman Under The In
fluence." **

Picked for best actor were Art Carney-
"Harry and Tonto;" Albert Finney-
"Murder On The Orient Express;" and. AI
I. Spirit hot but not 'originaReview Pacino-"Godfather Part 11."
The winners will be announced at the
Academy ,47th Annual Awards ceremony
televised from the Los Angeles Music Center
I '
I .
'% Review two-hour late stow Saturday guitarists around, gave the He even looked like April 8.
t By DAVID KLEIN night. Instead Randy Spirit-hungry crowd a night t Hendrix, billowing Afro held
Alligator News Editor California one of the hottest of Hendrix.photo in place with a blue bandana,
w several times breaking up his
Acoustic- jams by playing the guitar
guitarist Randy on Rie Masten, Big Sur traveling poet-
California was turned on to with his teeth. He went into
guitarist will give two free performances on
the electric guitar by Jimi machine-gun crouches
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
campus
his music into
Hendrix and the resulting shooting a
Performances start at 8:00: p.m. in McCarty
5 combination billed as the dancing crowd mobbed in Auditorium.
original Spirit disappointed a front of the stage.
packed house Saturday night. THERE'S NO denying it,
Oh. they were hot all right he was ripping hell out of that
'two-fifths of the original guitar, and he was matchedby Many of Spirit's old songs,
Spirit-California and Cassidy who was beatinghell especially those from the
V", drummer Ed Cassidy-and out of his drums. "Twelve Dreams of Dr.
\ti bass player Barry Keene, But they weren't playing Sardonicus"album, sound, at
.' formerly with Zappa's Spirit. They were playing"All wi least in their opening, like
y
r
Mothers poured out heavy Along the Watchtower." songs played by JoJo Gunne.
energy at Great Southern but They were playing"Hey, Joe." MAYBE WITHOUT
they weren't the show that During the beginning of the Ferguson to lead the vocals

'\ was expected. .y show, they even played "Likea California didn't want to get
J. SPIRIT, a five-man band Rolling Stone." into the group's old sound.
A' formed from Los Angeles Spirit? Well for the third He's a fast guitarist, with the
musicians around 1967. never !song, this three man 'team Hendrix charisma, and the

.t.,! achieved .mass popularity. played one of the most crowd, even disappointed
Iliey played a range of music, popular Songs. from the actual with his choice of music,
>1. from light instrumental, to "original" group "Nature's photo by george kochanitc jr. couldn't really get that upset.
/I\ straight jazz. to hartl. driving Way." The crowd burst into 'CASSIDY'' What was upsetting was the

iock-and-roll. cheers with the opening Kung-fulan drummer billing of his three man groupas
But they were good, and the ,chords. "The Original Spirit: "
few albums they released'were As the show went on, California's guitar and which they damn well were
all tilled with music well by george kochoniec jr. another one or two !songwriting ability, and by

worth owniirg. These were the lesser know ij, songs' {from! the, the vocals and spngwriting of not.If ,this concert had been
songs that sold out two shows ?:' RANDY.CALIFORNIA xd ," .V' 'original band were 'played, Jay Ferguson, now lead singer advertised for what it was it
for a group that hasn't ,looks and sounds like Hendrix including a new one,"Joker on tor JoJo Gunne. wouldn't' have brought in an
} ly'! released *an album in (two the Run' These took up only Another member of the audience anticipating songs

.\ears.. a small part of the act actual "original" Spirit, that would never be played.It .
Unfortunately, though though. bassist Mark Andes, also was good, hard music,
only a, couple of old Spirit WHY? The old Spirit went with Ferguson to form but it didn't-have the Spirit
-t 'songs were played during the sound was carried by JoJo Gunne. we wanted.


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)Point of visual frustration and sent the Wildcats reeling'into
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place the Southeastern Conference.
Orlando superstar' Darell Dawkins. John Lotz recorded his
UF took the lead with s
minute
one gone in the ballgame and
most satisfying victory ever a 66.58 thriller over fourth
held it through the remainder of the first half going into the '
ranked Kentucky.An locker room in front 3933.
aggressive UF defense held the Wildcats scoreless for ..rY
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was by Gene Shy's 18
9:22: in the second half and in the meantime the Gators put 14 !points.
points on the board to turn a 54.50 Wildcat lead into a 64.54
Shy only'managed one bucket in the second half but
Gator advantage. teammates Lederman Caldwell and Chip Williams more
TilE HIGHLIGHT of that surge' was three consecutive than took up the slack.-
baskets within a span of 15 seconds. Guard Mike Ledermansank A disgruntled Wildcat
coach Joe Hall said after the
a 20 footer and then Bruno Caldwell stole one inbound "We definitely couldn't get up for the game-we were game flat." ;,
pass and Lederman another for the second and third baskets. IT SEEMED LIKE a different world in UF's locker roomas
From there the 8-8 Southeastern Conference Gators went cheers and flying towels was the sign of the times.

"I. spent eight years at North Carolina and had some really
great wins but this has to be my most satisfying win ever.
SEC wrestling "It seems like every one of the players really came around

tonight. We dedicated the game to Chip Williams and he
really came through for us.
tickets saleTickets
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said. "Our defense'was super and we really controlled the
for the Southeastern Conference Wrestling ame."

Championships to be held at the University of Florida And control they did as time after time a frustrated
GymFeb.28-Mar. 1 are ,now on sale at the Main Ticket
Kentucky teanv turned the ball over as a tenacious, Gator
Office. 107 Stadium from the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30: defense sent the Wildcats home with their fourth loss of the S;

p.m. Monday thru Friday.All season against victories..
students including University of Florida studentsand The Gators'overall mark is now 1213.
pre-school children may purchase a general admission "WE JUST NEVER had a letdown tonight." Lotz said.
ticket tor any one of the tour sessions at $1.00 each. And an exuberant Mike Lederman agreed. "It all hap photo by George kochanicc: jr.

Tickets for the general public are $2.00 for the afternoon pened so fast-we wanted to win this one tor Coach Lotz." GENE SHY SKIES FOR TWO AGAINST KENTUCKY

sessions andfor. the evening sessions. Kevin Grevey led the Wildcats in scoring with 20 points. .. led Gator effort with 20 points'
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Met;RAni somewhat, but not the second place finisher was Uf. Insurant ., .,geography language, history,teratue.government "-
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list of prospective applicantsfor 72.7. Group Insurance I .. room Write to with GUADALAJARA Mexican SUMMER
The results of the Gators'six those positions. BUNCIIED BEHIND Annuities 11I; SCHOOL. 413 New Psychology
tournaments between now The final rounds of Krummel in third place at "',, ,,' "',,' I Arizona University 85721 of, Arizona, Tucson.
and the end of April will go a Bishop's annual winter 72.8 were sophmore George Pension Plans
long way in deciding which carnival (during which the Graffe (who is ineligible for
golfers will represent UF in players tee off every round tournament competition),
the SEC and NCAA championships -, starting at 7:30: A.M. no Senior' Bob Michael and
in May and June matter what the weather, save sophmore Jim Hart who led Council
respectively.IN lightning)were completed last the matches since the third
CONSIDERING the, weekend and it appears that round but who faltered in the
possible candidates for those there are ten or eleven playersin final two rounds, shooting 73-
two major tournaments, one contention for the coveted
76.After
has to first assume that spots. those three were
seniors Andy Bean, Ben TilE LEADER at the sophomore Joe Miller ((73.6)),
Duncan, and Denny Sullivan completion of the eight senior Steve Smyers ((73.7)),
along with junior Phil rounds is Bob Bailey of Oak sophmore Jim Goss ((73.8)),
Hancock, have a lock on the Park. 111. with a 72.1 average. freshman George DeSear
top four spots on the team., Bailey shot 70-69-139, whichwas ((74.0)) and junior Bob Meyer Over $200 in cash prizes
That leaves two positionsopen also the low two-round ((74.1)).
for the SEC tourney and total for the weekend. Obviously Buster Bishopwill

..,.. one for the, NCAA: However, company is close not have an easy decisionto All students eligible
The Orange and Blue behind. make are
intra:squad matches have' Hancock notwithstanding, "These scores are im-
Y portant but there is a long
way to go" he said. "I won'tgo All entries must be in no

Netters ( by these scores alone.
open1975season There are many other criteria. later than
March
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very important. If a player
did well in October it doesn't
mean anything if he's doing Entry forms and information

The UF tennis team sent that order. Potter said. poorly now. By the same
out six players against However for last year's token. just because a boy is 103 Anderson Hall
Valdosta (Ga.) State in their Gators Diaz played No. 1 and doing well now doesn't mean
Monday afternoon season Pressly No. 2 It's a good bet he'll be doing the same when
opener. that combination will remain the SEC rolls around."
{ There was no 'mystery, unchanged. THE REAL FUN begins
about who the Gators' six Freshman Chap Brown of this weekend with the
starters would be. Where they Lantana will break into the Seminole Invitational in CAMPUS LIFE 75 .
f would play the question. On starting lineup at either the Tallahassee.
r Friday the situation was this: No. 3 or No. 4 singles Junior Bob Bailey and
I Seniors Juan Diaz and Dave position. Another of Potter's sophmore Jim Hart have been
Pressly will play No. I and No. young players, sophomoreJohn named by UF golf coach REMEMBER US FOR \OUR
2 singles but not necessarily in! Kunnen, will take the Buster Bishop for the fifth ,
other spot. Kunnen will be and sixth positions on the
INTRAMtJRAISSylvia ,[ moving up from 1974 when squad he will take to SCHOOL NEEDS.
he played No. 5 for most of Tallahassee on Thursday for .
Moment won the the season. the Seminole Invitational.The .
women's one-on-one Senior Jim Oescher and first round of the
basketball tournament junior Mike Borling round tournament gets underway TOWERS BRANCH (SERVICE COMPLE) .
Saturday. 'Lisa Hubner out the lineup. They will playin Friday. ,
finished 'second. The' men's the No. 5 or No.6 positions. Bailey scored the low .
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second. Kunnen. "W -will be swit- total rounds under par with

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night to win the All- the third through the seventh
said.The
University championships in Gators will return to rounds.As .
,' the best of 156 teams. The Gainesville for their Wed expected the Gators
Sharpshooters also won last nesday home opener against top four players, Andy Bean,
year's tournament, beatingthe Furman before travelling to Phil Hancock Ben Duncan
Fur Outs in the final Tallahassee Saturday for a and Denny Sullivan will also
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The Independent Florida mnun.coIo Go nnvtI. Finrida No* officially os.ooot.d w~*I if,. U,, ersity of Florido pho9o by -Inofun COWAEUNGAIISINECRYof thisslipperysurforwho shoots the plastic fontaslic. This sizable crowd is not here to witness the finals of the event, but actually came to see Herbie Mann, who gave a free concert Sunday on the J. Wayne Reitz Union north lawn. PIRG petition bottle continues Eq LESLIE GOLAY Angater Staff Wits, UP President Robert 0. Marston sent Public interest Research Group (PIRO) representatives back to Vice President tix Student Affairs Arthur Smnden on Monday for another go at validating a petition to establish the group. At a previous meeting with Sandeen a Feb. 14. he said the 1972-73 petition was invalid and would have to be dIscarded. Thisdecisionwould fbrcethegrouptopathernamesfor a new petitic. ROXANNE MARIETTA, president of P11W. Michael Berman. a Washington la~er who advises PIRO groups across the country. and three students met with Maruton to discuss PIRCPs establishment as a student handed organization at UP. The controversy surrounding PIRGs establishment involves the validity of a petition containing I 2.~0 signatures collected in 1972-73. Sandeen has decided that the petition is invalid because it is not representative of the current student body. HE BASED his decision on a 1974 Board of Regents bill which stipulated that SI per cent of the student body must sign a petitlo. in favor of voluntary funding. Marietta said they filled the Regents requirements with the 2973 petition but Sandeen said th~ repents ruled in 1974 after the petition was Ailed, thereby making it invalid. At the i.tcetling Marston said, he saw no technical problem with the regents or with his office concerning PIRUs cstabtishnent. "irs MY IHFRESSIO?4 that the question of establishment would be up to the university." Mason said. According to Marston. Sandeen has expressed legitimate concern that other groups will want to establish themselves -~'anipus through the same student voluntaryy rurding system that PIRO plans go use. "I sqpse that von retail to Sandeen and show Jaim that the student mood Isn't ISO degrees from where it was whet the petition was first lInislwd. Mason said. WANTON SAID he would make no firm commiunent until the PIRO group nut with Sandan. Morton said tie PlUG members should talk to Sandee., and gel a quickie ansflr on whether the petition is valid or r Smndeen sic he gives the final decision -s~e shlos validation. A MEETING IS PLANNED with Sandeen today at 3:30 p.m. in his office. Sandeen said he called todajs meeting because he wants PIRG members to realize thcir objectives' and because he wants to be of assistance to them. "I don't want to see the thing (P1KG) float away. I want to work somethini out." Sandec,, said. "174 NOTTEVING to fight the group. I'd like to see their group exist here. I'd just like to see them do it honestly and fairly.' he said. "Seventy per tnt. or I8.LNJJ new students don't even know what PIRO is." Sandeen said. Sandeen has asked Marietta. Student Senate President Kevin Malone and SC Senator Michael DiMaja to attend today meeting. At Moi.day's meeting. Marstot, discussed the progress of other campus groups across the slate, and what type of problems a UF PIRO would Ibeus on. BWMAI4. MAIISiTTA .Mfl apaflhwa TUESDAY FEB. 25~1975 VOL. 67 NO. 88 Bar wants law school funds split By KAREN MEYER Alligator SaM! Writer Blaming crippled Educatiot, and General budgets fbr the jeopardy now lacing Florida State Universitys law school accreditation. The Florida Bar as pushing br separate funding of florida's two state law schools. Atty. (ien. Robert Shevin said last week FSU's law school night lose its accreditation unless it upgrades faculty pay and library facilities. WHILE SHEVIN urged regent Marshall Harris. former chairnian of the House Appropriations Comnittec. to condud an investigation. The Florida Bar contends the problem Is money. Pete Fannon. Florida Bar assistant director for programs. said the current level of funding means the law schools' hands are tied as to what they can do." Although UF and FSU's law schools are funded in the same manner, no question has been raised about UP's accreditation. THE TWO LAW SCHOOLS are currently funded as part of the Education and General (E&G) budgets. based on the number of students attending fuiltime. The Oar supports funding the law schools separate from E & G. with funds specially earmarked for the law schools only. As appropriations committee chairman In the st.te legislature. Harris last year proposed the law schools be separately funded. UF LAW SCHOOL DEAN Joseph Julin said the major impact of recent State University System cutbacks has been on the E & C budget. and separate tbnding 'would provide apparently some insulation from that impad. 'I've never been a total advocate of completely separate funding. said Julin. Last year. the university system received special appropriations from the leRislature for both the UF and FSU law schools. OF $300800 for curriculum revision and improvements. S2W,000 went to UP and Sl00,~ to FSU. The legislature also appropriated 1250.000 to UPs law library and more than SIUOtI) Ibe FSU's law library, said John. The Florida Bar is suggesting PSUs law school hasn't received hands sufficient to provide the legal education' they .ant to. said Julin. Fannon said the law schools are required to meet standards "'ore in line' with those of separately funded medical ~chook. and should therefore be funded separately also. "THE MONEY br law schools becomes lost in the shuffle," along with funds for theE & C budget, said Fannon. While The Florida Bar blames finances for tying the hands of the law schools. SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz contends "no one has ever had enough' money to operate the caliber of program they want. "Separate funding wo.,ld seriously undermine the concept of the university as an administratIve unit making value judgments.' said Mauti. "YOU'RE NOT -talking about educational programs said Mautz. 'Youretalking about a constellation of factonY Maut~ said he would not support separate funding. "unless you make a similar argument for architecture, and engineering and journallsan'f and on dews eke line. Juhin said that the best form of funding for ur. law school is "the type we now have." where it falls within the C budget and is also given special appropriations. If separate funding is approved. Julin said his support would depend on tlwlawwkeSsfindhggrdauin UFta a whole. "Our success is in large part dependent a the univenIty." said JuIm.

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Pug.2. lb. Ind.p.nd.nt florid. Ailigotor. rnsday, F.bns.ry 25. 1975 Turkofficial ANKARA IUPI)I urkish ForeiNti Minister Mclii, lt~enbeI said Monday that I urkey ~ shut do~. ii American bases if the U S. military aid and arms cutoff reduced I urkeys ability to defend itself against Soviet retaliation. Asked in an interview if the bases, used primarily to monitor military movements in the SoWet Union ~.ould be closed because ot the US. Congressional arm-aid ban. Esenbel said: "IF WE are not able to sustain our (i.ilitary)effort. yes. because these joint defense installations mean Turkey has to assume additional risk. The additional risk would be assumed in the expectation that additional aid would he forthcoming. Now, if the aid clement of this bilateral relationship is withdrawn, then all that ren~ains really is the additional risk for Turkey.*~ The gray-haired, pipe-smoking tornier Turkish amtuesday ALLAN J GENOtS Wr.Edtr capsule U.S. on( tot lifts ~rm hdia, WASHINGTON (Un) ban sales Pakistan flit United States Monday ended its 10-year enibargo on arms sales to Pakistan and India. State Departnierx spokesman Robert Anderson said the Untied State, in the future will consider requests by both countries br arnm exports Ibr cas', on a case-by-case basis. While Pakistan has been anxious to resume purchases of U.S. arnm, India-supplied by the Soviet Union and its own production-has shown no interest in obtaining weapons Iron, this country, the State Department said. [he United States embantoed arnis exports to both India and Pakistan in 1965 when the iwocountries wereat war. On his recent visit to Washington. Pakistani President Au Rhutto urged President Ford and Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger to lift the embargo .specifically noting Pakistan needed suci, defensive arnaments as anti-aircraft and antilank guns. accordingg to Roy Atherton. assistant secretary ot 'tate for Near Eastern and East Asian attain. predicts base bassador to Wq5~i0~on 'aid the congressional ban might also torce [ui'key to lo,.er its dettnsc pithe southeast flank p1 the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) floni Soviet attack. "OBVIOUSLY, if aid is ~.,thdrawn. Turkey will not be able to sustain the sante kind ol preparedness as far as NAlO defense is concerned.' Esenhel said. It the United States is not ready to do so Igtve aid), then NATO has to conic fbr,.ard nih an answer If no remedial action is taken. Turkey then has to revie~ its contribution to NATO," he said. We are not bluffing.' Esenbel said. We are not blackiiailing. we are just trying to readiust to new f~cts.'' TURKEY RECEIVED $180 million in American military loans and M~ant~ in 1974. Further military aid and arm' sales to Turke, were shutdown ~tis1,cided b~ the U S. Congress Feb. 5 because of lu rkevs cAusal ~' ~,tthdra'. troops from Northern Cyprus and aiim. Uneck C>pi jot iciugees trot,, last sumilior's Turkish invasioT, o return to then homes in TUrkiSh-occupied Northern (~pa us. Re I urkish C~pnois have proclaimed an independent uikish C~piiot state in the northern third of Cyprus. Fst n bel. 60. said the Turkish governntent and nhtlitar) h&i not vet taken any definite decision on whether to close do~.ii the 25 American bases in Turkey We are no~ on the ~ay to studying i&hat steps we should take. he said. Our readjustment position has not yet been completed." But he c.nphasued that lurkey would not withdraw Ironi NA [0 Gurney trial jury search starts TAMPA (UPI) Ihe bribery-conspiracy trial of former Son. Edward]. Gurney, the first uS, senator in a half century to be criminally indicted while in office, began Monday with the opening of jury selection. I feel fine and In, in good health" said Gurney. responding to questions about a recent operation for an undisclosed ailment that delayed the start of the trial. The former Reoublican member of the Senate Watergate Ford kits Congress for slow tox action WASHINGTON (UPI) -An income tax cut is President Ford's No. I priority and the chief execudve considers it tragic that a tax bill has not yet cleared Congress. the White House said Monday. With his chief economic advisers. Ford reviewed the democratic alternative to the administrations tax proposal in a out-how session that also covered the nation's ener~' shortage and a potential credit squeeze brought on by the huge federal deficit, Later. Press Secretary Ron Nessen expressed to reporters Fords great Concern'" over the speed with which the House and Senate were dealing with the tax measure. 'It's tragic that they have taken this long to pass a tax cut.~~ Ford reportedly said. ('oniimttee. only the sixth 11.5. senator In history to be indined in office. arrived 20 minutes early for the beginning ol he U.S. District Court trial, which could last as long as three months. U.S. District Judge Ben Krentznian called a panel of 24 prospective jurors and questioned them for two hours. The prosecution and defense began their questioning after the noon recess. Krentznanoutlinedthe charges against Gurney. 61, and four codefrndants-two former aides. janiesGootmnd Joseph Bastien. and two former Housing and Urban Development officials. Ralph Koontz and K. Wayne Swiger. The judgc said all five defendants were charged with conspiracy "to defraud the right to have HUD and its employces free from external implications, influences and pressures. U.S. orders vitamin labels WASHINGTON (UPI) -The govnment Monday ordered grocers to provide detailed information about the 'itanlim content of fresh fruits and veptables any time they advertise nutritional claims at produce counters. Ifastoredisplayed a sign saying ilsoranges contained large arnount~ of vitaniin C. for example. it would also have to provide a ~igi, explaining how much vitamin C-and all other ~itamnins and funerals-are contained in the avera1w orange. But if no such nutritional claims were made by the store. the labeling requirentent would not apply.

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TI,. Ind.1~.nd.n~ Acrid. Ajilgot., Tu.ui.y, F.bruory 25, 1975. Pag.2 Another rep files bill to add student to Regents By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer State Rep. Bill Nelson, D-Melbourne, has riled a bill with the florida House that would add one student to the nine-member Regents. Senator Jack Gordon. D-Miami. filed a similar bill earlier this month with the florida Senate which proposed adding three students to the regents. Nelso&s bill would have a student appointed by the Governor serving a one-year term on the board, with each of Florida's nine state universities rotating to provide the student. "SINCE STUDENTS ARE the major users of the system there ought to be a student point of view on the board, Nelson said. Nelson said when he was a student at Yale. the administration decided it would be helpful to include student input on decisions regarding the then-controversial issue of tenure. The "healthy results from that student input partly influenced his proposal for a student regent. Nelson said. Establishing a healthy communication between between the managers and users of the system will help the university system overall. Nelson 'aid. NELSON SAID HE didn't anticipate any problems with a student working on a coequal basis with the nine-member board, since his input would be "formalized.' Students currently have input through the state Council of Student Body Presidents, 'ho are allo~.ed to speak at the end of each regents neeting. "A student vote just as good as anybody else's in itself engenders cooperation. said Nelson. WHILE A STUDENT would only have a year to learn the ropes of governing the state universities, the current regents have the advantage of serving sta~ered nine year terms. Atty. Gen. may sue Honor Court By STUART EMMRICH Atat. Staff Write The state attonicy general office is considering entering a court suit attempting to open up secret UP Honor Court hearings Asst. Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said Monday. Harrison said he is currently gathering information about the suit. wh'wh argues that the Honor Court proceedings should come under the fla. Government-in-the-Sunshine Law, to see if the attorney generaPs staff should become involved. Ally. Ge,,. Robert Shevin is out of town and is not scheduled to be back in his Tallahassee office until Wednesday. Harrison said he would talk to Shevin about the ease when he got back. HARRISON SAID he was interested in the case because it involved the sunshine law. which Harrison explained was one of Shevin's major concerns. We are always interested in these kind of law matters. We have pretty consistently taken the position that public niatters should be in the sunshine. 'There have been other cases we have gotten involved in to try and support arguments to open up these types of things.** Harrison explained. ThE SUIT TO OPEN up the Honor Court proceedings to the public was filed Feb. 7 by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UP law student Judy Collins. The Honor Court has been conducting its By TOM SHRODER AIlI~at.r StaN Writer I Dean s shower for others too Dr. Bob Burton Brown, dean of University College pulls up to Little Hall on his Sears and Roebuck three-speed bike hot and sweaty. Iron, his Northeast Gainesville home. He takes the elevator to the third floor, but instead of heading for his office, he crosses the outside walk and brandishing a ni aister key. disappears into room, 34~A. I i Iteen iii in utes later. Rro~ n emerges clean an~I refreshed, ready to lace another day ot tough lecision-rak ing THE SCENE described above rndy catch the e'e it casual Little Hall observers as the ~drni eitherer icturns this spring. I)t'si~ned is a i estroon,. Little Hall 349A 'as cit as v&ant closet-sied space when iiioney set a;ide or plunbing fixtures had to be used for extra office 'pace on the fourth floor. Last spring. Brown niade a request to the LW Office for Administrative Alfairs for $720 to install a hot water heater and stall shower in 349A. The justification for the request was to accommodate faculty and stati who ride bicycles to work to ConServe energy and to encourage others to do so ALTHOUGH THE REQUEST does not mention it, Brown said the shower was open to anyone who wants to use it. including students. 'I had a number of requests from bike riders to get a shower installed. It's not elegant. but it gets the sweat oft Brown said. Aci'o~s the hall from the University College otlice.349A is kept locked. Cathy Crawford, Uc administrative assistant, has the key. 'Anyone who wants to use the shower can ust ask for the key." she said. "You have to bring your own soap and towel, though." THE SHOWER IS a rectangular metal box. he nails arc bare and so is the light' hull hanging from the ceiling. Reside the "ater heater the only other piece of furniture is a green desk chair opposite the door. rhe shower ~as installed at the end of the summer. Brown said he used it occasionally this fall. p4.ot by Iohn moo, DEAN BROWNS SHOWER bring own soap and towel proceedings In secret because of a Board of Regents policy mandating the confidentiality of students' records. Gainesville Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green has issued a temporary injunction against the closed hearings and trials until a decision can be reached on whether the proceedings fall under the sunshine law pbovfsbons. ONE RECENT SUNSHINE LAW case the attori~ey general's office participated in was a Council of Deans meeting at the University of South florid. (USF). The group serves as an advisory board to the president of the university, which was ruled to fall under the sunshine law. The USF opinion has been cited by the plaintiffs in their joint suit against the closed Honor Court proceedings. Harrison said he wasn't sure if the Honor Court would come under the sunshine law. "without looking at the facts of the case closely.' but added he suspected it might. IF THE AI ORNEY GENERAL does enter the suit. Harrison explained, it would be to file a friend of the court brief supporting the opinion that these hearings should be opened up. Harrison Saul he was particularly interested in entering the suit because he nas ncnhcr the Ho nor ( oti 1 ~letense ~t ft while a I akays kind of ~ondercd ~hy these hearings and t riMs were kept closed H., rri son ad dccl LARRY TURNER, one of the attorTicy' or the pIdliltilk. said he "as hopeful that he attorney t~cricraI ~otild enter the suit I ~as contaLtC(i by Sharyn Sniitli tan assistant attorney general) about the case and she explained they i~crc interested ii what ~e were doing and wanted to hid out more about it, ~ said. turnerr said he has also ulked to Harrison about the case and was still waiting for some word Irom him about whether a definite decision had been reached. "I KNEW THEY were interested in these kind of law wits, but I know they have to go through bureaucratic channels that slow them down' Turner added. Turner said he had originally hoped the attorney general would enter the suit before it went to court Feb. 7. When he hadn't heard anything from the attorney general's office by court date, however. Turner said he 'didn't feel ~e could wait any longer, and (I) went ahead and liled the suit. Turner said it would still help the case if the attorney general joined in because a final hearing on whether or not the hearings should come under the sunshine law has yet to come before Green. I he hearing on the sunshine law was scheduled for around the second week of March, but an appeal filed by UP Atty. Toni Biggs to have the injunction against the closed proceedings lifted will probably delay the fin.! hearing for at least 60 days. according to Turner No date has been set for the hearing on the appeal. Turner said. Board of Masters defines impeachment powers By STUART EMMUICH Alligator Staff Writer The Board of Masters (BOld) ruled Monday that the UP Student Body Constitution gives the Student Senate the power to both impeach and remove any officer of the student body. The BOM also ruled. however, that the senate must provide the specific procedures for impeachment and removal prior to enacting Impeachment proceedings. ThE OPINIONS ISSUED BY the BOM Monday 'tie in amen, to a petition tiled by Student Sen. Ken Ofizang and signed by he and 29 other students asking for a clarification of the inipeachnpcnt statute in the constitution. The constitution states that the senate, bytithet~4owt1n 'ote of the full membership. can impeach an officer of the student body, but there is no specific mention of whether that 'ote also means the officer can be removed from office after impeachment. Ofgang requested the BOM to rule whether the senate does have the po.er to both impeach and remove, or whether they can only bring charges against an officer, for trial by some other hotTHE Boril SAID IT interpreted the constitution to mean. because it set up a unicameral legislature, that the senate was to have both powers. Because the constitution sets no specific guidelines for the procedures for impeachment. the BOM ruled that the senate iiiust decide what guidelines should be followed. Ihe decision added, however, that the senate could In,peach an officer for whatever grounds it decides an valid. The interpretation of the constitution was rushed by SON members Robert Harris. Alan Gerlach. Pat Wiggins and CU. Roark. Vicki Jay was not present at Mondays meeting.

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Pug. 4Th. Ind.p.dn* RaM. AAlIgoor Tu.d.y, F~nhery 2$, I~75 Greeks to eat ice cream to raise money Dtlta Phi Ixpilon ~OrOritV wll sponsor their third annual ice cream eating contest on I hur'day. Feb. 27, at ~ p.m. EIe~cn Iratern it 'e~ and three sororities will be represented at the Delta Phi Epsilon house lot (lie contest. Money collected from the contestants will he donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Merle Feldman. one of the Delta Phi Epsilon cochairmen for the contest, said that 11.500 was collected lest year. Each contestant is given a contract for pledges. The pledges are to pay a certain amount for each scoop of ice cream eaten. The more 'cc cream eaten, the more money that is made. Feldman said. There will be 22 gallons of Ice cream prepared for the contest, which is open bo the public. Conference hosts authors john Ciardi. poetry editor of the Saturday Reiew. will speak tonight in the]. Wayne Rein Union Auditorium and lames Jones. author of the best-selling novel, From Here to Eternity,' will speak Wednesday in the union. Both lectures begin at S p.m. Ciardi and Jones are two of 'even writers s at UF this week to take part m the Sixth Annual Florida Writers Coni~rence. The independent Fiend0 AIii~otcr is a ptjtiico,.on of Conipus Cornmcnicouons 'ncorpo'oied o pr'ynte non prof, o' poralion It pLbJ 'shed t' ii ret ~eekIv accept durir,~ June July ond AyoL)s' when -t S published sen~i ve~li', nnd djrnq student holudoy, ond ods Opun ions e~p'essed in he i.udeperdeni Aliiqoror ore thos, 6f 'he duints of he 4,-ten of hi1 arittie, and not those of the Universilt of Fiord0 the ~omp'is sercied by the independent Flat 'do AiLcgoio, Addreus correspond le,,ce 0 The independent Fiorido All-canto' P0 So. 3266 L}nit~eruty Spo, 'or, y.o NeW. lie rio, 'do 32e0 I Ike ndependeni Fic, 'do Aiiqor~ 's entered is second oss ,,,'luIe, 0! the Unuqed Stone. Post Ottt at cii ne,~ ii e F Ion 'do J 2t0 Substniption Ji~ $20 ~ per yeo' o, $5 SO op q~,o'tr Ru'J. bsc,'ptcns ore oovded Ihocugh iitdeni movementt to he jden', at the Uni verdict of Fonda The iridepsndenr Fhorido Align,0, reserve' the ''gist 0 regulate ih9 typogrophcceh once! nil adertuserrer,'s and to '.,us 0' turn owny oiJ copy consider, ob1.ctuonobh. The ind.p.ndenl Fharido Afiigoior wilL not consider odiusvrn.nt. a' poytren' for any od~ertisemeni. nvohv'ng rypogrophicol error or .rroneou. in, sertiofl unless notice ,s gFv.n 0 he odvertu.cno nunloge, with,,, I ) day o!t.% he ody.tis.aent appears The in d.pefldeflt Fiouido A~icgaIoe will not be r.wo.ssutJe jog it q than OVIC incorreci mete., o on odnflp.e.nenr gch.~ui.d so Fun edi times ttThere~ s no such thing as a free lunch." Its a dull term but something called the "public debt" has been piling up for years because our tax dollars haven't come close to payingforalloftheservicesand programswe've been demanding. In fact, just the annual interest charge on this debt recently hit a cool $29 billion. Nevertheless, many politicians say, ReIax Uncle Sam can simply print the money to cover the cost." Not so, as this story from The March Reader's Digest makes clear. For with skyrocketing prices people stopped buying. And now we've got recession. Flow to get out of the mess? Read on. (hiver name it ma ~ p tnt mc lucy. but this as 'lily the symbol ol wealth, 11e.ii wealth is the value of the gcninds wry ices produced by w' iL tog mcii ,iiitl wciiiet, It is heir lay 0! iiik, ig a is, hi. uses, clothes. bn k s, tiiriiittire titti ill the other nvriad hi igs WC are x' UStOtil ed to Ccvcrilnnci~t tIe1,ciids ti~,ti this wealth Ii at we create,.' in tiLts from each it us a icirtloil cf it through taxes I U I i tiler eye titles. I isi sear we ii iii cut 52554 hi I ii Irderil tixes. Ltith, tuciarely, lie gnrrtlI~eflt it4it cuily s1,enc all mines it kcpr right ciii spend sw gate it \itd it has zenertlIv 1biit lit siflie or Cars'1~CitnIiilg uis bUn mire hut iiconlit in he tist scars 1Q71) liriiugh iil74 lb '' ''litre he triccilile 'tar,' is elesipirs. L]liA; gus I 151St rc Stills tim 'VCtttl dcli qr' LI 'I,'t*,iic bistIt goes Litit, JAM 2c''cFimtliCi~i Lilt1tIle ISCI igt li/iTt zc Tiles ( cisc runielit I [iiirroSs tr iii the tii.ii ithilS duBs NiS 115:5 bcifltls) 11151 bet k5 '~.i it, ut them iisers hi' cit. ~'at diem Icijers niitir \ilcl that 'Ac pis all heir h he h ciiiitlei lii ereui kit. Kdh runt St. JCI'i 'Nil i 55 rITILIL2 Result XV1 A K uk' IT Ic 5:ii silliul if, it '\t ire iLl tic is crii mciii I stink 0 it 114 SIC ic 'till u bilk is~. hi I ADVERTISEMENT g4werlimeiit ilittirs titer our ix ni~~i~ev has run our We pay by shellfig lilt that secret tax that adds ten tents to a putrid of bacon. $~ to put if shocs. Sic to an electric 'icive Now his is he ,art of inflation hat niost is don't fbllv tinderv.ind flow the governments indebt cdi ess pushes up the prices of he things we buy. It works this way We caiit print imilev to cover our own debts, The t~leril giusern ment. however, can: rh r' ugh a ((ml ~lex ~rote~i tire Ca lied monetary policy, the Federal Re sent crc its dollirs And transfers hem in b.iiks The bitiks mike liiiis lioni hew iic~s as.cis Thus, )li(iiiC~ is ituii1cd 1Q10 be eCOUc) ris -nione~ hit was 'rigii~alk iinliing more thaii he figures on Fe. evil R ese rs c her I. s 110 more cirreilt his tip be printed to coser icn cii.hl.i, s Miii; cml these dcii ciriLiliire ihrciti~h h.iik Iciatis oh ~ir'i ITS Lcrtls Thes find heir ~s as lonci he ctcrlcIns through ;,,riotis Lchiiiillcrthil tr hilsictictris It1,, svb, Ii'sestablished the need or best 'ics; cfc,]iirs ii lie first place We 11 isc-thriugh the urns things ~se ~(i~erilnieIit tri dii trinr us. hi, pt,~h [cc.iI1s arid graills t~, busi iir~~t inN. research ir(iti1i%, thri iicTh .iul prigrinis (it i11 kinds H eciiem he r 'iv St if these tetc iuillirs hi; tint been earned b; I'm tlticiiig iii; ching Thes met-cis corn 'tie s~ ~th lair v.i;.hetk dollar; hr n lite~er totE iii! sen ices ise and tubers hi' c ~'r4 liLa' Resuli The To sell your goodies soon (not latin JUT I RI/SF ~U q. tC040 a Only :' THE SECRET TAX" AMEBJG4 AFFORD wonder why cc poorer even probably g more money or father dreamed of~ You finally bought that house. You drive a nice car Maybe you're making payments on that boat you always wanted. But why did that new tile in the kitchen cost so much more than you expected' Why did the bill iir that washing uldest of etc inc im I. IA w s a kes c lie. With mcire money irotini'! than, isitlable goods, prices nw-md in flition is tipOti 115, C )k.,; F.;ervhkIv a L about it \lnost t-servh~sIv eels i P ii ; I' tall 'St do ikuit ir (k-rt.iinls. increased irrItlint U cit us prluciiig mire he Iill.irs we rim -is die ii tile most tikLlnitrrS ci iiill.tti,,ni Maiv Iusiiit 'ses .ini' dlcdic.iterl ,i'rirker; tic i'r perirriic! iriia~iis2 eats if iii ilL t it lit, Liii TlC ft Qil ill iii cli is 1511 ills he ii 01 iii IC it is iIlit2 Iii ttial'Iiiig lieu w ages iii{l prltc I heir p'r;c lIhi hi I U lit 151!' lilt Tt'~4st S LIII tiur ill is irli riiiri Itir coin' iii \\ ,tSliIllkZtcu!l I liii Still ilcit Fm rutaclecirtli I itisiii~ ~Nillc ii lii il~c ml tin I in Ti' Si Fill ut ~cl' ILL' lit 'Ii 'F. hlIO~ .1 lIt it miii cii iris ii iii.~ ii r mc, milL I ''mutt mccli pc'ci~ri OilS Sd II ii, ii 'h1 I H' Thn metoge 11'R~'~ rnd list ci in' it Go? eminent spending that k~wps on even after ,t has ies~'ci all von; tax mOnty IS a ~na;or jot-ce driving up the pt-in' of everx'thing from hamburger to houses. Old can make it stop mu hue 'Cr' icC C 'II ke ~Otii 1 tctt I, iw is ~ ~A' liv do cxpc ii ses ii. iw sec in tO txtt'cd iitilrtlC There is ,i ii easy oh ic-wi ird .i iThSS Cr dl hew ipiest otis -,nflanon liii tic, 'yr reilly understand what tilLtoil i 4. id why this 'secret tax kerps cii' pping .1 W.by it our checks' Many Factors have exacerbated this dollar-dissolving inflation -the energy crisis. crop i~rices. exces sive and ill-advised government rcgtIldtiofl. wages outrunning pro ductivity. But the basic cause of in Ration is one chat most Americans seem largely unaware of: spending money that kasni been tuned yn In short, iiiflatioai is the creature of debt, and the most i nflatonarv kind of debt is the one we-tinder our democtauc system -are the most responsible (or: the public debt The officials we elect run up this debt to provide the loans, goods, services and programs that we have conic to believe should be paid for by government7 We forget, of a tine, hat 'pal d jr by goverrmciit means paid hr by be kept tinder tontriul ssc ii. ;vind up cmni1b4lliiidiilg he riliji hi. Ii brought ,aI~ itt r he ~eressi ill 'ii the lirsi pl.KC Ii sve expect go'Ctiinlent ci ill 'pCn(Iin~g. lici;.t-ser r ,,,c' q s// "' our per rcmv'n, o/ ~rnern lbs i ilessnic n seek rig 5~ XC ill t ri .11 Ii; thrirciss,, '~es~L eiwv nitty ii ii intl iiisicler the overall Jltts 'ci re'ilite hit go;eriimciir iist.nlliiicciis nl.iS hiM' in irc.i lkciii't lii nrpiies slit ,i;iildlc. cr1 in c'sc'ttIl.cl )r.izr'tiis liii' liSt iiLhlt 'iii tic I 1sF.! 'hr St it clistirilcil t~ Itgi \Xt ill iii is. ,'r~ irsriig iii huh1 hOc ciii 5~itt!tIttit it ittisluilts smut X\~ unIt dutil iursclscN I I iii~uii think ruhi progress clii lit' iii ih.itir ccmoumg li grist rilol ii ill Lid jistil tiiL'iitt hiik iii tint it tht Xii! rciiit 11114 r 'ccarc' ilIc ti in I hit ;sh,' ;s ii, icc!crii his lit stiis ,lisiipliicritirsul' nut and he iiiwtltiIt' ci get flute null ilLlur' lie Ltuiii(ltrihlt htimini .iiid 'urF~er I csiutiries SIC dIreacis h.i;c 'N S 5(11 finn' A tlit hut? ~'en F --t '''c' r 4 Ft prifliK nIt 8 print H' ii. it.t, Ill' JNJfltSLiit I '~ 5'' 5''S2 )t'tu 2 5 Li,''-'52. i'ni.t cjLinIi,!ui ui~hIi 'tqu ii is ~;hle it ~Ft Is Ii Ii I It Si vi 5'''' I Ir~i I it prepared b~ the editors of The Reader', presented In The Bnssine.; Iloandtahle. S Put a duuiflud in the Aigataui

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ITb. lnd.p.nd.n* florid. Ajilgar, Tu.,dcy, F.bruory 25, 3973 P.q. SG Programs may get extra budget allocation By JANET PARK AllIjator Staff Writer A proposal to allocate an extra 110.000 br the sprang quarter budget of the Swdcnt Government Programs was approved b~ the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Council ASFAC) Monday and will be recommended to the Student Senate tonight. At an ASFAC public hearing yesterday, SC Entertainment Chairman Steve Block said lack ot' student support of paid programs at HF was pat-Daily clue to the nation's economic situation "PEOPLE DON'T HAV[ the Illotle%. Block said, herring to concert ticket purchases Block said this lack of support, the increasing prices entertainers were asking and a S5,(~~ coninutnient to a cultural cnxenainiient series, drained SC progrsmvil I .000 budget. With the $6,000 left for spring quarters budget plus the SIO,000 allocation. if approved. Hiock said he planned to schedule the Nitty Gritty Dirt Hand during Dorm Week IN ADDITION, HE SAID he would like to sche~1ule the tint annual spring ja~ concert. Student Body Treasurer Greg Shernian suggested the motion to allocate the $IOAB) be studied further and Student Government fills posts ByJOE MORAN Ahhlgabo. Staff Writer Craig Maurer was named Student Government Productions Chairman and Ron Condon was approved as SC Programs Chairman by the SC Executive Committee Monday. Maurer and (ondon were chosen from ten applicants to fill the posts for one-year terms beginning spring quarter. THE TWO MEN were approved by a 3-I vote, with President Pat, I en of' the student senate Dave Cardwell. Student Body I treasurer Greg Sherman and Accent Chairman Johnny Fuller assenting. Student Body President Steve Merryda~ cost the only dissenting vote Maurer and ('ondon are the first appointees to chair SC Productions and SC Programs a' separate organizations. [he two com,,,attees were previously part of SC Produclions, chaired by Steve Block who now oversees the activities ol both a' SC F ntertain ment Chairman UF jv debaters state champions the U F dt*ating tt'ati won its lit-st state chantpionsh p in 54) years this weekend, heating Stetson University an the junior I he Florida hit ci oil legiate F'oi ensic Association State I .,uraianent w as held ,at Florida Junior College in iacksons lIe on Feb 21-23 Ihe UP Junior arsity team, oil' posed of Hick Mull aney and Juan I 'iv etic,. worked its w iv through 18 "'ci, peting teams tap to the finals and then Ioal against Stetson to heconte state champions for 2975. Fi~e udges are cased in deciding the final winner and the ,ote was 3-2 in Iasoi ol LAP F ach team s zi' en topic br debate and told to take either the pro pa ton side I lie topic argued hs the U F t cant was Resolsed: hat t lie pi'esident\ powers over the budget should he educed. the Li F club has been in existence since 1925 and this year w a' I he first t inc that I hey hose won the state tournament. I he club is hosting the Catoi in' itatiotial debate next wcekeaitl. which sscIl insolse 54) tennis troni all over the LotinIr' I he tour,,anit,,t will be held at the J. Wayne Heat, Lliiioii. THE SPLIT was made in accordance with a state law which piohibits charging admission loan event sponsored with state hinds. SC Productions promotes SG'sponsored events to which ,idn~is5ion is charged, and SC Programs handles fret events. Flie committee also nter~iewed Accent Speakers Chairman Steve Wiener and Accent Vice-Chairman Craig Sikes for the ~st ol' Accent chairman. No vote was taken to select an Accent chairman became Sherman and Cardwell had other appointments, leaving the committee without a quorum. eported back to ASFAt by I'hursday. Student Sen. Sue (line pointed out that the Student Senate only meets t.~ice "ore this quarter and the ASFAC 'wornmendations. ~.hen proposed to the senate need approval on two consecutive readings to pass. "IF THE BILL DOESN'T GO to the Senate until next tuesday. it '.111 have to ~ait until the first senate meeting of spring quarter for final reading.' Clint said. By then, it ~.ill be too late to niake cornnittments to entertainers, she said. Sherman said the source of the funding had not been explored to his satisfaction. He said he thought ASFAC needed to look internally within the SO budget at other possible sources. ONE SOURCE SHERMAN MENTIONED was the SO Special Requests lund. Cline said. I see no way to get more than 13.000 from the Special Requests fund and I know of no other sources within SO where we can get SlOA~ Four members of ASFAC voted to recommend the funding to the Senate tonight. Sherman abstained. IN OTHER ACTION, ASFAC answered several questions Ironi four students who attended the meeting. Questions centered on next year's budget recommendations which AESAC will submit to the senate. Sherman explained the larger request by Student Health Services as being due to an overrun of estimated building costs on an addition to the infirmary I he original estintate. 114)4,000. has been exceeded by $95 An). photo by chip him, Bullish stock market registers substantial gains By RICHARD BURKHOLDER AINpior Staff Writer In the mid N of he coin in uin cIa mci of had economic news, there has quietly appeared a rising stockAvarket. For the last two months the itarket. long considered a leading business activity indicator, has been registering substantial gains. BRIEFLY, it has soared up about 200 points since its lag low a~ear 554) ii, earls December. Frederick 0. Goddard. LIF associate professor of ecoiloilticssaid that the niarket is .iiticipatittg business iccoser' w thin the leg 12 months and, that those iiiost .actisel~ engaged in the present jiarket inc. with absolute certaint~' lix, kin ~ toi' -a naIl iii cit t of t he cli rrent ecoiloni C recessic,,. lluscherc~c ill 1,-obahls be iii effect on expectations -. which 'sill )krhap' itiake peopk led better about the cononiy and the future,'' said Jack ertioti. UP professor of economics. INDEED. LATELY WE'VE HAD such an abundance ci dismal econoillic ae'.s. said James R. Dasis. UF economics profrnsqr. that there is no more surprise left -cspceially since investors had previously allowed for today's bad financial lew s in earlier ins esiment decisions. Rand Edelstein. manager of the Gainesville branch of the Merrill Lynch. Pierce Fen~er & Smith investment firm, said that 'the basic thing that is causing investor to come back into the ,,arket is the drop in interest rates from over 12 per Lent to below 8 per cent. When interest rates come down, added James C. Richardson. UP associate professor of finance and Alachus Count~ commissioner. ''common stocks become more ~ompetiti'e'' with banks and real estate for the investment ~Ioll at. EDELSTEIN SAID the present 'olunte of busing and ii adaiig reilects the interest of the small in' estor "hose active iresetice is 'an tid cation ci future business expansion.' Which means, essentialI~ a prowcted decrease in the rate H ich .1 ci soil. ho" es ci'. a tat toned that the ii ark et could cisi 0 baLk dosi ii again I' itoin the 'est of the sluggish CCOifl)ibi' "WE STILL HAVE at, uneven outlook for variouss sector, ci' the economy' he said. ''with, a' an e~ani~~le. a current demand a', coal-long considered one ol of sick industries.' I liciefoic. he continued, there is a wide variation in the performances of and outlooks for North American companies registered on the stock market btg boards.' At any rate. Richardson added, until we adequately solve the energy problem. none of the other shortcomings of the economy can completely be alleviated, THOSE WHO WISH to take advantage of the healthy ijarket at present are ~&ell-advised to purchase nice. safr blue-chip issues' shares of big, establishedfirms such as Xerox or IBM), said Goddard. Elmo Jackson, hF professor of economics, said American Stock Exchange issues-as opposed to more well-known Dow Jones E~change Stocks-.~ere the best buy for the small investor interested in putting together a financial portfolio. Right now many American Exchange issues are selling for ~l and 12 and )3 apiece-an easily affordable price for the 'mall individual speculator. he added. Duston Wolters. spokesman br the Gainesville based First Florida Equit) Corp., suggested that the average investor should "stick with hisown ,nsttncts and strengths in regard to "here his talent' tie-' In hisexperience. he added. 'onlyoneoutofabout every 50 hot lips' works out' to the investors financial advantage.

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P.*.~, Th. Ind.p.n&nt Moddo AiIIg$.r. Tu.day, F.bn.ry 25. 1975 Arizona surpasses Florida as top growth state By DEBBIE ERICKSON Ailigato, Staff Writer Florida is no longer the fastest growing ~ta;e in he nation A United State, Bureau of Census survey showed Ariona is the fastest growing 'tate OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS, Aiiona ad a 21 9 per cent growth rate. 'Florida stall has an extremely high growth rate.' said Bait Lewis. statistician in the IJF Bureau oF Etonomic and Business Research I he UF research bureau, which estimates Florida's growth rate annually, estimated the growth rate horn April I, 1Q70 to July I. 1974 as 5.05 per cent "ALACHIJA COUNTY'S YEARLY growth rate was 'lightly below the state's, with Telephone su priorities for LI Ffaculty and students agree adin nastration and ad niinistrator's expenses should be the first of Vave options to bear l~udget cutbacks. according to a telephone survey take,, by -a UF statistics class. I he or~ic'r of priorities for cutting university expenditures was athletic expenses; heating. in cond it on I ng .a nd lighting a,, a in tenance c~ pea,'c' instructors expenses. the survey sh(,w ed st long opposat or to i reducing the ogtioti. labi arv expenses THE STA 420 CLASStaught by instructor Mark ang. sir~eycd lOG lacults rem hers. ~a zaduate students and 16 undergraduate students luring the third ~.eek In January. r I Served w~th baked potato and crisp salad, with a choice of dressing, and Texas Taos? G~ wholesome American food at raght neighborly prices 2445 S.W. 13th Gainesville, An a~ crage of 4 5~ per cciii Lew ~ said I htse I'igu res are not c 'act hut arc merck averages for a specific length ol tame, he said. CitrusCounty is the tastc',t growing county in Florida. with a 176 per Lcnt annual growth rate FLORIDA'S LARGEST COUNTIES showed the lowest growth 'ate. "DadeCounty. which includes Miami, only showed a 2 7 per cent increase. Duvalounry. which includes Jacksonville, only showed a I 85 per cent annual increase, Lewis said. It's hard to predict the slowest growing county, he said "SOME OF FLORIDA'S COUNTIES are so low in population. a couple of people loving across county lnies could drastically rvey lists cutbacks I he survey showed half the faculty an favor of collective bargaining and 20 per cent opposed, with a siniilar result anongstudents. Forty-one per cent of the graduate students 1,olled rated Student Governments perloimance as poor. compared to 28 percent of the undergraduates. About half the students ated SC as average, or had no opinion. While more faculty and graduate students lavoi' special efforts to attract women and inor'tv gron ps for ohs than Oppose it. the opposite is a tie lot undergraduates. [lie tigtires show (VI pci cent of thc faculty and 54 per cent of graduate students favor it, but only 4 per cent of the students approved. .e t~ -t~t IAPbWPISJSE. snziW' Street Fla. a change the stat sties. hC said Ni net~ one per cent of Fbi di's pop iii flint, increase is attributable to let iiiw atitir. Net ii i gi at on ~ Ii en 110CC '"w Ic aiim C in than out of he state Senate scar By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer I he Student Govei nment Impeachnient Procedure Act and a devised Resign to Run Law will conic up before the Student Senate tuesday night for first cading. Ihe SC lnipcachn~ent Procedure Act would set up a method by which Sc officers nay be impeached and emoved from office. UNDER THE SC Inipeachnient Proctdure Act, three fourths of the Student Senate would consider an impeachment resolution and with three quarters approval by the senate then the official shall be impeached. The Honor Court would sit as a court during impeachment hearings. The resign to run bill would create assistant positions to student body treasurer and chief lustace of the traffic court, to provide replacements for the two officers it they had I lie .i~erage weekly net mIgration 01 lic ci od Ito'ii I 970 to I 974 was bikE pet sons N at ural ,nereae. w hid, S the ii kinletoF births ii anus deaflis. as only 579 or r at ~a'iie pci od of time. Lewis said is revisions resign their positions. the assistant treasurer would take the place of the treasurer if he decided to run br another office and had to resign. and the deputy chief justice of the traffic court would replace the traffic court chief justice. UNDER CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS, the senate is scheduled to consider zip,ropriatng 12,972.51 for construction of the Vita Parcours Fitness Park. a two-mile running rack with exercise stations along the route. The bill is being considered for its fiyial reading. A request to transfer 123.88148 from the Activity and Service Fee Reserve Account to the Career Planning and Placement ('enter will conic up for its last and final reading A bill to change the menibership on the Police Liaison Committee to include r'o students not affiliated with SC will also LOWe tip for its last and final reading. Award still mystery as prof waits LI F pi-ofessor I-low ar~i 01 tin, and his brother Eugene stall don't know how they won A letter from the Paris Instat tile of Life which was aeceaved on Feb. I was supposed to yield intorniaton about the award. hut t didn't help aiueh because he anfornation was omitted. the letter congratulated the Odums. 35(11(1 two previous telegrams, and invited the ~' 11cr to attend an expense-paid cereniorn ii June honoring them Re LIE profes~r said he believes the~ the award for their life work in trihutons to the environnent. ncludan~ (he study of the energy of ecological systenw BONANZA EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL p1.49 I U Time s running out to get on the right side of the law. On February 28 our Genomi Amnesty offer ends. Those hooked up to our Cable TV system illegally could wind up In a lot of trouble. Firutof all, they'll be found. A special security team is now doing a cable-by-cable, pole-by-pole, box-by-box check of the entire cable System. Second, Florida has one of the toughest laws In the country regarding unauthorized connections to cable systems---Florlda Statute 822.10. It could mean a fine of up to $5000 or up to 5 yeatS impnlonrnent. But between now and February 28, 1975. they can just call us and either get connected osa regular customer or ask us to disconnect the cable. No questions. No hassle. But call before February 28. Its geftirig late Call: 378-2447 UNIVERSITY CITY TELEVISION CABLE COMPANY 522 North Main Street GainesvIlle1Florida

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Pog. 8 Th. Ind.p.nd.nt Rondo AilIgotow, Tu*sdoy. F.hn.ry 25. 1915 EDITORIAL Shotgun A very important question died with a silent shrug last week at the Council of Presidents niceting. With state universities staggering under rising costs, increasing deficits and orders to cut spending, students can plan on a tuition hike in the near future. The question is, 'I-Io~ do you charge the students more when you otTer them less?" When university presidents asked State University Chancellor Robert Mautz last week, he had no answer. The State University System has been the target of massive budget cuts mandated by Gov. Reubin Askew which, when approved by the legislature. will result in less l~culty. larger classes, elimination of new projects and a freeze on expansion of learning resources. A tuition hike is one of three possibilities proposed by regent Marshall Harris as a way to meet future cuts. Larger classes and fewer course offerings, and fewer students are the other alternatives. When these dire solutions for salvaging Florida's system of higher education are decided by the regents, the only input students will have is through comments of student body presidents interjected at the close of every regents meeting. But is this "input" representative of SUS students-and is it enough? We say no. Not when students currently finance about 22 per cent of the SUS budget and soon may be required to fund 30 per cent. And not when the regents continue to cut the SUS budget by cutting the quality of education, and propose to increase tuition while increasing class size. When this occurs. the output of student "input" is undeniably zero. The best solution to increasing student input we ye heard so far is appointing student regents with the power not only to comment, but to vote. We consider this proposal equitable when students will be footing about a third of the SUS bill while suffering the consequences of budget cuts. Sen. Jack Gordon. D-Miami, and Rep. Bill Nelson. D-Melbourne. have filed bills in the Senate and House to appoint students to the Board of Regents. Gordon revived his proposal to put three students, appointed by the governor, on the board. The same bill died last year on the Senate floor. Nelson's bill is a moderate proposal for one student appointed to the board for a one-year term, with the student seLected from a different state university each year. With the reception Gordon's bill met last year, we hope the double-barrelled shotgun approach will be more successful in wedding students to the Board of Regents. We support ordon and Nelson and expect our state Sen. Bob nders and Kenneth MacKay and Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrews to tight for student regents in our behalf. We urge our student body president Steve Merryday take a frw minutes at the end of the next regent meeting to vbice our dissatisfaction with the present system of "representation," and demand not only "input" but impact-students with voting power on the board. And for Chancellor Mautz and the enibarrassing question. "How do you charge the students more when you offer them less?." the only equitable solution we see is to put students on the board which proposes tuition hikes, and place the burden-as well as the expense-on their shoulders. / U ~ / I .~ps 4 7-: "'I 4 No way to run a flagship Several people have asked me, "Why is The Alligator going to court over this Honor Court thing?' and I think it's time fIJIY flA.UiANUEE tot a reporter's response. WE KEEP hearing the same excuses tbr keeping the STAFF IYRITINGS hearings secret, "What if it was you~ Would you want your name spread all over the paper? Would you want to have your the UP College of Business Administration is riddled with cheating publicized? cheating and corruption? Maybe the whole case is being Of course I wouldn't. But I don't buy the common line that overplayed. We doubt it. but it is possible. everybody cheats.' Everybody doesn't cheat. BUT HOW ARE we to knowanything if we are kept from If couldn't resist the actofcheatingthefactthatthetrial ~e~ret hearings? More importantly, how are you to know "ould be conducted in the open night provide sonic deterrent anything? to con~n.itting the crime in the first place. Cheating is something that directly or indirectly affects IF I CHEATED, and thereby ran the risk of getting caught. every student on this campus. It can hurt the reputation of the I would t~el I deserved to have my name put in the paper. entire University. and certainly damage the college in which it Aren't court cases public? Every week the Gainesville Sun iS perpetrated. runs a list of people convicted of everything from traffic More than anything else right now, UP needs money. Who violations to public drunkenness. giveS us the money -the state legislature. Obviously. a Are students convicted of cheating somehow intrinsically cheating scandal will not precipitate an overwhelming flow ol better than those who run a traffic light or imbibe one too hinds to the University. But if the Honor Court could weed many at the,, local tavern? Do they deserve to have their out the guilty panics and mete out some justice in open otThnses covered up? I think not. Neither does The Alligator. 'tSs'ofls. perhaps the legislature would look more favorably the Sun. or Judy Collins. on the University as a whole. CERTAINLY THE legislation can't look favorably on a University which may be in violation of the "Government'inOPINION the*Sunshine Law." Nor will private contributors flock to hand out money to a 'chool with a reputation of cheating and then covering it Up AS ALLIGATOR staff writers we are not out to "get" But the administrators continue to play their game ot people. instead, we try to report the news as factually as 'proftdlng the stUdents' rights." possible. To report the news, we must be able to have access to Whose rights are being protected? They certainly aren't it. The UP administration and the Honor Court are blocking Protecting the rights of the innocent students, or those who our way just as they are blocking your way to understanding ,a low grades because their classmates cheated to receive the fads. higher scores. They are taking away your right to hear what is happening NO, THE STUDENTS' rights which are being protected in the building you and your parents pay for (the Reitz are the rights of the cheaters. Union). in an Honor Court that you pay for (through student So what can the honest student do? Nothing, at least until activity fees), about people you have a direct interest in (the the administration brings the justice system out of the hack students of Ufl. room and into the sunshine. Whet could be mort correct than wanting to know whether Closed hearinj~s are no way to rug, a flagship. The Independent Florida Alligator Cu oNstican Si LA 'T.y KdM. iwweV.Cct. Ma -bE Me C. bylAw To. SecMamas n McGee Jr. Do. bib. Any limp. Lynd.Hatl. mmLy.,bSm. Jane Wo4no,. 0-Its-It UIbdn-chIM David IGel. Nm Mt. ~-n I8Y0J9 Sib, 5-"* Ass O~ MwW A&es~. Ass .boSw~m &jdra 5-qn Mn -Sww Mved~ Coodnr Spec 1.1 han Cm.dbwtr -fto~s Uit~ Noduckn Mequr Ma Pudua, Meg. Ciosified M.wg. Tent Woct ManqMg Mho Mm Jo. wycuflor NSSWS by C.mpua Comm unictLiOflS. Inc P0. ha SUM UaIv.nhtY Lisa., GoI.lIh. PIeS. vM' .4th~ hS#S Sm CeNsus hw,, lift We Uniwesty Menu. ~4n OlIn p1w.: mdM6. kIWIS O.ppns: SSMS MnnI.Ing .,d pmducflon bps: Stilt I

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'F Th. ind.p.nd.nt Horid. MIlgoor, Tu.sdoy, Fsb.v.ry 25. 1975, Pog.9 First, 11)11 (iRt I hi' letter is tI ret (ccl ~c Audrey Herbert aim ~liei ty and their February 20th Alligator icquesting that lim Lor ~cI a I low male chauvinist ic p ~cflCtiatC the publication. IT IS ,bviotts hat they ~ hti~aiids ol other readers) I cardo~ I-ct,. 13th advetliseriicn it) I~tihiii M i k c' letter Iii 2 I I fl hal I aught had CU latch and were oerwhdm n~ly endlil enough to *8%tC link writing a letter) k Ii a tare display of sexually suggests ad' ert i~prg It PS also cvideiit that the pristine threesilnie need to crawl out ol their shells ~iil open their eyes to a few laus oil tie U irl e live in a sexoriented society Sex 'S 'I iN questionably a beautiful and natural act an em als on this earth. rhc di Iterenee itt~ cci, liunians and lower borrm is that 'AC end to think a bout it more. Sigmund Freud believed that rwch of our eves evolves around the omnipotent ph4llic ~smhol In other words. sexual overtones are ihiquitous. Only a hermit can avoid them. THEY APPEAR in our daily though processes (conscious and subt'onsious). in the ted we eat (e.g. hot dogs. bananas, ~r i1,clrupts, shistikabob, etc.). on Johnny arson' I onight Show, and is ever present in he world of advertising. Nunierotis sexual overtones appear in advertising whether we stop to realize it or imot I~or example: "Take it oil, take it all oW. Doral cigarettes Taste me. taste a few Ii.pii~t~in lu~iiia' I ht jest is 11e 12i-c!idirI2 Iica~cr, ike lie ~0LJ think that I h~Igc flittn~ a ~clihi}tii~tis hIon~lt cIt oi lii .,h~' Hell iii,' I hc~ 'ant to wil ~ I lii, leads tu lip next point I IKIzWISE, I he AIli~at~ and [torajclo ilsi, hp'e ~orttethpiig to ~eIL r Iou~.pncl~ 'I st tidenk i cad I lie Alligmi each la~ the EPA )i ~c ci rein dchIas .ini 'cup tciits I he vice is i ~ht. huh? Who do rhiiik a~s lop this Wh~ kcep~ a iitt'A\l)a1,ci 'tich as ibm ili'c9 lit Great Bird 'di idise Ni I lie ki shnas (ill the Plaza' No Iariis Maia' FIta~cns no' Appledorit' I(~rfl4 igairi %~l~crtisirtg supports Fhe alligator .~ iii, the nary students who LC5~~Ofl~l II) it We 'itist jiso iealit one thing. We liven a sIc -benelit sot ci i hi' is to say that I Ctitjicltjs s trying to sell yOU a ,ua If one lay hex conic to the tea I tat ion that their lirrent iiiode ad~ert sing offends the Hisses 'Ahich I seriously doubt) and is Iestr~,~ in~ their 'ma sales considerably. they ill alter that niode. DY SIMILAR LOGIC, ii [he Alligator conic' to the icalizatiot, that their current node of advertising otfends the masses to the point that students no longer read the i~ubItcatiori. thereby lowering their ad~eflising sales, they will also change that facts ii tic NtiggCStlt)Ii it) Oil ltbiii Hi 'A lie c~ H iberi agid M ekes I)ougherr~ 'that take a realistic ~ie~ ol the 'ituatiol' and ci the future. I ~oti ate deepl~ olleuded is such itiak chausmiisiic wxual oseitones I he Alligatoi. that you not expose vo~ii iwri iimiiid~ to he e'il publication. Altec all. of IIfe It Ellis tttr~e ipitids ~ tip II se k cc Iiii lately' 54)0 '1>iilt*s ipid ii p sour .1 Cop; ii Hixs I sic or tiotxl It titidit lie healthier br ~ou is. l1,i;c ~oii had a piece Richard Mufson 4AS 'Sb a~ mint nil' ADUCE & DISSENT Do we need a PIRG? What are you doing? EDITOR: On February 17. a front page article myicared en rhe Alligator concerning the validation of the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) as a student funded consumer group on he University of florid. LaIitIus. I would like to point out to PIHG. as well as to other stpderts. that the most active 'ranch of Student Governilient this year has been the Department of Consumer Allairs. headed by Dan Loheck (Projects include Hike Banks. Student Better Business Bureau, Consumer Guide, as well as may others ) hut group is student untied, and presumably .ilicady validated 85 0 legitinlate representative of ~tuderits-consumcn of this university. I agree that there nay exist differences between the long tern, goa1s of PIRG and the Department ot Consunier Afhirs. However, the ham difference now is the need for funding: (limoney fbi office staff and supplies, telephone. office space. which the Department already has. I feel that the need for student activity in the area ol consumer affairs is an intejiral one br this university. hut I fail to see the necessity otereating a new organization ,.Iuen an elThctive one already exists. I suggest that these 24 volunteerss mentioned en the article contact either Dan Lobeck. Secretary of Con,unler Affairs, at 392-1665. or myself at 373-5654 We can he University wllcp professor sat in his office pale and shaken. He had just heard his job would be endangered if he continued to cdticlae the UC administration. The source Of the threat was rumored to be Bob Burton Brown. tIC dean. ALTHOUGH TiJE threat was vague and third or fourth land, there 'as no doubt the protisor beIWVUI it to be true. They're very dever2 he said. lou can never prove anything hut they make lure you get the message.' Another professor said he was personally convinced Brown 'as Using IllS pent as an administrator to punish those '.ho disaiareed with him. He said he has spent hours pouring through UC 'egords but could prove no discrimination. Still, his conviction remained unchanged. Last 'eck an evaluatha warn consisting of t~o universitY 'reSidents and a nationally prominent professor revie,.ed the liroblern in uc. me7 qeke with his critics, read a survey indicating a majorIjyof Brown's faculty were dissatidied .,itli 'is idminiurshe Mud waded through piles of UC records and history. ,*r TKEIEpJnay -announced by UF President Itoben (7; Mange. ~ crown should be 'coniiiended end endon.d" by the UF administration. All three ire nations7 pranisent educators. No one ~n the ci aluation CoUmlUse CR11 afted to risk hit reputation to sa' the .'a'e~r of as obarn ag dean. Nor does Marines have. stake in continuing Ow" ii OS 1 delinitely use the additional help for the many projects that we have planned. as well as future projects that people ire willing to work on. Mark Stern Lindersecretary of Consunier AfTairs. TORI SUIRODER dean. He did not appoint him nor did he preside over the major contrOverSieS at UC. rhe nature of the committee and the apparent thoroughness of the evaluation leave little doubt that the final udgnent "as the only interpretation that fit the fads. Unfortunately, the committees evaluation still leaves the professor pale and shaken in his office. It does not convince the 'ian ~.lo believes honest dissent will prejudice his choices for professional advancement. Nor does it alter the unhealthy ~iirnosphere in Littfr Hall. the stifling aura of fear and dissatisfaction of a significant part of UC faculty. Even if Brown has scrupulouslyabided by the UP constitution, in* used UC with quality scholarship, intellectual vitality and taned a stronger 'cice for the lower division collep in Tigert Hall, that is not enough. No" that an outside evaluation has given Brown and UC a lean bill of health, his obligation is clear. Brown must prove go liii f~tcult' i~hat he proved to the tOitlflhittqt that hit only bias is the itelfare of his college, faculty and students. II Bro" ii does '01 make every efibrt at every opportunity go proic his 1ood 'nIl. the situation in UCean not be expected to pro' C. ,~ ~iigjemi report and a public announcement can not erase 'i' ~ejis ~if tipitertamflt' and nisundentanding. EDITOR: there currently a controversy over the proposed banning of nonreturnable bottles and cans to educe litter. I believe that this would be an excellent law but I don't think we should lust sit hack and wait for it to he passed. The Independent Florida Alligator Doug Olol frt.no.nm.ni Editor ti, Cunningion, Mcio. Editor G.org. Kodioni.C Jr Poto Editor Ot.g Forr.r Spon. Editor Mmdi K.rfln hat N.vv, Edna, In the meantime we can educe litter and the pileup of garbage by recycling. Although on this campus we have a she to take glass. alunjinun, and paper Ibr recycling many people don't bother to recycle, they just toss these items in the trash. Were all thr aving the earth but how many of us are willing to make a little extra effort to help. I have started a collection of these items in Hunie Hall but it is too niucli for one person to handle alone. I would suggest that interested people torn, groups in their dormitories or apartment buildings to collect and recycle these items. I will be glad to help anyone organize such a group. You can take the items you collect to the back of the commuter lot behind Hunie Hall. Christine Sobrader 2UC We need more courts EDITOR: Myself and many other individuals were recently ousted frog, the University handball-racketball courts so that the Fraternity League Intraniurals could be played. Ilte notices posted iqarding this tournament stated an ambiguous 'Most Courts Reserved. .(underlining theirs). Independent players were referred to the Intraniural Department Sports Manager, supposedly 'on the courts." to find out which courts were to retnaji, open. In actuality all count had been scheduled for fraternity Play on this particular evening. Did the fratnity pEars offer to relinquish their reservations on a ft. of the courts? Of coujie not: this was the fault of the Intramural Department, they said. So. who loses in this situation? Not the Intraniural Department, and certainly not the fraternities. l~ addition, the notice stated that the courts were to he reserved from 4~3Opm until Oil certain given dates. The fraternity playpen did not appear on the courts until 6:00 pm. and upon their arrival refused to allow games in process to be completed. So. why did they reserve the courts for an hour and a half before they intended to use them? Inquiries directed to the Intramural Department have resulted in a myriad of conflicting responses rqarding the procedures hr reserving courts for play, who may reserve theni and how many are to remain open. It appears that there is 6r mon demand for cou~s than courts available, which may be some justification for such inconsistent attempts to regulate their use. I suggest that ideally the University should respond to this demand by building more courts. Of course, this solution would take a period of time before it relieves the problem. in the meantime suggest that Dr. Varies and the Intramural Department get together and take a realistic look at the sitva#iou before making policies that are prejudicial, impractical and unralistk to enforce. Dee H.r*ugtoe basic Fear and loathing in UC

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Ng. 10Th. Ind.p.nd.n* Acrid. AiIIgoor, ru.dey. F.bnhcry 25, 197$ Happy birthday George Georges birthday in Gainesville this year. sponsored by the Alochua County Bicentenniol Commission, was a zany field day, as evidenced by these photos Starting from below and moving clockwise A holiday pig gets slopped with grease in preparation for a slippery chase, A fireman, swinging in the breeze, looks like he's hod his cherry tree chopped from under him, but actuoliy he's lust demonstrating fire fighting equipment We cannot tell a Ii.: That greased pig, despite his shiny coat, couldn't slip through the capturing hands of this slimy fellow. The gricue that didn't go on the pig went on a pole topped with a shining silver dollar for youthful climbers to go after, as this victorious competitor demonstrateswith prize in hand. Which way to the Potomac? And finally, what would Georges birthday be without oratory from fonner congressman BJlie Matthews extolling our first president's virtues. even though the speaker seems to be standing on a platform of youthful non-involvement. 4.' >44V ft I 44~ I I photos by john moron p 'I

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LI Th. Indaa.d.nt Rondo AJibmor Tu.~a th.n.arflM 5574 i.aa I DES~m horn o wd. vo' product for t np.rl.nc. Vii For I,. h'nnt so in phi. port of Plo in th. Mliihopp. horn long be.n sound *ntl, I*NpIllon 112! Id9fl5PQ WEOflINO 404 NW 1St St Sisidy F.Ik ho. Goln.svilI*'s d.y of Noltirol I ir.*st .l.ciovi of rock, clossicol. h. otol body on, folk and big. tP'. 710W. II' us soon Uniw. For h. iso.? .q.o.hv. p.1cc tar oil horn1 ned,, vitjt S.M.ft und .qulpnnnt M.r.I Wisokel. hO NW IS ddo, Audio a. An R.m.nb.r. W.r. a mmli ,r Shoppfrg Or stars now. r.cognlzal by OS 'St. For oil n,.n. a wonh.n. hair styling n.d,, Its Country Mom bcyci.d SquIv at 1.71 8 N.wb.ny frod $10 hiss -sot, ho, I,. sx~r11s. so do it,. job 9525 Donotlons right. For app. coil 377-5459, sd Drlv. out soon. I,~r. .~* re*ra. .-.m.u3.u.mmu.m.mm.ummm.u.u.uuu .um.u.mu.ugm.u.u.m.u.uu.m.u.u.E.u.u. r -------a-----------a SMOKIN JOE SHMDESJ Acrylic Special! kg 4i75 whhcoupon I 4009. y* I 450 I fourstyI@s I Coupon good Feb. 25-Mar. 1 I High times Magazine is here I 424 NW 131h St. I Inside Hoc Records I L ---------------------4 r -----a -a a 5 I Mub-nrooms I I I I I TWOPORONE I 8~Y~ 9' muSm~, p4.q.sot$2.OOplus Spoant char1.and I ii glv. YOU Oft @4 ~O4fl cheic. Irs. of chorg. hm.mb.r I W.V hipyo., point cv hoy. yo.i clan, to ~your own iIing. I I &.beh.a.dpeswIt~. aAmSM~14Fa at 15Th I Wfl&Is.p.UIID I I I Plaster gauer1 lbs GeIne.viPa Cefiter -V -in a~.orA -------THRIFT ftb RE SEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW I AND USED FURNITURE, RECYCLED I I I CLOTHING, HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES AND ANTIQUES -WE Buy AND SELL 104 S. MAINI 2 blocks off Univ. Ave. 372.9151)9 --aa~~~~-------I Hoc Records Sale II $3.99 I I Robin Trower For Earth Below LighifootI Linda RonstadtI I Wet WilliePixie Rock I EXPIRES 2/29 II I. --a a----a --I -a a --a a a a You can have' I a couponi I I page Por1 La -a -:::::: ~~ ..1 Call 376-4482 HOMEMADE SOUPS I I I SANDWICHES tdITH THIS COUPON I I I I nine twenty-One west unIversItY' I This coupOfl en b~*~ tO* di.cO4JfltOf 25 esfittofi any food I I o*d.r at on. dollar or no's. Ofily 0,. COWOP Pr pn, *191 hs 9 I ha00O otfsrflpIrflOfl midnight Saiwday. Match) ----------a ----a -----J New Release r ------------------I I 20%OFFI ON ALL I I Repair LABOR ON ALA. American 8 Foreign Cars Specializing In VWs. I HAIR STANDARD STATION IU1OEMAUNST. 372-01% I Amundlb. Comeuirom ca~ a,1 --------------------------------~~~~~~~1 I ---I I--I I I "A Unique Plant Boutique" 10% OFF ANY PURCHASE Hours: I 10-6 Mon-Sat. I Sun7 1-5 I Offer goad uSE March 3 807 W. University Ave. -----------------------I ------------------a IYIJM r.anuanan' I I I YUM ~LM~JMWIO I I I I Buckwheat 1 Sey. Pancake Mm I I OUTRAGEOUS V OISWUPITflJ I I I I MOTHER EARTH ~ I~!~y~ J p I Body Work & Auto Repairs Joe's Paint & Body Shop 5526 Hawthorne Rd. 373-0362 We abQ4~er low rats. On

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P, 12 it'. b&*44d., MoM. A*tib\ ThMS.y. hhveey 21 5976 THINKING AND WORLD" FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE By: James Spencer Fubmary 25 120 p.m. Rm. 348 Roth Union CHILD CARE PROVIDED A "Ulteily hilarious. -kited ;Zt x TONIGHT *1." No OS um 7 flfl A Fiin b~ PALA MOU~ISSFY C~OR A SNYANSTON ~ r TURI ~fL F AS? at$Iu1m~N~c{EII t 233W. Univ. Ave. 377~3oI3 /1/ Rffissase CART OFFSF its [PR I rtirv I flV ~ r('r Ff114 200 CopieS for only $3.95 ~, OOfl COPES for $915. Luoli's ~s how dS 1532W. Q~W~Stt~ An ~ 4w AEflmEsS' Paw rn-lU I f I A V FIIS&U Up FOR SALE Far sole iflnonc italian faCe ~. Sear, slId, rule coic 60, l0lb7~9 nylon badpock tent 40 I IJiw 2nd Ave (AM-es18.17 troller Iroom, CA OS tO COVtipuI, qu.y a,, cord froui free fri0 must go rno~ oft., 3S6OA.ch.r Pd 0 oft., 5~m ph377-2' Il or 373-8132 (A ST8S.PI 'or sole gor'ard s145b urn able shijre r,,. 91 cortridg. cueing, Only 2 months old, $I~ but will call Glenn 376-809 A-ST 85-P} H.wl.tt packard NPSO like new rompies, with cot. and charger S~ coil 373-8466 8 5 weekdays only to4t46-p) bor.yo 8 track cor stereo 4 chonn.l noir's ho. many feotur. $50 o.k for rob 3760338 (a-S4-6-p) I cougar bronz. with white interior oc pow. stewing FM stereo ape nony good features 378-fl54 IOY to-At 66-p) Fo. .ole Mobil. Home 8' 35 Enc.ll.nt cdnditon Coil after 3 p., at 373-0048 aSt 87-p 7$ 4ondo 350. n.w set ol hooker heodeus eutollent con $75000 or best offer MIke 373-0924 (a 5-87 p) Minolta C.lt'c 35mm V 35 .ns. Never used Still in he box 5.11. for $160 new Only 590 377.7334 (a-St-87-p) QUAD Speok.r Sy.t.rn 4-16 ohmn Panasonic Sp.ok.,s For $80 or 325 piece Buy 2 and chong. 'hot Stereo to ~uod AtLAN 377-7011 (o-At-87-pI clnricon 80 won receiver and ob-24 turntable erel cond 270 new, asking 65 or best off.r oudiavox FM tuner for cor S track $25 coil fr.d 377-8776 (o-S8,-P) Poleigh Competition 0 spd with extras Sfl Torn 392-9501 (o-3t-S7.p) bicyc I. schwinn varsity I 0'p.ed showroom, condition brand new oxcellent condition must sell save yourself $30 off retail call 378-5776 (0 5' SOp) *or sale ~MAinoIta SSP I 35mm camera arid l.sn Sl~ or best offer call Woyne 377-M45 a at-RO p) 973 Qadge 'pot auto A C 6 cycI coded take over payments and small cost, difference 3785028 olice Sun nan wed eve Jfl ft excellent rond l9~ mile, 0 St 89 p1 1971 C$ev Nova green 4l,~ v good canditior no a,, paw.r brakes on, radio power steering gas avert Coil between 8 2 prn 373-3627 a-Si SQ-fr A Pertox Spatrnotic I wiih a TokurTor F dSOinnolokurnorf3s2grvni and o Soligor 13 S 80-2~ nrr Best off., CoIl 376 b0~ ( od5t!p)~~ Cannon 35 mm I S lens WIen, hood arid caSe year old good condition $80 or Best off., Col 392 73'S a-St-Slip) univo. eIeCtri~ piano mint Condition $360 coil oft., 4 ~ 370-9779 (a-St-Np) Fender on boss natural finish with napl. "eck perfect condition $235 coil ken at 392-Nd5 (0 St-SIp) New SAE Mark ~l Speokers, with new 5. yr Factory warranty in your Porno, $450 pair list $6~) Call Wiley 378-9994 in 3t aSpI 1Q73 mobile I 2~50 central beet cii, 2 bedrooms 'ully furnished 5l2~ o~uity & assume monthly note 577 or make offer must 1.11 coil 3732064 A fl-as p~ FOR SALE Mobile home 1Q72 12 x 60 Carpet brick skirt & anchored 377-3090 $39~ must see 4.~ SW 20 Ave lot No 27 in St Cute 26 Mobil. Horn. in country deol for student or close couple air rend awnings. *twoge shed asking SI-a 45-2405 evenings A-ST MV) 30 gal aiuorium complete over $180 niested 3 mo old selling to b~ylorg.r tank The best of everything asking $130 roll 370-5917 otter S (o-3t-BQ-p) 69 Firebird or Con power steering 4broke, auto ron. new exhaust system broke. corb stone. nil or 'od, for motorcycl, coN 372 l~ (0-54-89 p) FOR RENT female. own noon 2 be dxjpl unftirn central heot-oc pet, allowed nice, quiet. peivocy 5 liJIiC, 2120 e unly ave rio 4 after 6 ~ roommate needed georgetown opt, No 71585 plus ijtl awn 'earn pool oir walk or bike to corfipis PIeos. contact ann 37S-2904 (b-3t-89-p) Need to sublet 2 bedrooms of a 3 bedroom townhouse in The Pines Qent will be only $40o month call 373 2670 (b It-SOp) own room ,n comfortob~e oak forest to~nn house $86 mo + A util sosy bike or bus to U' call chuck or bill 373-1617 (b-St SOp) fertiole roommate needed own room hoiior, vitlooc $6250 mth plus I -3 utilities ccli after 5 376-1467 B-St-SOp) $95 subiel utilities electric included or and beet one con,, shoe both. frig, hot plot. block, off campus quiet responsible male grod student desired Avoiloble immediately Coil 373-3627 between e12 PM b-St-SOp) your own private barr,, 01 the Place Aph. completely Furnished Coil turs 01 373 6658 or corns by to opt 20 after dp rn B M 85 P~ Private b.d.oorr Windmeodow. Lur Apt. private both $90-r,,o I -Sutil furnished. cable TV 2712 SW 34th St 373-3558 or 377-64*3 8 1 -P) wanted 2 female roommate, to sublet luxurious 2 bedroom 2 both apt to shore with 2 girls rent 622S plus util country garden. call 372 0177 b-St-6-p) Mole roommatee Wonted ApproM 525 ~ weekly plus utilities many extras CoIl 377 5043 b 5t-86-p) sublet I bdrr,, in 2 bdrm furn duplex 7750 month 6 blks to cartipus available immediately rest of Veb free call 3787547 keep trying b-5t-86-p) BEAT THE HOUSING SHOPTAG! Ill Now is the time to 'tort lookiv, For hot deal borne for spring or loll n1 We hove mony listings ovoil for then a small deposit con hold it for you Coil toty 377-699) Female roornote for sOling qtr own barn, turn pool Georgetown 568 no .I 3 kit' no loose or dep 0 mn bike to Tarsus call Dione 378 5515 lB-ST B5-P) $70 per month No lees. $25 deposit 3 hioclis from campus on 2nd Ave Cozy, clean room, with porch fully equipped pitcher, Setter hurry on this one 12191 United Peal Estate Assoc '13Nf tIhAve Open9nmnro8pn,377 6492 lb *87 p1 Sublet i~ I bedroom apt unfurnished available late March ha, June $165 mnrl, includes AC good view high rise coIl 373-3806 after 6 pin" lb 5t-89-pj female Poarvmnote Wanted t4owviion Village Apt 2 bdr 2 bth a-c heat, pool etc $61 25 a no t util coil 373-9767 after 4 pm Avoidable Mar I b-l~ 89p1 sublet large one be unf apartment Liniveraity Gardens $143 per month available March I cold anytime 379-5466 (5 3t49-pj sublet room a rroncho opts $90 per month pool cc furnished Carpets ph 3736474 Jerry available March I b-So-SOp) WANT TO MO~r It you desire to nave ham your p.esent location we car, rer$ ~ibjes it or find you o roommate irnmedloely ot ~C C~T Cal todoyl I Urlit.d Reel Estate Macc Inc 113 Nf 16th Ave 377-6902 jubtet aug. 2 bdrrn-l both Opt tonipletely furnistied. close Ia campus -or '"are info call Condy 373-1610 (S.5~45. ~1 tiberol roonrnate wanted. own rooni in Aery nice 3 be house 3 blocks to campus. 167 o ma 4 I 3 Mil grad Or senior preferred coil 372-1131 b-3-V-p) CW'~ MDRCIOM AVAILABLE 580 lilies ~hitoge Apis tpihnhouse isrrth.d~ wo bct~ roll Debbie after sin 'L2LA2At4A. _________________ *E&4ALI roommate wanted. $52 25 per r.ionI~ i utilities, Village P~k, At 7'. Feb rent free coil 377-SNO or 37) 5750 i8-ST-85-PJ _____________ OWN tMGE BEDROOM A-bdrrn 3 bath 3-story Townhouse Opt 3 blk *om can'put gIlD fl utilIties free S.stls Mo, I Call 2Th-flE [b-S.-I6,p) FOR RENT ieipl Must sublet nOW b o~ cia t~ C orripo. 377-8759 Help set IC 0 month util mci call ton, after 6 l7~ NVS 3rd Ploce me free (b St-OS-p) -~ Female roommate. own bedroom I hilt from campus. 565 no + 1-3 utilities co11 Schovown o. Anne 377-WOS b-St-S&N for spr qtr fern roommate needed at Iondrpork opts 2 br pool ac, hoot, dish washer laundry 158 4util is. ihru une IS coil 377-80)0 (b-St-Np) Sublet 2 5. opt, furnished, all electric. pool AC laundry facilities, close to campus 5150 no married couple only call 370 4386 b-2t-88-p) Seoutiful 3 BR unfurnished opt to sublease starting 3-' 75 coIl 377-5747 ofter 5 ~) b-St-88-p) Serious ttudert to shore sm 2 barn, house 14250 no -Iutilities call Steve aft., 5 prr 372-37SQ (b-St-68-p) Sublet large 2 be I both unfurl, opt 2 miles from campus SW$205 Mo All x tin facilities included call after 6 ~ 377 8318 (b-SI-88-p) Houses $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992 2 2 bar $125 NW Sect 377-6492 3 3 bar $155 Walk to campus 377-6902 4 24 ocr. 3 miles IoU of F 377-6092 Apti I $85 Litil Poid 377-6992 2 $70 Woik to Campus 377-6992 3 2 bar $90 Sove II 377-6492 4 5 acres Pool 2 bdr 377-6092 Avail for Spring Qtr I $75 Efficiency tJtl pd 377-60fl 2 2 bar Walk to campus 377-6992 3 a Sd, $170 No lease or deposit 3776992 4 $65 Moble home 377-6092 United Peel Estate 113N1 16t1,Aie Open 4AM to 8PM Lamu IV. us p. ~1~j SW -ow L -hflSm C 1G JINJh, i 9.30 CaI WA N. WINS U, 'A'i WANTED BWwte, eW.~ tudlout p bOrn, '0 p., nfl -4 utlI, d.o.tj 2 bIb Iron, cotnpvs lilt ,~ 2nd ovO (C-ST-ISP) Trod. S.c Ii at Med C.nt.r with Sec Ill onywbere on campus W-921 of. 530 All 0o~v on weaken& (c.&-Wp) SUPER lIKES, Inc. PAITS-377-HOI SERVICElOAM 7 DAYS 377-0722 -6PM AWEK 3M1 SW. AECHE R.D. Jobs For Summer Look Promising Informed sources report that summer job opportunIties for coiiege students look good this year National Parks, Dude Ranches, Guest Resoris, Private (amps, and other tourist areas lh~oughout the nation are now seeking student applicatIons Sunimer job placement coordinators at Opportunity Research (SAP) report that despite nationmi economics tourism areas are looking for a record season. Polls indicate that people may not go for the big purchases such as new cars. new homes. furnIture or appliances. but most appear to be planning for a big vacation. A free booklet on student jab assistance may be obtained by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope toOpporturnty Research. Dept. SJO, 55 Mathcad Dr Kalispeil, MT 59901 Student job seekers are urged to appty early! ~~ridy'~bhd's DR$SJJ.A" "Perverse and OntStaining." ~ 130"" Ainetican Rhi Theatres THE MAIDS 2110 1* 9110 P.M.

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-Wi Its. Inde~eS. R.u44 Miles,, Tt.qd~i Eq~.s.ry 2$ 1975. P.,. Ii mass Molt TOSS WiTh CA~ -C~ a Ct,.fiftl'. A ctan~et UPI ~SW5. "Sw York $IeCkSUCIJ PMfltldtflOfl TV CisiflIelt. -* PM siSt AM statleIlt --PM bind wtaUY ow -~AE a -~ mutMSfl. WANTED Med den seek Qonirrie bedroor,, both In 0,,nlr ~o ders behind m.d cnn,., Ii 6 .o prefer r~rod Or prof 'ILderi 3737144k SI 98 p r.,nle ooraore to shore torn I bedroom OPt OYroo opis ~ sw ~th Ave PS mo + ''''lit., coir heoi corpei I bloc kit, Lonlfrs car Bob 373 8874 Si C_ Feral. roommate wanted own room in 2 bedroom duplex puts oh, cenirol hoot a'. phone 3'8 891/ 4t WANIlD TO BUY lenor Ouilor Must be reasonable Most any condition 378 flW onytirTie Ic St-B9-p} Female roommate wanted Gotorwood apt shore 2 bodroon, 2 both $60 coil Now 377 flt4 (c-SI-89pl Mole roonic. wanted to sub-lease or, *wlnflnl $50 56 0 month Suit,., call Al at 373 092 nave in now ft ~-O6pt AXA'. Does S Something for the Everyday Kind of People We ye got o11 the answers Sales-Servic. SuppIIn4.rn ASSOCIATED BUSINESS S1STE~IS anus, I fliNCH I IAM-3PM I FOR 39c DflAER ALL DAY FOR $1.39 I 0% STE IJF~F DISCO I 1'IjJ OPEN DAILY I IAM-MIDNIGNr 1805 SW list 377.0901 ----------------------WANTED boo 'Thin, 50 65 ole coil 373 102 ~1,o A or, A waekerv'. A7 FerrtIe %nnole needed 'mn'ed'otnly niposbie and reel bror'dw'ne $6S mc uul,,,.s coIl 376 24~6 ofter $0! *eekerds Ic 5,16 p Wanted roonate 0~ roorrote, ho share 2 bedroom opt own 'corn & bathroom tar shore with a friend rent $ I 0; t50~ 'iull 4n~ 3 utl coil 3?6-l?86 lcSt 86 V 001.0 & SlIVER fop p.~ces ~oid for w ings, old ewIy, etc confjd.nio; c~ On,. 3Y3-~94 C SO53-cl Help' Female raornnote needed vrgenrly 560 t utliIi.s Cotorwood Cl n.e to campus no deposit, call marlene 373 3735 nnyt'me at alIt c C_ AUTOS MAZDA 9/3 silver g'.y w WI flifl m rodo four door wdon, sid lronhinhs.ion only l)~ mile, 527W roll 376-5012 G-FR-85-NC) WANThD low mileage ~* m loyct wagon Preferably with automatic t~OflIflhI55IOn Call 3flO7~ catalina Pontiac station wagon new radial tires. new *MhcLn* System heavy duly springs call alter 4 W U95 negotiable P&9779 g-St-86-p~ Good buyl ~V WV In good shops Tires 'n excellent condition NIce r~leror and eEte.io. Only $q~ nflO'ObI Coil 372 5425 (g-S46-o} LOYDS CO#VETIE RAa We buy ond seit Jocksonv'IIe. Floodo ISIS 0 and Costa Ave (p2~73-p) F~ SAlE 1Q60 WV *xcelletl neck condut~on $475 roll david 3'3-3A~ a. come see 04 NW 21 St oIler 5 4g3189 p} PERSONAL Wedd' p nvitOtOns $1 40 per 00 bus'nes. cords SQ 95, rubber vamp. mnoretic signs, offset punting ClifI 14o' Py~nting 103 N Mci,, (J-FR-5S-C} Tern, Popersi Conodo. largest Service Fo, cotolog~e send $2 to Essay Services. 57 Spodino Avenue Sute 2~ Torono, Ciii Canada Atso conput ref)res*n ot'ves required PI.05.wr ~te 35* 70 p1 Ponchos Ocokoock, Parks W rome. Te nts Rugby Sh' r5 to'' Shoes Wh.re Slag Spoedo Bnthng Scpts Join Univ nq Cl it Al lens Aquot'c & Trail eruier 3448W Un'~ Jfl 9 33 '1fr 72 Ph~ $gma S'gmo p'edges ~nu folly '.ude 'i' Were so ad that roil 'e OW ~'itfli Our boil wn~s your Ph, S'g sitters II It (Er moo1 ho', removed per Ccl' Fdnt''nd Dwyer I 'ci, o' oqi' -, ~r 20 en'' i' patiencee (c~l P2803g FR6I SUV~MEQ IN fLF~Opf I>,, Travel hories Ut ci, than 'eg ace flaIr to,. 65 lays odoncfl po~reni 'eou''ed ,lS O+,i op0ro~d TWA Pan A'. Tnt'in, o~0' (nil inil lee I 325 4867 PERSONAL ~AMMlE S AnIVED FROM LONOO~ NOW OPiN Sp.c.nlizing in English hair cutting, 6tow waving 0 the in look Anisex ~rap by Coloniol Plow 716 W IJ n~ v Ave 37~-2643 I 50153 ~} Tall John who K,., in trend, qtjarler would Ike to get in touch wih you Wendy 373 2243 ~l Woman s lock of progress ond orof.c'enry ho. been du, to he need of inuol educnton orid oportun.tr ~od sh, be.,, allowed this e~uotity, here is no doubt the would be the caunterpad aI mon 'n abilIty and copoelty ahai Wrintnps (I It-Sq C) On. year down eternIty to go' II always love you no monet whl You will always -fly only cutiel (evIn you. the right thing to dcl (,-1t49-) KEfltANI!D Succuleni rd.blecd.d viq.rs far dInner wIlt. dwk-ho~,ed Rumonion Count Coil after d.njv Sn2794 or 373-5596 (females only) (p-)-SQ0) Coy men and women meet Thums at pm 0' nw St. ecke. trot. Arlca{141 S&p) LOST I FOUND Lost Brown woll 0. hIlt Unlo., lawn friday night at movie keep mont I Ut n.ed the paper. dep.rot.ly Call 37321W oftefl 114-P-9J SERVICES FOSES SQASCED LIttle PTOIIS Ranch informal filetidly oil facIlities 6 in from IF .ll. VS. pmtw. VSmo 3764719 eve (m-IQ-S-p) HYPNOSIS lIPS M0U ATtAIN GOALS BY AIDIPC ANY PI4YSJCAJ. AW WNTAJ. ABILITY -SIIJOY PG -PIINOY .A*UTICS Learn .elf-hypncs~s 373-Z Donald C P~oitC.nIfied &AEH Scuba Clones statIng Feb 2Mh Wreck Dive March 4th Soles ServIce btital, 'on, All.,, (Co-hot of Wild Kingdcn, TV Alien. AqUatIc & TraIl Center Inc 3448w Univ 373-9233 fm-ha-cl mop, and minor repair on oil foreign and domestic autos S. Silt and Mike. Auto Repair at 2225 1 a St a. coIl 3769479 (I,, 5d.87-p) WIPtD fOP SIOMI The Eyerjio., Super Mart UNIVIRSITY OPTICIANS 3~ SW 4th Ave 37B-44b~ IM 50 ~3-C~ Pregnant or think you acre? Gall The Corner Drug Store 378-1588 for pregnancy testing. abortion referral or post-abortion counseling SERVICES Euicpe stoel APr ca Asia travel discounts year r ourd student air trove1 "C 4228 ii it ave tucker go 34 { 44) 934 66~O If 25' S-p auper. theses no ~o~ect lao big *K~ert experienced publIshed wr 'me, e.eocher call 37&5520 M 51-85 P) QuolIly leotherwark never wears out always wears it, At MoScnDu we soeciolize irs custom leatherwork purses belts, coats jackets mandols, trowel bags If Icon be mode of leothe, we Ca., moite it to suit you MoSorDu It W Univeustly Ave open Con, 6pm Monday thru Saturday, by oppainlmeni Sunday. & evenings. 373,',O (l&~'C) OVUSIA.5 Jon AustralIa Europe S AmerIca, AfrIca Students oIl VirOfeS4OflS and occupations *7W to $~ monthly E.perae paI4 ovrtlm. s'ghtseIng Free informatIon TRA~SWQtD ~WAICMCO QeptPO Ic. 603. Con. Mode. CA 94925 (M.6T44-) LEWIS J.w*7C.t,.t CLASS RINGS DiAna WATCH RWAJRS 200WtJniv.nityAv. 3724106 HOSt xum We car, help yOv fInd a horn. oporknert mobile ho,,,., or roon4n.ote th, eon wayl OUR FEE 5 REFUNDABLE jot *. macas ii REALTY Open 700vsIll 7W 404 SW jik Ave ou~OtD4IMf ArMO~~ I.-.'e~aS.iqt~i u' "u 3v&mbnds '~A SE 172 ~PttOe STat Pog's Now Open For Breakfast 7-1O:3Oam MON-FRI. LUNCH SPECIALS New Low Prices 6 W. UNIVERSITY 373*9453

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The Jndependebnt Florida AuigAtor N. 14 l.a.d.y. F.b'w'y 3A, 1974 CENTER K Mann concert fosters
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rrh(. IlNIf T)Cfldtflt Florida Alligator Peg. IS. 1ue.d.y. bIns,125, 1975 fn Id 4th Dy ANDY COHEN Alligator Spouts Writer In Irone of a packed Alligator Alley crowd which Included Orlando superstarr Darell Dawkins. John Lotz recorded his ,,o~t ~.tistSing victory ever, a 66-58 thriller over fourth ranked Kentucky. An aggressive UP defense held the Wildcats scoreless for :22 in the second half and in the meantime the Gators put 14 points on the board to turn a 54.50 Wildcat lead into a 64-54 Gator advantage. THE HIGHLIGHT of that surge was three consecutive baskets within a span of IS seconds. Guard Mike Lederman ~mnk a 20 thoter and then Bruno Caidwell stole one inbound pass and Ledennan another thr the second and third baskets. From there, the 8-8 Southeastern Conference Gators went resting on sale rickets fbi the Southeastern Conference Wrestling Championships to be held at the University of Florida Gym.Fd~.2S-Mar. I are now on sale at the Main Ticket 0111cc. 207 Stadium. from the hours of 830 am, to 430 'a'. Monday thru Friday. All students, including University of Florida students orid j~re-schooI children niay purchase a general admission ticket for any one of the thur sessions at $2.00 each. I ickets br the gateral public arc S2.~ for the afternoon sessionss and S2.SO for the evening sessions. S RORTS cure for ills 9 ators against ranked Cats Into their lour-corner-otlense and styn,,ed the Wildcats to the point of visual frustration and sent the Wildcats reeling into second place in the Southeastern Conference. hF took the lead with one ,,inute gone in the baliganie and held it through the remainder of the flrst half. going into the locker roon~ in front 39-33. THE GATORS' lint half effort was led by Gene Shy's 28 points. Shy only managed one bucket in the second half but teannates Ledernan. CaIdwell and Chip Williams nicre than took up the slack. A disgruntled Wijdcat coach Joe Hall said after the game. We definitely couldn't get up for the game--we were fiat.' IT SEEMED LIKE a different world in UF's locker room as cheers and hying towels was the sign of the times. I spent eight years at Notth Carolina and had some really great wins but this has to he my most satisfying win ever. It seems like everyoneof the players really came around tonight. We dedicated the game to Chip Williams and he really caine through tbr us. "EACH PLAYER played his best game of the seaSon." Lotz said. "Our defense was super and we really controlled the Manic. And control they did as time after time a frustrated Kentucky team turned the ball over as a tenacious Gator defense sent the Wildcats home with their lburth loss of the season against 20 victories. The Caters' overall iiark is now 12-13. "WE JUST NEVER had a letdown tonight.' Lou said. And an exuberant Mike Lederman agreed. It all happened so fast-we wanted to win this one for Coach Lotz.' Kevin Grevey led the Wildcats in scoring with 20 points. < I ~ ~ r~ The hack Student Union and The Institute of Black Culture would like to publicly thank the following organizations for their contributions to Slack History Week Accent The 808 Burger Chef 715 N.W. 13th St Burger King 8 N.W. 16th Ave. Cobbler's Corner 1029 W. Univ. Ave. DoMgans 1123W. UnIv. Ave. Gypsy 1636 W. Univ. Ave. iC. Pointy's 201 W. Univ. Ave. Lony Nuff Jeweler 615 W. Univ. Ave. Lewis Jewehy 200W. Univ. Ave. MISM Donut 2111 NW. lath St. J Hills Millet Med Cenmw Vt V Looking Gloss W. Univ. Ave NA tchells Tuxedo Rental 714 University Ave. Pizza Hut Primrose Inn 214 W. Univ. The Q.Deb Univemity of Ave. Florida Slvnmofls 225 W. Univ. Ave. Tuesday Morning 1122W. Univ. Ave. Young American ~ 206 W. Univ. Ave Santo Fe Florist 210 NW. 8th Ave. Student Government Production 300 hit? Union University College Council 358 LIttle Hall I .P.C. 1st Annual Clearance sale We iDresses Were fl4itOfl $30.00 evcntng LVCOA sio off 'A she Se eVQAq TO 6 Gypsy iflS W. University Ave Open 10 oat. to 10 pap. So?. 10 am. to 6 pa. -by peg. Id~flIC Ir. Gulf SHY SKIES FOR iWO AGAINST KEIIUCKY led Qatar sHort with 20 points k-si SECw tickets COPY EDITOR NEEDED hi, Se next two weeks. Sabsy 09 a weet hr *ya week *ace CALL AStir OAVE TUUI.

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Peg. laTh. Ind.~nd.n* SoMe MIlgotr. Tu.sdey. Fbuve'v 25, J~75 Golf team undecided ~~Tfinal AllIgator Spedh WkIt. Ihe results of the Gators six tournaments between now and the end of April will go a long way in deciding which golfers will represent UF in the SEC and NCAA chainpionships in May and June respectively. IN CONSIDERING the possible candidates for those two major tournaincnts. one has to lit-st assume that 'enior' Andy Bean. Ben Duncan. and I)enny Sullivan along "ith unior Phil Hitncock. have a lock on the top four spois on the team. I hat leaves two positions open for the SEC tourney and tine br the NCAA. The Orange and Blue intra-squad matches have starting somewhat, but not significantly, narrowed the list of prospective applicants for those positions. The final rounds of Bishops annual winter carnival (during which the players tee off every round starting at 7:30 AM. no matter what the weather, save lightning) were completed last weekend and it appears that there are ten or eleven players in contention for the coveted spots. THE LEADER at the completion of the eight rounds is Bob Bailey of Oak Park. III. with a 72.1 average. Bailey 'hot 70-69--139, which ~as also the Tow two-round total lbr the weekend. However, company is close behind. Hancock notwithstanding. squad the sec lace finisher sophomore Jeff KrumnnelI 72.7. BUNCHED BEHII Krummel in third place 72.8 were sophniore Gee AM at MD at irge GrafTh (who is ineligible for tournament competition). Senior Bob Michael and sophomore Jim Hart who led the matches since the third round but who faltered in the linal two rounds, shooting 7376. After those three were sophomore Joe Miller (73.6), senior Steve Stiiyers (73.7). ~ophmorc Jim Goss (73.8), Ireshnian George DeSear (74.0) and junior Bob Meyer. (74.!). Obviously, Buster Bishop will not have an en~ decision to make. scores are inl~ portent but there is a long way to go' he said. "I won't go by these scores alone. There are many other criteria. How a boy is doing currently is very important. If a player did well in October it doesn't mean anything if he's doing poorly now. By the same token, just because a boy is doing well now doesn't mean he'll be doing the same when the SEC rolls around." TIlE REAL FUN begins this weekend with the Seminole Invitational in Tallahassee. Junior Bob Bailey and sophmore Jim Hart have been named by UP golf coach Buster Bishop for the fifth and sixth positions on the squad he will take to Tallahassee on Thursday for the Seniinole Invitational. The first round of the tournament gets underway Friday. Bailey scored the low average during the Orange and Blue intra-squad matches. 72.1. and led the team in total rounds under par with four. Hart averaged 72.3 fbi' the eight rounds and was the leader of the matches fron, the third through the seventh rounds. As expected, the Gators top four player., Andy Bean. Phil Hancock, Ben Duncan, amid Denny Sullivan will also make the trip to flU. The UF tennis team sent out six players against Valdosta (Ga.) State in their Monday afternoon season opener. Tbere was no niystery about who the Gators' six staflei-s would be. Where they would play the question. On Friday the situation was this: Seniors Juan Din and Dave Pressly will play No. I and No. 2 singles but not necessarily in INTRAMUJRALS Sylvia Moment won the women's one-on-one basketball tournament SaturdayLisa Hubner finished second. The men's finals were played last thursday and James Bangma took firtt Mike Ader finished second. The men's independent basketball team. Sharpshooters, overcame the Fur Outs. 45-44. last Thursday night to win the AllUniversity championships in the best of 156 teams. The Sharpshooters also won last years tournament, beating the Fur Outs in the final game. that order, Potter said. However, for last year's Gators. Din played No. I and Pressly No2 Its a good bet that combination will remain unchanged. Freshman Chap Brown of Lantana will break into the starting lineup at either the No. 3 or No. 4 singles position. Another of Potters young players, sophomore John Kunnen. will take the other spot. Kunnen will be moving up from 1974. when he played No. 5 for most of the season. Senior Jim Oescher and junior Mike Boring round out the lineup. They will play in the No. Sor No.6 positionsThe doubles pairing will be Diar-Pressly. BrownBorling. and OescherKunnen. Wewill be witching them around in the order we play them, but these are the ones who will be playing together" Potter said. The Gators will return to Gainesville for their Wednesday home opeuier against Furman, before travelling to Tallahassee Saturday for a match against florida State, CA pus LIFE Study in Guadalajara, Mexico The GUADALAJARA SUkUER SChOOL a fully acctedIed UNI VERSTv OF ARIZONA orogrr wihi offer .Iun 30 to Ausist 9, antmOpOl~y. ad, .t~atio'u loiN on. wrw~v. tis govern.,tIaeiU. Twt4nJd has. SIN. S&dwd t~iCafl 119 $245 Writ.tGUADALAJARASCiWdE ft SCHOOL. 413 Naw Ps~choIqy. Unv.,:t~OI An zoos. lucoO. '75 REMEMBER US FOR NOUR tHOOL NEEDS TOWERS BRANCH (suvicE COMPLEX) BRCWARD SHOP (BASEMENT) UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (sEcov flooR) CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE LOCATED IN THE HUB r r V FI4YWS A. flOCK 3824 NW. 34th Place 373-8936 NEW YOlK UN Insurance Company LII. Insurance i4nht. tmwn. Gmnup Insulux. Mnuitl.u P~Jon Plans U Netters open 1975 season K 'V -S



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The Independent Florida h tr Pucshd b Cmpu CmmunracoI c Go nnsvtI. Fianda No* offically ossoootled we*I if,. Umw ersity of Florndo photo by -oh Inofun COWAEUNGAI ISIHE CRY of thisslippery surforwho shoots the plastic fontaslic. This sizable crowd is not here to witness the finals of the event, but actually came to see Herbie Mann, who gave a free concert Sunday on the J. Wayne Reitz Union north lawn. PIRG petition bottle continues Ey LESLIE GOLAY Aaters Staff Wris, UP President Robert 0. Marston sent Public interest Research Group (PIRG) representatives back to Vice President tix Student Affairs Arthur Smndeen on Monday for another go at validating a petition to establish the group. At a previous meeting with Sandeen an Feb. 14, he said the 1972-73 petition was invalid and would have to be dIscarded. This decision would fbrce the group to gather names for a new petiticn-. ROXANNE MARIETTA, president of P1RG, Michael Berman. a Washington lawyer who advises PIRG groups across the country. and three students met with Maruton to discuss PIRG's establishment as a student handed organization at UP. The controversy surrounding PIRG's establishment involves the validity of a petition containing I 2,.0 signatures collected in 1972-73. Sandeen has decided that the petition is invalid because it is not representative of the current student body. HE BASED his decision on a 1974 Board of Regents bill which stipulated that SI per cent of the student body must sign a petition. in favor of voluntary funding. Marietta said they filled the Regents requirements with the 2973 petition but Sandeen said the repents ruled in 1974 after the petition was iled, thereby making it invalid,. At the imtetling Marston said, he saw no technical problem with the regents or with his office concerning PIRUs cstabtishnment. "iT's MY IHFRESSIO?4 that the question of establishment would be up to the university." Marson said. According to Marston, Sandeen has expressed legitimate concern that other groups will want to establish themselves -n c'anpus through the same student voluntary rurding system that PIRG plans go use. "I sqpe that von retalk to Sandeen and showaim that the student mood Isn't ISO degrees from where it was whet the petition was first lInislwd. "Marson said. WANSTON SAID he would make no firm commiunent until the PIRG-group nut with Sandaen. Morston said the PlUG members should "talk to Sandee., and gel a quickie answer" on whether the petition is valid or nr Smndeen saic he gives the final decision -stie shlodse validation. A MEETING IS PLANNED with Sandeen today at 3:30 p.m. in his office. Sandeen said he called todayjs meeting because he wants PIRG members to realize "thcir objectives' and because he wants to be of assistance to them. "I don't want to see the thing (P1KG) float away. I want to work something out." Sandec,, said. "I'4 NOT TEVING to fight the group. I'd like to see their group exist here. I'd just like to see them do it honestly and fairly.' he said. "Seventy per cent. or I8.LNUJ new students don't even know what PIRG is." Sandeen said. Sandeen has asked Marietta. Student Senate President Kevin Malone and SC Senator Michael DiMaja to attend today's meeting. At Monday's meeting. Marstot, discussed the progress of other campus groups across the slate, and what type of problems a UF PIRG would Ibcus on. BWMAN,. MAIIiTA .fl ~apaflnhwaes TUESDAY F EB. 2.11975 VOL. 67 NO. 88 Bar wants law s chool funds split By KAREN MEYER Alligator StaM!Writer Blaming crippled Educatiot, and General budgets fbr the leopardy now lacing Florida State University's law school accreditation. The Florida Bar as pushing bor separate funding of Florida's two state law schools. Atty. Gien. Robert Shevin said last week FSU's law school night lose its accreditation unless it upgrades faculty pay and library tacilities. WHILE SHEVIN urged regent Marshall Harris. former chairman of the House Appropriations Comnmittee. to condudt an investigation. The Florida Bar contends the problem Is money. Pete Fannon. Florida Bar assistant director for programs. hands are tied as to what they can do.nasth "w col Although UF and FSU's law schools are funded in the same manner, no question has been raised about UP's acnumber of students attending fuiltime. The Oar supports funding the law schools separate from E & G. with funds specially earmarked for the law schools only. As appropriations committee chairman In the state legislature, Harris last year proposed the law schools be separately funded. UF LAW SCHOOL DEAN Joseph Julin said the major impact of recent State University System cutbacks has been on the E & G budget. and separate tbnding "would provide apparently some insulation from that impact. "I've never been a total advocate of completely separate funding." said Julin. Last year. the university system received special appropriations from the legislature for both the UF and FSU law schools. OF $300,00 for curriculum revision and improvements. S2W0,000 went to UP and Sl00,0 to FSU. The legislature also appropriated 1250.000 to UF's law library and more than SIU0.00) Ibr FSU's law library, said Jolin, ThIe Florida Bar is suggesting PSU's law school hasn't received hands sufficient to provide the legal education' they .ant to. said Julin. Fannon said the law schools are required to meet standards "more in line' with those of separately funded medical schools, and should therefore be funded separately also. "THE MONEY bor law schools becomes lost in the shuffle," along with funds for the E & G budget, said Fannon. While The Florida Bar blames finances for tying the hands of the law schools. SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz contends "no one has ever had enough' money to operate the caliber of program they want. "Separate funding wo.,ld seriously undermine the concept of the university as an administratIve unit making value judgments.' said Mauti. "YOU'RE NOT jus talking about educational programs," said Mautz.''You're talking about a constellation of factonY. Mauta said he would not support separate funding. "unless you make a similar argument for architecture, and engineering and journallsan'f and on dews ehe line. Juhin said that the best form of funding for Ur'. law school is "the type we now have." where it falls within the E C budget and is also given special appropriations. If separate funding is approved. Julin said his support would depend on thl lawwkenis findhg raint UFta a whole. "Our success is in large part dependent an the univernIty." said JulIm.

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Pug. 2. lb. Independent florid. Ailigotor. Trnsday, Febnsary 25. 1975 Turkofficial ANKAR A IUPI)-Iurkish ForeigNt Mimister Melih ltsenbeI said Monday that 'I urkey wil shut down i American bases if the U S. military aid and arms cutoff reduced I urkey's ability to defend itself against Soviet retaliation. Asked in an interview if the bases, used primarily to monitor military movements in the Soviet Union would be closed because ot the U.S. Congressional arm-aid ban. Esenbel said: "IF WE are not able to sustain our (ihltaryleffort. yes. because these joint defense installations mean Turkey has to assume additional risk. "The additional risk would be assumed in the expectation that additional aid would he forthcoming. Now, if the aid clement of this bilateral relationship is withdrawn, then all that renmais really is the additional risk for Turkey." The gray-haired, pipe-smoking tormier Turkish amtuesday =C LLA J GN Ot U.S on( to t lifts Or m hdia, WASHINGTON (UPn) banO sales ,Pakistan -liT United States Monday edd its 10-year embargo on arms sales to Pakistan and State Departnmerx spokesman Robert Anderson said the Untied State, in the future will consider requests by both countries bor arnm exports Ibr cas', on a case-by-case basis. While Pakistan has been anxious to resume purchases of U.S. arnm, India-suppied by the Soviet Union and its own production-has shown no interest in obtaining weapons Iron this country, the State Department said. [he United States embantoed arms exports to both India .nd Pakistan in 1%65 when the iwocountries wereat war. On his recent visit to Washington. Pakistani President Aui Rhutto urged President Ford and Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger to lift the embargo .specifically noting Pakistan needed such, defensive armaments as anti-aircraft and antilank guns. according to Roy Atherton. assistant secretary ot 'tate for Near Eastern and East Asian attairn. predicts base bassador to Wq5hin0ton 'aid the congressional ban might also torce [uirkey to lo,.er its detensc opithe southeast flank op the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) fromi Soviet attack. "OBVIOUSLY, if aid is withdrawn. Turkey will not be able to sustain the same kind of preparedness as far as NATO defense is concerned.' Esenhel said. "It the United States is not ready to do so Igtve aid), then NATO has to conme fbr,.ard nith an answer If no remedial action is taken. Turkey then has to review its contribution to NATO," he said. "We are not bluffing.'' Esenbel said. "We are not blackimatiing. we are just trying to readjust to new facts." TURKEY RECEIVED $180 million in American military loans and Mrants in 1974. Further military aid and arm' sales to Turke, were shutdown ~s1,ceided by the U S. Congress Feb. 5 because of lu rkev's celusal to othdra'. troops from Northern Cyprus and aiimw Gneek Cypijot ieiugees trotm last summer's Turkish invasioT, 1o return to then homes in TUrkiSh-occupied Northern (Opaus Rhe I urkish Cypnis have proclaimed an independent uikish Gpiiot state in the northern third of Cyprus. Est n bel. 60. said the Turkish government and mhtlitar) had not vet taken any definite decision on whether to close dow.i the 25 American bases im Turkey "We are now on the way to studying iwhat steps we should take." he said. "Our read justment position has not yet been completed." But he emnphasued that turkey would not withdraw Ironm NA [0 Gurney trial jury search starts TAMPAUU) Ihe bribe,,-conspiracy trial of former Sen. Edward]J. Gurney, the first U.S. senator in a half century to be criminally indicted while in office, began Monday with the opening of jury selection. "I feel fine and In, in good health." said Gurney. responding to questions about a recent operation for an undisclosed ailment that delayed the start of the trial. The former Reoublican member of the Senate Watergate Ford kits Congress for slow tox action WASHINGTON (UPI) -An income tax cut is President Ford's No. I priority and the chief executive considers it tragic that a tax bill has not yet cleared Congress. the White House said Monday. With his chief economic advisers. Ford reviewed the democratic alternative to the administration's tax proposal in a out-howr session that also covered the nation's energy shortage and a potential credit squeeze brought on by the huge federal deficit, Later. Press Secretary Ron Nessen expressed to reporters Ford's "great Concern'" over the speed with which the House and Senate were dealing with the tax measure. 'It's tragic that they have taken this long to pass a tax cut" Ford reportedly said. ('ommittee. only the sixth U1.5. senator In history to be indicned in office. arrived 20 minutes early for the beginning ol the U.S. District Court trial, which could last as long as three months. U.S. District Judge Ben Krentznian called a panel of 24 prospective jurors and questioned them for two hours. The prosecution and defense began their questioning after the noon recess. Krentznmanoutlinedthe charges against Gurney. 61, and officials. Ralph Koontz and K. Wayne Swiger. The judgc said all five defendants were charged with conspiracy "to defraud the right to have HUD and its employces free from external implications, influences and pressures. U.S. orders vitamin la bels WASHINGTON (UPI) -The government Monday ordered grocers to provide detailed information about the 'itamiim content of fresh fruits and vegetables any time they advertise nutritional claims at produce counters. Ifa storedisplayed a sign saying ilsoranges contained large amnounts of vitamin C. for example. it would also have to provide a sigin explaining how much vitamin C--and all other sitamnins and funerals-are contained in the average orange. But if no such nutritional claims were made by the store. the labeling requirement would not apply.

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Another rep files bill to add student to Regents By KAREN MEYER Alligator StaffWriter State Rep. Bill Nelson. D-Melbourne, has riled a bill with the Florida House that would add one student to the nine-member Regents. Senator Jack Gordon. D-Miami. filed a Nelson's bill would have a student appointed by the Governor serving a one-year term on the board, with each of Florida's nine state universities rotating to provide the student. "SINCE STUDENTS ARE the major users of the system there ought to be a student point of view on the board," Nelson said. Nelson said when he was a student at Yale. the administration decided it would be helpful to include student input on decisions regarding the then-controversial issue of tenure. The "healthy results" from that student input partly influenced his proposal for a student regent. Nelson said. Establishing a "healthy communication between between the managers and users of the system will help the university system overall. Nelson 'aid. NELSON SAID HE didn't anticipate any problems with a student working on a coequal basis with the nine-member board, since his input would be "formalized." Students currently have input through the state Council of Student Body Presidents, 'ho are allowed to speak at the end of each regents meeting. "A student vote just as good as anybody else's in itself engenders cooperation." said Nelson. WHILE A STUDENT would only have a year to learn the ropes of governing the state universities, the current regents have the advantage of serving staggered nine year terms. Atty. Gen. may sue H onor Court By STUART EMMRICH Atliat.r Staff Writer The state attorny generals office is considering entering a court suit attempting to open up secret UF Honor Court hearings Asst. Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said Monday. Harrison said he is currently gathering information about the suit. wh'ch argues that the Honor Court proceedings should come under the fla. Government-in-the-Sunshine Law, to see if the attorney general's staff should become involved. Atty. Gen,. Robert Shevin is out of town and is not scheduled to be back in his Tallahassee office until Wednesday. Harrison said he would talk to Shevin about the ease when he got back. HARRISON SAID he was interested in the case because it involved the sunshine law,. which Harrison explained was one of Shevin's major concerns. "We are always interested in these kind of law matters. We have pretty consistently taken the position that public niatters should be in the sunshine. 'There have been other cases we have gotten involved in to try and support arguments to open up these types of things" Harrison explained. ThE SUIT TO OPEN up the Honor Court proceedings to the public was filed Feb. 7 by The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UFP law student Judy Collins. The Honor Court has been conducting its By TOM SHRODER AlIater StaN Writer shower for other to Dr. Bob Burton Brown, dean of University College pulls up to Little Hall on his Sears and Roebuck three-speed bike .hot and sweaty. Irom, his Northeast Gainesville home. He takes the elevator to the third floor, but instead of heading for his office, he crosses the outside walk and brandishing a nm aister key. disappears into room 349A. Ii lIteen mmiinutes later. Rrow n emerges clean andI refreshed, ready to lace another day ot tough lecision-rmakmig THE SCENE described above mndy catch the e'e it casual Little Hall observers as the wdrni whether icturns this spring. IDtsigned is a i estroonm. Little Hall 349A 'as ciet as vacant closet-siwed space when money set ailde for plunmbing fixtures had to be used for extra office 'pace on the fourth floor. L ast spring. Brown made a request to the in 349A. The justification for the request was "to encourage others to do so. ALTHOUGH THE REQUEST does not students. "I had a number of requests from bike riders to get a shower installed. It's not elegant. but it gets the sweat oft, Brown said. Aci'oss the hall from the University College police. 349A is kept locked. Cathy Crawford, UC administrative assistant, has the key-. 'Anyone who wants to use the shower can lust ask for the key." she said. "You have to bring your own soap and towel. though." THE SHOWER IS a rectangular metal box. lhe nails arc bare and so is the light-' bulb hanging from the ceiling. Reside the "ater heater the only other piece of furniture is a green desk chair opposite the door. rhe shower was installed at the end of the summer. Brown said he used it occasionally this fall. p4.oto by Iohn moo, DEAN BROWN'S SHOWER .bring own ap and towel proceedings In secret because of a Board of Regents policy mandating the confidentiality of students' records. Gainesville Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green has issued a temporary injunction against the closed hearings and trials until a decision can be reached on whether the proceedings fall under the sunshine law pbovfsbons. ONE RECENT SUNSHINE LAW case the attorney general's office participated in was a Council of Deans meeting at the University of South Florid. (USF). The group serves as an advisory board to the president of the university, which was ruled to fall under the sunshine law. The USF opinion has been cited by the plaintiffs in their joint suit against the closed Honor Court proceedings. Harrison said he wasn't sure if the Honor Court would come under the sunshine law. "without looking at the facts of the case closely.' but added he suspected it might. IF THE AI ORNEY GENERAL does enter the suit. Harrison explained, it would be to file a "friend of the court brief supporting the opinion that these hearings should be opened up." Harrison Saud he was particularly interested in entering the suit because he was n mnmber ofthe Ho nor ( ot dletense st *ft while a "I always kimd of wondered why these hearings and t rials were kept closed. H.,rri son ad dcd LARRY TURNER, one of the attorneys lor the plimtlilk. said he was hopeful that the attorney tgeneraI would enter the sumt I was contactCed by Sharyn Smiithi tan assistant attorney general) about the case and she explained they ierc interested mi what we were doing and wanted to ind out more about it, lne said. about the case and was stl w'aitin fo rrsoe word Irom him about whether a definite decision had been reached. "I KNEW THEY were interested in these down'" Turner added. Turner said he had originally hoped the anything from the attorney general's office by court date, however. Turner said he 'didn't feel we could wait any longer. and (I) went ahead and liled the suit." Turner said it would still help the case if the attorney general joined in because a final hearing on whether or not the hearings should come under the sunshine law has yet to come before Green. I he hearing on the sunshine law was scheduled for around the second week of March, but an appeal filed by UF Atty. Tonm Biggs to have the injunction against the closed proceedings lited will probably delay the fin.! hearing for at least 60 days. according to Tune No "date has been set for the hearing on the appeal, Turner said. Board of Masters defines impeachment powers By STUART EMMUICH Alligator Staff Wrier The Board of Masters (BOMd) ruled Monday that the UFP Student Body Constitution gives the Student Senate the power to both impeach and remove any officer of the student body. The BOM also ruled. however. that the senate must provide the specific procedures for impeachment and removal prior to enacting Impeachment proceedings. ThE OPINIONS ISSUED BY the BOM Monday 'tre in amne to a petition tiled by Student Sen. Ken Ofizang and signed by he and 29 other students asking for a clarification of the inmpeachnpcnt statute in the constitution. The constitution states that thie senate, bytMitelfowrths 'ote of the full membership. can impeach an officer of the student body, but there is no specific mention of whether that 'ote also means the officer can be removed from office after impeachment. Ofgang requested the BOM to rule whether the senate does have the power to both impeach and remove, or whether they can only bring charges against an officer, for trial by some other bodt. THE Bori SAID IT interpreted the constitution to mean. because it set up a unicameral legislature, that the senate was to have both powers. Because the constitution sets no specific guidelines for the procedures for im peachment. the BOM ruled that the senate iiust decide what guidelines should be followed. The decision added, however, that the senate could In,peach an officer for whatever grounds it decides arn valid. The interpretation of the constitution was rusched by SON members Robert Harris. Alan Gerlach, Pat Wiggins and G. Roark. Vicki Jay was not present at Monday's meeting.

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Pug. 4 Th. Indep.den* Rod. AOlIgoor, Tu.day, Febnery 2$, I975 Greeks to eat ice cream to rais e money Dtla Phi E-pilon sOrOrityV wll sponsor their third anual ice cream atng contest three orrtiesill bne represented at the Delta Phi Epsilon house lot (lhe contest. Money collected from the contestants will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Merle Feldman. one of the Delta Phi Epsilon co.chairmen for the contest, said that s1,500 was collected lest year. Each contestant is given a contract for pledges. The pledges are to pay a certain amount for each scoop of ice cream eaten. The more 'ce cream eaten, the more money that is made. Feldman said. There will be 22% gallons of Ice cream prepared for the contest, which is open bo the public. Conference hos ts authors john Ciardi, poetry editor of the Saturday Review. will speak tonight in the]J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium and lames Jones, author of the best-selling novel, "From Here to Eternity" will speak Wednesday in the union. Both lectures begin at S p.m. Ciardi and Jones are two of' 'even writers at UF this week to take part m the Sixth Annual Florida Writers Conference. The independentFiernd0 Ali'otcr iso ptjtiicon of Conipus Cormmunicoauons 'ncorpo'oied o pr'ynte non probf or poralion It .5pLbJ shed t'e ii ret Ayo~s wen-tS ubshed5 se vekli mnd djrmqsrudent holudoys ond *m pods Opun ons expressed in he not tose of the Uiersil ofmFord0 the ~ompuis sercied by the independent Flat 'd Ai'cgoio, Addreus correspon de,,e 0o The independent Fiorido Al-cnto' P0 So. 3266 Lunitv t Sd,'r ydo e l die ro do3e I is second oss m,,'lIer 0 the Uruqed Stone. Post Ottt at ines iie FIon do Subwnitine ss~20 cpeeo $s so opr co'tr Ru'Jk busc,'ptrns ore orovded Ihocugh itdeni government tor he jtden', at the Uni vericty of Fionda The iridepsndenr Fhorido Align,0r, reserve' the ''git 0o regulate ih9 typogrophcch tone! ni al adverusemrers and to r.,use 0r turn owny oiJ copy t consider, ob1.ctuonobh. The independent Fharido Afiigoior wilL not consider odiusvrment. a'poymren' for any odvertisemeni. nvohv'ng rypogrophicol error or .rroneou. in sertiofl unless notice rs given o the odverusen nngerwith,{I) day ot.% She ody.tisement appears The in. depefldeft Fiouido Aricgaer wil not be so Fns sevdi times Theres no such thing as a It's a dull term, but something called the "public debt" has been piling up for years because our tax dollars haven't come close to paying for all of the services and programs we've been demanding. In fact, just the annual i'erest charge on this debt recently hit a cool $29 billion. Nevertheless, many politicians say, Relax, Uncle Sam can simply print the money to cover the cost." Not so, as this story from The March Reader's Digest makes clear. For with skyrocketing prices people stopped buying. And now we've got recession. Hlow to get out of the mess? Read on. (hiGver nmemi ma p tnt mc ney, but this a 'lly the symbol ol wealh,. 1eaii wealth is the value of the gcnids wm services produced by w' rktg meni ,iin womiet, It is their lay for niikm g a rs, hi.uses, clothes. bok s, tuirimttre .itd ill the other myvriad iigs wC are xccUStOmiled to Gcvcrinmeim tde1,cids tipt this weath Iihat we create,. imn tikes from each it us a icirtoil cf it through taxes I nI otier revetites. ILii sear we iiu ii ut 5255,4 hil hii mIrderil tixes. ULt'th tuciarely, lie gmrlmenlt itot cunly s1,en all h mines it kcpr right cii spend sw gae it \id it has zeneralN 1liit t smle lor sCars'.peinig uis hblhn mire ihut iiomli in he tis scars 1Q71 liriiugh iil4 lb '' ''litre the tricille 'tar,' -un nu(,is elesiprs. LOliA gus I''m5eSt rc teil ri 'Vitdtlddclk r L 'I,'*nii histI goes Ltt JAhM 2c''emrinmem Lilt thle ISeI ge i/iOt zcru~ s [iirrowe r iii the tiiai ithuduah(ms n bhest k '. u them iisers hi'cit la diher Iciders niitei \ilc that a nd heir h he he iiiitei liierem i kt.he runtln Result X\1 A mK bk'm ITI 5:i silhiun im it [h e ibl s t 10 it 11 dSbC rc 'tle u. bilk ism. hil ADVERTISEMENT government mlittrs tfter our ix mni~iev ha run our. We pay by shelling liut that secret tax that adds ten tents to a pourd of bacon. $5 to a put if shocs. S2c to an electric icive Now this is the ,art of infation hat most if s don't fbullv tindert.ind flow the government's indebt cdiess pushes up the prices of the things we buv. It works this way We cai't print imoiev to cover our own debts. The tederail giuern ment. however, can: rh r'ugh a c(mp lex protedu tre ca lied "monetary policy," the Federal Re sen r tes dollars And transfers them in baiiks The bitmks mike liiins immi heweinew "assec s Thus, mliiiie s it"umipd mQ0 bhe eCOno) mis"-mn~ones thit was 'rigiialk inliimg more thim the figures on a Fe. evil R ese rs c herck: s 1n more cireil hi tip be printed to coser ic nn ciull, s Miii; cm these diil citsriuiitie ihrciuih hbink ciatis oh tirli TS Lcntls Thes find their nsa lnci the ccrlnms through ;,riois chimmlrthil tr misictctrs It1, whb, his estaished the need lor best 'ics cf,]ibrs ii lie irst place \\e 11 is-thriugh the mrns things se ok imerinmenit tri "di trir us,. hihrpuh [lc~iIs arid granll to busi iiree inNo. research iroutis, thri iich .id prigrinis (t i1ids H emiemhe r mivSt if these tetenc iuillrs hi; not been earned b; Ir' dltciig iin;ching Thes met-ci comn 'eie n Rth lair vpi;.hetk dollar; hr n latener totd iii!sen ces iseand tbers hi e'r r idua' Resuli The To sell your goodies soon (not latirn JUTI RISF-\t\ -q. tC0o40 a; Only :' THE nawonder why yu fee poorer eventhuh yo'eprobablymkmg more moneythn yor father vr dreamed of> You finally bought that house. You drive a nice car Maybe you're making payments on that boat you always wanted. But why did that new ile in the kitchen cost so much more than you expected' Why did the bill iior that washingoldest of etcmnc ma I. A s takes ce.k. Wih mcire money irotini' than isitlable goods, prices ne-.md infliton is tipOt u1., C k., F.;ervkdy a L, ahmu it lostt t-servhedv leel i P ii ; I' tal wStdo bout ira (kert.nls. increase irrmt U n -cito us prlducig mire l he Iiollairs we erim -is die ii tile most et~ti cnitrS ci iim~tini M,mv Iusiit ses .imi dlcibc.itel wi'rrker.; i'r perirrmed! iaiai2 teats if iii ilL t i. li t r ,t Qi il hii 1hl lis i 1511 il the iim0 ii I it i ttiabhnig lieu w ages, iii pr prlt f their pro lit u! li r Tthe S il i r d l r is iri miiir i Iti r coin i \\ ,hlimlktcn I) lihi Sill nil t mruaclecirtl Ihitsiii uNll i lii M il I mn li ot 'i' ont F. lIOe .1 lt it mii ci irias ii iii. i r mc il ''ut hcl p'ii 11'Rs' rnd list cit in it Go? rnment spending that kawps on evn after ,t has iesedc all yon;r tax mlOt'y IS a inalor thing from hamburger to houses. mu hme 'Cr'e icCd I e yOtir brctt h Whiy~~' i do cxpcenises ni. w seemi tO txtt'cd iintmetl There is ,i i easy o -wi rd .iinSe r -dl thee iqiestins -,nflaton liii tic wyr reilly understand what ttoil i 4. .d why this "secret tax kerps cippmng .Waby at ourpa checks' Many Factors have exacerbated this dollar-dissolving infation --the energy crisis crop iprces, exce sive and il-advised government rcgtuldtofl. wages outrunning pr ductivity. But the basic cause of iRation is one chat most Americans seem largely unaware of: spending money that kasn'i been tarned yet In short, iiifatioan is the creature of debt, and the most imflationarv kind of debt is the one we-tinder our democracies system --are the most responsible (or: the publicdebt The officials we elect run up this debt to provide the loans, goods, services and programs that we have conic to beeveshoud e -paid for by government. We forget, of a trse, that "pal d jhr by goverrnmeit means paid hor by be kept tinder tontrl ss weii. wmid up comiouniidiig the milij n whi.hI brought ,aIb ut r he ressiwil mi the lirsi pl.KCe Ii wve expect goCtinment ci ill spemn(Ing hici.t-er r ,,,c .ds/ r"' our per rcmvn, o/ gorenern lbs iniessmecn seek rg 5speC il t ri hi; thriris, 'n seL 1eitv mitty m ii intl itiisier the overall JItats 'c re'ilie t~ gmerinmcii imstlliiicis ml.i hiMs' i ihr rcai lkciiise lh mnie sli ,imilal h., c r imno c'ttlmcl )rozr'ims mii lihm t ight 'ii ti I 1s. 'hr Stui hlistrdl te Itgi \\t ill ii is. ,r irsrig iii hulh1 ittsluilt smtXyuntdtl uslc I I iiinu imk ruhi progre s cli li'mi i rk s hoirm umg lih ris o rilo i il Liod isti| tii'imt hiik ii int ut tht \iid rcimtm1111 r 'ce arc' il
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Th. lndependen* florid. Ailgaor, Tu.,dcy. February 25, 3973, Pagq. SG Programs may get extra budget allocation By JANET PARK AllIjator Staff Write'r Proposal to allocate an extra 110.000 bor the sprang quarter budget of the Stwdcnt Government Programs was approved by the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Council ASeAC) oonday and will be recommended to the Student CAt ra ASA pbli heksaring yesterday, SC uEntertainment programs at UF was pataily clue to the nation's economic "PEOPLE DON'T HAV[ the Imote%." Block said, d eerring to concert ticket purchases Block said this lack of support, the increasing prices entertainers were asking and a S5,(00 commitment to a cultural cnxernaimment series, drained SG progrsmsil I ,000 budget. With the $6,000 left for spring quarter's budget plus the SIO,000 allocation. if approved. Hiock said he planned to schedule the Nitty Gritty Dirt Hand during Dorm Week IN ADDITION, HE SAID he would like to schedule the tint annual spring jan concert. Student Body Treasurer Greg Shermian suggested the motion to allocate the $IO.AB) be studied further and Student Government fills posts By JOE MORAN Ahlgabor Staff Writer Craig Maurer was named Student Government Productions Chairman and Ron Condon was approved as SC Programs Chairman by the SG Executive Committee Monday. Maurer and Condon were chosen from ten applicants to fill the posts for one-year terms beginning spring quarter. THE TWO MEN were approved by a 3-I vote, with President Par, -em of' the student senate Dave Cardwell. Student Body I reasurer Greg Sherman and Accent Chairman Johnny Fuller assenting. Student Body President Steve Merryday cost the only dissenting vote Maurer and ('ondon are the first appointees to chair SC Productions and SG Programs as separate organizations. [he two comm,,ttees were previously part of SG Produclions, chaired by Steve Block who now oversees the activities ol both a' SG F ntertamnment Chairman UF jv debaters state champions the U F dtbatimg tt'atm won its lir-st state chamtpionsh p in 54) years this weekend, heatmng Stetson University mn the punior I he Florida int col legiate F'oiensic Association State I .urinment w as held ,at Florida Junior College in iacksons lle on Feb 21-23 The UP Junior arsity team, coimposed of Rick Mull aney and Juan I mvenec,. worked its w iv through 18 "cimpeting teams tap to the finals and then Ioan against Stetson to heconme state champions for 2975. Fie judges are used in deciding the final winner and the ,ote was 3-2 im Iasoi ol LAF F ach team is zi'en topic bor debate and told to take either the pro pa ton side, I lie topic argued hs the U F teamt was "Resolsed: that thle presidentt\ powers over the budget should he seduced." the LU F club has been in existence since 1925 and this year w a' Ihe first t imc that I hey hose won the state tournament. I he club is hosting the Gatoi in'itatiotial debate next weekeaid. which wsIll mnsolve 54) tennms troni all over the Loutn I he tournamnt will be held at the J. Wayne Heat, Llmioi. THE SPLIT was made in accordance with a state law which piohibits charging admission lo an event sponsored with state hinds. SG Productions promotes SG-sponsored events to which idnmission is charged, and SG Programs handles fret events. Fhie committee also nterviewed Accent Speakers Chairman Steve Wiener and Accent Vice-Chairman Craig Sikes for the post ol' Accent chairman. No vote was taken to select an Accent chairman became Sherman and Cardwell had other appointments, leaving the committee without a quorum. reported back to ASFAt by I'hursday. Student Sen. Sue (line pointed out that the Student Senate only meets twice more this quarter and the ASFAC reormmendations. w.hen proposed to the senate need approval on two consecutive readings to pass. "IF THE BILL DOESN'T GO to the Senate until next tuesday. it '.1ll have to wait until the first senate meeting of spring quarter for final reading.' Clint said. By then, it w.ill be too late to make commnittments to entertainers, she said. Sherman said the source of the funding had not been explored to his satisfaction. He said he thought ASFAC needed to look internally within the SG budget at other possible sources. ON ERESERMAN MENTIONED wa theo SO Special Requests fund and I know of no other sources within SG where we can get SlOA00 Four members of ASFAC voted to recommend the funding to the Senate tonight. Sherman abstained. IN OTHER ACTION, ASFAC answered several questions Ironi four students who attended the meeting. Questions centered on next year's budget recommendations which AFSAC will submit to the senate. Sherman explained the larger request by Student Health Services as being due to an overrun of estimated building costs on an addition to the infirmary I he original estimate. $144000. has been exceeded by $95.A0). photo by chip him, Bullish stock market registers substantial gains By RICHARD BURKHOLDER AI~gpior Staff Writer In the mid N of the coin inuing cla mci of had economic news, there has quietly appeared a rising stocknvarket. For the last two months the market, long considered a leading business activity indicator, has been registering substantial gains. BRIEFLY, it has soared up about 200 pois since its lasg low anear 554) in, earls December. Frederick 0. Goddard. LIF associate professor of ecoinomlics. said that the market is .iiticipatintg business iccoser' w thmn the legt 12 months and, that those most .actisely engaged in the present market ire, with absolutee certainty." lixking toi' '"a naull ii ctt of t he current ecoinonie recess llmsherec ill 1,-obah "be iineffect on espectations"which 'sill )krhap' makee peopklede better about the cononmy and the future,'' said Jack \ertiot. UPF professor of economics. INDEED. LATELY WE'VE HAD such an abundance oc dismal economic ne's. said James R. Dasis. UF economics profrnsqr. that there is no more surprise left -speially since investors had previously allowed for today's bad financial new s in earlier iesiment decisions. Rand Edelstein. manager of the Gainesville branch of the Merrill Lynch. Pierce Fenner & Smith investment firm, said that "the basic thing that is causing investors to come back io the market is the drop in interest rates from over 12 per Lent to below 8 per cent." When interest rates come down, added James G. Richardson. UP associate professor of finance and Alachus County commissioner. ''common stocks become more sompetti'e" w ith banks and real estate for the investment dIoll at. EDELSTEIN SAID the present 'olumte of busing and iiadaig reflects the ierest of the small iestor "hose active iresetice is 'an mid cation ci future business expansion.' Which means essentialI. a prowceted decrease in the rate HRich .rcisoil. ho"e e i' a tttoned that the mark et could eisil go back dosi i againm to-inm the 'est of the sluggish "WE STILL HAVE an, unesen outlook for 'arious sector, cif the econom'." he said. ''with, a' an exanmple. a current demand am coal-long considered one of of sick industries."' I lirefoic. he continued, there is a wide variation in the performances of and outlooks for North American companies registered on the stock market "btg boards.' At any rate. Richardson added, unti we adequately solve the energy problem. none of the other shortcomings of the economy can completely be alleviated, THOSE WHO WISH to take advantage of the healthy market at present are well-advised to purchase "nice. safr blue-chip issues' shares of big, establishedfirms such as Xerox or IBM), said Goddard. Elmo Jackson, UF professor of economics, said American Stock Exchange issues-as opposed to more well-known Dow Jones Exchange Stocks--were the best buy for the small insestor interested in putting together a financial portfolio. "Right now many American Exchange issues are selling for sl and 12 and )3 apiece"-an easily affordable price for the 'mall mndisidual speculator. he added. Duston Wolters. spokesman bor the Gainesville based First Florida Equit) Corp., suggested that the average investor should "stick w ith his own mnsttncts and strengths in regard to "here his talent' tie." In his experience. he added."'onlyoneoutofabout every 50 'hot lips' w orks out' to the investor's financial advantage.

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P.g*., Th. Independent Mordo AiIg$.r. Tu.day, F-sbn.ry 25, 1975 Arizona surpasses Florida as top growth state By DEBBIE ERICKSON Ailigator Staff Writer Hlorida is no longer the fastest growing state in he nation A United State, Bureau of Census survey showed Arizona is the fastest growing 'tate OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS, Ariiona had a 21 9 per cent growth rate. "Florida stall has an extremely high growth rate." said Bait Lewis. statistician in the UJF Bureau oF Etonomic and Business Research I he UF research bureau, which estimates Florida's growth rate annually, estimated the growth rate hrnm April I, 1Q70 to July I. 1974 as 5.05 per cent "ALACHIJA COUNTY'S YEARLY growth rate was 'lightly below the state's, with Telephone s u priorities for LI Faculty and students agree adinnmstration and ad nnistrator's expenses should be the first of Vave options to bear budget cutbacks. according to a telephone sursey take,, by -a UF statistics class,. I he ordicr of priorities for cutting university expenditures was athletic expenses; heating. in cond itionmI g .and lighting again tenance ex peaec; instructors' expenses. the survey shw ed strong opposat or to i educing the lnlogptioti. la rv expenses THE STA 420 CLASS,taught by instructor Mark ang. sirseycd lOG lacults mem h ers. 4a ziaduate students and 216 undergraduate students luring the third w.eek In January. r I Served with baked potato and crisp salad, with a choice of dressing, and Texas Taos? Go wholesome American food at rght neighborlyprices 2445 S.W. 13th Gainesville, An asecrage of 4 58 per ccent Lew a said I htse I'igu res are not ce'act hut arc mereh averages for a specific length ol tame, he said. CitrusCounty is the tastcet growing county in Florida. with a 17 6 per cnt annual growth rate FLORIDA'S LA RGEST COUNTIES showed the lowest growth 'ate. "DadeCounty. which includes Miami, only showed a 2 7 per cent increase. Duvalounry. which includes Jacksonville, only showed a I 85 per cent annual increase," Lewis said. It's hard to predict the slowest growing county," he said "SOME OF FLORIDA'S COUNTIES are so low in population. a couple of people moving across county lnes could drastically rvey lis ts cutbacks I he survey showed half the faculty an favor of collective bargaining and 20 per cent opposed, with a sinilar result amongstudents. Forty-one per cent of the graduate students polled rated Student Government's perloi mance as poor. compared to 28 per cent of the undergraduates. About half the students ated SG as average, or had no opinion. While more faculty and graduate students lavoir special efforts to attract women and iunor'ty gron ps for lohs than Oppose it. the opposite is ti e lot undergraduates. [lie tigtires show (VI pci cent of thc faculty and 54 per cent of graduate students favor it, but, only 4 per cent of the students approved. .Ne t~ -ingtos IAustISJE. thsnzi:W Street Fla. a change the state sties. he said Nimets one per cent of Flo did's pop iiiafin increase is attributable to let iiiw atiti. "Net n igi at on 1, Ihen more Iepl moie C in than out of the state Se nat e s c ar By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer I he Student Govei nment Impeachmient Procedure Act and a tevised Resign to Run Law will conme up before the Student Senate tuesday night for first reading. Ihe SG ipcachnment Procedure Act would set up a method by which Sc officers may be impeached and removed from office. UNDER THE SC Inmpeachmient Proctdure Act, three fourths of the Student Senate would consider an impeachment resolution and with three quarters approval by the senate then the official shall be impeached. Th Honorh Cour woul sit as a court The resign to run bill would create assistant positions to student body treasurer and chief lustace of the traffic court, to provide replacements for the two officers it they had I lie .ierage weekly net migration 01 lhe ci od Itomi I 970 to I 974 was b.ik0 pet sons Nat ural ,nerease. w hid, is the iinmber oF births ni nus deaths. was only 579 lor rhat samie pei od of time. Lewis said is revii on s resign their positions. >he assistant trasurerd woud take the another office and had to resign. and the deputy chief justice of the traffic court would replace the tric cou rt che jutiENT the senate is scheduled to consider zippropriatmng 12,972.51 for construction of the Vita Parcours Fitness Park. a two-mile running rack with exercise stations along the route. The bill is being considered for its fiyial reading. A request to transfer 123,881 48 from the Activity and Service Fee Reserve Account to the Career Panning and Pla n (enter A bill to change the membership on the Police Liaison Committee to include rwo students not affiliated with SCwill alsocLOme tip for its last and final reading. Awa rd s till mys tery as prof wa its LIF pi-ofessor H-ow ardi 01dum and his brother Eugene stall don't know how they won A letter from the Paris Instat tle of Life which was aeceaved on Feb. I' was supposed to yield intornmation about the award, but rt didn't help amueh because lhe mnformation was omitted. the letter congratulated the Odums. 35(11(1 two previous telegrams, and invited the tw' mecn to attend an expense-paid ceremions m June honoring them Rhe LUE professor said he believes there o the award for their "lie work" inw trihutions to the environment. includmg~ (he study of the energy of ecological systems. BONANZA EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL I U Time's running out to get on the right side of the law. On February 28, our Genormi Amnesty offer ends. Those hooked up to our Cable TV system illegally could wind up In a lot of trouble. Firut of all, they'll be found. A special security team is now doing a cable-by-cable, pole-by-pole, box-by-box check of the entire cable system. Second, Florida has one of the toughest laws In the country 'Butbetween now and February 28, 1975, they can just call us and eihrget connected s a regular customer or ask us o disonnec the No questions. No hassle. But call before February 28. It's geftinig late Call: 378-2447 UNIVERSITY CITY TELEVISION CABLE COMPANY 522 North Main Street GainesvIlle, Florida

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.-----------4 FREE EtilCitoNC ENG4NE ANAaysgs a 10 percent an plus,. pTh. Cond & aor stn Feb 28 LL J 94 .AI S OnEar 312524 t S I a Y our Symbol Of Your 0 Finest Class S uccess." Ring Quality.Largest Selection 0 Fully Guaranteed Available Now Fo S Perfectly Fitted b y r Ail P Classes rofessijona I Jewelers HEG;IMTEFIEI JKR ELERS American Member Gem Society ''Yt IN IMI GAIN~sVIW MALL BEER aN SUNDAY NUBBY'S T ACKLE eo I Bh South ot Light Newberry. Flo JUST SIT TING AROUND? Mov, forward with Peach Corps and VISTA. Us. iour ooi.g. dog.e o rsne mnminfu wo A yeor isIA a. 2 yeor' n Peace Corpi will odd a unique d,mension to your Id.and toth *,vIy*of tho. you ilb. holpinq Pooc. Corps ond VISTA oil., rmor. +oan 700 choucos ol solunt.r o.ignments in rh. U s A Africo Au0a Lotin Americo and 'ho south Pocili Th. programs are or ogr'cuitur. bu'.r,.ss eorir orhirett r. *g'rrng n ow iibrh arts homn, economics arts ct, aoct sitng arune s ,wher. nd out If yow tomoo *0 ch.leng.54.s hPecc.C.rp.-V'sA '.cnilrsosceimpu. F.a 2.7bohCeonaed.,r infrontoI *. ilhm'y-Wns. 1W. ind'.od'n"''''d'^'"'''t'-'u''iq' reh.,y 2s Computer -, printouts allo Ws elf-a dvisem ent B. TERRI SALT Alligator Staff Writer C Iimll(ter-assisied idsemiem lp st~dntsin the College ot Ails and &rie lie' 'lidke up 'heir onn iicheduLies Lir reg sirat ion without the helj, ol academic .jduw151 rts and sciences siuldenit can pick tip toili1luter printout each quarte. w hwth lists all he courses he has taken, the grades he ieCL'Ced. andl the course' he need' to eaduate. said Dr. David Sirvkei. assistant dIean ol arts and sciences. "IF THE STUDENT CHOOSES to seea counselor, he can." Stryker said. The pilot seli-registratton program began three years ago when the College of Arts and Sciences decided to use money they received in a grant to set up com~puter-assisted advisenment. The program is carried out through cooperation with the registrar's office, which feeds the student's academic record into the computer. UF Registrar Louis Voyles said. THE REQUIREMENTS FOR graduation are put into the computer by programmers from arts and sciences. Voyles said. The student academic record imached with degree requirements to product the academic advisement printout. Voyles explained. Israel prof Dr. Anon Gutfeld, senior lecturer at Tel Aviv University. will speak at UF on "U S. in the Middle East"Wednesday. Gutfeld. presently touring the U.S. will speak in room 105B of tht Architecture and -LOUIS VOYLES ..UF regiarr PROVIDING COMPUTER advisement to alt UF colleges has been proposed to the Office of Acadenmlc Affairs. Voyles said. However, the financial situation has presently made expansion of the program impossible. Voyles said. Voyles said the major cost mnvolved is not In computer time but in clerical expenses. Every time a student's records ate revised. such as when a grade is changed, te in formation must be put into the computer. A great deal ol time and work is involved. Voyles said. talks here I-me Arts ksuilding at 8 p. His specialties include U.S. involvement in the MiddleEastcointlit. and the history of the American West. The speech is being sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies. Y'ull stun DNd when yin dwdt reverse the -hrgs You can call anywhere in Florida for a mnimwn charge of 204 armut. youtalav.,$ooi diqI it between 11PM and RAM. A'ldybderSef. In tinse amy. of shwrtees, 1ts iinlttthfl flu impress your parents with your economy. Especially when youte calling to ask for money. SauheBs -m -U ie', *oniy iA.' bent will ur Prof essionoI Jeweler for Over Half a Century'

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Pog. 8, Th. Independent Rodo Aigotor, Tuesdoy. Fehn.ry 2s. 1975 EDITOR IAL Shotgun A very important question died with a silent shrug last week at the Council of Presidents meceting. With state universities staggering under rising costs, increasing deficits and orders to cut spending, students can plan on a tuition hike in the near future. The question is, "H-ow do you charge the students more when you otfer them less?" When university presidents asked State University Chancellor Robert Mautz last week, he had no answer. The State University System has been the target of massive budget cuts mandated by Gov. Reubin Askew which, when approved by the legislature. will result in less laculty. larger classes, elimination of new projects and a freeze on expansion of learning resources. A tuition hike is one of three possibilities proposed by regent Marshall Harris as a way to meet future cuts. Larger classes and fewer course offerings, and fewer students are the other alternatives. When these dire solutions for salvaging Florida's system of higher education are decided by the regents, the only input students will have is through com ments of student body presidents interjected at the close of every regents meeting. But is this "input" representative of SUS students--and is it enough.? We say no. Not when students currently finance about 22 per cent of the SUS budget and soon may be required to fund 30 per cent. And not when the regents continue to cut the SUS budget by cutting the quality of education, and propose to increase tuition while increasing class size. When this occurs. the output of student "input" is undeniably zero. The best solution to increasing student input we've heard so far is appointing student regents with the power not only to comment, but to vote. We consider this proposal equitable when students will be footing about a third of the SUS bill while suffering the consequences of budget cuts. Sen. Jack Gordon. D-Miami, and Rep. Bill Nelson, D-Melbourne, have filed bills in the Senate and House to appoint students to the Board of Regents. Gordon revived his proposal to put three students, appointed by the governor, on the board. The same bill died last year on the Senate floor. Nelson's bill is a moderate proposal for one student appointed to the board for a one-year term, with the student seLected from a different state university each year. With the reception Gordon's bill met last year, we hope the double-barrelled shotgun approach will be more successful in wedding students to the Board of Regents. We support ordon and Nelson and expect our state Sen. Bob ders and Kenneth MacKay and Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrews to tight for student regents in our behalf. We urge our student body president Steve Merryday take a frw minutes at the end of the next regent meeting to vice our dissatisfaction with the present system of "representation," and demand not only "input" but impact-students with voting power on the board. And for Chancellor Mautz and the eibarrassing question. "How do you charge the students more when you offer them less?." the only equitable solution we see is to put students on the board which proposes tuition hikes, and place the burden-as well as the expense-on their shoulders. / U ~ / I .~ps 4 7-: 4\ No way to r un a fla~gshNip Several people have asked me, "Why is The Alligator going to court over this Honor Court thing?" and I think it's time GAJRY flAUAN UEE WE ErEP e'hearn g te same excuses tbr keeping the ST AFF IYRITINGS hearings secret. "What if it was youw Would you want your name spread all over the paper? Would you want to have your the UP College of Business Administration is riddled with cheating publicized?" cheating and corruption? Maybe the whole case is being Of course I wouldn't. But I don't buy the ccmmon line that overplayed. We doubt it. but it is possible. "everybody cheats.' Everybody doesn't cheat. BUT HOW ARE we to knowanything if we are kept from If couldn't resist the act of cheating the fact that the trial secret hearings? More importantly, how are you to know "ould be conducted in the open night provide sonme deterrent anything? to conmmitting the crime in the first place. Cheating is something that directly or indirectly affects IF I CHEA TED, and thereby ran the risk of getting caught. every student on this campus. It can hurt the reputation of the I would teel I deserved to have my name put in the paper. entire University. and certainly damage the college in which it Aren't court cases public? Every week the Gainesville Sun is perpetrated. runs a list of people convicted of everything from traffic More than anything else right now, UP needs money. Who violations to public drunkenness. gives us the money -the state legislature. Obviousy. a Are students convicted of cheating somehow intrinsically cheating scandal will not precipitate an overwhelming flow ol better than those who run a traffic light or imbibe one too hinds to the University. But if the Honor Court could weed many at the,, local tavern? Do they deserve to have their out the guilty parties and mete out some justice in open offenses covered up? I think not. Neither does -The Alligator. 'tssions. perhaps the legislature would look more favorably the Sun. or Judy Collins. on the University as a whole. CERTAINLY THE legislation can't look favorably on a University which may be in violation of the "GovernmentinOPINIO N the.Sunshine Law." Nor will private contributors flock to hand out money to a school with a reputation of cheating and then covering it Up AS ALLIGATOR staff writers we are not out to "get" But the administrators continue to play their game ot people. instead, we try to report the news as factually as "proftdltng the stUdents' rights." possible. To report the news, we must be able to have access to Whose rights are being protected? They certainly aren't it. The UP administration and the Honor Court are blocking protecting the rights of the innocent students, or those who our way just as they are blocking your way to understanding ,at low grades because their classmates cheated to receive the fadts. higher scores. rhey are taking away your right to hear what is happening NO, THE STUDENTS' rights which are being protected in the building you and your parents pay for (the Reitz are the rights of the cheaters. Union). in an Honor Court that you pay for (through student So what can the honest student do? Nothing, at least until activity fees), about people you have a direct interest in (the the administration brings the justice system out of the hack students of UFl. room and into the sunshine. Whet could be mort correct than wanting to know whether Closed hearings are no way to run, a flagship. The Independent Florida Alligator Cu omstican M~eC."* b Pyl. -nyMcee Jr. oLyneyd.at mm0-Its.UMbnchMf Deadir e. layou -sr -.Advedas. Ass ---Mvede Coonrn -*.Ma Pudua, enmng. CioifiedMIw". Manqg Mgrho .m Jo. NSSWS by Campua Comm unicaiOfl. Inc P.0. hoa SUM6 UanhstY sla. GoI.le. mIew vM Mnn.I.g .d. pmufo bps:e aSptilt ysa I 7-; r-----Eld

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TF Th. independent Horid. MIlgotor, Tuesdoy. Fsbrvary 25. 1975 Pog. 9 Firs t, 11)1 iOR: Ihi' letter istI ret (edt osc Audrey Herbert aidm ughei ty and their February 20th Allgator icquesting that lhi Lon gc a I ow "male chauvinist ic" p1ecfltiatC the publication. IT IS ,bviotts that they la dd hsiaiids ol other readers) I cardo's I-ct. 13th advetisemein letter AIigat2 taught iilts ipid ii p sur .1 Cop; ii Hix's I sic or Giotd It itidht lhe healthier bor sou ias.,i~ a oi had a "piece" Richard Mufson 4 AS 'ulSb an m i' ADVICE & DISSENT Do we need a PIRG? What are you doing? EDITOR: On February 17. a front page article mpicared en rhe Alligator concerning the validation of the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) as a student lunded consumer group on he University of Florid. Lamptus. I would like to point out to PIHG. as well as to other stpden~ts. that the most active 'ranch of Student Governiment this year has been the Department of Consumer Allairs. headed by Dan Loheck (Project inclde Business Bureau. Consumer Guide, as well as many others ) fhus group is student undied, and presumably .ilicady validated 8s 0 legitiate representative of studernts-consumcrs of this university. I agree that there may exist differences between the long term goals of PIRG and the Department ot Consunier Affairs. However, the mam difference now is the need for funding: (imoney foi offce staff and supplies, telephone. office space. which the Department already has. I feel that the need for student activity in the area ol consumer affairs is an intejiral one bor this university. but I fail to see the necessity otecreating aew oranization exists. I suggest that these 214 volunteers mentioned mn the article contact either Dan Lobeck. Secretary of Co"n,unmer Affairs, at 392-1665. or myself at 373-5654. We can the University wollcgp professor sat in his office pale and shaken. He had just heard his job would be endangered if he continued to cditiclae the UC administration. The source Of the threat was rumored to be Blob Burton Brown. UIC dean. ALTHOUGH TiJE threat was vague and third or fourth land, there as no doubt the protissor beiWVUI it to be true. "They're very clever." he said. "You can never prove anything hut they make lure you get the message."' Another professor said he was personally convinced Brown as Using hIlS poet as an administrator to punish those '.ho disagreed with him. He said he has spent hours pouring through UC records but could prove no discrimination. Still, his conviction remained unchanged. Last 'eck an evaluathan wear consisting of two university 'reSidents and a nationally prominent professor revie,.ed the liroblemn in uc. Tmey e with his critics, read a survey indicating a majorIjyof -ron's faculty were dissatisfied .,ithi 'is idminisheio Mnd waded through piles of UC records and history. ,*r TKEIa -anune yUF President .mobent (7; anies. Wa ,ha crow n should be 'comiimende And edorned" by the UF administration. e Althree ire nations7y pranisent educators. No one ~ h valuation Coinmlte CR1 alfted to risk hit reputation to sa'e e .areer of as obarun Sthagtr dean. Nor does Marin have.a stake in continuing BOw" i OS 1 delimitelv use the additional help for the many projects that we have planned. as well as future projects that people ire willing to work on. Mark Stern Undersecretary of Consunier Affairs, TORI SIR ODER dean. He did not appoint him nor did he preside over the major contrOverSies at UC. rhe nature of the committee and the apparent thoroughness of the evaluation leave little doubt that the final ludgnment "as the only interpretation thatfiltthe facs. Unfortunately, the committee's evaluation still leaves the professor pale and shaken in his office. It does not convince the mian a.lho believes honest dissent will prejudice his choices for professional advancement. Nor does it alter the unhealthy aiimosphere in Littfr Hall. the stifling aura of fear and dissatisfaction of a significant part of UC faculty. Even if Brown has scrupulously abided by the UP constitution, inlused UC with quality scholarship. intellectual vitality and tained a stronger 'cice for the lower division college in Tigert Hall, that is not enough. No" that an outside esaluation has given Brown and UC a Slean bill of health, his obligation is clear. Brown must prove go lisi fltult' iwhat he proved to the tOmitlittqt: that hit only bias is the itelfare of his college, faculty and students. II Bro" ii does n01 make every efibrt at every opportunity go proice his 1ood 'nIl. the situation in UC can not be expected to pro C. m~ roigjemi report and a public announcement can not erase 'i ejs oif tintertamflt' and nmisundenstanding. EDITOR: There currently a controversy over the proposed banning of nonreturnable bottles and cans to reduce litter. I believe that this would be anexcellent law but I don't think we should lust sit hack and wait for it to he passed. The Independent Florida Alligator Doug Olol frt.no.nm.ni Editor ""e"Cuningi"n Georg.Kodhoni.C Jr Psot Edtor OtegrForr Spon. Editor Mndi Kerfln Amt. NewvEdnar In the meantime we can reduce litter and the pile up of garbage by recycling. Although on this campus we have a shte to take glass. alunminun, and paper Ibr recycling many people don't bother to recycle, they just toss these items in the trash. We're all thr "saving the earth" but how many of us are willing to make a little extra effort to help. I have started a collection of these items in Hunme Hall but it is too miuclh for one person to handle alone. I would suggest that interested people torn, groups in their dormitories or apartment buildings to collect and recycle these items. I will be glad to help anyone organize such a group. You can take the items you collect to the back of the commuter lot behind Hunme Hall. Christine Sohrader 2 UC We need more courts EDITOR: Myself and many other individuals were recently ousted firom, the U ni ve rs i ty h a nd ball-racketball courts so that the Fraternity League Intranmurals could be played. Ilte notices posted iqgarding this tournament stated an ambiguous "Most Courts Reserved." (underlining theirs). Independent players were referred to the Intraniural Department Sports Manager, supposedly "on the courts." to find out which courts were to rtnmaji open. In actuality all court had been scheduled for fraternity play on this particular evening. Did the fratnity pars offer to relinquish their reservations on a ft. of the courts? Of coujie not;: this was the fault of the Intramural Department, they said. So. who loses in this situation? Not the Intraniural Department, and certainly not the fraternities. ln addition, the notice stated that the courts were to he reserved from 4:3Opm until 9:00pmOi certain given dates. The fraternity plapens did not appear on the courts until 6:00 pm. and upon their arrival refused to allow games in progress to be completed. So. why did they reserve the courts for an hour and a half before they intended to use them? Inquiries directed to the Intramural Department have resulted in a myriad of conflicting responses regarding the procedures for reserving courts for play, who may reserve them and how many are to remain open. It appears that there is 6ar more demand for courts than courts available, which may be some justification for such inconsistent attempts to regulate their use. I suggest that ideally the University should respond to this demand by building more courts. Of course, this solution would take a period of time before it relieves the problem. in the meantime suggest that Dr. Varnes and the Intramural Department get together and take a realistic look at the sitvatiou before making policies that are prjudicial, impractical and unrealistic to enforce. Dee Herringtoe basic Fear and loathing ind UC

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PNg. 10Th. Independen* Acrid. Aligotor, Tu.dey. Febrhcry 25, 197s H appy birthday George George s birthday in Gainesville this year, sponsored by the Alochua County Bicentenniol Commission. was a zany field day, as evidenced by these photos Startmng from below and moving clockwise A holiday pig gets slopped with grease in preparation for a slippery chase, A fireman, swinging in the breeze, looks like he's hod his cherry tree chopped from under him, but actuoliy he's lust demonstrating fire fighting equipment. We cannot tell a Ii.;: That greosed pig, despite his shiny coat, couldn't slip through the capturing hands of this slimy fellow. The gricue that didn't go on the pig went on a pole topped with a shinig silver dollar for youthful climbers to go after, as this victorious competitor demonstrates with prize in hand. Which way to the Potomac? And finally, what would George's birthday be without oratory from fornner congressman Billie Matthews extolling our first president's virtues. even though the speaker seems to be standing on a platform of youthful non-involvement 4.' >44V ft I 44~ I I photos by john moron p 'I

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Never used Still n the box 5.11. for $160 new Only 590 377.7334 (a-St-87-p) QUAD Speoker Systemn 4-16 ohmn Panasonic Speok.,s For $80 or 325 a ~uod ALAN 377-701 (o-Aht-8 7-pI clncon 80 wont receiver and tob-24 turntable erel cond 270 new, asking 165 or best offer oudiavox FM tuner for corS track $25 coil fr.d 377-.776 (o-S8,-P) Po-'-gh Comp-etiin 0 spd-'ih-e-tr-$3l rnm 392-9501 (o-3t-S7.p) bicyclI. schwinn varsity 1 0'ped showroom, conditin brand new oxyouself $30 ff et cll38-576 ( 5' S6p) *or sale Meinolta SSR I 35 mm camera arid lesn Sl00 or best offer call Woyne 377-M845 a t o-R9 p) cost, difference 378 5028 police Sun mnn wed0 eve39 J30 excellent ond 1971 Chev Nova green 4,0 v good cator oa, a -rae n radior 8 12 pmn 373-3627 (a-Si S9-pf A Peritox $patrmotic Il wiih a TokurTor F dSa inmm.olTokumrof 3s52gvnm and o Soligor 1-3 S 80-20 mrr Best off., Conl 376 b900 (od5tp) ~ Cannon 35i mm S lens Ween, hood arid caSe, year old good condition $80 or Best off., Co'l 392 731S ao-St-Sl-p) univo. eleCtria piano mint Condition $360 coil oft., 4 00 370-9779 (a-St-N8p) Fender onu boss natural finish with napl. neck perfect condition $235, coil ken at 392-N5 (0 St-S.p) New SAE Mark Xl Speokers, with new 5. 1Q73 mobile I 2M50 central beet cir, 2 bedrooms 'ully furnished 5l200 equity & asue monhl note 577 or make offer must 1.11 coil 3732064 iA 7l-as pl FOR SALE Mobile home 1Q72 12 x 60 Carpet brick skir & anchored 377-3090 $3900 must see 4.00 SW 20 Ave lot No 27 im St Cute 26' Mobil. Horn. in country +deol for student or close couple air rend awnings, *twroge shed asking SI40-, 485-2405 evenings (A-ST MV-) 30 gal aquoium complete over $180 nietd3 mo old sellig tbylgr $130 roll 370-5917 otter S (o-3-BQ-p) 69 Firebird or Con power steering 4broke, auto ron. new exhaust system FOR RENT female own noon 2 be dxjpl ,unftirn central heot-oc pet, allowed nice, quiet. peivocy 5 eliJli, 2120 e unily ave rio 4 after 6 00j-18-) roommate needed georgetown opt, No 71585 plus ijtl awn'ern mpoola oi walk or bike to corfpis Pleos. contact ann 37S-2904 (b-3t-89-p) Need to sublet 2 bedrooms of a 3 bedroom townhouse in The Pines Qent will be only $40oa month call 373 2670 (bl t-S-p) own room ,n comfortobre oak forest townn house $86 mo + A util sosy bike or bus to UF call chuck or bill 373-1617 (b-St S9-p) fertile roommate needed own room -$95su-lutilitis-'lc-rc incuded or and beet one ron,, shore both. frig, hot plot. block, off campus quiet responsiblemale rod student desired Avoiloble immediately Coil 373-3627 b-tw-en e-'2 PM (b-St-S-p) vour own rivate bdrrm,0the Place Aph completely Fumnished Coil turs 01 373 6658 or comns by to opt 120 after dp mn (B M 85 P) Private bedroorr Windmeodow. 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I ~ WANTED BW te eW tudlou p bMr, '0 p.r nfl +4 utl. depostj bb rorn comnpvs lilt ,w 2nd ovO (C-5T-ISP Trod. Sec Iil at Med Conter with Sec Ill anywhere on campus W7-921 of. 5 30 All 0oay on weeken&s (c.&r-W6p) SERVICE7 DAYS 377-0722 A WEEK 341 S.W. AECHE R.D. Job For Smerf Loo Promisin Informed sources report that year National Parks, Dude Ranches, Guest Resoris, Private (amps, and other tourist areas lhkoughout the nation are now seeking student applicatIorns Sunimer job placement coordinators at Opportunity Research (SAP) report that despite nationmi economics tour,,i areas are loking for a record season. Polls idicate that people may not go for the big purchases such as new cars. new homes. furnIture or appliances. but most appear to be planning for a big vacationA free booklet on student ,ab assistance may be obtained by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope toOpportumnty Research. Dept. SJ, 55 pathcad Dr Kalispeil, MT 59901 Student job seekers are urged to appty early! Ont~tining" -V 130""sue Ainerican Rhi Theatre's THE MAIDS 2:00 1* 9-10 P.M. I

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The Jndependebnt Florida AuligAtor N.g 14 lbasday. Feb'w'y 3A, 1974 CENTER K Mann concert fosters ti/f I HEnt unity Review by DOUG DIAL tertalinaunt Editor HERBIEMAN'N phOtOS by john momn .fluting g c$ times flher. was something extra at the Herbie Mann concert Sunday afternoon; a sense of community permeated the 80 degree weather. Not that it's never existed. It's just that the communal spirit has been hard to locate as Gainesville gets larger and more imipersonal. THE OLD Met-out and boogie togethers have been waning. This year's Halloween Ball dIdn't materialize on campus, and in general, people just seem to be keeping to themselves. But within the pulsating crowd of Sunday's 600,. microcosmis of the rekindled spirit were witnessable in action. Whether it was the 'itp and slide betbrc the concert, doing the limbo iinider a Ia I rond, buiding people pyramids or lUst (lancing and swaymng to the music. II wAis nice to see c' crvhodyV ha' my good t im niC photos by lohn moron PEOPLE FYRAMID good tirresobound Spirit Reieo By DAVID KLEIN Alligator News Editor Acoustic guitarist Ratidy ('il fornmia was t irned on to Hend tri nd the i esult iiig combination, billed is the original S p rt d isa ppoimnted a packed house %iturday might Oh. they were hot. all right. I so-Iihths ol bhe origmial SpiitCIi torn 'a and imt~ll~ Id (;,ssidy-andI lhi'' player Barry Keene,. loti,,crls w ith tappa's MIol hers. jpotired out heav energy at Cii cat Son therni. but diey, "eren't dhe show that was c'pcctcd SPIRIT, i ise-imtn lhanid bormied Irom Los Aingclcs muisiclilns around 1%7. ne. achieved mziss popularity. I hey played i i ange of music,. Iron, light ims'rumienta Is. to straight jazz to hardi. driving rock-and-roll Bitt they ,Iere good. and the te,. albums the) released "erec Il titled it h miusie wel I worth ow snmg. these w ere the songs that sold out two shows for a group that hasn't released an album in tao "fls. ho but Iwo-hod. late 4h iw Saturday iiight instead. Randy (,litoi viA one of the hottest IIERBWE Ioiimuincew n ot wuitarists aro Spirit-hungry of Hendrix. und. gave crowd a MANN'S a', delad .vt 'erui l I photo. by Iohn momn t.on oF PEOPLE .ihowod up for Mann concert after 4 p.m. This wasn't the lault of Student Government Programming, the sound crew. or even the band. The airlines sent percussionis tootlockers of equipment off to God-knows-where'. Halhwian improvised with a Budweiser can. the stage floor and anything he could Met in his hands Bass player Hasan Mfalme .nd tirummier Charles Collins didn't even 'each Gainesville airportt untdl 3:31) p.m I his v a' ,,ot her cause for delay. lDesptte all the setbacks, as ihe day progressed good vibes vol sI longer' andi the hassles melted away imto a great dIa mn the 'u,. original nil RANDY CALIFORNIA .looks and sounds like Hrndrix though,. old Spirit during the he He even looked like ght Hendrix. billowing Airo held im place with a blue bandana, several times breaking up his lanis by playing on the guitar with his teeth. He went into shott his Smusic into a dancing crowd mobbed In front of the stage. THERE'S NO denying it. he'. as ripping hell out of that guitar, and he was matched by Cassidy. who was beating hell out of his drums. But they weren't playing Spirit Ihey were playing "All Along the Watchtower." 'hey were playing'"Hey. Joe." During the beginning of the show, they even played "Like a Roling Stone." Spirdt? Well. tbr the third song. this three man team played one of the most popular songs from the actual "original' group, "Nature's Way." tIhe crowd burst into cheers with the opening chords. As the show went on. another one or two ,lesser known songs from the Original band were played. including a new one."iokeron the Run" Thesetook uponly a small part of the act,. though. WHY? The old Spirit sound was carried by HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-''The Godfather Part IC" and "Chinatown" grabbed II nommiation~s each in various categories Monday in preliminary Oscar nominations for 1974 announced by the Academy of Motion Pictures. Both rilmis were nominated bor best movie of the year along with I lhe Conversation,' en ny' and '' he I nwey lInfro' "GODFATHER"' got the nomination' for icing awards. Selected for bct pcrftornance by an actress ,,ere lilen Bu rstynt in *Alice Doesn't Live Hci Anmore. lDiahann C arrollClnudmne. I-ave l unawa,Chinatown:' Howani-A oma Under Ihe InIluience Picked o~r best actor were Art (urney-"H ary and [onto.' "Murdei On I he Orne., Pacino--Godfather Par the winners will be Academy 47th Annual televised from the Los A April 8. photo by g hochcolec I'. EDCASSIDY .Kung-fulan drummer California's guitar and songwriting ability, and by the vocals and songwriting of Jay Ferguson. now lead singer for Jolo Gunne-. Another member of the actual "orIginal" Spirit, bassist Mark Andes, also wuit with Fergusois to form Jolo Gun., Albert Finneyt Express;' and Al t II."' announced at the Awards ceremony ngeles Music Center Many of Spirit's old songs, especially those Irom, the "Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus" album, sound, at least in their opening, like songs played by JoJo Gunne. MA YBE WIT H OUT Ferguson to lead the vocals. California didn't want to get io the group's old sound. He's a fast guitarist, with the Hendrix charisma, and the crowd, even disappointed with his choice of music. couldn't really get that upset. What was upsetting was the billing of his three man group as "The Original Spirit." which they damn well were net. If this convert bad been advertised for what It was, it wouldn't have brought in an audience anticipating twigs that would never be played. It Was good, hard mulec. but it didn't have the Spirit we wanted. Hic Masten, Big Sur traveling poetguitarist will give two free performances on ertbrniancs sart at 8:d0pm.i usyMc art Auditorium. t. r Unfortunately, only a couple of 1 .ongs were played

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Trh( IlndfT)Cndt Florida Alligator Peg. IS. 1ueeldey. bmns, 25 1975 fn fInd 4th By ANDY COHEN Aflgto pot Write In Irone of a packed Alligator Alley crowd which included Orlando .uperstar Darell Dawkins. John Lotz recorded his most s.tistying victory ever, a 66-58 thrier over fourth rnked Kentucky An aggressive UP defense held the Wildcats scoreless for 9:22 in the second half and in the meantime the Gators put 14 points on the board to turn a 54-50 Wildcat lead mnto a 64-54 THE HIGLIGHT of that surge was three consecutive baskets within a span of IS seconds. Guard Mike Lederman smnk a 20 thoter and then Bruno Caidwell stole one inbound pass and Ledernan another thr the second and third baskets. From there, the 8-8 Southeastern Conference Gators went restling on saOle rickets fbr the Southeastern Conference Wrestling Championships to be held at the University of Florida Gym.Fdb.2S-Mar. I are now on sale at the Main Ticket 0111ce. 207 Stadium. from the hours of 8*30 am, to 4-30 'am. Monday thru Friday. All students, including University of Florida students ornd pre-schooI children niay purchase a general admission ticket for any one of the thur sessions at $2.00 each. I ickets for the general public arc S2.00 for the afternoon 'essions and S2.SO for the evening sessions. S RORTS cure for ills 9 ators agains t -ranked Cats Into their lour-corner-oftense and stynmed the Wildcats to the point of visual frustration and sent the Wildcats reeling into Ueond place in the Southeastern Conference. hl took the lead with one minute gone in the baligamie and hedit through the remainder of the flrst half. going into the locker room in front 39-33. THE GATORS' list half effort was led by Gene Shy's 28 points. Shy only managed one bucket in the second half but teann ute Lhdrac. Caldwell and Chip Williams nicre A disgruntled Wijdcat coach Joe Hall said after the game. 'We definitely couldn't get up for the game--we were fiat." IT SEEMED LIKE a different world in UF's locker room as cheers and lying towels was the sign of the times. "I spent eight years at Notth Carolina and had some really great wins but this has to be my most satisfying win ever. It seems like everyoneof the players reallyca.earound tonight. We dedicated the game to Chip Williams and he really came through tbr us. "EACH PLAYER played his best game of the seaSon." Lotz aid. 'Our defense was super and we really controlled the And control they did as time after time a frustrated Kentucky team turned the ball over as a tenacious Gator defense sent the Wildcats home with their lburth loss of the season against 20 victories. The Gaters' overall mark is now 12-13. "WE JUST NEVER had a letdown tonight.' Lotu said. And an exuberant Mike Lederman agreed. "It all happened so fast-we wanted to win this one for Coach Lotz."' Kevin Grevey led the Wildcats in scoring with 20 points. The Black Student Union and The Institute of Black Culture would like to publicly thank the following organizations for their contributions to Slack History Week. Accent The 808 Burger Chef 715 N.W. 13th St. Burger King 8 N.W. 16th Ave. Cobbler's Corner 1029 W. Univ. Ave. Donigan's 1123 W. UnIv. Ave. Gypsy 1636 W. Univ. Ave. J.C. Poinny's 21 W. Univ. Ave. Lonry Nuff Jeweler 615 W. Univ. Ave. MISMe Donut 2111 N.W. lath St. J Hills Millet Med Cenmw Vt V Looking Gloss W. Univ. Ave NA tchell's Tuxedo Rental 714 University Ave. Pizza Hut Primrose Inn 214 W. Univ. The Q.Deb University of Ave. Florida Silvrmon's 225 W. Univ. Ave. Tuesday Morning 1122 W. Univ. Ave. Young American Mo 206 W. Univ. Ave 210 W. 8hAv. Student Government Production 300 Rhit? Union Univeruty College Council I.C. Clearance We iDresses Were (l{it 8f $30.00 Now (' shlae Se Open 10 oa. o 0 p.p So?. 10 am. to 6 pa. GENE SHY SKIES FOR iWO AGAINST KEN1UCKY .led Gatar sffort with 20 points k-si SEC w t ickets COPY EDITOR NEEDED hi, Se next two weeks. Sabsy 09 a weet hr *ya week *ace CALL AMtr OAVE e

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re.la.h.Ind.,.d.n* Soe.Mlgoir. Tu.sdey. Febuve'v 25, J975 Golf team undecided onTfinal AllIgator Sperh WrIt. Ihe results of the Gators' six tournaments between now and the end of April will go a long way in deciding which golfers will represent UF in the SEC and NCAA chamnpionships in May and June respectively. IN CONSIDERING the possible candidates for those two major tournamecnts, one has to lirst assume that 'enior' Andy Bean. Ben Duncan. and IDenny Sullivan along ith junior Phil Hitncock, have a lock on the top four spois on the team. I hat leaves two positions open for the SEC tourney and tine bor the NCAA. The Orange and Blue intra-squad matches have starting somewhat, but not significantly, narrowed the list of prospective applicants for those positions. The final rounds of Bishop's annual winter carnival (during which the players tee off every round starting at 7:30 A.M. no matter what the weather, save lightning) were completed last weekend and it appears that there are ten or eleven players in contention for the coveted spots. THE LEADER at the completion of the eight rounds is Bob Bailey of Oak Park. III. with a 72.1 average. Bailey 'hot 70-69--139, which was also the Tow two-round total lbr the weekend. However, company is close behind. Hancock notwithstanding. squa d the secn place finisher sophmore Jeff KrummnelI 72.7. BUNCHED BEHII Krummel in third place 72.8 were sophomore Gee wAs at ND at irge Graffe (who is ineligible for tournament competition). Senior Bob Michael and sophmore Jim Hart who led the matches since the third round but who faltered in the linal two rounds, shooting 7376. After those three were sophomore Joe Miller (73.6), senior Steve Smiyers (73.7). sophmorc Jim Goss (73.8), Ireshmian George DeSear (74.0) and junior Bob Meyer. (74.!). Obviously. Buster Bishop will not have an easy decision to make. "Thesescores are inlportant but there is a long way to go' he said. "I won't go by these scores alone. There are many other criteria. How a boy is doing currently nmean anything if he's doing poorly now. By the same token, just because a boy is doing well now doesn't mean he'll be doing the same when the SEC rolls around." THlE REAL FUN begins this weekend with the Seminole Invitational in Tallahassee. Junior Bob Bailey and sophmore Jim Hart have been named by UP golf coach Buster Bishop for the fifth and sixth positions on the squad he will take to Tallahassee on Thursday for the Seniinole Invitational. The first round of the tournament gets underway Friday. Bailey scored the low average during the Orange and Blue intra-squad matches. 72.1, and led the team in total rounds under par with four. Hart averaged 72.3 for' the eight rounds and was the leader of the matches fronm the third through the seventh rounds. As expected, the Gators top four player., Andy Bean. Phil Hancock, Ben Duncan, amid Denny Sullivan will also make the trip to FlU. The UF tennis team sent out six players against Valdosta (Ga.) State in their Monday afternoon season opener. There was no mystery about who the Gators' six stafle-s would be. Where they would play the question. On Friday the situation was this: Seniors Juan Diaz and Dave Pressly will play No. I and No. 2 singles but not necessarily in INTRAMUJRALS Sylvia Moment won the women's one-on-one basketball tournament Saturday. Lisa Hubner finished second. The men's finals were played last thursday and James Bangma took firtt Mike Ader finished second. The men's independent basketball team. Sharpshooters, overcame the Fur Outs. 45-44. last Thursday night to win the AllUniversity championships in the best of 156 teams. The Sharpshooters also won last year's tournament, beating the Fur Outs in the final game. that order, Potter said. However, for last year's Gators. Diaz played No. I and Pressly No. 2 It's a good bet that combination will remain unchanged. Freshman Chap Brown of Lantana will break into the starting lineup at either the No. 3 or No. 4 singles position. Another of Potter's young players, sophomore John Kunnen. will take the other spot. Kunnen will be movingup from 1974. when he played No. 5 for most of the season. Senior Jim Oescher and junior Mike Borling round out the lineup. They will play in the No.Sor No.6 positions.The doubles pairings will be Diar-Pressly. BrownBorling, and OescherKunnen. "Wewill be switching them around in the order we play them, but these are the ones who will be playing together." Potter said. The Gators will tturn to Gainesville for their Wednesday home opeuier against Furman, before travelling to Tallahassee Saturday for a match against Florida State, CA pus LIFE S2hOO a ul acctdIed UN antmeOplogy. ar, .tcatiou loi sco. ruv s gscsoer'nvt~O An zoo. lucon. '75 REMEMBR US Fr-NU tHOOLNEED TOWRS BRANCH (sERVICE COMPLEX) BRCWAR SHOP BASEMENT) UNION SHP (GROUND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOKSOE (sEcov flooR) CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKS1ORE LOCATED IN THE HUB r r V NEW YOlK LUFE eInsurance Copn LII.a Insune Gmnup Insulnc. Annuit.u P"J"Pan U" Netters openl 1975 season K 'V -S