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t TOM SHRODER UF announced plans Tuesday to eliminate year. However, he said, the $1.5 million in
Alligator Staff Writersee 90-110 faculty positions next year. faculty salaries must be cut by July 1 1. No
necessitating the termination of 20 to 30 positions that become vacant after that date
related story page three faculty members who are presently em- can be used to meet the $1.5 million total.
ployed.A Bryan said.
The United Faculty of Florida will protestthe Dec. 12 freeze on faculty hiring has UF Public Information Officer Hugh
termination of 20-30 OF faculty membersat allowed 52 positions to open and remain Cunningham said UF has no power to cut
a 3:30: p.m.. University Senate meeting unfilled. administrative costs instead of faculty.
today. UF Interim Vice President for Academic UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said,
Albert Guy UFF chapter president, said he Affairs Robert Bryan said he hoped the freeze "If there's an opportunity to tilt in jhe favor
expected to recruit about 50 faculty membersto would eliminate enough positions to meet a of faculty over administration, we'll do it."
protest UF's handling of budget cutbacks. $1.5 million faculty salary cutback ordered by Guy said the UF administration budget
"FLORIDA SHOULD strengthen its the Board of Regents. increased 70 per cent from 1969 to 1974 while
educational programs during.a recession, not BRYAN SAID when he determined not the educational budget increased only 40 per
cut them," Guy said. enough positions would open by natural cent.However
Guy said the "humane" way to handle attrition, he ordered additional cuts, resulting UF accounting figures indicate '
budget cuts when they occur is to allow the in the termination. that while UF's administration budget (all
ALBERT GUY positions to drop off due to retirement, deathor Bryan announced Tuesday the freeze on university-wide functions not directly related
..local union chief transfer. faculty hiring would continue through next (See 'Faculty page three)

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By LESLIE GOLAY summer quarter.
Alligator Staff Writer The details of PIRG's funding system
., would have to be worked out with the Hub
After a three-year struggle to get the Public and with Monty Loeb, director of student,
Interest Research Group (PIRG) establishedat accounts, according Sandeen.
UF work on its implementation will beginas The funding system requires that 25 per u.
"soon as possible," according to Vice cent of the student body donate $1 each per
President for Student Affairs Arthur San- quarter in order to keep the group eligible for ?
deen. student funding. -s
Tuesday Sandeen requested that the .. UNDER THE PROPOSED SYSTEM, a
Student Senate decide if PIRG was wanted on card explaining PIRG and asking for a dollar
UF's campus by the student body. Tuesday donation would be sent to each student along
night the senate unanimously passed two with the quarterly registration forms.If .
resolutions endorsing PIRG. the student marks 'no' on the card then
WEDNESDAY Sandeen said he was readyto he would not be charged: If the student wantsto :
begin setting PIRG up. donate a dollar then he marks 'yes' and
"I will meet with the people from PIRG to will be charged an extra dollar at fee payment
work on setting the thing up. I don't have all time. &
the answers but we will work on it," Sandeen Non-payment of the $1 1 does not affect N
said. registration. It is not considered a bill.
"I 1 would say we will start as soon as "This is called a 'negative check-off
possible. I assume it would be difficult to have system.: The student would be making a
everything ready by spring quarter" he said. positive action not to pay by marking 'no' on
ACCORDING TO Roxanne Marietta. the card and sending it back in," said

PIRG President, PIRG could be set up by I Roxanne Marietta, president of PIRG. __ __ :. :


Shevin supports lawsuit a.;.



against closed hearings .

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By TOM SHRODER brief supporting the suit, he said.
Alligator Staff Writer Shevin said he believed both sides of the
dispute were adequately represented by
Fla.-Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said Tuesday, counsel.
the UF Honor Court should operate in the The Honor Court conducted secret D }
open. hearings in( connection with widespread r
,Speaking to a UF pre-law class Shevin also cheating in UF's College of Business Administration
struck out at government' corruption and until Circuit Court Judge R.A:
discussed his handling of the controversialPitts Green. Jr. issued an injunction halting the ttT 4be
and Lee case. hearings until it was determined if the Honor V !
Shevin said he would probably' file a brief in Court should be open to the public.
support of a lawsuit against secret Honor' NINETY PER CENT of government
Court disciplinary hearings by The Alligator scandal involved attorneys Shevin said. )
the Gainesville Sun and Judy Collins a UF "The philosophy of 'some' government
law student.. officials seem to be that they are or were
SHEVIN SAID the Honor Court served as acting by divine right" he said.
an,advisory board to the president of'a state She>in 'said former Vice President Spiro
university and "as a result, as any other Agenw's contention that there was nothing
advisory board, they come within the Sun. wrong with kickbacks "bothered him a great
shine Law and should be open to the public. deal.." photo by chip hire
"We may not become active participants. FlA. ATTY.. GEN. ROBERT SHEVIN
but we're probably at least going to file a (See 'Shevin' page three) says Honor Court'is covered by Sunshine Law
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June may see.. reduction .



Ford : tax cut delayed:



HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (UPI) President Ford said
Wednesday the anti-recession tax cut he requested might not
thursday, be enacted until June-and a newly revealed schism between
ALLAN J. GENGLER,
House and Senate leaders seeking a unified Democratic
Wire Editor
program supported his prediction.Ford .
/capsuleALLAN said in a news conference the tax cut he had hoped for
by mid-March now looks unlikely before June, but he Demos divide
promised to "keep the pressure on"
He credited his attacks on the "dilatory tactics" of the

selection slow in lawmakers with having "elicited more response from
Congress than(they have shown)in the past few years." on gas issue
Ford was in Florida as part of the national selling campaign
trialTAMPA which he credited with spurring Congressional movement. He
Gurney bribery
WASHINGTON (UPI) Wide differences in
arrived here Tuesday and after an afternoon round of golf approach
with Jackie Gleason and Bob Hope, he arranged to fly back to philosophy and timing emerged Wednesday
(UPI) Another 13 jurors were dismissed Washington Wednesday night. between Senate and House panels trying to glue together a
Wednesday in the federal bribery-conspiracy trial of former Opening his news conference with a prepared statement, unified Democratic alternative to President Ford's energy
Sen. Edward J. Gurney, indicating the jury might not be Ford said charges of Arab discrimination against Jewish plans.
seated before the end of the week. owned U.S. banks are being investigated and "appropriateaction The senate group leaned toward a gasoline tax increaseof
Of the first 37 jurors called for questioning by U.S. District will be taken" if the allegations prove true. Such no more than five cents, earmarked for conservationand
Judge Bin Krentzman in the first three days of the trial, 26 discrimination, he said, is "totally contrary to the American energy research.
have been dismissed. tradition and repugnant to American principles." THE HOUSE task force leaned toward a gasoline tax
During the lengthy bench conferences Gurney, the first The president repeated his call for a unified Democratic increase of 16 cents by 1977 with the purpose of
senator to be indicted while in office more than 50 years, program which could be blended with his own and said: discouraging consumption.Both .
expressed restlessness by his facial expressions, hit one fist "I 1 wish there was a single plan proposed by the majority groups will meet Thursday morning in a new attempt
into an open hand and occasionally rubbed his forehead. party of ConRress. then we can sit down and negotiate." to reach a consensus.
But Senate Democrats called a caucus ,for Thursday
afternoon with the possibility the senators may'adopt their

I RAI .ROADS.- own Democrats.IN policy.even if no agreement is achieved with the House

BOTH chambers, some Democrats expressed their

The cost Is high Of. U.S. hells// It out f private"reservations.
"I don't know why everybody suddenly seized upon an
increase in the gas price to solve our energy problem" said
WASHINGTON(UPI!)-The Senate voted Sen. Warren Magnuson, D-Wash., a powerful chairman.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rebuilding Wednesday to provide the bankrupt Penn Rep. Jim Wright, D-Tex., appointed by Speaker Carl
deteriorated Northeastern railroads will cost Central Railroad with emergency financial Albert to head the House task force pictured his group as
more than, anticipated, but a scaled-down help to prevent it from ceasing operations at ,far more sympathetic than the senate panel to Ford's goalof
15.000-mile system could become profitable' the end of the week. The legislation, already achieving an immediate sharp drop in oil consumption.
within three years, the United States Railwaa approved by the House, was sent to President Wright said his group favored an immediate eight-cent
Association (USRA) said Wednesday. Ford for his approval.The increase in the present four cent federal gasoline tax, with
However 16 Northeastern and Midwesternstates bill provides a $347 million additional four-cent increases coming in 1976 and 1977.
must be prepared to either lose or authorization in grants and loans to help out
subsidize 6,200 miles of lightly used lines and the Penn Central and the Erie-Lackawanna
the federal government. must underwrite $3 Railroads. Most of the funds are earmarkedfor House clears tax.cut bill
billion in- loans over the next few decades to the Penn Central.

I'artiallyfinance the rehabilitation of the The Senate later approved, 61 to 29, a $125 WASHINGTON (UPI A $2.3 billion tax cut bill was
freight. carriers, the USRA,said. million appropriation as a down payment on cleared Wednesday for a House vote that will include a
Federal commitment will be so large and the authorization.The .
decision on wiping out a tax break for oil producers.The .
will last so long that Congress may want to bill was approved, 62 to 30; after the House Rules Committee responded to a mandate from
consider outright. purchase of the track of Senate voted 86 to 8 to bypass a power the House's Democratic Caucus in sending the tat measure to
bankrupt lines with private companies struggle over changing the Senate's filibuster the floor under a procedure permitting only certain amend
operating trains over the federal track, said
rule. ments,including one to end the Oil; Depletion Allowance.The .
USRA, a federal agency set up in 1973 to The rules battle had stymied the rail' bill tax measure and its restrictive rule, which permits four
finance and plan a new railroad system for the and it required a two-thirds end
majority to
hours of debate and the offering of a total of five amend
east. -.all Senate depate and force a vote. ments,was expected to come to the floor Thursday.Great .
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Cost proposal may affect students I IA'


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:.,; I:", ; ByDEBBIEIBERT .Richard' Schiffli. Division an extra $500,000. according to before it is allocated to cover administrative.
'.; :i.i.': Alligator Staff Writer. These operations receive no' state fundsall director James T. Hennessey. The only way costs.
!4 money used to run auxiliaries come from housing could meet such a charge would be to Rea emphasized that the percentage figurewas
I ;" .II student fees and charges for use of,the ser raise rents, he indicated.The just a working number to show the
vices.. proposal came as a possible answer to universities what affect the proposal would
A Board of Regents proposal to charge The regents have proposed auxiliary unitsin criticism from State Auditor General Ernest have.
!general administration costs to every independent each of the nine state universities come up Ellison that '"administrative costs are not "We don't know yet what percentage base
operating unit in the universitymay with a sum, based on a percentage of their being allocated to auxiliaries, and they shouldbe. will be used" Rea said.: "This is somethingthe
result in increased charges and higher personnel salaries to help pay overhead costs. ." universities can work with and react to."
rents, for'students.Selfsupporting AUXILIARIES INCLUDE almost every The regents' staff drew up the proposal on Schiffli said he disagreed with the method
"auxiliary" services should operating unit besides E and G. Since these the basis of recommendations from the used to compute the 22.2 per cent figure. "I 1
"pay their share of central administrative units benefit from administrative services, American Council on Education the auditor don't think they used sound accounting
costs." explained Grady Rea, whose officecoordinates they should be' allocated a share of the cost, general, and the Florida Legislature after a principles to determine the 22 per cent."
all Board of Regents business Rea said. three year study, Rea said. TilE PROPOSAL, however, is "not nailed
(functions. Schiffli said he believed auxiliaries would Still in its planning stages, the proposaluses in concrete" Rea pointed out Although (
Currently the administrative costs of the have to charge higher prices for services to personnel salaries as ,a common "something is sure to go through," in some
entire university are paid for primarily by the cover the extra cost of paying a share of UF's denominator for charging the auxiliaries. similar form.
general education ((1 E and G) budget, he overhead.' According to Schiffli the auxiliaries will be All nine universities will send their reac-
added. "I 1 don't see how they could not raise their asked to come up with 22.2 per cent of their tions on the proposal back to the regents staff
. THE PROPOSAL would affect the prices," Schiffli said. "This would be a charge total personnel salaries budget. That figure who will develop a final position paper.If .
Housing Division, the Infirmary, the Campus they'd have to recover. The only way they would be the amount the auxiliary is asked to the regents submit the proposal, it will
Shop and Bookstore the J. Wayne Reitz could would be to increase the price of services pay for their share of overhead costs. then go to the State Senate Ways and Means
Union and any other auxiliary business ,," SCIIIFFLI SAID he believed the money Committee for consideration by the Florida
enterprises said UP Business Manager TilE PROPOSAL could cost the Housing would go to the state Incidental Trust Fund Legislature.


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( page one) Y Fee advisory group ,


a People were beginning I to- believe all t defers funding action .

politicians and lawyers ,are .corrupt Shevin

said."I AM NOT like that and neither are most By JOE MORAN Cline also a member of the senate, said the
of the people I have known in public service," Alligator Staff Writer bill would not see further action until next
he said. quarter.
Shevin whose admission of errors in The Activities and Services Fees Advisement The Married Students' Center was
Florida's prosecution of Wilbert Pitts and Committee deferred action on two previously funded by the office of Student
Freddie Lee, was largely responsible for the requests for Student. Government funds Services and the University Methodist
granting of a second trial, said he had no Wednesday.The Church, but that funding will cease March 1 1.
choice but to uphold the second guilty verdict. University Center for Married SALARIES for a part-time graduate
,Pitts and Lee were found guilty of murder'by Students and Families requested $3,112 from assistant and a part-time student director
a jury in the Florida panhandle 12 1 years unallocated activity fee funds this year and comprised the bulk of each of the center's
$10,938.90 from the fee budget for next fiscal requests. .
ago.Shevin said the prosecution had information year. Other funds were requested by the center to
that their star witness had ROBERT SHEVIN Sue Cline, a committee member, said pay for the publication of a newsletter for
originally identified someone else as the, class allocation of the estimated $175,000 surplus is married students, families headed by
to pre-law
speaks
murderer before she changed her story to not possible because the. funds will not be students, and single ,parents attending UF
identify Pitts and Lee. man who confessed and he refused to testifyin released for use until all organizations funded and for furnishings advertising and office
THE PROSECUTION did not release this court. with activity fee money have received 100 per supplies. .
information. to the defense attorneys, he said. "IF YOU GRANT immunity to someone cent of their original budget allocations. Funds for advertising was listed on the
"I would have preferred the judge to move and he confesses and clears someone.else you PAUL VARNES, chairman of UF in- center's, budget as an essential item 'because
the second trial out of the panhandle," Shevin ,can't prosecute either of them," Shevin said. tramurals explained his request for surplus "it has been found that the amount of
Shevin, who said he did not intend to makea funds forthe, construction of new squash.and requests for assistance were directly related to
said.But in spite of the trial's location and a ''political speach said the only position in handball courts near Schnell Field. the amount of publicity circulated.) "
polygraph admission by another man that he state government he would consider running Varnes' request was' originally in the form The center's request for funds for the
committed the murders, "it becomes very for would be governor, of a bill before the Student Senate, which upcoming fiscal year will be considered when
difficult for the state to do anything but "There is only one position in the state I 'must approve committee recommendations, the fees committee meets Monday to, for-
uphold the verdict," he said. think is more important than attorney generaland but was returned to the committee for. mulate a recommendation for' next year's
The 'state did not grant immunity to the that's governor," he said. clarification. budget.


Library deterioration subject of senate meeting .1



.'. By GARY BALAN OFF adjust library services, the state of the general "Unless steps 'are taken "to reverse these $696.376 to $995,001 to restore purchasingpower
Alligator Staff Writer library continues to decline" Matthews said. trends, the library at the University of Florida of 1972-3 .
He said the goal of UF-to become a leader ,will continue to become less and less adequate' Charts provided by Matthews indicated the
The "deterioration" of UF libraries will bea among schools in the state and around the for its support role as the premier institutionin books and materials budget decreased by 19.7
main topic of discussion at today's 3:30 p.m. nation-depended on two.ingredients. Theseare the State University System,"he said. !"The: per cent between 1972-3 and 1974-5. !
University Senate meeting in McCarty the faculty and the library. result will be a deteriooation in academic The total acquisitions budget went down
Auditorium."The "While the student body was growing by programs and a growing inability attract 13.6 per cent during that time period.In .
state of the library continues to 20.2 per cent, funds for the acquisition of quality faculty." a 1972-3 comparison of total volumes in
deteriorate under the pressure of more materials decreased the purchasing power of Matthews had three suggestions to improvethe the UF library and other comparably-large
students, inadequate funding and rising those doUars has been eroded." 'position of the libra y. university libraries around the nation, UF was,
prices; Dr. Charles A. Matthews, chairmanof Among other problems listed was the lack An increase of 70 in the number of far behind the Universities of Illinois Iowa
the committee on university libraries, said of new personnel at the library. "No new positions in the university system library Wisconsin North Carolina, Texas, and ,
in a statement prepared for the meeting. positions have been authorized for the general formulas. Virginia.The .
"IN SPITE OF the efforts to maintain and library since 1972," Mathews said. An increase in Other Personnel Services University of Illinois had more than,
budget from $111,048 to $132,916. three times the number of total, volumes as ".
An increase in book funds from UF. t

Facultyfrom Professor to study tumor virusesA .1
opened in instruction and research (including
( ''page one) positions). ,
support 'u F professor has received a research Alachua County Unit at the Florida Divisionof
research) has 71.75 One reason for the apparent discrepancy is
to instruction and grown
grant of $7,500 to study the relationship the' American Cancer Society,
.
administrative the higher rate of salary increase for administrative
cent since 1969 positions "
per between viruses and "One
tumor .macrophages theory we are investigating is that the
than for instructionand
personnel
increased by only 3.8 per cent. large cells that kill foreign substances in the tumor virus may reside within the
Instructional and research positions have research personnel.The .
We
body. macrophage hope,to determine
increased by 7 per cent, although the total average salary increased 55 per cent Dr. Carlo Moscovici, chief of the Tumor about what happens to the tumor virus when more
budget increased by only 35, cent. (S7.290-SH.288)) since 1969 for each ad- '
per Virology Laboratory at'the Veterans Administration it inside the,
goes
: macrophage ,and see if we
EVEN THOUGH the administrative mini'trath'e personnel and only 28 per cent ,
Hospital'and can explain "
pathology long-term immunity to the virus
$15.798-520.222)) for instruction and research ,
educ- (
budget increased twice as fast as the
professor at UFo received the grant from the Moscovici said.
tional budget, nearly twice as many jobs personnel.



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I Married housing reps SORORITIES .

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protest rate increase

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By DEBBIE IBERT
Alligator Staff Writer i

Representatives from six married housing
villages haggled with UF Housing officials
Tuesday over their third rent increase in two
s
years. 11T
Members of the Mayor's Council and 10
other married students met with Housing
Director James T. Hennessey to "present
arguments and ways of cutting expenses
rather than raising rates," Dennis Nebel,
council chairman, said. HAS
TilE RENT HIKES, which would go into
effect July I, amount to approximately a 10 ARRIVED *
per cent increase across the board, Nebel
estimated.
Ken Peet, the business manager for
housing, blamed the increases on water and
sewer costs which have "more than doubled,"
and the higher cost of electrical lighting
outside the housing complexes. tSaforthemoney lot of cars
Another reason Peet gave for the rent hike
J was the Housing Division payroll. JAMES HENNESSEY
PEET SAID the payroll shot,up 14 per cent .director of housingAs
J when the Florida Legislature decided on a an example Hennessey explained that
nine per cent increase in career service em hiring two resident life coordinators instead of ,.
t ploye l pensions, and increased the minimum four, doubling the responsibilities for those
I wage to$2.10 an hour for part-time employes. retained, would "free funds for maintenance r
f "These are known costs next year-we can needs that must be met." f w.: X
see things are going to increase," Peet con Since 1972, the Housing DIvision'has "'ba _
tinued. "The only place to go to pay for them phased out 125 positions from a staff of 435
r is you." he,added.
According to Hennessey the Housing TilE DIRECTOR also suggested'the
Division receives no other funds except what possibility of using gas washers and dryers in
comes from rents. There's "no way to get the villages,which cost one-third less than the
more money than the rents bring in.'' he said. electric appliances used now. rr' .:Ff ,.:" .
RENT INCREASES for non At the meeting. Nebel promised to charge
airconditioned villages Corry, Diamond, each of the villages with the responsibility of
and Schucht amounted to about $5 per drawing up individual proposals for cutting
month. Residents of Tanglewood and Village down expenses and thereby reducing the rent .
I South will pay from $5 to SI2.50 more, increase. ,.'; k.:t \." .
depending on the size and number of rooms. Jim Coker secretary-treasurer for the ''' .
J Maguire Village increases ranged from S7.85 council, suggested replacing Tanglewood's
to $14.50. resident manager with three student
i Tanglewood resident Carl Swanberg said it volunteers. The students-one manager and
was unfair that "they see you're renting two two helpers-would work 20 hours each per
t bedrooms and think you can ,afford to pay week and receive free rent ($1,200 apiece). The 24 mpg*AudTlOOLSMILLERBROWN
more. But it's just the opposite because I've SINCE THE PRESENT MANAGER
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i ,got kids." makes $7,603 a year plus free apartment rent MOTORS INC.I'
Hennessey said his office is looking at ways worth $1.200. using student volunteers would .
I of cutting down the housing staff. save money Coker said. "
} "IF.WE CAN'T GET maintenance money Other representatives suggested I PORSCHE/AUDI | DIVISION

any other place, if we can't reduce ex eliminating unnecessary outdoor lighting."At .
penditures if there's no other way let's Tanglewood,30 per cent of the exterior 4222 NW 13th Street, Gainesville 376-4551
f look at personnel." he said to the group. .lighting is wasted,", Nebel said.

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,(,- "- Beach discussion held I


In an effort to prevent ,destruction of Oceanographic Laboratory will also addressthe
Florida's beaches engineers lawmakers and convention. Purpura prepared the, data
public officials will meet to discuss Florida's for the legislature resulting in the off-shore
plans for preserving the beaches. construction limits in Florida.
State Sen. Bob Saunders. D-Gainesville.
and Rep. Earl Dixon, D-Jacksonville. will join The convention scheduled for today and
: Bill Carlton of the Department of Natural Friday in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom
: Resources for the panel discussion on beach is spohsored by UF's College of Engineeringand
.4, preservation.Dr. the Cooperative Extension Service of the
'r1/ .. .. James Purpura of UF's Coastal and Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
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introductory lecture in preparation for a "The experience will involve SO par-
48 hour "growth experience" will be given on ticipants and will try to bring people to the
Thursday, Feb. 27. realization of totally accepting the here and
The experience called "Stop doing it to now," Preiser said.
yourself"is being offered,by a group of SantaFe
Community College psychology professorsand The introductory lecture will be held in the
Catch the limelight in adirector's Randy Preiser, former director of the Picadilly Apartment clubhouse at 7:30 p.m.
chair. Com- "Living love Center" in Berkeley. Calif. and is free.
fortable. Portable
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annual March of Dimes Walkathon March and raise $30,000. Last year 1,100 walkers
15. raised 23000.
The money will support March of Dimes
The Walkathon will commence at West- research medical programs, educational
wood Middle School at 9 a.m. Participantswill activities and community service projects
walk a route of 20 miles, ending up backat dealing with birth defects that affect some
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campground planned for Levy County is said, but added none have been' signed to : You'll be urprised (;the convenience ::;i .I j

opposed by some county officials despite formal contracts,yet and economy ol eotlno,at the University! Golf ClubJust ;, j' ;
claims by promoters that the overall economyof Klopf agreed the impressions of the v: chip shot, from,the J Jaw school? ,: > '1.t\,
the would be the project. commission toward the cam- a
area improved by proposed
You'11 hove tuftch to just 20 mfovtti;:',Choose !:>;,' :t/ '
Grimm firm, is much .y
promoting and the Klopf campground a Tampa-based near Cedar Keyon pground publicity were and misconceptions created through surrounding negative it. :' from' 15 l upecWttei' off the prill I.of f frwMhe! &&$\{' :',.:' ; \' ''f } <:;,

the Gulf of Mexico. "Gathering '75 is merely'the !name being Bar,and top ttoff, with domestic, or t ltnportedbeer's .JT:f \ ',\::1f 1'X. : "
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"WE INTEND TO have a year-round lent to the opening of the campground, ;
recreational campground," Al Klopf said. Klopf said. "Three hundred thousand peopleper
"People can camp for a day or a week or a year would be on the campground" but Dlrnng &m Course s'somet 'i I Ii
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month or whatever," he said. A year's pass for activities would be'spread out so there would # Y; different <
all campground activities would cost $52, not be that number present at any one time. : :
said Grimm and ';';' speciols that change nightly,,ir1d lng'i, .,:, 1 *
including tax. Klopf he hoped to open ACTIVITIES planned by -< : :: : : : > :Vl"'::" < the campgrounds by June .I. Klopf for the area include having 500 '? "t.11 1 1cken J f:tr"1;" Off:$1.95'or,'ft'.jShert'1: ::ho\:\ :"$ 'i h:, :'i\-J:,-\:. ,:;:'"th:,,, >;ot', h-Hi,"" ',
But some of the Levy County officials have motorcycles available for rent which can be Rpaj,RIbs o f Beef for $2.AwJttereaiover-; >! at aw a>. o i .a}
expressed opposition to the plans. driven on motocross courses 500 horses and xx, 20 rnora specials pricedd from U.95t to 53.54E\
I Kenneth Cannon, Levy County coordinatorfor riding trails, a bonfire area for evening 2? A,check out the wine Itst or orderfiom the#
planning and zoning, said the commission campfires, a karate tournament and school 1"J{' Yoa It be stwprlsedl '
would "certainly not" favor the campgroundin where anyone can (learn from karate masters,
any form. swimming, free movies, and possibly boating.The $'.;t
"WE HAD ONE ROCK FESTIVAL area is intended for what Klopf termed ":'ti
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previously which was stopped on the second "young collegians" from around the South, VIIlWOT IirtV i: S
day:' Cannon said, adding there were several the .18-28 or 30-year old category. IV" "**o *- <" t % > 9 >* -?i* >*\v, NV
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reasons for halting the festival. "We intend to put in another freshwaterlake G If (:Ii Ij'-
Violations of county ordinances and "drugs for swimming and. possibly boating," Y +i.i
found within the premises" were the key Klopf said.WHEN .
factors, he said. ASKED what he thought of i E ;
"This county's been against these things," commission's reaction to the campground, '!iTAMUM ON !'Lf"
he said, "and probably always will be." (that it would hurt the county) Klopf said, 3924)619)
Cannon also expressed doubts about the "You and I both know that's not true." '
feasibility of the campground, if it was "We think we're operating the most >
allowed tooccur."I fantastic facility for young people," Klopf
DOUBT THEY'LL have the site readyby said. "It would bring money into Levy
June," he said. "There's nothing there but County."
natural land." He said the campground would provide
"Our position is that in the area they're about 500 jobs for the county's residents. albnsptnr 1211 S.W. 16th Av
talking about it's not feasible," Cannon said. This would aid the county's economy, Cin City Plaza
"No one has approached us to request a which Klopf said has at least a 10 per .cent. laus !
permit." unemployment rate. | 4
"It's just publicity being spread around," "IT ALARMS everybody," Cannon said,
he said. "I. think it would behoove them (the referring to the"Gathering'75." He said Levy fr
promoters) to ask for a permit." County is not able to handle such a large
Klopf said he would do whatever had to be event.A .
done legally and prudently to get permissionfor letter was sent to Jack Sullivan, directorof
the campground. He added bethought the Withlacoochee Regional Planning Letalll'usBe a Part
everything possible was being done to acquire Council, asking whether the campground was
!such permission. in violation of state laws.
GLENN PREMRU of Premru Productionsin Sullivan said he was not the one who makes
Tampa said there were misconceptions the final decision on the legality of the event. of YOUR PARTY WEEKENDEnjoy
concerning the original promotion ol He forwarded the letter to AI Visintainer of
"Gathering '75." the Florida Bureau of Land-Water

"l 1 wouldn't connect my name with any Management. ttllrn
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t kind of ripoff," he said. "No way this is going! VISJNTAINER said the "only people who & Red Velvet
determination (of the of Lounge with '" "
to be a,rock festival. can make the legality '
He said everything is still in the planning the campground proposal) is the division of great food, company, &' -" ij)
stage, explaining the reason for not con- state planning." ".,: prices or'f'.
tacting the county commission with formal "We don't have any information on the sizeor .' 15 "-,
plans yet.Premru. type of development," Visintainer said, ? ', LET US BRING THE PARTY TO YOU
said he was in charge of promotinga adding the next step is up to the developers.
,karate tournament and filming it, and They must send a binding letter of requestto with great subs, sandwiches,
didn't have any control of the overall the division of state planning, detailing combinations and of
course
'75." for the campground. The division
promotion of "Gathering plans beer & wine
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Students fight it out in combat clubBy I


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JEREMIAH TURNER Calvin Timmerman is planning the strategy cording to the type of fighting and era in "The club has between 20-25 members,"
Alligator Staff Writer for his Roman legions as Dave Schneider history. These rules follow, as closely as Timmerman said. "Our members come from
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t "' across the room, gets ready to launch his possible, the correct historical data so the various backgrounds and most have played
The French frigate turns to ram the nuclear warhead in a "W.W. (IIP struggle for players have the actual feel of that style of competitive games since high school,
Englishman but is too late to avoid a world domination.Club fighting.The naturally gravitating toward the club upon i
broadside that disables her and brings victory members play two types of games. second type of combat game played coming to UF," he said. i
to the English fleet. One centers on a playing board. Players move involves replica scale models of either men Most of the games are complicated, in- j
The time,though is 1975, not 1760, and the cardboard squares representing men 'and planes or ships.The models manufactured by volving hundreds of factors during play. i
French and English commanders are two UF machines around the board according to the various companies, are,cast from iron and are DAVE SCHNEIDER, a graduate 'student '
students. complex rules included with every game. realistic in detail. in history,'has been playing combat games for
They're playing "Frigate," just one of the 'there are more than ISO types of board Players, assemble their arsenals on large years.
many war games that members of UF's games, each resembling a simulated war or board tables and act out battles by moving "There is a certain satisfaction about
simulated combat club play each week. battle as closely as possible. pieces. The moves are written down replaying an historical war; the player can
ON_THE BIG model table, club president THE RULES ARE; DIFFERENT ac- beforehand on a plotting chart and each moveis take into account a general's past mistakes ;
"' --.--........-.-.-...- scaled to duplicate the real thing. and change the outcome of history," he f
THERE ARE A number of model types added. \
available, from Caesar's Roman legions to DR. DAVID D. McLELLAN, a professor \
Roosevelt's "Great White Fleet.. of psychology, said "There are, no sample
Both board and model games can be played answers to why people play games., I suspectthe
individually, with one person controlling both main motives are the intellectual
armies; but_ two players is more common and challenges, and the competition involved."
sometimes teams compete.On "The historical aspect of them would
any game night a person can choose probably interest history buffs," he added.
'.. between a dozen wars being played on the Many of the members own more than one
{ ; J. P game;J tables. game and each usually brings several gamesto
MOST REGULAR MEMBERS play at each meeting.
Y- ... least once a week and become deeply involved "The club is very loosely organizaed, there
...... with their game. The club often has to. be are no dues or roles and anyone who wants to
reminded of closing time of their room in the play can just walk in and watch a game until
Union, 11 they feel they can play it," Timmerman said.

p.m.READER'S REDRESSA i


Two words ommitted In a story Wednesdayabout story that appeared in Wednesday's
the UF Honor Court changed the Alligator headlined "Penalty hours are not
meaning of one of the paragraphs. ''appropriate, says task force"stated the Boardof
';1. \ Instead of saying Honor Court Atty. Gen. Regent's ruled it is.unlawful for students to
> Paul Marmish "instructed (UF Atty. :Tom) register for more hours than they need to
Biggs to start making a complete record of the graduate. The article should have said the
investigation," it should have read,"Marmish Board of Regent's rules it was "improper" for
photo by sheila draper was instructed by Biggs to make a complete students to register for more hours than they
GOTCHA! record of the investigation." need to graduate.The .
,'. >.1> ,J' .three naval strategists wage war The Alligator regrets the error. Alligator regrets the error.

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EDITORIAL

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Lifeboat"Abandon


ship!" was the only thing to do when '..' s4LLSGf:: : \ti'ti:n\ }% $'nLC
the Titanic struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage. ::ti:'S}"'

But we don't believe it's the right thing to do

now when the flagship of the State University

System and the rest of the fleet are being ripped

apart by the economy. : li It
Claiming massive budget cuts may put the ,
accreditation of state law schools in jeopardy, The '
.
Florida Bar is trying to secure a lifeboat to keep

these programs afloat. .
The powerful Bar, backed by Atty. Gen. Robert t.

Shevin, is lobbying for separate funding for UF
and FSU law schools.

Although we understand the politics of vested

interest, we cannot support this move to build
another "empire" at UF to join the ranks of the J.

Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute of '
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Food and Agricultural Sciences, whose separate

budgets remain untouched by the legislature.We .
think "a house divided against itself cannot "IT\ SURE IS NICE TO SEE THEM COOB6E STUDENTS BEWMN6 THEMSEWESGAIN<< \I"

stand" is a good allegory for the psychological

division between colleges SUS Chancellor Robert The CIA it all homeThe
Mautz forsees as a result of separate funding for brings

the law schools.

We it "would seriously undermine the
agree telephone booth looked like something out of the
concept of the university as an administrative unit fadish fifties, as arms legs, gray coats and Abbie Hoffman all
making value judgments," as Mautz argues. crammed together like a suffocating PCL 201 class.
And we have to raise objections to The Bar's "WHO ARE ALL these people?" I screamed at the radicalof TONY ARNADE

contention that the present system of funding law' yesteryear as he attempted to grab the phone from under
the feet of a strange looking tap dancer SATIRE"JUST
schools through the Education and General
"CIA," he retorted. "It's really not as bad as it seems
budget threatening their future accreditation.We though, they've stopped searching my food for kernels. of
don't know what the problems are at FSU, unpolished,rice now."
but UF's law school Dean Joseph Julin received a "But why are they watching you and all of those other
letter of commendation dated Feb. 17, from The harmless domestic radicals?" I asked feeling perplexed. THINK A minute." Sherlock said intensely as he
"YOU BETTER let Sherlock answer that one." turned off his lie detector. "Have you ever been to bed with a
American Bar Association.The .
Suddenly the telephone receiver split in two and out Russian woman. They may be voluptuous in the Bond
ABA's accrediting team visited UF's ,law crawled a midget cleverly disguised to look six-feet tall. movies, but I tell you from experience, it's like wrestling an
school and wrote Julin they had come expecting to "Hello I'm agent x7843." droned the tape recorder in his over-weight mule."Everytime .
find a "standard" program but found an cloak "Call me Sherlock." KGB agent Z32v came my way I told her
"excellent" one instead. "Are you with the intelligence agency?" I asked as he everything I knew in advance. But she said I had to know
inspected my fingernails for bamboo. more than the latest football scores and she kept moving in on
And we'd like remind The' Florida Bar that
to "YOU MEAN the CIA? Oh yes, but to let you in on a little me. But honest that's all any of us knew. God, she nearly
Dean Julin-who naturally wants the most moneyhe top secret, we don't call ourselves an intelligence agency, killed me."
can get for his school- has said the best way of that's just a front to throw the Russians off. Actually there'sno "So you came home?"
funding "is, the type we now have." The law school one in the CIA with any intelligence at all." "WE ALL DID. X-098 gave all his secrets to a Chinese
"Well believe that," I remarked as he photographed my agent in Hong Kong and got the clap. V-662 made the
is funded through the E&G budget and also gets
sunburnt arms. "Tell me though, what are you fellows doing mistake of telling his to an agent in Chile and she got
special appropriations from the legislature for chasing our own citizens around when you should be out therein pregnant. And you know how the Catholic church is down
special programs. the international world?" there. They had to get married and now poor old V6 is stuck
And the law schools' accreditations are not the "Seducing.women and giving them our secrets," he brokein. with 1 13 kids and he's running out football scores."
only ones in question. UF's College of Journalism "But that's no justification for spying on upstanding US
"What? citizens at home," I accused.
Dean John Paul Jones said the accreditation
"WHY ELSE do you think we wanted to become spies. I "Oh yes it is. I'd rather give my secrets away to one of those
programs in his school is also threatened by saw the scene myself in a James Bond movie. He got seducedby lumptious 18-year old SLA agents any day of the week than
overcrowded classes and labs, a result of the a beautiful sensuous double agent who used sex to squeezea be run ragged by a brick-built Russian."
cutbacks.We secret from him." "SO THE WHOLE time you folks were out screaming
"But what's that got to do with the CIA?" I asked "make the world safe for
hope The Bar will take a broader view of the Democracy", you were really playing
"What do think motivates us to out there in the "
financial crisis the you go political prostitution with out tax money. I accused.
threatening professional
international arena and spy? To fight the international "Oh we did more than that. We bungled revolutions, set
standards of every college in the SUS, and devoteits Communist conspiracy? Come on, we may be slow but we're up the wrong dictators and generally embarrassed the US.
lobbying efforts to securing more funds for the not the President. You ought to be glad we're home instead of out there
entire system. "We're out there to get seduced by sexy double agents. destroying this country's reputation." .
Without the strong undergraduate programs; Good old Homosapien drives, wouldn't you say?" "RIGHT ON." Abbie said as he was hurried off to jail for
"Well why aren't you out there then?" I asked. inciting a riot.
we're afraid the universities may not be able to

produce the high-caliber students to attend UF's .
tine law school. "

We expect our state Sens. Bob Saunders and The' Independent David Smith 'Terri WOOdEditor.lnchief

Kenneth MacKay and Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Managing Editor

Andrews to resist The Bar's lobby and vote against Florida Alligator

legislation for separate funding of the law schools. .

all QmetcaH; ;
David Klein Donna Brugman Brian Jones
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Kenneth C. Edelin was convicted Feb. JANIS MARA week of pregnancy. }He has recently cut backto This is an indication that already doctors
IS of manslaughter in the "death" of
fetus
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the 16th through, the 20th week. may have begun employing more caution as a
abortion.
during
a legal
THIS WAY the doctor is being more result of the Edelin decision.
EDELIN ABORTED a 20-to-24 week old OPINION cautious giving himself more leeway. If 20 AND WILL the cutting-back process end
fetus Oct. 3
on 1973 by'performing a weeks is,his outside limit he can be two weeks here? Or will future trials cut the time further
'hysterectomy on a 17-year-old woman. ALTHOUGH THE woman's life might be off in his estimate of the length of gestationand and further? It is to be hoped that the appeal
The hysterectomy is a surgical procedure' in ruined by being forced to bear the child she still be safe. He has a two-week marginfor will be successful before any further blowsare
which the fetus is removed through an In.dsionin could not care for, she
though might not error. struck against a woman's right to choose.
the patient's abdomen. Seven ex choose to take the added risks of childbirth,
perts in the field of obstetrics and gynecology which is riskier than abortion these facts are
testified in support of the defense's contentionthat not considered. Instead all the attention
Edelin's action was not grounds for a focuses on the shadowy and uncertain
manslaughter charge( but simply a routine question of when life begins, and whether or
abortion procedure. not a fetus can be considered alive.
During the trial, the author of an obstetrical Anti-abortion groups say they are con
textbook. Dr. Jack Pritchard. cerned with the "rights" of the fetus but no -
testified that the fetus was,,""very likely" dead attention is paid to the rights of the woman
before the abortion was performed. who carries that fetus.
Despite this authoritative testimony Dr. What about her basic human rights? The
Edelin was found guilty of manslaughter. right to own and control one's own body; the
HOURS AND HOURS of court time were right to decide what happens to it. Do the
spent on debate about the fetus. Edelin courts have the right to force me to have, a
testified that it showed no signs< of life when it baby 1 do not wart? '
was removed from the patient. There' were If the Edelin decision is any indication, the
endless arguments( as to whether it was 18, 20, answer is "yes." This case has far-reaching
or 24 weeks old. implications in the abortion debate. If a
This is a typical example of'" mixed-up doctor is convicted of manslaughter for
priorities. While we struggle to decide performing an abortion, this sets a precedent,
whether or not the fetus is alive, we are leaving other doctors open to prosecution in
i ignoring the fact that someone else is involved the future.
the mother. ONE OF THE MAIN issues of the Edelin
Apparently, the woman's needs, her trial was the gestational) age of the fetus.
feelings,her, very existence are unimportant, Edelin estimated the fetus at 20-22 weeks,
compared with the problems surrounding the while the state claimed it to be at least 24
fetus. During the Edelin trial hours were weeks.
spent on debating whether or not the fetus Since Edelin's conviction, there is evidence
would have been capable of sustaining life that some doctors are cutting down the limitson ADVICE & DISSENT
outside the mother for even a few minutes.But gestation times within which they will
no one in that courtroom found it perform abortions.For .
worth mentioning that the very real life of a example, one Florida doctor used to
seventeen-year-old woman was involved. give abortions from the 16th through the 22nd Exploiting our sexuality



EDITOR 1 must confess vertising is exploiting humsn as Tom Allen's "Done it in a
that as I read Leonardo's sexuality. 1 feel the wrong tent lately?" did not bring
Ending Mideast conflict advertisements in the here is that the vast bombardment such an outraged response. to
February 13th and 17th issuesof of the public with my recall.
your paper I was not stirredto undue and unrealistic There is one humorous
EDITOR In the past few weeks, it Clearly, Israel has no valid claim to this an uproar. Nor did I feel pressures influences many to paradoxical 'aspect to Judson
seems the Middle East situation has area when it will endanger world peace. any great( righteous indignation obtain some mythical Ray's letter which I feel may
caused considerable controversy 1 hope to Guarantee' the safety of Israel by concerning some standard of sexual per- be common to many of his
advance a proposal that would end all having an international agreement signed blatant afront to any formance and achievement.For fellow believers. After all his .
Mid-East aggression: by the US and Russia. The Arab states moralistic attitudes, as example television ads ranting and raving about this
t Nationalize Jerusalem. This would dare not wage war when the two major Judson Ray and others obviously strongly create the feeling so-called "vulgarity," he
end the annual problem at Christmas time powers forbid it. felt.WHEN that one must have the proceeds to write concerningthe
when the Israelis monopolize Jerusalem. Do not sell arms to Israel that are I FIRST saw the adI brightest white teeth, freshest, male nude: "please put
If Israel will recall, this is the Holy City for technologically superior to the arms that I took it with humor, not at smelling body with two tomatoes alongside the
four religions. the Arabs receive. the obvious sexual orien- deodorants and feminine sprig of parsely. French
Return the Sinai desert to Egypt. ,. Create a plan of economic sanctions tation, but at the thought of "hygiene" sprays etc., etc.,. if dressing would top off the
During the 6 day war. Israel took the to be used against countries who harbor how wrongly upsetting this one is ever to attain the expected salad. calling it a
desert. and now jeopardizes world peace terrorists or who commit terrorist attacks.by type of appeal is to many sexual prowness of gastrorgasm pizza." Oddly
retaining a meaningless desert. I think a plan such as this will guarantee people. In spite of what some today's youth culture and this is the same level of
Return the Golan Heights to Syria. peace in the Middle East despite Israel's say about a progressive have a tumultuous' sex life. writing he so bitterly com
Keeping this area of Syria has increased efforts to subvert it. liberalization of our societyyou This psychological pressure is plains about (of not lower).
hostilities between the two nations. Harlan T. Smith I UC will constantly find those the problem and certainly not As for the "sour residue"
who feel that any hint of any simplistic display of the Judson felt all afternoon, mayI
... sexuality is lewd, lasciviousand human form and sexuality. I suggest that'this was merelya
pornographic." I BELIEVE it was result of the gastrointestinalflu
In my opinion this level of primarily the nude that was plaguing
intellect is comparable to the illustration which some found Gainesville recently.
EAG recycling efforts small Florida community that upsetting, for other ads, such Jon Muntz,4AS
banned certain books in their
public school libraries which
EDITOR I wish to successful in collecting paper Anyone who is interested in contained such obscenities as
commend Ms. Schrader on that the lire marshall! our recycling program or any Michealangelo's David and .
her eagerness to promote declared these floors to be afire of our other programs can call other such "trash." after the the bars
recycling. However thoughshe hazard. He ordered us ,us at 392.1635 or stop 'by Supreme Court ruling.I Sexism.
points out that this is nota not to collect or store paper in Room 304 J. Wayne Reitz DO AGREE with Judson
job for one person she has the buildings anymore. Union.David Ray on his point that it is a Should be stoppedEDITOR
,
never called us for assistance. M. Streit. Director shame that the common ,
Environmental Action Group This brings us back to the Environmental Action Group: American appeal, in ad-
individual and that "extra : Advertising is a volved obviously go along.
has been recycling for over effort" that Ms. Schrader varied and fickle animal. If Leonardo jaA may be
. four years. Many (It'our mentioned. Anybody who The Independent we wish to do away with the crass, crude, or just not
members do nothing but feels concerned enough to "blatant sexism" of funny, but pro-female bar
recycling! She is not alone spend a few moments contemplating Florida AlligatorDoug Leonardo's pizza "piece"" offers are legally

Ms. Schrader talked about about our natural then let's not stop there. discriminatory. Males havean
starting recycling groups in resources and what a mess Dial Ron CunninghamEnortoinm.nf Bars and nightclubs that equal right to discount
the dorms. Environmental they are in. can just as easily Editor Associot. Editor offer females free drinks, free prices and offers should be
minutes admission, or lower prices for discontinued or extended to
Action Group did this last ,spend a. few more Kochanic
their glass and paperto George Jr drinks are rather unfair to both sexes, whether through
year and ran into some major taking
problems. Many floors the container in the Photo EditorGrtg males who pay in full. court action or 'voluntary

simply refused to, provide commuter parking ,lot and Fomtr Mlndl KvrnanAwl. The sexism involved here is modification.
assistance. The floors that their aluminum to the bin Sports Editor :,N,ws Editor exploitation in several senses,
but males and' females in Joseph Fischer 7AG
were cooperative :were so nearest their living area. L.

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_ State law denies lobbyists use of student tees I


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Hawkins explained, they are still required to
By STUART EMMRICH with higher education legislation, such as tuition and appropriations state treasury guidelines for usage.

Alligator Staff WriterA for education. meet She specific said she thought this would include the ban against
in the
Aronofskyexplained that each university system .

student lobbying organization now being formed in would pay for part of the costs, with each school's share lobbying.HAWKINS SAID that an opinion was issued by Atty. Gen.

Tallahassee may not be able to use student activity fees for its determined by its enrollment. Robert Shevin that allowed the activity funds to be used for
because of 1974 law EACH SCHOOL would be assessed of 10 cents for
operation a state that prohibits state a charge entertainment, but added she didn't think the opinion wouldbe
funds from being used for lobbying purposes. each full-time student enrolled. The money would come from
to include other uses, such as lobbying.
The Florida Student Lobby, organized by the state Councilof the student activity fees. interpreted
Student Body Presidents, depends on student activity fees Although a state law prohibits state funds from being used Aware of the possible legal problems of the lobbying

from each university in the State University System to set up a for lobbying purposes, Aronofsky said he thought the activityfees organization the UF Student Senate Tuesday night passed a
"University Student
$2,830 to
central lobbying organizatin during the spring legislative might be exempted from the statute. bill allocating a Legislative
Service.
session. He explained the state attorney general's office has Information
APPROXIMATELY $10,000 would be used to pay for an exempted activity fees from similar restrictions in the past, Student Senator Bill Leach explained to the senate the legal

office copying equipment, a WATS phone line and three paid and might also do so in this case. problems of the lobby and suggested the money to be
full-time positions. BUT REBECCA HAWKINS of the attorney general's legal allocated to a group whose sole purpose would be to collect

David Aronofsky, Florida State University student body opinion office said she didn't know if the activity fees wouldbe and dispense data about the legislature.

president and one of the organizers of the lobby, said the exempted from the state law, "but I doubt it." AGONOFSKY, reached in Tallahassee Tuesday, said UF

purpose of the organization would be to lobby for bills dealing Although the activity fees are not considered a part of the was the only school that had not allocated money to the lobby,
and that the other schools in the university system still expected

the group to be a lobbying body.
_ Student Senate allocates fundsBy Aronofsky explained the purpose of the organization was to

"cpordinate lobbying efforts of students" in the university

system.
LINDA IIAASE four-day tour of southern cities.A He added, however, that another purpose of the
Alligator Staff Writer recommendation to allot $10.000 to SG from ASFAC to organization was to provide a central information center for

sponsor free entertainment for students spring quarter and a students who were interested in lobbying for bills other than

The Student.Senate passed bills allocating S2972.51 for the '$2.000 allocation to the economics department to sponsor a those pertaining to education.

Vita Parcours Fitness Park and the transfer of $23,881.48 distinguished professor chair were passed on first reading. ARONOFSKY EXPLAINED he felt the organization

from Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) THEY ARE NOW subject to an additional reading and shouldn't "get involved in political issues, like the ERA

to the Career Planning and Placement Center at Tuesday passage before becoming l law. (Equal Rights Amendment) adding this was one of the

night's meeting.The reasons he hoped the lobby would be exempt from the
Senate approved special requests appropriating $2,830 Steve Block, senate member, said SG needed the $10,000 restrictions of the public funds law.

lor a University Student Legislative Information Service and from ASFAC because "students cannot afford to pay for Applications for the three full-time paid positions in the
UF events, so we want to bring in a jazz festival, the Nitty Gritty taken the Council
$1,098 to Chamber Singers to finance a tour. lobbying organization are now being by of
THEY ALSO APPROVED Dirt Band and a movie series to them." Student Presidents. Positions available
a membership change on the Body are manager,
Police Liaison Committee to include two students not affiliated Under the distinguished professor chair bill, two economic assistant manager and secretary-clerk.

with Student Government.The professors,one from Sweden and one from Holland, will teach Applicants should not be students during spring quarter

UF Chamber Singers will use the money to perform at :Dne class each during spring quarter. In addition to this, each and should be able to live in Tallahassee during the 90-day;

the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans March 23 as part of a professor will give approximately five public lectures. legislative session.

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Mullet Shrimp ;r v"a
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TrOUt Rock Shrimp of the party all over UF. '
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Unxeploited Areas ,
Last year at this time. a nationwide "streaking" fad sI
Stone Crab Claws Private Parties )gripped Gainesville and thousands stripped down to their.
498-3501 sneakers to jog uninhibitedly throughout the campus.It .
was all "hilarious." but UF officials "took too hard a
,Everything Prepared Fresh For You stand when some of the alumni bitched" reminisced UF's F
most famous streaker William Rich Norvell."A .
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what their daughters were seeing at college" he said. B
POL.ARGUARD@Cool Norvell made headlines in March last year when he y 3'
streaked across Florida Gym wearing only tennis shoes, socks M'Y u 4., 9e
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and a red scarf during the half-time of the. Florida-Alabama b2 > $ 4U ;
basketball ,game..:
Looking back Norvell said he "feels the same way now as -- tia--
l li right after I did it. I think it's the funniest thing I've ever
done."
.. Carrying out an intricately detailed plan with his fraternity, : c
Norvell ,wore a trench coat into the gym and took his seat in
the third row. At half-time, he dropped the coat and made a z:
dash for the door.

A GETAWAY CAR parked near Murphree Area whisked A combination of peer pressure and'"being pretty high at
him away to the safety of the fraternity house. the time" prompted him to streak past the library. he
The daring dasher later turned himself in and threw recalled.
himself on the mercy of the Student Conduct Committee. Streaking became so popular, Roeder said because it"didn't
Norvell completes the five-quarter probation ordered by the hurt anything, yet it was breaking the law-a pretty
committee this spring. stupid law-and throwing it up into the face of authority."
Why'd he,do it? "You gotta have some way to flaunt
But he wouldn't do it again. "There are more, importantways
yourself at the system." he explained. After months of to break the law" Roeder said.A .
"school, school school" students need some way of relievingthe TOTAL OF eleven people-three of them female-got
tension, he said. caught with their pants down last spring. The University
Streaking offered a different way-"illegal but funny"-of
and
Police Department arrested two non-student streakers
doing just that he said. handed nine students over to the conduct committee: UPD
IN RETROSPECT,Christopher J. Roeder said he views his .
public' information officer Jim Shuler said.
naked jaunt near Library West last February as a "pretty
Shuler said he remembers when more than 1.000 naked
foolish activity." students gathered in the wee hours of the morning between
Hume and Graham dormitories.As .
a member of.the WUFT (channel 5)) camera crew, he
I" filmed the streakers as they raced and clowned around
Graham Pond.
"We got five minutes of terrific footage,' he chuckled.
"They were coming straight at us."
UPD IIAD BLOCKED off Museum Road to prevent traffic
accidents and keep ,gawkers.: from outside UF from pouringinto
the area.
"I saw a lot of men with business suits and ties on there
Comfort By SnowlionLook just standing back and watching the show," Shuler

sharp around town or In the rough. Our parka protect remembered.Mass .
streaking dorm-wide strip tease shows, and nude
you from cold or damp or windy conditions. Lightweight only
:34 ozs. Trim stylingJin's. dashes through Library West and Floriday Gym put UF in the
streaking top ten among the nation's colleges. By March UF
had earned ranking as the number six streaking university in
the U.S. by an organization calling itself the "National
Collegiate Streaking Association."
Aquatic & Trail Center Inc.1 R4 Norvell said he can't foresee a "streaking revival" and he
wouldn't join in even if there was one.
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looking for an advanced undergraduate for the following positions within

Public Relations or FLORIDA STUDENT LEGISLATIVE

Journalism major skilled. in FEATURE SERVICES: ,

WRITING. 'w 1.. Managing Director (- _:;" ,.M:,:: ..1..
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Interested students should come The purpose of the service- to

to the Student Government Office, gather and dispense information

305 J.Wayne Reitz Union, anytimenext about the activities of the

week between 3:45: and 5:00: legislature and pending bills.

p.m. All three positions are paid.

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electric bills. :'

We' will receive 100 percent of our operating budget regardless of whetheror ,

not the facility is built. We will not receive more.

Capital construction funds are not available every year to us. This year theyare.

,It's a one-shot deal. If we don't get the money, SOMEONE ELSE WILL.

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WE DON'T GET THE ,MONEY FOR A NEW FACILITY, SOMEONE ELSE ,WILL IT'S

NOT THE SAME MONEY THAT GOES INTO RUNNING UF. WE'RE NOT SWAPPING.

ANYONE'S EDUCATION FOR A"" NEW BUILDING.STUDENT.

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STUART EMMRICH Tallahassee where it is put into a crime Sf (\
Alligator Staff Writer computer.He )
Bike riders who i ignore citations given for said that an entry into the computer t
traffic violations may soon find their driver's makes it impossible for a person to either ,
license suspended, according to UF Traffic receive or renew a driver's license without first \\ \\ \\\
Court Chief Justice Bruce Singer. clearing the bike violation. t
Singer said Wednesday some !students are "THE STUDENTS DON'T seem to realize
not responding to tickets for bike violations how serious this (the bike violation) really is," : \
and added these !students did not seem to Singer said explaining he was encountering '
realize that bike violations were dealt with the students who were not coming in to answer' \ \
same as other vehicle violations.A ,the tickets.. .
BIKE VIOLATION is a "regular ticket Singer said he was going to try and give ,,
and is treated as such" Singer said. violators a 10 day grace period before sending \
Singer said violators who are usually cited their names off the Tallahassee but added it a
for running a stop sign or driving at night was still important that violators come to the
without a headlight, are notified that they. traffic court as soon as possible.
must appear at the traffic court within 10 Singer emphasized that bike violations
days.. should not be taken lightly because the
4, ; Singer.: explained that if the violator does penalties are stricter than parking violations,
not appear in court or arrange to pay his $5 arid could actually result in someones license
fine within that period his name is sent off to being suspended.
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I. : Politicians react to ERABy



KEN GOODMAN range constitutional aspects of its im a
Alligator Staff Writer plementation." .a
1 Sen. Kenneth MacKay(D-Ocala) and Rep.
Two local state legislators have replied to William Andrews (D-Gainesville) have not
written requests from the Gainesville Human responded to the HRAB'a urging.
Relations Advisory Board which .urged The HRAB also discussed including a
support of the proposed Equal Rights "sexual preference" provision in the proposed a
Amendment (ERA). anti-discrimination ordinance currently being
The replies were read at the ijRAB's considered by the Gainesville! City Com
Tuesday evening meeting. mission.
Rep. Sidney Martin (D-Gainesville) stated THE PROVISION would prohibit
his support for the ERA. saying he has "long discrimination on the basis of sexual
been an advocate of this legislation and it is preference.
my intention to continue to support it." Chairwoman Audrey Herbert however,
MARTIN COMMENTED in his letter on said the actual inclusion of homosexuals in
the bill's chances of passage: "I feel. that .the ordinance was not planned "at the
the ERA will not meet with much trouble in moment."
the House but will see quite a debate in the "There has not been a demonstrated need
Senate." for including homosexuals in the ordinance"
The other reply came from Sen. Bob she said.
Saunders(Gainesville)who wrote "While I The draft' of the ordinance now, being
have no philosophical problem supporting the considered prohibits discrimination on the
wording of the Equal Rights Amendment. I'I basis of marital status race religion, creed,
do have some questions concerning the long- national origin or sex.II" .


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parking garage to I IA

second parking garage will be erected on The low base bid was submitted by Drake
the west side of the J. Hillis Miller Health Contracting of Ocala already under contractto
Center adjacent to Wilmont Gardens an UF for fire code correction work. The bid
experimental plant area. was SI,912.000 with an additional cost of
The new garage will not interfere with $88.000 for waterproofing the top floor
Wilmont.Gardens but will affect a research according to Webb.
orange: grove according to Neil Webb The Board of Regents_has approved the bid
associate, director of university planning with the waterproofing, and construction ,ALSO
HOWEVER, THE ORANGE TREES are !should begin in two to three weeks Webb
being.: relocated around campus and a new said. FEATURING
.grove: will be started south of Lake Alice. It is scheduled to be completed within'! 240 :
Webb said bids for the construction of the calendar days which means that both garages .' '
garage were $700,000 less than the amount should be'finished at approximately the same he 50 Hotwax
.budgeted) for the project. time he said..
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cloncon 80 watt receiver and lab.24
IHNEY MMOICIMN.' "'' turntable exel!. condo 270 1973 Dodge sport auto' : AC, 6 cycl Collecter selling old original movie
165 new asking loaded take over payments and small posters limited supply to call 3738704.
or best' offer
p \ I oudiovox FM tuner for cosh difference, 378.5028 alice sun man (A.5T.9Q.P) $1.25 Nil 2:30 PJA.
O .ti car 8 track $25 call fred 377.(776 (a,5t- wed eve 3923081 excellent condo EXCEPT SUNDAY
8P; ) 19,000 miles (o3tB9p). FOR RENT

D Cut' 36' Mobil Horn in country ideal 1971 Chev Nova green 41,000 v. good
for student or close couple air condo condition no air, power brakes,am radio $95 sublet utilities electric included air I i 1:55 3:55
7.-00: 920FRIDAY: awnings. storage shed asking $1400, power steering gas saver I Call between and heat one room, shore bath, frig, hotplate tv.w. I
485 2D5 evenings (A.8T.85.P) 8.12 pm, 373.3637 (a.51-89.p) 3 blocks off campus quiet !11 sl.O1NlVARo 5:55 7:50 9:50
responsible mole grad student desired.
Bargain World i I. Mobile home 1972 12 60
moving to a more x carpet brick
Available Immediately. Call 3733627 A FILM, BY PAUL MAZURSKY
convenient location to better serve skirt t anchored 377.3090 $3900 must
Bunk beds $55 you. see 4400 SW 20 Ave. lot between 8-12 PM (b-5t-89-p)
REfrig $35 2614 NE 18th No. 27. (m 5t88 .ART CARNEY
Terrace Phone 377.9835 (o.5t.91.p) 'ol
ReN IIMS.: w For Sale: '69 KHARMAN GHIA low 30 gal aquarium complete over $180
CENTER Mileage Good Tires Excellent Shape invested 3 mo old. selling to buy larger
7:30: 9:30: $1095.00 Call 376.7532 day or 378-3345 tank The best of everything asking Comt in and tell us
Mti M. w. 13te nights 4 weekends (o.7t.91.p) $130 call 378.5917 after 5. (a.31-89.p)
Whit' doves for tale what you think of
Symbol of peaceor 69 Firebird air on power steering +
of 'the Holy Spirit' Guaranteed' brakes auto trans new exhaust system Beefn Cheese
healthy. Cost' from $7 'to $9. Coll 466- brakes curb starter sell or 'trod for _
Dustin Hoffman 3201. (o.2t.91.p) motorcycle call 372.1008 (o.51.69.p) Arbyi at Arby's. ,

LHASA APSO male Gainesvllle'slagest Indoor
puppy only one
"Lenny" left. AKC reg shots wormed and FLEA MARKET. toast
adorable these shaggy lap dog Every Fri:Sat Sunday SEtfSin
A little' bit of
originally from Tibet, Ideal opt pet everything for HAIIIYtloNTO
ABobFos.so Film HOuse trained .' everyone / lck
now 3731059 (o 5t 1 p) 120'( E. Univ. Ave 3783431A +

RINGS Brand new engagement and ( .8T.90-P)
wedding rings Vi karat, yellow-gold,
daimonds on both rings value $500, .
HEWLITT PACKARD ,
HP 35 almost
selling $350 call after new
4 pm, 377 8765 R
(a.Jt.91.p l ) costive$295 will sell for $150 also fisher .t.
tdidstate stereo amp $95 372.2020 (AJT90P .
ACADEMY a ;x...> Victor Garcia classical guitar with hard ) ..-__ ;Z _.....
case$80 834 SW 9 St 377-4065. (o.2t.91.p) '
1973 Kawasaki 90cc street bike Very
AWARD two 5.5 cubic ft refrigerators $35 each good condition Come by and see and SODTHEW
(great shape). Also, arminlus 22 clb
: ride after 5:00: pm. No phone. Only "
NOMIMTI9KS > championship target pistol, $75. calf( for 5300.00 216.w 3 Ave. Apt No 2 (AST' rjWcIez MUSIC-HALL vll
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5 more info 377 8242 (o 2t 91 p) 90-P)

: sports cor,70 slots, convertible' needs
> a 8x35 trailer all electric ac excellent 3 W. Uni. Ave.
SORRY ys. good home, a little care. call 373-7655 condition moveable must sell $1000 or PRESENTS
NOPASSfSO* after 5 $850 (a.Jt.91-p) best offer call nancy 378.6355 after 6

|DISCOUNT TICKETS JEWELRY Custom mode for those who (A.4T.90-P) ____ __
lul ATT t appreciate art in gold, silver, and Fine enlorger durst m600 w.lent, for 35mm or JJ1atldlPstcf
Gems.. Studio, 103 By appointment only 2'/, 11x14 easel and print washer $125
A Marvin Worth Production ..:::,Valerie PerrineEaar..Nsei.olr 3733894 (A13T90P! ; 377-0355 510 nw 15 ave. (A.4T.90-P)

toiMflptarDr rioeilc.eby OWcM* opel kadet runs good inspected 35 mpg Diamonds, Sapphires, Emeralds, Jade,
David V. Picker Julian Barry Marvin Worth Bob Fosse 250$ ready to go call.373..2403 or see at and 95 other gem minerals. All qualities
1021 nw 55 lerr (A 2T 90-P) STANKY
BROWN'S
[IR1] UntBdArftttsI' available. Priced from 25 percent to 50 GROUP
For Sale: Superb Stereo System Maranlz' percent' below retail Custom cutting .
1200 Infmty 2000A electrostatic speaker from $1000 Unconditional Guarantee
Thorns TD 125 |luc Sea 10 Call Ken 376- OZ2IE By appointment only 373.3894
March 1
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greenhouse sole healthy plants in cloy Wedding Bonds, ft Engagement Rings.
Reserved
Seats
All
pots Sunday only 10am 4pm. go west on Traditional or Contemporary designs of &
newberry rd past.' I 1.75. to nw 91st st. your choice. Handmade for Individualswho 8 a 11 p.m.
$400
follow signs' (A 3T 90-P) want the best. Original work by

For sale Mobile Home 8' x 35' Excellent South Leading Artists Master GoldSmith
Tickets at Rebel Discountmoin( IBox Office
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cdndition Call after 3 pm at 373-0048 (fail and lapidist Unconditional :
Guarante OZZIE By appointment only
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373.3894. A.13T.90-PJ) COMING MAR. 8-JI MM IE SPHEERIS + HIS BAND
QNU Ml* 73 Honda 350, new set of hooker
Raffertywasn't Cinema I headers excellent con $750.00. or best
offer Mike 373-0924 (a.51-87.p)

Minolta Celtic 135 mm F 3.5 lense. Never
used. Still in the box Sells for$160 new. -
going Only $90 377.7334 (o.51-67.p) 3:30 5:30
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anywhere 3:45: A Pentax Spotmatic II with a Tokumar F- 7A011 0 ','
.1 1.4 50 mm, a Takumar f-3.3 28 mm, ando
anyway. 5:50: Sahgar f.35 80-200 mm. Best offer. American Film Theatre's
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7:55: Coll 376 8900od5t88( ]) tt ,
Cannon 135 mm f3.5 lens W.lens hood : ;
10:00: and cose, year old good condition. $80 1 TS
or Best offer Call 392.731S (o.5t.88.p) r -
THE MAIDS
univox electric piano mint condition I
$360 call after 4 00 378.9779 (o.5t.88.p)

LMS Fender \jazz boa natural finish with .,,,
neck condition $235, call
maple perfect .
ken: ot 392.8845 (o.Si.88-p) I 2DO: & 8:00: P.M. ; ,

1973 mobile 12x50 central heat & air 2
bedrooms fully furnished $1200 equity S
monthly note 75.77 or make
assume
( offer must sell call 3732064 (A.7T.85.P) .

fy For sale MMinolta SSR.1 35 mm camera
af t and lesn $100 or bell offer call Wayne LAST DAY LAST DAY
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FOR RENT FOR RENTPrlvote FOR RENTBeautiful FOR RENTFemale PERSONAL LosrlfFOUND

1 FOUND o block cot with white paws
female, own room 2-br dupl., unfurn. bedroom, Wlndmeodows lux.Apts 3 BR unfurnished opt to roommate wonted for spring Goy m.n and women meet Thurs. ot 7 behind crystal call JIB 372.9322 keep
central heot-ac. pets allowed nice, private bath $99-mo+ 1-3util. sublease starling 3-1-75 call 377-5747 quarter. The oaks opt. Call after. 5 pm. pm 107 nw ISTer.:speaker (from Arico (|j. (H.5T-90-P)

quiet privacy see lull., 2120 e. unlv. furnished, cable TV, 2712 SW 34th St. oft.r 3:30 (b-St-68-p) 378-3733 (b-5t-91-p) 4t-88-p) -- trying mustIdentify
eve no. 4 ofter 6:00: (b-5t-89-p) 373-3358 or 377-8440 1 1B.< TP) ovoilobl. immediately !SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON Found o watch and doss ring
I sublet pvt room male 2 blks from OWN BEDROOM to claim call 376-9471 ask forSt.v.
roommate needed georgetown opts. I br opt furnished $110-mo. 5 bike. campus $85 month spring qtr-oc, carpet, SBO-t. utilities Village Apts.furnuhitd, NOW OPEN, Speclaliiing In English look hair (L.3T-9Q.P) ._ __
No 71 $85 plus rt uti. own room pool air north or library West Available im- maid, cooking-pay no utilities call glenn two baths toll Patsy. 3731980. (B-7T-90- rutting, blow waving for the In
walk or bike to campus. Please contact mediotley Call 377-0484! anytime. '(18. 378-5443 (B.3T-90-P) 1"") un I.... Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. SERVICES
onn 378.2994. (Ib.31.89.p) 3T.90-PI) Un Iv. Ave. 377.2643Q-50t.53-p(( )
Sublet Ig I bedroom apt unfurnished molar and minor repair on all foreignond
t female roommate needed own room BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFill: available late March thru June $165 WANTEDMed Poncho's, Backpacks, Pocks W-fromes, domestic auto See Bill ond Mike
"hoviion village" $62.50 mth plus 1.3 Now Is the time to ,'ortlooklng for that mnth includes AC good view high rise student seeks roommate for own Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White Auto Repair at 2225 NW 6 St. or call 376-
utilities call after 5 376-1467 ((8.8t-86-p) ideal home for spring or foil qtr. W. call 373-2806 after 6 pm. (b-5t-89-p) bedroom, both In country gardens Stag Speedo Bathing Suits' Join Unlv Trail 9479 (m-5t.87-p)
have many listings avail for then a behind med center $116. mo prefer' grad Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic I WIRED fOR SIGHT
I bedroom apt 1 block from med center WANT TO MOVE?
4 campus $16900 unfurn. or $189.00furn. small deposit can hold It for you. Coll If desire from or prof student 373-7144 (c-5t-88-p) Center.. 3448 W. Univ. 373.9233ft.72(( "TSe Eyeglass Super Mart"UNIVERSITY '
you to move your present
today 377-699J cj) ______ OPTICIANS
dishwasher laundry carpet pool location we can rent sublet It or find you
rec room no pets call 373.8063 (B-5T-. OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE $80 + '/. a roommate Immediately! at NO COST. male roomate to shore furn 1 bedroom SUMMER IN EUROPE Unl-Trovel 300 SW 4th ..v.. 3784480Eurd'pe"
90-P) utilities Village Apts 'townhouse, furnished Call todayll opt Olympia opts 1 1100 sw 8th Ave $75 Charters. at less than V4 reg. economy Israel' Africa Asia travel

a room in a nice house 3 blokes from uf two bath call Debbie after. six United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. mo. -ti{ utilities C-o6, heat, carpet 2 for. 65 days advance paymentrequired. discounts year round student air travelInc

in 2 acres of land $95 monthly need o p.m. 373 2944 113 NE 16th Ave 377.6992 (b-fr-55-c. ). blocks fr campus toll Bob 373-8874 (c-5t- Am.Tronsavla707's.. US Cov'l, approved.Call toll free TWA-Pan 1-800- 4228 first ove tucker go. 30084 ((404))
quiet responsible female call 372.1724 Needed Immediately I or 2 f.mol.roomOl.s 88-p) 934-0660 (m-25t.B8-p)
befor Horn after 5 B-5T-90-P female Roommate Wonted "Hawaiian Female roommate wanted. own room In 325.4867.13t86p(| )
pm ( ) for 2 bedrm 2 bath opt. $58.00 classes 'It
obedience
Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 blh, o-e heat, pool! o month + % utilities, five min walk 2 bedroom duplex pets ok, central heat, Gainesville's largest Indoor Professional dog
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own room in comfortable oak forest' $61.25 + '/. util. call 373-9767 now being offered 2 mo. course $30.
etc. a mo. from med center call 373-5452 b-5l-91- ( .
house $86. + 'V util bike March 10 from 8-9 pm et army
town mo easy oft.. 4 p.m. Available Mar. 1 (b-lOt-89- Every. Fri.-Sat' .-Sunday begin
or bus to UF call chuck or bill 373-1617 ) Pj) WANTED TO BUY Tenor Guitar Must be reserve. ne 8th, ove. 373-1059 keep
Pj 40 Lockable Booths
Ib.5t-89-p) female roommate needed for comfortable reasonable. Most any condition. 378- (m-10t-9l-p
( trying ( )
sublet, large one br unf apartment $4 Doyly, 1st, Weekend Fr.. when you
3 BR, 2 both Immaculate, fully furnished University Gardens $143 per month 2 bedroom opt I own room 7700 anytime (c-5t-89-p) stay a month. Reserve. yours now. Excellent childcare/ by experienced LPN.
mobile hom. Central heat & AC. On available Match 1 call anytime 378-5466 $425 + Vi utilities Available 3-21-75. Female roommate wantedl Gotorwood 1201 E. University. Ave 378-3431 1 (J8T. hour day or week, country otmo phere.
lakefront lot' Trees. Rent $180. or sale (b-3t-89-p) Call Wendie at 373.3835 otter 5 pm (b- opt. shore 2 bedroom 2 both $60 toll 90-P) 5 miles NW. 1-75 any age-any time 472-
376-4126 wknds. (b-2t-86-p) 3t-9l-p) Now 377.7914 (c-5t-89-p) 2118 (m-5t-91-p)
sublet room la mancha opts $90 per Quality leatherwork. never wears out -
Female Roomote needed .for Spring GOLD & SILVER for'ctkrings TYPISTI! Fost.dependable
Top prices paid EXPERIENCED
month pool oc furnished carpets ph 373- Wlndmeodows 2 bedroom it always wears in At MoSanDu we
2
6474 Jerry. available March I (b-5t-89-p) quarter. old (lewelry, etc confidential: co> specialize In custom' leatherwork Rotes negotiable Term. papers, resumes
bath '
furnished Call 377.7887 anytime (b- Oztle 313.3894 e-50-53-c Coll Phyllis 372--767 (m-sp-91-p)
( ) sandals etc
purses, belts, coats, jackets, ,
Alachna Female roommate, bedroom 3 blk St-91-p)
own
County. Help! Female roommate needed travel bogs. If it can be mode of leather SLEEPY HOlLOW HORSE FARM ridingocod.my
from $65 mot- 1-3 utilities call
campus OWN ROOM In 3 bedroom house Pref. .
make it MoSanDu 4 boarding stables.Professional
to suit
urgently $60 + utilities Gotorwood we can you.
Sehovown or Anne 3778005. (b-St-88-p) female '/. util.
83.50 + fireplace big
huntseot Instruction lighted
GeneratorServiceAlternatorsStarters close to campus no deposits call H31 W.University Ave. open lOom-opm
for spr qtr. fern roommate needed at yard near duck pond 378-22521512 NW marlene 373-3735 anytime at 0111) (c-5t- Monday thru Saturday, by appointment ring S trails Also the finest In boarding.
landmark opts 2 br. pool, oc, heat, dish 2nd St desperate (b-5t-9l-p) 88-p) Sundays evenings, 373.7470.j-sp.7/( 373-1059Im.101.91-p( ))
washer, laundry. $58 + 'A utit. Ise thru
2 spacious completely furnished 1 c) ID.' PHOTOS
(June 15. call 377-8016 (b-5t-88-p) bedroom opts directly behind' normon HELPI) Female roomates wanted for cozy
-Generators- furn. 2 bdrm. landmark apt Ideal easy going mole, 27, new to uso, wishesto passports, resumes, and applications
MALE roommate needed; OWN room 12 hall. Available mar 15 call 373-8064 or facilities $58t utilities call kathy or meet female partner. Interested In natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera
Foreigji CarService x 70 mobile home, shag, <.:*, Washer- 378-6134 evenings (b-7t-91-p) shoron 373-2784 (e-3t-91-p) ,travel, films photography, music, talk. work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20>-
dryer.,dishwasher shaded lot -- $85 mo. Female roommate needed for Spring' Terry 37701662l91p(| ) 91.p)
+ 111 util; call 373-5414 376-\t II after 5. Quarter.. 3 bedroom Windmeodows Apt roomate wanted own room $-50 mo + I3 1-
Wreck
utl. starting spring quarter. close to To the men of the "House of Cheer," Scuba posses starting f.b. 26th.
(b-2t-91-p) 77.50 + utilities Must be Neatll Call
373-6422 campus call 373-0835 (c-3t-91-p! ) Congratulations on your ft year anniversary Dive March 9lK. Soles Service Rentals
(b-St-91-p)
Ph. 378-4011 Sublet large 2 br I bath unfurn. opt. 2 See you ot tonight's Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom.
8th miles from campus SW$205 Mo.All x-tro Motur. mole or female roommate HELP WANTED celebration! Love, Your Girlslt9lp(| ) T.V.) Aliens Aquatic Trail Center. Inc.
508 N.W. Avt. facilities included toll after 6:00: 377- wonted. for 2 br mobile home oc and 3448 W Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-86)
RITA: Happy Birthday. 21 sounds real
furnished 80 mo. plus Vi utilities 378- Female to deliver new Corvettes during
8318 (b-5t-88-p) 3907 (b-2t-91-p) spare time. Must be attractive and ocompetent fine Tweet Tweet Shainaputum (j-lt-91-( 'Foreign car owners, need reliable
driver.. For interview call 372- ) service. ? Grand Prix Motors of Brodenton
sublet georgetown unfurnished 2 bdrm PjThe will service. on weekends Interested. ?
s, 8152. (F..IOT-90-P) world beyond is as different from
378-5897 377-6906
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DRACULAa Coll John 378-7159 (M-3T-90-P)
MS
fff711 Pj) SUMMER POSITIONSFine this world as this world Is different. from
that of the child while still In th. wombof typing service. any material M price
"Utterly "Perverse andentertaining. Houses positions for men in New England its mother. Baha'l Writings ((|-lt- thesis typing Professional work. Deliver
hilarious." I. $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992 91-c) 462.2739 (M-3T-90-P)
for .
2. 2 bdr $125 NW Sect. 377-6992 summer camp boys ((47th year)
Extensive ((26 WSI show with southern HORSES BOARDED little' Prairie Ranch.
-tMlMt -Viii.,.Viii. 3. 3 bdr $155 Walk to campus 377-6992 aquatics program to girl ot early spirit :
\rat4bkmnf staff) openings for swim Instructors; comfort, I'd like, to meet you thur 9:00: at Informal a friendly all facilities. 6 ml
miles of
4 24 acres 3 to U F 377-6992
730: & sailing; waterskiing. ; kayaks; canoeing. Boskln-reblns or reply here. (Q2t-9l-p( ) from UF stalls $75, posture $25 mo. 376-

Apts. Also, experienced tennis instructors ((14 Dear gumdrops, how does It feel to be 4719 eve (m-1f -86.p)

1. $85 Util Paid 377-6992 courts.). Other openings. Campus interviews related? congratulations, now officially HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY

dL i TONIGNT.$100rw..s 2. $70 Walk to Campus 377-6992 Travel allowance. Only full you're my sisterlll' love you, Goody AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS
3. 2 bdr $90 Save II 377-6992 resumes considered. Comp Moh-Kee- (whotobetger) (|-lt-91-p)
Noc 137 Thocher lone,.South ,
Orange
4 5 acres Pool.2 bdr. 377-6992 REVERE CYCLE WORKS learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G.
@ .r.rmw A Film by PAW.MORRISSLY.COt0M ABRYANSTONPtCTUSISCELEASEEQUILASUNRISE
N J. 07079 3T-90-P
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Avail tor Spring Qtr. Outrageous savings up to $25.00 on
1. $75 Efficiency Utl. pd. 377-6992 $7500 to recoverer of roleigh super Introductory prices
[ NITE 2. 2 bdr Walk to campus 377-6992 course 10 speed was green tall 26" Follis 072$165.00 save $25.00 Now $140
3. 3 bdr $170 No ,lease or deposit 377. frame, 27" aluminum wheels, low Follis 072 Gl $225.00 Save $25.00 Now
f, 6992 profile brown gumwoll tires, brooks $200.
-50C( ALL NITE 50C 4. $85 Moble home 377-6992 champion narrow leather seat on Sentinel Sophomore $130.00 Save Beef'n Cheese
frame, wheels, UF266333528 bike No. $20.00 Now $110.00
T Gr&A] United Real Estate 349681 on left rear fork. toll ((904)) 392- Sentinel' Whisper $180.00 Save $20.00
from
slcffll \ 113 NE 16th Ave 7325 (E-5T-90-P) Now $160.00Whil. Arby'smakes

Open 9AM to 8 PM 377-6992 they lost or till 2-25-75
233 W. Univ. Ave. 377.3013STUDENTS : AUTOSMAZDA 521 W.University. Ave.

1973 silver 10-6PMMon.-Sot. Arasr

NEEDED BY EV,ALUATION om-fm radio four door sedan grey std.walt (| ) 37857561I.3191c st February
transmission only 17,000 miles $2700

Next quarter, the Course & Teacher is I interesting j, and rewarding and we call 376-5012 (G-FR-85-NC) LOST&FOUND iZttSsttdrtlck special.

Evaluation will be different from past have some r money for salaries. If you WANTED low mileage VW or Toyota ,l
wagon Preferably with automatic hM\/
editions. It will have student input and can, come b]/ and hear what we have transmission. Coll 377-0700. (g-5t-87-p) Lost female burmese cot choc. brown
with gold lost
eyes seen carry vlg. area.
teacher input. in mind. Our meeting is tonight, 1969 cote ino Pont ac station wagon Reword 373-0065-II.3.91-p( )
new radial tires, n.w exhaust system,
February 27 at 7:00: in room 121 of J. heavy duty springs'call after. 4 00 $895

Those of us working on the Wayne Reitz: Union. Messages can be negotiable 378-9779 (g-5t-88-p)
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evaluation need help from students in left at the Oi micron Delta Kappa officer LLOYD'S CORVETTE PLACE We buy and -

collecting the teacher input.. The work on 'third floc> Union. sell 10 and Jacksonville Cassat Ave, Florida(g-20t-73-p 1.3883311) I- FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE' ANALYSIS

W11H A TUNS uh
FOR SALE 1969 VW excellent mech.
condition $475 call david 373-3430 or /iir. 10 percent OFF plugs, ph. cond.

f'ame factory come see 104 N.W. 21 St. after. 5. (g-3t- 11tT ft labor thru P b.28
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1W2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372.5247

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Invitations $11.40 per 100, \\ Ill I ///:
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COED'S facial hair removed permanently Renaissance

Call Edmund Dwyer -.- -otters-

framing on labor 25 % off Call electrologist 372-8039; over(J-FR-6I-C 20 years) experience. FAST OFFSET PRINTING

Term. Papers! Canada's largest Service.For camera ready cOPY .
catalogue; send $2 to: Essay Services, from any ,;
Do-it-yourself framing 10 % off 57 Spodina Avenue. Suit. 206 Toronto,

Ont. Canada. Also, campus representatives 2M copes
required. Please write. (-35t-70-|

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& Lambert prints .25 % off cOKY0 WiG j, or 1000 copies ". ,



Selected moldings 25 % -50 % off kmKARATIGI for $9.95.on most ordelz. ;

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Publix were working harder than ever to Vsumliul (, r ItfKAJlU LAS
keep everything clean and shiny. Tnpk..r N..d'.Ir..d. f.re flerldn

i system Orange Juice. . . ::::29'
Our unit pricing makes it .
easy to be a smart shopper.You can tee-White' WesternCauliflower
S compare size,price and unit price at a . . ;::; 59
glance.And you'll find plenty of in-store specials Crisp...,ltI.
and the latest new products on our shelves,too.. .
Pascal I Celery I . . :.? 19C
Tender Freih. Crisp.
Bn .
;! Pole Beans . . . ;:: 33CT
1, ..tjr Tender PrethYellow.

AL BOfUS S Squash . . :.r 29e
U.t. Ne. 1 Ore...Juicy
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BoscPears . . . ; 6C
2..ty ten Ginnt lr.nd ((1 >..c.... >., Fkg. .)

Green Onions . . :X. 39C
U.{. Ne. 1 rlerlee White .r Pink

Deficiently Different Henrt'i Delifjht n Seedless Grapefruit 5 .lit.... 69e

Apricot Nectar . . ".I: 27
Kel K.. '..f. Chicken,er feel I...

Dog Food . . . :.: 35c ': ,
tklnpy Dry Dinner Nvff.*. WHITE t c

Dry Dog Food . . 'w, l" 0 U.S. NUMBER 1 :
111.1..... Odert,Atterted Ic.... ......, PotatoesIb. ,' .
Air Freshener . . V:: 59eQuick. \ .

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Bathroom Cleaner "r 89C I >; "
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Drain Cleaner . . ". .. 88 .
Mild Penennl tile (13e OH L....') % :"

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Trash Can Liner . V1'; *l9* .i:t;, I.';';'1,; ,"

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Ritz Crackers . . V.r: : 79C CornilMargarine. X:.' 79 publix'reserVes the right > ,"
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1.11t. English. Muffins . VC 29
Premium Saltines . h.. 69e- tvlffi..I..... letter G..,....
Dellcleet Nehlice Brookfield Butter '<;I:, 8S'Cherry ..
Nut Sugars . V.r 1 I09Ind hlU4elhle. trend '
Yevr D.I.. frekUmt., with O-Ceder Cream Cheese . ?:. 47' .
Wltcentln Chceie >erLonghornCheese
Endust . . . . 4.:97CInd .. *!". $la'DelrMmk
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I PI.1 "> Fabric Softener . "uV. 87C CoHago Cheese ',v7, 53'
0.... GI.". Whele erSliced Kreft lif iietvre,....t Ckviik
Cheddar . \l\: 85'
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Dellclevt Aunt Nellie'' Cheese . .' ,?',. 49 .,
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Key Club Steak . . b $i"
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Chuck Blade Roast . ... 8ge
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L. i Baby Oil . . .i..!;89
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Ground Round ii, $138 Bacon LI $109 Cocktail . 3"& $1 Kosher Dills Iff 68eIANOUIT
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Orange Juice CA" 39C Oranges 8 & 79 Lettuce . '. II15e Fish Sticks . "", 99C
: DANJOU MISH IAO IDAHO PAN 1111I
Saltines . : 2 PIGS ILL $1 Pears . . 8 89C Baking Potatoes ':S 99C Shrimp . % $119CtACKIW
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Pastries . 2 Xs: ; $100 Ice Cream. 12 :%: $129 Onions . 5 ::0 59 Potatoes . 3 :'Atf .$1
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Sony "Dracula" isn't slick; it is better made, more film that it doesn't make any effort to life in his film is below his waist, guess how
amusing and less gory than "Frankenstein" convince you it's real. Movies are supposed to virgin the daughters are.
of amid
Having come age summer afternoon according to those interested enough to have fool you'into believing in them, even arty THERE ARE some nice comic touches.
dialing for I dollars movies starring seen both. And at first, "Dracula" seems to French movies without plots; funny movies Everyone in the movie speaks with a different
Godzilla and Chidra the three-headed be a long way down the line from those early should take being, funny seriously accent, even 'the Italian peasants. And Udo
and nights at the
Saturday Rimar
monster, Morrissey movies so self-conscious about But not Morrissey's movies. "Dracula"" is Kier plays the only vampire I've ever seen who
Drive-In where the Son of Dracula's Revenge being movies, like class projects with actors amusing in its way but it doesn't seem to. could pout. There'are also some things that
Returned, I didn't think a horror movie couldbe forgetting lines and over or underacting for work much at it.The plot sounds pretty good,; aren't very funny,like Vittorio de Sica's (bless
made that surprised me. the camera. but it comes across lackadaisial. Dracula'and his soul) tiresome performance, and the gory
I didn't reckon on Andy Warhol" and PaulMorrissey's THE COLOR, the plot and rehearsed his servant leave Romania, where modern ending. .
"Blood of Dracula actors fool you into thinking "Dracula" is a morals have made waste with all the virgins, But "Dracula" will bother you if you think
IT ISN'T that I was shocked at the gore, or real movie. It wasn't until later that I realized whose blood the vampire must have to sur about it for: too long (but of course that may
the sex. There isn't.that much of either, and what bothers me about it. It still has the air of vive. In search of pure young girls, they go to just be my problem, since I had to review it
it's pretty ludicrous.The having been made by someone who really Italy where daughters are raised in the arms and! you don't.) When you look for its heart,
plot and even the jokes were predic wasn't all that interested in making a moviea of the holy mother church. Dracula makes a its purpose there isn't anything there. 1 don't
table. ., director who doesn't take The Cinema poor choice in the four daughters of a poor think there is supposed to be anything there.
It was, I think,just the Morrissey techniqueof seriously and never paid any attention to the marquis, however, because the family's one And if you ask me. that's real decadence.
the non-movie, applied to my old familiar things film teachers tell you directors pay servant is played by Warhol film star Joe

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their agreed-upon marital ventional imagery:
contract. The building part Is easy,
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Sunset Again, A Birth, A comes hard,
Death, and Resurrection of a With some simple Instruction
Relationship."
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family and friends to the Florida Gym for an 8 p.m. To rectify the situation they The Masten's, provide a
concert sponsored by Student Government Produc agreed to contract one year ata handle to the"Mrel 1 ,world"
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By CHRIS GARRITY Southeastern Conference season does not affect the 1'v'
Alligator Sports Writer Championship in Alligator outcome of the SEC. It all "
Alley this Friday and boils down to this weekend.At .
And now the one that Saturday. the tail-end of 74 and I
matters comes to town. BUT THEIR winning the beginning of the new year '" <
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Championship said, "The :
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winning it." .
But,then the long wrestling
season took its toll on the ,
Gator grapplers.
t*. Numerous injuries plagued
UF and in one match the'
Gators had only three starters

wrestling.SCHNEIDER NEVER lost

the confidence of winning the .
SEC's and credited the '
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their matches.
t .t The Gators will be at full
strength minus one starter rCa
177 pounder Tim Worsowicz,
who tore ligaments in his knee
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nothing more than to regainhis
Although Worsowicz's title. "I'm a little bit
j absence will hinder theGators' worried about losing it again Y
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I the SEC's, the team still has but I feel once I 7
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17 .U Tim Granowitz at 142, and I'll do it," said the smooth-
senior Henry Jackson at 190,. styled wrestler from New :; ; ,
atafe J'ai C both co-captains for UF. York. "The whole season goes
y'S "IN ORDER for us to win.we're down the drain when you
going to have to have don't win the SEC's and I r
Now Open For Breakfast three first place finishers," don't want that to happen
said Schneider "And we haveto again.."
place in eight of the ten "Granowitz added that.
7-lO:3Oam MON.-FRI. weight classes," he added. "There's no way we .should
Schneider said he expectsthe lose it." N
LUNCH SPECIALS toughest competition to Senior 158 pounder Jeff
N? come from Kentucky, and Davis has finished third in the Jij
r Tennessee, teams the Gators tournament the last three 1
New Low Prices defeated in duel matches this years and said, "It's about _
time I won it."
1728 W. UNIVERSITY 373-9453 year.He also expects Auburn to "I CAME here four years
be in thereat the top, a team ago with one goal in mind-to
that's won the SEC's the past win an SEC championship."
three years. The Gators in. If I don't do it this year, I
cidently finished second, won't get another chance, and
third, and fourth the last I will have failed in my goal. I
three years. Anything less than an SEC
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last year said, "I've been but I know GOING TO BE MEETING UKE THIS
thinking about winning theSEC's Sunday morning will come." when all the SEC teams put it on the line
and nationals since the Heavyweight Mark Totten,
'PIcaWI beginning of the season, and from Ohio said "At the Freshman John Orr, who feeling of the team when he
I'm confident I can do it." bottom of my heart I'd rathersee has wrestled 158 167 177 said" I'm pretty excited
GRANOWITZ, who won Florida as champions, and and 190 this year, and who
I j With this coupon the SEC's two years ago as a winners of the SEC's rather will wrestle 177 at the SEC's about the SEC's and so is the
J20 % off all Tropical Fish j freshman but who lost out in than just win myself." summed up the general whole team."

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six. singles matches. The
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struggle. Ahead 5-4, Diaz JUAN DIAZ
came within a point off ..strong second set
breaking service against the
Furman senior, but Reynolds Reynolds had Diaz in HAMILTON !
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tators are welcome.' Mark Stone, 6-2, 63.
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The Independent Florida l gator N bsed y Cmpu Cmmun'cohions in ,o GansvhII*, FHrido Not ofisciolly ossocioted with the Unmversity of For do ABERT GUY .locol union chief Union protests faculty cut at Senate meeting today Aflipator StallWrit.r. see related sq ry pgthree The United Faculty of Florida will protest the termination of 20-30 UF faculty members at a 3:30 pin. University Senate meeting today. Albert Guy. UFF chapter president. said he expected to recruit about 50 faculty members to protest UF's handling of budget cutbacks. "FLORIDA SHOULD strengthen its educational programs during a recession, not cut them." Guy said, Guy said the "humane" way to handle budget cuts when they occur is to allow the positions to drop off due to retirement, death or transfer. UP announced plans Tuesday to elimiate 90-110 faculty positions next year. necessitating the termination of 20 to 3J faculty members who are presently employed. A Dec. 12 freeze on faculty hiring has allowed 52 positions to open and remain unfilled. UF Interim, Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said he hoped the freeze would eliminate enough positions to meet a $1.5 million faculty salary cutback ordered by the Board of Regents. BRYAN SAID when he determined not enough positions would open by natural attrition, he ordered additional cuts, resulting in the termination. Bryan announced Tuesday the freeze on faculty hiring would continue through next THIJRSI)AY FEB. 27 1975 VOL. 67 N). 91 year. However, he said, the $1.5 million mn faculty salaries must be cut by July 3. No positions that become vacant after that date can be used to meet the $1.5 million total. Bryan said. UP Public Information Officer Hugh Cunningham said UP has no power to cut administrative costs instead of faculty. UiF PRESIDENT Robert 0. Marston said. "If there's an opportunity to tilt in the favor of faculty over administration, we'll do it.'' Guy said the UP administration budget increased 70 per cent from 1%69 to 1974 while the educational budget increased only 40 per cent. However. UP accounting figures indicate that while UF's administration budget (all universily-wide functions not directly related (See -Faculty.' page three) PIRG to begin By LESLIE GOLAY Allgat.,rStaff Writer After a three-year struggle to get the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) established at UF. work on its implementation wtll begin .45 "soon as possible.' according to Vice President for Student Atrairs Arthur Sandccn. Tuesday. Sandeen requested that the Student Senate decide if PIRG was wanted on UJF's campus by the student body. Tuesday might the senate unanimously passed two resolutions endorsing PIRG WEDNESDAY, Sandeen said he was ready to begin setting PIRG up. "l will meet with the people from PIRG to work on setting the thing up. I don't have all the answers but we will work on it." Sandeen said, "I would say we will start as soon as possible. I assume it would be difficult to have everything ready by spring quarter." he said. ACCORDING TO Roxanne Marietta. PIRG President. PIRG could be set up by soon 'unimer quarter. The details of PIRG's funding system would have to be worked out with the Hub and with Monty Loeb, director of student accounts, according to Sandeen. Uhe funding system requires that 25 per cent of the student body donate SI each per quarter in order to keep the group eligible for student funding. UNDER THlE PROPOSED SYSTEM, a card explaining PIRG and asking for a dollar donation would be sent to each student along with the quarterly registration forms, I the student marks 'no' on the card then he would not be charged. If the student wants to donate a dollar then he marks 'yes,' and will be charged an extra dollar at fee payment timne, Non-paynient of the SI does not affect registration. It is not considered a bill "This is called a 'negative check-off system.' The student would be making a positive action not to pay by marking 'no' on the card and sending it back in." said Roxanne Marietta. president of PIRG, Shevin supports lawsuit against closed hearings By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer Ft. Atty. Gen. Robert Shevmn said Tuesday the UF Honor Court should operate in the open. Speaking to a UP pre-law class. Shevin also struck out at government corruption and discussed his handling of the controversial Pltts and Iae ease,. Shevin said he would probably file brief in support of a lawsuit against secret Honor Court disciplinary hearings by The Alligator. the GainesvIlle Sun and Judy Collins. a UF law student. SHEVIN SAID the Houior Court served as an advisory board to the president of a state university and "as a result, as any other advisory beard, they come within the Sunshine Law and should be open to the public. *'We may not become active participants. but we're probably at least going to file a brier' supporting the suit, he said. Shevin said he believed lboth sides of the dispute were adequately represented by counsel. The Honor Court conducted secret hearings in connection with widespread cheating in UF's College of Business Admimristration until Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green. Jr. issued an injunction halting the hearings until it was determined if the Honor Court should be open to the public. NINETY PER CENT of government scandal involved attorneys Shevin said. "Thc philosophy of sonic government officials seemi to be that they are or were acting by divine right." he said. Shevin said former Vice President Spiro Agrms's contention that there stas nothing wrong swith kickbacks "bothered him a great deal." 15ce "Shevin,' page three) FLA. ATTY. OEN. RCSURTSNEVIN .l.ays Honor Court iscovnred by Sunshine Law shabdip like F t

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Pug. 2,1%. Independeni Rodd AJIgaor, Thurday. Mebnory 21, 1975 June may s ee reduction Ford: tax cut delayed capsule Jury selec tion slow in G rber tial I AMPA (UP) -Another 13 jurors were dismissed Wednesday in the federal bribery-conspiracy trial of former Sen,. Edward I. Gurney. indicating the jury might not be seated before the end of the week. Ot the lirsr 37 jurors called for questioning by U.5. District Judge Bin Krentzman in the first three days of the trial, 26 have been dismissed. During the lengthy bench conferences. Gurney. the first senator to be indicted while in cfhice more than 50 years, expressed restlessness by his facial expressions, hit one fist into an open hand and occasionally rubbed his forehead. HOLLYWOOD. i-a. (UPI) -President Ford said Wednesday the anti-recession lax cut he requested might no! be enacted until June-and a newly revealed schism between House and Senate leaders seeking a umiied Democratic "'For nadi pparnews confrence the tax cut he had hoped tor by mid-March now looks unlikely before June. but he promised to "keep the pressure on. He credited his attacks on the 'dilatory tactics' of the lawmakers wtheyhaving elicie nfore response froni Ford was in Florida as part of the national selling campaign which he credited with spurring Congressional movement He arrived here Tuesday and after an afternoon round of golf with Jackie Gleason and Bob Hope, he arranged to fly back to Washmngton Wednesday night. Opening his news conference with a prepared statement. Ford said charges of Arab discrimination against jewishowned U.S. banks are being investigated and "appropriate action will be taken" if the allegations prove true. Such discrimination, he said, is "totally contrary to the American tradition and repugnant to American principles." The president repeated his call for a unified Democratic program which could be blended with his own, and said: "I wish there was a single plan proposed by the majority party of Congress. then we can sit down and negotiate." RA IL ROADSD .U.S. shells it out WASHINGTON (UPI)The Senate voted Wednesday to provide the bankrupt Penn Central Railroad with emergency financial help to prevent it from ceasing operations at the end of the week. The legislation, already approved by the House. was sent to President Ford for his approval. The bill provides a 1347 million authorization in grants and loans to help out the Penn Central and the Erie-Lackawanna Railroads. Most of the funds are earmarked for the Penn Central. The Senate later approved, 6i to 29. a 5125 million appropriation as a down payment on the authorization. The bill was approved, 62 to 30, after the Senate voted 86 to 8 to bypass a power struggle over changing the Senate's filibuster rule. The rules battle had stymied the rail bill and it required a two-thirds majority to end all Senate depate and force a vote. Demnos divide on gas WASHING tON (UPI) preach, philosophy and unified Denmocratic alternative to President Ford's energy plans. The senate group leaned toward a gasoline tax increase of no more than thve cents, earmarked for conservation and energy research. THE HOUSE task force leaned toward a gasoline tax increase of lb cents by 2977 with the purpose ot discouraging consumption. Both groups will meet Thursday morning in a new attempt to reach a consensus. But Senate Democrats called a caucus for Thursday afternoon with the possibility the senators may adopt their own policy even if no agreement is achieved with the House Dentocrats. IN BOTH chambers. some Democrats expressed their priae reeraions. "I don't know why everybody suddenly seized upon an Increase in the gas price to solve our energy problem." said Sen. Warren Magnuson, D-Wash. a powerful chairman Rcp. Jim Wright. D-Tex., appointed by Speaker Carl Albert to head the House task force, pictured his group as ,tar more sympathetic than the senate panel to Ford's goal of achieving an immediate, sharp drop in oil consumption Wright said his group favored an immediate eight-ccit increase mn the present four cent federal gasoline tax, with additional four-cent increases coming in 1976 and 1977. Hous e clears tax cut bill WASHINGTON IUPI -A $2.3 billion tax cut bill was cleared Wednesday for a House vote that will ineludc decision on wiping out a tax break for oil producers. The House Rules Committee responded to a mandate Iromn the House's Democratic Caucus in sending the tat nmeasurc '0 the floor under a procedure permitting only certain amend ments. including one to end the Oil Depletion Allowance. The tax measure and its restrictive rule, which permits tour hours of debate and the offering of a total of five amendments, was expected to conic to the floor Thursday. is sue -Wide dtffercnces in apl. tinting emerged Wednesday panels trying to glue together a COME UFi 5:30 TOGETHER CHANNE L 11:00 -"-ni iFldO Aligor I. a pub.jIco4e *f Crmps ComnunIco'ofl '"cc"po'o'.d.a p'ao,. non.,ofi 'oprmio. is ,cs pjblsd liva tnmns .u"hi *xcep$ dunQ Jun. July. ad Auguot whn Ir, p4b161hd nIhwOekiy, ond dut'N it'dMnholiday. nd .mem,,pefo, pnn .S n iupad f ligotor Fioda, 4,* compus .e'ved by he indepeneni Florid. Aiiigoarn AddrnS corspondenc. ,o The indeprwj. n. lae Alligs,, P.O S.i. n, vMhr' G*0.o'nnsihi. Piouido 32401 Thc indepflder Filrds AlilgiC, ..v'.' O second clano n. -iiUnited mSo.Paw OffIce oOaieviit., FItrde 32601 S-crponre.hi10 Ot eC! .IS ,.,U Buh'opinde Fore r~oviedho rsudi,4th rghiwlh fuors *e spurh 0 th ind.,.nm Florid. Aligaor, wil nag consd. Odjugswf'l of to.en lay Odv.yi.nn involving lypegva#,.co er -enenegu naflIn unbst non 4 9v~ bi'keodveiseng mwsge. *.$.i) day all. A .tlewiWW *0-spe'Th 'r.~d~. ioad Aligoo, wli -e b. rep dcbje 9f, it,.Ofl* iflcfled '.'o o"a odvne.,".s SCheduled I.to ne.lI ".

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Th* Independent florid. MIlgator~hurnday. Febovry 27, I9WS. hae S Cost proposal may affect students Dy DEDBIE IHERT Atliatar Staff Wiltsr A Board of Regents proposal to charge general administration costs to every independent operating unit in the university may result in increased charges and higher rents for students, Self-supporting "auxiliary" services should 'pay their share of central administrative costs." explained Grady Ren, whose office coordinates all Board of Regents' business tu nations. Currently, the administrative costs of the entire university are paid lot primarily by the general education &F and C) budget. he added. THE PROPOSAL would affect the H-ousing Division. the Inlirmary. the Campus Shop and Bookstore, the ,J. Wayne Reitz Union and any other auxiliary business enterprises. said UFI Business Manager R chard Schiffli. These operations receive no state funds-all money used to run auxiliaries come iron, student fees and charges for use of the ser-vices. The regents have proposed auxiliary units in each of the nine state universities conmc up with a sumn based on a percentage of their personnel salaries to help pay overhead costs. AUXILIARIES INCLUDE almost every operating unit besides E and G. Since these units benefit fron, administrative services. they should be allocated a share of the cost. Rca said. Schiffli said he believed auxiliaries would have to charge higher prices for services to cover the extra cost of paying a share ol' UF's overhead, "I den't see how they could not raise their prices," Schitfh said."'This would be a charge they'd hove to recover. The only way they could would be to increase the price of services." THE PROPOSAL could cost the Housing Diva sion~ an extra 5(04E0, according to director James T. H-ennessey. The only way housing could nieet such a charge would be to raise rents, he indicated. flht proposal came as a possible answer to criticism from State Auditor General Ernest lblson that 'administrative costs are not being allocated to auxiliaries, and they should be The regents' stafT drew up the proposal on the basis of recommendations from the Anierican Council on Education, the auditor aeencral, and the Florida Legislature after a three year study. Rea said, Still in' its planning stages. the proposal uses personnel salaries as a common denominator lor charging the auxiliaries. According to Schifili the auxiliaries will be isked to conic up with 22.2 per cent of their total personnel salaries budget. That figure would he the amount the auxiliary is asked to pay icr their share of overhead costs,. SCHIFFLI SAID he believed the money would go to the state Incidental [rust Fund before at is allocated to cover administrative costs, Rea emphasized that the percentage figure was just a working number to show the universities what affect the proposal would have. "We don't know yet what percentage base w.ill be used.' Rea said. "This is something the universities cat, work with and react to.'. Schifli said he disagreed with the method used to compute the 22.2 per cent figure. "I don't tinmk they used sound accounting principles to deterniie the 22 per cent.' THE PROPOSAL, however, is "not nailed mn concrete." Rea pointed out. Although "something is sure to go through.' in %Ome simiilar tornm. All mine universities will send their reactions on the proposal back to the regents staff. w ho w Il develop a final position paper I the regents submit the proposal, it will then go to the State Senate Ways and Means Conattee bor consideration by the Florida legislature. Shevyin f/om page one) People were beginning to believe all politicians and lawyers ore corrupt, Shevin said. "I AM NOT like that and neither are most oflthc people I have known in public service." he said. Shevm,. whose admission of errors in Florida's prosecution of Wilbert Piuts and Freddie Lee. was largely responsible for the granting of a second trial, said he had no choice but to uphold the second guilty verdict. Pitts and Lee were found guilty of murder by a jury in the Florida panhandle 22 years ago. Shevin said the prosecution had inlormation that their star witness had originally identified someone else as the murderer before she changed her story to identify Pitts and Lee. THE PROSECUTION did not release this information to the defense attorneys, he said. "1 would have preferred the judge to move the second trial out of the panhandle." Shevin said. But in spite of the trial's location and a polygraph admission by another nman that he committed the murders. "it becomes very difficult for the state to do anything but uphold the verdict." he said. The state did not grant immunity to the Fee advis ory group defersfundin acio ROBERTSHEVIN .spockstopre-aw coss man who confessed and he refused to testify In court. "IF YOU GRANT immunity to someone and he confesses and clears someone else you can't prosecute either of them," Shnvin said. Shevin, who said he did not intend to make a political speach, said the only position in state government he would consider running for would be governor. 'There is only one position in the state I think is more important than attorney general and that's governor," he said. By JOE MORAN Alligator Staff Writer The Activities and Services Fees Advisement Conmnittee deferred action on two requests for Student Government funds Wednesday. The University Center for Married Students and Fanmiies requested $3,112 from unallocated activity fee funds this year and Sl0.938.90 from the fee budget for next fiscal year Sue Cline. a committee member, said allocation of the estimated Sl7500surplus is not possible because the funds will not be released for use until all organizations funded with activity fee money have received 100 per cent of their original budget allocations. PAUL VARNES, chairman of UF intramiurals, explained his request for surplus funds for the construction of new squash and handball courts near Schnell Field. Varnes' request was originally in the form of a bill before the Student Senate. which must approve committee recommendations, but was returned to the committee for clarification. Cline, also a member of the senate, said the bill would not see further action until next qluarter. the Married Students' Center was previously funded by the office of Student Services and the University Methodist Church, but that funding will cease March I. SALARIES for a part-tame graduate assistant and a part-time student director comprised the hulk of each of the center's requests. Other hinds were requested by the center to pay for the publication of a newsletter for married students. families headed by students, and single parents attending UF, and for furnishings, advertising and ollice supplies. Funds for advertising was listed on the center's budget as an essential item because "it has been found that the amount of requests for assistance were directly related to the amount of publicity circulated.' The center's request for hinds bor the upcoming fiscal year will be considered when the tees committee meets Monday to formulate a recommendation for next year's budget. Library deterioration subject of senate meeting By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Wiier The "deterioration" of UF libraries will be a nmsin topic ol discussion at today's 3:30 p.m. University Senate meeting in McCarty Ataditorlum. "The state of the library continues to deteriorate under the pressure of more students, inadequate funding, and rising prices." Dr, Charles A. Matthews. chairman of the comnmitice on university libraries, said in a statement prepared for the meeting. "iN SPITE OF the efforts to maintain and iidjust library services, the state of the general library continues to decline," Matthews said, He said the goal of UF-to become a leader among schools in the state and around the nativn-dcpended on two ingredients. These are the faculty and the library. 'While the student body was growing by 20.2 per cent, funds fo, the acquisition of materials decreased, the purchasing power of those dollars has been eroded."' Among other problems listed was the lack of new personnel at the library. "No new positions have been authorized for the general library since 1972," Mathews said. FacUlty (ti page one) to instruction and research) has gro'n 71.75 per cent since 1%69. administrative positions increased by only 3.8 per cent. Instructional and research positions have increased by 7 per cent, although the total budget increased by only 35 per cent. EVEN THOUGH the administrative budget increased twice as fast as the eductional budget, nearly twicn as many jobs opened in instruction and research (including support positions). One reason for the apparent discrepancy is the higher rate of salary increase for administrative personnel than for instruction and research personnel. The average salary increased 55 per cent (17,290-St 1.288) since 1%69 for each ad. mhini-:trati%'e personnel and only 28 per cent ill5. 798-120.222) for instruction and research personnel. 'Unless steps are taken to reverse these trends, the library at the University of Florida will continue to become less and less adequate for its support role as the premier institution in the State University System,' he said. "The result wilt be a deleriocation in academic programs and a growing inability to attract quality faultyy" Matthews had three suggestions to improve the position of the libray. An increase of 70 in the number of positions in the university system library formulas. An increase in Other Personnel Services budget from 1232,048 to Sl32,9l6. An increase in book funds frown 1t6.376 to $995.0l to restore purchasing powtr of I 972-3, Charts provided by Matthews indicated the hooks and materials budget decreased by 19.7 per cent between 1972-3 and 1974-5. The total acquisitions budget went down 13.6 per cent during that time period. In a 1972-3 comparIson of total volumes in the UF library and other comparably-large university libraries around the nation. UF was far behfrd the Universities of llinois. Iowa, Wisconsin, Mouth Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. The University of Ilinmois had more than three thmes the number of total volumes as Up. Pro fes sor to study t umor viruseOs A UF professor has received a research grant of 17.500 to study the relationship between tumor viruses and i"macrophapes," large cells that kill foreign substances in the body. Dr. Carlo Moscovici. chief of the Tumor Virology Laboratory at the Veterans Admninistration Hospital and pathology professor at UF, received the grant from the Alachua County Unit at the Florida Division of the Anmerican Cancer Society. "One theory we are investigating is that the tumor virus may reside within the macrophage. .We hope to determine more about what happens to the tumor viru, when it goes inside the macropliap, and ae if we can nxplam long-term immunity to th, virus Moscovici said.

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Pagl 4Th. Ind.p.ndon* Rorado AiIngotov. eedoy, Februory 9 75 Married hous ng reps protest rate increase By DEBBIE IBERT Allluawor SiaNf Writer Representatives tronm ix married housing villages haggled with UF Housing officials I uesday over their third rent increase in two vcarv. Mcmhcrs ot the Mayor's Council and 20 other married students met with Housing Director James I. Hennessey to "present jrguments and ways ot cutting expenses rather than raising rates' Deninis Nebel. council chairman, said. THE RENT HIKES, which would go into effect July I, amount to approximately a 20 per cent increase across the board, Nobel estimated. Ken Net, the business manager for housing. blamed the increases on water and 'ewer costs which have "more than doubled," and the higher cost of electrical lighting outside the housing complexes. Another reason Peet gave for the rent hike was the Housing Division payroll. PEET' SAID the payroll shot up 24 per cent when the Florida Legislature decided on a nine per cent increase in career service cimiploye pensions, and increased the minimum wage to $2.10 an hour for pant-time employes. "These are known costs next year -we can see things are going to increase." PNet continued. "The only place to go to pay for them Is you." According to Hennessey, the Housing Division receives no other funds except what comes from rents. flere's "no way to get more money than the rents bring in." he said. RENT INCREASES to, non. airconditioned villages -Corry. Diamond,. and Schucht -amounted to about IS per nionth. Residents of Tanglewood and Village South will pay from $5 to $12.50 more, depending on the size and number of rooms. Maguire Village increases ranged from $7.85 to 114.50. Tanglewood resident Carl Swanberg said it was unfair that "they see you're renting two bedrooms and think you can afford to pay more. But it's just the opposite because i've got kids" Hennassey said his office is looking at ways of cuffing down the housing staff. "HF WE CANT GET maintenance money any other place. it' we can't reduce cxpeuiditures. if there's no other way -le's look at personnel." he said to the group. IT'S GOTTA JAMB t. HR4NBSEY .dlmector of housing As an example. Hennessey explained that hiring two resident life coordinators instead of lou, doubling the responsibilities for those retained, would "free funds for maintenance needs that must be met." Since 1972. the Housing Division has phased out 125 positions from a staff of 435, he added. THE DIRECTOR also suggested the possibility of using gas wnshers and dryers in thevillages. which cost one-third less than the electric appliances used now. At the meeting. Nebel promised to charge each of the villages with the responsibility of drawing up individual proposals for cutting down expenses and thereby reducing the rent increase. Jim Coker. secretary-treasurer for the council. suggested replacing Tanglewood's resident manager with three student volunteers. The students -one manager and two helpers -would work 20 hours each per week and receive free rent (51,200 apiece). SINCE THE PRESENT MANAGER makes 17,603 a year plus free apartment tnt worth $1,200 using student volunteers would save money. Coker said. Other representatives suggested eliminating uunecessary outdoor laghting. "At Tanglewood. 30 per cent of the exterdor lighting is wasted." Nebdl said. BE TRUE Momma Earth Is still 'N the leader. (Firs to give you with the same high qualiy. 604 WIJ EMES I. flffrEARTH t WRAL SDS MULHOWER S~ZflE -P flU scm ,vaMA N --~ ---. ---v-~ ----crafty N1WAV tuft M~u~v a, ':S .a S *fl~ AOL -La -v~ -~ -.-.atm-s .a """S AS,~ ~ ML~h* T ~S

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The Deciratin's hlea Store e 2325 SW. 13th St. Newt tn dhP Red Lian J Th. Independent florld. Aligatr Thuridoy. Febrnary 27, I975. Pog. S Beach discussion held in an effort to prevent destruction ot Florida's beaches. engineers. lawmakers and public officials ,.ill meet wo discuss Florida's plans for preserving the beaches. Stale Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville. and Rep. Earl Dixon. D-Jacksonville. will join Bill Canton of the Department of Natural Resources ibr the panel discussion on beach preservation. Dr innmcs Puirpura of UF's Coastal and Eight in a rtale, canvas wood starring growth An introductory lecture in preparation for a 48 hour "growth experience" will be given on Thursday. Feb. 27. The experience, called "Stop doing it to yourself." is being offered by a group of Santa Fe Community College psychology professors and Randy Preiser, foimier director of the "Livmnu love Ccnter" in Berkeley. Calif. Oceanographic Laboratory will also address the convention Purpura prepared the data bor the legislature resulting im the off-shore .onstruction limits in Florida. rhe convention, scheduled ton today and Friday in the J Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. is sponsored by U Fi College of Engineering and the Cooperative Extension Service of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science,. lecture set "The experience will involve 50 participants and will try to bring people to the realization ol totally accepting the here and now." Preise, said. The introductory lecture will be held in the Picadilly Apartment clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. and is free. Walkers to help March of Dimes Gainesville citizens will walk for the of children horn with biirth defects annual March of Dimes Walkathon IS. benefit in the March The Walkathon will commence at West-. wood Middle School at 9 am. Participants will walk a route of 20 miles. ending up back at Westwood. CAMPUS According to spokeswoman Helen Ellis, the goal of the Walkathor is to get I,.00 walkers and raise S3O.00. Last year 1.100 walkers raised 123.000. The money will support March of Dimes research. medical programs, educational activities and community service projects dealing with birth defects that affect sonic 250.0 children each year. LIFE '75 TOWERS BRANCH (SERVICE COM PLEX) BRCJWARD SHOP (BASEMENT) UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (sECONDo FlOOR) I~tj CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE LOCATED IN THE HUB REMEMBER US FOR \OJR tHOOL NE EDS e Self

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Peg. 6.Th. independen* Floddo Ailigotor Thursday. February 21 1975 Planned campground for young collegians meets local opposition A Lami;gr('tnd( pIaiiied lot Ie') Counts is opposed by sonie cou nty oflicuals despite ciaimni by promoters that 'he o' era II economic (l he area w (U 1d be mfi pro; ed by the project Grimmi'i and K lo pf, a I amp;a-based lirni is promoting the canmpground near Cedar Key on the Gull ci Mexico. "WE INTEND To have a )car-round recreational campground."' Al Kiopi said. "People can camp bor a day or a week or a month or whatever,' he said. A year's pass for anlI camipground activties would cost S52,. including tax. Klopt said he hoped to open tice campgrounds by June 2. But sonme of the Levy County officials hiave expressed opposition to the plans Kenneth Cannon, Levy County coordinator bor planning and zoning. siaid the commission would "certainly not' favor the campground in any form, "WE HAD ONE ROCK FESTIVAL presicusly which was stopped on the second day." Cannon said, adding there were several seasons lor halting the festival. Violations oteounty ordinances and "drugs lound within the premises" were the key factors, he said. "This county's been against these things," he said. "and probably always will be." Cannon also expressed doubts about the leasibility of the campground. if it was allowed tooteur. "I DOUBT THEY'LL have the site ready by June.'' he said. "T here nothing there but natura] land. 'Our position is that in the area they're talking about it's tnot leasible.' Can non said. "No one has approached us to request a permiiit." It' ",ust publicity being spread around." he said, "I think it wtould behomve them the ptromoters) to ask for a permit." Ilopi said he would do whatescr had to be done legal ly and prudently to get pernmissioti It1 the campground Hei added he thought cscrythimg possible was being doiit to acquire su Lh permt,,o 511 GLEtNN PREMRII of l'ienmiu Pioductions im i mp a said there .etc mlu onception' cincernng the original promotion ol "Gathermng '5" I woudin cuineti in name w ith ans kind of *ipoii." he said "No wa' this is gomrg to 1w I ik Iesiu al lie s~Id csersthiu is still i the planmiung slage expliimmt the i eason for tiot tilt.'ctiig the Loutirt coiiniission uith tormil ,ianis set, Premri'u 'aid he wa mi charge ol promlot fg n aate tournament and tiling it, and didn't have any control ol the overall rmoion ol "Gathertng '75 "WE'VE LINED UP sonic movie stars" to 1w present .u the karate tournament, Preniu said, but added tormaji contracts none have been signed to yet. Klopi agreed dhe impressions of the commruissiOn toward the proposed camiground ,.ere created through much negative publicity and nuscoiceptions surrounding it. "Gathering '75 is merely the name being lent to the opening of the campground." Klopt said. "Three hundred thousand people per year would be on the campground" but activities would be spread out so there would not be that number present at any one time. ACTIVITIES planned by Crimmn and Klopf icr the area include having 500 motorcycles available for rent which can be driven on motocross courses, 500 horses and riding trails, a bonfire area for evening campfires. a karate tournament and school where anyone can learn from karate masters. swimming, fret movies, and possibly boating. The area is intended for what Klopf termed "young collegians" from around the South, the I8-28 or 30-year old category. "We intend to put in another freshwater lake for swimming and possibly boating," Klopf said. WHEN ASKED what he thought of conmmisslon's reaction to the campground. (that it would hurn the county) Klopf said. "You and I both know that's not true. "We tinmk we're operating the most fantastic facility tor young people.' Klopi said. "It would bring money into Levy County He said the campground would provide about 500 sobs for the county's residents. Ihis gould aid the county's economy. & hich Klopt said has at least a 10 per cent uinemp1loynmen t rate "IT ALARMS everybody." Cannon said, reerring to the "'GatherinM '75."' He said Levy County is not able to handle such a large cent. A letter swas sent to Jack Sullivan. director of the Withlacoochee Regional Planning C ouncil. asking w hether the campground was in siolationi ol state lawis. Sullnan said he w.as not the one whIo makes the final decision on the legality ol the event He torwardcd the letter to Al Visintamner ol the Florida Bureau of land-Water Management VISJNTAINER said the "only people who can make the deternmnat ion (ol the legaly of the tamplgrounid pi oposa I) is the divsion of' state planning.' 'We don't have an intoi nation on the sue or ty~pe ol de, elopiment,'' Vismntaimer said. adding the iiext step is up to the deselopers. t'hey must send a binding letter of request go the divsion of state planning, detailing plans bor the campground Trhe division makes the final decision on the legality of the event uwffhUTOUU pimic #03 A flU turn em ~m ywfIbe mrlse tttecen~ilsS orMsou5 oftgit.usC0O~4 bgirfl IC l< Ywiwaa sSbu CE K -itt11 ~i ljrnw Let aLteruiBe a Pc of YOUR PA RTY *1 .12118W. 16th A U vi En joy 11r0li qattir bauba & R ed Velvet Lounge with great food, company, & prices -or LET US BRING THE PARTY TO YOU with great subs, sandwiches, combinations and of course beer & wine. R EM EMBERS Saturday Is SCH LITZ DAY Pitchers of6-ak $19 Light & Dark $1.00 cons 8 ~ bot.69 (12-7) (ALL DAY) One of Gainesville's most reasonable priced places for party kegs. Give us a call! EATFREI IMON-SAT. 10-2 AM SUNDAY 10-12:30 A IN TAKE-OUT E DELIVERY GIVE US A CALL ~.377-6516 WE EK END

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The independent Florido Aiigao~r Thursday Febuory 27 I97S, Peg. 7 Students fight It out in combat club By JEREMIAH TURNER Alligator Staff Writer the French frigate turns to iam the Englishman but is too late to avoid a broadside that disables her and brings victory to the English Ileet The time, though is 1Q75. not 1760. and the French and English commanders are two UF students. rhey re playing 'Frigate. ust one of the many war games that members of UF's simulated combat club play each week ON THE DIG model table, club president CaIv immiematn is planning t lor hi' R tmasn leg ilns as Dave across the loom. gets ready to nuclear warhead in a "W W. Ill" world domination. lhe strategy Schneider. launch his struggle for Ciub members play two types of games One center' on a playing board. Players move cardboard squares representing men and machines around the board according to the complex rules included o.ih every game. there are more than 150 types of board games, each resembling a simulated war or battle as closely as possible. THE RULES ARE DIFFERENT acGOTHA!photo by ahiloe drop.r three naval strategists wage war c'odmng to the type of hiting .md eta 1ii hi 'tory I hese tiles fLlow .i loscN is possil I. the correct hi storicalI data ci lhe players have the actual feel ol that stsIce of fighting [he second type of coibait game played mviolves replhca scale models ol either mnci. p lanes or sh ips. The niode Is. mianu tact ured bs Serious companies. are cast Irom iroB, ,md are I colistic in detail. Players assemble their arsenals on large board tables and act out battles by movmng pieces. The moves are wi Hen down beforehand onea plotting chart and each nmove is scaled to duplicate the real thing. THERE ARE A number of model types available, from Caesar's Roman legions to Roosevelt's "Great White Fleet." Both board and model games can be played individually, with one person controlling both armies; but two players is more conmmon and sometimes teams compete. On any game night a person can choose between a dozen wars being played on the game tables. MOST REGULAR MEMBERS play at least once a week and become deeply involved with their game. The club oflen has to be r-eninded of closing time of their room in the Unioni, II p.m. READER'S Two words onmnitted in a story Wednesday about the UF Honor Court changed the meaning of one of the paragraphs. instead of saying Honor Court Atty. Gei. Paul Marnmish "instructed (UF Atty. ion,) Btggs to start making a complete record of the investigation." it should have read. "Marmish '05 instructed by Riggs to make a complete record of the investigation." The Alligator regrets the error. hi' Llmb his Ictweei 20-25 imembcrs. I imimciiim saiI "Our iicmibers conk lionm ii fus lu.ckgiouids .me most haivt played comipcttit c game' since high school naturally eraivitatimg tow ard the club upon coming to U-." he sjid Most iii the ga nics arc ct'nlpl iatedi msol vig huni d reds olf actors d tiimyi play DAVE SCHNEIDER, .i giaduate student in history. has been playing combat games for years. "There is a certain satisfaction about ireplavmig an historical war, the player can take into account a generals past mistakes and change the outcome of history," he added. DR. DAVID D. MeLELLAN, a professor ol psychology, said 'There are no sample answers to why people play games. I suspect the main motives are the intellectual challenges, and the competition involved." "The historical aspect of theni would probably interest history butfs.'' he added. Many of the members own more than one game, and each usually brings several games to each meeting. "T he club is very loosely organi/aed. there are no dues or roles and anyone who wants to play can just walk in and watch a game until they leed they can play it, Timmnerman said. REDRESS A story that appeared in Wednesday's Alligator headlined "Penalty hours are not appropriate. says task force"' stated the Board of Regent's ruled it is unlawful Icr students to register Ior more hours than they need to graduate. 'he article should have said the Board ol Regent's rules it was "improper" for students to register for more hours than they riced to graduate. The Alligator regrets the error. Authentic Amerian Showing A Unique Combination Of Nature's Beauty And Craftsan's Pride. Task'ou tag 'nally d uncovered h. .rtstry oN ihe Amer iii i nd oa with hi. waprn.,. rreitsmai.iip uu.ini ctmposIhon and maqnI&en SI WO kandr .hd d.iqn. oB .mi'nq give' many w hth ine Ji~m* ot nai hU' aol soraL by arrn.ri e he Navi,, H4,p, SanE, in~ n, D.go d Zm ', ri's with thi. .oIIecior, S.L.' thi' Ui mer i1, i titihi. *,.,r r. Li toybr44'his penilant. 'ri,,I h.',. an r.,,h, nu k:s .*.1 Frem st.56St l Reprn.tatves W ill U. At Cardland Frida1, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March I. CARDLAND) Em The Neu Ulnihepper Square .378-0562

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Pagj .e. Indwpnldent florida AI~gato Thurnduy. Febnjsry 27 1q75 EDIORIAL Lifeboat 'A bandon ship'" was the only thing to do when the titanic struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage. But we don't believe it's the right thing to do now when the flagship of the State University System and the rest of the fleet are being ripped apart by the economy. Claiming massive budget cuts may put the accreditation of state law schools in jeopardy, The Florida Bar is trying to secure a lifeboat to keep these programs afloat. The powerful Bar, backed by Atty. Geni. Robert Shevin, is lobbying for separate funding for UF and FSU law schools. Although we understand the politics of vested interest, we cannot support this move to build another 'empire" at UP to join the ranks of the 1. Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, whose separate budgets remain untouched by the legislature. We think "a house divided against itself cannot stand" is a good allegory for the psychological division between colleges SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz forsees as a result of separate funding for the law schools. We agree it "would seriously undermine the concept of the university as an administrative unit making value judgments." as Mautz argues. And we have to raise objections to The Bar's contention that the present system of funding law schools -through the Education and General budget -is threatening their future accreditation. We don't know what the problems are at FSU, but UF's law school Dean Joseph Julin received a letter of commendation dated Feb. 17, from The American Bar Association. The ABA's accrediting team visited UP's law school and wrote lulin they had come expecting to find a "standard" program -but found an "excellent" one instead. And we'd like to remind The Florida Bar that Dean Julin -who naturally wants the most money he can get for his school -has said the best way of funding "is the type we now have." The law school is funded through the E&G budget and also gets special appropriations from the legislature for special programs. And the law schools' accreditations are not the only ones in question. UP's College of Journalism Dean John Paul Jones said the accreditation of programs in his school is also threatened by overcrowded classes and labs, a result of the cutbacks. We hope The Bar will take a broader view of the financial crisis threatening the professional standards of every college in the SUS. and devote its lobbying efforts to securing more funds for the entire system. Without the strong undergraduate programs, we're afraid the universities may not be able to produce the high-caliber students to attend UF's fic law school. We expect our state Sees. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay and Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrews to resist The Bar's lobby and vote against legislation for separate funding of the law schools. J 'IT SUlRE lB NICE mOSE sueM nw.E wu soeN1s DEHMNQ TwMBew~s ajwr! The CIA brinc The telephone booth looked like something out of the fadish fifies, as arms, legs, gray coats and Abbie Hoffman all crammed together like a suffocating PCL 201 class. "WHO ARE ALL these people?' I screamed at the radical of yesteryear as he attempted to grab the phone from under the feet ,of a strange looking tap dancer. "CIA." he retorted. "It's really not as bad as it seems though, they've slopped searching my food for kernels of unpolished rice now." "But why are they watching you and all of those other harmless domestic radicals?' I asked fueling perplexed. "YOU DEflER let Sherlock answer that one." Suddenly the telephone receiver split in two and out crawled a midget cleverly disguised to look six-feet tall. "Hello. I'm agent x-7843," droned the tape recorder in his cloak, "Call me Sherlock." 'Are you with the intelligence agency?" I asked as he inspected my fingernails for bamboo. "YOU MEAN the CIA? Oh yes, but to let you in on a little top secemt, we don't call ourselves an intelligence agency. that's just a front to throw the Russians off. Actually there's noone in the CAwith any intelligence at all." "Well I believe that." I remarked as he photographed my sunburnt *rms. "Tell me though, what are you fellows doing chasing our own citizens around when you should be out thene in the international world?" "Seducing women and giving them, our secrets," he broke "WHY ELSE do you think we wanted to become spies. I saw the scene myself in a James Bond movie. He got seduced by a beautiful, sensuous double agent who used sex to squeeze a secret from bin,," "But what's that got to do with the CIA?" I asked. 'What do you think motivates us to go out there in the international arena and spy~ To fight the international Communist conspiracy? Conme on. we may be slow but we're not the President. "We're out there to get seduced by sexy double agents. Goodde Homosapien drives, wouldn't you sy?" The Independent Florida Alligator Gi &wutican L.A "Tony" Kandulor. Jame.Cook Mrn.Evelyn hrt An. Molphrs C. Roy Sl.Ip Tom. Mocoamoro Roy MS. Jr. Donna Lubrono Aney Hovper Lynda Homer Dlono soyder Lynnsoldet .-. it a I home TONY AR NADE SATIRE "JUST THINK A minute, Sherlock sand intensely as he turned off his lie detector. "Have you ever been to bed with a Russian woman. They may be voluptuous in the Bond movies, but I tell you from experience, It's like wrestling an over-weight mule. "Evcrytiime KGB agent Z32v came my way I told her everything I knew in advance. But she said I had to know more than the latest football scores and she kept moving in on mc. But honest, that's all any of us knew. God, she nearly killed me." "So you came home?" "WE ALL DID. X-098 gave ill his secrets to a Chinese agent in Hong Kong and got the clap. V-662 made the mistake of telling his to an agent in Chile and she got pregnant. And you know how the Catholic church is down there. They had to get married and now poor old V6 is stuck with 13 kids and he's running out of foobaflh coras" .But that's no justification for spying oui upstanding US Ohti ys t ism' ratheru giemy secrets away to one of those lumptious IS-year old SLA agents any day of the week. than be run ragged by a brick-built 'u9in. 'SO THlE WHOLE time you folks were out screammirg 'make the world safe for Democracy", you were really playtmg political prostitution with out tax money." I accused "0Oh we did more than that. We bungled revolutions. set tip the wrong dictators and generally embarrassed the LIS. You ought to be glad we're home instead of out there (1estroylng this country's reputation." "RIHTr ON.' Abbie said as he was hurried ofT to din t'r DoaidSmih Editorir.chief Doved Klein News Eior ThiWood Monfling Editor Donna BOugmln Layout Editr --Geni rc I Manager AIMoslnt GeneroI Mnager SAdminins. sian Accuntant Special sect.n. Coordin oo. Advertising Pioductdo. Mong. SitdPduo Man age Mtie Psiocite Mue Mron Jones tayoutEdtor PNbIIShed by Campus CombnuimcationM, IZ P.O. Box l3266 UnlverSity ISltoco. Gclneellb, Florid with oflkes behnd 0h. Colhrg I,". 1729 Was Uen.eSity Avenue. Sumn Office ph.: 36-4M. 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The I.Spendn* Resdde AJlIISr Thvdcy Feinery 27 1971 Pag. 9 What about the mother's rights? IS5c nianslaughter in the deatho etus during a legal abortion EDELIN ABORTED a 20-to-24 week old letus on Oct. 3, 1973 by performing a hysterectomy on a 27-year-old woman. The hysterectomy is a surgical procedure in which the fetus is removed through an incijion in the patient s abdomen Seven expents in the field of obstetrics and gynecology testified ini support otthe defense's contention that Edelin's action was not ground, for a manslaughter charge, but simply a routine abortion procedure. During the trial, the author ot an oh. stetrical textbook. Dr. Jack Prttchard. testified that the fetus was "very likely" dead before the abortion was performed Despite this authoritative testimony. Dr. Edelin was found guilty of manslaughter. HOURS AND HOURS of court time were spent on debate about the fetus. Fdelin testified that it showed no signs of life when it was removed from the patient There were endless arguments as to whether it was IS. 20. or 24 weeks old. Ibis is a typical example of mixed-up priorities. While w.e struggle to decide whether or not the fetus is alive, we are ignoring the tact that someone else is involved -the mother. Apparently, the woman's needs, her feelings, her very existence are unimportant. compared with the problems surrounding the letus, During the Edelin trial, hours were spent on debating whether or not the fetus would have been capable of sustaining life outside the mother fbieven a fe. minutes. But no one in that courtr-onm found it worth mentioning that the very real life of a seventeen-year-old woman was involved. JAN15 MAR A ALTHOUGH THE womnan's life might be ruined by being forced to bear the child she could not care icr, though she might not choose to take the added risks of childbirth. which is riskier than abortion, these facts are not considered. Instead, all the attention focuses on the shadowy and uncertain question of w.hen life begins, and whether or not a fetus can be considered alive. Anti-abortion groups say they are concerned with the "rights' of the fetus, but no attention is paid to the rights of the woman who carries that fetus. What about her basic human rights? The right to own and control one's own body: the 'ight to decide what happens to it. Do the courts have the right to force me to have a baby I do not wart? If the Edelin decision is any indication, the answer is 'yes." This case has far-reaching implications in the abortion debate. If a doctor is convicted of manslaughter for performing an abortion, this sets a precedent. leaving other doctors open to prosecution in the future. ONE OF THE MAIN issues of the Edelin trial was the gestational age of the fetus. Edelin estimated the fetus at 20-22 weeks. while the state claimed it to be at least 24 weeks. Since Edelin's conviction, there is evidence that sonic doctors are cutting down the limits on gestation times within which they will perform abortions. For example, one Florida doctor used to give abortions from the 26th through the 22nd Enditng0 Mies onflict l EDITOR: In the past few weeks, it seems the Middle East situation has ca.&sed considerable controversy. I hope to advance a proposal that would end all Mid-East aflrtssion: Nationalize Jerusalem. This would end the annual problem at Christmas time when the israelis monopolize Jerusalem. It' Israel will recall, this is the Holy City for four religions,. Return the Sinai desert to Egypt. During the b day war. Israel took the desert, and now jeopardizes world peace by retaining a meaningless desert. Return the Golan Heights to Syria,. Keeping this area of Syria has increased hostilities between the two nations. EAG recycling EDITOR. I wish to commend Ms. Sehrader on her eagerness to promote recycling. However, though she points out that this is not a job for one person. she has never called us for assistance. Environmental Action Group has bee n -cycling for over four yeas Many of' our nienibers do nothing. but recycling! She is not alone. Ms. &chrader talked about starting recycling groups in the dorms. Environmental Actioji Group did this last year and ran into some major problems. Many floors simply refused to provide assistance. The Aonr that were cooperative were so Clearly. Israel has no valid claim to this area, when it will endanger world peace. Guarantee the safety of Israel by having an international agreement signed by the US and Russia. The Arab states dare not wage war when the two major powers tbrbid it. Do not sell arms to Israel that are technologically superior to the arms that the Arabs receive. Create a plan of economic sanctions to be used against countries who harbor terrorists or who commit terrorist sntacks. I think a plan such as this will guarantee peace in the Middle East, despite Israel's etforts to subvert it. Harlan T. Smith IUC efforts Anyone .ho is interested in our recycling program ot any of our other programs can call us at 392-1t35 or stop by Moon, 304, 1. Wayne Reinz Union. David M. Streit. Director Environmental Action Group successful in collecting paper that the lire marshall declared these floors to be a lire hazard. He ordered us not to collect or store paper in the buildings anymore. This brings us back to the individual and that "extra effort" that Ms. Sobrader mentioned. Anybody who feels concerned enough to wpend a 1eM imomtents contenmplating about our natural resources and shat a mless they are in. can just as easily spend a fet more minutes taking their guas. and paper to the container in, the commuter parking lot and their aluminum to the bin nearest their living area. Doug 01.1 b.tWnmmn mr """'""ce rgnny "He has r "c'ntly cur bc to the 16th through the 20th week, THIS WAY. the doctor is being more cautious -giving himself more teeway, It' 20 weeks is his outside limit, he can be two ,.eeks inf his estimate of the length of gestation and still be sate. He has a t,.o-week ilargin bor error. fton Cunningk.4i M*sofl MW' Onr'g.* Ko"''n,. Jr flowa Mr L Geq Pen Mmdi Xmsn h's'is an indiation that already dIoctors may have begun employing more caution as a result of the Edelin decision. AND WILL the cutting-back process end here? Or,. ill future trials cut the time further and further? It is to be hoped that the appeal will be successful, before any further blows are struck against a woman's right to choose. ADVICE & DISSENT. Explo itin g o ur s ex uality EDITOR. I must confess that as I read Leonardo's advertisements in the February 13th and 37th issues of your paper I was not stirred to an uproar. Nor did I feel any great righteous indignation concerning some blatant afront to any moralistic attitudes, as Judson Ray and others obviously felt. WHEN I FIRST saw the ad I took it with humor, not at the obvious sexual orientation, but at the thought of how wrongly upsetting this type of appeal is to many people. In spite of what some say about a progressive liberalization of our society you will constantly find those who feel that any hint of sexuality is lewd, lascivious and pornographic." In my opinion this level of intellect is comparable to the public school libraries which contained such obscenities as Michealangelo's David and other such "trash." after the Supreme Court ruling. I DO AGREE with Judson Ray on his point that it is a shame that the common American appeal in advertising is exploiting humnsn sexuality. I feel the wrong here is that the vast bombardment of the public with undue and unrealistic pressures influences many to obtain some mythical standard of sexual performance and achievement. For example television ads strongly create the feeling that one must have the brightest white teeth, freshest smelling body with deodorants and feminine "hygiene" sprays etc. etc. if one is ever to attain the expected sexual prowness of today's youth culture and have a tumultuous sex life. This psychological pressure is the problem and certainly not any simplistic diF play of the human form and sexuality. I BELIEVE it was primarily the nude illustration which some found upsetting. for other ads, such as Tom Allen's "Done it in a tent lately?" did not bring such an outraged response. to liy recall. There is one humorous paradoxical aspect to iudson Hay's letter which I feel nay be common to many of his fellow believers. After all his ranting and raving about this so-called "vulgarity," he proceeds to write concerning the male nude: "pleas put two tomatoes alongside the sprig of parsely. French dressing would top off the salad. -calling it a gastrorgasm pinsa." Oddly this is the same level of writing he so bitterly com'plains about (if not lower)k As for the 'sour residue" Judson felt all afternoon. may I suggest that this was merely a result of the gastrointestinal flu that was plaguing Gainesville recently. Jon Muntz.4AS $ Sim. in the barEs Should bestpe EDITOR. Advertising is a saried and tickle aninial. It' at wish to do away with the "blatant sexism" of Leonardo's pizza "piece", then let's not stop there. Bars and nightclubs that offer females free drinks, free admission, or lower prices for drinks are rather unfair to males who pay in full. The sexism involved here is nxploitaton in several senses, but males a,,d females in. volved obviously go along. Leonardo's Ad may be crass, crude, or just nat funny, but pro-female bar offers are legally discrinuinatoty. Males have an equal right to discount prices, and offers should be discontinued or extended to both sexes, whether through court action or voluntary modIficatIon. Jeineph Fischer lAG The Independent Florida Alligator

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Pag .,n iehtndepandtt Ned. AlIgetr, Thurndy. flnry 21, 1975 State law den is By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer A 'tudent lobbying organization now beimg formed in I allahassee may not be able to use student activity fees for its operation because of a 2974 state law that prohibits state lunds from being used for lobbying purposes. the Florida Student Lobby, organized by the state Council of Student Body Presidents, depends on student activity fees fronm each university in the State University System to set up a central lobbying organization during the spring legislative session. APPROXIMATELY $l0(00 would be used to pay for an office. copyng equipment. aWATS phone lne and three paid tull-time positions. David Aronofsky, Florida State University student body president and one of the organizers of the lobby, said the purpose of the oriniation would be to lobby for bills dealing StudentI S enatfe By LINDA HAASE AlIlptnrStaff Writer I he Student Senate passed bills allocating 12,972.51 for the Vita Parcours Fitness Park and the transfer of $23,88l.4S Ironi Activity and Service Fee Advisory Comniittee (ASFAC) to the Career Planning and Placement Center at Tuesday night's meeting. The Senate approved special requests appropriating 52.830 tor a University Student Legislative Information Service and $1.098 to UiF Chamber Singers to finance a tour. THEY ALSO APPROVED a membership change on the Police Liaison Committee to include two students not afliliated with Student Government. the UF Chamber Singers will use the money to perform at the St. Louis Cathedral mn New Orleans March 23 as part of a UUUUOSUUeseCuOLWO COWo UfL MARCH IA SUUU1ns I Th Stsak Place' an~'flisMMvAMn? *'"',472'* Th. W orld's S iggest Baked Potato r---uK1L BF~eim--* AiSg I llfia.l.Scndwkh g p sameseI wPhmocr4 ndmmw I L------.--------J *5 D Un S e k D n er r m E 5 o 9 s lobbyists w.ith, higher education legislation. such as propriattons for education., Aronoisky explained that each university would pay for part of the costs, with each determined by its enrollment. EACH SCHOOL would be assessed a charge cach full-time student enrolled. The money wo the student activity fees. Although a state law prohibits state funds ft lor lobbying purposes. Ar-onofsky said he thou tees night be exempted from the statute. He explained the state attorney genera exempted activity fees fron, similar restrictio and might also do so in this case. RUT REBECCA HAWKINS of the attorney opinion police said she didn't know if the acti be exempted from the state law, "but I doubt it Although the activity fees are not considered allocate s fU nc tour-day tour of southern cities. A recommendations to allot SI0.0 to SG sponsor free entertainment bor students sprin~ $2,00 allocation to the economics departnmei distinguished professor chair were passed or THEY ARE NOW subject to an addition passage betbre becoming law. Steve Block, senate member. said SG need from ASFAC because 'students cannot affo events, so we want to bring in a jazz festival. ti Dirt Band and a movie series to them." Under the distinguished professor chair bill. professors, one from Sweden and one from Hioll >ne class each during spring quarter. in additic professor wtil give approximately five public %un q"SE ., l dtiannei, UPI N.ma. New York 10ock Exch.ng. ?FM 4.Ifono NC chnnte and*9F M AndA AM 'MatIon. #wth FM bnd -aan c'" SmamNa BE CO. IC. m 'N. MNlST. us e of s tudent fees ujiln an apslae treasury. Hawkims explained, they ate still required 0o otio tidep-spefi .udeltnes for usage. in thesystem She sad she thought this would include the ban agdimu sche shaem lbyn schofs sare HAWbKINS SAID that an opinion was issued by Atty. Gent of 0 cntsfor Robert Shevin that allowed the activity funds to be used lor 'od1 cnc frc, entertainment. but added she didn't think the opinion woild1 uldcom frnibe mnterpreted to include other uses, such as lobbying. onbeig ued war oftepsil-ea rbeso h obii rhm them actvit Awgaflttofl the UF Stben eate Tresda nigh psedlbym bill allocating $2,830 to a 'University Student Legislative l's office has lntbrniatioil Service.' ns mn the past. Student Senator Bill Leach explained to the senate the legal problem. ci the lobby and suggested the money to be general's legal allocated to a group whose sole purpose would be to collect vity fees would jnd dispense data about the legislature. AGONOFSKY, reached in Tallahassee Tuesday. said UId a part of the was the only school that had not allocated money to the lobby. and that the other schools in the university system still enpected the group to be a lobbying body. dS Aronofsky explained the purpose of the organization was to "coordinate lobbying efforts of students in the university sys tem, He added, however, that another purpose ot the rum ASFAC to ,rgamization was to provide a central information center for quarter and a students who were interested in lobbying for bills other thin it to sponsor a those pertaining to education. first reading. ARONOFSKY EXPLAINED be felt the organization al reading and shouldn't "get involved in political issues, like the I-RA (Equal Rights Amendment)' adding this was one ol the reasons he hoped the lobby would be exempt trom the ed the SIO,000 restrictions of the public funds law. rd to pay for Applications for the three full-time paid positions in the hie Nitty Gritty lobbying organization are now being taken by the Council ol Student Body Presidents. Positions available are manager, two economic assistant manager and secretary-clerk. aid, will teach A pplicants should not be students during spring quarter in to this, each and should be able to live in Tallahassee during the 90-day lectures. legislative session. TYPEWRITER PROBLEMS? We've got ol'i th. answers Sdeya-Sw ggSuppinbo ASSOCIA TED BUSINESS SYSTEMS 724 N. Main 3335

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Coo -. Ffish Seatoods Snapper ~ I bster Scallops Crab Claws Mullet Shrimp Trout Rock Shrimp Stone Crab Claws Ever ythhg Prepared E S In Unse ploeri Arpas Private P.,ties 499-.50 Fresh For You ThtIndfpen.RsFldda flgator. Thunsday, .eruvy 27. lflNog. I Anniversaryof streaking: Nude spnnters recalfad POL ARGUA R D Cool Comfort By Snowlion Look ahorp around town or mn he rough Cur pohkc protects you from cold or donmp or windy conditions. Lgtwvight only 34 on Trnm styling Aquatic & Trail Center Inc. 348 W. UnIv. Ave. 373-9233 5 MON-F RI 1-75SAT 9-7 -a P A THWAY MOVE D III! AND IT'S CELEBRATING WITHl A SALEALO ~ BIGIII t4ART .20 to 50w. OF 2929 NW 13th ST. SUPPLY f eb yr. v -..---------..-.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------V By DEBBIE IBERT Aligaltr Staff Walt., Not too long ago tinning around naked made you the life ol tht party all over UP Last year at this time, a nationwide "streaking fad gripped Gainesville and thousands stripped down to their sneakers to jog uninhibitedly throughout the campus. It w.as all "hilarious." but UF officials "took too hard a sIand when somie ot the alumni hitched." reminisced UF's most lamious strcaker. William Rich Norvell. "A FEW ALUMNI got all stirred up "and worried about w.hat their daughters were seeing at college.'' he said. Norvell made headlines in March last year when he streaked across Florida Gym. wearing only tennis shoes, socks and a red scarf during the half-time of the Florida-Alabama basketball game. Looking back. Norvell said he "feels the same way now as right after I did it. I think it's the funniest thing I've ever dlone" Carrying out an intricately detailed plan with his fraternity. Norvell ,&ore a trench coat io the gym and took his seat an the third row. At half-time, he dropped the coat and made a diash tbr the door. A GETAWAY CAR parked near Murphree Area whisked him away to the safety of the fraternity house. The daring dasher later turned himself in and threw himself on the nmercyof the Student Conduct Committee. Norvell completes the five-quarter probation ordered by the committee this spring. Why'd he do it? "You gotta have some way to flaunt yourself at the system.' he explained. After months of "school, school, school." students need some way of relieving teain offered da different way-ilegal but funny"-of Io N RETROSECT, Charistopher J. Roeder said he views his naked jaunt near Library West last February as a "pretty foolish activity." A combination of peer pressure and "being pretty high at the time" prompted him to streak past the library, he recalld Streaking became so popular. Roedet said. because it "didn't hurt anything, yet it was breaking the law-a pretty stupid law-and throwing it up into the face of authority." But he wouldn't do it again. 'There are more important ways to break the law.' Roeder said. A TOTAL OF eleven people-three of then, female-got 'Police Deartn ct arrete two non-student stinkeran handed nine students over to thehconductd committee. UPD Shuler said he remembers when niort than l.00 naked students gathered in the wet hours of the mnorning between Hum. and Graham dormitories. As a member of the WUFT (channel 5) camera crew, he tilnmed the streakers as they raced and clowned around Graham Pond. "We got five minutes of terrific tootage.' he chuckled. "They were coniig straight at us." UPD HAD BLOCKED off Museum Road to prevent traffic accidents and keep gawkers from outside UF from pouring into the area. "I saw a lot of men with business suits and lies on ther. just standing back and watching the show." Shuler remembered, Mass streaking, dorm-wide strip tease shows, avid nude dashes through Library West and Floriday Gym put UF in the streaking top ten among the nation's colleges. By March. UF had earned ranking as the number six streaking university in the U.S. by an organization calling itself the "National Collegiate Streeking Association." Norvell said he can't foresee a "streaking revival," and he wouldn't inm in even if there was one. "For one thimg. I'm still on probation," he explained. Besides. there are more constructive ways of letting loose than running around buck naked."

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----.--..-e -..t .~ r.vnrr.sa*t Th* Infl.td*t MbEfl MflaE. IflUfly, ine.~,d.y 4', 'I'. r~Iu AAJVtW ST I 'N INNi ENT r Si The SG OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS is looking for on advanced undergraduate Public Relations or Journalism major skilled in FEATURE WRITiNG. Work will appear Spring Quarter in the Independent Florida Alligator. Interested students should come to the Student Government Office, 305 J.Wayne Reitz Union, anytime next week between 3:45 and 5:00 p.m. This have ready around is an sample when excellent chance to s of published work interview time rolls Applications are now being token for the following positions within FLORIDA STUDENT LEGISLATIVE SERVICE: 1. ManagIng Director 2. Assistant Director 3. ClerkSecestary Applicants must reside in Tallahassee during the legislative session. The purpose of the serviceis to gather and dispense information about the activities of the legislature and pending bills. All three positions are paid. Interested applicants should come to the Student Government Office, 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union, as soon as possible to apply. Call 3921665 for further information. UPD LIASON COMMITTEE DID YOU KNOW studetn memn UPtcu and stf hyingo dicvr e, information, coil Ken Chapman at 373-0606 or 372-9260. That student government spends somewhere in the neighborhood of $15,000 each quarter on intramural athletics? SG WEEKLY DEADLINE Why? wiaY shud bdnItote Cabn Ofc Inro 305 J. Wyee Union. All materIal should b. In Ate afl It by 3:30 p.m. on Monday for it toapopean Thrsas AWAT. It s one area that almost every student on campus is involved in. Prooucvo by Jeff Prursmor. Oareclo, of Comnmunicovions. for the $tudent Body STUDENT GOVERNMENT 205 J. WAYNE REfIZ UNION 392-1665 p. 2 1 .4 -4 r, vii II I III W

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r --.--a--.-.r ~ tP~tM T tnqnq.~aq.w. mu *ru U, sS SE TI FOR NEYE? G UF C D Y ES--There Is no tradeoff between funds for a mass facility and UF's operating budget. ?p seating Please seating understand: facility CONSTURCTION al funds for a new moss come FUND, from a CAPITAL control led ocated by the state legislature. and operating budget RECURRING expenses, covers only such as graduate stanceships, ibrarian's salaries electric bills. We will receive or not the fac ii 100 Ily percent is built. of We wil our operating budget regardless of whether I not receive more. Capita are. It' construction s$ a one-shot dea funds S. If are niot available every year to us. This year they we don't get the money, SOMEONE ELSE WILL Of could campus, go for 0fl*W stnjclur. a new govemmont on another building, maybe even anew municipal golf course somewhere in Understand: going to use c the .ita legislature is not construction money to pay recurring bills. It is a use oneyou SOQI financial fact of life that if you shot money to pay regular bills can't otherwise afford N GO BROKE,WITHOUT to pay,YOU REDUCING YOUR DEBTS IF WE DON'T GET THE MONEY FOR A NEW FACIUTY NOT ThE SAME MONEY THAT GOES INTO RUNNING I SOMEONE ELSE WILL iT's UF. WE'RE NOT SWAPPINGl ANYoNE'S EDUCATION FOR A NEW BUILDING. STUDEN T was Inserted by Studeil GWfitflItt In the hc9e that it will clear up some oEub. quatlons concerning th. funding of a new IUU sealing facility for the University of Floddo oV E RNMEN T GETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT Prooucec by Jqff Prutsmon, Director of Communicaron, for th. Student Body STUDENT GOVERNMENT 205 3. WAYNE 3E1TZ UNION 292-1665 C S -I y FO UF' s5 assi and I This infonpatlon

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,#og* 14 The Indd.iiab dft a .Ait gmorThur.dAyFebryeMy 27 975 Bike tickets or lose driv By STUART EMMRICH AIllaor Staff Writ., Hike riders '.ho ignore citations given Icr traffic volauions may soon find their driver's license suspended. according to UF Traffic Court Chied Justice Bruce Singer Singer said Wednesday sonic students are not responding to tickets Icr bike violations. and added these students (lid not seem to realize that hike violations were dealt wt ih the sanw as other 'chicle aolations. A BIKE VIOLATION is a 'regular ticket and is treated as such." Singer said Singer said violators, who are usually cited tor running a stop sign or driving at night without a headlight. are notified that they must appear at the traffic court within 10 day'. Singer explained that Il the violator does not appear im Lourt or arrange to pay his 5 line within that period, his name is sent off to Politicians r By KEN GOODMAN Alligator Staff Writer [wo local state legislators have replied to written requests hrn the Gainesville Human Relations Advisory Board which urged support of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). [he replies were read at the IIRAB's 'uesday evening meeting. Rep. Sidney Martin ID-Gainesville) stated his support lot the ER A, saying he has "long been an advocate of this legislation and it is miy intention to continue to support it." MARTIN COMMENTED in his letter on the bill's chances of passage: "I feel .that the ER A will not miect with much trouble in the House but will see quite a debate in the Senate." he other reply came from Sen. Bob Saunders(D-Ganesville) who wrote,"While I have ino philosophical problem supporting the wording of the Equal Rights Amendment. I do have somec questions concerning the long'show up si icense I allahassee where it is put into a crime tom puter. He said that an entry into the computer makes it impossible for a person to either receive or renew a driver's license without first Lcearimg the bike violation. "THlE STUDENTS DON'T seenm to realize hou serious this (the bike violation) really is." Singer said, explaining he was encountering students who were not coming in to answer the tickets. Singer said he was going to try and give violators a 10 day grace period before sending their name' otT the Tallahassee. but added it was still important that violators come to the tratlic court as soon as possible. Singer emphasized that bike violations should not be taken lightly, because the ,enalties are stricter than parking violations. and could actually result in someone\ license being suspended. ecict to ERA range constitutional aspects of its implementation." Sen. Kenneth MacKay (D-Ocala) and Rep. William Andrews (D-Gaiinesville) have not responded to the HRAB'a urging. The HRAB also discussed including a sexuall preference" provision in the proposed anti-discrimination ordinance currently being considered by the Gainesville City Cornmission. THE PROVISION discrinimation on the preference. Chairwoman Audrey said the actual inclusion the ordinance was not imioment." "There has not been a would prohibit basis of sexual Herbert. however. of homosexuals in planned "at the demonstrated need bor including homosexuals in the 'riac, she said. Ihe draft of the ordinance now being considered prohibits discrimination on the basis of marital status, race, religion, creed. national origin or sex. Second parking garage to be built A second parking garage ,.ilI be erected on the "Cs' side ci the J. Hillis Miller Health ('enter. adjacent to Wilmont Gardens, an experimental plant area. Fhe ln garage 'ill not interfere with Wilmont.Gardens but will afiedt a research orange grose. according to Neil Webb. associate director of university planning. HOWEVER, THE ORANGE TREES are being relocated around campus and a new grove will be started south of Lake Alice. Web~b said bids for the construction of die garage '.ere S7(.00 less than the amount budgeted icr the project. The low base bid was submitted by Drake Contracting of Orala. already under contract to UF icr tire code correction work. The bid "as Sl,912AKX1 with an additional cost of SSSAXX) for waterproofing the top floor. according to Webb. [he Board of Regents has approved the bid tith the swaterproofing. and construction should begin in two to three weeks. Webb said. It is scheduled to be completed within 240 calendar days.,.which means that both garages should he finished at approximately the same lime, he said. a p k

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The Independen, Morid. AJlIg.,.r, Thursday, Pebrory 27, 197$. Pug. IS IlI A. I 511 S SI -~aw 700 920 -&flbr flo FRI DAY w. EEIEE ACADEMY AWARD sogrn I NOA50 5R C.$CO4JNtT CkET A MwaiiyhhProduction .,Valel~rte i Dai V Picer .AWY Ma-wisre Bob Fsse Rayhr, vywsnl I. 3 45 5-50 7 55 10-00 A LI a 'in IFOR SALE FOR SALE ~~ St Mc'I H sie 'n rOLntry deal Kr~ dcin or loin cooplIc air cond ogs stq ~oroge ;hed asking $t*00 485 2a05 /enmng% IA 8! ASP) or re en loal ron to betie erve yoo 8r'k beds $SM Qiftig $35 2614 NE 18*h ir ace .P+rone_377_9e35 IC it1p9 F0, Sole 69 KHAPMAN GHIA [ow Mw cage rood T iros F. elleni Shap0. $ 09510 Col 376 7532dy (Ol r 0 378 33*5 *'ht _weekends i 7' 91 WI'Ie cuves for 'ale Symbol of pevce or of rthe Ho v 'p 'r t G.,ornieed healtky Cas f rm $7 io $9 Coil 4466 3201 1za2 9l12_______ NHASA APSO roale k'uppy only one Idt AkC reg sho,, warmed and adorable ikcse shaggy lop dogs or 'qmnl Iy brorm I bet Ideol apr pet HOute tr'oined raw331Q59 ao ii ip RINOS Brond mew engngemen. and weddm g 'nogs karat ye1 low gold, do' rnonds on hot h rnn9, vroe $S00 s3l'n $350 caf rer 4 aor 377 8765 'grfot shnpel Also nrm'rn'us 22 rIb hamponsh Ip 'org.? pisic $75 co4l Io a more 'nfo 377 8242 t2 91 ) spor,'or 70soba convertible needs good home a lttle Care coIl 373-7655 oler 5 1050 Ia 3t9) p) lEWftRv Custom mnode for hose who opprecole or in1 gold s river and Fine erns Studio 103 By nppoimrent ornly 3733894 'A 13790P opal kodet runs good inspected 35 mpg 250$ ready to yo coll 373 2C03 or 'ceo a 102) nw $5 teer IA 2T90P,' Fo, %lp Suprb Stereo System Morant, I 20 iI1rnty 2cnJA etftrostnt'c tpeokers horns ID 125 buc Sea tO Call Ken 376 240 4A57 90 P} greenhouse sole healthy plonts ,n cloy pci, sunday only l0am 4p'r go wesl an 'ewberry 'd past I 75 to n 91st tallow !ign2 A 3T90 P) F0, sole Mobile Horme r: 35 Excelleni 'cdndition Coilafter 3 pm,,a,373-WAS (a St 87 p1i 73 Hondo 350, new tel Of hook. headers excel lent con $'50 0[ Of best offer Mike 373092* o-5t-/-p} Moolto Celtic 135 rnm~F 3 5 lens. Never jsed S1,11 in the box Sells 'or $160 new Only $90 377334 c 5t 87 p) A Peto.' Spotmoti wt a* okurro I 4 50 mm a Takumrar 1-3 in2 mm arnd o soligr 35 Bo 200 mm sts offer 'alf 36 9o0oda'88 pi Conno, 135 mm 3 5 lens W lon, hood and case year old good conditon $SO or Rest offer Coil 392-7318 ao St 88 pl .nivor electric pianlo rn,,i condition $360 all fter 4 00 3797791 taSI A pI F coder ion bou natural finish with rr'aple neck parfert cand ion $235 coil k en at 392 4 5 0a St OO-p( 1973 mobile I12*50 cerltrol sect 4 aIr / bedrooms fully furnished $)XO equity S assume monihly note 75 77 or moke offer must el cal I 3732064 (A 7l-85 P) ar sale WsAmohIO $SR I 35 mm camera FOR SALE Kolfecter selling oid aiginal rovie pOster. Limrr ted supply so co'1 373-8704 FO00R R ENT $05 sublet itilikes elernir included air and heot an.room .$ort both frig, hot pl. 3 blocks oil campus quie rmsponsibf. mole grad student desired Avalable .mnwdiately Call 373-3627 betwn,&1 P-M & 4-pJ 1973 Qadge spor? Oulo A C 6 Cyfi 'coded take over payments end smialt 1971 (hey Nova grSen 4l (E v good corrdtilon no a,, power broke, am radio pow., USering go. lover' Coll betwen S2 prn 373-3627 {o 5t-S9 p) sit&orichored 3Z-0 5Wms 'cc 4402 SW 20 Ave tot No 27 (mP 5 30 gol nquorium complete over SI0 .invested 3 mo old selling to boylorger took The best a! everything asking $130J coil 378-5917 after S (o-38Q9 p) 60 Firebird dir son powe, steering + brake, auto tons new eshoust System rnrokes curb storne, sell o, trod. tor motorcycle coIl 372 I m6 (0 St-S9 p) O'rncsv.lle's Lorgesi indoar FLEAMARkE1 Every Fri Sot Sundoy Ablrtle bitof everything for 1201 F Uni Ae 378 3431 IA B! 9O-P) HEWLITT PACKARO HIP 35 almnosi low '05s fmn$295 will sell ot$SI50 ohiofisher chdscfle stereo amp $95 372 2020 {A AT 90P) ide afte. 5 0 prm No phone Only $3a,00216sw 3Ave Apt No 2 (A ST 8*35 trailer all electric or excellent condition mnoveable must sell $SI0 or besi offer cull nny 375 6355 after 6 IA 41 90 P enlarge, durit m60 w lens, for 35mm or ?'. 11x14 easel and primi wosiser $125 377 0355 $10 n 5o veA-4-90-P) tomonds. 5pphires Erreralds, Jod., rand 95 other gem minerals All qucliti. available Priced from 25 percent to 50 percent below retail Custom cutting from S1te t inconditronal Guarantee U ZIE By oppoimes only 373-3894 '413' 90 P) Aedding Sands, t Engogement Rings Tradition Contemporory designs ci your choice Handmode fn, individuals wh woni the be. &ial wor b Sou*t s leading Artss Master Gold Smith and Lopidist Unconditional ('ranre. OZZIE By oppo tment only 373 3894 A 137 90-P) g.M 2:55 Th aao A FILM.*V PAUL MAUIVY -ART CARNEY Lx' 233 W. Urii. Ave. PST STANKY BROWf'S GROUP Sf11 ~m. A Seats Resirned Tickets at: Rebel DIscount(moin) + Box Office COMNG MAE. s-JIMMIE $PHIS5 + HIS SAND A OnigiEI/s.urcsn Produetofi Alrn S*iyehnnmn "Rary and the Gold Duflin" 'I 0c Hety O~Stss ltsb, -MtuLfetu W, fltKm a d by 0kSafl dP TSaltshr'e -Uln aa~o .aaees ; lack z ~ 3:00 s:00 7:00 9:00 LW OLDIE GOLDIE NIGHTS TONITE ft TOMORROW NIGHT DIRTY PacL g 'in. #' a.ilL V. p~1 9-'I *.l~e it.s ,b f,2 L" --I. e1,f.et. s -oraigii S -r-ser Useeln bonus Wil at the dloer (ked by wnqest r TAr',,' least 3zzr ShSwcb LAST DAY LAST DAY

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Pag. 1 The Independent tddo AMIgptor, Twsdsy, Iehn.ry 27. 1975 FOR RENT female, own room 2 b' dupi central heot-oc pets allowed Quiet privacy see luliC, 2120 e eve no A after 6 0 (b-St-H9p) FOR RENT nice Univ roommate needed georgetOwn opts Nc 715$85 plist'% uti own rttn pool Dir walk or bike to compus Pleas. contact Cnn 378-2994 lb 3tW8-pl temol. ,oommOt* needed own room 'kovi on 11109g* $42 50 mu, plus I 3 utilties toll after 5 374-467 St-'8 p, I bedroorm api I black from mrd center +carmpus $t60 00 unfurn on $le9 00 turn dishwasher laundry carpet poo' ic< room no pets coll 373 803 48-5T o roarm pn o mre house 3 blokcs fram f ,r, 2 ocres of annd $95 monthly need a qmr~ .sporssibl. lemol. coil 3721724 belor IIan aft., 5 pm S-S7-90--) own room ins comfortable oak Forell town house $86 nma I nil. easy bike or bus to UF roll chuck or bi I 373-1617 lb St 89 p) 3 BR, 2 bath immaculate, fully firnished mobile horn. Central heqr A AC On lakefront lot 'rees Rent lit0 or sole 376-4126 wknd& (b-*8-p) Act, private both $99 no I 3utd furnished, cable lV, 2712 SW 34ih St 173 3558 or 377-f4AC 5 V-Pi I hr opt furished $110 mo S biks rout, or library West Avoilable imn riediotley Call 377 0t84 onyt.mre ii 3T 90-P) SEA' Now. -deal hove 'mall ?HE HOUSING SlORtAG$Hi' is the time to start looking for l5OmTe for spring a, loll girn mony listings ovil for then deposit cnn hold ii for you that we 0 Coall OWN MODGOOM AVAILABLE $80 + % utliies Village Apes toiwvr4ouse, furnished. two bath toll Debbie after sir prm )p3 2944 femnole *oomrnote Wontd 'Hwaiian Village Apt 2 bdr 2 b*., a-c heat, po&etc $61 25o r o + .Mil call 373-9767 ofter 4 pm Avodloble Mo, (b-tr-tp) sublel large one br unl apartment University Gorden,, $143 per month available Match Icoil anytime 3785446 lb 31-.-p) sublet room La moncho opts $90 per morh pool oc furnished carpets ph 3736474 Jerry ovotlatle March I (b-St S9-p)} from cormg $6 no +uttiles ccli Schovawn or Anne 377-inS (b-5t-8pi for spr qtr hrT, roonmoste needed 01 landmark opts 2 br pool. oc, heel, dish water, laundry 5 +util Ise ltwu line 15 call 377-8016 (b-54&88p) MAIE roommate, needed, OWN moon 12 S70 mobile home. shag, c'o, Washerdryer. dishwasher. shaded lot $85 ma *+/,util coil 373-5414 376.15% otterS (b-2t-9t-p) Sublet Iarg 2 hr I bail, unfurn opt 2 mtesfom ca.psSW $05 Mo All o st faciltes included cci after 6 0037-Ul"tal -Pert~neandus --GUILASUN RISE NT zW Unv Ave. 377-3013._ FOR RENT Seoutilul 3 MR unfurrished opt to 'ubleos. storning 3 I1-75 call 377 5747 after 5 0 (b-S-8&p) .ublet pvi room maie 2 blk, from corpus $85 mionik tprn9 qtr cc carpet .raid cooking pay nio ii,.h ties coil glenn 378 5443 8 ST90-P) Ov lbl lat Mach thu" 'un. $5 mnith includes AC good view high rise coll 313-28 ater 6 pm, (b Si 0-p1 WANT TO MOVEV if you deli,. to move fran your presented location we canrent, sublet tonrind you o 'oommre irmvediotely at NO CST Coil taoyli Unted Reol Eslate Ansoc Inc 13 NE 164h Ave 371-6992 ( r5-) Needed .mmediotety I or 2 *emole roomot., for 2 bedrm, 2 bath opt $58 W o month, + utilities live mm wolk fron' med renter roll 373-5452 lb-5t 91 female roomerroie needed far comnfortobl 2 bedroom op1 own room 54 25 4 ,utiiies Avoi able 3-21 75 Co~l Wendie at 373 3835 nfl.r S pm (b 3i 91 p) Fenil. Roomnt neded for Sprin *,rtrWidodw 2 bed '"o 2 both ui shed Coil 377 7887 ontr b OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house Pyef formal $83 50 + ut1 fireplac, biga yard neor duck pond 378.2252 1512 NW 2nd Si detpera. (b-St-9l-p) 2 spacious cornplelely furnished I bedroom, np directly behind norrnon hall Avoiloble mar IS call 373-8064 or 378-143 evening (b-7t9lp) femal. roommo. needed far Spring Otiarter 3 bedroomWindnmeodow, Apt $77 SO + uilities Must be Neolif Colt 373-6422 (b-5-9l-) flol-r mol o fe-ir -oom-t wanted for 2 br mobile home at and Furnms$.d 80 mc plus %. utilites 378.3907 (b-2t-9l-p) sublet georgetown Ljnfrnmshed 2 bdnei ~tOsap 378-SW9 377-4906 lay (b 3j.91. 3 3 bdr $155 Walk to campus W-7792 S24 acre 3 milesto U of F377-6992 Apt, I $85 Utsi Paid 377-6992 2 170 Walk to Campus 377-6992 3 2 bar $90 Save Il 377-6992 4 5 acrs Pcdprm377-692 I $75 Efficiency Uli pd 37764992 2 2 bdr Walk to campus 37764992 3 3 bdr $370 No Ieas or deposi 3776992 4 585 MobI. horn. 371-6092 United Real Estole 113NE1dthAv. Open 9AMto 8 PM STUDENTS NEEDED BY EVALUATION Next quarter, ft. Course & Teacher is interesting and rewording and we Evaluation will be different from post hove some money for salaries. If you editions. It will hove student input and teacher input, Those of us working on the evaluation need help from students in collecting the teacher input. The work con, come by and hear what we have in mind. Our meeting is tonight, February 27lat 7:00 in room 121 of J. Woyne Reit. Union. Memages con be left at the Omicron Delta Kappa office on 'Third floor Union. I -di 25% off 10% off 25/% off 25%-50% off FEB. 26MAR. 5 MclN., WU., THUU., l1t. 9 TUv.,. P., sat. Ill-wN 371-4KB *AdOs. Em~q FOR RENT PERSONAL FermI.e roommate wanted for spring Coy men rind women nest sun at 7 1uo'ter The oaks opt Call after 5 pmr pn, 07 nw I5le, tpeoker horn Arita( 378-3733 (b Si> 91 p)I i -) uwN BEDROOM ovoioble .mmrediat.1y 3AflMfE'S ARRIVED FROM LCNDON. 80 '-utiiies Vd loge Apis furnished NOW OPEN, Specializng in Erig 1,i. iwo boths toll Porsy 373 49) 18 7l 00 cuttng, blow waving 'or the in l Univ Ave 37712643 i 0153p) WANTED Med student seeks roommate fo, own bedroom, bath in country gardens behind med center $Il6 ma prefer grod or prof student 373 7144 Cc 5I N-p) mole roormate to shore furn I bedroom apt Olympiao pts I1l0 sw 8th Ave $75 Inc +, utilities c air, heat, carpet 2 blocks I, campus roll Bob 373-8874 (c-Si Femnole roommate wanted owny rorm in 2 bedroom duplex pets ok, centro heor, aol'torne 37S-g9t' (c-4t-88-p) -WAN~eD TO BUY Tenor Guiar Mutt be reasonable Most any condition 378 77l0 anytime (c-5I-89-p) Female roommate waritedt Gotorwood opt shore 2 bedroom 2 both $40 roll Now 371-7914 (c St-89-p) GOLD & SILVER !ap prices poid for cit rings, old eowetry, etc confidentto. Co Ozzie 373-359.(c-50-53-c) Help Female roommate needed urgently $40 + utilities Garwood close ao campus no deposit, coill "aorlene 373-3735 onytir, ,. oll (1c-StO P) HELPi Femaol. roomotes wanted for cozy furn 2 ben, landmark apt ideal facilelies M5S + %/ utilities call kathy or sharon 373-2784 (c-3t-91-p) roarliote wanted own room 0 ma+1I3 utl tarting spring quorte. close to campus call 373-0635 (c-)i-9I-pol H ELP WANTED Female Ia deliver new Corvette.during spore time Mutt be artirve and a competent drive. For interview coll 3720)52 (E-IOT 90-P) Fmne positions fo, men in New England summer c-p 'or boys <(th year) (sterive oquohic, program 126 WSI sloff} Openings for swum ,nstructor, soiling, woterskiing, kayaks, coeing Also, experienced tennis instructors 1 4 inourts Other openings Compus interviews Trovel ollowornce Only full aesumnes considered Camp Mok-Ke.Nat37 haher Lone SouthOrne 175W0 to recoverer at raleigh super ouso0' speed0 was g'ee' toll 26" Iron, 2'" aluminum wheels, low profile brown gumrwoll tires, brooks champion narrow feather sea. on rome, wheels, UF266333528 bike No 349641 an left rear fork coHl 4904) 3927325 IE 5T-q0-P) AUTOS tronsmissjon only i,,00 miles 127W call 376-502 (G-FR-SNC) *^N"hO low mileage vw o, voyato wagon Preferably with outomolC tranimissiot Coil 377-0OW. (,.S4-V-,) '64 ca'olino pontiac staton wagon new radial lires. new exhaust system. heavy duty spongs-c11 after 400 $895 "*-,'gt*o'l 376-9"19 I-t-U"-p) LLOYD'S CCCVETIE ftAa W* buy and sell Jacksonville, Florida I-3311 10 and Cos.os Ave (g-20-73-.) FCC SALE 1969 VW cicellent mec. condition $475 call david 373-Ja or comle -e 104 N W 21 St. alter S {a-a. so-p) PERSONAL Wedding inwitetlsets SI' 40 per 100 buelnees care $9.95, rubber ternm. magnetic signs. offset printIng. Cliff Hoi 1)03ngll N Main (-FR-SI-C) COEDs facial hair removed ,.r memnently Call Edmnd DOyrer elecfoo.e over 20 y.s .perience Term .upeul Cortodo' Icrgeti Service For catlaopueserdflt.Issey Service. On, Ce.adc. 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arhol's Dracula: decadence revisited Review By Sanys Bot Having conme of age amid summer afternoon dialing for dollars movies starring Godzilli and Ghidra the three-headed monster. and Saturday nights at the Rimar Drive-In where the Soui of Dracula's Revenge Returned. I didn't think a horror movie could be made that surprised me. I didn't reckon -n Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey's "Blood of Dracula." IT ISN'T that I was shocked at the gore, or the sex. Thert isn't that much of either, and it's pretty ludictouL, '[he plot and even the jokes were predictable. It was. I think, just the Morrissey technique ci the non-movlt, applied to my old familiar tla'''c dr~e-mr horror filmn Not flat lDi acula' ksn't slick It i better made, more dImUsing~ dnd Icy, gory tha, "Frankenstein." aicordtmg to those ntcre',ted enough to have seen both Arnd at first. "Dracula" seems to be a long way down the line Ironm those early Morrissey miovIes so selt-conscious about beimg movies, like class projects with actors totrgetting lines and over or underacting for the camei-aTHE COLOR, the plot and rehearsed actors fool you into thinking "Dracula" is a real movie, It wasn't until later that I realized what bothers me about it. It still has the air of having been made by someone who really nasn't all that interested in making a moviea director who doesn't take The Cinema seriously and never paid any attention to the things film teachers tell you directors pay tent ion to [he iim ni L so con scious of being Sfilmn that it doesn't make any eftbrt to convimce you it's real. Movies are supposed to tool you into believing in then,, even arty French movies without plots, funny movies should take being funny seriously. But not Merrissey's movies. "Dracula" is aniusing In its way, but it doesn't seem to '.ork much at it. The plot sounds pretty good,. but it conies across lackadaistal. Dracula and his servant leave Romania, where modern morals have made waste with all the virgins. whose blood the vampire must have to sur-e nye. In search of pure young girls, they go to Italy where daughters are raised in the arms of the holy mother church. Dracula makes a poor choice in the four daughters of a poor marquis. however, because the family's one servant is played by Warhol film star Joe Dallesandro Since Dallesandro's only sign of life in his liiim i below his waist, guess how sir-gin the daughters are. THERE ARE sonic nice comic touches. Everyone in the movie speaks with a different accent, even the Italian peasant. And Udo Kier plays the only vampire I've ever seen who could pout. There are also some things that aren't very funny, like Vittorlo de Sic.,s (bless his soul) tiresome performance. and the gory ending. But "Dracula" will bother you if you think about it tbr too long (but of course that may just be my problem. since I had to review it and you don't.) When you look for its bearn. its purpose. there isn't anything there. I don't think there is supposed to be anything there. And if you ask me. that's real decadence. I' Masten's try contract marriage This Sunday, gueI.volced Johnny Cciih brings his family andi minds to A.e Aclrid. Gym for on 8 p.m. CanCel spomcmd by ShadenS Government Produc.lits Tidkal. a fl.U and 0.50 for student', and Ric and Billie Barbira Masten's performance tonight will deal with a series of poems and readings on their relationship, including their agreed-upon marital contract. It's entitled, 'After the Sunset Again. A Birth. A Death, and Resurrection of a Relationship." THE MASTEN'S have effected their own non-legal divorce and have written contracts to substantiate their new relationship, called their annual relationship-renewal cent rad. After 20 years and four kids, the Mastens mutually realized that he had become stigmatized as 'MaIntenance Man" and she had become 'Rip Nurse)' To rectifyr the situation they agreed to contract one year at Stime"You start to bring flowers again when you realize that next Sept. 3 she might not want to hook up with you." said Masten. Mitten expresses his spiritual insight in conventional imagery: The buidhng parn hs my, It's the lJvfrg I. it that With .me simple I.anyone caa ug a der. fui yd uawte art of .8klg shkges lateh me. Ric Masten. minstrel minister of the Unitarian Universalist Awsociation and traveling troubador will be interacting with his wife Billie Barbara tonight at McCarty Auditorium. The performance is free to the public. The Masteg'i provide a handle to the "reql world," through Imagery. Definitely worth seeing. Monday is mime night C ANDumil MGMU .-o--nfwid The Mad Mels.ime Troupe exercise the imagination aud simulate the intellect with contemporary messages using only the fact and the body. MAD MOUNTAIN IS nude up of C W. Metcalf. a i'aeulty membe, at florida State U. Tom Pierce. and 'Tint Bays. For one night only. March 3. Monday. The Mad Mountain Mime Troupe will perform at the fleet and Bottle. Shons stare at 8:30 and 10:30. admIssion Is32.the audience may stay fbr both thee. The rest .f the ittk Gamble Rogmr will We ptrforinl. MAD MOUNTAIN MIMIE11 ..n nIgW only ahh-Melissoa Manches ter Melissa Manchester is 24 years old. She established herself as one of the most critically acclaimed new talents of 1973. To say the least, she has come a long way in a short time. MS. MANCHESTER has three albums to her credit. She's beet, on .11 the right concert shows. Midnight Special-three times. In Concert. etc. She'll be In tmw Feb. 29, Saturday. for twn slums aS S S and II. Admislmon Is 54 In advance and at the does'. ..hascantO o wing Way&aby The Independent Florida Alligator N ETN a r

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33 don t meann nuthin 'I now By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sp.t. Writ. now the one conmesto town UFwrcsting a 33 meet wi will host the q In Soul heastern Conference ( championship im Alligator Alley this Friday and that Saturday BUT THEIR wing iad. streak, along with adime, will rung barely buy then, a cup of 1975 coffee because the dual meet -ht by gporg. koc hon Ie SR. BOBBY ROBER TS (L) -LAST TANGO IN SEC'S season does not affect the outcome of the SEC. It all boils down to this weekend. At the tail-end of '74 and thebeginning of the new year, head wrestling coach Gary Schneider, when talking about the Gators chance of winning its lirst SEC Championship, said. "The way our team is wrestling nlow, I don't think there's any teami that can stop us fron, whining it" Hut, then the long wrestling season took its toll on the Gator grapplers. Nunierous injuries plagued UF and in one maitch the Gators had only three starters wrestling. SCHNEIDER NEVER lost the confidence of winning the SEC's and credited the Gators depth with winning all their matches. The Gators will be at full strength minus one starter, P77 pounder Tim, Worsowicz, vdho tore ligaments in his knee two weeks ago. Worsowicz was undefeated for the year and Schneider felt the junior from Jacksonville would take the title. ph~ote by geq.g Iohec Ir (e Wrslr,pg23 EXCECRIN HEADACHE NUMBER 425 (See restlrs, pge 23 ,U,.U Jef f Davis In a real predicament The Independent Florida Alligator No.e 22, Thusdqy. F.6rnary 27. 1975 And matters fhec streak,. Ii

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I I I 0 I. -I* I I3"m"* W e SCttre SNat C0oq'g Now Open For Breakfast 172 7-10:3Oam MON.FR I. LUNCH SPECIALS New Low Prices S W. UNIVERSITY 373-9453 | W Ith this coupon i20% off all Tropical Fish Ltxres 3/1/75) 378-REEF K MON FRI '0-' II SAT 'U S Ii Across Prom JM 2201 NW I *l.Ies 12th St. I I p L CASE SPECIAL OLD MIt'5us tax Hours 1 AM. -2P.M. 422 NW iath St. sib Ave. t Th. "d.pendent Aord AlIgator, Thurnday, Febrvory 27. 1975 ,.g23 'wres tier: (from page 22) Although Worsow it, bhsente ill hinder the (ators change ol winnng (he SEC's. the teami still has two lornier champions. junior Imi Granowt at 142, and senior Henry Jackson at l90. hoth co-captains bor UF. "IN ORDER bor us to wmL, w.e re going to have to have three Iirst place limishers,'' said Schneider. "And we have to place mn eight of the ten weight classes,'" he added. Schneider said he expects the toughest competition to comec Irom, Kentucky. and I ennessee. teams the Gators defeated in duel matches this yetr. lie also expects Auburn to be in thereat the top. a team that's won the SEC's the past three years. The Gators incidently finished second, third, and fourth the last three years. Jackson. who won the title last year said. 'I've been thinking about winning the SEC's and nationals since the beginning of the season, and inm confident I can do it." GRANOWITZ, who won the SEC's two years ago as a Freshman but who lost out in I he fiiials layt year would like nothing more than to i cgamn his tidle "Ilm little bit w.orried about losing it again. last year A as a big disappointment, but I feel once I get in the right frame of mind Il do it." said the smoothstyled *restler from New York."The whole season goes down the drain when you don't win the SEC's and I don't want that to happen again." "Granowitz added that. "There's no way we should lose it." Senior ISS pounder Jeff Davis has finished third in the tournament the last there years and said, "It's about tinme I won it," "I CAME here four years ago with one goal in mind--tn win an SEC championship." If I don't do it this year. won't get another chance, and I will have failed in my goal. Anything less than an SEC Lhanmpionship seems inconsequential. but I know Sunday morning will come." Heavyweight Mark Totten. from Ohio said. "At the bottom of nmy heart I'd rather see florida as champions, and winners of the SEC's rather thanjust win myself." A -hl by gesogp kochoolec jr. THEY'RE GOING TOBEMEETiNGLUKE THIS ..when aI *heSEC tnms putt onlhe llne Freshman John Ott. who has wrestled 158. 167. 177, and 2%0 this year. and who will wrestle I 77 at the SEC's summed up the general feeling of the team when he said.' I'm pretty excited about the SEC's and so is the whole tem." I -H U rn -ht by geoig. Iwdhunlec I'. DEFENDING SEC CHAMP HENIRY JACKSON TAKES ROfIMA tECH OPPONENT FOE RIDE ,,.190 pound senior hopes to help UF to their f it SEC title I 4 ~-~ .1 JUST SITTING AROUND? U. ynr college degree me c'en.e meonmgnul way. A yeer 1*' VWTA er2 yv-rS it Nea. Cops will add auniqoe dim.,.ion Scyour i. and Ia *,.v linte syoou' behelpIng Mecc* Cvrps and VisTA aller more thw, 7W Choices ol wnwe asIgmnh I. the US5A. Minco. As.a Lalin Aa.nc. 4n Ihe soulh Not Ic lb. pmngrms mem ogdlcuikus. busaMs. adtmcelle. architecture, .ngIa.r.ng. law IsbrcIad hansbem .cwntict. artS aC,.ft vfry 'lanai educacitn and meny otew fteld., sling e.usd heaseher. dei -N -mee Ad.h.ese.S. S.e ftse Ceip. VUsA eswIwnee *s.Pe.b54Ws&.cCehsiede rIs h~s S S. .Wwe. Gator Ads ueR ay 4,' IaNf ad rM upti. s. a U C -I B

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Pfl. 24 lb. Sc.&fltndwg fiede AMlis.'e. Thundev, .&veinv 27. 1975 Gat or net ters beat Furman for first w By KEITH CANNON Alligator Spmt Wdrr Finally favored with sunshine and clear skies, the UF tennis team opened its 1975 season with a 9-0 win over Furman in straight sets. The G a tors. whose opening game with Valdosta State was rained out Monday, WOfl Ii convincing fashion, wrapping it up early with a sweep of the six singles matches. The visiting Paladins had only two rtal shots at winning a set. One of those came in the No. I singles match between the Gators' Juan Dinz and Furman's Dudley Reynolds. Dinz won 7-5, but he had to struggle. Ahead 5-4. Dinz came within a point of. breaking service against the Furman senior, but Reynolds Reya took the win to tie the set at 5trouble 5. he could DAVE PUESSLY .wIns 6-2,6-2 IN T RAN R A LS Friday is sign-up deadline bor men's and women's doubles tennis. Contact the IM office. 229 Florida Gynm. 392.0581. The UF Lacross Club will play rwo home games this weekend. On Saturday. the team will host the club from Pensacola Naval Air Station and Sunday. University of South Florida will be visiting [UF. Both games will be at 2 pm. on Hunme AcIed. Specrators arc welcome. Friday is the deadline for signing up for mien s mdlependent bowling. Teams consisI ot four members, and games w ill be bowled Monday through F-riday 4.6 pmm. and Monda) at q p r" at the I. Wayne Heit, Umion lanes. r 1INCHI FCR 89it n 4' JUAN DIAZ strong second set riolds had in the next ldn't break I senior's serve and Ii game to give Dinz taking the first and serving in the Reynolds seemed control. But Diaz with some slashing took four straight Diz in game, but the Tampa ost a deuce a 6-S lead. two points next game. to be in came back drives and points and a 7-5 win in the set. Diaz dominated the second set. raking a 2-I lead and holding Reynolds to one point or less three times for the rest of the way. 6-2 was the second ,et final score. lhe only other close call bor UiF was in Mike Borlings No. 5 singles match against Furmian's Phil Hanmmond. Borning won the first set 6-I. He ran io trouble in the second sot, tailing behind 4-3, but he won three consecutive games to save a straight-sets victory. in the other singles nmatches. U Fs Dave Pressly disposed of th I-all 6-2. 6-2 m John Kunnen Maddox 6-.2, play; freshma downed Jerry Furman 6-2.6 match, and Jii a No. 6 'ingl e Paladins' Jam No. 2 singles; defeated Jeff 6-2 in No. 3 ni Chap Brown Robinson of -0 in the No. 4 m, Oceher took les victory over Mark Stone. 6-2. 6-3. Doubles matches saw Diaz and Pressly (UP) down Reynolds and Robinson 6-4. 6-2; Brown and Borling tUF) downed Furman's Maddox and Hall 6-3. 6-4; Oceher and Kunnen (UF) defeated Hammond and Stone 6-3, 6-4. DINNER ALL AY FOR $1.39 10% s7I3nEt DiE*IA OPN DAILY I IAM-MIDIG#4T ISOSSW 135T 3776361s I J LEWIS WATCH EPARS 200 W. LUnIvenIty Ave. -nAI A Peoples Bank Aaile oI aox at a cost of just pennies a day. The PBopk GAINESVILLE A G.,n.I innc.1 syS,*rml a Yes, there are alot of good reasons to quit smoking. t "It V a



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The Independent Florida gator m mmun'cohons n Go n*svhII*, FH,~do Not ofisciolly osocot~ with it'. Unv.rs ty of Fo do AUUT GUY locol union chief Union protests faculty cut By TOM SHRODER at Senate meeting today Afliptor Stall Wilt. see related sq ~r three The United Faculty of Florida will protest the termination of 20-30 UP faculty members at a 3:30 pin. University Senate meeting today. Albert Guy. UFF chapter president. said he expected to recruit about 50 faculty members to protest UFs handling of budget cutbacks. "FLORIDA SHOULD strengthen its educational programs during a recession, not cut them. Guy said, Guy said the humane" way to handle budget cuts when they occur is to allow the positions to drop off due to retirement, death or transfer. UP announced plans Tuesday to eliminate 90-110 faculty positions next year. necessitating the termination of 20 to JO faculty members who are presently employed. A Dec. 12 freeze on faculty hiring has allowed 52 positions to open and remain unfilled. UF Intern, Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said he hoped the freeze would eliminate enough positions to meet a $1.5 million faculty salary cutback ordered by the Board of Regents. BRYAN SAID when he determined not enough positions would open by natural attrition, he ordered additional cuts, resulting in the termination. Bryan announced Tuesday the freeze on faculty hiring would continue through next THIJRSI)AY FEB. 27 1975 VOL. 67 M). 91 year. However, he said, the $1.5 million in faculty salaries must be cut by July 3. No positions that become vacant after that date can be used to meet the $1.5 nillion total. Bryan said. UP Public Information Officer Hugh Cunningham said UP has no power to cut administrative costs instead of faculty. (iF PRESIDENT Robert 0. Marston said. "If there's an opportunity to tilt in the favor of faculty over administration, we'll do it.'' Guy said the UP administration budget increased 70 per cent from 1969 to 1974 while the educational budget increased only 40 per cent. However. UP accounting figures indicate that while UF's administration budget (all universily-wide functions not directly related (See Faculty.' page three) PIRG to begin By LESLIE GOLAY Alilgat., Staff Writer After a three-year struggle to get the Public Interest Research Group (PIRO) established at UF. work on it~ implementation wtll begin .45 'sooi~ a~ possible.' according to Vice President for Student Atrair. Arthur Sandccii. I'uesday. Sandeen requested that the Student Senate decide C PIRG was wanted on tJF's campus by the student body. Tuesday night the senate unanimously passed two resolutions endorsing PIRG WEDNESDAY, Sandeen said he was ready to begin setting PIRO up. l will meet with the people from PIRG to work on setting the thing up. I don't have all the answers but we will work on it." Sandeen said, "I would say we will star as soon as possible. I assume it would be difficult to have everything ready by spring quarter." he said. ACCORDING TO Roxanne Marietta. PIRG President. PIRO could be set up by soon I 'uniner quarter. The details of PIRGs t~mnding system would have to be worked out with the Hub and with Monty Loeb, director of student accounts, according to Sandeen. Uhe lunding system requires that 25 per cent of the student body donate SI each per quarter in order to keep the group eligible for student funding. UNDER TIlE PROPOSED SYSTEM, a card explaining PIRG and asking for a dollar donation would be sent to each student along with the quarterly registration forms, If the student marks no on the card then he would not be charged. If the student wants to donate a dollar then he marks yes,' and will be charged an extra dollar at fee payment tirne~ Non*paynient of the SI does not affect registration. It is not considered a bill. This is called a negative check-off system. The student would be making a positive action not to pay by marking no' on the card and sending it back in." said Ro~anne Marietta. president of PIRG. Shevin supports lawsuit against closed hearings By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer Ft. Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said Tuesday the UF Honor Court should operate in the open. Speaking to a UP pre-law class. Shevin also struck out at governncnt corruption and discussed his handling of the controversial Pltts and I.e ease. Shevin said he would probably file, brief in support of a lawsuit against secret Honor Court disciplinary hearings by The Alligator. the GainesvIlle Sun and Judy Collins. a LIP law student. SHEVIN SAID the Houior Court served as an advisory board to the president of a state university and "as a result, as any other advisory beard, they come within the Sunshine Law and should be open to the public. *'We may not become active participants. but were probably at least going to file a brier' supporting the suit, he said. Shevin said he believed loth sides of the dispute were adequately represented by counsel. The Honor Court conducted secret hearings in connection with widespread cheating in UF's College of Business Ad,irnistration until Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green. Jr. issued an injunction hitting the hearings until it was determined if the Honor Court should be open to the public. NINETY PER CENT of government scandal involved attorneys Shevin said. 'Thc philosophy of sonic government officials seeni to be that they are or were acting by divine right." he said. Shevin said former Vice President Spiro Arms's contention that there stas nothing wrong s.ith kickbacks bothered him a great deal." 15cc Shevin.' page three) PtA. ArTY. OPt RCSUTSNEVIN lays Honor Court is conr.d by Sunshine Law shabdip like F t

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Pug. 2,1%. Ind.p.nd.ni Rondo AJIIgor, Thursday. Mbn.ory 21, 1915 June may s ee reduction Ford: tax cut delayed thursday n~ J 094GW Wr. ~Ior capsule Jury selection slow in Gurney bribery trial I AMPA Un) -Another 13 jurors were dismissed Wednesday in the federal bribery-conspiracy trial of former Se,,. Edward I. Gurney. indicating the jury might not be eated beibre the end of the week. Ot the lirsr 37 jurors called for questioning by 11.5. District Judge Bin Krentzman in the first three days of the trial, 26 have been dismissed. During the lengthy bench conferences. Gurocy. the first senator to be indicted while in chive more than 50 years, expressed restlessness by his facial expressions, hit one fist into an open hand and occasionally rubbed his forehead. HOLLYWOOD. i-la. (UPI) -President Ford said Wednesday the anti-recession laX cut he requested might no! be enacted until June-and a newly revealed schism between House and Senate leaders seeking a unified Democratic program supported his prediction Ford said in a news conference the tax cut he had hoped tor by mid-March now looks unlikely before June. but he promised to "keep the pressure on. He credited his attacks on the 'dilatory tactics' of the lawmakers with having elicited fore response from Congress than (they have shown) in the past few years. Ford was in Florida as partof the national selling campaign which he credited with spurring Congressional movement He arrived here Tuesday and after an afternoon round of golf with Jackie Gleason and Bob Hope, he arranged to fly back to Washington Wednesday night. Opening his news conference with a prepared statement. Ford said charges of Arab discrimination against jewishowned U.S. banks are being investigated and "appropriate action will be taken" if the allegations prove true. Such discrimination, he said, is totally contrary to the American tradition and repugnant to American principles.' The president repeated his call for a unified Democratic ~rograni which could be blended with his own, and said: "I wish there was a single plan proposed by the majority party of Congress. then we can sit down and negotiate-" RAILROADS U.S. shells it out WASHINGTON (UPI)The Senate voted Wednesday to provide the bankrupt Penn Central Railroad with emergency financial help to prevent it from ceasing operations at the end of the week. The legislation, already approved by the House. was sent to President Ford for his approval. The bill provides a 1347 nijllion authorization in grants and loans to help out the Penn Central and the Erie-Lackawanna Railroads. Most of the funds are earmarked for the Penn Central. The Senate later approved, hi to 29. a 1225 million appropriation as a down payment on the authorization. The bill was approved, 62 to 30, after the Senate voted 86 to 8 to bypass a power struggle over changing the Senate's filibuster rule. The rules battle had stymied the rail bill and it required a two-thirds majority to end all Senate debate and force a vote. Demos divide on gas WASHINGtON (UPI) preach. philosophy and between Senate and House unified Denocratic alternative to President Ford's energy plans. The senate group leaned toward a gasoline tax increase of no niore than the cents, earmarked for conservation and energy research. THE HOUSE task force leaned toward a gasoline tax increase of lb cents by 2977 with the purpose ot discouraging consumption. Roth groups will meet Thursday morning in a new attempt to reach a consetisus. But Senate Democrats called a caucus for Thursday afternoon with the possibility the senators may adopt their own policy even it no agreetnent is achieved with the House Dent ocrats. IN BOTH chambers. some Democrats expressed their private reservations. I don't know why everybody suddenly seized upon an Increase in the gas price to solve our energy problem. said Sen. Warren Magnuson, D-Wash. a powerful chairman Rcp. Jim Wright. OTex., appointed by Speaker Carl Albert to head the House task force, pictured his group as tar more sympathetic than the senate panel to Ford's goal of achieving an immediate, sharp drop in oil consumption Wright said his group favored an immediate eight-ccitt increase In the present four cent federal gasoline tax, with additional four-cent increases coming in 1976 and 1977. House clears tax cut bill WASHINGTON IUPI A $2.3 billion tax cut bill ~as cleared Wednesday for a House vote that will neludc decision on wiping out a tax break for oil producers. The House Rules Committee responded to a mandate Irorn the House's Democratic Caucus in sending the tat nieasurc '0 the floor under a procedure permitting only certain amend ments. including one to end the Oil Depletion Allowance. The tax neasure and its restrictive rule, which permits tour hours of debate and the offering of a total of five amendments, was expected to conic to the floor Thursday. issue -Wide dtffercnces in all. tinting emerged Wednesday panels trying to glue together a COME UFi 5:30 I TOGETHER CHANNEL 11:00 ni *io.FdO Ailigok, I. a p.~.jI6io4, *f ra,,~ comniunIco'Iofl' 'ncc.po.o1.d. a p.~o,. non.,ofi, 'op.mqio., is ,c p.jbIlAsd liva tlnmn .u.hiy *xc.$ dLnunQ Jun., July acd Augot wh, Ir, p41611d nI.wO&iy. ond dut'~Q it'M.n, holiday. and .me,,, p*floa, Op~nln .pinS in 4w iuAp.nd.flI Aligoto' ace ho. of is. editor, of ii,. lt, of 4th end., and .w *m of it. UnVOV*uI~ 0f FioJda. 4,* campus .'vd by he ind.p.nMn florid. Aiiigo~ar A4drnS conr.spond.nc. to The inde.rwj.n. 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Th* Ind.p.ndnt florid. MIIg.torThund.y. F.t.v.ry 21, IWS. hoe S Cost proposal may affect students Dy DEDBIE IHERT Atatar Staff Wilts A Board of Regents proposal to charge general administration costs to every independent operating unit in the university may result in increased charges and higher rents for students, Self-supporting "auxiliary" services should 'pay their share of central administrative costs." explained Grady Rn. whose office coordinates all Board of Regents' business tu net ions. Currently, the administrative costs of the entire university are paid lot primarily by the general education (F and C) budget. he added. THE PROPOSAL would affect the I-lousing Division. the Inlirmary. the Campus Shop and Bookstore, the J. Wayne Reitz Union and any other auxiliary business enterprises. said LII' Business Manager R chard Schiffli. These operations receive no state fundsall money used to run auxiliaries come iron, student fees and charges for use of the services. The regents have proposed auxiliary units in each of the nine state universities conic up with a 'urn based on a percentage of their personnel salaries to help pay overhead costs. AUXILIARIES INCLUDE almost every operating unit besides F and 6. Since these units benefit Iron, administrative services. they should be allocated a share of the cost. Rca said. Schiffli said he believed auxiliaries would have to charge higher prices for services to cover the extra cost of paying a share ol' uPs overhead, "I dent see how they could not raise their ~rices, SchitTh said. 'This would be a charge they'd hove to recover. The only way they could would be to increase the price of services." THE PROPOSAL could cost the Housing Diva siot~ an extra S5(E,04E, according to director James T. 1-lennessey. The only ~ay housing could niect such a charge would be to raise rents, he indicated. flit proposal came as a possible answer to criticism from State Auditor General Ernest lLlltson that 'administrative costs are not being allocated to auxiliaries, and they should be Ihe regents' stafT drew up the proposal on the basis of recommendations from the Anierican Council on Education, the auditor a~encral. and the Florida Legislature after a three year study. Rca said, Still ii' its planning stages. the proposal uses personnel salaries as a common denominator or charging the auxiliaries. According to Schifili the auxiliaries will be isked to conic up with 22.2 per cent of their total personnel salaries budget. That figure would he the amount the auxiliary is asked to pay icr their share of overhead costs. SCHIFFLI SAID he believed the money ~mald go to the state Incidental [rust Fund before at is allocated to cover administrative costs, Rca emphasized that the percentage figure ~as just a working number to show the universities what affect the proposal would have. We don't know yet what percentage base ~.ill be used.' Rca said. This is something the universities cat, work with and react to.'. Schifli said he disagreed with the method used to compute the 22.2 per cent figure. I don't think they used sound accounting principles to deterniine the 22 per cent.' THE PROPOSAL, however, is not nailed in concrete. Rca pointed out. Although something is sure to go through.' in %OnW siritilar torni, All line universities will send their reactions on the proposal back to the regents staff. ~ ho ~ II develop a final position paper It the regents submit the proposal, it will then go to the State Senate Ways and Means Conianittee br consideration by the Florida legislature. She yin f/tom page one) People were beginning to believe all politicians and lawyers ore corrupt, Shevin said. "I AM NOT like that and neither are most olthc people I have known in public service. he said. Shevin. whose admission of errors in Florida's prosecution of Wilbert Pius and Freddie Lee. was largely responsible for the granting of a second trial, said he had no choice but to uphold the second guilty verdict. Pith and Lee were found guilty of murder by a jury in the Florida panhandle 22 years ago. Shevin said the prosecution had inlormation that their star witness had originally identified someone else as the murderer before she changed her story to identify Pitts and Lee. THE PROSECUTION did not release this information to the defense attorneys, he said. "1 would have preferred the judge to move thesecond trial out of the panhandle" Shevin said. But in spite of the trial's location and a polygraph admission by another nan that he committed the murders. "it becomes very difficult for the state to do anything but uphold the verdict." he said. The state did not grant immunity to the Fee advisory group defers funding action ROBUTSHEVIN ,.sp.ckstopre-lawcloss man who confessed and he refused to testify In court. "IF YOU GRANT immunity to someone and he confesses and clears someone else you can't prosecute either of them," Shnin said. Shevin. who said he did not intend to make a political speech, said the only position in state government he would consider running for would be governor. 'There is only one position in the state I think is more important than attorney general and that's governor,' he said. By JOE MORAN Alligator Staff Write The Activities and Services Fees Advisement Connittee deferred action on two requests for Student Government funds Wednesday. The University Center for Married Students and Fantilies requested $3,112 from unallocated activity fee funds this year and Sl0.938.~ from the fee budget for next fiscal year Sue Clint. a committee member, said allocation of the estimated Sl75~surplus is not possible because the funds will not be released for use until all organizations funded with activity fee money have received 100 per cent of their original budget allocations. PAUL VARNES, chairman of UF intraniurals, explained his request for surplus funds for the construction of new squash and handball courts near Schnell Field. Varnes request was originally in the form of a bill before the Student Senate. which niust approve committee recommendations, but was returned to the committee for clarification. (line, also a member of the senate, said the bill would not see further action until next ~luader. the Married Students' Center was previously funded by the office of Student Services and the University Methodist Church, but that funding will cease March I. SALARIES for a pan-tame graduate assistant and a pad-time student director comprised the hulk of each of the center's requests. Other hinds were requested by the center to pay for the publication of a newsletter for married students, families headed by students, and single parents attending UF, and for furnishings, advertising and ollice supplies. Funds for advertising was listed on the center's budget as an essential item because 'it has been found that the amount of requests for assistance were directly related to the amount of publicity circulated.' The centers request for hinds br the upcoming fiscal year will be considered when the tees committee meets Monday to formulate a recommendation for next year's budget. Library deterioration subject of senate meeting By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Wilier The "deterioration" of UP libraries will be a nisin topic oldiscussion at today 3:30 p.m. University Senate meeting in McCarty Ataditorluni. "The state of the library continue to deteriorate under the pressure of more students, inadequate funding. and rising prices." Dy, Charles A. Matthews, chairman of the comnuitice on university libraries, said in a statement prepared for the meeting. "iN SPITE OF the efforts to maintain and iidjust library services, the state of the general library continues to decline," Matthews said, He said the goal of UF-to become a leader among schools in the state and around the nativn-dcpended on two ingredients. These are the faculty and the library. 'While the student body was growing by 20.2 per cent, funds fo, the acquisition of materials decreased, the purchasing power of those doUars has been eroded.' Among other problems listed was the lack of new personnel at the library. "No new positions have been authorized for the general library since 1972," Mathews said. Faculty (ttoiiu page one) to instruction and research) has gro'n 71.75 per cent since 1969. administrative positions increased by only 3,8 per cent. Instructional and research positions have increased by 7 per cent, although the total budget increased by only 35 per cent. EVEN THOUGH the administrative budget increased twice as fast as the eductional budget, nearly twin as many jobs opened in instruction and research (including support positions). One reason for the apparent discrepancy is the higher rate of salary increase for administrative personnel than for instruction and research personnel. The average salary increased 55 per cent (17,290-St 1.288) since 1969 for each ad~ nhini trati%'e personnel and only 28 per cent illS. 798-120.222) for instruction and research personnel. 'Unless steps are taken to reverse these trends, the library at the University of Florida will continue to become less and less adequate for its support role as the premier institution in the State University System,' he said. "The result wilt be a deleriocation in academic programs and a growing inability to attract quality fatuIty." Matthews had three suggestions to improve the position of the libray. An increase of 70 in the number of positions in the university system library forniulas. An increase in Other Personnel Services budget from 1232,048 to Sl32,~l6. An increase in book funds frown 1t96,376 to $995.~l to restore purchasing ~owtr of I 972-3, Charts provided by Matthews indicated the hooks and materials budget decreased by 19.7 per cent between 1972-3 and 1974-5, The total acquisitions budget went down 13,6 per cent during that time period. In a 1972-3 comparIson of total volumes in the UF library and other comparably-large university libraries around the nation. UF was far behfrd the Universities of Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin. Mouth Carolina, Texas, and Virginia, The University of Illinois had more than three the. the number of total volumes as up. Professor to study tumor viruses A UF professor has received a research grant of 17.500 to study the relationship beaten tumor viruses and it~acrophapes," large cells that kill foreign substances in the body. Dr. Carlo Moscovici. chief of the Tumor Virology Laboratory at the Veterans Administration Hospital and pathology professor at UF, received the grant from the Alachua County Unit at the Florida Division of the Anierican Cancer Society. "One theor~ we are investigating is that the tumor virus may reside within the macrophage. .We hope to determine more about what happens to the tumor viru, when it goes inside the macropliap, and a if we can nplalm long-term immunity to th, virus" Moscovici said.

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Pag. 4Th. Ind.p.nd.n* ~orIdo AiIIgoov. ~bu~tdoy, F.bnjory 1975 Married hous ng reps protest rate increase By DEBBIE IBERT Allluawr SiaN Write Rcpre~entatives tron, ~ix married housing vilIage~ hagRled with UF Housing officials I uesday over their third rent increase in two vcarv Mcmhcr~ ot the Mayors Council and 20 other married students met with Housing Director James It Hennessey to present jr~unents and ways ot cutting expenses rather than raising rates,' Dennis Nebel. council chairman, said. THE RENT HIKES, which would go into effect July I. amount to approximately a 20 per cent increase across the board, Nobel estimated. Ken Net, the business manager for honing. blamed the increases on water and 'ewer costs which have more than doubled. and the higher cost of electrical lighting outside the housing complexes. Another reason Peet gave for the rent hike was the Housing Division payroll. PEEl' SAID the payroll shot up 24 percent when the Florida Legislature decided on a nine per cent increase in career service ciii. i)lo$ pensions. and increased the minimum wage to $2.10 an hour br pan-time employes. These are known costs next year -we can see things are going to increase.' Net continued. fle only place to go to pay for them I5 YOU. According to Hennessey, the Housing Division receives no other funds except what conies from rents. flere's no way to get more money than the rents bring in." he said. RENT INCREASES to, non. airconditioned villages -Corry. Diamond. and Schucht -amounted to about IS per ninth. Residents of Tanglewood and Village South will pay from $5 to $12.50 more, depending on the size and number of rooms. Maguire Village increases ranged from $7.85 to 114.50. langlewood resident Carl Swanberg said it was unfair that "they see you're renting two bedrooms and think you can afford to pay more. But iCs just the opposite because i've got kids? Hennasey said his office is looking at ways of cuffing down the housing staff. "HF WE CANI GET maintenance money any other place. it' we cant reduce cxpeuiditures. if there's no other way -leCs look at personnel." he said to the group. IT'S GOTTA JAMB t HR4NBSIY .dlmctorof housing As an example. Hennessey explained that hiring two resident life coordinators instead of lou,. doubling the responsibilities for those retained, would "free funds for maintenance needs that must be met." Since 1972. the Housing Division has phased out 125 positions froma staff of 435, he added. THE DIRECTOR also suggested the possibility of using gas wnhen and dryers in thevillages. which cost one-third less than the electric appliances used now. At the meeting. Nebel promised to charge each of the villages with the responsibility of drawing up individual proposals for cutting down expenses and thereby reducing the rent increase. Jim Coker. secretary-treasurer for the council. suggested replacing Tanglewoods resident manager with three student volunteers. The students--one manager and two helpers -would work 20 hours each per week and receive free rent (51.200 apiece). SINCE THE PRESENT MANAGER makes 17,603 a year plus free apartment nut worth 1l.~. using student volunteers would save money. Coker said. Other representatives suggested eliminating uunecessaq outdoor Ilabting. "At Tanglewood. 30 per cent of the extedor lighting is wasted." Nebd said. BE TRUE Momma Earth Is still 'N the leader. (~ First to give you lower prices with the same high quality. 604 NWIJW EMES I. flffrEARTH t WRAL SDS MULHOWER S~ZflE -P flU scm ,vaMA N --~ ---. ---v-~ ----crafty N1WAV tuft M~u~v a, ':S .a S *fl~ AOL -La -v~ -~ -.-.atm-s Len to STOP DOUG rr TO VOISaF 'a MUNCCS, GASP, ~t1t M LAAfhT* TO r~ SW ~ Th SOT UU 0W. SAVCA nin itIAT NW Winlug Lay canto mu -ma I'M M --h -y .n. -.--

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The Deciatin's hlea Store e 2325 SW 13th St. Newt tn diP Red Liar' J Th. Ind.p.nd.nt flofld. AiIIgatr. Thuridoy. F.brnry 27, I~75, Pog. S Beach discussion held in an effort to prevent destruction ot Florida's beaches. engineers. lawmakers and public officials ,.ill meet w discuss Florida's plans for preserving the beaches. Stale Sen. Bob Saunders. D-Gainesville. and Rep. Earl Dixon. D-Jacksonville. will join Bill Canton of the Department of Natural Resources ibr the panel discussion on beach preservation. Dr innics Piirpura of UF~ Coastal and ght in a Corntable, canvas in liv~porled wood value 24.99 I8 starring growth An introductory lecture in preparation for a 48 hour growth experience will be given on Thursday. Feb. 27. The experience, called Stop doing it to yourself. is being ofThred by a group of Santa Fe Comniunity College psychology professors and Randy Preiser, foimier director of the "Livinu love Ccnter in Berkeley. Calif. Otcanoi~raphic Laboratory will also address the convention Purpura prepared the data br the legislature resulting~ in the off-shore .onstructon limits in Florida. rhe convention, scheduled ton today and Friday in the J Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. is sponsored by UFi College of Engineering and the Cooperative Extension Service of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science,. lecture set The experience will involve 50 participants and will try to bring people to the realization ol totally accepting the here and now. Preise, said. The introductory lecture will be held in the Picadilly Apartment clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. and is free. Walkers to help March of Dimes Gainesville citizens will walk for the of children horn with birth defects annual March of Dimes Walkathon IS. benefit in the March The Walkathon will commence at West. wood Middle School at 9 am. Participants will walk a route of 20 miles. ending up back at Westwood. CAMPUS According to spokeswoman Helen Ellis. the goal of the Walkathor is to get I.S~ walkers and raise S3O.~. Last year 1.100 walkers raised 123.000. The money will support March of Dimes research. medical programs, educational activities and coniniunity service projects dealing with birth defects that alTect sonic 250.~ children each year. LIFE '75 TOWERS BRANCH (SERVICE COM PLEX) BRCJWARD SHOP (BASEMENT) UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (sEcor.o FlOOR) I~tj CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE LOCATED IN THE HUB REM~MBERUS FOR \OJR tHOOL NEEDS *0* Self

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Peg. 6Th. ind.p.nd.n* Floddo Ailigotor Thursday, F.bn~ary 21 1975 Planned campground for young collegians meets local opposition A Lani;'gr('titl(I >Iaiiiied lot I.e'~ C ount~ is opposed by sonic cmi nty ofliuals despite cia, ni by promoters that 'he o' era II econoni (he rca w ('U 1(1 be I fli pro; ed by the project Cri ni 'ii and K lo pIX a I am ;'a~based1 lirni is pronioting he can~iground near Cedar Key on the Gull ci Mexico. "WE INTEND To have a )car-round recreational campground.'' Al Niopi said. People can camp br a day or a week or a ionth or whatever,' he said. A years pass for ~nlI canipMround activities would cost S52. including tax. KIopt said he hoped to open tic campgrounds by June 2. But sonic of the Levy County officials have expressed opposition to the plans Kenneth Cannon, Levy County coordinator br planning and zoning. si.id the commission would certainly not' favor the campground in any ibm,. "WE HAD ONE ROCK FESTIVAL pre~cusly which was stopped on the second day." Cannon said, adding there were several icasons lot halting the festival. Violations oteounty ordinances and drugs lound within the premises were the key factors, he said. This county's been against these things," he said. "and probably always will be." Cannon also expressed doubts about the leasibility of the campground. if it was allowed tooteur. "I DOUBT THEY'LL have the site ready by June.'' he said. 'I here, nothing there but natural] land. 'Our position is hat in the area they're talking about it's tiot feasible.' Can non said. No one has approached us to request a ,ciiii it, It ", ust publicity being spread around.' he said, 'I think it ~t.uId behome then, the pt~~moters) to ask for a permit. kIopi said he would do ~hatescr had to be one legal l~ and prudently to get perni issioti Itt the campground I-ic added he thought c~cr~thi ng possible as being doiit' to acquire u L h pert,, 551011 (LItNN PREMRII of l'ieniiu Pioductions in I imp a said there .etc flu seonception' ciicernng the original promotion ol Gathering '5 I ~otiIdin cuiineti in name ~ ith ans kind of *ipoii.' he said No ~a' his is ~oirig to 1w I io4 Iesi~al lie s,~I c;er~thiiu~ is still ii he ~laniiiiug slage e~pliinitw he i eason for tiot itilit.'ctiilg the Lotir~t; coiiuniission uth tormil ,iatis ~Ct, Preni i' u 'aid he ~ j, in charge ol ~~ronlot flg nate tournament and tilning it. and didn't have any control ol the overall ion ol 'Gathertng '75 "WE'VE LINED UP sonic movie stars o 1w present .u the karate tournament, Prenii u said, but a~1ded torniji contracts none have been signed to yet. KIopi agreed die impressions of the ~oniruiissiOn toward the proposed camiground ,.ere created through much negative publicity and nuscoiwept:ons surrounding it. Gathering '75 ii merely the name being lent to the opening of the campground. Klopt said. Three hundred thousand people per year would be on the campground but activities would be spread out so there would not be that nuniber present at any one time. ACTIVITIES planned by Criinn, and Klopf icr the area include having 500 motorcycles available for rent which can be driven on motocross courses, 500 horses and riding trails, a bonfire area for evening campfires. a karate tournament and school where anyone can learn from karate masters. swimming, fret movies, and possibly boating. The area is intended for what Klopf termed young collegians from around the South, the IS-fl or 30-year old category. We intend to put in another freshwater lake for swimming and possibly boating," Klopf said. WHEN ASKED what he thought of coniniisslons reaction to the campground. (that it would hun the county) Klopf said. You and I both know that's not true. 'We think were operating the most fantastic facility tot young people.' KIopi said. "It would bring money into Levy County He said the can~pground would provide about 500 ohs for the county's residents. Ibis gould aid the county's economy. & hich KIopt said has at least a 10 per cent tin Cm 1,loynien t rate "IT ALARMS everybody." Cannon said, herring to the ''GatherinM 75.'' He said Levy County is not able to handle such a large cCnt, A letter s.as sent to Jack Sullivan. director of the Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council. asking whetherr the canipground was in siolatioti ol state la~is. Sullnan said he ~.as not the one ,,Iuo makes the final decision on the legality ol the event He tor.ardcd the letter to Al Visintarner ol the Florida Bureau of land-Water Management VISJNTAINER said he 'onl~ people who can make the deternimnat ion (ol the legality of the taril grou id pi oposa I) is the division of' state planning.' 'We don't have am intoi nation on the sue or t ~ p~ ol dc, elopiuient,'' V is ntai ncr said. adding the iiext step is up to the developers. they ujust send a binding letter of request go the division of state planning, detailing plans br the campground 'rhe division makes the final decision on the legality of the event uwffhUTOUU pimic #03 A flU turn em ~m ywfI be mqrlsed Ct tte cen~sS oMsoou'w of tOgMit'. u*s*CStOS~ 4> rfl C ~< YwiIwa a asS4bum K >4 'V. 4 '9 >4K> tx t> 9 K t 'V t4 -itt ~iiiY gatur ljrnw LetaLteruiBe a Pc of YOUR PARTY~ *1 .12118W. 16th A U vi Enjoy IIrIlIi qattir baub & Red Velvet Lounge with great food, company, & prices -or LET US BRING THE PARTY TO YOU with great subs, sandwiches, combinations and of course beer & wine. REMEMBER Saturday Is SCHLITZ DAY Pitchers of 6-packs ~ $1.69 Light & Dark $1.00 cons 8 bottle (12-7) (AU DAY) One of Gainesville's most reasonable priced places for party kegs. Give us a call! 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The indep.nd.nt Florido AiiIgo~r Thursday Fbuvory 27 I~7S, Peg. 7 Students fight 0 It out in combat club By JEREMIAH TURNER Alligator Staff Writer the French frigate turns to am the Englishman but is too late to avoid broadside that disables her and brings victory to the English Ileet The time, though is 1Q75. not 1760. and the French and English coninianders are two UF< students. rheyre playing 'Frigate ust one of the many war games that members of UF'~ simulated combat club play each week ON THE DIG model table, club president I niriie, 'rat, is planning I or hi' R titus n leg Oils as Dave across the loom. gets ready to nuclear warhead in a W W. Ill world domination. lie strategy Schneider. launch his struggle for tiub i,,embers play two types of games One center' on a playing board. Players move cardboard squares representing men and machines around the board according to the complex rules included ~.ith every game. there are more than 150 types of board ganes. each resembling a simulated war or battle as closely as possible. THE RULES ARE DIFFERENT acGOTCHA! photo by aMilo drop., three naval strategists wage war c'iidung to he type of hgtitin~ md eta Iii Ii 'tory I hese i tiles LI low .i lose N is possili Ic. the correct hi storica I dat ci lie players have the actual feel ol that sts Ic of fighting [he second type of conib.it game played nvilves replica scale models ol either ri~cii. p lanes or ~h ips. The ni ode Is. 'i nu tact U red b~ arious companies. are cast Item roB, jiid are I holistic in detail. Players assemble their arsenals on large board tables and act out battles by iovng pieces. the moves are wi Hen down beforehand one plotting chart and each nio~e is scaled to duplicate the real thing. THERE ARE A number of model types available, from Caesar's Roman legions to Roosevelt's Great White Fleet Both board and model games can be played individually, with one person controlling both armies; but two players is more con~non and sometimes teams compete. On any game night a person can choose between a dozen wars being played on the game tables. MOST REGULAR MEMBERS play at least once a week and become deeply involved with their game. The club oflen has to be i-eni joded of closing time of their room in the Union, II p.m. READER'S two words onnitted in a story Wednesday about the UF Honor Court changed the meaning of one of the paragraphs. instead of saying Honor Court Atty. Ccii. Paul Marnish instructed UF Atty. ion,) Btggs to start making a complete record of the investigation. it should have read. Marnish '05 instructed by Riggs to make a complete record ol the investigation. The Alligator regrets the error. I hi' Llmib his Ict~~eeii 20-25 iiembcrs, I iivivciii,,iri sai~I Our iicriilers conk lion, ii flu l~.,ckgiouii~Is mel most h~i~t' played ~onipctIti~ c game' since high school naturally ~rivitating tow aid the club upon coming to Ut-. he sjid Most iii the ga nics arc ct'nl pl icated. in ol via g I, ii id reds ol factors d tiii ~ig play DAVE SCHNEIDER, .i giaduate student in history. has been playing combat gan~es for ~eais. I here is a certain satisfaction about i'eplaviig an historical war, the player can take into account a generals past mistakes and change the outcome of history, he added. DR. DAVID D. MeLELLAN, a professor ol psychology, said '[here are no sample answers to why people play games. I suspect the main motives are the intellectual challenges, and the competition involved." The historical aspect of theni would probably interest history butTs.'' he added. Many of the members own more than one game, and each usually brings several ganles to each meeting. 'I he club is very loosely organized. there are no dues or roles and anyone who wants to p1a~ can just walk in and watch a game until they led they can play it, lininierman said. REDRESS A story that appeared in Wednesdays Alligator headlined 'Penalty hours are not appropriate. says task force'' stated the Board of Regent's ruled it is unlawful Icr students to register Icr ,iore hours than they need to graduate. he article should have said the Board ol Regent's rules it as "improper for students to register for more hours than they riced to graduate. Ihe Alligator regrets the error. Authentic Ameijean Showing A UniqueCombination Of Nature's Beauty And Craftanun's Pride. Ta.k'ou tag 'naVy d ucov.r.d h. .rts.try N ii. Amer iii i nd an with hi. warn.,. rreit.m.i.iiip ~nu .ini ctmpos'Ihon and mqnI& S I,~ WOT m.u.b'p in tins i~ttin'j eoV*rth(,n you [L Bind me kind aitti. k.ndrr .h.d d.iqn. oB *~.e i'nq give' many w hth line J~m* ot nil LhUI'C aol ~oraL by arrt.,n. he Navi,,&, 14,,p, SanE,, Iicenn~,> .cd Ztmn, ri's' Con,, c~ and 'aik withirh.rp,,rvali,'n B;rrian 1,44., wh,' e,, b~ II taoi with hi. .oII~c.ior, S.L.', tTi'nI U, mer i, i titi hi. *,.,r r. Lii, br4,4.hi p~iilarrt. '~rci,,Ii h.',.ii an r.,,h, r~k:. *. Fr.m&t.506*SItfl R.prn.tatlves Will U. At Cardland Frda1, Fe. 28 and Saturday March I. CARDLANI) Em The ~eu Ullihepper Square 378*0562

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Paj. em. Indw.nld.nt florida AJIIg.ov Thunduy, Febnjs'y 21 1q75 EDITORIAL Lifeboat 'Abandon ship' was the only thing to do when the titanic struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage. But we don't believe it's the right thing to do now when the flagship of the State University System and the rest of the fleet are being ripped apart by the economy. Claiming massive budget cuts may put the accreditation of state law schools in jeopardy, The Florida Bar is trying to secure a lifeboat to keep these programs afloat. The powerful Bar, backed by Atty. Ccii. Robert Shevin, is lobbying for separate funding for UF and PSU law schools. Although we understand the politics of vested interest, we cannot support this move to build another 'empire" at UP to join the ranks of the 1. Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, whose separate budgets remain untouched by the legislature. We think "a house divided against itself cannot stand" is a good allegory for the psychological division between colleges SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz foresees as a result of separate funding for the law schools. We agree it "would seriously undermine the concept of the university as an administrative unit making value judgments." as Mautz argues. And we have to raise objections to The Bar's contention that the present system of funding law schools -through the Education and General budget -is threatening their future accreditation. We don't know what the problems are at FSU, but UF's law school Dean Joseph Julin received a letter of commendation dated Feb. 17, from The American Bar Association. The AHA's accrediting team visited UP's law school and wrote lulin they had come expecting to find a "standard" program -but found an "excellent" one instead. And we'd like to remind The florida Bar that Dean Julin -who naturally wants the inca money he can get for his school -has said the best way of funding "is the type we now have." The law school is funded through the RIG budget and also gets special appropriations from the legislature for special programs. And the law schools' accreditation are not the only ones in question. UP's College of Journalism Dean John Paul Jones said the accreditation of programs in his school is also threatened by overcrowded classes and labs, a result of the cutbacks. We hope The Bar will take a broader view of the financial crisis threatening the professional standards of every college in the SUS. and devote its lobbying efforts to securing more funds for the entire system. Without the strong undergraduate programs, were afraid the universities may not be able to produce the high-caliber students to attend UPs Eric law school. We expect our state Sees. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay and Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrews to resist The Bar's lobby and vote against legislation for separate funding of the law schools. J 'IT SURE lB NICE m sue nw.~ wwua swoems D6HMNQ TwMBewEs ajwr The CIA brinc The telephone booth looked like something out of the faddish fifties, as arms, legs, gray coats and Abbie Hoffman all crammed together like a suffocating PCL 201 class. "WHO ARE ALL these people?' I screamed at the radical of yesterye.r as he attempted to grab the phone from under the feet of a strange looking tap dancer. "CIA." he retorted. "It's really not as bad as it seems though, they've slopped searching my food for kernels of unpolished rice now." But why are they watching you and all of those other harmless domestic radicals?' I asked feeling perplexed. "YOU DEflER let Sherlock answer that one." Suddenly the telephone receiver split in two and out crawled a midget cleverly disguised to look six-feet tall. "Hello. I'm agent x-7843," droned the tape recorder in his cloak, 'Call me Sherlock." 'Are you with the intelligence agency?" I asked as he inspected my fingernails for b.mboo. "YOU MEAN the CIA? Oh yes, but to let you in on a little top secret, we don't call ourselves an intelligence agency. that's just a front to throw the Russians off. Actually there's nooneintheClAwith anyintelligence at all." "Well I believe that." I remarked as he photographed my sunburnt *rms. "Tell me though, what are you fellows doing chasing our own citizens around when you should be out then in the international world?" "Seducing women and giving then, our secrets," he broke in' What?" "WHY ELSE do you think we wanted to become spies. I saw the scene myself in a James Bond movie. He got seduced by a beautiful. sensuous double agent who used sex to squeeze a secret from bin,," "But what's that got to do with the CIA?" I asked. 'What do you think motivates us to go out there in the international arena and 5py~ To fight the international Communist conspiracy? Conic on. we may be slow but we're not the President. "We're out there to get seduced by sexy double agents. Good old Ilomosapien drives, wouldn't you say?' 'Well why aren't you out there then?" I asked. The Independent Florida Alligator Gil &wutican F LA 'Tony" Kandulor. Jame. V. Cook Mn. Evelyn hr Mn. Molhws C. Roy Sl.I~ To. Mocomoro Roy MS. Jr. Donna Lubrono Any Hov~v LyndaHomhr Olono Soyd.r LynnSoNet -Y Jam W L. ita Ihome TONY ARNADE SATIRE "JUST THINK A minute Sherlock sand intensely as he turned off his lie detector. "Have you ever been to bed with a Russian woman. They may be voluptuous in the Bond movies, but I tell you from experience, It's like wrestling an over-weight mule. Evcrytiine KGB agent Z32v came my way I told her everything I knew in advance. But she said I had to know more than the latest football scores and she kept moving in on mc. But honest, that's all any of us knew. God, she nearly killed me." "So you came home?" "WE ALL DID. X.098 gave ill his secret to a Chinese agent in Hong Kong and got the clap. V.662 made the mistake of telling his to an agent in Chile and she got pregnant. And you know how the Catholic church is down there. They had to get married and now poor old V6 is stuck with 13 kids and he'srunningoutoffosbaflhcora" But that's no justification for spying oui upstanding US citizens at home." I accused. Oh yes it is. I'd rather give my secrets away to one of those lumptious IS-year old SLA agents any day of the week. than be run ragged by a brick-built '9 'SO TIlE WHOLE time you folks were out screanhirlg 'make the world safe for Democracy", you were really playtng political prostitution with out tax money." I accused '01, we did more than that. We bungled revolutions. 'ci tip the wrong dictators and generally embarrassed the LIS. You ought to be glad we're home instead of out there (1ctroylng this country's reputation." "RIGHT ON.' Abbie said as he was hurried ofT to dii t'r netting a riot. David Smith Editor. ir .chi.f Dovd Klein News Editor Thni Wood Monfling Editor Donna BOJgfln Layout Edit, -Gefi .rc I Manager AI Mont G.n.coI Manager Adminins. Asian. BoSn. Manager Accountant Advertising Manager AdveriIsing Coordinator Special Sect. Coordinojo. Advertising P~oductIo., Monog. Sitodol P~ductioo Manager Mi*wW Psiocitee Mauger Circulofion CU'sef led Manager Mon Jones tayo~t Editor NbIISed by Canipus ConbnhtinIoationM, IZI P.O. Box l32~ UnlverSitY I Slotoc. GcJne.llb, floMo with oflkes bhlnd 0,. Colhr I,"' 1729 Wa Uefn.Sty Avenue. SuSan Off ice ph. 376-4M6. Mgfll D.patwt 376-MM. AdvertIsIng end Production bpflwn~ V~M9t I .4 LETTERS POLICY ,*~n "1us$ eB. typed signed double.spoc.d ond no$ exceed s~: words *No$ be signed witi o paudonym *Hov. oddrnses and telephone. number, of wnv Non,., will be withheld only I writer shows lust COO., The editor reserves he ngl.t to edit all I.t.rs for ~ Wrin may submit longer essay, columns or left.,, .ob. conhjder.d for use as guest columns Any writer ,nt.read ii, submitting a regular column is ochwd to codoct tie editor and 6. pr.poind to show samples of his work h.

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The I.S.p.nd.n* Reside AJIIS, Thvndcy Fein.rny 27, 1971 P.g. 9 What about the mother's rights? Dr. Kenneth C. E~ielin ~as convcte~t Feb IS ci nianslaughter in the death of a fetus during a legal abortion EDELIN ABORTED a 20-to-24 week old letus on Oct. 3, 1Q73 by performing a hysterectomy on a 27-year-old wonan. The hysterectomy is a surgical procedure in which the fetus is removed through an indijon in the patients abdomen Seven oxpens in the field of obstetrics and gynecology testified iii support otthe defense's contention that Edelin's action was not ground, for a manslaughter charge, but simply a routine abortion procedure. During the trial, the author ot an oh ~tetrical textbook. Dr. Jack Prttchard. testified that the fetus was 'very likely dead before the abortion was performed Despite this authoritative testimony. Dr. Edelin was found guilty of manslaughter. HOURS AND HOURS of court time were spent on debate about the fetus. Edelin testified that it showed no signs of life when it was removed from the patient There were endless arguments as to whether it was IS. 20. or 24 weeks old. Ibis is a typical cxan1~~le of mixed-up priorities. While ~.e struggle to decide whether or not the fetus is alive, we are ignoring the tact that someone else is involved -the mother. Apparently, the woman's needs, her feelings, her very existence are unimportant. compared with the problems surrounding the l~tus, During the Edelin trial, hours were spent on debating whether or not the fetus would have been capable of sustaining life outside the mother fbieven a fe. minutes. But no one in that courti-con, found it worth mentioning that the very real life of a seventeen-year-old woman was involved. JAN15 MARA OPINION ALTHOUGH THE ~ornan's life might be ruined by being forced to bear the child she could not care icr. though she might not choose to take the added risks of childbirth. ~. hich is riskier than abortion, these facts are not considered. Instead, all the attention focuses on the shadowy and uncertain question of ,.hen life begins, and whether or not a fetus can be considered alive. Anti-abortion groups say they are concerned with the rights' of the fetus, but no attention is paid w the rights of the woman who carries that fetus. What about her basic human rights? The 'ight to own and control one's own body: the 'ight to decide what happens to it. Do the courts have the right to force me to have a baby I do not wart? If the Edelin decision is any indication, the answer is 'yes." This case has far-reaching implications in the abortion debate. If a doctor is convicted of manslaughter for pcrforniing an abortion, this sets a precedent. leaving other doctors open to prosecution in the future. ONE OF THE MAIN issues of the Edelin trial was the gestational age of the fetus. Edelin estimated the fetus at 20-22 weeks. while the state claimed it to be at least 24 weeks. Since Edelin's conviction, there is evidence that sonic doctors are cutting down the limits on gestation times within which they will perforn, abortions. For example, one Florida doctor used to give abortions from the 26th through the 22nd Ending Mideast conflict EDITOR: In the past few weeks, it seems the Middle East situation has ca.&sed considerable controversy. I hope to advance a proposal that would end all Mid-East aflrtssion: Nationalize Jerusalem. This would end the annual problem at Christmas time when the israelis monopolize Jerusalem. It' Israel will recall, this is the Holy City for four religions. Return the Sinai desert to Egypt. During the b day war. Israel took the desert, and now jeopardizes world peace by retaining a meaningless desert. Return the Golan Heights to Syria. Keeping this area of Syria has increased hostilities between the two nations. EAG recycling EDITOR. I wish to commend Ms. Sebrader on her eagerness to promote recycling. However, though she points out that this is not a job for one person. she has never called us for assistance. Environmental Action Group has bee n-cycling for over four veraMany of' our nienibers do nothing. but recycling! She is not alone. Ms. &hrader talked about starting recycling groups in the dorms. Ens ironmental Actioji Group did this last rear and ran into some major problems. Many floors simply retused to provide assistance. The Aeon that were cooperated were so Clearly. Israel has no valid claim to this area, when it will endanger world peace. Guarantee the safety of Israel by having an international agreement signed by the US and Russia. The Arab states dare not wage war when the two major powers tbrbid it. Do not sell arms to Israel that are technologically superior to the arms that the Arabs receive. Create a plan of economic sanctions to be used against countries who harbor terrorists or who comn~it terrorist snacks. I think a plan such as this will guarantee peace in the Middle East, despite Israel's etTorts to subvert it. Harlan T. Smith IUC efforts Anyone .ho is interested in our recycling proRram ot any of our other programs can call us at 392-1t35 or stop by Moon, 304, 1 Wayne Rein Union. David M. Street. Director Environmental Action Group successful in collecting paper that the lire marshall declared these floors to be a lire hazard. He ordered us not to collect or store paper in the buildings anymore. This brings us back to the individual and that "extra effort" that M~. Sobrader mentioned. Anybody who feels concerned enough to wend a 1cM iiioitients conteniplating about our natural resources and shat a flies' they are in. can just as easily spend a fet more minutes taking their gus. and paper to the container it, the commuter parking lot and their aluminum to the bin nearest their living area. Doug 01.1 b.Wmmnm.M Ms.' "cek of pregnancy. He has recently cur back to the 16th through the 20th week. THIS WAY. the doctor is being more cautious -giving himself more teeway. It' 20 ~eeks is his outside limit, he can be two ,.eeks in his estimate of the length of gestation and still be sate. He has a t,.o-week illargin br error. fton Cunningk.4i M*~iofl MW' Onrg. KocI~on,.c Jr. flow Ms.r L eq Pen-M~ Mmdi X.ms~ k. N. Mb~ his is an indication that already ~Ioctors hay have begun employing more caution a~ a esult of the Edelin decision. AND WILL the cutting*back process end here? Or,. ill future trials cut the time further and further? It is to be hoped that the appeal ~~ill be successful, before any further blows are struck against a woman's right to choose. ADVICE & DISSENT Exploiting our sexuality EDITOR. I must confess that as I read Leonardo's advertisements in the February 13th and 37th issues of your paper I was not stirred to an uproar. Nor did I feel any great righteous indignation concerning some blatant front to any moralistic attitudes, as Judson Ray and others obviously felt. WHEN I FIRST saw the ad I took it with humor, not at the obvious sexual orientation, but at the thought of how wrongly upsetting this type of appeal is to many people. In spite of what some say about a progressive liberalization of our society you will constantly find those who feel that any hint of sexuality is lewd, lascivious and pornographic." In my opinion this level of intellect is comparable to the small Florida community that banned certain books in their public school libraries which contained such obscenities as Michealangelo's David and other such "trash." after the Supreme Court ruling. I DO AGREE with Judson Ray on his point that it is a shame that the common American appeal in advertising is exploiting huinsn sexuality. I feel the wrong here is that the vast bombardment of the public with undue and unrealistic pressures influences many to obtain some mythical standard of sexual performance and achievement. For example television ads strongly create the feeling that one must have the brightest white teeth, freshest smelling body with deodorants and feminine "hygiene" sprays etc. etc. if one is ever to attain the expected sexual prowness of today youth culture and have a tumultuous sex life. This psychological pressure is the problem and certainly not any simplistic diF play of the human form and sexuality. I BELIEVE it was primarily the nude illustration which some found upsetting. for other ads, such as Tom Allen's "Done it in a tent lately?" did not bring such an outraged response. to lily recall. There is one humorous paradoxical aspect to iudson Hay's letter which I frel nay be common to many of his fellow believers. After all his ranting and raving about this so-called "vulgarity," he proceeds to write concerning the male nude: 'p1cm put two tomatoes alongside the sprig of parsely. French dressing would top off the salad. -calling it a gastrorgasm pins." Oddly this is the same level of writing he so bitterly con'plains about (if not lower). As for the 'sour residue" Judson felt all afternoon. may I suggest that this was merely a result of the gastrointestinal flu that was plaguing Gainesville recently. Jon Muntz,4AS Sexism in the bars Should be stopped EDITOR. Advertising is a sariS and tickle aninial. It' at wish to do away with the "blatant sexism" of Leonardo's pizza "piece", then let's not stop there. Bars and nightclubs that offer females free drinks, free admission, or lower prices for drinks are rather unfair to males who pay in full. The sexism involved here is nploitatton in several senses. but males a,,d females in. volved obviously go along. Leonardo's Ad may be crass, crude, or jut nat funny, but pro-female bar offers are legally discrinuinatoty. Males have an equal right to discount prices, and offers should be discontinued or extended to both sexes, whether through court action or voluntary modIficatIon. Jeineph Fischer lAG The Independent Florida Alligator

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P~. ie. Th. tnd~aM.tt Need. MlIe.flr, Thund.y. #flni.ry 21, 975 State law den is By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer A studentt lobbying organization now being formed in I allahassee may not be able to use student activity fees for its operation because of a 2974 state law that prohibits state lunds from being used for lobbying purposes. the Florida Student Lobby, organized by the state Council of Student Body Presidents, depends on student activity fees front each university in the State University System to set up a central lobbying organization during the spring legislative session. APPROXIMATELY $l0(~ would be used to pay for an office. copying equipment. a WATS phone line and three paid tull-time positions. David Aronofsky, Florida State University student body president and one of the organizers of the lobby, said the purpose of the ori~aniatior would be to lobby for bills dealing Student Senate By LINDA HAASE AlIlptn Staff Writer I he Student Senate passed bills allocating 12972.51 for the Vita Parcours Fitness Park and the transfer of $23,88l.4S Ironi Activity and Service Fee Advisory Comniittee (ASFAC) to the Career Planning and Placement Center at Tuesday night's meeting. Ihe Senate approved special requests appropriating 52.830 tor a University Student Legislative Information Service and $1098 to (iF Chamber Singers to finance a tour. THEY ALSO APPROVED a membership change on the Police Liaison Committee to include two students not afliliated with Student Government. the UF Chamber Singers will use the money to perform at the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans March 23as part of a UUUUUOUSUUCOLWO4 COW UflL MARCH IA SUUU1 I ThsStsakPlace' 542W UNNUSIIY acme from *. gad iibn.~ I 'fly inMMAM? Tb. Worlds Sigg.st Baked Potato K1L ~~~~~1 I lASg I ~fIaafl.4Scndwkh g p I wPIocr4 rnmmw I L---------------------j U s lobbyists i. itt, higher education legislation. such as propriattons for education, Aronoisky explained that each university would pay for part of the costs, with each determined by its enrollment. EACH SCHOOL would be assessed a charge c~ch full-time student enrolled. The money wo the student activity fees. Although a state law prohibits state funds ft or lobbying purposes. Ai-onofsky said he thou tees night be exempted from the statute. He e~pIained the state attorney genera exenpted activity fees iron, similar restriction and might also do so in this case. RUT REBECCA HAWKINS of the attorney opinion office said she didn't know if the acti be exempted from the state law, but I doubt it Although the activity fees are not considered allocates func tour-day tour of southern cities. A reconirnendatiou, to allot SI0.~ to SG sponsor free entertainment br students sprin~ $2,~ allocation to the economics departntei distinguished professor chair were passed or THEY ARE NOW subject to an addition passage betbee becoming law. Steve Block, senate number. said SG needi from ASFAC because 'students cannot affo events, so we want to bring in a jazz festival. ti Dirt Band and a movie series to them." Under the distinguished professor chair bill. professors, one from Sweden and one from hioll ne class each during spring quarter. in additic professor will give approximately five public NinEs MWE %~un qS p., lv a., $a. TV Chinnit. A woatito, dann.i, UPI N.m. N.w York 10ck Exch.~g. ?FM 4t.I@flSon NC nnt nd*FMAOdA AM '~atIoo. #w FM b~d -cm Sauna CABLE CO. INC m 'a. MMN ST. use of student fees ujilon and apslate treasury. Hawkins explained they ate still required 0 tied specific gt.tdeltnes for usage. in the system She said she thought this would include the ban agdinM scheoPs share lobbying HAWKINS SAID that an opinion was issued by Atty. (icti of 20 cents for Robert Shevin that allowed the activity funds to be used lw 'old conic Crc,,, entertainn~ent. but added she didn't think the opinioui woil~1 be interpreted to include other uses, such as lobbying. on, being used Aware of the possible legal problems of the lohbvirig ght the activity orgafltfltiofl the UF Student Senate Tuesday night passed a bill allocating $2,830 to a University Student Legislative l's office has lntbrniatioil Service.'' ns in the past. Student Senator Bill Leach explained to the senate the legal problem. ci the lobby and suggested the money to be general's legal allocated to a group whose sole purpose would be to collect vity fees would jnd dispense data about the legislature. AGONOFSKY, jeached in Tallahassee Tuesday. said IA d a part of the was the only school that had not allocated money to the lobby. and that the other schools in the university system still e~pected the group to be a lobbying body. Aronofsky explained the purpose of the organization was to coordinate lobbying efforts of students in the university ~ys ten, He added, however, that another purpose ot the rum ASFAC to organizationn was to provide a central information center or quarter and a students who were interested in lobbying for bills other thin it to sponsor a those pertaining to education. first reading. ARONOFSKY EXPLAINED be felt the organization al reading and shouldn't 'get involved in political issues, like the ItRA (Equal Rights Amendment)" adding this was one ol the reasons he hoped the lobby would be exempt trom the ~d the SIOAfl~ restrictions of the public funds law. rd to pay for Applications for the three full-time paid positions in the lie Nitty Gritty lobbying organization are now being taken by the Council ol Student Body Presidents. Positions available are manager, two economic assistant manager and secretary-clerk. mid, will teach Applicants should not be students during spring quarter into this, each and should be able to live in Tallahassee during the 90-day lectures. leRislative session. p TYPEWRITER PROBLEMS? We've got ol' itt. answers Sdea-Sewlce Supplin-bom ASSOCIATED BUSINESS SYSTEMS 724 N. Main

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Coo~~. Gourmet Fish Seatoods Snapper ~ I nktpr K ---.Scallops Crab Claws Mullet Shrimp Trout Rock Shrimp Stone Crab Claws Ever ythhg Prepared Restaurant Motel e Lounge Steinhatchee, Fit E S In Un~efroderi Arpas Private Patties 499-3501 Fresh For You Th.tIndfl~n.Rdda flhIg.tr. Thund.y, F.Mev.vy 27. lflNg. II Anniversary of streaking: U Nude spnnters recall fad POLARGUARD Cool Comfort By Snowion Look ahor~ around town or an he rougJ~ Cur pohIc protects you from cold or donp or windy conditions. LtNv.ight. only 34 on Tram styling 9 uAQOens Aquatic & Trail Center Inc. 3448W. UnIv. Ave. 373-9233 5% MON-FRI 1O-75AT9-7 PATHWAY MOVED III! AND IT'S CELEBRATING WITH A **@SALESi~ BIGIII t~~ART .20 to 50w. OFF~ ~ nrrrrn -64 4L. I 2929 NW 13th ST. ~ejtAg~p. FtAME~ FACTORY ----p p p a Aa aPPLY feb14 thru march yr. v -..---------..-.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------V By DEBBIE IBERT Alilgalot Staff Walt., Not too long ago tinning around naked made you the life ol tht party all over UP Last year at this time, a nationwide "streaking fad gripped Gainesville and thousands stripped down to their ~ncakers to jog uninhibitedly throughout the campus. It ~. as all hilarious. but UP officials took too hard a ~Iand when ~onie ot the alumni hitched. reminisced UPs iiost lanious ~trcaker. William Rich Norvell. 'A FEW ALUMNI got all stirred up and worried about ~.hat their daughters were seeing at college.'' he said. Norvell made headlines in March last year when he streaked across Florida Gym. wearing only tennis shoes, socks and a red scarf during the halftime of the Florida-Alabama ba~ketbaIl game. Looking back. Norvell said he "feels the same way now as right after I did it. I think it's the funniest thing I've ever clone Carrying out an intricately detailed plan with his fraternity. Norvell ,&ore a trench coat into the gym and took his seat an the third row. At half-time, he dropped the coat and made a ~iash tbr the door. A GETAWAY CAR parked near Murphree Area whisked him away to the safety of the fraternity house. The daring dasher later turned hiniself in and threw himself on the niercyof the Student Conduct Committee. Norvell completes the five-quarter probation ordered by the committee this spring. Why'd he do it? "You gotta have some way to flaunt yourself at the system.' he explained. After months of school, school, school." students need some way of relieving the tension, he said. Streaking offered a different way-illegal but funny"-of doing just that, he said. IN RETROSPECT, Christopher J. Roeder said he views his naked jaunt near Library West last February as a "pretty foolish activity." A combination of peer pressure and "being pretty high at the time" prompted him to streak past the library, he recalled. Streaking became so popular. ReSet said. because it didn't hurt anything, yet it was breaking the law-a pretty stupid law-and throwing it up into the fa~ of authority." But he wouldn't do it again. 'There are more important ways to break the law.' Roeder said. A TOTAL OF eleven people-three of then, female-got taught with their pants down last spring. The University Police Departn~cnt arrested two non-student stinkers and handed nine students over to the conduct committee. UPD public information officer Jim Shuler said. Shuler said he remembers when niort than l.~ naked students gathered in the wet hours of the snorting between Hum. and Graham dormitories. As a member of the WUFT (channel 5) camera crew, he tilnied the streakers as they raced and cloned around Graham Pond. We got five minutes of terrific footage.' he chuckled. They were coniing straight at us. UPD HAD BLOCKED off Museum Road to prevent traffic accidents and keep gawkers from outside UF from pouring into the area. I saw a lot of men with business suits and lies on the. just standing back and watching the show." Shuler remembered, Mass streaking, dorm-wide strip tease shows, avid nude dashes through Library West and Floriday Gym put UF in the streaking top ten among the nations colleges. By March. UP had earned ranking as the number six streaking university in the U.S. by an organization calling itself the National Collegiate Stre.king Association. Norvell said he can't foresee a "streaking revival,' and he wouldn't join in even if there was one. For one thing. I'm still on probation," he explained. Besides, there are more constructive ways of letting loose than running around buck naked"

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----.--..-e -..t .~ r.vnrr.sa*t Th* Infl.td*t MbEfl MflaE. IflUfly, ine.~,d.y 4', 'I'. r~Iu AAJVtW ST I 'N. INN ENT r Si The SG OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS is looking for on advanced undergraduate Public Relations or Journalism major skilled in FEATURE WRITiNG. Work will appear Spring Quarter in the Independent Florida Alligator. Interested students should come to the Student Government Office, 305 J.Wayne Reitz Union, anytime next week between 3:45 and 5:00 p.m. This have ready around isan sample when excellent chance to s of published work interview time rolls Applications are now being token for the following positions within FLORIDA STUDENT LEGISLATIVE SERVICE: 1. ManagIng Director 2. Assistant Director 3. ClerkSecretary Applicants must reside in Tallahassee during the legislative session. The purpose of the serviceis to gather and dispense information about the activities of the legislature and pending bills. All three positions are paid. Interested applicants should come to the Student Government Office, 305J. Wayne Reitz Union, as soon as possible to apply. Call 392w 1665 for further information. UPD LIAISON COMMITTEE DID YOU KNOW Students, urn memInr~ UP tocully and staff hying to discover the n1e of low enforcement on campus. All student, am welcomel For further information, coil Ken Chapman at 3730606 or 372-9260. That student government spends somewhere in the neighborhood of $15,000 each quarter on intramural athletics? SG WEEKLY DEADLINE Why? Any p.non m group wishing to submit malsulal for InsertIon In the SC wina.y should bdng It to the Cabins Office In room 305, J. Wayne Relt, Union. All matrIal should h. In Ate all It. by 3:30 p.m. on Monday for it to appear In Thursdays AWGATW. Its one area that almost every student on campus is involved in. Prooucvo by Jeff Prursmor. Oaeclo, of Covnmuncovions. for the Student Body STUDENT GOVERNMENT 205 J. WAYNE REfIZ UNION 392.1~5 p. ~~1 7 .4 -4 r, vii

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r --.--a--.-.r ~ tP~tM T tnqnq.~aq.w. mu *ru U, sS SE TI FOR (YE? G UF C D YES~~There Is no tradeoff between funds for a mass facility and UP's operating budget. 'p 0 seating Please seating understand: facility CONSTRUCTION al funds for a new moss come FUND, from a CAPITAL control led located by the state legislature. and operating bd uget RECURRING expenses, covers only such as graduate stanceships, librarian's salaries electric bills. We will receive or not the fac ii 100 Ily percent is built of We wil our operating budget regardless of whether I not receive more. Capita are. It construction $ a one-shot dea funds I If are riot available every year to us. This year they we don't get the money, SOMEONE ELSE WILL Of could campus, go for 0fl*W stnjclur. a new govemmont on another building, maybe even a new municipal golf course somewhere in Florida.) Understand: going to use c the .ita ~ap legislature is not construction money to pay recurring bills. It is a use oneyou SOQI financial fact of life that if you shot money to pay regular bills can't otherwise afford MI GO BROKEWITHOUT to payYOU REDUCING YOUR DEBTS IF WE DON'T GEl THE MONEY FOR A NEW FACIUTY NOT ThE SAME MONEY ThAT GOES INTO RUNNING I SOMEONE ELSE WILL irs UP WE'RE NOT SWAPPING ANYoNE'S EDUCATION FOR A NEW BUILDING. STUDENT was Inserted by Studeil GWfitflItt In the hc9e that it will clear up some oEub. quatlons concerning th. funding of a new IUU sealing facility for the University of Floddo o o VERNMEN T GETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT Prooucec by Jqff Prutsmon, Director of Communicarson,. forth. Student Body STUDENT GOVERNMENT 205 3. WAYNE 31117 UNION 292~16~5 1 C S -I y FO UF! 5 assi and I This infonpatlon

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.,. #og* 14 Th.Indd. &ftt~4 .AitIgmorThur.AyF.br~My2l. 4,75 Bike tickets or lose driv B1 STUART EMMRICH AIIplor Staff Writ., Hike riders '.ho ignore citations given Icr traffic olauon~ may soon find their driver license suspended. according to UF Traffic Court (hid Justice Bruce Singer Singer said Wednesday sonic students are not responding to tickets Icr bike violations. and added these students (lid not seem to realize that hike violations "crc dealt ~tIi the sanw as other 'chicle aolatons. A BIKE VIOLATION is a 'regular ticket and is treated as such. Singer said Singer said violators. ~ho are usually cited tor running a stop sign or driving at night without a headlight. are notified that they must appear at the traffic court within 10 day'. Singer explained that I the violator does not appear in Lourt or arrange to pay his 15 line within that period, his name is sent otYto Politicians r By KEN GOODMAN Alligator Staff Write [wo local state legislators have replied to written requests horn the Gainesville Human Relations Advisory Board which urged support of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). [he replies were read at the IIRAB's tuesday evening meeting. Rep. Sidney Martin ID-Gainesville) stated his support lot the ERA, saying he has long been an advocate of this legislation and it is ~iy intention to continue to support it. MARTIN COMMENTED in his letter on the bills chances of passage I feel that the ERA will not niect with niuch trouble in the House but will see quite a debate in the Senate. he other reply came from Sen. Bob Saunders(D-Gainesville) who wrote. While I have iio philosophical problem supporting the wording of the Equal Rights Amendment. I do have sonic questions concerning the long' 'show up I si license I I allahassee ~.here it is put into a crime tom puter. He said that an entry into the computer jiakes it impossible for a person to either receive or renew a drivers license without first Llcaring the bike violation. "TIlE STUDENTS DON'T seeni to realize hou serious this (the bike violation) really is. Singer said, explaining he was encountering studentss who were not coming in to answer the tickets. Singer said he was going to try and give iiolators a 10 day grace period before sending their name' otT the Tallahassee. but added it was still important that violators come to the tratlic court as soon as possible. Singer emphasized that bike isolations should not be taken lightly, because the ,enaltes are stricter than parking violations. and could actually result in someone\ license being suspended. ecict to ERA range constitutional aspects of its implementation. Sen. Kenneth MacKay (D*Ocala) and Rep. William Andrews (D*Gaiiesville) have not responded to the HRABa urging. The HRAB also discussed including a sexual preference" provision in the proposed anti-discrimination ordinance currently being considered by the Gainesville City Cornmission. THE PROVISION discrimination on the preference. Chairwoman Audrey said the actual inclusion the ordinance was not iiiCnient. 'There has not been a would prohibit basis of sexual Herbert. however. of homosexuals in planned at the demonstrated need br including homosexuals in the she said. Ihe draft of the ordinance now being considered prohibits discrimination on the basis of marital status, race, religion, creed. national origin or sex. Second parking garage to be built A second parking garage ,.ilI he erected on the "Cs' side ci the J. Hillis Miller Health ('enter. adjacent to Wilmont Gardens.~ an experimental plant area. Fhe len garage 'ill not intertere with Wilmontuardens but will ailed a research orange gro.e. according to Neil Webb. associate director of university planning. HOWEVER, THE ORANGE TREES are being relocated around campus and a new grove will be started south of Lake Alice. Wetb said bids for the construction of die garage '.ere S7(D.(~ less than the amount budgeted icr the project. The low base bid was submitted by Drake Contracting of Orala. already under contract to UP icr tire code correction work. The bid "as Sl,912AKX1 with an additional cost of SSSAXX) for waterproofing the top floor. according to Webb. [he Board of Regents has approved the bid tith the s~aterproofing. and construction should begin in two to three weeks. Webb said. It is scheduled to be completed within 240 ealendardays. ,.hich means that both garages should he finished at approximately the same lime, he said. a p k

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The Ind.p.nd.n, MoNt. AJIIg.,.r, Thur.d.y, P.fro,'y 27, 197$. Pug. IS III A. I 511 S SI -~aw 700 920 -&flbr flo FRIDAY 7:30 920 w. ACADEMY AWARD sorn ~0 C.$CO4JHt TICkETS A Mw~iiWyIh Production .ValeflePwrtie -*i~~bF David V Picker .AZWTY Ma-wi ~r1h Bob Fosse '~ u.n Rady v.usnl a8WWB% I. 3 45 550 7 55 10-00 A LI a 'in IFOR SALE FOR SALE or ~nt, cc C! i/fl! and lab 4 ir ntob,. ~e I and P0 new o.k 'ng I 6$ o, best ,fte, o'jd'ovo. FM tuner br rot ii tr~r~ US ull trrd 377 SPa loSt 87 v, ~ St Mcr' IC H sine 'n OLAtry deal Kr ~i 'dci', or loin coop Ic air ond ow~ ~nqi forgee ;h.d asking $t*~ *85 2a05 /en'ng~ IA 8! ASP) War Id ,s may, 09 '0 0 mar. or; yen en' local 'on to better serve yoo 8rrk beds SM Qiftig $35 2614 NE 18* icr ace P+rone 377 9e35 IC it 9' F0, Sole 69 CHAPMAN OHIA [ow M' cage rood T iio~ F. relleni Shn0. $ 095 170 CoIl 376 7532 (iOl~S 0' 378 33*5 weekends lii 7' 9 WIIe cues fo' 'ale Symbol of ~evce or of rte Ho v 'p 'r ,t O.,ornnieed healtky CasH ft orr $7 i~ $9 Coil 44,6 3201 1z29ly1 NASA APSO male k'uppy only one Id? AkO reg sho,, warmed and adorable ikc~c shaggy lop dogs or 'qnal I y brorm I 'bet Ideol apr pet HOute t'oine~ raw V3 1Q59 a ii ip~ ~INOS Brond mew engngemen. and wedd' ng ''ngs karat ye1 low gold. do' ironds on hot h inn9, robe $S~ sell' nq $350 cad I r+er 4 aIr 377 8765 la~9l V'ctor Oar; u class, -oh into, n'th hod caseS~83j 5*95. SI' AOOSla 2i 91 ph iwo S S ub~c ft cIt 'gerabo;s $35 each 'grfot ~hnpel Also nrm'r,'us 22 rIb hamp' onsh I p 'org.? pisic $75 co4 I a, more 'n1o 377 8242 n2t 91 sport,' or 70 slob convertible needs good home a I tIle Ca e coIl 373-7655 oIler 5 1050 Ia 3t9) p) lEWftPv Custom 'node for hose who opprecole on in gold silver and Fine ern~ Studio 103 By np~oi ntrnent only 3733894 A 13790P opal kodet runs good inspected 35 mpg 250$ ready to ~o coIl 373 2C3 or 'ceo? 102) nw $5 teIr IA 27 90P' Fo, %lp ~p.rb Stereo System Mo.ant, I 2~ inIrinty 2cnJA etftrt'ostnt'c t~eokers horns ID 25 bc Sea tO Call Ken 376 240 45790 P} ireenhouse sole healthy plonts ,n cloy pci, sunty only lOam 4p'r go weIl an 'ewberry 'd past I 75 to nw 91st tallo~!~~2jA 3790 P~ F0, sole Mobile *torne S r 35 Excelleni condition Coil after 3 pr,, a, 373-WAS (a St 87 p1 73 Hondo 350 new tel Of hook. headers excel lent con $'50 ~ Of best offer Mike 373092* oStO/-pI Moolto Celtic 135 rnr,~ F 35 lens. Never jed 51,11 in the box Sells 'or $160 new Only $90 ~7334 I 5t8' Y A Pento. Spotmotic a with a Tokurror I 450mm a Takurrar 1-0 in mm and o Soligor 35 ~ 2~ mm Rest offer Calf 376 o~~od5t88 pi Connor, 35mm1 35 lens WIon, hood and case year old good condition $SO or Rest offer Coil 392-7318 a St 88 p .nivor electric piano rn,,it condition $360 call after 4 ~ 7097791 SI SpI F coder ion bo~ natural finish with rr'aple neck parfert cand ion $235 coil ken at 392 ~45 0 St OO-p( 973 mobile I 2*50 cerltrol sect 4 aIr / bedrooms fully furnished $)XO equity S assume ronibly note 75 77 or moke offer roust nIl cal I 3732064 A fl-85 P~ ar sale WsAnohIO $SR I 35mm camera and em $I~ or heft ofler call Wayne 377 545 (a 31 89-p( FOR SALE Kolfecter selling oid aiginal rove pOster. Li rr 'ted supply so co'1 3738704 IA 51 90 P) FOR RENT $05 sublet itil ties elerInir included air and ~eot an. room .$ort both fri9 hot pIol. 3 blocks oil campus ~uie1 rmon.ibf. mole grad student desired Available mnwdiatelv Call 373-3627 b.wnh, &12 PM (b&49-pJ 1973 Qadge s~or? Oulo A C 6 Cyfi 'coded take over payments end snialt o.k d'fferenc. 378 SOfl Olice ILin non wed eve 302 flI eccelfent cond l9~ irin oStSQp} 1971 (hey Nova grS.n Al ~ v good corrdtion no a,, power broke, an, radio pow., Steering go. lover' CoIl between 2 prn 3733627 {oSt-SQ p) LAchile home 972 2 60 carpet brick skirt & orichored 3Z7-~0 539W must 'cc 4*2~SW 20 Ave tot No 27 (VP 51 88 & 30 ~ol n~uorium complete over SI~ invested 3 no old selling to boylorger took The best a! everything asking $1 ~J coil 378-5917 after S (o-3t8Q p1 60 Firebird dir ~on powe, steering + brake, auto tons new eshoust System rrokes curb stone, sell o, trod. tom motorcycle coIl 372 I m (0 St-Sq p1 Oarncsv.lles Lorgesi irdoar FLEA N~RkE1 very Fri Sot Sundoy A lttle bit of everything or e vet ye 1201 F Univ Ave 378 3431 IA B! 9O-P} HEWLIlT PACKARO lIP 35 alrnosi low '05* fIn $295 will sell lot SI 50 ohio fisher ~idsicfle stereo amp $95 372 2020 A AT 90 F) 973 Kawasaki 90cC Street bike Very 'mod condition Con,, by and see and ide afte. S ~ pm No pone Only $3a,~2l6sw 3Ave Apt No 2 A ST 8*35 trailer all electric or excellent condition innoveable must sell SI~ or besi offer cull nonry 375 6355 after 6 IA 41 90 enlarge, durit m~ w lens, for 35mm or ?'. 11~1* easel and prini wosise' $125 377 0355 $10 nvv 5 ave AAT-90-P) tomonds. 5o~hires. Erreralds Jod., rnd 95 other gem minerals All qucliti. available Priced from 25 percent to 50 percent below retail Custom cutting from Ste ~ linconditronal Guarantee U IE By oppoinirneest only 373-3894 '413' 90 F) Aedding Sands t Engogement Rings Traditional or Cont.nporory designs ci your choice andmode In, individuals who woni the be. &ig.nal work by Sou* s leoding Artists Master Cold Sirith and Lopidist Unconditional ('riaronre. OZZIE By oppoi otment only 3733894 A 137 90-F) SIMS 10P.M. ECU! SUNDAY g.M 2:55 W tbb ~ SiN 7:50 ~:50 The SOana*o A FILM *V PAUL MAIVY -ART CARNEY Lx' 233 W. Urii. Ave. PPES4TS yYttft~a JW&$4C8WK STANKY BROWfl GROUP March 1. 1975 Sf11 p.m. AU Seats Reigned $4. Tickets at: Rebel DIscount(moin) + Box Office COMING MAE. s-JIMMIE SPHIS + HIS SAND ~wr we A OngiwEIMas.A.kucn Proetetofi fl S*~hnnm "Ray aid Un Gold Dufliw" 'I ~0~co Hety O~Sts~s ftsdb, -ML W, .flt Km tad by 0kb SSfl P' TS.tChr' -U ; lack z ~ 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 LW OLDIE GOLDIE NIGHTS TONITE ft TOMORROW NIGHT DIRTY pact g 'in. #' a.ilL V. p~1 9-'I 1~SO WUVIUS! 4 --Sal tb<* jots *" ~*lit b ~ L~ ---I. *1 flIt M S -NYU bonus~ W at the doer (kd by west r TAr',,' least 3zzr ShSwcb LAST DAY LAST DAY

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P~. 16. The Indep.ndnt tddo MIIptor. Thwsd~. I.bn.y 27. 1975 FOR RENT female own room 2 b' dupi central heot-oc pets allowed Quiet privacy see luliC. 2120 eve no A after 6 ~ b-St-Hp) FOR RENT nice Univ roommate needed georgetOwn opts Nc 71585 frist'~ uti own attn pool Dir walk or bike to compus Pleas. contoct Cnn 378-2994 lb 3tW-pl errol. ,oommnOt* needed own room kovi ion 11109* $42 50 mu, plus I 3 utilities toll after 5 374467 St Sap, I bedroom api I black ron rr,.d center campus $t60 ~ unfurn on $le9 ~ turn dishwcshe, laundry carpet poo' icc room no pets coIl 373 3 48-5! o roar,, p o ire house 3 blocs ram ,r, 2 ocnes of and $95 monthly need ~rn.t .sporssibl. lemol. coil 3721724 belor I Ian, aft., 5 pm S-S~-S0S) own room irs comfortable oak Forell own house $86 nsa I nil easy bike or bus to UF roll chuck or bi I 373-161 lb St 89 p1 3 BR, 2 bath immaculote. fully fijrnish.d mobile horn. Central heq A AC On lakefront lot 'rees Rent lit or sole 376-4126 wkn& (b?-*-p) Act, private both $99 no I 3ut.l furnished cable lv 2712 SW 34ih St 73 3558 or 377-flAC B V -P~ I hr opt furish.d 1110 no S biks rout, or library West Avoilable in .iediotley Call 377 0t84 onyt.rre ii 3T 90-P1 SEA' Now deal hove 'mall rot, ?HE HOtISING SlOAtAG$Hi is he time to start looking for l5OfT~e for spring a, loll ~tn mony listings oio.l for then deposit cnn hold ii for you 37'6-? that we 0 CoIl OWN MOGOOM AVAILABLE $80 + utilities Village Apes toivr4,ouse. furnished. two bath toll Debbie after sir Pr. pa ~44 f.rnole *oomrnote Wonted 'Hawaiian Village Apt 2 bar 2 b*. a-c heat po& etc $61 25o ro + Mil call 373-9767 ofter 4pm Avoloble Mo, b-tOtsp) sublel large one br unl apartment University Corder,, $143 per month avaiLable Match I coil anytime 378 5446 lb ~.-p) sublet room La moncho opts $90 per north pool oc furnished carpets ph 3736474 Jerry ovotlatle March I (b-St S9-p} Female nOCOlitiOle own bedroom 3 blk from cornpgt $65 no 1 -3 uttlilies ccli Schovawn or Anne 371inS (b5tNpi for spr qtr hrT, roonmose needed 01 landmark opts 2 N pool. oc. heel, dish water, laundry 558 4util Ise lyt, line 5 call 371-8016 (b-54&p) ~IE roommat, needed OWN moon 12 70 mobile home. shag, c'o. WasMrdryer. dishwasher. shaded lot 585 ma /, util. coil 373-5414 376. I5~ otterS (b-2t-9t-p) Sublet I0r 2 hr I bail, unfurn opt 2 mtlesfrom campus SW $205 Mo All s-tb facilities included cci after 6 ~ 8318 (b-St-18-p) Ultaly "Pert.ne and --.ewwflm A FiJiflb~ PAaAas.y.cac. -A 5*YMgstQgpiCttJ.ts RELFASI GUILASUNRISE NIT sot ~tk4t2I W Unv Ave. 377-3013 FOR RENT Seoutilul 3 M unfurnished opt to 'ubleos. stoning 3 I -75 ~al 377 ~747 after 5 X b-St8&p) .ublet pvi room ,,aie 2 bIk, from corpus 585 risonik torn9 qtr cc carpet raid cooking pay rio ii,.' ties coil glenn 378 5443 8 ST QOP) bubiet Ig I bedroom opt unfurnished OvOilable late March thru Jun. $165 ninth includes AC good view high rise coIl 3132 alter 6 Pr,, b Si 0-p1 WANT ~O MOVV if you deli,. to move fran, your present location we can rent, sublet ton find you o roonrnote irnvnediotely at NO C~T Coil tadoyli United R.ol (slate Anoc Inc 3 NE 64, Ave 371-6992 Needed immediotety I or 2 *emole roomot., for 2 bedim. 2 bath opt $58 W o montf, + utilitiet live mm wolk ron' med renter roll 273-5452 lb-St 91 female roomrroie needed far cornfortoble 2 bedroom opt1 own room 54 25 4 utilities Avoi able 3-21 75 CoIl Wendie at 373 3835 nfl., S pm (b 3i 91 p) Feniol. Roomnot. needed or Spring *,Orter Windeodows 2 bedroom 2 both furnished Coil 371'88' onytirtse lb 5t-9l-p) OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house Pyef formIc $8350 4 ut'1 fireplac, big yardneor duck pond 378.2252 1512 NW 2nd Si detoera. b-St-9l-p) 2 spacious cornplelely furnished I bedroon, n directly behind nornion hall Avoiloble mar IS call 373-8064 or Y8-6134 evenings (b-7t-9lp) f.mal. roommo. needed far Spring Otiarter 3 bedroom Windneodow, Apt $~7 SO + utilities Must be NeoFf Colt P3-6422 (b-~-9lp) flofljre mol. or fenoir. roommate wanted for 2 br mobile home at and Furnis$.d ~ mc plus ~. utilities 3783907 (b-2t-9l-p) sublet georgetown Ljnfurnish.d 2 bdni ~t Osap 378-SW 3714006 lay lb jt91 Houses I $90 Cottage or. lake 377-6992 2 2 b& $125 l~ Sect Jfl-6992 3 3 bdr $155 Walk to campus W-6992 24 acret 3 miles to U of F 377-6992 Apt, I $85 Util Paid 3716992 2 170 Walk to Campus 377-6992 3 2 bar $90 Save I 371-6992 4 5 acrs Pocl-2 bdr 371-6992 Avail tot Spring Qtr I 575 Efficiency litI pd 3776992 2 2 bar Walk to campus 3776992 3 3 b& $370 No I~ or deposit 3776992 4 585 MobI. horn. 371-6092 United Real (stole 113M ldthAv. Open 9AM to 8 PM STUDENTS NEEDED BY EVALUATION Next quarter. ft. Course & Teacher is interesting and rewording and we Evaluation will be different from post hove some money for salaries. If you editions. It will hove student input and teacher input. Those of us working on the evaluation need help from students in collecting the teacher input The work con, come by and hear what we have in mind. Our meeting is tonight, February flat 7:00 in room 121 of J. Woyne Reit. Union. Memages con be left at the O~iaon Delta Kappa office on Third floor Union. I -di 25% off 10% off 0 25/. off 25%-50% off FEB. 26MAR. 5 Mcli., WU., THUU. l*t. 9 Iv.-. PU., sat IllewN 3714KB *Ad Os., EmU.q1 FOR RENT PERSONAL FermI. roommate wanted or spring Coy men rind women nest shun at 7 1uorten The oaks opt Call after 5 pm pn, 07 nw Isle, toeoker horn Arita 3783733 (b SiOt p1 Ii MN BEDROOM o.oiloble .mrrediat.1y ~~flMAfES ARRIVED FROM LCNDON. 80 utilities Vd loge Apis furnished, NOW OMN, Specializing in ErigI .1, hoi. iwo boths toll Porsy 373 4*) 8 fl 00 cutting, blow waving 'or the in loa~ unisex 0'op by Colonial Plaza "4 W Univ Ave 3712643 i~~PL WANTED Med student seeks roommate fo, own bedroom, bath in country gardens behind med center $Il6 ma prefer grod or prof student 373 7144 Cc SI N-p) mole roorvate to sisore furn I bedroon, apt Olympia opts I l~ iw 8th Ave $75 Inc 4, utilities c air, heat, carpet 2 blocks I, campus roll Bob 373-8874 c-Si S8-p) F.rnole roommate wont.d own macrn in 2 bedroom duplex pets ok. centroi h.or, a~~itorie VS-gOt' (c-4t-88-p) WAN~D TO BUY Tenor Guitar Mutt be reasonable Most any condition 378 fl~ anytime c-5I-89-p) Female roommate wanted Cotorwood opt shore 2 bedroom 2 both $40 roll Now 371-7914 (c St-89-p) GOLD & SILVER !ap prices poid for cit rings, old ewetry. etc confidentto. Co Ozzie 3'3-359.(c-50-53-c) IAelpi Female roommate needed urgently $40 + utilities Gotarwood dose a campus no deposit, coil "arlene 373-3735 onytir,,. ol 0111 c-StOOP) HELPi Fenol. roomotes wanted for cozy furn 2 b&n, landmark apt deal facillies MS + '/t utilities call kathy or sharon 373-2784 c-3t-91-p) roarliote wanted own room $50 ma + I 3 utl starting spring ~uone. close to campus call 37)0635 (c-)-9I-ol HELP WANTED Female Ia deliver new Corvette. during pore time Mutt be attractive and competent drive. For interview coIl 3720)52 E-IOTQO-P) SUAWER POSITIONS Fine positions fo, men in New England summer co-p for boys (0th year (stenhive oquohic, program 26 WSI sloTh Openings for swum ,nstuctor,. soiling. woterskiing, kayaks. canoeing Also experienced lennis instructors 14 inourts Other openings Compus interviews Trovel olloworice Only full asurnes considered Camp Mok-Ke.Nat 37 Thacher Lone, South Orange. Ni 07079 (201 763-3536) F 3T 90-P) 175W to recoverer at raleigh super ourso 0 speed was greer' toll 26 Iron,. 27' aluminum wheels, low profile brown guirwoll tires brooks champion narrow feather sea. on rome, wheels. UF266333528 bike No 349641 an left rear fork coIl 4904) 3927325 IE 5T.q0-P) AUTOS MAZDA 973 slIver grey air am-fm radio fag' door sedon. std tronsrissjon. only i,, miles 127W call 376-5032 (0-FR-S-NC) WANThO low mileage WI or ~oyato wagon Preferably with outomol.C tranimissiot, Coil 377-O~W. (g-S4-V-p) 964 catolino pontiac station wagon new radial lires. new exhaust system. heavy duty sp.ng.c11 after 400 $895 I -,.gotioble 376-9719 Io-St-U-p) LLOYD'S CCCVUI! ftAa ** buy and s.ll Jacksonville, Florida I -365131 I 10 and Cosmos Ave g-20-73-.) FCC SALE 969 ~ cicellent med. condition $475 call david 373-Ja ~ coele -104 N W 21 St alter S a-a. sop) PERSONAL Wedding inwitetls.ts SI' 40 per 100, buelnees care $9.95, rubber tern. magrme.ic signs. offset printIng. Cliff Hoi 1)03 N Main S-FR-SI-C COED, facial hair removed per memently Call Edmund Oyi-~rer elecftolog.et over 20 yeWs experience Ccli 372-SQ (i-7R41.C) Term .peeul Cortodo, Ic-get Service For catalop.eser4flt. Issey Service. 57 Spadine Averuje Snite TA. TOvonlo. I On, Ce.adc. Ale., cemp. repe-I motives required Piece, write (h-fl-70p tOITO Wie~I Ponchos, Bookpocks, Pack, Wiromes, tens Rugby Shirts, ~,ail Shoes, White Stog Speedo Bothing Sijils Join Univ Hiking Club AlIens A0uatic tail Center 3448W Univ 373-9233 ft 720 SUMMER IN EURVfl Uni-trov*l Charters at lets than i~, reg economy fan. 65 days advance payment *.quired US Ccvi approved TWA Pan ArT,-Tronsovio 707s CoIl toll free I 325-46, (iiSt-86-P) Coinesviiles Largest Indoor FLEA N~PKET Every Ft -Sot Sunday ~ Lockable Booth, $4 Coyly Itt W.k.nd Free when you stay 0 month #eseve yours sow 1201 F University At. 3,8-343) (i-ST 90-P) Quality leotherwark never wears cut I always wears in Ai MCSOrOV we specialize in custom l.otherwok purses bells roots ockeis, sordois travel bogs If., con be mode of leather we car, moke it to suit you MosonCu, Mu W University Ave open iOon,-pm Monday 'hru Saturday by ofloinlmerl Sunday S evenings. 373-7470 1-sp-fl C) ey going male, P. new 10 usa, wishes Ic meat female partner interested in travel, films, pho.ogbo#ty, music, talk Terry 377-0104 Il-2)-9l~) To he ni, of the l4ouse of Ower? C~rq.ul.ior. gn your 4 ye onn.versoryt S. you at tonight's celebrolionf love, Your Girls (lll-9l-p) RITA Happy Birthday 21 sounds ,.i line Tweet Tw.4 Shoinoputun, rlt-91 p1 the world beyond is as different horn this world -this world is different fram that of d~e child while still in he womb of Is masher Sahai Wriltn (i-ItOl-ci to girl at early spiit show with southern comfort, I'd like to nest you thur QWat 8os~in-roblns o~ re#y here r2'-91-p) Cear gumdrops, how does it feel to be related? corgrabulations, now officuolly your. my s.Serltf (eve you, Goody wIataterger) (i-)l-Vl-.) RUUIRIU' puWbi. ht. FASTOFFSET PR/N TINE halT) a~ came ~ ready coP? '~ n.E mAcaiM ykamo Sactory c~ ax r -di Custom framing on labor Do-it-yourself framing New York graphics & Lambert prints Selected holdings LOST & FOUND FOUND o block cot with whit. pow, b.iind cryslol call jIB 372-9322 keep trying L ST-90-PI ~aund a watch ond clan ring must identify to claim call 376-9471 ask for Steve (L.57.90-P) nsa lot o!!i~~C!Rn ~f oreig. ord dom.ttc auto. See Bill and Mike, Auto Pepoir 012225 *4W 6 St or call 3760479 (rn-Si 8,-p) WIRED FOP SIGHT T'~. 1991a5 Super Mart UNIVER5ITY OPVCIANS 300SWUthAve. Eu'ope Israel AFrica Asia trowel discounts year tour,4 student air level inC 4228 first ave bucket go 444) 034-6460 m-ZSt-0S-p) Ptcfess.oool dog ohedie~ce dome s now being offered 2 mc course. begins March lOft. 8.9 -~ army reServO. it. *h owe 3fll~9 ke~ trying nlIa-9l-t) EncellenI childcore by *jt~niefi~d LFBJ hour. day or wn& country omaepher. 5 miles NW 1-75 orsy oge-ony time 4722118 (m.5.91-) EXPIIENOD IVPISTI Fs.dep.adobl. Roles negotiable Tetm papers. re.um.s etc Call Phyllis 372e67 (m-~9l-D) SEEPY HOQOW HOM FARM riding ncod.my boarding stables Fto6ssjonol hunneat fls*ruct.on IgNad ringS trails Also the finest in boardIng 373-1059 (mIG-91-p) I 0 N40T06 pOM~Ofl5, r.sumes, and applicatio.s natural sylle po.*a.ts rn-on, camera work studio 1219W Univ Ave rn-fl. Scuba Go. stoning Fe~ 26flI Wrec* 0.v. March 91$, Soles Service R.obols. Tom Allen (Co-4,c~ of WIld Kingden TV) Alle.n Auatic S Trail Center Inc 3448W Univ P3-9233 m-fr-I~) For.ign car owners, need reliable service? Grand Prim Motors of Srad.,t.r, will service Ca weekends Interesged? Colt joM 375-7159 (M-3t-~-P) typing service CIW i,,senol i~j pi~e thesis typing P~ofenhono4 work Deliver 462-2739 (M-ST-W-P) ______________ ba5Es 8O$AVW (ml. Pawi. Pancli informal A friendly .11 facIlIties 4 ml front Uf tIc". US, pIw. $25 mc P64139 .v. (m-lO46-pl *4YNO~ 4L~ PlOft! AtTAIN GOALS BY AID4l~ AflY 141104 MO NTM ABILITY -STUDY WC-ME~V-ATt-#ETlCS Learn seIf-hyro.*s mDonald 0 NsPCenhfled 4ALH I

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w C aqd OIL a ~.'YJULIL 9) tijat njeaqs big savings parts t? accessories Ou FM AN Dis WI Noi 3M ~ SCOTCH C-SO 3 PACK $3.U -C JERROLD ANTENNA BOOSTERS Were 51.23 Now 29.25 8 TRACK 64 minute Super pricof $1.90 come down now and save a 0 silt to IIflI~ Th. Ind.p.nd.flY Florid. MIVg0or, lhuv.dcy. F.bnary 2?, 1975, P~. I' 9 L*Lei DISC WASHER Tte Sup" 'Cr Record deane, Pu~rnoves Ineje'pr irit~ arid lusi CflrrfreIe SaI~ Cl ei ONLY 515.00 TEN NAS tarn. Goner .nfl, ire 532.25 t.n.t Hurry ----S w was I EMPIRE CARTRIDGES From$6.25 CiaJ I 0 HALF OFF! PHONO NEEDLES MASTIC LICLUOED S. .4 eq QUANTITIES LIMITED -= -A~ COVCN S (MY Cleolt TERUt ~tei$o 0. ~aJe give your spirits a lift SIC 960 Turntable IC ~ *ELT CAlVE -c-a-c navums w STR-OO4OA FM STEREO/FM/AM RECEIVER *IUt k' -it' ~f!dJ~ U b ~&ujJ~ p N C 616 NORTH MAIN S 378-1S62 0. GEMINIX SPEAKERS 3. I I I~i a 0 a ~ S. ',.~ L S .0 U

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F Pog. is, Th. Ind.p.nd.ntFlorlda AJllgotor, Thursday, F.brucry 27 975 a I m I I Cleanliness means a to you, so at Publix wete woddog harder man ever to keep everything clean and shiny. n D.Iicl.iy Mt.r.t N.fl. Caliph' fl Apricot Nectar. Lag K. .e. Chick., a, 11t.w Dog Food Skippy .y Wa., Nu.t. Dry DOg Food *I*su.n. Cd., L.n.d Sc.,. *.lt AlrFreshe.er Quick. Ss.y-fl.U. P.*I. 4 Bathroom Cleaner F.fl-Ac~. Liqeld -DruInCIeauer. fI*d P.m.' Sb. (Ii 0t 1.6.1) Ivory Soap .... MM. Ss.ui.r Sanitary Napkins Snitery, C.avnIe.i ~.fty Trash Cam Liner *tflfl Glad earbag. Begs. Inwfl.dy 1*w. .1 M.bI.c. Elix Crackers G.M with .p. Snack. Nahism. Premium Saltimes p.11cm. NahI". Cherry Nut Sugars *,d Yaw, *w.tl. Pahl*as with 0-Cad. *iiduit ..a a a *** Sad. Scratchy Ci.~h. *.r.qI C.wsp L.h.i~ Fabric Softener Or., Oi.nt Wh.l. *r Sliced Mushrooms Slicodcarrots Newborn Diapers Kid, L.~. Ad Skippy Peaumutmufler lane *rtafl C.rS$a UetcocouMix. -~ a'~: 27' '~: 25 ~'i3S 59* 20-n 59 fl-a, ggg t~r49 ~: $125 z ~72 "-n. 79~ ~ ~9. ':~ ~ ~ 97c a?: SV 2: ~e 6:, 35~ *k~ ~;% ~9. ~:: 10 C Variety makes shopping more interesting, so we~e aSI more of what you want -r n.ht.t 0.6 ft lvi. Pack Cerm S Murgurmne., flat .a.kt. litafi Pi.hwMk tghuh Muff be -, ~1*t --*rntfleld Settee. Phliadl&i bi.d CreumChee. W~c.u~.Chaaflp Cottage Cheese N'*~ Sh.n.t~. tahal C he It k ShurpCheddur. Ire.,,,. '.fl Delhi,." Ulue Cheese. ~: 24,. p~* 29 ~': as pk*. 11 w 12a* a-., pkg 4-. Public reserves the right to limit quantities sold as 49t Dehlcmn, *,.k*a.t I rat, K.,o Waffelyrup tasgag Gad., I. *r Pancek. *.I.@ Peach Preserves. Aunt J.1. Wh.6. Whaa* PuncakeMix t 59' 1;? 95' x 63' PSWKR.kMbM lr.plc.r ".t. Sr.d P Orange Juice .:: 29 Sme-Whi. W.0.r. CI.p 'In?.d.v Fn.k Crl.p Pole Beams .r33* t.fl T.d.t trek Yellow Squash. :'29 US. "a. On. Juicy I Being Pears ***~***~***** *.th mny l.a Glas, brand 0 b.h. P. Pk*.) *reenOmions. Z.39 US. d. I pl.,id. Whft. -Plek Seedless Srapef suit .S ~. ~9 I

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4. Th. Ind.p.nd.n. florida Alligoto,. Thursday F.brucry 27, 1975, Peg. 9 Pubtixihe, Place for 9e~f SWIF1"S PREMIUM PROTEIN GOVT INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN SEE~ SALE IwIWm pnw.1u PT. *.4 LaM SirEel, Steak Swift'. PI. Pr.?. (sell-ceri Beef Rand Steak lb $159 lb Key ClubSteak Swift's Pr.4-Pr. -M Chuck EludeRoast Imperial Oven Roast SwIW. P,.1. P.T. .g. *. (111.h Cur t*es., *ui. Chuck Shader Roast. 1Mft. *UUnIS Pe.l. Short Ribs ........ Wfl ~pdrd V .M. Pr.4., SwI~s Pv.i.u. *rewmJ Beef with HYP lb 1 Sb 89' '4 29~ --I'Sb s1~~ ib 79 ib 69 "U6C9S ashy EeC'. mUst I. Fighter Ub.d.l I. M.fl a S.d. Chuck Roast n4 fleck Pet Roast ivy It's MMa .M t.s.d Tip Roast. ......... ~n* -~.4-*-, Pa.,. Short Ribs ......... *hn.I .n Beef for Stew Sea6oe R1it S.4.d ivse~ I.*y FI.Id. In tsunti Small Shrimp Flounder Fillets ~~ed i.t.t IS"y Luke Erie Smelts *isw.4.i MIhh.-pu.b Baked Beans Cafe he. en,.i. Cuba. Sandwich Alw~. A ~.Sy psn$r. *.,*oued ., leedwish.ap S.ks. SSIg.d *.ri.n Bologna ........* *I.h W.d S P.uh ~ ". SSI.d Old Fushened Loaf. I.7 5uy 1.nr. SHeet thsde**r at Summer Sausage. ib49 lb 89 $125 ib 69' ib 99 OR S S N wt.n p* .-. te :95' P., ih, r *.th 79t is, :99' 49' Ak. Iff.nw. W.d. N., P.6. 2Mb, 973 san -0 0 Public reserves the right to limit quantities sold Regularly 7% old fa~hson whole wheat wilh juicy raisins' 1-lb Old English Raisin Bread loaf 69~ Regularly Si 9B this A inch taste treat topped Auth plump red cherries' Coconut Cream Pie each S 369 Rich take dough a deI4cious meltaway filling topped with jUICY cherries' 12 oz Meltaway Coffee Cake each 89 Req&arIy SSc a delicious 14 0~ rich old fashioned recipe s:'* 69' Butter Pound Cake On.d Send.y Z 69' each 79. *rinks dab b Fkcld. ~nI C. Ora.geJuh* .2'Zt*r -l.-.~ Kin .meI.mba PU~SS .....* hn Si. 0g.-it. O4.hb C .a4 pnueu PromO Prim '~ii' nflr.Ukn. i.ubbud hflfl 5,.win Vegotubles ashy @11. t.fl Cr. *n.b.r. H.4-.-Mgid limit pruy ..a a a a .a Zag. crememim .Z~i9 Wbh. A *dtb. I.h. Uir.jrI,* Lentil Mouthwash. ~ 1W Satin. M.a*.I a. lustat shave .'zr a, 5~666~ ~ ~ MO d ~ ---Th ICC SEnT CROCKER BLUESERHY 17* MUFFIN MIX ~ 551I6T6~f5b ~Mfffl~6~ffiI is aS m lit U POST COCOA OR 7 FRUIT PEBBLES It. pkg. !6p,., **d M** S qfli 'V

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Pegs 20 The Ind~.d.nt Rand. AJIIgotc. flt.rnd.y, F.b.uc.y 27. 1975 wa URAND U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND BONELESS ----a a S .A 'I e LB. PRICES GOOD WED. NOON THRU WED. NOON srnTC6iI STEA USDA CSWU ***' ~~~~ROAST *. ~:i hi. I -In, wNN0~NII *'0*f1 P.C CA *15 S U-ti 'itt,"' S.Afl Dish CNinC~ N CHUCK STEAK 49 -aLca.o.a Ut E-Z CARVE OVEN READY *UANC VISA C~@CC **EF *O#EINOVSS C, T.BONE STEAK $ .5 SUNS VISA CNO4C CHUCK ROAST 58 W.O **AND USS CKC4CU ~*U BCULESI STIAUS DELMONICOS C $ 99 (MCCI mEl' BONEIFIS C Roast SAy, ]I~ LE WV ANA USCA c"o.U I ton touwo Cued Steak. SAVE LB W 0 *b*flo It' Ground RO?~. W 0 S~N0 USOA ml ~ktulder Roast. *nNo tj50A1411c1 tEE, aflOfl KIDS. r OT Ton $138 EONILESS 'I EONELISS Le $119 'S 79' AllOt POSE VSOSVMU SHORTENING 39 SAVE 30' LB. CAN say' $1 tt w0taAN0p.J~c ('IS *KO 'it ftC 0 LS *~0 I Ground Beef. 51111 BegPatties. 3 A~ Sliced Bacon ~%4A0t1iicken 2 .~t $ 'hi" INOULOEI 51*01 tOS!~ mUTT PorkSteaks. .S t VEk -MMto 56' Lilac Towels. YE ASTW ALL Otlisos Co ee. VI IN -ASTOIf IT 'V tocktaiF.3 YE *'* -TI~EI4TY -*10 CUT 219 Green Beans .4 YE Ih -04th DA*tiNO CHUtE A ?9' Macaroni .4 ALL 'LAVOSS CHEK DRINKS I YE ~ -~ tiITY-*' 38' Powdered Milk 6 99c 'w k~R'rTSirs7. El,,, -'0 cz '1~ i~eoches say H, -SIKiE CI ~ 510(3 Tea Bags. 2 '~?? $339 ': 68' 4?; 68' r.~. ~ ~' 88' 0 5 ".~ *~@V POTATOES -A SAVE 33. I 2.:. CANS U*P IOU MAYONNAISE SAVE I. $ Jam URIS ASLSN 'AMItY BREAD SAVE 17' 1 20-. LOAVES I VANILLA C"oCo4ATS 'USSE Sovi MAID GALLON saw & rwwtv -aID muon acoto cc Orange Juice CMCS 0000 Sal'tines.2 KIN 0000 TOASUE Pastries.2 SAVE *54 01514 OWC N P4 $EEfl Cluster Rolli. .3 SAVE --*14 MSIU CW1i Pecan UNSWS I TI ~ 39c .'~?. ~ 0. 1110*0 On 'Ed p. P*uI~ I, 'ECS $100 88c ~8c *1014wlCy Oranges. 0-Iou Pears. S~I.AN0 Salt Ice Cream Sausage Pi TASTE 0 SEA 11514 Ott Dinner ...8 ...8 .12 ira .P P P P ~ 3 14A*VIS' 1151*4 it I-i-i--. 79' LUITUL~ tao 89' ~'~z 0'nj Pot *tiow (lit .o 3., ::~: 'l'~ ~~LJflIOflS. ~.,on ~ S C-ElI ~C 89' Pot Pies. $50 A~. 'V Orange Jul P ~ ~toes .5 C"ICSEN P 4 ice a 15' Fisk Sticks. '-I 1*SN A 59' Potatoes., I ia T*iMKW 2k100 .2 ~ $109 ..z;~ 99c '.t;: $119 .3 Honey Buns. rn-ne c~*tI creamer .....3 ~: ~ S ~Z 89' 3421 WUT UNIVERSITY AVE. OMN SUNDAY ItOCAM .7 00 PM IDWAY 441, HIOMWUNGS 1401 N.MAUESI. 130MW. Sb ST. -aU. 10400 Is. r $ 48 I L WIT am ICE MIL SAVE 20 $

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S arhol's Dracula: decadence revisited Review By Satys Booth Having conic of age amid summer afternoon dialing for dollars novices starring Godilli and Ohidra the three-heded monster. and Saturday nights at the Rimar Drive-In where the Soui of Dracula's Revenge Returned. I didn't think a horror movie could be made that surprised me. I didn't reckon -Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey's "Blood of Dracula." IT ISN'T that I was shocked at the gore, or the sex. TheTt isn't that much of either, and it's pretty ludictouL '[he plot and even the jokes were predictable It was. I think, just the Morrissey technique ci the non.movlt, applied to my old familiar tla'''c dri~ e-~r~ horror iIrn~ Not flat l)i acu}a'' kn't slick I ~ betier made, more dI~lU5ifl~ dnd Icy, ~or~ ha,, Frankenstein aicordtng to those ntcre',ted enough to have seen both Arid at first. Dracula seen~s to be a long way down the line Iron, those early Morrissey niovIes so selttconscious about being niovies, like class projects with actors tot-getting lines and over or underacting for the can~ei-a. THE COLOR, the plot and rehearsed actors fool you into thinking 'Dracul& isa real movie, It wasn't until later that I realized what bothers me about it. It still has the air of having been made by someone who really nsn' all that interested in n~aking a moviea director ~ho doesn't take The Cinema seriously and never pad any attention to the things film teachers tell you directors pay tent ion to [he Iii ni L~ so con se iou of being flIn, that it docsnt make any eftbrt to convince you it s real. Movies are supposed to tool you into believing in then,, even arty French niovies without plots, funny movies should take being funny seriously. But not Merrissey's movies. 'Dracula" is aniusing In its way, but it doesn't seed to '.ork much at it. The plot sounds pretty good. but it conies across lackadaistal. Dracula and his servant leave Romania, where modern ,,orals have made waste with all the virgins. whose blood the vampire must have to sure nyc' In search of pure young girls, they go to Italy where daughters are raised in the arms of the holy mother church. Dracula makes a poor choice in the four daughters of a poor marquis. however, because the family's one servant is played by Warhol film star Joe Dallesandro Since Dallesandros only sign of life in his iii,, ~ below his waist, guess how sit-gin the daughters are. THERE ARE sonic nice comic touches. Everyone in the movie speaks with a different accent, even the Italian peasant. And Udo ICier plays the only vampire I've ever sen who could pout. There are also some things that aren't very funny, like Vittorlo de Sic., (bless his soul) tiresome performance. and the gory ending. Rut ~Dracula will bother you if you think about it tbr too long (but of course that may just be my problem. since I had to review it and you don't.) When you look for its bean. its purpose. there isn't anything there. I don't think there is supposed to be anything there. And if you ask me. that's real decadence. I' Master's try contract marriage This Sunday, geuveI.volced Johnny Cciii brings his family and Minds to A. Acrid. Gym for on 8 p.m. CanCel ~omcmd by ShadeS Government ProducIlOfit Tidal. a flU and 0.50 for student' and $450 and flU fw noa.iudest Ric and Billie Barbira Masters performance tonight will deal with a series of poems and readings on their relationship, including their agreed~upon marital contract. It's entitled, 'After the Sunset Again. A Birth. A Death, and Resurrection of a Relationship." THE MASTER'S have effected their own non-legal divorce and have written contracts to substantiate their new relationship, called their annual relationship-renewal cent rad. After 20 years and four kids, the Mastens mutually realized that he had become stigmatized as 'MaIntenance Man" and she had beconie 'Rip Nurse)' To rectif~r the situation they agreed to contract one ~ar at time"You start to bring flowers again when you realize that next Sept. 3 she might not want to hook up with you." said Masten. Mitten expresses his spiritual insight in conventional imagery: The bulidhg pan h my, It's the lJ.frg I. it that With .e simple I.anyone c haag a doe. fisk due an of .8kg hkg~ lath me. Ric Masten. minstrel minister of the Unitarian Universalist Awocation and traveling troubador will be interacting with his wife Billie Barbara tonight at Mccarty Auditorium. The performance is free to the public. The Mastegi provide a handle to the "reql world," through Imagery. Definitely worth seeing. Monday is mime night a mum MSA~UMU .p.donItanfl~gId The Mad Meals Mime Troupe exercise the imagination aud simulate the intellect with contemporary messages using only the fact and the body. MAD MOUNTAIN IS nude up of C. W. Metcalf. a iaeulty mmbe, at florida State U. Tom Pierce. and 'lint Bays. For one night only. March 3. Monday. The Mad Mountain Mime Troupe will perform at the fleet and Bottle. Shon stare at 8:30 and 10:30. admIssion Is32 the audience may stay fbi both thee. The rest .1 the itt Gamble Rogm will W Pttforiulq. MAD MOUNTAIN MIMI 11 *cnnIgIW only ahh-Melisso Manchester Melissa Manchester is 24 years oldShe established herself as one of the most critically acclaimed new talents of 1973. To say the least, she has come a long way in a short time. MS. MANCHESTER has three albums to her credit. She's beet, on .11 the right concert shows. Midnight Special-three times. In Concert. etc. She'll be In tm Feb. 29. Saturday. hr en slum S S ~ MSUSA and II. Admislmn Is 54 In advance and at the does'. ..hascantO o wig WSy&~y The Independent Florida Alligator NIERT NT a r

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33 don t meann nuthin 'I now By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sp.t. Writ. now the one conmesto town UFwrcsting a 33 meet wi will host the q In Soul heastern Conference ( championship im Alligator Alley this Friday and that Saturday BUT THEIR wing iad. streak, along with adime, will rung barely buy then, a cup of 1975 coffee because the dual meet -ht by gporg. koc hon Ie SR. BOBBY ROBER TS (L) -LAST TANGO IN SEC'S season does not affect the outcome of the SEC. It all boils down to this weekend. At the tail-end of '74 and thebeginning of the new year, head wrestling coach Gary Schneider, when talking about the Gators chance of winning its lirst SEC Championship, said. "The way our team is wrestling nlow, I don't think there's any teami that can stop us fron, whining it" Hut, then the long wrestling season took its toll on the Gator grapplers. Nunierous injuries plagued UF and in one maitch the Gators had only three starters wrestling. SCHNEIDER NEVER lost the confidence of winning the SEC's and credited the Gators depth with winning all their matches. The Gators will be at full strength minus one starter, P77 pounder Tim, Worsowicz, vdho tore ligaments in his knee two weeks ago. Worsowicz was undefeated for the year and Schneider felt the junior from Jacksonville would take the title. ph~ote by geq.g Iohec Ir (e Wrslr,pg23 EXCECRIN HEADACHE NUMBER 425 (See restlrs, pge 23 ,U,.U Jef f Davis In a real predicament The Independent Florida Alligator No.e 22, Thusdqy. F.6rnary 27. 1975 And matters fhec streak,. Ii

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-------------------r I ,f~rdswa4'IO *rfr~.rt Lprt pr P.rcn) nworfld ~'~' ~~nt'i '.~w. 'V5,,n~I I I I I I I I I I I ~CttrOc STat C~oq'g Now Open For Breakfast p 172 710:3Oam MONFRI. LUNCH SPECIALS New Low Prices SW. UNIVERSITY 373-9453 WIth this coupon I i20% off all Tropical Fish Ltxtres 3~1,15) ----------378-REEF K MON FRI '0-' II SAT 'U S Ii Across Prom JM 2201 NW I *l.Ies 12th St. I I p L CASE SPECIAL OLD MIt '5!!us tax Hours I1A.M.-2P.M. 422 NW iath St. sib Ave. .2 t Th. Ind.9end.ntAoddo AilIg.oi. Thund.y, Febivory 27. 1975. N,.23 'wres tier (from page 22) Although Worso~ it, th~enLe ill hinder the (jators changes ol winning (he SEC's. the teani still has ~.o lornier champions. Junior I mi Granowit, at 142, and senior Henry Jackson at l t hoth co-captains br UF. "IN ORDER br us to ~.Ln, ~.e re going to have to have three Iirst place finishers,'' said Schneider. "And ~c have to place in eight of the ten weight classes,'' he added. Schneider said he expects the toughest competition to conic Iron, Kentucky. and I ennessee. teams the Gators defeated in duel matches this Yet. lie also expects Auburn to be in threat the top, a team that's won the SEC's the past three years. The Gators incidently finished second, third, and fourth the last three years. Jackson. who won the title last year said. 'I've been thinking about winning the SEC's and nationals since the beginning of the season, and kin confident I can do it.* GRANOWITZ who won the SEC's two years ago as a Freshman but who lost out in I he fiiials lay ~car ~ mild like nothing more than to i cgain hi~ tide Ilti little bit ~.orred about losing it again. last year A as a big disap'ointment but I feel once I get in the right flame of mind Ill do it" said the smoothstyled wrestlerr from New York. The whole season goes down the drain when you don't win the SECs and I don't want that to happen again." "Granowitz added that. There's no way we should lose it." Senior ISS pounder Jeff Davis has finished third in the tournament the last three years and said, "It's about tine I won it" "I CAME here four years ago with one goal in mind--tn win an SEC championship? III don't do it this year. won't get another chance, and I will have failed in my goal. Anything less than an SEC Lhanipionship seems inconsequential. but I know Sunday morning will come. Heavyweight Mark Totten. from Ohio said. "At the bottom of niy heart I'd rather see florida as champions, and winners of the SEC's rather thn just win myself.' A -by g.o.p kochoolec jr. THEY'RE GOING TO BE MEhiNG UKE THIS .wh.naII *ieSEctnmsputltouilbellne Freshman John Ott. who has wrestled 158. 167. 177, and 2% this year. and who will wrestle I 77 at the SEC's summed up the general feeling of the team when he said.' I'm pretty excited about the SEC's and so is the whole temP I -H U rn -by g.o.g. Iwduolec I'. DE~4DING SEC CHAMP HB'IRY JACKSON TAME ROfIM ItCH OPPONENT FOE RIDE 190 pound senior hope to help UF to their f hit SEC title I 4 ~-~ .1 JUST SITTING AROUND? Move fewed with Peach Coups e~ VISTA. U.ynr college degree me c'en. m.on.nul way. A veer 1*' WTA r2 v-iS it Na. Co.~s will add a un~qoe dim.,.ion Sc your Ii. and Ia *,. lintel *se. yooIi b.helpIng eoc* Cvps and ~STA a0er more tw, 'W Choices ol nlwnw a.Ipm.nh I. te USA. Mnco. MIs. Lalin Aa.nc. 4 I.e Soul, Not Ic lb. pmnnms mm ogilcuiks. b.aM. adtmc.lloe. architects,. .ngIa.~g. law. Ib.rcI ad han.t .Cc.wittict antS C,.ft ~mfr 'lanai educacit and mew otew fteld. SlOg e.usd h.s'e~er. td -N -me*e Ad.e. S. S. ft.te Ceip. VUTA me*wIwn~*~.P.b54Ws&.C.hsited.e Is hs S S. fh.rWe. Gator Ads uNlay 4,' IaN ft ad r~. up-ti. as. a U C -I B

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Pfl. 24. lb. Sc.&flt.wg fl.ede Mli.s.'. Thund.v, f.&qven 27. 1975 Gator net ters beat Furman for first w By KEITH CANNON Alligator Sm Wdfrr Finally favored with sunshine and clear skies, the UF tennis team opened its 1975 season with a 9-0 win over Furman in straight sets. The Ga tort. whose opening game with Valdosta State was rained out Monday. WOfl Iii .onvincing fashion, wrapping it up early with a sweep of the six singles matches. The visiting Paladins had only two rtal shots at winning a set. One of those came in the No. I singles match between the Gators' Juan Din and Furman's Dudley Reynolds. Din won 7-5. but he had to struggle. Ahead 5-4. Din came within a point of breaking service against the Furman senior, but Reynolds Reya took the win to tie the set at 5trouble 5. he coul DAVE PUESSLY wIns 6-2,6-2 INTRANIRALS Friday is sign-up deadline br men's and women doubles tennis. Contact the IM office. 229 florida Gyn~. 392.0581. The UF Lacross Club will play rwo home ganies this weekend. On Saturday. the team will host the club from Pensacola Naval Air Station and Sunday. University of South Florida will be visiting [iF. Both games will be at 2 pm. on Hunie AcId. Specrators arc welcome. Friday is the deadline for signing up for ~ien s in~lependent bowling. Teams conisI ot four members, and ~an1es will be bowled Monday through Friday 4.6 mm. and Monda) ~t q p r" at the I. Wayne Heit, Union lanes. r 14 (INCH ilMirM FCR 89~ it n 4' JUAN DIfl strong second set riolds had in the next ldnt break I seniors serve and Ii game to give Din taking the first and serving in the Reynolds seemed control. But Diaz with some slashing took four straiMht Din in game, but he Tampa ost a deuce a 6-S lead. two points next game. to be in came back drives and points and a 7-5 win in the set. Diaz dominated the second set. raking a 2-I lead and holding Reynolds to one point or less three times for the rest of the way. 6-2 was the second ,et final score. he only other close call br [iF was in Mike Borlings No. 5 singles match against Furnians Phil Hanniond. Boning won the first set 6-I. He ran into trouble in the second sot, tailing behind 4-3, but he won three consecutive games to save a straight-sets victory. in the other singles natches. U Fs Dave Pressly disposed of th I-tall 6-2. 6-2 ii John Kunnen Maddox 6-2. ~lay: freshma downed Jerry Furman 6-2. ,iatch, and Jii a No. 6 'ingl e Paladins Jam No. 2 singles; defeated Jeff 6-2 in No. 3 ii Chap Brown Robinson of -0 in the No. 4 ~, Octeher took les victory over Mark Stone. 6-2. 6-3 Doubles matches saw Din and Pressly (UP) down Reynolds and Robinson 6-4. 6.2; Brown and Borling ItJF) downed Furman's Maddox and Hall 6-3. 6-4; Octeher and Kunnen (UP) defeated Hammond and Stone 6-3, 6-4. DINNER ALL ~Y FOR $1.39 10% S7I3DE~7 DiSE*IAV OPt DAILY I IAM-MIDtIlG#4T ISOSSW 135T 3776361 I J LEWIS J.w CLASS RINGS OUMO4OS WATCH WAJRS 200W. LJnIv.nIty Ave. Sn AIM A Peoples Bank Available In a variety of sizes at a cost of just pennies a day. The P.opbs GAINESVILLE A G.,w.I ~inwc.~ SvS,*rfl* Oak Yes, there are alot of good reasons to quit smoking. t "It V a