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f: By JOE MORAN Plum 4JM, got the call from Doctor's t
f Alligator Staff Writer Memorial Hosital in Perry, which informedhim
r andBRIAN four fraternity brothers had been killed.
JONES "After going out to Perry our first concern
: Alligator Layout Editor was to notify the parents," Plum said Sunday.
Erroneous news'reports in South Florida
t It has been a long 48 hours for the members misidentifying those killed and slowness of
r of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity since a pre- police 'notification of parents compounded
dawn Saturday phone call brought them the confusion. Plum said. '
< grim news that four brothers were dead. PLUM SAID, WHEN HE got a call from
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The four fraternity brothers-Larry Stafford's mother at about 9 a.m.,, "I didn't
Bcrlew. 2UC Homestead;' Jerry Engram, want to tell her that her son had been killed
I UC. Clarksburg Md.; Mark Stafford. 2UC but I knew I had to. %
Del Ray Beach; and Mark Simmons 2UC, "It's the hardest thing I've ever done," ,
Alexandria, Va.-were killed when an empty Plum said.
gasoline truck rammed the flatbed truck they Plum, and others contacted as many of the
were riding in as part of a GainesvilletoTallahassee' 70 fraternity brothers as they could reach : : -, t-:;: -t,1
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charity "run-a-thon. Saturday and told them to call their parents -
FRATERNITY PRESIDENT Mike Plum he said. :
: :said Engram would be buried today in PLUM SAID ALL FOUR of the dead
:, Griffin Ga.. services for Stafford and Berlew brothers were active in house activities. .r'A '
will be held Tuesday in their hometowns and .Simmons was supposed, to participate in the rJ
plans for Simmons' burial had not been madeas Delta Phi Epsilon ice cream eating contest
of Sunday afternoon.A but had the stomach flu and had someone
memorial service for the tour students is replace him. Plum said.
tentatively planned for 5:30: Wednesday Simmons, a business major. was also
afternoon. The location of the service has not captain of one of the two teams of fraternity
yet been decided. members running and had completed his
Eleven Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers who stint as runner within. a half hour of the
were injured in the crash about 4 a.m. accident.
Saturday one and onehalf.mites. north of Statlord, an engineering major,. was the
Perry have been treated and released from fraternity's secretary and was acting as ..
hospitals but "little sister" Kathy Mayer EI1 ram's "big brother" during the latter's

I IUC,, remains unconscious in 'Tallahassee'Memorial pledge period.ENGRAM '.. t .
Hosital with her skull fractured: A FRESHMAN PLEDGE, ran
A FRATERNITY BROTHER ,WHO had during the second quadrant of the "run-a-
just returned from the hospital in Tallahasseesaid thou:" between (6 and 12 Friday night, but
Mayer is no longer listed in critical !stayed on with the other runners in the truck. ,
condition, but has still not been able to speakor Engram also an engineering major was
open her ev.es. enrolled in the Air Force ROTC program; -J -
Mayer was initiated as a little sister last Berlew. a building construction major, was
week.William in ,Navy ROTC.
Sipala,who received pelvic injuriesin AS THE FLAGS IN FRONT of the modern
the crash, remained hospitalized Sunday brick fraternity flew at half mast ,Sunday
afternoon but is expected to be released Stafford's relatives removed' the deceased d n #sLgh ,.
Monday or Tuesday. !sophomore's personal effects from his room.
.z. THE USUALLY BUSTLING Sigma PbiEpsilon The injured fraternity brothers who live in
,: house at 5 Fraternity Row was at the house had returned by Sunday afternoon
photo by lohn moron
i hushed Sunday as brothers waited for news of and were resting in their rooms. Plum
any improvement in Mayer's condition or said.

'" listlessly thumbed through Sunday' newspaper 'Hie drh'er.of the Phillips-66 gasoline FLAGS FLY HALF MAST AT S L accounts of the tragedy. .'
Saturday accident killed four brothersc
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I W.Berlin elects kidnaped candidateBERLIN




Social Democrats, led by Incumbent Mayor
(UPI) West Berliner elected Peter Loren plurality and mandate to form a )government.loreii Ihe Klaus
and Xchuetgot only 42 per cent of the \ote. The party has ruled
mayor Sunday three days after leftist guerillas kidnaped him. / campaigned) on a law-and-orderplatform )
of World War II.
end
even while government officials tried to gain his release. warned against any accommodation with leftist radicals. West Berlin, since the

The government gave in to the demands of the kidnapers
While officials counted the rotes. two male and two female Voters elected I 133 persons to a House of Deputies which
:and Hew four jailed Anarchists to Frankfurt Airport on the
first leg) of an international escape (light. anarchists were flown to Frankfurt from their prisons in "Il I.'iallv'hooses the new mayor. As the largest party in the'

THE 7.DF television network said a computer projectionbased Bavaria: and West Berlin. new house, the Christian Democrats have first right to try to

on returns available one hour after the polls closed FORMER WEST Berlin Mayor Heinrich Albertz. who was lorm coalition government and as leader of the party.

showed the Christian Democrats, led by Lorenz. had won asked. by.the kidnapers to!serve as voluntary hostage aboardthe Lorenz is also automatically its candidate for mayor or head

about 45 per cent of the vote giving them an electoral final (light, accompanied the women to.Frankfurt.The of the new )government.:

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Official : Cambodia reserves monday,ALLAN ,. CENCLER


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airlifted food for soldiers

kills four
1 PHNOM PEHN (UPI) -The Cambodian government has Cambodian government source said Lon Nol also Sniper

ordered all nee; carried into Phnom Penh by the American ordered military police! to raid city markets to pick up black
airlift. withheld from starving civilians and given only to the market American rice sold by the soldiers but police have solar with mail order rifle
military senior! official said Sunday. i ignored that order for fear of food riots.
The decision Thursday by President Lon Not) meant there Most! of the estimated 60,000 destitute refugees in SMIIH RIVI-R. ('ulil: (UPI)) -,A gunman; Sunday un-

was no relief in sight i for starving residents of the besieged government: camps. have to depend on their own wits to Iwxed a mail: order rifle walked onto the balcony of the Ship
capital who have been unable to obtain provisions since the obtain food. Ashore Resort Motel and shot at least six persons fatally

fleet markets closed. The director of one of the city's largest! camps housed in a wounding four.
Social workers confirmed that with the exception of some halt, =finished luxury hotel said in an interview: Names of the victims were unavailable.
camps run by American volunteers even penniless refugees in "Only the children here(about 1.000))get food. They receive A massive manhunt for the sniper was underway in the
Phnom Penh were being denied the airlifted American rice. .a bowl of thin vegetable soup six days a week." No adults are wooded area along Highway 101. some live miles south of the
'I hey'said deaths resulting from starvation were increasing given: food and no rice is available to feed the 5.000 persons in Oregon\ state line. _
daily. his camp he said. Details of the incident were sketchy and the Del Norte

'ounty Shi-rill's Office had no immediate comment except to
say all available law enforcement authorities were thrown into
I Veto showdown may not come the manhunt.


WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress will lose a chance to take the next steps-do the deferral" Lynn said on ABC-TV's Kidnaped guards released/

prove it is"veto: proof this week if President Ford decides to "Issues and Answers: "

compromise on the oil tariff issue. With'' the recent White House policy change, a veto SHHLTON. Conn. (UPI)) Three workers kidnaped by
This became more apparent after the Sunday announcement showdown seems less and less likely-a ritual veto overridevote three men who claimed responsibility for destroying a sponge
by James T. Lynn director of the Office of in the House perhaps followed by no action or an unsuccessful rubber factory here in a Saturday night tire were relased
Management and Budget that President Ford might be override attempt in the Senate. unharmed early Sunday.An .
willing to drop the next two SI I increases in the tariffs on FORD'S CHANGE in outlook began Friday when he FBI spokesman said one of the three kidnapers told the

imported oil. discussed I possible areas of compromise on energy policy with three workers they were from an underground revolutionarygroup
LYNN SAID Ford' will decide during the coming week Congressional leaders.He but the spokesman expressed doubt about the claim
whether he could compromise with Congress on the energy indicated he might sweeten.his impending veto of a bill and said "We just don't know."

pro rant. that would delay his oil import tariffs for 90 days by volun- The guards.handcuffed and blindfolded were released
"I. think the question is whether or not things have tarily delaying part of the tariff program for two months. unharmed in a wooded area 'nearby after the explosion.
proceeded to a point where the President may properly in that Ford spent the weekend at Camp David considering this Physical damage to the plant was estimated at between $6
spirit of cooperation and in the spirit of getting Congress to option and other areas of possible energy policy compromise. millhn and $10 million.
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Optional linen service


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LINDA WISNIEWSKI a housing questionnaire affirmatively actually decide to use
Alligator Staff WriterA the linen service. -
On April 1 I. when continuing residence forms are mailed,
proposal by Housing Director James Hennessey will students will be able to check either "yes" or "no" if they
make linen service optional for UF students' living on-campus. want to continue receiving their linens from the linen service,
This may offset rent hikes this fall. he said.
The proposed rent increase for non-airconditioned dorms is Students who do decide to get linens will have a receipt on
per quarter, according to Jack Mata, director of residence life tile at the linen office so they can pick up their linens Peet
for east campus.If .
a student living in a non-airconditioned dorm decides not said.The voluntary linen service will begin on Sept. 1 for the fall
to use the linen service, that student will not pay more rent quarter Peet said.
next year Mata said. Transfer and incoming freshmen students "will also receivea
The proposed rent increase for: airconditioned dorms is $20 communication pertaining to the voluntary linen service"
per quarter. If a student living there decides not to use the he said.
linen service, he will have a $10 rent increase rather than a Although "the final details" of the proposal have not been
$20 increase. Mata said. worked out Peet said the proposal would allow students who
According to Leonard Peet, Division of Housing business want the linen service: to pay for the service by the quarter,
manager, the proposal was sent to Vice President of Student rather than it being included in the rent.
Affairs Arthur Sandeen on Wednesday. The proposal allows a student to pay $13 per quarter for
d Peet expects Sandeen will take action on the proposal linen service, $26 for two quarters, $36 for three quarters, and
tS "within a week." $46 for four quarters, Peet said.
"I don't" see any problems. in getting the proposal approved "Obviously, it's cheaper for a student to get the linen
photo by orTc estrin he said. service tor three quarters, rather than one. That's because it's
The housing office expects to save approximately $190,000per cheaper for us(housing office)to do the linens' he said.
LINEN PICK-UP year from the reduced linen services, Peet said. It will save The proposal was developed by Hennessey with help from
may be optional In fall this amount if 40 per cent of the 3.935 students who answered the entire housing staff, Peet said.


Butler's decisiBy on sparks race


RENA EPSTEIN last April, said he expects to decide whether he will run within
Alligator Staff Writer the next three days.
However, the 33-year-old landscaper said he is "leaning
Several prospective candidates for the two vacant citycommission toward go," but he is trying to learn what other: possible
seats have announced their plans about whether candidates are doing.
they will seek the position following the announcement Fridayby Cynthia Moore, a member of the Alachua County Women's
Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler that'he won't Political Caucus, had considered running for office, but she
seek an unprecedented third term. now says she will not seek the post.
Controversy arose recently about whether Butler was SHE SAID HER. DECISION was made independent of
eligible to run for a third term, because the city charter Butler's announcement not to run and added it was too earlyto
restricts commissioners to two consecutive terms. say who she would support..
BUTLER RESIGNED IN 1972, one month before the city Only three people have formally announced their intentionsto
elections. He was unaware his civil rights had not been run for the two vacant city commission seats.
restored after a 1959 felony conviction for mail em- Incumbent Commissioner Joe Little, who announced his
bezzlement. Therefore. Butler was not a qualified elector as candidacy on Jan. 20, said he was making his announcement
he swore he was when he otlicialy became a commission early to give others a chance to make their political plans. F
candidate in 1969. UF maintenance electrician Jim Hyland, who has also
The right to run and hold office was included in those civil announced his candidacy, has not decided which seat he
rights so Butler resigned. His rights were restored three would seek. .--. -.-:..--.-
months after his resignation. Butler ran and won la com- The most recent announcement was made about three photo by george kochanioc I jr.
mission seat in 1972. weeks ago by former Mayor-Commissioner T.E. "Ted" NEIL BUTLER ,
Although Butler argued that the one-month gap kept his Williams. ,won't seek third term
terms from being respective, Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin informally -

PERSONALLY indicated his disagreement.I'M convinced my. eligibility would, be Extra funds for women's sports ? I

upheld, but it would be devisive campaigning" Butler said at
an 8 a.m. press conference. ,
However. Butler does not intend to remain "politically By DEBBIE IBERT revenue-producing sports exempted from the regulations.Some .
neutral." Alligator Staff Writer university athletic spokesmen have even said that
He said he and his supporters could "easily support a dozen Title IX could mean' the end to big-time college athletics, if
black and white candidates in the community" but as,of yet they are forced to spend equally for women.
have made final decision. Regulations against sex discrimination in intercollegiate UF Athletics Director Ray Graves disagreed.
no
,athletics may offer women's sports at UF a bigger slice of the "1 DON'T THINK THESE regulations will ,seriously
athletic funding pie. 'hamper intercollegiate athletics" Graves said. "Both men's
The new guidelines mean men's programs will "no doubt" and women's programs may have to give somewhere and
'I'm personally convinced my have to start giving more of their share of the athletic budgetover make compromises."
to women's sports, according to women's physical Graves said the athletic department might have to limit the
elegiblliiy would be upheld but H education Chairman Dr. Ruth Alexander. number of scholarships given out in both programs.
would be devisive "WE DONT,KNOW YET whether the programs would Title IX says if an institution has separate men's and
campaigning.. have to be funded comparably.or on,a dollar for dollar basis," women's teams it may not discriminate against either in the
she added. provision of necessary equipment and supplies. But equal,
-Gainesville Mayor Neil I Butler The regulations signed Friday by Health. Education and dollar for dollar funding for both programs is riot required.
Welfare Secretary Casper Weinberger* will broaden op- ALEXANDER SAID SHE'D like to see "a women's
portunities for women in, educational institutions across the program comparable to the men's, according to women's
- '.0 BUTLER NOW IS EYING further political ambitions and nation. needs and interests.",
said he may consider running for county mayor if unification 'The HEW regulations must still be approved by President Alexander said she hoped two main problems in' the
between city and county government is accomplished.Since 'Gerald Ford. They provide educational institutions with'three women's athletic program-"a facilities crunch and lack of
Butler announced his decision not to, run several to five years to accomplish the necessary changes in athletic scholarship funds"-would be eased by the equal opportunity
persons have announced whether or not they will seek a seat programs. regulations.THE .
on the city commission. PART OF THE EDUCATION Amendments Act passed in WOMEN'S ATHLETIC program requested $16,000
Defeated County Commissioner G.M. Davis said he is 1972. the proposed guidelines forbid sexual discrimination in ,Jar scholarship funds next year, she said. Up until last year,
seriously considering running for the open seat that wilt be all educational programs and activities'which receive federal no scholarships.at all were offered by the program.:
left by Butler.. funding assistance.The Graves indicated he expected the number of men's
HE SAID HE WILL make his announcement this week. regulations, known as Title IX. cover admissions and scholarships which totalled $650,000 this year, to be cut backas
Although he has not made a formal announcement, former recruitment, for universities and, graduate or professional the women's were increased.
city commissioner Courtland Collier said he "probably won'trun. colleges.:: "Money will become a problem," he said. "We hope to
." Title IX also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in fund both men's and women's programs, so they can be-
The UF engineering professor said. "1 would much rather the area of housing financial and employment assistance, competitive with other programs in the state."
work for some well-qualified person.. It is a very demandingjob health 'and insurance services, and athletics. Because the athletic department operates on a fixed 'income -
and.I will probably support Joe Little Al Muzzell or one EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR women in athletics has additional funds for women's sports will have to come
or two others." drawn the most controversy. The National Collegiate Athletic from cutting the department's budget someplace else, Graves
AL MUZZELL, WHO LOST his first city commission bid Association has attempted unsuccessfully to have major explained.



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STUART EMMRICH pick up the investigation) where they left oft: even if the injunction 1952 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247
Alligator Staff Writer was lifted now and added some of the power the
Honor Court had when the investigation first started was MICHAEL GEISON
With only two weeks left in the quarter and final exams ,probably lost.
coming up. UF administrators and Honor Court officials say KNOX SAID his main worry was that the Honor Court is still the
they doubt the investigation into cheating in the College of would not be able to complete the investigation and would
Business Administration will be able to go much further. for end up letting some guilty students go free. so'ith's'! most
The breakdown in the investigation and the uncertain
now.Although both groups say they expect the investigation to future of any action was ",ery frustrating." Knox said. skilled voqi Inn .

be continued next quarter, the effectiveness of any future "You put a whole quarter's work into something only to see vnqa, fpirhnrLEARN *L.
action will probably depend on pending litigation against the it disappear" he explained.A .
dosed Honor Court hearings and a court injunction FACT FINDING task force made up of 15 students and
preventing those hearings from being held. eight faculty advisors, created to take over the investigation of FROM
TilE INJUNCTION, issued Feb. 7 by Circuit Court Judge mass cheating in the business college was suggested to UF
K.A. Greene, has prevented adjudication of most of the 63 administrators by Paul Marmish last week. THE BEST. c '
students charged with cheating offenses by the Honor Court "A well organized task torce could wipe it (the cheating)
but court officials say it has also done much more. out. lithe administration threw its total resources behind the
Former Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish, who resigned his task torce it could really )go and wipe out this. thing" Mar
position Thursday said the injunction stopped the investigation mish said. 378-9609
from continuing effectively because students and Knox said he favored the idea of a task force made up of
professors were no longer coming in to volunteer information. students and (faculty members to do the investigation and let
UF has appealed the injunction so that the proceedingscould the Honor Court handle the judicial proceedings.
continue until a court decision can be reached on HE SAID the "psychological impact" that the task force
whether the trials and hearings should legally be open or was working, and had the powers of the administration r
I closed but no date on the appeal has been set. behind them would cause more students and professors to
MEANWHILE the Honor Court investigation under new cooperate and volunteer information.But 'i
Atty. Gen. Scott Knox and Special Prosecutor Jose Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said '.4"/
I Rodriguez, has slowed almost to a halt. Sunday the investigation would be left in the Honor Court
I Rodriguez, who took over the investigation Friday said he until other court officials came to tell him they did not. feel 9
i is basically trying to familiarize himself with past actions of they could handle the investigation longer.
the investigation and the prosecution staff. Sandeen said there is a possibility the administration might
I Rodriguez said he didn't expect to accomplish too much someday have to take over the investigation, but said that
this quarter and was more concerned about the "long range;' would occur only if there was no other choice.
aspects of the investigation. "THE UNIVERSITY is going to retain its academic in
KNOX, who has worked on the cheating investigationalmost tegrity. We will take over the whole thing if that is the thing to
all quarter, said he was "frustrated" over the inabilityof do but we don't feel that will happen" Sandeen said. LEND A HAND
the investigation to continue effectively since the injunctionwent Marmish said he was disappointed that the task force
into effect. proposal was not accepted and added the future of the investigation -
"The injunction took our momentum away, people didn't would depend on the "attitude of the ad
know what to do. The injunction disrupted everything." Knox ministration."The MAKE A FRIEND
explained.Knox administration has been very, very helpful, but it is
said he doubted the Honor Court would be able to time tor them to act," Marmish said.




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GARY BALANOFF if he in collective probably let the hearings continue. letter among UF'
position participated the hearings delayed this week, which to
don't
"We want
Alligator Staff WriterA bargaining.The) has excluded Carpenter said. "We want to get the job indicate support chair-
Regents position as
persons
motion for injunctive relief tiled by the chairpersons from collective bargaining done.
would delay employes.
American Association of 'University because they consider the' position a Filing an unfair labor practice "The surest
scheduled to begin to
Professors (AAUP-Fla.) was turned down by management post. the formal hearings is to ,
stagnate as
Public Employes Relations Commission However, until the commission decides the March 10 in Tallahassee. in
(PERC) Chairman Charles Freeman Thur size of the bargaining unit or units chair CARPENTER SAID AAUP-Fla. might! win manager an
their that chairpersons should be but implement administrator
union point
sday. persons continue to participate in
AAUP-Fla. had tiled the motion in an activities. allowed to participate in collective bargaining who thatdepartment's

effort to force PERC to inform department THE MOVE BY FREEMAN on the part of in the regular hearings.The major
chairpersons they could still participate in PERC left AAUP-Fla. with two alternatives. hearings will determine size of university, the
collective bargaining activities. They can either tile an unfair labor practice bargaining unit or units, after which an "We hope unit

THE BOARD OF REGENTS sent a letterto !suit against) the Regents or allow the formal election will be conducted to determine whichof determination, will
a University of North Florida administrator collective bargaining hearings to continue as the unions will become collective not be designated
for the state's faculty or no instead as vital (State
bargaining agent
informing him one of the planned.Dr. ,
department chairmen at the Jacksonville Ron Carpenter vice chairman of the agent is selected. University System) even

school would not be able to continue in his AAUP-Fla., said Sunday his union would Carpenter said AAUP-Fla. will circulate a greater academic ": f 1 .
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nine univerisities attended a meeting of the
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problems at their schools including the
proposed tuition hike for next year and An estimated 500 people walked or Butler; Miami Dolphin Nat Moore; The 20 mile

allocations of activity and service fee monies. biked to raise money for retarded members of UF's football team; began and .

citizens in Saturday's Hike-Bike sororities and fraternities; UF assistant

TilE FLORIDA STUDENT LOBBY, a .sponsored by Inter-Frotemity Council football coach Jimmy Dunn; local Money '

newly formed organization designed to and UF Athletics. students; and children from Sunland sponsors will Capitol.:0.
provide a central lobbying center for the
Participants included Mayor Neil Training Center Association for
.
!students in the state was also discussed.A

tuition structure proposed by the Florida Arbritratioh is set up for small I

Board of Regents, which would raise the cost

for courses from $13 to $14 and $15 per credit JEREMIAH TURNER disputes under less formal procedures than tried in a city as Lobeck
hour came under fire from the senators. Alligator Staff Writer those afforded by regular court procedures.
said.The
THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS are new four

Their biggest criticism of the proposal was swamped with cases, according to"Dan months from 1 I time
that it would lower the activity and service fee The Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Lobeck Student Government Secretary of its efficiency "We're

charge for students from $2.27 to $2.04 per voted Thursday to set up a consumer-business Consumer Affairs. going to see if it's group
credit hour. arbitration system enabling local consumers "Judge Emory Cross the presiding judge, and try to the
and business to settle disagreements without usually has only five minutes available for trial period" he

THE SENATORS ARGUED THAT the going to small claims court. each case," he added.It Lobeck is

decrease in activity fee funds would result in The system will give consumers or is hoped the new arbitration system will to counsel any con
the loss important programs and that if the businessmen the option of choosing from a ease some of the burden of the current volumeof sidering either arbitration
tuition was going to be raised the activity fee list of volunteer lawyers supplied by the local cases. Lobeck said. board

charge should also be raised not lowered. bar' association rather than going to .small "NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND "They would student
claims court. DENVER currently have arbitration boardsin decide which ," he
This would offer the advantage of settling operation but the system has never been said.
The senators also criticized certain aspectsof

the Florida Student Lobby, particularly the

voting procedure of the board of directors. Funding


The lobby, which would be funded from
activity fees from each state university would
be run by a board comprised of each student 1 (from page one) Atlantic University and Florida International out that you it's
body president at the member universities. University-"generally speaking" do not less expensive to be
have graduate teaching assistants either, educating ,"
THE VOTERS OF THE BOARD wouldnot "should be ,more highly structured" as a cost- Harris said and therefore have less flexibility.. Harris said.
based formula would be. Harris said. ANOTHER PROBLEM with the cost. State ,
be equal, but would be weighted according Rep.
to the population of each school. BUT, HE SAID, more flexibility .on "a based formula is "you end up enticing said he had it
local level" is still needed."It students into low-cost courses," said Harris, (formula funding)
is quite clear toe have some serious and degree that
The president of UF would have three programs" are not really The' problem, of
problems because the institutions are not all "career oriented.
votes the presidents of Florida State creating "the ; cost so
the same." and do not all have the sameflexibility. "It's a great theory but you have to watch that
University and,South, Florida would have two Harris said. you increase
and the other presidents would each have one.
Flexibility, in terms of hothe money is' Deaths I
distributed after it is allocated varies with
TIle funding of the lobby would also be Florida's universities. Harris said.

proportionate to the enrollment of each FOR INSTANCE, when the universities are
!schoolith 10 cents charged for each funded according to the number of fulltime
The officer been
student. !students, the current funding formula assignsa (from page one) ringing off the with

certain number of teaching positions at a tanker which rammed the truck full of callers the
The senators argued that the voting systemwas certain salary. runners 59 year-old Leo Parker of Perry, said accident
: inequitable and every school should have How those positions are filled depends on Sunday he had been told by legal counsel not The dead and taking
one vote. the flexibility of the individual institution.At to discuss the accident.AN in
part a -
a university like UF. some- of those OFFICER AT THE Perry Florida to Tallahassee Heart
.A resolution was passed. with only UF's positions might be filled with graduate t Highway Patrol Station said Sunday the Association. to

representative Sue Cline casting the opposing teaching assistants.But patrol was not ,notified the charity runners Local $1,000
\ote. that the state Council of Student Body the four Florida universities that do not would be in the area but even if they had to the Heart thon,"
Presidents revise the voting procedure in favor have lower didsionsUn'ersity of North been notified the patrol probably wouldn't which on

of. an equal tote system. Florida. University of West Florida. _Florida: have provided escort. the steps was of to the


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.Natural Vitamins, Minerals
Herbs, Dairy Products FOOD Blumcnson a professor of history at the Citadel.
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7 We* UnlvenHy Ave. Downtown Village Square Blumenson who is one of America's foremost authoritieson
Colnewllle. Florida Phone 371- W7I 2409 SW 13th St 377.5151ALL the history of World War II. is the author of the recently
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Breakout and Pursuit a volume in the series United States
11 PROGRAMS IN Army in World War II.
Blumenson's appearance is being sponsored by the History
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SAMSON WILL BE OPEN TO Functions.


NEW VOLUNTEERS AT THE Public TV highlightedSpecial

programming to give viewers an idea of the
possibilities of public television is the highlight of Public
BEGINNING OF SPRING QUARTER.. Television Awareness Days on WUFT, channel five.
Gov. Reubin Askew proclaimed Public Television
C Awareness Days March 7-17 to inform Florida citizens of
"the wide perspective of cultural educational and public
interest affairs programming available through public
television.The .
.'- ':" : '::.:. :"'''''y", programming scheduled on WUFT for this period is
titled "Festive! '75" and will be in addition to most of
WUFT's regular programming.Shows .
Call the Samson office at 392-1608 for more information. include folk singer Joan Baez a documentary on the
Nazi "master race" breeding camps of the 1930s and a one-
man show of attorney Clarence Darrow's life portrayed by
Henry Fonda.


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By STEVE PROCKO
Alligator Staff Writer
looking for a :it' ,:: '
AQUARIUM SOCIETY! will hold its monthly meeting
tonight at 7:45 in the Doyle Conner Bldg. A slide show will be
jwaytogetx : featured.
+ PATTON"The Man of Many Faces"will be the topic of the
.x talk by Martin Blumenson, author of The Patton Papers: ,

yours .. ., tonight at 8 in Bryan Auditorium.
l- BLOCK AND BRIDLE will meet tonight at 7 in McCarty
Hall room G086. Guest speaker will be Dr. David Hammellof
oo the Suwannee Experiment Station.
HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 in Florida Gym room
00 0 220.,This meeting is mandatory for those going on the Smoky
Mountain trip. For further information call 3775322.
ENGINEERING DAMES: will meet Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Richard Fluck; 1400 NW 35 Terrace. For
further information call 373-3887. .
DOMINO'SCAN SPELUNKERS the Florida Speleological Society will meet
Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall room 215. For further information
call 378-6144.
PRE-VET: club will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the
Mechanical Engineering Bldg.,room 211. Speaker will be Dr.
Lyle on Equine medicine.
EAG:will meet Wednesday 7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz
Union room 362.This is the last meeting of the quarter for
HELPCAMPUS further information call 3921635.
IEEE STUDENT BRANCH MEETING: will be held
Wednesday at 3:30: p.m. in Larsen Hall room 330. For
further information call 3927555.
THE LAST TEN DAYS": a German movie with English
subtitles will be shown Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in AFA 105B.
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noble' things, not dream them, .all

day long;

And so make Life, and Death, and

that For Ever

One grand sweet song. ( ( )



-Charles Kingsley, from "A Farewell"

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SORRV rr HAPPENED, FELUA9. THEY NEEP MORE OF OUR KIND DOW THERE/


It is the ultimate failure language and the

deepest sorrow of those who practice its craft -:

that toward the expression of the things that
: of the UC laugh
matter most words are as useless as motions of Mystery

regret. .

The senseless deaths of four young men, Tuesday, Feb. 3. 1983 (Just imagine)

surrounded by circumstances of sheer nobility, I GOT A MESSAGE from Tom. It seems he'd been ( SUTHERLAND)
DAVID
speak a message only the heart can decipher. hanging 'Big Brother' posters on Little Hall.and overheard
!something that made him believe the morale of the University
And it is the irony of the senselessly
College Faculty was getting better. I had to investigate.
technological time in which they lived that four UF I rushed over to my office at the Insignificant Third World 85 dollar silver sneakers: the three hour paint job on her face
students killed in accident while bottomed off a SSU tee-shirt with her name on back.
were a highway I Reptile to grab some paper and a pic-clicker from the camera by
+ carrying a message as old as human history: pool. I told Zen to hold the press and I'd have an exclusive for Yeah. I knew where she came from. I struck up a con-

Today we mourn the deaths of Larry Berlew, him in an hour. He'd wait. versation. "
As soon as we got outside the pic-clicker started on me with "How was it being Homecoming Queen? I shifted as I
Jerry Engram, Mark Stafford, and Mark Sim-
lots of questions. I told her there's no time to waste, we had to spoke.
mons, who died Saturday on a mission of charity
rush Little Hall. While rushing I a
over to we were got
HER EYES LIT up and she put on a big sweet smile like
sponsored by their fraternity.We glimpse of her and remembered who she was. It was Betty
waS.tandin' in front of T.V.
she a camera.
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pray for the swift and full recovery of Kathy Lou Star, the Homecoming Queen from the year before. Just "The experience was most rewarding, for me and others.
William in the what I needed. A Sicky Sicky Upchuck (SSU) sorority sister.
Mayer and Sipala, seriously injured We visited orphanages and old folks homes where I felt as
same accident. And we are grateful the nine other I FOUND TOM standing by the 'Soul Shack' at Little Halloin' though I were shedding light into the lives of, those in a
down hard fried chicken I asked where he'dgotten
students i injured were not seriously hurt. on a leg. darkness of misfortune. There( is so much to be done in the
the scoop and he said that he'd been hanging a 'Big "
To the families of the four dead students we world Everyone should love. .
I looked for an 'on-otT volume' button as she kept on but
offer our sincerest sympathies, as we offer them to
soon the door opened and we heard laughter drifting down
their brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.We [ SATIRE ] the hall. We followed the laughing to its point of origin.
would suggest that their mission carryingsome Room 349A. Inside the laughter continued and there was a

$900 in Heart Fund pledges to Tallahasseewas peculiar hissing noise. The door was locked. I tried to figureout

not. and could not, be cut short by even the a way to open it when Betty the Homecoming Queen
momentous tragedy that struck it. Brother poster by a third floor bathroom window when he'd suggested knocking. Bright girl. -
heard laughter. A WOMAN WRAPPED in a towel opened the door.and
For that mission spoke and will always speak of Laughter. That set me back a step. Nobody laughed at .inside there were several men.and another woman in towels
+. the finest things human beings have to offer: the U.C Not since 1968. waiting to enter what appeared to be a shower.

compassion of charity Shakespeare's quality of I was skeptical. I hadn't trusted Tom since I'd found out From the other end of the hall a flip-flopped towel wrappedDr.

mercy, that is never strained. that he'd voted for Big Brother in the last election. But my B.B. Bruin came.. I asked what gave. -
faith was soon restored when we heard another laugh from the "Oh!" Big Bob beamed, "all this? Well ever since the
That they dared do noble things, end in so doing
window.I utility company rationed our home water supplies,we started
were lost to us should stir in those of us content to MADE A PATH for the elevator. I was hoping to find taking our showers here. Now it's just like a regular get

merely dream of grand deeds a song yet sweet, yet where the laughter was coming from before it stopped. together. Hi June. That's June Sparks Humanities? Kinda
sad. yet hopeful.And Inside the elevator we caught our breath. The ride would nice huh? I've written a little slogan we use. 'The faculty that

if we have failed as miserably as we feel we take ot least live minutes now that they'd rationed energy on showers together, hmmm, flowers together?"
campus.. It gave me time to check out this Homecoming WITH THAT they all started giggling again. Queen Betty
have in trying to voice our sorrow, we believe they Queen J photographer. !started blushing. I took her out of there and couldn't help but

would understand. I knew where she was at. It was written all over her. Those think,,'If only they'd thought of that back in '75.'

Because it is part of their message, too, that the

essence of nobility is not in attainment but in

earnest striving. The Independent Dovid Smith. Tern wood

Editor-ln.chief Managing Editor'Florida

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For the last several weeks, days have been "
EDITOR: my reputation of this university and the of \iolaters undetected will
credibility degrees proceeding through/ to graduation .
the discovery of a cheating ring in the Business .
brightened by granted by the Business school: 200 convictions in closed cast a shadow of doubt over each business student. "*
school and the subsequent predictable Alligator response of hearings, or open hearings in hich no action is taken? FUTHERMORE, WE must not forget the right ofaccused
muckrakers'.
muckraking the BY ENROLLING in this university, we all agreed to'the iolaters. Until found guilty their rights are of the utmost,
MANY-don't find this funny, I felt I
ALTHOUGH could principle that on certain issues, the Honor Court would importance. With open hearings, it is quite possible for an
afford to (I'm in Arts -& Sciences). Recent developments, determine the penalty. I have always assumed, however, that innocent person to be accused of unethical conduct before
however, threaten to carry implications far beyond this inNestigation. only a court of law could publicly brand me guilty of a crime I 28.000 people. Even if found innocent. that individual's
It's time to stop giggling.On an now asked to surrender that right to a quasi-judicial-. reputation and possibly future business opportunities in this
Feb 25, Gary Balanoff gave a 'reporters response' as to administrative body. !state may be irreparably damaged./
why the Alligator was pursuing open hearings His attemptwas In other words 1 recognize the light of this University to I sincerely question the entice disciplinary structure of this
admirable, but he unfortunately addressed himself to a take academic sanctions against me as it sees fit. But I university and the honor system in particular. Given the
very limited area. He addressed the idea of publicizing the question the propriety of such a body informing 28,000 people system we have, however, closed hearings appear to be the
names of the cheaters. I don't agree with his analysis, but thatis through the Alligator alone' that I am morally corr pt. I only alternative to halting the process entirely. '
irrelevant. What is relevant are the unanswered questions.What would think carefully before I gave a student court the'same IN YOUR GUSTO in protecting student rights, you are
will be the effect of the opening these hearings? If power to damage a person's reputation as we give to our destroying some important ones. Please Mr. Balanoff, answer
you were a complainant, would. you want to testify in an open governmental! courts. these questions too. They ''are a little tougher than the ones
proceeding? If the open hearing will indeed keep witnessesaway Mr. BalanofTs final question was .an important one. you answered. I probably won't agree with your response, but
(amazing! how many people dislike being called a "Whose rights are /going to be protected?" Surely not those at least show me you have given this more thought than just
squealer over an issue' like cheating) the investigation will business students who didn't cheat: without Honor Court what a nice story a trial makes.
have been effectively killed. Which is more damaging to the action, there will be little done. Common knowledge of 200 Simon M. Harrison 4AS



/. ODK evaluations

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EDITOR During the scores, earned by professorsas

.... .. ,:: : : current pre-registration favorable reactions, were
..1] 1IIIIItI'I'\iIiti ; ,;j1., period O.D.K. is again matched with items which

II> t.;, distributing its printed reporton !score in the other direction.
t
.11; 't-. ,' Course and Teacher If any student has won
"""',";<1,?."...I Evaluation.The dered how it could be that the

f .I,,,-I' ,) .. .. Colleges/ of Arts and students in a course who
Sciences Journalism and the
t III ., thought professor was
,f Communications, and Architecture enthusiastic concerned about

,r .. ..,"... and Fine Arts have students, intellectually
.. been using/ the same form. !stimulating, etc. could, at the
The O.D.K., informationsheet same time, think his course
shows ten questionsfrom organization/ was lousy and
this form. overwhelmingly report that
The trouble, though, is that they hated /going to class thisis
O.D.K gave the wrong how it happened.
answers to nine of the ten I have some advice for
questions. Only the first one, students in Arts and Sciences,
dealing with instructor's Journalism and Com
enthusiasm, happens to be munications, and Architecture
correct. I don't know how it and Fine Arts.
happened but somehow Throw the sheet away; it's no
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'4" '),,.' .' whoever did this down
'eo copied help to you.
.
< :: ." ',- 1.f\1I. the wrong responses for each I have some advice tor
nm of the other nine. O.D.K.:, Each time thus far
In some cases the these printout sheets have.
responses are the reverse of been distributed they have
what is printed. To such a been tilled' with errors,
question as, "The instructor although this is the worst yet.
A few covered material too rapidly"" Either get on the ball and do
counterpoints THAT'S WRIGHT the favorable answer is for it right, or quit cluttering up
students to disagree, which in the campus with stacks of \
the scoring system, yields a useless paper.
EDITOR This response is professional or graduate high score. When the
addressed to Miachael A. !school. questions got all mixed up Joseph S. Vandiver

Pyles. I have never read such J The I high ideals you seta .. .. somehow, some of these high, .. Professor Sociology1h.lnd.p.nden ..
immature-and unrealistic tor every person are fine if no .
new of the world as the one he one cares about how they are
presents going to make a living.
lo be more specific. Mr. 4 One's life is made and
Pyles offers six points to lead fabricated in college. /. :. ;; ..
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a healthier not bestowed, .
and happier life. 5 Grades are 1 1
Counterpoint ''J I We (one they are earned. ;;:, :
should only speak for himself) 'b Our system only allows P s sr ,'
arc not here in this institution us to be forgiven once for any ,. ;',.\'
only to absorb information. live hour course. :
Learning to me i is' only an This letter is not an ad. n :
incidental process in JcttinJ'ocation of cheating just a :
through, this system. reminder that there are some
,2 Grades ate not relative \'ery. good reasons 'for it. To:
d'Nerentials.' They are the look at it in some other ways is
'substance' of one's record, simply unrealistic. .-
'hey are one's admittance or J John David Kelner

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Visit Big Daddy's "Where,You're BILBO ft CANDALFS win es COUNTRY KITCHEN Is now
cooking.
breads fruits. Mon. serving home country
Never Alone. Three locations: cht s s lunch
Lamplighter, Cln City and The Sat.7 pm till? Wooden music all Breakfast specials $1.25 At; theGainesville
Alibi. week. Happy Hour Mon ft Fri 4-7 specials $2.00.
a v"Z Livestock Mantel N.
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pm. A'splendid
guaranteed for all. 2300 NW 6 441 372.6219
SNUFFY'S pub style lunches ST. 377.9890
Imported beer&fine wine, enjoy
+ s tTtR + ALLEN'S GATOR HAUS Eat-in,
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our famous Snuffy Burger at 1017 lleJl1\UQ/\t11j'\ \ Take-out, have It delivered.
W. UniversityFor
Enjoy our food (and beer or

wine) any way you wont. 377-
beer, wines, kegs, and i ce JOE'S DEL has an offer you can'trefuse. 6510.
Super lunch specials for
come to GATOR BEVERAGES,
2003 SW 13th SI. Open 10 am to only $1.25. Over 50 sandwiches
12 to choose from at 1515 SW 13 ST. The Sunshine Juice Bar 1228
pm. West Univ. 376-2139 serving

For something new In a dinn.rrestaurant DOMINO'S PIZZA FREE homemade soups salads sandwiches -
try the pub In the DELIVERY. Eastside 376-3317, juices smoothies and
UNIVERSITY INN, 1901 SW 13th Campus 376-2487.. Westside 378- baked goods Open 10.30-5:30: :
Phone 3726333. 2415. 11-4:00 Sot.




The Chu family invites you to enjoy
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: THERE'S MORE authentic Chinese food ol reasonable
1 TO SEE WITH prices. Open for lunch Monday thru t
Friday 11:30: to 2:30: dinner Mondaythru
MARCH 7 CABLE TV Thursday 3:30 to 9:00: p.m., Friday
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: :1 rU I ANTHONY'S HOMEMADE VICTUALS

I Hot Roost ----1 .1 ,SANDWICHES Chicken Salad. ...._...$1.10
$7.92Call SAVE !Se L--I Roast Beef .v............".$1.50 Tuna Salad....."..'".......',.51.00'
U II, I Roast Pork :...,-...........$140 Swiss Cheese........,....,.. '
1 I Ham'.. ....,._.....,,.,...$1.40 AmerlcanCheese ,.........$85 I
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10 S Gainesville 1728 W. University Ave. ON ONK t GARLIC MEAD
LJad on this TOSSED SALAD $2.2 5

THIS COUPON ENTITLES YOU TO I ,. I
K A : coupo 10 gqod '''' 'hit IHIII
I I FREE GAME QN ANY fJfJ L I Ii4 page for I

PINBALL MACHINE fIf't L I I ANTHONY'Snine

Good any Monday to Thursday and Sunday I $7.92 I, This coupon entitles the hearer to a discount of 25 university cents on any food ,
I Io order of one dollar or more. Only one coupon per person will be 1
One cou on permute per person o Call 376-4482 INO i I honored offer expires on midnight,Saturday,March 8. .
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I Imp.e er'expires+t n.ww+e Sa P +MarcbB i' w ..unc..p'nner4sa 1 Buy a 9" mushroom plaque at$2.00 plus.80 point charge and, I
OIL and I urtr 4.e eF OROa\ ror+....a 1 we'll)give you one of your choice free of charge. Remember,' i I
CHANGE FILTERRepair F 1 we'll help you point,or leave you alone to do your own thing.

ON ALL American& Foreign'Car, 1 It a+n:rJe*>'iirts 1,1 NJ.GE des 1I I' Crab a brush end paint with us. II' I

1 Specializing in VW's.. 1 Offer good F.b.24F.b.30, WS ,
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CLASSIFIEDSFOR Tobacco Shop

CUSTOM FRAMING
II6iL lwntownM.F.$9

Sal 16 22 W. Univ. Ave. 373-81M



tlRfU end 1:553:55 SALEFor FOR SALEJEWELRY UNIVERSITY CITY TRAVELAMTRAKPLANESIIIP
FOR RENTsublet
,, soulsvARo 5:55 7:50 9:50 UG I

Sole Superb Stereo System Moroni T
1200 Infinty 2000A electrostatic speaker Custom mod for those who pvt room mole 2 bits from
Thorns TO 125 appreciate art in gold, silver, and Fine $85 month ,
THE (juc Sea 10 Coll Ken 376- Gems campus spring qtr-oc carpet
2402 (A5T90-PI) Studio 103 By appointment only maid,cooking.pay no utilities call glenn 923 W. University Ave.
373.3894A.1
( !3T.90-P; 378;5443 ((8.5J.9.P) Gainesville, Ha. 32601

EPFORDWIVES LHASA APSO mole puppy only one Needed Immediately 1 or 2 female
CKDEHYOU left. AKC reg shots wormed and roomates for 2 bedrm 2 bath opt $58.00
ClASS RINGS NOW odoroble these shaggy lap dOlls a month + /, utilities. five min walk
originally from TIbet. Ideal opt pet from med! center call 373-5452 (b-5t-91-
HOuse trained now 3731059 (a-5t.'1.p) Pj)_ FREE!

11.25 Till 2:30 PJ*. RINGS Brand new engagement and female roommate needed for comfortable -
Excjprsujjkdplfcfl wedding rings Vi karat, yellow-gold, 2 bedroom optl) own room
'. ALL daimondt on both rings value $500, 54.25 + Vi utilities Available 32175. "B U LIlT"Starting
7 1:553:55 selling.- $350. call after 4 pm, 377-8765 Call Wendie at 373-3835 after 5 pm (b-
RINGSGUARANTEED (o 3t 91 p)> 3t 91-p)
_
SST.5] 5:557:509:50 .
J sports cor,70.Iata,convertible,needs Female Roomate needed for Spring
>w IOUINARD_
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good home, a little core call 373-7655 quarter Windmeodowt 2 bedroom 2
A FILMBYPAULMAZURSKYART after 5 M50 (o3t91-p) both furnished Coll 377-7887 anytime(b- Steve McQueen
CARNEY PJHatcher'sJewelers 5t91-p)
Collecter telling, old original movie _
posters.limited supply to call 3738704A5T90P OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom haute Pref
fljuiiy tHwno ( ) female $83.50i util. fireplace big
yard near duck pond 378.2252 1512 NW
69 Firebird air con power steering + 2nd St. desperate (b-5t.91.p) __,
j 2 L Unlv Aye 372 brakes auto trans new exhauit system
broket cwb starter tell or trade for Houses TONITE
motorcycle call 372.1008 (o.5t.89.p) 1 1. $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992

FERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 1973 Dodge sport auto.. AC 6 cycl 2. 2 bdr $125 NW Seel 377-6992
loaded take over payment and moll 3. 3 bdr$153 Walk to campu.rn-6992
cash difference 378.5028 alice sun man 4. 24 acres 3 miles to U of f 377-6992 9&11
530-7:30 "PICK YOUR FAVORITE" wed eve 392-3081 excellent condo
19000 mile' (o.5t-89.p) Apts. r-t
Selection of flavor baked pizza 1 1. $35 Util'Paid 377-6992
1971 Chev' Novo 41,000 v. good
green
2. $70 Walk to Campus 377-6992
and garden fresh salad. condition no air,power brakes,am radio 3. 2 bdr $90 Save II 377-6992
power steering. gas taverl'Coll between
4. 5 acres Pool-2 bdr 377-6997
$1.59.rlzza 8-12 pm. 373-3627 (o.5l..89-p) Avail tor Spring Qtr.

1 1. $75 Efficiency Utl pd. 377-6992
Diamonds, Emeralds
Sapphires Jade,
2. 2 bdr Walk to 377-6992
campus
and 95 other minerals All
inn gem qualities 3. 3 bdr No
$170 lease 377-
deposit
available/ Priced from 25 percent to 50 6992 or "Magnificent. exotic and erotic, for thinking adults

3764521r percent below retail. Custom cutting 4. $85 Moble home 377-6992 Joseph Ballakt, Philadelphia Daily News
316 S.W. 16th Ave from $10.00 Unconditional Guarantee.

OZZIE By appointment only 1733894AI3T90P United Real Estate "I have never seen anything like it before and doubt that I will

I ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET ( ) 113 NE 16th Ave tee anything quit like it again. The film like the book, will
I Gainesville largest Indoor Open 9AM to 8 PM rn-6992
ITonvZom $1.59 FLEA MARKET stun and bewilder. But it will also exhilarate and intoxicate.

Every Fri-Sat.-Sunday Henry Miller, Big Sur, Calif.
A little bit of everything for Reck CkeM wIM1
everyone e "Brilliantly based on the Hesse novel and already solidly established -

1201 E,Univ.Ave. 3783431A in the Annals-of Cult."
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( 8T 90-P)
$ N,.,W.IU*J.f. -Caen, San Francisco Chronicle

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LUNCH DINNER 1973 Kowusakl 90cc street bike Very
good condition, Come by and see and 0
11AM-3PM ALL DAY ride after 5:00: pm,No phone Only 0 MAX VON SYDOW DOMINIQUE SANCK inHERMANN
$300.00 216.w 3 Ave. Apt. No 2 (AST-
FOR FOR 90-P) o p

8x35 trailer all electric excellentcondition HESSE'Stppe'wo
oc
8ge $ 1.39 moveable must sell $1000 or .MM**!* Idr*--

best offer call nancy 378.6355 after 6 7:00: ) 930:
(A.4T.90-P)
10% STIJDENT DISCOLM Reck Ckef i
enlarger durst m600 w.lens,for 35mm or
2'/, \11.U easel and print washer $125
377-0355510 nw 15 ave. (A.4T.90-P)
OPEN DAILY HAM-MIDNIGHT lot! N. W. MP sf.
Bargain World is moving to a more SORRYNO
I 1805SW13ST ". convenient location to better serve you. PASSES OR 7:30 ao OQBV SYSIEM PNrrri, .
Bunk beds$55 REfrig $35 2614 NE I8lh
DISCOUNT TICKETS
IB 377.0901 11m!)[I) Terrace Phone: 377.9835 (o-5t.91-p) 9:30 7:30 & 9:45

,....1. "...__. For Sale: '69 KHARMAN GHIA low
boooo* Mileage Good Tires Excellent Shape
$1095.00 Call 376-7532 days or 378-3345 THISLenny

.,,- .,... Wedding nights & weekends Bands, & Engagement(o7t9l-p) RIngs. Te G eat$0Uicri M sic 4 i


SQUIHED'MUSIC'IIALL \! your Traditional choice.or Handmade Contemporary for individuals designs of R United Arlir.i! 233 W. Univ.;Ave. 377-3013

t\! who want the best. Original work by
South's leading Artists Master Gold
Smith and lapidist Unconditional .

233 W. Unl. Ave. PRESENTS 377.3013 Guarantee.3733894 AI3T90P OZZIE By appointment) only. r IIttt & Bottle +

matched set of wedding rings white gold
Kid embedded with diamonds 400 dollars. -presents-
The Dancing
Original Tap 372-7893 four and six whole diamondsin -
both (o.3l.92.p) An with
Evening .
JIMMY SPHEERISand Flute Selmer signet solid coin silver Tnint
cond new 280 need 180 ed 373-3770 ((0-
3t.93.p)
Sears Automatic Heat-Cool Air Conditioner Mad rviou tMime-I

14,000 BTU Cooling, 11,000 Btu
HIS FULL BAND Heating 230-208 V 2V.* yr. warranty or
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.
lvs $160 l 376-3657 (o 5t 93 p)

Youth Bed, Mattress, Sheets.$35 Child, I
Saturday March 8 Drawer Dresser 15"x28"x35", Antique I MONDAY
Red Finiih.$20; 4-6'x9' Area Rugs ((3-
brown&red$7.ea) or all 4 for $25; 376- SHOWS
8 p.m.$4.50 Advanced 3657 jo( .3t.93.p) MARCH 3

Mobile Home 1972 12x60 carpet
11 p.m. $5.50 Advanced bocktkirl & anchored 377-3090 $3900 '8:30 and
must see 4400 SW 20 Ave lot No 27,((0-'
TICKETS AT: Rebel Discount (both), Box Office ((11- 6)) 5l.93.p) i $2.00
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STREIT'SSCHWINN Page 12 The Independent Florida Alligator, Monday,March 3 197* LEWISJew.IryCompany

Alachua County ., AUTO REPAIR
CLASSIFIEDSFOR CLASS RINGS
1614N.W.13h$1. Generator Service DIAMONDSWATCH All Work Guaranteed.

REPAIRS
Major-Minor Repairs
AlternatorsStartersGenerators 200 W, University Ave. 377-5185
RENTsublet FOR RENT 372.4106FOR 208NW. 10 Ave.

L
georgetown unfurnished 2 bdrm Wonted mole roomate for own room ,in
t DAY SMVICI Foreign CarService opt atop 378.5897 377.6906 fay (b3t91. three bedroom apartment Vizcaya RENTOwn FOR RENT
) $80 month + '. utilities needed
Pj apartments per comfortable bedroom in large Help! Female roommate
1 DAY SERVICE for Jeff 373-0110 b.41.92. Gotorwood
Avail Spring Quarter spring quarter ( pleasant house ten blocks from law urgently $60 + 4 utilities
FRANCHISED DEALER 1 1. '75 Ail uhf paid, ((22011)) 371.6992 Pj) school open minded person preferred close to campus no depot call
Ph. 378-4011 2. $90 Country home ((2101)) 377-0992 ROOM for liberal student; $75 + 's utilf '. $96-mth 213 nw 34 Terr 373.9382 (b.5t. marlene 373.3735 anytime! at all) (e..51.
ALL ACCESSORIES 508 N.W. 8th Ave. 3. 3 bdr. $170 near U of Fla ((2216)) $50 dep. NICE 2 bdrm trl with ac 93-p) 68-P) -
3776992 located in quiet' shady park In NE Chip fEMALE roommate Village Pork comfortable Female, studious to share 2 bdrm opt
CALL 377-BIKE 4. 24 acres home near campus 377 376-4378 (b.51.92-p) own room pool ac.heat close to Quiet, complex Camelot $10000month

6992 female own room 2 br dupl unfurn cent campus 92.501\ utilities. no deposit thru August plus '* utlities
ht.ac be able to put up with a puppy 3733941 (b5t93p) Student 377-0972 Mornings (c.7t.92-p)
1IIIIIIIIIIIIHHJI! Homes and Apts, AVail.I Now $87.50 + I's util $50 dep. see I Julie e.
HIHtHilTYPEWRITER 1 1. $75 2 blocks from U of F ((2267)) 377 univ, ove Nom 4 after 4 (b.5t.92.p) Wanted immediately I female room- Female roommate wanted I 1.5 utilities.Spring Own qlr
Oaks +
6992 mote to share 2 bedroom opt with 1 Regency $59
2. 80 acres 3 bdr Ranch ((2243)) 377. looking for a mellow place to live spr person Own bedroom Unlv Gardens Room I Call 373-5606 after 6 pm. (c.5t.
6992 qtr? own bdr with, priv both oc, pool $82 near campus'\. util Call 373.9375 (b3t. 92-Q)
PROBLEMS? 3. 3 bdr Walk to campus ((2245)) 377 mo + I 1.3 utl bike, or bus to campus call 93-p)
6992 anytime 373-3798 (b.31.92.p) GOLD & SILVER Top prices paid for C'
for spr qtr male roommate needed at confidential: roH.
We've got all the answers 4. $125 Large bdrs ((2225)) 377-6992 FEMALE Roomate wonted, share BR In landmark opts 2 br pool ac,heat. dishwasher rings old lewelry, etc
5. $85 All util paid ((11275)) 377-6992 house nice area 6 blocks from campus laundry $581 '/. util I. lease thru Owe 373-3tI9"c.50-53-c( ) _____
SalesServiceSuppliesLease United Real Estate Assoc. $80 includes utilities please call Nancy June 13 call 3783683. (b.2t-93pL)
113 NE '16th Ave. Open 9AM 8PM 377- 373-9682 (b.2t.92.p) WANTED TO BUY Tenor Guitar Must be
6992 WANT TO MOVE? reasonable Most any condition 378-
BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFIINow : If you desire to move from your present 7700 anytime (c-st-89-p)
Is the lime to start looking for that location rent, sublet it find
we can or youa
ASSOCIATEDBIJSINESS (b fr 92-c) Female roommate wanted! Gotorwood
ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We roommate Immediately at NO COST
$95 sublet utilities electric included opt share 2 bedroom 2 both $60 call
air have many listings avail for then o Call
SYSTEMS todoyll .
Now 377 7914 (c 5t 8 )
and heat one room, shore both, frig, hot small deposit con hold it for you. Call United, Real Estate Assoe Inc. p
plate 3 blocks off campus quiet today 371699.1Female '113 NE 16th Ave. ( fr.M-e)
724 373-3359 371.6992Sb wanted for
N. Main responsible mole grod student desired HELP) Female roomates cozy
ammiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiriMPORTEP Available Immediately. Call 373-3627 roomate wanted luxurious female roommate wonted for spring furn 2 bdrm landmark opt Ideal
between 8-12 PM, (b.5t-89-p) Country Gardens opt must be neat. quarter. The oaks opt. Call after 5 pm facilities, $58 + '/. utilities call kathy or
$95+'* ulil feb rent free call Dee 372 378-3733 (b-5t.91-p) sharon 373.2784 (c.31.91.p)
female, own room 2-br dupl., unfurn 1366 or 373-2638 (B.5T.90-P) WANTEDsmall roomate wonted own room$50 mo + I.
t., central heat-ac pets allowed nice,
I 1111 Need roomate own bedrm in 4 bdrm 3 ull starting spring quarter close to
2120 .
see Julie,
quiet; privacy. ( e. univove
.
/ lot backyard for small call 373-0835 (c 3l-9>- )
no. 4 after 6:00: (b.st.89pL) house 3 blks from campus 323 nw lest or camper campus p
$75 mo + 1.5 utl $75 dep. call Ken 377. electric hookup country preffered 377-
female Roommate Wonted "Hawaiian 5081' after 4pm avail, mar I (B.5T.90-P) 4743 student (c.41.93-p) female roommate wonted own room in
I'll' Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 bin, a-c heat pool female roommate needed mellow roommate spring quarter. 3 bedroom opt.$47 mo + I 1.3 util bike to
own room
PANTS etc $61 25 a mo. + '. util call 373-9767 53.33 month I 1.3 utl neighborhood availablemar
: quiet
havnan village" $62.50 mth plus 1 1.3 duplex a plus good campus ;
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CHRIS GARRITY tradition as a club. Saturday tucky who finished second ,
Alligator Sports Writer night in Alligator Alley, they with 108.5 points. t "
emerged as an SEC cham For the Gator wrestlers, the I
Yesterday a club today a awards kept coming and \ .
champion.Six pion.THE GATORS won the coming. .
First, two Gators, co- ; : .
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began UF's wrestling points, outdistancing KenSch':1eider captains Tim Granowitz at ... .. : ..; ; .. ,
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finish second, freshman Dan
Lubell at ISO and Artie I 171-pounder injured.his kneea But then the Gators came "Bobby beat the kid from
Habermann at 126. few weeks ago."WORSOWICZ. back in the second round Tennessee who had
Senior Jeff Davis at 158 HAD consolations and won four previously beaten Bobby
Bob Saville at 167 and beaten everyone in the matches including three pins Friday night, and his win
heavyweight Mark Totten all conference and definitely was by Davis, Orr and Totten, and turned us around."
placed third. I I, the man to beat in his weight were back in the running KENTUCKY HAD six
For Davis it was the fourth class" said Schneider'WhenTim : taking the lead over Kentucky wrestlers in the finals and still
straight year he has -finished got hurt, I thought our 9996. had a' shot at the title
third, and the second straightyear chances were slim that we UF INCREASED its lead Saturday night but their
for Totten. would win, because I felt we after Saturday's third and hopes died when Granowitzand
MIKE COLLINS at 134 would 'need at least three fourth place bouts when Jackson won.
and 177 pounder John Orr champions to win:" Davis Saville, and Totten Tennessee took third place
took fourth places in the And after Friday night's won and .Collins and Orr honors with 83.5 points including
tournament .for UF. first round consolations the added more points when they "' two champions,
Schneider felt the chancesof coach felt the same way. In finished fourth. Buddy Walker at ISO and
photo by georg kochaniec |IF. the Gators winning the (fact the coach said, "It's "The key to the whole Ethan Reeves at 158. Reeves
tournament were good until going to be tough to finish tournament was Saville's was also named outstanding
: Atop the SEC Tim Worsowicz, the Gator's !second." match" Schneider said. wrestler of the tournament.



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By LOUIS BRANCACCIO
.. Alligator Sports Writer
By RICK ADELMAN indoor crown 10 out of the last 11 years, hadto Freeman cleared the bar, Anding missed, and
Alligator Sports Writer settle for fourth place with 33'/i points, one the title was secure for another year.' It's easy for a winner to party.So .
behind Mississippi State. Other Gator victories were turned in by the the UF wrestling team and their 190
"Next year" has finally come. "It was inevitable," said a jubiliant two mile relay team and 880 man Horace pound wrestler, Henry Jackson, had no
After countless frustrating second place assistant coach Roy Benson speaking in Tuitt, who won in 1:5.7.: problem. Both came out winners Saturday
finishes the Gator track team has won the behalf of head coach Jimmy Carnes who wenton Sophomore Wimpy Alexander came within night after the SEC championships were
SEC indoor track championship and in. the a recruiting mission immediately followingthe one-tenth of a second of 600 winner TD. concluded in Alligator Alley. .
process, crumbled a dynasty. meet.: Orungbemi.Vince "WE'RE GOING TO party," Henry
THE GATORS captured the team title "WE JUST knew we were going to win. We Cartier turned in a solid performanceas said shortly after his 3-2 win over
with surprising ease racking up 63'/i points had the team. The only surprise was the he finished second in the mile run and Alabama's Billy King. "I don't know
compared, to runner-up LSU's total of 39. margin victory. On paper we'd figured we'd third in the two mile. where but we're going to party anywhere
The Tennessee Volunteers winners of the win by eight points." ALABAMA'S STEVE Bolt won both we can."
UF's remarkable freshman, Mike Sharpe, events .with times of 404.7: and 8:49: Henry's one-point victory over his
accounted for 14 of the Gators points and was respectively.In Alabama opponent was no party however,
named the meets outstanding athlete as the the high jump Gator Steve Ott cleared as he fell behind 1-0 with 2:27 to go in the
4 trz'w ,new champions scored in every event exceptthe 610" and tied for .second place. with Lee second period. The first period ended in a
1000-yard run and the shot put. Pallesof Mississippi State. 0-0 tie.
SHARPE WON the long jump on Friday as Les Whitehead, also of Mississippi State, Henry went ahead 2.1 with 27 secondsleft
a replaement for the injured Fletcher Lewis won with a leap of TV*", breaking the con in the second period on a double leg
and then came back Saturday to capture first ference record of seven feet set in 1970 by takedown but his Alabama opponent
place in the triple jump with a leap of 52'5'/j" Gator lion Jourdan. escaped seconds later to knot the score at
and finish fourth in the 60-yard dash in 6.1 BEAUFORT BROWN GOT third in 440' 2-2 and the second period ended
seconds. dash and teammate Noel Gray was fourth as deadlocked.
The 18-year-old winning long jump of Mississippi State's Evis Jennings 'set a SEC BUT IT ONLY took Henry three
24'9" established a new school record, record of 47.6 seconds. !seconds to get a one point escape 'at the
Nu y yf, breaking J Ron _Coleman's?1972. mark. by?an.. Brown was timed in48.1 and Gray in 48.4. beginning. of the third period and. the
inch and a half The 60 high hurdles saw yet another record match ended 3.2."EVERYBODY.
Sharpe now holds school records in the fall when LSU's Larry Shipp burned a 6.9 in a WAS behind
triple jump long jump, and 60-yard,dash. trial heat, breaking the former of 7,1 seconds everybody," he said.
THE GATOR MILE relay team of which was held by LSU's Allen Misher and With the SEC title in hand Henry said
Beaufort Brown Horace Tuitt, Noel Gray, UF's Hesley Bostic., he will now set his sights on the NCAA
and Wimpy Alexander set a conference .Shipp was victorious in the final heat and championships which will be held in two
1 record of 3:14.6: beating Tennessee's 1 1969 Bostic finished third."I weeks. All SEC' winners compete in the
mark of 3:15.4. DON'T THINK I've ever in '12 years of NCAA but, Henry did poorly last year
Will Freeman successfully defended his coaching had a more satisfying win" said because he said he,went to the tournamentwith
pole fault championship in spectacular Benson. the "wrong attitude." '
fashion. "The nicest part about the whole thing was "I 1 want to win this year and it's going to
The Gainesville resident had cleared 16'3" the way the guys accepted it. They took it like take a lot of hard work" he said.
with LSU's Bob Anding but when the real When Tennessee would
photos by ondy newman along gentlemen. win Henry said if one UF wrestler can_place
1.' bar was.moved up to I6'6", Freeman mined they'd rub your nose in it, Everybody hated high in the NCAA the Gators as a team
t while Anding made the height. that." could finish in the top ten.
-- 'j MIKE SHARPE FREEMAN THEN elected to move the bar "But we didn't stoop to their level. Our I And Henry might just be that wrestler.Pad.14Th .
.won triple and long lumps up to 16'9" and the strategy paid off. guys had class" I
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I Gatorswimmers' win SEC I



I Move over, here comes the lead throughout the three-day 268.80 to Tennessee's Sue The UF women's tennis with 23.Only.
Ly Gator swimmers. event and finished with 475 Benton's 268.85. In the three team took third place in the two Gator doubles
iThe UF women swim team' points. Tennessee was second meter Davies scored 406.85 Florida State Invitational at teams made it into the final

Led the men's wrestling with 410 followed by for first over Tennessee's Tallahassee I Saturday.The day, and both were defeatedin
y trick team as conference Alabama LSU and Auburn. Sandy Brittain who scored Lady Gators finished their first match.
ampions last weekend by One of UF's outstanding 401.25. with 14 points lor the three- Gator netters Ester Stahl

Itdisttncing second-place swimmers, Bonnie Broyles, UF's other diver Lynn day tournament,just ahead of and Sue Fane were easily Y
ennessee the' helped the Gators win the 400 Basset took fifth place with the University 'of North defeated by the University of
loutheast Women's In- medley relay and also took the 371.10. Carolina at Chapel HiII's IJ Miami's duo of Jody Ap-

collegiate Swimming and 50-yard backstroke in a time "E\eryone did very well points. plebaum and Diane Armao.

Ling Championships of 27.9. and Marti just dove super" Rollins College, led all the 6-1, 60. FSU's Hayworth and
aturday.IT THE LADY GATORS' said an elated Lady Gator way with 27 points followedby Schweppe defeated UF's Sue
WAS the lirst time ine number one diver Marti coach Sue Halfacre. .the University of Miami Eiges. and Una Keyes. 6-0. 7-

]j history of UF that three Davies took first in the three. Halfacre said plans were in 4 b.
meter. Friday in the one- The singles competitionwas
ijrsity teams captured the works to hold another
nference championships inlie meter Davies had been SEC meet next year, perhaps '. won by Rollin's Raynie
same weekend. nudged out of first by one- with Florida the host. ... Fox with Miami's, Jody

Florida held a commanding tenth of a point scoring * * \\I,, Applebaum taking second. ,II
third afterFriday's
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Whiddon. "but 1 had hoped she was pleased with the.

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pulled a surprise." overall she had hoped the'

Whiddon said that most,of Lady Gators would- score"
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the Lady Gators$ would meet higher.) y
most of the same teams again. "To qualify for AIAW.
Save x The UF' women's 10'01'nastics Nationals we need to score! at
$1on .: R team easily took a 90.3to least: % points, ,' and I was
68.5 win over the Universityof hging we would do it one time

South Carolina in Florida. before we go to the reronals"next ,
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By
Alligator Sports Writer The defeats, dropped the the, ninth inning to preserve
Gators' record to 0-4 their the',Seminole! victory. '

While UF's wrestlers, other two losses coming at the On'Saturday.the three-hit '
tracksters, and, swimmers hands of :Stetson last pitching of Danny O'Brien for,
and third innings was
seven a
SEC weekend. '
were out winning FSU needed to roll
championships this weekend, IN SUNDAY'S CONTEST, more than

the baseball team lost two FSU's Randy Davidson over the Gators.Bonilla's four
to Florida State, 14-0 nabbed:> Jim : ShulocV two- Guillermo
games hits and three RBI's paced'the
Seniinole's 15 hit attack.;
Jim Foxwell's three-run::
win
UF netters homer; 'and Steve Tebbett's
three hits and three runs

down FSU 6-3 added, to the massacre.
ERRORS BY UF'S Roger
Holt. John Cortese, and J.B.
KEITH CANNON 4 singles ''winner was UF'sJohn
By allowed FSU to '+
Caldwell
Alligator Sports Writer Kunnen, who edged the
four unearned runs.
Andrade score
Seminoles' Enrique,
The UF Gators, claimed 7-5,6-4. And in No. 5 singles Starting and losing bombed pitcher
their second win of the tennis the Gators took ,an easy John Chappell was
for'six earned runs on nine
decision, Jim Oescher
J19-Piece season ,Saturday afternoon in as
Andre Cantin 62. 6- hits in just over five innings
Tallahassee I with'a 6-3 victory !stopped
Mike McCarthy
pitched.\ ,
against Seminoles.the, ,Florida State 0.FSU WON in No. 2 singles, replacing Chappell, gave up
downed six more runs on only three
Rothwell
where Give
UF held a 4-2 lead after'thesingles
matches. The Gators' UF's Dave Pressly 6-4 62. hits two of the' runs being

Diaz defeated FSU's Dave Calvert of FSU had togo unearned..
Juan The looked,equally asdisappointing
team
Gordon Jones 7-5,6-4 in No. 1 ) to three sets before taking
singles. Chap Brown (UF) a No.5 singles match againstthe on offense as

defeated Jose. Schmidt of FSU Gators'. Mike- -Borling"--_., ., 6-3. they'did on defense.' Sixteen
-- UF batters struck out, 14 at
( .2. 7-Sin No. 3 playThe; No. 46. 62.
Doubles competition saw the hands of O'Brien ,and:no

Family Pack.I the Gators nail down the hitter collected more than one

I\TH' :\ Mill I.S victory by taking two of three hit.ON
SUNDAY, freshman
Sorority Flag Football matches. Diaz and 'Pressly
----------- ------- I finals were held last Thur defeated FSU's No. I com pitcher Craig Pippin allowed

I $1 STORE COUPON' $1 j sday.League, DG against won the the KAT Orange, 13- bination Calvert '.5.of 46.Schmidt 62. The and No. seven walks in losing'and his three second wildpitches'

the League 3 match went to Kunnen and contest of the season.
SpecialOfferThisWeek.9PieceRimavPackOf 0. DPhiE are Blue'
Seminoleswere
Champions. Both DG and, Oescher(UF).6-3,6-3 against Offensively, the
Krystal DPhiE are undefeated. Andrade and''Cantin: paced by junior catcher
Coupon. Winners of Women'sdormitory JONES AND ROTHWELL Wayne'' Mears. A junior
WithThis
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RegularPrice$3.75.Offer Broward S.W. 2 and in Boning by the' same score, year, Mears had a double, a

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I limited,one per customer.IIIOffer will two runs.
The championship game was with the victory; they
good onlyfrom Tuesday;March 4 through 1C p.m. held Feb. 25. travel Monday afternoon to The Gators hit the road .

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By ANDY NEWMAN loss to the powerful Alabama Crimson Tide. SPECIAL SALE
Alligator Staff Writer The Gators who last Monday had beaten fourth-ranked
Kentucky never had a chance against an Alabama team YAHAMA
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. An emotionally high Florida looking for its first SEC championship in 20 years. Alabama 90 [
basketball team came down Saturday night suffering a 100-75 !scored the game's. first four points and from then on it was a GUITARS
field day as Alabama players exhibited their finesse before '
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Gator Coach John Lotz said.. "We weren't outhustled."
"We were just beat by a great club."
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kL' UFo now 8.9 in SEC play and 12-16 overall pulled within 373-6396 377-6396
two points midway through the first half when Bruno
Caldwell layed one up underneath. But Alabama countered
\ and with the superb play of Leon Douglas, who led all'scorers
ya with 26 points; T.R. Dunn and Charles Cleveland mounted a FREE0'
big.lead.

UFwas down 14 points when the Gators took a rest at half. -
I It any UP players thought that the Tide would recede they en V'"
found out otherwise in the second half. O C D: -
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and Al Bonner came off the bench to score 12. -u
UP hit 31 of 70 field goals for a 44.3 per cent average and I
photo by andy newman made 13 of 14 free throws for a glittering. 92.9 per cent. \
Next Saturday. UP travels to Nashville. Tenn. to tangle
WILLIAMS AND SHY LOSE REBOUND TO'BAMA with Vanderbilt in the Gators'last game of the season a game .
.on route to worse loss of the season ,which, Lotz feels will be played solely on pride.


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Gators win SEC in three sports-see pages The Independent Florida Alligator I~b ~e b (ampu.,(o n Go e ode No,~, o 010 ~'eu ow oda New formula V 14, 15 F, MONI)AY MARCH 3. 1975 01. 67. NO. 93 for funding. MARSHAL HARRIS .0 stop in the right dimellon Frot science By KAREN MEYER Alligator Sit Writer Advanced students in the hard science' and line arts ~iay find themselves paying proportionally more for their education in the future than other students if Florida turns to a new funding formula for its 'tate universit ics. [he new lbrmula. based on cost by discipline and level, has been in the making lbr more than a year and should be completed in six months, according to State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz. THE NEW FORMULA will be evident in the Florida legislature's appropriations for the university system in the 1976-77 academic year. Maulz said. arts to Currently. Florida's nine state universities are lunded according 10 the number of Foil lime Equivalents (Fl EM or lull time students, enrolled in lower ~hvision. upper division, graduate and advanced graduate levels. the legislature is interested in moving in the direction of funding the university system with a formula based on the cost of education. Maul, said. THE BOARD OF REGENTS has already itioved in thinking to funding based on cost by level, with a newly proposed tuition plan that would have students pay 30 per cent of the tost of their education. Mautz said, It costs more to educate advanced students and students in the hard sciences such as engineering and architecture, and those in after tragic more line art' p og; ant' ~ueh 'tilict ion ~atd. is eswntiallv 4' 11 IISIC here in one-to-one, M aut, With tuition tees based on education amt. those students would be j~aying more than others at the same levels. REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS said a cost-based formula would be "a step in the ight direction. but would not solve the problem ci distributing money once it has been allocated. We have to have greater flexibility in terns of how the formula distributes the money. Harris said. The formula through which the state universities obtain funds from the legislature (See Funding. page six) weekend By JOE MORAN AIIlgat. Staff Writer and BRIAN JONES Aflijat., Layout EdItor It has been a long 48 hours for the members of Sigma Ph~ Epsilon Fraternity since a predawn Saturday phone call brought them the grin, news that four brothers were dead. The four fraternity brothers-Larry Bcilew. 2UC. Homestead; Jerry Engram. IUC. Clarksburg. Md.; Mark Stafford. 2UC. Del Ray Beach; and Mark Simnions, 2IJC. Alexandria. Va-were killed when an empty gasoline truck rammed the flatbed truck they ~.ere riding in as part of a Gainesville-tolallahassee charity runa-thon.' FRATERNITY PRESIDENT Mike Plum said Engram ,ould be buried today in Griffin. Ga. services for Stafford and Renew aill be held tuesday in their hometowns, and plans for Simmons burial had not been made as of Sunday afternoon A memorial service lbr the tour students is tentatively planned for 5:30 Wednesday afternoon. The location of the service has not vet been decided. Eleven Sigma Phi Epsilon brother who ~ere injured in the crash about 4 am. Saturday one and one-half miles north of Perry have been treated and released from hospitals. but little sister' Kathy Mayer. IUC. remains unconscious in Tallahassee Memorial Hesital with her skull fractured. A FRATERNITY BROTHER WHO hat just returned Irom the hospital In Tallahassee said Mayer is no longer listed in critical condition, but has still not been able to speak or open her eyes. Mayer was initiated as a little sister lest 'efl. William Sipala. 'ho received pelvic injuries in the crash, remained hospitalized Sunday afternoon, but is expected to be rdea.ed Monday or Tuesday. THE USUALLY BUSTLING Sigma Pbi Epsilon house in Fraternity Row was hushed Sunday as brothers waited for news of any improvement in Mayer. condition or listlessly thumbed through Sunday neMspaper accounts of the tragedy. Ii bias about fy30 Saturday morning "hen Plum. 4JM. got the call from Doctor's Memorial Hosital in Perry which informed hint four fraternity brothers had been killed. After going out to Perry. our lint concern was to notify the parents.' Plum said Sunday. Erroneous news reports in South florida iiisidcntiI~ing those killed and slowness of police notilication of parents compounded confusion. Plum said. PLUM SAID, WHEN HE got a call ironi Stafford's mother at about 9 am., "I didn't want to tell her that her son had been killed. but I knew I had to. It's the hardest thing I've ever done.' Plum said Plum and others contacted as many of the 70 fraternity brothers as they could reach Saturday and told them to call their parents. he said. PLUM SAID ALl. FOUR 0f the dead brothers were active in house activities. Sininions was supposed to patticipatein the Delta Phi Epsilon ice creani eating contest. but had the stonach flu, and had someone replace him. Plum said. Sinntws, a business major. was also captain of one of the two teams of fraternity members running, and had completed his stint as runner within a half hour of the accident. Stafford. an engineering najor. was the fraternity's secretary and '&as acting as Eiigranis big bwthef' during the latter's pledge period. ENGRAM. A FRESHMAN PLEDGE, ran during the second quadrant or the run*a* thon.' between 6 and 12 Friday night. but stayed on with the other runners in the truck. Engram. also an engineering major. was enrolled in the Air Force ROTC progran Berlew. a building construction major. ,as in Navy ROTC. AS THE FLAGS IN FRONT of the modern brick fraternity I1e~ at half mast Sunday. StaItbd's relatives removed the deceased sophomores personal effects from his room. The injured fraternity brothers 'ho Ike in at the house had returned by Sunday .f~ ternoom' and were resting it, their rooms. Plum 'aid. the drier of the Phillips-66 gasoline tSe' bears. page six) tot by~ofrimomn FLAGS RY HALF MAST AT SUE HOUSE Soturdoy accident killed four brothers cost mourns

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Pg.2. Th.Ind.p.nd.n*flovIdoAiIIga.ar Monday March 3,1975 W. Berlin elects kidnapped candidate HI HI IN Li 'I -Wed Dci] ncr' cicctcd 'ccci lien, yawn Sunday. three days altei Ielti~i Muerilla% kidnaped hii,. ~cn hue government nlfitiaI~ ii ted to ~ain hi~ I cIca~e I he ~o'crnnicnt ga'c ii to the deniand~ of the kidnapor~ ml Ile~ tour ailed anarch ~ to Frankturt Mi port on the lint leg ot an nuernarional escape tight THE ZDF teIevi~ion iet~ ork sand a coiiiputei projection ~ho~.ed the ( hiistan Denic ha~td on i ecurnm available one hour atter he po11~closed dhout 4~ i'~ LiMit ol the Official Lrats. led In toren,. OW h!Iitb~ them an had 'ton electoral I ocn,, had LJiiIpdiwlL(I in a Ij~t -aitIoidc, )IttIfli iii ii ned ,i~ain~t iii' acciiiiiodacioii ~ lchi~ I .idi~al~ While &,tiiciitl~ tOUiItC~I the o;cv I"" niialc and t"o leilialt anarchists '.eie t1o~. ii to l-,a,,kturt lip,,, thehi ,iisoii~ In Hn~ aria aid W &t ikrl in FORMER WEST He, liii Ma~or Heintich A ,.~ked In the kid napci% to se,-~ C as .~ol tint .t r, the hiiaI light. accoii ,jiied the ~'oiiietI TO herr,. ~.ho "as lo~tage aboard Fi anLt~ii Cambodia reserves airlifted food for soldiers l'HNOM PUIN tUPI) -I he Cambodian government has ridered all icc tarried into Phnont Penh by the Anierican aiiInft ~ithheId Ironi staring civilians and given only to the imiilutary. a seijior official said Sunday. I hr ~Iecision I hursday by President Lon Nol meant there 'tas no relief in sight Icr starving residents of the besieged capitol tho have been unable to obtain provisions since the hood iwirket. closed. Social .torker. confirmed that with the exception of 'on~e conil)s run by Anicrican volunteers, even penniless refugees in I'hnon, Nnh 'tere being denied the airlifted American rice. Ihey said deathss resulting Iron, starvation were increasing daily. the Cambodian government source said ton Nd also ordered nitlitary police to raid city markei~ to pick up black market American ice sold by the soldiers. hut r~olce have so or ignored that order Ibi tearof food nob. Most ol the estimated 6O,~ destitute refugees in ~overnnent-run camps have to depend on their own ~.its to obtain food. Ihe director ol one olihe city's largest camps. housed in a hahl.finished luxury hotel. said in an Interview: Only the children here about I ~ get food. They receive a howl of thin vegetable soup six days a week. No adults art iflvetl ibod and iio rice is available w teed the 5.~ persons in his eani;', he said. Veto showdown may not come WASHINGION (UPI) -Congress will lose a chance to jirove it k veto prooC this week if President Ford decides to coai~~~roniaw on the oil tarifT issue. Ibis botanic n'ore apparent after the Sunday announcenient hy lenin It Lynn. director of the Oflice of Matiagenient and Budget, chat President Ford ii.ight be ~.mlIing to drop the ,~ext two SI increases 'ii the tariffs on imported oil. LYNN SAID Ford will decide during the coming week ~ihetIe, he could conlpronise with Congress on the energy j~rOgraaii. I think the question is whether or not things have proceeded to a point where the President may property in that spirit ol cooperation and in the spirit of getting Congress to take the next steps do the deterral. Lynn said on ABC.TVS Issues and Aiswcrs. With the recent White House policy change. a veto showdown seenis less and less likely-a ritual veto override vote in the House. perhaps. followed by no action or an in. successful override attem1,t in the Senate. WIlD'S CHANGE in outlook began Friday when he discussed possible areas of conipronlise on energy policy with Congressional leaders. He indicated he might sweeten his impending veto of a bill that ~tould delay his oil import tariffs for ~O days by voluntarily delaying laflofthetanftl~rogram fortwononths. Ford spent the weekend at Camp David considering this option and other areas of possible energy policy compromise. tic No.' IX,~ioii.IIV led li~ Iiicuiiihcrt Niavo, SJitiLt~. ~ot oiil' 42 per ant p1 he iote. The part> ha~ \~ c~ DCI liii 'like hi i.pd of W.~i Id War II. Kiau~ I Lited 'tei% clecrt'd 133 persouls to a House ot Deputies "hti~b Iicr.il k houses the iie'~ U' .l~Or. As the largest pony In the ic't house. the Christian L)eimwrats have lint right to t% to to in a cal tion ~O' erg, men' and as leader of the pat I .rc,,/ i~ aRo ,iutonnttically its candidate Ibr mayor. og head 'I the oc' i~o' crnnei~t monday MUM a cams .u Site clipsule Sniper kills four with mail order rifle 'MI I H RIVI H. (dlii (UPI) -A gunman Sunday upIo~ed ., nail order rifle. 'talked onto the balcony of the Sb,1, Xshorc Resort Motel and shot at least six pcnons. Iatjllv ouiiding tour. Nantics of the ucrim. 'crc unavailable. A ii:issi.e ,naihunt toe the sniper was underway in the '.ooded area uilnng Highway 101, sonic five miles south ci the thcgon 'tote line. [Mails ci the incident wey~ sketchy and the Del None ountv SIerilfs 0(11cc had no immediate comment, except to all as amIable la~ enibreement authorities were throw,, info the iianhunt. Kidnapped guards released SF11 trON. (bonn tUPI) -lhree workers kidnaped b~ three lien 'tho clainied responsibility lw destroying a sponge rubber t~ctoiy here in a Saturday night fire were released inharnied early Sunday. An FBI .pokesnion said one of the three kidnappers told the three workers s they were froni an underground revolutionary ~ hut the spokesman expressed doubt about the clarni and said. We just don't know. I he guards.handcufled and blindfolded, were released inharnied in a wooded area nearby after the explosion. Physical ~Ianiagc to the lilant was estimated at between Th nill. ,n and 110 million. a radW safr neiieekonW sAr -w *aaa~Y.~fl.fl SMALL Tr~UCK .,~. .s TIPt SALE -N.,. *4 -"S .75.id ~W .7.,. Sn. flt* Skit I*M 730 -*sSt flI* ~S *.I* "In *45 N.,, ,1 fl" ----S~, S U ~ !~ a4w.ymwO~vg. Usfs. fl.5. ~sAawi.st dW S .eiw. bnq h.ip j COMUINrOOAV MS 311 1mW Si. I.e. -bad *1,. TOWN TIRE CO. PHONE 375-23 33 403 N.W. Ed. AVE. VP' a AUTOGRAPHING P. 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Th. i,~d.p.nd.n~ Fioddo AjIgoor Monday, March 3, "15 Pog. 3 Optional linen service to offset fall rent hikes photo by .Rc .intdn LINEN PICK-UP inoy be optional in foil By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Alligator Staff Writer A proposal by Housing Director Janes Heniiessey ~ II make linen service optional or [IF students livni~ on-canpus. [his niay ofTiet rem hikes this fall. 11w proposed rent increase tor non-aircond,,ioned dorms is pci quarter. according to Jack Mata. director of residence life ftr cast campus. It a student li~'ing in a nor-airconditioned dorm decides 1101 to use the linen service, that student will not pay 'itore rent next year. Mata said The proposed rent increase for airconditioned dorms is $20 per quarter. If a student living there decides not to use the linen service, he will have a 510 rent Increase rather than a $20 increase, Mat. said. According to Leonard Peet, Division of Housing business manager. the proposal was sent to Vice President of Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen on Wednesday. Feet expects Sandeen will take action on the proposal within a week." I don't see any problems in getting the proposal ap' proved.' he said. The housing office expects to save approximately Sl90Afl~ per year Iron, the reduced linen services. Peet said. It will save this amount if 4Opcr cent of the 3.935 students who answered housing questionnaire atfirniauively actually decide to use the linen 'er'ice Oti April I. ~.hen continuing residence lornis are mailed. studeiirs ,~ ill be able to check either yes or no' if they pant to continue receiving their linens from the linen service. he said Students ~ho (to decide to get linens will have a receipt on lie at the linen police so they can pick up their linens. Peet said I he voluntaryy linen service lull begin on Sept. I for the fall quarter. Peet said. Iransfer and incon~ing freshmen students will also receive communication pertaining to the voluntary linen service.'' he said. Although 'the final details' of the proposal have not been ~orked out. Peet said the proposal would allow students who want the linen service to pay for the service by the quarter, ather that, it being included in the rent. The proposal allows a student to pay 513 per quarter tbr linei~ service. 126 br two quarters, $36 for three quarters. and $46 br four quarters, Peet said, 'Obviously, it's cheaper for a student to get the linen service for three quarters, rather than one. That's because it's cheaper for us Ihousing office) to do the linens,' he said. The proposal was developed by Hennessey with help lion. the entire housing staR. Pen said. I Butler s decision sparks race By RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer Several prospective candidates for the two neant city conniission seats have announced their plans about whether they will seek the position following the announcement Friday by Gainesville Mayor~Coniniassioner Neil Butler that he wont seek an unprecedented third term. Controversy arose recently about whether Butler was eligible to run for a third term, because the city charter restricts commissioners to two consecutive terms. BUTLER RESIGNED IN 1972, one month before the city elections. He was unaware his civil rights had not been restored after a 2959 felony conviction for mail emhenlement. Therefore. Butler was not a qualified elector as he swore he was when he officialy became a commissIon candidate in I The right to run and hold office was included in those civil rights, so Butler resigned. His rights were restored three months after his resignation. Butler ran and won a commission seal in 1972. Although Butler argued that the one-month gap kept his terms from being respective. Any. Gen. Robert Shevin inlormally indicated his disagreement. I'M PERSONALLY convinced my eligibility would be upheld, but it would be devisive campaigning." Butler 'aid at an S an., press conference. However. Butler does not intend to remain "politically neutral." He said he and his supporters could easily support a dozen black and white candidates in the community.' but as of yet have made no final decision. 'Cm personally convinced my elegibility would be upheld but it would be decisive corn painting. -Gainesville Mayor Neil Butler mUTtER NOW IS EYING f~.rther political ambitions and said he may consider running fir county mayor if unification between city and county government is accomplished. Since Butler announced his decision not to run, several Im'sons have announced whether or not they will seek a seat on the city commission. Defeated County Commissioner G.M. Davis said he is seriously considering running for the open seat that will be left by Butler. lIE SAID lIE WILL make his announcement this week. Although he has not made a tbrn.al announcement, former city coinnilsuloner Courtland Collier said he "probably wont run. The UF engineering professor said. 1 *ould niuch rather work for some well-qualified person. It is a very demanding job and I will probably support Joe Little. Al Muzzell or one or two others." AL MUUELL, WHO LOST his first city commission bid last April. said he expects to decide whether he will run within the next three days. However, the 33-year-old landscaper said he is 'leaning toward go," but lie is trying to learn what other possible candidates are doing. Cynthia Moore. a member of the Alachua County Women's Political Caucus, had considered running for office, but she now says she will not seek the post. SHE SAID HER DECISION was made independent of Butler's announcement not to run and added it was too early to say who she would support. Only three people have formally announced their intentions to run for the two vacant city commission seats. Incumbent Con.nissioner Joe Little, who announced his candidacy on Jan. 20. said be was niidng his announcement early to give others a chance to n.ake their political plans. [IF maintenance electrician un, Hyland, who has also announced his candidacy. has not decided which seat he would seek. The most recent announcement was made about three weeks ago by former Mayor-Commissioner TE. Ted" Williams. By DEBBIE INERT Alligator Staff Write Regulations against sex discrimination in intercollegiate athletics may offer women's sports at UP a bigger slice of the athletic funding pie. The new guidelines mean men's programs will 'no doubt" have to start giving more of their share of the athletic budget over to women's sports, according to women's physical education Chairman Dr. Ruth Alexander, "WE DOWT KNOW YET whether the programs would have to be funded comparably or ona dollar for dollar basis" she added. The regulations signed Friday by Health. Education and Welfare Secretary Cas~r Weinberger. will broaden opportunities for women in educational institutions across the nation. The HEW regulations must still be approved by President Gerald Ford. They provide educational institutions with three to live years to accomplish the necessary changes in athletic prOgrams. PART OF ThE EDUCATION Anendments Act passed in 1972, the proposed guidelines forbid sexual discrimination in all educational programs and activities which receive federal funding assistance. The regulations, known as Title IX. cover admissions *nd recruitment for universities and graduate or professional colleges. Title IX also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in the area of housing. financial and employment assistance. health and insurance services, and athletics. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR women in athletics has drawn the inca controversy. The National Collegiate Athletic Association has attempted unsuccessfully to have major photo by g.org. kockaniec jr. NEIL BUTtER won't s.k third term revenue-producing sports exempted from the regulations. Some university athletic spokesmen have even said that Title IX could mean the end to big-time college athletics, if they are forced to spend equally for women. UP Athletics Director Ray Craves disagreed. "I I)ON1~ ThINK THESE regulations will seriously hamper intercollegiate athletics," Graves said. "Both men's and women s programs may have to give somewhere and make con~prornses. Graves said the athletic department might have to limit the number of scholarships given out in both programs. Title IX says if an Institution has separate men's and Wonlen's teams, it may not discriminate against either in the provision of necessary equipment and supplies. But equal. dollar for dollar funding fir both programs is not required. ALEXANDER SAID SHE'D like to see "a women's program comparable to the men s, according to wonlen's needs and interests. Alexander said she hoped two main problems in the women's athletic program-a facilities crunch and lack of scholarship funds-would be eased by the equal opportunity regulations. TUE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC program requested Sl6,~ for scholarship funds next year, she said. Up until last year, no scholarships at all were offered by the program. Graves indicated he expected the number of men scholarships which totalled S650.OW this year. to be cut back as the women's were increased. Money will become a problem." he said. "We hope to fund both men's and women's programs, so they can be competitive with other programs in the state." Because the athletic department operates on a Axed Income, additional funds for wome&s sports will have to conic 1rpm cutting the depaflmenfs bude sonieplace cisc. Grave explained. Extra funds for women's sports?

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Peg. .4, Th.Ind.p.nd.nwand. AJIijator Monday Mock 3 II'S Investigation sta B, STUART EMMRi(H Alligator Staff %4 rite, With Unix ~o '~eck~ Itti iii the quarter and tinil exams ~oT1iing tip. H~ J(lflhiiik(tatOrS arid Honor C ijUrt OifiLI~tk 'a' they doubt (he Ii~estr~nitn into kheattn~ in the (oIle~e Business Adrniri~uatioi, ~t II be able logo much further lot Fhfl~ Alt h~,up~h both ~rtu ps sa~ I he~ expect the in' estigat Ion (0 hr continued next quarter. he eltecti~cnc~s of an' Inure action ~ ill lrobabI~ depend ,n pending litigation again the dosed Honor (tun heai rigs and a couti injunction preventing th~,se hcaritws 1mm being held THE INJUNCTION, issued Feb -bx Circuit Court Judge H A Greene. has presented adludication iii most of (he t3 students Lharged wth cheating offenses by he Honor Coun. but ~oun ottictals say it has also done much more. I-tinier Ally Gem. Paul Marmish, who resigned his position I hursda~. said the injunction stopped the in~estigahion Ironi continuing effectively because students and professors were no longer coming in to volunteer information. UF has appealed the injunction so that the proceedings could continue until a court decision can be reached on ~.hether the trials and hearings should legally be open or dosed. but no date on die appeal has been sot. MEANWHILE die Honor Court Investigation, under new Ally. (Sen. Scott Knox and Special Prosecutor Jose Rodriguez. has slowed almost to a halt. Rodriguez. who took over the investigation Friday. said he is basically trying to familiarize himself with past actions of (he investigation and the prosecution staff. Rodriguez 'aid he did&t expect to accomplish too mud. this quarter and was more concerned about the long range" aspects of the investiRatk~ti. KNOX who has worked on the cheating investigation almost all quaner. said he was "frustrated' over the inability of the investigation totontinue eft~ctively since the injunction went into effect. "The injunction took our momentum away, people did&t know what to do. The injunction disrupted everything." Knox explained. Knox said he doubted the Honor Court would be able to Is for quarter iiL~ lie IIh\t~LiLSiiiflhl ~~l>te Pit.'~ hell o*I ~L~l ii he ill ILl
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Pag. 6. Th. ind*p.nd.n* floddo AiIlgokr. Monday. Morch 3. 1975 Chairpersons still out as PERC kills motion By GARY BALANOFf AllIgator Staff Writer A motion for injunctive relict tiled by the A nerican Association ol tJniversity Professors IAAUP-Fla.) was turned down by Public Enilloyes Relations Commission (PERU) Chairman Charles Freeman Thursday. AAUP-FIa had tiled the notion in an chart In force PERU to inform department thairpersons they could still l)aTtiCiPStC in collective bargaining activities. THE HOARD OF REGENTS sent a letter to a University of North Florida ad11 in istrator. intorniing I, mi one of the ~Iepartnietit chairmen at the Jacksonville school would not be able to continue in his Student senates meet to discuss common issues By STUART EMMRICH AllIgator Staff Writer Representatives troni most of the state's line univerisities attended a meeting of the Florida Association of Student Senates at UF this weekend. The representatives discussed similar ,roblenis at their schools. including the proposed tuition hike for next year and allocations of activity and service fee monies' THE FLORIDA STUDENT LOBBY, a newly formed organization designed to lWOvidC a central lobbying center for the students In the state, was also discussed. A tuition structure proposed by the Florida Hoard of Regents. which would raise the cost Iorcourse'sfrom Sl3toSI4and St5percredit hour, came under fire from the senators [heir biggest criticism ot the proposal was that it ~ould lower the activity and service fee charge for students Iron, 12.27 to $2.04 per credit hour THE SENATORS ARGUED THAT the decrease in activity fee funds would result in the loss of important programs and that if the tuition was going to be raised the activity fee charge should also be raised, not lowered. I he senators also criticized certain aspects if the Florida Student Lobby, particularly the soling procedure of the board of directors. he lobby, which would be funded from ictivity tees from each state university, would be run by a board comprised of each student body ,resident at the member universities. THE VOTERS OF THE HOARD would iiot be equal. but would be weighted accordtiw to the population of each school. flit president of UF would have three 'otes. the presidents of Florida State Uiiiversity and South florid, would have two and the other presidents would each have one. the funding of the lobby would also be proportionate to the enrollment of each school. suth 10 cents charged for each student. Ftc senators argued that the 'oting system ~as inequitable and esers school should ha'e one sole. A resolution was passed. with only UF's represcrttltiC Sue Cline casting the opposing .ote. that the gate Council of Studetit Body Presidents re ise the swing procedure in rasor of an equal 'ote sysreni. 1MbsiIiIini it he )arfltlpattd in tolled 'C bit gaining. I he Regents position has excluded thairpersons troni collective bargaining because they consider he position a ilianagenient Post However, until the commission decides the site of the bargaining unit or units, chairpeisons continue to participate in union activities. THE MOVE BY FREEMAN on the part ol PERC left AAIJP-FIa. with two alternatives. I hey can either file an unfair labor practice suit again'! the Regents or allow the Ibrinal collective bargaining hearings to continue as l~l an ,,ed. Dr. Ron Carpenter. vice chairman of the AAUP-FIa. said Sunday his union would 'We
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ALL MS( EW NG 1 1 PROGRAMS IN IN WILL BE OPEN TO VOLUNTEERS AT THE OF SPRING QUARTER Cal the Samson office at 392-lUB tsar mom information. Th. Ind.pend.n~ Rondo MIIgIor. Monday. MouthS. 1915. P.r Patton of New In GaInesvIlle tG IQ uUe~rnaho 6Pegtauftant REAL MEXICAN FOOD Village Square 2409 Sw 13th St 377*5151 is subject s lecture 5UIMLIflWED HEALTh FOODS Heffotan B Welder HI Pto Products Natural Vitamins, Minerals K Herb., Dairy Product, koks. Cosmetics Mitradock Staid. 7 W.S U.InSy A. O.we Candle._n.M. FE. rg-~ Public TV highlighted S/I N EGINNI Ruuiusu~ca Pih~q. be. cite is FAST OFFSET PRINTING rem any camera ready copy mcfur cody *3W im cagims fur *935. Samr d~y SNV C flfl mOSI orlPtS Cones as ow ~s V till U. Udvu* Au. Is S. ftUflU F* m-742 N. 4. ;4j Martin BILinlermon. a prolessor of history at the Citadel. II speak ot, The Many Faces ot General Patton tonight at in Bryan Auditorium. Blunienson. who is one of Aiiericas foremost authorities on the history ot World War II. is the author ol the recently published hook. The Patton Papers. 1940-45. He has also ~.iLtten Salerno to Cassino. Duel for France and Breakout and Pursuit, a volume in the series United States Army in World \Var II, giurncnson\ appearance is being sponsored by the History department s program of American Studies, and by Public hind ions. CNY. Special ;~rogranIimng to give viewers an idea of the possibilities of public television is the highlight of Public televisionn Awareness Days on WUFT. channel five. Go,. Reubin Askew proclaimed Public Television Awareness Days, March 7-17. to inform Florida citizens of 'the wide perspective of cultural, educational and public interest affairs programn~ing available through public television. [he programming scheduled on WUFT for this period is titled Festivel 75 and will be in addition to most of wurrs regular programming. Shows include folk singer Joan Baez. a documentary on the Nazi master race breeding camps of the 1930s. and a one'han show of attorney Clarence Darrow's life, portrayed by Henry Fonda. WHAT'S HAPPENING By STEVE FROCKO Alligator Staff Write AQUARIUM SOCIETY: will hold its monthly meeting tonight at 7:45 in the Doyle Conner Bldg. A slide show will be I eat tired. PATTON: The Man ol Many Faces" will be the topic of the talk by Martin Blumenson. author of The Patton Papers. tonight at 8 in Bryan Auditorium. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: will meet tonight at 7 in McCarty Hall. room GO66. Guest speaker will be Dr. David Hamniell of the Suwannee Experiment Station. HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 in Florida Gym, room 220. This meeting is mandatory for those going on the Smoky Mountain trip. For further information call 377-5322. ENGINEERING DAMES: will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Fluek; 1400 NW 35 Terrace. For t~trther information call 373-3887. SPELUNKERS: the Florida Speleological Society will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall. room 215. For further information call 378-6144. PRE-VET: club will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Mechanical Engineering Bldg. room 211. Speaker will be Dr. Lyle on Equine medicine. EAG: will neetWednesdayat 7:30 p.m. in the]. Wayne Reitz Union. room 362. This is the last meeting of the quarter. for further information call 3921635. IEEE STUDENT BRANCH MEETING: will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in Larsen Hall, room 330. For further information call 392-7.555. "THE LAST TEN DAYS": a German movie with English subtitles, will be shown Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in AFA 1058. Admission is free, for further information call 392-2102 or 392-2101. prof'

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?eg*S. Ti. lnd.p.nd.n' florid, Mligaor Monday. Mor'ch 3 VS EDITORIAL Fa rewel 'Do noble things flog dream them. all day tong. And ~o ,nake La/c. and Death, and that For Ever One ~rund Sweet song. -Charles Kingsley. from A Farewell '5'9ORRY rr HAPP0NEI~ rekLAa THEY NE~ MORE C# '~VUR K~NP DOWN THURE. It is the ultimate failure of language -and the deepest sorrow of those who practice its craft that toward the expression of the things that matter most words are as useless as motions of regret. The senseless deaths of four young men, surrounded by circumstances of sheer nobility, speak a message only the bean can decipher. And it is the irony of the senselessly technological time in which they lived that four UF students were killed in a highway accident while carrying a message as old as human history. Today we mourn the deaths of Larry Berlew, Jerry Engram. Mark Stafford, and Mark Simmons, who died Saturday on a mission of charity sponsored by their fraternity. We pray for the swift and full recovery of Kathy Mayer and William Sipala, seriously injured in the same accident. And we are grateful the nine other students injured were not seriously hurt. To the families of the four dead students we otter our sincerest sympathies, as we offer them to their brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. We would suggest that their mission -carrying some $900 in Heart Fund pledges to Tallahassee -was not, and could not, be cut short by even the momentous tragedy that struck it. For that mission spoke and will always speak of the finest things human beings have to offer: the compassion of charity. Shakespeare's quality of mercy, that is never strained. That they dared do noble things. ~nd in so doing were lost to us. should stir in those of us content to merely dream of grand deeds a song yet sweet, yet sad, yet hopeful. And if we have railed as miserably as we feel we have in trying to voice our sorrow, we believe they would understand. Because it is part of their message. too, that the essence of nobility is not in attainment but in earnest striving. 2 Linus var t.w.a mug. h ~ypS, signed. dc.M.-.pcc.d and not .xc.ed S wodt Not be .ign.d wit a p.udm'ymn. Hove .ddnas and iS.$.n. numnbn .4 Netue will be wIAiw4d .t.ly If writ., isow, luS an. U. .ini -S dglwe ,i. .11. lenIn 'pm. Wilt. aMy .hmlt long. ssoy,. colun. or Ba,. ie be c.nSd.d hr --S,.SSng OW cotaa My wMSV &a.nA in .a.mng r.guIn cola I. ~ b 0uSd A. oddiur nd he pmpcv.d n Stew Mystery of the UC I uesday. Feb. 3. 1983 (Just imagine) I GOT A MESSAGE from Tom. It seems h&d been hanging Big Brother posters on Little Hall and overheard somethingg that made him believe the morale of the University College Faculty was getting better. I had to investigate. I rushed over to my office at the Insignificant Third Wwld Reptile to grab sonic paper and a pie-clicker lioni the camera pool. I told Zen to hold the press and I'd have an exclusive for him in an hour. He'd wait 'eon as we got outside the plc-clicker started on me with lots of questions. I told her there's no time to waste. 'chad to tush over to Little Hall. While we were rushing I got a glimpse ot her and remenibered who she was. It was Betty Lou Star. the Homecoming Queen Iron, the year before. Just what I needed. A Sicky Sicky Upohuck (SSU) sorority sister. I FOUND TOM standing by the Soul Shack at Little Hall twin down hard on a tried chicken leg. I asked where he'd wtten the scoop and he said that he'd been hanging a Big SATIRE Brother poster by a third floor bathroom window when he'd heard laughter. Laughter. Ihat set me back a step. Nobody laughed at UC. Not since 1968. I was skeptical. I hadn't trusted Toni since I'd found out that h&d voted for Big Brother in the last eleetni. Rut itiy laith was soon restored when we hard another laugh from the %indow. I MADE A PATH for the elevator. I was hoping to flnd ~.here the laughter was coming from before it stopped. Inside the elevator we caught our breath. The ride would take ot least live minutes now that they'd rationed energy on campus. It gave me time to check out this Homecoming Queen photographer. I kne, where she was at. It was written all over her. Those t The Independent Florida Alligator (Ill &mflican p A. tOny K.ndz~ov Jen.*i V Cook Mrs lv.Iyn b.t fin. Mc lgA.~ it C Roy SA,~ tot., MoeN.m.,. Ijy McGkJr Dwobjbooc -Ae.yNO tynd. Mcml., Omen. Snyd.~ nnSo&M, U laugh DAVID SUTHERlAND 85 dollar silver sneakers: the three hour paint job on he, tice bottomed otT by a SSU tee-shirt with her name on back. Yeah. I knew where she came froni. I struck up a conHow was it being Homecoming Queen?" I shifted as I spoke. HER EYES lIT up and she put on. big sweet smile like 'he was ~tandin in front of a TV, camera. The experience was most rewarding, for me and others. We visited orphanages and old folks homes where I felt as though I were shedding light into the lives of those in a ~Iarkness ot misfortune. There is so much to be done an the ~.orld. Everyone should love. looked tor an on'oIT volume' button as she kept on. but soon the door opened and we heard laughter drifting down the ball. We followed the laughing to its point of origin. Room 349A. Inside the laughter continued and there was a peculiar hissing noise. The door was locked. I tried to figure out a way to open it when Betty the Homecoming Queen suiwested knocking. Bright girl. A WOMAN WRAPPED in a towel opened the door and inside there were several men and another woman in towels waiting to enter what appeared to be a shower. From theotherendof the hall a flip-flopped towel wrapped Dr. RB. Rrui, came. I asked what gave. Oh!" Big Bob beamed. "eli this? Well ever since the utility company rationed our home water supplies, we stifled taking our showers here. Now it's just like a regular get together. lii June. That's June Sparks. Humanities? Kinda nice, huh? I've written a little slogan we use. The faculty that showers together. hmnana, flowers together?" WITH THAT they all started giggling again. Queen Betty started blushing. I took heroutof there andcouldn't help but think, 'Itonly they'd thought of that back in '75.' Dovid Sn.,I4, Ed'ior'inchi.* David ~*,n NewS Editt Tent Wood Macfl Sior -on,,. Lflyo~ Mn0, G4@5 Manog., Aant On,. I Mono,. Mm in Sr. live A.S an I mcbosane. Ma. p. kL~s~t Mn.Sng -a Inc's SntIuu C.o.dfra, Advr~ng PiSucton Miens N.*a Maugs. Miens P.doctco Monegs. Cwtjlnon A OaSIS Marag. in. -n~ PtMtdwd by (;kfl S Cnn nIl tawat inflem. Itt' P.O. A. 132M UiAv*nl~y ~-, can. aaa *44k. haM S CShp Inn. 173 Wa DnIn*7.~. ksn a. Me: IS 4k MU~*4 bosoM: W~M* AdvertIsing and Pred.cflA bpawa ms~ I 4 I p

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-r I The nd.p.nd.n* Radio AJlI~c$or. AAondcy, M.rcl, 3, InS. Peg.? Answer the unanswered questions For the ldst several ~.ecks. ii; di~ ha~c been hrighttflC(i by the discovery ot a cheating ring in the HIi'iiiCV% ~~hx[ ~,d the subsequent predictable All igabor respotise 1tickrakiflg the nuckrakers. ALTHOUGH MANY don't find this iunn~, I icit I ~mull jilord to liii in Arts & Sciencesi Ret.eru (IC' eiopnlerit v howCvCV threaten to carry implications tar beyond (his ine~tlVti'i It's time to .top giggling. ~ Feb 25, Gary Balanoff gave a reporters I espoti %C I. to wh~ he Alligator was pursuing open hearings. His attcn, 1 a~ icitijirable, but he uiitortbnat clv addressel hinisel I Cr' hinted area. He addressed the idea of publicinng the arnc~ of lie cheaters. I don't agree ~ Iii his analysis, hut th at is irrelc~aiiI What is relevant are the unanswered questions What ~ill he the etiect of the Opening these hearings" were a complainant, would ~ou want to testily in an open )roceedin~? If the open hearing will indeed keep ~ witnesses jwiv. (itsamazing how many people dislike being called a ~quealcr over an issue like cheating) the investigation will have been effectively killed. Which is more damaging to the I L2litJtd!hoil tit his [iibi~ei sit' and the .iedihilih degices LQI aiited hi~ he Busiiies\ school 2(X) .t)ii'iCttOfl% in closed liLarmgs. ol open leai ii~s ti~ hich no Action iS BY EN ROLLING t hi~ tilt,' Ci sic~. ~c all agreed Co the ititipltt that (ii Lertan issues he Honor Court ~ould lerci mine the cralis I line ikiss assumed. ho~e'er. that Lulilt (I 1451 Ltuld itihIitI~ brand me guilty of a crime. I ii, ici~ asked Co sui encle, that ight to a quasi-pudicial.idnniiisti It iS c bo~l~ In ohe, smids I ecogiire the right GA his LJniver~ny to Ac .itd(lCmiL sanctioTis against ire a~ it sees fit. But I LIII C5t i Oh the I op i Ct' oh '11th .' hod i ti for ruing 28.~ people throu~Il the Alligator lone (hat I .ini morally corrupt. I told th ii k carefully~ before I ~ C .1 student court the ~anie P0~ Ci CO (I lili .1 ge a cr5005 C l~ii tat ion as we give to Our ~.osc, flhlientil courts Mi Halanoffs Thai question was an IMportant one. Whose i ights are going to he protecwd? Surely not those business students who Iidnt cheat: ~ irhout Honor Court action, there will be little done. Coiiiinon knowledge of RE olaters liOtCcdiiig CliI(,ugh to ~ adtia(iori ritidejeeted wlI ~'st a shadow of doubt o, Cr each business si udent FUTFIERMORE, WE iius: 'ot forget the right oh accused olaters I ii I tound ~uiltv then tights are of the utmost ilupol t a rice. With open hearings. it is quite possible fbi an loceti I pcrsoi~ Co be aecti se~1 it u net h Ca I u.id uct before 28(XX) wople. E~ en it found iii nocent that individual's I eputat ion and possibly futui e business oppoil unIties in C his 'tate may be irreparabis daiiiagcd. I siiiccrely question the cntiic disciplinar) structure of this on ersity. and the honor syswn, it, particular Given the 'vteni ye ha'e. however, closed hearings appea to he the ,rik alteiriative to halting lie process entirely. IN YOUR GUSTO in protecting student 'ighe. you are destroying sonic important ones. Please. Mi -BalanoiT. answer these questions too Ihey are a little tougher than the ones ~ou answered I probably wont agree with your response. but at least show iic you have given this more thought than just what a iice story a trial niakes. Snon M Harrison 4AS A few counterpoints EDITOR: this response is dressedsd to Miachaci A. I~vles I have never read such in iniiiiatur~ and unrealistic as throne he hirIsents. be more specific. Mr. Pyks oilers six points to lead I henkhrer and happier lift. ('ounterpoi~ I We tone should only weak for himself) Ire ict here in this institution only to absorb inforinatios. Learning to nit it Only Ifl incidental proc-ia in getting throuMh this system. 2 tirades aft not rdative dilterentigh They are the substance of ones record. they are ones adniluance Of iOnadnhittance to any 1,rotessional or graduate school. 3 I he high ideals you set for every person are tine if rio one cares about how they are going to ,,ake a living. 4 Ones life is made and fabricated in college. S Grades are not bestowed. they are earned. b Our system only allows us to be forgiven once Id any five hour course. Ibis letter is not an ad~ocatiott of cheating, just reniinder that there are sonic 'cry good reasons for it. To look at it in wnte other ways is %iniply unrealistic. John David Kelner 4AS The Independent Florida Alligator h~ ion Cv~antCfl h~WnInmwiwv ---pa4o~* Eddor 4. II.M.iin.m M. pfeSIin' 0~ 1,-Mm MIMI K0VIdfl MS N.vfl Uno' THAT'S flIGHT ODK I aren EDITORt Du. current pre-reg period. O.D.K. distributing its print on Course and Evaluation. The Colleges of Sciences. Journal, Communications. chitecture and Fine been using the san, Ihe O.DK. infc sheet shows ten troni this ibm,. ftc trouble. thou~ o DX. gave thc answers to nine of questions. Only the dealing with ins' enthusiasm. happen correct. I dent kn4 happened. but whoever did this eoi the wrong responsci of the other nine. iii sonic caS responses are the what is printed. 1 question as. The covered material too the favorable answ students to disatne. the scoring system. high score. W questions got all wmehow. some of evaluations t accurate ring the scores, earned by professors istration .is favorable reactions. were again iiatched with items which ed report score in the other direction. Teacher If any student has wondered how it could be that the ~rts and students in a course who 'sni and thought the professor was md Arenthusiastic, concerned about Arts have students, intellectually o torn,. stinulating. etc. coutd. at the irmation 'ante time, think his course questions organization was lousy and overwhelmingly report that h. is that they hated going to class, this wrong is how it happened. the ten I have sonic advice tbr first one, students in Arts and Sciences. doctors Journalisn, and Coni ~s to be niunicat ions, and Ar~w how it chitecture and Fine Arts. ~oniehow Ihrow the sheet away; ifs no ,ied down help to you. for each I have some advice for (inK.: Eoch time thus far es, the these printout sheds have tvcrse of been distributed, they have ~ such a been filled with errors, instructor although this is the wont yet. rapidly'. Either get on the ball and do Cr 95 for it right. or quit cluttering up which in the campus with stacks of yields a useless paper. hen the itixed up hen high Joseph S. Vandiver Profrisot Sociology I

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P.,. 30, Th. Indyn4.n. Plodda Alligator, Moa4qy, March 3, 1915 Educational Experience Spend this spring quarter as an exchange student at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida. DEADLINE FOB APPLICATION: MARCH 7 CONTACT: Office of Carnegie Rm. 180 Bldg. E (behind Tig Consortium ert HaIfl Phone: 392-2361 / MW VIstlIgDaddy. Whemycur, N.y., Mon.' Three iocotlonst Lanplighter, Cm City ond The Alibi. SNURYS -pub style lunches, imported beer fine win., .njoy our famous Souffy Burgerot 30)7 W. UnInnhty For beer. wine, kegs. ond I c. con,, to GATOS EVUACS. 2fSW IS, St Op.n loom to 12pm. For something n.w in a dinner reaumnt ny ~h. pub in ib. UNIVIIY INN, 1901 SW Ifl. Phon. 372.6333. ~uvww~rn~' ISO A GANDAIF I -wine che.s, breed. Injaft. Mon. So* 7pm till? Wooden music oil week Hoppy Hour Mon A FrI 47 pm A splendid In~. is guomntnd for oil 2300 NW 4 ST. 377.9890 flCJ1AUCIU1TJ' JOEl OW ho. on .4*. you con'? rSua Supriwich specials for only SiS ow. So scodwicha tooefrwnt 18145W flIt. DOMINOS PIZZA -FREE DELIVERY. Eo.t.ld. 376-3317, Compo. 376.2487, W.tsld. 373 241 i 1720 K] V VJM flit COUNTRY KITCHEN is now MNIflQ home COOnIVY cooking. Bi'.okfost sMciols. $1.25: lunch sp.clols. $2.00. At Oigm~n.vlII* Uveseck M&.$ N. MI 372.6219 AnSI GAtOS HAUl -Eot-In, Joke-out. hove it d.Iint.d. Enloy our food (end beer ov win.) ony way you wont. 37765)0. ii. Su.nAIn. Mc. hr 123 Wa Univ. 376.2139 .vlng homemade soup. solod. and. wiche juice nooti* and bok.d goods Op.fl iO:S5:a lI.A:U Sot. Ti,. Cku family flynn you o *flIO, auth.nttc CNn.s lood ol oonobi. ~,cn Op." for Lundi Mondoy iku It 30 to 2 30 dnn.i Mondov hru ~hws4oy 5 30 to 9 00 p rn Fridoy and Soturdoy. 530*0 I0~pn' LUNCHSPEOALSI 15 GB'kL-ST~UPIflNT W. University Ave. 37 t 4 '7-465~4 ----------------I *~~~You can have' I I I I a coupon1 page I I I I I I ----------Call 376:4462 4 ---AIRHOCKEY POOLTAB I I COLLEGEIN Ave GdlnesvIIIe 728 W University B THIS COUPON ENTITLES YOU TO B A FREE GAME ON ANY Al PINBALL MACHINE I I I Lg I Good any Manday to Thursday and Sunday Disc p.rpwusn J ---------------ass --------------------------I FREELUBE I with OIL CHANGE and FILTER I Repoir ON ALL American I Pomlgn Car, Sp.cIaIIzIng in VWa. I I nAIR STANDARD STATION IIlOS.MAINST. 272.SIfl nsudUmC.mnfmm 0.Ofr IC ---a -na------r --an----ze -------* MAacH IA~ 1 I ISGwwasm 5 -'IU'~ -n~y V TMSMU g The world's Biggest Bok.d Potato I I I. ~~~~1 Ii I aw -----------------------.3 I I. I IS Di *rent St.oh Dinners From '.95 to '4.29 3.m.s.mmsm~*.u.rn*.*.eUUU**.~s*.um a ------------------------------------S -------You can have' 0 COUPOfl I I page tori $7.92 ---------aCall 376*4462 I ---a-a -a-e I I I I I 5 &.wS**ifm~fLO4etn,.tt (At.tp.ep.nofl) I dint Mw*6 I I bW.r6 dt~gt IflV '*1 N v~a I I I L ANTMON~S SA~DWIC ROOSt B. ROOSt Pm Ham Past r sin' Corns Be Braunsch, tIES k .4 niger --------------a I ANY FOOD ORDER I I OVER ONE DOLLAR1 WITH THIS COUPON I I I HOMEMADE 'JICTUALS SI IC I $1 50 Tuna S.Ifl 51.0 $1.4 SW,,. Chine $fl I $1.4 American cheese S'S I $135 Chdlflog 5755 $135 ~0MEMADE SOUPS CHILI $120 Soup. du Jour, cup 50. bowl 70 5120 ChIll, ruoSS, bowl.75 I WI SERVE LIGWT DARK DRAFT AND WINE 3. I I I 0 '8 .I I I I I I I I I ANTHONY'S 1nlne twentx.one west university1 TtS coupon entitles bear., to. dIscount 0425 c.,t.o., sny food ora, C! 0fl dollar ow luCre Ofily 0fl COUpOn SOt PirbOfi wilt 5 Mo.ov.C. otter .xplr.ton midnight. Saturday, March I. ---------a--~~ ----a-ar -----------aaaaaaa ---Mushrourrm a IWO FOR ON! I Buy.9" mmom plaque at 12.00 plus U paint chorg. and I well give yo.J n.f your choIce ftrnf clap. bw,.mb.r well help you poInt. or leave yoo ci. lode your ow,, *Ing. Gnb.h.Ae.dpfliwfls. I Shvg.edl.b.S4P*.fl 3978 g Wm~.sqsemWU Uwodmewlil. shtetcssmrPlaster gajlei7 A New limits Mat ,* TOSEWIIN CAME -sa ~r C~ann.Is, A w.a!n., CtMfl, LiP' NWi, Nw York 1Th'h ENcft.n. I FM statIons 00 TV Ct*Mn.iL and FM ~4 AM statIons on iha FM bnd -on 1UI~ WON CASE CCL INC mw. maw St

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The independenl Florida Alliqot0r Mornlcy Mord, 3 '975, Pog. II a CL FOR SALE ~o. Sole Superh Slerco Sirs*e V I 2~ Infinly ~ rlec,,o~,ttt ~p~oke'~ Thorns ID 25 is Sea in toll t,~r, 176 2402 IA 5T90P1 --oumycum CMX flU NOW 9 $1.25 YE IIP.M. i IzU&U t ALL I)5 sTIHt~ &MY:39:U 4 11110$ d flUVMD GUARMAIE A fiLM BY PAth, MAZWSY AIrY CARNEY CIIatcher's lIARS Jewelers tIle" 21. UnIv. A. S754afl vERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFEF 5.3012 PICK VOW PAVO~ S.I.cilon of flavor baked pizza and garden find, salad $1.56 a Pizza W Inn 316 S.W. 16th Ave376-4521a hAlO NOON lIME BUFMT *hml /. -seal I fliNCH DINNER 11AM SFM ALl DAY I FOR FOR g9c $1.39 50% STLIfliT DIMCOEJ'E7 I OPU4 DAILY 1 IAM-MIDNIG1-4T IGOSSW 13ST 377.0301 9" I" 233 W. Uni. Ave. PRESENTh The Original Tap Dancing Kid JIMMY SPHEERIS and HIS FULL SAND Saturday, March 8 8 p.m $450 Advanced ii pm $550 Advanced TICKEISAT: Rebel Discount (both), Box Office (III p SSIFIEDS .ouItVAC 1:5 flU 9:3 FOR RENT FOR SALE I. a IliAc ~ho I~~ii~ '~l~ I ,' vpi nod ~',e U +3 Rv *ppo~&'npnr only NASA AF~O ~ t'~pp V only one eft MC ,~q +ogs wormed and ',doro~le rbase ~hog~ lop dog, or'~'noI!~ lo.i Ibet ideol tip, pet HO,,se irn 'n& non 1731059 0 SI I p iIr Riond ~ew erignoernen, and wedd' r~ 'ngs karat yetlowgold 'in 'mnr~iA or, bai$ 'I o~js vol us .&l'ng $350 ni' of~nr 4 (Mn 177 8765 ~ 91 ci 'tort, to, 70 ;Inlo onveri ble needs a '~cd home a liii. Larfl roll 373 655 LIfter 51050 a It 91 1 o I letter tel.' fig old original movie pos'ert Ln, 'ted sippI y 0(011 3'3-S7O4 'A 51 90 P1 69 F.rehird o~r ton power steev'ng + hroke~ lulo rot's new e ,hou.t System hake. crnb stone, sin11 or rode Or motorcycle call 172 l~ a St B~-p 973 Dodge spo'. thAn A C 6 cyci loaded rake over poyments and small (n.h difference 370 5028 alice sun ran wed eve 392 ~I excellent coed i9~ r'let Ia St 89 p1 L~7l Chey Nrnro qe.n Al ~ v good condition no a', power broke. an, odic power ,te*rir'g go. sayer' CoIl between 2 pr,~ 373-3627 (0 Si 094') 0ononds Sopph',o, Emeralds Jade, and 95 other gefY' minerals All quohities available Priced 'or, 25 percent 0 50 prCOnt below retail Custom cutting iron, $10 a' Unconditional Cuobontes CUtE By opointrnen* only 373.3894 A lIT 90-P) ('oir'esylleg Largest Indoor FLEA MARKET Every Fri Sd Sunday A 1,1, bit of ev.ry'h'ng or ever yan. L2Et F Un'v A. 378 3431 A STOOP) 973 Kowusoki 90cc street bike Very good andition Come by and and 'do oIl., S 00 pm No phone Only $~a,2l6sw3Ave Apt No 2 A-SI gop) $.JS ruler all elect,,c oc e.c.llent ondian roveoble 'rust sell $l~ or best offe, (OIl nancy 178-6355 alter 6 IA 41 90.PI enlarger distil mt~w lens or 3Snv,~ oy 2'. 11,14 easel and print ,,osher $125 177 0355 510 r~w 15 ave A 4T-~0~P) eargan World 's moving 0 a mare conven'erM location to boiler Serve you Sunk beds $55 R~Iig $35 2614 ~ 8$, Terrace Ptone 377 ~835 (n-SI 91 p} r0, Sole 64 KHARMAN CHIA Low Mdoog. Oood Tires ExcellenI Shape $l~5 00 Call 376-7532 days or 379-3345 nights 8 wnkends a Zt-9t-p1 Wedding Ronds, & Engagement Rings Trodiiionol or ContenporOry designs of your choice Handmade to, individuolt who worm1 Ho best Ori~'nnl work by South s leodrig Artists Master OvId Smith and Lopidist Urconditiocol Ciuaranlee OZZIE By appointment only 373 3894 A lii matched set of wedding rings wh'te gold er,,beMed wik diamonds .~ dollars 372-7893 our and s's whole diomonds in both a 3i-92 p) Flute 5.1mm signet sal 'd coin sily., minI cond new 2W need Wed 373-3770 Co 3' 93-p) Sears Aisionmatic Hoot-Cool Air Conditioner 14 ~ BTU Cooling, II 4eoting 2~-200 V 2 yr warranty a. sys $160 376-3657 (o-SI-93-pJ Youth Bed. Maitre., Sheets-US Child's 4-Orowor 0,.,. l5sZSx35". Antique Red rii~i $20, e4~9 Area ~ugs (3bown&red)-$? eo or all A for $25, 374 3637 (o)-Q3-p~ ________ Mobile Home I 972 2.60 carp.' brickikirt S anchored 377-3090 13~ null ~ sa SW 20 Ave tog No 27 (0591 p) MIKE'S Bookator. -Pipes Tobacco Shop Downtown IWS,&l s-s. 1it CUSTOM FRAMING 22 W Univ An ATh!IEJ I ~i1'IKRSIT1 CITY TR4VEI~ ur AMTRAK.PIANE.SHIP t 923 W. UnInndly An. GaIn.svIIIe, Ma. SQl FREEI BULLETT" Stmntig Steve Mcflueen 'bloi cvt 'corn mole 2 blks from ompiA I& .,onth spring qtr cc carpet "ad, cooking pay no utililin call glenn '9 5443 iS SI Needed rrrTsediot.Jy I nr 2 t.mof. 'norrote. Icr 2 b.drrn. 2 both op. $580) a roritl, 4 utilitie, five inn mn, nod cenlr call 373-54S2 (b-5-~If*n~fl~e rOOr7~rnote n.ed.d for toritorlobi. 2 bedroom op.' own root,, 5425 utilities Avo~Ioble 3-21-75 Call ~endi. at 373 3835 aiim Srin, (b~ 91-p} Fomni. Qoor,,ote "e*d.d for Spring ~uaner Wqndrn.odows 2 b.*oorn 2 boll, furnsMdcolf 37?-?lanytin'. (b$ 9l.~) OWN ROOM in 3 b.*oom tou Pt.f female 18350 + .all fir.ploc. b*g yard ne~ duck pond 378-2252 512 NW 2nd SI d.wero,. (b-5i-9I -r) Ho in. I $90 Cct'o~. on lake 377.0992 2 2b~ $125 NW Sect 3774092 I bdr tess Walk 10 cor.wvs r-S92 4ncres3milesto~ofF377.O9~ Apis $85 Jul Pod 377-S92 2 $7Q Walk to Campus 3774092 3 2 bdr $~ Soy. hi 377-6092 4 5 acre. Pool-2 b& 377-0992 Avail tat Spring 01, I $75 Eff.c.ncj UII pd 377-4992 2 2 bdr Woik to campus 377-62 3 3 bdt $170 No I. or deposit 3776092 4 585 Mo~l. hon,* 377-6092 United Peel E*iale 113'* l6thAv. Open9AMtoBPM r-sn .11 trn* --~ -bairn. CI*7i3 9:3 aw.I NOeASSESOR 7:30 COUNI TICKETS 9*3 .,-y.arrin.J Sit 1 1 "Magnificent. ..xSic and .wic, ftc thinking adults' -Jo.pI. bUck. Phiicd.ipMc Daily N.m I hove nfl. Inn anything Ilk, it heft. and dwjbt thol I will in anything quit. uk. it again. Yb. flin, uk. the hod, will stun and b.wIld.t But it will also exhIlotate and inloxicote -H.nrj Mill.,, *.g 5.,, Calif billiontly bond. the H.n. novel and already solidly .toblih.d in di. Annolsof Cult -Co.n, So. Francisco Chronicle MAX \'ON SYDOvV DOMNQJE SANDA in C 233W. Univ. Ave. 3774013 U,$sel TONITE 4W

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STREET'S SOI WI Ned CYQEY 1614N.W. IShSt I OAY $~BVI~I I DAY SERVICE FRANCHISED DEALER ALL ACCESSORIES CALL 377-BIKE Peg. 32. The Ifld*l~*fld*fl*FI@rida Alligosor Monday. March 3 I97~ DECLASSIFIED FOR RENT ''L 'ci ueorgeio*r return 'shed 2 hj' (191 mop ZR 5$9? A'? ~ fn~ 63' 21 0' Ao' ~pr'rq 0, n.e 75 A,' A' $9C Cu't( S bdr ~l/O 37? 6992 I 24 nce~ ~O02 "CI, 101 ci 377 6992 ~37' ~ ho 2216 1ore~ u''ri Aot~ A %o. I $752 bind' from U of F 2267i 377 6992 2 OOocre, 364 ~cnch, 2243i 37? 6002 3 3 6$, ~ijl~ to rdnwu, 122451 377 6992 A $125 tar0.bds 12225i 37? 6992 S 585 Mi util pa'd 11275i 377 6992 Unted Peal Islam Asoc tUNE 1616A.e Oper'QAM 8PM 377 6902 It, fr 92 c $95 sublet utrlilies electric 'ncludsd air and *,eol one room, shore both fr4g hot ilote 3 blocks off corrupts quiet r.onsible mol, grad uludent deFined AvojIob~. mm.dia'efy Coil 373 327 between 8-32 PM b-St-89-p) FOR RENT Mi"rd io~e ,oorote icr ow, cc,' rdoorr n~orlnprt V ,COjfl ~0. I,,~ 'E)fl!tCr 'Clt 373 OSlO 1,4192 C~ 'M *c ''berol ,t~,denr $75 ~5O 'lrp -Ji(( S bdr,,~',' ~'th ncntrtl nrsL,~e, ,hcd~ ptr. 'n Nf OH0 064379 K5r '0 pi crw. 'ncrn2 h dupi ',nfrn i tre ~,bir '0 put 'p .~ th 3 puppy $87 Se tri $50 ne0 see Ire live No,,, 4 olter I 6 5t92 p ookng for c, ellow place ,o Into 'p. o~n Ld, ~,'ih pr'v balh oc pool 582 o I ~,ii hike or bus to campus cell "nyt' me 373 3798 6 it 92 p FFMALE Poorraic "'noted shore B~ house ''cc area 6 blocks frorr campus me udes Ut' iitie~ p1eosc coil Nancy 373 9612 lb 2t 92-pI BEAT THE ICtISINO SOTAOF'i Now *s ike 'nit Ia stort looking or that 'deal home fo. sp"rg a, hail qtr we hove ninny l'st.r,~, oval for ken tnoll deposit ~nn hold ii for you Call iolo~ 377~Q~ minnie carnal. nort.d, luxurious Country C.nrden, flfr rust be neat $95 + jul feb cr1 hr. coIl Dee 3/2 366 or 3/32638 8 STOOP) Need loomore own bcdmn, in 4 bdrm hous. 3 biks fron, campus 323 nw Ids. $75 no 1 I-S till $75 dsp call Ken 377 SCSI otter 4pm ovo'i ma, I (S-51-QC-P) female roommate needed own roan, hov,'an vhloge $6250 ntis plus 1-3 ul'litiet coil after 5376-1467_Bt-86-p) I bedroor,, apI I block from med 'ernIe, 4 campus 5160 ~ unfurn or $I89~ turn dishwot$e. loundry cepes pool cc rn, no pets coIl 373-03 (S ST. q~pi o room no nice house 3 blocs iron, ii in 2 acres of land 505 montisty need Quiet responsible lemoke call 372-1724 beta, Inn, aft., S pm 8-ST OG-PI own room irs carPortoble oak forest awn house $86 mc + ut'l easy bike or bus to UF call chuck a. bihi 373-161' 65*69 p) OWN 8&O*OOM AVAILABLE SW + ulilitiet Village Apt. townhouse, furnish.d. two bofl, call Debbe oft. ix pm 173 2944 I Female Roommate wanted poolside ~rerch at, ApIs 56 2S ulililies CoIl 373-9955 b-5t-q0-pl to Ii I -role, furnished control heat a. ovoilobie 'mrn.diotely IllS till sept 372-6236 one mdc from campus (b~ gap, ferrole Roommate Own room P0 Howoiion Village Move 'vs rev' At in bock ne~ wooded 01.0 Nice S Quiet Colt 378-3157 8 3T-93-P) femole. to shore huge room meadows usury 0*9 1r ~r SW no I 3 itil co~l. color TV coil V3~779? be.' otter 4 p rn Ib-5-fl-p) 2 females to shore roorn*2 br, finn optcountry Gardens Close to Med Ceete. 575 no Coil 3fl-7854 (b&-93-p) need female to sublet spvin qt. 2 bdrin apt 5063 mo 4 2S~ security, utility' melody 373-ah 0, londn'ork I'S b St 93-p) Close to com~us F.mol. needed to sublet Village pork Opt Only 552 25 no ** ut4Iithet Oreat ,oornotfl + pool Call P8-0889 (b-Jt-93-p) Sublet Ig I bedroom opt unfurnished o~aloble lot. Match thru June $166 rrrth includes AC good view high rise call 373 2 oh., 6pm (b-St Mp~ sublet room La poncho apIs $90 per month pool or furnished carpets ph 3')6474 Jerry available March I (6 S4-S-p~ 2 spoc'aus comp~eely lurnisihed bedroom opts directly b.f,,nd norman 1,oll Available ma, IS call 373int or 3'&4I$4 eveninos b-7t-91-p) *emole roommate need.d for Sprinq Quartet 3 b.d.oorn Wirdneodows A4 577 50 -+ ut, Inies Must be Neoti I Coil P3-4422 (6 SQl -pi -R~ER-ON SUNDAY WORRY'S TACKLE BOX I BI. Saudi ot Light Newberry, Flo LEWIS J.rnlrycompony CLASS RINGS DIAMcr4OS WATCH REPAIRS 200W Univ.rsdy Ave 372At 06 FOR RENT oi~%torinbl C bedroom 'n '0, ~Ie F~I~Cj5Oni house ten blocks 0,~ 1w '100' openn~'r~ded person $Qt *~th 2<3 ,~* .34 err 373 ~3R2 6 'B p dtAAl~ ,oot,,nie V'iloqe Pnr~ corn toitoble own tncn~ pooF dc hen' lOse to onIpus 92 50 4 Lii! Id'S, no 3') 3~4I 6 Si 03 Annied rmodiotely ferrcile Qom '(rote a shore 2 bedroom dpi *'tF, 'Orson Own bedroom Unv Gardens for campy, ,utii Coil 373 9375 bIt ~3 C, Spr qtr role rooromnIc needed ot Iondmnrk opts 2 bi pool acheor dish kosher laundry $SS ut.1 loots hr une 5 toll 3'S ISI 6 2' WANT TO MO~1? If you d*.gre to move iron, your preseni lorotuon we con rent. ,ubh.l br fnd you roornrTote mn.d'ot.ly ot NO COST (nih todoyli Unted ~eoL hint. Ausoc inc 1)3 ~ 61H Ave 3fl-t492j~fr.55.c F.mole roommo,. wanted k. wing 0404ev fl,. oaks opt Coil of,., 5 pm 378 3733 (6 St 91 p) WANTED small lot 0 backyard for arnoil COmpel electric hookup country pr.ffe.d 377 043 siud.nl cdl -93p Yellow oonmoie spring quorler duplci. 53 33 a flo.* pIus -3 Al good people n w 45$. ave 3779562 Ton, ar Pool (cS-92-p) Wanted F.,,,al~ roommot. senous student non-cigo,.rte smoke, $51 mc 4 ijIdtfl*t, roIl 377 8746 (ondmo4 1A No, 96. I c-SI-fl-.) -------mann, I 50045 + COILECTOWS I MINTS I I I LIMIIWEDIUON PRINTS I 17W.UnIv. 37S.32~ ---------AUTO REPAIR AU W.* 0imfl$04 Mopor-Minor Repoirs 208NW JOAn 377.5385 FOR RENT ,le'C' Feint, on rind e needed oeniJ~ $t~ uii lilies Gatarwood lose to tompus no de9o5'tt call '''1)i lore 3') 3135 noyl I me ni nil I (C Si *~R 0 --_______ ernolo srLdiot.s a s$ar. 2 6dm, dpi ci C Oflielo' $1 ~ 'ontt thru Avgii~ plus ,i'l'ies mident 17' ~12 Morn'ngs c;,92p I -nnle roorr,,oie wanted Spring qir i~pgerc flokt 559 4 I 5 till ,tiet Own Qoorn 4 CoIl MI saco after 6 pr,, Si 92 0040 8 SILVER Top prices pod to,' rings old eweIry, etc conIhd.nI'o~ r~lt (iii. 373 3S941{c 50-53-c) WANIFD to 84JN' lena, Ou'tw Must be easonoble Most any cordilion 3)8fl~3 anytime c-St-89-p) ~emnlO *oomrrot* wontedI Colorwood op. shore 2 bedroom 2 both, SW call Now 377-7914 (C St 89 p) HELPI Ferrol. roomotet wanted tor cozy furn 2 b~m Iondrnar& op. ideal *nclittei $58 ut.1 ties call khy or sharon 373 2754 (c-a 91 p) roorTiote wonled own room 550 mc + I 2 Ut1 snarling Spring Quarter close to campus coil 373CS35 (C ~ 91 p) f*TOIC roonmcte wanted own corn vs I bedroom o* $6' ma 1-3 ulit bW. to campus quid neighborhood, ovo.lable nOr '5. 'oIl 373-1935 tc-a-9S-p) oomnol. wont.d own roonh in townhOuse 2 block, from campus $80 no 4 '. till color lv carp., 2 both imniedlat. occupancy ph 3721360 (C Se-fl-p) CAR LOAN. Try our low cost ma firming -lotus ~ conipuad each month op the unpaid balance arid do you ever save when you tSeorpayatwalIICaIl3O2-O3B3torcost -before uigniq peers anywtwre elm. ai~ Payroll deduction available, for hare and low ~mfl G ADO2VRUZ FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL (R~IT UNION SN. Avene S lb. comm *f 12A StOW NouwtOOea. 3Mpa. lbmuqh !ddmv What can you do with only a bachelor's d~r.? Now there Isa way to bridge the gap belwan an undergraduale education and a challengIng, 'Caponetbia carer The Lawyer's Assiani 1$ abl, to do work traditionally done b~ lawyers Thin months of intetiewe training can give you the skills-tb. courses are taught by lawyers. Yo.j choose one of the six course. olMred-choos. the city in whch you want to work Since 1970. The Inctilute 'or Pamalegal Training has placed more than 700 graduates In law Iims banks, and coTporatlotIs In oer 60 cities If you are a student of higt~ academic standing and are interested In a Career as a Lawyer's Assistant we d like '0 meet you Contact your placement office for an interview w.Ih our repr.sonlaIive We will visit your camQus on FRIDAY, MARCH 7 The InstMute for Paralegal Training 235 South 7th SIteet PhiiedelVtia Pennsyi~anra 9103 4215V I3thbOO 0

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-I 377 Cz. PM PtESInpMpsar0m4 MEWIC&1 WP$ES COOPERATION hi/mi PUBLIC '~U~ .T THE MAD HACKER IS HERE For thos, who tied to I ouldo t hill help luy ag think you 'I lurid it worth the MALL g 'I OF 23 BLVD. z let 16 AVE. S ISh AW. I UNIV. AVE. z IA -4 -I DOWN TOWN 4 4. HOUSACK RISING ROUGH 'M' HANOI MOvies rented by he ~i Mgo hau'1 (Or sole ~qI 347 20 ml So of on n*w SAl K as 4 640*5 NUNIUS We Con help you undo horns oporbrCni mobile home. o~ raomrOtA Me easy woyi CUP F~E iS PEFUNOABLE JOB I. usoam ii hIT~ -7 oat'. ti I I 6* 4th Ave 377 6?~ Th -a USFO / MI ca.ieutt .i or I macace C04'S -u.*r' nfl It 5 h-fl -SILL -u.s. -NIPAtA 466-3340 -* j "net SCIWIiM 0.~' HELP WANTI iv *9611 p325 ['hA Air Art Ed F~r,.til, iv, Prjtt in'r 'it' 'ettpi i~ Inn 3 per week AtJpl, i 226 I. $92 Solelpersons Hn ye 2 oulsude pr'rrt'rg ol.s nipv'om nowled0e of prrl r~'ule' r1 M AUTOS MAZDA IQIj ,ilvr p a,! am n, radio loyr doc' ted tronsmissuon only I 7 it coll 3/6 50)2 IC FR 85 NC) eO Fiat 850 runs tr&l S~ 0 b~ rAter ~ 379 9206 ~~L2~IiO3 p1 PERSONAl Term Poperit Conodos largest Fo. colOloguje send $2 to Essoy 5? Soduno Avenue Suit. 2~ On, Conodo Ai~o conipus tOtufli required Pio write I COED. for uol hoir rertiovi monenthy Ccli Edmund Dv elecirologs. over 20 years en; (a'l 372E39 (3 [P610 ii let Largest indoor FLEA MARkET Every F,' Sot Sundoy ~ to~kobie Boosh. 1* Doyly Is. 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.0 Pbge IA. Tb. ind.p.,d.oi Flovida Alligotor Monday. M~utI~ 3. I9IS grapples to crown. By GIRlS GARRITY AllIgator Sports Writer Yestertd~ a club. today a ham I)i0fl Si, yean ago, the Gators began UPs restingig ii edition as a club. Saturday night in Alligator Alley, they emerged a' an SEC chanipit,". THE GATORS sion the LhaTiif)ioilship with 114 points, outdistancing Kenphoto by q.crg. kochoni.c ir Schneider Atop the SEC ucky. "ho finished second For the Gator ~ restlers. the a,.ards kept coming and Lonhing. First, two Gators, cccaptains rini Granowttz at 142, and Henry Jackson at 190 "on SEC championships in their ~.eight classes, then the Gator tear, 'tas crowned SEC champion. and finally head coach Gary Schneider ~as named SEC Coach of the h'ar by the other SEC coaches. "IT'S JUST too good to believe that all of this could happen in my first season as coach.' said the 23.year-old Schneider rhe Gators placed in nine of 20 '.eight classes, including the two champs. 1ff also had two wrestlers finish second. freshnian Dan Lubell at ISO and Artie Habermann at 126. Senior JetY Davis at 158. Bob Saville at 167. and heavyweight Mark Totten all placed third. For Davis it was the fourth straight year he has finished third, and the second straight year for Totten. MIKE COLLINS at 134 and 177 pounder John Orr took fourth places in the tournament br UF. Schneider felt the chances ol the Gators winning the tournament were good until in, Worso,~ic,. the Caters 177-pounder injured his knee a few weeks ago. "WORSOWICZ HAD beaten everyone in the conference and definitely was the man to beat in his weight class, said S-chneider'When C mi got hurt, I thought our chances were slim that we ~ould win, because I felt we ~.ould need at least three champions to win" And after Friday nights first round consolations the coach kIt the same way. In act the coach said, 'Its izoing to be tough to finish second.' Rut, then the Gators came back in the second round consolations and won four ',iatches including three pins by Davis. Oit and Totten, and were back in the running. taking the lead over Kentucky 99-96. liP INCREASED its lead after Saturday's third and fourth i~lace bouts when Davis. Saville. and Totten won and Collins and Orr added "lore points when they finished fourth. The key to the whole tournament was Savilles match,' Schneider said. 'Bobby beat the kid I'rqni tennessee. who had previously beaten Bobby Friday night. and his win turned us around' KENTUCKY HAD six wrestlers in the finals and still had a shot at the title Saturday night but their hopes died when Granowitz and Jackson won. Tennessee took third place honors with 83.5 points ineluding two Buddy Walker Ethan Reeves at was also named wrestler of the champions. at ISO and 158. Reeves outstanding tournament. run ADELMAN Alligator Spoils Wilt. "Ncxt year has finally conic After countless frustrating second place finishes, the Gator track team has won the %FC indoor track championship and in the process crunibled a dynasty. THE GATORS captured the team title '.ith surprising ease, racking up 63'!: points c~.nipared at runner-lip LSU's total of 39. he lennessee Volunteers. winners of the -" by MIKE SHARPE won triple and long jumps to another indoor crown 10 out of the last II years. had to settle for fourth place with 33'!, points, one behind Mississippi State. It was inevitable." said a jubiliant assistant coach Roy Benson speaking in behalf of head coach Jimmy Canes who went on a recruiting missionn ininiediately following the meet. "WE JUST knew we were going to win. We had the team. The only surprise was the iiiargrn of victory. On paperwed figured we'd '.tn by eight points.' UF's remarkable freshman. Mike Shape. accounted for l4of the Gators points and was named the meets outstanding athlete as the new champions scored in every event except the DOED-yard run and the shot put. SHARPE WON the long jump on Friday as a repla.'ement for the injured Fletcher Lewis and then came back Saturday to capture first place in the triple jump with a leap of 52'SW and finish fourth in the 60-yard dash in 6.2 seconds. [he IS-year-old winning long jump of 49' established a new school record, breaking Ron Coleman's 1972 mark by an inch and a half. Sharpe now holds school records in the triple jump. Ion3 Jump. and 60-yard dash, THE GATO ft MILE relay team of Beaufon Brown. Horace Tuitt. Noel Gray. and Wimpy Alexander set a conference record of 114.6 beating Tenneuses 1969 mark of 113.4. Will Freeman successfully defended his pole isult championship in spectacular fashion. The Gainesville resident had cleared 163" along with LSUs Bob Anding but when the bar .n meted up to I6T. Freeman mined 'hilt Anding nude the height. FREEMAN THEN elected to mote the bar up to I6'9" and the stratepj paid off. Freeman cleared the bar. Anding missed, and the title was secure for another year. Other Cater victories were turned in by the two mile relay team and 880 man Horace luitt, who won in 1:5.7. Sophomore Wimpy Alexander came within one-tenth of a second of (0) winner T.D. Orungbenii. Vince Cartier turned in a solid performance as he finished second in the mile run and third in the two mile. ALABAMA'S STEVE Bolt won both events with times of 4:04.7 and 8:49, respect iv ely. In the high Jump. Cater Steve Ott cleared 610' and tied for second place with Lee Palla of Mississippi State. Its Whitehead. also of Mississippi State. won with a leap of 7"/C. breaking the conference record of seven feet set in 1970 by Gator ~on Jourdan. BEAUFOItT BROWN GOT third tn 440 dash and teammate Noel Gray w~as fourth Mississippi State's Evis Jennings set a SEC record of 47.6 seconds. Brown was timed in 48.2 and Gray in 48.4. The 60 high hurdles saw yet another record fall when LSU's Larry Shipp burned a 6.9 in a trial heat, breaking the firmer of 7.1 secofids i.hich was held by ISUs Allen Misher and U F's Haley Rostk. Shipp was victorious in the final heat and Bostic An ished third. "I DON'T THINK I've ever in 12 years of coaching had a more satiafring win." said Benson. ihe nicest part about the whole thing was the .ay the guys accepted it. They took it like real gentlemen. Whet. Tennessee would win. they'd rub your nose in it. Everybody hated hat." But 'e dklnt stoop to their level. Our ~up had class. 'tt U F Champs Jacks an, Granowit; bv7wkochOnl.c I' I I 0 Oh, Henry. By LOUIS BRANCACCIO AIUgSo. Spoils WIlt. If's easy for a winner to party. So the UP wrestling team and their l~ pound wrestler. Hem1 Jackson. had no problem. Doth came out winners Saturday night after the SEC championships were concluded in Alligator Alley. "WE'RE GOING TO party." Henry said shortly after his 3-2 win over Alabama's Billy King. "I don't know where but we're going to party anywhere we can. Henry's one-point victory over his Alabama opponent was no party, however, as he fell behind 2-0 with 2:27 to go in the second period. The first period ended in a 0-0 tie. Henry went ahead 2-I with 27 seconds left in the second period on a double leg takedown but his Alabama opponent escaped second. later to knot the score at 2-2 and the second period ended deadlocked. BUT IT ONLY took Henry three seconds to get a one point escape at the beginning of the third period and the match aided 3-2. "EVERYBODY WAS behind everybody.' he said. With the SEC title itt hand Henry said he will now set his sights on the NCAA championships which will be held in two weeks. All SEC winners compete in the NCAA but Henry did poorly last year because he said he went to the Iouniament with the wrong attitude." "I want to win this year and it's going to take a lot of hard work," he said. Henry %aid if one UP wreSt, can place high in the NCAA. the Gates -a teats could finish In the top ten. And Henry might jyst be that wrestler.

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Lac m h Gitot %Wifll mers. fle UF women swim team itic nICflS wrestling track team as conference pdons last weekend by wCiflN ~ecnd-pl&ct pgsSee w take the theist Wome&S littate swimnhing and ~ving ChiffIPiOtlShlPS sunday. II WAS the first time in a history of LJF that three teIt~' captured gkrotce chaniptotihips in ~amc weekend. florid. held a conimanding I a yk.~aT lead throughout he three I.~ event and flni~hed wit, 4Th Points. [ennessee 'as scton(1 'uth 410 tolloi.ed by Alabama. LSU and Auburn One of UFs outstanding ~ winnerss. &,rnie Broyles, helped the Caters in the 4~) medley reiay and also took the 50-yard backstroke in a time of 27.9. THE LADY GATORS' number one diver Mart Davies took first in the threeguieter. Fiuday ii, the onemeter Davies had been nudged out ci first by onetenth of a noint. ~eoring he lii '~oiic,, tennis tar ook it, ird place in the Fonda State mutational at I allaha~sec Saturday I he Lady Gators finished ith 14 points fin Ibe threeay tournament, just ahead of the l]iul~ersity ot North (trolna at Chapel RilI's 13 points Rollins College led all the ay 'aith 27 points. followed by the University of Miami 2rS ~4} te' I cturue~ec S '~tic Henlon s 2t*~ XS In I he hree '1Ct LI [)i~ es 'cored 406 S5 (II Iii si o' Cl I en ne~see '~aiids Bi 11am ho 'co, ed 401 25 U F\ other diver Lyn Ba~~ct look fifth place ~a ith 37i 10 Pci ~one did very ~ cli. and Marti Ust dove super 'aid an elated Lady Calor ~oJch Sue Ilaltacre Haltacrc said plans ~ere it the ~oik~ to hold another 5k. 'wet next sear, perhaps ~uih Florida the host ** 4 * BONNIE BROYLES took SO backstroke By MARK JOHNSON AllIpto. spes Wits. While UPs wrestlers. rracksters. and swimmers were out winning SEC championships this weekend. the baseball team lost two games to Florida State. 14.0 UF down FSL By KEITH CANNON AllIgate. Spfl Wits. The UF Caters claimed their second win of the tennis season Saturday afternoon in I allahassee with a 6-3 victory against the Florida State Seminoles. UF held a 4-2 lead after the singless uttatches. The Gators Juan Diaz defeated PSUs Gordon Jones 7-5. 6-4 in No. I singles Chap Brown (Ufl ~tet~ated Jose Schmidt of FSU ('-2. 7-Sin No.3 play. The No. ITK flhURALS Sorority Flag Football finals ~.ere held last Thur%day. DC won the Orange League against the KAT. 130. OPhIE are the Blue League Champions. Both DC and DPhiE are undefeated. Winners of Women dormitory Flag Football are Bro"ard SW. 2 and in second place was Jennings 2. I he championship game was held Feb. 25. In men s Fraternity Ho. ling. TX took first place in the Blue League and PIL Phi are the Orange Leamue champs. Th. indep.nd.4.flwid. Ahliatcr, Mend.y. ManI, 3. JUG. Pn. ~ or 4, ---------------~1 $1 STORE COUPON $1' Sped4OftetThhlWtk -U Offer limited one per customer. ~Of6rr~donIvfromTundai;NtarCh4d~rtw~h Swida~. March 9. Good nfth this coupon oni~~Pm ~t~1n.N4*jh~Ibrk.I&'.In K VLSI' ~d32 W. UnlvsdIy Aveilfl t. -*a. J~. -SEC '.'ti, 23. Onl~ n. o Unto' doubles ear,' made it into the final day, and both .~ere defeated in the,, tirst tiatch. Cator idlers Ester Stahl and Sue Fine '.ere easily 1e1eated by the University of Mianirs duo ot Jody Api~lebaunu and Diane Arniac. (>1. 6-0. FSLJs Hayworth and Sehweppe defeated UF's Sue Figes ~,nd Un Keyes. 6-0. 7I,. The singlet coiitpetitioui "as 'on by RoIliiCs Raynie Fox with Miami's Jody Applebaunt taking %econd. 'We expected third after Friday pIty.' ~ald a dIisappo~nted Guor coach Sue Whiddon. but I had hoped that we could sontehow havc pulled a surprise' Whiddon said that most of the Lady Cater. would n~eet utost of' the manic teams again. Ihe UF wome&s gymijastics team easily took a 90.3 to @8.5 win over the University of South Cawoina in Florida ~yrn Saturday. "ic was pleased with the pertbrmanee of her leant overall she had hoped the Lady Caters would score higher. 4o quahit~ for AIAW Nationals we need to score at least 96 points, and I was hping we would do it one time belbn we go to the rejionals next week where we have to 'core that high Pbillips explained. MAR11 DAVIS -won t$w. meter Lady Phillips Gator Coach Sandy said that although and 6-4. The defeats Caters record dropped to 0-4. other two losses coming hands of Stetson weekend. IN FSU nabb the their at the last SUNDAY'S CONTEST. s Randy Davidson S lint Shulotks twowin' 6-3 4 singles wittner was UI's John Kunnen, who edged the Seminoles Enrique Andrade 7-5. 6-4. And in No. S singles. the Uators took an easy decision. as Jim Gesoher stopped Andre Cantin 6-2. 60. FSU WON in No. 2 singles. where Cm Rothwell downed UF's Dave Pressly 6-4. 6-2. Dave Calved of FSU had to go to three sets before taking a No. S singles match against the Caters' Mike BonIng. 6-3. 4-6. 6-2. Doubles competition saw the Gatoa~ nail down the victoryy by taking two ol three matches. Din and Pressly defeated FSUs No. I combination of Schmidt and Calvert 7-5. 4-6. 6-2. The No. 3 match went to Kunnen and Oescher tU F). 6-3. 6-3 against Andrade and Cantin. JONES AND ROTH WELL bested UF's Brown and Boding by the same score. The Ciators are now 2-0 ~ ith the victory; they will travel Monday afternoon to Valdosta. Ga,. to make up an earlier rainout against Valdosta State College. The loss dropped FSUs record to I-I. out, bases-loaded line drive in the ninth inning to preserve the Seminole victory. On Saturday. the three-hit ;'itching of Danny Oflrien lor seven and a third innings was vote than FSU needed to roll over the Ciatort Culilermo Bonilla\ four hits and three RBIs paced the SemlnoWs IS hit attack. Jim Foiwell's three-run homer and Steve TebbetCs three hits and three runs added to the massacre. ERRORS DY UP'S Ropr Heft. John Cerise, and iB. Caidwell allowed FSU to scow four uncamed runs. Starting and losing pitcher John flappell was bombed for six earned rims ott nine hits in just over five innings pitched. Mike McCarthy. replacing Chappefl. gave up sit more runs on only three hits, two of the runs being unearned. The team looked equally as disappointing on otTense as they did ott defense. Sixteen UP batten struck out, 14 at the hands of O'Bden, and no hitter collected more than one hit. ON SLNDAY, freshman pitcher Craig Pippin allowed 'even walks and three wild Pitches in losing his second contest of the season. Olhnsively. the Serninoics were paced by junior catcher Wayne Mears. A junior college All-American last year. Mca. had a double, a two-run home rut and scored two runs. The Gators hit the road once again on Tuesday for a game with St. Leo before returning home Wednesday tofacethesam.tuani at home on Wednesday. Swimmers win S M Baseball team drops two to Florida State netters

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Pg* IA, Th* Ind.p.nd.n*Roddo AilIgoor. Monday, March 3.1975 Gators bow to Alabama By ANDY NEWMAN Alilpior Staff Writer I USCALOOSA, An emotionally I )V, to the po~.erIul Alabama Cnm~on ride. I he Gators. ho last Monday had b Kentucky. never had a chance against high Florida ba~kctball leant came down Saturday night 'utTering a I~.75 eaten fourth-r an Alabama looking hr ib first SEC championship in 20 years. Al~ scored the gon1c~ tiNt our points and from then on It it. Id I a% as Alaha ita players exhibited their finesse tans in spacious Memorial Coliseum. bhI THOUGHT '.c played do, (nach John Lou said. We '.ere ml Uk iio~ $4 in We "erent ty ol emc heat by a great club. SEC play am II; o ~OIflt5 ii~ idway through the ald~ell layed one up underneath It merall. pulled lirsi half when anked lean, ~bama '.as a beibre tin,,. I A it h in bruno But Alabama countered ,Ifl(i ~Mth 11W ~iiptrb play {>f Leon Douglas. who led all scorers 'uth 26 onus, T.R. Dunn and Charles Cleveland n'ounted a hij~ lead. IJFwas down 14 points when the tiators took a rest at half. It any UF players thought that the Tide would recede they lound our otherwise in the second half "I CAN'T believe the way their 'ecotid team played.' Lea said. They played with so much enthusiasm-like it was the ~ame of their life. "They never once let up. was wrong in that statement. With 4:23 Alabama led by 34 points. 91-57 and it was only a matter of a low more buckets before the century mark was reached. UF SENSED the opposition desire thought bitterly. but the Alabama crow to go over d gave thi lean, a standing ovation when Muard Johnny Dill scored the team's (Oh point just before the buzzer. Chip Williams and CaIdwell led UF with 16 points a piece and Al Bonnet caneolTthe bench to score 12. UF hit 32 of 70 held goals for a 44.3 per cent average and made I 3 of I 4 tree throws for a glittering 92.9 per cent. Next Saturday. UP travels to Nashville, Tenn. to tangle with Vanderbilt in the Gators last game of the season, a game which Lotz feels will be played solely on pride. 0~~ g 6 v1~ cm fIUu E -ICl 4319 z4 wo~ ma.A.CU 30 i -' c U 0 0 ITlOfl DAY If. SOUTHERN STANDARD TIM PRIOR SERVICE MENWOMEN & NON. PRIOR SERVICE APPLICANTS Some of your classmates have joined us LOCAL U.S. ARMY RESERVE UNITS p I I A IN *1 -j I i F 1125 NE Silt Avenue Tai -rournelven in sonar of Ike heifer Iluiangs willa Ike mosary you'll earn Liraw ing record Miami area 'BUMPING'' MONDAi SOc DOOR (except premium crowds at 747 out of the for 7 weeks. A to get you all week long. Is 4 BIT-NITE SOc ALL DRINK bmnds and 2 liquor drinks) Dub's dres. code now In effect A' (ALl. 372-2578 (or detaiL It Pays I Brami' e Ce. rem iii R re ru her p a Ala. "9 Lotz ~to by on4y newman WILLIMASANDSHY LOSERUOUNOTOBAMA -on route to worse loss of to season piece group C'1 S *1 *~r**;~ r S HURRY! ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT! SPECIAL SALE YAIIAMA GUITARS 20% OFF ~ck n.w guflor a adjos.d for low sting height and .o.y fing.ring ~EE In.on wit .v.ry gulor 511 N. MMII LESSONS 37S439~ rn-un



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Gators win SEC in three sports-see pages The Independent Florida Alligator Ib ised by (ampu.,( Co m ngo~n Gom Ie Mode Not o l 010cfe wit 'eu Unw o oda New formula V 14, 15 F, MONI)AY MARCH 3. 1975 01. 67. NO. 93 for funding. MARSHALL HARRIS .' stop in the right diellon' Frot s science, By KAREN MEYER Alligator St Writer Advanced students in the hard science' and line arts miay find themselves paying proportionally more for their education in the future than other students if Florida turns to a new funding formula for its 'tate universit ics, [he new lbrmula. based on cost by discipline and level, has been in the making lbr more than a year and should be completed in six months, according to State University System Chancellor ~Robert Mautz. THE NEW FORMULA will be "evident" in the Florida legislature's appropriations for the university system in the 1976-77 academic year. Maulz said. arts to Currently. Florida's nine state universities are funded according 10 the number of Foill l ime Equivalents (Fl EMl or lull time students, enrolled in lower division, upper division, graduate and advanced graduate levels. the legislature is interested in "moving in the direction" of funding the university system with a formula based on the cost of education. Maul, said. THE BOARD OF REGENTS has "already moved in thinking" to funding based on cost by level, with a newly proposed tuition plani that would have students pay 30 per cent of the tost of their education. Mautz said, It costs more to educate advanced students and students in the hard sciences such as engineering and architecture, and those in after tragic more line art' p og; anm sueh 'tiict ion satd. is eswentiallv 4' m1s IIIC'here in one-to-one. M aut, With tuition tees based on education amt. those students would be paying more than others at the same levels. REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS said a cost-based formula would be "a step in the ight direction." but would not solve the problem ci distributing money once it has been allocated. "We have to have greater flexibility in terms of how the formula distributes the money." Harris said. The formula through which the state universities obtain funds from the legislature (See 'Funding. page six) weekend By JOE MORAN A~Ilgat.rStaffWriter and BRIAN JONES Aflijat.r Layout EdItor It has been a long 48 hours for the members of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity since a predawn Ssturday phone call brought them the grinm news that four brothers were dead. The four fraternity brothers-Larry Bcilew. 2UC. Homestead; Jerry Engram. I UC. Clarksburg. Md.; Mark Stafford. 2UC. Del Ray Beach; and Mark Simmions, 2UJC, Alexandria. Va-were killed when an empty gasoline truck rammed the flatbed truck they w.ere riding in as part of a Gainesville-tolallahassee charity "run-a-thon."' FRATERNITY PRESIDENT Mike Plum said Engram ,ould be buried today in Griffin. Ga. services for Stafford and Rernew aill be held l'uesday in their hometowns, and plans for Simmons' burial had not been made as of Sunday afternoon A memorial service lbr the tour students is tentatively planned for 5:30 Wednesday afternoon. The location of the service has not vet been decided. Eleven Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers who were injured in the crash about 4 am. Saturday one and one-half miles north of Perry have been treated and released from hospitals, but "little sister" Kathy Mayer. IUC. remains unconscious in Tallahassee Memorial Hesital with her skull fractured. A FRATERNITY BROTHER WHO had just returned Irom the hospital In Tallahassee said Mayer is no longer listed in critical condition, but has still not been able to speak or open her eyes. Mayer was initiated as a little sister lest 'eek. William Sipala. ho received pelvic injuries in the crash, remained hospitalized Sunday afternoon, but is expected to be rdleased Monday or Tuesday. THE USUALLY BUSTLING Sigma Pbi Epsilon house ain Fraternity Row was hushed Sunday as brothers waited for news of any improvement in Mayer.s condition or listlessly thumbed through Sunday newspaper accounts of the tragedy. i bias about fy30 Saturday morning hen Plum. 4JM. got the call from Doctor's Memorial Hosital in Perry which informed hinm four fraternity brothers had been killed. "After going out to Perry. our lirst concern was to notify the parents.' Plum said Sunday. Erroneous news reports in South Florida iiisidcntiIying those killed and slowness of police notification of parents compounded confusion. Plum said. PLUM SAID, WHEN HE got a call iromi Stafford's mother at about 9 am., "I didn't want to tell her that her son had been killed. but I knew I had to. "It's the hardest thing I've ever done," Plum said. Plum and others contacted as many of the 70 fraternity brothers as they could reach Saturday and told them to call their parents. he said. PLUM SAID ALL. FOUR 0f the dead brothers were active in house activities. Sinmnons was supposed to patticipatein the Delta Phi Epsilon ice creani eating contest. but had the stomach flu, and had someone replace him. Plum said. Simn~ns, a business major. was also captain of one of the two teams of fraternity members running, and had completed his stint as runner within a half hour of the accident. Stafford. an engineering major. was the fraternity's secretary and '&as acting as Eiigran's "big brwthef" during the latter's pledge period. ENGRAM. A FRESHMAN PLEDGE, ran during the second quadrant or the "run-athon." between 6 and 1 2 Friday night. but stayed on w ith the other runners in the truck. Engram. also an engineering major. was enrolled in the Air Force ROTC program. Berlew. a building construction major., as in Navy ROTC. AS THE FLAGS IN FRONT of the modern brick fraternity Ilew at half mast Sunday. Statbrd's relatives removed the deceased sophomore's personal effects from his room. The injured fraternity brothers 'ho lIke in at the house had returned by Sunday .fternoomn and w ere resting itn their rooms. Plum 'aid. the driver of the Phillips-66 gasoline tSe' bearhs. page six) tot& byofron FLAGS RY HALF MAST AT SUE HOUSE .Soturdoy accident killed four brothers cos t mourns

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Pag.2. The Indepnden FlodoaAig.ar Mondar March 3,1975 W. Berlin elects kidnaped candidate HI HI IN iUPI) -Wesd Dcriner' cicctcd Pecci !len, yanao Sunday. three days altei Iltisi Muerilla% kidnaped himi. even whue government nlfiiuaIl ted to eain his cIlase .lI he ~o'crnnicn ga c ii to the demand~ of th i n p r lirnt leg ot an international escape light THE ZDF television inetw ork sand a coimputei projection hastd on i ecurnm available one hour atter the po11s closed dhout 45 p'r Lient ol the Official Lrats, led bn toren,. OWe h!mntb them an had 'ton electoral I olcn,, had Lcimpdiwlned in a Ijau -aitoidceIt li i uined ,iannt i.i' accoimmiodacioii su lchtis I .dicals While &,tiiciitls otOedt the rotc, I"" miale and tuo lemlalt ,narchists '.ere tloun to la,,kturt lipm thehi pisois In H'n aria aid West ikrl n FORMER WEST He, iim Masor Heimtch A asked d In the kid napci% to ser-se as .solutnt.tr, the hiiaI light. accoimpam~ied the w'oimentI T hber, w.ho"as lhostage aboard Fi ankft Cambodia reserves airlif ted food for soldiers l'HNOM PEHN tUPI) -I he Cambodian government has ridered all icc tarried io Phnonm Penh by the Anmerican airi~nt withheld Iromi staring civilians and given only to the imiihtary. a seijir official said Sunday. I hr dIecision I hursday by President Lon Nol meant there 'tas no relief in sight Icr starving residents of the besieged capitol twho have been unable to obtain provisions since the kood market. closed. Social .torker. confirmed that with the exception of 'onme coamps run by Amecrican volunteers, even penniless refugees in I'hnon, Pnh 'tere being denied the airlifted American rice. I hey said deaths resulting Irom, starvation were increasing daily. the Cambodian government source said Lon Ndl also ordered military police to raid city markeis to pick up black market American rice sold by the soldiers. hut police have so oar ignored that order Ibi tear of food notb. Most of the estimated 6,0 destitute refugees in governnment-run camps have to depend on their own w.its to obtain food. I~he director ol one olithe city's largest camps. housed in a half-finished luxury hotel. said in an Interview: "Only the children here about I.00 get food. They receive a howl of thin vegetable soup six days a week." No adults aret iflvetl ibod and ino rice is available te ied the 5.0 persons in his eamp;, he said. SV eo showdown may not come WASH INGTON (UPI) -Congress will lose a chance to prove it k "veto prooC' this week if President Ford decides to coamp~romn on the oil tarifT issue. Ibis beanmc more apparent after the Sunday announcenment hy laes I. Lynn. director of the Oflice of Maniagenment and Budget, chat President Ford miight be w.ling to drop the next two SI increases 'ii the tariffs on imported oil. LYNN SAID Ford will decide during the coming week w heth~er he could conmpromise with Congress on the energy jprOgrami. "I think the question is whether or not things have proceeded to a point where the President may property in that spirit ol cooperation and in the spirit of getting Congress to take the next steps do the deterral." Lynn said on ABC-TVs issuess and Ainswcrs." With the recent White House policy change, a veto showdown seems less and less likely-a ritual veto override vote in the House. perhaps. lollowed by no action or an in-. successful override attempt in the Senate. FORD'S CHANGE in outlook began Friday when he discussed possible areas of comipromlise on energy policy with Congressional leaders. He indicated he might sweeten his impending veto of a bill that would delay his oil import tariffs for 9O days by voluntarily delaying parlofthetarftlrogram fortwonmonths. F-ord spent the weekend at Camp David considering this option and other areas of possible energy policy compromise. ici sNo.' IXmoii. led in iicumbiect Miavo Schit/,~ got oiil' 42 per aent p1 the iote. The part> has \McsDC ei'liksme thi id of W.ei d War II. Kihu I ited 'te% clecrt'd 133 persuls to a House ot Deputies "hicb licr ill k hooses the iie' ma .lOr. As the largest porny In the liet house. the Christian Deimwcrats have lirst right to tr% to to im a calhtion gO' ergmen' and as leader of the pait I .rc,,/ i5 alo automaticallyy its candidate Ibr mayor. og head 'I the oceiw crnmet monday MUMacm clipsule Sniper kills four with mai Iorder rifle 'MI I H IVIHi. (dlii. (UPI) -A gunman Sunday unIoxed ., mail order riflk, 'alked onto the balcony of the Sh,1p Xshorc Resort Motel and shot at least six pernons. Iatjllv wouiidig tour, Namtes of the ucrim. 'erc unavailable. A miassiwe ,maihunt tor the sniper was underway in the '.ooded area uilnng Highway 101, sonme five miles south ci the thcrgon 't ote line. D[Mails ci the incident were sketchy and the Del Norte (ountv Sherilfs 0(1ice had no immediate comment. except to s all .a amable law enforcement authorities were thrown, info the manhunt. FH1LTrON. (bonn. tUPI) -lhree workers kidnaped by three mien 'tho clainied responsibility for destroying a sponge rubber tactory here in a Saturday night fire were relased imharmied early Sunday. An FBI .pokesnmon said one of the three kidnapers told the three ,.orkers they were froni an underground revolutionary erup hut the spokesman expressed doubt about the claim and said. "We just don't know." I he gtuards.handcufled and blindfolded, were released inhiarnmed in a wooded area nearby after the explosion. Physical danmagc to the plant was estimated at between Th nill ,n and 110 million. radW safr neiie$on -w *aaa~Y.~fl.fl SMALL Tr~UCK .,~. .s TIPt SALE -N.,. *4 -"S .75.id ~W .7.,. Sn. flt* Skit I*M 730 -*sSt flI* ~S *.I* "In *45 N.,, ,1 fl" ----S~, S U ~ !~ a4w.ymwO~vg. Usfs. fl.5. ~sAawi.st dW S .eiw. bnq h.ip j COMUINrOOAV MS 311 1mW Si. I.e. -bad *1,. TOWN TIRE CO. PHONE 375-23 33 4603N.W. Ed.AVE. 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Th. independent Fiorddo AjIsgoor Monday. March 3 175. Pog. 3 Optional lnen service to offset fal rent hikes photo by .Rc .sin LINEN PICK-UP ..omy be optional in foil By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Alligator Staff Writer A proposal by Housing Director James Heniiessey mi I make inen service optional lor [UF students living on-canmpus. [his miay offset rent hikes this fall. '1he proposed rent increase tor non-aircond,,ioned dorms is pei quarter. according to Jack Mata. director of residence life ftor cast campus. It a student livmig in a nor-airconditioned dorm decides 1101 to use the linen service, that student will not pay more rent next year. Mata said The proposed rent increase for airconditioned dorms is $20 per quarter. If a student living there decides not to use the linen service, he will have a 510 rent increase rather than a $20 increase, Mat. said. According to Leonard Peet, Division of Housing business manager. the proposal was sent to Vice President of Student Affairs Arthur Sandeeni on Wednesday. Peet expects Sandeen will take action on the proposal "within a week." "I don't see any problems in getting the proposal ap-' proved.' he said. The housing office expects to save approximately Sl90.0fl per year Iron, the reduced linen services. Peet said. It will save this amount if 4O per cent of the 3.935 students who answered Housing questionnaire atfirmiauively actually decide to use the inen 'er'ice Otn April I. w.hen continuing residence lormis are mailed. studeinrs ,will be able to check either "yes" or "no" if they n ant to continue receiving their inens from the linen service. he said Students a ho dto decide to get linens will have a receipt on lile at the linen police so they can pick up their inens. Peet said I he voluntary linen service lull begin on Sept. I for the fall quarter. Peet said. Transfer and incommig freshmen students "will also receive Scommunication pertainig to the voluntary linen service.'' he said. Although 'the final details' of the proposal have not been worked out. Peet said the proposal would allow students who want the linen service to pay for the service by the quarter, ather that, it being included in the rent. The proposal allows a student to pay 513 per quarter tbr linen service. 126 bor two quarters, $36 for three quarters. and $46 bor four quarters, Peet said, 'Obviously, it's cheaper for a student to get the inen service for three quarters, rather than one. That's because it's cheaper for us Ihousing office) to do the linens," he said. The proposal was developed by Hennessey with help lronm the entire housing stafR. Pent said. Butler's decision sparks race By RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer Several prospective candidates for the two nacant city commission seats have announced their plans about whether they will seek the position tollowing the announcement Friday by Gainesville Mayor-Comissioner Neil Butler that he won't seek an unprecedented third term. Controversy arose recently about whether Butler was eligible to run for a third term, because the city charter restricts commissioners to two consecutive terms. BUTLER RESIGNED IN 1972, one month before the city elections. He was unaware his civil rights had not been restored after a 2959 felony conviction for mail emhenlement. Therefore. Butler was not a qualified elector as he swore he was when he officialy became a commissIon candidate in I%. The right to run and hold office was included in those civil rights, so Butler resigned. His rights were restored three months after his resignation. Butler ran and won a commission seal in 1972. Although Butler argued that the one-month gap kept his terms from being respective. Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin inlormally indicated his disagreement. I'M PERSONALLY convinced my eligibility would be upheld, but it would be devisive campaigning." Butler 'aid at an S a.m, press conference. However. Butler does not intend to remain "politically neutral." He said he and his supporters could "easily support a dozen black and white candidates in the community.' but as of yet have made no final decision. 'Cm personally convinced my elegibility would be upheld but it would be devise ive corn pa ign ing.' --Ga in esville M ayor Neil Butler BUTLER NOW IS EYING further political ambitions and said he may consider running fir county mayor if unification between city and county government is accomplished. Since Butler announced his decision not to run, several persons have announced whether or not they will seek a seat on the city commission. Defeated County Commissioner G.M. Davis said he is seriously considering running for the open seat that will be left by Butler. lIE SAID lIE WILL make his announcement this week. Although he has not made a tbrnial announcement, former cy commnisuloner Courtland Collier said he "probably won't The UF engineering professor said. "1 *ould niuch rather work for some well-qualified person. It is a very demanding job and I will probably support Joe Little. Al Muzzell or one or two others." AL MUUZELL, WHO LOST his first city commission bid last April. said he expects to decide whether he will run within the next three days. However, the 33-year-old landscaper said he is 'leaning toward go," but lie is trying to learn what other possible candidates are doing. Cynthia Moore. a member of the Alachua County Women's Political Caucus, had considered running for office, but she now says she will not seek the post. SHE SAID HER DECISION was made independent of Butler's announcement not to run and added it was too early to say who she would support. Only three people have formally announced their ientions to run for the two vacant city commission seats. Incumbent Commnissioner Joe Little, who announced his candidacy on Jan. 20. said be was ning his announcement early to give others achance to make their political plans. [UF maintenance electrician unm Hyland, who has also announced his candidacy. has not decided which seat he would seek. The most recent announcement was made about three weeks ago by former Mayor-Commissioner T.E. "Ted" Williams. By DEBBIE INERT Alligator StaffWriter Regulations against sex discrimination in intercollegiate athletics may offer women's sports at UF a bigger slice of the athletic funding pie. The new guidelines mean men's programs will 'no doubt" have to start giving more of their share of the athletic budget over to women's sports, according to women's physical education Chairman Dr. Ruth Alexander, "WE DOW'T KNOW YET whether the programs would have to be funded comparably or on a dollar for dollar basis," she added. The regulations signed Friday by Health. Education and Welfare Secretary Casper Weinberger. will broaden opportunities for women in educational institutions across the nation. The HEW regulations must still be approved by President Gerald Ford. They provide educational institutions with three to live years to accomplish the necessary changes in athletic prOgrams. PART OF ThE EDUCATION Anmendments Act passed in 1972, the proposed guidelines forbid sexual discrimination in all educational programs and activities which receive federal lunding assistance. The regulations, known as Title IX. cover admissions *nd recruitment for universities and graduate or professional colleges. Title IX also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in the area of housing. financial and employment assistance,. health and insurance services, and athletics. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR women in athletics has drawn the moca controversy. lTe National Collegiate Athletic Association has attempted unsuccessfully to have major photo by georg. kockaniec jr. NEI BURtER .won't s.k third term revenue-producing sports exempted from the regulations. Some university athletic spokesmen have even said that Title IX could mean the end to big-time college athletics, if they are forced to spend equally for women. UP Athletics Director Ray Craves disagreed. "I I)ON'T THINK THESE regulations will seriously hamper intercollegiate athletics," Graves said. "Both men's and women's programs may have to give somewhere and make compromises." Graves said the athletic department might have to limit the number of scholarships given out in both programs. Title IX says if an Institution has separate men's and Wonmen-s teams, it may not discriminate against either in the provision of necessary equipment and supplies. But equal. dollar for dollar funding for both programs is not required. ALEXANDER SAID SHE'D like to see "a women's program comparable to the men's. according to women's needs and interests." Alexander said she hoped two main problems in the women's athletic program-"a facilities crunch and lack of scholarship funds"-would be eased by the equal opportunity regulations. TUE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC program requested Sl6,00 for scholarship funds next year, she said. Up until last year, no scholarships at all were offered by the program. Graves indicated he expected the number of men' scholarships which totalled S650,.OW this year. to be cut back as the women's were increased. "Money will become a problem." he said. "We hope to fund both men's and women's programs, so they can be competitive with other programs in the state." Because the athletic department operates on a Axed Income, additional funds for women's sports will have to conic 1rpm cutting the depaflment's budge sonieplace cisc. Graves explained. Extra f unds for women's s ports ?

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Pae.4 Th.Independenwond. AJligator.Monday Morckh3 I9/5 Investigation sta lB STUART EMMRi(H Alligator Staff %4rier, With Unix two 'wecks Iet mi the quarter and tinil exams conuing tip. H1 aldmiimktsatOrS anid Honor C iUrt OifiLeI~ta's they doubt (he misestrgniton imto kheattg mn the (ollege Business Admrniruation i, hI e able lo go much further lot nhfw Alt houph both grou ps say I hes expect the i'estigat Ion (0 hr continued next quarter. the eltectineness of an' Inture action w il lprobaby depend ,n pending litigation againv the dosed Honor t urt heai ngs and a court injunction preventing those hcarimws 1rm being held THE INJUNCTION, issued Feb -bx Circuit Court Judge H A Greene. has presented adludication iii most of (he t3 students Lharged with cheating offenses by the Honor Courn. but tourn ottictals say it has also done much more. I-trmer Ally Gem. Paul Marmish, who resigned his position I hursday. said the injunction stopped the insestigahion Ironi continuing effectively because students and professors were no longer coming in to volunteer information. UF has appealed the injunction so that the proceedings could continue until a court decision can be reached on whether the trials and hearings should legally be open or dksed, but no date on die appeal has been sot. MEANWHILE dhe Honor Court Investigation, under new Ally. GSen. Scott K nox and Special Prosecutor Jose Rodriguez. has slowed almost to a halt. Rodriguez. who took over the investigation Friday. said he is basically trying to familiarize himself with past actions of (he investigation and the prosecution staff. Rodriguez 'aid he didn't expect to accomplish too mudh. this quarter and was more concerned about the "long range" aspects of the investigatkii. KNOX, who has worked on the cheating investigation almost all quarter. said he was "frustrated" over the inability of the investigation totcontinue effectively since the injunction went into effect. "The injunction took our momentum away, people did't know what to do. The injunction disrupted everything." Knox explained. Knox said he doubted the Honor Court would be able to Is for quarter iiL li e ImetLiS iiiflh whlte t. he ll o*I eLen ii the inl Imol
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Pag. 6. Th. independen* floddo Ailgaor Monday, Mon-h 3. 1975 Chairpersons still out as PERC kills motion By GARY BALANOFf' AllIgator Staff Writer A motion for injunctive relict tiled by the Amnerican Association ol University Professors IAAUP-Fla.) was turned down by Public Enmployes Relations Commission (PERU) Chairman Charles Freeman Thursday. AA UP-Fla had tiled the notion in an chart In force PERC to iorm department thairpersons they could still p~artiCiPate in collective bargaining activities. THE HOARD OF REGENTS sent a letter to a University of North Florida adin nistrator. mntorniig h im one of the dIepartmient chairmen at the Jacksonville school would not be able to continue in his Student senates meet to discuss common issues By STUART EMMRICH AllIgator Staff Writer Representatives troni most of the state's mine univerisities attended a meeting of the Florida Association of Student Senates at UF this weekend, The representatives discussed similar problems at their schools. including the proposed tuition hike for next year and .allocations of activity and service fee monies.' THE FLORIDA STUDENT LOBBY, a newly formed organization designed to lWvide a central lobbying center for the A tuition structure proposed by the Florida Hoard of Regents. which would raise the cost Ior course'sfrom Sl3 toS14 and 55per credit hour, came under fire from the senators [heir biggest criticism ot the proposal was that it would lower the activity and service fee charge for students Iron, 12.27 to $2.04 per credit hour THE SENATORS ARGUED THAT the decrease in activity fee funds would result in the loss of important programs and that if the tuition was going to be raised the activity fee charge should also be raised, not lowered,. I he senators also criticized certain aspects if the Florida Student Lobby, particularly the soling procedure of the board of directors. he lobby, which would be funded from ictimty tees from each state university, would be run by a board comprised of each student body ,resident at the mem ber universities. THE VOTERS OF THE HOARD would iiot be equal, but would be weighted accordmiw to the population of each school. flie president of UF would have three 'otes. the presidents of Florida State University and South florid, would have two and the other presidents w ould each have one. the funding of the lobby would also be proportionate to the enrollment of each school. s uth 10 cents charged for each student-. th senators argued that the 'otmng system was inequitable and esers school should ha'e one sole. A resolution was passed. with only UF's represctltiC Sue Cline casting the opposing .ote. that the gtate Council of Studenit Body Presidents re ise the swing procedure in ravor of an equal 'ote sysremi. 1Msitiion it he )arftlopattd in tolleed eC btainmng. I he Regents position has excluded thairpersons tronm collective bargaining because they consider the position a mlanagemient Post However, until the commission decides the site of the bargainig unit or units, chairpeisons continue to participate in union activities. THE MOVE BY FREEMAN on the part ol PERC left AAUJP-Fla. with two alternatives. I hey can either fille an unfair labor practice suit again'! the Regents or allow the fbrmnal collective bargaining hearings tocontinue as landed. Dr. Ron Carpenter. vice chairman of the AAUP-Fla. said Sunday his union would 'We Ion an lieliea~et lCt'(I doiic F-img anunitairIaboi practice oul~idlay the formal hearings. scedue o ei CRENTER S AID AJP-Fla night w mn the poit -that chairpersons should be allowed to participate in oeti' agann -in the regular hearings. he hearings will detertmime sie oat lbargaining unit or units, after '4hich an election '4111 be conducted to determine which at the unions will beconie collective hargainmg agent lor the state's faculty. or no0 agent is selected. Carpenter said AAUP-Fla. will circulate a Ieikei dimolg U I-s department cbtit e N~ this w.eek, w hich w.ill be sent to PER to iidtcale support lot the concept ol iii persons a' laculty. rather than manager ii i loes. **Zfhe surest way for a department stagnate is to have a chairperson who. is manager in an industrial model, does nathimg bu1 implement the wishes of a higher ad. gmaistrator who may know little at thit department's academic role in a mlalor universityy, the letter read. We hope that in the process ol unit determination, department chairpersons '411 note designated as managers but recognwed instead as vital aspects of an SUS (State University System) faculty striving for cenn greaer aadeic ecellnce" itconinued pholo by gp.g. kihn.c ir An estimated 500 people wolked or Butll.: Miami Dolphin Nat Moore; The 20 mile mute through Gainesville biked to raise money for retarded members of UF's football team; began arid ended at Wesiside Park citizens in Saturday's Hike-Bike sororities and fratemnitIes: UF assistant sponsored by Inter-Fraternity Council football coci Jimmy Dunn: local Money pledged by the participants' and UP Athletics. sludents: and children from Surnland sponsors will go to the Alochua County Participants included Mayor Neil Training Center. Association for Retarded Citizens. Arbritration is set up for small claims JEREMIAH TURNER Aigater Staff Writer Rhe Gainesville Chamber of Commerce voted Thursday to set up a consumer-business arbitration system enabling local consumers and business to settle disagreements without going to small claims court. the system will give consumers or businessmen the option of choosing from a list of volunteer lawyers supplied by the local bar association rather than going to small claims court. this would offer the advantage of settling disputes under less formal procedures than those afforded by regular court procedures. THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS are swamped with cases, according to Dan [cbeck. Student Government Secretary of Consumer Affairs. 'Judge Emory Cross, the presiding judge,. usually has only five minutes available for each case." he added It is hoped the new arbitration system will ease sonmeof the burden of the current volume of cases. Lobeck said. "NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND DENVER currently have arbitration boards in operation. but the system has never been tried in a cety as small as Gainesville,' [cbeck said the new system will be tested for tour months, from April I to July I, at which time its efficiency will be determined. "We're going to see if it's been favoring either group and try to correct any unbalances after the trial period." he said. Lobeck is proposing that SG pay attornics to counsel any UP students who are considering either going to court or the arbitration board with a dispute. "They would be able to help the student decide which course of action to follow." he said. Fund in g (from page one) 'should be more highly structured' as a costbased formula would be. Harris said. BUT, HE SAID, more flexibility ow, "a local level" is still needed. "*t is quite clear we have somec serious problems because the institutions are not all the same. and do not all have the same Ilexibility. Harris said. Flexibility, in terms of how the money is distributed after it is allocated, varies with Florida's universities. Harris said. FOR INSTANCE, whet, the universities are lunded according to the number of fulitimne students, the current funding formula assigns a certain number of teaching positions at a certain salary. Ho' those positions are filled depends on the Ilexibilty of the individual institution. At a university like UF. sonme of those positions might be filled with graduate teaching assistants. But the tour Florida universities that do not have lower disisions-Umiwery of' North Florida. Unnersity of West Florida. Florida Atlantic Umnversity and Florida International University--"generally speaking" do not have graduate teaching assistants either, Harris said, and therefore have less flexibility. ANOTHER PROBLEM with the costbased formula is 'you end up enticing students into low-cost courses" said Harris, and degree programs that are not really career oriented.' "It's a great theory but you have to watch out that you don't make people go where it's less expensive to get their education. We'll be educating everybody in the soft disciplines." Harris said. State Rep. Bill And-cws. D-Gainesville said he had "somec reservations on basing it (formula funding) on cost." The problem. Andrews said, is that ol creating "the 'icentive to build your cost '(I that you ncrease your funding." Deaths (rn page One) tanker which rammed the truck full of runners. 59 year-old Leo Parker of Perry, said Sunday he had been, told by legal counsel not to discuss the accident. AN OFFICER AT THE Perry Florid, Highway Patrol Station said Sunday the patrol 'as not notified the charity runners "ould be in the area, but even if they had been notified, the patrol probably wouldn't liasc provided escort. The oflicer said ",the phone has been ringing off the hook' since Saturday with callers requesting information about the accident. The dead and injured students were taking vail in a long-distance rnp from Gainesville to Tallahassee to raise money for the Heart Association. Local merchants had plde about SI00 to the Heart Fund in the "Rw,-a-thon, which 'as to have ended at noon Sunday Oil the steps olf the Capitol.

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A LL MS( EW NG 1 1 PR OGRSAMS IN IN WILL BE OPEN TO VOLUNTEERS AT THE OF SPRING QUARTER Cal the Samson office at 392-lUB tsar morm formation. Th. Ind.pend.n~ Rondo MIIgIor. Monday. MouthS. 1915. P.r Patton of New In GaInesvIlle tGI u0e0rnah 6Petaufant REAL MEXICAN 2409 Sw 13th St 377-5151 is s ubleCt s lecture SUIFLOfWERD HEALTH FOODS Natural Vitamins, Minerals K Herbe. Dairy Product, kokls, Cosmatics Mitradlock Stad.t 7 W.St U.nSeiy A. O,e. Can"-e.'"-" 'E".'-. rgPublic TV highlighted SAI r N BEGINNI Ruuiussa Prihtiq. be. -FAST OFFSET PRINTING Irem any camera ready copy fr 19copi *3 fur *9.95. Sam dby SrNV nnlf mOSI orerS t1ll U Udvu*l Aue. Is S.e ftamiflUs F*a m-7 N. 4. ;4j Martim BIlmon, a professor of history at the Citadel. I'I speak o, "The Many Faces ot General Patton" tonight at inm Bryan Auditorium. Blumienson. who is one of Aimerica's foremost authorities on the history ot World War II. is the author ol the recently published hook. The Patton Papers. 1940-45. He has also witten Salerno to Cassino. Duel for France and Breakout and Pursuit, a volume in the series United States Army im World WVar II. giumecnson's appearance is being sponsored by the History department's program of American Studies, and by Public CNY. Special programng to give viewers an idea of the [eeiso Awrey n UT hne ie Gov. Reubin Askew proclaimed Public Television Awareness Days, March 7-17. to inform Florida citizens of "the wide perspective of cultural, educational and public interest affairs programming available through public television. [he programming scheduled on WUFT for this period is titled "Festivel '75" and will be in addition to most of wuFT's regular programming. Shows minde folk singer Joan Baez. a documentary on the Nazi "master race breeding camps of the 1930s. and a onemhan show of attorney Clarence Darrow's life, portrayed by Henry Fonda. WHAT'S HAPPENING By STEVE PROCKO Alligator Staff Writer AQUARIUM SOCIETY: will hold its monthly meeting tonight at 7:45 in the Doyle Conner Bldg. A slide show will be I eatutred. PATTON: "The Man ol Many Faces" will be the topic of the talk by Martin Blumenson. author of The Patton Papers. tonight at 8 in Bryan Auditorium. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: will meet tonight at 7 in McCarty Hall. room GO66. Guest speaker will be Dr. David Hamniell of the Suwannee Experiment Station. HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 in Florida Gym, room 220. This meeting is mandatory for those going on the Smoky Mountain trip. For further information call 377-5322. ENGINEERING DAMES: will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Fluek; 1400 NW 35 Terrace. For tftrther information call 373-3887. SPELUNKERS: the Florida Speleological Society will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall. room 215. For further information call 378-6144. PRE-VET: club will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Mechanical Engineering Bldg. room 211. Speaker will be Dr. Lyle on Equine medicine. EAG: will meetWednesdayat 7:30 p.m. in the]. Wayne Reitz Union. room 362. This is the last meeting of the quarter. for further information call 3921635. IEEE STUDENT BRANCH MEETING: will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in Larsen Hall, room 330. For further information call 392-7.555. "THE LAST TEN DAYS": a German movie with English subtitles, will be shown Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in AFA 105B. Admission is free, for further information call 392-2102 or 392-2101. prof'

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Peg*. nTi. lndependen' florid, Aligator Monday, Mor'h 3 V9s EDITOR IA L Fa rewel 'Do noble things flog dream them. all day tontg. And wo make La/c, and Death, and that For Ever One grund sweet song." -Charles Kingsley. from "A Farewell" '5*'9ORRY rr HAPP0NEQ rek.LAa, THEY NED MORE C# 'MVR KMN DW THR It is the ultimate failure of language -and the deepest sorrow of those who practice its craft that toward the expression of the things that matter most words are as useless as motions of regret. The senseless deaths of four young men, surrounded by circumstances of sheer nobility, speak a message only the beant can decipher. .And it is the irony of the senselessly technological time in which they lived that four UF students were killed in a highway accident while carrying a message as old as human history. Today we mourn the deaths of Larry Berlew, Jerry Engram. Mark Stafford, and Mark Simmons, who died Saturday on a mission of charity sponsored by their fraternity-. We pray for the swift and full recovery of Kathy Mayer and William Sipala, seriously injured in the same accident. And we are grateful the nine other students injured were not seriously hurt. To the families of the four dead students we otter our sincerest sympathies, as we offer them to their brothers of Sigma Phi Epsion fraternity. We would suggest that their mission -carrying some $900 in Heart Fund pledges to Tallahassee -was not, and could not, be cut short by even the momentous tragedy that struck it. For that mission spoke and will always speak of the finest things human beings have to offer: the compassion of charity. Shakespeare's quality of mercy, that is never strained. That they dared do noble things. pnd in so doing were lost to us. should stir in those of us content to merely dream of grand deeds a song yet sweet, yet sad, yet hopeful. And if we have railed as miserably as we feel we have in trying to voice our sorrow, we believe they would understand. Because it is part of their message. too, that the essence of nobility is not in attainment but in earnest striving. 2 h typSd, signed. dc.bM.-.pcced and not .xceed Not be .igned wit a p.udm'ymn. Hove .ddnass and iS.$ph.n. numnbnr .4 Naeu will be wIhhwld .tnly If writ., show, luSl canU .einir -eS idglwse ,i. 11. enrenr 'pm.eWilt. aMy, .hbmlt ong., ssoy,. olumn. or Ba." ie be eSmd.d hor -m -s "Sp,.ng OWr cotaaim Any wMSVr &nAee in .a.mdng rmgular cola I. ese ab 0und A. ddiu dr and he pmepcvd o Shew Mys tery of the U C I uesday. Feb. 3. 1983 (Just imagine) I GOT A MESSAGE from Tom. It seems he'd been hanging 'Big Brother' posters on Little Hall and overheard .omething that made him believe the morale of the University College Faculty was getting better. I had to investigate. I rushed over to my office at the Insignificant Third Wwld Reptile to grab sonic paper and a pie-clicker lromi the camera pool. I told Zen to hold the press and I'd have an exclusive for him in an hour. He'd wait A' eon as we got outside the plc-clicker started on me with lots of questions. I told her there's no time to waste. 'e had to tush over to Little Hall. While we were rushing Igot a glimpse ot her and remembered who she was. It was Betty Lou Star. the Homecoming Queen Ironm the year before. Just what I needed. A Sicky Sicky Upohuck (SSU) sorority sister. IFUND TOM standing by th Sou Shack at Litle Hl wotten the scoop and he said that he'd been hanging a 'Big SATIR E Hirother' poster by a third floor bathroom window when he'd heard laughter. Laughter. That set me back a step. Nobody laughed at U.C. Not since 1%68. I was skeptical. I hadn't trusted Tomi since I'd found out that he'd voted for Big Brother in the last electi. But ity laith was soon restored when we heard another laugh from the %indow. I MADE A PATH for the elevator. I was hoping to flnd w here the laughter was coming from before it stopped. Inside the elevator we caught our breath. The ride would take ot least live minutes now that they'd rationed energy on campus, It gave me time to check out this Homecoming Queen photographer. I kne, where she was at. It was written all over her. Those t The Independent Florida Alligator (Ill &mflcan A tOny Kandziov Je* V Cook Mrs lv.Iyn bt Ijy Mc-per tynd. Mcml.r Oen. Snyd.r nnSok&M laugh DAVID SUTHER LAND 85 dollar silver sneakers: the three hour paint job on he, tice bottomed otf by a SSU tee-shirt with her name on back. Yeah. I knew where she came from. I struck up a con"How was it being Homecoming Queen?" I shifted as I spoke. HER EYES LIT up and she put on.a big sweet smile like 'he was standin' in front of a T.V camera. "The experience was most rewarding, for me and others. We visited orphanages and old folks homes where I felt as though I were shedding light into the lives of those in a tIarkness ot misfortune There is so much to be done an the w.orld. Everyone should love. Looked tor an 'on-oT volume' button as she kept on. but soon the door opened and we heard laughter drifting down the ball. We followed the laughing to its point of origin. Room 349A. Inside the laughter continued and there was a peculiar hissing noise. The door was locked. I tried to figure out a way to open it when Betty the Homecoming Queen suggested knocking. Bright girl. A WOMAN WRAPPED in a towel opened the door and inside there were several men and another woman in towels waiting to enter what appeared to be a shower. From the other end of the hall a flip-flopped towel wrapped Dr. B.B. Rrui, came. I asked what gave. "Oh!" Big Bob beamed. "eli this? Well ever since the utility company rationed our home water supplies, we stirled taking our showers here. Now it's just like a regular get together. Hii June. That's June Sparks. Humanities? Kinda nice, huh? I've written a little slogan we use. 'The faculty that showers together. hmmmn, flowers together?" WITH THAT they all started giggling again. Queen Betty started blushing. I took her out of there and couldn't help but think, 'Itonly they'd thought of that back in '75.' Ediorin-chi.* NewS Edittr Tent Wood Maagfn ditor -onn, ,.an Lflyou'Edn0,r G4@5ra Manog., Assant GOn, I Monog,. .Mm im rlive A.deS a bosane. M. -* A kLng sat Advrneng PiSducton -aag Mens N.* Mags CMiuens P isedoc Moe Cw~lnnA aI Maa. Bin.e -ee~ner Puhtdwed by (;kl SCnnclmmamwat inlem.It P.O. A. 132M6 Uivernlty m-, canesedl. taaal *44k.s bhMd eS Celhg Inn. 173 Wa~ DinIvn*7a.e. ksn a. inphMe IS 4 MdUed* bosoM:nn Wa Ader'Hsing and Pred.cflA bepawaos glms I 4 I p

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-r I The independent* Raod MhAtl~or Aondcy, Marclh 3, I97. Peg.?9 Answer the unanswered questions t DEOR:For the ldst several w.ecks. ii; dais hase been hrighttfled by the discovery of a cheating ring in the Hui'iiiCV oghx ad the subsequent predictable All igabor response mtickrakimg the nmuckrakers.ALTHOUGH MANY don't find this iunny. I ieit I cmull jilord to liim in Arts & Sciencesi Retcenu IC deiopnmenit. howevCV threaten to carry implications tar beyond (his mnrestlgti'n It's time to .top giggling. on Fch 25, Gary Balanoff gave a 'reporters I esponti %C to whi the Alligator was pursuing open hearings. His attemn, was icitirable, but he unfortbnateclv addressed himself Ioa Crn hinted area. He addressed the idea of publicing the ncme of lhe cheaters. I don't agree w ih his analysis, hut th at is irrelcsaniI What is relevant are the unanswered questions What will he the etiect of the Openmng these hearings" t s were a complainant, would you want to testily in an open proceedmne? If the open hearing will indeed keep w itnesses jwiv. it'samazing how many people dislike being called a squealcr over an issue like cheating) the investigation will have been effectively killed. Which is more damaging to the I ittdshoi tt this [imiei sit' and the .iedihilithe degiees LQI ainted hs the Busiines\ school 2(X) toni'Ctin closed hiearmgs. ol open lheain ini~ ti hich no Action iStke9 BY EN ROLLING t this tni isicy, we all agreed Co the ititipltt that (in Lertan issues the Honor Court would elercinnine the crnalis I line alkiss assumed. hone'er. that nLul cmit (I 145w Ltuld itihI brand me guilty of a crime. I ii, ici asked Co sui encle, that eight to a quasi-udicial.idnniisti Its iS h bo In othe, smids I tecogiire the right GA this Umnversity to tAk .cdemL sanctions against ime as it sees fit. But I lu Ct i Oh the prop iCt'o 11uth .' bod intiformmuig 28.0 people through the Alligatmr lone (hat I .in morally corrupt. I would th ink carefully before I gaCe 1 student court the saie P0we Ci CO(amii 1ge a per50n'5 C lputat ion as we give to Our e.oscilnmentil courts Mi Halanoff s Tia question was an IMportant one. 'Whose i ghts are going to he protected?" Surely not those business students who Iidn't cheat: w irhout Honor (ourt action, there will be little done. Commiion knowledge of 200 rolaters piOtcdmig CliI(ugh to g adutioi ritdejeeted wilI east a shadow of doubt o, r each business si udent FUTHIERMORE, WE iius: not forget the right oh accused uolaters Un il I ound guilty then tights are of the utmost imupolt anrce. With open hearings. it is quite possible fbi an mlocet person Co be actised1 it u net h Ca uond uct before 28(X) people. Es en it found innocent, that individual's I eputat ion and possibly futui e business oppoirtunties in C his 'tate may be irreparabis daimagcd. I siiicrely question the cntiic disciplinar) structure of this un ersity. and the honor syswnemit particular Given the 'vsteni ye ha'e. however, closed hearings appeal to he the ,rik alternative to halting lie process entirely. IN YOUR GUSTO in protecting student nighe., you are destroyingsonic important ones. Please. Mi.BalanoT. answer these questions too Ihey are a little tougher than the ones sou answered I probably won't agree with your response. but at least show ime you have given this more thought than just what a imce story a trial makes. Simon M Harrison 4AS A few counter points EDITOR: This respons is .'ddressed to Miachaci A. Pyvles I have never read such in immiiature and unrealistic newofthewoldas the one he iresents, 1be more specific. Mr. Pyks oilers six points to lead I henkthrer and happier lift. ('ounterpoint I We tone should only peak for himself) Ire ict here in this institution only to absorb inforinatios. L-earning to nit it Only Ifl incidental proc-sa in getting through this system. 2 tirades aft not relative dilterentighs They are the substance of one's record. they are one's adniuance Or innadmhittance to any professional or graduate school'. 3 I he high ideals you set for every person are tine if nio one cares about how they are going to ,,ake a living. 4 One's life is made and fabricated in college. S Grades are not bestowed. they are earned. b Our system only allows us to be forgiven once Ior any five hour course. Ibis letter is not an adrocationt of cheating, just reniinder that there are sonic 'cry good reasons for it. To look at itsnomne other ways is %inmply unrealistic. John David Kelner 4AS The Independent Florida Alligator hou i11lon Cvontngfl h~n~mwwv --psado Ed 0sglihr 1,-am MIMIl K0Vmdf AS .vfl Udnor THATS fl IGH T ODK aren' EDITOR: Du current pre-reg period. O.D.K. distributing its print on Course and Evaluation. The Colleges of Sciences. Journal, Communications. chitecture and Fine been using the sam, Ihe O.D.K. infc sheet shows ten troni this form, fth trouble. though o D.K. gave thec answers to nine of questions. Only the dealing with ins enthusiasm. happe correct. I den't kn happened. but whoever did this eoi the wrong responses of the other nine. ini sonic cas responses are there what is printed. T question as. "The covered material too the favorable answ students to disagre., the scoring system. high score. W questions got all womehow, some oft evaluations t accurate ring the scores, earned by professors istration .is favorable reactions. were again iiatched with items which ed report score in the other direction. Teacher If any student has wondered how it could be that the Arts and students in a course who snm and thought the professor was nd Arenthusiastic, concerned about Arts have students, intellectually o tornm. stinmulating. etc. coutd. at the irmation 'anme time, think his course questions organization was lousy and overwhelmingly report that h. is that they hated going to class, this wrong is how it happened. the ten I have sonic advice tbr first one, students in Arts and Sciences. troctor's Journalisn, and Conins to be miunicat ions, and Arow how it chitecture and Fine Arts. somehow I'hrow the sheet away; it's no ,ied down help to you. for each I have some advice for (.D.K.: Eoch time thus far es, the these printout shedts have tvcrse of been distributed, they have o such a been filled with errors, instructor although this is the wonst yet. rapidly". Either get on the ball and do Cr 95sfor it right.*or quit'cuttering"u which in the campus with stacks of yields a useless paper. hen the itixed up hene high Joseph S. Vandiver Profrisor, Sociology I e n

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P.,. 30, Th. Indyn4.n. Plodda Alligator, Moa4qy, March 3, 1915 Educational Experience Spend this spring quarter as an exchange student at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida. DEADLINE FOB APPLICATION: MARCH 7 CONTACT: Office of Car negie Rm. 180 Bldg. E (behind Tig Consortium ert Hafl) Phone: 392-2361 / MW/ VIstlIg Daddy. 'Whemycu r, Nev., AMone.' Three iocotlons:t Lanmplighter, Cmn City ond The Alibi. SNURY'S -pub style lunches, imported beer fine win., .njoy our foosSouffy Burgerot30)7 For beer, wine, kegs, ond I c. con,, to GATOS BEVUACS,. fSW I3, St. Open lo om to For something new in a dinner resaumant nry th. pub in ihb. UNIVITY INN, 1901 SW Ifl. Phon. 372-6333,. ISBO A GANDAIs I.wines. che.s, breed., nraft. Mon. So* 7 pm till? Wooden music oil wek Hoppy Hour Mon A FrI 4 guomantned for oil 2300 NW 4 ST. 377.9890 JOfl OWi ho. on .4*. you con? 'riuae Superiwuch specials for DOMINO'S PIZZA -FREE DELIVERY. Eostsld. 376-3317, Compo. 376.2487. W.tsld. 373 241. i 1720 COUNTRy KITCHEN is kno MNrIngQ home COnVy cookingh Bi'.okfost spcol.$125 luc Oigmn.lI Uvesteck M&.k$ N. MI1 372-6219 AeSI GAtOS HAUl -Eot-In. Enoyou fod(ed ber ov win) ony way you wont. 377Was Univ. 376.2139 .vlng homemade soup. sold. sandwiches juice nmooti*e and boked goods Openl iO:05:a lI.4:U0 Sot. w.universioy Av5 37t 0p nFio t '7-46554 *You can have' I a coupon1 page r .------------Cal-36:46 4 AIR HOCKEY POOL TABES{ 8 COLLEGE INN Av GdesvIes1728 W Uni verity B THIS COUPON ENTITLES YOU TO B A FREE GAME ON ANY A PINBALL MACHINE $L I Good any Manday to Thursday and Sunday 7 Dne couo emt per pwsn J FR EE LUBE Repair ON ALL American I Pormlgn Car, SpecIaIzIng in VWa. I AI STNOR D STTIN r --a-----ese ISges m P5a --U' -nF I ---------.---."--------I | You can have' --Call 376-4462I --e-e -a -se I -I -I ANTMONY'S SA~DWIC ROOSt B. ROOSt Pm Ham Past r sin' Corns Be Braunsch, tIES k .4 niger --------------a I ANY FOOD ORDER I I OVER ONE DOLLAR1 WITH THIS COUPON I I I HOMEMADE 'JICTUALS SI IC I $1 50 Tuna S.Ifl 51.0 $1.4 SW,,. Chine $fl I $1.4 American cheese S'S I $135 Chdlflog 5755 $135 ~0MEMADE SOUPS CHILI $120 Soup. du Jour, cup 50. bowl 70 5aan 1.20 Chbll, ruo.5, bowl.75I WI SERVE LIGWT DARK DRAFT ANeDWINE TUEDA3NGH HIEM D LIAN ANTHONY'S Ty co" upo iue ear., .0 us 0 ont 2 chr. sn od 5el Mo.v o .xlon minih yatur ch Mar ch .Rmme I Buy9" m~omb ple at 1.0 pls U pi. hr.an A New ,* TOEWIIN 1Thch Excfan. I FM statons 00 w. ema S

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.0 Pbge IA. Tb. ind.p.,d.oi Flovida Alligotor Monday. M~utI~ 3. I9IS grapples to crown. By GIRlS GARRITY AllIgator Sports Writer Yestertds a club. today a hampIionl Si, yearn ago, the Gators began UI-s wrestling iiadition as a club. Saturday might im Alligator Alley, they emerged a' an SEC chanipin. THE GATORS sion the Lhampifioiship with 114 points, outdistancing Kenphoto by qecrg. kochoniec ir Schneider Atop the SEC ucky. "ho limished second For the Gator w restlers. the a,.ards kept coming and Lommig. First, two Gators, cccaptains rinm Granowttz at 142, and Henry Jackson at 190 "on SEC championships mn their weight classes, then the Gator team, 'as crowned SEC champion. and finally head coach Gary Schneider was named SEC Coach of the h'ar by the other SEC coaches. "IT'S JUST too good to believe that all of this could happen in my first season as coach." said the 23-year-old Schneider rhe Gators placed in nine of 20 '.eight classes, including 1he aso had pstwo wrestlers finish second. freshman Dan Lubell at ISO and Artie Habermann at 126. Senior JetY Davis at 158. Bob Saville at 167. and heavyweight Mark Totten all placed third. For Davis it was the fourth straight year he has finished third, and the second straight year for Totten. MIKE COLLINS at 134 and 177 pounder John Orr took fourth places mn the tournament bor UF. Schneider felt the chances ol the Gators winning the tournament were good until in Worsowic,. the Caters 177-pounder injured his knee a few weeks ago. "WORSOWICZ HAD beaten everyone in the conference and definitely was the man to beat in his weight class," said Schneider"When C im got hurt, I thought our chances were slim that we would win, because I felt we would need at least three champions to win." And after Friday night's first round consolations the coach felt the same way. In lact the coach said, "It's izoing to be tough to finish second.' Rut, then the Gators came back in the second round consolations and won four matches including three pims by Davis. Oit and Totten, and were back in the running,. taking the lead over Kentucky 99-%6. UFP INCREASED its lead after Saturday's third and fourth place bouts when Davis. Saville. and Totten won and Collins and Orr added more points when they finished fourth. "The key to the whole tournament was Saville's match.' Schneider said. "Bobby beat the kid Ifrnm tennessee, who had previously beaten Bobby Friday night. and his win turned us around." KENTUCKY HAD six wrestlers in the finals and still had a shot at the title Saturday night but their hopes died when Granowitz and Jackson won. Tennessee took third place honors with 83.5 points including t wo Buddy Walker Ethan Reeves at was also named wrestler of the champions. at ISO and 158. Reeves outstanding tournament. .run ByRIKADELMAN Alligator Spoils Writ.r. "Ncxt year" has finally comnic After countless frustrating second place finishes, the Gator track team has won the %EC indoor track championship and in the process, crumbled a dynasty. T HE GATORS captured the teamn title '.ith surprising ease, racking up 63%! points compared t runner-lip LSU' total of 39. he lennessee Volunteers. winners of the -" by MIKE SHARPE won triple and long jumps to another indoor crown 10 out of the last II years. had to settle for fourth place with 33%! points, one behind Mississippi State. "It was inevitable." said a jubiliant assistant coach Roy Benson speaking in behalf of head coach Jimmy Carnes who went on a recruiting .hission ininediately following the meet. "W E JUST knew we were going to win. We had the team. The only surprise was the imargin of victory. On paperwe'd figured we'd '.tn by eight points." UF's remarkable freshman. Mike Sharpe. accounted for l4 of the Gators points and was named the meets outstanding athlete as the new champions scored in every event except the DOE-yard run and the shot put. SHARPE WON the long jump on Friday as a repla.'ment for the injured Fletcher Lewis and then came back Saturday to capture first place in the triple jump with a leap of 52'S%" and finish fourth in the 60-yard dash in 6.2 seconds. The IS-year-old winning long jump of 4'" established a new school record, breaking Ron Coleman's 1972 mark by an inch and a half. Sharpe now holds school records in the triple jump. Ion3 Jump. and 60-yard dash, THE GATORf MILE relay team of Beaufont Brown. Horace Tuitt. Noel Gray. and Wimpy Alexander set a conference record of 3:14.6 beating Tennese's 1969 mark of 3. Will Freeman successfully defended his pole sult championship in spectacular fashion. The Gainesville resident had cleared 16'3" along with LSU's Bob Anding but when the bar .as meted up to I66. Freeman missed 'hilt Anding nude the height. FREEMAN THEN elected to mote the bar up to I6'9" and the strategy paid off. Freeman cleared the bar. Anding missed, and the title was secure for another year. Other Cater victories were turned in by the two mile relay team and 880 man Horace Tuitt, who won in 1:5.7. Sophomore Wimpy Alexander came within one-tenth of a second of (0) winner T.D. Orungbemii. Vince Cartier turned in a solid performance as he finished second in the mile run and third in the two mile. ALABAMA'S STEVE Bolt won both events _with times of 4:04.7 and 8:49, respect iv ely. In the high Jump. Gater Steve Ott cleared 6'10" and tied for second place with Le Pallas of Mississippi State. Its Whitehead. also of Mississippi State. won with a leap of 7", breaking the conference record of seven feet set in 1970 by Gator :ion Jourdan. BEAUFORtT BROWN GOT third tn 440 dash and teammate Noel Gray was fourth -s Mississippi State's Evis Jennings set a SEC record of 47.6 seconds. Brown was timed in 48.2 and Gray in 48.4. The 60 high hurdles saw yet another record fall when LSU's Larry Shipp burned a 6.9 in a trial heat, breaking the firmer of 7.1 seconds which was held by LSU's Allen Misher and U F's Heley Rostik. Shipp was victorious in the final heat and Bostic in ished third. "I DON'T THINK I've ever in 12 years of coaching had a more satisfying win." said Benson. "The nicest part about the whole thing was the .ay the guys accepted it. They took it like real gentlemen. When. Tennessee would win. they'd rub your nose in it. Everybody hated ihat." "But 'e dkdn't stoop to their level. Our guyp had class." 'tt U F Champs Jacks an, Granowitz Eviwochnld I' I I 0 Oh, Henry. By LOUIS BRANCACCIO A~Igato. Spoils WrIt. If's easy for a winner to party. So the UP wrestling team and their l90 pound wrestler. Henry Jackson. had no problem. Doth came out winners Saturday night after the SEC championships were concluded in Alligator Alley. "WE'RE GOING TO party." Henry said shortly after his 3-2 win over Alabama's Billy King. "I don't know where but we're going to party anywhere we can." Henry's one-point victory over his Alabama opponent was no party, however, as he fell behind 2-0 with 2:27 to go in the second period. The first period ended in a 0-0 tie. Henry went ahead 2-I with 27 seconds left in the second period on a double leg takedown but his Alabama opponent escaped second. later to knot the score at 2-2 and the second period ended deadlocked. BUT IT ONLY took Henry three seconds to get a one point escape at the *beginning of the third period and the match aided 3-2. "EVERYBODY WAS behind everybody.' he said. With the SEC title itt hand Henry said he will now set his sights on the NCAA championships which will be held in two weeks. All SEC winners compete in the NCA A but Henry did poorly last year because he said he went to the Iounament with the "wrong attitude." "I want to win this year and it's going to take a lot of hard work," he said. Henry %aid if one UF wreSte can place high in the NCAA. the Gaters -s a teats could finish In the top ten. And Henry might jyst be that wrestler

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Lac Gitot %Wimllmers. fUF women swim team tie mnfs wrestling track team as conference pns last weekend by nCifNg second-plact see wo take the theist Women'S ittal ite swimnhing and ving Chamif~Otshlps IWAS the first time in a history of UJF that three 3ty tm captured -gkronce chamiptonships in samc weekend. florid held a commanding I a lead throughout the three dI. event and finished with 47; Points. [ennessee 'as second 'uth 410 tolloi ed by Alabama. LSU and Auburn One of UF's outstandmn 'winmmers. &,rnie Broyles, helped the Gaters in the 400) medley reiay and also took the 50-yard backstroke in a time STHE LADY GATORS' number one diver Marti Davies took first in the threegmeter. Friday mi the onemeter Davies had been nudged out ci first by onetenth of a noint. seorimg he ii 'women tens team ook third place im the F-ornda State mnutational at I allahassec Saturday I he Lady Gators finished with 14 points fir Ihe threeday tournament, just ahead of the l~Ulnersity ot North (tarolna at Chapel RilI's 13 points Rollins College led all the way 'aith 27 points. lollowed by .the University of Miami meno s 2t*5 XSIn he three 1CtL )i tes 'cored 406S5 (II Ii si 'e Cl en nessee a 40aid Bi 11tam who 'co, ed U Fother diver Lynn Ba1et look fifth place with FPei one did very wcll. and Mari lUst dove super." 'aid an elated Lady Galor coach Sue Ilaltacre Haltacrc said plans were m the woiks to hold another 5k. meet next sear, perhaps ih Florida the host * * BONNIE BROYL.ES .took SObackstroke By MARK JOHNSON AllIgptor spe Writs. While UF's wrestlers. rracksters, and swimmers were out winning SEC championships this weekend. the baseball team lost two games to Florida State. 14.0 U F d0w FSL By KEITH CANNON AllIgate. Spflt Writs. The UF Gators claimed their second win of the tennis season Saturday afternoon in I allahassee with a 6-3 victory against the Florida State Seminoles. U F held a 4-2 lead after the singles matches. The Gators' Juan Diaz defeated FSU's Gordon Jones 7-5. 6.4 in No. I singles, Chap Brown (UF) dteteated Jose Schmidt of FSU ('2. 7-S in No. 3 play. The No. ITK flUR AS Sorority Flag Football finals w.ere held last Thur%day. DG won the Orange League against the KAT. 130. OPhIE are the Blue Lague Champions. Both DG and DPhiE are undefeated. Winners of Women's dormitory Flag Football are Broward S.W. 2 and in second place was Jennings 2. I he championship game was held Feb. 25. In men's Fraternity Ho.ling. TX took first place im the Blue Lague and PIL Phi are the Orange Lamue champs. Th. independ.4flwild. Ahigatcr, Mendey, ManI, 3. JUG. Png. 1 or 4, r---------__ ____.--------------, $1 STORE COUPON $1 Offer limited one per customer. I ~OffrdonlfromTudayMtarCh4throg1 Swiday, March 9. Good nfth this coupon oniy. $m C G-g~"2E3~-~~ 1d32 W. UnlvsIy Aveilfl SEC '.'ti 23. Only n. o Gator doubles team,' made it into the final day, and both .were defeated mn there tirst match. Gator nedlers Ester Stahl and Sue Fine '.ere easily defeated by the University of Mianirs duo ot Jody Applebaunm and Diane Armiac. (-1. 6-0. FSU's Hayworth and Sehweppe defeated UF's Sue Figes and Una Keyes. 6-0. 7I,. The singlet comipetitioni "as 'on by Rollii's Raynie Fox with Miami's Jody Applebaumt taking %econd. 'We expected third after Friday s plty.' sald a disappointed Gutor coach Sue Whiddon. "but I had hoped that we could sontehow havc pulled a surprise' Whiddon said that most of the Lady Gater. would nmeet most of' the manic teams again. Ihe UF women's gymnjastics team easily took a 90.3 to @8.5 win over the University of South Cawolina in Florida gymn Saturday. "ie was pleased with the pertbrmanee of her leant overall she had hoped the Lady Gaters would score higher. "4o quahity for A IAW Nationals we need to score at least %6 points, and I was hping we would do it one time belbne we go to the rejionals next week where we have to 'core that high" Phillips explained. .won thrw. meter Lady Phillips Gator Coach Sandy said that although and 6-4. The defeats Caters' record dropped to 0-4,. other two losses coming hands of Stetson weekend. IN FSU nabb the their at the last SUNDAY'S CONTEST, 's Randy Davidson Se linm Shulotk's twowin,' 6-3 4 singles wittner was UI's John Kunnen, who edged the Seminoles' Enrique Andrade 7-5. 6-4. And in No. S singles,. the Gators took an easy decision. as Jim Gescher stopped Andre Cantin 6-2, 60. FSU WON in No. 2 singles,. where Cmiv Rothwell downed UF's Dave Pressly 6-4, 6-2. Dave Calvert of FSU had to go to three sets before taking a No. S singles match against the Gaters' Mike BornIng. 6-3,. 4-6. 6-2. Doubles competition saw the Gators nail down the ~ictory by taking two ol three matches. Dinz and Pressly defeated FSU's No. I combination of Schmidt and Calvert 7-5. 4-6. 6-2. The No. 3 match went to Kunnen and OeschertU F).,6-3, 6-3 against Andrade and Cantin. JONES AND ROTH WELL bested UF's Brown and Boding by the same score. The Giators are now 2-0 w ith the victory; they will travel Monday afternoon to Valdosta. Ga,. to make up an earlier rainout against Valdosta State College. The loss dropped FSU's record to I-I. out, bases-loaded line drive in the ninth inning to preserve the Seminole victory. On Saturday. the three-hit pitching of Danny O'lrien lor seven and a third innings was mote than FSU needed to roll over the Giatort, Gulillermo Bonilla's four hits and three RBI's paced the Semlnoles IS hit attack. hoer an :eeTbem three hits and three runs added to the massacre. ERRORS DY UP'S Rogpr Heft. John Ceriese, and i.B. Caidwell allowed FSU to scorw four uncarned runs. Starting and losing pitcher John Chappell was bombed for six earned rims otn nine hits in just over five innings pitched. Mike McCarthy, replacing Chappel., gave up sit more runs on only there hits, two of the runs being unearned. The team looked equally as disappointing on otfense as they did ott defense. Sixteen UP battery struck out, 14 at the hands of O'Brden, and no hitter collected more than one hit. ON SLNDAY, freshman pitcher Craig Pippin allowed 'even walks and three wild pitches in losing his second contest of the season. Olhinsively. the Semninoics were paced by junior catcher Wayne Mears. A junior college All-American last year, Mca. had a double, a two-run home rutand scored two runs. The Gators hit the road once again on Tuesday for a game with St. Leo before returning home Wednesday tofacethesametuani at home on Wednesday. Swimmers win S M Baseball team drops two to Florida State net ters

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Pg*1b IAhIndependen*Rod Ailgoor. Monday, March 3. l97 Gators bow to Alabama By ANDY NEWMAN Allior Staff Writer I USCALOOSA, -An emotionally I )V, to the pow.erful Alabama Crnmson ride. I he Gators. who last Monday had b Kentucky. never had a chance against high Florida basketball leanm came down Saturday night 'utfering a I00.75 eaten fourth-r an Alabama looking hor itb first SEC championship in 20 years. Al~ scored the gone's tirst lour points and from then on It t.ild Ida% as Alahamia players exhibited their finesse tans in spacious Memorial Coliseum. "hI THOUGHT 'ec played dao, (nach .John Lour said. "We '.ere mult UF. iiow $in "We weren't ty ol emc heat by a great club. SEC play an d ; wo pOmft5 im~idway through the (aldwell layed one up underneath 2It mserall. pulled lirsi half when anked lean, abama '.as a before tin." d A it hin Bruno But Alabama countered ,Ifld wMth 1he siuperb play {>f Leon Douglas, who led all scorers w uth 26 pomus, T.R. Dunn and Charles Cleveland n'ounted a hijg lead. UJF was down 14 points when the Giators took a rest at half. It any UF players thought that the Tide would recede they lound our otherwise in the second half "I CAN'T believe the way their secondd team played.' Letz said. "They played with so much enthusiasm-like it was the game of their life. "They never once let up. was wrong in that statement. With 4:23 Alabama led by 34 points. 91-57 and it was only a matter of a low more buckets before the century mark was reached. UF SENSED the opposition's desire bought bitterly,. but the Alabama crow to go over d gave thi l ean, a standing ovation when Muard Johnny Dill socred the team's (O0h point just before the buzzer. Chip Williams and Caldwel led UF with 16 points a piece and Al Bonnet canme olfthe bench to score 12. UF hit 32 of 70 hield goals for a 44.3 per cent average and made I 3 of I 4 tree throws for glittering 92.9 per cent. Next Saturday. UP travels to Nashville. Tenn. to tangle with Vanderbilt in the Gators last game of the season, a game which Lotz feels will be played solely on pride. E -Ima.A.C 30 i -'s ImOfl DAY I/:0 SOUTHERN STANDARD TIM PRIOR SERVICE MENWOMEN & NON. PRIOR SERVICE APPLICANTS Some of your classmates have joined us LOCAL U.S. AR MY RESERVE UNITS p_ EI I A IN *1 I i F 1125 NC Sith Avenue Tai yrournelven in sonar of Ike heifer Ihiangs willa Ihe monsar you'll earn Lira w ing record M iami area 'BUMPING'' MONDAi S0c DOOR (except premium crowds at 747 out of the for 7 weeks. A to get you all week long. YIs 4 BIT-NITE -S5c ALL DRINK bands and 2 liquor drinks) Dub's dres. code now In effect A' f (A Ll 372-2578 (or dietaiLs It Pays Brmi'e Ce.rm R e ruiher p a Ala. "9 Lotz phto by ondy newman WILLIASAND SHY LOSEREBOUNDOTO'BAMA .on route to worse loss of toe season piece group i [HURRY! ONL DAYS LEFT! YAHIAMA t/f GUIT ARS 20 OFF Eacknew gulora adjos.d for low string height and .osy fingering FiEE Insson wit .vry 511 N. MMNI LEESONS